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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1912.
THSEE STANDING OF THE CLUBS National League. Won. Lost. Tot. New York 15 4 ,7S9 Cincinnati 15 5 .750 Chlongo 11 10 .524 Boston 9 11 .4 50 Urooklyn . ........ 7 .4S8 Philadelphia 7 10 .412 Pittsburgh 7 11 .389 St. Louis G 16 .23 8 American League. Won. Lost. Pet. Chlcflgo . 17 5 .773 Hontoii . , .12 7 .832 Philadelphia . 9 8 .529 Washington 10 9 .526 Cleveland 8 9 .471 Detroit 9 13 .409 St. Louis 6 12 .333 Now York 4 12 .250 Western League. Won. Logt. Fet. Denver . .. 14 6 .700 St Joseph 13 7 .650 Omaha 10 7 .588 Topeka 10 3 0 .500 Sioux City 8 10 .444 Lincoln & 10 .444 Pes Moines 8 12 .400 Wlchitu . . 7 13 .350 WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY National I .ensue. Huston at St. Louis. Urooklyn at Cincinnati. New York at Chicago. Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. American League. Cleveland at Philadelphia. Chicago ut Washintfton. St. Louis at New York. Detroit ut Boston. Western League. Denver at Lincoln. Topeka at Wichita. Omuha at Sioux City. St. Joseph at Des Moines. AMERICAN LEAGUE Chicago, 7: Washington, 2, Washington, May 9. Chicago made it three straight. Both teams fielded poorly but the batting of tho visitors was timely. Score: R. H. E. Chicago 000 010 240 7 11 4 Washington ...000 002 000 2 6 4 Batteries Henz. Mogrldge and Block: E. Walker, Akers and Henry. Two-base hits Milan. Three-base hits Knight, Me Bride, Lord, Block. Struck out Benz, 3; Walker, 8; Mo gridge, .5; Akers, 2. Umpires Di neen and Perrlne. HNS M I " II All: 11 If III! flflllWbmfJII THAT MARK LEVY BE THE REFEREE Sentiment Crystallizing for Se lection of New Mexico Man to Officiate at FJynn-Johnson Battle, Boston, 7 j Detroit, 4. Boston, May 9. Boston won from Detroit. Cobb knocked a home run with a man on bun. He hit safely each of his four times at bat for two singles, one scratch, a double and a home run. Score: n. IL R. Boston 120 004 00 7 12 8 Detroit ..200 020 000 4 10 0 Batteries Hall, Bedlent and Carri- gan; Burns, Works and Stanage. Two- base hits Burns, Cobb, Delehanty, Hooper, Lewis. Three-baso hit Hall. Home run Cobb. Base on balls Hall, 2: Bedlent, 1; Burns, 2; Works, 1. Struck out Hall, 1; BadU-nt, 4; Works, 1. Umpires Evans and Kgan. ' Cleveland-Philadelphia, game post poned ; ruin. New York-St. Louis, r.o game; wet grounds. WESTERN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE Xcw York, 8; Kt. Louis 3. St. Louis, May 9. Mathewson pitched a steady game while Wood burn was wild and Ineffective, so St. Louis lost the fourth Btraight game to New York. Becker, Herzog and Mnth?wson featured with the bat. Tho visiters ran the bases to suit them selves. New York's lust run was scored without a hit, Becker walker, stole second and scored on Wingo's overthrow. Score: It. H. E. . Rt. Louis 002 010 0003 8 2 New York 024 000 101 8 11 0 Batteries Woodburn and Wlngo; Muthcwson and Meyers, Hartley. Two-base hits Herzog, Devore, El lis, Evans. Three-base hits Mathew son, Mowrey. Basa on balls Wood bum, 8; Mathewson, 1. Struck out Woodburn, 3; Mathewson, 3. Um pires Bigler and Finneran. Boston, 2; Chicago, 1. ' ' Ch'lcago, May 9. Pitcher Hess, of Boston, let Chicago down with one hit and the yisitors won the final gums of the series. Not a Chicagoan reached second base until the eighth. At this Juncture a base on balls, a double and an out, saved the locals from u shut-out. Score: n. II. E. Chicago 000 000 010 1 1 0 Boston 200 000 000 2 4 0 Batteries Smith and Archer; Hess snd Kling. Two-base hits Zlmmer-' man, McDonald. Base on balls Smith, 2; Hem, 2. Struck out Hess, 1; Smith, 2. Umpires Klem and Bush. Wichita, 7; Topeka, O. Wichita, May 9. Two scratch hits was all 'lopeka could make off Dur ham's delivery while Wichita hit both Fugate and Leak hurd. Kuln stopped the game in the seventh. Score: B. H. E. Wichita ....010 006 7 9 0 Topeka 000 000 0 0 2 2 Butteries Durhum and demons; Fugate and Leak, Chapman. Umpire KiBKiiue. Sentiment is fast crystallizing for the selection of a New Mexico man to referee the Flynn-Johnson ehumplon- ; ship buttle to be staged ut ljut Vegas i on July 4, and if It is to be a New Mexico muii, the funs of this city are determined that it shall be an Albu querque man. The followers of the fis tic game in this city are practically unanimous that Murk Levy bo chosen for this honor and a determined move ment Is on foot to convince Promoter Jack Curlcy, who last night arrived In Las Vegas, that such a selection would prove popular throughout the state. An InVltution for Curley to stop off In Albuquerque, when ho goes to the Pacific coast in a few days, will be extended him and at that time It Is proposed to put tho proposition of Levy'B selection ns referee up to him. It Is a well known fact that It is customary for the referee of any im portant contest to be chosen from the state in which the battle Is staged. In the Fourth of July championship con test the funs of the state are anxious that this rule be adhered to and that a man from New Mexico be selected us the official arbiter. . As director of the New Mexico Ath letic club, Mr. Levy has become well known among tho fans here and else where In the state. He Is thoroughly posted on the fine points of the box ing game and it is generally uckhowl- 1 edged that Promoter Curley and both j Flynn and Johnson could do a great deal worse than by selecting Levy to ' referee the big mutch. . Lincoln, 4; IK-nver, O. Lincoln, May 9. Lincoln triumphed over the league leuders In u pitcher's battle. The locals bunched hits in the first and sixih. Score: R. it. J5. Lincoln 100 003 00 4 6 2 Denver 000 000 000 0 6 0 Batteries Hagerman and Carney; insilla, Harris and Spahr. Three-base hit Cole. Two bane hits Ball, Cof fee. Struck out Hagerman, 11; Kln sella, 3. Base on balls Hagerman, 2; Kinstlbi, 2. Umpire Knapp. , Brooklyn, G: Pittsburgh, 5. Pittsburgh, May 9. Brooklyn de feated Pittsburgh mainly because of errors behind Hendrix, who was effec tive, striking out nine men in the seen innings he worked. Score: It. H. E. Pittsburgh 011 100 0205 12 5 Urooklyn 100 020 030 6 8 3 Haiterfes Ilcndrlx, Robinson and nibion, S'mon; Kent, Rucktr and I'helps. Two-base hits Donlin, Dau bcrt, Smith. Three-base hits Bryne, Donlln. Home run Bryne. Base on balls Hendrix, 4; Robinson, 1: Kent, 4. Struck out Hendrix, 9; Robinson, 1; Kent, 3; Rucker, 1. Umpires Johnstone and Eason. Philadelphia, 4; Cincinnati, 3. Cincinnati, May 9. Fromme al lowed eight bases on balls, four of which were returned as runs for Phil adelphia and the visitors won. New York's victory over St. Louis, coupled with the loss of the game 'here, shoves Cincinnati out of first place In the league for th. first time this season. Both teams batted Well. Score: R. H. E Philadelphia ..002 000 2004 9 3 Cincinnati 010 001 010 3 8 1 Batteries Curtis, Beaton and Killl ier, Graham: Fromme and McLean. Two-base, hits Titus, Paskcrt, Dow ney. Three-baso hit Fromme. Base on balls Curtis, 4; 8aton, 1; From me, t. Struck out Curtis. li From me, 5. Umpires Brennan and Owens. Omaha. 7; Sioux City, 2. Sioux City, May 9.-Omaha batted out a victory over Siotix City. Hall was wild at times but was effective in the pinch -8. Score: R. H. E. Sioux City ....000 011 000 2 5 0 Omaha 000 020 0327 16 1 Batteries Slaughter and Cadman; Hall and Johnson. Two-base hits Hall, Davidson, Kane, 2; Coyle. Base on balls Slaughter, 2; Hall, 10 Struck out Slaughter, 5; Hall, 9, Umpire Johnson. BATTLERS DEPART FROM SCENE OF T Chavez and His Manager to Leave This Morning; Murphy and His Mentor Trek Last Night, C FLIC St. Joseph, 13; Dps Moines, 2. Des Moines. May 9. St. Joseph hit Faber and Jarnigan at will and easily won the first game of the local series. Score: it. H. K. Des Moines ...000 001 100 2 7' 5 St. Joseph 052 0S1 014 IS 18 1 Batteries Faber, Jarnigan and Ul towski; Johnson and Castle. Two buse hits J. Kelly, Castle, Watson, Meinke, Thomas. Three-base hits Powell. Struck out Faber, 2; Jarni gan, 0; Johnson, 5. Umpire Haskell. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE ROSWELL-VACGIttr At'TO IJXE. (Carrie t S. Mall.) Leaves Roswell 10:10,1. m. Arrive Vaughn J:2S p. m. Leave Vaughn dally... 1:45 a. m. Arrive Roswell 1:00 p. m. (Auto wait until 10:00 . m., for arrival of E P. ft 8. W. train No. I.) Far on way, iio. Round trip. $1S. 100 lb. ba;gg carried free; xces bSgge, 33.69 per 100 lb. Baggage P to 1.500 lb, carried. Connections mad at Vaughn with all E. p. 4 a W. and Fanta F train, "vell Aoto Co, ItoswcIL Owner. Garlinston nros, Yangiui, Affcnts At Oakland: R. II. E. Los Angeles 1 7 3 San Francisco 9 11 0 Batteries Hllla and Boles; Miller and Berry. At Sacramento: R. H. E. Portland 1 4 4 Sacramento 0 6 3 Batteries Temple and Howley; Bauni and Cheek. At Los Angeles: R. H. E. Oakland 2 5 0 Vernon 4 9 1 Batteries Christian and Mitze; Hitt and Brown. Johnny Murphy and Bennle Chavez are leaving the scene of their fight for the bantamweight championship of the Rocky Mountain state. Mur phy, accompanied by Bert Connors, his manager, left last night for Denver, and Chavez and his guide, George Joseph, leave this morning for Trini dad. Bennle had been here for tho past few weeks, and had made a number of friends, all of whom wish to see him at the top some day. Murphy had made many on his pre vious trips, and while a good many fans lost money on him Wednesday night, he did not lose any friends. In fact, his game fight made him quite u tew. Both men have fought good fights here, and the local fans will be glad to see either of them back for another bout. Chave may return soon, as Promoter Mark Levy is alread cor responding with Young Abe Attell, of Denver, regarding a mutch With Chavez here on May 23. GIVEN REAL s .11, 0VAT1BY LAS VEGAS PEOPLE Great Crowd Headed by Brass Band Meets Aspiring Cham pion at Railway Station; De clares He Weighs 220 Lbs, (a.neliit rtliDntrli In tb M.irnlne 4onr 1 Las Vegas. N. M., May a Declaring he weighs 220 pounds and displaying diamonds which must huve weighed aa many carets, Jim Flynn. the white hope, stepped from the train to the station platform here this evening. The clothes he wore were decidedly "it," and these drowned tho blatant music of the band, which had been summoned to greet him. innocent, unsophisticated Las Vegas, used not so long ago to gun fighters mid "In juns," availed herself of the opportu nity of gazing for the first time at a man who fights with his fists. About llvo hundred people were at the sta tion when the train rolled in. As Flynn bowed to the crowd and posed gracefully while the photographer snapped him In the act of alighting from the Pullman, the crowd set up a yell that could have been heard a mile, Flynn was accompanied here by Jack Curley, promoter of the John-son-Flynn battle; II. W. Laiifgun, a St. Louis sporting writer: Al William, his sparring partner; his brother, Louis Flynn; Chick Coleman, the cook who will prepare his training diet, and A. II. llalke, a chauffeur, who will drive his big car and that of Jack Curley, Tomorrow Fiynn will go to the Las Vegas Hot Springs, where training quarters have been prepared for him n the casino of tne famous obi Mem czuma hotel. He will begin training it once. Curley will remain here until c'lynn Is nicely established, when he will make a hurried trip to the const, bringing back with him Tommy ltynn, who will have charge of the train ing camp, and Ilowiird Morrow. Local Promoter Charles O'Malioy has prepured the Flynn quarters for occupancy and, all the big fireman Will have to do tomorrow morning is to get in his car and drive to the place that he will work, eat and seep in from now until after July 4, when he meets Jack Johnson here for the heavyweight championship of the world. Carrying a cane nearly got Flynn into a rumps here. A fellow citizen of Pueblo, who Is an Insurance man, well known in New, Mexico, held out his hand to Flynn "with a how-de-do. Flynn, however, was carrying his grip In one hand and his walking Btlck Jn the other, so that he had to refuse the proffered mitt. The Puebloan at onca challenged him to a fight, say ing he didn't give, a hang if Flynn was the white hope, he would be will ing to take a ifnfl out of him Just once for luck. Flynn good-naturedly took the matter as a Joke and the mut ter was brought to un end without hos tilities, it Is not known If the Pueblo Insurance agent will tackle Jack Johnson for a round or two when he arrives here on June 1st. duniatt-wui 'done-by a quake about a yea mho, is outsldn the zone. . HOOPER HEADS NEW SOCIOLOGICAL SOCIETY Nashville, Tenn., May 9. Governor Hooper, of Tennessee, who originated the Idea of holding; a southern sociological congrcsa, tonight was elected president of a permanently organized sociological society, which will meet annually and discuss the problems that confront leaders of the uplift movement throughout the southern states. - MARKETS STEADIER THAN FOR WEEK PREVIOUS Activity Reported in United States Steel and Reading Stocks; Serious Break in Il linois Central Securities, ALBUQUERQUE A AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At St. Paul St. Paul, 1; Colum bus, 10, At Minneapolis Minneapolis, 0 Toledo. 2. At Kansas City Kansas City, t Louisville. 1. At Milwaukee Milwaukee. 3; In dianapolis, 6. Fifteen Innings. SOUTHERN LEAGUE At Mobile Mobile, 3; Nashville, 2. At New Orleans New Orleans, 3; Atlanta, 2. At Montgomery Montgomery, 4 Memphis, 5. At Chattanooga Chattanooga, 0 Birmingham. 2. UNITED STATES LEAGUE j Hudson for Signs j Wall Paper HUDSON Fourth Pir- Street and rWCoppcrAvc- At Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, 10; Cln. cinnatl. S. At Chicago Chicago, 10; Cleveland. 0. At Washington Washington, 1": New Tork, 9. At Beading Reading, S; Rich mond, 4. STEWART OUTPOINTS GUNBOAT SMITH IN TEN-ROUND BOUT N' -w T ,rk Mav Jim Jt.wart. -f Brooklyn, defeated "Gunlwat" Smith, of California, in a in-round bout here tonlKht. Smith weighed 17 1-3 and Stewart 210 1-J pounds. At the. end of the tenth round. Referee Patsy Hal sev walked to Stewart' corner and raised S.ewart's left arm. the method In vogue of Indicating a winner when decisions were permitted here. It was generally understood that In this manner the referee would render a decision and it wa accepted a such. Stewart had the better of the opening round and the econ-l wu even. In the third Smith landed a rtuht ruing on the Jaw snd Stewart went down, but waa up In a second. Stewart landed some hvr right smashes on the head in the "" h and hid Smith taf ertn at the bell. SANTA FE GRAYS PLAY SUNDAY Neutral-Tinted Organisations of Two Cities to Cross Bats at Traction Park in Warm Game, The Grays of Santa Fe, find the team of Albuquerqueans playing under the same title, are to meet Sunday at Traction park. In what promises to be a fast game. The Santa Fe club has considerable strength and the local tesm hus shown very good form thic season. The locals are to be further strengthened by the addition of Joe Manoucra. n new infliider. signed by Manairer Dan Padllla. recently. Man- ouera has nlayed with the F.l Paso White Sox. the West Texas league and with the Internationals. He Is said to bo very good at shortstop, anil will no doubt aid greatly in getting things to tighten up in the local Infield. Man quera la also a heavy hitter. Form shows that the two teams will be evenly matched, and a first class game Is anticipated. Wolsaxt IMm'l Bar MoFarlaml. Sa.) Francla-o. May 9. Tom Jonea, manager of Ad Wolgast. said today that ho would accept the offer of the Harden Athletic Club of New York, to ruarantee ihe champoln a purse of $15,000 for a ten-round bout with Packy McFarland on condition that McFarland weigh In at 111 pounds three r four hours bofore trie lsut. Jones said ins only open date was June 1, and that he had wired th? club to that effect. VcFarland "CluixrV Connolly. Pall River. Mass.. May . At thi end of the fifth round of a out to night between Parky McFarland. of Chicago, and Johnny Connolly, of hoot- lnd. Connolly climbed through the r!H- to escape further punishment. Thi bout was scheduled to go ten rounds. 4 Oar Tea are of the very howl. Tr'f Vm. c A. Coffr Co, M Roath Km Mad im-t. JI1AIE FLYNN AT THE QRPHEUM TONIGHT Motion -Pictures Will Show Pueblo Fireman in Training for Big Fight, Fight fans who are especially In terested In the present relative stand ing of Jack Johnson and Jim Flynn will find the Jack Curley trnlnlng pictures to be shown at the Orpheum theater tonight a pretty good basis for speculation. Gradually public sentiment Is urg ing tho stock of the Pueblo nreman upward, and now it Is quite a com mon happening to read a statement frcm prominent right dopesters modi fying their early utterances unent the cc mlng great heavyweight champion ship go. If Jim Flynn's ability to make a favorable Impression on those whom he meets was In proportion to his physical advancement, the black man would have a mighty battle before he would go down to defeat, but his Waterloo would be certain. That he has been working diligent ly and Intelligently Is shown in the picture that will be exhibited to night, and those who wilnesned the private exhibition are emphatic in their statement that the coveted belt is labeled "Pueblo." The pictures that Jack Curley has assembled are more than training pictures, and those who see Johnson leaving his Chicago residence, enter his areat Freneh 120-horaepower auto, npeed st breakneck pace and skid for Ihe fun of It, cannot help but feel that his overttnGtl-ti nd Indifference Is going to count In favor of the Pueblo boy whose only ambi tion I to see the unpopular ring auto crat take the count of ten and then some. Wrestling, boxing, rood and gym nasium work, medicine ball playing, shadow boxing snd the various .ther stunt Indulged in training will be scn upon the screen. Photographi cally, the picture are aald to be marvel of clearnes. By Moraine aoarnal nuotTirt Wtrs ) New York, May 9. The tone of to day's murket for the greater part of the session was more steady than since last Friday, when prices under went their first severe reversal in some weeks. Dealings were again In moderate volume but the tone was fairly broad, standard Issues were hither with the usual degree of ac tivity In Ilnited States Steel und Head ing. The former rose sharply In the early afternoon. In the flnnl hour tho entire market reversed itself, beginning with a fur ther decline In Illinois Central which fell to 120, Its lowest price In four vears. A selllntr movement then en sued which wiped out the greater part of the previous rise and reduced net coin to minor urunertle. ino severe break In Illinois Central was attribut ed to tho heavy losses the property Is sunuosed to huve Incurred as a result of tho disastrous floods In the Missis sippi valley. Reduction of the Bank of F.nglund discount rate from 3 to 2 Vi per cent was one of the few Important develop ments of the day. The hew rate Is the lowest In over a year and only twice in the last thirteen years has Great Britain's financial bulwark deemed It wise to poBt us low a rute. The crop news of the day lent con firmation to recent adverse advices. Dispatches from the northwest state that tho rnol weather of the week and ' general rains ,ln North" IiaKota and Minnesota hud given a check to seed I ing. From the middle west came ad j ditional word of more or Icbs dls I couraging conditions, while the dam age caused bv rains In cotton In some of the southern states was reported to . be very heavy. I No change was reported in local money rates, tho supply continuing abundant, with demand comparative ly light. :AIHs Chalmers lfd J4 Amalgamated Copper I American Agricultural 1V American Beet Sugar ?2Vt American Can American Car Foundry H American Cotton Oil 64 American Hide & Leather pfd. . 25 American Icj Securltie 274 American Linseed li American Locomotive 42 Vi American Smelting & Bef'g .... tt do pfd 18 Am. Steel Foundries 3 American Sugar Hellnlng U' American Tel. & Tel 14l American Tobacco pfd 104 Vi American Woolen 27 Anaconda Mining Co 41 Atchison I"8 do pfd 103 Atlantic Coast Lino 180 Vi i Baltimore & Ohio 109 .Bethlehem Steel 8914 Brooklyn Rapid Transit Cananian Pacific 257 Mi Central Leather 2 do pfd 98 Central of New Jersey . . . .375 6 390 Chesapeake & Ohio 79 H Chicago & Alton 176 20 Chicago tireat Western 18'i do pfd 35 Vt Chicago & North Western 140 Chicago, Mil. & St. Paul 107 C C, C. & St. Louis 65 4159 14 Colorado Fuel & Iron 28 Colorado & Southern 43 Consolidated Oas 141 Corn Products 1 5 14 Delaware ft Hudson 170 Denver & Hio Grande 21 V4 do pfd Distillers" Securities Brio Brio, 1st pfd Krie, 2d pfd (ieneral Klectrlc 40 V, . as' . .84 . 63 . 43 4 .167 KiiubaunH3oth. AH, WUC H4s.ftTAIbuWj.tt Ofytifhtc4 IVIl A. . KIMCHBAUM It CO, Tb Klrchbnum Fifth Avenue Make your clothes serve you as rungs in the Success Ladder. To look well cre ates not only self confidence and self respect, but inspires trust and belief in you on the part of others. Wear one of our new Kirschbaum styles and you'll un derstand. Every line softened, yet retain ing the precision and directness to give a feeling of strength and individuality to the wearer. Hand-tailored suits from guaran teed Ail-Wool fab- ics, $15, $18, $20, $25 Cut and needled in to'a shapeliness that is permanent, satis factory and of lasting service. Fabrics re finished by the spe cial Kirschbaum re- ' finishing process, ; which makes them , more serviceable and gives them a better" appearance than any others. A. D. Kirschbaum ?, Co., makers of the fam ous Cherry Tree Brand, have for over fifty years been world-leading pro ducers of men's clothes. The Kirschbaum label is your guarantee of satisfaction. You'll find that tho most successful men in town come to us for these clothes. The Kirschbaum Fifth Avenue model in "True Blue" $J 8 Special Serge and in $22 Special Wors teds appeals to every man who likes retired style and full value. THE GOLDEN RULE Men's Clothing Section. 1 I'nlted Slates Steel 65 do pfd 109i ('tab Copper 62J Virginia Carolina Chemical 52 Wubash 8 3-D ilo pfd 21 Western Maryland 60 WeslliiRhouse Electric , 74 Western I nloti 3 Wheeling & Lake Krlo 7 LchlKh Valley 168 Chlrio Copp.-r 2 Hay Consolidated 19 American Tobacco 262 The bond market whs fairly steady. Total sales par value $2,500,000. I'nlted States Kovernmcnt bonds were unchanKcd. Kar stiver, f.Oi; Mexican dollars 48. Total sale for the day 520.000 shares. Boston Mining Stocks. tireat Northern pf.l 1314. EARTHQUAKES ADD TO MEXICO'S TROUBLES Guadalaj.-ira. Me., May . Five earthquakes. In addition to the four teen experienced yesterday, were felt hr re at hort Intervals up to noon to day. The niy pronounced shocks were at o'clock nnd :30 a. m. yes terday. Several bulldinns were slight ly damfKcd. but no live were lost. A peculiarity of the Jisturbances was thnt their action was limited to a rone of about twelve miles In dia meter with the center five mile west of this city, where fissure are re- ported to h.ive appeared In a rmlslile. Cln.lad ;i!:iznin or Z pot Ian, as It is (onietiir.es talicd, whtr severe !r'-at Northern tire Ctfs. Illinois Central InterliorouKh-Met do pfd Inter Harvester Inter-Marine pfd International l'aper International I'ump Iowa Central Kansas City Southern do pfd Laclede lias Louisville & Nashville Minneapolis A St. Louis .... Minn., St. T. & Sayjt Stc. M. Missouri, Kaunas Ac Texas . . . do pfd Missouri l'aclflc National Hixcult National I. ad Nat I rtys. of Mexico 2d pfd New York Central New Yors, Ontario A West'n Norfolk & Western North American Northern Pacific f'aclfic Mail Pennsylvania People's (Sas Piltst.uri-h, C. C. & St. Louis Pittsburgh Coal Pressed Steel Car Pullman Palaei Car Kail ay Steel Sprint It'-mllnc Hrpublic Steel do pfd Kock Island Co. do pfd St. Ixuls Ssn Fran 2d pfd . St. Loo in Southwestern do pfd S!os Sheffield Steel and Iron Southern Pacific Southern Hallway do I'M Tennesseo Copper Texas & PaeiLe Teledn. St. Louis West. ... do pfd I'nlon Pacific do pfd t'nltrd Ststea Hmlty Coiled SUU Uubbtrr 38 . 121V. . . 19 .. 66H . .115 .. IS . . 16 . . 30 . . 12H . . U . . 60 . .105M, ..157 . . 20 . .139 .. 27 Mr ,. 60 . . 41 . .157 . . 56U . . 29 Vj ..11 . 3t4 .11214 .. S3 ,.11 . 31 .1234. . in .10H ,. 20 Vk . 34 .1594. . H .174 . 23 . 77 . 27i4 . 54 . tVi . 32V, . 74fc . 4 .110. . 24 . 731, . 4! . 21S . 14 . 33 U .14 '4 . M . It . ! A lloues Amalgamated Copper Am. Soinc Lead & Sin A-llzonii Commercial Hon. Curb. Cop. & Sil. M(. Calumet A Arizona Calumet & 1 lei la Centennial Copper ItanK" Con. Co Kant Putto Cop. Mine Franklin lilroux Consolidated (iranhy Consolidated irecno Cananea I kIii itoyallo (cupper) Kerr I .like I jike Cupper I ,a Salle Copper Miami Copper Mohawk Nevada Consolidated N'lplHHinir Mines North IliittM North Ijtke old Dominion i isreola giilney Shannon Snp Tier Superior & Huston Min Tamarack C. H. Hm, Kef. & Min do I'M I'tnh Consolidated I'tnn Copper Co Winona , Wolverine . 43 li . 82 . 30 . r.'i . Th . 70 4N0 . 24 , 574 . 13 . 13 . b . 04 . Vii . 26 . 2K . 394 , . a , 62 . 21 7M, , 2 rottlns; In the ground. July fluctuated from 77 to 7(t tfc, closing firm to 4f up at 78fiV. Cash grade went si ron it. No. 2 yellow 8 m 482. Aliened discovery that one concern had cuncentruted a holding of 6,000, 000 bushels of onts put strength Into that market. July ranged between 64 Si and 64 7 with the close at 54 S. an advance of . Provisions Banned In consequence of selling on tiie part of the smaller west, crn packers. .116 . S3 . 13 . 34', . 2S , 43 . 3S 4S 1314 , 62 . lf9 The Metal Markets. New York, May 9. Standard cop per weak; spot 1 15. 50t 15.65; May 115.501 15. D:.; June 15. 56 15.60; July, August and September J15.55W 16.75. London firm, spot 70, 6s; fu tures 70, 16s, 3d. Custom house re turns show exports of 6,368 ton ho far this month. Iake copper 1 6 4 1 6 i ; electrolytic li l',4; casting 16df 15. Lead, steady, 31.104.20; New York; London 25, 16s. Antimony Ulet; Cookson's $8.00. lion, Cleveland warrants 63s, IMA In London. Locally Iron was steady. No. 1, foundry norther, 16.2b It 1 5.75; No. 2, f 15.IMI ut 16.60; No. 1 southern and No. 1 southern soft, 16.25 4 16.76. HI. M. mi; s St. Irfiiil Nw Iter. Iiiil, May . Lead 'weak, i; spelter dull, 36.054 8.85. New York Cotton. New York, May 9. Cotton closed barely steady, last prices showed net wain of from four to eight point for the day. Chicago Board of Trade. ChlciiKO, May 9. Prospect that wheat a crease in the nort hwest would lie curtailed caused the market today to recover nearly all of the loss due to the Kovernmcnt report on damage to the winter crop, floainir prices were strong H abov last night. Corn advanced Vs to 1 '4, and osta to S K . Provisions were unchanged to 7 "4 cents below. News that Franc had only one third the normal amount of wheat on hand after having already bought ex tensively In Canada. Argentine and AnMralls. served to help the huovamy of the market. Price were within a rhade of th Iwst point of the season. July range 113S to MIS with the clos at IIIHOS. a rie of 1 iNrnand from tho Bnuthwval Incit ed grneral buying of corn. There were complaints In that direction. nnnbl from Oklahoma, thai th e4 was, The Livestock Markets. KaiiNflH City Livestock. Kansas City, May 9. Cattle Re ceipts 2,600, including 600 southerns. Market steady. Native steers, 37.00 ' 8.76; southern steer. I7.7S08.25; southern cows and heifers 17.25 ff 8.25; native cows and heifers, 1 4.00 r 8.00; "tinkers and feeders, 35.007.35; bulls, I4.75M7.00; calve 15 001 7.75; western steers, 36.S04fl.60; western cows, 4.2541 6.60. Hogs Keceipts S.000. Market steady. Hulk of sales, 17. 600 7.85; heavy, 7. (1 U 7.90; packer and bi t. hers. 17 51 7.90; lights, $6,464 7.: pigs. $5.60 6.75. Sheep Iteeelpts 25.000. Market weak. Muttons. 34.2541 7 60; lambs, 37. 004 .75: range wethers and year HnK l.i.OOSi 6.15; ranee (. 33.76 9 6 0; Texas goats, $3. 26 3.86. '1ihai IJi clock. Chlcaco. May 9. Csttle Iteeelpt 2.5'Ki. Market stesdv. I ; even, $4.6049 9.00; Texas steers. $5,2547.26; west ern steers, $17li 7.60: Blocker nd feeders. $4.236.60; cows and heif ers. 3J.747.:i; calves. $ .0o i 7.76. Hog Receipt 16,u0. Market steady for good; other weak. Light. $7. lew 7. SO; mixed. $7.04i7.90; l-envy, $7.47i: rounh. $7.60 7 SO: plea. $S.60f 7.0t; bulk of sales. $7 64i 7.86. Sheep Receipt 7. 906. Market steady o strong. Native. $4,66 4) 7.60; yearlings, $6.0961.36; lamb, native, i.9t9.9; western, $6,25 4 9.66.