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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 1914.
SEVEN
WHEAT PRICES
AGAIN ADVArJGE;
! SUPPLY LIGHT
Attention in Pit Centers Large
ly on Fact That Minneapolis
Shows No Increase in Stock
on Hand,
M MORNIN JOURNAL sesciSL U1I10 WlBll
Chlftigo, Nov. 7. Predictions thut
domestic receipt of wheut next week
would dhow a decided falling off help
ed todny to give quotation a lift. As
a result, the market closed steady at
'iWtC, H above last nlKht. Corn
wound up with a net gain of to V,
Mc, and outs off V4 to V4 W He. In
provisions, the outcome varied from
unchanged figures to 37 ',4c.
Attention In (he wheat pit rented ed
largely on the fact that for the first
time since harvest, there had been
during two successive days no In
crease In the stock at Minneapolis.
Resides, country offerings were re
ported to be lighter In all section,
and It was the opinion of many trad
ers that a turning point had been
reached. Opinions were also ex
pressed that the rlne In ocean frcinht
rates would attract tonnage and muke
hugo clearances certain In the near
future. In this connection speoul
flgnlficance was attached to a bid
from the Italian government for a
ajngle purchase of 1,000,000 bushels.
Improved weather In Argentina and
Hoinewhat reassuring reports froto
there that crop damage would not be
severe gave the wheat bears some ad
vantage at the outset.. Later, how
ever, traders as a rule appeared to
Incline to the belief that the Injury
must be considerable as the plant Was
tn head, and there had been a heavy
setback In the yield for 1811, when
as now frost after frost had occurred.
In circumstances that were similar.
Corn hardened In price owing to ex
port sales of 300,000 bushels and to
f ven tip traces to prepare for the gov
ernment report Monday. It was said
the quality of new corn was Inviting'
foreign buyers. Prospect of coolvr
weather tended to ease the market,
but the effect wore off. In the oats
crowd, the Btnallness of country offer
ings led to firmness from the start.
Cash houses were conspicuous buyers
of December.
Provision shorts dropped their ur
gency to cover today when the fact
became apparent that packers were
Helling freely. An early advance wns
more than wiped out, Desplto the
closing of the stock yards here, cash
demand for meats was reported slow.
Closing prices:
WTieut Dec, $1.17i; May, $1.-
21
Corn Pec, 70'4c; May, 3c.
Oats Jan., 50 Ho; May, 54 c 1
Pork Jan., $19.80; Mav, I19.S2
Uird Jan., $10.40; May, $10.60.
Ribs Jan., $10.40; May. $10.65.
COTTON' MARKET.
New York, Nov. 7. There was a
lnrge attendance at the cotton ex
change again today and the tall
iiround tin floor indicated that tht
Jtclion of the Liverpool market since
the reopening for restricted business
yesterday lied made a favorable Im
pression on sentiment. The English
spot market was two points higher, at
4.6Cd, and expectations of on improv
ing export demand were encouraged,
by reports- that Russia had estab
lished special credits here, which
would be used largely for the pur
chase of cotton. There were also re
ports from the United States embassy
at Berlin, Indicating that available
supplies of cotton at Bremen wcro
practically exhausted and that 'prices
ranged around 15 to ISc for old crop
with 12c or better offered for new
crop cotton. December contracts
here sold around $7.!n to $7.60 on tho
curb and local spot brokers said their
offers from the south indicated con
tinued firmness In the Interior.
Practically all necessary signatures
ore now said to have been obtained
to tho corporation-syndicate agree
ments and it was reported on the floor
that whatever action might be taken
by the courts with reference to the
Pell cotton, there would be no inter
ference with the plans for reopening
the exchange, which has not been of
ficially announced but Is expected on
November lfi for trading tn both old
u nd new style contracts, Toiliiv'a
port receipts were 46,601 bales. Ex
ports, 2S,62, and slock, 844.!I49. In
terior receipts were 29,703. New Or
leans Spot steady, 7 5-16; sale
1,259. '
Wlc-FKI V llWIf STATIVirVT
Wt'.KKLl lllMl blAIULi HI.
, : . - .. , ' .
New York, Nov. 7. The statement
of the average condition of clearln
house banks and trust companies for
tho week shows that they hold $15.
914,550 reserve In excess of legal re
quirements. This is an Increase of
$999,600 from last week.
The statement follows:
Averaire Condition.
Loan. $2,144,702,000; 'decrease,
$12,649,000
r,. i ., , . ftAr nnn. , .
Specie, $344,205,000; decrease, $843,
Q00.
Legal tenders, $105,SS3,O0O;
crease, $2,53(1,000.
Net deposits. $1,923,047,000;
In-In-
crease, $3,364,000.
Circulation, $130,200,000; decrease,
$12,104,000.
Banks' cash reserve In vaults, $382,
847,000. Trust companies' cash reserve In
vaults, $87,551,000.
Aggregate cash reserve, $450,298,
000. Excess lawful reserve, $15,914,550:
Increase, $999,600.
Trust ' companies' reserve with
clearing house members carrying 25
per cent cash reserve, $59,821,000.
Summary of state hanks and trust
companies in greater New York, not
included in clearing house statement:
Loans and Investments, $360,360,
300; decrease $469,309.
r.old, $42,000,200; Increase. $l,052,t
700.
Currency and bank notes, $13,020,
G00; decrease, $938,000.
Total deposits. $640,327,000; In
crease, $5,554,600, . .
COPPER MARKET,
. New York. Nov, 7. Electrolytic
c,)per unsettled; cash, $11.20; thirty
days, 11.30.
LOXDO.V WOOL Al'CTlOJf.
London, Nov. 7. The wool market
J'losed today with offerings of 8.444
"ales which were well absorbed 8
steady prices. Forty-five thousand
"ales were offered during the week
and about 40,000 were sold for home
trade. The government prohibition
hag stopped the export demand. -
Com t rod with previous sales,
greasy erossbreds were ten to fifteen,
sllpes. ton, mid grcriNy merinos front
5 to 7Vj per tent. I'list'oured are 11 n
rhuiiKcil. Hour citrlioniziitaT merino
hiiltalile for the continent were 10 per
cent down. There win n strong de
mand on this market for American
domestic pulled wool, which realised
from 18 to 21 pence per pound.
MONEY MARKET.
New York, Nov. 7. (.'liming mer
cantile paper, 6 per cent,
liar silver, 59 c.
LIVESTOCK MARKETS.
Kansas City Livestock.
Kansas City, Nov, 7. Cattle Itc
oelpts, 1,500. Market steady. Prime
fed steer, 1 1 0.00M 1 1.00; western
steers, $7.00ff.50; calves, $6.&Ur
10.50.
Sheep IlccelptB. 1,000. Market
steadv. I.ambs, $8.00 9.26; yearlings
$5.75f(f6.75.
jog Receipts, 8,000. Market
lower. Hulk, $7.35 41 7. 0; heavy, $7.
33 if 7.60; pigs, $6.25 7.00.
Denver Livestock.
Denver, Nov. T.Cattlo Receipt",
100. Market steady. Heef steers, $6 .
50r ?.8f: cows and heifers, $3.00 W
6.75; stockers and feeders, $6.50Jr
7.23; calves, $8.00I.00.
Sheep Receipts, 1.500. Market
steadv. Yearlings, $3.50 6.00; weth
ers, $5.00 tn 5.50; lambs, $7.508.25;
ewes, $4.50b 5.35.
Hogs Receipts, none.
F
T MOSNINS JOUNL SStClAt. lltSIB WIS!)
New York, Nov. 7. Tlie hopeful
sentiment which developed last week
was sustained by various circum
stances this week. Chief .of. these
were many evidences of the Increas
ing flood of this country's export
trade. The commerce department of
fice estimated an October excess of
merchandise exports of $60,000,000.
Further buying of wheat mi,! other
grains ror export continued on a small
scale and cotton shipments to foreign
RETURN FLOW 0
GOLD DUE S00
IN IHIS COUNTRY
pons expanded to one-tnira or more i " A ' i'-u Maid win, ,Hn c.M.k and do sen
of last year's rate. The effect ex-! ,rnt housework. Kamlly of two. uu Weat
tended to manv lines of
Industry,
even the steel trade felt Increased
confidence, despite additional con
traction of current business.
The international exchange prob
lem advanced sufficiently to end the
necessity for further emergency ar
rangements under discussion by the
Uritlsh treasury delegates In confer
ence at Washington.
Credits were reported to he ar-
ranged In New York by foreign gov-jW'll.l. PAY reliable woman H;.u.q f..r di
ernnients, Including Russia and Aus- ! tiiiiuting j.uou fne parkatti's Perfumed
tria, for expenditures in this country, j """ ,,'"":1' r. In !'"ur v" money -
This detracts from apprehension over ;!;'d- Vinr'1 I'L. bl-
gold exuorts. which are thus certain I- '
of an early return flow.
Increased demand for bonds and
high grade stocks reflected the grow-
ing torce or me reservoir or capital
accumulating with the bottling up for
j three months of tho securities mar
kets. Ending of the Hiitlsh moratori
um, government security for London
market loans, reopening of the Liver
pool Cotton association and prospecls
of an early reopening of the New
York cotton exchange all those gave
Impetus to the discussion looking to
the reopening of the stock exchange,
Heavy retirements of emergency our- I
rency lynd clearing house certificates
marked the strenelhenlna- of bunk re-
nerves and thlH wan followed by an
Intercut reduction In long; time loans
to G 14 per cent. The bank utate
ment showed a further Increase of re
serves and a moderate cash gain in
place of an expected loss.
Saxon Prince Wounded.
London, Nov. 7 8:S5 p. in.) Owing
to a serious wound in the lei:, receiv
ed In action on the battlefield In 1
ijaut-r, v.. ,,.111 1 lime v.ci.ino in otiiv- 1
oii.v, iiaa ai nveu ar. me royal casue
ui i.ri'iii-ii uiiu win tuKt 110 inriricr
Hue In tho oil In it., lo n bi.vu u ,lluitiit,.K !
from The Hague to
Telegraph company.
the
ExchallKe '
IlcH'Mimli'iN-y line to Indigestion.
, It is not at all surprising that per
sons who have indigestion become dis
couraged and despondent, Here are
a few words of hope and cheer for
them by Mrs. Rlancho Bowers,
aiana, l'a. -for years my olKesllon
was ho poor that I could only eat the
liplitest foods. I tried every thing
that I heard of to get relief, but not
until about a year ao when I saw
f ttu in liorlu ln M'nltlnlu mtomrtlurirl u nil
ot a b,to of them did 1 find the
Heht treatnu'nt- 1 " '''" to im-
r.rovH an,l olnce tak 110- a few bottles
of them my dlKestion Is fine,
. aU ju,
k or I
I
call i-on mns.
Sealed bids will be received at the
office of the county clerk of Berna
lillo county. New Mexico, up to 2
o'clock In the afternoon of Saturday,
November 14, 1914, for driving of a
double line of piling; on the west bank
Rio Grande about one-half i
or the
mil. .Im.iA 4Vt A I ,..-. .1 I . I .1 ,. CtnM
111110 a uu , u 1110 .iciiiittua 1,1 iurc. n
worl to consist of 60 pls (25. plle8
35 feet long and 25 piles 30 feet long)
making a breakwater 200 feet In
length. Bald piles to be inspected and
accented by the county surveyor of
said county, and all work to be done
under the supervision and to the sat
isfaction of said county surveyor. The
plans and specifications for said work
may be seen at the office of the coun
ty surveyor.
The board reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids.
By order or the board of county
ommlssloners.
a. te. Walker, clerk.
Journal want ada bring oilck res nit.
STOIJCX.
STOLEN From Adcllno, N. M.. 19 head
of horses, between 2-year-old cotta and
mare colts, all branded .1-''. on left hind
leg. A liberal reward will ne paid to any
person returning slock and giving Infor
mation regarding thlevca. Addreas Jesus C.
Sanchex. p. 0. Adcllno. S. M.
I)ST.
LOST Bunch uf keys.
Henry's Iiellvery.
Reward. Iteturn to
LOST Hay marc. branded HX A on left
side. 314 West Cromwell avenue.
LOST King of keys. Suitable reward for
return- to Dr. W, CI. Hope. 210 Wesl
Central,
WANTED Room With Brd.
WANTED Hoard by widower w ith son. age
5: near acliool; homelike; terms must be
reasonable; widow's home preferred. No
other boarder. No objection to a Utile
ways out uf town. Address Permanently,
Journal office. -
WANTED Hoarders.
IIOAItliKltS al Wllilcomb Springs. Inquire
Hill's Shop, 219 Bouttt Secund street.
, IH Jm Hs)7 a Wsimit
; Tel 1 Biir! 11
FOE SALE
$3,500 5-room brick, modern, well
built, hardwood floor, fireplace,
cemented cellar, corner lot, fine
location In Hlghjuntle.
12,7001$ acres of good land near
Lumber Mill, near car una.
$2,000 5-room frame, moilern; High
lands, close In; easy terms.
$1,600 4-room frame, modern; Low
lands, near shops; $400 cash, bal
nee, ( per cent.
$3,900 9-room, 1-story brick, mod-
ern, fine location, W. Central; $900
cash, balance 8 per cent.
11.900 4-room frame, bath, fine
shade, good outbuildings, fins lo
cation; N. 11th St.
$3,200 6-room bungalow, modern,
Highlands, close in.
A. FLEECED
Loana Fire Insurance
lit South Fourth Street
HELP WANTED.
W A NTKD Second baker it French lisk
ery, UOVKblNMENT POSITIONS are eaay to t,.
My frea booklet T-l.HJ, tells hew. Writs
; tottay kow. marl Hopkins. Washington,
jo c
i ii i:-Wo.t .i ',.,.Li ti.iieiiiiiK ail
kind) names and addresses. rillrUl.
Unit. Hen il stamp. Hupcrha t'n., X1KS, llaltl
m..rr. M.I,
B1S A UKTlil'TlVK Karn ..0 l.i (100
I weekly; travel all over the world. Wr.te
1 Dept. , United Mime Detective Adjust
llna Agency, Hallway Kiclianse, St. Loulg.
Mo.
MAKE MONK WITH I'S. Amount de
neiids upon time devoted. N'o eanvassing
Ambitious local man wanted. Address Os
irand.r l.pt. :, 12 West Slat afreet,
Vear V,.rk
I.U.lliN' n til.. nit, bi lu fcp.iil lug, Ui lving on
tip l.t-tlulf can: electrical civil enxlneer
!ng. surveying; methods moat practical;
room and board viiila learning: pnaltlona
secured: sattafactlnn guaranteed; cataloKua
free. National School of Engineering, lit
Weat Seventh. I,os Angelea.
Fa mat.
WANTHti At mice, good washerwoman
Apply ton Kiineater avenue
VVANTKD Kpeilnid aalcalady for hoa
lery and untlerwear ilpnirim.nl Klaiir
' l""",r
lo.
ll'entral avenue.
4 a-i "!) Vming au la
do Wutlnnrk.
"MPty mornings, 117 lioltl avenue, up
istalra. John Lee flHi-Ke. Inc.
j WAN'TICIt Itellsble woman toTaiiat with
liouscwoik and eaie of two small chll-
rtren. Hood home for rlsht party. Mrs.
! 'linmherHn lo:'! Wo-tt IVntriil.
MVS l.ilsht. capalile latllca to travel, ilem
nnatrala and sell dealers. 2i to :.(! per
week Itallroad fare paid. Goodrich Irug
i'o.. Dept. 641, Omaha, Neb.
!! Lv,'', "
per cent profit; make 110 dully: eipcrlenoe
j unnecessary. ' International Mills,
Wist
Philadelphia, Pa.
WANTED talesmen.
W AN I I'.ll I laar aalesmun to sell . rlaara
ilgarettea. tubacco to dealers. 1100.00 per
month; IJ.00 per day traveling eipenacs
Amber Tobacco Co., Hoston, Mass.
WANTKI Salesmen to csll on grocers,
confectioners, general stores. 1100 month
ly and expenses; yearly contract. Manager,
in noutn parotid street, St. T.ouls, Mo.
kai.kME.v Five to twenty dollars
p.-
presenting free the most staining
useful premium ever offered with
nnAii(.. i rnimilt'lll puBiuon. .aiionui
MiiKazlno. 3D West Twenty-first street. .New
yitiit.
WANTKD Two high-grade specialty sales
men or capable ex-merchants. Vacancy
November L'tth. Staple line. Liberal weekly
advance. Protected territory. Old estab
llshed house. 8. K. Kllno, 713-41 Crafts
bltlg.. Cleveland. O.
AArt.lr,IJ balesmsn, experienced In any
Una to sell general trade tn New Mexico.
t.n.-xcelled specialty proposition. Commis
Inn nnl,.nl t.r. An .,U
Colltinentnl Jewelry Co.. T13-41 Collllllentu
niitg.. Cleveland, .
WANTFO
A lliiih-al'aitc experienced siiles-
try i"i the biggest money-making specialty
ever urrered to tlie retail trade. Write at
once. National Magnetic Hign Co., Keserve
building. Cleveland. Ohio.
WAITED Salesman, capable specialty
man for New Mexico. Htaple Una on new
and exceptional terms. Vacancy now. At
tractive commission contract. $.15 weekly
for . expenses. Miles F. Hlxler Co.. 1U4-45
ln-lCarlln Hldg., Cleveland, O.
WANTKD Manager and experienced life
insurance alock salesmen to sell stock of
company financing proposed Feetirlty Na
tional Life Insurance company; strong dl
rectorale. Apply National Finance Com
pany, Waitllinglon blrlg., Los Atlt-eles. Calif.
CA I A Hi,K npt-4 ihH.v HaU'Sinnii. 1'n-fiM alily
on' with rctil I'xpct'ifiii'p for cur rHh
oreillt Htrin, Kiifi.-rncd l.y mllll"H dullur
whoifNHliH'a Hiifl hrat ratMll nif riri)nt it. At-
tracllve jeftf contmot wiith fri.ouo ttbuve
experiHcii to rlRht niHti. Auk fur mimci of
jBulPStnrri cnrniiifr ' f.nto mohthly mul bet-
trr. l'crniHiii'Mt punKlnn. J, A. Kid well.
Pichint, Uitytun,. s Qlilo,
WANTEP -sentn.
AMBlTlrHH wvii and women to fli our
npw fu.OOO accident health puMcioi. fur
lit) iouriv. Kk )niv trrliiirtr. IJlwral com-
misii.n Also $2,ta policy, is yearly. ireat
CusuHlty Co., Newark. N. J.
WANTED Work of any kind, by capable
young man. ISefercncea. Address 30-Y,
e re Journul.
WANTKl) Work by two husky handy
young Americans, not particular about
sort, "Address C F.. care .Journal.
WANTEl Young American wishes position
as bookkeeper or t-lerkj moderate wages
to start, referencea, not here for health,
Atplrews J. P., care Journal,
WANTKlJ A position by an experienc
middle-aged . woman . as housekeeper In
hotel or rooming house or will cook or keep
house for men. Address M. J.. Journal.
Yol NO lady book keeper, cashier, account
ant, wants responsible position offering
opportunities for advancement. Competent,
experienced. Can opersle typewriter. Have
good knowledge of business correspondence;,
(inferences. O. L. O., care Journal.
WANTKD Small Block watering tank. o.
n. Clarke, phone 1402M.
WANTBI Wa buy old gold
llennelt's. Fourth and Hold.
and silver.
, HPL.s ..:
p'.l .lie tS-'l,
jiiU Huilder. Ira
Salvation Army.
Ootaoii,
CARPET CLEANING, furniture and stovs
repairing. W A. Ooff. phone 5H.
t BUY and Bell second-hand clothes and
furniture, 405 Bouth First street. Phons
i.
WANTfcJD Room, Willi sleeping porch, and
hoard, by two gentlemen; not sick. Ad
dress M" , care Journal.
WANTED A good mining prospect. Will
buy, or furnish money to develop for an
Interest. P. O. Box 4S7, A Ibuduernue.
WANTFD An oritan for Sunday school
use. Must be tn good condition and cheap.
Apply Mra. O. E. Cnhh, Carthage, .V, M.
WANTKD lienllemena washing, called for
and delivered. Prices: Shins. 10 cts. ;
I'nlon suits, K. cts.; drawers nnd shirts. If,
cts.; nlRlil fliiris. k cts.. a.sks. 2 oil. .
handkerchiefs. 1 ft.; p.. Jamas, la rls, 723
Cast Iron.
I'lve-room moibrn brick: 50-foot
lot; one block from rur line; only
$1,700; $J0D down, $'5 per month.
Will PAY RKNT?
Two-room house; lot 100x14!;
only $650; $150 cash, $io per month.
REAL ESTATE FIRE INSURANCE
LOANS.
21S . Cold
Modem cottages, 4 to 8 rooms.
room flat, steam heat, close In.
. E McMifc
211 West Ooltl.
KOU RENT lttxima.
Korlh.
t'KU HK.Vr Kuillislled
'KonitiT nwniie.
itM.iu. cheap.
Full ItU.ST Newly (in malieil roum.
lelepbotie r,(l7 .Vt.rlh K.mihIi,
bulll.
Foil RKNT Modern rooms, steam bsat,
no sick. Wesl Central.
HHt I IK NT - lino nicely furniahed
cheap. Sir, North r'lr! alreet.
room,
FOIl liRN'T Modern furiilsbetl room: no
slt k. ?l North Fifth atreel. Phone M74.I.
Full 11BNT Nicely fiiriil.lieil room, moil
ern. no sick. Ml West Fruit, I'hons
Full 11KNT Two r.
Ilia rtllllinlliil ,, iH , C
a month. 401 North
hoiiaekeeplng, $U i
Kecmtl.
Fl ill- UK NT FurnlHlit
rooms for
IlKllt
Gill '
housekeeplns;
West ivntrsl.
gas
rsuge; no sick.
FOR RENT Otis nltely rurninhed r n
with onnvenlcnrra: with or without board.
Slo Weat Hint avenue.
Fl'HNlSIIKl) DOOMS Central location,
steam heat, bath. Weekly rales, fH.tlO,
ISOO, f4 0ll (Irani! Central Hotel.
F'JU KliNT Large, cool, nicely furniahed
room In good location and prlvata fam
ily: bath, lights, shads. 134 West New
Turk.
oath
FOR RUINT Two furnlehed rooms for
furnleheti
housekeeping: no sick. 621 West Hllver,
Full 11 KNT Nicely
i.oioovements. 414
fiirniftlicd rooms; all
West (lold avenue.
Full
HUNT Part of private homo to de
sirable couple, ateain bent 1110 W. Central.
Full It KNT Two clean, f uriiUbeil rooiiiH
for housekeeplns. 4''0 West l,ead avenue.
Foil IlKNT Furnished rooms for gent i
men; 8 per month. 115 West Gold ave
nue. Foil IlKNT Two desirable houtrkeciiiua
rooms, reuaonable; no sick. 418 Went
Gobi.
Foil PUNT Housekeeping rooms and fur-
nlshed coltagna, sleeping porchsa. Ill
West Coal.
Folt ItK.NT Furnislied room Willi sleeping
porch, modern, s Irani beat. 6011 West
f!o, avenue.
Hlghlanda.
FOFt IlKNT Furnished
Walter. Phone in.
rooms. Ill Buutb
FOIt KENT Furnished room, close In to
hlnh school and library. S17 Bouth Arno,
FOK KENT l nicely furnished front rooms
with ttr wllhnttt hnxert J1 RrnadwaV.
Folt, It KNT 2 furnished rooms and sleep.
Ing porch, EM PolHh Waller. Phona 1S7Z
Full HK.NT Sunny room am) potolt. pHrllv
furnished; for one or two latllca. fill Houlh
Waller
Ft !t lthSN'T Thleu fuiuislied l.toina for
UkM housekeeping; no sick. 31.1 Kouth
Killlh slreet.
FOK IlKNT Two furnislied rooms for light
housekeeping and Bleeping porch. 81
South Waller.
FOIl It KNT Two large modorn rooma, sin
gle, en Bulla or for housekeeping. 131
South Itroadway.
KLbHlA.NT rot. ma ami large sleeiilui'
porchi-N. Mj Kiint Sliver, belween Arno
an, Ftlltlt; H on to IIIMI0 per nmnlli.
tleneral.
Foil KKNT 'lltree rooma, furnislietl, with
bath, and large porch. Also five-room
flat Apply 10J4 North Fourth street.
11)11 R i:.T DwtdUngs
North.
Ol't ItKXT Foul I '".ill collUKit, fill liiHlieil,
modern. Mrs. J. Motxenba. ker, U13 North
Sect. nil street.
Foil It KNT Hlx room, modern flat. North
Fifth atraet. liioinl per month: water
paid. First Knvlngs Bank Trust Co.
Foil IllJ.NT-:-Four-i ooiri brick modern; gaa
range and shades: strictly sanitary. Price
'0 per month. Inquire 41ft (Iranlts avenue.
South.
Foil HUNT Five-rot, in modern houtie, Dr.
Tliirlon room fi. Ibirnett building.
FOR RNT Four-room brick, modern, gas
. rangai close In, near furnishings; corner
house. Inquire, mm South eleventh.
FOIl HUNT Two-room bungalow, wl;h
large giassed-lti sleeping porch; complete
ly furnished; 110 per month. Inquire 611
West coal.
FOR RENT 8-room brick house at 7119
West Oold a valine. Apply to W. P. Mct-
calf, Oleohler building, or to Mra. John F.
pearee, 7 1 S West Cenlral.
FOR IlKNT (111 BALK 216 North Ninth
atreet. modern g-room brick, sleeping
porch, hot water heat; all In flrst-olasa re
pair. Inquire Mrs. Tilton Bogh, 414 South
Third slreet.
lllglilnuds.
Foil HUNT Three-room furnished house.
modern; also nomeHceping rooms, invi
South Walter Phone MS.
Ornrral.
FOR RKNT Four-room moilern bunifalow,
completely furnished; sleeiiiug porch, pi
ano. Everything nifty. Sc I'orlcrflold Co..
Ill West Hold.
COl'NTRY HO.MW FOR RIO NT.
VF.RY desirable K-room, furnished country
home on the Pecos, Rent six months r
year. Saddle, horses, fresh milk and nutter.
Sunny and healthy location, Writo or see
W. N, Townselitl. Santa Fe, Tti. M.
Hill IlKNT Itooins With Hoard.
"NorthT
FTjK MKNT lioonis or eoltage with board
at Mra. Reed's sanitarium for convales
cents. Home milk, cream, eggs, fruits and
flowers. Lockhart Ranch. Phona 10H9,
South
EXCKI.LENT table board and nicely fur.
nlshed rooms with hot and cold water In
every room. Cass de tit'., tin West Oold.
Highlands.
TABLF UOAUD .".
sleeping porches.
!4 per week,
301 apt hit ll
Rooms and
Hdlth.
Foil ItKNT Siiitny front room and sleep
Ing porch; board; convalescents. T3
South Fdlth.
tieneral.
SPEND your
Springs.
week-end al the Wbilcumb
EXCKLLKNT talus board and loom 111 pri
vate family, close In. Phone ll.'.IJ.
IXIU Hi:T Office Rooma.
Foil IteJNT lirfi.ea Apply
pbsrson, J uurnal . pffica,
ii, A. Mao
I OR fs.tl.K
Ktrellent 1 A acre ranch, three miles
north of town; seven acres In alfalfa,
good soil; 'on North Fourth street aula
fouls, 11.100 buys II.
F. F. TROTTER
Min)r 4i Man,
Phnn 411 Horn Phon 11MW
LOS ANGKLES ALUUQl'EKQUE
We offer two choice Iis Angpliuea
residence lotts, for exchungo for
either residence lots or 6-room res-j
Idcnco in Albuquerque.
MONEY TO LOAN.
111 W. Gold.
For Saife HHoiaistis
Modem 5-room brick, $.',600; easy
payments. 7-room, $2.;!00. 0-rooni.
$1,600. !uoil lots cheap.
Money to loan.
W. H. MdEIta
211 West tloltl.
Full HAI.K - Iferllll-.r l'tne C4''W
OKI' the lisl.lt and
Whitoomi Hprlnas,
lake otir tlliinttr at
Full HAI.K- iio.d bab)
Ht.litb High atret
llc.ip. ttlC
Full KAI.K -Small t..,.k sl,.
Weat Miirbb. avetiifc.
heap, tun
I'Oll st.VI.K llolee, bia.v einl
-heap 111 West Silver nvenite
Inn livss,
Full eiAl.kl tjndelwo.al typewriter, good
order, I0. t Weat 0tld. pli.ma 44.
ttilt bAl.K
cheap. W.
liotl ett-'ttlttl llalitl ImsK)'.
II McMllllttn. ''It Meat Hold
FOR SA1.K New cellii lit blot k liini'blne.
latest Improved; face dim il process. Very
rheap I'hone Inn-
Full HALF Uelilla young ilrivlng male.
buggy and harness, at a bargain. Call at
10? South Ftlllll Street.
Full (iAI.lv Upail 3)ear-obl mules, lur
nvss, camp wagon tf.iul oulflt anil lent.
Cheap for caah. Aililrcss C I'. I'lemer, litut-
eral lellvery, I'ltv 1
St DAN (1IIASJ4-lllileltellilellt of
drouth,
llet plains grown seed. Our seed Is No. 1
and grown by ourselves, order now, Ainarll
l Keetl Co, Amarlllo. Texas.
Full HA Ltd Wood working machinery, ce- and moilern. Phone U,U.I.
inent block molds and tools, roofing tile, J FOTt WA l.K. .Seve .,.. UZ?, taTTs
pan uf horses, wagons .,11 lee fun.il lire. g,01,.,n ,,,ig prh, fumac. .very
etc. J. H. Uood, office phone S3; residence, convenience; wesl end near park. Address
earn .lotirnsl.
FOK SALE nua bills for room lorommo. i'UH HALhfA 4-r..m bungalow, new,
datlona gt Ilia dates hotel. Los Angsls. I modern; In the healthiest part of Albti
CsL Tha Uatea hotel la flrn-prottf, on of j 4ueriua. A good Job can go with tlilg pur-
the nswsst ana nasi in t-os Atigeies, ana.rhase. 1" o ttoi nTT phone Ltiisw,
located
ci. mar or Ruth and Ftguarua
Addreas Morning uurnal.
strnots.
loll SAII Uvi-st.M'k mill Pntiliry.
Fur halk
1 jiundry.
Three good horaea. Imperial
Full HALF Dentin pony
West Tl.lcrns.
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Full BALK Two gentla aaddla bursea. In
FOIl HALE 4l'tl guod Krtilii h Marino rains.
Address William Mcintosh. Mcintosh, N,
M
FOR HALT; Two handsome petllgrectl Ilos
ton 'I'erfler piiiitieM, 7 montlis i. Ill, very
relitt.otlll.le 4"7 We-I Oritttllrv
FOIt BA l,K Plymouth., 1(1... .Is Inland.
White Leghorn hens and pullets. HO to
70 cents. !2t North 'tfalter.
THKY LAY, they win, ihey pay. Won
four first, one second, ut stala fair, mil;
six first, two see. in. Is. 1 III J ; fits firsts, four
seconds and (lov. McDonald eup. inn. R. C.
R. I. Reds, Mottled Anconss, 8. C, Wtalta
Orpingtons, Buff Orplngtnria and I,
Ducks. Stock eggs and chicks for gala. L.
n, Thomas, P. O. Bog 111, 717 Bast Hassl
dlna i'Xn . niiXT-'nn,'1 '"'''''
l-'Oll K1-;n"1v Ijtrae i-rot.m moilern inlck
house, cleiin, llkbt anil airy, at re. neil
front and back porch. Also furniture for
sale; one dining room table, chairs, riocs.
healing aim mi, fine bed room sets, etc.. one
val Hte.wart kit. hen range. Fin nil m e ami
bouse can bo scon any Hum after a o'clock
Monday morning, November U. Hull West
Laud avenue.
FOR HMNT Two i-rnoin apartmentg with
porches, modern, f IS per month each.
phone salt.
Oil HUNT J-looin fiirlilsbed aparlinelil
for bousekeepllig Willi glass enclosed
sleeping porch. 018 West Silver avenua.
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John II. Moore, John U. Whits,
Pres. Mgr.
AXBUQtrERQrJH ABSTRACT CO.
Estab. 18s. Incorp. 1 887.
Abstract, Certificates, Escrow!,
Conveyancing.
114 W. Oold Ave. Phone 10
Albuquerque, N. If,
ALRTJQtrKnQTJK GREENIIOCSES
O. BHAW, Prop.
IXORI8T8, DKSIfiNFRS AJfD
DECORATORS
lTtai Itreet anil West CantreJ
Phone 411
Try our Rent Colurnne on the
Classified Page
and ace how quick you rent
that vacant room or house
JOURNAL
COFFIELD DRY CLEANING CO.
We clean haU and plumes, men'a
and women clothes, rust., draper
lea and curtains. Also do dyeing.
Promptnesa and good work our
motto. IK 8. th St. Phone 107.
COAL AND WOOD
Lime, kindling and smithing coal,
Large atock of best fuel carried at
all times. Prompt deliveries. Phone
4 and I. J. B. Beaven.
ELECTRIC FLASH SIGNS
Jnmoa J. liiily Company
. Outdoor Advertising
1SI0 West Central Ave.
I'hone 198. Sketches Furnished
Fro..
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('!' t'ltt H'EIITY IN THE lioWM'oWX III'SINESH PISTItKT HAH
I.ISTi:i IT Wl Til t'S KX( M ,CS I V El ,Y Et U t A J .IMITEI) TIME.
THIS PUnl'EKTV IN NORMAL TIMES OH'LI Nt T I'.E IKH'i'.IlT
Knit TWICE THE PRICK WK
IT PA YH
il-
S, Second Street
REAL ESTATE
LOANS
.!5 0o0 STOCK of general men hsndlsa
In gootl sariculturat town In I'olorado.
Sales l4iniitl, all cash; alot'k Up-to-date,
no ttd goods. W ill cottHltter Income
property In Alhuittieniue ftr half. Ad
dress T. O. I'., cars Journal.
l'K HF.NT
I room rnotlern hotme, screen
parches, closets tn eat h betl room,
btrse pantry. A nice home, good lo
cation, east front, gs In house. f'ZiuO
water paid
J. II. 1'KAK
Phoii )!. Ml W. Central.
IFOR SALE OR TRhM
four
A genuine bargain In two small,
room, neat onuses In Ftturth ward.
P. nil
' or singly. Owner wants to leave at onca.
l''ult HA l.K i ml v a entail nutineiii ,lou ,i '
rptiulied. Fine new six-room cement block
: t'unaul
hone. I ii!
Fill! KA l.K Kit it-l-. I to. i.l I,,.,,,.. ...
i g toil repair, close In. Illghlantla. N
A. C.
! .I'tnrinil,
or ph.. lie U'TiIVV.
Foil HAI.K t tit ItKNT Fout-i i furiilsb
etl bunaaliiw wlih s. reened porches, clean
l ull K. I.K -Hi it k t t.llaue. fi.o Iiiihu
rooms, hull, three cloiiiea closets, pantry,
-ti in h closet, balli. but porches, hot water
beatlna. lot rmx inn feet. Ile.it location In
city. 7li'i Kaal Ceiitntl avenue.
PI in S1I.1V Real Patnlf..
" i FOR hALbl About I acres Improved land
- adlolnina Lnekhart ranch, at a baraaln.
- 1 ttenry Lm'tthart. I'hnna l(i
lU'KIM SH ClIWCI'S.
Aeaeteewvvwwwv.MeMW
FOIt BALM Restaurant and hotel; cheap
K Klerl. 1 1 H Houih First slreet.
l-tilt SA l.l'i Itest paving icKlutunnt lucilv.
Ceiittally bicaieil. Finn huslneaa tiroposl
llon, Atblress "Itest," csre Journal.
MANCFAi'Tritll wants stale managers to
establish office and manage aalesmen.
Liberal pay. C J 0 0 to I'tit) necessary; you
bsntlie own money. Secretary, 40S Fiaher
bhlg . Chicago
j l vrius,
!Mhb M. Ihm Realty;
j CitipjiiBy j
! 'Rt nsJ''rrllll!.l'!,? . i
j Full SAI, 111 Five-room frame, reasonable.!
?l.i North Hill.. - I
WAX I i;i) -I.Iihs. Wrlia for list of Inven- f Leaves Mondays, Wednesdays and Frl
tlons wauled by maniifiictiirera and 'days from Iterniillllo, a. m. Passenger
p., j prises offered for Inventions. Our four books
sent nee. I'lltenis secure, i itr lee trmriieti.
Vlctor J. Kvans k Co., 70 Ninth. Washlng-
to i;.( ii.x(a:.
TO KXCII AN(!IO-For business, reul estate
or merchandise, two-story double brick,
well located, and 9-room r.altleuce In Ar
tenls. M W, Chorvos, Artesla. N. M.
WK TltAIU.; for anyllillig at 114 West Oold
avenue. We. own our nan property ami
If you want lo trade somet biitg yoti btit-e
call In ami ace us. Stocks of iiicrclitindlNi.,
IhiuI In tho I'ecos valley, lnconia property,
fiiriiitura stme. . elc., to exchauKe. Address
114 West lb. Ii avenue, or phone 41 0 .
ALL KINDH, both new and second-hand,
bought. Sold, rented and repaired. Albu
querqu Typewriter Exchange, Fbons 144.
Ill West Gold.
CLASSlDf'IIElD) AiraAEETICAlULI
CHARLES 1;. KEl'l'l LER A BON
Maker" of awninits, porrh curtains.
tenia and anything In rsnviig
Household Roods bmlKht and sold.
Good linn of new furniture. Bleep
ing porches our specialty. Phone
87. 401 South First atreet.
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
Nash Electric Rupply Compnny.
Electrical contractors and engi
neers, Motors nnd generators.
Everything; eleclrlciil curried in
stock. 606 West Central Avenue.
Phone No. t.
BRWOOD BAKERY
111 B. Second atreet. French pae
tery, cream puffs and the finest of
cakes every day. Flfjola Bread a
specialty. Phone 877.
FREE 0KWINO MACHINE At) KNOT.
I.s- us demnnslrata tha many good
anilities of ths Free Hewing Machine,
rhe mschlns for tha discriminating
housewife.
CHAm.Hlfl B. BOLDT,
Phona 441. til W. Oold At.
GEO. C. SCnEER, FCRNITtTRE
114-K B. Second Street, "Odd Fel
lowa' building." Welter's Superb
Stoves and Tlangea. The best medium-priced
line.
GENERAL REPAIRING:
Tin and sheet metal works. Light
and heavy repairing of all kinds.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone
143. T. F. Reed, 115 Hi Weat Cop
per avenue.
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(H'l'Elt IT.
To lNyl llti:.
mil co.
Phono
l'llli; INSl'RANCn
STORAC.E.
ev.
WANTKI1 - l lan. s. household goods, slo..
I stored safely at ressonahla ratea Phong
1 41, The Security Warehotiaa A Improve
(instil Co, Springer Transfer Co., guocas
isors, lit Oold avenue.
rUOKKSSIOXAL CARDS
ATTOK.Mt.lll
HHS W. HIIS1IN-
Altnrney-st-laiw,
I Room latfll, crnmwall
! Has. I'hons U3IW. Offli,
m tig,
rhuns 11TI
DKKTINTK
UK. si. K. HHAFT
Dental Surg eoa.
Rooms I I. ttamett Kltlg.
Appointments Matla by
PhoBt T4
Wall.
nitSUIANM AMI HI HOKONS.
! SOI.DMIIN l- III KTtIN, M. II.
I I'liyslclan and Surgeon.
- Phone (IT llurnelt llldg.
j A. U. MIIOHTl.E. M. .
I'ractlts Limited to Tuberruloalt.
Hours 10 to II Phone H i I
124 Wj W. Central Ave.
Albiinuernu Ssnltarlum Phona 141.
OKU. Tt I I. BAKKH
I'racllc Untiled to Kre, Ear, Mom BSal
Throat.
Wtata National Hank Wdg.
UK. JOMM'II M. CII'FH
New Armlju Hulldlng.
Offlca Hours: ta-ll a. m. Plinna 1111,
CI pes Hanatorltim for Tuberculosis.
I liona IT.
ITIIK MIKPIIKV KANATOKIl II
j Tuhsrculais of ths Throat and Lungs.
. Pity uifice, IllSg West Central Arenui,
U)fflca Hours: I to II s. m ; I to I p. m.
I'h .ns III Hanalorlum I'hons 41
i W. T. Murphey, M. U, Medical Ulraolor.
! W, M. SHERIDAN, M. D.
Prantlca Limited
Gcnito Urinary Diseases and
Diseases of the Skin,
Tha Waaermann and Noguchl Tsslgi
vaisan "into Admlnlstsrsd.
I lllsens Bank Mldg.
Albuquerque Ne Maites
IMilNKFItS,
J. (1. WORTH
Mining Fnglneer.
I, O. Hog .
Phona 1J50J. Albunuerqua. N.
M.
Dltl SSM KI(1.
FIIIH I'-CL'iSH ilreasiniiklng. prie s reason
able, sallsriictlon guaranteed. 404 Kotith
HlKh. Plione IJ.':,I. Mrs. I'arcalls.
TIME (WmjJ-o
IIFRN II II.I.O. VIA CAHFON, TO tl BA,
MAIL HOt I F.
! .Ires H. MM. HIM A, llcrmi llll", N. M.
rate to .una, ss.i.u, roui.t. ,iii, f . w. n..-
, AUTO LIVERY
Give r a fall. Wo Will Treat
Vim Rijiht.
MAUILM? ATTO CON'STUL'Ce
TIOV tiO.
MiiRtlnlvna, N. M.
To si'UHfiiiriFits
If you fall to get your Morning
Journul, call -
W liHTLIlN I'MON TKLUOUAPU CO,
Phona 1411-141.
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
114 Weal Cent ml Avenae
8. T. VANN
New Mexico's Finest Art Jeweler.
Jewelry and Watch Repairing.
Diamond Setting.
Manufacturing Confcctlonera
Scluilt A David Candy Co.
Wholesale and retail chocolated,
V.n,,hnn. ,,rri.a nun ,.,Ha Ip,
creams ami sherbets. 222 Weat O
Central avenue. Phone 70.
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F. nomero. Prop. Fresh and aait
meats. On me In aeuson. We buy
the Without priced beef, mutton
and pork. ! refill oysters In sea
son. Phone 76. lis 8. Firat St
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OPTICIAN
! South rSoconil ritreet.
O. (1. REimER
Everything Optical. Lene Grind
ing Done on the PrenilHes. Work
Guaranteed First Clasa In Every
Respect.
PIONEER RARERY
Everything In the baking line that
Is good, and everytl..ng Rood that
Is In tho baking lino. Prompt de
liveries and. pleased customers our
slogan. S. N. Bulling, Prop. 897
South First street.
FIT I
ALL THE NEWS THAT'S
, TO PRINT
In the
MORNING JOURNAL
0 rent thn month
i I'l'.USIINAU
j lUiTKt"! IN hi work of all kiiitls sollclteil.
j reasonable ratea. Ilox C.:.N. city.

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