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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL -SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1912.
THREE STANDING OF THE CLUBS Nutloiuil 1cnguc, Xow X ill K . . hicago Pittsburgh 'inclniiall . 'riilaiiclpiua t, I.oiiis Irouklyli 'liSlllll Won Lost Pet. sa 3S . .701 . ...SI 4G ' .63S . ...75 51 .580 . .. .113 07 .485 ...02 00 .484 85 74 - .420 . . . .48 78 ' .381 38 8!) ,2!Kt American League. I'.ilStctl piir,tilclilUa hiciixo Detroit . H, I.OUiit. . . Won Lout Pet. !I2 37 .713 78 52 .600 78 54 ..Vil 04 04 .500 5U 72 .451 50 73 .13 1 40 83 .357 45 83 .352 It three straight with Huston after an other close battle. Curtis he-id the visitors down to one hit until the eighth Inning. Sciisull.uiul catching' in the outfield iu.,,t the runs down Two-base hits Cobb, ' Wcsterxll Threc-buse hits iivvllllng. Struck out Wolvcrton, 2; McCoi mlck, 2; Cruteher, 0. 1 use on bulls Wolvor Ion, 2; Cruteher. I. Time, 1:40. Only two Western e lied tiled yesterday. League gunics PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Seore: Drunk lyn . Hoston i liutterlcs: Curtis mill Krwin due, lionnelly und Harldcn. base. liitH C;i mplirll Honiu run Wheat. Cutshuw to D-iiubcrt. l'oi'duo, 1; Curtis, ! lYrdue, 3; Donnelly F iiineriin and liiglct It. H. U. !t 1 3 0 l't-r- Two- House, Fisher. lMitihlu plays l'ase on halls Struck nut 1. duplies At Lob Seore: Los Angeles San Ii'rilllelseo 1 iu 1 1 e 1 1 e; McCnfferty, Holes; Smith. Arlett and At Siieramento - Portland -Sin rami nio lioued; rain. It. 11. . 1 5 GOOD BOXING CARD IS ARRANGED FOR VISITORS ... i I i Marks l'.t i r . and name post- AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Western LoiUfue. Lit liver . . utiiiha m Ji Helm ica Moiins .illt'Olll . . nt'ii'hita . . iuiix I'H.V fjnfka . . Wtm Lost Pet. ...S3 57 . r, :;! ..80 01 .507 . 70 04 .543 ..71 Ofi .518 ..70 72 .4113 ..07 75 .472 ..05 73 .47 1 ..48 02 !343 AMERICAN LEAGUE WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY atlonnl ls-ague. New York at l'hlluilelihia. l'illsluirgh nt St. Louis. Huston at Hrooklyn. Clik-iigu at Cincinnati. America n Ijiikiic. Washington at boston, l'hlliitlelphiu at New York.' St. Louis at Detroit. Cleveland at Chicago. Western League, Omaha at Denver. Sioux City at Wlehitu. Topckit at St. Joseph. Lincoln at Des .Moines. NATIONAL LEAGUE Xrw York, 3-11; Philadelphia, O-H. Philadelphia, Sept. 0. New York m linl h en mux of a (loul)le-headei'. aing them five victories oil of six infests In three days. New York in the .opener by hitting lliNey's de- iw Hard in the third and fourth nings. Tcsrouu pitched in grand vie and, after the game, was crod J by the official scorer for u no t victory, although previously one i had been recorded against him. ic disputed play came In the first iii UK- Paskort hit a fly near the ill',. (in f,.l ta-ltb.l. KT..I.I-I.. .....I It'll Hn ran. Kach fielder gut under the i ll. I lien, fearing a collision, they iniiittod' the bull to drop to the niiiiiil. After the game the official mrer iJS rrscd his decision .en the ay iniil 'decided to cross out' the hit r pusligrt and give Mcrklo an error, t the latter said lie had touched the j ill when' he saw that Wilson would t run into him. The second game is hard fought, each team using liree pichcis, New York winning In if ninth on an error, two singles and sacrifice. Fust same Score: It. II. K lill.'idolphiii 0 U 1 w York .....3 10 Huston. 1; Washington, (I. Huston, Sept. 0. Joe Wood beat Waller, Johnson, winning his four teenth straight victory in u spectacu lar pitchers' buttle which Johnson sought in the hope of protect ing; his American League record of sixteenth consecutive wins. The lone tally came in the sixth j Inning with two out Speaker hit Into crowd in left field! for two bases. Lewis, next u. knock-' ed into right field for a double, u hard driver which Mueller was barely ublo lo touch, Speaker scoring. Wash ington hud more opportunities to score tliun Huston, but Wood was at Iho lop of his game in the pinches, striking out nine men. Johnson fan ned live, three of these being con secutive outs In the fifth. The sen ators filled the bases, two men being pussed In the third,, and Wood fanned Moeiler for the third out. Washing ton hud runners on second in the sixth, eighth and ninth, but they could get ho further, Wood fanning men for the last out on twu of these occasions. 1 Seore: r Boston '. ... 1 Washington 0 liatteries: Wood and t'udy At Minneapolis - .Minin apolla, I. Kansas City, 5. At Columbus do, 1. At St. Paul SI. kee, 5. At Indianapolis Louisville, 0. -Columbus, 3; Tolc Paul, 0; Milvvau---Indianapolis, 4; Charley Pier son and Al Smaukl iiig and Louis Newman and Eddie Gicgoiy to Meet in Twu Ten-Round Bouts, At era) :.lli I At SOUTHERN LEAGUE Atlanta, 0: Nash- Atlanta 1. Chattanooga- - Chaltaliuoga, At ville. At Memphis, 0. QUI E ARCHDALE IS WINNER BILLY BURKE H. K. 0 0 0 John son nnd Alnsmith. Two-base hits IWcIirlde, LaPorle, Speaker, Lewis. Double plays Wood to Wagner to Fugle, liase on balls Johnson, 1; Wood, 3. Struck out Wood, it; John son, u. I iiipircs Connelly und Hart. "Pop" Geeis in Race Featured by Close Finish,' Puts Gelding Across First; Cheney: .Beats Fast Field. Philadelphia, I: New York, 2. New York, Sept. 6, Philadelphia defeated New York again. McCon- nell easily outpitched t 'lit lib, but the breaks favi red the visiting pitcher. The New Yolks made only two runs on fourteen hits and six passes, and nn error by Collins let in one of the runs.' The Philadelphians won In the ninth, when Palter singled and Mr- Innes uttempted to sacrifice. Chase threw wild to second to force linker, i and When Lelivelt let the throw go ; through liiin, Baker scored and Me-1 innes reached third. Harry scored i Mclnncs, on u .squeeze play. Score: It. H. K. New York 2 14 3 Philadelphia . . 1 5 2 Latteries: MeCunneil und Sweeney; fBj Mnrnlnc Jnnrn.il Appfliil LwriimI Wlr.1 Hartford, Conn.. Sept. . " Pop" Goers, after playing in hard luck In two races, tarried oil' Ibe honors at Charter link park today behind Dudle Archdale In the free-for-all champion ship trot, lie won Iho big race, heail- I iiig Hilly I'.urke, 111" favorite, in straight heats. In the 2:011 tiul, which went to s'x heals. Cheney, a little mare driven by "Ja-k" Kh nilng, h'ad the courage and stamina to oiiiekiss fast coiupan. after making but a mediocre showing in the first three heats. d'eers, behind Anvil, bad two of Iho throe heats to his erod it, and v ben the was with in b and appeared free-foi'-al! to the stretch, but Arehdnle. In the il the d in was ceid- hit- Hattoiics: i'ixey. Nicholson, Nelson cl Killifer; Tesreau and Wilson, 'nick out Tesreau, 2; Itixey, 4; t isim. I. Double plays Paskort to Ullir. Hase on bulls Tesreau, 2; IY..V .1- VI..1...1. .1. V'.. 1 1 res Klein und Orlh. Second game Score: It. II. K. 'Mladclphlu S10 G Yolk 911 0 Batteries: Finneran, Mayer, Chal 'era ami 4MItiv KJMtfeir; MiliiliM, I'aiiilall, Mattu-vu-iHrli -nd --Wilsotir -ifl'iy. To base hits Muyuy, Mor-. ;". Jlillir, Walsh; Mang'us, Magee. ree l,Hse hit Snodgruss. Home run Mcrlile, WsOah. ; Struckgut -Mar-'laf'. 1: Crtindall, 1 Iiierii, .' t; ''Ver. 1; Chalmers. :? i.la'vi H'li lchcr to Itovle lii' Mai fie: Dovie f'l' lclicr p, tyorklc; cvi0'c'lfc-Wil-l,; Iiooin to Doolan: Luderiis to "llr,,f ' Walsh: 8ifcIJrr4itWq$o.vUv -ise in, lialls (ramlrrtf.!'' MDtJhew 1; Finneran, 2; Meyers, 2; Chal ",s. 1. Pinpires Klcm und Orth. Ciiibb and Lapp. Tw'o-buse Collins. Three-base hits Parry. Double plays Chase to Mc Millan; Crabi) to Collins to Mclnncs; Chase to McConnell to McMillan, Collins to Mclnncs; Harry to Lapp. 4 f Pase on balls McConnell, 5; Crabb, Z ; I). Struck out McC onnell, 0; Crabb, 1 empires Dineen and O'Hiien not his Louis. (I. 1'illslniigli, 8; st Lomi, Sept. . "'is well seultered while his 'ii'iniaios liit when hits ineaiii runs "l Pittsburgh made it two games In iiieensinn St. Louis, I; Detroit, i. Detroit, Sept. 0. Detroit could hit Hamilton, but after giving ninth basee on balls in the eighth in-' Junior ning he was taken out and Allison linislied. Score: li. II. K. Detroit 2 4 0 St. Louis 4 11 0 .V Batterif:' "V'ftea rty. f'ovlngtori and SutHiuge; Kmher; Hamilton, Allison und .KrlclyJI.. Double plays Pratt to Slovall,' j Pratt .t i AVolluce ; .'In ivetchelt; Lotnicn to Moriartty; Stan ce to Hiisht' llase on-halis--Hanillto'n', !(;. Whefitly. 4. Struck out Hapiil t'oji.'X; W'lieay.' 2s '('ovlngtoh,; 2. ft'm- fiires o'Loiiglilin mid Weslvrvtlt.' stallion went lann d raw n.l Itillv' liurki choice .in the the firat heat beaten .out by Ing hcj;i, Arehdnle and Hilly llurl.c kept y'Cbise. As the half-mllo was reached, Hilly Hurkr broke badly, be! settled down again and after closing up a wide gap. pressed Arehdnle lo the w ire, where only a few Inches si p u rated hein. Summary: llartsell, Championship. free-for-all, ?2,i00: DUllle .Memiale, won Huil.e, sei-oiul; iiaron May, Time: 2:00'. Capitol City, 2:011 Irol, purse 2,(MiH: Cbene', Won: Jlelen S'tlles, Second: Dakdale, third. 'JVme: 2;ln. 2:07 pace, purse, Jl.Ona: Won by Haron A.: Long'Worih I!., second; 1-al-die Dillard, third. Time: 2:"t4. 2:15 trot, purse $ l.tnMi, :i in 5: Won by Deiiehester; Miss Davis, second; Watts, third. Time: 2:ri U. . A tile suggeslion .of the got coiiiinillee having in charge Iho lei'tainment of the xisltlug deli lo. the three state' conventions week, Direilor .Mark Levy, of the Now Mexico Athletic club, lias arratigid in inn on a un cial boxing curd Wed nesday night, August 11, at the Klks' I theater. I Korlunalelv . il will be possible i'nv Levy, on short notice, to stage n.o j bouts thai should be good, in In. !, icla.'sy enough m make up for the 'a..: two cards his Hub has staged, which proved very disappointing to the lo. jcul fans. ! Dirci tor Levy nuiiounefrd last night jlhut he had signed Charley Pieisen, the "I' igliting Newsboy," of Dcincr. 'who is now in the city, (o box Al ;Smaulding, Ibe lucal middlew cc:li. and Louis Newman, formerly of hea ver, but now living here, and Kihho jtiregory, of lialliip, heavy liuhi I weights. ICaeh tif the bouts will be scheduled for ten rounds. Ph-rson baM a record as a boser that stamps him one of Jlie best ring 'performers in Hie west. Though a j welterweight, he has agreed to give liiway Ion pounds to Siiiauldlng, be j lieving he can beat him. Mi the mil ler, hand. Ibe local boy believes he is now experienced enough to go Into Hie 'ring against Iho best of them and win : v in the knockout route. , As for the Nevvnia n-( iregory .in lest; this should be a last and fiinoii one. (irogory has been clainoiiin, lo, several mouths to get it chance again 10 box before an Albuquerque audi ence. He has improved greatly In Hid past few months and lias been figbi ing on an average of about once month, He believes lie can Hike New man's measure. Newman, on tin other hand, doesn't think Hie l!,ilbii fighter will be line, Iwo, throe when it conies to boxing with him and ib -Hares 1'iat ho will make up for Ins recent ) r showing hero when ti .'tailed ten rounds with the Congo Kid, by mixing it with (iregory from the first to the last gong and puiMv aim away well Inside the limit. I'lei'son and Cregnry will train to gether. bcginuiiiL"; today. .Vowtmiil and Sum iildiiiK w ill ' occupy , the spine ruining quarters in their preparation lining- card. Cregory ; Is i-x- Ibe purse third. ll'M'land. .": ( hicago, 2. Chfeafto, Sept.) ' f.-H-Kl-roi'ii gave CloVc-iaiul today's itsinlii with Chicago utter eleven innings,; Jackson opened the eleventh with n pass, Lajoie sing led, Hiriuingliam hunted to lien, w ho tossed the hull wild to first, Jackson Cooper kept St. j retiring. Cranny sent a long fly to Lord, who made a beautiful running catch and then threw wild to third to cutch Lujoie, who kept on running Nun-; Louis . . ttshurgi, Patterii-x: r: Cooper ,s iJoiilin, ;h'rne. "JKni-r to Miller. '.ever. i; , 1: tieyrr, r Kiim.n und It. II. K. II 5 s 13 n tirlncr. (ieyer and Sn.v and Simon. Two-base Mowrey. Three-buse IViulde pluys Butler Huso on balls oper. 2. Struck out 2; Cooper, Johnstone. t hi, I'iiici II; ( iiit'liiiiall, .. innnti. Sent. fi. fhien irn won "I'hill b:ittlo from Clncitumtl to- V ''I U Hint li.it.n!,r i-i,,:!, TI. .. 1. ' onlrilmi,., lhl.t. ,.rrrs ths these coupled with three visitors, netted the latter aim ' by t, '"lis and put them one run to s'""' at the finish. ' Sheeknrd, ' lt and l'helan hit timely. Fromme " a run h I, i from second und scored. Another single scored Pirminghuiu. Score: li. II. K. Chicag 2 7 2 Cleveland 5 11 3 Latteries: Pen, und Klihn; Has kelte nnd Carisch. Two-base hits ISIrminghani, Weaver, Iinth. Home run Johnson. Double play Lujoie' to Johnson. Ilu.se on balls Paskette, I'm-1 3- Helix. 2. Struck out Haskette. 0; Henz, 4. I'mpires Lvuns und Lgan. MINOR HEIR BREAKS SPOILING NEW MILE RECORD FOR A TEAM WESTERN LEAGUE To ! hits ff It -1" H. K 15 ' over the, plute in Kihig Kiehie a buse "i the bases full. ni innuti the( on afii batteries hlP Hid H. K. 5 10 3 6 9 . 2 Froiune vend Melenn; ottir. Two-base hits Kvtrs. ' F.gan. Phelan. hilx Shet-kard. Besther. Irartt to Severold; Struck out Base on halls 2. Pmpires "'-base Pluys- '. Itichie, 2. frunune, lilehle. I'.vers. Criu.Ll... a. f'fookKn J...'. ", IttMon, t. -Brooklyn made ToM-ka, 10: Pes MointN. . peka. Sept. 0. Topeka won from Moines by bunching Northrop. Score: Toneka I 5 ft ono 40' Des Moines ..100 010 001 3 7 3 Latteries: Keynolds und Smith: Northrop and Sleight. Home run Sleight. Two-base hit" Gardner, King, ('.rear. Northrop. Pases on bulls lit-) Holds. 3: Northrop. 3. Struck out Keynt Ids. 0: Northrop, 4. I'mpires O'Toole and Johnson. St. JoM-pli. : Lincoln. 2. Lincoln. Sept. . St. Joseph gather ed twelve hlls off Hagerman and Wol verton and had no trouble defeating th locals. P. II. L . . 000 000 001 2 6 3 '. .5n0 ll" t'Oft 0 12 0 Hagerman, Wolvertoii CruUher and CJossette. Score: Lincoln . . . St. Joixrph Batteries: nd Carney ILtmliii, Minn.. Sept. O. liaeing the Ihree iiu.irlers in the remarkable time rtl 1:32, Minor Heir. I:5X 1-2. today spoiled a ehance of breaking of 'Hie vvorld's mile record of 2:04 3-4 iS.ri a pacing team held by Hedgewoud Hoy and Lady Maud ('., when he broke 250 yards from the finish. His team male, tieorge (iano, never list bis slride, however, and the team finished the mile in 2:01. Heeuuse of Minor Heir's break, the Judges re fused to ullow the rec ord lo stand us official. Daxzle Patch, a son of Dan Patch, world's greatest puei r succeeded in lowering his own world s record for a 2-year-ol, half mile puce, going the distance in :5S 1-2. Diarrhoea is uivvuyH more or less prevalent during September. He pre pared frir it. Chamberlain's Colic. Choleiu and Diarrhoea Kemedy Is prompt and effectual. It can always be depended upn and Is pleasant to take. For sale by all druggists. peeted to arrive the first of the vv c -I; from Winslow, Ariz., where lic'.notv it localcd. i 4. FINAL MATCHES TODAY IN GOLF TOURNAMENT Denver. Sep;. n. L. I). Hiomlicbl, of the Denver Country club, and M. A. McLaughlin, of III- Colorado Coif Hub, will tomorrow' battle on the Miiks of the Deliver Country club for the amateur golf championship of 'olorado. In the scmi-linals today, Hroiiilleld dereal.'d .', W. Maxwell, 5 up and 3 lo play, after .Ma.wvi II bad beaten A. Foster, 3 up and 2 lo play. MeLaugh- Amer. Sill, A Uefg. pfd American Sugar Kciinlng. . Amerleaii Tel. ,vi Tel American Tobacco A nacouda Mining Co . , Atchison Atchison pfd A tin in ic i 'oast Line llalllinnre vl- Ohio I'ethli hem Sloe) Hrooklv u Itiipld Transil Canadian Pacific Central Leather 1 1 liesapcu he A; ' mho i 'hicago ( Il eal Western . . Chicago. Mil. St. P i'hlcHgo ii Northwestern.... Colorado Fuel ic Iron 'Consolidated Has urn Products Delaware & Hudson Denver .v; Ho, tlrande Denver .vi lilo Crande pfd. . . Distillers' Securities I h ie jKlie tsl pld , Krie 2nd pfd lieneral Lleelric 1 1 real Northern pfd (Ileal Northern ere Ctfs Illinois Central I nleiiiorougli -M et 1 nterbornugh-.Met pfd I titer I larv ester I iiier-Marlne pld International Paper I nierna t lonal Til in I Kansas City Southern 1 .aelede ( las Lehigh Valley I.oulsv illo ,v Nashville Minn., St. P. & Saull Sic. M . , Missouri, Kansas & Texas. , . .Missouri Pacific National riseull National Lead Natl. Hvs. of Mexico 2nd pfd. New York Central Ncvv York, t nit. & Western . . Norfolk & Western North .American Northern Pacific Pacific Mail I'ennsv ivania People's i las Pittsburgh, C. C. V St. Louis,. Pittsburgh Coal Pressed Steel Car Pullman Palace Car Heading Ilopublic Iron Sice) Itcpllblie Iron .t Steel pfd Lock Island Co Hock Island Co. pfd St. L. San Fran. 2nd pfd.. S"uboard Airline Seaboard Airline pfd S'oss Sheffield Steel & Southern Pacific Southern Hailvv, iiilliern Hailway isee ( upper , Paeilie. . I 'licit' ic .... Pacific, pfd. . 1 OK .1211 .114 .271 . 45 . HIS . 101 ,112 . HMi 'V, . 3!i-v . II I , .27 3 ',, 30 ' . Ml ' , , IS-V, .Hill ', . 1 3S ' . 33', . I45'3 . 15 'V .HIS 2 1. . :; s ; ;; l ;, . 'Il'' . 1 S I., ,13s . Hi', .12!!', . I!l' . r.(i'3 .121 - H"i . 15 q . 20 '.a . . ton . . I li , ', ,.1112 . . 1 HI . . 2N'.j . . II . . I3S ', . . 0 0' ... , . 2!"i .115 .. 3?i . . 1 Hi . . SI , .127 '4 . 31 . . I23'. I Hi S . loll . . 21 cant garnered crops contribute higher vlcbls than anticipated a iortulght ago Willi those yet to lie gathered corn and cotton giving evidence of astonishingly good prospects. The clop situation Is such as to generate optimism, the influence of which on trade are apparent all over the west. Jobbers of dry goods liave enjoyed .1 good bouse trade despite the hoi! days, visiting buyers sill! being In evi dence. Load sales are larger, while buslin-ss for spring Is opening In a good way, 1 1 u s i n . ms failures in Ibe 1'nllcd Stales lor the week ending Septembi i "lb, were lot, against 22S last week: 1!M In the like week of lull; I 7:1 in HHO; CM In Hoi'i, and 10 1 In Pumiioss failures Mi Canada week ending "'lliM'.-ida.v 1 1 1 1 1 ' luainst ::;, last week and 22 like week of last year. Wheal, including flour, from the t ii i ( ill Slates and lor tile week eliding Scplell aggregated 4.4M.O'iN bushel.. 3,5 Li.l :: I bushel last w eek, 0 23,2 1 3 tins week last year. Corn exports for the week 202. against 2'.i,H5ii busln Is I no! 2ll.25!i bushels ill 1 :' 1 1. I ons. for tln ar 20, In Ho exports I '.itiiida Ho r .Mb I II U.I I list and 2.- a re ist I.' Dun's Weekly Review. 1 ton . Pld Stales Stales Stales Stales 'upper 'are Heolly. . . Huliber. . Steel. . . . Sleel pfd. ( 'llenileal . I'cnncs Texas I'nioii I "nion Hinted lulled Pulled lulled Clan ( Virginia Wabash Wabash pfd Western Maryland . . . Western I'nioii Westing house Klcetrio . Wheeling Lake lOrle New York I li bonds dor par wllh a lower ol In r issues. Toial s i I were $2,005.(100. I'nlled Stales government Were nucha llged on ea II. Total sales for the day, shares. . Hi 7 . Hill SN ' 2ti 5 1 5 5 .111 ;i . 211 . Ml', . II . 23-'h .171 r's . 91'. a , S 3 . 51',, . 1 7 3 ', ,113 , l! 5 '. . -I I! "k 4 ' . 1 I . 57 ', . s 1 ',11 . SS agan '1.1 5 ',, iin- teudeney In , par value, bonds 252,000 New York. Scut. .- U. V. I'mi ,V Co.'a Weekly Hev lcvv tomotrow if say : Coniluuiius advance In i ratio .nth liv Is Hie tenor of the reports from Hie nrhieipal manalaeiurliig and di-- iributliig cenlcis l Ills week. The ad vance is both in actual volume of 1 1 an.-. o I ions and in that confidence which ii Inspires the basis of Ileal! h? bllsllles.". Hank clearings mi August gained -t.i. per cent nvc r last year. while during Ibis week lliev increased 1.5 per eenl over 1 It i I and 1 7.0 per cent ov or I '.' 1 o. The ev bb nee of these clearings Is con lirmed by the current railroad gross e. linings, which show a gain of lis per cell! oV or 1 ! 1 1 , Kai.s of mono) are hardening Ii all parts of Iho world, a plain lc piiiue In the greater inoveim-nt ol Hade and commerce and the l.iggci deinamls of new enterprises. The re markable consumption of Iron and copper products continue to thopoaii of aeiual capacity and all Ibe prin.-i pal Industries show satisfactory con dlllons. There continues an unusual demand for Iron and steel for the season of Hie year with iudicullom libit tin direi tlv i bulk of proilueiion Is going into consumption. The Metal Markets. New York, -milliard spiil Sell!, li. Coppf and Seplember, iher antl No electrolytic, i 'it I 7 Ts ; caslln: . Hi m $1 7.2 iiil.v (1(17.75; nil $17.25 'ii 17,50; I7': lake, I Vs, 'ii 17 ; casllngs, 17 fif 17',,, Lead, slrong. $ I.S5 'u 5. (to. Speller, firm, $ 7 .25 'a 7.50. Antimony quiet, Cookson's, ,$S.I5.' Iron, slrong. unchanged, liar silver, 02-'; Mexican dollars 4S Arrivals of copper iu New Yolk to day, 2,'.ia tons. KxportM Ibis 1 1 1 i ti 1 1 1.772 Ions. London copper; firm-, spi City Sash & Door Co. FIKST AND I.F.U. I'JIOXK 4I0. Oiposlto Santu l'e J'relght IH'iMit. Manufiielurori ot Sash, Doors, Frames, Mould ings and Interior Finish. Samplo lino of fine oak venoer door in stock; also Interior hurdvvaro fin ish to match with oak or inaplo. Porch swings, (3.00 and up. Window frames, J 1.25 and up, Alt business done on a small ituir ln and mitlsfaction guaranteed. WM. F. OHLRAU, Mann aer. is Jtf15T i A State to be Desired, But how can you expect it When with baking you arc tired'? Why not Solve the Problem Now While those t ired feelings lurk It's Easy, when once you know how, Let the Baker do the Work Pioneer Bakery 207 South First Street Preston Auction & Sales Co. If you want to buy or sell let us .gnrn vvMh you. Hoods sold on eoni nlsslon ol our sales room, 122 West sliv er. YVo p n k and ship furniture, uciion noli, es laler. l'lione HIJ. Boston Mining Stocks. lilt dot'caied W. McCartney, 2 up, after .McCartney had won Iroiu C. K. Cates, 2 up and 1 to play. ISroinfield' medal play in the semi -I ma Is was in, and McLaughlin's was 80. l.tngoy for the course is S2. TRADING IS - STEADY ON NEW YORK EXCHANG E EAST MEETS WEST TODAY FOR GOLF SUPREMACY in ml Activity-is Shown Specialties with Quiet. Deal ing in Leading Securities Tobaccos Show Increase, .Mloiioz Amalgamated Copper. . . A mil. Zinc, Lead .vl- Sin . Arizona ( 'oiuuierclal . . . . Hos. ,v;- ('orb. Cop. & Sll, Cap mi ! K Arizona Calumet ,Vi llecla ( 'eiiicii!'.!.,! " Copper Hange Con. Co. blast Hutle Cop. .Mine. . Kianklin Ciroiix Coiisoliilal'-d . . . ( i raiiby ( 'onsolida led . . (Hcciie Cananea Isie Uoyallc (Copier) . . Kerr Lake I a'(c Copper I, a Sille Ciqipcr ,'tliami Colqii-r Mohawk Nov ;ola I 'olisoliilaletl . . Xipi riii'-i Mine- .- Nor! h Initio Koith liUe. ... i i 'Id I lomiliioli ( IM cola , '., mince I ti ' Ml 5 5 0 21 5S I :t I I i 7 -1 1! 50 l o s l 'i ' I -1 0 'I Til; futures ?!; 12s, Oil. l.oea change sales, tin. 25 Ions, Local sales exehange, 50,0011 i London lead, 22, 2s, lid. London spelter, 20. 15s. Hon, Cleveland warrants. (' l.i uilon. ex St, I.oiiN . LoulS, Sept, II, $7.25. Speller. - Lead, iamb spel The Wool Markets. Host on Wool. Huston, Sep!, (i, The Ci Hullelin will say tomorrow: I InslneSH In I lie I loslon win has fallen off sonievvhul Ibis comparison wllh the last 1 1 1 1 mniereia I mai'kc Hf-ek b -c or I III ni . Wllealon. III., Sept. . The easl will meet Hie west tomorrow for the nattonnl amateur golf chamiionshii. Charles K vii us, Jr., of lalgewater club. Cliitago. wtsVern amateur cham pion, holder of many course records and Joint holder with Harold Hilton of the low modal store in the quali fication round of Ibis tournament, will play Jerome Tracers of l"ps-r Monti l.i ir. X. J., Metropolitan cham pion. Iwiee national champion match nlavtr iidmiltod lo be the strongest in this country. Tracers and Kvuns both are scratch mt n in the national handicap list. As usually treated. a sprained ankle w ill disable a man -for three or four weeks, hut by applying Cham berlain's Liniment freely as soon as the injury Is received, and observing the directions with each bottle, a cure can be effected in from two to four days. For sale by all druggists. and one I Results from Journal Want Ads (fir ltlrn!nff limrnitl Hiirefnl I.rniril IVIr. New Vork. Sept. ii.--The movement of slocks today ran largely to speelal liis, with virtually no change in most other Securities of spec II li I i v e Im portance. I'nili-d Slates Sleel and the coppers Were little lliot'e 111. ill steady. Some diversion was nguln furnish ed by Hie tobacco group heea use of their exleiislve gains on relatively large dealings, but these issues excit ed only passing alleiition. The f.-rliiiz-er slocks, notably American eoltoii oil, made smart advances. I lib In in Steel and lit publican Iron were strong, tile aeeoinpatiiinenl of another upward revision in the schedule- of linislied iron and steel. The bin I. warilliess of the coppers ilouhthH I'.atl some conned ion Willi (In: drop in Hon melal abroad, In get her with report that the state ment of Hit- I'i -mincers' association for August mat show a large Inert use of supplies. Among the less conspi' nous speei. lilies. National HiseUil. Central Leatiitr. it'iniiion and prefiircd, and A mi riean Linseed rose from i lo 2 points. The las! two li.tiir,; t . . I . . were t ii.ilacli ri il by absolute ilu i lia and another advance in ea!! mm.' - lo 4 pt r cent. The itialkt t olos.-d lo iv y. Corel. -ists point to a cash loss bv Hie banks of only J ::"".""". as against eslt-ribiv 's cliiu,i le of alums! I iloultb- that amouri!. A'nalgantated Copper s" .shun ti Superior. . Siijii-i ior t Tamarack . . v. s. sni. i !'. S Sm. Hcf. A: I I. ill Coiisoliilatt II. ill Copper Ct vViuoii.i Woitt line. . . .- . Huston MUi. - Mill . . .Min. tl I . . . . . :it 5 ' ' . I'd! .ilt , .: fdi .' 1 '-i . 4 ti H I 7 42 4 5-'i 50 I., 1 I "1 be. read. ' llllo Weeks. V'ieW'eil In luge, ItU'tiliesM 1 1 1 u lacliiiers have be mosl anything in Ibe level of values pn ago. Transactions ol the IMint j 1 1 ; 1 1 1 .-ri Hot , graded ami oiiginal lo oil lols of I'leece (t.ml llcf tuiols, wherever di-alir;- foiind I hey could formef? commit ineiil Hie liglil of an nvc oil. .M.iiiii lo buy ill tl wool at valllm' a vv t -I, invohcl lib sea It ami ,- ! i . 1 1 i ba V t lloll Hi, I SI. steady, iliums, I s m 20 St. Liiiiis Wool. Louis, Scpl. li.-- 'i . Tel 1 1 lory ami v, t 2 I 'ii :r, cents; lino cents; line. 1 ,1 'it I V I .Murk I'-iii ni no til i ' i Ills. III! New York Cotton. Chicago Board of Trade. I oi,t iloVVl IH-I. ('lib -ago. Sepl. il.- -Wheat pro day made a lew low record ft season, Un cents a bu-du l. lice tleliVllV. Tile mal'licl suffered the pressure (f 10 n west. The liitesl rules t etllie of 12 lo ' ..lit -longs kept llji a stciitlv ilaHllg sales as a I'Miil .'I.OOn.ooci bushel- ..I in born 111 llged toil. IV iu and 1,500 In. lib il i ar- w to arrive (,f 75 boat lo hoard sales or 75 boat h ami the engaging of u-i (III more loads, failed I. more than feeble rallie. fluctuated betWcMi !ol-"- am ei nts, closing sli tidy, Itul fit olf. a! tin '-j Hi " cents. I'nlll eiosed "n I I lit tloW ll lo up. (lots t losed firm Horn las! lev e. lo ' 'il U cent below . Al tin- eipl provisions wei cents doVV u, to ,1 cents up. es toil- Ho -Hi Hi -1 I rom loq l h I a ib- Whe.lt lire of liquH of winl that v vv lo-at h.n! ,M i li Ilea e I is 1, s. -heihlleil ills of wheal ails of vv Ileal si I room foi bring aboil! Ileii'm! .or I Ii I ' , cent tt-nl night's New Vork, Si il. losed steady at ; HI iiolnis. lo-l gain -.VI., Ik, of rroi II The Livestock Markets. flpts 4 hicago I.IvcsIik !,. ( 'lllt'llgo, Sept. li,-- I '.I I t It--- ); 2, 'mo; market sii-a.lv. Hi t v.-s. 5 o lo.7o: 'I'exas nleerx. 1.75 i!..".ii; west ern sleers, $.v.Kf !t 15. stock, i-; and f bis. $1.25 fa 7.15: rows, and loil- els, :!.(IIH( ,S. 1 0; calves, JS..",lli IJ mi. Ilog.s Iteceipts O '.oii; marl.. I slow, a eenls higli. r. l.i; lit. ."n w :t.o5; mixed, 7.!io i n.o.i : lu.ivv, 'a -S. 70; lough, 7.i;5'o ,.'..'.: pigs, 'i S.2"; h'llk of sab s, K.h.o;, S.I..1. Sheep Hcc.'lpts IJ.iimo, slrong. Native, :i.40'n 1.05; wr !.r.iif.i t.75; jt'itrliiigs. 1 oo'u la nibs, iia live, $ 1 . 7 o 'ii 7." : vl ' 1.75 'u 7.20. 1 1..-1 el II, - I' I n. I FRENCH FEMALE I PILLS. 4 sF.r CBnTitit llioti. for St i-fti-ti. Mnwmmtm. HIUCV IHn-ilM Til tll. Haft.) S'lti-! S..rilt I S.tla- ra i-.iii .iiitii,i,-t-l i l M-IK'T ll.-.'miili'1. Si-tit trf-j,.lil tr KI.IMI tMit lMt. Will I lltfiii.fl trl.l.t" Ii. I iil Irtr fthoi trlli.tetl. S.iiiiIp Stt-a II Juui Oei(Jal tlue. Bat rta.i- tl i .-iii oiiir o.iltTi L tINITID MCDICai. CO., BO. T4. IftNUt.ir., Sd l6uaro. bv I. H. T'i t M.a1. I ll.N'A AM) Sdl'OllIUI At TOMOItll.i: LINK. This serv ice acl ially saves traveling nun one day... I'ally Seliodulo; Leave Hocoriit '.1:00 il in. rrlvu iMagdalciia 5 00 a, in. Leave Mag. lab na .2:30 p. ill. rrive Socorro ;i:H0 p. in, I'ni'c: Due w.-iv, S,;I.."0 ; itiuuil Hip, tili. oil. ( iverlainl t ars. ) l( IMM', At luMOltll i; .Si ). S'l IU (T'loN CO., Ma-dab oil. ,. M. to Hnd jour solii'd clothes The Duke City Cleaner Jill V 1ST .OI l AVf.. Tht musl up lo-dats clumlng plant In New Meiieo. OMi-Jd rderg Kollctttwl fi BALDRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY aints, Glass, Cement, Roofing and Builders' Supplies. . LEROY YOTT T, Ii, r of v i.'lin, 'lial niony and oiml. ipoiul. Il.itn-.oliv lau-'.lil iu l.i.-. . Sludio: ".It Mouila.v, ctlip. Hal ncll HI.!,', -.lav ami Saiurdav, ,o to I :;;il. Phono 1287-J. P.O. Box 107. I I - l t.ll (Carrie I . S Al III Mail). l.i xi:. t-av i' rri v i ( bit ago l.itt-lot k. Kansas City, S'pl. 0. ' -Hlils 1,500, IrpluiPiig Lotto rns: initi ket sltady to .-tr.-n liv Ann l ie. m A mel i . 11 A merit a n A merit a n Amerit an A merit-H n Ami l it an American Airei P-rin Anitr. Sm Agrieult ma! . I In ! Suga r , . Can Can pf.l Car .V KiHintlr Cotton nil ... . I eta Securities . Linseed Lot emotive . . . . . & l:efg . 7 4-"-i ::!i 1 1 x 'i f.o , . 57 t. 2tt. It'. 44 . S 3 i Bradstreet's Weekly Review. V Ik Si will -a at. .-- Hradslri et's ,, I pl-ases n vi.id inar i pp. ars In i, ml iiatlc h. Ciimula l.e the or- New I l.lllol I 17vi rv prost '-tint ill lies its t th e Hh n-.-Mi tier of the day. , The quit l.i long Impulses of bet ter things lire extending to seelion that heretofore have been relatively backward and what is most aignlfi- Jti. ''i ii.r 5 'n 5 ",0 'a I M.5" 0; south. 1'5: nnt.v steers, Stel-IS. $4.21 heif. rs, :: Ip-ifiis. $::.25'u s.5ii; si... 1. ftatrtlers, $ 1.50 'ii 7. 25 : bulls, 5.25: calves. $ 5. on n 11.00 ; sleers. J 5. .Ml 'u '.i.Oe , w eslt -ru tS.2T.it 5.50. He SOU 111 ... .Vi lli! ht-l I i w s n ml vvs and r. anil ( l.ioi .1 IV l-Slel ingestion ii ml A linlbiliiiii. It Is not the iiiantit.v of f 1 taken but tin- amount digested and assimi lated that gives strength and Mtulily to tlm svslem. Chamberlain's Stom al li and Liver Tablets Invigorate the stomach and liver and enable them to perioral their functions naturally. For ulu by all druuijlsts. s , V:i Arrives I. t Auto rrival of i'li re. on I fill lbs bageag. up to I. Count ill K. I'. Ho-vvell .ai lin: :llll ,'. ell r i 0: ! o a, m. .1:25 p. in. daily .... s 45 a. in. . . '. 2 : ti.l p. in. until lo do a. in. for ,v S. V. nam No. .1). $ I n. Hound trip, 1 1 X. baggage earned free; excess :;.",n .i-r 100 lbs. Ilag-gaRu .'.mi lbs. carried, lit. lis mailt) at Vaughn wllh ,v S. ". and Santa l-'e trains. Aulo to.. lto-ell. Owners, ion Ian-.. Vaughn, Agents, - 4M I Hudson for Signs f Wall Paper HUDSON for Picture Frames Fourth Street and Copper Ave.