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Secretary of tfirc Protection
Association Tells How Com
munitics May Gtmrt
IH limine Herald r. lessee Wlrsl
Ht Paul linn., Is'oV. 9 A com.
lilcto scheme fur fire protection In
I IlS II 11(1 IOWIIS fillj In Hio homo
wns outlined yesterday by Frnukllii
SI Wcntworth of itnston at Hie Mln
itosotlt Klro Protection congress. Mr.
WntwoMb. who la secretary of tlm
National I'lro Protection nsnoclntlnn,
ueclmcd that tin- American people
were awakening to n consciousness,
of their collective responsibility for
lire waste TtilA wnH n year of hope,
4m MHl, la nplto of tho fuel that tlio
Ilia loss promises to ha tho highest
since 'ho year of tho Hau KrancUco
There U n way to solve this con
flagration problem)" hit continued,
1 not absolutely. Iml nt louut lelntlvely
Von cannot ho expected to tonr down
uur cities iiiul rebuild tlirm of lire
resistive material; tho cltliti tniiit bo
protected 68 thoy stand. In tho heart
of uonrly every one there aro streets
crossing nt right nnglcs, nlong which
for a very considerable distance nro
building of brick, atone ami eon
crctn, IHiked nt iiion tho mnp this
show ii moto or Iohh complete Mai
tf"o ciosi of buildings which nro not
wooden, rind which oporato lo Olvltlo
tho wooden-built district into quarter
sections, uml which might hold n flro
In any ono of these section If they
were omilpped to do no. These hrfck
nnd mono bulldlims nro ordinarily
valueless ns flre-stops hccmi thi'lr
windows me of thin glass nnd their
window frames of wood. At lliiltlmoro
uml Hun Krnnrlco tho canflngrnllan
attacked such buildings easily; break
ing out Ilio panes; consuming tho
frnmcii nml converting ovary story
of thono brick structured Into horizon
tut flue full of combustible contents.
Jlrlck nnd stone bnlldlmcs are logical
nnd cnpnhlo flro-slops It tho flro enn
bo kept nut of them. Tho small clly
1 lint will trace out Its Mnltisa cross of
such building and equip them with
metal window frames nnd wired glnss
will Immediately possess tho eulva
lent of substantial flro walls crossing
nt rlslit nnglcs In I tn center, dividing
It Into four iH.'ctions. Iy such n
simple, Inexpensive, hut yet strategic
procedure many n city may savo Itself
from (ho destruction which now
a waits only tho right kind of u flro
on the tight kind of a night.
I hnvo referred In this plan mire-
ii Our Annual
Every thrifty housewife
in Altaqiierciue knows
that this miaas a Mvisg 1
of from 15 to 25 per cent
o her imrcki .f tahle
iiM iLJJ-m LI
iineRsrwssBeii ism ney a
hukaUs i kisbtJ liv stir "ru nro uroyef or wnno uemy nere visn ng rrnnic nirster. a rem
tKrORAM IS BSAOKW y r X; wonhts lieri. In V Tnrk. but nous' live of his. lie will spend several
iily to the smnllor klcii but " Is ''"
'(..,...... ,1.. I.
viu Hint tin pi.if. ,..r protection is
eqlinlty'tinprrnilVA trf thn brlok. stoti"'
nnd ron-rct ilirtrlts of nil larso in
1 wlivro nrrNt Vttlui nro houaetl III
cli jiCfililiV itrnVlit th'n Inrgu
lilies rntnll nil riiormous wnaln lie
cnu' ot the Rrc.it ynluof msni'tiiblril
thrtr We must eilmn' evrntunlly to
ttii' eiiliiiii'iit nil eoiitiiicri'lnl. ii'
tury nnd ntn t bmliliiiRs Mlih inrial
wlifiluw frntiir nml wired glnw. This
will inenh tlm ubolltliift or the ion
flnKrntinn li.mnr.l Ihrm) -IIIm fires
will then be unJWIri's,, i'kIIiiiiIhIii-'I
Anally by n eoniDejg;it?lfo depnrlioent
tjtinn (lie bulliflTiH In Which tbi'v
rfrlRtnnte- (at tire frTiileetlnn of win
dow openings not only prrwnts (Ira
trnn MiitetinK but prevrnis tire from
LxUl"U out Of Dm liiirnttiR titilldlns.
W( tuny esprit uh irpnslipii.il ex
rnitllgly dot llr Irnlk ilnWII tho
iliifeit if nil ailjnllllng inillUllitr.
but It Is obvious Hint rnnflftrn
Hon could not K"t under wny ninniTic
l...ll.tl-. ( fi.. i.lil I ! coital a.iix.
tlon with properly protected window
"iliivlnic thus fortified city build
Iiirs one nmslnst the other, extensive
ires wlllilu Inillvilunl struclur.es enn
prevented by the pee of tho nW
well entnblshf.d nutnnmllc sprinkler
syirteiit. The OUtentullr sprlliKlor np-
plli tbe nuler wlthoui tlm Help or
human iigetu'les wlillr Hie flro Is stilt
lilpUiil. It will oiterate In a Ucnec
siiiokc ns wen ns u n I'iriir ninion
phere. It will lint throw excessive
oVIugi-s of water in wrong places ns
tlm fire depnrliiienls are continually
forced to lb' Willi our window
openings protceti'il nnd our hulldliiRS
CdUlliued'Wlth ntirli extlllRUlsliers tho
coiiflngralloii Imraril in tnercuntlia
illslrli'ls will W iiiininutnl. There I
wilt then remain for consideration
our immense resilience uisiricis con
structed almost wholly of wood sur
rounding the mrrcimllle centers, like
tenuis nrnuml n funeral pyre. AVo
ran lessen the loss hero by the abo
lition ot tho use of wooden shingles.
It will not bo neccsnry to re
move all stiingln roofs Imineillateiy.
An effective city ordinance iuIkIiI re
quire nil roofs constructed In the fu
ture to bo ot Incombustible iimterlul
nn4 that nil roofs -which shall hi-rc-eltur
reuulro repair to the extent ot
one-third of their nren shall bo re
placed with Incombustible roofs. The
modern shingle Is thin nnd thn ma
chinery which now makes It leaves n
fussy surfneo which, ufler n period ot
drought, becomes like Under. With
out sliiiiKleil xuufs fjylng brands
would not be curjbvd over the brick
centers ot tho city by the wind.
"Oulsldo of tho abolition of tho
shingle rood wu must look lor tho
protection of our hoitjos to tho cor
rected habits of our people. Wo must
look carefully sllur Mto bunting ap
paratus of our hollies, giving thorn
tho constant uml nccvsfnry attention
demanded by recoptnclos contnlnlrig
lire. Tho building of proper -Hues and
chimneys Is especially necerwary In
connection with rosljcuree. Tho
most vital mutter In tho homo, how
over, Is tho proper uso ot tho match.
Kvury Jitntch Is n iiototttlel .conflagra
tion, ns every lire Is of the sumo alio
when It stnrlrili ' .No
should bo admitted Insldv a liomu ex
copt the variety which iRlilteH only
on t tie box, HiiHUrcrt of women mm
children nro burned to denth In Atner
kA. evocy- JfnriH.tJA IS'iHUeTjiuiltK,
which will Ignllo on any surface.
Tlicso mutches nro nllowed to llu
Indlscrtnilnnlely about tho lionie.
Small ehlldvn urq Inlflatlvo nnd if
they can secure such n ifinlch. will
attempt to Ignllo II, generally setting
flro to their clothing. N'q father who
hns proper rcgitrit for Ills family will
allow a 'strlktxanywIierQ match In lilo
home The observation of tho pre
caution hnvo Indicated would menu
nn nltuost Immediate i eduction of
tlm flro waste by perhnps 00 per cent "
PUEBLO JIM FLYNH
Vlanlr nhoniti5n 'PllHlV,m'l,l' fVCPiber 1H. Ust night's pro
JSWCK UaampiOR, J.J"Kjlmlnnry resulted In the selection o
Himself the Representative
White Man's Hope.
Jim Mynn, I'ueblo flreman-flthUr,
Is one who does not believe thnt Jsckrcsent iho uiuvcrsity or New Mexico
- . J . In! sJnli. nets I nlim I ..AUtAul tiMtf
Johnson means it w pen nt says n lit . ,l .,... inl , ..
goinic to retire. Jim b-illevei thv bl' ;r'"B "Pn his ointlon, bniih'
blnck's foiidntss for money nnd dl- tho rougher places and l finish
play will lure bin, luk Int.. tho Hug' ? Oneon ffvC.n, iTmHpI
., first time there Is n ebsncs t , ' !? s"Scc ' V Obk-ct Ve
rv: "if n uXViiu1, uv sociai'iUiSr srs
does not hlnk, nt the same time, that Ln i,lno(, nnd nmpm,ed , K ow
Johnsoj, is goin to b In nny hurry vc 8ch6arI. prc,e,Uatlon of a
nbout It. Naitner iloes bo think Hint. il)l)Jecl w.,,ch u eomUxx t0 occupy
promoters anywhere In tho world but lno ,,U,C nttentlon In grenler mens
Austrnlln Will b wining to offer hlm(ro ut tn0 present day than ever be
iinythlug better than a moderate forp
amount of money for prrrormlna. I n understood that strong repto
When this Mr. Johnson nets ready 'sentntlvos will bo sent to Bnnta To
to come back nnd try liU hand nt Hie from the Itoswell Military Institute
gumo I want to bo the white man to nnd nlso from tho AKrlciiltiirnl col
net n rrnck nt him,'' Kbnn snld In. lego, iio that the winner of tho state's
New York recently. "Johiisn bent m (event will bo nn orator o no snenn
once mid did n good Job of it. Ilut
lot Isn't going to bu so guixl the next
time nnd I nm of tho opinion that any
first class fighter will whip hint with-
na i ngurc
it that he Is
Jut them tatid init at nil. I have hud
soma prctiy oners (o-rigni some soon
mn here, bu.) they; don't sesin to lr
ntilo to uncover siiclPdii opponent for
111 p. T Htti hfilfltnn tnvjeitf lit rpiiillncii
nt all times to bafliff nt short tuiUeei'" '"u cr Jwon, n
nnd right now 1 wouldn't need moro ! nwo, nttucked u yeu i womnn M
1 1 than tun dnys of bnrMwYirk to
jfor thfr rln."
HHWOwTr INTO CITY,bysttidffs. JoMnon wns frightened
A nntlvp wpman wus brought In
rmm f..nn ,. ....... 1 1 .ii,. ia. ,,..i
. , . ,.,,1rT. , ,
nts,, n nor .jtofry.. In u dying
on. Her mHvboFn child wns
wltttr,frh&ommi U tho
ALBUQUERQUE EVBMIXQ "Iffi KSDAYMQypBy, 8, 1811
AIMS- fi A
MENACE 10 HOME
Knnsns City Judge Hns No Pa
tience With Illieit Loves
Under Guise of Platonic AN
Knnsss fltv, Mo. Nov. . An
dfllnlt) who luvRdos tho lionie Is mi
otltluw mid Is not etnliltil to claim
ih.it roteetliin of Hie law irnyiilnr
Iml husiiaml nml if rrtiuelf he
Hindu to testify nsalnrt cash titlter
lirtd dlvnlRo eotifldencr. That Is Hie
MuhtHti-e )tiudga J. M. Jdhuson's
(lclnlon in flieKnTisns r'liv court of
appeals. The Kenerat rule Hint the
liusbntul nml wife are not nmpntunt
to tesltf) ngnltist Hieh other, or in
tell What triumplrcil In the seererv
of the liimii' life, ilneMi't apply. Juilgo
Jnhiison drelilel. when mi ufflnlt)
eittcrs the home and begins lo under
mine Its foundation, sneredness und
It wns In the ease of Itcrbard (I.
Wchcffler of Clinton. Mo., who sued
Hllns r Itobtnson, Mrs. Hdhotfler'N
nfflnlt). for flo.UOO ttamiiKes fur
breaklmt up the felieffler home. A
jury nllowed Mr. Hohetflcr 11,000
ilaumges nnd Judge Johnson affirm
ed the case. Mr. Scheffler obtained
n divorce from Ills wile lieenunn f
her relations with Hoblnson. Then
ho sued Itoblnson fur damnRes. The
testimony of Mrs. Heheffler at the
trial was Hist Itoblnoon paid her
IS, 000 for on nffldnvlt ileclurinR him
Inneciiut of (ho affinity charge. Then
Mrs. Kcheftetr w-eiit on the stand nml
testified In favor of her former hut
bund In bis (tannine suit acalnst ('
"Mflnlty." Hoblnson objected to her
testimony, nit It dlsalosed soma of Hie
me'ret relations ot the tjchefflor
Abmit affinities nnd their liability
In damages to the Injured husband or
vvfe, JudRo Johnson said this
"The secriHj of the offi-nse and Its
hostility lo tho marital relations
Should render tho aulltv spouse u
competent Witness ex necessitate, and
In furtheruncu of the purposps of
public pulley nml public morullts "
BY NORMAL GIRL
Ijh Vegns, Nov. 0. With her ora
tion, Now Occasions Touch Now
Duties," Miss Aurora taicoro, Tues
day night won tho preliminary orator
leal contest nt tho Normal university
nml Is entitled to Ilio honor of repre
senting that school In the Now Mexico
Iuterschplastlc Oratorical contest,
which will be held In Sauln Ko No
vember 18. Miss huccin's only com
iiiitltor uns flninr ltnrkor. who snoko
on 'Coimervutlon ' In subjcot matter
and dollvery Miss iccro'a oration
was oxcelleut and sha Is sure to mako
nn, ndmltnblo showing when nbo np
penrs tiiun the platform nt Snntu Kc.
Tll Is xu second jicaisUm upon,
wnicii -Miss' Lucero has toprcsenlcd
tho Normal In tho big statu contest.
I.fwt year sho utudo u kooiI sbowlim
ilh hor oration. "Hhoutd tho Spnnlsh
language, bo Intmltt In tho IMJilIc
wliwwin t jti, 1 v al.v as i 1 1 v
her bearers on thnt occnslon wuro of
tho opinion (lint she should have been
awarded Unit place, Miss I.tieero has
Improved with her experience of lost
year nnd tho Normal pcuplo are con
lldent that sho will bring a victory to
tho school a week from Saturday
OTERO WILL REPRESENT
lloiwell, N M . Nov U. - At U'lt hull
Inst l-'rlday uluhl was held tho pre
llmluarj oratorical contest which do-
emeu wno win veprcoeni tno ew
Moxlco Mllltnry Institute In tho nu
mini territorial oratorical contest for
higher cilucntlonnl Institutions, which
will -bo held ns nn adjunct to tho ter
ritorial Kducatlonnl association's con
vention, tfhlch will bo held nt Santa
I'U thin year the contest wilt Im
Cadet Cnptnln Miguel A Otero, sou
of tho former governor ot New Mex
ico of thnt nituiu.
W. C Cook, the wlnnor of the local
oratorical contest, nd who will vp-
11 II. lllley, n Haiita Vo employe
I from Tiinnku. Ih lnr tndiiv on Hunln
M, J. Terrln ot Waterloo, !., Is
days in AlbUuucrouc
t'llOWl) WIOT A TK.VAM NKGHO
AtHWft to l-Vouiw IVew m IfesNO
ItKrWtil Itlk-v JolieseM'M
Clsrksvllle. Texns, Nor. .Wlth-
ur"' "e mill wmrws nn iiiuui-
,1110 mtwntimmiri viiivii inn iv-
Sponded to her c meter's appeals for
n.. lilDM-u 1. W U B .M,t.l.M..,1 1... .
Inlurlfrn noi ami hot tu death by
, from tho fnritihouo by the approach
of heighWot. .We was cuplured by a
. - j.
,nt MkiVcl to be btmiht to
OlMksvl.ll wWen someone shouted tu
Lf AOteyftK fOT '' "J
GUM IWYSTEfiY &m&mmm
St. Louis fttatth Discovers
Where ike Hundreds of
Tons of OMeU Arc Deposit'
cd By Busy Jaw Wobblers.
Ht 1inls. Nor. 8.A fctruth o( this
iln lias nut Hkor nck Holmes to
nliame in dlscdvcrlHR ,wlii Mm heavy
leposim or cnciwca gum i.o t uuya
ha Ht l-ouls Ucpuljilc
Several thottsiiml " no nd of the
utuft arc chewed In St. Unts nnnunlly
by tho lolk with tho restless jaws.
The chew It a minute, nn hour, nil
dny; ,nll week anyway, they chw It
tlirth6 snccimrlno Is out of It nnd then
It Is thrown awny. A tliousnnd pounds
a liny would not keep the St. Louis
What becomes of thm otto thousand
pounds of good chicle?
What became ol that ono tnousnnn
iwiunds thnt wmi chewed yesterday
Olid the day before? It would seem
reasonable to suppose Hint wo might
bo wndlng nnklo deep In rejected gum
ere now. for Ht. l,ouls mint chowofs
arc no new thins; and they work ns
Hani ns Hie gum chewers ot anybody's
Heveral other Mnlxles throw their
cum away nt about tho samo time and
dug down In their molnl handbags or
Deader1 hamtuugs, or wimt ver kind
thoy wore cnrrylng, and dug out nn
other slick of cbewlnn num. They
did It yesterday, thoy will tomorrow,
nml nil the tlmo little brown men
down In Central America nro scurry
ing nroiind trying to find more chlclo.
Mnlile must have her sum.
This chlclo stuff comes from Yuca
tan and rumpoche. It leaks out of a
sapling known ns the "apot tree" In'
mono faroft parts, and It Is getting
to bo worth almost as much, pound
fur pound, ns Irish potatoes.
We buy about tvro thousand tons ot
this raw gum every year and tho gum
making machines nnd tho Mnlzios of
this fair land do tho rest This gum
goes somewhere, but Just where wo
ain't know, into tho street, into tho
suwers, into the nsbplt -thoro ought
to be a layer of chowed gum three
inches deep all ovor the I'nltcd States
by this time.
Thu Kum chewers bad better get
busy. (Irccdy men are killing oft the
laputu forests and there Is troublo
ahead for Malxlo aw all her Jaw wab
bling sisterhood. When the nsuto trees
aro all got.e, then whatT
s r invi u j vi ri ik swv witj g U J(0
chlclo which la the basis ot It W Is
found nowliero else In thu world.
There will bo it (amine that will fairly
disrupt the department stores nnd
upset tho plans ul a whulo lot ot lac-
Tho wholo troublo Kccm to lin Ihtu I
Tho iMalzlen hnvo been chawing more
nnd moro gum cvory )'cnr, Tho poor
Mexican wno owned tco wipoto trees
found thnt tho prlco was going up
very fast and thnt ho could gel from
ono to two hundred dollars pur ton
for this raw mnterlkl beloved of
.Mnlzloti everywhere. So bo wnnder
cd out with his muchcto and tapped
his trees so fervently thnt they blod
themselves to death.
What becomes of Ibis enormous
amount of chlclo?
The streets ought lo bo pretty well
carpeted with It. It ought to bo fnlrly
choking tho sowers by this time.
There ought to bo regular snndbsra of
It hero ami there along the Mississip
pi. OK New York It would not bu
surprising to find a mighty reef ot re
jected chewing gum, contributed by
tho legions ot Malzlcs that foregather
In Manhattan. It Is staled on cood
authority that there aro certain hours
In tho morning when u keen ear
placed near tho Now York asphalt wlU
ho ablo to bear n far-renchltip roar
that Is like, and yet unlike, tho pound
ing ot sail son waves, it is tho ono
million Mslzlcs of New York chewing
their morning cud.
Komehow or nnothcr tho gum van
ishes, Thoru Is Just mo hypothesis
that aids In explaining tho where
abouts of these hundred ef million"
of pounds at gum tlwt have been
chowed in tho country In' the Inst two
decades. Anyone who has over ob
served or studied tho habits of ilio
Jaw wnbblor has noted tbet the
Mauie girl hns her "end" ono -me-nient
and it Is o:io thu next. Mho
says tnt sbo hns not swsltewed It It
Is certain that It has iwt worn out,
for It has treracudous newer of resist
What Is tho answer? H It this:
Kxmtilno nil the ehes. Kxmnlmi
(hem with the tlioroiiHs of n
Kronen government Run your
hand along tho edgu of tn ckalr srat.
Hal anil ngnin ha' Wfcat do you
About two and one-half pounds or
well desslcntcd chlclo that was. It t
as hard ns n bono ami as brltlo as
beonwnk. Seek another ckKl The
result. Is the same leek sVong tho
edges of tho tubles, nls tho window
Icitgcs nnd along ih 4m of thu bed
rails, It Is nvnr whore. Over tho
doors and under tho w4ews you tan
recover pounds and pgwhs cf dusty
street car seats will ylW teaa of It
ii iiiey aro caroiuiiy e)wteii. uu
jiartmcnt store counters will bo rich
mines for tho chlclo h(Mer. Tho se
cret Is out!
1DV HefTW WftT.TrtfH
Knton, N M . No? . RmboII.
charged with holdlnr ss L J. Kd-
?iunds at the point of a vevr nsd
Obblng him of n rninlsenMii H3i of
money and other vsluiMir iMst eeunrl
ovor lo tho grand Jury' y by
Jiutlco a M. ftayne sst n sd ot
$1,000 to nwalt trial,
U J WwihkIs was w Mt tho
night of October-. 7lk hf U waging'
man and robbed (if a ysvsMirsbo
sum However, tho tnwrtort"" wil
general nppesranca Mr. IM-
munda n clow to hlo MssHy, art
cr sorao cbsvor iltiecHssi-sHsHt hy tho
Mice, Ivm Rw.eil wst ksMM I J!.
Ho was Htwblf (o tfm .WW ;ysmilrtil
tokut and wHl he kaUfla wimty
SAsHW C sWWl Htf ( ilr
rv t.MMi, rtusMM. rj, it f-w. Mg.
H.r KwTWaBa m TVo S) iSfSJ
00a, iMMMb mi T ivSTiSX
UMBUI. tli t 19 UM t HsV SMakC
FEATURE OF DAY
Approval of Courts In Amer
ican Tohaoeo Case Reassures
Timid Buyers; Prices Climb
in Face of Profit Taking.
(Hy HvsoIbk Herald A. 1. lata Wlrsl
Now York, N. Y-, Nov. 0. Altnouite
npprovnl by the court or tho American
Tobacco reorganization plan hail
been cxpecUxl In Wall Street, tho
movements ot stocks tnduy showed It
bud uot been discounted entirely In
the recent advance l'rlces rose
steadily but though tho demand wns
heavy, tho market wns not unsottlcd
by tho movement
The largest trading was tn United
Stntos Steel. This stock wns bought
In tho belief thnt, should tho dilu
tion suit recently tiled hgnltisl tho
corporation bo decided against It, tho
effect on security holders. In the light
of tho tobacco decision, would net ho
disastrous. Increased coulldeiico wns
shown In tho buying nnd u heavier
outside business wns reported. Trad
ing diminished when the market eased
Hear operators took all thn stuck
lOiTcrcd and before mlddny thu list
wns rising nrisxiy ugmn. union I'u
cific ruse to 171 1-2 and a block of
7,000 shares of United Slate Htecl
wns purchased nt CI 7-S, niter which
It went to o:. Many otner prominent
stocks exceeded their previous best
prices aud tho wliolo market took on
a buoyant appearance.
Honda wore firm with the tobacco
Issues In heavy liem.ind. The fours
Jumped l, to at 1-3 nnd tho sixes 2,
l-s to 117 1-k.
Kiclfcd buying characterized tho
operations In the mlddny stock mar
ket Irttrno purchnslng orders wot a
distributed all nround the room nnd
tho market climbed steadily In tho
face at tho enormous profit taking
by Inst week's buyers. Traders, who
sold stocks confidently yesterday
when tho market wns weak wcro tho
most eiiKcr buyers. I'nltcd Stntfls
Steel Improved I J H to CI, Ihlgh
Valley I 1-1 to 174 1-2: American
Smoltlng .,S to 72. Union I'acltlc I to
172 1-2; internntlonnl Harvester to
111 1-2 mill Heading 3 1-2 lo ICO 3 8.
i'Iio decision to pass the semi
annual dividend ot 2 1-2 per cent on
American cotton oil caused tho sur
render of thn stocks two olnt rise,
but It did not fall below yesterday's
closing. After reacting a slight frac
tion tbe whole list mounted to the
highest again, Another slight soiling
movement was In progress at '1
o'clock. The clone was buoyatiL
Chicago, 111., Nov. 8.--C!oo!
Wheat Deo. til 3-K; My $1.00
Cornnec, a Ul; .May 61 38l-2.
Onts lc. 4g 3.1J)7'8: May 19 3 8.
Pork Jan. llC.in,
l.si.1 Jhh. t$.'iZ 1-2.
Ribs Jan. $8.0.
New York Mdal
Now Yolk. Nov. , Copper $13.1S
12.35; tin $11 S0( 12.20; lead l..i'ft
Ntw Ysrk Msnsy
Now York, N. V.. Nov. 0. Call
money 2 1-2; prime mercantile paper,
1 1-1 (? I 1-2; silver' SO 1-2. Mexican
dollars 10 1-2.
New York tecks.
Now York, Nov. 0. Closes
Aumlgnmutrd Copper OS 1-1,
tmur 117 7-8.
Atchison 103 3H.
Orcnt Northern 127 3-4.
New York Central 108.
Northern rnclllc 120 fi-S.
Reading 149 3.4.
Southern 1'aclfio in.
Union Taelflo 173 1-4,
IT. . Steel 83 7,8.
U. S. Steel preforrcd 109 5-8.
COI.I WKATHKK IMKMtTM
tMttf'H OI- WHIJAT
Chicago, Nov. .K4remcly coy
weather In th Camutlsn nerthwest
Momley, Nov. iUK at 10 a, l
wl! selUHt attctic a, 4-roum Uomm
nml lot at 1011 X. th, A Mtte et
$00 on properly Ht $ki carried at
S tier cent. Pftijurty now rcnttit.
I'rnietty muet soil. A chance to
buy n hoHM cttMP.
emlet today tej hdlso thef tirlcs of
whiilt, The oacnliiK Whs ii sheds
loer lo 3-e up? Heccmber eUflee
tn D l-4U3 uticbnngeil tti
l-c higher, nnd advanced to 3 7-sc.
Torn suiimeii nt first inclined to be
weak on the theory thnt iho gitvern
input report would generally bu ri"
gnriled ns tienlnst the bears, not
commlfwion bulnR lirouaht nlnuit n
rallh iHiNtnhfr opened i-Wl'lu
ibrWii at ti 7-Jfle, iiiul then rose.
10 63 lSfF3 1-tO.
In tho oats crowd Irndlrs wre
governed by the course of wheat.
December started t-o higher nt
48 B-bc, touched 46 lie nnd advanced
to 4a n-4e
Strength In the hog market
brought nhout nn Improvement in
quotations for pneking hotisq prod
ucts. Initial imIm were 3 !i (ft 2d, Up,
with May deliveries' l S0fflfl.35ts
UV pork, IS.3& for lard, nml $K.8?H
yjl.to for ribs.
Chlcngo, Nov. Cattle- Itecelpts
S,B0tii ipnrket sternly for best, others
weak beeves, It.OSflOlO. Trxos
s(eers. l4.00(eC.IB; wctlcrn steels.
t4.3Bt7..S; stockers and fpeders,
SB.04S.S0 cows and heifers, fiOOff
O.ftl; calves, ?5.50fl6.N.
ilcgs- Itecelpts 21.000. market
-low; to steady; tight, OJO!
mixed, ti.tOff .40; heavy, 5.80f
6.40, rough, ts.tnfrf (o. pood to
tti ..'c. nenvy. is.woifB.fu; piss,
Kr5.25i bulk or sales. . twirr-33ft.
Hheep-lleuelpts JfS.OOOi market
slow, weak; native. f ..SOtf S.Sf
wostcrn, Ji.THta.SS; yedrllnKS, $3.70
4H.40; native lambs. $J.75 CSS;
wettern lambs, t3"t& 5. SO.
SI, lsmU Wind.
Ht. Louis, Mo.. Nov. p. Wool un
clmiigcd: territory and ivestern uu
dlums, tSVjfl-nc: flue mediums, 1
Itci fine, tltf 10c.
ANOTHICH TK.V t?KNTS
New York. Nh. . All grrtden of
refined sugar were reduced 16 cents
a hundred pounds tunny.
HniMiH (Ity l.hrs4iM-k.
kunsns City. Nov . Cuttle Ite
celpts 11,000. Including sOA southerns:
market steady to strong, native
steers. tu..S4ia.V0. southern steers.
S&.7& rr : southern cows dud heif
ers, i2 75fi 4.76, native cows olid
heifers. I3.7.4I7.O0: stockers nml
feiiders. 13.75(1 8.0ft. bulls. 3.2S?
4.76; calve., Jt.OOfi 7.U0: western
steers. $3.54j70: western cows,
Hcirs Ileeelits 13.000; market
steady to strong bulk ot sates, t.".75
tf.30; heavy. $6.3SIM.3fis packers
am) butchers. $6,164(9.35; lights,
$r..aoff a.:o. pias. it.0(i6.:s.
Sheop Itecelpts 7,00ft; market
steady, muttons, $3.i)ft4f 1.00; lambs.
Jt-CSJE-e rstiKc wctbeis nnd year-
These People Have Won
Free Dinner Sets:
Police Judge Geerge R. Craii;, of Albuquerque.
I). Lewis, of Adamana, Armaa.
Mrs. J. C layloR, 3X!t W. RAseldine Avenue.
Who's the Next?
Hicmi lieautlful ai-ilcfo Dinner Nets Hrti Riven nlfeotatety friv. All
liurrlinM'rs at our store nn; given tlekrte enithlHK ilicoi ulilt Hut
mounts of their purchases. Ilacli etiirtlay cvciiIhr nt H o'clock
Dinner Set l.x gtveit free to Hie iktwhi pivwHtlng- n tleket stidw
lug tiie Inrgent total ot twehstecs dHiloe the prvewllug; week.
ei!$ '')) tin nvj$4'nUi'.
1 The Bank
Wt iollcil (ht
:t . jii.. J
Hhs, $I.eo4.6(J range ewes, $2.00
Ntw Yerk RetL
tim Ysrk. St. V.. Muv. D CntttiH
swH ckMN4 dull to points higher, mid
dling uplands $9.4tt rnhMHef ,gult
t.TU, ,no sales,
AUTO .PJTY .AlillVXS
IN ALBTJQU1RQU1 TODAY
Oltimj), HaH-'fltJ, lmlly ot 44 Ac
rm Jlfw In 1Hc Hcwy nr Tills
.MoriilHg) llcperi IMil ltoad,
A family of six, liberally bespatter
ed with thu mud nml grlnto of Hut
out!, arrived here this mor.nlng curly
from Ottuwn, Kuns., having been on
tho rond tn nn automobile for tho pust
Tho party Is eoutpi'seil .of J. W.
I'nlrehllil, his wife, four chlldreh, and
Mts .Klsln, Miller. Tliey sturlod from
I U ' I f liomu In n Henry-33 car throe
weeks ngo last Bnturdsy, und during
that time, hnvo been dolayoj IB days
by bud ronds. Mr. Fulrchlld mild this
morning Hint they had had only sou
miles of good hod its In the cntlro trip,
of 1300 miles.
He Is unsettled ns yet which routs
ho will take out of hero on hit way
to tis Angeles.
Louis Citndclnrln tvns arrested this
morning; on n clinrgu of IioIiir drunk
uml fighting on the direct. He will
have a hearing tomorrow.
Mr. nml Mrs. C. II. Norton of Iowa
county, Iowa, lire the guests of their
snn-ln-lnw nnd daughter, Mr. und
Mrs. John Stevens, of 1001 North
Orplirum tinnier opens toolglit.
The ladles ot the Ooid and Hroed
way church will meet tomorrow after
neon at tho hewe of Mrs, FIcvert, 210
South Ikoailwav for prayer. Thin Is
cne et a, series ef cottage prayer meet
ings participated In by members ot
both the lowlands uml hlahtnmt con
tingents. Everybody who Is Interest
ed Is Invited.
TO CtTHK A CTOM IN ONB tAY.
Take LAXATIVK HROMO Quinine
Tablets. Druggists rotund money If
It falls to cure. K. W, attOVK'H sig
nature Is on each box.
TOO LATX TO CLAHUT
WANTKD Light work for room nnd
bonnl. Outside work tiroferrHl.
Aildress K WiMMlruff, general deliv
ery, Albuiiuerque. 11-p
WANTKD- Youn girt to nssUt with
housework. Apply 7 IS West 11
yer nvenue, If
accotitiit fifth f
and htJfviihili '
J. Me SrOLIE
Jail HtcM ho can'sHrMslilMM.
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