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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1912.
' THREE MMEA MS & J ALOT TIT The. Green Pass Book is better than a bank account .'. ..' .'. Bl''3V'T,TBSBf' ' tl. R AYNOLDS ADDITION That ONLY Close in Addition, Just THE Right Distance From the ItS BIG NEW SHOPS NOW IS THE TIME GET THE HABIT AGENTS WILL BE ON THE GROUND (TIT The Green Pass Book is Letter than a bank account . $1.00 Down McCANNA & HOGE, EXCLUSIVE AGENTS Ground Floor State National Bank Building FRANK COTTER, SALESMAN fl $1.00 c jesrr-Tir. . ISPORTSl WIDELY ADVERTISED NEW MEXICO SDUAD MONEY REACHES 12 - TT BOUT TAME HIGH TEAM -WILL LEAVE TONIGHT are not to be as they ha vp Koswell I e in a practice son, hut the caught napping hooked others. it the Military game early ill highs were in i easily DEPARTS TONIGHT FOR PHOENIX ROSWEL L Inst it ute the sea -turn de feated liy the Cadets by a ill-to-li t score Home weeks iig-o. The highs, j however, held the Cadets to a lower I .score Uian did the I'niversity of Mex- I leo, and thin indicates the strength ol the team the A ibuqueripie lads are to fm',- It was If Alhuquc rime wins Thanksgiving . died out il will hae a full Nelson hold on the ' following; ! state inter-high school chainiilonshii I (....a .out Chicagoan and Local Boy. Coach Hutchinson's Men Be- Fight Ten Slow Rounds to a Draw; Stern Knocks Out Gil bert in Second Stanza, in i disappi inted audifti ol 101 lis' theater last the Caponi-l'ettus limit, s of the evening's hat -Hit, the ard Whic H -T-1 A M I I All neve incy win oe mijio Tiim University of Arizona Thanksgiving Day Game, Local Football Eleven Meets pions Thanksgiving Day, An ticipates Hard Struggle, Pppnc n lou Phnni-' former years the lo, als have not heel The Alhutueriue high school team "ill leave fonight fur Hoswel the high school eleven there giving day. The team will reach dncsday morning and si: two hours of jit-ncllim will continue afternoon and to 1 1 1 Thanks- and just as good a claim as any other , staged hv the New Mexico Athletic ten m in its class to the title of the ; ,.i,,i, v..rif 1 evv. director of the clul southwest. This will ho Albuquerque's j w.ls ,,,, m,lst disappointed of: first chance for the state pennant. Iiilth Meveral hundred fans and lie had ! t rh.bt to he for themrh llitoe houts 1 j rated classy enough to make u hid j W(.r(, staged, none proved a whirl- I for the commonwealth honors, '"'llwlnl. ! j mis year tney are reauy to musei i Uoswell earn it even if they do not j filch it from the oilier eleven. I Coach Alton w ill lake two extra ! I men w ith him in addition to the dele- ' gatlon for which Uoswell has for- i warded transportation. In other! Wo tor The hoys YV, dnesda v doing In th it to earn anti-race , Clovis j ,p there practice. I their trip irrive in ' liiiMvell I hat night. 'I hey will run through light practice on the enemy's field Thursday morning. ! I in account of the attitude of sev-j cral local pla.ict's toward practice.! the management last week thought ! seriously of cancelling the name: hut! the hoys redeemed lhemselvcs at the, work-out held at the Association park field yesterday afternoon. They1 passed up the lunny stutf and prac ticed like they were a living- for a family suicide class. I'oach Alton and faculty were pleased ol front shown hy the youthful gladi ators yesterday afternoon. The offi cial funny Inns of the team didn't sec anything to laugh at, or, if they did. they kept still. The team work was more perfect than ever before. Coach Alton's picturesque oratory for roc oinnti'ndalion see the up-state Class-Kye-- and the toil welded the team into a unit and inspiid confidence. Koswell high is a hard customer. The locals realize that and they are not scattering any stuff about how hie a scoVc they're going to idle up. They believe, however, that even if lioswcll hands thcin the stingy end of the score the Uoswell football repre sentatives will know they have gone through a rock crusher. The Uoswell team is strikingly dif ferent from any other aggregation Hie locals have encountered this sea son. The Unswellites play an open S-'ame just as well as do the locals; their forward passes an' just as per fect and they also have a repertoire of trick plays. The locals have been rather fond of springing these foot ball Inkers, hiii Thanksgiving day it will be up to them to show that they words, fourteen players beside the ma pager, coach and an official will make the trip. The names of those who wid go will not be definitely an nounced ii 11 1 1 1 nfter the signal drill which is to be held at Association park this afternoon. RYAN AMD M'MAHON , MATCHED TO FIGHT AT GALLUP THURSDAY (Shm-I-I ('nri'esi(,nilellr' lit MuriilllK loiirmil (lallup, N. M., Nov. 25. Articles have been signed for a 10-round bout here Thanksgiving night between Tommy Ryan, the San Francisco featherweight, and Jack McMahon, Hie high school who claims the championship of Arl wilh the change ' Zona In the featherweight division. liallup tans are eagerly Hiiiicipuung the holu. Itynn is now doing light training for the match, while McMa hon, who arrived yesterday, is put ting on the finishing touches for the bout. Loth boys are confident of vic tory and the contest promises to draw a capacity house. Lynn Is a local favorite, owing to h'N decisive defeat last week of Voung s'ilva, the C.ibson featherweight. J'vers rrnneeH Trade. Ni w York, Nov. 25. Manager Kvers, of the Chicago Nationals, said today a big baseball trade probablv will be made here touii.rrcw by which Chicago would receive Mitchell, l-'helan, Knisely and "another player" in return for Tinker, who is slated to manage the Cincinnati team. I'orri ilon, thi; third baseman bought by the Detroit Americans from Kansas City, is saiil to be the "other player" con sidered by Kvers. rathe Weekly. Crystal. New pictures. Pastime and Crystal. .22 CALIBER CARTRIDGES .22 Caliber cartridges are so small and cheap that some manufacturers don't take much pains with them. That's why some don't go, while others may go some, but not enough to amount to anything. Vou can't make thi3 com plaint about Winchester .22s. Just as much pains is taken in their manufacture as in that of the large caliber cartridges that cost money. They are loaded by automatic machinery, which must supply a full charge to each cartridge and seat the bullet properly. They are sure to go off and send the bullet with snap enoujh to hit hard. They cost no more than inferior makes. You will get them if you ask for the fi'tnehrsirr rtfiei mrt msd hr mil kittJt tkttt. n4 Chrttrr ctirlriJert f-r tt muln rot,;, rtvlveri ant littolu in RED 1 1 w BRAXD, Tile much advertised Capoiii-i'el I us even I. between the Chicago middle weight, and the colored light heavy weight of Albuqucrouc, was tame. Though Caponi by his coolness and ring generalship, coupled with clever defensive work, made l'ettus appear like a novice. Hie Chicago boy failed to stop the local fighter, or even score a linoek down in the ten rounds. (In the other hand, l'ettus was wild j and nervous, and repeatedly fell sprawling on the canvas win n he I missed vicious right and b fl hay-inak j crs, which Caponi cither sid--Mtcppcd or siepped back from. l'ettus tried, hard lo land a knock-out wallop audi at times I'alrlv smothered Caponi withi ,, succession i I rigbl ami leri nunc ocs, but. tin He were wasled on the Chicago boxer's elbows and gloves and did no damage. The fans yelled for them to mix it as the bout neared the tenth and last round, and few of those there but who expi eted Caponi to step in and out over the blow that would wind up the contest, but the tenth round cane without the ItaMan landing a de cisive punch and the decision of the referee, calling Hie bout a draw, was the best that could have ci n Riven, all things considered. There is no denying that l'ettus is willing and game, but he l.p ks the ring ixpeilenee neeers.i ry to make him a successful fighter. He has a peculiar way of handling lvnisclf and his judg ment i f distance las' night was pour. He was overworking: himse'f In every round without gaining anv advantage and had the bout b i scheduled for twenty rounds, orobably woifal have so exhausted himself that Caponi could have finished him without linn h effort. Kl!) STI0I5N OI'M'KI.Y KISl'tlSI S ' ;M Hl.lil. The scini-w Indiip scheduled for eight rounds, ended in the s-cond when Kid Stern, apparently knocked nut Kid C.illert, landing tic final punch after lie I'. Mil beaten his man about the rill'!' with a succession of left and right swings to the Jaw. Though not entirely old, Cilhert was in no condition to continue, so the referee stopped the bout and sent C,li hert to his corner, declaring Stern the winner. However, the victory ol Mcrn Was not clean cut. H appeared that ,n h-,,1 fouled ililbirt. by hittim.' him I" Trying to forget the Thanksgii ing feed, p-op;. red by mother, they are leaving la h nd, but full of confidence thai they will trounce Hie t'niwrsity of Ari.-ina's home guaru, the I'niver sity of Nw Mexico football gladia toi's will entrain tonight, bound for l'licenix. If the New Mexico prides will paeli anything In their suitcases besides their moleskin armor and e:ii.i col lam. i will be confidence. Tiny ali as positive of donating the short end of the score to the lowland clan as if ii were chalked up already. The ttam really is in n"od working order now. A week ago It si;:hed re lief wln-n the Alcnaul school can celled the game scheduled with the university, hut nearly a week's hard practice has put 1 he football engine in prime shape. The i ogs hav e been well o 'led and the machine may be trusted lo work in the. coiuin:: battle without friction. Members of the team win, w ill malic the iouinev are: Carlisle, (captaini. Hunter, Lee, Walker. I 'oa.se. I.itlrell, Laekcv, Armijo. I.apraik, Calkins. Al lotl, K.ileomb, I'robcrl and l-'leniing. New picture) I'aslinic and Cry) FOGEL THREATENS PROSECUTION OF AFFIDAVIT-MAKERS hit; ing for nil nd leaivue ( barge I'r. sidi llorac, I'hllad Iv hav huted Mr. ! he is h Vol . del Ni I'lu t' diia, Nov. I'.clore Icav ,v York today, where he will meeting of the Nation. il morrow, at which the pii ferreel against him by lit l.vnch will be acted upon. S. Kogel. president of the -Iphia cluli, denied cm pha I lea I in;v made the statement altii- to him. Kogel said that if it lo believe, that ' new spa permell the first which P The bell did not ,'t was a eager lo give the nit ati affidavits that h league vv'as f i xi w In." he w ill pri f jury against theni "I'll I foi ls true as vera I New sworn to National (Hauls to ;e of per- CANVASSING BOARD MEETS ONLY TQ ADJOURN the third C-Colllls. round as lie was getting up, inch practically put him out. enlv saved him. While HtelP commil the foul, if actually foul, intentionally, be was so finish llilbert that he did no' boy u chance to straighten thi- knockdown, which was succession tn as niaav in iWith Fourteen Picdncts Miss- iim, Checking of the Recent Election Returns is Tempor arily Postponed, I. evv ! their . The best limit f the evening, since i. i..ui...i uiinost three rounds and was lust coins all the way tide contest put on l,v 1'ir'iior ... . i. .. ft,nu ii ran f-jt' lo g,-e - - . . , ,i mi -nov. alter the first b..lll ua,i t-ii so quickly. It was between the I hev -one Kid. a welt, rweighl. and A I SmauldiiiK. Ideal ni Icweight. The Cheyenne ti n into Smau'ding and in the 'first round scorned to be putting i, all . ver the blacksmith, having him hanging- on a (?"' Vn of the round. HowiM-r, In the second round. Miuiul-,11,,-T began to land terrific punches to the Cheyenne's jaw and hod v. which wore him down and he was in dis tress wh-n Ihe b. 11 rang. In the third round Smniildinx renewed his aggres .... . .... ,.u. ,i after two or three wal- U ps to the jaw anil stom.ii Ii h the Cheveiine groggy, and the was stopped to prevent a pi i,.,... k,,,ii The Ch'-y, nne Kid Smauiding d.s.rxe . rcdit for going on at h moment's notice and without ai' Kspei ially was mis u i ' for he had not nan ' i ks. whil" Slialll- i-!- ( err,' eeii'llii-e lllt.l Ke, N. M.. N ing board, '-ousts! ing j W. C. Mi lionald. Chief MMonio l.ccero. me, ui ,ii"in,,i t anvass the returns of the cloth,- NiM-lllber Mil, but Pecans Morning .litnricdl T,. -The ean- of tjovericr Justice Clar tary of Stale 'held on pell Po teen pl-l ,ail joui'iu o'eloi'k, .,ee eV ' Later poll til hid holt! ssible a nd Pri eh ks vv I re clnets la il until ' b w il iell t : ry prei ini t In the day, r Pool, s w en I. I wold w. ere on the bb- Ihal will be l pleeigels ntls- ry's figures, si to. h C--I-! i I'lolltes count was eomt I- -I settling , .1 14. ( lasis, i i.n'(P red ,:ng others v er v, pn.l join IllUelits se ret I II I 111. train'iig the Clii-vi-nn, .. ...... ... i., ni.tne We .o i-.i v.-oik' d out several days wiU I-,. it us daring the past w eek and therefore in better shape. 11 . . . V....1 l...tter t vesiglll. ' fan hi hew he could whip tn.,uid.ni- I Hi, v ooiliaps are not l.ir i" " jth'-ir la'.ief. ti' MM Kinl ' n cillet -I it b ction was h rtie ii-n.iin 11 was held i-e-iig llMtti four r state, the board .V.dnosday at I" eie it Is hoped t" in. ;ev ell of the miss - received by ex: ,s received that -,v;ij-, so thai it is no further nd l.,ken. (if the ing ftolll the sec- are available signed up when 1 ,,n election heard from I,, Hero eouut.V, plob.tble that II" I. -a ouat v . ou tit . Id th ! Mli i' .1 tWO three tw o m in I,, that no eb-e-pleeilllts ill lti" piei InelH in M' -Stto.nii and on,- -O l t.l. w as the oeal j For pain pen a in ine side or chest dam- piece of flanii"! with l.lintnDiT- iain s Liniment and ninn n "n "v er ihe :-.-.; of p un. There Is nothing la t ter. For sale by all dreggis's.- PER CENTON CALL YESTERDAY Stocks Sell Off on Woi Id-Wide Tightening in Financial Cen ters Due to Fear of Great European War, I lly Mornhiu Jtiio-iml Sari lid l.tMrd VI ire. ) New York, Nov. ;.'.. A 12 per cent for call money, the highest since Jan uary :i, lltln, caii-.cd some unsetllc liicnt In stocks todti.v. The advance was ascribed to a va riety ot causes including the world wide tightening of monetary condi tions, the llalkan war and Ihe strain upon domestic reserves. Some local banks called loans hill this move was not general. The high into yielded slightly when one of Up most prominent in n it ut loita offered seviial millions at t! per cent in keeping- with ils fixed policy, hut wh"ii the sin ply was exhausted the limitation nioiiiiied again lo the high figure. He line the close the rale again declined. Last week's bank statement disclosed an exreKM of loans ov ,-r deposits of al most $L'ii(i.liliO,(PMi and this fact was taken into account in today's I'lurr.v. 'Ihe failure of AnicrUan bankers to I id lor any part of the South African geld received 111 London unlay l.i thought lo be the result of an under standing by local financiers and Iheh Kuropoa n confreres. The award of Ihe aroiliaiein board lo the eastern railway engineers was reflccted ill the slock market, rail lead shares being depress, u in the tally part of the nay to a more mark ed esteni than the industrials. Later in Hie sotsioii when the flurry In money rales jiolu 1 sonic liiiiidatlon, tin Whole I lo list dd off and 3 points below tod Copper Agricultural I'.eet Sugar Call Can pfd Car ,V I'oiindiy Cotton i HI b e Securities ...... I.insecd Locomotive defining . . . Kel'ng pld. . I'd from close. Amalgam A mci iea n A uuTicaii A in, I li a II A tnerica n American A ineriea n American A ntcrica n A mi riea n I Amor. Smelting ,V Amor. Smelting & American Tel. A: A mi riea u Tobacco A iiaconda Atchison Atchison, A tin nl if Coast Lint 1'allliiiore V- iihio Helllleliein Ste. I Ihooklyn Itapid Transit Caniiilian Pacific Ccitlral Leather 'llesa pea lie (V; ( lllio . . . . ( 'llicllgo ( treat Westel II . Chicago, Mil. SI. Paul. ( 'hioiigo Ai Not t hvv esl, I II Colorado l io I ft Iron . . Consolidated lias prices Ii Sa tin -day' . s::- . .MI-'h . .", 1 ii . -Pit, .12:1 fi !i Al inlig pfil. Co. Coin I'ro I ie la w a re 1 1, in r .V I iciiv 1 r A Insiilli is Lric . . . Llie Isl Krle Jtl ( leltera I (i relit N (Ileal N J I ! 1 1 1 , -1 s lllels . ,v Hun i;lo ( I Lio c. Seen I j ill . I .1 It, It lie pfd. Pfd I'fd fill-el l ie . . ailiiiu pttl. .Illl'lll lire , 111 l a I 1 'tis. ogh . : 1 1 - I' I- tl I ' tl I. -rk llllt lb, it I lib I eel Inter, ll.ti-vi- lltb 1 -.M il lie Intt 1 national Inn-rnalioiial Kansas ciiv l.acletle lias Lehigh Valle LolliSVllle .V- Mil. 11.. S M Is-t.uii 1 MiSMllll-i Nation. Nation Nail. I New V NeV. Veil. Noll-. Ik rV North Aioo;i..i Noltll'l!! l'-,e:t I'.tt tfa M ..il . -I 'eltlisv i V ., Ilia People's CIS . pillsbili i ll. C I Pit Isblll K b ( '0.1 lless.d ,-tiel ( Pllil-tl.,11 i'.liet Ite.obllg . . Itepllblle IM I! . l.-ei'tible Iron ' k Island 1 ' Co. k Island C SI Louis .V S.,11 S.aboald Air l.il j, tl Mr 1. ili- di. f'o id St 111 p.. if:. K.iilw.o - Copi.el P.,. me iclfie Pie pf' I. lid. pfd . . . I 'a pi r I'!I1IP . tlllli III Nasliv ill. ,V Saull :.-as iV Ti :r.c .... -il -'d I lib it IV.-lt si. I tl iV- St. laons. . I X i.a . U, . 4u '.4 . 1 H . 1 (Mi V, . 1 1 . "lit! . 44 . Hiti , . 1 " I -h, . 1 :: ,' 1 . 1 11.1 " . :::i', . in '., . :i;:s , . us ', j . Ml . I S .11.1 List., . 4 ;'. . 14 I . I li 'a .His . - 1 1 1 . :i!i r. 1 . 1 -i , IS.'-', 1 :i 1 11 I Z 7 l'-i (i. , I Ml . H,'. . I :i . I e '. .174'. . 1 4 1 '-. I HI . J7 . 4:i' . ' . en lit :; :: , I 1 ' 1 . s:l . U-:t ., :: 1 .12:! .11."." 1 mi Lulled I'lliled I'liilcd 1'nlted I tah C Slates Slates Stales States upper . . Virginia-Carolina Wabash Will ash pfd. . . . Itenllv ... Itubbcr . Steel Steel pfd. Chemical 7 1 .111 ti:!' , 4., 'v, 4 S, 1 :i , W estern Mar. viand 7, 4 Western I'liion 7S'4 Wesllngiioiise Lleetilo JiilVs, In ellr.g ,Vi Lake Krle S V. Total sales for Ihe day, 4:17, HUH slui res. The bond market showed heaviness It. sympathy with the pressure on slocks Total sales, par value, f Ii,- 1 filt, (Mill I'liilcd Slates bonds were tr.ieliang cd on call. New York Money Market. - Money m mil ruling I'nti', H Boston Closing Mining. AllolIeK Aimiliigamaleil Copper Mn'n V-liic, Lead - Sm Arizona Coninn reial Cos. .vi Curb Cop. A Sll. Mg. Cnliimel .4 Arizona Calumet V IIiM-la Centennial Copper Kange t'1,11. Co...... Kiel Unite Cop. Mine i-1. 1 1 k 1 1 1 (tliotix Consolidated ' 1 a ul v ( 'onsolida'.cd C.recne Cnimnca Isle Kiiyalh. (Copper 1 Kerr Like ' Lake Copper I .a Sa lie Copper Miami Copper Mohawk Nevada Consolidated Nipirsing Minis X North Hutte 27 North Lake . . ! ' ' - ( lid I loirliiloe . ( 1st cola L'l s:li, 30 4 7X riMi 1 it r.ii 14 "n 4 7:1 H " 2 !!). t. .4 " 7 '. New Voiii, Nov, :r,.- st rong, (i 111 I 2 per cent ; per cent; closing bid, iiflered at U per cent. Time loans steady; sixty days, (', per cent; Him ty davs. f, tv, per cent; si months, 7, 11 7, h. per eetil. Clos prime mercantile paper (i per cent; sterling csrhange easy with actual business In hankers at ll.kli.90 for sixty day bills and at it.xT fair de inn ml. Conimcri ial bills, $4. Sil ; ' bar sli ver, fi cents; Mexican dollars, 4N-1, cents; governnicnt bonds stead.v ; la'l rond bonds hecv . SI. I.oiiU Wool. S'l. I.ouis. Nov. 27i. Wool steady; territoiy ami western mediums, 2 1 'd 25 cents; fine mediums, I Sit 20 cents; fine. 11 (a 17 cents. The Livestock Markets. Qiilney Sha nnon Superior Superior Taniariiek I'. S, Sm. ,V Lesion .Mill. Kef. .X Mill. 1,',-f. iV Mill, Itah 1 'onsolida led . . . I'lali Copper (.'1 Winona Wolverine Pfd.. 1 -)4 . Hill . Nil . 14 . 4 IPX. . 2 . 41 . 4 4 Vj, , r.ii '-. . 1 1 ' , H2--4 4 7:i .-in Sloss Soiith Sou I Ii Soul b. rl Tellpesst T.-X.is A,- I'nioll Pa tnioii ':i pi.l. l 'l .! tl td.l. , I .V pf.l. '. I li 4 1 I V " ,f .l. . M' 24 !i j 4S :,l pid. . . 'in IK3, 4 K ' ( I roll .... .Ml 1 1 11 1 S I 4 a - I 171 tld 1 Chicago Board of Trade. Chicago. Nov. 2.".. Kxclled lip turns in wheal limitations on account of unconl irined war rumors, brought about heavy sales presumed to be for leading hojilers. The market closed neivotis at 1111 advance of 'a (" t" "' 'u cent .lei . The market swayed upward or buck according as Ihe latest war talk Was In regard to the probable closing of Hie I larilaiielles or coiiei-rnlng an al leged armistice that would stop hos tilities a week. Top figures for the day In wheal ciiine shortly helore the close anil re nulled from iincoiiflrnieil reports o,' an outpost clash said to have lakei, place on Ihe A usi rla - S'e rv la 11 rroiilior. May f liicl uateil belvvci. 11 !HI 7B lo II I ',, ccllls. with lasl salts ''I "4 cent Pel hig le-r at Ml b. cents. Ciiral selling of I lecemlier ib-llv cr.. weighed on the corn murkd as a whole. Strength borrowed Ir wheal failed awa.v. Price changes In May reached from -IS to 4N',i cents. The 1 lose was easy, a shade up nl -LS rt -1 S ' - eenls. Cash grades were Weill.. SniallnesN of primary arrivals hail ii sustaining , fleet on oats. May clotted at '1 2'. a cents, a net gain of a shade. Wheat l ec.. - 8 ;li ' '. MV. !H '..c; July, SS ., c. Corn- He.-., 47 "i 47:'ic; May, 4s 1l'4sUi : .lull, tile. uals I ..... 21 V li !!l "ie: May. 'a ;t;.'c: .Iiils. 22 . Mess noik. p. r I, hi. .Ian , $l!i.4a: Mav. $s.2i,. Lard, per I mi lbs.- -I ice., I II.H7 : Ian.. 10.72 ' . Ma -. S 10.2.'.. Short ribs, per H'ti lbs. Jan, !lu -llll: Mav. SSI. !b".. Treasury Statement. Washington. Nov. 25.- -Tin- comli llo n of ihe Lulled Suites treasury at the heuhlllilig ol business toilav was. Working bi.laii'-e. Jsli.M7.142. In banks and 'Philippine treasury, s:i:i. I is..;:ii;. i I Total ,,! gem ral fuad. l ti'., 1120,771'.. f C-eeliits S,-I III. lav. I 0. I I lisbtirsenieiilM. $::.27...2li;. j I I '. fi' it tills f sal v .nr. $ I . I 7 "t , I 72. , las n gainst a ibtiiit of ti l.liV!.:,!iS lat I V e.-l I . I I Tile liglllts for leceipt'l, disl.lllse mollis and delicti exclude Panama j tan.: I and plibb.- debt 1 1 a loael ions. The Metal Markets. New Yoik. Nov. 2'.. Copper easy: i- t.inil.uil spot and Novell, b, r. I7 n't bbl; In-ember and Januarv SW.ii.'.'o $17.4": el, i troP to- and bike SI7.i;2'o' J 17 ST. ccsi.i -s. $17 2.'.'e IT. ST. Till w.-ak: spot Novei.il.,1 and l.-- ii- iibei. st'12.". 'u 4!i..7.; Januarv, M!i.3Ti 4:1.7.'.. Lead ste.olv. $1 4-7 11 I : speltel t-te.uL, . . la 'i Tin. A ii' iinoiiv . tii.-t: ( 'ooks, li s. $ 1 a ''. Iron .pn.l. No. 1 noiihcin. $ I s 7 ., ti:2',. N" 2 norlheiii. ls.2-'''i JlsT.'i; No. I southern, Jls.Tfi'. $i :'S; No. 1 southern soft, llS.atl '.I 1 !(.(in. SI. I.imlx S'ller. St. Louis. Nov. 2',. l-ad uuthanq etl, f t.sr'(i 4 4", spelter firm, $7 .37). I Chicago Livestock. Chicago, Nov. 27. Cattle receipts, IS, ll(M); inarkei steady to 10 cents up. Ilcevcs, $'i.:i.ri Hi 10.70; Texas steers, $4.;t0ij, 6.T0; western steers, $S.40c' $11.10; slockers and feeders, t4.2fif'C J7.(i(l, cows and heifers, $2. TO Or 7.4a; calves, Jii.fiOf,, HI. 2d. I It K IS Receipts, JIO.OOO; market slow generally Ti cents higher. 1 . 1 K ' i . $;.:ir, m 7.sr,', m'xeii. $t.40 7. mi; heavy. $7.11.', 'K! T.OO; rough, IT.II.'i dr 7 . 5 5 ; iiigs, 5. atl 'i 7. (10; hulk of sales, j 7,i;r, fa T.s.a. SIIKKP Cecelpls. vv ea k In I o cents lowi it r i.SKi: ' - - M i ll. TV erf i " , ,; ' : .- 1 .,.'1 - . I , ;.i mas, 11. ll i .' 'itHtf T.27,. r.2,0O0; ivnrkct i.r, Native. J...4M 1 u in i .2-. ; vv t stern, $ li ItiUiMt" ' i: Livestock. ICaiisas ( 'lly, Nov. 25. Cattle re ceipts, Hi.Oltii, Including 1.200 south erns; market 10 eelils higher. Native steers, $ti.r.ii c,i 1 ll.sr, ; Hoiilhcrii steers, $ l.2-"i 'ii 7.2", ; southern cows anil hell' us, $:l,ri(ii, II nil; unlive cows and bei'f.-is, $ 1.7 fi il S.r.ii; slockers and reciters, $ I. r.O'i T.r.n: bulls, $4.00 (a $11. (Hi; calves, tfi.till 'a i.f,0; westel il steers, $r..f,n 'a S..ri0; western cows. $:i.r.ii'u i;.r,o. I K il IS'- - -Cecelpls, Io.iiiiiI; market to III cents hlghi-h Hulk of salis, $T. nil 'ii-7.75: heavy. $7.70 i-7.Mt; paek ers and hulelieis, $7.(10 'if T. Ml ; llghl, $7.-li'ii'7.7li; pigs. $11.2.". 'il 7.00. Sll LLP -- KcceiptM, N.UOO; imirket, weak. .Millions. $:i.7'i m 4.7,0; lambs, !( r..r,(l 'a 7.50 ; range wethers and year i ng'i, $4.00 fil II. Oil; range ewes, $3. Oil 'a 4. no. UOSWULlfVAUOIlN Atrro WNK. (Can Its I!. 8. Mull). f.esue Itoswell 10:10 . m. p. m. a. in. rrlvf.a Viinuhn 3:2ii Leave Vauirhn dally.... 8:4i Arrlvt.a CoHWell 2:00 (Auto wiill until 10:00 . in. fur arrival of K. P. H. W. trnin No. i. Kare. ono way I Hi. Hound trip, IIS. toil I ha. baggage curried frue; nce4 Ulggllgtt, $3. Ml per 100 I hi. IiftKK tip ti) l,r,uo ib. carried. Connections mndn nt Vnuithil wtttt . nil 15. 1. 8. W. ami Santa r"e trnin. ItoHuell Anio '"., Uoswell. Owner (jHrlliiKto" I iron.. VHiilctin, Aents. Mogollon Stage and Aulo Line ' DAII.T. I.enve Hllvi.r City 7 . ra. Arrive Mogollon 4 p. m. Leav MoKollon 7 . m. Arrive Silver City 4 p. m. S pis-1 a I 4'nrn on ItMpieB Cull or Address: C. W. Mnrrlett, Vrttft. mvr llty. . M. I. J. .lOiINMlN, AKfOt. DUKE CITY GLEANERS-HATTERS l V. CJolil. ftAAAattAAA4kA4AA. WW WW f f TT? I'tionc . j; Hudson for Signs Wall Panpr i ; HUDSON Fourth : : for Picturi Street and ; : Frames Copper Ave. U J1,4U WOLKING h SON Well driller. Pump, Golln En gines. Windmill. Irrigation nd Pumping; IMant Furnished Complete, Repairing and Installing. 4113 W. CoppeT, Alboquwqne l-hone. Office, 1J - - 1J28W.