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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1912.
THREE rrr,","',iii'"''iFUKBgiK,iia school teim SPORTS Y . t i ilS ARE SURE BIGGEST GAMES OF SEASON WILL BE READY FOR BIG GUM TODAY OFF TO VEGAS OR GAME OF GAME HERE ON T! IAISGI1G PLAYED TODAY Association Park Already En- Minnesota and Wisconsin Clasl gaged by Braves' Manager; Three Schools Bid for Priv ilege of Part of Receipts, Tho Indians will piny here Thanks Siviin;, but thry don't know who they iire RoiliK to play. It Ik certain, never theless, (hat locul'followors of football are not to lio disappointed turkey 1uy. The Indian athletic management al ready has engaged Association pari: lor that dale. Now it only remains Ko pick the opponents. "Pick" is used advisedly, because three, schools arc anxious to appear here, and the .-Uhletie manager is calmly 1'lKiiriiiK which will be the best drawing card. The Santa Ko Indians and ltoswell are In the list of possibilities and the (.as Veaa normal university may be placed on the roll tonight. That de pends, however, on the result of the normals ciuni' today wnn me .Ainu- rpiornuo niRn school i no game be announced probably next wool- at Minneapolis; Michigan Meets Cornell and Princeton Lines Up with Yale. Line-Up That Proved Dis- A Strong Wind May Spoil Lo astrous to Arizona University I cals' Style of Play Sincr Last Saturday to Face Uni-j They Will Depend Largely versity This Afternoon, Upon Long Forward Passes, PROMOTER M'CAREY PRESENTS WOLGAST WITH DIAMOND BELT Illy Morning Journal SpiM-hd Lrimril Wircl ChionKo, Nov. 1 5. Kali! Hall! I'un fidenoe that the Rami: tomorrow will be a battle royal but not confidence which will predict the result, exists to night in the rival Minnesota and Wis consin camps whose erldlrnn heroes loinwiiwt ,,,eei m hi inn ca pons mi i Saturday mil ,n cxicv ion, m e,, mo cnnmpiou ship of the "lii -Nine" Conference. With these two, the only undefeated I'onferencc teams, but one eh, inn- re mains for an undecisive battle if Minnesota should defeat tho husky Huilgers here tomorrow and then should lose one week from Saturday to Chicago., which already has been de feated by Wisconsin. "The team is not afraid of Wiseon- wiil Klu, ' Is what Couch Williams told the thousands of Minnesota rooters who gathered late today in the last miiss meeting before tho game. Xever since the games with Michi gan, it is said, has excitement run as high over a Minnesota gridiron run- The l.as Cruees Aggies came, saw a motion picture show one in which plenty of "bind" stained the canvas tin, I went to bed at the Savoy hotel. This jiiHt-before-the-ba tt le training is expected to put them In the proper mettle fur the clash with the t'nivor sity of Now Mexico on the Association park field this afternoon. Tho game will be called at II o'clock. ('each A. 11. lladcnoch's houvles. although they are not as heavy as might bo supposed from leading their line-ripping record, are a husky bunch. Their condition Is tip-top, says Coach Had, noch, and they have been groomed fight of their enoch hcheves be the hardest tram. '1 lie varsitv vv ill stubborn titan did ," .'aid the grunts from Half In put up l he utmost j Line smashei football lives. Had- will avail the the game todav "III they cannot In if the season for his ground on end Pickle winds perhaps will play a deciding role In the gam,' to la' play ed this afternoon between Die Alhu iier.Ue high school ami the l.as V. -gas normal university ,m the l.as Ve gas halite ground. A strong breeze will nullify Albu iUcriiie's long passes, and it is upon this stylo of play that tho locals' hopes depend. A dead calm will fav or the visitors. They may pass the ball with accuracy if the icphyrs do not interfere, and unless they are able to carry out an open game tin y will not have a great chance against the heavier and mere seasoned loam. Sooner later you sure will smoke a jimmy us far as dope goes, locals but little, and ,pe lo cover much runs uiili the normal's prove far more Arizona C. last coach, between Hack l.obman. M'aM l.os Angeles, Nov. 15. Boca two of Die unsatisfactory termination of the light bf tween Wolgast and Rivers for the lightweight championship on July 4 th. at Vernon, the diamond holt of fered to tho winner by Promoter Tom AloCnroy was withheld from ttu champion. Mct 'arey since .relented and tonight as Wolgast was about to board a train for San Francisco, where he is to meet Willie llitchlo on Thanksgiving day, McCarey appeared and presented the champion with the belt, much to the surprise and delight of the Cadll lae pumnieler. Tho holt is of solid gold and Is set with four largo diamonds. It is valued at close to $1,000. FIREMAN HARRIS TO MEET BEN PRESTON AT TRINIDAD MONDAY (Srcll Ceriwnnnflpnee to Morning .J.Mineil.) Trniidatj. Colo., Nov. 15. Tho big licavyweight contest between Fire man Harris and Hon Preston, of Mis souri, which w'll he staged here Hon day night, November l.Sth, Is attract ing considerable attention, In the Missouri colored boy, Ihe local white hope will encounter a clever boxer and a hard hitter, one who is likely to end tho mill at any time with a stiff punch. On the other hand. Har ris is there Willi a wailop, as Young Hector, of Denver, is willing to testi fy. Hoth Harris and Preston are training- hard and are in excellent shape for tho contest. Harris will weigh about 202 pounds when he en ters the ring, and Preston 1S. Phy scially Harris has an advantage but from tho standpoint of boxing experi ence and tho fine points of boxing, the colored man will more than off set this. There will he three preliminaries. The semi-windup will bo between I'.enny Chavez anil Young Ike. Young Hector., of Denver, who was defeated by Harris a few weeks ago, again issues a challenge to tho big boy for a return match on Thanks giving day. Hector says lie is certain ho can defeat Harris. To Be Sure of your personal appear ance, the first essential is a suit of They possess those quali ties of style and fit that make for gentility instead of flash. r . $20 to $30 The Hub Clothing Co. SECOND AND CENTRAL who he was nibbing down. "New Mexico is stronger now tin, 11 it was when liosvvell slipped over that one. The team is lucre seasoned and 'Hutch' is always lo be accounted dan gerous." This last was a tribute to Ihe coaching of Coach Hutchinson, of the university. .The farmers will take a short si, lint this morning ami loaf until tho time the whistle blows on Ihe Asso ciation Park field tills afternoon. There will be no signal running or other form of practice, the coach said last night. He wants to conserve his 1; " , , .elevens pircngtn ior tno aciuai rray. onL as oc, . Tn(, Silllu, lineup that stalled Tickets can be secured with dilfioulty gainst Arizona a week ago will open and Minnesota officials estimate that ,ho ,.,. f,. ,,. ,,,,,, wvrs to 30,000 people, will witness the Ka'iie. ' (,.lv Sll.h u'eddcll and Lohmnn. who a number of special trains Including n).;(I1 (h(, srl.,,H H..IM1!4t the sister one from Madison. Wis. lor the 1,000 K;t, miiv,.ls,v, ,.,, , slla,,t. M1id wl "rooters' being scheduled to arrive ,)r)(, (hnvn th(',ir 1H.,., ,.,,,;,,.,, ,,i.lcof! in early in the morning. tn unp Hoth loams are reported In good Here 'is the lineup: Smith, left end: condition. Ihe Wisconsin s,uad -' c.,,,f,enl,orrv, loft tackle: Mitchell, left rived in Minneapolis with only an Ku.iril. (jardner. cent, r: Thomas. Piper, the big halfback, ill poor con- nJ. ,..,.,.. tackle; F.l- dition. Despite his injuries how. v r. aoni r(fht pm,; jim, 1lllirterbMok: there was a chance, that he would Wcd(U, 1(lfl hr. HouHman (cap play. Krdahl, the Minnesota 1 tain , fullback : l.ohimtn. riglit half, hair, may not he In the game. ,, Krenner, Isaacs and Tultle ac- Next In interest conies the C hlcago- colnI).llllei, .! ., KU)S. Illinois game at Lrbana. Neither team , Th)l I)()1,n,laR(, r (!u, ,,..,, .,.,.,,.,. has hope of leading tho west, but jj1il-, ,m,in,i.s , ,,ian. Quarterback bitter battle is predicted. Artie HiiMum, wn )jls lj(..lm M( (inv at the state school has been saying ,,,, llr.,s 11V,.V.1(; ., harsh things to his players and h .-1 noti.h ()). (W() Thif. ..,.,.,,,. w,.ll;h, ls eordning to stories emanating 1 1 om . f iri0,. ,,nnnds gnater than the unl- versily's. I coach 114;. iiinsoti lias sniue.i in,' university lineup somewhat tor 10 dav's game, and tho changes arc ho- hackfiehl lying in wait for them. The high hi hoc! boys have lied their hep.s to trick plays, and that's nol such a. slim hope, iiher, when It is considered that they have won nearly every uaiito so far this season on their wih ' tiiuis. The locals left a! I! o'clock vculor da evening on Santa he passenger train N". 2, .uecnui'nnied b t'oach Alien. Tile train was late and it fo-.-lowa that (hey would not reach l.as Vegas when all good football players should bo In bed. A crowd of high school students cs corled the s.iuad In the train Jinil yelled until eastern passenger- timidly poked their heads out of the windows and seeing the Indians jerked tiicm back again. About filtocn slndcn's accompanlcd the, boys, and others said thov would go (his in,. ruing. New Pictures. Pastime and Crystal. VETERAN SL OSSOM IS DEFEATED BY 'E WILLIE HflPP i rli:iu thr. men have not boon han.l- IIiil' ihe siunals as well as they should. The Kansas and Nebraska squads will moot in one of the most desper-1 ntoly contested games of tho year. The Lawrence team has been going poorly i this year an account of the lack of ex perienced players. However, the No-, braskans ae taking no chances for the report has cone forth that the coach, 1 Mnsa nf Kansas, has kept his team strengthened the team Tho team will line up lieved to have I considerably. I us follows- ' I Carlisle, l.-n 1 tor, left tackle ; tor, collier ...,.... u" In tho mi nor ira 111 I'M It 11(1 I ro 1 1, rigni will finish the season wilh a flourish, j Jaipra Ik qiiarlerhack; Calkins left ,-,.r,.ll will meet Michigan at Ann halt back: Alletl, right half back: r'.,,,,.!! vst ,ns been naving nai. -on, u, i hi-h, end : U- : Pease, tackle: and captain: Hnn left guard: Wnl righl guard: I.lt Iieltey. right cud: Title Holder "Comes Back" h Championship Billiard Tour nament; High Run is Mado by Morningstar, A rliiit- his troubles building up his old ma chine and he is despondent over the outlook. Harvard and Dartmouth meet at Cambridge, in (heir annual struggle. Neither team appears to have a de cided advantage. Yale was a ten to seven favorite over Princeton tor their contest. The Princeton team today put on the finishing touches for the battle with Yule, According to "Snake Ames, a famous place kicker in his dav, who has ISokcr In charge, the fleet halfback has developed into a first rate hooter. Yale money in Princeton Is scarce but undoubtedly will be plentiful when tho F.ll contingent arrives there. It is expected Princeton "ill be ready to cover all that comes Into town. Practice of the lightest kind was h,.i,i i.c it,.. Vale s.iuad at Now Haven .1,1.. ..f',,., -t.ium Most of the time s.neiit in signal drill. Traitor Mack reported tho men to class physical ci million. bo was Johnny in first In a linal ,,,V',,,iiM-VliKlXM KNF. I v., Arl.or Nov. 15. While the Cor nel'l football s'luud was putting ,,f ibis afternoon in practice on the grounds of the o unUy club at -Detroit, Coach t kept he Michigan players busy with signal work. , The Wolverine coach would not state tonight whether the same eleven would face Cornell tomorrow that started against Pennsylvania last Sat urday. It is generally expec ted th. the buckfield will not be changed. It also seems probable-that Pontius and ..an l,n tho ends. ui,.,iE1,i. like Cornell, regards victory tomorrow as a satisfactory times i,oo Probert, Arniljo and Fleming will be held In reserve as substitute. The university so,uad yesterday af ternoon held Its final practivo on Ihe "hill." Coach Hutchinson drove his men through a snappy workout, and j lOCO , J1S 1.1 11 ICO I lll'lll ,l, tlllM" 11 easy" until this afternoon. What he told them to do after .1 o'clock Is an other matter. A iniitisl'T rally was held yesterday morning l'y the university students. Yells mill songs were rehearsed All members of the team gave brief talks and also Ihe members of the faculty, some of whom had never be fore made a football speech. Husiness men wore unwilling to close their rdaces today for tho v.ame own- 'o the fact that employes of the mills wore paid yesterday and the envelopes are feluduled lo go around in th" Sant;, Fe slums today. They feared closing Ihrir stores from H un til 5 o'clock would injure their trade. ord In tli it I 15-J I a nd- The lnir oi un iflu,"J . ... . i.,i .,nu hue met nine IWO UU","' '-- , . .,,., Michigan vicioij the only 'Mcports from Detroit today bore ,ho information that Traile r Nlosk -lev pronounced the t 'ornoll reg U .is ,' good shape for (heir . rueiul K- .. in r-.. i.i.i n at Detroit i" I no i'" " ,,,,,rnilig. night comins here tomorrow Kat'niVersit;-foif a,i team loft hero today for Limo n, "' will meet the fniversity of -Y'1"" p , o?r.w. Kansas coaches put on he nlshing touches today after u week J!! hea ahlthe f the weak. LOCALS TO IM.W (JAMK OI' l,l IIS. SAYS 1 1 1 'It'll. "The varsity loam will plav the game of lis life against the Angies to day. Tho hoys will go In to win not to simply hold tho fanners lo as low a score lis possible, as manv seem to "think. They are determined to close the season with a triumphant victory over the championship foot- t',ili conieiwierH oi i no siaie. arm .i- bu,pier.iio tooinaii ians may iook ior the greatest game played lure I his season." The foregoing sums up briefly the statement made last night by Couch P. F. Hutchinson, of (lie rniversily of New Merlon eleven. Hutchinson never boasts: In fact, ho doesn't ever say much about his team, but in the course of a conversation last night he talked rather freely, for him, about the game today. "Hutsido of Ihe eripph-!', tno uni versity is in good shape. The boys ar, prepared to play tho game of their lives, anil I believe 1 am safe in si.-: ing today's contest will be a good one. While the locals are light, averaging but 14n pounds to the man, they have improved wonderfully In the last week and are going lo surprise Ihe visiters this afternoon. i if course. 1 believe they are going to win. one thine. I shall have no excuses to offej for the boys If they are defeated." squad at the beginning following defeats hy Oklahoma and Washburn successively had disappear ed toiURni. idonts ' .- ffooKo has strenginon- uu,. :r bai-rini, aoci, . 11. ....! I IO H M't'll) " Sehraskans i ( barker have boon dmnKmosl-of tho-nk behind the line in practice. New Picture. Pastime and Crystal. Tony Rim Oulpoinls I'al.er. Philadelphia. Nov. 10. Tony Koss otitboxed Al Palzer, of Iowa. In u 6 round boot here tonight. Itoss broir:hi blood from Pulzers nose by a hard left to tho face in the second round and landed several hard blows on the jaw without staggering Palzer. The l.-itt. r iliil good work in the clinches hut was unable to overcome the h ad liof obtained by his cleverness. I:..sj weighed, 191 pounds and 1'aUer J! SO. v Mnndng .tniirnal i,otal Lpiowd MTr.1 New ol-k, Nov. 15. The leatllles of tonight's plav in the IK. a balk line billiard chninpionshlp tournament wore a high run of H17 by Alnrnlng star, the high record of the tonrn i mcnt, and the defeat of the veteran Slosson by lloppe, the lit!-, holder. Morningstar defeated Sullon. I loppo ol taiue.l a hlg lead by I nu lling off a total of 2'-: in his sixth, soevnth and ch-.lrlh Innings. He ran out in the tvvenly-hrst inning Morniiigstae nculo his roc the twenty-fourth inning inning contest. Scores: lloppi 5011. Average, high runs, 1.':', HI, 2. N 1 . Slosson 2:M Average high runs, tin, I:!. 2!h Morningslar 5 no. A vera g. 110; high runs. Hi'.", 2. !2. Sutton :iX5. Average, L'5-.",o; high runs. Ol, 5K, -15. Vamatla and Demurest were win ners in Hie afternoon contests. Ya niadu outplayed ciine. r.no to -101 in a f ifty-inniic: game and Demurest do. feated Tavloi- by Ihe narrow margin of three poin's. 500 lo 4I'T, i'l a Ibir-ty-( wo-Inning match. Yamiida re.-eii , d vvcll ind ited ap plause lor sonic of his masse and long cushion f;hn!s. Diniarest. played a wonileiful ..-line at limes, hi:; run DIH in the t v. cut v -I il l h Inning, show ing some of I'n best line nursing aid balk line .lti. seen during the tour namciit. Scores: 11 14-0; HI o- ;i m.-i.la - -runs, lilt, ;!... ( Tim (til runs, 05, :',2, Dcmareit high runs, 1 Taj lor 4:i mgh en. 5 I. Ave! ::o. Average. 10; hi;;i 8 IJ-II, high ru ns tin. Avcrat . 55. 4S. A vi rage, (15, 40. 15 2i-;i2 HI l-"i . FRANK MORAN DRAWS WITH CHARLIE MILLER San Moian. and a Charlie rounds nigh t. the Si, Francisco. Nov. 15.- Frank Ihe I'ill.sbnrgh hcavyvveighl. while hope possibility, fought Miller, nf San Fra ncisco. four to a draw decision lure In specting writers and many of ctaiors expressed the opinion that Moriti cision. For Mnrau aj.pe peculiar style avoid the i i r j : Inaild have bad the do Hie first (wo rounds Mid puzzled by Miller's - and did lillle except to r s rushes, i n I lie t niru WANT TO I'l AV III it I IA FHY Tl KKL.Y DAY. Coach A. I! Hailenoeh. of the Ag gies, said lasl night that he favored an annual Thanl sgi'. ing contest be tween his team and the 1'niversitv of New Mexico. These are the classiest teams in New Mexico or Arizona, with an occasional off year for the varsity, and trow should meet on the day fa vored for big football buttles, he "aid Albuquerque being the largest city in the state, and fnolball out hllsia sit ic tit that, would be the logical place for the game, he believes. .and fourth rounds, however. Morun landed a nit'nl"-r of hard blows, and ! ..... ,1... .... 1 t.nrt wns xlilf io Ween i Miller. His adv tinlage. there was fr. lor th I away ' though. w.'S so slight (hat I no complaint when Keferee liarrj Foley called the bout a draw. MURPHY MAY MAKE - EVERS PRESIDENT OF CHICAGO BALL CLUB F. Dr. Holler Hi-oaks lti. Ottawa Mont.. Nov. 15. I r Poller, the Seattle wrestler, broke a rib tonight in a bout with Constant I.eMariri. tho Helgian. Dr. It. , Her over balanced himself, lifting his opponent five minutes after the bout started i j ,f,, ( wjp iM;,c F.v ors ind allowing Ihe (iclgian to fall on .itjb as well as manaa Chicago. Is Charles Ihe Chicac teem. Willi Fvors, Hint Sible (hat chief execuliv "Kveis ma the club." Murphy ning a trip around Nov. 15. So Well pleased W. Murphv. president of i National league haiehall Ins new manager, John J. today he said it was pos !; ers would become the of the club, i eeome preside n t of aid. the him A rib snapped close to the breast bone..' Poller wanted to con tinue (ho bout, but the crowd would not listen to his proposal. 'I am plan- world, and if head of th Ho is fitted he has the brains New Pictures. tor Ihe poiti"'i. I' to erasp anvihing." Should Kv.-rs make good as prosl deiil. Murphy further said, he might -V , not resi n" 'he presidency after Ins Pastime and Crystal. Klobe-ciu bng trip, but Leonine hair man of the board of coiitrul. 9 sv. or f V h (tLv JCi.:- V XSVrr' -Z$f mo.t beloved of Americ.n MTT inoSlL 'J&Jtt WJAv Authors wu a great f WiteMlal mokerandfondof,p,pe- popular. SOME day you'll pack a load of Prince Albert in your jimmy and find out what real pipe-smoke is. And the sooner you do it the more fun you'll haVe. That's how P. A. has started millions of men to smok ing a pipe steady. In two years it has doubled the number of pipe smokers, made the pipe twice as Nb tobacco could do that unless it laid the goods. Ma Albert the national joy smoke Listen: has everything that is, everything but the old sting and rankness. P. A. can't bite your tongue. No matter how long or how hard you go to it. The biter simply isn't there, because it's cut out by a patented process. If you roll your cigarettes, your smoke educa tion sure has been neglected unless you have tried "P. A." Why, Men, here's the greatest treat you ever struck. Our word for it, "P. A." makin's just about got the high spot record! Cool, fresh, fragrant, with a flavor that's so good that you'll double-quick forget those dust-brands I Sold by all liv dealer! in loppy red Sc bagt wrapped in weather- proof paper, tidy red 10c tine and half-pound and pound humidor: It. J. REYNOLDS TODACCO CO., Winston-Salem, N. C ' ' Mimji ILL STOCK TRADE SLOW S DECLINE Brisk Selling Movement De velops N(ar Close of Session; Money on Call at Hifih Rates with Little Demand, I Itv lrplitir .Imtrnitl si.,-h,l l.fiiM',1 Wlrivl New York, .Nov . I 5. ' ipornt imi.t In stocks, wore cnrlnili d today and dur iii, most of 1 1 1 , ttaditu; prices of I In IcadlUK Issues ohaiu'.cl bill little. A brisk selling in-iv. no nl Imparled some lit" to lite n,.iil."t in the la--l hour and ,in.iati..ns were Meled down, though losses weie not severe. 'I'lie lino enient as a whole vva" In coiiscjiiejit ia I and specula 1 1 v ,. in'., rest seemed to be a t a bvv , bli. In the early dealings slieclallics were more tie in oniiuaiilv pn on im-n I with su bstanl ia I j.;. tins in hihai ,-o is sues, e,Uipine,it.s and American bet company were under pressure add later there was some selllm; til con cessions of interna I nitia I pap, r Issues, 1'nlon lli'.ij and raier, common and prcfeiie.l nail sev.iitl d the minor lailvva.vs. The .It . I u- in l,ai;.-io and paper Issues vvus most preetpita I e, t ln eoinnton f illiut; ;i poitds tiud the pre feireil V. Call money i-aneil l" (VM eti f, (a ntni ; percent with moileiale ,1,1, land. No eluiIU'" WI S Hhouii in linn- rates, but (lie i; ml i-rl one wa- ,' innri and fni- (lier iiilci'iiiks at i oi er.-ial p.,ier al rat'-s iceelillv pi: vail. t:. ve ri- a:i ni'Ull'-eil. Hiteliol- I auks v.. it- un modern !c piirchas, rs of loisiness pa per, for, i ;is,ts oint lo a , ash loss ol JL'.iiiui.iMin f, ,,ii.ii.,iiiiii on lie Weekiy in ov emel.t. Th.- loan in- nine is am, in an unknown ti ' i 1 5 , but the week's ,1 1 , 1 1 ij .- f hi He stock market indicates a ee.t raet ion i.-i thai in m. Pi je k r , in ri mi: In I. .'luh i weie jp neii Hy be. lor ni.ii cup- d.il net jv It In ( 'op,,, i s e ml . '.in.olla n I 'a- eil " . The b eel 11, a I'M I a ' HO HIIIC made mole than a Hh'llt I'Sponse I" .... i Miliar. I'retetr.d eliai.s oi ine t,,n. i Tod Ihe lihilx i j.eiiciul ,i.'l.:;e ol Aim II-i ) Central I.ealhcr Cllesapeake a 1 lllil ChletlKo llfeal West CI II .... Chlcano, .Mil. ft SI. Paul. . . . 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Pitt? hurfcli Coal Pre.-s-il Steel Car Pullman Palace Car n.aillnt; I', ,.111, lie Iron .V- Steel IP In- In, n ,v St. i I pfd. . . Ho.-k Island c Hock Island Co, pfd SI. Louis San I'lan. L'd pfd Si aboard A ir I. hi" soalioaril Air I, ine ild Sloss Slo ffield St. . I I ron . , Southern Pacific Soul bel li I !a i I v ay Southern Pailwav pfd Tennessee ' ''.lip C Texas ,V;- P,o ale I'nion I'.e-ilii I'l, loll Pielti'- . f . 1 t nit, i s i 1 1. .' II' a It y Cue, .1 Stal. s Lulil , r ,. I 'luted 'a.il, s St.-, I I 'lilted Slates Sl' i l I'M I'tah Copper Vir: 1 1 1 ' a -' 'an I "ia I 'l.eui ii al I Wal.a- 11 Wat ash old W'esi. rn M il v iaud W, sl. l n I niou Wo- lintlnu,.-'- Kb-. Un- Wlleelme A. I.a.e Kile - for II, e il.t.i, . :U'.A Kerr Lake 2 . (t 1 7i Lake I 'opper 3 I ?i . 1 ,S ' I .a Salle ( 'upper Ti W . I I5 Miami Copper US . I HI I... Mohawk 5 . :n;c. Nevada Consolidated 22 .l llMj NipissliiK Alines M '4 . Ill Norlli Hullo aii'.a . 1 (','," i- Nol l ll I .a ke H . 2 I i Hd I lolninloll fill . At) 1 Isceola 1011 . '.'l'i ijulncy 8M . :i4 i, Shu nnon . . . . 14 Vi . 51 -t, Superior 4 4 H . 12 Superior ,V Hosfon Mln 1! 'In , 1 .n I ',. 'I'a niarack 4 - ' j .HITS I'. S. Sin. I of. .vi Mill 4Vi . Hi 1'. Sin. Her. Mill, pfd 5(1 . 12H I 'tali Consolldali'd I .'I . lll4 I 'lah Copper .Co ti5', , li I i6 Winona 4 . 2 " Wolverine "li . I ar, li. . i ; i . i i ii 1 , . I LI 2 N 1 ' . t ;s . I ''.2 Hi . till'-.' . 2 1; .in ' i . .1 5 .115', . Ml .11 , ill',, I 2:: c , I HI 1 in; 5-'' , I till j ,17 1 4 !l "I L'i, i.. lit, U Jil's . i r i '.. . io. 'i . " . 5 1", . '. I . I IJ . i;:i' . . Hi'., 1 !?'' . 7i k I ' .' S 'v VV.MIII ea n sl , ,, ks 1 1 ,i i AinaV-amnl, d ' pi'.-r M ' American A-.ru elt oal 5i; '.- A ni.-l a an I t .' ii" 1 1 55 1 , A nierii a a I'ati -II A n, erica ii i a i: pf.l. 1 v. ' Aou-ii. an Car , l-.uiiulrv 5',-', A mer:e iji i ',,' t on ' ol 5 . Ainei i. aii I. " :'i . nr. ties 1 '.' A ii,, ri. a n Lias, ,1 . . . I i! A nieric-iii !.. . tn, live ' ' ' i Amir. Siuelii.,- !:,!,iiit,n .... 7!''; Amor. Sto.-ltln-- . li' I'm? p!d.. . I"i Atceiieall Snca, II' fill ill -. I - '":! A in. ri' -, ii 'I'.-1. y T. 1 I I '.' ' Ala' Ii. an Tob..e, , 2' Aluootnla Mil, lie; '., 1 '! Aleh'soll '" Atchison I'fd I " 1 At la n lie ' ast 1,1 a - I ' s Haltino.l e .:- I il io 1 of. 1 i P.ellllehi II, Steel 'I Hrooklvn I!,, pl.l Tiaiuit -'' Cunadian l'.o if ic -' j " Tin- bond marl., I was ii l, Klllar. Total sales, par value, f. I . 5 ", ,1. II ,1 a . I nited St.. iis points were ute hao". c.l on cail. Boston Closing Mining. A 1 1, oc;-, L: An,., I .nab d Coop. I- M '., .".tn'll .ill"'. Lead .V Sui 51 AliZ'Oia ' 'on. II, ! -ia t 4 I'.,.-. .V. I 'ol I' 1 'op. ,V S'l. l; fi I 'all, in, I ,'; Al l.ona 7x l a l'i in. t K ll'-ela 5SII i 'eiil.-nnial I ' 1 j Copper l:.,ii"c Coii. c,, 571! Last Hi, He Cop, Mine 1 S Si l-'r.iiiklln I"1? ilirouv Consolidated ., ,, I ilr.inbv Consolul it"'l 75 lll'eelle Ctialieil S Isle Kojalle tCopl'il) uV Chicago Board of Trade. Oilcan, ,, Nov. 15. Whiat today for Ihe third day ill .succession broke the low- pi lee record of the season. Tho line outlook for Ihe winter crop was Hie lasl straw la bunlenini; down holder.-;. Weakni.s ruled at the cloeo with Ho- m-iikel to I cent under lasl iiiebl. lice, tuber rant;,',! from M, i.j to s 7 'i '-, nts, wilh last sales Mi ' Ii ti r' renin, a net losa of I cent cvcll. pre, li, Hons of clear, freexiri; w ealbor bad u dept. ssiiu; In'liicni , .in corn. Iiceeniber fltutuated bc Ivvceii 4 7 'u 4 , ' "n and -Hi cents, clos liiK' hen v , 1 U ceni nol low or, at I', "1, cents. Cash grades were weak. iials l.spl ,yod no'.al-le Mcaditie.-s cotupared with the olh"- cereals. ,, i. a ..a..., ,., ivni'l.- low el' with Iiiikh and Kra'tl. Pork led an, I In the end was uown I" u i -'a coins. whet - I ice, ,sti i.., 'ii st; r-ic: May, n .' 'h ' i c ; .1 uly. in c Corn l'ec, 47-l4c; May, 47'i'h (7 r'c: July, 4 ' -IH 'fc , int- I ice.. :ki ",; May, 3L'c: July. II :? ''2 ' ,-. .vi, ss p,,ik. per bid. Nov., $ I fi . 7 ; Jan., $ I .."..".: May, IS.17'V. Lard, pir llbl lbs. Nov.. $11. Hi; I too . $la. S5, Jan., )I0.57& ; May, i I " :'.". Short Mil,.", il M2 ner UK) May, $t.K2 lbs. Jan., The Wool Markets. : t P.osloll Wool. Host, iii, Nov. 15. The Commercial Hull, liit will sav of the wool market I o I e o r I" ' , vv ; 11 Is not sir.uiui, conshli-riiiK tho extensive business that has been done recently and tin- short stocks of wool as well as tho fa, t that the manufac turer. are now rather between sev i.otis thai ir.i.linu has slaci.crod up this w -ek. Price.- have not shown any sluns ol casing off. however, and In the markets i, i tho world generally there is a distinct upward tendency. Mills are well ', i u 1 1 1 pod , many of them i nun tin; n, 4ht a nd da v . The shipments of wool from Pon ton t'ron, January 1st to November Hlh In, lusive. ' w. ro 2 4 .!. ! 5(1. il 5 4 pound---, aaainst 1 si;, t ,i t ,'.'',''.i pounds for tb.- .same period last year. The loc, lids lion, January 1st to Novni ber I It h, inclusive, wore ,1 4 1. 1 74.K72 pounds, auainst J 74. 45,1.757 pounds o- the same period last vcar. St. I .oil I Wool. St. Louis. Nov. 15. Wik.I Mrket steads. Torillory and western me diums. '21 'il Sh cents; line medium. IS jvrjjaemsm ( d.lilional Mai Lots on Vngr live)