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THE AlBUdUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9,1911.
"SEVEN ItlHMtMHIIMMIIIMHIIIIII, 1 FINANCE ID COmf.lERCE j HHiim"'""iimmmmwj Wall Street New Tork, Dev. 8. The declining tendency of stocks was again appar ent today. The most severe losses of the week were inflicted during a sharp attack by the bears. A reac tion later in the session reduced the declines largely and many of the favorite issues closed only a fraction off on the day. Union Pacific r.t Its low price today was 5 1-2 points below Monday's opening. Others of the standard Imucs showed losses of throe to five points. The most spirited bear attack came shortly before noon and was attrib uted to publication of an Interview ith Frank V. Vanderlip which was regarded as decidedly pessimistic. After expressing the opinion that the outlook for business was the most serious in years he Rave as the under lying cause "the chaotic situation re sulting from the attempt to adjust business to d law'' which he said hud brought about a disturbed state of mind among business men generally. Mr. Vanderlip's utterances derived the greater emphasis from being mitde at a time when there is a widespread ,ciiviction that the main depression is being relieved. Uw money rates have not been ef fective in stopping the outflow of pold us small shipments were made today to Canada and South America. Known movements of money during the week indicate a loss In cash by the banks of between $4,000,00') and $5,000,000. The copper producers statement for November Issued today, wn more faiorable than had been expected, both as regards the refinery output during the month and the deliveries which were reflected In a decrease in stmks of more than 23,000,001) pounds. The production fell to the smallest monthly refinery out-turn re ported since February. Domestic de liveries were the largest since Janu ary of 1910. and exports the heaviest since last June. Lute In the day one of the large selling agencies advanced the price of the metal to 1 13.37 1-2. the highest of the movement. These Influences were reflected In a vigor ous up-turn of coppr stocks. Closing stocks: Allis Chalmers pfd Amalgamated Copper . . . American Agricultural American Heet Sugar .... American Can American Car & Foundry American Cotton Oil Am. Hide & leather pfd, ... 8 'i ... 60 64 ... 52i ... 19 52 43 3 20 'tl 23 a IS ... 8i American Ice Securities American Linseed American Locomotive American Smelting & Ref'g 33 '4 do. pfd ...10,! ft Am. Steel Foundries 32 American Sugar Refining 11 414 American Tel. & Tel 138V American Tobacco pfd 101 American Woolen 26 Anaconda Mining Co 37 Atchison 16 do. pfd 103 Atlantic Coast Lino 135 4 Raltimore & Ohio 100 H Jlcthlehem Steel 284 fUrooklvn Rapid Transit Co. .. 75 '4 .Vumidlan Pacific 237 U Central Leath 1IT do. pfd 2 Central of Now Jersey . .295W820 Chesapeake & Ohio 714 Chicago & Alton 24W28 Chicago (Sreat Western 14 do. pfd 35 Chicago & North Western ....142 Chicago, Mil. & St. Paul 10 C C, C. & St. Louis .... 5908 Colorado Fuel A Iron 25 Colorado & Southern .... 47 50 Consolidated Gas 137 U Corn Products 104 Delaware & Hudson IBB Denver & Rio Grande 20 14 do. pfd 4 3V4 Distillers' Securities 31 Krte 2014 do. 1st. pfd tiOH do. 2nd. pfd 4 ("Si General Electric 151 Great Northern (ire Ctl's . 3! Illinois Central 140 Interborough-Met 1414 do. : I'd 4 J Inter Harvester 105 Inter-Marine pfd 16 International Paper 9 International Pump 23 Iowa Central 1" Kansas City Southern 28 do. pfd '; 64 Laclede Gas Louisville & Nashville ........155 Minneapolis & St. Louis .... 32,35 Minn., St. P. & Sault Ste. M. . .131 Missouri, Kansas & Texas .... 29 do. pfd 62 65 4 Missouri Pacific 38 National Biscuit 137 National Lead 49 Nat l. Rys. of Mexico, 2nd. pfd. 23 New York Central 105 4 Norfolk & Western 106 4 North American 72 Northern Pacific 116 Pacific Mail . ( 4 Pennsylvania 1214 People's Uas 103 Pittsburg, C. C. & St. Louis .. 94 4 Pittsburg Conl 17 Pressed Steel Car . Pullman Palace Cur., Hallway Steel Spring Bonding . . Republic Steel . . . . . do. pfd Rock Island Co . 32 .158 . SO .147 , 22 4 8 IV 23 4 45 4 do. pfd. St. Louis & San. Fran. 2nd. pfd. 40 4 St. Louis Southwestern .... 29 32 do. pfd 701i Rloss Sheffield Steel and Iron . 38 Southern Pacific ";,,U0 Southern Railway 4 do. pfd. 70 Tennessee Copper 344 Texas & Pacific 22 Toledo, St. Louis & West 14 do. pfd , 37 Union Pacific .. . ....... .70 do. pfd 92 1'nited States Realty 67 4 United States Rubber 45- United States Steel 61 do. plil ..109 Utah Copper 4 8-T4 Virginia Carolina Chemical .. 52 Wabash 7 do. pfd 19 M'esfcrn Maryland 60 Wcstinhouse Electric 64 Western Union '" Wheeling & Lake fcrlo 4 4 Lehigh Valley 176 4 Total sales for the day 485,100 shares. Bonds ..were generally houvy.. Wa lsh 4's made a good recovery. To tal sales, par value, $3,203,000. United States 2'h coupon declined 1-4 and the 2 and. i'a roglstvrcd 1-8 on cull., ,,. , , . .i.., h n " ' 1 - "-'' - Boston Mining Stocks. , Allow 33 4 Amalgamated Copper 60 4 Am'n. Zinc Lead Sm, . . 24 4 Arizona Commercial 20 Uus. & Curb Cop. & Sll. Mb'. ... . Butte Coalition li Calumet & Arisona, ex-iliv. .. Calumet Hecla 3S Centenni-il 114 Copper Range Con. Co. ex-div. 60 Kast Hutte Cop. Mine 11 Franklin Oiroux Consolidated tlranby Consolidated Ureene Cananea Isle Hoyalle (Copper) Kerr Lake Lake Copper 1a Salle Copner Miami Conpcr Mohawk Nevada Consolidated, ex-div. Nlplssing Mines North Butte North Lake Old Dominion scol.i Parrott (Silver & Cop.) . . . : . (Juincy, ex-div Shannon Su pertor Superior & lioston Min. . Tamarack V. S. Sin. Kef. Min do. pfd I'tah Consolidated I'tah Copper Co., ex-dix. ... Winona Wolverine 31 5-l . . :3 .. :h .. m .. 2 .. 32'j . . 5 - 1 . . 1 7 Ti .. T'i .. 24 N .. r,i, .. 4.1 ... ti ... 11 . . (4 .. si ... 2r .. s; . . . 25 .. 34 ... ;. ... 11. . . . 4SS . . 5 .. 8S Chicago Board of Trade. Chicago, Dec. S. Storms damaging crops in the Argentine had a bullish effect today on the market lor wheat. The close here was firm with rlcs varylig from Jthe same, ias last night to l-4'u3-Kc above. Corn showed a net decline of 1-4 CI -2c and eats l-4tf8-8e. In hog products the close was irregular, ranging from 2 l-2c loss to 2 l-2fu 5c gain. Despite the appearance of strength in wheat near the end of the day, the market most of the time prevlom' bad leaning to the bear side. An tpenlng advance, due In part to a bullish construction of the govern' ment report, was met by a good deal I of selling pressure from speculators wno seizeu wie opportunity 10 no short, "thi result from tile decline brought out much long wheat, the property of owners discouraged by a cut In the price of flour and by news of the shutting down of two mills at Minneapolis owing to lack of ship ping orders. An increase of 1,650. 000 bushels In Gie stock of wheat on hand at that, city, as compared with a week ago, had something to do with the pessimism which prevailed until late advices confirmed re ports of Injured prospects for the Argentine harvest. May fluctuated from 96 1-4 to 97 5-Sc, with last sales 1-8 fni l-4c up at 97 3-8o. Wet weather ma do corn rule higher at first but free offerings from the country brought about, a feeling of weakness. May swung from 62 1- to 63 l-4c, closing Fteady at 62 3-4c, a loss of l-4c net. Cash grades were tn slow demand. No. 2 yellow was not uuoted. The oats market took Its color mainly from corn and suffered ac cording. Top and bottom figures for the latter month were 49 1-MH49 1-4 and 48 5-8c, with the close at 48 3-4c,' a loss of l-4e from last night. Firmness at the yards spread to the provision pit but the consequent ad vance led to considerable realizing end some reaction. In the end pork was unchanged to 1 l-2c down, other products exhibiting a gain of 2 1-2 to 5e, : . The Metal Markets. New York, Dec. 8. Standard cop. per firm but quiet; spot, $12.65(o) 13.00; December, $12.70'!' 13.00; January, J12.75 if 13.12 1-2; February and March, $12. SOCo) 13.12 1-2. London firm, spot, 58, 18n. ltd. Futures. 59. 13s, 9d. Arrivals reported at New York today, 360 tons. Custom house returns show exports of 8,641 tons so far this month. Uike copper $13.12 1-21 1 3.37 1-2; electrolytic, $13.12 1-2 ftu 13.37 1-2; casting $12.37 1-2CI 13.00. Lead, quiet; $4. 40 it) 4.50 Now lYork; $4.304.5 Kast St. Louis. London, 15, 15s. Spelter, weak; $6.25W.35: New York: $6.00(?fB.20 Knst St. Louis. Lon don. 26. 17s, 6d. Antimony, dull; CookEon's, $7.7". Bur silver, 55 l-2e; Mexican dol lars, 46 1-20 St. IhiIh Speller. Louis. Dec 8. Lead, steady; 1-2; spelter, lower, $6.25. St $4.3 St. Louis Wool. St. Louis, Dec. S. Wool, steady; medium grades, combing and cloth ing, 2l(fi21 l-2c; light, lino, 15(ful9c; heavy, fine. 1315c; tuli washed, 27 B30e. Dun's Weekly Review. New York, Dec. 8. II. O. Dun & Co.'s Weekly Review of Trade tomor row will say: Recent irains In the lending Indus tries and trades nra maintained. Re tnll nceonnt ntirtlcularly for the holidays Is expanded by the generally favorable weather but jobbing W aninfu'hnt nuictcr. The year draws to a close with steel production at Pltlshurg equal to that of any' previous time this year, local olnte and steel burs plants op. prating 8J per cent of capacity. Fur ther substantial purchases 01 pi4 " emphasizes the recent favorable turn neral tundltions. Activity has been tironounced In nil markets of late especially in foundry goons. 1 mills are resuming with contracts on hand for about 60 per cent or capac ity. The copper situation continuehs strong. , . The print cloth and fine plain goods markets are Irregular and dupli cate, orders for wash fabrics are hard to secure Kxport trade with miscellaneous ports Is good and a sale of standard drills has .been niado lor India ship ment. Red Sea, buyers arc making Inquiry but no business Is possible with China because of disturbed con ditions In that country. Most footwear manufacturers ire actively employed, with a good volume of contracts in reserve. The more seasonable weather has helped trade, particularly In heavy-weights. 1 rada In leather continues quiet. Country hides declined i wirier and buffs have been sold down to :1J l-4o. Boston Wool Market. Poslon. Dec. 8. The Commercial Rulletin will ny of the wool market tomorrow: , , Sales of fleeces have been mnUu this week Ut uu advance of. u halt cent The Journal Warat Colominis IF FGR SALE. $1600.00 Modern, well located. three large rooms, closets, large pantry. screened porch, neat and in splen did condition. Lar;e bath room, lot 25x1 12. Good outbuildings. $4000.00 Six-room, new bungalow, 4th ward. $4009.00 Seven-room, modern, with all conveniences. See It. $3000.00 I'.eautiful home on Tijeraa avenue, lawn and shade. $2600.00 Six-room modern brick, 4th ward. $2100.00 Six-room, modern frame. Highlands. $2100.00 Six-room modern, 4th ward. tm ki:nt. 13.00 7-room mHlorn, Iligh- lands. 23.00 5-room modern brick, 4th ward. 12.00 4-room cottage, West Cen tral; good condition. 17.00 4-room modern brick, close in. 6.00 4-room adobe, near Moun tain road. S.00 3 -room cottage, near brew ery. 25.00 9 rooms, second floor, modern, close in. JOIIV M. MOOUK KKALTY CO. FIRE INSURANCE, KKM, KNTATE. LOAN'S AND ABSTRACTS. 214 West Oild Are. riutnA 10. on quarter blood Ohlos, while other grades have been strengthened. The chief feature of Interest In the domes tic market has been the taking of a sizable line of staple Montana nt within a half cent of dealers asking juices after 11 lengths- deadlock be tween buyers and sellers. The Livestock Markets. Chicago Livestock. Chicago, Dec. 8. Cattle Receipts 2,000; market strong. Peeves, $5.G50 9.23; Texas steers, $4.10 Si 5.73; west ern steers, $4.40(ji 7.25; Blockers and feeders, $3.00ii 5.80;; cows and heif er. $2.00 $f 5.90; calves, $5.50 fr 8.25. Hogs Receipts. 20.000; market steady to a shade higher. Light. $5.55 i 6.20 : mixed, $$.. 1 i (i.3o; heavy, $5.85Sffi.37 1-2; rough. $5.85 (ii 6.0.", good to choice heavy. $ti.05fu 6.37 1-2; pigs, $4.00fri'5.4O; bulk of sales, $0.00 (aifi.25. Sheep Receipts; 14,000; market steady to strong. Native. $2.65 4ji 4.15; western, $2. 80ft 4.10: yearlings, $4.25 di5.80; lambs, native, $3.75 ft 6.25; western, $4.25 j K.25. Kuiitas City Livestock. Kansas City, Dec, 8. Cuttle ceipts, 1,000, including 100 Re-soulh- ems; market strong. Native steers, $3.25W9.00; southern steer $1.25fo 6.50; southern cows and heifers, $3.00 C 4.50 ; native cows and heifers, $2.75 lit 7.00; stockers and feedors, $1.00 dt'5.75; bulls,, $3.5015.00; calves, $4. 50. 'U N. 00; western steers, $4.50 (tf 6.50; western cows, $3.00ti B.00. Hogs Receipts, 9,000; market steady to 5c higher. Hulk of sales, $5.80 ift 6.00; heavy, $.25 di' 6.35; packers and butchers, $6.00 iff 6.30; lights, $5.70516.30; pigs, $4.00 m 5.00, Sheep Receipts, 5,000; market steady. Muttons, $3.00 fir 4.00; lambs, $4.25 (fO fi.00; range wethers and year lings, $3,255( 5.00; range ev.es, $2.00 4.00. There Is little danger rrom a cold or from an attack of the grip except when followed by pneumonia, and this never happens when Chamber Iain's Cough Remedy Is used. This remedy has won Its g.'eut reputation and extensive sale by its remarkable cures of colds and grip and can bp relied upon with Implicit confldenc For gale by all dealers. Results Prom Journal Want Ads LEGAL NOTICES Washington, U. C, September 5, 1911. Sealed bids marked outside Tld for tlmbor on Sitgrcaves Apache Na tional Forest, Arizona," and addressed to Forester, Forest Service, Washing ton, D. C, or "Bid for timber Fort Apache Indian Reservation, Arizona," d addressed to Commissioner of In dian Affairs, Washington, D. C. will be received until 12 o'clock Noon, Eastern time, January 25, 1912, for the purchase and removal of all mer chantable (load timber standing or fal len and all the. live timber that may about 200,000 acres locuted approxl be marked for cutting by the officer In charge on a designated area, of mately within Ts. 8, 9, and 10 N R. 23 K.; Ts. 8, 9, and 10 N., R. 24 B.; Ts. 7, 8, 9 and 10 N.. R. 25 K.; Ts. 7, 8, and 9 N R. 26 E.; Ts. 8 and 9 tin n. 27 E. Gila and Salt River Me- rldlan; and bounded on the west by an approximate north and south itna extending from the northern limit of yellow pine through Porter Mountain and Blue Ridge to the rim of Cordu roy Canyon; thence SB to Cooley Mountain and East along the rim of the North Fork of White River and 6nake Creek Canyon to tho boundarj of the Apache National Forest; thence KB Including tbe timber west and north of Sheep Springs and north of Apache Ranger Station and Fish Creek to the top of the Bteep slope facing northeast extending toward the Little Colorado Siver; thence north west along tho top of this elope to the Cerro Trlgo Range, to tho north ern llin't of yellow pine and west to the point of starting, within the Slt grcaves and Apache National For ests, -hereinafter cal'ed National For ests, and portions of that part of the Fort Apache Indian Reservation with In th0 Fltgroavcs National Forest In dicated In the rresident a Proclama- tione of March 2. 1909. and Aug. 24, 1910, hereinafter sailed Indian Reser vation, estimated to, be approximate ly 675,000,000 feet of western , yellow pine, 15,000,000 feet Douglas . fir, 6, 500,000 feet white fir, 1,500,000 feet Englemann Spruce, 1,000,000 feet Mexican white pine, and 1,000,000 foot Hue tpruco und. cork bark fir, YOU HAVE A WANT TELL IT THROUGH THE JOURNAL PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS MU.NKT TO LO W on ruraltur. IU. Uicana, Hon, W.tor. an.t hr Ch.it.l.; also oa iaiar i and WinhKUM Hc'pta aa vm aa I IK", and a high a. IU. Loan, ara lukfcly maila and atrlctly rlt. Tim. T.r month to oaa Tar ftv.a. Omnia ta ra mln In jour poaMal.a Our ntw an ruunatla. Call and ra aa aaf.w awe rvwtn. Kiaam.hip tlck.u to aa from all i.rf. of th. world. TUB HOCSkHOLD IOA CMrJt i - s aiul 4, nil Ilia., OIKK'KS. OPEN ENINUS. f.V4 Wrt 'Miirt FOR SALE. $;;S0 7-room fram bath, furnish ed, corner lot, mood barn. So. Arno. Illimi 4-room frame, good lot. city water, N. 8th st. $600 cash, bal ane 8 per cent. $3t000 beautiful four-room, modem bungalow, hardwood floors, fire places, large lot, good thnde. 11,900 4-room britk and 5-room frame, both on lot 50x142. High lands, close In; 1900 cash; balance 8 per cent. $400o -room, up-to-date rmngalow, sleeping porch, hardwood floors. N. 11th St. $1600 b-room frame, lawn trees. In Highlands, on. ear line. $4500 7-room, stucco residence, modern, steam heat, lot 75x141. lawn, good outbuildings, close In. MONET TO MN 1HIR INSI HANTE A. FLEISCHER 111 South Fourth Street, Ptiono 417 1. Next to New INistofflce CENTRAL ESI K)Y MENT. 219 V. Silver. rhone 351. WANTED Teamsters, laborers, wo man cook, foreman for rock work; waitress, $30 per month, room and board. WAN T ED A inarTto milk cows. The Matthews Dairy. 210 AV. Silver. Rhone 354. WANTED Teamsters. WANTED Woman to do washing by bundle or dozen. '221 South Edith. WANTED Uood'uook with referen ces, Y. M. C. A., 315 So. Third. . WANTED Stenographer with some experience In bookkeeping for Chns. 1 If oliT Co., 'S.intH Rosa, N. Jl. Apply at Las Veitnd blfloe.J JNANTED- WANTEl-roBitlon as cook or pluln sewing. Rox 77, Journal. WANTED Position as house girl. No lUjUndryj.or sickAddress X. Y. Z., Journal. YuUNQ lady iksiiks poritioii as litCOogra (JJiVr ir J, dice uiBslstunt. Address Y W. C. A. V A NTED-v-osit joi) by young ady. Elrt fltenogrtiplTer, 'Wiokkeeper, bill clerk. Seven years experience. Address S. 11.. JoWnal. WANTED Position by lady either chamber work or housework. No objection to widower's family. Ad- ress M, R., Journal. A COMPETENT, rcllablo and honest office man with the best of refer ences us to honesty and ability to fill any office position, A married man with family and a long" time resident of Albuquerque. It Is Imperative that he obtain employment immediately, Is willing to accept any office posi tion that will enable him to provide for his family. Address "Uffica," Morning Journal. WA NTED Young married man wants position. '.Experienced In real-estate business. Also soliciting and collect ing. A. O. Zilimicriiiaii, 410 South Edith St. . WANTED Rooms. OKNTLEMAN and wil'o want suite of throo rooms nicely furnished for housekeeping. Must bo c'os I'b have gas range and be reasonable. Ad dress Permanent, care Journal. WANTED Rooms, board with pri vate family, Stuto particulars. Write K, Journal, YOITNO LADY here for her health. No Invalid, wants rooms, board with private nursis F, Journal. boarl measure of saw and tie timber log scale more or less. In approxi mately equal amount on the National Forests and tho Indian Reservation. Beparate bids and contracts must be made for the timber upon the National Forests and that upon the Indian Reservation. The maximum period of each contract shall be ten njiiM after the beginning of the cut ting period ss provided for In the reg ulations. No bids of less than two dol lars and. fifty cents per thousand feet board measure for the) first five yearn ot each contract and three dollars per thousand feet board measure for the second five years of each contract will be considered. Each bid must be sub. mitted In duplicate. With each bid for timber on National Forests a de posit of five thousand dollars must be made with the First National Bank of Albuquerque, New Mexico, and with each bid for timber on the Indian Reservation certified check on a sol vent Natlonnl Hank In the sum of five thousand dollars und drawn In favor of the Commissioner of Indian Affair must be submitted. Timber upon val id claims Is exempted from sale. The right to waive technical defects In ad vertisements and bids and to reject any and all bids Is reserved. The tlm ber must be cut and removed under regulations, copies of which with fur ther information and blank bid form may be obtained from the District Forester, Albuquerque, Now Mexico. the Forester of the Forest Hcrvlce or the Commissioner 'of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C ' Samuel Adams. Acting Secretary of the Interior. W. M. Hays, Acting Secretary of Agriculture. Scot, 5. 1911. . . i . . E room trick. Good barn; trees, lawn. etc. Good location on South Itroadway and can buy on easy terms. Let us show it to you. FIRE INSURANCE LOANS Porterfield Co. 216 West Gold t cuts Slake Dime. You wife can save dollars where you can't sa dimes. Hho has want ed a home ever since she was mar ried. Make her happy for Christmas, tiive her a contract to two of those beautiful West End lots (13th. 14th. lth nt reels 1. She will pay for them tlf given the chance 1, and you will never know the difference. Oood neighborhood, nice homes, close to car lues. "Let us show you." THAXTON & CO., . 211 W, Cold. rhone 657. EOU SALE Bargains In farm lands and city property. FOR RENT. roomed house, $20 per month. FOK EXC1LNGE. Farm lands foe city property. City property for farm lands. Income property for residence, NEW STATE KEAtTV CO--lXlt I'ROSIPT RESl'LTS" Suite 5, N. T. Armljo llldtf. Phono 717. JJR Room FOR RENT Sanitary and moders rooms, Rio Grande, 519 W, Central, FOR RENT Furnished rooms; mod ern; no sick. Apply 60S V W Central. FOR RENT Roums In private house, modern, well furnished with bourd, no sick. Phono 1699 W. FOR RENT--'i'tirnisne,i rooms, steam hented. 703 West Silver. FOR RENT Newly llirnisucd rooms with board, for gentlemen only; hoinejiking. 7ntlNi2th St: Foit RENT pleasant sunny room. 212 N. IllghSt. Foil RENT '2 nicely "tiriilshed rtioms for light housekeeping, hath gas, electric light, telephone 14 3 (1 J. 508 So. 5th. FOR WELL PEOPLE Sunny cham bers, wvll furnished. 424 U. Edith sL FOR R E NT furnished. -618 W. Marquettu avo.; SVY P. Metcnlf. FOR RENT Room with private en trance; for lady or gentleman, 517 W, Roma ave. FOR RENT Five rooms, ttnfurn iHhcd, for rent; modern conven iences. Apply 215 W. Marquette Ave. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, sleep ing porches; in all parts of tho city and at all prices. Call at Roomers' Exchange, 207 W. Oold Ave. FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms for light housekeeping, "ground floor" modern, very reasonable. 411 N. 8th. FOIlRK.Vf Nicely liitnishcd Hunt room, private entrance, business woman preferred. fiOIl N. 2nd Mt. FOR SALE Old established drug Htore. On Invoice for cash only. Write Rox 558.. P O . ( My. FOR HALE Th Home Restaurant. The reason for selling, other busi ness Interests, No. 205 West Oold. Fo7tSATH A bargain 7i)oddrug business, only ouu In city, stock, fixtures and building. Address Hale I. L"t.JWJ!bu;d,N.M.. FORSALE OR LEASE The Now Optic Hotel; newly renovated and refurnished; steam heat, hot and cold wnter; Is on good paying basis. Write S. O. Hill,KiiRt Las Vegas. N.M: LT6PKk Won!) Inserting elasslflpd ads In 36 leading papers In the 17. 8. Send for list. The Dnke Ad vertising; Agency, 43J Main St., Los An gel oa, or 12 Oaary St, San Fran- Cisco. ' FOR RENl35!!iil95L, FOR RENT 1004 Forester avenue, S room brick house, with larg sleeping porch. Inquire Edward Frank, nt 314 N. 11th st. Foil RENT Four room modern furnished bouse, $211 per month. W. Futl'elle, I 14 West Conl, .. FOR RENT Several new, modern 8 room houses. Heated, Gas ranges In kitchens; furnished or unfurnish ed. Apply A. W. Anson. 823 North Fourth sti-ppt. Open Sundays. FOR RENT Apartments. iirim.,11, looms 111 tiituil 0tinUlu ApplyD.A. Macpnerson. journal. Fo'if-RENT Modern furnished and housekeeping rooms, week or month. W-stnilnster, Phone 1073 FOR RENT Choice room apart ments; strictly modern; steam heat. Opposite park. Paul Teutscli. 3, Grant Klock. """'"SADDLE HORSES (iRANNIR RIDING SCHOOL, First Class Riding Horses Phone 1030. 114 W. Silver. GOOD i CHEAP STORAGE. WANTED fi.noa aoiMhod (ooda ata.. l.rd utoly at runt!a raua Ad nima Mil. Phona Mt). Th. Iwurllj WwkNM aad lraptoaiat Co. CMdoaa. r...m. I and . Ur.nt block. Third atnat and CMral imw. FOR SALE Real Estate. 3- room house furnished; nearly ne. mo. 4- room house, nearly new, $1200. 5- room house, modern, clone in, $1, 6 00. -room house on North 4th. $3200. -room house, modern, $3200. S-room house, close in, $4,000. 10-room house, easy terms. Md'LI'(llN DEXTER, 3I V. CeiitraL " ilt SALE Ten-room modern brick dwelling in Helen. N. M. Lots lit 14!. or will exchange for Albunuergue residence property. F. 1 Walrath Helen. N. M, IXHt KALI' A LINE HOME. 5-riHiin, modern house. 2 sleeping porches, cement eellcr. good harn and H-1 -s.M4t i- 1ub ipuj :iuoo .u HJ'i bv 142. $1,000.00 cash will han dle It. Phone 3!s. .. II. PEAK. 801 Veit :olil. AlliuiliK ruue.NM. ,,lirlT r.AKMs, FOR BALK Two fruit farms, 110 nd 4T seres, respectively. Title U S. patent and Irrigation right. Fully ,i,o,i.,i Kiih huailnir system. F01 particulars address F. I Walrath, Hln. N. M. FOR RENT Oil K.U.E acre lin urnvn.i mneh ncrea In alfalfa, tin der ditch, re:t under cultivation. Ad dress c. W Journal. KiiUHAI.E A 5-acre ranch 1-2 tiulo from town: aood improvements. ! Call 717 rt. th. I FOfTirilTHOUSES ! FOR SALH OR EXCHANGE For small ranch near city. Seven : room house and bath, nearly new; i shade tind fruit trees, chicken houses land yards. Lot 50x142 feet. Price : $2,400. lmiulre 604 West Marble : ave. FOR SALE Whole, or part ien lota new three-room house, sleeplnt norch. Easy walking distance. Ideal for health seeker. 140J N'.rth Sec nnd. FOR BALK Four-room house,, biggest bargain In city. 1002 N 4th St. Phone 1194. FOR SALE Livestock, Poultry FOR SALE Jersey bull, 21 months old. Enquire 424 N. 12th. FOH SALE Pure-blood lu-ns. chick . ens, cockerel and rooHters,, N. W. Alger. FO 1 1 SALE One mule, 3 years old well broken; also black Minorca chickens. Imnilrf, llrown Ranch. FOH K,LE Wagon team and har ncss. Also one rubber tire top bug gy. A bargain for iiulck sale In (iilre G33 S. Urondway, FOR SALE Uood sound pony, bug gy, harness, saddle. 15 hens. Must sell. ' Apply K05 So. High, FOR SALE Miscellaneous. Underwood Typewriter Co.. 121 W Odd ave Phrno144 Foit SALIC Sewing machine and Orumaphone and a few household goods, price reasonable 001 8. Ilroadwiiy, FOR SALE- 10 pounUb honuv for $1 delivered. Ouv Sumner, Bo 65 or phone 1558 W. FOR SALE Flv passenger automo bile In good order. Cash or pay menu. W. Futrello, 114 West Coal. FOR SALE A "Sterling" "uprlgrv concert grand pluno; a fine instru ment. Inquire Oram! Central Hot'1-, FOR KALE Flue silver plated cor net, nearly new or will trade for Vietrola. Adi!resjIfi..Tjiirrnal, Vol S A T. E Fine Hallett and DhvIs pluno. 212 N. High St. FOR SALE Fruit trees, grape vines und shrubbery, at 50 cents on tho dollar. O, K. Transfer, 813-S15 West Silver. KX4'RAC'FeO HONEY, -II). can fol $5; 10-lb. pall for $1; beeswax, I5c a lb, P. O. Ilox 202; phone 1287J. W. P. Allen. Albuouerque, N. M. NYALvTITv i:n1tl:a i"vTolt. Dry form, Is a reliable remedy for biliousness, constipation, sick head ache, Indigestion and torpidity of tho liver. A good laxative in malarial con ditions. Price 25c, or by mall, 30c In stumps. Ail Nyal Family Remedies are for sale by John J. Hamilton, druggist. 901 8. 3d St.. Alliuuuerqufl. N, M. WANTED Miscellaneous. KMHROIDERY. hemstitching and any kind of hnnd work done reo soiinbly. Photic 1HIH. WANTED Laundry to do at home fide a dozen for family washing. Hul- Isfaetlon guaranteed. Plume 132 W, 'WANTED To lease smull newspap er and job printing establishment In New Mexico. Address P. O .Rox No. 3,'t, Albuquerque, M W A NT ED I'iirty" with 2 -seat d rig to tako 'i ladies driving 4 or 5 afternoons a week. Call 629 So. Arno. W. A. fJO FT CARPFir CLE A VINO. lin r8. 205 10. (Vmlml At FOR SALE Furniture. FOR SALE Two cook stoves, two heating stoves, 2 tables, bathtub, rntirh "n't bnhv bed 1H West ftnM 1 WANTED Boarders WANTED Roomers and bourders tn private family ul 'Jv',,l'lj?4JJl' - AGENTS WANTED $11111,0011 PER MONTH to l oplest tit firm well advertised In Albuquer que. Address The Nathan Co,, 750 Milwaukee Avi., Chkiiuo, j PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS. IL V. 1. BHYAN Attomey-at-Law. Office In First National Bank Build ing. Albuquerque, N. M. JOHN U. WILSON Attorney-at-Lw. . Tinntnm lS.IT.1t OemWrll BldS. Res. phone 1522 W. Office T)hon UT1 t.l.OUt.E S. KLtH'K Attorney. Rooms 8-9, Stern Block Albuquerque, N. M. American Huretv Ponds. DENTISTS. OIL J. E. K1LUT Dental Surgeon Rooms i-J. Barnett Pldg., Phone T44. Appointments made bytnall. PHYSICtANS AND SURGEONS. W. tl. Ml Al!t ( 11. M. V. Specliillst Eye, Ear, Nose snd Throat Over Walton s drug store. I'none iiti A. i. SIIORTFU M. I. Practice Limited to Tuberculosis. Hours, to 11. 12m W. Central Ave. Over Wfalton's Pnre: Store. W. M. hllKIUDAX. M. IX Practice Limited to Oonlto-l'rlnary Dlese. The Wassermann and Noguchl Test Salvarsan "606" Administered. State National Bank Ilulldlng. Albuquerque. N. M. W. 11. I'ATTI'RSOX, M. n. Diseases of women and Obstetrlce. Over Walton's drug store. Phone 116. SOLOMON K lU'KTOX, M. !. rhyslelsn and Burtrenn. Suit . Psrnett P'" INsrHAXCl'. AltTliril WA1.RKU Fire Insurance, Sccreiur MutUsJ Rullding Association. Phi, lie 695. 3 1 7 Va West Central Avenue. CHIROPODIST. J. II. WOODNOX, Foot Specialist, treatti corns, bunions. Ingrowing nalla nnd all foot ailments, rhone 111. 1 a. r.u to 7 p. m. Office, 21S TIJerat Ave. ' ' " VETERINARIANS. 1'. II. HAItlt. 1). V. N. Veterinary Surgeon. Grsduate Chlcugo Vet. College, 1191 Office and Hospital, cor. First sinil Mnmiiette Phone 777 dnv and night FORRBTT FtMt RENT Nicely furnished front room with board. Home cooking. Apply 208 N. Edith. Foil RENT Furnished rooms, With or without bonrd. (Ill 8. Urondway. PERSONAL. WANTED Nursing; no objection to going out of city, rhone 1507 J, fill H. nrondwiiy. LOST. l,(i,qr A pair of gold-rlmmed eyo glasses. In black leather case; case from Robber's Optical Parlors. Mrs. Hrown LlpplH. on the Mesa. FOR RENT Offices and Stores FOR RENT In good locution, corner store with fixtures; good for any kind of business; also 3 living rooms. $35 month. Inquire 1024 8. Broad- I. O. Ho TT Phono 000 ALBUQUERQUE CREDIT CO. It. AV. Wcldleln, Manager. MintCHANTS'H I'ROTF',CTIOV. Indexed Weekly Itci-ords. Individual Ratings 'ollootUnn. . HI S. 4lli St. Allintiiierqui'. New slexlin. Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON for Picture Fourth Street and Frames Copper Avt. BnSI'SSHHHPssBjBj'y i.i. in jam I.II4S.J ..1 .1.1 ji ijij.jt.i. imiu.Ji DAILY MAIL BEItVICIS AND STAGS For the famous Hot Springs of .femes, N. M, Leaves Albuquerqut P. O. every morning at i a. .n. Tick ets sold at Vajo Hros., 307 North First street, iAVlQ (JARCIA, proprietor and mail contractor, P, U. Ilox ti, 1402 S. Riimdway. Phone 1343 W. SANTA FE TIME TABLE. Effwtlvr November 12th, 1011. West bound. Arrives. Departs. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. Mm No. No. No. No. 1 Cnl Express 7:20p 8:10p 3, Cat. Limited . . .10:66a 11:26a 7 Mex.-Cul. Exp.,.10:10p 9 Cal. Fast Mall. . . ll:B0p Fust bound. 2 Tour. Exp 3:B5p 4 Limited K:33p 8. K;int Ex 6;B6p 10 Overlamt Kxi'. . 8:004 Kl I'mm Trains. 80 Meg, Exp, .... SIS Kl Paso Pass. . ll:05p 13:45 4:20p 6;06p 7:25p 8:36ft 12:20a 8:J0s 110 K. C. & Chl.,. 6;00 810 K. C. ft Chi... :20p HomwoII, Clovls and Amiirlllo. 811 Pecos Val. Ex. 7;6lp 8)1 Albuq. Kxp.... I:18p 1'. J. JOUA&ON, Aicnv J