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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL; FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1912.
'i 1 i T B W Bwa BT wK Bwa ' BBW . BB - v m w h n - e h a X - ' STANDING OF THE CLUBS National 1 .ensue. ; Won Lost Pot. New York 103 47 .K5 Pitlslurr,h !-' fid .CIS ChieiiKo DO 59 .fiH Cliicliiiintl 74 77 .41)0 Philadelphia .. 73 7" .4S7 St. Louis 63 i8 .417 lirooklyn ........ 67 Hi .377 Loston 50 1 0 1 .331 American League. Won Lost Pot. lloslnn 1 04 4 .6113 Washington !I0 (10 .BOO Philadelphia 89 Ul .503 Chicago 71 . 77 . IKO Cleveland 7 1 77 .4 30 Detroit ! SI .460 .St. IjouIw-. ... M 100 .343 New York . ... 50 100 .333 WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY Xatlminl League. Philadelphia at IJoston. New York at Lirooklyn. t-'peii', dales elsewhere. " Anieiliiiii l-cnyiio. 'Cleveland Ml SI. Louis. ChicHfro lit lietroit. WHshliiKtoii lit New York. Huston lit Philadelphia. NATIONAL LEAGUE e York I: llrouklyii it. New York, Oct. 3. Ituekei' pitch ed ureal hall uKiilnxt New Y'ork, hut lust hi the ninth when Stontfol let "Wilson's single so through him anil two runs were scored. Miller spiked Doyle. .runnliiR to second In the ninth, but Doyle continued to piny. Score: It. II. E. New York 4 X 1 Jtrooklyn 3 13 4 Latteries: Demiiree, linder, Tcs reiiu nnd! Meyers; Uueker find Miller. Two-base nils- Moran, Wheat, Huso on hullsOff lilieki'r 3: Under 1; Do mnrec 1. Struck out tty ltuekcr li: Deniaveu 1. I'liiplres Klein uml Orth. Phllndi Iplllll li': liosloll I. Pulsion, Oct. 3. I'hilailelphla won today's gnniu. lioth Huston pitchers were hit hard and there was much loose lluldinn- Score: Philadelphia .-X U oslo n It. It. 15. .13 17 1 4 0 6 Uatteries; Nelson and Walsh; Dick son, Donnelly and dowdy. Two-base hits l.uderus (2), Ma gee. Wulsh, Do lau, Klrke. J Ionic run Campbell. Untie on. balls off Dickson 1 2); Nel son (3), Struck out liy Dickson 2: Donnelly 2; Nelson 1. I'mpires Kason and Johnstone. Wet dround hlcao. . Chlcnfto.' oet, 3.- Chicntfo-Pltts-hursh game postponed; wet grounds. AMERICAN LEAGUE Huston IT; Philadelphia 3. Philadelphia, Oct. 3. Boston hit tile ball hard here and won from Philadelphia. Wood, who pitched eiKht InniiiKS, settled down after the third innliiK, when linker bounced the ball through the score board for n home run wllh two liases occupied. Only three hits and no passes were secured off Wood alter-the third session. Hull finished the (,'ame in Mood style nnd during the ninth inning no uttempt was made by Cady to prevent the home players from HlciilifiK two liases. Malhewson and Muru,unrd, of the New York (Hants, witnessed the contest. They taw the liostonlutis put up a poor Melding game, but the visit inn team hammered the horse hide viciously. In the fifth inning. Drown Mave live bases on halls, Lewis drove ill three runners besides himself wilh a home run, Cady u"d Stuhl each doubled and Wawher singled, the Inn ing netting eight runs. Score: Itoston Philadelphia It. II. K. ,17 17 4 5 !t 0 Latteries: Wood, Hall' and Cady; Urown, Pennock and ICgan. Two-base hits Sluhl, Cady, Wood. Three-base hits Walsh, Knglc. Home runs--Lewis, linker. Struck out liy Wood 5, Hull 1; Pennock 1. P.ase on bulls off Wood 2; Hall 1; Drown 7; Pen nock 3. t'nipires Kgan and Kvuns. Wanblnton I: New York 3. New York, Oct. 3. Washington re mained In second place by defeating New York. Johnson outpltched War hop and errors by Williams let in lw of New Yolk's runs. Williams, hon evt r, retrieved himself in the ninth inning, when he tripled and scored the winning run on Micklfl's error. Score: It. II. E. Washington , 4 11 2 New York 3 8 3 Latteries: Johnson and Williams; Warhop and Sweeney. Two-base hits Shanks. Three-base hit Williams. Struck out liy Warhop 2: Johnson 2. I'mpires Hart and Dinecn. Cleveland II; SI. I.oilis Hi. St. liiiis, Oct. 3. Cleveland lilt the St. Louis pitchers hard and often, while, th'j visiting pitchers were ef fective In all but two Innings and Cleveland won. The fielding of Austin and Jackson, and Johnston's batting featured. Score: Cleveland St. I .on is . P.atterleM II 11 6 liaskette. Steen II. K. 15 2 X 2 and O'Neill;, Weilnian, Powell and sen. Two-base hits 1-ajoie 12, ton, Pratt, Williams. Home Coinpton. Struck out l!y Steen I; Powell 1. empires O P.rien and Con nolly. ltaiii at Detroit. Detroit, Oct. 3. Detrolt-ChictiRo game postponed; rain. It will be play td tomorrow, it being an open date. ere t ? ? I i ww PABST TROPHY II Driving a Mason Special Car, Jersey City Entrant Finishes Far Ahead of All Other Con tenders, IDjr Moraine Jniimnl Xprrciil IhhI Wire.) Wauwatosa, Knee Course, Oct. 3. Mortimer lioberts, of Jersey City, N J., today won the 220-mile Pabst tro phy automobile luce wilh a Mason Spec'al car, over the new Wauwatosa road course, afler a Held of eight starters had been trimmed down to three by ' minor accidents. Kobel ls' time was 3 hours, 45 mlnues, r3.71 seconds, or ;in average of ,'iS 4-.i mile.' nn hour. Harry llnsline, of Chicago, with a l'"a! Special ciil, mushed second, and 1 1 it I Chandler, of New York, driving a second Fat car, was third. The two lust were many laps behind Koberts uml finished after darkness had fallen over the course. Harry Kndieotl, of M uncle, I ml., driving a Mason Special car, romped away wilh the 173-mile WIscons'l. trophy race, wilh but one contcstnni against him after the fourth lap Three Mason Special cars wire thi only starters In this race. Kndlcolt's time was 3 hours, 6 minutes ;ind 44. 78 seconds, or fi!i ,'t-C miles an hour, deorge Mason, of Ma son City, la., finished second in tin Wisconsin trophy event. Mason was nine laps buck of Kndicott. Hughle Hughes, llh a Mercer, and Dick Pidleli, Willi a second Mercer, furnished the pace foi the half of the Pa list trophy race, but each hud mechanical trouble that put him out of the r ice. Wm writes nea rly w oi si , A. Allen, Chacon, N. M., "My wife had a cough Ihnl choked her to death, tlx 1 ever saw. We tiled every - thing we no good. mid think of but did her y good luck I happened to get a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound and it helped her at once. It is the best cough medicine I ever heard of." J. 11. o'ltielly Co. Adv. Special Train for Sport Writers. Wnshlngton, Oct, 3. Arrangement's have been made to run a special train between New York ami Huston each night during the worlds cham pionship series for the newspaper re porters who ure expected to be on hand to report the games this year in larger numbers than ever before. Joe S. Jackson, president of the liuse- ball Writers' Association, tonight an nounced that a special meeting of the association would ln held next Monday afternoon at 5 o'clock at the Imperial Hotel, New York. Tickets for the series would be distributed at the hotel named at or afler li o'clock a. m., Monday. j. 11. K. Archer, merchant of West over, Ala., states: "My boy had u severe attack of acute bronchitis, so severe he could not get out of bed for a week. The first few doses of Foley's Honey and Tar relieved him, and before wo had given hhn the con tents of one bottle, he was well. Fo ley's Honey and Tar Compound is kept continually in our house. II Is perfectly safe and effective." J. II. O'lllclly Co. Adv. Autos for Speaker mill Dovle. Chicago, Oct. 3. Tris Speaker, cen ter fielder of the lloston Americans, ind Larry Doyle, captain and second baseman of the New York Nationals. it was announced tonight are the re cipients of the two automobiles award- d nnnunlly by a Detroit manufac turer, to the two baseball players au- ludged to have been the most useful lo their respective teams. The players were selected In a vote taken by baseball writers repprt the ldg league games. mail who Mbite nml AYIiilci's Ih-uw. ItatonXN. M.. 0. 3. In a here lonlgUt that waN fast and us, tietween Frunkio White, of bout even, engo, ami Jiil '.u liners oi nils lightweights, thelioiiors were the referee calling the contest a draw at the end of tell rounds. A good-sized crowd witnessed I lie bout. Md'iirlniiil to ISox Alliens. Cleveland, Oct. 3. Paekey Me Farland of Chicago, and "Kid" Al berts 'of Perth Amboy. N. J., tonight were matched to fight twelve rounds here on October l.Slh before the Cleveland Athletic Club. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE At San Francisco Score: IvOS Angeles San Francisco Latteries: Torer and ley and Auer. It. II. R. 3 12 0 4 5 3 Drooks; llen- At Portland Score: IL II. E. Portland 2 7 1 Oakland 5 S 0 Latteries: Kifhner. dregg and Fisher; Malarkey and Mitze. At Los Angeles Vernon-Sacramento (Came postpon ed: wet grounds. Two games today. Results from Journal Want Ads BY MORTIMER ROBERTS EVELYfJ IV. PACESTHREE TtiS WILL DECIDED STRENGTH FIVE HEATS IN PARTICIPATE I PREVAILS OW RECORD TIME TOURNAMENT EXCHANGE Champion of Year h Her Class Adds New Laurels to Envia ble String t of Victories in Race at Columbus. (By Mornlnf Journal SimtIhI Inarrt Wire Columbus, Ohio, Oct, 3.- Kvel.vn W the champion pacer of the year, met Karl Jr. today on ihe Columbus track In a race that brought a new world's record for the five heals. Knell of the contestants did a mile ill 2:Ul'.s. Ihe one by Karl Jr. belli-: the third of the lot. The sc on, I nnd fourth heals were In fifth In 2:04. The former flve-h made by Minor Heir Terre Haute In I lion. Evelyn W. was th ind the al record and The Ki was I ut favorite. week Karl Jr. starlcil ag.ilusi her and was distanced. Toda. he never made a break and did not show blin telf tiring until after Kvclyn W. had carried him the first half of the fourth heat in 1:00. From that lime on, the supremacy of the mure was plain. Iter only break was in the third heat, Loss K. taking Km I Jr. the l irst hull if it III 1:00 '.3. Independence ISoy. pac ing right behind Ihe two leaders in ho first heal mot uilh mi accident af ler passing the quarter post that end ed his career. The bll-hnul pastern ,vas fractured, and an ambulance was Used lo get him off the truck to his stnll. Jusl a week ago The Kol 'haiilpioll of tile free-for-all set, died here. lion Zolock, In a five-heal contest captured the 2:14 trot. I'.elle Ashland. Ihe original favorite, look u record of 2:10. when she won ihe third heal. Italic, first choice for the 2:'i7 pace, met stubborn opposition ami was not finished. Summary Free-for-all, purse $l.200: VV. Won; Karl Jr., second; the Kv. Sir lyn it.. third. I lest lime, 2:01 2:07 pace. 3 in i, heals, purse 1.200 (unfinished) : I la be and Ty Cobb each lave., two heals, and Waller Coholu .me, .' Sixth heal Friday. Host time, 2:0 4 Vi. 2:0!) trot, purse $l,20o: lien Zn lack won; Miss Davis, seoond: Miss Directed, third. Host lime, 2:01) ',1. DOYLE'S INJURY NOT CONSIDERED SERIOUS New York, Oct. 3. Larry iToyle was spiked In the (Hauls' game with lirooklyn today and followers of the .Minimal league champions were the anxious seal at once in fear oil Ihe injury might be serious enough lo keep the dashing captain of the iliants out of the world's series. It was soon learned, however, that the spiking was a slight affair and tliyt Doyle would not be Incapacitated-. Manager Mctlraw hud his regular line-up on the Held today and the teinil wllh colt pitchers in the box, ex cept at the finish, won the game from lirooklyn. The only veteran of last year's world series missing was De vore. I'urns played loll Held. The Giants showed belter form to day than in most of their games this week, playing a steady game, but as a whole did little nl the hat against Uueker. Murray and llcrzog, however, showed effectively wilh the stick. CHANCE DISPOSES OF HIS HOLDINGS IN THE CHICAGO NATIONALS Chicago, del. 3. Frank L. Chance, manager of Ihe ChiV-ago National League P.aseball club, today aniioune- ed he had sold bis stuck in t In ( 'ubs lo sbiirgb. he gol did not is bold- Harry Aekerland, of Pit Chance refused lo say what for his holdings, bill said he lose any moiiev on ihe deal. I lugs of the Chicago slock ninoiinled to about 10 per cent of the total and Chance has said he considered the securities wotih fKO.lioo. Chance de nied that he Intended lo sever his con nection with the Cubs. "I expect to stay right here and manage the team," he said. Chance, later In the evening, ad mitted that .forty thousand dollars was Ihe sum for which he bad sold his stock in the Cubs. PITTSBURGH PROTESTS GAME CHICAGO WON Chicago, Ool. 3. Tin- langle.l gnme between Chicago and Pittsburgh Wednesday will mil be played off. but the winner will be decided by Preside nl Lynch, of Hie Xallon.il league. This decision was announced by President Lynch loday while the Chicago and Pittsburgh men were waiting to play. Ciilehcr Cotter, of Chicago, butted out of his tin n in Die lenth inning Wednesday nod soon .1 Ihe winning run with a single. The Irr.-g ula rily was not taken into account until lute al night, when .Manager Clarke, of Pittsburgh, protesbd the game. L.v nch said today that a play off was not feasible al this time. 'l-ri-.-o Signs I'lii.ver llognn. Son Francisco, Oct. 3, J. Cole Kw Ing, of the Sun Francisco club, an nounced today that he had signed Willie Hogan, of the St. Iiuls Ameri cans, for his team next season. Hognn. before going east, played onllleld for the Oakland lea in, of the Pacific Coast league. V.. A. Wootsey, a brukeinan at Jack sonville, Texas, suvs: "1 was down with kidney trouble mid rheumatism so bad I could hardly get up. and hud backache nil the time, and was almost tired of living. I saw an ad of Foley Kidney Pills Hn.l after tak lnir one bottle I was better, and when I had taken two more I was thorough ly cured." J. II. O Itivllj Co. Adv. Baseball Manners ; Announce Entries Closed, With Santa Fe, Silver City and Albuque; que Signed Up. Throe baseball t.-uics, n present In ; Santa Fe, Silver City au.l Alluiquorquv. will contest in the stole tan- baseball cifrTtcxt. for which three liberal cash prizes are offered. Tills announce ment was n-iide e.-lcnliir by" W. A. Kelt-tier and o. A. M uson, mummers of Ihe tourney. The unnouiiceioeiil will be received with general satisfaction, since a ihrie-le-iMi contest vv .11 be far more ! -alii fuelory than one In which four, jf've or six teams plnv, since it will permit ouch one of the teems to, fin ish 111 the money. Fans will reineni ' her that the best bascl all loiirnanioiil ever played al u stale lair w as sev -leral years ago but three teams com peted. With three loams playing, the money will be divided s follows: To (In- winner. SI.I00; to the team fin it HI lit; second, '"!'. and to tie- team finishing lliiril, $imi. The Santa Fe team will bo cap tain. l by Albert Clallev, one of tin most popular ball pla.w rs in the soiithwo.-l. I'M. lie Waul will be nian- ,ager and Freddie Owens captain of jthi- Silver Cily ugyri'Aaliiiti, while llert ICrahum will he cantum and Dan Pallida manager of tile Albuquerque team. j The line-ups of the visitiuic teams I are not definitely known, but fl l jsaid thai both Simla Fe and Silver City will have several W estern league I players. As for the A Ibuquerqun ileum, it will be composed of scvernl J professionals and local players, Ihe ( I . . 1 1 1 e including licit llialium. Lube Weeks, Chief Lookhait, I,. C, Smith and II. Smith. I nilleat ions, are for the be-l baseball tournament ever held in New Mekieo. A benefit game will lie played on Sunday ul'lernoon at Traction park be tween Ihe A Ibuqiierqiie and Silver Clly teams. ENDURANCE RACE AT SKATING RINK SATURDAY NIGHT Local roller skating cut liuslusts are munifi sting un extreme amount of in terest in the big lii-honr endurance nice that will be Hie allraelion al the rink in Klks" opera house Satur day night. The race starts at II o'clock Saturday nighl and terminates at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon, unless all of the competing teams have ex hausted their sknliug proclivities be fore Unit hour. The conteslutit.s for Hie prize are: Frank NYli-oii, Harvi.v, Lawrence Morelli, Hurry Abbott, Arthur Klein. I Italph Whilosidos, Dona LcTnrle and Fred LrTurte.i They will work in tenm.-i of Ivvo In the, order named. A member of ouch team will skate for Ivvo bourn, while his purlin r Is resting. Al the end of Ihe period of two hours the purlner will take n the grind, thus alternating in two hour shifts until Hie finish bus been reached. The management is taking every possible means to assure the comfort of spectators and n large crowd of rooters for the respective Lams is ex peeled lo be on hand. GOOD TIME ASSURED AT ELKS SMOKER TOMORROW NIGHT Klks anil llu-lr friends arc assured one ol the best limes lu many months at Ihe lodge ri tomorrow night. when Albuquerque Lodge No. 101. Is hosl at a sniolicr. A innsl aUruetm iirranged by Ihe mitt, e, of w hi -li K mull, 'fills prograu program bus been lllerln illllielll ciilll . L. Close Is ehair i will include n 10- ronnd boxing I I between Louie Newman nnd Soldier Hunt, lo be pre ceded by u -1 -round preliminary be tween Jack Johnson H. and a fighter who stvles himself "Slim" liobinson. A third bout may be- put on Chieo and Kid Pu.vo. Dave bet vveoli ( noiobs will officiate as the referee. The .smoker is lo be for Klks and their friends onlv. each Klk being en titled lo bring one friend. Tickets lo the .'-milker may be obtained from Mr. Crose, or from Messrs. L'-n.ia-miii, Slortz or Malson. !niiiwr-- nnin OTCDM MEET IN SIX-ROUND BOUT THIS EVENIING Tonight at Klk-- theater, beginning at S:30 n'ciock. lu iinv Chuve'.. . the Uoekv Moiiutam bantamweight i liuni pion, will app.ar m u li-round exhibi tion bolll with M inui l Slelli, a local lightweight, and a boy regarded as a eoioer in his . I.c -. The boul is rduged especially f..r Mi bcio fit of the Albuquerque baa ball team, which will represent this euy In the stale fair tournament. Fortius reason it is expected thai it will be liberally put rouix-d. .The bout, while an exhibition one. Is cxp-eled to furnish plenty of i tertainnient, sun,, both Chuv.-x and j St. i n nr. fi t ung perl .iincis aim I posse.-s enough cleverness to make I the fi-ioiind go n whirlw ind affair. Tonight s bout will give the funs a chance to see Chavez in action pre vious to his i i. ntest next Thiirs.la.v nighl with Tommy Lyan, and thus get a line on th- bout scheduled fur full week. 1 ".-hour . iiilur.ineK race iktttny rink Saturday nmht. Ho Balkan War Talk Discredited And Purchases On London Account Bi;M, Factors In Stock Sales, lt,v Mnrnlnu biiul Hic.-I;.l I .-im-I tirc. New Yoi k. i H I. :!.-- The more eh-eiful scliiimcnl which prevailed at all Important foreign cciili ru of II nanee lin'a bv riasoii of the change ill the Lalkan slliiation, the i.-tciilion of Ihe I'.ank of Kuglund I p.T cent di-coullt rule, unci Hie easing of local cull and time loans were piovathe of a very strong and active slock mnrkol. The r se here was forestalled by London w hciv Americans closed with general gains. Ihe more substan tial being scred by the Coppers, Steel, Atchison, Lending, Pennsv h a nlu, St. Paul and I'li'im Pacific. All lh.se stocks and numerous others, rose large fractions to Ivvo points In this market b. lore noon, on a volume of business larger than any attained since the Inauguration of the present upward movement. The advance was arrested from time to time chiefly us a result of r-:il-Klllg sab"-. olll.v to make gi .Her hoadw av lalcr. , low- of Ihe more poioutlnl L vii. s were al l heir best in I he lust hour. In addition various specialties advanced I to 2 points with a rciu-wrd demand lor the minor steel shares, Heading', Steel and Ainalgnniuled Copper overshadowing" all other is sues, the former iiiukiiig a new high quotation fin Ibe present peruid. I'lilon Lucille and St. Paul moved up briskly. St. Paul res ling to Its ex cellent Augmt Halemciit. Towards the close, further profit taking made lis Impression on nunc of the leaders re cessions from the top extending to a point. Amalgamated Copper . . . American Agriciillur.il . American Heel Sugar . . . American Can American Can, pld American Cur Foundry American Cotton oil American be Securities American Linseed A iiierien n I .ocoinoti v (i . . 0 2 ' .Ml 7 1 1 I '-j 123 0 2 I -j 2 3 ! i I lis' I I ' SO 1 j Vllier. Smelling .X: Ifel llg Amir. Smelling .i Itefng, pld. . . I OS Aimricaii Sugar Itel'imng -- Aiociincaii Tel. .V Tel American Tobacco Anaconda Mining C Atchison Atchion, pld Atlantic Coast Line PalOn & Ohio Helhlchciil Steel lirooklyn Itapbl Transit .... Canadian Pacific Central Leather I 'hesapeake i "bin Chicago (Il eal W stern Chicago, Mil. &. SI. Paul Chicago North Western ., Colorado Fuel .V; iron Consolidated tins Corn Products ..... t Delaware & Hudson Denver & Kio Oraiule Denv er & Kio 1 1 ra ude, pld. . . Distillers' Securities Krie Krio, 1st pfd Krie, 2nd pfd i loiioru Kleelrio (ircat Nortliern. pfd i irout Nort hern t H e ctls Illinois Central Illcrborollgll-.lel liitei-boroiigh-.Mel, pfd Inter Harvester lull i-Marlne, pfd I II I Tllll I iollil 1 Paper Intel national Pump Kansas Clly Southern Laclede (las Lehigh Valley Louisville & Nashville Minn., St. P. & Sault SI. M. . . Mi Mniirl, Kansas & Texas . , . M issunri Pacific National I'.iseiiil Na I loliu I Li ud Nut'l Lvs. of .Mexico, 2nd pfd. New York Oeiiirul New Yoi k. mi. W'.-slcru . . Norfolk - Western North Ameiiouii Northern Pacific Pacific Mail (l '. linsv I va lllu .' People's (ins Pittsburgh, C. C. .V: SI, Louis. . H i v, ; . L'tl'.l l . 1 lu'' 1 '!' 1 ' :1 '-a . I n'l r'i. 'i" is '.H ' -7li',i 17-, 1l':i 1 I 1 'I - 1 1 .11? . l.- , 170 . -M . 1 1 :!:!! ,17 'i fit 'b i I I .s:i I III7., , l.'.-'i , inn -0 i (i 1 :'-l -'I ' l ;. --i -1 ;vi 10. "i U 171 1 li :: I I s " . ::u 'm I j i "ij t; .-. . 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I un Total sales for h shales. Boston Mining Stocks. Alio icz IT :', 7.5 '.i 7.75. Amalgamated Copper :- Antimoiiv , firm: Cookon s. $10.12- Amii. aiu- la nd Sin 3 I ' .. Ail. C moroiul f Iron, fiim. No. 1 nortli.-rii. SIT. CO I:..-, .'i Corl.Coi. A.- Sil. M-i 7 17.50; No. 2 northern, JUi foldr Caliiia.-I 4i Arizona a2', 17.25; No. 1 southern soft. $17. 75': Cnhmiet & Heelu Boil 18.25. Cenleiiniiil 21 liar silver, r.'!T, : M' Vlean dollars. Copp.-r ih.neu c..n. Co. i'J i'J, Suits that and "Hand-tailored" KinchbanT'Clolhcs. W'l- Wi J, HNI TMIOtlt 'if'-lW- ttfyrigU.'iQit.A.'B. AirxAntm Cf, Kirschbaum Clothes $15 $20 $25 Sold with the official Kirschbaum Guaranty Bond in the inside pocket of every coat. THE GOLDEN RULE DRY GOODS COMPANY MK.YS II.OTIIIW. SKCTIOW Kusl Lulle Cop. .Mine .... ' l i anklin ( ilroux ( 'onsolidaloil 1 1 Ira n hy i 'onsolida led j 1 1 reeiie i u 1 1 . i lien 1 Isle Ifuvalle (Copper) . . . . Kerr Luke I 0 ", . r.si.i . nc. . .'in', ll i :, , nr. . r.".-i . yj'A . fi 7 a . 2;i . . s . I ' . . :i i.. fi-'Hi III . Nil . 16 . 'Hi 'i l'i . 411 . -Hi-H . rii:li i ' crii'j r. u 7!l lake Copper I. a Salle ( 'upper Miami (loppcr .Mohawk i NeVUlIn Cousoli.hlled . .-. . . i Nipissinu Mines North Kudo North Luke ( 'Id 1 lomluloi i isceolu, (.Jiilncy , Slinnnoii Superior j Superior t Hiislon .Mln. . . . j Til ma ruck I'. S. Sin. lief. .V- ,M In It-. S. Sin, lief. .V.- Mln., pfd. rial! Consolidated I 'In ll ( 'upper Co U'liionu Wolverine Chicago Board of Trade. ChleuKo, Oel. ll. ( ' p I i 1 1 1 is I ie polls lii regard lo pi.-ico In th. re-llal- level. I 'loshii; 11:; arcs w ere steady 'ii i' com under lasl uiehl. Wheat speculators, to a luruc e- 1 ll I . s llehe.l lo I hi- l,cn r side at I lie oulset. Aftcrwarils n rally occurred as ii result of oxpoit sales at Kansas Clly and (iiualia. (inly temporary sli'eimth. however, dev.lope.f. II was not li li 1 1 1 Just li... lale lo a l lecl Ihe uhcat llail'kcl that .-aide's (old of Ihe Turkish ov crnoicnl hav ing proliilillcd Ihe export of cereals Irom I'hiropcan Turkey. Di-i-eiiit.er rniiKi-d from Ihi-k lo mi ' c-nls, with Inst Miles !-i e. nl 1 1 1 -1 lower, al 10 Lj cents. I 'oi ii i I os. -.1 liliellnll.p lo ecnl up. i in Is closed with a c.aln of cent. Al Ho- close provisions vailed Irom 17', cents dc- line lo all advance of 22 'j cents. Treasury Statement. Wushinul .11, (il l. 2. At the he einiiiiiK of Ipiitiniss today Hie riniill- lloli ol III I'llileil Slnles ll.nslir.V Wi kini; Pal. in in t r. usury ol - lie. s, $!i.lii;!l.nil. lu hunks and Pliilippin 1 1 oil s u ry. $ :i :i.n l !.i;ni; The total of tin- Keiier.il fund vv : $) r,o, l :i::,:.si;. I:, i . i i .1 s v.'sii r.l.iv i re ?."..:'. 1 SOS. lii: l.uiseoii nt-- wore ?::.!i lo,:: In. The deta il lo dale tills liw.il Veal ! Wii- "..t - 7 r. . a-; m-uinst a d fn-il of I i;.(i2-"..2 1 7 al lilis lime InM V ' a r. I Thcso I yiilc , . . led-- I'anama i eaicl il 11.1 pllldle llcl'l tlalisaetiolls. , The Metal Markets. N.-w York, int. :i.--Copper. til.l. Kloctrohlio nnd l. kc 1 7.C2 I7.S7'.. : ciistiiiu. I 7 25 'n 1 7.:)7 '-. Tin. firm. Spot. ? 5".5n (,i 5n.75 ; - . mli.-r. $5(1.(111 50.5(i Lead, film. $5.10 hid. Spi Iter, firm. it - '';. "All-Wool 19 We believe so strongly in the exceptional value of these Kirschbaum Specials that we urge every man looking for greatest clothes worth to see these garments before buying. Whether it he a suit or overcoat, it is cut along lines of comfort as well as stvle. And each model bears the stamp of authoritative approval. Guaranteed hy the acid-boiling pot to be "All-Wool" every thread, with permanency of shape assured by hand tailoring and cold-water shrinking before cutting. Priced to meet the need of your pocketbook. Sl. Iiuis icln-r. St. Louis, Oet. J). Lead, t;lct, $ I.1I7 'j ; speller, firm. $7.15, St. Louis Wool. SI. Louis, del. ;!. Wool Market steady. Terrlloi'y and western me diums, 21 fii 25 cents; line mediums, 11 ill cents; fine, 1 2 fi 1 7 cents. New York Cotton. New York, del. I!. Colton Spot closed unlet: middling' uplands, 111,2.".; inlddllne- milf, ll.Til; sales, 100 hales. The Livestock Markets. Kimsiis City l.lvoslock. Kansas Cily, Oct. ,1. Culllc Uo eeipts n.Ono, Including 2,000 soutll ei us; n.nrk.l sleu.ly to w eak. Native steers, $."..75 (ii I O.fin ; Koulherii steers, $ I. jo 'it (1.0(1 ; southern cows and heif ers, $.",.2"i (a .".2-'i ; nutlvi ws nnd. heifer-:, $:t,2'. '! S.2.-. ; sloekers nnd Icedcis, $ I..",U( 7.25; fnills, ,$ l.00'(J 5,25; calves. .15.00 (d 11.50 ; western sle.-is, .t5.no -ii X.50; western cows, ? i.:.o 'a li. 1 5, Hoys - Lieilpls 5, Olio; market. I a cents higher. Hulk of sales, $.S.00'o N5; heavy, J s. Ml 'n S.Mi ; packers ami liulclieiM, HiS.r.oiSi S.'.io; HkIiIs. $S.f O'.l S.S5; ,ts, $11,00 (' 7.00. Sheep-- lleccipls 10,1.00; market slcadv lo weak. I.aml.s, 4 5. 50 n li. ('.,". : I'ullHc vvcllicI'M and ,V eu ll illKS. X.'l.r.OC J.50; rune., .-w.-s, $ 2.25 'U 2.75 ; inut lons, $ :i.no (ii I. on. Cldctiuo McsiK'k. I'hieano, Oel, .1. - t'attle Keeelpls 11,011(1: niurkel. slow and slendy. P.e.-ves, 5.50 'it I 1 .00 ; Tcnuh steers. J l.'ilt'.i (.I'll; v. stern sleets, $5.7. "'' Jl.ni); sloekei'H and feeders. . 7.75 ; cows ami heifers, $ 2.S5 li S.llO; ca Iv i s, $s.on in 1 1.50. Hons - Lce. lpU I I, mid; mui ket slow, ii c. uls hiKli.cr. Lihl. s.r.ti 0.15; mixed. $s. 5o oi 0.20 ; heavy, $s.:!5 (ii '.1.15; roiiKh, $S.:i5 'n S.55 : pit;s, $5.50 Ci s.4i; hulk of sales, $S. 75 li 11.05. Sic , p - - lieeelpls 25,000; market sl.-.idy. Native. $ ' 1.25 ; vv est.-rn. ',. 1 5 li -1 .20 : vcarlinus, $ 1.25 ("u 5.25 : lanil.M. native, $ 1.5 0 'n C.So ; Western. $1.75 '.1-7.15. Try a Journal Want Ad, Results Rheumatism TOMACH TSOITBIiRS KIDMKV AIUUiTS Faywood Hot Springs It cure, and you remain cured, w know, nnd you will. If you try It Considered tb greatest Kidney water on earth. W hy not visit FAYWOOD HOT 8PK1NCS first, aince you will eventually go there, anyway T Large, modern hotel. Perfect climate. Booklet. T. O. McDERMOTT, "The Faywood." FATWOOD. JTEW MEXICO. D m n ma a a" -;l i