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I0W TXXY ITAWD.
Won. i.oi rot.
Now York .. . ST 23 .(111
ciiicnan n an .fill
Philadelphia . . ..37 24 .MS
tMtlfttiuru as 2'! .r.74
St. l,ouN :r.t 27 .ft:.rt
Cincinnati 28 :il . 4 ft 2
tiionjctyYi 21 3 .:lMi
Boston ' 4 7 .21111
Wotl, t.OHt Pel.
OtMrolt ?4 2! .
IMrilnilcliml i nil 20 .fif.P
Now Turk .14 21
rhionKr n'n 2r. .its
flinton 32 2!i ,62ft
Clcvolnnd 25 3S .400
Washington 31 41 rt.in
HI. l.ditTs 10 IS .I'iSi
Won. Lost Pet.
Denver 3!t 22 .fl.VJ
Pilchtb 37 2d
SI. Joifph 3." 2 fi'ifl
Lincoln 32 2fi .s:.2
sinux city . 33 27 r.r.o
Oimha .... 2S 33 .4.'.!i
Topckn . 2 nn .iH'i
Des Moines ... 12 M .I'irt
TRY OUT IN THE SOUTH
Bnsendo Sntnuir, third has inw
for tin'. Aluuqucnuic Otuys, leaves to
morrow night for Charleston, ".,
where.- ho will try out with tin
Ohiukdon cltih. in tin South Allni
tier league. Salnznr trli'il out tnxt
year with S'an Antonio, Texas. 'xdi.R
tanned out later to Mineral Spiitm",
where he made good. II wus t'T'jtmh
IiIh work In the Texas leng'ic nat In
Is being Riven it trial with ciair'os'nn.
There Ih no doubt hut that Sulnxar
will make good with the southern
aggregation, an he can play the dir
llouit position with any or them.
'(nn Hnlnzar learns to hit bctte.,
he will be il nift oil by muni' ot tin
"They my he wiiMcd lilx fottutie on
n clionix girl."
Oh. It wasn't waiteil. She hain't
kept any of It out oi circulation
fared ilay and tilclit the torment
tint: piles. Nothing, helped me
until I iixod Doan'x Ointment It
tnttd mo permanently "lion. John
II (larrett, Mayor, (llrntd, Ala.
C,oin liny nt n wnwwmbto price.
AH "M-lwlwl nil It care, Ku'i) poimil
auaiaiileit. 1 1. V. !''.
IT5 A REGULAR CIRCUS
It's a regular circus to
buy at this store.
Something doing every
A big display of wide
awake styles and values.
Featuring all the new
outing togs two piece
suits, shirts, hats, under
Two-piece suits plain
gray mohairs, blue serges,
neat gray homespun-,
gray in patterns, white
flannels or neat effects
in black and white.
($15.00 to $ J 8.00.)
Gray flannels whitn
flannels, gray neat ef
fects in pattern.
($3.00 to $7.50.)
Soft shirts, collars and
cuffs attached in silk,
lisle, linen, mercerized.
Soft Fhii'ts, collars at
tached. Oxfords, flan
$(1.10 to $3.50.)
Athletic knee drawers
A splendid value 50c.
Better grades, too.
C$1.50 suit to $3.10.)
A STRAW HAT'S THE
Member of Upper House from
Washington Oives Facts
from Study of Land Con
ditions. (ftprrlal .'orrinnriar In Ih llrraMI
Chicago, III., June 29,- Mllcx Prt'.p
dexter, 1'iiIIimI States senator from
the Htnte of Washington ami chnlr
man or the senate eomtnlttee on ex
peiiilltuicH In the Interior Iieputt
menl, thlH dopaitmeni nf the govern
ment etubraelliK the I'nlted Ktati'H
reclamntlon xetvlee, has Ntudleil the
elTert of irrigation ilevelopmeiii In the
WcHt from a noelal, pidltleat and eeo
nomle point of view, and leei-ntly, In
an Interview at WaHhlmrton, he iIIh
eureil the law or mipply and demand
ax II relutcH In laud. emphafilInK tm
Importneo or ooneerviiiH and devel
upliiK the leMotiroefi yet extant. Ho
nimertei! that the National IrrlKatloti
OoiiKni-H, which Iiiim Hh nineteenth
annual Ne.nslonM here Dee. , to !, Iifi.s
hcen the lealtm organisation In en -atliik'
puhlle opinion In behalf of thin
work. Oalllmt utimtlou to the fact
that many arid arm which me now
prnellenlly worthli'NH ean bo made to
mipport the denxext rural popalatlon
throuch IrrlKntlnu, he xald
"With the xettlenn'iit of prnelle
nlly all of the puhlle IiiiiiIh whleh will
produeo etop without IrrlBatlon, the
neccwdty nppearK of utlll.lm; thne
vast arid telonx whli'h can be made
productive by the application of wat
er. Thr xtrlkliw featurex of thlx de
velopment are that by thlx artificial
jxupply or the needed molxttire for
I VKCsetatlou, luxtead of merely impiov
Mm; the land. It iraiixfnrmx It from the
! ItlllNl u'rltlll.HM lik III., lilnut i,lllrili1,)
and fruitful land In the world, and
areax which were Incapable of xuii
portini; a xlnsle famllly have been
made, and can be made capable of
NUpportlnK the ili'UHi'fit aurleultural
populntlon of any part of the i-nuntn.
i "The di-xlie fur liiudx Ik liiKatlable.
jit Ih Inherent In the meat rue, uhieh
' hnx prlueipall) xettled and Klveii
fot in and character to our nation.
Ilotuex upon the bind are a mhIiiI and
economical neoexxlty, and b the
cruel law of xtipply and demand the1
need for land hax been inteiiHilled,
and Ix lieltiK' fntenxilled a tliouxand-
I fold while the xlipply hax been cut
I roxpomllnul exhauxted.
j "There Ix no more n Krent open
! Wext where everyone mlKht hav ; op-
Iportunlty uterely by movine to it.
The louxtautly Increaxini; Mood of
population Ix barred of further wext-
ward movement by the I'aellle ocean
I a ml Ix turnliiK hack upon Itxeir. Ho
jrlnl and political, ax well ax economic,
problemx move acute than nny we
have had to dlxpoxe of hertofore, will
ttrow out of thlx condition. In xolv-
, lu tli cm- probrmx no vieater help
iean be rendernil than in conxervlni;
and developim; the remaining natural
', rexoureex of the land In order to meet
ax fully ax poxtble the ueedx of the
I "There are yet mlllionx of acre of
arid laudx xo xituated that water can
be broiiKhl to them, and the proxectl
Hon of thlx work, with the mainten
ance and conxorvatlxm of the exxen
tlal clcmcntx for Itx xuecexx, rank
amonK the very llrxt in Importance of
those thiiiKx with which the timne
of our nation hax to dcxl In woiklnR
out Itx expanding dextlnle..
I "If the perpetual power of the
1 xlreamx In the u extern inountalnx
can be preserved from private monop
oly and If all of thlx can he utIIUed
for the Keneral beiiellt of the nation,
there Ix scarcely u limit to the op
portunltlcK yet to be made by their
use and development,
j "The Natlonuli Irrigation Congrrxx
, hnx taken the Icud In creating a xo'inil
public opinion In behalf of thlx great
I work. It hax rendered n great and
, iuexllmnble xervlee to the nation, and
ixhculit lio encoiirnged and axlxted by
'all thoxc who are intenxlid In tho
welfare and greatness of -Mir coun
SANTA FE BUILDINfi
NEW CROSSING AT
Jolts Will Be Missed from the
Street When the Workmen
Complete Job of Repairing
One of the most Important improve
ments which will be Included In tho
.'eneiiil repair work now lining done
in the upper Santa Fe yards will hn
(ho now ciosbIiik tit Central uvciitio.
Tho crossing will ho practically ro-
hulli. TIch aro now on tho ground lo
replace tho old ones nml when the Jul)
Ih llnlslicd autoniohllus and canlagex
may cnmH tho Cent ml avenue trackH
wlthmtl en'oylng tho chute tho chutes
exiHMleiTc, hard on machines and
pnxxcngt ''I alike. .North of C entnil
aveiiuo tho lepalr work Ik almost
douo While gravid has been placed
over tho ioadho.1, giving a bright,
j clean appearance to the yards,
Tltoro is ono niedlclno that flvory
fniily should ho provided wllli and
(Mteclnlty durliiK tlio miniuicr months:
viz, Chamharlaln'H Colic, Cholera nml
Diarrhoea Ri-mody. It lt nlmost cer
tain to bo ureded. It coxta hut a quar
ter. Can you aKortl lo ho without !?
Tor aaJo by all donlnra.
"Jn tw ihkn all ti itti 1 ft.t Mka
JmiiHiUiiui. IM Hitttt U..UmtCUt,H.i,
MMML SMI 12 MUM IMS
General Brookes Appoints a
Board to Look Into Qualifi
cations of Number of Pros
pective Line Officers.
.Santa N June 27 The fob
Inwliijr xpeclnl onler provldlnsc im he
ra:nlnnilin of n Inrgo nmniiei of
IPiard olllcerx for promotion lia- mm ii
Special Ouler No. i:i
Olllce ol the Adjutnnt Icnoral. s.mtn
I'o. X M.. Juno 2.'!, ism.
1. A honi'd of olllcerx Ix herein
pointed to iih'i.m at Camp Mlllx, New
Mexico, at I o'clock p. m. Jul L'Jtid. '
mil, or ax Boon tlmrenlior ax ,irm- I
tlcalile, tor tin., examination of nllitei. I
lor iiromottou. 1
Detail for Hip hoard-
Colonel f. Abbott, Klral Infnn
.Major S. A
M Milken. Medical Corn
Major l.udwlg Wm lllchl. Klrxt In-1
Major K I' lltijnc, FIimi lnfautr
Major Atthur Hall. Flrnt Iniantrv
Klrxt l.leut. Kernele V Wiley. Kirxt
2 The lollowlng named olllcei"
will report to Colonel 1, ( Ahhotl
"list InfantiN. preHldent of an exatu
IniiK hoard at xucli time iih they mav
he rociuned by Hi,, board, for cxumI
Captain h ('. llliniloln. Klrxt In-
Captain William F Iliomtn. Kitci
In fan ley
Captnlu Nrman I,. King. Klrxt In
Captnlu Dnmlugo P.iohnco, Klrxt In
fantiy. Klrxt Ueui M. O. Ilrownc, Kirm Iti
la u try
Klrxt Lieut, llcmry K. CliilstSan.
Klrxt l.leut. .1. T Diiarhorn, J-Hiai
I u fa ti t ry
Kirxt l.leut. John T. Newkirk. Klrxt
Klrxt l.leut. Thomax W. Nolan, Fli'
Second Moid. Oeorge Y. Armljo
Fit Hi Infant r.
Seroml l.leut. Itoimi't Carxou. Flit
Infant i. v
Second l.leut. William W I loan,
Flrxt Infant r.
Second l.leni. F. M. Hal.".. FUt
Second I. Unit. Ii. J. Hunting, Klrt
I nf no try.
Second Menl. James II Mc.llugho.
Second l.leni. Jacob Satt'ord, Klrxt
By comic"":!!! i the governor.
A. S MUOOKKS.
Olllcl Adjutant (leneral
A. S. BIIOOKKS.
Nora Men nre ipieer.
Dora Yes; they are delighted when
you forget how to xwlm, and mad
when you forget how baseball Ix pln
cd New York f-'un.
One fare for the round
triu to all points where
the fare one way is 7.50
or less. Tickets on sale
July 2. 3, 4. Return
limit July 5.
P. J, J0MNI0N, Agent.
PHI MO RATON
No Conflict Now in Times .if
Holding Exposition in Two
Northern New Mexico
(Injuni, N M.. .Imp 27 Inlortnatloii
IniMiig tieon rort .. ihioiiuh Hie Hill
Mould that lh( Ilalon. New .Mexico,
Talr Axxorlatlmi ,.,. xolecleil Hie
xatne ditlefl for Imlijing their lair as
Hint of Clayton, a party coiihUHiik of
eighteen rnprexentntlve DiixinoMH men
or Clnytnti ninile Hie nip ovorlnnd In
live uiitnt to coir i with tho It ti t on
lair olllclalu wlin Die view or mnkliiK
xomo rhntigi'H In tin datox ho Kioto
would ho no eotiflli i In thrill. Tin?
Clayton party tntlved In l;iton on
Monday rveitlif. .unt nrinuned with
the Union official' tor u conference
the following murium' at the Commer
cial club rooniH. i ,hiH nu'ellni! Hi
.1 C Slack, pre iileiit of I ho Cnion
County Fair nxxoilatlon. oxplnlneil Hi
xltuaiton In n ve v Kallxfnclory man
ner, after which he union gentlemen
conceded t Im rl-tlit to the dntcx claim,
ed bv the Clayton (utaoclatlon ami a -Kilted
tln Clayion itelegntlon that
they would cltanK their dalea xo hh
not lo conflict wl h the Clayion ilnlos.
Thlx wax tholr unnnlmouH dccl-don
and showed the .'eueronx spirit o' the
Itatou olllelalx. TKif luive not d !.--1
elded on their n s ilatex but when
the do thov w .11 Mud the Clayton
I'alr iiRxoclallon ai 1 Hie Clayton ptes
limit to nxHlxt tie i in making their
U.ll I' XIICCOKS.
iueriiie almost threo ccnture ago,
Is now being written In tin- i.rm of
Niwx i cached l'.excott thin week of!" hlxtorlcul sketch, the nutlii being
Hit' death at tie Soldlcrx" Hume at j 'lev. Father Troy, a .lexuii mixHlon
' daw tt'llc. California, of X. V. Pierce. , r . who mukex hH Inun. m the
bfti.-i known ax Pard" IMercc, a well
noun Yanpai county nloiieei and
eld xoldlei lie was S.S years of age. i .. u,,irl threu 111111111.1! v.'iirs
lie vax appolntct connlahlo by (iood-lt.,,, u,w,.,.s ( ,), 0, ,.hui-u hav
win. Atlzona-x IliM gooinor, and wax l1(,k).,, ,,WI1 ,, . nill .,.,.
..ne ot Yavapai count x llrxt ueputy , c;,lnil,,s , . ,W,,.B f, ,.,. ,,.
.beilffx. He wax a man of genial dlH ,tur)H hl(Vi, , , ,
& r a,!wE,,;u,s,!!re,l,, m,a- ,,,,, M-w 1
and hv xcrlpi In Lonesome. Chlno ' ' ! ' ,,, " , ' , ,'
Venle, A;;tia 1'ila Skull and KlrUland ' ' " " ,"i,t " ' " ""'-an
vnllexx. Yavapai county, during the ' ' ,hc"'' 1 ,"M,,,, ,""'1 of lwio
last twelve mounts This htutenient a.r'"H ,,,ul" ,uf"!,u'u" ' w' '"''S".
was iiimle Mo.nlav b J M W Moore. !-s'" I ranulxeo. l.,.x Angole.. and
Culled Stnlex laud commissioner !ma" I'lac.is up ami down. tho
The government will furnish viiln-( 1";rit ''"ll"- 'I'l'" church wax taken
bow trout In lo of 2.00(1 and H.2W for ov,'r ' Jfxnlt. ruther-. ax nearly
dlutrlbution In Arizona to the follow known in i.sot
liig atipllcantx .1 C Duff of .leiome, Knther Tiny, uho is now compll
Eugene xeunian of I'rexcott, k. a ,
Slicker of Flagfctnlf, William Wing
n Id of Cntdp Vt'hle, 11 it. Wllltud ot
Coinvllle. J (! Verc.-.mp of KlngsrulY
Ax a result of recent largo ore
si ilk, s i the Superior Boston and
Arizona Commercial nt Copper Mill
tho former company has decided lo
buy a half lntoist In thf latter's
smelter A now coaip.-.ay mny bo
fortuod hv the two Interextn to tnko
over tho plant.
Ilobett M. Anderxon, formrir mar
shal of C.lobe, Is on trial lor hlfl life,
charged with tho murder of doors
Shauley laxl March !ii a ptlvnte din
ing ioo.il hack of n bar Anderson
claims the shooting was the result of
Captain Hynlug has completed Hi-'
inpinllntlon of a now pumping plan'
at tho prison In Florence. Tho prison
uses fi.oou gallons of water per dny assd
a single pump was found Insitfllclen
Now, u well known Phoenix bust
not,s mnii has been ni rested, chatged
with conipllcltv In the robbery of i
I'hoeiilN Jewelry store Otliers well
known ate snld to ho Involved as well
A tecently rendered docislon of
Judge Kent lecognles Itui exlstcnco
ol road district?. Ill this case Judge
Kent directly reverses tho declrlon of
Cochise count v olllnorx nt Doualn
have In c.istody a "Tioautlful" and
inysleiloiis .nuliKm who speaks no
liiugmrti known lo Smellerville She
is though io be possibly a llawnllan
Kd win I (' Tahorl. fortneilv a "ec
lb u nam In Hie piovixional
at in nuilei Coloiiel Snmliero-. Ix ut
Dougln :iiul Intends to shin on thlx
side n' i lie line. He churgex 111 I real
ineiit on i li part of tho Melenn",
say In; that he has not tecelved liU
pn no has he received prop i food
S llarielson. rexlilelP of Kloi-
one for tile last :io years, .lud slid
denlv I u;mIiiv
He tool, ii nroininent
Mil I in territorial affairs, re iivseuteil
I'.n il rc nil til the lorrlloi lnl lcgls-
lntme in seviuil sessions, and was u
im nber of tin- hoard of sum m sotb
,r 'he lime oi nix iieatu
PERSONAL ITEMS FROM '
THE MAGIC CITY,
I S. I rial I iirrrioMlrncr In the Hrrxlit)
ClovlH, N M., Juno 27. K. K. Pen
pies of the Peuplch Drv Ooodx Co
leit Momla on a short trip to Mi n
Judg. II S llo.inleiiti. a prominent
meinher oi -In- bar, known tliron;ioiu
Texas wn In Clovlx Momlay fnnn
lilx summer home at Mnrllu, Toxtix,
.Miss Mlldt-eil Whiting and Clareiico 1
W hlllng i.'uiie homo Sunday from
Arkansas City, whore thoy havu Imidji
xlslting ielatlveH for six weekx.
Judge Overton came home Sunday
ft 4i in a sliott trip to Staiiion, Texas.
JinU'o Sam Scott mid his wife from
Wuro. Texas, were Knefitx In Clovlu
Sniulay and Monday.
J imllllpx and Miss Aliee Kyle,
hoih irom Tc-.vus, wore mariifd In thh
I.csier Seller and Mlsn flrnco Pase
weio nulled In .nnrriHgo Frbbo nfior
iinoii nt the home nf Hev QiiIkuIh,
p;i,inr of tho Chrlstlntt oliitrch Aftt'r
the ceruinony the young: couplo ro
Inrfiml III HinlP tinnm . rt ! l V
M . where Ihey wIU'iCMm,
i liun li of Sun I'elliN lie N'crl, In Old
WRITING STORY OF
OLD SUN FELIPE
Jesuit Father Gathering His
torical Facts, Preparatory
to Compiling; Accurntc His
tory of the Church.
T.ie tor of the ohtr.n Sail
I'ellpe do N'crl, built III n' Ainu-
'community imu. uiljolnhn. tin- old
'k nixuu-j or ine enuren in
Mory form, has delved Into the duett-,
mentx nml records of tin' ehui'ch iiinY
hux uiuartloil many facix which'
will be extremely lull-resting to lmsu
nuncncd. ii proiiulily he a .ai
berore the hlx.n Is printed. The
book will e pin In many ihiiigx which'
have oeen em loped In mystery for
cuntuilex. Of more Hutu passing ttt
eiext In the forthcoming book will
be the section which will iHnil with
the founding- or old .lbuiiierttn
Tin history will he eagerly awai d
liy those Interested in the early days
of Alhuiticriiuc and or New Mexico
and or the doings or the first Inhabi
tants of the Did Town.
BOSTON WOOL MARKET
Yaxhlngton hax been the focux of
all eves in the wool trade ax well ax
of all other iradex connected with
Schedule K this week. Develop
ments In the Senate have been noth
ing Ioh than xiirprlslng. to say Co
l.-iMt, anil the unusual vote of the
Si uiiti albeit " io l'.i, approNluiatc
ly a two-thirds )te of the entire up
per chamber, to commit the bill
"with liixtnictlous to report n. Int
er than July lo." together with tin
subsequent adverse report of Hie Fi
nance Committee on Thursday, hnx
caused a halt tempurarllv In the trade,
although buying has not altogether
ceased, in the local market.
While, however, few In the market
look for any tarllf revision at this ses
sion, there Is ii fooling of uncertain-
t. which makes for anything but
brisk busiuesM, nml Indeed, the mob
ability is that trailing- In wool will hn
, more m less fit rut. until the turlft
1 matt, r Is settled. .Meanwhile, how
j ev. r. the people must be clothed and
some inmiutactiuljiu will be done,
hut manufartiirerx will hardly buy
very lur lu anticipation ol their
wants and prices nre coiiseiiueutly ex
l,,M,ted to eonlinu i a eomparatlvely
Am a result of the action of the Sen-
ate Wednesday and 'I'luirsday. ibulerx
generally wlied tholr buyers to hold
IT or else to buy cautiously, until
further notice Just what effci t this
lti have upon the grower remains
i.i tie seen, although d.talerx are not
-low to declare that the pace had al-
.ud been to swift in the West, ex-
.eciiui) in .Montana, wiiore there Hax
in i n more or less of'a gulr between
gri.Airx and dealers for tho paxt two
wUn Tills deiid-loek gave more or
ih cvi.lelice of being broken on Wed
nesdiiv however, when ii wire wax
r'Pel..l hv ii loenl house, an ICusUin
Montana clip being offereif ni Is
ciMitx, for which tho grower had n
fused a I iKe price two Weeks before
Up to T'l'trsduv, buying wax fnlrly
active in r.itiru Oregon nnd In Idn
ho,, mb well ti- ot Tenx and Now Mex
ico," In tin hrst named state, an
I'aslern mill ti.m been especially ac
tive latterly. In the last named ter
ritory, several of the Inugor Boston
!il..nlntu 1 T7Tt i. m a. ...I.
bio wool, irnbabi iiheiifTrrnn,niin
ltmiiieripie, u lllnn m' lilcli Is
I niin.nim pounds being taken ror the
week, nt prices ranging from I31f 17
cms in Oregon the bulk of the
best clips lme been iuoed at from
If, cents, although some sales
have been made us nigh ns 17 cents,
bitterly f. .11 r.r. cents, being the clean
landed cost acordlng to estlmatex.
In California the wools are being
cleaned up moderately fust and some
large xalex are reported around Yu-
!n City nt 14 cents In Texas, prices
appear to have leiualned firm ax quot
ed last week. 12 mouths bringing
full) f,:' cents clean basis landed.
The tleece sections are reported ax
more active and stronger although
the clip in .Michigan Is very largely
In second hands now and the Ohio
wools are fast being taken up. In
the latter stale 22 1-511 2.1 cents Is
readily paid for medium wools and
2C and even 27 cents Is reported tor
washed wools, Two or three of the
largest Boston houses are reported as
operating very heavily In the Heece
sections. These ilenlerx are paying In
lustancex 22 cents Hat for medium
wools and the same price for line
wools, running ilini 7o cents to dc
The t.oixN Situation,
The goods market Is In rather an
uncettnlu situation. Few ot (be lultM
have n)i substantial repent orders
on fall goods, dress goods mills being
reported as ver bare of orders, while
the light weight 'season promises to
open ii low basis, notwithstanding the
higher prices itioted on yarn. He
talleix ami Jobbers are slow to place
order thus fur on the low priced
light weight goods that have been
shown nml the fear Ix that orders wilt
generally he placed In u haml-to-
iiiouth way throughout the. sen son.
I'riKiMviH mill Priors.
The large proportion or the busi
ness of the week hax been conlltted to
the new clip terrlton woolx, which
have continued to sell fairly Well at
prlccxAW'hlcJihavc ruled rig tljf paxt
two ex or mtuer There appears
not to have been the .unite activity
nx hitherto, however, ami tho trans
fers or the weeks probably are less
than three million pounds.
.Many of the early bought territory
wools have xhown u shrinkage In buy
ers favor, which lu a cotixlderiibln
measure iirounts for the sale of these
woolx so freely on the present price
nasis. Tllero is an Indication, how
ever, that these low cost woolx are
now fairly well cleaned tin nnd the
puce Ih slackening somewhat on this
Sales of new lleece woolx have been
miide and the market Ix gradually
helng established on a slightly higher
naslx than the old lleece lots huve
been held for, although some salex
have been effected thlx week on a
fairly low basis acordlng to reliable
No sales ot old Ohlu wools are re
potted to any extent this week, trad
ing In old lleeccx being confined large
ly to small clean up amounts. A very
small amount of new Ohio delaine Is
reported sold to a large IDnide Island
worsted mill at 2 cents for unwashed
Dealers holding the new Up lleecex
are asking i cents for three-eights
and hair blood, 2 IS cents for itmrter
and lf 1-2 cents for the unwashed
ileluiiic being as ipioted alum .
Demand for Michigan wools Is re
ported as very ralr for tin new w.ml.i
ami several sales bin, been effected.
A lot of somo '.Ti.nihi pounds of three-
eighth Ix again r. ported thlx w ek.
the price lining given ax 25 cents,
while some delaine mid line iimvuxhe I
huve also been dlxnoseil of In the
new clip, it lot of some Ho, una line
unwashed being reported at IT 1-2
cent, although the asking pile Ix
some. .bat higher A lot of about tin
same amount ot unwaHhcd delallle Is
lllio iitpoiteil at 22 1-2 cents, although
there are dealirs who me asking j"
cents for their .Michigan delaine mid
Hum. refused (he nric,. .p, ,.(.,) ror this
A ilenuinil for bright wools Is re
poiteil In the inaiket am' soiio odd'
lots hav,. been cleaned up at private
term- St, l.ouls dealers are oiier-i
Ing their holdings quite freely lu the
market, inn no sales or eon-eiueiic
a r reported this week
The demand fot territories in;" not
been loulllleil wholly to the new wools
thin week. Nome line staple being
xold agnlsi on the basis o( rol'iiiii
cents, while a llitli) line and tin.- med
ium Is also reported on an intimat
ed basis of r,:;f :,.t cents.
In nc tetrltorlex the demand hax
of course been principally foi t'tah
and Nevada wools, which have sold
In Hn- grease, largely from Di li 22
cents, aoeoidlng to shrinkage, or on
an estimated scoured bnsls of TiOfi :.2
or 5!t cents- Of thes, uols proh
ably a million liud n half pounds havu
li'oen sold. A moderate amount of
Wyoming wool ix also reported sold
on the same basis.
Some little business in new Arlitonn
1 lb n tn In t-ttMf t.t.1 I lit it..i.tr tum m
lojlihiee lots nBgreTintlng some 2rin,onn
10 i-niei pfvind beinir dii nt a r
oi ti i 1 1 ; r a i cuts
Tie u titt in x- irt'd wools Ix te
jlorled nx moderatr .lth prices hard
IV elinngod .niini lots are rflporml
on iln- imH of hirft week's iiuotnttonh
Thnt Is niIR2 cents for the hti
Inedliiiii nnd tine medium, wlilln .iomo
fjtf lotx nre ountrd lower. MeoUrod
tWIIfflmlu Ix nbjo in better demnnd,
11 tot of gome .ono pounds, incluit
Iiltf Boiiiil nml I'lirhonlirod, heln
wTll t prTcMi rfliutliiR from Ufl U
Trailing In pulled woolx has like
wlje hexn of n modernte nature. ifn
ot)rtll.v tiooauxr where woolx or dc
Stnible iit,illl an not plenllliil nmt
arc geneinily (Irmly held by pullers.
?wil sti'ctilntlon on the part or deal
ors t reported, while relt mills hitvn
Imon bit tug more or lest stock. Prlc
r,i hnlil'llrm. kooiI Rnxtern llx hoiilg
(jliotPd nt IS coins rot- the het offer-
tnga. while V.ternx an held nt 10
llusliiexx in noils for the nook Inn
not Inien very uctlve aPoordlnK to nil
reports, nml prlrex show n tendnnoy
lo wciiltntisx. Commercial Bulletin
ito,V!s nut sam:.
Attention of Herald readurx I
enlleil to the advertisement of $lQ,-
ooo.ann. United stmex 3 percent
Pitnnma cnnnl gold bonds offered fm
sale In our ndvertinliic columnx hi
Messrs A. B. l.exch mid c.imnany.
Investment llnnkers. New York Chi
cago. Philadelphia and Boston Thl.i
firm Ix .me or the forfttinst drnlcr.4
In government, state, municipal, rnll-ro-nl
anil corporation biiiulx m thri
i'nlted States and Ha had i-.n excep-
tlonallv Inrg" nmt wide clientele In
cluding sflvings bunks, inmrnncc
coinpanlex, rrnternnl sirganlwitlonx,
irivestors. The firm had had a repu
tation for mnny years of handling'
only invetmentx of the highest
character nml has nlwnys a diversified
list io conservative bonds for sale to
meet the reiiulrementx or nil Insll
tiitioiui mid Investor, yielding an in
oiin from 2.SH percent to r, percent
on the Investment.
IT MEANS A PILE TO Yll
Mr Biislnexs .Man to Install
. ii i, ii
In your olllce.
.Make the change Ik fore it Ix too InfV
Disc us a chance to explain how ntott-
tern methods will he or assistance to
I you, saving you money In your ac
counting iiepiirtmunt. '
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