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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Saturday, May 13, 1916.
Seven BEI RISE. 15. iirsRiriE Dealings Embrace Many More Than Usual Number of Is sues; Motor Stocks Fore most Among Industrials, ' . -o.HIN. JOUSNAI. aPSCIAL LIAMO , vjw York, May 12-With few note w, rthv exceptions stock- of almost all IflcriptionH moved to hiRher levels In Tla's broud market. Dcallwra em braced Mr more than the usual num ber of iswur and llln8 tonded from ne to more than six points in atund ar,l shares. Inff trebled or quad rupled in some of the highly specu lative specialties. The movement derived much of Its impulse from an early rise in rails. Motor stocks were foremost equip ments and industrials, General Motors making a maximum gain of 24 at 451. Mexicans were under the restraints impost late8t developments at lectins that country's relations with Washington, although American smeltlnff and Texas company were disposed to shake off that handicap. United States Steel was virtually the only Issue of importance to hold back but was in better demand to ward tho cobv, gaining almost a PTotal shares of stocks amounted to 65.000 shares. Inquiry for bonds expandod with the broader stock market, Canadian issues and Anglo-French G's being among the conspicuous features. Sales of bonds, par value, $2,ln0, 000. Vnited States bonds were un changed on tall. Closing prices: American licet Sugar American fan American Car & Foundry.. American Locomotive American fmelt. & Ref'ng. American Sugar Refining. . orlenn Tel. & Tel 72h 6 60. 70 H 97& 313 128 American Zinc, Lead & 3 81 Anaconda Copper 84' Atchison " Haldwm locomotive . . lialtimore & Ohio Brooklyn Rapid Transit llutte & Superior Copper California Petroleum Canadian Pacific central Leather Chesapeake & Ohio Chicago, Mil. & St. Paul. . . . Chicago & Northwestern . . . , Chicago, R. I. & Pacific Ry. Chlno Copper Colorado Fuel & Iron ....... Corn Products Refining Crucihle Steel Distillers' Securities Erie . (iencral Electric Great Northern pfd. ....... Great Northern Ore Ctfs.... Illinois Central ........... laterhorongh Consol, Corp.. Inspiration Conner . .103 y, , . 88 to . . 87i . . 8fi . . 92 'i . . 23 . .176i . . 53 a; .'. 61 '4 .. 95 M ..128 .. 19Ti . . 52 'i . . 43 .. 19 'i . . srs, f 2 vx .. 36 . .163'i . . 1 1 9 "A . . 41 . .102 , . 1 6 7s .. 45 International Harvester. X. J. . .112 int. Mer. Murine pfd. Ctfs Kansas City Southern Kennecott Copper Louisville & Nashville.... Mexican Petroleum Miami Conner . . 91 26 56 127 105i 36 Vi Missouri, Kansas & Texas pfd.. 11 Missouri Pacific. 4 Montana Power National Lead Nevada Copper New York Central N. Y., N. II. & Hartford Norfolk & Western Northern Pacific ' Pennsylvania . ............ Hay Consolidated Copper... Heading . Republic Iron & Steel...... Shattuck Arizona Copper . . . Southern Pacific Southern Railwuy Stutlcbaker Co Tennessee Copper Texas Company 1'nion 1'aeific I'nion Pacific pfd P. S. Industrial. Alcohol. . . . Pnited States Steel. Vnited States Steel pfd 1'tnh Copper Wabash pfd. "B" Western Union ......... Westlngbouse Electric Total sales for the day, shares. 70 . . 65'?! .. 17 .. 105h . . 62 . .123!i ..112 .. 56 . . 22 .. n .. 47 . . 22 Vi . . 98 .. 21 .. 13 . . 45 ..19t ..135, . . 82 'a . . 150 .. 83 . .116lj . . 80 U .. 28 . . 92 14 . 62 645,000 CHICAGO HOARD OF TRADE. Chicago, May 12. Rnins lit 'tlv? southwest finally carried down wheat values today notwithstanding that for a while the market showed a material advance. The close was heavy, to net lower, with July at $1.18 and September at I1.16H- Corn wound up unchanged to a shade high er, oats off 1i to 14 to c and pro vision, ranging from 2 He decline to rise of 20c It was not until the last half hour the session that wheat tradeis turned decisively Ho the bear side. Itenewal of rain In Kansas and Xe braska together with a prospect of welcome showers elsewhere cause! h'any early buyerg to unload and led to not a little speculative selling. Lat 't transactions were at virtually the !ljwest figures of the day. Seaboard demand put firmness into ttin. : ats eased off on account of im proved crop reports. Higher prices on hogs lifted pro visions, tut on the advance packers 'pr active sellers. As a result weak nw prevailed at the close. rising prices: Yt July, $l.li; Sept.. CornJuly, 74 He; Sept., 73 He r1' July, 43 e; Sept., 40c. Pork July, J23.60; Sept. $23.23. Lard July, $12.67; Sept., $12.80. r!lbsr.Julyi 12,57; $12.67. KV YORK METAL MARKET. New York, Mav 1 2 Copper Firm. -iectrolyti-. nearby, nominal; August nd later, $28.7530.00. - Metal exchange quotes tin firmer. 9t, $49.0049.J0. Ill STOCKS ROSIXJN" WOOli M.UUiKT. lloston, May 12. The Commercial Bulletin will say tomorrow: "The wool market has been more active than last week but less brisk than two weeks Hgo. when the lead ing mill took several million pounds bf domestic, liuying has been fairly large and prices firm. Operations In the west have been more intense, es pecially in the far west, where aver age fine clips are bringing about 25 cents and average medium flips of good staple and running fairly to half blood grade, are bring SO to 81 cents. These prices are slightly exceeded for choice clips and for poorer wools a cent or two less is paid. The situa tion at the mills is unchanged." Scoured basis: Texas Fine 12 months, 7275c; fine 8 months,, 62 63c. Terrltorj Fino staple, 80 82c; fine medium staple, 78 80c; fine clothing, 7577c; fine medium cloth ing, 73fi7Go; half blood combing, 70c; three-eights blood combing, 7278c. Pulled extra, 78680c; AA, 769) 7Sc; fino A, 70?(72c; A supers, 65 U Bsc. KANSAS CITY liKAIY. Kansas City, May 12. Wheat No. 2 hard, l.09fi1.17; No. 2 red, $1.09 1.14; May, $1.07; July, $1.08 V4- Corn No. mixed, 71c; No. 2 white, 71 tyc; No, 2 yellow, 7l.i72c; May, 68c; July, 69ftc. Oats No. 2 white, 46 Co;; 47c; No. 2 mixed, 40(a'42c. LEAD AM) SPECTER. New York, May 12. The metal ex Change quotes lead $7,425)7.57. Spelter Weak. Kast St. Louig de livery, 16 MiC asked. . LIY1XTOOK MARKETS. Chicago Livestock. Chicago, May 12. Cattle Receipts 1.001). Market steArtv. ' Native beef steers, J i.POtfi 10.10;, western steers. JS.OOS.OO: Blockers, I3.9ufp8.80; cows, $4.3u 9.50; calves, $7.00 10.50. - Hogs Receipts 11,000. Market otrong, 10c above yesterday's average, nolle. J9.Ki1fii K: Hht. ISSOifMuOl): heavy, $9.60 10.05 ; pigs, $7.2tjiff 9.25. Sheep Receipts, 9,000. aiarket steady. Wethers, $7.20 9.60; lambs, $8,255! 12.15; springs, $U.OO13.50. Kansas City Livestock. ' Kansas City, May 12. Cattle--Re-celpts 200. Market steady. Prime fed steers, $9.35 9.65 ; western $7.00 Market heavy, steers, $8.00 Sj 9.40; mockers, 8.75; calves, $6.50 10.75. Hogs Receipts 3,000. higher. P.ulk, $9.65 9.85; 9J5(&9.90; light, $9.55(9.80; pigs, $8.509.25. Sheep Receipts 1,000. Market steady. Lumbs, $9.50ri 12.00; year lings, $8.50f 11.00; wethers, $7.75 9.50. Denver livestock. ,' ' Denver, May 12. Cattle Receipts 500. Market steady. I:eef steers, $7.75(1(9.00; cows and heifers, $5.75 7.85: swelters and feeders, $7.00 8.30; calves, $10.00 iff 11.75. 6, Hogs Receipts 800. Market steady to strong. Top, $9.75; bulk, $9.!i5(ii 9.65. ' Sheep Receipts none. Market strongs. suite uf N- Mcxicii, Htate Ccirperntion C. mmisslun of New Mexico, CertlflCHta of comparison. United StHt.-s of America, State of New Mexico, as. It la hcretiy crrtifivd that the annexed la a full, true and complete transcript of the Certificate of Incorporation of The Mur phey Kanltarlum (No. 84:4). with the en liorneimnts tlicreou, an urni apear on file and of record In the offlco of tho fcSt.'ite Corporation commission. In Testimony Whereof, tno .sunn corpo ration Commission of the tate of New Mex ico ha ea.ued this certificate to! be slKHett by Its chairman and the seal of said Com mission, to be affixed at the City of Santa Kg on this 11th day of March. A. I). lt'16. M. S. onovrcs, Attest: Chairman. UUWIN- F. COAUD, (SEAL.) Clerk. If. R. Stamp. 10c. ARTIC'LKH fiK !N(XJIU'OltATION OF TJIK M C III ' I i U If S A N I T A It I U M. Know All Men by Those Presents, tltat tie, W. T. Murphey, Finley Van Orsdall ami J. K. Kusler, all of whom ure cliizens of the United States and residents of tho .State of New M-xIco, have this 11th day of March. 1W6, associated ourselves twllirr fl r uurjiose of forming a corxratlon under the provisions of tho lavs of the Slate of tcw Mexico, und to thut end no do hereby cer tify us Mlons: . I. The corporate name of suld corporation ts TIik Muipluy Kanltarluin. II. The principal place of business of suld corporation Is I.ocust . und Lead Avenue i.. .1... ,H., A llono.lmic. ItemalllO County, New Mexleo, and W. T. Murphey l tile OKent In r Ha run inereot, anu up"n n u-n. ttw ag-alnst Hie corporation may be served. ' III. Tho oMccts for w hich tlilfc .correlation Is formed Is to conduct and Carry on , private sanitarium and hospital and d. uoneral to perform und exercisn 01,1 tho rights, powers and functions conferred oY. ftuthorized by law ; upon business orpol--tlnns and in further of hut not Jn lioilti).-. lion of the powers conferred on Beneral corporations arid authorised to them by tne provisions of the law of New Mexico tho mid corporation shall have and may cxer oIm among others the following powers and rights: (a To purchase, hold, sell. Improve oi encumber real estuto or personal property or any Inter, sts or lights therein eith'.r within or without the Plate of New Mexico. (hi To hold, purchase or otherwise sc- quire. to sell, assign, ivaruuer, uio. , nledue or otherwise dispose of shares of the capital stock, bonds or. other evidences of Indebtedness created by any other cor poration or corporations, and while the hold er of such stock, to exercise s.11 rights and privileges of ownership, Including the rlKUt to vela thereon to the soma extent os ratural person migni. or cou.u. . (e) To make, enter Into and execute con tracts of every, kind and character, s-ule and unsealed. srith ImlivMual. ttm. as- SOCiailOnS Him - , and municipal, and bodies politic, und with the government of the. ITlttd nates, and . .. t...- T-riiofv. or colony or district thereof, and with uny foreign cuu-1 IV. The smount of the lolal authorised capi tal stock of the corporation Is One' Jluu deed Thousand Dollar. .IOo.(.'i. which iaTd stock is divided Into one 'h..u.an. "are' of the par value of One Hundred Di liars t $100.00) each. The names and postnfflce addresses of the .t th. r,,,nher of snares 01 incoruora ' or e. ." LioeK euiweribed for by each are as fol lows: No. of Van,, Posloffice. shares W. T. Murpl.ey AH.uqueniU". N r Fiiiles Van Orsdall Albuquerque. V M. -l K- Kunler Albuquerque. .N. ' Vhe'SvK-ate of which ts twelve lt,.u.and dollars, which Is the amount of cap is ,to'k with which this eorporstlou shs.l commence lmiin-s. the time for which this corpora Un Is M exist Is fifty crs from and after ls In corporation. . The number ol its d'recton shall he "t Tell 1 TlkroiB tike POR SALE $2,500 5-room frame, modern, two sleeping porches, good outbuildings, Fourth ward. $1,700 6-room, 2-story frame, bath, etc., corner lot, cement coping, Fourth ward. $2,400 5-room frame, glassed-ln sleeping porch, cellar, chicken houses; shade and fruit trees, lot 100x142; Fourth ward. $2,000 5-room frame, modern, South Kdith street, convenient to shops. $1,600 8-room bungalow, modern, two sleeping porches, 50-ft, lot; Fourth ward, near car line. $5,600 6-room, modern, up-to-date bung-alow, built-in features; sleep lng porch; also J-room bungalow In-rear; Fourth ward. Many other bargains la Improved and unimproved property. A. FLOSCI1E1 . Heat Ewtat and Insurance, 111 South Fourth street. less than throe and not more than five, as tho stockholders may, hy the by-laws di rect, and the names and residences of th Directors who are appointed for the first three months and until their successors are regularly and duly chosen by the stockhold ers are as follows: Name. Addresses. W. T. Murphey Alhuoiierque. N. M. Finky Van Orsdall Albuquerque, N. M. 1. l Kugler Albuquerque. N. M. VIII. In furtherance, and not In limitation of the powers conferred by statute, the Hoard of Directors of this corporation are uuthort hsod: (a) To hold their meetings and have one or more office and keep the books of the corporation within or (excevl ns otherwise provided by statute) without tho Htato of New ftt"xlro ut such pluces as may from t!me to lime be ileslgnntt d by them. (b) To dctermlno" from llmo to time whether and If allowed, under what condi tions and regulations the accounts and books ut the corporation shall be open to Inspection of tho stockholders and. the stockholders' rights In this respect are. and Bhall be restricted and limited accordingly; and no stockholder shall have any right to nspeot nny account or book or document of the corporation except as authorised by the by-laws or by the Hoard of pireetors. but this provision shall not be constryod ns In conflict with, any positive provision of the statute. c To make, alter, amend and rosclnd the by-laws of the corporation, and to fix. determine, from time to time, and vary tho amount to he reserved as working capi tal and to determine, tho times for the declaration and payment and the amount of each dividend on tho stock, and to deter mine und dlrert the use and disposition of any surplus or ret profits and to author ise and cause to he executed mortgages nd liens and all other Instruments affect ing the real and personal property of, the corporation. (d) To authorise one or more of their number to constitute an executive commit tee, which committee shall for the time be ing and until said resolution be rescinded or the by-laws otherwise provide, have and exercise all the powers of the lloard of Di rectors witch may he lawfully delegated, h, the management of tho business affairs of the corporation, and shaU have power to authorize the seal of the corporation to be affixed to any and all papers requiring a sal. (e) Whenever authorised by the affirma tive vote of the holders of a majority of tho slock Issued and outstanding at a stockholders' meeting duly convened and colled; to sell, assign, transfer or otherwise dispose of all t lie property. Including' the franchise or franchises of the corporation as an entirety. (f) The Board of TMrpotors' nnd Execu tive Committee shall, except us otherwise provldort by law. have power to act by a it solution In w riting, signed by all the members of the Hoard of Directors or of the members of the executive or other com mittee and filed and inserted in the re corded minutes of the cotnpuny and prop erly dated; and such resolutions so signed and annexed to the mlnutus shall he deemed tho Ration of such board or committee, as the case may . be. with the same force and effect as If the same had been duty passed by the vote of the inombcrs signing the seme at a regularly convened meeting. (g) A majority of the Hoard of Directors shall be necessary for a quorum for the transaction of business and such majority must include the directors owning, or by proxy representing, a majority of the stock of said corporation Issued und outstand ing. IX. Tho stockholders of said corporation in regular or special meeting, properly called in accordance with law or the provisions hereof, mny alter or amend the by-laws of this corporation and a majority of the capi tal stock of said corporation Issued and out standing must be present, or represented by rroxy. ut any meeting of tho stockholders in order to constitute a quorum thereof, nnd said stockholders may by resolution duly adopted at such meeting remove any direc tor or officer of the corporation and elect a successor to fill out the unexpired term of suld director or officer. IN WITNESS WIIIillUoF wo have here unto sit our hands and seals this lltli day of March, 1910. W. T. MUtl'llUy. (.HKAU) FINl.EY VAN OiiSDALU (HKAI.) J. K. KUtiLUR. (SICAU) fl, Jt. Ktump 10c. ) State of New, Mexico, County of Bernalillo, ss: On this Hill day of March, 1D1B, before me, the undersigned, a Notary l'uhllc. in and for raid county, personally appeared W. T. Murphey. Finley Von Orsfluil and ,T. V. Kugler,, to me known to be the persons described In and who 'executed the fore going certificate . and each severally ' ac knowledged tu me that they executed the same- ss their free set and deed. IN WITNKSH W.HKItKOI", I have hereunto Set my hand and affixed my official seal this I4th day of March, . - VIOLA A. JONES, (fKAfi.l ' Notary l'uhllc. My commission expires Reptember S. IMS Endorsed: No, S-U't, Cor. Beo'd. Vol. . FftKo Certificate of Incorporation of Th Murhhey Oanitnrlnm. Filed In Office of State Coi poration Commission of New Mex ico. Mm-, i,'., 11(16 ; 9 ) A. M. Edwin . F. Coord, Clerk. Compared TJH to EFC. INDEXED. Htato of New Mexico, County of Bernalillo, ss. This Instrument was filed for reoord on ths Will day of March, lfU6, st 3:33 o'clock V. if. Itecorded In Vol. "C" Misc. of Rec ords of said County, Folio 4S9. A. B. WALKER, (8F.AL ) Clerk and Recorder. Com'pd 0, W, to M, IV. ' NOTK K 1 OR I't BLlCATIOX. Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Of fice at Santa Fe, N. M., April HI, 1916. Notice la hereby given that Loairre Fearc. of Albuquerque. N. M. who, tin April 27, 190, made lid. A, No. .09715, for B. N. W. 1-4 and lots 1 and 1 Section T, Township N, Bangs 4 E. N. M. P. Meridi an, has filed notlca of Intention to make five year proof, to establish claim to tha land above described, before Oeorge R. Craig, IT, S. Commissioner, at Albuquerque, N. M , on June I, 1914. Claimant names ss witnesses: Mury Josephine pea res, ot Albuquerque, N. M. Horatio M Pearre, of Albuquerque, N. at I'.amon Ortls, of Albuquerque. N. M. Otto B. Van Cleave, of Albuquerque, N. M. FRANCISCO CELOADO. Register. NOTH B r SI IT. No, i0.l.7. In the District Court. State of New Mexico, County of Hermilillo. KliS'ibeth Keif Collins vs. Charles Alexander Collins. To tne above named Defendant: You are hereby notiflod that a suit has been f!l.l against you in the said court and county by the above itemed p'alnllff. in which the said plaintiff pravs for an absolute divorce on the ground of non-sup-p. rt. And yd are further notified that unless you enter or muse lo be entered y-oor sppearanee In said cause on nr be fr,Vthi I'th itay of June. A. I). 1H. a decree pro conftsso will be taken against Five-room, motlt rn house, near-ln In lowlands; gas range and Instan taneous gaa heater; 3-room brick house in rear; property wilt rent Cor $32.00. (We have it for ealo for $2,200 for quick buyer. lit Went Gold. Real lutute. Fire Iiuuirauice, Loam. C.X1 Itl'.XTK. 5-room house, furnlnheil $35.00 7 -room house, lota of porches, partly furnltiheU , $35.00 2-room furniHlied cottage $14.00 3 dandy furnished rooms $16.00 i-room house, good porches'. .$21.80 R. McCLlGHAN, HO Wsat Gold . Pbona 0T. you ond the relief prayed for will bo grant ed. Tho name of the plaintiff s attorney, l.i W. A. Keleher, whose postofflc address is Albuquerque, New Mexico. (Seal ) A. R. WALKER. Clerk.. By TITOS. K. t. M.MiPlKoM, Deputy. NOTICE FOR PI BMCATION. Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Of fice at Santa Fe. K. M.. April Sl 19H. Notice la hereby given that Mary Jose phine Pearce of Albuquerque, N. M,, who on April it. 1909, made lid. A. No, 09718. for N. H. 1-4. Heation 7, Township 8 N, Bangs 4 E. N. V. I'. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to mske flv year proof t.i establish claim to tha land above da torlhed, before tleorge n. Craig, V. W. Com missioner, at Albuquerque, N. M..' n June 6, 191(1. ,: Claimant namei at wltnsssest " I.enore Pearce. of Albuquerque. .Nv M. Horatio M. Pearce, of Albuquerque, N. M. Ramon Orlli, of Albuquerque. N. M. Otto N. at. Van Cleave, or - Albuquerque, FRANCISCO PELOAtlO, Register. II A Mi K UTS PRTITIrtN I Olt VII CHAKC.K. In lh t'nlted Stales District Court for tha District of New Mexico. In tho matter of U'Von Ward. Ilankrupt. No. at. In Bankruptcy ' To the Honorable William 11. pope, Judgo of the District Court of tho Vnited, .Kin lea f,.r the District of New Mexico. Uvon Word, of Albuquerque, in the County of llernullllo and St He of New Mex ico, In said district, respectfully represents that on the llth duy of March, A. D. Wl. Inst post he was duly ad lodged bankrupt under tho Acta of Congress relating to bankruptcy; thut he has duly surrendered nil his pr"i'-r'w nnd rlirhts of property, anil has filllv compiled wltlvall the requirements of sold Acts and of tho, orders of the Court touching his bankruptcy. Wherefore ho prays that he may be de creed by the Court to have a full discharge from nil debts provable against his eslate under anld linnkvupl acts, except suc h dolus ns are excepted hy law from such ilischorgc. Dated this f'lh day of May. A. D, li'hi. I.F.VON WAI'.D, Uuukrupt. Order of Nntlce Thereon. In the United States UtMrlot t ourt ror me TtUlrlet of 'ew Mexlow. In tho mutter of l-evoii Ward. Uuukrupt, NO, S!l. Pistil, t of New Mexico ss. fin Ibis llth ilHV of May. A. D. ll'lfi. rr-aiilna the nelltloii for discharge of l.evoti Wnrd. btinUrupl. II Is ordered bv Hie court llmt a hearing be iiad. upon the same on iho :mih day of June. A. D. HUB. before John IV. Wilson, a ltcferee In Bankruptcy of suld court, ut Alluiouerouc. New Mexico, in s district, at 10 o'clock In tho fore u; nnd that notice thereof bo jjubllehed In the Al hunucruue Morning .Journal, a newspaper printed in sold district, und that ull known creditors and other persons In Interest may appear at the said time and place ami snow cause, if any they have, why the prayer of the suld petitioner should not be Krunted. And II Is further ordered by the Court that Iho Kefereo shall send by mull to nil known creditors, copies of said pelllloti nnd this order, addressed to them at their places of residence, ns suited. WM. II. I'lU'B, V. S. Judgo. Attest: A true copy. HAItllY F. I-i:E, Clerk. Attest: A true copy, JOHN W. WI I.HON, ltefcrcc. May 1. IPIfi. NOTK K OF ITIIST M KKTIMJ OF (IlKHITOIls. n the District Court of the Vnilcd ."lutes for tho Plate of New Mexico. In tho mutter of Kevon Ward, liaiilirupt. In Itunliruplcy No. To the Creditors of Kevon Ward. Albuquer que, New Mexico, In the County of Mor- nalillo and aforesaid district, u bank runt. Notice Is hereby given that on the 1Hh day of March. A. D. l'.ils, the B.u.l Kevon Ward was duly adjudged bankrupt; nnd that t lits first meeting of his crediiors will he hob) nt the office of the tteferee, nt Al nuquerque. New Mexico, on tile '271 1) day of May. lfilii, at ten o'clock in the forenoon at which lime Ihe sold creditors may ut. tend, prove their claims, nppoiut a trustee examine the bankrupt and transact such other business ns may properly como be fore said marling. JOHN W. WILBON, lieferee. Doled May K WW. FOlt SAKB Jersey cow; fresli in few dnys, lill'O South Edith. Foil SA KB Horse, i heap; broken to har ness and saddle. Inquire lor, North Third, FOH BAKE Voting mnie, harness and bug y; best turnout in the etiy, K'5. Kill Hch- drlclts avenue, phone lllf'.T. JfOll SAKE Heavy team of young horses one Iron gray weighing 1,1(14 pounds; one sorrel weighing 1.204; will work both dooh'e or single; these horses are perfectly sound. E. W. Foe. , F(Tl! tiAKK.-Hlgh-gnidA Jersey cattle; lour mllcli cous, i;r. to tlui; 3 tiro-year-olds, coming fresh, , to Ifs'i; 3 one-year-olds, !.'. e ich. Hlo (irunde Industrial neliool, phone lf,cj, TYPMVRITRHH. AKL KI.MM4. iKith new and second-hand, bought, sold, rented and repaired. Albu querque Typewriter l!ohang. PUons 114 124 South Fourth street. tiNDKKWOOD TfPEWltlTICIia. Me ma chines. First class rentals. Repairs and high grade rebuilt typs'Tfltara. Expert m. chanlo In charge of shop. 131 West Gold. Phene 144. ttnderwnnd TvrtesrHtee ertmpanv mil h.1.I0 nnmtipsi. Foil BAKIi Itanch, Sin acres and l-room house. Address Owner, .Box 17, Bills boro. N. M. FOK 8AKK lo-acre ranch, 4-room house, barn, chh ken yard and houses: 4 acres un der coltlvatton; must g at once. Address Owner. Journal. . Flftl-T class board may be obtained f"ur blocks from postnfflce. In private family; prlee rf-asonahle. Address p. o. boa lit. wwljEX- - - - nAA-L-vn-, FOR RENT OH SALK ' Horsea and all kinds of second-hand wsgong. at your own price. Simon Osrcia. not H. Arnn HOI'HK I'AIMTIN'O. FOK RF.XT OffW Rtnmg. FOR EIOiME . Elhty-rive (Sl) acre alfalfa ranch under government Irrigation project In IVcos valley fur Albunueniue or Hern allllo county property. Eight-room house and hits In Olo vis, N. M., for AlbuiuuTinie property. MONEY TO LOAN. TOMTOH & CO. Ill Wfst Gold AtenatV T.osnr. LOUT ladlcs' liundbag eotllalhlllg p.ipeis nod i hangu. Phone TIM. Mrs. , lleymoiul Hiumni,'. , l.uMT--Colt's uutomallu .31 six s)io.tor, Pleas icl urn tu I'. T. l.onsrgan, superln tendeiit I'ueblo Indlsii agency, fecioul ami New York. city. nrciip wantkh.' Mala. VANTfcl liemoiistiators; cull at T7 fioiilh First before tl a, in. and after 4.30 p. in. Call f"r Power. WANTED Carpenters and laborers, good man cook. Employment Agency, 110 (totith Third street. Phone I5. VAN'TKU-Man to work on runeh, single . und In good health; permanent. Inquire afternoons, 211 North Twelfth street. WANTED Cook. i'.'.'I West Copper, WANTKD Ulrl to assist In housework and rare tor children, ZM North Walter. WANTtOO At once, woman for geiierul housework; two in family. Phone 2u;j. 616 East Cranti. WANTKD tlirl for cooking nnd geneTTl . houseworJt Mrs. N. T, Annljo. SJJ West Copper nveiue. V ANTKD.Vomiin for housework, to go home nights: prefer American woman of middle age. Phone $65. WANTKD tfellunle girl for second work and car of children; references required. Apply 7-.t West ivppor avenue. WANTFO Position. WA NTFi - ,'hnuffeur wuilts, ,iob; reasona blc wogiS. Piiono or call at IJ Knst .Silver. WANTKD Position hy i xpi-rleii ,'ed strung raplier. Klght yeiirs' espcri'lice In bank and commercial, Fhoiie ll.'i2. WANTHD-Posltlon by efficient stenogra pher, bookkeeper, eight years exportenoe, bunk nnd commercial, l'houe ll"'f. VVA.Tt;i ICxiivrieiiced bo-okkecp. c. cashier, correspondent (Fnglisll-Spanlsh) wants position. A-l references. At iiresent em ployed. Good reasons for change. Address lb okkeeper, care Journal. CFDAK VOHTH and fertiliser phone IK4IIW, Ft'H HA I.IJ-IIoll-top desk. Inquire West Cold. Foil SAI.r.I- tlood sirnni huggiT cheap. North KleventU street. (OH riAI.R flood suhattiiiilal spring wagon at low price W. W. Fee. FOlt fciAI.U I Uop-lit ud Hiiigcr cuwlng niu clilne, chiap bol South Ivlith. Folt BALE Fresh ground bom tm otiiok jns Highland Meat Market. - i oil BAKU Underwood typewriter, good order, 30. 1'JI Houth Fourth. Phone 111. FOlt SA1.K ciieup, illning table und sis ehaiis, mission style.. Ju7 North Fifth street F1VK dollars takes SlngTer"seAving muchlho In going ordar; call aftsrnoon or evsnln.. 1311 Knst Central. , VO It" SAI.I':l7Til IrtTi niolorcycle" ' w II h able car, electrical equlpincnl, horn. yn mod el, choup. Hituser's sudtlleiy. IK West Cop per. FOlt SAKH One large refrigerator box In fine condition; cost IT. 00; will sell for IU6. Inquire Ituclicclil Mercantile Co., Inc., First and TIJeras. Foil HAKK Navujo blankets. Kchmeddlug standard. Dlroot from reservation. Guar anleed tu bs absolutely genuine. Best prices ever offered In Albuquerque. D. H. MoKoe. residence 401 North Thirteenth sireet. Phone 969. " Kbr ik fKoi ik : Komo leiiKalns for you: itiinge. Ilea lor. nice It-uthir colli ll, dresser, tliren licit- stcuds.und springs, wilhIi sland. ball live, dining chairs, other small things, bunch of old nnd young chickens; am having tiwn. it. K. Cuinmlligs, :w Houlli Wallci, Foil SA I.IC-l'olisli'Ucl.in ilant""lli d by tllo Kc hii.i;il..ii Mtvh'i ul F.lcphuul llutte. N. M.. consisting of c.ililcwuys. crushers, (kreicks. (Irllls. mixers, turlio-geiicraiors, motors, pumps, shop equipment, etc ; ue sejliiilons, prices and terms on application to UorlHnilllo.il Service, Klephallt Hlltle, N. M, Stale cIhss of equipiiicnl desired. ANTKD The use of a burse for his teed. Phone 14W.I. Utioli pusiuro for horses and cattle. In city: II per mo. phone 1L'3oJ. WaNTF.D iloueo building" ana job" uwx inn try. Barton Keller. Phone 12H2W. CAKI'ET CKKAN1NO, furniture and atovs repairing, W. A, Onff Phona Ml. KAt'l'i curluins ctirefully laundered by hand. 1004 Hast Copper avenue, phone fi87. WANTKI Poultry of all kinds for mar ket; bring It to &1J North Fltth or phona V. II. Miller. WANTKD To sell u 11 room frame building to bo moved off of lot. Call at 4u6 West Copper, or phono Im'i. WAN! T.I) -Mure lot farm tvoik; must weigh I.JuO pounds. J. M, Hayden, jjis Condelftrins, I'lKoie l.IUM,. IVANTKD-Peoplo 10 follow Ilia crowd lo a fine breakfast of three waffles and cof. fee. 1, I .unchet to, llii Mouth Third. WANTKD To repair your lesky roof while the went her Is dry. Oulta Percha llauf- Ing Co., 110 South Third. Phone .4. FOH Iif:T ApartmentAi. TWO-iiooM apartment rsasonsble. Inquire New hotel, corner First and TIJeras. Foil HUNT Four -loom modern furnished flat, sleeping porch, 10 Xouth Blxth, In quire tit Ravoy hotel. Foil HKNT Veiy deslisble three-room apaptmeiit. furnished. , No clilldmn or transients. 400 Koulli Seventh treet. Ftlll HKNT -Two looms Olid kitelil-lielte; also sleeping porch, all modern; hot ao.i cold water: no slek. Inquire after p. m. to Fast iVntraK FOlt HKN'T-Nlcely fuuilslied apurtment, 4 looms and balh, Juno 1st to tcptinher Kith; no sic K. 117 1-2 Hotith Soventh sireet. Hlern spertinenla. OR ltKNT-F'ig-roi'in flat, strictly modern, no sickness, excellent neighborhood, sill orth Fourth sir-el, r.-i.l S.::o, loquiie D, It S.-ll-'ls, First Natioitnl bank. Foil KAKH OH TfiADH A liio-ncre farm. within a mile of Dayton. N. M., in the Pecos valley. Forty acres of apple orch- . 6-veat-old trees: also forty acres In alfalfa: good house, barn and fencing. Will sol' on terms or trade for Albuquerque real ..lute W. W Strong. Albuquerque, N. M. HJK eAI.K-one of Hi,, finest litll.i ranches near city wllh ail oily conveniences; seveti orn hoose. with h"t and cold water; bath and toilet loom; rivo acics in orenam anu slfnlfn. Tliren blocks from sireet cur Hue, telephone, u""ll delivered twice dally. Will also sell iy stands of bees and rUtidchakor aolomoliibi if desired. Also 'KM chickens. 1'ossession given any time, place must be seen to be appreciated. Sell on account of age. IK Houtti Second street. Make date by ph'.ne. l',7.!J. Terms If dosireiK Rt'fflJw'gL-, rryr, - lull HAl.K-i"ntfi. li-room bllok, semi-mod-ern, arranged for one or two families. 1r.o7 West Miirl.le. FOR SALK Four-room brick, glassed-lo sleeping porch, good bargain; tornia 10. J. Scoit, 4-0 West (Iranlta avenue. Ii. MtpH(llcn. V.. Ii. McSpndilcn, THE EMA A few Imrgiilns in sowing; ma- ililne.i; Singer, $6.00; Ionn'Mtlc, $7.60; Koynl, $4.50; New Home, $7.50; Standurd rotary, $10. Oil; I.lber- ! ty, $ll.oo. All In itooit working or-1 tier. Come In and try them owl. j SlX'OM IIM .OOIS I.OK.UT, lllt'jflo llt'iltii)iters) riiono nit. 120 vt Gold FOU RF.NT Ttoomsi. snSAeeMwvswAwwvNeMAev North. Full IlKN I Nice cool furnished Phone isulW. North Heron. I, FOH llKNT Furnislied rooms uy day or week. Oram building HOJH Wsat Central. FOU UKNT JJeautirully furnished front room in modern home; cloaa In. tUC West Copper aveuuu. Foil ItlJNI'-NI.ely furnished front room, suitable fur two; private bath and phone. No other roomers or boarders, 4W iorth Flftb. FOlt KKNT Furnished apartmonta from two to four rooms each, aleoplng porchss, raa and aleotrlo lights. 1104 North Second street SOU HUNT Newly (uinishtd outside rooms and also light housekeeping! rates reasonable. Fhona 141. Colombo houU 101 North Plrsl street. Boutn. tl i It KKNT Two housekeeping rooms, West Wlver, phono KJ7J. FOh IliENT Furnished rooms for Ught housekeeping. 781 South Hecond. Foil PENT Furnished ruom, with or with out boiird. at 8li South Third street. ihijlt KENT Modern rooms; also for light housekeeping; no slek. fw l-t West Central. FOH ItKNT Two nicely furnished rooms for light huuivkeci'lng, modern. Inquire CI7 West Silver. FOU BKNT Elegiuil room, single beds. bath adjoining, new horns, gentlemen. 71'. West lad avenue, In it UK NT orilce aiid housekeeping rooms. New Armljo building, corner Thud and Central, J.' liorradalle agent. FOrt"ltl!N1 -Furnished front"rooni;"qulet; cool; sepiirntn entrHnce; bath adjoining; 110 healthseeker. 4"! South Fifth street, F'Cir IlliNT Elegantly furnisiisl rooms. ruunlng water In every room, Vendntne Annex. Mrs. John Corneito, cornsr Second and silver. Filt HUNT -Nice clean light housekeeping. furnished and unfurnished rooms by day or week; under new management, lllttner House. Ill J-S Bouth First street. Phona 221. JHIglLasMla. Full ItfcNT-Furnlshed rooms. 7t'l Kast (."en- trnl, phone 146. FOH KKNT Furnished rooms. Ill Cvula Walter street. Fhona Ilia. toll HliNT Nicely turnislied room; per week: hoard in. l"4 Suit Ii Kdllli. I FOlt KKNT Mnilcni furnlslni.l nouns with sleeping porches. Ml-! Fust Central. Foil KKNT Furnished rooms for house-. keeping, sleeping porch 410 Pouth Kduh. foil ItlCNT Two nicely furnislied rooms and sleeping porch for light housekeep ing. i!Jl South Walter. ' f'blt HUNT-Nice rooms urulslied for housekeeping, modern, sleeping porches. ilM tiouili Arno. phone IfdsVV; Foil itUNT Two largeTooma Willi sleeping porch, each suliuble for two people; ev erything modern, 'm South Arno, FOU irFTNiCT'wo iiloely-furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Mrs. H. K. rtutherKird, fill eoulh Diondwsy. Foil ItlCNT Kurgo sunny front room for housekeeping, with good 'sleeping porch; two beds, tllll Bouth Arno sireet. FOH-H KNTTwo orhroa-roiini apurtment, furnished; also single rooms; no chil dren. The Lodge, 15 East Central. FOH KENT bleeping or nice housekeeping rooms, good location for sick; no chil dren; phone IM.'IW. Houtll Walter. (lenerul. FOlt ItFNT Cool, henutirully furnished room In modern private home, Address B, Journal. FOlt HKNT Well fur.ushed, comfortable room and sleeping porch, with pleasant home surroundings, for one or twu persons. Phono lMJ. rDII ltI'.NT Dwelling-. Norili. Foit HKNT J l m liouse, finnlslieii, llli Notih First. 113 iifonili. Pill N' rl h F-rsi. FOlt KKN'T A five-room modern bouse, no sick, inquire 7-3 Noith Thud street, phona Kl. Foil IIF.NT-Ni wly Furnislied bungalow for summer months; no sick. Cull lull North Tin'Ulh, illume I'W. Foil HKNT Well furnished flic-room mod em bouse at l.'i Wtflt Maniuetlu. inquire at :n:i South ;''nst street. l-'OH KKNT--i'ollt-rooin. Well lurnlhlied, ' modern bungalow, glass sleeping porch; no Slclr. Phone Itm. 610 West Marble. Mi lib. FOH HKN l Fuur furnished t m for summer mcnths. 7,4 Houih First. Foil HKNT- Furnislied collage, IW" rooms and large gluss sleeping porch; I III month, lilli We. t Coal. FOH KKN'T- Five-room brick, modern, com pletely furnished, :IJH West Kcad. inquire room W, Ju.11'2 West Central. Foil HUNT Four-room furnished modurn house, screened porches, nice yard, shsde trees. 1:09 bouth Second street. Phone 175S. FOH HKN I" -414 Houlli Third, brick, seven rooms and sleeping porch, coal and gas ranges, shades, water paid, Llfl.iKI per moiiui. Mrs. Tllton-ilogh, phono ls;8, or Bruno I'leckmann. IllxlilnnOs. Poll ItKNT-Tlireo-rooin cottage wllh glnssed-ln porch, furnished. Los K-oith Kd 1 1 h. . FOB HUNT Furnished twu-room cottage with sleeping porch. MIU Bout Ii W alter street. FOlt HUNT Furnislied three-room bunga low with hath. Apply 1211 bouth Arno. Phone 19::IW. FOH HKNT Keiisomible, high class new bun galow, built In features, winged sleeping porches: pl.nne 1;W. I-'IO Fast Central. Foil HI'.NT Kp-to-dato modern furnished house, 819 Fast Sliver acinic, glass sleep ing porch. Inquire 61(1 1-3 Kast Central ave nue. . FOH HKN T- Furnislied complete 4-loom liouse, two screened porches, large yard, convenient to shops, lights paid, IW per month. 1415 Homh Arno. Oeneral, KoTi fflOTT M-'dcrn rol'iage rurnfs 1 1 I eotuplele. Inquire Hplndle, Hawkins' st Ore. Full ni';NT-i''ii:e-ro..m nksly tu'rnisheil house, water paid; immediate p.issesslon given; reasonable. Address W. O.. Journal. FOH ia:.NT KooiiiH Wllh Ponrrl. oil KiC.Vl' KoolitM and burd. Halei per day. 611 South Bronlwsy. Foil HKNT- Ho. in Willi sleeping porch and board, l.iO per day, plid.e wis, 4IJ least rillver. HIUII C'KAHi room and boejd; sleeping porches, alpeclal attention to health aeek rs. 613 South Broadway, phone 1H02. Mill KKN'T - Kaote well furnished front room wllh board f..r one or two pel -sons. PIcomiiiI home uri'ouuding. Phone H-M FOH KKN T -Cui a mmodiile !' I" f"ur persons wlili excellent enst rrotit rooms Willi porclies and first-class board, at ll-'J East Central. McKKKKAH HANl'II -yulet and altiactlvs heullb resort, two miles north of postof flce, fresh egxs. Jersey milk, free convey ance, sleeping porch or cottage, I'h'na I .HOW LOCKIlAItT hTncII The mt"Turactiva health resort. One mile north of town. All milk-, oream and eggs produced on placs. Frea carriage for guests. Electrlo lights, city mall service, poems or cott.igea phona 1031, Mrs. W. II. Heed. ( . Onion PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTOKNKYti. JOHN W. WILSON, Atuirney. Rooms 15, 17 and 19. Cromwell Dulldlnf. Phone 1173. ItODKY A KOOKY ATTOKNKYS AT LAW. Rulta I. 1-aw Library Building. DENTISTS. 1)11, J. K. KRAFT Dental Surgeon, rtooms 1-5, Harnett llldg. Phona T44 Appointments Mads by Mall. B. V. tOI'l- Denllst. ftooms 4-6, Mellnl Bid. Over Penniy Store - Phona TM FHlHII IANM AMI HI KOIU1NS) SOLOMON 1.. IIFRTON, M. 1. I'll j U Ian and Hurgeoa Phona 17. ilarnstt Bid. DBS. Tl I.I. A II All K Practice l imited lu K..ve, Ear, Nnsa aaal Throat, fttnto National Bank Bldg. 11B. M. 41. VOX AI.MKX l'racllra Limited Ut Kya, Ear, So und Throat. Offlca Hours: 10 to It; I to 4 2I0t, West Central Avenue, Phona III I'll. T. r. TANNtd Specialist In Kya, F.ar, Nosa and Throat. Mellnl Building, Albuquerque. Hours 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Phona Til. TMK MIIU'IIKY HANATORILM Tuberculosis of the Throat and lungs. City office, 111',, West Central Avenua. Office Hours: I to 11 a. m I to 4 p. m. l'hooe lib; Hanatorlum Phona All. W. T. Murphey, M. l, Medlral turector. E, E, ROYER, M, D. HOMI.OrATIIK! I IIVSH IAN. Office: Whiting Building. Phone III W, M, SHERIDAN, M, D. Practlca Limited Genito Urinary Diseases am Diseases of the Skin, Tha Wsssermann and Noguchl Tests; Bal varsan "tot" Administered. Cltlsens Bank Bldg. Albuquerque, New Msitco I.A.MI ArrOKNF.YS) ANI SIKVKVORs) PITT ItoHs, County Hurvevor; Kdmund ltoss, It. B. Mineral Surveyor. 110 West Gold avenue. Box 411, Albuquedque, N. at. VITK.KINAItV MIIOOLS. . F. VKTEHINAHV College begins Sept. II. Catalog free. C. Keane, Pres., 1111 fcarket street, Pan Francisco, Calif. Full rJAKK F.bks from itose Comb II. I. . Iteds. mm North Eighth street. J. Wrangle. FOH HAKIS Kggs tor hatching from B. C II. I, Heda. Barred P. lockJ. Bed Poultry yards, 4U-4JI West Atla.tlo. Phona 148IW. Flll HAKE Br jnsa turkr eggs, JOa each, from sweepstakes prlss tnnrs at stata fair. lltl. Ideal Poultry Ranoh, Old Al buquerque, Phone 116. BUTTING ElillH Full-braed Barred Hocks, "So per setting of 19; Buff Orpingtons, II; Ilhoda Island Beds, II. Ill North T h I rteenth street. Phone 111. FuK HAKK Four breeding per.s. r. C. It. I. Heda; each pen comprising sis hens and fancy ckl. Also laying hens. To make r ...m will sell cheap. C. 1'. Hay, MO North High sireet. QUA KIT T COUNTS. Eggs for hatching, 10 cents each, from the finest Buff Orpingtons and Black Ml- norcas In the west. I- II. Morgan and Sons, 112 Hotith Arno. Phoe DI79. I'll lis KAY, they win. they pay, that's enough to say. Navajo It. 1. Heda, 8. C. White Orpingtons, 8. C. Aneonss, 8. 8. Hamburg stock, eggs and chicks. K. El. Ih .-ias Poultry Tarda, 717 East Haseldliie avenue, Albuquerque, N. M. FOK BAKE H. (" White Legliurn baby chicks, the kind that grow to be "Layers and Payers;" chicks 111.00 per 100; 17 60 per 60; 11.00 per !5; eggs 11.60 per 16, W. J. Tutt, Albuquerque, N. M P. O. Bug 107. Kong dislanee phone 16 ROM. KI0O h. ('. Ulilie Leghorns, 150 hens laid 677 eggs one day. Many cockerels In use descended from hen with record of 446 eggs In two years, liggs, II. f.il per 15; 17 per 1"0; chicks ICo eaoh; , .50 per 60; III per mo. jnusiraieu cat alogue free, ('.entry's poultry Hunch, Albu querque, N. M, ji.isio liliVft a nice homo, 3 city lots und a good business. Address N. Jourinl. HAVH good location for most any hind of retail business. :lii South FHst street. Inquire Wavoy hotel office. FOH HA KM Palms hotel, HI rooms, newly furnished; aiSl-a West Central; price right, cash or trade, pluno .171. FOlt HAKE liest rooming house proposition lu stale. X60 will hnndln. Present own er leaving illy. See O. II. Thomas, H14 South Kecond street. Foil HAKK OH HKN T Hoomlng house. completely furnished, housekeeping suites and single rooms, no rooms, easy terms, Inquire U) Mouth First. ' W ANT k D-- Pa liner w I in hits soliciting nlol -It y. with small ciipltul; Kngllsh-HpanlsU speaking preferred. Worlh IL6 to 11.70 per month to you. p. o. Hox I'.ll. City. p-UlfltKNT-Klght-roum house with bulli. two sleeiiing porches, hot water heat: will sell furnllurs of house complete; excellent location for rooming house; furniture Is asily worlh 42.IMO; will sell for t- D-'l North Second. ' IXJR HliNT MlMYtllatwoiM. Foil HKNT- U.iod ii.islure for lioisis und cos; a dollar a month a head; three miles south of city; on .Smith ranch. Mrs. Alio, Mlekush. Eoiwe!I-Crirt2ffl29 HsH line Dally passenger service leaving lloswell and Carrlinzo at 1:00 a. m. Through fare, one way $10.10 Intermediate points, per mile II (0 lbs. bnnguge free Excess carried. KO.MU F.LL AITO 10., Owners and Operators. Phona 111 Sim CSdy"Ml(S)a DAILY AUTOMOBILE HTAflB. Hlx-hour Passenger Service. Leave (Silver niy 1:J0 p. m. Leave Mogollon 1:00 a. m. Cars meet all trains. Largest ond beat equipped auto livery In the southwest. BENNETT AUTO CO. Hllver City, Near Mexico. ATCHISON', TOI'I KX SANTA FE BAIL WAV CO. f'eslliound. No. Class Arrives Departs I. California Express 7.30p l lop 8. California Limited lt.Ooa ll:S0a 7. Fast Express 9:45a 10:16a 9 Fast Mnll ll:0p 13:I0a 19. le Luxe (Thursdays) ... 7:60a 1:00a Houtll hound, SOIL Fl Paso Etiprees 10:J0p 115. Fl Paso F.xpress 1:65a Kast hound. 10. Atlantic Express 7:S5a 1:16 ! Eastern Express , l:16p 1:4011 4. California Limited I:4tip 7:Oop (. K. C. A Chicago Eg 7:16p ?:lop IV. De Luxs (Wednesdsys).. t:IOp 1:100 Front UnatU. ia. Kansas City At Chicago.. , T:M 111. Kansas City ft Chicago... I lop