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AiOTQuiatara arnamfo amuxd. mohday, opto be 7, 1112.
STUART G
Stoves and Ranges
nillfliHMiKliiM P r -
EACH ONE
f
'Of.'
PC
1,
FULLER-WARREN CO.
Before buying see the largest
and best assortment of Heaters
and Ranges displayed in town
AT
RAABE & MAUGER
115-117 NORTH FIRST ST.
nioro cm 111 jjii Ikh In 11 'In. Il hun Klvon
jr.n.ooo mill now In; wnntn me to give
J. ',11,000. '
Mr. MurVnigh, according to tho
wlln cH, H.IO hln timt Mr. Morgun
wrote 11 cheek for $00,000 which lie
in-nt to Mr. Iliirrlmim'ii office.
Mgden I.. MIIIr, trcunurcr of thn
Th ft orgutilzulion In New York ntiilc
In n pri-euiivcnUon cam pa I km thin
' 11 r, produced an accounting of
money in t l to liiin 1iy the NatloneJ
Tuft leugin- for tlin New York primar
ies Hi- hiiIi! tlin largest expenditure
wu for ilftiyitivcM to prevent fraud
ulent voIIiik. Ho wilil thii cimtern
branch of tho Null 1111 11 1 Tuft league
oiKonlzoil by Timothy I.. Woodruff
ruined uhoiit $24,000 nimiit In tho pri
mary tlKhl. Mr. Mllld rained $7,726
Mr. Mllln denied a ntutement crcd
llel to H. 11. Hooker, Progressive
truasurcr Hi N'iiw York, thut "30.000
vuta wvrc rant for Itoonovelt dele
gate In tin' March primaries un'l
wire .101 counted,"
"Th (iiiIIk were fully manned by
ItooniiVf It wiitrhern," he Maid, "and
Mr. Jtnonovelt vol aa iiiuiiy na IC.0M0
VOlcM."
Tho weekn before tho primary, hi'
I'll Itl,- reporlH wore tnuiiii to him or
itlcmplH to bribe 'J'n ft precinct enp
tain to deliver vole to Knosovclt, but
lin'illil not verify any of these.
Mr. Mills khvii ihn cuiumlitoo fig
11 rim, 1 tul poll Imnl.M from product
In tho eighth uion-in lily district mid
mild Investigation of tho Koonovcll
votf 1 In many districts hud shown
much of It to liuvo been fraudulent.
In one district, Im mild, a iiibii who
ha&liln li'ic amputated on election day
wob recorded us having voted.
,ln tho fourth election district, h
mid, tlin record showed that thu usual
100 VIlU'N CUSt WITH CCINt III perfect
;i BLOCH
I SMART
is our HOBBY.
I PRICE plus VALUE is to J
I our minds the rook bottom t
of success in business.
; We are giving to our ous
'. tomers the biggest, broad- : :
: : est dollar for dollar value : ;
; ; in Albuquerque and we ;
:: contend, with the best of
' ' reasons, that BTEHf- :;
.
t BLOCH Smart Clothes i
1 confer ike heat value in
I tho wprld fox tbe moBey.
i Value in style, in tit, in J
J WorHiD,anahip,
f They; are here, to be tried $
1 We offer them as low as
Jl .
Z Holeproof Hosiery for J
1 -men, womeni and children
I a1 qr and prfpi. ,
T 1 1 m n law 'WPS wm rv t 1 X
CLOTHES
I- wtm.
GUARANTEED
to give satisfaction. Made
by the oldcat manufacturer
of stoves in America.
ulphnbi'fl' .il i i'Ii r
Mr. MIIIm van used mid
the I
'
1 iiiiiiii'Ui ! iijj' in.' I until lomuriuw
Illuming.
HGKS ROOSEVELT
Bemocratio Candidate Don't
Want to Prejudice Anyone
But Point3 Out "Very Inter
esting Circumstances."
MAKES PUBLIC LETTER
FROM CHAIRMAN HILLE3
flly lmril Wire tu HvtmtnM llrrnlil
I'lii-blu. I ulo., in I. 7, -That tin
I'lllli'd .s'lnli m rtliiid i iirnnriillon "li
litililml iin, third parly proKram In i
Kurd to ihi riiKHbitlon of Urn IriiMin '
wiih tlin I'liurui- iniiiii' by (lnviriini
Wnoclriiu Wiikoii In ii Hiii'i'i h lii'ii' lo-
day. i 'orroborailvii I'Vliliiun of that
iiMMvrtloii, thi' Knvi riiiir mild, uhm rum-
niK 10 ling ivitj Uuj.
"It In ii vdiv IntiTi'iitliiK I'lri'tim-Htiiiin-,"
Hiibi liovi-riinr WIIkoii, "Dial
thu Aini'iliiiii Mi-ol i.'orpiirutlun In be
hind thi' third parly proKram iih r
Kurdii thu ii'KiiliiUini or ihu iniNU.
Now I don'i uiuil lo mi) thai lo pn-Ju.
dk'ii you, bi'iuiiKu I um not Ihtii to
Indict iinyliiiilj. I am pi-rfi-i'lly rniid
to iiilmll 1 1 in t Hi!. ofrii'irH of thu
I'nltcd Klnti'H Hlii'l I'orpoialloii think
thai In Die Ihmi thliiK I"r tho I'nIU'il
HUllVM.
"M pnllll H Unit tlll'HU Kl!llllulllllll
liuvo KriAMi up in thi iitiiioMphiTK of
tllll lllltlKK llllll I hoy UllrlllHI'UlM lllHI)
cnuiiii ainl uhlch Iho law of tb-'
t'lilli'il iil.iiiM an no fur not atti'mpti'd
to ih-nlro. And they now want u
Kuvi riiini ni uhk'h will pi'i'pftuati'
llu'.ii tluiiK Miey liuvo I'rcutfd."
Hi, vi riinr Wllmili ri'iicluul I'lli-blo a'
U-.30 u'l-loi U and wiih rcfolvi'd b)
iluunii'i Mliarmth ami cundldati'H of
thu Di'inn mill' Mtalu th'kct. Ilcfuru
bin Hpi i ' b uii labor iiih-hIIuiih ha UUVf
out (oi piilillriitlou thu folluwIiiK Itl
tcr wlin h im nald hud li'i:ii forwanlnd
to liiin fiom Ui'iiinrrallu natlonul
livadiiuurii'in an liuvlnu biMin ulrruluU
J til I'haih'H 1), IIIIIlm, Iti'pulilliall
naiiuiial ilinlriiiliii, unions uinplyycru
of labor tin outf hunt tint tiiuntry:
' Il thu NovoinbiT vhiitliiti rvHUltN
In Uii' I'holcu of a Diiiiiocratlu coti
Kri'M and iJiiuocratlc prvHldnnl, iiv
lurlfl bllU will hu fliaclud at oncu. In
nlbir wnrdK, (U'Blnutlvi' DuniDL'ratli
tariff iiii'imlin'M. Hinli iin I'ri'Mldiinl
Tan vutoi'il at tho IiihI Hinhlon, will
bi'iomu l.i wm.
"Only unu thliiK ran prevent this
mid that Ik a pi'ott'Ki vol. un thu part
of thu Aiin.'iKiiii um kiiimiiin. Thvy
iiiiihI I'liuoKi' bi'twi'i-n a lilKh Mtundnrd
of living and that of thu unUurpald
j'.uriiiii'an worKiiiKinuii. vu your oiu.
uliiyiM uiiilerMtuuil thut this define
the exact dlf'ereiico butwocn tho Uu
publican mill tho uemocrntlc portion,
nut only an your produce In concerned.
but ua purloining tu till other iiroductH
of American labor. II you will kindly
aund ua u IUt of your employe who
uro votura. wiih uniinnion naurcaHoa
iiach ouo will bu uakvU periiunally. to
vutu fur Tuft uml Hhurnian and thu
Itepubllcun cuniildutu fur wunureiia
and told tho rvauon why. I trunt you
ll favor mil with thi Hut ut thu
vurlluat posalblu dute.
(HlKllflU
CllAItLliH U. IJIM.i:S.
'C'hulrmuii."
Ouvornor Wllann Hiild thut beyond
deitlrlim to make the li tter public In
wlnliml to iiiuku no i.niiiiiieiit un It.
"It MPcakM fo ' line If," hu wild "
"Th hiin.inlliirlaii part of tho
Uilrd purly'ti promum, ' nald thu eov
urnor later, "Im a noil of i.'liorua wnlch
Mr. HooiHiuvIt Im tryln to tench thu
truU to ulnui huuuuMu tho funda-
menial purt or thu pionrum )a ttianha
truita ahull U rewxnlwd ua tt pr
jnanent purt of our coitomlo order
and that tltu Hovurmnuiit aluill try to
nmku thonu truaia thu mlnlatura, thu
InatrumunU throuuh which hu llfo ot
thU couotrv atinEl hu UuvuJopud on Ita
ijiitiuauriui oiuo."
"Wormy children aro unhappy, puny
Ahd aJokly, Tltoy can't Uu uthvnvuu
ufhllii wnriiiH cut uwuv thulr vlronectll
and vlUUliy. A fow doava of
WIHTK'H ClOSMS VMUMIVUQW
pwtotmo a marvutoua tronaformaUon.
Chcrfulnuiuf, atrcngth mid thu roay
bfoom ttt health aoesdllv return,
irlc 2(0 Ubr bottle Bold by ult
urujjuan. vuV.
. ....
m m jwayaaenmi mwhhi. oi pik
2
wxiihi. ue i
,Me ffotHna t i
STEEL CORPORATION
GWDACi SAYS
GOV. WILSON
fflUii
Third Term Candidate Out of
Rttnningr and Prosperity
Lovers yj Vote for Pro
tection, Says President.
(fly l.mI U'lrr to KvrntUK llrrabt
lloaion, Mini., Octobi-r . Ti.i 'iir
Popli. r th l.'nlii-d Htuli t urc
to votu for thu eontlnunncft of tho
policy of protft Hon and trade ixpun
aJon whliu under I ti-puiil left n r-.jl nn
broiiKbt about tlift prent.nl unpiirnl
ellud prosperity la the cnnvlrtlon t
I'riiildent Tuft utprnrHul In n Mi?ts
iiieiit limufil laat nlnht on the oonrltl
Klon of III alx day auto trip through
MiiMiichuai-ttN. Vermont and Mow
llampuhlre. The prealdent n nrcom
piinli I by Mm. Tuft and her KUnit,
MIhm Mii In I llnardiniiii. I'n-Hldent
Tufi Humming up of t tic political kit J
uniinii in t night vt.in ii follows; 1
I 'S.-rv I'-iiwii tu in HiulMfied
Mlli pi, i : b vi- been
hllnph i Pii'l
with ii-tt.ru and iirvMiapvr llppinKn
hbuwliiK thu trend i'f i hi- ti'l. toward
Ho lti'iuiblU'iiii imrn, i i l itfi.riii and
Us i ilidlillltl'M. I lime deed i Hpf illll-
. . . i... ..... ... .. u ,r,.... .1..,
ly p I I ill :i mi- ,! n i,",i, .
norlllSM-Xtet'll Ktlltl'H. ,
' Ttie rarmerii of I Inn part uf the
union were ilnver ho proiipeinuM and
tlli v d li'it llli.'llll to rlltk tile I'JMN of
their pluMpi'tlly by abalidonliii; the
Ilupiibll' an i Hb wlinne pollr len huvu
enabled lliein lo iironper.
"The are on Inii-d that the third
term nii'liiiiiti' 1 no loiiKer in the
riiniiliiK, mid tli.it the hob a In be
tween Un- Hi j.iiiii'u .in plaiinrin anil
(iiinliilaieN on ib Kin hand, and mi
Ihu other bund tin- In moirulli' plat
form with ItH plniil. .f a tariff for
revenue ohl , and IIh I'andblalc, flriV
ernor WiiDnn. wlm i-nld In an mldreHi
at William 'Wow. I'u , thut the farm
T dm lint ni i-d priiteetnui It f
limn" xm.ii ., to i-xplaln to tin fni 'hit,
went, i-.imi. north on on ! I'a'dflc
ii.e. what ilovertinr Wll mn'a er
trunk Iiiiatl'in uottbi iinun, wllb
Mr WiIhiiii In the While IImiihi- and
a Id linn r.itli' inajorlty In the Mipllol.
"The pilm lpiil remain fur the exliit
Iiik proppiTltv Im thu aMMinauiK that
under tlie Iti I'liidli mi pub' v of homu
pnili" linn and ii.hIi- exiaiiNlnii, A 1 1 1 1 r .
ban IndtiHti). ulilb- re.tebiriK for for
eign lliiirkelH Im IimI hi dailKi r of loxlllK
tin- Iihiiii iiiurKi't
Wliile mir l"i' it'ii trade Im itrow-
ItiK nmre raplilh lb. in at un iiiiin in
oar hlHlury, dmin "H ' oliiuieri'e lh
making ailvani'i'H lull aw reiiiarkikble
"our pupulaiiiiii im increiiNinK, the
ilemuml for lite in" KKiirli'M ol life Im
increiiMliiK propi,rtii'iiiiiely, and thankx
lo in IIVii liilHllli'.HM .Hid Kood WiiKex till
peiiil' are able In m for ullut tln j
wunt and lo keep mir ludUHlrb-H Ihih)
HllpplIIIK llll'lr H.llllH.
I Here Im 110 xeliniiM ilaiiKer, I He
lleve, to our ItiHtitnilon irom indus
trial alilllllliill. hi i lulu: iih Mlirh aKl
tat Ion lieepH within the leKal liuiiiidM
It la not wlinoul wlioieMnine HiKtiiri
caui'u and may tettil to Improve i-uiiill
HoiiH. .
"When II pailKi'M beyond the b'KDl
limit. Whether thore Ki-lf iilltlllV." il ir-
riililiei led Willi eupllal or with labor
It Im a menace to be dealt Willi !
lawful aiithorlly.
"NotwItliMtanilliiK ii'i'.iMliin.'il i.iit
liri'UllM of Mllll'lli ' III lalmr dlllli
there IH a utoWlllK lelldi li' N to Mdlb
illf feri'lli ell by peaeefill meatm, and
Ihero Im unduiibteillv iinirilfi'it a mil' Ii
mole lrleudl and huinaiii- .ittlliide on
I Ik purl or lite empiiiVet'H toward em
plujeM limn wiih appiirent not mait
yearn iiko.
.Soi'iui and eeonomli' . nl il lonn nr.
Krowlni; better, not wmm . i.tul lie
pllhllrun polleleN. fiiHteiluu .mil hIIiiiu
latlUK nalldnal primperltx, undoubt-
udiy lend low.ini ihi.h ue'ti run-ill
For the mini "f the n iiinunlly en
JoylllK robllHt health, uiiih I. leinedleti
nave iiuiii altrai linn, im uiatter now
viieirnrouHlv tbe. are n . i.miiu. nded an
uiire-allH fur (lie Inn v m Itu
Tltu law of Mipplv ainl ileliuiliu
iilonif with labor orKmilxatloiiH and
hucIi leu alat on iih iinii nioper v bu
iinacted kovi'I iiIiik Ill-urn uf labor and
rat i'h of I'liiiieiitiutloii in the nubile
nervine. Ihereb. uhittK an .'Xntnolo for
private einployeiM, me admiuulu tu
deal wllh thu wauu ducHtlun.
"A Kuueral niliilmiim wuhi' Svould
llinu u lelulencv to lirlnK duwn tin:
itiaxlmiini tp I ho minimum.
uttior orKKtnxuiionH uro wu awari
of tb Im result, wharo an nrrpnttumnnl
lo mat etioci nan ueen oniurou line
Willi unmioyera,
"However, na l anut, tnu Amerinn
peoplo uro lo peed uf no iiyiuU dm
"Tliu hlRher Uit of AvlnB. um I have
mii Id before, Im world-wide.
"Tim aim or tlin llepiilillenn nil(
la to neo that American worker are
etiubled to meet the comi i,' IImiik t
Kueplllg I'liijiloyud ut (uod wuum.
"It Im a Klmplo uri)OHe, nnd an di
rect ultd pnu'tlcul ua It la Hluiple. and
doea not need n volume of rbnturi
to explain or nut uround It.
"Whlln the conl of llvlttK. ox fur um
moMt of tho nuceiiuurU'tf of life are
concerned, la not no IiIkIi here ua In
Kuropit, the wiik" earner here It net
tltiK more than double, tu nix und
Miiven IIiiicm Ihu wiikvm paid In ICurupe,
and la In that prnporllon bettor lU'le
to meet tins Inereamt In Iho com of
llvliiK.
"1 nropono In dcallnu wllh lh triml
liientlou lo keep (ho great cnmblnn
lloiiM of capital within exactly the
name control aa tho city or croaK-roada
grocery thut pays a feileml llccnsu for
uelllnit clguni.
"I menu ihat hpth nhall obey tho
law. That' nil, Hlmjdc, In It nol'f"
"Tho Hhcrtnnn law him been inul
will continue to hn enforced iiKitliiHt
All vlqlatnrn, however rich and power.
XUl tnoy tnuy no,
"I have reroininendeil nntlounl In
rorporutlon, without InfrlnuInK on thu
right of tha utatcn to tax eorpnrule
jiroptrty, hut nueh Incorpuratloua
would not miapend or nullify In any
dui(ruo tho Hlierman law or any law
tujculnat iiionifpnfy lh raHtralift of liadu.
"I um uttnrly nffpoaed to ihu pro
poaal to havu en Intoratutn trade coin
mlaalon, flxliix prlcea mid otherwlxu
rjeertiln control over hunliictta nf
fa Ira.
"fliioh a tdntrol, becatuo not suldod i
i... Ium A.... I.. ..I..T!..al....
-uiv uu' tj ieipiiuui (iiervi.ii'ii,
Would -ho both denputle and aiiclallatle,
nnd no i-tniler of hlntory nueila to v
told that tho two term havo a ye-7
close relation 1
''llefetrluir to1 lnlornniona nueo
tlotia. J HUnk that every one will
iiRreu thut the American tnurlnea In
Nlcurauuu huvu enhducied tu'einaelvea
lueim
In inaiiner wdT'hy 9' tferf-jjr flair and I
tliolr uhlform'. ' .THJut, utory . ubnut;
nhnrJnir tile tialntt with (he rtui vIiik
ttuiusii aim ciiiiurcu iiuii i no i'-
r puiUvU froiifdbrjt rmti budy of men.
Concert
in the
Phonograph
Departpient
Every Night of
a Fair Week
PROGRAM M0NBAY,
OCTOBER 7.
fi tnu from Mitfimn
ii tor
l.iltht
.iritlbi'im Vloloileollo Hulo
M.dlev
TWO .-'lep
Hy I'rlliee'n
lluw! Hhu In the
due illrl
. iiy Kaymund lilxoii
ill .Street SonK
Hy l.ury iHMbele
lui l-'rulncliiit. nvertiiro
Hy Sunn:i'n Hand
'ut to Aunt Mnry'n
.10 Jiiiiil-x Wlilleomb lliley
t
l.'.w In -Mini'
, ..Hy IJnrleo (.'aruau
Man h of Ihu Tuy
Iy VI' lor llerherl's
i
Itiiiitlful I ale of HolllPWllure
..Hy ('1111111111111 Mixed
Phonograph Dept.
JCHIRB FLOOR
lBail
1 , ; - 1 1 " 1 . . i i .n,.... i ; . .,, ,, r , , (I,,. , , , i , ,it v i
It emiiliiiMlziH the tlmcllncMH of thn
UMAlHtuii'-o itlxi-n by thu reqiicnt and
with the coiiMenl or the government ot
NIcuruKiia In putting an wnil to condl
tlona nhot-kliiK humanity.
"Mexico Mueiim to be xmurKliiK from
Itn troubleH, lii- d have probably nut
heVn an bar) an purled.
"Thin Kovernttii m Iium been rarefnl
to renpeot Inierii.itiunal obllKatlotiM In
ileiillui; with thi 'iiti'Mtlona that have
arlnen In eonii, iun with the iIIm
ordern that b.n.- mriicted our notith
i rn nelKhbor. .iti.l I have hopu and
roufldeuee liint tb, patriotic spirit of
the Mexican jn-i. i U- will lead to com
.ilelu rentoruiiiiii uf tint International
peace nnd Inn iienn ennentlnl to their
natlonul wilfar-
The Markets
WAIL STEEBT.
tly I.mnril Wlrti to F.rrnlax Ifaraldl
Now York, i let. 7 -Thn week In
the Ntiii'U inarltei upt-nud with connld
uiuble irriKUlarliy. I'rlcca Inclined
tu flriniii-m at the ontxet hut noon
yielded in prenMiiie iiKalntt tho lead
er i". Headline l,ehhih Valley ntid Ca
imillan IMelfli- fiiiiiuit a point or morn
from the bent. I'tilun Pnclflc, 8t
I'aul. 1 'nlted Slati-M hieoi and AtnulKu
muted itlno iippeured to bo for nule
..I ..........uui,.H. V n...ivnl
,,V , .111, . B. .!' I III IV V.I I1", I
alid Hill Inauen wnre deoldcdly Inoro
lI I.. U. . III. ... nlnln.
.,;.!, J . i,,-t ii,.i-n iiiuvuo uiivi'iiiiiii
ly, Home recorillni; marked Kalnn,
while the lobiteeo itroup waa dlattnet
ly heavy. Tradlm wai relatively
llkht with nomu further aeUlPf fpr
forelKti account. , i ,
Honda were lrroKuUir ARenowea
urtlvlty nnd marked uilvarteen In cer
tiiln HpecliiltlnH, nolahly Can and leo-
ptfH hub impuricii n tieiier lono id inn
trudliiK after midday, hut thu market
rolupnei) iiKiiln when lurKO aolllnu; or
del-H nnneured.
Hill iMtien worn tho feat uro nfthn
lute nfternoon. their activity nnd
HLreiiKth helnK in inarked contract to
tile rent of the lint, which wus null
ami llentntliiK,
.Tha market cloned utood the low
eil prlcea worn made lo Iho final
hliur, when Union Paetfla (told u luitiit
ujider hint weeks close. Cluslns
pHcen:
Pall money,, itot, per cent. .
Prime paper, &HWC pr cent.
Kllvur, 64o.
Mexican dollarn, 40c.
Copper. $17.20 hid,
Tin. $r.0.l0fif,0.ltli.
I, end. $5.10 bid.
AnmlKamutcil, 91 U. '
iiiultumttlod, 91Vjc.
i
iiopera io.
(iiehintra
Ma rnh
iirehi-Mtra
Quartet!"
BiiKtir, 127.
AUhlNon. Iin, .
Orvat Northern, HI1.
New York Central,
Northern Pacific, nil),.
HeadliiK. 17Mi.
Southern Pacific. 112.
I'tilon Pacific. 171.
Steel, 7Hft.
Steel prd., UC.
Ultima City I.lvtwtiM-k.
Kannun City, Mo.. Oct. 7. Cattle
KecelpU- L'7,000, IncllldlnK 3.U0U
noiitheriiMi market nteady to lOn low
er. Native wteern, G.7r W lO.'JO;
noulhern Mieurn. ttD t! 00; aouthern
I'own and lielfi-rn. 13.511(1.26; niitlvu
ei.WH and hellern, $3.26(1 8.00; ntock
im and fredern, M.t0i 7.JID; bulla,
f 1.0011 ri.aO; (.'(liven, IC.00C09.CO;
wiMterti nteem, I&.C0 IfH. CO; venlern
town. H Ml'it C.2C.
Mokm HecelptM, R.OOO; market
ntrouu to Tie hiKher. Hulk of nulvu,
H.0(U 8 90; heilvy, H.70i9.00i
puekern und butcher. $H.(i0 ft 9.00;
light. 18.004). K. !)0; pi km. $0.00 ft 7. 20.
Hheep Hecelpln, -tft.000; market.
nteady to weak muttona, $3,003.75;
lainbH, $ri.2fi r,.r,0; ranKU wethern
nnd yeurlliiKM, $3.20 4. 00; runuu ewea
$2.00 3.70.
Chlcaco Hoard of Trade
I'tilciiKo, Oct. 7 Wheat prlcea wcro
pulled down today hy lurKO recelpln
nnrlhweat. The nrrlvula there wero
SO per cent In excena of both laat
week und n year uko. The opening
wan Ue to o off. December started
at 00ii)'Jli the name chanKe front
Hatnrday nltcht na thu market taken
ni...,,,!.,, -
" "''' tr'
lOWeil,
iieciiuo to sown roi
The clone wnn nleady nt 91 Uc for
Decern In r, tho -niiiu ua Kuturduy
IllKllt.
' Hlowneaa or Jc)mund cauned corn to
naif,' December 'opened unchanged to
He-lower. at 03 H to 63c und drop
peit to caouc
The chine wan nteady with Decem
ber C8Vi et lonn of He
Outn weakened with other cereal.
December opened a nhndq lo
down at 32 to 32 He, hut eeemed dla
laixed to Iteeti wfthlp that ranpe.
Strength at tho yanla carried pro
vlnlonn higher. Flrat nales wero a
nhailo to lOo tip with Januury at
$18.30 for nork: S10.97H for lard
nnd $10.80 for rlbn. , '
Vhet October, 87os Decenby,
01 Mo,
Corn October, 6ic, December,
C3Uo.
Oiitn pecemher, 32 Ho; May,
ii Ho. ' i
Pork October, 17.00.
Ijird October, 11.67.
Hlbi October, 110.03.
o Wool.
tft.I.Kuln, Oct? 7. Wo6l Steady.
Territory and wcitern mtdiuma, 319
Albuquerque's
( Visitors
This store takes great pleasure
at this time in extending a cor
dial welcome to all the State
Fair visitors.
We invite them to make this
store their headquarters, to
ask for information, make use
of the spacious rest rooms, tel
ephone service, etc.
"We have over tin acre of
floor space witli every modern
convenience for making peo
ple comfortable, nnd courteous
salespeople who will take care
of every rquirenicnt.
Any accommodation will be
a pleasure on our part and we
sincerely hope for the acquain
tance of all.
20e; flno iiiedlimiH, 180 20c; fine, 13
(4 i
Chli'iiKii IiUentock.
ChleaKO, net. 7. -I'nltle -HecelptH,
.-i. nun; iii.irK. i mow Ketmrully nleady
neeven. $.1.0011.00; Tcxuh nteem,
li.oo; wenlern ntuvrn, $0.7riffr
S.'JO; Mtoekern and feedem, il.lOiil1
7.70; eow m und helfurn, $2.80i 8.00;
ealMn, $s. iiii 10.75,
Hokm - KeeeiptH 27.000; market
nieaii to rn- higher: light. $8.60 to
J. .10; mixed. $8.Cffi9.35; heavy. 8.-lC
9 3i; lough. $H.tr(; 8.70; plgn,
n-".rii nuiK or nalen, H.i0Ti
9.10.
MmepitecclptH. (13,000; mixed,
Meaoy lo Hie lower; native, $3.20 If
$t.20; wiMicrn, $4.40ftt.76; yeurllngH,
$4.2.riH; 0.53.1; lambn, nntlve, $i.501
.75; wentern, $4.750 0.90,
SANTA FE COPPER.
(Quotation furnbmeer vy hoean &
Bryan, 2 Hoard or Trade, Chicago.)
Honton Mnaa., Dot. 7. One hundred
ahuroi of Hunlu Ku gold and copper
wore nolil toduy at 3 38. Tho mar
ket closed ut 3 3-81j3H,
Hi. IaiuIh Hix'Ucr.
Ht. Louln. Mo., Oct. 7. Lead
Quiet, $4.9Cf5.00; Hpclter, quiet,
745.
LETARTE AND NELSON
WIN ENDURANCE RACE
Maintaining a gruelling pare that
gave them a good lead over all othor
competitors thn Nolnon.J.o Turtc team
won the jlfteoh-hour endurance race
which ntarlcd in the .katlng rink
Saturday night nt 11 o'clock und mi.
I od Sunday afternoon nt 2, Tho ro
nuns or ino race, follow:
Nelson, eighty. four mllca and fir
toon laps; Lcturto, elohty-two miles,
Hbc laps; Harvey, elghly-two miles.
lUteen lapa; More) eighty-two miles;
.Vfhltealdvn, alxty.threa miles, eight
laps; Klein, sixty-one miles, two laps.
The Nel-.on.Lo Tarlo team rnudo a to
tal or 4,387 lups; the Morelll-ltarvey
team, a toal of 4.S79 laps, and tho
Kleln-Whltesldcs comtilnntloh totalled
3.824 laps. Tho laps avoraged 20 to
tha mile.
Several of the boys wero hurt dur
ing the race, Arthur Klein sustained
a fractured arm lu a fall yesterday
morning and his partner, Whiteside,
waa forced to drop out of the con
tost. Thoro were mUny npllls during
tits contest and a number of minor
uocldents. Conslderuhlo Inteerst waa
displayed In tha progress and final re.
slt of tho race.
Col for rent. Albert I'aber, car
peta ami furniture, 308 West Central,
Here Ih it woman who npeakn frori
personul knowledge and lopg ex
perience, vlt, .Mrn. P. M. Hr.iKan, of
Wllnop, Pa., who miyn; 'I know I rum
experience that Chamberlaln'H Couch
Ilemedy in far nuperlor to any other.
Kor croup there Ih nothing that ex
eeln It." l'or nule hy all drugglhtn.
Adv.
We'll throw you nomethlng good
from our iluut In the parude Tliurn
day. Powell Drug company.
ROOMS, ROOMS, ROOMS.
I.otn of rooms have been tlmeii nt
the Information bureau. New Mi. '.Icu
Igar company, 113 Central avem,,
People denlrlng riiiiiim will bo taken
rare of by applying at the above mi ll
Honed place.
When you huvo u bud cold you
want the bent medicine obtainable no
un to cure It with an Utile delay us
ponnlble. Here In n driigglnt'n opin
ion: "X have nohl Chuinberlaln'ii
Cough Itemcdy for fifteen yeurn.
nuyn Ktion Lnllur of Saratoga, lnd
'and connldor It the bent on tho mm
ket." Kur sale by all druggists. adv.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
I' oil HAM. A Stiidubuker mounifaln
aprlng wagon In Al condition. May
oVw" ,ftt,., rnnk'B hluckamilh nhop,
207 West Copper uvenuu.
Home Cooking
Short Orders
DINNER FROM
210 WEST GOLD AVE.
Phone (309. '
35c
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