THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1912.
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.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
Tin- heaviness of the Harrlmnns
was accompanied by reports of a new
financing which were later officially
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 ,
Atlantic Coast l-ine
Baltimore & Ohio
Brooklyn Itapld Transit ..
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 . . .
Colorado Fuel & Iron
Colorado & Southern . . .
Delaware & Hudson
Denver & Hlo Grande . . .
do. 1st, pfd
do. 2nd. pfd
General Klectric . ,
Great Northern pfd
Great Northern Ore Ctfs. .
Kansas City Southern
Louisville & Nashville . . .
.Minneapolis vi St. Louis .
Minn.. St. P. & Sault Ste.
Missouri, Ksnsas & Texas .
Nat l. Rys. of Mexico 2d.
. . . .103
. . . .140
. . . . 25
. .. . . 36
.... 1 5
. ... 46 Vi
. . . 129
1 1 5 Vi
, . . . 12
. . . .106 Vi
. ... 42
New York Central
New York, Ontario Western
Norfolk & Western
Pacific Mail . .
People s Gns
Pillsbiirg, C. C. & St. 1-onls ...
Pressed Steel Cnr
Piillinah Palace Cnr
Railway SteM, Spring
Hay Cons. t
Rock Island Co.
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
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
Allouez ...'..' 45
Am'n. Zinc Lead Sm
Huh. Curb Cop. & Sil. Mg. . .
Calumet & Arizona
Calumet 6 Weeia I. , . ,
Clipper Hange Con. Co
Kast Unite Cop. Mine (
Franklin , .1
. SO ',4
. 21 W
. 14 A
Creeno Cananea 8
Isle Koyalle (Copper) 27 Vi
Kerr Lake 2 7f
Lake Copper '. . 46
La Salle Cupper t
Miami Copper 25 Va
Nevada Consolidated 1 !J Tk
Nipissing Mines , . 8
North llutte 32 'A
Superior & Boston Mill.
I'. S. Sm. ltef. & Min.
Utah Copper C
, . 53
. 211 i
. if Vi
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
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
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
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
The Metal Markets.
New York, April
copper quiet. Spot,
April. $15. 55ffi 15.75;
15.87Vi; June, $15.57
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,
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
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
"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.
April 12. n. :,
review of trade
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
"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
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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.
$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
$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,
$3200 6-room brick, modern, hard
wood floors, fire place, corner lot.
Highlands; $700 cash, balance 8
MOXKY TO T.OAW.
l'lKi: INSI HANCIO.
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
"Domestic hides, both packers and
country, are more active and sales are
larger than for several weeks."
LMPI.OY.MF.NT At.UNt Y.
210 V. Silver Phone :l.l
WANTED Tailor, hnttep and press
or: woman cook; baker; girl for
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
about . ilfl,. as stenographer and gen
eral oft ice, clerk. Apply in own hand
writing ii John Join s, caro Journal
VANTKI--Stenogruphcr with some
experience 111 bookkeeping for ('has.
Ilfield Co.', Santa Rosa, N. M. Apply
nt Las Vegas office.
W'ANTKl Pl ight
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:,
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.
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
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
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,
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,
Five-room modern hotee, In
lands. IjirgB porches, good
buildings. A fine homo for
F.usy terms. Let us show It to you
FIRE INSURANCE AND
216 West Gold
Unusual Business Opportunity.
Fine Albuquerque Ketail Itusluesa.
tlooil run of customers. Clean, nice
line. Made money every jcir since
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.
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
Ft HI SAI.K Cheap; driving ami rid
ing horse, perfectly gentle. Phone
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
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
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
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.
122. lias range $1,011. phone
LOST AND FOUND
FOCND A hog.
I30S West Fruit
1'ol'ND Leather fob containing Yeo
men emblem and Masonic protec
tive emblem. Call nt Journal office.
.-III. MP i. WANTKD Lv .vouni.
man of gMd education. si'Verai
v ears' of I Ice experience, iompetiit
tMkkecper: can furnish xce!l
cistern and local r.ferenees.
ilrcxs W. M. O.. care Journal
WANTKD Hoarders; 110-iils 2.r.c.
boioe looking: nluminuiii kittJieU
utensils. C21 South S.-coii.l street.
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
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
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
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
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.
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.
. . .
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-
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
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.
602 W. Central.
Rooms single, double or ens a Mo.
da? or week.
FOR RENT Dwellings.
I I III RKNT Rrl
k cottage and fur
118 South Walter.
Fi 'R "
Nicely liirnlshed tenl
I.illle modern himga i-
Fi R RKN T"
low, 3 porch
shade trees. 71
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(.
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.
It, V. I. HUYAN
Office In First Nutlonal Hank Build
in 1:, Albuquerque, N. M.
JOHN V. WILSON-
Rooms 16-17-19 Cromwell Building,
lies. Phone 1&22W ; Office Phons
1ML J. K KltAl'T
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,
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.
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.
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,
002! 4 W. Central Ave.
FOR RENT Miscellaneous.
closo III; nil
-(Join! ten-acre ranch,
conveniences. John M,
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,
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.
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