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f HE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1912.
SEVEN. 1 f iimocE iio comiebceI - SSSSRS - . . " . '" i - - . Wall Street ew Tork, Feb. 1 The stock mar ket today differed In no important Trticular from that of the preceding Kw of he wtek- Trading was light .mi Steel, Union Pacific and Reading instituted much more than half of The total output. There was persistent lling of Steel, which wai supposed Ya emanate from leading speculators. The Harrlmans. which were a feature on the previous day. evinced some heaviness. The earlv rise In the coppers was a more natural result of an advance In ni Tintos abroad and was accom panied by rumors of a further advance in the price of the metal. The street, however, was shown little inclined to trail along. London was little more than a mere looker-on here, selling some Steel and Union Pacific and buying moderately of Amalgamated Copper. London In conjunction with Paris and New York, has arranged for a loan of $45,000. 000 by Toklo for the purchnse of pub lic utilities, while Paris was negotiat ing for a renewal of the $12,000,000 Luke Shore notes placed there a year sen. - Forecasts Indicate few changes r.s a result of the week's movement in cash. It is likely that a slight gain may accrue to the banks, while the loan account Is as usual a matter of conjecture. Ease of money all over the country continues, but the recent demand for bonds, due in a measuro to this accumulation, has flattened out. Closing stocks: Allls Chalmers pfd G'i Amalgamated Copper 5 American Agricultural 69'M American Beet Sugar 64 ',4 American Can 11 H American Car & Foundry 50 American Cotton Oil 48', American Hide it Leather pfd. 20 American Ice Securities 20 Vi American Linseed Vi American locomotive 32 - American Smelting & Kef'g. ,. 71 do. pfd 103 Am. Steel Foundries 2714 American Sugar Refining .... 1 1 8 American Tel. A Tel 140H American Tobacco pfd 104 American Woolen 24 Anaconda Mining Co 30 Atchison 103 do. pfd 10516 Atlantic Coast Lino 13 Baltimore & Ohio 102 V4 Bethlehem Steel ; 29 Brooklyn Rapid Transit 77 Canadian Pacific 230 H Central Leather 1084 do. pfd 8' Central of New Jersey ,.350?i370 Chesapeake A Ohio 7 Hi Chicago A Alton 1720 Chicago Great Western 1 " do. pfd 5V Chicago A North Western ,...141Vi Chicago, Mil. A St. Paul 104 C, C. C. A St. Louis .... 52f68 Colorado Fuel A Iron 25 Colorado A Southern ,;!,, Consolidated Oas 138 Corn Products 10 Delaware A Hudson :.,. Denver A Rto Grande OVa do. pfd Distillers' Securities . .... J Erie 31 do. 1st. pfd 6 do. 2nd. pfd General Electric J7 Great Northern pfd .5 Great Northern Ore Ctfs ,I" Illinois Centrsl 135 Interborough-Met Jilt Interborough-Met. pfd , VZ Inter Harvester SJf Inter-Marine nfd 20 H International Paper 10 International Pump 28 Iowa Central 11 Kansas City Southern 2 do. pfd S ljclede Oas '?!? Louisville A Nashville 12 Minneapolis A St. Louis 24 Minn.. St. P. A Sault Ste. M. ..132 Missouri, Kansas A Texas 28 do. pfd Missouri Pacific 39 .National Biscuit 145 National Lead 61 Natl. Kys. of Mexico, 2nd. pfd. 32 .New Tork Central 110 New York, Ontario A Western 36 .Norfolk A Western 10 North American 78 Northern PHClflc 11 Pacific Malt $1 Pennsylvania 122 People's Oas 104 Pittsburg. C. C. A St. Louis .... 103 1'ittr.burg Coal 18 Pressed Steel Car 30 V4 Pullman Palace Car 15 Railway Steel Spring 27 Reading 15 Republic Steel 1 do. pfd I Rock Island Co 23 do. pfd 49 St. Louts A San Fran. 2d. pfd. 38 St. Louis Southwestern Jl do. pfd K Kloss Sheffield Steel A Iron 38 044 Southern Pacific 17 Southern Railway 27 do. pfd "JJ Tennessee Copper Texas A Pacific 21 Toledo, St. Louis A WesL 13 do. pfd "J Vnion Pacific ls do. pfd l t'nlted States Realty t'nited States Rubler 45 Fniled States Steel .., 5' do. ifd 18 Ctah Copir 6 Virginia Carolina Chemical .... 54 Wabash . do. ,fd - 1 Western Maryland Wentlnghour Electric 70 Western t'nlon 3 Wheeling A Lake Erie 4 Lehigh Valley lUlk Chino Cop 2 Hay Cons. ' Am. Tob. 2! . The bond market followed the load of storks in that it was dull and Irreg ular. Total sabs, par value. $2,519. . V. 8. bonds unchanged on call. Total sales for the day J03.400 shares. Boston Mining Stocks. Allouet ., Amalgamated Copper, ex Amn. Zinc Lead A 8m. . M""tn Con. O. A C trrts .. 4 .. S ... 24 ... .. 22 .. ..42 ... 18 .. 52 ... 12 .. 12 .. 4 , ... 34 7 ... 13 ... t ... $4 ... t dir. "uite Coalition Calumet Arizona .... Calumet Herla Centennial "PIer Range Con. Co. Essi Rntte Cop. Mine ... "snklln Girodx Consolidated ... Granny Consolidated . . . JreB,, Cananea. ex-dlv. ' Rnyalle (Copper .. Krr Lake - Copp . Ue Cupper Miami Copper ......... Mohawk Nevada Consolidated . . NiplKHing Mines North Butte North Lake Old Dominion Osceola , Qulncy 18 7 2 Mi 45 111 78 9 25 8 28 85 47 15 66 H 7 99 Shannon Superior , Superior A Boston Min. Tamarack IT. 8. 8m. Ref. A Min. . do. pfd I'tah Consolidated Utah Copper Co. ...... Winona Wolverine Chicago Board of Trade. Chicago. Feb. 18. Despite com plaints that the winter crop in the central states showed signs of serious damage, wheat today finished at a net decline of 2-8 to 1-2. The final tone, however, was firm. Latest trad ing left corn 1-4 to 3-8 down; oats unchanged to 1-8 off and hog products lees expensive by 7 1 -2 4i 10 to 25 cents Continued large receipts northwest and heavier shipments from Argentine formed the chief reasons why the bears wre able to maintain control A cable from Buenos Avres to a Chi cago house stated that labor troubles were entirely out of the way. Bom India nnd Australia sent word, too, of having forwarded increased sup- pi es for Europe. At tne same unv. receipts of loaded cars at primary terminals in the United States far ex ceeded the iigures of a year ago. Be tween the opening and the close Miy ranged from $1.01 fi 1.01 1-8 to 1.01 1-2 iil.01 5-8. with the last sales at $1.01 3-Sifil.Ol 1-2. just 1-2 under the ever 'Of twenty-four nours nerore. Corn was affected by the heaviness of Wheat. Big receipts also caused selling, simply as the mild weather promised an even larger movement of cars. Mav fluctuated between 58 i R l-Krt to 68 1-2116-81'. closing 1-4C net lower, but firm at 68 1-8l-4c. Cash grades were slow. No. 2 yellow was not quoted. not held relatively steady owlnu to good buying on the part of the cash houses. Outside limits toucneu by the May option was 52 3-Se nnd Kz S-4c. with the close exactly ihc same as last night at 62 l-2c. In provisions there was a more de. e'dnH hrealc than for some time buck Ancumiilatinir local stocks received the credit. The blackboards tonight showed pork down 15 to 25 cents and the rest of the lint oir 7 w to iuti-1S1-2C The Metal Markets. New Vorkk. Feb. IS Standard cop per steady: spot ju.iswn.iu; reo tuary and March $14.00ri14.10; April, May and June $ 14.00 3 14.1 2 1-2; Lon dnn snot ft. 2a. fid: futures 63. 16s, 3d. Custom house returns show tvnnrli nt 1S24H tons so far thi.s mnnth I nk. rnnDW 1 4 1 -2 1 4 3 -4 ; electrolytic 14S-8W14 1-2; casting 1J 7-St14 Lead quiet, $4.070 4.10 New York; London 15, 15s. Spelter quiet $6.26 6.75 New York! London 26, 15s. Antimony dull; Cookson's $7,12 1-2. Iron, Cleveland warrants 49s 1 l-2d in London; locally iron was unsettled. No. 1 foundry northern $14.50J15.2j; No. 3 $14.257114.75; No. 1 southern and No. 1 southern soft $14.76 f 15. 2.". Bar s lver 68 l-8c;; Mexican dollars 17c. St. Louis Spelter. St. Louis, Feb. 1. Lead steady, $3.85; spelter firm, $6.60. Dun's Weekly Review. New Yorkk, Feb. 16. R. O. Dun A Company's review of trade tomorrow will say: Conditions are still favorable to the realization of the promise held out by the developments of the last three months; namely of a year of wider ac tivity than 111. The severe cold weather since the middle of December has, to some extent, especially In rail road, transportation. In the iron and steel Industry and in railroad distri bution, held this promised develop ment in check. The volume of busi ness, however, is large and In some directions notably so. On certuin finished lines lower prices are now the rule in iron and steel. The cotton goda market has strenthened considerable and the de mand Is broad and seasonably active. Many mills making brown staple goods, print cloths and heavy colored cottons, are now under orders for two n V. mnnltil nhnH Mhd blenched cottons, sheetings and pillow tubing. prints, denims, plaiua and oiner piece goods, art stronger. Export trade Is good. India hns bought 4,000 bales or standard drills and China small lot of sheeting as well as 1,000 bales of Canton flannels. The New England footwenr market la quiet, but new business is coming forward at a better rate than formerly and factories continue fairly busy on old contracts. Price are strong. The recent lull In the leather trade seems to have lieen broken and buyers, after finding that concessions were not ob tainable, have entered the murket and liberal sules have hen made, espe cially of sole leather. Further activ ity lias dcxe.oped In hides. Bradstreet's Weekly Review New York. Feb. 16. P.radHtreol's tomorrow will say: Cumulative improvement Is the dh,ief clir;4eristlc. jof this week s trade reports. Demand is expanding and betterment Is extending to thoe c nters that have heretofore been par ticularly quiet. " As yet the pace is only stead. but It Boems to be consistent and conserv- atlve optimism is developing at a greater rate. Mall order concern. n.r done well, thanks to the tendency t buy In mall lots a ir- goods, wearing apparel, shoes, grocer ies and other eswntials reflects the Influences of slow but steady improve ment. . i ...! f.iinn. in th I nlted States for the week ending February It were 306 against 32 Ust week and 23S in the like week of 111. .7.7 Wi New York Cotton. , New York. Feb. 1. Cotton closed eas at a decline of from to 1 points. Boston Wed Market Boston, r.b. !. Tha Coanmel ciJ IF I 3 Bulletin will say of the wool market tomorrow: There has been a fair amount of business transacted in Boston during the past week, involving practically all classes of wool. The attention of the trade is being turned particularly to the finer wools at the moment, but prices on medium fleece wools, when sales are effected, are us strong us ever. A few sales of newly arrived South American and Australian wools hav been made but the bulk of the trad ing has, of course, neen in domestic territory nnd scoured wools. Contract ing In the west has continued and the first .Montana clip Is reported con tracted. Foreign primary markets ex cept Buenos Ayres are practically closed. The Livestock Markets. Chicago Livestock. Chicago. Feb. 16. Cattle Receipts, 2,000; market steady. Beeves $4.70 8.60; Texas steers $4.6O0S.75: west ern steers $4.85 (H 7.00; stoekers and feeders $3.80f6.15; cows and heifers $2.10i; fi. 50; calves $5.75 (fl 8.25. Hons Receipts. 30,000; market slow, weak. Light $5.80 O 6.20; mixed $5.90(fi 6.25; heavy $5.90 tft 6.30; rough $5 DOft'O.OS; pigs 4.25tf( 5.86;; bulk of FOles $6.05 (fi 6.25. Sheep Receipts, 6,000; market strong to 10 cents higher. Native $3.35iU4.8ri: western $3.60 fit) 4.0 ; : yearlings $4.85 Ji 5.80; lambs, native, $4.40fi 6.90; wrstern $4.75i':90. Kansas City Livestock. Kinsns City, Feb. 16. Cattle Re ceipts, 6U0, including no southerns. Market steady. Native steers $3.40 (ir 8.25; southern steers $5.00 iff 8.50; roilthern cows and heifers $3.00u6.0; nntlvu cows mid heii ers $.!0 iii 11.50 , stoekers and feeders $4.0011.60; hulls $3,006)5.25; calves $4.00 if 7.50 ; west ern steers $ 5.00 fit) 7.25; western cows $3.006i 6.25. Hogs Receipts. 4,500; market steadv: bulk of sales 5.8.r, fri'0.30; heavy $6.15(u 6.25; packers and butchers $6.001.6.25; lights $5.75 to 8.1 0 ; ; pigs $4.50fi'5.25. Khpcp Receipts, 1,000; market strong; muttons $3.25 to 4.65; lambs $5.25 M 6.00; fed wethers und yonr Unss $3.60i5.60; fed ewes $2.76? 4.00. LEGAL NOTICES. TrricKTOiuiulKTiK Bids will he received at the office of the county clerk of Bernalillo co-tnty up to 2 o'clock In the after noon of Monday, February 19th, 1912, for the construction of a wing dam, mfl Innr, ..n (ha WMt bank of the Rio Grande, above the Burelas bridge, at a piaco 10 De ucnmim":,. j the county surveyor said wing dam . 1, AA..i.,iMnil ,i f .ill 2 ft feet long. IU uuiinuuti.. ' ' . I ' not lens than 1 foot in diameter at 4k. i. inn. hnn ft inr'Kp In lll3 I'Ull ll"l iroq . w - diameter at the point ana to be , i uu n.19 planned, wnen in pmce, win. nl..lr nnin rt H 111 PTB TTI ftHfl specifications on file In the clerk s nrf w nnin niie. in on unveil iu n depth of 20 feet, 6 Inches below low water mark. All work and ma terial to be In accordance with specifi cations on file and to be inspected by and satisfactory to the county sur veyor. ml.- will Via FA. J IIO outi real ui , - quired to give bond, acceptable to the UOniU Ol CUUIIiy UIIIininDiviiriio, wu.. ditioned for the faithful performance of the contract. The board reserves the right to re ject any or all bids. By order of the board of county commissioners. A. E. WALKER, Clerk. February 6th, 1912. Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office at Santa Fe, N. M. February 6, 1912. Notice la hereby given that Mooncy Wetmore, of La r una, N. M., who on November 25, 1S06, made Homestead, No. 07907. for NW" 1-4 SV 1-4, Sec tion 24. Township 7 N., Range 6 W., N. M. P. Meridian, 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. M., on the 12 day of March, 112. Claimant names as witnesses: John 8. Pradt. Hill Kie, Juanito Slsero nnd Bert Wetmore, ail of Lsguna, N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. Feb. 8. March 8. NOTICE. Department of t'.-.e Interior, U. R. Land Office, at Santa Fe. New Mexico. February 8, 1912. Notice Is hereby riven that Jacob Scofleck. of jbuquerque, N. M., who, on August 21. 1905 made homestead entry. No. 8474 (06833). for 8. W. Section 27, Township 10 N., Range 3 E N. M. P. M. meridian, hns filed notice of Intention to make final flve year proof to establish claim to the Inrd i.bove devrlhed, before A. 10. "A'alkei. Probate Clei k, at Albuquer oue. New Mexico, on the 16th day of March. 1J12. Claimant names as witnesses: Allan C. Bone, of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Joseph Dsgner, of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Mrs I- K. Werner, of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Kdward C. Llppltt, of Albuquerque. New Mexico. MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. Albuquerque M rnlng Journal. Department of the Interior. U. 8. Land Office at Ranta Fe, N. M. February, . HI 2. Notice la hereby given that Bert Wetmore. i t Iiguna. N. M.. who. on Dec. 13, 1(06, made Homestead 0016, No. 10381. for HV 1-4 SW 1-4. Sec tion IS, Twnhip 7 N., Range 4 W.. N. M- P Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make Final five-rear Proor, to establish claim trt the land above described, before Probate Clerk, at Albuquerque, N. M., on the 13 day of March, 11I. Claimant names as witnesses: John 8. Pradt. Hill Kle, Juanito Sisero and M miner Wetmore, all of Iguna. N. M. MANTEL It. OTERO, Register. Ft b S. Mwh FOR RENT Rooms with Board MiTeStSs "rooms with board. Mrs. B. C OHarrow. 1 l- N. 2nd. UpH RENT Front room; lady pre ferred; bonrd if required. 613 W. ted Ave. No sick. FOR RENT Ieairable furnished rooms with board. No eick. Phcne 1S w. ROOMS with board. cls In. home . rvokiag. 121 fouth EJllsj strvt-C YOU HAVE A WANT TELL IT THROUGH THE JOURNAL PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS ' ilOSETTrcTuiXs. On furniture, pianos, organs, horses, wagons and other chattels; also on salaries and warehouse receipts; as low aa $10.00 and as high as $180.00. Loar 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 us before borrowing. Steamship tickets to ana from an narts of the world. PRIVATE OFFICES Open Evenings, TIIK IIOi:SKl.t'" l.u.N tx., Rooms S and 4. Urnut Building. St03'i West Central Avenue. FOR SALE. 12900 B-room brick, modern, good cellar. N. Fourth street, close in. $3200 6-room brick, modern, hard wood floors, fire place, corner lot, Highlands; $700 cash, balance 8 per cent. $3800 6-room modern bungalow, lot 75x150, lawn, trees. N. 11th St. $800 4-room frame, good lot, shads trees, near shops. Easy terms. II2E0 7-room frame, bath, furnish ed, corner lot, good barn. So. Arno. $1200 4-roon. frame, good lot, city water, N. kth nt. $C00 cash, bal ance 8 per cent $1,800 4-room brick and 5-room frame, both on lot 60x142, High lands, close In; $900 cash; balanca I per cent. MONKY TO LOW. FU51J IXSl'R ANt'K. A. FLEISCHER 111 South Fourth Street. Plionei 74. Next to New Postofflc HELP WANTED Male. h.MI'IAIt MKVi AI.KNt 1. 21) W. Sliver Phone 854 WANTED Teamsters, laborers, and waitresses; good woman cook. WANTED -Bright boys, between ages of 14 and 16, for errnnd, boys, at the Economist. WANTED Young man to assist !n drug store. Must have some ex perience. Apply to W. V. Walton, druggist. WANTED Men at Los Aimeles. Can learn trade. Fulr wages atter sec ond month. Automobiles, electricity, plumbing, bricklaying. Practical work on Bctual Jobs. 1 200 students last five years, only few months re quired. United Truda School, Los An geles. H ELp.y( Ay,!Pp?ieA WANTED NurmTg7rT Apply Mrs. D. Weinman, 70S West Copper WANTED A woman for second cook. Apply nt Home Restaurant, No. 205 West !old avenue. WANTED A coilllietenl girl for genera! housework nnd conking. Apply to Mrs. N. T. Armljo, 623 W, Copper avenue. WANTED Clirl to do housework; , two In family. Apply 817 N. Eighth street. ' WANTED .Middle aged woman for general housework. Two In family. 224 N. High St. WANTED A competent girl for gen eral housework. Inquire GOO North Fourth street. FOR RENT Dwellings. FOR RENT Six-room and bath, new and modern; gas range In kitchen, hot water heat; also modern complete furnished 6-room apartment with bath and gas range. Apply to A. W. Anson. 816 North Rth St. FOR RENT Eive-room brick house, modern. Inquire 620 R Third. FOR RENT Three-room furnished house. 916 North Eighth street. FOR SALE OR RENT Furnl.'hed 7 toom residence. One hePt location in city. Inquire on premises, 623 W. Copper. FOR RENT Well furnished modern bungalow, with sleeping porch; fine location. Address M. F Journal. FOR RENT Seven-room modern brick; steam heat, at 103 8. Walter; $35 per month. Apply 406 H. Walter. FOR RENT 5-rin. house, completely furnished; modern: will sell furni ture to tenant. 415 North Fifth St. WANTED Miscellaneous. WANTED ('aipet cleaning. Phone 668, 20R E. Central. WANTED Utilise building and gen eral Job work. Barton Keller. Phone 1292 W. Phone 110- Office 411 W. CVpper Ave. WOI.KINU A BON, Complete Irrigation Plant. AGENTS FOR SIMPI.I3 OIL Elf. t.lNK CO. EcflpM and A'TOmotor Windmill Well drilling and retiring. WANTED Dressmaking- or will sew by the day. 411 S. Edith St. Phone 1000. CINDERS for the hauling, at Hotel Cralg. Phone 56. TANN'Tno Furs well tanned ami mounted; mnd tip If desired. Phone 2. D. J. Cook. I0n Kirester. BUSINESS CHANCES $1.ZS PEK WORD inserting classified ads In 3 lending pspers In the IT. 8 Send for list. The Dnke Adver tising Agency, 4.13 Main St., Los An celin. or II !etir 8t.. San Frnc1ro. $2,NM.IHt to loan hi lnini real eclair- at M r (ml, ,la largi-i amounts. Mill Kl F In acre rant h. all under -HliltaiiiMi: rh-li wHI: n-ar main dlic-li. niM- mil" mrtli of l.n; a nul bargain. l.i..ooo. IH 4 ICF ram-.i. mm nll- north f own: im-w fnt-eti.,m tiie. on main dlt.-li. all awliT HltlllMi. e .-,. -r acre. l- r en t niniii ,;:mt rara lM-. arr fir tmall. Mofit'tia, !"( vtmih Ihlrd Mrm. FOR SALE Hot'ses room brick. I ' Tfcx 1 4 ?. fruit and shnde tr s. lawn, at a l.;irgaiii. 7t W. Roma. ; FOR RALE rM-fn brick houwi. close in m t K-tf-t-w 1t V. T'"t-.. Results From Journal Want Ad$ BETTER LOOK atTHIS1 Five-room, modern house, fire place, good porches, east front, lawn, and shubbery. This Is a very desir able home. ITIi-w Only $2:100.00. FIRE INSURANCE AND LOANS Porterf ield Co. 216 West Gold For Salc-A "Home" Concrete foundation. Four nice rooms. Modern plumbing. Fino electric llxtures. Fifty-font lot. On street car line. Owner leaving city. Underprlced at $1,800. Terms arranged. Except loruil bargain. Money to lend. U(s lor sale on Thirteenth street, THAXTON Cold Ave. & CO., "Phone, 211 W, 657. FOR SALE Livestock, Poultry FO 11 SALIC Finn saddle or driving mare. 616 West Copper. FOR SALE Eggafor hatching, fresh every dav from thoroughbred R. I. Reds, n. Rocks, W. Orpingtons and W, Rocks. Also Orpington cockerels. Phone 1510 W. 413 S. Broadway. Foil SALE Team of goo-1 ponies, set of double harness; good slued wngon, almost new, und buggy with top. A. Dick. 715 E. Silver. FOR SALE Ten hives of bees. 824 William St. WHITE PLYMOUTH RoCKH, 15 eggs for $1. 11. 11. lluiris, 610 8. Edith. Phime 783; Foil SALE Thoroughbred eggs lor 1009 hutching. BlucK i.nnshuns. Fvrcstcr Ave. Pluine 3 26. FOR SALE thoroughbred eggs foi hatching from winter layers. 8. O. Black Minorcus $1 per 13. Barred Plymouth Rocks $1 per 16; 8. C. White Leghorns $1 per 16; Wm. UleU, 413 West Atlantic. Phone 14 8 3 W. FOR RALE flood 1100-pound mare, broke, single nnd double. Orannls Riding School, 114 W. Silver. MOUNTAIN View ronoh, 1 mile north of Old Town. Eggs from thoroughbred White Leghorns, liliick Mlnorlcas. It. C. and S. C. R. 1. Ruls; tl per selling. E. K. lloolh, I', o.. Old Albuquerque. Foil SALE Cycle HntciierH ami old Trusty Incubator; eggs for hutch ing. Phone 1402-J. Hlllswall ranch, Albuquerque. FOR SALE Fine driving horse, I buggy and harness. A bargain Ifi taken at once. 418 S. Arno Si. Foil SALE Well bled Collie pup. McSpadih-n, 1400 S. lldwy. Phone 724. FOR SALE Horse and cart, gulialilo for mall carrier or biitchor. Ap ply 710 West Lend avenue. FOR SALE Black LungHhan eggs, $i.00 per setting, from prlxa win ning sIock, El Paso nnd Kansas City; also doxi-n Plymouth Rock pullets. 212 South Broadway. 1 FOR SA LE -flood driving horse, cheap. See Henderson, Singer Sew ing .Machine office. Foil SALE A few good young laving hens. Ideal Poultry Ranch, Old Al buquerque. Phone 1 39H-R. FOR SALE Sixty hens Pence's Broadway. wagon yard. 200 North EliUS W. Legnoin, 5 CIS.; U. Rock, 6 cts.; Buff Orpington. 8 cts.; Ckls. for sale 211 So. Hlgt.. Eggs for hatching, two pens White Wynndoltes. $1.60 and $2.00 per l.i. R. C. White Orpingtons. $3 por 15. Thoroughbred and prise winners. P O. Box 417. Acme Poultry Y rda, No. 1215 N. Bill. FOR SALE Thoroughbred eggs fi.r hatching;, It. C R. I. Rods, Mottlodl Anronas and H. P. Rocks. Also; baby chicks. Book orders early. I I K. Thomas, 717 E. Haieldlne Ave., P. O Box 111. ! Foil SALE In order to make room, 12 bens anil rooster. White Rocks, from prize winning slock, inquire Th'. Ihcrwood, finfi John street. i , , - l.-, tit 1 1 1 I -1 1 I V, 1 rriiin llio ll.-l 1 of laying strain, $1.00 for 13, Illat-Kl Minorcus. irred rock; til egg- rec- i,rd: single i Ail, l.thurn wvrknrnllA nnd s'ngln comb It. 1. reds. All choice and heiilihy. Visitors always wel come. Inspection solicited, fhone 13kR. Ideal poultry Ranch, OIU Albuoueroiio. OUT EARLY CHICKS They grow better than late hatches. Let me rell you some, or take your order for later delivery. If you have eggs you want hatched, bring them to me. My S otio-etg hot water Incubator Is plac id In a Peimr ami w in nun n loor and better chicks, ruol lesa man t f cirs: charges 3c iter egg. Come and ..... irict for chickens. February de - l..- Itjirrr-.l Hnkl. 2 Sc. $1 per 160; White Leghorns. Ic. $14 per, w i-t u .rrh- lt.irrea Rocks. 18-!. , 114 per 100; R. I. Reds. 17c. $14 per tn: White leghorns. 15c. $12 per 100. 634. W. Vandersluls, Box 348. Phone WANTED Positions. - i wavti Ti l-osition by exper'cni-etl bookke-fM-r. fnmill'ir with mnnuf.-ic-; turlna- and iiiercnnlll' work; elso rx-' lerlcnc, d ss r.i.hier. tlmekeeff r. , sl.K k clerk; Mrfe t health: not par-i tiriilT ss to liH Stlt.n. Address M.. j M' Jxirn-1. j j m.ni oiild ' WANTEti -oKltion by ysmg srauninted Hh ff fl e wik: tike wotk cf any Itlnd. P. t. eare Mornir-g Jo'irn.' I. P ilTIoNanied. eltht-r temporary r ntn. Intnl. hr rxiwrtence.l slr-n- t grsplier n, ofltcf man. J.C tit. Pbwbe 346. N., IU saws i ilj II ifaaim .,jW'tiLlK'jllSf..il!!isHn!SaK STORAGE. WANTED Pianos, household goods, etc., stored safely at reasonable rates. Advances made. Phone 64U The Security Warehouse & Improve ment Co. Offices: Rooms 3 ana 4, Qrant block, Third street and Central avenue FOR SALE Real Estate. " FOR SALE. A fine home, all furnished, fine Jer sey cow, over 100 chickens, gasoline engine and tank, fruit trees. All lor Part cash, bulnnce easy terms. I'KAK & (it Rl I F.. Phone 81H 201 W. Gold RANCH FOR KALI:. See owner. 1-2 mile north of In dian school. Lewis Jones (Ranch.) FOR SALE tilt TRADE Six-room modern brick house; fine sleeping porch, barn, fruit und shuda trees. Terms reasonable. Apply 406 South Walter. WANTED To correspond with own ers; large and small tract land for sale. Box 273. Mi Klnney. Tex. FOR SALE Tw near cur line; t lots in Highlands, cash or terms. For particulars apply jit 1 2JJ5Arno. FOIl HALE -First orTer oFsloO cash takes two choice lots on North First street. Inquire 934 North Eighth. COVNTRY HOME FOR KAI.ltt OR i:.chax;i:. Ill n. small town 38 tnlleg north of Albuouerquc: six room houso recently Improved and renovated; sleeping norch. outbuildings, corral, mature nrehnrd lrrluntlnn ditch nnd about 3 acres of garden. Prion, $1,200. Highly nrndurtlve alfalfa land adjoining, can t had If wanted. Excellent school and dailv mall service; 3 miles from main llne of railroad. Address A. O V care Journal. , FOR SALE Modern 4-room frame house In Highlands; two screened porches, room on porches for three beds; two chicken yards, chicken, coal and wood house; shade trees. Easy terms. .Cull ut 914 South Edith St. FOR SALE I will sell my smaller fruit ranch consisting cf 47 acres, U. S. Patent. Six acres In l-earlng apples and pears. 14 acres alfalfa. 12 acres young orcti ard; 4-room house and complete smudKlng plant, with 2,500 gallons of oil for a cimh payment of $2,601); nni nnoe at 7 per cent and will also lease to purchaser of the above my ad Joining larger fruit rnneh, consisting of 12 acres bearing fruit trees; 2,000 . n ..w.tlfn IteHring grapn vines, iw ncit-n iimhiii, 80-nere 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 alfalfa will pay for j the smaller runcn nit. T, W. IIKARDSI.ICY, :iWell, N. M. FOR RENT Rooms. FOR RENT Furnished rooms; mod ern: no sick. Apply 608 W Central. FOR RENT Modern rooms, Crando Hotel. 619 W. Central. Hlo FOR RENT llrlck cottuge and fur nished rooms. 218 South Walter. FOR RENT The best located room I Ing house In the city. Enquire at ! tl 8 West Hold Ave. j FOR RENT Two i for housekeeping; furnished room modern, $12. 015 So. Arno FOR RENT Furnished light housekeeping. North Second street. rooms Apply for 4u2 Ft ill RENT one large, nicely fur nished room, modern; no sick, 'U En st Central. FOR RENT I wo front rooms for light housekeeping; oil modern conveniences. K2 West Silver. Foil RENT Nice newly furnished rooms for housekeeping. Cheap. I Opposite Orpheum theater. 607 South I Second St. FOR RENT Furnished rooms lol housekeeping; all Conveniences. Phone 14 87 W. ' AMERICAN HOTEL 509 4 W. Central, single, double or cnsulte. Rooms lv or Mcfk. RF.AMINAHI.K PHICfW. FOR RENT Apartments. rwn nr.ni n u. now ' ","""'. " ,,, miiiiui. .-. . ....... Foil BENT Four i.-li ceplng. 410 rooms for S. Edith. light b. FUR RENT Opposite park, 8-room apnrtmefits, furnished or unfurnish ed. Steam hent, modern throughout ritl Tt.nf.rh Mr.nf MlMlwit "FOR SALE Miscellaneous. 1 i I'h v III I EKi lor s:tl vr rein. FmlerwiMol T)i"-rlt. r Co., J2L. W. Oold Ave. Phone 1 4 r FMlSAI.E--r ilebl 2--:il.-d suirej. (-. A. I unison, ."i v . "ui"-r. sAI.E Engs f-r Imli hlug Hull i ornliimrlon nnd White Wynndoltes. 11.2.'. , T I '. . I. .Moilllu. 1 1 i S. H gh. Foil SALE Inn ririnto Inle, u.llllll II, a. K,,,. onions, ...i"( i-. gooii par snips, 6. Ail lbs. good si rots, r,.n0 Urn. koo.I f.lbl.ago. f.,IH(() lbs. good lM-ets, one three-tnih wagon, one sit hiay dotilde hnrncHS, one huckcl pump for Irrigating. Apply i Joim Mann. l oll SALE II 11 r . ho. Inrii I K 1". CHI H. ch.-.,.; I.routi- also sewing ln'i way. FOR RENT Ranches. FOR RENT Ranch with how and stable, alfalfa and fruit lr.es. on Moon's"" rond. pt.l iit W. Tlif-rsa. WANTED Rooms. WAN I IP mils tlt-ni Hl.le rooin iii i-nuli: f u.il. Auauss t. PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS. It. W. 1). BRYAN Attorney-at-1-.s.w. Office In First National Bank Bulla ing, Albuquerque. N. M. JOHN W. WILSON Attorney-nt-Law. Rooms 16-17-10 Cromwell Building, lies. Phone 1622W ; Office Phone 1172. jf.or(;e s. klock Attorney. ltooins 8-9, Stern Hldg., Albuquerque, Amerl.'nn Surely Bonds. DENTISTS. DR. J. K. KRAFT Denlul Surgeon. Rooms 2-3, Burnett Bids. Phone 74$ Appointments Made by Mall. RiYsiciANs A. O. SHORTI'.L, M. I). Practice Limited to Tuberculosis. Hours to 11. 224 W. Central Ave. Over Walton's Drug Store. W. M. SHERIDAN, M. D. Practice Limited to Genitro-Urinary Diseases. The Wnssermanri und Noguchl Testa, Salvarsun "600" Adrnltitstered. State Na llotm I Bank Hillhlllig. Albuquerque, New Mexico, GEO. V., WOflDS, M. !. I'hyslclan and Surgeon. Orant HulUllrij:. Phones, Office 1121; Residence 1662W JOSEPH S. CIP1-N. M. !. Suite 1-3. Whiting Bldg. Hours, 9-11 a. in., 2-4 p. m., 7-1 p. Phones 11 19-64. W. U. PATTFRKOV, M. D. Disease of Women and Obstetrlci. fiver Wnllon's drug store. Phone 1188 SOLOMON L. BI RTON, M. W., Physician and Surgeon. Suit Burnett Bide;. INSURANCE. ARTIU'R WALK Ell Fire Insurnnce. Secretary Mntiml Biillding Association f'hone 695, W. Central Avenue VETERINARIANS. F. If. HARIt.'D. V. S. Veterinary Surgeon, rtrndnnte Chicago Vet. Collepe. lift. Office nnd Hospital, Corner First and Murquetle. Phono 777. Day A Night. LOST. LOST An English setter pup. Re turn to L. C. lik-lltx. room fl, N. T. Armljo building, or 223 N. High 81., H tul receive reward. Lost Wednesday evening, between Twelfth street and II lining's castle, a long white silvery scarf: kindly re turn to 215 North Twelfth street. Lllicrui reward. SADDLE HORSES e fJllANNI RIDIN'U SCHOOL. e First Class Riding Horses. e Phono HUH. Ill W. fillvcr. Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON for Picture Frames Fourth Street and Copper Ave. DAILY MAIL SERVICE AND STAG! For the famous Hot Springe ol Jemex, N. M, Leives Albuquerque P. O. every morning at I a. a. Tick- eU sold at Vsjo Bros., $07 North Flrel street, OA VIVO i.ARCIA. proprletol and mall contractor. P. O. Bog It 1403 S. Broadway. Phone 120W. SANTA FE TIMETABLE mm Fff.Hlw Niivi-iiilM-r I -ill, t lllhUlld. Arrives Itll Dcpsrte g top 11:26 11 OSp 12:46a No. 1 C-l Express , , Cnl. Limited . 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