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v THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15,1912.
SEVEN. ' pPCEJUD COPIRGEj Wall Street. yeW York, Feb. 14. Few of the active stocks moved either up or down . much us a point today. Quotutlonft mlvanced in a languid way ul I... fell back attain to an up iroxiinato level with yesterday's clone ...I staved there until a bear drive Likened the list. The few sign of HI recently seemed to have disap peared. The large Interests credited with the ability to shape the market hnwed no desire to tuke a decided uosition on either side and profes sional operations were without leader. orosBure attain!. les active Indus- ..iiia uiirticularly the shares of the Independent steel companies, led to reports of dividend reduction. The dtellne of two points In Republic Stea preferred was attributed to such reuort. The copper stocks .again tirnnir and the producers were uald'to he doins a good business. More than ordlnnry interest centers in the fortnightly statement of the European copper supply to bo published this week. Tl,e outward movement of cop per so far this month Is reported to Have been of almost record propor tions. ' The late sclllns movement appar ently " Jue to resumption of short (slliUK the efforts of which were shown most plainly in Erie, Heading. United States Steel and Louisville & Nashville, which lost a point or more. Tile market as a whole eased off, but losses in most cases were slight. Closing stocks: , Allls Chalmers pfd Amalgamated Copper . .... American Agricultural . . . . 6 64 D! i 6C, . 1 1 k SOH 4Vs 10 'to hi s'.i 32 71 102 Vi America n Keel Sugar ..... Can Cur & Foundry . Cotton Oil Hide & Leather . Ice Securities . . Linseed ........ Locomotive Smelting & Rel'?, A merles n American American American American American American American do. pfd Am. Ktecl Foundries ...... American Rusar Refininu America n Tel. & Tel. American Tobacco pfd. . American Woolen ...... Anaconda Mining Co. . . lAtchison do. pfd. .............. Atlantic Coast Line Haltlmnre & Ohio llctlilehem Steel Ilruoklyn Hapld Transit . ('aimiliiin Pacific , Central Leather do. pfd Central of New Jersey . . Chesapeake & Ohio . Chicauo & Alton Chicago Great Western . . do. pfd. ". Chicago & "North Western Chicago, Mil. & St. Paul C, C, C. & Kt. Louis Colorado Fuel ft Iron . . . Colorado & Southern ... Consolidated (las Corn Products 'Delaware & liudann ... l)enver & Hlo Urunde . . . do. pfd. .' Distillers' Securities Erie do. 1st. pfd do. 2nd. pM General Electric. ........ Great Northern pfd Ureal Northern Ore Ctfs. Illinois Central Inter borouh-Met do, pfd Inter Harvester Inter-Marine pfd. . International Paper International Pump la Central Ksns'ts City Southern . . . . (In. iitil. lu ! Otis Louisville & Nashville . . . Minneapolis & St. Louis . . Minn., St. P. & Siiult Ste. Mii.sourl, Kansas & Texas do. pfd. Missouri Pacific Nnlliiiinl Hlseult . National Lead Null. Rvs. of Mexico 2d. New Vork Central 88 ....118 140 1 105 2K 35 'i 104fc 103 Vj 138 102 . 31 T 828 18 '.ft . Hi 3S0D380 10 . 1724 17 S5 141 104 25 43 138 9 172 M 20 V, . 41 . 28 Vi . 31 Mt . 51 V, . 41 .167 . .130Vi . .18 4 .131 . 17 58 .105 , 21 . 10 . 2! . 12 . 2 . 82 ' .108 .152 'A . 24 1324 M. 2 .... 2 3 14 53 pfd. 32i 110 Western 36 1N 78 117 -New York. Ontario Norfolk Western North American .. Northern Pacific . Pacific Mall 31 'i Prnnsvlvanl.a MiV. rmpip'R Uas PitmiMirs, C. C. & St. Louis Pittsburg Coal Pressed Steel Car . PtiUman Palace Car , Hallway Steel Spring 18' .103 , 17 31 159 2714 .158 111 7J.4 , 23 Mi Heading Hepulillc Steel do. pfd Itock Inland Co. . , do. .pfd SI. l-onln & San Fran. 2d. pfd. SI. Louis South western do. prd . . SImms Sheffield Steel and Iron .. Southern Pacific Soul hern Hallway do. ,rd Tennessee Copper Tevis & Pacific , Toledo.' St. Louis A West ,.' Pfd I "Ion Pacific do. pfd. , !'nit.. States ISraltv I'nlted Stales Kubbcr I'nlttid Siati-s steel 48 3 31 70 ',4 40 107 27 '4 72 35 21 13 32 14 K2't 7 45 108 55 4 7 ,. '. prd th 'oiht Virninia Carolina Clieinlcal Wsl.ash do. pfd. Western Maryland 5s IS t "cminghoiu Electric w:tern Vnlon "heeling & Lake Erie ... high Valley Chin., Coo RV Cons ". . . Am. Tob. 71 83 4 ,157 23 1 2C2 I rieo r ltonds were Irregular with r decided movements ml, from " U eal trartlun (ssuas. s.nno of which re sirnnser. Total sales, par TaHie. 30.006. I'rlted states lwinds were unchanj d on call. Total sales fur the day 34 200 Boston Mining Stocks. A Mullen AtoHlgsniate.J ,'ppVr ..'.'.'... n n. Zinc Ieml St Sm. ri"ns Commercial "w. Crh . ,,. ML l. C"liti..n nrH Arift.na ' slunwt A Hecia ' "tenniai . '"Pi er r:an. Vnn. Co.' . .". . .k"u": t"op- JUrr.nx o.ns,,Hdiei 'rnhy Conwlldated :. . i . C4 . 24 . 3 - . ;;s . ., .Hi . It . 51 12 . 13 4 7-l . li - 7 . 23 y- 1.1. R"Vli I u. Lk , , . . ; Lake Copper 34 La Halle Copper, asked 5 Miami Copper 23 Mohawk !, Nevada Consolidated lsVi NIplKsinK Mines f i North llutte 25 North Lake Old Dominion 45 Osceola 109 Qnincy 75 .Shannon ...... n Superior 25 Superior & Huston Min 3 Tamarack 27 IT. S. Sm. Hef. & Min 35 -. do. pfd 47 Vi I'Uh Consolidated If, tTtah Copper Co i .Winona Wolverine OS'j New York Cotton. New Voik, Feb. 14. Cotton wesk at a net loss of from 14 points. closed to 24 The Metal Markets. New York, Feb. 14. Standard cop per steady; spot, $1 3.!5i) 14.12 1-2; February and March, S14.00rt 14.10; April, May and June, $14. 00 if 14.1 2 1-2. London, dull; spot, 02, 7s, 6d; futures, S3, Is, 3d. Arrivals reported at New York today, 1,773 tons. Cus tom house returns show exports of 17.. 878 tons so fur this month. Sales, 25 tons March copper at $14.00. 1-ulc-copper, 14 1-2(114 . 3-4; electrolytic, 14 3-8(14 1-2; casting, 13 7-8(TH4 1-S. Lead, firm; 4.0J4.1Q New Yolk; London, 15, 15s. Spelter, oulet; $C5U?6."0 New York; London, 26, 15h. Antimony, dull; CooliSonV, $7.12 1-2- ' Iron Cleveland warrants, 45s In London. Locally .iron was unsettled. No. 1 foundry northern, $14.754f'15.- 25; No. 2. f 14.25M14.75; No. 1 south, ern nuU No, 1 southern soft. $14.75f 15 Mar silver, 0o. Mexican, dolln rs. 47c. St. Louis SiMltcr, louls. Feb. 14. Lead, " ; spelter, firm, $ti.45 ki 0.50. St. $:.s: firm; Chicago Board of Trade. thicago, Feb. 14. ltapidly decreas ing supplies with predictions that soon the total store Ht Llx erjjool would be Hie smallest since the year of the Loiter corner, gave strength today ti wheat. Closing prices were 5-8 to 7-8c higher than lust night. Corn niadu a net gain of 1-41( 3-8 to 3-8t l-2c, and oats 1-4? l-2c. In pro visions there was a decline of 2 l-2c to an advance of a dime. Hritlsh cables took the wheat trade by surprise. Notwithstanding the sharp break yesterday the foreign ex change nearly without exception, showed a decided bullish tone. Liver pool in particular. Intimated that both the -L'niled Kingdom- ami the- conti nent would make a more emphatic call upon exporting countries in the near future. Speculators at first declined to accept as correct thn statement that the world's available stock had fallen off as much as 7.829.000 r.unh ils for the week, but the figures were confirmed. j Slav ranged from $1.01 7-8 to 1.0J, to' LOS l-8r(i l.02 1-4, with the finish strong at $1.02 5-8(;,V2 3-4, a Use of 3-4c net. Belief In greatly reduced farm re serves because of heavy feeding, help ed corn to score an advance. M:y fluctuated between 6S 1-S(U68 l-4c and 08 3-4 if 08 7-8c, closing firm at 68 t-80 68 3-4c, a gain of S-841 l-2o over last night. Cash grades were steady. No. 2 yellow was quoted at 65 W65 1-Jc for car lots. Oats showed strength, Influenced mainly by purchases for bull leaders and ' by the fact that although re ceipts crntinue moderate In volume, the call for shipments Is urgent from the east. Outside limits for May were 52 3-8 and 52 -1-4c, with last sales l-4c up at 52 5-8c. In provisions there was u good de mand for shorts who covered because I the run of hogs proved less than ex- 1 pecteu. orierings were small. At tne I close pork was 2 1-2 $ 6 to 10c higher, with ribs about the same, while laru wus 2 l-2c down. The Livestock Markets. Kansas City Livestock. Kansas City, Feb. 1 4. Cattle Re cti pis. 5.000, including 300 southerns: market steady to 10c higher. Native steers. $5.50 8.25; southern lc-re, $5.(1(1 fi ii.r0; southern eons and heif ers. $5.(111 i 5.25; native cows nnd heif ers, $3.00(1 6.50; stockers nnd feed -m, $4 00 s.0; bulls. $4.Ot'W6.30; e.iive,, $4.0(f'7.75; western steers. $5.25ti' 7.25; western cows. $3.00 ftf 5.35. Hog Receipts. 5.0O0; market fteady to 5c lower. Hulk of sales, $.".- 0fH.20: heavy, $. 1 5 H 6.25; packers and butchers. $.0 ti .20; lights, $5.60 T ti 05; pigs. $4.50tS.0O. Sheep Receipts, 6,000; niark'M . strong to 10c higher. Muttons, $3.31 ! 414.00; lambs. $5.25l B..15; fed wet!l- feI ........ ti.i ' ' ' '"' 1 ' ' Chicago LHowtook. Cnieago. Feb. 14. Cattlt Receipt, 15.500; market steady to shade higher. Peeve. $4.7041 8.80; Texas steers. Hf.0 4l5.T5: western steeiT, $4.85t 7.O0; stm kers an I feeders, $.1. KMi .(): cows and hi-lfers, $2.10 i . 50; . calves. $5.75 V 8.50. K KK-elpts, 3C.C0O: market dull, weak to 6e lower Light. $5.KU r.15: mixed. $3.f0 .2.". : heavv. $5 6i. 21 1-2: rough, $5.S0fi S O".: P'gs.. $4.25i i. bulk of sab s. $.0," l .. Shetp Kec-elpts. 2.00;, market Kteadv to 10c higher. Native. $3. lift 4. T:-western. $3.44.75; yearlings. $4.75frS.TO; lambs, nitive. $4.25 ?f. ; .western,. 4.5yi '. LEGAL NOTICES VtlltCK OF MAsTl-irs In the District Court. Tlrd Judkial Dir'rtci. County of oiero. the StRtej of New Mexico. j John -C. Ferrier . John C. Kob-i whereby plalnti t oMain.d judgment againrt def ndant John C. Roberts and Malinda J. Roberts for $10.1fl.3. with eight per cent inlert-st int an num from date of judgment, to-wit, Novemtxr 15. Ill I. nlih costs of suit nnd stile, ami for f,rcb.riire anil natlr of the property her-innfter desirilsd. Notice is herehy givea that I, Edwin 11 Jin IF Mechem, Special Master heretofore appointed by the court herein, will on tlie Hth ly of April, A. D. 1H12. at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of said day, at the front door of the court house at Alumogordo,' Otero county, New Mexico, sell at public auction for cash to highest bidder th 'following property: Lot No. 15, in Block No. 72, In the town of AlamoRordo, otcro county. New Mexico, according to the re corded plat thereof. And that 1 will apply the proceeds of paid sale to the payment of said judgment and costs. EDWIN MECI1EM. Special Master. HARRY H. M'ELROY, Attorncv for Plaintiff, Tucunicurl, New Mexico. 2-8-U ii.'p.htu:nt of the intehioh. U. S. land office at Santa Ye, NY M., January 24, 1912. Notice is hereby given that Tran quility Carcia, of Albuquerque, X. M., who, on Feb. 4, 11107, ' ntade Homestead 10C35, No. 0C2C6, for SK. 1-4, SW. 1-4, S. 1-2, UK. 1-4, and NR. 1-4, SU. 1-4, Section 28, Township 11, N. Range 6 IC Meridian has filed no tice of intentloi. to make final five year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before A. E. Walker, Probate Clerk, at Albuquer que, N. M., on the 4th day of March, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Donaciano Gutlerres, J. JL Skinner, Dumaclo Otero. Celso Garcia, all of Albuquerque, N, M. MANUEL. R. OTEHO. Itegister. Jan. 27 Feb. 27. NOTICE TO HIPDI IIS. llids will be received at the office of tile county clerk of Kernalillo co inly up to 2 o'clock In the a'lter- noon of Monday. February l!th, 1!U2 for the construction of a wing dam. 100 feet long, on tho west bank of the Hlo tiraude, above the Uarelas bridge, at a place 10 be designated by tho county surveyor said wing dam to be constructed of piles 25 foot long, not less than 1 foot in diameter at the butt nor less than G Inches in diameter at the point nnd to be planked, when in place, with 2x12 plank, as shown on diagram and specifications on file in tho clerk's office; said piles to bo driven to a depth of 20 feet, 0 inches below low water mark. All work nnd ma terial to be In accordance with spoclli- cat Ions on file and to be inspected by nnd satisfactory to the county sur veyor. The successful bidder will be re quired to give bond, acceptable to the board of county commissioners, con ditioned for tho faithful performance of the contract. Th board reserves this right to re ject any or all Mils. Hy order of the board of county commissioners. A. E. WALKER, Clerk. February 6lh, 1912, Department of the Interior, LT. S. Land Office at Santa Fe. N. M. February C, 112. Notice is hereby given that Mooney Wot more, of Lngumi, N.M., who on November 25. In6, made Homestead No. 07907. for NW i-4 SW 1-4, Sec tlon 24. Township 7 N.. Range 5 W. N. M. P. Moridlan. has filed notice of intention to make Final five year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Probate Clerk at Albuquerque, N. JL, on the 12 day of March, I12. Claimant names as witnesses: John S. Prndt. Hill Kle, Juanito Sisero and Uert Wot more, all of laguna, N. M. MANUEL It. OTERO, Register. Feb. 8. March 8. . NOTICE. Deportment of C-.e Interior, U. S. Ijjnd Office, at Santa Fe, New Mexico, February M. 11112. Notice la hereby given that Jacob Scolleck, of Albuquerque, N. M., who oil August 21, ;:ior mulu homestead entry. No. 8474 (061I33), for S. W. Section 27. Township 10 N.. Ran 3 E., N. M. P. M. meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make final five year proof to establish claim to the lard above described, before A. E "-Valuer. Probata Clcik. at Albuquer one. New Mexico, on the 16th day of March, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Allan C. Hone, of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Joseph Dagncr, of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Mrs I- E. Werner, of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Edward C. Llppitl, of Albuquerque. Now Mexico. MANUEL, li. OTERO. Register. Albuquerque M ruing Journal. ' Department of the Interior, V. 8. Land Office at Santa Je, N. M. February. , 1912. Notice is hereby given that Ilerl Wctmnro, i f iiguiin, N. M., who. on IK-C. IS, 190C, niade I lomexli ad 0K05C, No. J:;. for SW 1-4 MVV 1-4. Sec lion IS. Township 7 N., Range 4 W.. N. M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of iniemion 10 1101 se r mm live yeJi Proof, to t-stablish i-lnlm to the 1.1 no above described, before I'roliale Clerk. at Albuquerque, N. M., on the 12 d ly i of March. HI 2. I Claimant nniwi as witnesses: John s. Pro ill. Hill Kle, Juanito Sisero and .Mooney Wet more, all of IjiKonn. N. M. JIAXI EL U. OTERO.. JtegUtef. Feb 8. March 8. IjOST Wedmsday evening. l-twe. Tuilfih street and Honing s castle, a long white silvery scarf; kindly re turn to 215 Noilh Twilfth street. 1 il.eral reward. LOST. Ft HI SALE Furnltur. . lonsisting of n coniplete bed, used three months; fine steel range, six hides, in good con dition; chairs, rocger.. iiresrr. ' Call I p. m.. i4 South Third street. BUSINESS CHANCES l ! ann.niit A. Moutoya, I0 lluril. , $1.25 I'ER WORD inserting clsUiel ads In leading papers in the C. S Send for HsL The lak Adrrr tislng Acency. 43 Main St.. Los An elea, or 12 Geary Su. San Fraticiaco. YOU HAVE A WANT TELL IT THROUGH THE JOURNAL PERSONAL .PROPERTY LOANS MONEY IX) Uiy. On furniture, pianos, organs, horses, wagons and other chattels; also on salaries and warehouse receipts; as low as $10.00 and as liigti as $180.00. Loans are quickly made and strictly private. Time- one month to one year given. Goods to remain in your pos session. Our rates are reasonable. Call and see ua before borrowing. Steamship tickets to and from all parts of the world. PRIVATE OFFICES Open Evening. THE UOl'SEHOLU LOAN CO., Room 3 and 4. Grant Building. SU3 (4 Went Cc'Ural Avcnuo. FOR SALE. $2900 5-room brick, modern, good cellar. N. Fourth street, close in. $3200 5-room brick, modern, hard wood floors, fire place, corner lot. Highlands; $700 cu.sli, balance ( per cent. $3800 5-room modern bungalow, lot 75x150. lawn, trees. N. 11th St. j $800 4-room frame, good lot, shade 1 trees, near shops. Eay terms, $2260 7-room frame., bath, furnish, j ed, corner lot, good tarn. So. Arno. I t19nn i-r,,r,n frame. Dnoil 1, it eltv' water, N. 8th . $600 cash, bal ance 8 per cent $1,900 4-room brick and 5 room frame, both on lot 50x142, High lands, close In; $000 cash; balance 8 per cent.. MONEY TO LOW. l'IHE INSl'H.Wt K. A. FLEISCHER 111 South Fourth Slreot. Plionn P14. Xrxt to New Potoffloe HELP WANTED Male. 210 W. Silver Phono SSI WANTED Teamsters, laborers, and waitresses; good woman rook. WANTED Rriglit boys, between ages of 14 and 16, for errand boys, at the Economist. WANTED Collector; Jimi required. Address liox it 7 7, City. WANTED Men at 1-os Angeles. Can learn trade. Fair wages ufter sec ond month. Automobile, electricity, plumbing. brick laying. Pracllcdl work on actual jobs. 1200 (Undents last five years, only few months re quired. United Trade School, Loa An geles. 1 JIEIWrW WANTED Nurse giii. Apply Mm. D. Weinman, 70S Wcsl Clipper. WANTED A woman for second cook. Apply at Home. Restaurant, No, 205 West Cold avenue. WANTED A competent girl for gen era I housework. Inquire !0li North Fourth street. E0RJREN T Oj wellin gs FOR RENT Six-room and bath, new and modern; gas range In kitchen, hot water heat; also modern complete furnished B-room apartment with hath and gas range. Apply to A. W. Anson. 81 A North 5th at. FOR RENT Five-room hriek house, modern. Inquire 6'.' S. Third. FOR RENT Three-room furnished house. 91(1 North Eighth street.' FOlt RENT Furnished cottage; sleeping porch. $12.50 a month. Highland car line. 1204 South EiIMIk FOlt RENT Four-room house. 1012 South Hroadwuy. Inquire at ions South Krnndwa.e. FOR RENT Seven-room modern brick; steam heat, at 103 S. Waller; $35 per inon 111. Apply 400 S. Walter. FOR RENT 5-rm. house, completely furnished; modern: will sell furni ture to tenant. 415 North Fifth St. OSHuses FOR SALE Another tieautllul bun galow or wilt build what you want at a minimum cost. It. Keller, 723 N. Eighth street. Pone 1292 W. FOR SALE Cheap, on payments. 5 room iirlck, modern, corner lot; Highlands, close In. Phono 414. FOR SALEl'.y owner, modern fiv -room brick, lot 75x142, fruit and shade trees, lawn, ut u bargain. 709 W. Knina. FOR SALE 6 room hrlck house, close In, nt a hartrain. 311 W. Ti.leras. FOR RENT Rooms with Board FOR RENT Front room; lady pre ferred; board II required. 513 W. I'sd Ave. No slek. FVK . RENT Desirable furnished rooms with boaru. No sick, l'lionc t r.t w. ROOMS with board, close In, home cooking. J24 .Soiilh Edith street. FOR RENT Ranch wllh house and rTotTREiV? teiTr with board. Mrs. H. C. o'Harrow, 216 1-2 2nd. stable, alfalfa and fruit trees, on:fr( price for chicken. February de-1 Mountain road, '-pply 422 W. Tijeraa. STOLEN. STOLEN P.lcycle. No. D. V34J". Shap- eign upecini. .nw rewara ii re turned to 418 W. Cool Avft FOR SALE MisceJIaneous. Emlcrwood T pewrltor Co., J21 W. Hold Ave. Phone 14 4. , - r rOR KALI- I ligni-soatwi surrey. A IJ...1-..,. 1 ,1 1 V- I'l.lK.ii. . I'ult SALE Household goods, cheap; nl.-o fx wing niaehine. 0 S. Hroad way. ' ' ' i ?'OR SALE-4'heHp. a good wet double . work harness and light wagon. 1300 3. Walter St. FOR PALE A .,.;.if;.,l 4-A e, ! K'.ilak: r.?:.i:;:n. vlh ?" f hutu r nnd Z-I.-s T; S.i" 5r.; ir miw; i fliler; t rls film: ro out-' fh t n -w and r.i i! ;.:.': $ rnh. Anj.ly A. W. ElkiVn. Sttleklf-r Hide. Phone 7S. I I.:,nH-!4 Kill! SAl K !''. slili.K i liil, K"Od l:loi. 5.l B'Mol plni. J.'kio a""d carroi". S.ooo khI cob l.utic. in.iiiiH f ,MI IhcIsi. on,, thrx inth waeon, one set heavy double barn m, one bu k.-t pump for uri sating. -API'1 J",,n Mann.. BETTERLOOKatTHIS Five-room, modern house, t fire place, good porches, cost front, lawji. and ahubUry. This is a very desir able homo. Price Oidy 2.tOO.nO. FIRE INSURANCE AND LOANS Porterficltl Co. 216 West Gold for Sale-A "Home" Concrete foundation. Four nice rooms. Modern plumbing. Fine electric llxtures. Kilty-foot lot. On street car line. Owner leaving city. Cnderpriccd at $1,800. Terms arranged. Exceptional bargain. Money to lend, m for sale on Thirteenth street. THAXTON Gold Ave. CO.. 'Phone, 211 W. 657. FOR SALE FOR SALE Fine saddle or driving mare. 516 West Copper. FOR SALE Eggs for hatching, fresh every dav from thoroughbred li. I. Reds. R. Rocks, W. Orpingtons and W. Rocks, AIbo Orpington cockerels. Phon e 1510 W. 413 S. Hroadway. FOR SALE Team of good ponies. set uf double harness; good sised wagon, uimosi new, umi ongsy nun A. Dick, 715 E. Silver. FOR SALE Ten hives of bees. 84 William St. W HITE PLYMOI TII ROCKS. 15 vugs lor $1. H. II. Harris, 510 S. Edith. PJiine78.1. Folt'sALE Thoroughbred eggs for hutching. Lilack LiuiNhuns. 100'J Forester Ave. Pliioie 320. FOR-PALE Thoroughbred eggs for! hatching from winter layers. S. C.I lilack Minorca $1 per 13. IJnrred Plymouth Rocks $1 per 15; S. C. White Leghorns $1 per 15; Wm. Rb-t41SWest Atluntii FOR SAl-E ilood I l()-pound mare, bridle single and double. UrniinlM lUriiug S. hool. 114 W. Silver. MorNT.Vl View runcli. 1 mile north of old Town. i:g;;s Irmn thoroughbred While Leghorns, llbn k Mluorbns, It. C. nnd S. C. R. I. Reda; $1 per setting. 10. 10. llootii, I', '., Old Albuquerque. FOR SALE Cycle Hiileners and old Trusty Incubator; eggs for hutch ing. Phone 1 402-J. Hillswell ranch. Albuquerque, FOR SALE Fine driving hoie, bnggv and harness. A bargain II' taken at onee. UK S, Arno Si. FOR SALE fin- mail -Horse and earl, suitable urrier or butcher. Ap- Ply 7 1 it Wcst Lead avenue. FOR SALE OR TRADE Dig, heavy work horse, gentle, true puller; double harness, single, harness, pony loam, good buggy, spring wagon and galled saddlu pony. 210 West Sil ver, or phone 35L Ft 'It SALE I llaek LuliBshau eggs, $i.iiii per setting, from prize win ning stoea, 101 Paso ami Kansas Cltv; .lis i lio.eu Plymouth lioek pullets. ;!:! South Unmilway. 10OOS -ti cts. W. Legnoin, 5 cik.; H. Hock, Hull Orpington. 8 cts.; Ckls. J . r-jr.-.. ' '"V: .'-. ' r- Eggs for hatching, two pens Vhitj Wyandottes. $1.50 and $2.00 per 1 r.. - .. . I-. "ii w. iii iT. i So. R. C. Whltn Orpingtons, $s per m. Thoroughbred and prize winners. 11 O. Rox 417. 1215 N. 5th, Acme Poultry Vurds, No. j FOR SALE Thoroughbred eggs for hutching. R. tJ R. I. Reds. Mottled Anronas and II. P. Rock. Also baby chicks. Hook orders early. ) I.- Thomas. 717 E. llazeldine Ave.. i'ii ii.iv 111 -': ; KiiUS FOR HATCIIINO from the best of laying strain; i.w ior u. ni.un Minorcas. barred rock; 222 egg rec ord; single comb p ghoi n, WyckolTiose and s'ngle coinii R. I. reds. All choice and healthy. Visitors always wel come. Inspection solicited. I hone LiiisR. Ideal Poultry Ranch, Old A Iheooerolle, tIET KARLV CHICKS They grow better thnn lato batclies. Let me Fel you some, or take your order fori laler oenvery. ,r y.n n..v .-KH. , wanl hatched, bring them to me. My , S.OOO-etg hot water incnbat jr is pla.--, rd In a cellsr and will hatch more ; and bftter chicks. Not less than 7i ; . pirns charge. 5c per egg. Come ami I n.-i-rv: 1 tarred Rinks. 20c, $18 pcri, mo IVhilo Iirhorns. 16c. $14 per. rr U:irrh: Ilnrr. .l Hocks. 1 M $l per 108; R. I. Reds, 17c, $14 lcry,m RENT llll; 100. 534. White Leghorns. 15c. $12 per W. Vandersluls, Hog $48. Phone WANTED Positions. W am r .it "'"" " ,,""'",' ' bookkeeper. Mini I in r with msniifac. -'luring and mercantilr work; also ex- - - . r-.shler. timekeeper. I ' ... . tock clerk: perre.-i neann: nm pi llcular as to location. Addres M. rare Jonrnsl. , . young mm WANTED Position by iii-noai.ited Willi of'iee like wiiik of anv kind. Mr-rning Journal. rk would ' lu.x tC ANTIOI Wmk by the day or eeW. hiMii,:' or permanent -a. eulier tenipornry t,v exniTieneeit sten- Ki..h. i i.n.5 nft! rr.5" iH"r. S - J C N.. IU.K WANTED Rooms. l V I l.ldM-N IH 1 "I lOre .1.1- nlsbed room: muq be in Ko,,t lnrJ lion: plenty of Peal rml h"l water; nivo full p.irll-olais nnd price. Ad dress M. l car Morning Journ.J. STORAGE. WANTEH Pianos, household goods. etc., siored safely at teasonublo rstes. Advances made. Phone 540,, The Security Warehouse & Improve ment Co, offices: Rooms 3 and 4, Grant block. Third street and Cenllal avenue. ' FOR SALE Real Estate. FOR SALE. A fine home, nil furnished, fine Jer sey cow, over 100 chickens, gasoline cnuine and tank, fruit trees, all for Part cash, balance easv terms. PEA li V t.t 111 I.E. Phone aim 201 W. tiold RANCH lOll SALE. See owner, 1-2 mile north of In dian school. Lewis Jones (Ranch.) AllOM i: T A liAI'tiAIN. 125x142 fool lot. 3 room house burn, etc., 60 b-ariug fruit trees; will sell cheap, owner leaving the city; terms. P. o. Hx !. Fo RESALE "oil" TRADE Six-room modern hrli k house; line sleeping porch, burn, fruit and shade ''.Tins reusmmblc. Apply 400 Waller. t lees. South WANTED To correspond with own era; large and small tracts land for sale. liox 273, M' Kinney, Tex. F( 1 1 i SALE -Two loin in lliiililanilH. near ear line; cash or terins. particulars apply ut 1215 S. Arini. F(HrSALi'FiiHt Trr.T oT"$30 cash takes two choice lots on North First Street. Inquire !I3I North Eighth. "COI.NTHV HOME liK S.i.li Oil l t ii.m;i:. In a small town 38 miles north of Albuquerque; sU ruom house recently Improved nud renovated; porch, ou. buildings, corral, orchard. Irrigation ditch and sleeping mature about acres of garden. Price, $1, 00. Highly productive alfalfa land adloiuiiig, can be had If wantod. Excellent school j an,j dally mail service; 3 miles from nmln line it rnliroau. Auuresa a I--., rare Journal. " U FOR SALE Modern 4-room rrnmo house In Highlands: two screened porches, room on porches for three beds; tve chicken yards, chicken, coal and wood house; shade trees. Easy terms. Call at 914 Soutli Edith St. FOR SALE ! I will sell niv smaller fruit ranch i eonslstinir f 4 7 acres. V. S. Patent. Six acres In I earing apples and pears. :14 acres alfalfa. 12 ucres young orcn lard; 4-room Iioiiho and complete smudging plant, wllh 2,500 gallons of nil for a cash payment of $2,500; bnl ' ii nee at 7 per cent and will also lease to purchaser of the above my ad lolnlnt' larger fruit rnuch, consisting iif 12 acres bearing fruit trees; 2.000 bearing grape vines, 10 seres alfalfa, ' nn-neru pasture, complete smudging outfit with oil. 4 milk cows, 4 horses; 'furnished 7-room house and complete line of farming Implements. One fair crop of fruit and allulfa will pay for tho smaller ranch. mi. W. HEARDSLEY, .V Icn. . M. 1 FOR RENT Rooms. rRTtJKN'? burnished rooms; mod ern; no sick. Apply508tt Wentrsl. FOR RENT Modern rooms. Rio 1 ra n d o H o le l. f il 9V. Cell Ira I . Foil R EN f Hrlck collage and fur nished rooms. 218 South Walter. i Foil" HE NT The best located rooin- I Ing house In the city. Enquire ut jm West (iol.l Ave. 1 FOH KENT . (((, )llir ! einplovinent -line well furnished room month to gentleman "f 3 1 0 South Walter. Milt i:FT 'Two furnished rooms for housekeeping; modern, $12. U 1 So. Arno. Fo tt 1: 10. T Furnished" light hoiiHekie,ing. rooms A y for tie fA! Noilh Second street. FOR RENT two front rooms for light housekeeping: all modern conveniences. 521 West Silver. FOR RENT Furnished rooms lot conveniences. housekeeping; ,Iltl1 . VV. ull FOR RENT Front rooms for house. keeping. Also store room at 524 W. Central avenue. Call ill rear. FOR RENT A ph-a.saut furnished room. 212 N. High SI. FOItR10N"rTw, largo rooms fur ' lilslied for holisekeeplnir, siliisle r I en suite, modern, filti Wmt Con I. AMERICAN HOTEL W(3, w ,V,,tral. u,M,lg j,,,., ,u,utl or cmulte. ,iHJr r wwit, ; . VSO AIU.E I'RICES. s t. tr-.- .-.rzs-js -rr-rTr r-t -tx - FOR RENT ADartmCMS. - (lM RIONT Modern furnished and hnusekeeidng rooma. week or month. Westminster. phone 101 Eli-Kuntly furnlslied rooms for light housekeeping. 50 1 H. id St. FtR Tt lONT px7ile park. -rooin apsrlments, fninished or unfurnish ed, (learn heut, modern throughout. !,,! T.iii-eli. X. (Irsnt biilldlna WANTED Miscellaneous. vl l .n Chi pet cleaning. Phone ........ t8. 2'i E. Central. pboae Hn- CKflce 411 Vf. Copper Ate. WOl.KEVO A SON. immpoie irrigsiion i irnni. AGENTS Ftlll SIMPLE OIL EX JIE Cl. Etilpae iwf Arronioior Wlndmllla Well drilling ami repairing. WANTED l.v ll.e I r. -111., kill:; .r lll SeV. I S. Edil h Si. Phon. 1'ieA. ( T A V v l.' ; l-'ors will tinn, m,.linl-': ln:l!e oo if iW-ilfed Hi HO I Phoiii ' :!. I . J. Cook. )'"'! F -'. V.tTf:t' - !". oJit llif lit wtiio- an of r'"'d . m Mi.,liie: ami w-:i : l III all.Iei! Ill All. 11. i.l, roe - lo nci .. lo tie, , Ill: , M. all f.ue titer hue Hi A. bit : Moi nlng Jui nul. PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS. It. V. 1 HHYAX A ttorney-at-Law. Office In First National Bank Build ing, Albuquerque. N. M. JOHN V. WILSON Altorney-at-Law. Rooms 10-17-19 Cromwell Building. Res. Phono 1522W ; Office Pliona 1172. (.i:or.t.i: s. klock Attorney. Iloonis 8-9, Stern Uldg., Aineri.'iiii Suri-ty Albuquerqua, Ronds. DENTISTS. dr. j. i:. kiai'i- Dental Surgeon. Iloonis 2-3, Harnett Rldg. Phone 744 Appointments Made by Mall. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS A. 43. KHORTEI M. I). Practice Limited to Tuberculosis. Hours 9 to 11. 2"t'A W. Central Av. Over Walton's Drug Store. W. M. SHERIDAN, M. D. Practice Limited to Genitro-Urinary Diseases. The Wasseriuann and Nogucht Testa, Salvarsan "tiOC" Administered, Slate National ltnnk llulldlng. Albuquerque, New Mexico. (;Etl, 10. WOODS, M. J). Physician and Surgeon, tlrant I : u i I I i 1 1 . Phones, Office 1 1 " I ; Resldenco 1553W JOSEPH S. CIP10S, M. V. Suite 1-3, Whiting IShiff. Hours, -ll a. in., 2-4 p. in., 7-8 p. m. Phones 1 1111-54. W. It. PATTERSON, SI. 1. Diseisn of Women nnd Obstetrics. Over Walton's drug store. Phono 1186 E. E. P.IRU. M. D Physician, and Surgeon. Cromwell Hlock " 1'lione 1014 SOIAIMON L. 11VHTO.V, M. 1).,- Physiclan nnd Surgeon. Suit I tar net t Bid. INSURANCE. ARTIIIH WALKER Flro Insurance. Secretary Mutual Hulldlng Association Phone 595, 217 "j W. Central Avenue " VElimNARIANsT F. II. HARII, 1, V. S. Veterinary Surgeon. (Irndiiato Chlengn Vol. College. 1893. office and Hospital, Corner First and Murqucllo. Pliinu 777. Day & Night. LOST. LOST An English totter pup. Re turn to I.. C. Oiullls. room , N. T. Armljo building, or 223 X. High St., nd receive reward. SADDLE HORSES OIIWMS RIHINU SCHOOL. First Class Riding Horses. Phono HUP. Ill W. Silver. 'IfS'JfSl'KIiTISr. Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON for Picture Frames Fourth Street and Copper Ave. DAILY MAIL SEHVICI5 AND STAGS For the famous Hot Spring of Jemtr, K. M, Leave Albuquerqu P. O. every morning nt S a. an. Tlcli. tt mid at Vajn Pros., 107 North First trect, t.All.VO (iAKt lA. proprletof and mall contractor. P. O. Bos 14 1402 8. Hroadwuy. Phon 1204 W. SANTA FE TIME TABLE Iffcillie .oenilxr I: 111 Wcsl lx, li in I. Arrives Depart :10p lljf.a II ulp 11.4ia No. No. No. No. 1 Cul Express . 3, C.il. Lioiiled . ; Mex.-Cal. Exp Cul. Fust Mail . 7 : .1 1:.:. .10:1 p . 1 1;. 'it'i, I 'flllxmlnl. 2 Tour. Exp S 5T.p 4 Limited D:S.'p East Esp :6.'.p lu Overland Exp. . :Va Vn. 4:I0p 6:8p 7:J4p l:Sa No No. No. El I'umi Train. No. No. No. No. ii9 M-T. .U:2a . t:20 M". El C M K. C hh k. c Chi. A: Cbi. :0fla :20p Eo-ncll, lni and Amarillifc HI Pei-os Val. EP 7:SiP Kit Aubini F.ip.. ..:15p P. J JOHVMIV. Airrwl. Na. No. Results From Journal Want Ads :th, I """fil.