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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1912. SEVEN iHinCFIIID COMIVIERCE 1 fTTIhics Joomi Walt ColomirasT I ftr: V' ' 'T ' " - ' I IF YOU HAVE A WANT TELL IT THROUGH THE JOURNAL J .Wall Street. t Boston Mining Stocks. mm fwMr i n wir mmmmmmkmmmmmmmmm mi i a hm , New YorkVAjJJ-il.12.The furors of reaction were conspicuous ugain on the stock exchange today. Prices re ceded from 1 to over 2 points in nlmost all the active issues and for muny of these the lowest prices of the week were registered, Labor unrest, its demonstrated In the decisive strike" vote of the eastern railroad engineers and the probability of on unfavorable, report against the Steel corporation by the. Stanley commit tee were potent intluences. , The opening was Irregular, with fin other spectacular rise in Canadian Pacific, its 2-polnt rise being In re sponse to a similar gain in London. New York Central was active and strong in the Initial dealings, us were, also American Can common and pre ferred. These were more than offset, however, by pressure against Steel and Cnion I'aclllc. In the last hour, after alternate advances and declines, the market went to Its lowest level with recurrent selling of Steel and Inion Pacific. Tin- heaviness of the Harrlmnns was accompanied by reports of a new financing which were later officially denied. Domestic bank cleanup's Rained over 9 per cent over the corresponding week of last year. Movements In the bond market were mixed, some of the prominent issues declining in sympathy with stock. Total sales, par value, $2, 41 2, Ollt). Allis Chalmers pfd ,. 4 A ma tea ma led Copper HO Mi American Agricultural till 'x American i'.eet Sugar 63 American Can 2! American Car & Foundry .... American Cotton Oil liiPA American Hide & Leather pfd. 24 American Ice Securities 211 American Unseed 14 American Locomotive 41 American Smelt ing & Ref'g. ... K4 do. pfd 107 Am. Steel Foundries 35 American Sugar Refining 127 American Tel. & Tel 145 Amn. Tobe 262 Va American Tobacco, pfd 105 , A merican Anaconda Woolen 2S'i Mining Co Atchison do. pfd Atlantic Coast l-ine Baltimore & Ohio P.cthlehem Wteel Brooklyn Itapld Transit .. I'anudlnn Pacific Central Leather do. pfd Central of New Jersey ... Chesapeake & Ohio Chicago & Alton Chicago Great Western . . do. pfd. . , , Chicago & North Western Chicago. Mil. & St. Paul . C. C, C. & St. Lauls . . . Chino Cop Colorado Fuel & Iron Colorado & Southern . . . Consolidated Gas Corn Products Delaware & Hudson Denver & Hlo Grande . . . do. pfd Distillers' Securities F.rie do. 1st, pfd do. 2nd. pfd General Klectric . , Great Northern pfd Great Northern Ore Ctfs. . Illinois Central interborough-Met do. pfd Inter Harvester Inter-Marine pfd International Fapr International Pump Iowa Central Kansas City Southern do. pfd Laclede Gas Lehigh Valley Louisville & Nashville . . . .Minneapolis vi St. Louis . Minn.. St. P. & Sault Ste. Missouri, Ksnsas & Texas . ilo. pfd. Missouri Pacific National Biscuit National Lend Nat l. Rys. of Mexico 2d. 107 . . . .103 . . . .140 10714 35 82 249 . . . . 25 92 365 79 2225 18 . .. . . 36 143 2 110 C5 4D58 2H 28 4 4V6 143 "A .... 1 5 171 23 42 32 V4 3S 56 " . ... 46 Vi 1694 131 39 . . . 129 19?; 59 1 1 5 Vi 23 , . . . 12 30 12 27j 62 . . . .106 Vi 165 159 Vi 22125 M. 141 29 64 Vi . ... 42 148 57 pf. 29 1H' 40 112 K2Vi 121 33 Vi 124 108 106 'i i 35 160V4 33 . l!w 13 32 76 28 Vi 56 42 31 New York Central New York, Ontario Western Norfolk & Western North American Northern Pacific Pacific Mail . . Pennsylvania People s Gns Pillsbiirg, C. C. & St. 1-onls ... Pittsburg Coal Pressed Steel Cnr Piillinah Palace Cnr Railway SteM, Spring Hay Cons. t Beading' Republic Steel do. pfd Rock Island Co. do. pfd St. Louis San Fran 2d. pfd. St. Iuis Southwestern do. pfil 73Vi Sloss -Sheffield Steel and Iron .. 47 Southern Pacific 11JH Southern Railway St do. pfd 7iVj Tennessee Copper 4014 Texas & raeific 24 ToJfilo, St. Iouis & West 15 do. pfd 34 1'nion Pacific 171 H - do. pfd 1 'i Fnlted States Realty TJ I'nited States Itubber I'nited Ktntes Steel 7ti do. pfd 112 I'tah Copper IV4 Virginia Carolina Chemical .... 52 Vat.ah 8H do. pfd 21 Western Maryland 1S Weminghouse Klec-tric "5 Wtstirn t'nion i Whlin Lake Erie 7H I'nited Ftafcs bond were tin rhanced on call. Iir siUfr. lit ic Mntran dollars, Itr. Total sale for the day I4J,00 share. Allouez ...'..' 45 Amalgamated Copper Am'n. Zinc Lead Sm Arizona Commercial Huh. Curb Cop. & Sil. Mg. . . Calumet & Arizona Calumet 6 Weeia I. , . , Centennial Clipper Hange Con. Co Kast Unite Cop. Mine ( Franklin , .1 Oiroux Consolidated Crnnby Consolidated . SO ',4 . 26 . 5 . 7U . 72 ,486 . 21 W . (14 . 14 A . 14' . 5 . 551.. Creeno Cananea 8 Isle Koyalle (Copper) 27 Vi Kerr Lake 2 7f Lake Copper '. . 46 La Salle Cupper t Miami Copper 25 Va Mohawk 63 Nevada Consolidated 1 !J Tk Nipissing Mines , . 8 North llutte 32 'A North Lake old Dominion Osceola Quincy Shannon Superior , Superior & Boston Mill. Tamarack I'. S. Sm. ltef. & Min. do. pfd I'tah" Consolidated Utah Copper C Winona Wolverine . 7 , . 53 .116 . Hi, 1 4 . 32 2 7-10 . 211 i . 3!l . 4K . 7311 . 621 . if Vi .112 Chicago Board of Trade. Chicago, April 1 2. Competition for wheat today caused a net advance of 1 Vi to ;l cents li bushel. Slnco Monday the price bos risen 7 V4 to S cents. Disastrous impairment of crop conditions from Ohio to Mis souri stimulated buying. Corn also reached a new top level for the ypltr and closed to 1 cent higher than last night, other notable gains were to 1 cents for oats and 25 to 37 V4 cents for provisions. Both Investors and shorts Joined In keeping the wheat pit in a tur moil and forcing up the market. Crop damage news overshadowed every thing else. CiinliriiKttion of sensa tional Injury came through many sources, including personal testimony from visiting millers, who backed up reports with orders for cash wheat. t According to one authority, the con- 'ditlon of the soft winter crop In Ohio, Indiana and. Illinois may be regarded as the worst in a lifetime. Another leading expert, however, said there had undoubtedly been severe winter killing, but much unpromising .wheat jet would germinate with favorable weather. Opening prices were the lowest of the day and the closing the highest. July ranged from 100 ft to 104, with the final tone strong at 103 (a 104c, a gain of Just 3 cents net. Speculators trooped . from corn Into the wheat crowd. Yet there was some lively buying, especially by shorts and local hulls. Aside from the wheat strength, the main incentive was found in the difficulties of In dustrial concerns to obtain supplies regardless of prices offered. July lluctuated between 76 "k r'! 77 c, clos ing firm nt 77 c. Cash grades were strong. No. 2 yellow was quuleU nt 80 Vic Oats sold at the highest figures of recent years. The advance was checked by talk of plowing up dam aged wheat areas and pJanting oats. July varied from 63 to 54 e and wound up lVi('i1c net higher at 64 c. Trade in provisions was the broad est for sonio time. The strength of corn and the lightness of hog receipts brought about an urgent demand which left prices 25 to 27Vi cents higher. The Metal Markets. New York, April copper quiet. Spot, April. $15. 55ffi 15.75; 15.87Vi; June, $15.57 12. Standard $15.45ii15.75; May, $15.55 fi, (i (11 15.76; July. $l6.(i0(if 15.80. London, easy. Spot,. 70, 7s, Gd; futures, 71, 5s. Arrivals: reported in New York today, 1.751 j tons. Custom house returns show ex- ports of 8,8!I2 tons so far this month. . Uike copper, 1 1! iff 1 11 ; electrolytic, 1; casting, 1 5 ',i '11 1 5 . j Lead, dull, $4.15fr 4.22 ",i . , New York; London, 1(1, Ha, ltd. Spelter, firm, $.60Ci 6.80, New York: Indon, 25, 15s. Antimony, quiet. Cookson's, $8.00. Iron, Cleveland warrants, 53s, 6d in ! London. Locally iron was steady. No. 1 foundry northern, $15.: No. 2. $14.720115.25; No. 1 and No. 1 rout hern soft, $15.75. r.iii 15.75; southern $15.25ft SI. Inils SM'lier. St. Louis, April 12. Leail. Steady, $4.15i 4.17 i; speller, firm, $0.75. The Livestock Markets. : , Chicago livestock. Chicago, April 12. Cattle Re ceipts, 1.000; market steady to strong. Reeves, $5.40 ft 8.7; Texas steers, S4. 50 ft 5.70; western steers. $5.40Ji 6.K!; stockers und feeders, $4,250 . SO; cows nnd heifer?, $2.60W .75; calves, $5.00 i?i 8.25. Hogs rteceipts. 9.000: market strong. S cents higher. Light, $7.35 v 7.76; mixed, $7.4517.80: heavy. $7.45 (H7.K5; rough. $7.45Ti 7.0: nigs. $"..0 4i7.20; bulk of sales, $7.0i 7.80. Shep Receipts. 3.000: n.nrUet strong. Native. $4.40i 35; 'vtern. $4.501 7.00; yearlings, $5.75 l 7.1 0; lambs, native. $5.5?r 7.75; western, I5.75Si7.10; lambs, native, ." . .". -H 7.75; western. $6.25 4? S. 10. Kan-a "lty I.lvcsto'k. Kansas City, April 12. Ca'tle l:e ceipts, 600. no southerns, inrirke strons-. 39 to 60 cents higher than Xlonday. Native steers, $..! 'I !.;.; southern stwirs. $.00t7.75; w u;h ern cows and heifers. $4.00i S.00; na tive cows and heifers, $4.i 7.50; stotkers and feeders. $ 4.75 (1 ".; hull", $4.5.25; calv, $.0tj 8.0s: western steers, $i;.0o ij! 8.25 ; western cows, $ 4.00 ir fi.no. I Hons Receipts, 2,500; market 5 ,...,os hi-iher. Il'ilk of sales, $7.45 ft I 7. SO: heavy, $ 7.75 m 7.x"i ; packers and butcheras, $7.0ii 7. SO; lights, ,.3ii'in 7.li5; pigs, $5,7541 li.50. iie.-i, IveieiiuK. 2.0IIU; market 10 cents lower. Mm ton.-, $ l.5o (u li.n'l: t.iiiil'l', fii.r.o 'ii S.oS ; led wethers and curling, ".. 7. tin; led ewes. $:i.50 tfrti.iU. i St. Louis Wool. St. Louis. April 4 2. Wool, steady. Territory ami western mediums. I li 'n )Xe: li in mediums, Jul) 17c; tine, 10 in 1 5e. Boston Wool Market. Boston, April 12. Tin Commercial Bulletin will say tomorrow: ' "A moderate amount of business has been trans.icted In the Boston wool market this week. Transaction-i have involved principally domest'e territory wool. Domestic wool ruled steady, demand being rattier In tier en the liner combing pulled wools and seolll'ed de: eripl ions. "News from the west shows some activity in Nevada and I'tah, where hearing is liurly floral, otherwise, there seems little Wool moving in the growing sections us ji 1." Bradstrcct's Weekly Review. New York, April 12. 111. iilstreel's tomorrow will say:- "Trade and industrial devidopinen'.s are largely favorabli' and conserva tive optimism predominates. Jobbing trade Includes advieo of 11 ipiletlng of spring demand al large 1 astern cen ters Willi attention tinning to lap' summer and fall tnnlc, but of an im provement nt nearer points of -Inal dislrihulion except in the lower Mis sissippi valley, where lilnii water holds back agricultural operations ami re tards sales to enmity merchants. "Kustern trade has been ' Irregut-i,. but generally better than last year. "Industrial features are the con tinued Idleness of coal miners, lhe. quieting down of the textile labor sit uation. "Business failures in the I'nited States for the week ending April 11th were 234 against 261 last week, and 233 in the like week, of 1911. "Wheat, including Hour exports from the I'nited States and Canada, for the week ending April 11th, aggregated 2.613,286 bushels against a, 42 1,64 2 lust week and 1,633,502 this week last year. "Corn exports for the week wer 352,555" bushels ngaiosl :SS4.:i00 last week and 1,179,140 In 1911." Dun's Weekly Review of Trade. Ncw York, Co.'s weekly April 12. n. :, review of trade Dun iVr tomor- row will say: "Principal Industries and trnles maintain their recent gains ill ucliv ity and is on the whole satisfactory. The good weather gem rally pre ail ing Is producing renewed icliviiv In building operations which cr-ntcs a demand for the various biiiiilm.; ma terials. It also facilitates trie dis tribution of merchandise, both whole sale and retail and from a number of Important points in lhe middle west and northwest conic reports of ex panding operations. "Mill operations continue to expand In iron and steel anil tin trailing in terest is now running at over !I0 per cent capacity. Contracts have been placed by the car companies fur about f0,il00 tor.s of plates and shapes for second and third quarters und in L'-.i.-i VV t,. ' T'.T- I. via. iv: y7i ft. til Panel Photo FREE To Journil Want Ad Csera. The Morning Journal will give, for a limited time, with each cash Want Ad of 25 cents or over, an ordor on the Gray Studio for one of their best Sxt Panel Photos, worth $1.60. There la nothing to pay and no obligation. jist placi: vorn want ad in THE MORNING JOlltNAL. 1 f-"T , Kl 1 J r Y'r',4 PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS MOXKY TO LOAN. On furniture, pianos, organs, horses, wagons and other chattels; also on salaries and warehouse receipt; as low as $10.00 and us high as $180.00. Loana ar quickly mude and strictly private. Tlnij one month to one year given. Good to remain in your pos session. Our rates are reasonable. Call and see us before borrowing. Steamship tickets to and from all parts of the world. PRIVATE OFFICR3 Open Evenings. tub liorsiciioi.i) loan co Kooms 8 Slid 4, (irant Building. 803 H West Central Avenue. FOR SALE. $4 200 7-room, 2-story stucco finish residence; hot water heat, lot 75x 142, barns, chicken houses; close in; $1700 cash, balance 8 per cent. $2100 4-room bungalow, 2 sleeping porches, large adobe bouse, good outbuildings, lot 150x14 2, near Uni versity; terms. $2900 6-room douhio brick, hath, rents for $33 per month; Highlands, close In; terms. $1800 6 acres of good land near saw mill, large adobe house, small orch ard; easy terms, $2750 6-room, modern brick, lot fidx 14 2. eoriu r, good simile; N. Second street, (lose in. $3500 6-room, modern brick, hot water heat, corner lot, sidewalks, trees; terms. $3200 6-room brick, modern, hard wood floors, fire place, corner lot. Highlands; $700 cash, balance 8 per cent. MOXKY TO T.OAW. l'lKi: INSI HANCIO. A. FLEISCHER, 111 South Fourth Street. Phone 6JL Next to Now Postofflce. the central west a scarcity of plates for early shipinenls lias . developed. Tinplate iiinl sine) mills are booked almost to capacity and in wire goods more activity is noted. 'While the demand for cotton goods Is somewhat less pronounced, the market rules linn ami further ad vances have been named in a number of lines. "Domestic hides, both packers and country, are more active and sales are larger than for several weeks." JrtOPJfW LMPI.OY.MF.NT At.UNt Y. 210 V. Silver Phone :l.l WANTED Tailor, hnttep and press or: woman cook; baker; girl for housework. VV A N T Kijp-C ol lee 1 or w ho h as other collection as this work would only take part of lime. A, this office. WANTHDrliright young iu age about . ilfl,. as stenographer and gen eral oft ice, clerk. Apply in own hand writing ii John Join s, caro Journal office. VANTKI--Stenogruphcr with some experience 111 bookkeeping for ('has. Ilfield Co.', Santa Rosa, N. M. Apply nt Las Vegas office. W'ANTKl Pl ight Kconondst. errand boys at Th" roi.m itvs I .MPI.OYMKNT. 111 V. Silver. Tel. 4 its. P. O. Hox 174. Wanted At once Kxpcrieneed wait ress, $:;o per month; out of city. AIk:, gooil pn-sser. TCK i 6 K MPLOYMKNT ViFFIt ' H. 1'hone t!47. All kinds of work, as cook, housework, farm, railroad work, etc. 214 South Hecond street, Albu querque. JjlELP WANTED Female SALKSCIKLS wanted at The Lcadc 8011-311 West Central. WAN'IKl't-liirl work. Apply for general house 1114 West Central. WANTKI) (iirl for cooking und gen eral housework. 423 N. Second SI. VAN'rkl lTiT tTTTlo generai house work. Inquire Mrs. Felix II. Les ter. 1 1 HI West Central. W'ANTKl A k, colored pre ferred. Apply Saturday at 1 1t I West Tijerns Ave., phone '.'O.'t. WANTKli Woman to ib Matthew's Dairy. 1 700 N cooking, rth 4ih. WA.NTI'.li Compe eral housework. Ave, lent gill lor gen !H4 West Central FOR SALE Miscellaneous. TYPKWltlTKRS for sale or rent Underwood Typewriter Co., J2L, W. Onld Ave. Pliope 144. FOR SAI.K iiiitcher shop and gro cery, with stock and fin nil nr.; good corner. Apply 204 W. Atlantic live W. A. GOI'F rARPI-TT t'l.KAMNO. Phone 5MH, 23 I' 'titrs'. t BUS! NESS CHANCES $1.25 PKIl WORD inserting classified ads In 3 loading papers In liu V. S. Send for lirt. Tho Dake Adver tising Agency, 433 Main 81.. Los An geles, or 12 Oary St.. An Frnelen. WANT Kl' A truck" gardener for best close In ranch; $.10 per month and one-half prollts. Phone 12S2W. Foil SALK eneral merchandise store doing good business, nearly all cash, good location; owner has other Interests taking up his time. Address M. M., Morning Journal. For SALK R-Muur:iul at Santa Fe doing good business; good reasons for selling. W. O. Rush. Sunl.i Fe, New Mexico. FOR SALK Old estabiisned business. Money maker all the time. Hooka and records open for tnspection. 1'n nsual opportunity. Thaxton 4k Co., 211 W. Cold. RKSPoNSI HLK party to represent Is Ancclcs harbor enterprise In this district. t'nusual opportunity for parly of means, allhough no in vestmenl Is necessar)'. For particu lars address A. Lonnquist, San Pedro, Culifori.i 1. A GOOD Five-room modern hotee, In lands. IjirgB porches, good buildings. A fine homo for lovv-ollt- only $2,1100.110, F.usy terms. Let us show It to you Porterfield Co. FIRE INSURANCE AND LOANS 216 West Gold FOR SALE. Unusual Business Opportunity. Fine Albuquerque Ketail Itusluesa. tlooil run of customers. Clean, nice line. Made money every jcir since started. No use to wait. A better opening will never come your way I. el us show you. only $3, out) or $4, nun re quired. THAXT0N & CO., Phone ir,7. 211 Y. iold. FOR SALE Livestock, Poultry WI1ITF, PLYMOUTH HOCKS, IB eggs for $1. li. II. Ilurris. BIO S. Edith. Phone78S. Ft ll HALF, Thoroughbred eggs from H. Hocks and I !. I. lie. Is. PhoneJ 5 1 1IW 4l !l South Hroadway, Po'li SAL!! Kggs, liT 1. Iteds, Hulf Leghorns, $1.00 for 15. lolii North Klghlli street; Phone 1 fitittW. V'OK sALk Milch cow and Helgian hires. Call at 5:30 p. 111. G14 F.aat Coal avenue. Ft HI SAI.K Cheap; driving ami rid ing horse, perfectly gentle. Phone 14 9. FOR SAMC Hutcning eggs, white Pekln ducks npd 8. C. P.rown Lcs honrs. L. H. Stephen, Pnlverslty Hill, Foil SAI.K Fox terriers; mule pup pies. Inquire 245 Kast Coal avenue. Foil SAI.K Cheap. Fox hound, also Knglish pointer, trained; leaving town. 501 Kast CJrand, front First wi.rd school. Li A It Y CI TpTks und eggs for hatching from S. C. White, Rrown mid Huff Leghorns. M. Hunt, Oil South High. Phone. 121i J. FOR SALK Single comb While l.ce, horn eggs from prize winners; I nnd $1.50 for 15; $(l.o() jier 100, Pliomj ' 1 4 48.M. W. o. Peck's ranch. ; FOR SALK Film looking pacing1 horse, good single driver or double, ng 8 years, weight about 800 lbs. , Price $45. Call at 210 W. Sliver, or; phone 354. j FOR SAL K-- Laying . al b Ts" liai rcd Rocks and Klimlc Island Reds. Kd 1 Hale 14(i:i West Roma Ave. I THKY Iny, they win, iney pay. Won four firsts, one second nt state fair, 1911. II. C. 11. I. Rods, Mottled An emias and 11. 1. Rocks. Kggs and chicks for sale. L. K. Thomas, P, O. Hox 111, 717 Kast Hii.ohlme Foil SALK Thoroughbred eggs for hatching, S. C. P.lack Mlnorcas, $1 per 16, Rarred Plymouth Rocks, y. C. White Leghorns, 5c each. Win Ttlelz, 4 1.1 West Atlantic. Phone 1I83W. KtiC.S FOR HATCHING from the best of laying strnln; $1.00 tor 13 Illack Mlnorcas, Rarred Rock: 222 egg record; Single Comb Leghorn, Rose and Single Comb H. I. Reds, White Plymouth Rocks. All choice and healthy. Visitors always welcome. Inspection solicited. Phons UilSIl. Ideal Poultry Ranch, Old Albuquer que. OKT KARLT CHICKS They grow better than late hatches. It rue sell you some, or take your or.ler for laifr delivery. If you have eitgs you want hatched, bring them to me. My S,000-crg hot water Incubator Is plac ed In ft cellar and will hatch more and better chicks. Not less than 75 eggs; charges 3c per egg. I'umo and see. Price for ohickena, February de livery; liarred Hocks, 20e, $18 per 100; White Leghorns, Die, $14 per 100. For March: liarred Rocks, $16 per 100; R. I. Reds, 17c, $14 per 100; Whits Leghorns. 15c. $12 per 100. w. Vandersluls, Box 348. Phone r.4. FOR SALE Furniture. I'iiR SALK Furniture, range, dinliig lul.le ami chairs, kill hen cabinet, dresser, commode, bsbys bed, bed, sewing machine, refrigerator, large mirror .1x7, rocking chairs; everything sanitary. r,2 New York avenue. 1 1 iR SALK I will rn-ll nt prlvaleH.ile the furniture of fonr-room house. Call at Ii05 South High street. FR SALK 122. lias range $1,011. phone LOST AND FOUND FOCND A hog. I30S West Fruit Ave. 1'ol'ND Leather fob containing Yeo men emblem and Masonic protec tive emblem. Call nt Journal office. WANTED Positions. .-III. MP i. WANTKD Lv .vouni. man of gMd education. si'Verai v ears' of I Ice experience, iompetiit tMkkecper: can furnish xce!l .-lit cistern and local r.ferenees. ilrcxs W. M. O.. care Journal Ad- WANTED- Boarders WANTKD Hoarders; 110-iils 2.r.c. boioe looking: nluminuiii kittJieU utensils. C21 South S.-coii.l street. STORAGE. WANT Kb Pianos, household goods, etc., stored safely at reasonable rates. Advances made. Phone 540,, The Security Warehouse & Improve ment Co. Offices: ltoonis 3 slid 4, (Irant block. Third street and Central avenue, FOR SALE. 4-room modern brick house on cur line, fine condition, fruit trees ami grapes. Parties leaving town. Will sell cheap. Kasy terms. pi.mv .v a in 1.1: Phone HON 201 V. iod 1'Olt SAM' 7-moni brick Ihmiw, modern, with three Ml-foot lots, line Iim'IMI low hinds, for :t0 days. Only $;l,rO0.0O. Terms. IOK NAI.F l'lfticii-iicre much. M under cultivation, oil main ditch. with new, modern frame house, burn mill sheds, about I miles on North I out Hi striil. Price S:t,r.oo.O0. A. MONTOYA. 10H S. 3rd. Foil SAI.K lCi-aeie ranch one mile northwest of Indian school. Address K. M. I''.. H" ..382,nty: i.lll S.M.K oil KXCllANliK Five lots on Main street from plaza In Icapilol, cily of Santa. Fe. (leorge Kills, 115 W. Central uvenuo, Aimt qiierque, N. M. Full SALK Two-story, iO-room ho s 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 ti s; block to street car line. Will sell mi easy terms if desirable. Principals only. Ad dress Mrs. .T. M. Dennis, The Ivon, 1150 North Slxlh Ave., Phoenix, Arlst. FOR SALE Houses OPPORTUNITY! To OWN Ynl'R OWN II11MK. WK HAVK A SPLKN HID NKW MOKKltN IR'NilALoW IN TDK RHWIT LOCATION. KASY TKUAIS! SIX ROOMS, o A Iv AND MAPLK FLOORS. (I00D CKI.LAIt, LARflK PORCH KS, Hl'FFKT K'lTCIIION, CO It N K R LOT, WITH SOUTH AND KAST FRONT. LKT IS SHOW YolT THIS. JOHN M. Ml MUSH HKALTY CO. FOR SALK At 11 liargalii, elghl-n 1 brick house, corner of High street und Hold avenue. p. 1.'. McCalina, Stat., National Rank luilldlng. 44444444444444444444V4444 for Sale Alottage Here Is u bargain. A four room strictly modern framo house, concrete f oiindii I Ion : near tho shops In the Highlands; on thii street car line. An idea' health locution. Payments same lis rent. Call at Hi 4 So. Kdllh St. . . . 44444444444444444444444 FOR RENT Furnished rooms; mod ern; no sick. Apply 608 H W Cntral FOR RENT Modern rooms. Hlo firnnde Hotel. 51 '.I W. Central. FOR KKNT Furnished sleeping room; modern; on car line. J20 South Kdlth street. Foil RKNT PhsLsantlv furnished room, brass bed und mahogany fiunilure, biilh. every possible con Venleiice, private home; no transient cIoho to postofflce. Rex, this offle ' FOR RKNT Moilern furnished rooms ulsa light housekeeping rooms. State Hotel, 321 '.i W. Cen- trnl. Foil RKNT l.ovelv furnished room southern exposure, large alcove mission furniture, excellent bed, box springs, elegant for two gentlemen: close In; no transient. Address I cure Journal. FOR RKNT Furnished room with sleeping porch, warm and cold wa ter, electric lli-ht nlld lullll. til. 00 Per month, 5 IS Kast Central Ave. AMERICAN HOTEL. 602 W. Central. Rooms single, double or ens a Mo. da? or week. ltF.ASoNAIil.1'. piiicrs. By FOR RENT Dwellings. I I III RKNT Rrl nished rooms. k cottage and fur 118 South Walter. Fi 'R " lions RKNT e, nit; Nicely liirnlshed tenl So. Waller. I.illle modern himga i- Fi R RKN T" low, 3 porch shade trees. 71 fireplace, langc, W. st I .cad. pi iR RKNT- -Six-loom in. .del n house. f uriilshcd, for six months or more 715 Kast Central. 1 FiR RKNT Seven room 1 lein ll.it, J steam heal. Apply 103 S. Waller FOR RKNT Six-room and bath, new mid modern, gas rungi In kitchen. Apply A. W. Anson, KM, North Fifth. Ko"r""uKXT Cheap. room house modern convenience and big yard. 703 West Silver. roll RENT Five-room brick, cot tage, 101S N. Fourth St.; screen porches, sleeping porch, range, shade trees, auto garage; water paid; no In valids. Rent, $20. M. Inquire Otto Dieckmann, or Mrs. Tllton Hugh, 4I South Third street. LADIKH $1.out reward; guarantee my great "monthly" remedy; saf some of (he oiiir-s(. I OKillV--,f SlU'Ceail 111 ly relieves t ol 1 in I.e. abnormal cases in 'bo lo five d.ts. no harm, p iln or interference with work; mail $I.K". XiUt'l S'r.ncih $.'.00. Dr. F. T. SoiilbingNtii Peine.;) Co., KaiiKas City. Mo. " PERSONAL PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS. It, V. I. HUYAN Attorney-at-Law. Office In First Nutlonal Hank Build in 1:, Albuquerque, N. M. JOHN V. WILSON- Attornoy-at-Law. Rooms 16-17-19 Cromwell Building, lies. Phone 1&22W ; Office Phons 1172. DENTISTS. 1ML J. K KltAl'T Dental Surgeon. Rooms 2-3, Harnett Hldg. Phone 744 Appointments Made by Mail. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS . ;. siioitn l, m. i. Practice Limited to Tuberculosis. Hours 9 to It. 224 W. Central Avs, Over Walton's Drug Store. W. M. SHERIDAN, M. D. I'ractlee Limited to Genito Urinary Diseases The Wassermann and NoRUchl Tests, Fulvarsan "Gild" Administered. Slule National Hank Ruildliitf. Albuquorque, New Mexico. CIOO. 10. WOODS. M. . I'hysiclan and Suryeoi, (irant ItulldlnK. Phones, Office 1121; Residence HHtV9 JOSLPH S. CIPKS, M. !. Suite 1-3, Whiting Hide Hours. u-U a. 111., 2-4 p. m v-S t. m. Pliones - 1 ifl'lce II 111; Res. t!:(8. DRS. 'I I I I. AMI II hl:s ' Specialists Kyo, h'.uv, Nose, Throat. State Nat'l Hank bldg., Albuquerque. IIC. M ARtiAHLT ti. CART Will 1 11 Discuses of Women and Children. Office phono 671; Homo, 1083. Hours 10 to 12 a. m. 3 to 4 p. m. STKRN 11 LOCK, Suite 18-19. DR. J). W. Itll II AltDSON Physician and Surgeon. Suite 2(1. Arinljo building, corner Third street nnd Central avenue. Hours: 9 to 11 a, m,; 2 to 4 p. m.J 7 to 8 p. m. Residence phono 334: Office phone 334 SOLOMON U laillTON, M. !., I'hysiclan and Burgeon. Suit t Harnett Blda. WANTED-Miscellaneous. WANTKD House building and gen. eral Job work. liarton Keller. I'hone 123 W. THK THORNTON Kxpert llousu und Carpet Cleaning Co. Phono 4(10. WANTKL Huy old pool hall 14111111; must be good. 11. 1., care Journal. WANTKD 'l'o procure a Hie of southwest maga'tlnc:!, published In Albuquerque several years ago. Ad drnsN box 4!I5, city. L.M'I". CtHtTAINS Carefully launderctl by bund, 1004 H. Copper nve. Phono 6x7. W A N'l'h.l 1 l.ntnidi y work, Jancy and plain, by colon d luiindrei-s; prices reiisoniibln and work guaranteed. Phono 11211. , WANTKD-(letilleman roomers. First class rooms, from $2 per week up, AMERICAN HOTEL. 002! 4 W. Central Ave. FOR RENT Miscellaneous. FOR RKNT closo III; nil Moore Realty -(Join! ten-acre ranch, conveniences. John M, 'ompanyi FOR RKNT A I fa I fit ranch, close In city; houso and outbuildings. AVill lease to responsible pin tles for term of years. Inquire or address. J. O. Al bright. 121 North Third St.. MONEY TO LOAN. MONKV ndvnnced ON EASY TKRMS to PAY OFF MORT (LACKS on City or Farm Prop erly or to Huy, h.illd or Im prove Homes In ALL SKC TIONS of the Country. Call on or write to THK KQt'lTARLK LOAN & I N V I.STM KNT CO.. Whiting llldg., Albuquerque, N. M. FOR RENT Apartments. Foil RKNT Modern furnished and housekeeping rooms, week or month. Westminster. Phone 1073 For i;K.T -- Model n furnished ooins for light housekeeping. 21 X North Slxlh iln el. FOR RKNT Opposite park, i-room a partuif n's, furnished or unfurnish ed. Steam heat, modern throughout. hiiI Teutsch. 3. Orant budding. Foil RKNT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping, with modern llVilllelices. Call 494 North Second, si reel. TRUNKS AND BAGS VLIU'orKKQl'i; made trunks are best und iheapest; suit cases and hand bags: r pairing. Albuquerque Trunk Factory, 20 South Second. MV IS Till: SI.ASDX TO ClilE AO It Rllll M TI.M. WANTKD Pass. in.-ers for the fam ous hot sfinti-is of Jemt'S, N. M. Tho stage leaves Albuquerque P. dally except Sundays at S a. 111. For rates or any other information call either phone 12oW or 71H or write to C.ivino Can l.l. Prop., P. o. Hex it, Albuquerque, N. M. Try a Journal Want Ad. Results ? I f 1 j;; . !