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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1912.
A A A. A 7 i STANDING OF THE CLUBS "lit Klnsellti, II; balls- Kinsclln, ,' Tbomas, ; Tliomas, Nnllonnl Loan it e. Won Lost Pot. York , 97 4 4 .USS I'hicn'-:" S7 f4 ,li 1 7 piltsbunih ....... S8 f.ti .11(16 Cincinnati ' 72 72 ,60ft Philadelphia ...... 67 74 ,475 fit. i.oiiis '. . -'. . . . 5:1 K5 .41" jirnoklvn .14 '-SS .3S0 nosinn .....;.. . i ... 4 7 !i .321 American l.cngnr. Won J.ost Tel. nostoil . ... , US 44 . t. It 0 WiishinKtnri -. XT'' .1 .fill" Philadelphia . . .sr. r,9 . r,;o Chicatto ,7ft 72 .4!t Detroit . . .. ........ OS 71! .472 Cleveland 68 TO .472 New York -.4S 93 .34 0 fU. I.niiis . 4S 114 .33s Western l.ensiio-. Won Lost Tct. Denver 94 63 .04 Omaha !' 7 .574 tit. JoSopil SS "(II ..Vl 8 Des Moines 77 77 ..ri0ft Lincoln 77 81 .4111 Sioux City ......... 73 so .477 Wichita . . . .7.1 S3 .474 Topoliu St 1(14 ,32S M. tlncili. 7; )cs Moines, O, St. Joseph, Sept. 23. Johnson was Invincible while St. Joseph Unite. I Fu ller hard and won. cVore: ):- H K. Des Moines .... nun nno o10 0 II St. Joseph ...,120 li no 40 7 13 3 nitttorlos: I'.iber and sleight: Julm son and Cossett. Throe-bas,. hits lleilly, ZwiUhiK'. Hossett. Two-base hit Watson. (Stunk out Johnson, .1; Kiiher, i. Has.. hulls Johnson LIWCOLTJ BEACHEY IS NEW HIGH RECORDS TO APPEAR AT STATE FAIR Greatest Exhibition Flyer in the World to Appear in Al buquerque in Place of Chas. F. Walsh', AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Milwaukee: Milwaukee, oa polls, 9. -No other names scheduled. S; SI In- I'athe Weeklv. rysta WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY Xnlionul I.i-ngup, St. I.otiis at llrnoklyn. Chira.yo at Philadelphia, l'iltsbui-fih at New York. JACK JOHNSON TO -fight inn I I.lnenln Ite.lehev lannvn fislhnm I. est exhibition flyer in the w.irl.l, and an aviator of international reputation, bavin made flights in this country and Knrope, s (otnins to the New .Mexico state fair, filling Hie entswu nient of ChurleS !, Walsh, of the Cur liss people, who have decided to send Heai-hey instead ,,f Walsh, because the latter has too many enaKeim-nts In the east. Albiniueriiue tpeni!e will be inter ested t.i see IN aehey since he hai: b .11 much in the press reports of late, making sensational flights, at ChioaRoj toe pasi lew days, (inly yesterday an Associu t , Press dispatch in the Morn- United States Steel and Amal gamated Copper Sell in Large Volume at Advanced Prices; Activity General, the fours ma .'!' I ' Tut . I sal sha res. advance 'i and the I'ana , -per cent. for the day, 41 I.Otbi Boston Mining Stocks. IN AUSTRALIA X, w American 'l.cnjtue. York at Huston. Western 1, ensue, Denver at Wiehitn. Lincoln at Topeka. Sioux City at Omaha. Des Moines at St. Joseph. Black Champion Announces He Will Accept Hugh Mcintosh's illK form Journal told -.1 by Lincoln ' "pi imks" hey at the per- fill- ' ' ' Offer of $50,000 for Battles in Antipodes. Two LINCOLN m: IIKV I'lylii" In n Curtiss lliiiliine in Which lie Will .i.e i:bibilion I limits in . J bli, in. i .iie October 7 lo 12 Kiiriiii; Hi. Slnle I all-. NATIONAL LEAGUE ISruoUtyii, 7: St. Louis, 2. Hrooklyn, Sept- 23. Knetzer was In Hood form and had St. I.otils almost helpless in a drizzling rain. C.reincr was taken out of tin- box in the fifth, when he hit Knetzer with a pitched ball and was found for five singles. The one run scored off Steele was due to an error. Score: Lrooklyn St. Louis Batteries: Knetzer and (Ireiner.i Steele and Wins... base hits Moran and Wheat nut Knetzer, S. I'mpirt and Itifiler. n. H. k. .7 X 1 . 2 r. 3 .Miller; -Finnornn n.iston, 7: ('iiK-liinad. (!. Boston, Sept; 23. Boston bunched nine bits in the seventh inninu' today, scoring nil its seven runs while (.'.Mucin nmi cjild only make six tallies for ill.. i.ritM-n iii.tr.,. ll Ibn lnM.o.-i .l-.i'. ers but lies made lit least one hit in the seventh inning and all hut Hess! nnd Kirke scored. Score: 11. 11. K. Huston 7 12 0 Cincinnati ij 7 4 Batteries: Hess and I'.arlden; Surks, Works and Severold. Two-base hits llljr M.irniiiB .l.mrnal S-n I.p.iki-iI Wire.l Chlcugd, Sept. 2:.'. Final arialit;.' nients for the proposed heavyweight I c.ji.Mijii.iiisiiip m.'iien oetween JacK jonnson ami ."-'am l.ansfoi.l. to be stayed In Australia on boxing (lay, I e ceniber 20, are expected to be made tomorrow, when W. C. J. Kelly, rep resentative of the Antipodean club, seeking the bout, returns to Chicago from New York. Johnson said toninht that he ex pected to siun up with Kelly tomor row and in all probabilltv would leave Chicago shortly for Australia that he may have fine lo become acclimated before tlv battle. When Kelly was In Chlenuo a week ajjo he did not approach Johnson be cause of the hitter's bereavement, but left word with tile champion that he would talk business on his return from New York. Kelly said he was authorized by Hugh Mcintosh, the Australian promoter, to oiler John son $r.0,000 for two battles, this amount to include the training ex penses. At that time Johnson inti mated the purse was satlstaetory. When asked tonight if the match was agreeable to him, Johnson hinted that he would ask for more money. Kelly, when here, said that .Mcintosh would go no higher than the original offer. I Cago aviation meet. The av iator, dress ed as a woman, did some sensational flying, diving straight downward in an aeroplane lor 3, (bill feet and then with her arms off the levers and her skirts fluttering; about her face, Hying as low lis ten leel over the bend's of the thousands of spectators assembled to sc,. '.he flights. The "woman" was Lincoln Iteachey, disguised as Mile. Claris.. Lavatcur. In a letter to Frank A. Stortz, secre tary of the lair associalioii, the Cor liss Kxhihhion Company annoiineof thcir decision to send Keachy in place of Wal.-h. The letter reads Mr. Frank A. Stortz. Secretary New New York, Sept. Kith. Mexico Fair,. Albuquerque, N. M. Dear Sir: Wo beg to ad ise you that We ha e nwiv.ru d Lincoln Beachcy u Imake flights ftt your lair, and wo an. 'cilclosinLi herewith some c.. i.e.! ... n-j. , paper articles on his flights. in getting Air. Beachey, you nr.- get ting.he. best .exhibition flyer in the world. Yours very truly, .7 10 i;i ).1 K S. FAXCll'I.l.I, . Vice Pres. & (leu. Mgr. Mt Mnrnlnff Juurunl Kprrl.il Trimm Wlr 1 New ork, Sept. 23. - Some now i high records for the year Here est.ib-j lished today on the stock market I'niled Slates Steel and Amalgamated! Copper touched high marks uiih oth er Issues of less prominence. Trading was again heavy, though under last Friday's total, but the rise was sev eral limes checked by obvious profit-! taking and further bear opposition, The bear element from all account" I has been largely eliminated, and no small part of loday's advance may lie reasonably attribuled to outside origin or investment demand. The market derived some encouragement from last Saturday'!. relatively favorable bank statement and further uol.l en gagements i.bioad, 2,"i0a.'uia being taken in London. Other news of thrt day contributed to the movement, In cluding; an announcement of an ad vance in pig iron and advices from the west which dealt with flic traffic situation. Apparently the movement of. freight for Hie next few weeks will be limited only by the avail. ible sup ply of railroad equipment and sh'p-p.-rs of general merchandise are com plaining of discrimination by the rail roads In favor of coal shipments. Best prices today were scored in the last hour. A ma Iga mated led the rise j to the rtccomraniuient of a report I'rom Boston that copper was sellin; All. .lies A malgii mated Copper . in li. .Ine, Lead iV Sin A rlona 'o.nin. r. ial , Bos. Curb. Cop. Si i 'a linnet A lizona . . Calumet ,i Heela Centennial Copp.-r Kauge Con. c, F.ast Buite Cop. Mm,. Franklin ilronx Consolidated . ilianliy Consolidated . t ' recite I 'a nanea Isle Bov alio ( Coppei l . Kerr Lake Lake Copper La S.i lie ( 'upper M ia ml I 'opper I Mohawk i Nevada Consolida ,, d . . INIplssIng Mines j .North Butte I North Lake tild Dominion i Iseeola I ii 1 , I. M-j IH'j NEW YORK NEEDS FOUR GAMES YET TO CAPTURE. FLAG N.-w Yolk. r the Nation, eheduleil fur lo arrange for ibe Id. l.nl le vv i lll.lt bv thai , iinuelv Known w b.i e eniHendel s, pl ol iii a lion. 1 1 b ag ue r.u e : mathematical cert; 'I lie New rk i ; itir games lo a-uie le I he i juincy . . . . Shannon . . Superior. , . Superior -Tamarack . r. s. sin. i: f. stoll Mill. 1'. S. Sm. Kef. -I'lah Consulldate I'ta h ( 'opper ( 'o. Winona Wolverine Min . Mill pf.l. S . ::i' 4 1 L' .113 Mil nil , 4 .". 1 .. I I:: 4 7',. Ml'., J I i, i... I the N.ill.-n:. oaiy vv.i' I anee hi i ul'i meets w 1 1 1 toi ies m i r -ii i si touet hei wil ll I in ca.;.. I" I'bll.ob l New Yolk l.lt . liant.- i Inch t be the .11.1 of Ibe w leav e ,M il lie gel .0 i I'll w Willi W.'.-lt's itll.-rval '.et.Oe 111. Series ill VV llii !l lo lei 1,1 le.ell hum tile Miaill el Tlie Boston iiici pennil 111 i ll II, bed, h prepare t,.r lb, wo file Uleclblg , omini.-.-iion id.iy in this city I Id's -el les VV 1 1 il llllie It Would be I .lobs would 'l will find Un til! nnd. i i, led to IlitV . ants now tied (hem positively .in b pennant, and vv. n thai a-.; Ion FRENCH FEMALE PILLS. 7M CmTi Km., brKi TfiiniHM.MTnifm I NCVIfl (NOWN TO rill. "' H.,r-1 R,r s.o.. II U I ..ii i.iii.rma l .i. Hr.il... Sr.it pr-imd 11 r... i M 't H,. H ill rn.l then, n t. b fialil for II In n r-ilrr.... Ham..!.. . I T f uur druu.l ww Mi W H n' .'',li..iii ...tut t.iiii wr.ltr la th lu J UNIT PMCOIOL CO ,.?, ll.lim,H. f Sld AlbuomtoH kv J. H Of lilt C .3:00 a m. .5:0(1 a. in. .3:00 p, m. .3:30 p. ra. round trip. a 1 n .il vil1 in-, ill Willi '1..- lo Treasury Statement. Hie at lb, fraction over 1 x poinis 1. Kqiiipm.-iit i.sMi, -s and the Hill stocks w.-re 'in. demand,' but Heading and Lehigh valley were un der slight pressure. Call money open- oil at 4 "4 per cent, witli a slight increase of supply. MMnn- money j rates fell back slightly on the iin-. proved banking" position and lighter demand. Acceptances of coniniefciii I. paper were larger, west, lions absorbing a consid lime. Amalgamated Copper , . . . A mei i.-an Agriciiltni ti I . . American 1 '.eel, .Sugar . . ... American Can .'.'..' Can pf.l '. Car A Foundry. Cotton HI . . jt... lee Ma'Ciirllii'S. -". Linseed . . Loconiotivii l. . ... H: Hefg. . : . . , Washington, i ginning of busines! lion of the I'niie was: Working balance tics, $MI.H2(i.r, 1 1;. 1 In banks and I ' j $:s:i.. I i;s,7:;2. I Total of the genet l.'l.'ll. i l.'ecelpts were. Saiiirda I lslil einenfs were. $2. a.'..'., The deli.it to dale this fiscal year, $in.nr,.".471, against a deficit of this time last yenr of J 1 ll.-f 7 1 . 1 1', 7. rbese figures exclude I'anania cana and public debt I ra nsacl ions. Era! ea raiisiis si (;i).i.i:x. ami socoimo .MToMor.ii.i: 1.1x1:. This sorvlco act'iallv saves traveling in. n on,, day... lnl,v Neliedulcj i.eavo Socorro Arrive Mug.lalena ',' Leave Magdaletiii Arrive Socorro 1 lire: (In,. Wa.v. Sll.olt: S(i,.Ml. (dverlaiid furs.) Mcinl .-TOMOIUI.K CY). M ltl ( Tlo ., Magilnieim, y. m. BALDRIDGE "LUMBER COMPANY Paints, Glass, Cement, Roofing and Builders' Supplies. ' l LCR0YY0TT lolm. hainiony and I l.i 1 inotiy taught Id T.acher of Connie, point, .'lasses. Sin. II..: :tti liiirnetf ltl,(. Momliiy, Wcibicvda, Minl Siiturilnj 2.:to 1.1 i::ti. Phoqe 1287-J. P.O.Box 107. A nierica n A merlcan Amerlean American American A m.-rien n Amir. Sm ru In.' rrnhle littl- I v.l-l, I" . I II ' -I ll'i 24 'i 1:2 1, j:l 'By Viiunun," Italian scenic. F.gan, llouser. Three-base Ibblitzel. Base on balls H. I'mpire:-- Owens and llrennnn. Chh ago - Philadelphia game polled on account of rain. hlt-ss, post- Xew York-Pittsburgh game post poned on account of ruin. i.adii s: If yon miss (he polling you'll vvi-b you hadn't. At die inisf. displii v I l-Viuio- i N.-w pictures. Pastime and Crystal. MINNEAPOLIS Ml S M'GOOHTY MAKES FLAG THIRD YEAR T HOR WORK OE AMERICAN LEAGUE No Ranir-s scheduled yesterday. JACK HARRISON WESTERN LEAGUE Lincoln, C; Topckn. 1. l.incoln, Sept. 2S. Lincoln won from Topeka by bunching hits on Cochran. Turkey wns effective In the lace of poor support. s"ore: ,n. IL E.' I-lncoln 200 000 1.V C 8 4 Topeka 000 001 0001 7 2 Batteries: Turkey and Cnrney; Ciichran and Smith. Two-base hits Jicrghanimer, Barbour, MeLarry; Turkey. Struck out Turkey, 1; Cochran, S. J'ase on balls Tuckey, 2; Cochran, 6. Omaha. 8: Sioux City, 3. Omaha. Sept. 23. Omaha landed hard on Miller and Campbell and won the opening came of the series from Woux City. score: Omaha Sioux City wineries: Bills, Fugate and Johu 'nn; Miller, Campbell and Chapman. o-i,aso hits Coyle, Bills. Sciinlon. J'nse on balls Bills, 2; Miller, 4: nnpncll, 1. Struck out Bills, 2; Miller, 2. empires Mvers 'c-Biiinls. Oshkosh Middleweight Knocks Out British Champion in the First Round; Mike Gibbons Outpoints Tommy Maloney, IN SUCCESSION American Association Wind? Up Playing Season of 1912; No Thought of Expansion of League, pfd. , i-fYtitngj I . . . . i . i,r,i IBy Mnrnlnic .Tunrni.l Mpeolul Lrntral Win. New York, Sept. 23. K.ldie .VI e fioorty, of oshkosh, Wis., who daims to be the tnpnotehcr among; miildlc vv.dghts, added strength to li s argu ment tonight when he made short work of Jack Harrison, champion of lingland. who holds the Lord Lons dale belt. After knocking- out Dave Smith, til (B.r Morning lonruul Snrrlnl Lranrtt Wlrv.l Chicago, Scot. 23. The A.oe.iei,. association today closed its regulni I'liiy iliB season with a game hei vv eel Minneapolis and Milwaukee. Minne apolis, champions for the last two sea sons, clinched this year's pennant sev eral days ag. . As to any possibility of expansion of the league during tin coining year pr.sideiit Cbivingior said: "Wo are salislici with the circuit and have no intention of invading Chi cago or any other city. However il ioe major leagues extended Hon to lis. we will Consider 1 he btq there so. Invita ma Iter champion. In the first I '"'inn done. ins no likelihood of thh n . . .021 101 30 N . . . 200 (100 0103 Fti- and hit all the only Wichita. 3: licnvcr, I. Wichita. Kept. 23. Although '"!-. Thomas held D. iivt r safe 'he Wa.v today, a wild pitch in inning Rivins them their "'re. Wichita bunched hits on Kin 01 a and earned every run. Hughes holding featured. .(,!, Wifhlt; Ii-tiver I'.-iti P. II. K. ..001 oil no 3.10 2 . .100 000 OHO 1 12 1 i-ri, n k ....... u ..-,1 fi . ... ' 1 m , in. ...oils. mseli,, and Plrck. Two-base hits ""k, M,.,., Davis, r.ilmore, Pettisrew. 1 be unofficial standing at the end of the season 'I cam ,,,,,, .Minn, ap.dis 1 n;, Australian round at Madison Sq e C.ar.bn three Weeks ago, tonight he knocked out the British champion in 2 minutes and 5a seconds. Tile men weighed in at 0 p. tn., at 100 pounds, but at the rings .b- Mi Ooorty weighed Hi;". nnd Harrison 103 pounds. Mclioorty opened up with a right and lefi to the face, then stagger, d I the Knglishman w ith a left hook In I the jaw. Keeping his man continu ally on the defensive, he sent rights and lefts to the head, and alter smash ing right to the face and a right up percut under the chin, he hooked Harrison's jaw with his left, sending him down for a count of nine. The Fnglishman got up groggy and Me- (ioorty, after landing three lights and 1 "' lefts to the head, with another 'elf ; Mnrr I HUMF-HriM lIH Tided.. Columbus . Kansas City Milwaukee ' . St. Paul . . . . I.ouisv ill.. . . , 1 11 . 1 in 11:1 polis . lis . to. . r, ii of the f'ollow.- LoM on 1:0 1; s :"i In I I 1 2 or I... Diarrhoea is Always mor. prevalent during .September. pa rcu lor it. Ohaiuborlain'.s C Cholera and Diarrhoea Homely .i,,,.L mm eirectiial. Jt can ulwav be depended upon and is pl-is -rt I take. Fur sale bv ,, druggiHis hook put him dow n again for a count j of nine. The same blow a few 1 i. nds later sent Harrison to the floor for the third tittle, w hen he was count- ed out. Mike Oil bons. the St. Paul middle- weight, met Tommy Moloney of thiSj city in a fen-round bout tonight. It; was Malomy's first appearance as a iniddlew e ght and the match ap-j I.eared to be simply a boxing lesson . with Oibbons as master. He allow. -d I Malonev lo hi,,, on suffran.-e. and !' looked as though the St. Paul lexer j was holding back to avoid a knock-. out. I FOR BOSTON AMERICANS h.i Boston .-In! re.' t today a.' in I. ague. I. 'lining d. m- Head Aches? Co To Your Doctor "fidachu J I .... Bili,. "nc. tieaaacn. Headaches. CwHptiotv " t PUJs. I'oi ten. S, pt. 2::. The turn.-d h. in.- from ih.. , i.pions ..f th,. Am. ri. cue of the gr.ati.-t we!. . "'uaiii in ever accorded an alhieti, t'-am in this city. Ilrcn , row, I lined a mi!,. ,,f city sire. ts through which the plains passed h, a uiomolii to Boston Common, where the vvel, .,,, was loinu.li.v made. .1,, Hi , the welc.im.. wis ol'fi.-nl ils well at Popular. Mayor John F. Fitzgerald presided, and Ri,ve the keys of lln.t city to the team, no 111. ml. ,1 ..f w hich ow 11s Poston as his home. Headaches. Biliousness. Constipation. Ayer's Pills. Biliousness. Constipation. Ayer's Pills. U VOW ifnrtn. ..... IL!. !. .11 ...l . - - rignr, renvemner it I - Biliousness. Constipation. Ayer's PiUs. J O knrO . l..wr;l. Mub llelail.-y Mia. I. CI.-'U l.in.l, t. haul last rounds, O; Cleveland, tonight w de. ision .,V.-r "I te be" Aug. bs. Tb.- lids, fought at close ouarl. riciitci. vlt.-r 1 w . i v . Dela He; i's award. Pleat... , fen I hi Till IS nearly ; lime, and tin rounds 1 tided loll fierce in ih" li mix-ups. 1st ,1 th. f Los ithts II Ih. thr llier. Sm. Bef.u Xmci icnn Sugar (I America 11 Tel. - 'I' American Tobacco A naconda Mining Co ... , tciilson Atchison pfd Altantic Coast Line Ha It ini.ire r, 1 liilo ..... . Pas- Bethlehem Sleet I 'rook ly n Bapid Transit. Canadian Pacific Central Leather Chesapeake .vi ( thin . . . . Chicago Or.at Western. Chicago, Alii. St. P. . . Chicago ,t Nort Invest, rn lorado Fuel .H- Iron . . . Consolidated (las 'urn Products Delaware & Hudson . . . Denver .vi Bio Cirande. . . Denver .vl- lUo (Irandr Dislillers' Securities. . Brie Frio 1st pf.l Krie 2nd pfd Ceiieral Kleclric .teat Northern pfd treat Northern ore Off: Illinois Central Inlerborough-Mcl . . Interborough- Mel Infer Harvester. . Inter-Marine pf.l . I ntcriia t iona I Pap International Pump. . . Kansas ( Mty Soul hern . . I.ticle.le Has Lehigh Valley Louisville & Nashville . Minn., SI. P. & jiaull Ste Missouri, Kansas & Texas. . Missouri Pacil'lc Xalional Biscuit National Lead Natl. Bys. of Mexico 2nd pfd New York Central New York, (int. & Western. Norfolk .Vr Western North American Northern Pacific. . . . Pacific Mail I'cnnsy Iva nia People's c,as Pittsburgh, c. C. & St. Pittsburgh Coal Pressed Steel Car. . Ptiliirau Palace Cat . . Beading liepllblic Iron & Mtecl. Bcpiiblic Iron - Steel Bock Island Co Bo. k Island Co. pfd . . St. L. San Fran. 2nd Sea board Airline , . . . -tea board All line . pjj , . -loss Sh-ffleltl Stee) A Southern Pn.'lflc. . .'. . southern Hallway , , . , Smith, ru Jiailvvny pfd remios-eo Co). per rVxne V Piieilic ''nion I'acifi,- 1 "lib. 11 Pacifi;- pf.l . . . "nip .1 Slates l.'eally. . I'nil.-d Slate). Bnbber. . n't, .1 Sta tes Steel . . 'nile.l Slates Steel pf.l . I'tah Copper . . . . . . . Virginia Carolina I'h-i Walash Wabash ,fd W st. 1-11 Mary 1.111, 1 .... W. si. rn I'nioii , W. "ting house Flo. 1 110 he. iing- a;- Lake Krie The bond 111,11 k, I wns broader . 1 .1 '. 4ii ., S 7 b. . 1 us bo . I 2 S .-H.-.'a .271 . 47 .10! . 102 'i .IP! .lu:l . 4l- . ill, .27 0 . M . 1 7 ' : , HIS b. .14 1 . :i7; .117 1 r, 170 22 1 . ::ss n 1 .., Mcsilla Valley lair. 1 Id. 22. - At the be- Account of M osl la Vallev Fair, lo 1 today the condi- lie held at Las Criices.' N, -M ., Sept.; " ' .. . ".",' ', ,1 States tieasmy :';,Ui to 2 .Mh, Santa l'e will sell round 1 tWWMrWWiWVw( 1 rip tickets at one ami fifti, r.irc Relieves CATARRH off 111 H'casurv of Hales of sale,' Sept. '2 Bli to 2Mb; fin-! lWtM,J .". 1 thO . ai rcinrt. limii, sd-t. 2:kii. ',' J4tr BLADDERS, "'" ,,v"s,,,v' p. J.jnn.v.'b.ix. Agcni. !;;JfiX and all" f.: ..I f .111.1. iis.4i7.. ZcuWiMs S Discharges !n n-i-os mnrj inir. t w.liff!'?-. I " , s..s;.-.sh.. Ml "'.'"-.itey i'alr a,ul ( irtMj 124 HOURS . 1 1 01 1 1 1 e i s r.v nmi; 11 1 10 ,, 11c, at w '(B I II 111 I , i-i 1 Boswe,,. n. m., oc. ,s, , , UnJi2JW r:t'(f-' I''c will sed round, trip tiek. js at one ? u """"".''''' N.' i first-elass faro. Dales f sale, Sep. VvVVVVWVyV j ..'III IIIPI iIOIM, (IIHI I M I, l.'l llilll .l, ( ( lilllitt-tl In irUirtl, Hi!, ,tll. j "I 11 I I I II I I I V l I V A ...... r I -- , . j Hrnl your chthj to jnl f', 5 . The Duke City Cleanr Wi itCC ttO WFST fJOI.I) AVK. j & fjIShk fV- j Th nunt up-to data ulwinlnjt J 'gZf"??- "-r" I idunt in New Miie.o. i $ aWi jftfj ( Oni.l.lf Order Htr!t j W J-3 jj WAflrinESM ; ll J I SUNPROOF kh, u 'Jm i Chicago Board of Trade Chicago, S,-pl. 2:1. - Increaslni; m-lvs of wheat proved loo lunch id burden today for , rices. The mar et closed weak to a shade to ecu! net low, r. Tinders took duo notice of the fact thai within the last few dafs nearly a million bushels had bebn added to the amount In store In Chicago. In t Ins connect ion weight w ,:- also given to big increase In the 1 ed Slates' visible supply total. :i,H. ,1011,000 against 71.000 bushels de crease for the eorreponding time a ee.-ir ago. World's shipments Wen large, as expected, and r Ipls norlh- West of her continued far In excess of In with Wln 'd gain In itio figure 1 2 month' nlpeg prediction of a .1, morrow. F. il ecasls of rain, snow and eoi.l in Ibe spring crop belt afforded ainniii llltioli to combat tile wheal bears, hut Helling pressure became pronounced as the sess'on ncarcl an end, De cember ranged between !'l ' and !H ni h final sales 0 1 i f a shade. cents w net loss Corn finished i d '', 'n down. At the end oats were off ' 'it " cents. At the close, provisions varied HO cents decline to 2 bj cents a.L ill Paint Is equal to mil pn.nt old In New Mexico up to this t Hint. We ur cloning it out at 1.76 per KHllon, which below eot, to tnako rooru for n new linn. Pun Proof retails In eastern cities at from 12.215 to t2.Gi) ir gallon. TUB KI I'F.ltlOll MMIitlt Jt MILJ, CO. A State to be Desired, 1, i. to The Livestock Markets. K club' Pet .:,i . .", !l I ..".o: .471. .4'il ,:i:t i ..'Li:; Kansas City I he insas- ( Mly. Sept. 22. .(Mio, Including Stock. - Cattle- - Bc 2.IUI0 soulh- SteCI S. 1.2;', llcifcl'S, hclfelS feeders, calves. $r,.;r, i, C.lpll criis: niark"t steady. Native $t'k.00if( '10.7.1; roiilhcrn steers dr 11.2.1; soiilhern cows and J.'l. .101. .1.110: native cows and $:i.2r rn S..1H : slockcrs and $4.r,o ii, 7.':,; nulls. $:i.7!i .i.oo S5.no ffi !).."i0; v.-esi. rn steers. 10.00; eastern cows. J.'l. ,10 (n ti.Oil. Hogs Beceipts, 4. .1110: slrong lo .1 cents h'gher: bulk of sales, $s.t1',i R.'fi; heavy, $S.4 0 ',i s lif, : packers and batch, -rs, 4S.45fi-K.i.i; llglils, Hs.r.ici S.7.1; pigs, ii.2." ifi 7.21. Sheep Beccipls, IU.OOii; mntkel 10 cents lower; muttons, $ li.f.fl li 4.4 0 lambs, $(l.oo li 7, .1.1 : range wethers and yearlings. I. no 'i o.r.o ; range ew es $2. .".a Hi 4.21. Stale a Billiard 'I' 120 West' leav il'i'. die. is 'i K. liel a lly hi; laliv.' issues Total sales. I2.4i0..ieii. I', s. :'a hr, holng per d. ( Iin. .1 . . . . r, i .... 1 1 , ....is:: ....112 , . . . 47 . . . . Bio 1 2 . . . . 20 ';, I'fd 0 1 ! 121 20; r . . : 1 1; r, "7 ' . i 10.1 'j I 172 I 1 , V " yearlings. I. HO 'i o.r.o ; range ewes i 'j., - $2.10 Hi 4.21. I .'i ; tldii t'lilcngo f. I ".lock. i, Chicago. Sept. 2:!. Cattle-Be- . Ti. eeii.l., OHO- Klea.lv to 111 cents, XiU, down; beeves. $:..Mii It.liil; Texas J . ,'- , steel s. $ l.(ll .:!.": IV.'Sli I'll Hteei'S. I - : . : : : : j '. -- " ".r.. " t t QtMfimM H'.gs Beeeiots. 2S.U0.I : market HTfl i' JF' VB f J .JM J& ViA stonily to shade higher: lights. H.25 II 1 '.-,, r? ti3$Lr fT 1 ZZ-4 I ' '",,,, . .M: mixed. SK.Hi',, s.sj i... : heavy, H j.- fA 4;3'mihi TT'-" ':- rAr''! :, l7.noi 8.7.1; rough, Lib, s. I o ; plgs. U .Jujl P 40 hulk of sab',,. SS.2.V I fei&T 4.4: west- rn. Li-lot. l.-io; y. at- B- '1)JMnW fr. Affiffl "- ..i?' -, ;M New Cotton. mMll I New York. Sent. 21. - O , unlet: K ! iniiddling cplanls. ill. s.i: m'. Idling f A terT jfi'T"'' , "Ij.w ' ToSVL (gulf. $12. Hi: sabs. f. s bales. cJZjZLJ ! The Metal Markets. II J New York. .-.pi. 21. -Copp,. firm: U ! Mae. la rd Hp..t to November. $1 7.2-1 ( II 17.7.1; eleelrolv lie, 1 7 b. fi I 7 "vi cents: II I'ake. 1 7 i 1 7 cents; i f I ti -. IT1, II ''.(17 'i cuts. II i Tin. dull, spol, .101i.1ii.fi.; S. pl'-m- j b.-r. .In. 1M.4'i; 1 1, -toiler, pi.t.o. Bar silver. f,:t-'', c rils; .Mexican ,bd- j lars. 4 x 1 j c nls. 12 St. I.ollls Spi lt. I. m I.1--1,; yi. 1 is. y, pi. 21.- L.ad sleadv, I 14 I .'.. no '.i .1.02 ; speller. 7. 1 7 i 7. I ' H nnd! I ' SI. i oui- AM h.I. I St. Louis. Sept. 21 Wool slia.B; II territot v a -id w est.-rn mediums. 21 'u j i ' ... - . . r: , . n.. . ' IH - . I ,11, .... o I , -. -., ..in-.., . I fin.-, i : i, 1 7 ids. i LsnaBEDBD A National Foundry I & Machine Company j General Foundry Work, Iron and Brass Castings. BABBITT METAL. ilhiinnprnnp Nipwj Moyfrn """"1 1-1 v.. ...v,n.uv . i Uut how can you expect it When with baking you are tired? Why not Solve the Problem Now While those tired feelings lurk It's Easy, when once you know how, Let the Baker do the Work Pioneer Bakery 207 South First Street Montezuma Trust Company ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO. Capital and Surplus, $100,000. INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS. MAIStN & WILLIAMS "W.'SSIpT" :, tils for Arizona nnil New ible Ml';,'. Co. Wtile for prie Silver Ave. TABLES and Xlco f. le rins iurri ir.0 'I' III" Kansas City and plan ot selling. lliii.ticr.i:e, . M. . ....HIS' n.ui 20' -; '1 0 .1', 2S'i 14',., .1 :iiii; ,11', mi .... :.:i 112', 11'.. r.Vi 4 1; u, 2.i ' u 17,'l'j :. .' T 'h ......in;, .; .'ij al 1. ',, j 4 :' I I I 'j I i flic spccti fiadc.l In. yt .a-'atcd li-nl Repeating Shotguns Trap shooting brint;s out the shooting- qualities of a gun as nothing else. Winchester Kepeatino; Shotguns last year won both the Professional and Amateur Season's averages.' This shows they arc reliable in action and close, hard shooters. These qualities make them excellent for bird shooting, especially for the quick, fast flyers. Winchester guns are well built and finished and will give good service for years. They are simple in construction and. operation and made to separate readily into two parts without tools. Sold by dealers everywhere at a istoderate price. Send postal for complete illustrated catalog. Winchester Repeating Arms Co., New Haven, Conn.'