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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9, 1907.
RMERSIKT Piniiri n nun I I IIIML.I 1.1 IIIPIU I.IUI.U rLUilü m inTCDiriD in ni i! i in ii i ; IU III I bal HUI I F I ' dollar of American coin. Wc sold bank yesterday tl.250.U00 In cold which wa today dispatched to the bank's out of town correspondent. Without doubt the greater part of the gold Import are .iielrij: sent to the country bank, who are making their demand on t,he local Institutions for their balances." Figures compiled today by New Vork bank "how that hanking" ren ter throughout the (,'nited Htatiyt have drawn nearly twelve million dollar from thl city within he week. Of this mm over five million dollar a. sent through the sub-treasury. ' OMITIOS THK WtKlsT .NKAItlM. OltMI. t'hlrago, Nov. . The financial sit uation In Chicago and the northwest ,1 mainly a matter ot unblocking. That II to ay. trie ordinary facilities ror (commerce and the tranactlon of I Ffil TIMATF DFMANDC:5ll'",'k,n business have been curtailed! LuVJI I I tVIn I Ul llr II LO j t)v )h(, hortage of current money.! I lie hunkers are taxing step to re turn to the normal condition. They do II not consider It safe yet, however, to I ,i f-, , -f. i oegin ine payment oi current money InSlilUatlOn I fiat Iney arehencver demanded, and check on J iiim rieaviripf noune lur ihhii huiouiiis .are now In preparation to be ned as! current money. ' It I almost certain that these check will be Issued on Monday, and - several million dollar of them will IBr Morning Journal flneelal -,1 Hire.) j t hen be available. Hut meanwhile the New York, N'ov. I The leading 'ofter of the Imnks, anil the pockets of New York banks are PX),rt. I Individual have been somewhat re- plenlshed by the Importation of over tnemaeivea actively today to I f a.uOfl.OOv of gold, and the lepoita of meet the demands of their country 'the I'nlted Htate government In na rnrreimondenia ami .ier.n.ltor f,.e nir. Itlonal bank have been Increased aev- NEW'YORK MEETING ALL Metropolitan Financiers Resent WOULD K OWWHERE MR. GORTfJER GEISJFF HAS ATTORNEY GENERAL RIGHT TO DEFENT Not Doing Utmost to Help Out Country Correspondents Santa Fe Men Interested i Law Which Prohibits Te tonal Law Officer From ! fending Persons Char With Crimes. ( ftpeelwl Carrevpoadenre Homing lowtrwal Santa Fe, N. M., fío v. 8 Kanu V people are more or ! Interested in 1 a question which ha arisen here dur- renry. They declare that the sugges tion made from several western sources that they are not meeting e gitlmaJe demands for currency from the West are entirely unfounded, and that they are, on the contrary, taking every practicable measure to aid the West and rinuth. One of these large blinks. Kith several 4litiuand cor respondent, has depleted Its reserve by about a quarter during the last few weeks to supply currency where It tnoct needed, and has made large hlpincnie Jalvestnn, eral millions. Seemingly It Is iiuesttnn of a few weeks at the longest when money will be freely In circu lation. Hut meanwhile there must be con siderable hi rain. So far as Is known to person closely In touch with finan cial affairs in Chicago, there Is not a bank which may be considered In a weak condition, and the same Is mainly true throughout the northwest. Small banks which have no special l , oroiei-iion. may tun. out lucre is narrtiv more 01 mat sort or intuir now to bank in Kan Antonio, 1 " ""unary times. Memphis, Mobile, Atlanta I and other southern points. The coun- IHi.llisc I ICI-.I-.T si Ifl.XIr.W try bunks have been allowed to draw llnUn Ihnll- kaljll.ia. ... ....I.., ..1.1...' rTord In many rases hardly enough to meet the drafts sold In the ordln- t)K Tll.li; tOVIITIO. w York, Nov. 8. Hradstreefg to ma; the past few days, and which 114 been much discussed In collection with the part taken by Assistant Attorney General It. C. Oortref in defending , Klcardo Alarld. who was convicted yesterday of Jury fixing and seat 10 1 Jail for ninety day by Judge Mf r'l j An act of the legislature of 1 !,' amending section 262 of the compiled ' laws of 1897, lays down the following: , "If the solicitor general, ir any di- 1 trlct attorney shall consult with any accused defendant, or In any manner h has lice 12. N morrow will say: "líood itrogress has been made In ary course of business. They have accommodating the country to the brought paper for rediscount to t heir 1 changed financial condition, thl too. New York correspondents In large with strikingly little friction, consld moiints. and the principal difficulty jerlng the scarcity of currency and of the New York bank has come ! widespread substitution of credit In- froni cthe demand for currency to be!"trument for actual "cash. At 1 the shipped against the balance created by these rediscount. As the rediscount have been In the nature of an accom modation and have not brought a cent of currency to the discounting banks. they do not feel .fhtftlhey should be "ame time wholesale and Jobbing tradc'han quieted down very percepti bly, and the disposition In Industrial lines has been to curtail production wherever possible, the aim being -to avoid unnecessary or possibly burden- Is In fact a rather more optimistic tone prevailing this week than last, the outgrowth of the better feeling In the rant, the large arrivals of gold Írorn Kurope and the Idea that basic ondltions. both as regards the pur chasing power tef the people ami the "Usance of large stock are belter than In some preceding years of stress, "In two sections, the nor'hwest and "ottth, complaints are numerous that the absence of absolute cash has re tarded the movement of wheat and cotton to market; but the country wide issuance of clearing house cliecks In small denomination has eased the currency situation greatly, the domes tic exchange markets are much more settled, and the general acceptance of credit liixfruments Is expected to al low of necessary business being done pending the readjustment of the vol ume of business to the supply of cur rent capital. "Collections ure rather Mower but I there hits been a slight easing III the oremluiii of actual currency in tie east." INDICTMEN I FUR PERJURY IN SANTA FE TRUTBILL RETURNED AGAINST T, H. O'BRIEN called Upon to supply currency In large Some accumulation of stocks. There amount under existing conditions. The best possible Judgment I used In meeting these country demands for currency. II In not uui except In apeelul cases tn ship all that I asked for. hut a portion of what Is asked for, tanging around one-half. 1 usually shipped, the proportion varying no coning ttt the cash strength of the bank calling for additional currency or the supply demanded for legitimate put poses Special favor Is shown to the small Interior banks, where there Is no clearing house, because It Is re alised that they are not In u position to count upon co-operntlon and the use of clearing house certlllcales, as In the law of communities having a number of strong institutions. It is aoiullieil that the cotton movement 1 ectlousl) checked by the lack of small bills and silver to pay the small grow , er mid by the Inability of the south ern banks to handle the Immense vol ume ot business accumulating fit ui hern points. The grain shipment are In better shape, oh mix to the gold I secured by Hie banks of Minneapolis' Hid St. fu til nuil arrangement íor paying cash In New York 011 grain! num. I lie .New York bank feel bound to retain 11 certain proportion f re serve to guard against possible con tingency, because II, y fulfill In sub stance the function which Is fullllled In I-omlon by the Hank of Kngland and In I'arls by the Itank of France, sllie ultímale resource In emergency. The aid which Is being rendered to the situation Is Indícale. 1 by the fiict that the total engagements of gold have L low reached $40,0011.011(1. Thl gold will afford the basis of nearly $ :nil.0nii,ott In loan anil hUI mate rially usslst the New Vol k banks In their efforts to meet the pressure for currency throughout the country. The fact that practically Isii.Oaa. ol In iiirrency disappeared from th New York bank within 11 week, as indicated by the lust bank statement, I considered sufficient evidence that the New York bank are doing their bent in meet the demand upon them 11 I not possible to determine what proportion of this f ti. nun, hum went weM and what proportion rut Into hoaros In New York. It I estimated in some ouaricrs that about half of the amount was shipped to western banks, but other bankers put the pro portion somewhat lower, leaving the balance to tie ai counted for by hoard ing, i 1 me of t he measures lib h has been it subject ,,f scone consultation be- i tnccii Secretary Cottelyou and lead-j lug bankers here ha been the sale of I a block of raiiama construct Ion bonds.1 The manner In which tin- would bene. tit the market would tie by enabling 'V hoiitU to be used as a Inn for na tional bank note 1 initiation. The Mi ca ill of l.uni.r,n gold pool ing tolo New Yotk lias not been loilt e hete to meet local demands, but is eo(l M 1 In 1 to o of It died lo lit Vlt laws reOJllk except Meted es me genera', mine verlflet. tint. It general ...... L 1 ..I.I , U . . .I.,.....-.. . . ..... ..... .. I ' BlIICIll lllci llir Uririim: fl nil.V ri-iiMi . p accuseu 01 any crime or misocine.a nor , kin this territory, he shall be lined In I the sum of not Ies than $500, and ' shall be removed frem office by Judg ment of the court If convicted of the charge." It la advanced that Mr. fíortner I ! both assistant attorney general of the i territory, and In reality the attorney j general, inrougn ine continúen ao srncu of Judge Fall, and that lie is also district attorney for Santa Fe county. Mr. tlortner has conducted the de fense of Alarld from start to finish, on th Information charging contempt of couit througli Jury fixing, and lawyers here who have made a careful study of the law with Its amendments, say his action constitute a plain violation of the statute. The amenilment to the section of the compiled laws, and ; that section, follow: Chapter 0;l (I'agn 209, Acta. I (.-.). i ,n act to amend Sec. 25M2 of the ! , 1 I'm iiiv-ii l" tu imrf, III SJ1IIIC III j rt:url to solicitor gcni-ral ami ills. trlct ntlorncvi. f. It. No. 117; A p. proved March 16, KIO.V Contemn. Sec. 1. Section 25H2. Compiled Laws of 1S7. prohibiting solicitor general or district attorney from consultlff"? or defending person aci dised of. crime amended. iVnalty for cnnsultlirK or defending persons ac cused of crime. Provisions. He It enacted by the legislative assem bly of the territory of New' Mexico: cction 1. That section ?fi82 of the Compiled Ijiw of 1XK7, he amended so that the same would read 11 fol lo: If the solic itor general or any dis trict attorney shall consult with any accused defendant, or In any other manner shall aid the defense 'of any person ucfused of any crime or mis demeanor In this territory, he shall be fined In the sum of less than five h IITnlrcil ilotlnru r.lllll un.l ul..ll be removed from ifii. bv Judgment ce""cV teret In the land and the plan now adopted will reduce to .1 minimum ! such Item of expense. j The general land office I engaged 1 upon the work of revising; the forma of applications to make entry under the various public land laws and the consolidation into one form of the ap plication aod the necessary affidavits which are required to be exceuted byj arh cntryman, with the Idea of ae ur. j Ing a uniformity in this matter, as to stvie and -lixe of the forms and at the same time to reduce to a mini mum the number of papers to be ex ecuted by the applicant. l.'nder the new form but one nlgnaturc and Ju- rat wnl be r'qulrml In each case, while! u""4-rr some ot tío old forms as many such sigua "tie and oaths were vrv i. cíe s comnlete set of i - The no icirmi also pro-! 'he? mrittroi buf once of the of ttie !.i int. the name f t, en instead of as many, 7. In U.e old forms. This vio " thn amount of 1 wc! 1 lo-re will lie a sav Vir.i in iivr rrlNtter of iiiat and while such: i,-niimil one to each 1 i H it j. considered that. So .d of too 000 home- are rntuc In the. n . ', r!n will amount to t.i! ly a much as THE JAFFA GROCERY CO.! fer of Instruction Hie commissioner o';tee has relter I11 bunau In the ; Mitt. i of all nfflda- ; Itie mineral land local officers to ' ti uc h affidavit ' sp-cially pro- I t fcjiw w here the 1, order that the t d readily deter- i - Üie same was; proper land dis ! . the duty of the lo utrlitly adhere! e In tliis respect, and .-en uniformly followed , Good Tiling to Kt. .... OUR..... SATURDAY SPECIALTY IS VARIETY MONTEZUMA TRUST COMPANY v , ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO . Capital and. Surplus, $100,000.00 ... t , - . INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DÉPOSITS if WNGATE TROOPS; E'l ORDERED ROM Order RftstmpH nn N.ivain , ... ,- Reservation; Cavalrymen;? Will Escort Their Prisoners to Post Near Gaiiup. Mfirnlnff Journal Hpeclal Leased Wire.).' Wnfthliiirton. Nov. H. The com iiis-' sloner of Indian affair has consented lo a request from tho war depart- ment that the troops sent recently in tile Navajo reservation to arrest Chief ! Ilylillle and other unruly Indians, lie returned to their headquarters at j Fort Wlnfciite. This action n taken 1 upon reporta from he com 1111 ruler ofN the troops and the Indian i;ent that' the force I no longer needed on the reservation. They will take Hylilllei find the other prisoners with them to Fort Wlnsato. MARSHMALL0W CAKES CARAMEL CAKES MOCA CAKES PUFFER CAKES COOKIES IN VARIETY PATTY SHELLS CREAM PUFFS aad ECLAIRS . VEGETABLES - 'GREEN BEANS BRUSSELS SPROUTS ARTICHOKES FRESH LIMA BEANS F R U I T S j - APPLES ORANGES GRAPES BANANAS GROCERIES" BULK OLIVES PRESERVES SMOKED WHITE FISH SMOKED SALMON FRESH CODFISH And many others. Prominent Itallroiul .Man Iics. Huston, Nov. X. ('hurles A. Per kins, formerly bresiilent of the Chi leno Hurllntrtotf and (Jultn y railroad ml o irT of the If colina" railroad ;iu thorlt'ea, tiled at his homo In Went Wfftid. n nuburb, lute tonlnhl. Mr. I'er klns has been suffering from Hriht's I disease for several years, but he was I not confined to his bouse until re- WOMEN ADVISED TO HELP PERPETUATE RACE Defendant One of the Nineteen Individuals Named in Blanket Indictment Against Phelps-D-ide Company, oi me- renin ii fonvii-icii in me cfiirnc. . r-fp Provldeil. further, thru :a). solicitor UULLtut ifeneril or dislilct attorne y ur(. au thorized and should l. allowetl by the .lilfllttWcof the district court to ilcfeiid Ihelr rasca alrendv fin the docket of an Id court, on which appears on said dotket that snlil solicitor Reneral or district attorney were the attorneys of said asea prior to the nniinlntment I of hii Id solicitor Ren eral or district at torneys. Provided. Further, that where It appear In the record of the court that tile solicitor general or district attor ney was the attorney In some cases prior to the appointment of the said solicitor general or district attorney. In those cuses the court shall ap point a lawyer to prosecute In those Particular casen, 'allowing said lawyer the fee lililí I allowed to solicitor MTeneral or district attorney, and the solicitor general ur district attorney should be allowed to defend In those particular cases. Provided. Further that said solictor BCIllTHI or flMfrtit Ullcirn,.!' mi, a II bo allowed lo tke any case after he Is I P lu,e Anl" w " Urecn. "Father of unpointed solicitor general or district ir,'MUr N"w York," was given an In attorncy In which the territory or ''termínate sentence today of not less county Is Involved In the litigation In which the law comoels the solicitor Isiwlal llMtlrh la lb Morning J.mrssl 1 riarita Fe. N. M , Nov. 8. The I'nlted Ktales gtand Jury ri turned an I tncllc ; rnc nt thl afternoon charging iThciHiias II n'Hilen with perjury. Mr. Ili'ltrlen was tine the nineteen In itllvliliiHls Hicllc ted lust month by the H'nlti d Stifles Kistid tu y for conspira- lliilil-ltc.irlnic nuil ( hllil- il-lu Tln ir Mfist I in i x itl ii ii t liutv In i larc I'rci-ltlf in f llnriaril. lltMlon. Nov. H. The feature of to day's seaslon of the convention of the Association of Collegiate Mumnl was ?n address at the Hotel Somerset by resident Charle V. Kilo; cif Har vard university, who declared that women having satlslled their pride ami ambition to prove themselves the equal of rnn on professional and In tolleetuH I 'lines, should now as a chis, devote themselves to the greatest ser vice of women, the -4eurtng and tal.i-i Inif of children. I I The Jaffa Grocery Co. I Good Tliliiif to laU Mall Orders nilcd Same Dar as Rocrivcd. THE SUCCESS t i .t. mm n attahii In roDiItirtlnie him own alTufra I hat recora mrncl him tm oUsvr fwr m pmttion of trul. Xhtj Officer ac4 IMrrrinra t ItiU Hrink nre all ueniijful la tbriP Ikmrm, Thmt tm (be rrafKoa this Jtiunk bas beea uccwt fu! Atk mon bare If X ) STATE NATIONAL BANK OK AI.IIt'H'RHI2 I not a Kiife riare ta depfisit yur muDey. fitit iimi.eon oe. i-niiit, fio.oeo ixi FIRST NATIONAL BANK -ALBUQ'JEMQUE. NEW MEXICO- SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT ccM- -WITH AMPIJ3 MKAXS AND líNSClir.SSFI l'ACJUTIES The Bank of Commerce of Albuquerque Kilcnds to Itonoaitont Kverjr rrirser Ammtinoilaiion and Solicit Newt Accounts. Cupltol. $1. -.0,0110.00. Officers ami liirrt tortt! Solfimon Tona, I lreliletit; W. S. hlrlckler. Vk-e President ami Cnslik-r; W. J. Jolmson, Awisiant Cashier; William Mcintosh, Uuirgo Arnot, J. C. ISuldrldco. A M. JUack we". O. E. Cromwell. j the Intel national secretary treasurer from (1,800 to 12.000; the 1,1th to-iti-crease the burial benefits from $70 to 175: and the sixth to próvido for a pension of 14 a week to uecil super annuated members. All of these proponed amendments were discussed at the .last annual meeting at Hot Springs in August anif retoñad to the local union for a cote. Underwood Standard Typewriter The wondeiful speed attained by UNDERWOOD operators is not alone due to the freedom of action and ease of manipulation of the machine, The Visibility, Tabulation, and Dui ability help mightily to accelerate the speed of the UNDERWOOD operator, ' - , UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER COMPANY 1622 Welton Street DENVER, -' - - COLORADO Hórralo Strikers Vote to Slick. liullalo, Nov. . The Buffalo local of the Vmmerclu! Telegraphers' un ion voted axalnst u susiicnsion of the telegraphers' strike. Tcwis. fiiiuill Hank I alls In Houston, Texa. Nov. s. Vineyard, Walker & Co.. private hankers dolna liusiness at, Kaülo Ijfke. closed their doors this afternoon and filed a volun tary petition in bankruptcy In the fed eral court In Houston There Is no estimate of the deposits or other liar lailitles, but a schedule Is to tie tiled. ( rooked l:cculor Sentenced New York, Nov. 8. Lvmati 8. An- ! ndrews. former privnt.. sc. .iary to ' I DrOMDTIVF WORKS CUTS WORKMEN'S HOURS On presentation of this Coupon at the FITES ART STU DIO, 217 1-2 South Second Street (over Farr's Meat Market) he will make for you THIS WEEK ONLY, 6 Cabinet Photographs (regular $6.00 size) This is an opportunity you cannot afford to bring the Babies, as we make a specialty of Children's Photographs. Do Not Forget the Number, 217 1-2 South Second Street. for $1,00 miss, so I l.eina allowed to flow inriunh tin financial attcrlca uf the t till. .1 Stat. , to del i unci ill,, t'mted States in I he matter of coal lands In Man Juan county. Ilmlns- returned this Indict ment the grand jury adjourned un til o'clock tomorrow moruinit. ticiRe Mirle leaves fomorow morlr- IIIK tot I court at S.in Alt" Juiy Jiiifii count to c Mondav niot nina itii-. afterno jih nit iistv III he o.tlL-,., t ci mornlnu. hut It Is ili.il it will tei-oiiMiie ih lio-t !' llfMtcr In Sania IV. I.I I'iiso Imoitcrt srried ll Slf" on a spet lal tram. I nit and this evenuiK irme .1 t.f lCU't at the falaie hotel to1 l I he ImioIiii ns men ot Sunlit Ke. The I ilarae .liiiiiiE r loin H tilled with thel Ivifltors mot their in i Tin spec Im I !ttain left toniuht nt on the return ! vis Torrance om r the, ntisl road. and reiiee the need of rio u 1 1 in e ranil and tijher Imlustries aetoraily. tiniil t"in"ii liuporlet state that nearly ail of tin- ''ocd t.i.uiMifiuu whith his already i raí tied j 1 '" her,, will soon find It way to i-n rv I l i.uarler of it,e countrv. Nnrli t Ii - The n tin ii to) hn Peen shipped lo the Intel, lot Ilia merk. Hold h ki n shipped lion, hei, t t'liu nao In u h laia'- ii lm.u'll. M lillileistooil. Hi loirtl hslikllil l In les. that tile Insuallif of i r u i j 1 1 1 (t lank sMipt in t'lilxin po. ' In V llls not l,e lieees-ar. Ttie Kieat-sl part of Ihr I I 0UU 0 10 arru-!"1" olnit iK of. til,- strainer l.uiianU and .(."n'a Ke the f .' DUD IIIMl still to tome. III lie w ,.;,o,....s,Hy ship,..,. .,. ... .,u, of GRIFFITH CLOSES Never In trie hi-torv of New Votkl tdi no cs. acioid nit to aolcl Imponer.! I. . ili.-r,. 1,,-cfi, t,t nnii h money en-j fHei al.ioud f t.ut of town bank ,il prextit. 'Theie ni-e,l l- ti.i fmn." sslcl a I tmeml-rfr of one of the lr-.t (old un. i l. lililí IIiiik loiiKhi ilieir Willi ftton of (oic) ni.,,ri Ufause t. the in, rraU!g of th.- discount isiiv'ii f the Msnks ! K'.iiKsnl and Her-. 1. lnsr,i Tfiene III, res.ee in tile ftlicWftulit te f,.,. ee not llmilt f- the putpooe lie of st 'I'pllic c,;j ir on fomiiic this open The sltoui n now he here iot Ki ni tul or district altornev to prose cute fir defend as saltl solicitor (ten dal fir distilit attorney. Thls.-nt shall be In'ftill force and effect from and after Us paxsaae. Mee. 2'is;'. Compiled Ijt i,( XrW Mexico or 1 K9 7. afe "OH: "If the solicitor general or any dis trict altornev shall consult with nv ai ftised. dcfeml fir In aivv other man ner shall khl In the defense of any person accused of hiiv crime fir mls flemesnor In this territory, he shall be lined In the sum of not les than Pve hundred dollars and shall hi i moved from of the by the Jilclsirient or the court on sur'h convhtion and sentence." if NEW REGULATIONS IN LAND OFFICE CoiiimUslotifr I oriiHilnif Plan to l ake are of I m laiioctl IntcreM In I'alcotetl Ijinilv than three year ami nine months nor more than eight year and nine month, on the technical elm rue ff foiKery. Mr. tirin In fore his ile uh was ex fciltor of the estate of William H. I ig- ilen, former mayor of tTilcaKo. and Nc in k ( cutral anccls 1511 i IniihKs Willi ( lllMI)IV. Orilcr for llriMiks Duiikirk. X. V., Nov. 8. I!. Bliiiilnu -hour to i nine-hfiiir will also close after Mr. tireen'a death Arnli... he. I Monday 2.1111 men employed at the enme manacer of ImJi eítate An'Hi'ii'k locomotive wtirks, will be re- mannirer. Andrew was elm rued i n h ' ouccti irom a ten having annrotirUted Inra.. sum lo his!""rt 'y. The work o VI use. I on Sot urilny ufternoons. Notice to i .(tnts ettect WMI4- posted today. It Is' Irt.'itcd tint, the shortening of the hoairs j i wns causcfl by a lack uf orders. 'IYo PnAPI-l niriM TDIAI TDI D i Vork Central lines hav cancelled uunuu uiii.ii I Mint lllll inn order ff.i one iiupdr SELF-PROPELLED STEEL Hock 1-1 oil l.M-rliciitina Mih ns. .niícr Car r.,sfiifl ii savi Mucli fincj. I fine that tal pi. int. d and fifty en- be built at the lo- SAN MARCIAL BANKER TALKS PROSPERITY REPORT OF THE CONDITION The First National Bank AT ALBUQtTERQlTK, IN TUB TKRRITORT OF NEW MEXICO. TUB CliOSB OF BUSINKM AUGUST tj. Tt7l ' . IlinolUl I I lllllll W anhlngton. Nov. . Tne commls-j sh.ner of the general land office ha forrnu'atfkd a idan herein- i,nrto. , loivlne; some interest In lands patenta;" '"hstltute the ear for one of the tor which were issued years ago but reeular pessenger train on ihe branch "hl.h hue never been called tfr by'1""" t"r '''k or more for experi the patenlees. althounh sin h lands in i menial puroe. The claim I made e-i nr. o-iny insiames are ntremelv valuable ' " ,l WMI n,'l sav- tniÜAUtlV1C.N I JUNIUHI " "'tve paw.d bv ,..ne-.ance KB, i lo of over I J un a year s compared litre nii.ro.d k farms, or included In1"" cost uf, operating a elllca anil suh-dlvlded Into town l.iK ! live. ni.iy without Incurring the einense of (sen n hintf for lost duplicate receipts, lo f ui nlHtilrie atirai ts of title, have t'liksgo. Nov- . A self propeller steam passenacr coach, the first to be operated in the United Sute la to le put In serilce next week on branch of the Korl Island railroad I The car made a trial trio io.Ihv re.im ' ChlcaB'i to Joll.-t and r.-turn. speed' if from fortv to fifty-five miles an UWI Krtytes, "banker and buslnew. hour was maintained over a greater i m in of Sim .Marcial, was In the city pint of the route. It Is sail to bethe i Kt id.iv on busine. Mr. Broyles says Intention .if the Km k Iland officials , th it the recent Mnanclii. shuffle in M. Itro-ilca Sajs the shut tic In Wall Slnvi Isn't Worrying IVoiJc In Istucr 'ltio t.raiifle Valley. i mi ii l Stool f AwliciMf Willi III Mlllp'ft.. I , Wail Street has caused the people of hii district no concern whatever. Karmer. cattlemen and sheep grow er", he sas. are all prosperous and wlih plenty of money on hand and with conditions as good a they have í I PRINTERS VOTE FOR i. . i ii i i i, !' h Hi 'it il I h b 1 tne-l tt . no tu I he tul,- i ' will I lose fus. i ster with a msiine cM i v , i p. ,i.u r i k i lo n t to ir e a oil flout ol le e world. Their I- a t, --iocm of American .'I UK' I they ere paid f snd iir p., iroMit in ' ' I I' H II I.. 1 .. d. c Tit. I 111 by In f ten) P lct ll Itatent sent dlrecll- to the iron 's o li o im ,.r county officer for re frd. UHin f ' Tlfe treat (-how ing that they have deH.i.ited the nu.4K.no ni a i i necess ry tees for that purpose with mee this af-'hlf oftieer Ole' milenta I., K. fh,.rat. .un ine u-iisr . pr.-ut am io.lt.r delivered to the The engagement has l,e,.n a il.ol the fee i.e.fui foie. the andero.- in- Thl method will he the means of g In site with mill niaht l.f-t placing many of Ih.-ee iol.nl ln-lru- . lo .n..ll-t pul ni an . rito . I i.-nt of recoid and of straightening party w ho dep. OLD AGE PENSIONS locomo- , ever been and the isiple In the lower j valley Hat I y decline to bfome . ; ried mrr the trouble of the flnan inm Me that at the rate de lta are raminv in from sheeomf-n. night I.-t. ml nt c , ! ":. ciijt 4 hI d co'ninoilitiet, o i .- t-.n - (old -'..I II ' aClo.t lir d.lcied US. Tl ' we me Cut.rlO.g ! fee,,', i'oii i ii on. Ii loirotpsl11. i' ifot!e rg e I know Ih. Iccl ti- t'U-lall .OcpelCcI t"-aire had tl-fl in A net i, an il .u'.le ir lcoicli.,1 ir P lanlid. while I he .Id tl st g ift eteri i A cn-rtc in t won't a j.onli .f l.nfietid has many ii.o.i..n- ,if am ulirn to te. to t rie o ft unts lie had In. , Urn r ini.i. ,i. engage flit In a punch ing hiig laiut In whlih ' unci ol h A 'cic-u tod Tlielr elollie er.d míe h f " ir other apparel A htHe liin i hr i. id ihe -ntc,r crow d ttctture In lo..! I g. ene of I tishel tii.-n t limbing ii.i ln ,ver ll,.- isil n.t n,r hoti.. hi tl'cce. r. r,illMl to hie klleea. a' ing for l".ut It wa.'a streaming ethibitmn. fiiiftnh m i f oi nta m - are ifiaihaHl i.l It, iwaw.n ui. ol jout the title to the tints of land de icMrltied therein .w it bout Imposing any jeHTcenee UIon ilttei eitted p tie other than the cfomiy of nera fee for re-j jcortllng I I Where a t raí t of title have been j reiuirfd. which h.i been the ae In jmimeroiis Instance where I lie ftatents j w.-rsc Isacetr' ear ago and In the ma -'Ifnitv of whith ctM- tniiiv conven-. 'ancew hate t--n iiiade. If meant quite i nn cfxiM r,w to th, apple ant tf tur-, ,in!i "ii. It llanta, t nh,, wing their in l"iMtr Is. liar. a Weak tTn bled for Airifl Meinta-ra of Inlcroatltinal T) sKgraililcl I nlon. lndieiiiiM,h. Nov. -S'X ami nd metrtiB hae been made to the tonstttu lion of the Int. rnatlonat Trpographl imI union bv a referendum vott-. The refuiit from ihi vt.te have )ut Iceen sniAwil at the national bead-iuar- teta n this c!tl. Ttie first ancnilment proi lilt fwr reiiTouihing Jurisdiction e.er news piiptT wrriter-; the second to Increase th bond of Ihe secretary treasurer .fcm t:i to f : the tho in-rene the "alary of the Interna ,it.. treitlent from l.e to I: : 1 1 he fourth to lncrea" the .-lary of, 1 caitiemen and farmers, tnere ran ne n.. money -trlngency . in his part of i th- termor . STI 'Hl"vti SI'lt lll, JtAI.K. j; dos. freh Kansas egg J.".c t - 'rttnery butter ' lifot nia tomatoes lUc I t.fie ot ,.repared mustard. 1 bottle of catsup and 1 bottle of hill sauce -c S-iiit ing soap 5c Kegle Milk He i ran of s,rdines In iljyon- nal"e 'l!,r mna of ..voters. 1 ee I H pails of pure lard "t I os. of potato., ' ' mi: M ry, Wm. Klf Kr- ITwrt)ioior. BESOl'RA'Ea. lagans an1 iflacelint ' Ovarrtrafia, aaeured end unaseoreil United Plate hnntl to aeeur circulation m tlniled Stale bean to seciir tTniletl Htatas dipctita, m rrtmlHtnt en tinned Stalea bund a Bonds, Meiirtllea. ate 9 Hanking bouvs, furnlturol and fliture lhj from ttattonal tank (not raserva amenta) Due from elata sank and btnkttra ...aff Dtia from approved reserva agents Chec-ke and other eaah Hems , Ksehanre for clearing houaa , Noiaa of other national bank Fraetlonal paper currency, nickel and eaata laiwrul money raaerva In bank, vli: perla 1B1 I?l t Ilegal Under Botes et.tel .ademption rand wtth United aatal of eirrulatloal ... N Total ,1 4UI7 II t. ltl t . Ine. oe t . lt not t out U 174 . 10 . I "II H UI (I 111 III tl lt.ni. ( 17 III 14 !! i. iiT i: state treasurer (I per IIT.IIt II II.IM II LIABIIJIIKH. Tapitat lork paid la Kurplwe fund t'ndtvMed profits. etpenee and tale paid Natlcmal hank nolea ewtetandlng Inte to ather national hanks .. I tt" to alat bank and wankers Individual dep.oiita vuhjert te check Ttma eenlftratea of deptailt C'arllfled cheek Cashier's cheek ftuf standing ............... tinned gtatea dc-pnaita riepoatt of United Htatee dtahurstng otTlcere"!" Raascved for tasee Total .! M I7I l ..$ M o. a I.IK Tl .. s en let. lit Tl I'lHI II .. Mil iT 71 . 1.17I.IM .. 411 T4 . tl 4T 41 . II T1 IT 74 711 a M HI M .ll.ill.171 ltd Icofllef Correct A ttaat Terrilorv ef Kr Je!ro. Cndntv of rurnatllln. I. rrank MrKe.. esehler ef the above nmd hask. 4, aotamat. aar h.t Ih at, ... .t.t.ment la I rue to .h. irV! - ... .... - -" '- wm rttANK M'KSK, CwahJar. J. R T NOT.na " l w. rt.ofRvoT. B. at altLLJi.N. rvtraetora. in ttili d,v of Artruet, IHI ' SAatreU PTiTtARIV. Notary Paklla. paberneed lad t before iiliMMi JIM UN VI- tM LIT THIt III lo