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lUE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1912.
THREE STANDING OF THE CLUBS National League. ' Won. Lost : Pet. yfew York .17 4 .810 Cincinnati IS 5 .78$ Chicago 12 12 .BOO Pittsburgh ft 11 .460 Boston , 8 14 .391 St. Louis v . . . 9 IS .360 Brooklyn ........... 7 13 .350 Philadelphia ..7 13 .350 American League. Won. Lost, Pot. Chicago .,..21 5 .808 Boston 15 8 .652 Washington 12 12 .600 Cleveland 11 11 , .600 jVtroit .12 14 .462 Philadelphia 12 .424 New York 6 14 .300 St. Louis .6 16 .273 Western League. Won. Lost, Pot. Denver 1 8 .67 Omaha 13 8 .519 fit. Joseph 14 10 .683 pes Moines 12 11 .622 Topeka 11 12 .4 78 Sioux City 10 12 .455 Lincoln 9 3 3 .409 Wichita , 8 IS .348 WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY National I.eiifiue. , Boston at Cincinnati. Brooklyn at St. Louis. New York at Pittsburgh. Chicago at Philadelphia, American League. Chicago at Philadelphia. Kt. Louis at Boston. Detroit at New York. ' Clevoland at Washington. Western League. Denver at Sioux City. Lincoln at Des Moines. Wichita at St. Joseph. Omaha at Topeka. NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Louis 6: Brooklyn 0. St. Louis, May 14. Sallee allowed Brooklyn but two scattered hits, while his team mates drove Knetser off the mound in the third Inning, St. Louis winning the' opening game. Score: R. H. E. St. Louis 004 000 02 6 9 6 Brooklyn 000 000 000 0 2 2 Batteries: Sallee and Wlngo; Knet ier, Pagon and Yingllng, Phelps. Throe-base hit Wlngo. Struck out Sallee 3; Pagon 2. Umpires John stone and Eason. Chicago 2; Philadelphia 0. Chicago, May 14. Pitcher Cheney today held Philadelphia to four scat tered hits, while his team mates bunched hits off Alexander, winning for Chicago the first game of the ser ies. Score: R. H. E. Chicago 010 001 00 2 8 I Philadelphia. .. 000 000 000 0 4 0 Batteries: Cheney and Archer; Al exander and Seaton, Killifer. Two-base hits Downs, Titus, Zimmerman, Hoff man, Ev-ers. Three-buse hit Miller. Struck out Alexander 7; Cheney 4. Umpires Rlgler and Finneran. Pittsburgh, May 14. Pittsburgh New York game called in second inn ing; rain. Cincinnati, May 14. Cinclnnat' Boston game postponed; rain. AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland ft; Wuslilngton 2. Washington, Mav 14. Cleveland de feated Washington today In a pitch ers' battle. Greeg and Groom each aU lowed but four hits. A double play by Canhion and Henry featured the gnme. Score: R. H. E. Cleveland ..... 000 000 021 3 4 1 Washington . . . 000 000 002 2 4 8 Batteries: Gregg and Livingston; Groom and Henry. First base on balls Gregg S; Groom 1. Struck out Rregg t; Groom 7. Umpires Dlneen and Perrlne. Detroit 5; New York I. New York, May I4.--lctroit defeat ed New York today In thu third game of the series. Mullln held the locals to four hits, Caldwell held Detroit down, but was wild. Score: R. H. IS. Detroit 200 000 102 5 7 2 New York .... 001 000 000 1 4 0 Batteries: Mullin and Stanage; Cald well and Williams. Two-base hit Jones, Crawford. Morlarity. Struck out Caldwell 7; Mullin 4. Umpires O'Loughlin and Westervelt. Boston C; St. Ixinis 5. Boston, May 14. A batting rally in EVENT OF THE SEASON. Grand Dramatic Cantata, "Saul of Israel" given by Pupils of St Vincent Academy at Elks' Opera House Wednesday Afternoon, 3 p. m., June 5th, 1912. Ticket, M ceou On aale at Matron's. ELKS' THEATRE Monday Evening, May 20th. Haroldi WE GREAT POLISH VIOLINIST, Accompanied by Polak tne fmnu Pianist. Tickets on advanc aTibecrlptlon oPn Friday. Regular aale opena 8at "fdsy t Matson-a. Prices 10, fl.M gad Mc. the eighth inning by which Boston cored five runs, unuid the previously Hue work of Uuumgartner on the rub ber and gave the locals the third straight game with St. Louis, 6 to 5. Ctcotts Pitched poorly. Score; n. H. B. Boston 000 100 OS 6 11 3 bt. Louis 100 400 000 5 10 0 Batterjea: Cicotte and Thomas; Baumgartner and Krlchell. Two-base him Lewis, Gardner, Speaker. Three base hit Wagner. Struck out Cicotte 4; Baumgartner 1. Umpires Egan and Evanti, ' Chicago 7; Rlilhulolpliiu 0. Philadelphia, Pa., May 14. Chi cago made it three straight victories over the world's champions when it won today's game, 7 to 0. Bens was given wonderful support, especially by the outfielders, who pulled down several hard drives. Coombs was knocked off the rubber In tlvo In nings and Pennoek, formerly of the Wenonah, N. J., military academy, who made his debut, pitched the last four Innings and did excellent work. Scoro: K. H. Is). Chicago 201 210 010 7 9 2 Philadelphia ..000 000 000 0 7 2 Batteries: Benz and Kuhn; Coombo, Pennoek and Lapp. Two-base hits Itath, H. Lord, Hodie, J. Collins, Kuhn, Lapp. Struck cut Benx, 3; Coombs, 2; Pennoek, 1. Umpires Connolly and Hart. WESTERN LEAGUE Omaha 0: Topeka 1. Omaha. May 14 Mark Hall's pitch ing and timely slugging won for Omaha the second game of the series with Topeka, 6 to 1. Five scattered singles were all that Hall gave the visitors. Score : R. H. E. Omaha 000 tOOl 14 6 10 1 Topeka 000 100 0001 8 3 Batteries: Hall and Johnson; Alder man and Chapman. Two-base hits Johnson, Wanner, Halt, Thomason. Three-base hit Scanlon. Double play Niehoff to Seanlon to Kane. Base on balls Hall 1; Alderman 1. Stolen bases Nlehofl', Johnson, Thomason. Um pire Knapp. Sioux City 17! Denver 2. Sioux City, May 14.-rSioux City clouted Olmstead and Harris at will and won over Denver, 17 to 2. Olm stead beaned three Sioux City players in succession in the fourth, the trio scoring on timelv hits. Myers made a home run, one double and three sin gles. score: R. H. E. Sioux City ... 401 600 06 17 19 1 Denver 000 010 010 2 8 3 llatterles: Brown and Cadman; Olmstead, Harris, Spahr and Frambes. Two-base hits Preen, Myers, Quillen. Three-brise hit Cadman. Home run Myers. Stolen bases Tennant, Smith. Struck out Brown 2.; Olmatead 2; Harris 3. Umpire Johnson. St. Josenli 4: Wichita 2. St. Joseph, May 14. After Wichita had tied the score on two hits and an error, the locals bunched hits on Hersche and won, 4 to 2. Score: ' R. H. 13. Wichita '. 000 000 200 2 6 1 St. Joseph 010 100 02' 4 12 2 Batteries: Hersche and Stark; Free man and Bachant. Two-base hits Howell, Stark. Stolen buses Rcilly. Struck out Freeman 2; Hersche 6. Double play Koerner (unassisted). Umpire Klssane. Res Moines 4; Lincoln 3. Des Moines, May 14. Des Moines defeated Lincoln today. McCormlck's home run In the fourth, scored Cobb and Isbell's singlo In the same inn ing, allowed Claire and Kores to score. The remainder of the game was a pitchers' battle, He-ore: II. 1 1. K Des Moines 000 210 10 4 8 1 Lincoln 000 200 1003 7 1 Batteries: Northrtin. Houston and TTIatowskl; HagerniHii and Camel. Two-base hit Hahn. Three-buse hit Curtis. Home run MeCormlck. Dou Me play Colligan to Kores to Thomas Stolen bases Mann, jjwyer, Miner. Struck out Northrup S: Hagerman 3; Houston 3. Umpire Haskell. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE At Los Angeles. it. H. E Vernon 4 ! 3 Portland 3 6 2 Batteries: llalcigh, Whalen and Brown; Koestner, Templei Kluv.ittcr and .Mowley. At Sacramento. Los Angeles Sacramento Batteries: Tout gerald and Price. At San Francisco. R. It. E. 5 2 4 7 2 and Boles; Fitz- R. H. E. Oakland akland 5 6 ' an Francisco 4 6 3 Sa Ten Innings. Patterlea: Abies and M'txe; Miller, Henly and Berry. SOUTHERN LEAGUE At New Ojlcans New Orleans, 0; Chattanooga. 4. At Birmingham Birmingham, 2; Atlanta, 1. At Montgomery Montgomery. 2; Nashville. 1. At Mobile Mobile. ; Memphis, i. . UNITED STATES LEAGUE At Reading Reading. 10; New York. 4. At Pittsburgh Pittsburgh. 0; Cleveland. 1. Called in fourth. At Richmond Richmond, -l; Washington, S-3. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Kanaaa City Kansaa City I; Minneapolis 3. At Milwaukee Milwaukee 2: t- PAt Indianapolis Indiana polls 0; Co lumbu 1. At Toledo Toledo : Louisville . 4 Henry Ferris. Hadar, Neb, la tne r.tk.r r ion children and for tha past twenty yeara haa aed Folera Honey and Tar Compound with the teat result. He tell s: "I think Folers Honey and Tar Compound Is tha beat cough mediclna In tha world for I bava urd It for tha past twenty years and can recommend It t anyone need ing a eangh medicine." J. IL O RIelly Company, JO m PLANS REACH LAS VEGAS y Due to Superstition Born of His Negro Blood, Champion Schedules Arrival at Training Camp for May 30th, - (Rpcelnl Cnrre.pondenee to Morning Journal, East Las Vegas, N. M., May 14. Perhaps It Is patriotic devotion; may hap it Is a superstition born of his negro blood, but. at all events. Jack Johnson is planning to arrive in Las Vegas for his bout with Jim Flynn m deftnse of his title of heavyweight champion of the world, on a national holiday. The bout Is scheduled for an- other national festival. Remembering that his victory over Jeffries was scored upon a Fourth of July, when flags were waving. Johnson has ar ranged to arrive here for his second Important match on Decoration day, May 80th, when the flags will be fly ing and the bands will be playing. It may be the colored chump thinks he has ajiunch. Johnson "will place his business af fairs and his confidence in Tom Flan agan, of Toronto, Canada, who had charge of his camp at Reno, and who looked after the financial end of the big bout there with Jelfries two years ago. In a message to Curlcy, Flanagan announces he will Insist that Johnson make 215 pounds for the fight with Flynn. Flynn's trainers announced to day that Flynn positively would weigh at least 190 pounds when trained down to the pink of condition. H may step Into the ring weighing 195 or 200. At all events the discrepancy In weight is not expected to be sufficient to give the black man any great advantage. His trainers say that If the lighter fighter can give away from five to ten pounds and get away with It, Flynn, being a heavyweight, will not feel embarrassed by a difference of from ten to twenty pounds between his weight and that of his antagonist. Being somewhat shorter than John son, Flynn believes he will have the advantage. His style of fighting Is the bore-ih variety and his shorter stature j win enauie nun iu nwim ovinia,.,, stinging punches in the mid-section that may rock the big black .to sleep. Two new "white hopes" have joined the Flynn camp. One of these has shown class and will be retained as a sparring partner. Charles O'Malley, the local promoter, has found another fast heavyweight, who will do some sparring with Flynn every day. With Williams, the regular sparring part ner, this makes three clasy boxers who will help Flynn perfect his bod ing and footwork. A young man who can play the piano like Padercwskl, and sing like Caruso, will dispense rag time In the Flynn camp during leisure hours. He is a friend cf Flynn and has been playing in one of the classy restau rants of Denver. The Flynn trainers want their pupil to forget all about the big ring event except in the hours of training and the entertainer , will help a whole lot In that direction. Gambling of all kinds Is tabooed at the Flynn household. If the boys wish to play a little gume of pitch or poker they use matches for Btakes. And Cur ley has provided several cords of mutches. Flynn and Curlcy do not wish anything to happen to disrupt the peace and happiness of the train Ing camp. Should one of the atten dants lose a lot of money to another member of the party, which certainly would happen if gambling were to be allowed, there might be hard feelings which would cause all kinds of dis cord. Flynn is taking it easy pending the arrival of his trainer, Tommle Ryun, from 'Frisco, on May 25tli. KWE PUTS IT ALL Featherweight Champion Has All But Two Sessions of Fast Bout with Game Little Jer seyite, Br Mrnlag Joaraul Hperlal Leawd Wlre.I New York, May 14. Johnny Kil bane, of Cleveland, featherweight champion, outfought Frankle Liurnn, of Jersey City, In a fast ten-round bout here tonight. At the ringside Kilbane weighed 122 Va and Hums 123 pounds. Rums had th t best of the first nnd flfih rounds. Otherwise it was all Kil bane. For the greater part of tha bat tle Hums only used his left, while Kilbane used l oth handa to body and head with telling effect. The cham pions footwork enalil i him to evade several well aimed blows and by side stepping and ducking Kilbane made Kurna mini repeatedly. In the third round Kilbane landed lefts to the tare and herd right uppereut which dr-"!W blood from Rums' moftth. Hums kept putting lefts to the stomach but th olows did not ae-m to effect Kilbane. In the sixth Horns put a straight left to the stomach and Kilbane came hack with left and right upperrtits to the fi-e. From this slug on Kil bane was master. Hums put left to the face and body In the next session -tn i-i(t jabbing and upper cutting. There was a fast mix-up here , ,ne minors in Kiltiaiie s favor. They exchanged lefts to the head In h eifchtt and Kill'nue nave an exhi bition of clever blocking until an other mlx-np occurred. The champion Was very fast In the ninth round, at i . cio-mj 'i ohich Hums was bleeding from the left ey Kilbane lushed his man In the tenth, aending lefts and rights to the head, trying for a knorkout. Rums 'k hts pun'shment bravely and landed several left hind );iba. Then he trl -d to mix It. but Killnine bent him bar k with right and If ft to the face and a riaht hook to th )aw. They vrr fighting hard at the bell, with Kilbane landing three blows to Burns' one. OVER BURNS IN 0 ROUNDS Try a Journal Want Ad. Results TO FAMOUS TRAINER AT TRACT ON PARK FOR RAGES m - m Fred W. Boughsman, Handling String of Thoroughbreds for E, Mathias, Cincinnati Mil lionaire. (By domes W. Irwin.) Among tho turfmen gathered In Albuquerque to participate in the ccniing race mooting, which is to be a feature of the national union con vention of tiie Brotherhood of Loco motive Firemen and hngincmcn, which opens May 2Uth, at Traction purk, Is the well-known trainer, Jreu W. Loushamun, who Is handling n string of thoroughbreds for L. Mathias, a Cincinnati millionaire. Mr. lioughsman w:i the leading trainer lor the celebrated turfmun, Barney fcchricbur, proprietor of the Woodland stocy farm, home of Sain, champion glre of the world lu the years laoa-10-11. The Woodland farm in located near St. Louis. Mr. Boughsmun has had more horses under his personal supervision at one time than any other living trainer in America, 'lhla wa In 1908, when ho had In training over slxty li'e thorough broda tor Mr. Schrlehcr. This wus the most successful season of lioughsman lu his turr career, he winning many notable slakes nnd purses und being tho lending trainer in this respect tnat year. Mr. Boughsman is now training the following nurses: Hazel c, 3-year-old, sired by the famous kismet ot Palo Alto stock farm, Sacramento, Cal.; Pleasing, who has been re turned tho winner mote times tliun any other horse stabled at Traction park; Maxlng, a 4-year-old, who hub been showing great form in recent workouts, and with whom ho expects, to win nomo races ui. the coming meet, and Loma a fast filly of Mr,. Muthius' own breeding, who has shown phenomenal spent in private trials and who has already been entered in nil the large slakes at the Salt Luke City and Oklahoma meet ings. All those who have seen Mr. I'oughsinan's string lit the local track are confident he will huve a prolltable season for his owner, On account of the heavy rains there was nothing doing yesterday morning at the Hack, the sates, being closed .until about 3:30 p. m., when a few horses wore brought out for their prelinnnarit'a. - Tho best work outs of the day wore as follows: Belle of tho Boy, who showed won derful speed and worked the tivo eighths if a utile in the tuKovving fractional time: . ! First quarter, 25 2-5; half, milo, 52, und pulled up handl'y in 1:0a 4-6.' Considering the track conditions, tills wus the beat workout of tho day. Jockey Mat thews was up. . "; Wings of tho Morning, one-eighth of a mile, :12 3-5; Marsand, half mile, 63 2-5, galloping; Annual interest, three-eigiithH of a mile, :41, breez ing; First Fashion, three-eighths ol a mile, :39 1-4, Jockey Murtln up, Pleasing, one-fourth of a mile, :25 2-5, Jockey Pinkstuff up; Cama rado, one-hulf mile, :54 1-5, very tired. The Morning Journal handienpper will give the correct workouts and nil Inside dope on the meeting to the readers of The Journal from now until the close of the Traction park races. FLYNN JULY 4 Weight and Skill Are Advan tases Champion Has Over Pueblo Fireman; He Will Train Faithfully for Bout, (By Frank Ctmklcy.) Jack Johnson should defeat Jim Flynn on July 4th. Most fight fans of the white race are trying hard to mako themselves believe that the Pueblo ilremnn has a good chance of beating the negro and wresting his world'a heavyweight championship from him, but If they stop to consider they will see that Fijnn. though game, tough and a very willing fighter has not the slse or the speed to cope with a man of Johnson's ability. Flynn, If we remember, was only a very ahort time ago considered a good trial horse for promising inld dlewelglHs, already having his growth, but perhaps not being as good a boxer us he is at the present time. Of courte, he has taken on some weight, whh-h puts him in the heavyweight class. We all know that he hus met and defeated the most promising white hope of th present day nd must give him 4 tic credit for his feats, but while John son does not put his men away In one punch, JuM think what abort work he would have made of sonic of the men Flynn has met and who stayed me limit with him- While Johnson may not be ac quainted with this high altitude as is Flynn, he will be on the battle ground long enough to beet me ac illmated and hU gieat strength, along with his n lw.. e and cunning, ahould make him a 2 to 1 favorite at l-ast. People who should know JudSe Flynn to weigh, in condition, not over lit pounds at the moht and Johnson to weigh Zii pounds. Forty pounds, we should know. 1 too great a handicap for a 1-o.ier. even In the heavyweight class and w hile seme think that John son has gone lack since defeating Jeffrit-a two ars ago. are must also rraifrokr that he has not been M all that time. He has kfti In h.ird training a few times, for Instance. In A usual,, and ccnainly cannot be JOHNSON TOUTED Tu BOUT WT compared to the peer Jim Jeftrlo when ho vvns defeated. So the bet we can see for Flynn Is making an urhtll light of It, wltn Jolinn.m doing all the effective work. Flynn. a tough and game lighter, should last from twelve to eighteen rounds, but thu unexpected always happens, and most of the while fans are with tho liftman. POOL TOURNAMENT BEGINS AT MOOSE . DOWN TOWN CLUB The handicap pcol tournament opened hut night tit the Moose rlub, J. J. Allen acting as referee of the games. Tho next games will be played Frid.iy evening, beginning at 8 o'clock. The scores last night were as follows: MangloB (85 points), won from Me. Donald (SO points), 35 to 27. Gray 25 points), won from Pays (60 points), 25 to 30. Fleischer (50 points), won from Ericsson (20 points), 50 to 16. Bays (50 points), won Irom Rein hart (50 points), 50 to 39. Copland (50 points), won from Fleischer (GO points), 60 to 3.1. RICHES0NSLEEPS NEAR DEATH HOUSE Boston, May 14. Clarence V. T. it..i..,..... uluwi ,,f Avla t.innoll. klent fill OlMJ V . . V., u.lthln l HoXOtl IIIII'CM Of thO ItriliKiil ...... - death house nt the Charlestown state prison. He was called from his cell in the Charles street J.itl. handcuffed to an officer nnd hurried away In the jail van to tlie prison. Home nine nexi week, prounhly enner on mommy or Tuesday, shortly after midnight, he ...in i.. in h, ltrtr!f flmlr if the orders of the court are carried out. FAIR ACTIVITY IS DISPLAYED ON ILL STREET Canadian Pacific, Harvester and Sears-Roebuck Show Marked Increase of Sales and Advances in Market. JBv Morning Joornnl Mimrtul leaned Wlre.I Now Vork, May 14. Dealings on the stock exchange today were de voted largely to the specialties and other minor Issues to the neglect of standard shares. Lehigh Valley and Reading contributed their usual de gree of activity with early strength, while United Slates Steel took its old place as a leader, transactions exceed ing thoKe I" any other Issue at a ma terial net gain. Other movements or note included Canadian Pacific, which ro:e to 2 B 3 4 , thereby eclipsing previous records; In ternational Harvester, which advanced live points on rumors of an approach Ins: settlement of Its dissolution suit. and Sears Hoobuck which touched Us best quotation of tho year on large iranpactions. In the railway group Minneapolis, Ht. Paul Mault Ste. Mario nnd Wisconsin Central were active at better prices with gains of a point in New York Centrul, Union Pa cific and Louisville & Nashville. Kock Island preferred, Missouri Pacific, Wheeling & Lake Krlo first preferred and a few other stocks that are sel dom o noted, reflected moderate buy ing orders. Tho close was fairly strong with a better tone to Union Pacific. The lUht demand for money hei'e continues and some concessions from recent quotations aro being mude. Honda were Irregular. A rise of al most four points In tho 4 per cent bonds of the Dupont Powder Co., was the one feature. Total sales, par vulue $2,827, 000, Allis Chalmers, pfd 34 Amalgamated Copper 83 V A 1 I fll 11. IIIl-ll, till .Kii- uuuiui ,. U17S American Beet Sugar 74',i American Can 41 "Hi American Car nnd Foundry... b'i American Cotton Oil 64 Am. Iliilo and Leather, pfd 26 American lco Securities 26 American Linseed 16 American Ixicomotlve 43 Am. Hineltlng and Refining ... PHI do. pfd ' IDS, American Steel Foundries American .Sugar Rellnlng American Tel. and Tel. . American Tobacco, pfd. . American Wool.-n Anacorila Mining Co.. .. 38 A3X .146 . 106 Vi . 27 "A. 42 Atchlcon 106 Atchison, pfd 108 Atlantic Coast Line. . .......140 Halllmore und Ohio 100 Hethlehem Steel 3 Hrooklvn Itapui Transit 83 Canadian paciHc 263 Central Leather 28 Central Leather, pfd 94 Central of New Jersey. . 175gp390 Chesapeake and Ohio 79 Chb'HXo and Alton 2023 Chb-ugo Croat Western 78 do. pfd 38 Chicago and Northwestern ....139 Chicago, Mil. and Ht. Paul 107 C. C. C. and St. Louis f.6 Colorado Fuel and Iron 28 Colorado und Southern 43 Consolidated (Jus 143 Corn products 16 Delaware rnd Hudson 170 Denver and Rio firande 20 Denver and Rio (irande, pfd.... 38 Dlhtlllers' Securities . . 32 Lrie 35 Erie. 1st pfd 14 Krle, 2nd pfd 43 General Klectrlc 169 (rent Northern, pf, 132 Ureal Northern Ore. Ctfs 42 Illinois Central 125 Interurban .Viet 19 Interurban Met., pfd 8 Inter-Harvest r 120 Inter-Marine, pfd 4. 18 International l'aer 17 Intemalinal Pump 29 Iowa Central 12 Kansas City Southern 26'-, Kansas City Southern, pfd 61 Larlede !us. . . . 105 Ixiulsville and Nashville 158 Minn, and St. Louis 22 Minn.. St. P. and Ste. M 143 Missouri, Kansas and Texas.... 28 Missouri. Kannas and Tex., pfd.. 40 Missouri Pacific 40 National Biscuit 157 National I-sd 5 Nat. Hya. of M "-x., 2nd pfd. ... 20 N.w Vork Central 120 New Turk. Out. and Wealern.. 38 Norfolk and Western 112 North American 83 Northern I'acltie 129 Pacific Mall 33 Pennsylvania 123 people's (ias 109 Flttsbure. ( C. and t- Louis.. 198 r-lttsbtirs Coal 2 Pressed Hleel Car SS Pullman Palace Car 161 Rails, ay Slel Spring. . 36 l' 24 80H 2H Rock Island Co., pfd. 68i St. Louts anil San Fran., 2nd pfd 88 Vi St. Louis Southwestern 33 Mt. Louis Southwestern, pfd.... 74 Ml Sloss Nhefileld Hleel and Iron... 51 i j iMiuinern i-noioo . , . ,, ,.iitti Southern Railway 28 Southern Railway, pfd 74 H Tennessee Copper 42 14 Texas and Pncifio 24 Toledo, St. Louts and Western.. 14 Toledo, ft. U and Western, pfd. 321 t " n inn 1'aelllo 172 1'nlon Pacini-, pfd KOVi t'nlted States Realty 76 Cnlted States Rubber 5 United States Steel. . 70 United States Steel, pfd 1HV4 Utah Copper 63 Virginia Carolina Chemical. ... 52 H Wabash Wabash, pfd 21 Western Maryland 60 Weatinghouaa Klectrlc 75 n Western Union K0 Wheeling and Lake Erie 73 Lehigh Valley 17i Chlno Copper 29'a Ray Consolidated 19 American Tobacco .200i Total sales for the day, 605,600 shales. Panama 3a registered, declined St on call. liar sllver.V 60; Mexican dollars, 48. Boston Mining Stocks. Alloues 44 Amalgamated Copper. . 83 Am. iilne. Lead and Smelter.. 211 Arizona. Commercial 5 Hi is. and Corb, Cop. und Sll. Mg. 7 Calumet and Arizona i2 Calumet and Hecla 470 Centennla,' 24 Copper Range Con. Co 09 Kant Unite Copper Mln 13 Franklin 12 Olroux Consolidated 50 (Jntn by Consolidated 64 Hreene Cananea 9 lslo Royalle (Copper) 25 Kerr Lake 7 Lake Cuppur 40 1 jt Hullo Copper 6 Miami Copper 25 Mohawk.' 62 Nevada Consolidated 21 NIpIssing Mine 7 North Hutta 28 North Lake 7 ('d Dominion S6 Osceola 116 Quincy. . . . 89 Shannon ii Superior SJVi Superior and Hoston Min. .... 2 rHm'irok 43 U. S. Sm. Ref. and Mln 87 do. pfd 48 ITtnh Consolidated 13 Utah Copper, pfd 63 Winona 7 ask. Wolverine 109 Chicago Board of Trade. Chicago, May 14. Acting demand here today for spot delivery of wheat .,,1 ii ,,1.1 Inn market from the bears. A big increase in tho world supply total, counted also In the same direction. Prices nt the close were steady at a range varying from lower to advance as compared wltn the previous night. Corn scored a net gain of to : oats off to up and provisions higher by 5 to 16. At flrBt the wheat market tended downward (is a result of sn Improved crop outlook. Many holdings. Includ ing one which nmounied to nearly 2,000,000 busnots, went on sulo dur ing the weakness that followed. Cur rent estimates of the yield In Ne braska, Kansns, Oklahoma and Texas made tha total 162.000,000 to 181,0(10, lino against 108.ooo.noo bushels last year. Nevertheless tho ownora of the principal stock of cash wheat here kept steadily absorbing the offerings of futures. Price changes of tho Julv delivery ran from 111 to 113, with the close at 112, a rlHii of net. July corn ranged from 76 to to 77, and closed up at 77. Cash grades were dull. No. 2 yellow, 80 (if July oats fluctuated between 22 arid 63, with latest transactions at 62, an advance of over last night. Provisions were helped upward ny a higher market at the yards. Lnrd showed the chief increase In cost, 12ffj15 to 15 cents. The Wool Markets. IDstoH Wool. t. .,,,, m.iv 14 K'i,w wool la raold- ly supplanting old slock In the do mestic market wltn prices noioinw ! ..tiii1.rnbln buvliiir is In nrou. less, 'especially In now territory wooi of all grades,' while high prices are quoted for nearby fleces. La.,....b frnlrt ttl Wl.Ht I n A It'll 1 1 t h II t irjti l. ....... -- there has boen a falling of In the bidding ror me new eioca, nr i ..uuiurn bliblora cliilmlna that prices of growers are too high. Quotations, acoureo oasis: Texas fine. 6 to 8 months, 48fi50; ... oi.mnnlha ST flna full. 4.1 fa 44. IIIHT i-.,,........., w . " ' California, northern, 60; middle eountv, 48W60; southern, 4(l 47; fall free. 41-43. Oregon, eastern No. 1, staple, 68; eastern c'othlng, 60; valley No. 1, 47 (' 4 8. Territory, fine staple, 62iC3: fine medium staple. 5769; tine clothing, 63(li D5; fine medium clothing, 6052; half Mood combing, 67ti 5H; three eights blood combing, 60 fa 62; quarter blood combing. 46f48. Pulled fine A, 6011 55; "A" supers, EH(63. SI. Ioul- Wool. St. J,ouls. May 14. Wool, steady: territory and western mediums, le 18; fine mediums, IB tl 17; "no, lOtf 15. The Metal Markets. York, Mir 1 4 Mlnmli-r eon- Rheumatism PTOMAC1I TROmiJCS KlO.tfcV Ali-Mt-Ml faywood Hot Springs It cures, and you remain cured, we know, and you will. If you try II Considered tha greatest Kidney water on earth. Why not visit FAYWOOIp HOT SPRINGS first, ainca you will eventually go there, anyway? Large, modern hotel. Perfect climate, booklet. T. C McDF.RMOTT, llie laywood." FAYWOOP, NEW MKXICO. Reading Republic- Steel . . . Republic Steel, pfd. Uock Island Co. . . . per. easy; spot and May, 115. SOf? 16.00; June, $15.72 t 15.86; July, 115.72 15.82 i August, $16,754 15.90; September, 115.76 16.00; Lon don easier, spot 72, 8s, 9d; futures, 72, 12s, 6d. Arrivals at New York today 280 tons: exports so far this montn 11,008 tons. Lake copper, 16; elec tro'ytle, 16t16; casting, 18tJ) Lead, easy; $4.10 4.20 New York; London, spot, 16, lis, Sd. Spelter, steady; $6.75.85 New York; London spot, 26, 15s. Antimony, quiet; Cookson's, $8.00. Iron, Cleveland warrants, 64s, ld In London. Locally iron la steady, un changed. fit. Tonl SpelU. St. Louis, May 14. Iad. Steady; $1.07; spelter, firm; $6.72. The Livestock Markets, CMcas livestock. Chicago. May 14. Cattle Receipts 3,500; market steady. Reeves. B.luw 9.20: Texas steers. $T..7i ii 7.50; west ern steers, $6.00iSt 7.75; Blockers nnd feeders, $4.20 ft) 6.70; cows and heifers, $2.904(j7.56; calves, $5.00 7.6H. Hogs Receipts 16.000: market 00 hliihnr. Light. $7.50i) 7. 80; mixed, $7.3&SJi7.57; heavy, $7.857.90; rough, $7.3&(j?7.0; pigs, $5.00tf7.00; bulk of sales. $7.65 W 7.80. - Hioep Receipts 16,000; market slow, generally steady. Native, $4.60P 7 1,9: wrttfrn. 14.80(11)7.50; yearlings. Irt.OOfir 8.25; lambs, native, $5.90to 0.75; vvc-tern. $6.25W10.OO. Kansas City IJvestiX'k. Kansas City. May 14. Cattle Re ceipts 1,700, no southerns; market steady. Native steers, $6.85 ?f S.9U , southern steers, $5.25W8.o; souinern cows und holfers. j4.Zfinid.ao; naiivo ., ,i i,,.if..ri 14 mi fa H. on : stockers nnd feeders, $5.00W7.40: bulls, $4.75 (ci6.00; calves, $!. OOfc'8.00; western fleers. $.50 (je 8.70 ; western cows, $4.50 fit 6.50. , , illr9 Receipts 14,000; market steady to 5c higher. Heavy, $'-75 7.85; packers and butcners, i.aw 7.85; lights, $7.407.70; pigs, $5.75tf 6.75. ' . Sheep Receipts 12,000; market steady. Muttons. $4.50(ic7.25: lamDa, $7,004(19.55; range wethers and year lings, $4.50fr6.25; rangV ewes. $3.76 6.60; Texas goats, $3.250 4.00. BALDRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY Paints, Glass, Cement, Roofing and Builders' Supplies. THOS. F. KELEHER, leather and Findings, Harness, Saddles, J)cvoe Heady rnlnt, In Carbon Roof , Pulnt. 408 West Central. Iflfl FRENCH FEmAlt PILLS. A Kara, rami Rt iiv ft Romiura Mw MUM. mi KNOW! I Tl MIL. ,fH nr' r-.Tt HMt 'owl r MtitM H-.liKfc. iit prtkt4 1. Will !. ikawM trial, to b (aid fat fai-tltut tUftr,IMKl i iM .r ha. Will -1,,, 'n-.l. HmiuIm Vnm. ir tutu dntut( hara ! Mtrd TMir ordfll M tM 1 UWITt-D ttHCl CO., IW T4, LtMHH. IH. Hend your soiled clothes to The Duke City Cleaners 820 Vi:ST (iOI.ll AVE. Tha most up-to-date cUnnlng plant In New Mexico. Ontsldo Orders Solicited Dyes OF ALL KINDS, 3 for 25c n WilliamsDrugCo. IJIiie I rout. 117 V. Central. Which We Are 1-roiul to He A V Conduct A SAMTARV, HIGH-CLASS 11AKKRY. For Your Custom We are Anxloua, lttr Your Trade We're Striving Hard, VOl ll lATKOA;K and FAVORS w 1: hold in high mkuaud. PIONEER BAKERY, 207 South First Street. THE WM. FARR COMPANY Whsleaala and Retail Daalera la nil2.il AMD SALT KEATS rktnaagoa Secialt;. for cattl. and hoga tha blagast mat ket price ara pJ4. ! National foundry & Machine Co. General Foundry Work, Iron and Brass Castings. BABBITT METAL Albuquerque, New Mexico. 11. 1 . j