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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAt.THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1912.
SEVEN. IfinCE 1 CpiElCE 1 Wflll "StrCCt. 1 '"" '. New Turk. April 3. Although Driers of stundurd. stocks yielded but liille today, the reactionary moe- chares. . , , , ,,. . ment tonight tecume pronounced and "Vv': ;,,t .. t. dealing, fell jo the smallest dealing. BOStOn Milllna StOCkS lor a fortnight. Sentiment Inclined ,.; uwwn wtM, evidently to the wiling side, this ele- ment finding Its reflection In the heuvl- Allouos mem "" .. A mn lira ma led Couiier news "I . - I'11,S,1 MfllPH RlHfl. 1J1I11U1 M " ' . ,t ,.iflc and Reading with somo or me uu"ra, Decline, outnumbered gains i?Pte opening. Canadian Pacific w is the m conspicuous exception, open- points, following in rut ... ....... three points in London. Its strcn usvcrt as an excuse to adva Fries on the now familiar rumor of s r. in.ll "n Pncllic-Erlo traffic alliance. t .UI.I ii i tv..i,i, Ireland tUVper Cent bds -ur. . . . IK.. I ... L-..viinn:i In. niKhud rumors that I-ickawnnna In- . . i...i.lr,- Tli n market li k-- tfl'eSIS Ti iiu.i. ..Hi- ,UIea rn even ,B0 u. the taj .mur under the lead or Bleu snaics. a ... livliv increased but the movement wag tiwij iniiK" ...,,, . brief and Amalgamated Copper. Amer. lean Smelting, Union Pacific and I.c- high Valley fet to the lowest of the day The day broiiRht no new advance I formation of moment. The only flnmi. dug announced was mat or, me to which bus received permission to sell $10,000,000 of llnce-yeur 5 per cent note. . A compilation of the new securities issued In the first quarter of the cur - rent year shows that the railroads put out a smaller umount of notes than in the suiiie quarter of 11)11, while the industrials showed an Increase. Allls Chalmers pfd 50 iAinalKfimated Copper 82 American Agricultural 60 Am'-rlcan Heet Sugar 60 American Can 23 American Car & Foundry 50 American Cotton Oil 03 American Hide & Leather pfd. 24 American Ice Securities ...... 2194 American Linseed 11 American Locomotive 30 American Smelting & ltefg. .. 86 do. Pfd 106 Am. Steel Foundries 32 American Sugar llof Intntr ....129 American Tel. & Tel 145 American Tobacco, pfd. 105 American Woolen .-. 28 Anaconda Mlnlnu Co, 43 Atohlson 108 do. pfd , 103 Atlantic Coast Line 139 Haitlinore & Ohio 107 Uethlehem Hteel 34 Itruoklyn ltapld Transit 83 Canadian Pacific 241 Central Leather 23 do. pfd 88 Central of Now Jersey ..350ft 365 Ch'-sopenke & Ohio 79 Chicago & Alton 2125 Chicago Great Western 19 do. pfd 37 ChlcUKo & North Western .144 Chicane, Mil. & St. Paul C, C, C. & St. Louis . . Colorado Fuel & Iron . Colorado & Southern . Consolidated Gas Corn Products .110 . 57 . 29 . 44 .144 ' t ' 14 Delaware & Hudson 169 Denver & Rio Orande 23 do. pfd 43 Dimmers' Securities 31 Lrio 36 do. 1st. pfd 55 do. 2nd. pfd 45 (leneral Klcctric 167 Creiit Northern pfd 133 tircat Northern Ore Ctfs y. 41 Illinois Central 128 InterliormiKh-Mct 1 do. pM 511 Inter Harvester 114 Inter-.Marlne pfd 23 International Paper , 13 International Pump 30 ',4 Iowa Ccntrul 11 Kansas city Southern 27 do. pfd S3 Laclede Gas Louisville & Nashville .. I!m,W... ....H- V- L.. T .106 ,ir,6 . 21 .1.19 . 30 . 3 . 45 .148 . 66 . 29 .113 Minn., M, p. & Sault Ste, Missouri. Kansas & Texas M. do. pfd , . . Missouri Pacific National lllseult National Lead Nat I. Kyi. cif Mexico 2d. pfd. New yrk Central New York, Ontario Norfolk & Western . & Western 38 . .' 119 79 123 33 123 1M8 North American , Northern Pacific Pacific Mall Pensylvanin Peopl . Gas Plltsl.urx. C. C. St. Louis . Pittsburg Cool Pressed Sum-i far Pullman Palace Car Hallway steel Spring Heading i llelMiHIc . . . .'..'. .'.'.V. do. pfd Hock Inland Co. d. pf.t I.ouls San Fran. 2d. pfd. fr't. Louis Southwestern do. pfd 107 20 34 160 11 162 21 7 2 54 41 33 - 73 !ss Sheffield Steel & Iron 450 48 southern Pacific .11J out hern Itsllwuy do. pM T-nncB.,! Copper Texa & Pacific Tlio. St. Lout, Weft. , Pfd. , Union Pacific do. I'M United Statea Realty I ailed States P.ubher I nlted states Steel in. pfd 1 Uh C.pK.r J'rulnU Carolina Chemical ''iih d"- PM. ..... ........ . . . Je,rn Mar)and " eutlmhoine Klectrle . . . . Wew.rn j-nlon Wh'ina Ukr Krie fh'Kh Valley ''hin fop ". . I:v Vnm .'..'. .". .'. . Ai". T.lw 2 .. 13 . 40 . . 2J .14 ..32 .171 . 1 ,. 77 .. 55 . .111 . C2 . 51 . 7 . 20 . 62 . 75 .11 , . ' 7 .1(4 . 28 . IS .2 V T"tl olTerlnc- f Mnd. notes nf tKk for the last quarter ret'l '... ,n increw of lUJ.se.- "Ver last year. t.ond. were Arm; total rale, par vl-e, $2.1,M. i - ... --- n.ee-.e.- r r .. ( Un,tPd Btates bonds were unchungad i Bur silver 68 c. Mexican dollars 47c. , Total eules tor the day 508.600 . 45 . 82 . 27 . 6 . -714 73 .485 . . mi ' Am'ti 5Mni T pml A Sr., . Ar!na Cwmmerrtai .. . . CwbCop. & Sii. Mg. Ca timet & Arizona East Butte Cop. Mno 14 Franklin 15 rtiroux Consolidated 5 "u " Uranby Consolidated . . Greene Cumtnea 42 9 27 2 40 til V4. 28 , 82 '4 20 7 32 7- " '" IVCII I.BKO Lake Copper . C..II,, (Soulier ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ... " ' ' ' ' '' '," ' Nevada Consolidated . N, , , Mim.g C ! .1 1 North Butti North Lake Old Dominion 53 - . c;s,,Ci,,. ...... .lit qu(.v . 84 . 15 . 33 . 3 , 30 . 39 . 48 .19 . 62 . 7 .112 Shannon B,lpror superior & Boston Mln, j Tamarack , U. H. Sm. Itef. & Mill. . j do. pfd , Utah Consolidated . . . . I'tali Copper Co .Winona Wolverine Chicago Board of Trade. Chicago, April 3. Gilt edge weath er for growing In Kansas and Okla homa end for seeding In the DukoUis and Minnesota encouraged the specu lators to pound the price of wheat. Latest trading left the market at a decline of e to le. Corn off c to c and oats with a loss of c to c. Hog products varied from the same as Monday nlfiht to a decline of a dime. Attention in the wheat pit veered al most completely from the May option to the new crop. The southwest sold larBe amounts of July future here, the reason not only being the fine (trowing weather of the last two days but an official forecast of similar condition! to come. Minneapolis sent word that seeding operations would be in full swing all over the three principal northwestern states by the end of the week. Some seeding was said already to be undr way in Canada. 'An estimate put forth on high authority that the wheat cron of the United States. April 1 showed a condition of 81.2 per cent axalnst 83.3 a year at?o fell hot. The crowd went on selling new crop months ami wheat reached a new level. July ranged from 9$c to95o with the final tone steady at 95 c. Corn weakened with wheat and in absvnee of a general move to secure profits. Prospects of lighter Teedina; hnd a disconcerting effect on the bull side. Cheap offerings of low grade Canudlan wheat at Omaha also count, ed against values of ordinary forage, May corn fluctuated from 74 c to 75 and closed easy down at 75 c Cash grades were weak. No. 2 yellow was quoted at 74 f75c for car lots. p.rlght promises of a start soon on planting made the price of oats wilt. The northwest reported a big acreage probable and said soil conditions were perfect. .Outside limits for May proved to be 54fj'55c with last sales 54c, an easing oft from Mondays latest figures. There was a huge trade In provi sions. Packers, however, met freely the general outside and foreign buy ing so that In the end the market stood unaltered of off a shpdc to 10c. The Livestock Markets. Kansas City IjTCstook. Kansas City, April, 3. Catfle llc- colpts 4.600 Including 400 southerns. Market sternly lo 10c higher. Native steers t4.O04fft.fi0: southern steers 8,75 to 7.50: southern cows and heifers M.50W6.7S: native cows and heifers $3.501 7.00: stockers and feeders t4.7i 6.7t; bull t4.23&,7.'.i calves j.d'l ((8.25; western steers t3.75fi8.00: western cows t3.50ft t.00. Hogs Itecelpts. g.OOO. Market steady to strong. Hulk of sales t7.7d Oi 7.95; heavy t7.5 fi 8.03 ; packers end butchers t7.75 H .; lights 7. 0 7.75; pigs t5.50i t.tO. Kheep Keceipt 7.UP0. Market 10J higher. Muttons 3.0Si 6.60; lamln M.754? 8.0; fed wethers and yearlings t5.25i7.10; fed ewes, $1.50 ii 6. "0. i Chicago Urcdlocic : Chicago.. April I. tttl- Receipt! 13.100. Market steady, lo 10c higher, lieeves t.30 8.75; Tras steers $4.60 ffS.KO: western steers t5.titr6.SS; stockers and feeders $4.411 S.tii: cows and heifers $2.50i.70. calves $. 8.7$. Hogs Keeelpts 53.0H0. Market steady to a shade higher: IJght $7.60 8.00; mixed t7.70 i.at: heavy t7.7 8.5: rough tL7tr7.t: piga $5.33 fi 7.55; bulk of sales $7i 4i 1.00. Shep KeceipU SO.nuO. Mark'.-I steady lo a shade higher. Native $4.001 .5; western $4.t40; yearlings $5.751 7.00: lambs, native $5.i7.$5; wester t.25i 1.25. St. Louis Wool. Ft. lxiul, April I. Wool steadv: territory and western mediums I fi ne; fine mediums 15 41 17 ; Hoe lb lie. . New York. Cotton. New York. April . market rfcwed quiet at of 4 lo point. -The cotton I m-t decline nnhie Joiunrimal IF, To xB Ianel Photo : FREE To Journal Want Ad Users. The Morning Journal will give, for a limited time, with each cash Want Ad of 25 cents or over, an order on the Grny Studio for one of tholr best 3x6 panel Photo, worth tl.50. There la nothing to pay and no obligation. . JUST PLACE YOUK WANT AO -THE MOHXING JOUKNAL. IN The Metal Markets. New York, April 3. Standard cop per quiet; spot tl5.25Ci15.75; April and May tl 5.53 (fi 15. TO; June mid July 155515.75. London Btrong, spot 59, 15s; futures 60, 12s. Oil. Arrivals re ported at New York today 520 tons. Custom house returns show exports of 2.022 tons so tar this month. Luke copper 10!hlfic: electrolytic 16c casting 15 ((. I5c. Lead quiet JLaoi 4.40 New York; London 16, 3s, d. Spelter dull and nominal $0.60 ' 6.80 New York; London 25, 7s, 6d. Antimony, qoit; Cooksonn f8.00. Iron, Cleveland warrants 51s 10 d in London, licully iron was steady; No. 1 foundry northern tl5.25$H5.75; No. 2 f 1 4 . 7 5 (f i 13.25; No. 1 southern and No. 1 southern soft tl5.25fi l3.75 St. IkiiiIh Spelter. Ft. Louis. April 3. Lead $4.35; speller firm $6.60. firmer Twenty-Seven Italians . Con cealed in Ship by Two of Crew Taken by Immigration Officials and Police. " lie Mnralng Jonral Kperlal laiwd Wire. I liosliui. April 3. Aflcr tha caplurc tuilay by the Immigration officials and Huston polleo of l cnly-scvcn 1 1 n 1 1; li Htowaways on board Ihe White Slar liner Cretlo, two of the ship's crew, lisled as Interpreters, were arrested, charg-d with cimnplrHoy to bring Into Ih s i ounliy aliens not cliglldo to en ter the United States. According to the stowaways they were approached in Naples by a man ho offered to secure their transpor tation and entranc Into the United Stales for forty lire (about ts) apiece. I'ntll yesterday they sold they min gled freely with the steerage passen ger and nte the meals provided In that part of the Meamnr. I nst night they were hidden In an I'nuwd copper water tank In the aft peak, wh.-re thuv were found today af ter a thorough search of the ship. The immigration officials had received In formation that more than a score of undesirable Italians were supHse.l ! uve secreted themselves on honrU the Cretl.!. It w reported that tlierf cm dangerous criminals anions tl tni. Accordingly a large force of I nmigralion Inspeclora and pobc i nrrc on hand when the vessel doiked. Torpedo IWual IH-ilrt'Vcr l-amifticd. Philadelphia, April 3. The torpedo IkwU destroyer Jarvts. was launched today from th' yard of the New York Fhi Huildlng Ci,mwiny In Camden. Sne Is J3 feet. 1 im hen long. Her ci til ra t lls f x a speed of 2 knots an hour. 4 Htlinr CliannH TIiiimi jIi I'-e. tmluth. Minn.. April 3. To fa Ill tat the enrlv movement of gr,nn th; interstate commerce commisskm I weaker. James Wha'wn. of Port Arthur. I. tutt.rg a hunn-l tsruu-h the h-eflelda from J'rt 1 In- pen water bfti-n mil.- -ir. A p.ce thirty feet In width Is Itin cut. tlx ?y.J. I ' 1 i wy. ( . - . - 4 r 1 ,. t V s i v I - in n f v. SEAMEN ARRESTED FORIMPOmi STOWAWAYS YOU HAVE A WANT TELL IT THROUGH .THE JOURNAL 3TC rRSONiROPERTY LOW MONEY TO IXJAN On furniture, pianos, ' organs, horse, wagons and other chattels: also on snhirle and warehouse receipts; a low a ;10.00 and a high as 1180.00. loarm are quickly made and strictly private. Time one month to one year given. Goods to remain In yoit pos session. Our rates are reasonable. Call and see u before borrowing. Steamship ticket to and from all parts of the world. . PRIVATE OFFICES Open B;vening nU2 HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO. ICmiois sod I. Urant Bulldliu Wert Central venue 12100 4-room bungalow, 2 sleeping porches, largo adobe house, good outbuilding, lot 150x142, near Unl vorsUy; terms. J2900 8-room doul lo brick, bath, rents for J33 per month; Highlanihi, close in; I mis. tismi 5 acres of good land near saw mill, largo adobe house, small orch- nt-it' t!itr titrmiL i2750 5-rooiii, modern brick, Tnt BOX j 14 3, corner, gooa snaao; pi. eweonu stroet, close In. $1gft0 4-room brick, and 6-room frame, lot 50x142. Highlands, close In. 1600 cash, balance 8 pet cent. 3500 l-room, modern brick, hot water heat, corner lot sidewalks, trees; term. ' S200 5-rooin brick, modern, hard wood floor, fire place, corner lot Highland: 700 cash, halanc 8 per cent MOVEY TO IOAW. 11HR IXSUHANCK. A. FLEISCHER, 111 South Fourth Stmt, riione 87 1. Neat to New INwuofflor. . Jl l.Lf- WAN T E pIV! ale. KM PLOYMJiT AGKNCY'. 210 W. Silver I'hone 8.VI WAN TIC D Teamsters; woman cook; waitress; good blncksmltlv WANTKU Two good carpenter. N. Fourth street. WANTED Young muu t.vpuwrit'r operator with knowledge of short bond. Apply In own hiind-wrlllnw giving age and salary expected to 11. T. W care Journal office. VA N TE D Good boilerinoker. l.'olc man Blank Company-. 511 West Central avenue. ' ' ' ' "'" YOUNG man, IS or 20 years of age, to make -himself useful and learn thn business. The Lender, 309 und 311 West Central. F. L. COLBURN Employment; Agency 111 West SiHcriAvc, Savoy Hulldlpg. Orders for all kinds ..p.t laborers re ceived. Applications placed. TOGO EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. . Phone 647. All kind of work, ns cook, housework, farm, 'railroad, work, etc. 214 South Second' street, Atbu- querque. I HELP WANTED Female. WANTED A cook. Oood wage. Ap ply 708 W. Copper avenue. SALES girls who Hpcxk Spanish. The U-ader. 3011-311 West Central WANTED Experienced sale woman, Apply at Economist. WANTED Experienced saleswomen, Apply at The Economist WANTED Girl for cooking and gen oral housework. 423 N. Second Ht. WANTED Lmly' bookkeeper; one who can wait on trade. Apply Al buquurque Floral Co. WANTED Girl for geiierul huti.n ....... L. 11,. t.,.r.t. Will..... 1IU1S .1 if n. W in, A'U.i(l,,.l tio.'li, u u v West Tijerus. THOROUGHLY experienced saleswo man. None others nel apply. The Lender, 309 nd 311 West Central WANTED Save your catties' lives farmers' agents wanted; exclusive territory given; bloat relieved Instant ly; sample, trocar 3lc, sella for $1.00. Particular. Motal Novelty Company, maker of dies, models, vatterns and special tools; patents obtained by ex. pert lawyers. Metal Novelty Com pany, 1921 Olivo street. St. Iwiuls Mo WANTED Positions. WANTED Experienced and capable man wants to take charge of sn Independent telephone company in New Mexico. Can furnish references and deliver the coods. Address Hox ;3K, Vaughn, n. m. FOR RENT Rooms. FOH RENT Furnished room; mod ern: no sick. Apply 508 W Central. FOK RENT Modern room. Klo Orande Hotel. 51 W. Central. Foil RENT Furnished room in pri vate family. 422 West Marquette. Foil "ItENT Furnished sleeping room: modern; on car line. 32U South Edith street. FOR RENT Laige, well ventilated front room In private family, with or without hoard, no sick. Phone 14r.J. 707 North Eighth. FOR RENT Three pleasant fur nished rooma for light housekeep ing, r, 1 7 Sooth priiiidw.-.y. FtR RENT I.arge turnished room private family; no sick. Apply 233 North Fifth atreet, phem 15H5NV. FOR KENT Modern furnished rooms also light housekeeping room. Btate Hotel, 121 W. Cen tral. AMERICAN HOTEL 602 V. Central, ftonaaa nlngle. double or eS-lteu B) 1st or Meek. BF.ASOXARLi: I'ltlCTM. WANTED-ToBuy WANTED To buy buggy horse. Dr. Fhtffleld. C11 W. Silver. Phone SOI. WANTED To buy automobile; stfte kind, sire and itrice. I'mk l. AI-buquentiie. WaM Gotainriifis ARncHomefor Sale Fcven-room, modern hduse, only ono block from Central avenuo. East front, large screened porches. This Is an elegant home and can be bought at a price that Is right. See Porterfirld Co FIRE INSURANCE AND LOANS 216 West Gold COZY I.1TT1.K 1IOMK. On account of leaving the city owner is forced to sell neat 3-room cottage with city water, electric lights good lot. convenient location and fine neighbors. Ilia loss is your riur. Hotter see us ut once. Heusonable terms arranged. Money to loan. THAXT0N & CO., 211 V. Ciilcl.' j Phono 57. Foil SALE-MJood, young work horse; sound. PlimuV 1308.M. V. M. Hakes. WHITE PLYMOUTH HOCKS. lSeggs for $1. 1L IL Harri. 610 a Edith. Phone788. t i'Wl 'SALE Thoroughbred egg from H. Hoi'ks and It. I. Heds. I'hone 1510W, 4 13 South Ilrondway. KOli HALE Eggs, K. 1. Heds, Huff Leghorns, $1.0(1 for 15, 1010 Norlh Eighth btroet. Phone 1B60W. EGGS for hatching. s""('. White Leg horn, Wyckoff strain, direct, ti.00 per 1 f. II. C. Awrey, 50JM nrble. Foil SALE Horse, buggy und Isir ncss. 500 South A mo. Foil SALE Single comb Whito Leg horn pena from tirizs winners: tl end 1.50 for 15: tO.OO per 100. Phone 144HM. w. o. t'ecK s rancn. FOll SALE Stylish looking Middle horse, good pacer, perfectly gentle for lady to rldo. 805 North 8lh St. FOH SALE Eggs for hatching; White Leghorns and Harred flocks, 7Ro for 15. Mrs. Todd. 711 N. 14th. Foil SALE Gentle tamlly horse; broke to saddle or harness; hImi two-seated surrey. Inquire Matron & Wood. THEY .lay,' they win, they pav. Won four firsts, one second nt state fair, 1911. II. C. II. I. Ilpds, Mottled An conas and B. P. Hocks. Egg'i and chlcgs for sole. L. E. Thomas, P. O Hox 111. 717 East Hnseloins. FOH SALE latching eggs, white Pekln ducks und 8. C Drown Leu horns. L. 1). Stephan, University llill. HA U Y CHICKS and eggs for hatching from 8. C. White, Drown and Huff Leghorns. M. Hunt, 611 South High. Phono 121CJ. FOH SALE Thoroughbred eggs for hatching, S. C. Black Mlnorcas, $1 per 15, Harred Plymouth Locks, 8. C. Whlto Leghorns, 5c each. Wm Diets, 413 West Atlantic. Phone 1 483W. EGGS for hatching, two pens Whit Wyandotte, $1.00 and tt.50 per 15. It. C. White Orpingtons, t2.00 per 15. Thoroughbred ard prize win ners. P. C). Pox 417, ume Poultry Yards, No. 1215 N. 5th. EGGS FOR HATCHING from the best of laying atraln; $1.00 fcr 13. Black Minnrcna, Harred Rock; 223 egg record; Single Comb Leghorn, Rose and Single Comb H. I. Heds, White Plymouth Rock. All choice and healthy. Visitors always welcome. Inspection solicited. Phone 139811. Ideal Poultry Ranch, Old Albuquer que. . GET EARLY CHICKS They grow better than late hatcher. Let me sell you some, or take your orler for lattr delivery. If you have r(gs you want hatched, bring them to me. My t,000-erg hot water Incubator Is plac ed in a cellar and will hatch mor and better chicks. . Not less than 75 eggs; charges to per egg. Come and see. Trice for ohicken, February de livery; Barred Rocks, tOc, tit per 100; White Leghorns, J6e, $14 per 100. For March: Barred Rocks, lHo, $1t per 100; II. I. Reds, 17c, $14 per 100; White Leghorns, 15a. $12 per 100. W, Vanderalul. Boa 141. Phone 514. PERSONAL WANTED Every stenographer and tvoeu-riier uj"er to aend for free samples of Carbon Papers and Type writer millions; me nest jou ever used. Something new. Angln-Amer- an Ribbon & Carbon Co., San Fran cisco. Cal. WAN TED Board WANTED Room and board in pri vate family, bv young man; not sick. Address E.. care Journal. ' ' " JUS!NES1C"ANCES - $1.25 PER WORD Inserting clarified ads In 3 leading papers in tn IT. S. Send for list. The Isk Adver tising Agency, 433 MUn St.. Itts An geles, or 12 Geary St.. )ai Francisco. FOR HALE I'.akerv. doing giwul bus- ln. Ilavi't time to look after It. Seven year'' lease. Price $3,0dl. Fred E. Klein. Wal-enhiirg, Colo. FOR-SALE Old established buslnes". Money maker all the tline. Hooks and records open for inspection. l"n iiBiii!) option unity. Thaxton & Co.. 211 W. Gold. I FOR PALE OR TRADE Re- ! rkll business, paying good profit. Will hear strictest Investigation. Address J. B, Journal. STORAGE. a ANTED Pianos, household goods, etc.. etored safely al reasonable rate. Advances made. Phone 640,, The Security Warehouse A Improve ment Co. Offices: Kooms 1 and 4, Grant block, Third street and Central avenue FOR SALE Real Estate. FOR SALE. t-room modern brick .. i room modern brick . . loom modern flume , ' room frame. $2500.00 1700.0(1 12.MI (HI Mill.lll) Ky Tel tils VI!! He GHcii. VV.Ms .v Gl Itt I I . t'l.iiiu ;:. v. Gold 1'OIt SALE 7-rooui brick luaisc modern, with ttin c M-foot lots, Unci location, limlnnds, for ;'.! duys. Only tS.XOO.tlt). Tcrms l'oit SAIJC I'lflecii-ncre ranch, all under cultivation, on main dilcli, wilh new, modern frame house, barn mid shells, nlmi't 4 miles on North Fourth fctreet. Price ;l,r00.0o. MONTOYA. 101 H. nl. Mlief I ,0'ti I oi.) ' ' 1-ft'lS too uor'b " I Hus. li i FOK SALE Ilellmiulsbment on 160 acres, shallow water, good soli; miles south. Rwnn Realty Cfi. Foil SALE lt-acre ranch one mile northwest of Indian school. Address F. M. V., Hox 8S2. Citv. ; WILL exchnuge $1,500 equity In res ident property In a live Oklahoma town for a small ranch near some good town In 'New Mexico. Address, E. II. Koyle, 723 South Edith street, Albuquerque. FOit SALE Twn-story, 10-room ho so on North Fourth street; mod ern; In good repair; three screen porches; fire place; out buildings; ce ment sidewalks; three lots; bearing fruit and shade trees; block to street car line. Will sell on easy terms if desirable. Principals only. Ad dress Mrs. J, M. Dennis, The Ivon, 650 North Sixth Ave., Phoenix. Arts. FOR SALE Houses FOTt SALE Well built, story mid a half frame, 220 North Walnut street, In Highlands. Owner wants to leave town within next few days. A great chance for some one. Pluco must b) sold and nny offer at all reasonable will not be re fused. See I. F. McCannn, ground floor, Piute National Hank build ing. : .. FOR RENT Dwellings. FOR RENT brick cottage and fur nished rooms. 218 South Walter. FOR RENT S-room brick house, w.-ll furnished; modern; up-to-date; close in. 818 West Lead Ave. In quire 303 West Central, Room R. FOR RENT 1001 North Fourth HI.. 5-room modern brick cottage; range and window shades; acroon porches; lots of shade; water paid, 822.50. House In good condition; recently cleaned. Inquire Mrs. Tlllon Hugh, 4l( Sooth Third or otto Dleckmann. FOR RENT Modern live-room house 710 West Roma Ave. FOR RENT Six-room and bam, new and modern; gas range In kitchen hot water heat. Apply to A. W, An son, 81 G North Fifth street. FOR RENT Two-room furnished collage, $12 per month. 310 South Walter. FOll RENT Cheap, 8 room house modern convenience and big yard, 723 West Silver. $18.0(1 4-room niod'Tn, near shops. $ r, 1111 4-room furnished, m ar hopa, g o.no o-room modern, 4th ward. $22,00 A-moiii modern, 3d ward. $26.00 5-room modern, 4th ward. $20.00 -rootn modern, Highlands. $25.00 5-100111 modern. Highlands. $12.00 4-room cottage, W. Cen tral. $ 8.00 3-room brick. Highlands. ,IOII M. MOOR I ICRII.TY CO. niono 10. 211 West Go, v,s Foil SALE OR RENT Six romii modern frame, S screened porches, oloctrio Ilghls, part hardwood fitters; small amount down, balance like rent. Ills Forrenter ave. FOR JtKNT Five-room brick, tot tage, 101s iv. Fourth su: screen porches, sleeping porch, range, shade trees, auto garags; water paid; no In valids. Rent, $20.00. Inquire Olio Dleckmann, or .Mrs, Tllton Hugh, 4 Hi South Third street. FOR RENT Furnished flat for housekeeping. 404 "N. SeOoh.-l. FOK KENT Modern furnished and housekeeping rnnuvs. week or TMOnth. Vtn.lerti. rSnie 1 fl". FOR RENT Opposite para, .-room apartmen's. furnished or unfurnish ed. Steam heat, modern throughout Paul Tentwh. 1. Grant building. FOR RENTMiscellaneous. FOR RENT Good team and plow at Simon Onrrln. 1201 North Arnn St Foil RENT Alfalfa ranch, clone 10 city; house nnd outbuildings. Will lease to responsible parties for term of years. Inquire or address. J. O. Al- brl.ht. 1?1 North Thiro at. LOST. Li 1ST Chei k pavable to I H. W.o.d Leave rt Weiller 4 Benjamin ani I receive reward FOR SALE Furniture. FoH SALE Compb-te f urniininrs of live-room house, in lump or siavly Kvervihing s-tnii ir. 7.4 North fcc olid urt-tt. PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS. It. Y. D. HHYAN Attorney-at-Law. Office In First National Bank Bull lug, Albuquerque. N. M. .11 HIV W. WIIIOtil Attorney-at-Law. Rooms 18-17-1 Cromwell Building Res. Phone 1522W 1 Offlrs vhon 1178 DENTISTS. l Mntftl Nil rufui. f C &, Harnrtl H.Jjt. Mull PHYSICIANS AND SYRGEONS ATTTKH7TT?Lr7ir7 Practice Limited to Ttiberculosl Hours to 11. 224 W. Central Av Over Walton' Drug Ptore. W. M. SHERIDAN, M. D Prantleev Umltsd to Genitro-Urinary Diseases. be VAraseriiiAiin and Noguchl Tat Sahsi'SHii "808- Administered "tiale Nu '.tonal Hank Ruddlng JkttliHi.THU' New MsXloo lii-At E. WH)l)S. M. D. Physician and Surgeon Grunt Building. Phone. Office 1121; Residence UbtW JOKKl'll a CI PES, M. D. Suite 1-3, Whiting Bldg. Hour, t-11 a. in., 2-4 p. m., 7-1 p. n. Phones 1110-S4. DHts. iTJlilt AND HAIu'lt Specialist Eye, j?r, Nose, Throat State Nat l Hank bldg., Albuquerque. DR. MARGARET G. CARTWIUGUT. DiMca.Hcn of Women ami Children. Office 'phone 571; Home, 1083. Hours Id to 12 a. m. t to 4 p. nt, KTICRN BLOCK, Suite 18-19 EDWARD FRANK, Auctioneer. Office 'lit N, Bocond Bt., Albuquerque. Will call sul.s anywhere. DH. i:. Y. HICHAHDHON Physician and Surgeon, finite 20, Armljo building, corner Third street and Central avenue. Hours: 9 to 11 a. m.; 2 to 4 p, m.; 7 to 8 p. m. ' Rosldence phone 331; Office phone 334 SOLOMON JU IIUHTON, tl. DM Physician and Burgeon. Suit Harnett Bld FOR SALE Miscellaneous. TVPEVVRlX'Elt.s for sale or rent. Underwood Typewriter Co., ill. W. Cold Ave. Phone 144 FOR SALE Stock of buggies, wagons and harnees at great sacrifice In next ten days. Address P. N. Y'unker, Socorro, N. Al. ' FOR SALE Clump, i roll lop desks. 210 West Gold avenue. Foil SALE Oifd second hand type writer cheap. 717 Kotilh Edith St. Full HALE one tbiue-inch wagon, set double work harness, span of mules or horses; none better. Apply lo John Mann. S V. A. Hi FF CAHPKT CLEANING. Phone ftdti. 2(13 I'. Central Ave. WANTED-Miscellaneous. WANTED House building and gen eral job work. Barton Keller. Phone 1 JOS W. THE THiMlN'i'oN Expert House and Carpet Cleaning Co. Phone 480. VV ANT E DTry ItTtTUr a Jul V" flour at Mansard's Mills. $2.50 per 100 llsv FIRST claMs piano tuning; reasonable prices. Box (i"8, A Ibiiquerque, N. M . WANTED A fairly good horse for his keep; easy driving. Hox 184, City. WANTED Three Harred Rock roos ters; one fresh Jersey cow. I'hone 13H3M. I .At 10 tl RTAINS Carefully laundered by hand, 1004 B. Copper ave. Phone 587. WANTED ljiiui'lry work, fancy and plain, by colored laundress; price reasonable and work guaranteed. I'hone 1139. 1 GROW HAIR on bald heads. Cure dandruff, and flop falling hair. Rnrnple 25c. V. F. C. Box 18t Belen. N. M. WE CLEAN and ye ladles' and gent's suils, fancy gowns, silk dresses and robes. Give us a trial. Goods called for and tleliv red. Phone 4!8. Ill W. Silver. Jacobsen A Lee. WANTED Boarders W ANTED Hoarder; meals 25c; home fookins; aluminum kitchen utensils, frjl Smith Second street. MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY dvsnced ON KAST TERMS to PAY OFF MORT GAGES on City or Farm Prop erly or to Puy, Build or Im prove Home. In ALL SEC TIONS of the Country. Call ou tr write to THE FQl 1TARLE !VtX A INVESTMENT CO- , Whiting Hide.. All ,..,n-i.,ue. N. M. IILY MIL H:HVICE AD STACK For the famous Hot P print ef Jemes. N. M. I eaves Albuquerou P. O. evrrr morning at I a. m. Tlc ets aold at Vo Hroa t07 f First street. 4.AV1NO prleln' and mall co' Bo 4. 140$ S, T 1204W. . .