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MKZXCAJf AND INDIAN
CURIO
Wrfght'a Tmdi. Post, Cor. Third rb tiold
l"tW
IB
fay qpeningT
IN PAST YEAR
in city
Az( Fuel Co!
Gallic
Swastika
All kinds of Wood
phono 55!.
FOREST OFFICIALS
DISCUSS SALES
Of TIMBER
Assistant Forester W. B. Gree
ley in Albuquerque Confer
ring With District Men ; Mc-
Gaffey Sale Is Passed on.
A o.Mfirofi'' of Jon-M xervlcc Of
ficial. N'llltllO (O timber Null'K, wnw
IhIiI in tin' dlxtrl't furextry head-
((Unrtera III Alhuiucriiic I (Kill V, be
ing attended hv W H. Urecley, naxlxt
iint for ft-r In chaw xllvleulture,
lit Wfixhlrigton, anil loml dlxtrlrt of
IIcIiiIh Mr. Oreeley, IHMrlrt I'on-xt-f-r
A C niDKliini) ni1 AxxNtunt Uln
trlct I'nrextcr A. H. Iti-i VctuiKlo ie
turned toiliiy from u trip to the Co
ronlno fnrext. near KhiKHtnrr. Ailx,
ii ml a u lnn'('tUni of tlx- tlli llmlir
tract on Oi old I'nrl WliiKittit mili
tary n n nation, no J ij Mcvcrul month
ago to A H. Mclluffcv of UiIm i-lly.
Tin- MtMaffey company hitx "reeled n
nnil mi umpoctiou of the IiIk timber
nnd operation on un extcnMve H-nte
wilt noon begin.
New PlrtureN I'tmllnie nnd Crynliil.
lllve. tuxeimt, Itih or unit rheum
rU you erny. t'mi't bear the loiieh
of your (lothlnu. rioiiii K Ointment l
lino for kI:Iii Itehinx All itriiKitlKtH
eell It, iOe u hox.Adv.
101 1UKO.V IVitlnrr, "Tim Iteekoii.
Ififf," llnrfn Oriilteiini lonlulil (NI,V.
"Mary In HtiiKclund," third edition
of utory, "What Happened to Atnry."
-CryKtnl IoiiIkIii mid tomorrow,
New I'letureH Pitntlme nnd Crynlul.
Trlmbl6, IJvry: 111 N. Rnoond L
The New Things
IN
EARL &
WILSON
Shirts
ARE NOW ON DISPLAY;
WHITE PIQ.UE IS THE LAT
EST FAD IN NEW YORK.
New patterns in busi
ness shirts jy express
direct from Chicago
E, & W prices aro
$11.75 to $3.00.
HAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY
FILLED.
r
9
Full Dress
r 1
MI'S CLUB TO
lip m
TOMORROW
Annual Art Sale at 205 Cen
tral Avenue Promises to Bc'.ED OF ENLARGED
Social Event and Financial
Success,
Tim (iiinu.il ii:riii iiti'l nrt
Ik- Wriiiijiri'ft duii villi Im-kIii
row afternoon hi Went
avenue, mid JudxUiK from the
"lloilH tllllllc ll till IllOll'X it
en I it of
prepur
will be
the
Krcatcxt hi'-Iiii iil flnmiclnl mic-
ucm ever xcoied li ill" club. Then'
will be placed '.n xne fancy. Huff ill
mid orimrn'-iii il ..reiix of every dc-
IHTllllOII, KOO'I I III UK to etit of tin1
homc-miide .. r i . -t . cuinii'liillj milled,
to Him Tlmtik-Ki Iiik Ki'iiMiili, ii ml iupe-
dully notiilile will be the eollerllOII
of hmid-iiHiiiteil ftil mi. tli Ih depiiit-
inent belliK ulidn the diletloli of
Mr. It. I. Wootton. Ten Mill bo
ne-ved nil ilUMMK Ihe nflerilooli by
Mrn. Alfred !i mmffli mid n ihimher
of other lit (I ii H 'I lie i olIlllllllci-H who
have worked together to make the
bazur a mi' i end are im fultuWK'
Home I'ookni li.iirinnu, Mm. V.
W. Htrontc, unfitted .Mi'tdmneH IJ.
UtlMxell KilK.ir i: it. I mrilitil , ('. K.
Lowlier, W. V .Mi i b llnn.
Knney Work Mik. V K. Mllehell,
ehulrmau, ulth Mi h.Iiiiii' M lleriuird
Itoiley mill J. i' Hub)! ilK'- uh iiHlt
ant meiuherx,
AproiiH In rhaiKi ' Sirs. Kred
Kent, iiHMlHied hi .Mi". vootioii nnd
Miri. II. II. Un.
ardy - C'hairmiiM. Mr Harry
Hlroiiti, it kmIhI b At, kiI.iih.-h I'owiier,
II. I'onner mnl Mum liiitrmle Tref-
l llil I k
OOZE IS SPILLED
F
Thirteen Cars Loaded With
Merchanise and Liquid Re
freshment, Strewn Over tho
Right of Way When De
railmcnt Happens.
For uie lirit nine in more I tin ii u
yeur. tltu cmhIIhiiiihI and wenibotiud
Hjinlil le llinlled ItulliH lin t In Alliu
iieriiie yettlerday. Tr.tln 4 from the
weMi arrived on lime at ' l.'i- lelaeil
by a fritlKlit v l'ee) lit French, elixl oT
Lmi Vi'KiiK. the wenlbntiuil limited, o.
.1, did not tench heie until t'M, In.,
illlniltei hefote N'o. 4 depurted.
The delay to Hut went bound lim
ited enteriln uiim (.timed by the de
railment of a reil ball frelcht train (it
II: K. o'cloi k Tuexilay iiIkIiI ii mile
lillil a half of lreneh. The wreck
vfnn cittiHed le, a hroken rail mnl if
one "iih Injun d Thirteen earn load
ed with Ii I k ' ' Iiikh iiiercliiinillKn mnl
beer Acre nattered over the rlitht !
waj .
Ncu I'Ii iiik h l'liNlluie mid 'rMal
LPHUS
TRAVEL
WEST
.
rryiUg
Special Train C a
Wealthy Brewer Passes
Through Albuquerque at an
Early Hour This Morning.
TravelltiK In a palatial Hpeclnt 'train,
imnpnxed of huKKaii car, dlnlnir tar,
I'ullmitii xlaeper mid" III hundomo
prlvute cur "AdulpHun," Adolphu
ltunoh, mllllonnlre lirower ot HI. Iiuli,
pitHod through Albuquoniu at 0:1"
o'clock, tills mornhiir, en rbute to Pan
ftdQiio, CaL, wlirrti ho ha a mnmilil
cent winter home. Mr. Muxoh In iic
conipniiled wt by tluv nieniher of
III family nnd it tiiiniiier tif Intimate
frlendi. The vpet'lal In due to arrlvn
III pndenii at 1 1 o'. locU tomurrow
iiiornliiK. Tho iraiu lift Kiiiihim City
lit 5 o'elnek M'Nlenlat innriililic. nnil
tnj i lied here hut Ion mlnuti'M, Jirnt
IllllR tdlUIIKh lo t nallKe ellKltlex for the
run to wiimlow.
Tliu entire Hip from Kunmia Clt'
to Puaiidenu U belnit inmle via tile
Kan la Fo rallrnail. A Mpeclitl ncbed
ule win nrrnnired for hort buttnat
fast ride, the train belnic on th nov
toinlnwouiily, innklnK hlKh npetd un
neceuiiry. MMty In Btmceliind,"r third rfdUlorf
of tory, "Whut Happened to Mary."
Cryxtnl tonlnht nnd tomorrow.
HE
RENCH
ADD
s
All Buildings Crowded and 110
Pupils Are Studying in
Rented Space in Public Ii
brary.
ACCOMODATIONS URGENT
That the filictiilnnce In the ny
-Ttiouia nua increoxed 107 thlx year
over laat year and tho rate of In
crenxe been gaining year nfter
year la pointed nut by John Milne,
(iilty atiperlntendont of achonlx. In
; connection with the propnaed bond
' iHHtie for the building of it new bulld
I InK to accommodate the high xchnol
eluxxex nnd tippi-r grndca mid relieve
tin- present overcrowding In the ward
fi ! Thnl i. new Kchool blllldlllR
ol Hume l r.l 'ii uli-i'liilnl v neeun-
miry nexi .m.ii the chum made
nnd backed up by flffiiren on the
preKeiil hi. iliiiiiodAlloim and the
inoiH-y IioIiik niit for extra xpuee,
hih Ii un Unit on the Heeond floor of
the public injury biilblliiK, rrnted
for Ihi' u-e of 110 iiuplN. Hlxty-flve
tilllb n pupllx have been exeliideil
limn ihe ci IiooIh IIiIh year for lack
or room. Tin' rollowlliK tuble nhoiVM
lite liiereaie in enrollment in the
vnrloiiH untilii diirltiK (ho lam year:
Number I'uplls October, Hill.
Klrnt Wail' OC
Heeond Ward . .320
Third Ward .108
I'ourlh Ward 4711
KlKlitli rtrnl- Ill
lllKli Sihi.'.l -. 1S3
Total
1.773
NiiiiiImt I'uplm October. I II 1 2.
Hrnt Ward 33
Heeoml Ward 31 7
Third WhiiI i!2
fourth U.ipI '.01
ictKTtt it iit.,ii.. no
HlKh Hi I I 214
T..I.. I
(Jam
I UI0
MEETING AT
METHODIST
Speaker Tonight in Home Mis
sion Week Scries Will Be
Rev. J. H. Messer With Rev.
H. P. Williams in Charge
TolllKht the ineellliKH ill oiixer mice
of llollle llllHNloll Uel(, belli l I III!
wiriiiiiH churcheM of ihe ciiv i.iK'ther.
mil he irmmfcri'eii rrmti Hie I'oiiKre
Miitloiinl church to Ihe I. -nil menu.
MithoillHt church. The Hpeuker
Ihe evetllllK Will be llev. .1 II. Mcxtcl,
miper'llllillilelll of mlHMnn urk r.i
lite MetllOilIxt i llllrcll, Miuth, null
llev. Ilermiill I'. Wllllmin-. imIhi of
Die Hold mid llnwiihfiiv ihur h of
rtlllxl, III ehlll'Ke of the Hervlccn The
Itolr of tin1 llaptlNi chinch will uii
nlhh the mimic. ' Anicrli ii'h HiciiIchI
1'rubleiii" wun uhitt llev. J. II. Ileald
termed Ihe ImuilKrmit prohletii in u
inanlerly iiiIiIicmh nit thai mlhjcil ii'
the llieetiliK HI the I 'tmrcKatiolllll
i Imrch limt ulKht. The xpeaker wuii
'lillllllxllc aboill Ihe MUcceKuful nrtNlm-
i.i t ton of ihe hordi'M of foreimicrt
til 1 1 iik mi our hhorcx mid bellevotl
i tint the American xoheme of luverti-
mi nt, the public xehoulx mnl this xcp-
iiratloit of church mid xlitio were the
bent HiifcKimiiU nitalnxt hiirm (o Hi
country from ihuxtt iinininriuitH.
The Dual xervlce of the week will
be held tomorrow nlxht at the Lead
avenue MethodlKt church. Tlnm
xurvlcea hnve been well attetidei, mi l
llllixt IllterextlliK, heKllinlllK each I'S.n
ItljC lit 7:30.
IS
Toppenish. Nursery Represen
tative Suggests Scheme for
Beautifying Saynolds Park;
Other Flans Eipeotcd
Mr. It. Lee Auron, tho reprexeiita
llve In thla city of the celebrated Tp
ponlah nurxury of WnxhliiKtoii. hux
prepared mid xubinlttcil to Un park
boord an elaborate plauiliiK plan or
Haynold park. ThIK will be coinild
efed When tlm llnal pbuiN i-r the
park are adopted, It uppemx prnU
able that other plum u ill he pnnumt
ed and from them one will be xeluet-
- . ....
no. or jirepureu wnnii u.n ciimmuiiii
JtfOlf when council mil iu ull,
SOCIAL HOP AT THE
WOMAN'S CLUB MONDAY
The Itectur'N Aid xoelety ot tho Rf,
John' Kplxeupul t hurcliiHIH entor
laln at it aoclul hop to, lie liiveh In
the Wninmi' cuh Monday,:, vohlns, ',
ihtf muwlc to Inytln. t.fVi!lcwiU, Thoj
iop will be Infdrrtini anu TH wKo ,wlh 1
to nttend aro InyHod. .'
UNION
OHURGH
PLANTING
PLAN
SUBMITTED
On Saturday our immense Toy Section will be open
folks, both large and small.
Everyone is cordially invited to come here to see the
derful dolls, the beautiful doll houses, the mechanical toys, the
red wagons, myriads of games and countless other things that
will be distributed to good boys and girls by Santa Claus on his
final round on Christmas eve. And by the way, Santa Claus
will actually arrive right here in this store (by special arrangement)
Saturday afternoon at 4 ovclock.
We have prepared a special treat for all the boys and girls
of Albuquerque, who if they come here at 4 o'clock on Satur
day afternoon can see Santa on his journey clear from the North
Pole to Earth.
We are not going to say anything more about this now, only
be here and see Santa.
TOY SECTION, THIRD FLOOR
i iinniMf I siwi nrirrr.il. I 17
The Markets
WALL STREET
fly Iaartl Wlrr in Ktrolns llrrald
New York. Not. .1 movement
of more breailtb ,iinl -tiellKth than
linn been wliiiewteti 111 nevuru'l tlayit
elevated prlccx ol xio Wh ilurliiK the
nifirnliiK H'.idliiK. ' liiihu need by the
hlKher raiiiie of Ameiti.inM In lnndon,
piiceH iokii rrncioii,ii! ii the oiitxct.
Iltillixh opcratloux win- axxiated hy
thti uiiexpecled anuiuio. emeilt, of n
Kohl 1 iintiKemcnt anil .. i.irxe number
of Inhiich were .iih.iiunl i,v a mibktun
tinl amount. Ilaliluiiiii- and Ohio
m 11 lie 11 helmed rexpuiiHe lo ItH KOOlli
ctober report ami . ",rH roxe on 11
'ontlnuatloii of rorelHn iiemitnd. An
nouncement of a Kohl enacnnnt
found no lmtiietllat lexpoime In tho
money market, ('all ln.wix. In fact,
opened 11 ehade hlKtier thuri yexler
duy at 5 3-4 iter h ih ui.i xoon went
to d per cent.
SllortH fun ml II 111 1 1 1 , amount or
atock available ami h.ui to ralxo their
bldtt Hteadlly to set mock to retlro
contractu. Proven d vnlend pnylnK
rnllroud Ikhuih were abnorbed xlendlly,
with un InureiuliiK ini'.iiry uIho for
vurlouH Mpcclitttlen.
l'rollt taklnu by earl buyer and
xiilea by upeculntlve Inter. .hi who rea
xoiied that the extent nr the uilvnnce
juxtllK'd xomo rtiitciiiin cutined tho
market to f nil buck in uiid-uftorntiun.
Ilecexalona uveriiKed about half a
point but were tmt intruded by any
ahow of activity.
Tho market cloned xtrong. ,Tho
moat Imprexxlve niovi-tnent of tho.iluy
occUrrcd In tho final hour, when buy-
Ine ordera flowed into tin, murkut for
ull tho Important xin. im nnd tbo
whole Hit attained top ilKitrea. . Klnul
jprlcca ahowed Kulna of 1 lo 3 polntx
in practionny everj tiling dcuil, in.
Cloalnn prlcea:
AmulCHinuted, 80.
. guitar, iz:.
Atchlaon, 10K U.
Great Northern 139'i.
New York Central, M4.$i.
Northern Pacific, I2r.,
f
Jlcndlntf. 178
Houtherii Poelfle, 112,
i'nlon Pacini;, 173. 1
Hteel teu. 1 k
.f u
SATURDAY,. NOV.
l.r.
( otlon (liiuluc Itcport,
W'.ixiiiiiiit Nov. 21 -1'iii'nn Kin-
DIliK ihilliiK Hi,, nrili period of tlm
M'UMoii, ft "in Nov ember I lo Hth wax
mole .i. tiie thlx year than It wax dur
Iiik t'ie ret'oriV crop year of 1KI1 by'
nbout r.,(no IhiIch per worklnK dny,
lint cenxiiH bureau' report today
xhow ed.
Tim total liliiuliiK for the period
wnx l,422.2Hil iialex, compared with
l,:il2,:l.'ll balt-M laxt year. From the
bei;lnnlUK of the xenxnti lo November,
14 the quantity Klnin-d wax Ht,2UI,43l
balt'H compitreil with I I ,n 1 3,231! Ijnterf
laxt year.
The iivccikc KlnnltiK per wnrklnir
day wax I2!i,2:il haleH compnred with
lJ2,:':m li.tlex dtirliiK the xame xeaxoit
laxt icitr.
An exllmale of thlx yenr'x cnlton
crop will be Ixxueil by the department
of mtrleulluro December 12 at 2 p. m.
ninnlliK by xtatex Alabama, 'JO I,.
37S; Arkanxax, fi4r.,988: Klorldn, 42,
IT. 1 ; OeorKla. 1.331. Ill: Lnulxlnna.
300.81 1. Mlxxlxxlppl, 1544,11:,; Nortl
Onrnlliia. 027,114.: Oklahoma, 722,312;
.Mouth Carolina, XX2.97I1; Tenneaxee,
18.052. Texax, I,0I!I,3I7. AM ntherx.
r,r.,52.
Men Ixland kIiiiiIiirh by xtntex Flor
ida, 14.912. OeorKla, 23.h22: South
Carolina, 2.547.
ClH( Uo Hoard or Trrnle.
ChlcitKo, Nov. 21 Metier weather
In Argentina xwiing tho wheat inurket
today to the bear aide. There wert
alrcna alio unit world xhlpmontx would,
bo large. Need or rain for tho win
ter crop aouthweit hnd a HteadytnR ef
fect. The opening wan 1-4 4lr 3-Ho to
3-4o lower. May ntnrted at 83 3-4 to
90 1-8C, a drop or !-43-8e to T,.tU
34a and rallied to 00 1-8 90 l-4e. The
t!oiM wiim norvoua with May l-8e net
lower ut n 1-4 f fiO j.Ro.
May corn opened l-8o to l-4c off at
47 3-Sc to 47 14c nnd then rose to
47 3-4e. The eloao wax atcady with
May off a ahado at 47V4 047 5-8c.
May oata which started a ahado to
l-8c down lit 32 S-8c to 32 3-832V4c,
recovered to 32V4c
Weaknesa at the yard droARed pro.
vlolorui lower. Flrat aalea varied from
HJHo drcllno to ic advance With)
January 810.40 to 819.4S for pork;
JV10.85. to 810,60 for lard nnd 810.35
fur rib', Closing prlcea:
WheatDec, 84 n-8c; Mny, 00 1-4 ft
0 3-8): July, 87 S-80,
CortlUw-i 47 7-loj Moy, 47HO
48 3-Hc.
3D 7-8c;
oatx Hec,
32 l-4e; July.
Mc.h pork.
Mny. 32 1 -8 fii
32 18c.
per bbl. Jan.,
1 1 9.37 'a
II 19.40.; Ma, 18.r.7',4.
Ijtrd, per 100 Ibx. Nov., tll.27'4
W 1 1.30: Dee., tll.12'4; Jan., J10.K2
H ! May. $10.27
Short rlbx. per 100 Ibx. Jan.,
$lo.32'3. Mi., $9.!ir.
New YolU Cotton.
New York, Nov. 21. Cotton upot
cloxeil Mleat; mlddlltiK iiplatida,
$12.:.:,; middling gulf, $ 1 2. SO; mm I en,
l,2no biilex.
St. IouIh SViniI,
St. I.oulx, Nov. 21. Wool Htendy:
territory and wexlern medlumx, 21 e
2c: hue medlumx, lfift?nc; line, I3!
17c.
KniiMiK City l,lvet(K'lt,
KanxaH City, Mo., Nov. 21. Cuttle
Hecelplx 6.000. lucltidlnK C0 aouth
itiih; market uteitdy to ntrotiKi native
Meerx. $ft,5ti7 10.85; auuthern ateerx.
$4.2:.T 7.2.1; aoiitlieru cowa nnd helf
era, $.ri.0r, WC.O0; native cowa and helf
era, $3.C5Jf .2C: atockcra and feed
erii $4.75n.r0; bulla, $4.0006,00;
cnlvea, $5.r,0fl u 2r; western ateerx,
$ 5.00 fi 9.00: weatern cowa, $ 3 . 7 r,
0.71,
lloK Ilecelpla 12,000; market
ateudy to weak; bulk of aulea, t'.iliit
7.80; heavy, $7.7&j7U0; pnekera and
butnherx, 7.Q04Fi 7.Rr; llr it, $7.r.0ft
7.r0; plgH, $C.2r,47.00.
Hheeir Heeelpta fi.OOO; market
ateudy; miittona, $3,7riiCuO0; larnha,
$0.00 fjf7.no; rungo wuthera and yeur
llnga. $4.00410.00; rungo ewea, "$3.00
4.&0.
Kt. ItuLs B)eller.
Bt. Loula, Mt., Nov. 21. Tead
ateudy, $4.60; Rpeltcr ilrmer, $7.36.
'.-He: July.
nilraRo IJvextoi'k.
Chicago. Nov. 21.Cattle Ilecelpla
8,000; market alow, generally ateady;
iMiAvea, $0.20010.00; Texua cteora,
$4,300.00; weatern ateera, $6,400
8.10; atockera and feeder, t4.104i
7.101 cowa' and holfort, $2.7007.35;
calvco, $,B0flfl0.2B.
Hon nteelpts JO.onoj market
tow, wealt; light, $7.40O7.0s mixed,
$7.4507.80; heavy, 17.46 O 7.95;
rouoh, $7.4607.65; plga, $5.2607.36;
bulk of aalea. $7.7007.80.
Hhen-ttc4lpta 21,000 market
ateady J - netlve,- $3(4004,60; weatern,
$3.7004.60; yearling. $4.7605.90
4
23
to all
won-
I
nutlve
lamlix.
Inmbx, $ri.60i? 7.00;
$6.06 W 7. 46.
weatern
fialveMoti Coiton,
QalveHloii, Nov. 21. Cotton
chmiKfil, 12 lie.
un-
Tho .MelJllH.
New York. Nov. 21. Chopper easy;
xtandard xpot mid Novemour, $17.15.
bid; December utii) January, $ I7.ir.fi'
17.40: electrolytic, $17.024f I7.H7J
lake, $17.C24i I7.H7; cuatingN, $17.26
17.37.
Tin iluei but ateudy; xpot and No
vember, $49.41i 49.00; December;
$19 4 Mi 411.0:..
Lead weak, $4.45i 4.66; Hpeltur
Mtendy, 7.40f 7.00.
Antimony dull; Cookaon'a, $10,00,
lion Htendy, uiiuhiiiiKeil.
Moim7 Market,
New York. Nov. 21. Money on cull
firm 144-1 a per cent; ruling rale, ri
per cent; i-IdxIiir. hid 6Vj per cent, of
fered at :,M per cent. Time loniw
ateudy; alxty daya. C per cent; nlneiy
duya, r.- per cent; alx month, 0 ', Tr
6 Mi per cent. Cloxo:
I'rlme mercantile paper, 0 per cent.
Sterling exphtinge llrm, with actual
buxliifx In bnnkerx' hill at $4.490 fiir
alxty-day blllx and at $4.8496 for do
iiiand. Commercial blllx. $4.801,4.
nar allver. 024,c.
Mexican dollarx, ip.
novernment bondx aleaily.
Knllrond bnuda firm.
SANTA PE COPPER.
(Qunlatlnn furnlahed by Logan &
Hryan, 2 nonrd of Trade, Chlcajro.)
Iloaton, Muxa., Nov, 21. One hun
dred ond fifty xMnrea of R011I11 Fe cop.
per were aold today at 1 3-4,
CANDIES
For Speoial Occasions.
.Wo aro preparoil at our new
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