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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1912.
til mm II III EIGHTH I Cowpuncher Resents tent's Attempt to Pun- am and Promptly Ad ders Good Night Wallop, L- Journal Siwrlul Wlt. '' ST.-JC-C Wlllard I I nut "Soldier tvenilis III m rJ 1 . - i 1...1 1ll.rr.nnil ,i,.ii.in Sounre aanlcn vi- 'ThP knockout came suddenly. nuht to the neck. The blows U 10 anger the Texas covvuo.v immediately rusueu "u ,,,,, brought left book !' Kearim chin una luuuneu mi" ,ilh a right noon to tne ..aw. dropped backward and was i out. hit flglllcr snoweu mucii jw of box ng. wiilaru. wnn ailmntage of half a font In missed niiinv swings. Kearn mostly for the body, but wast- Moivs on W'illard's arms. The were, Williard 221; Keurns Ml soured a knock down In rst round with a right hook to w. but Kearns arose Immediate Iho fifth botli men were tired. J drew Mood with a left jub ariu' nose. Renins, after miss :!b a wild swing, floundered lo Vr on all fours. lift Harbinger attended the n Ills official capacity aft ,J the contest closely, but made He to interfere. After the bout ,i he had seen no reason for In ner. During the afternoon he ii a telegram from Governor Wi'h read : !ve Just received from a re il.'le source a telegram in thi, mi; terms: 'A prise fighter en lo nppoar In a public contest iillson Square Garden Friday bus made the following state uitr his own signature: (will lick Wiliard with the first ill can. I hope to put one on M or Into his stomach in the I'nund and stop him as (ulckly as vno Round" Davis, t will cer iry to put him to sleep .' a possible. ill 'A LFIIKD J. KEAIiXS.' know that you will do every- proper and necessary relating matter in the line of your of- iluty." IS Y TO QUIT eiter to Chicago Friend, Cub Manager Says High- 'iders Must Meet. His Terms 5e He is Through," WhIiih jrmi KpeclHl I.euneil Wire) '"K", I lee. 27. Frank Chance manage the New York Ainer Leamic club unless he receives 'il'iry he demands and a per- W l)f the Hull's iiriifits Tin he says, is the largest ever Mdt-d bv a mnnno-cr nf a ball letter today to Charles W'ib treasurer ,,r ih, r'hics.i... vn. l's' Chance cave the news of his UHIons With FriiTik Finrell. ''of the New York club. Chance mat he reallv tntomlil tn re- 'run hasi,.,ii i. ni,,..,, !,.. 'i'portu nity to manaiie the Hig'h- ''''" "he wants enough money to k" H worth while." ' not think I will get what 1 iskcd fur," writes Chance, "for Mfe is steep. In fact, the hisrh u,r demanded by n manager, but '""led to unit the game and now "" to make it worth while. It is ,;7m '"'t. though, that I will be h'Te on my ranch next sum- s'ud of on a I. all field. It is 'V nie bettor than ever and I am '"''ll. Still h, .1,1,1 KV.i.t.,.11 u "k- what I want, the probubili- "f that 1 will K." ""ice ud,i.,.i .1,... . 111 diseusM the situation wUh Far ""bl the latter agrees' to his hi 1 okoiuL i I run UNION ASSOCIATION ''".J!'la, Mont.. Dec. 27. "Hon-Jjhn- McCloskey will accept the y of the fnion Haseball As "'Ion. - ,. . ... tl I ,u,,,'l IW H ll'lll"! ICCCM- "'V by Secretary K. ii. .Mulroon tii. ,m-hI club, from Maniier Wank- nshin. nt nrmptit in Wankenship has received a hrr"m Mr'lr"'key In which he will take the presidency If to him. " Pivture. rastime and CryMO. CHANCE 10 BASEBALL SKUK1 5 JflLLARD PUTS'GHAVEZ-IS HEAVIER Lm inniin tiiiii nr rum I nflN tit LVttl E WAS BEFOR I of rittMbui-Kh, at the cud of twenty Trinidad Boxer Will Weigh asj.'" ulM uk,, Much ai d Maybe More Than i,ampi..nshii form. b..t smith was J easily the winner in every round 01 Tommy Ryan when They the oniem. Moron, who i,a,i b...... p. I . 1 . hooti'd at Intervals durlim the flKi'it. t-laSn January ISL ,.ft the rlim amid v. volley of hisses land cat calls from the crowd. Moran I went into the rim; weluhljm: twenty llenny Chavez Is heavier now than ,un,iK more than Siulih. who stripped he ever was before. In fact Mcuny is u;(lt jsfii n ,, flI.st ,.,lm ,ti, , featherweight rlRhl now and the day j sparreil anil the crowd saw the proH when lie can scale down to the ll"-jpm.t f u fast fiKht. pound limit Is believed to have pass i tht. second round Smith whipped ed for all time. It Is apparent that.nVer a riKht cross which auaht the Chavez Is poliiK to weluh every ounce , nttsburKhiT flush on the Jaw and as much as Tommy Ityan when t!i-1 (rot1 him to his knees. Mix eye." two boys meet here New Year's af-'Were Blazed as he rose at the count tcrnoon, and may possibly outweigh ! of live and the bell saved blni from the Pacific coast boxer. i furtlier trouble in this round. Tile announcement of this fact Willi DuriiiR a lic-rce onslaught by tho come as a considerable surprise to lo-1 sailor, both men fell out of the rlntf iuI fans. Chavez In previous contests here has weighed anywhere from 113 to 120 pounds. This has been his. na-( tural weight. Hut he is growing nntlj Is fast developing Into a f ull-f ledged . featherweight. Taking Into consideration this added : weight, which is perfectly natural and . not due to over-indulgence, Chavezj should be able to put up the fight of' his Hie in his return match with Ityan. : ! KYAX Tl'HXS DOWN ( II AVI07 t;IU:iri'IX(i.' That there Is no love lost between; Hyan and Chavez, so far as Ityan Is concerned, was strikingly demonstrat ed yesterday afternoon, when the two met in the New Mexico A. C. gymna sium. Ityan arrived with his retinue of trainers Just as Chavez and his, bunch were leaving. Henny, In his characteristic way, was shaking hands with his friends and smiling. VVhcnj he met Ityan, he extended his hanl.j but the latter refused to shake and; brushed past him. The slight did not uerturb Chavez at all, he letting nass unnoticed. However, many of those present saw It and they stood breathless lor a few moments, expect ing the two boys to stage prellnil-! nary bout to the main cv ent scheduled I for next Wednesday. norn i HiiiTints pit IX HIXY AITKUXOON. Yesterday was n busy afternoon for both Chavez and Ityan. The former worked from 1:30 to 2:30, boxing sev eral fast rounds with Jack Torres and Kid Fellabum. lie is faster, more clever and hits harder than he ever did and declared that he will put Ityan away inside of ten rounds. "I have to knock him out this time to keep my record clear," is the way the Trini dad boy puts it in discussing the com ing battle. Ityan bad a .strenuous hour and a half in the gymnasium. He kept sev eral sparring partners very busy dur ing the session with the gloves. Kid Oliver, of Gulitip, a lightweight, Tommy Moran and Kid ciireamer each faced him for a couple of rounds , each. Oliver anu aioian gmu i ((uartcrs and sprung Into prominence easily the most to do, Cilleather being' ()no(, Tlu, r(1!jlt ot nlH vl(llt j tull loo much of a novice to make things, hp huH ))0(,n nllttl.tu.(i to fiohl Buttling interesting for Kynn. liritt, of Kansas, soon after the first 'of the year and will meet Jim Flynn DIUIX'TOI! I KY V HAS hater In the month. liritt is a 210- may i5i:i'i:iti:K ix vn:w. Director Mark Levy announced last night that he was negotiating for a new referee for the New Year's card, though he was unwilling to announce his name until he had concluded ar rangements with him. Dave Hollo, who has officiated for the club In the capacity of third man In the ring, is not regarded as being physically able to give the desired results, hence thu decision by Levy to get another ref eree. M'FARLAND FAILS TO BOX DANIELS AND ENGLISH SUBSTITUTES Omaha, Neb., Dec. 27. Packey McFarland. of Chicago, failed to ap pear for his scheduled eight-round boxing match with Freddie Daniels, of St. Joseph. Mo., here tonight, ami has place was taken by Clarence Eng lish, of Omaha. A telegram received by the club management indicated that McFarland left Chicago, Thurs day evening, ostensibly for Omaha, but after waltlnguntil 10:.".0 o'clock foe him to appear. English was sub stituted. The two boxers were evenly matched and in accordance with the 01 filial announcement id the referee, no decision was given. New pictures. Pastime and Crystal. WHITE SECRETARY TO JACK JOHNSON IS COMMITTED TO JAIL A chance the white sec- Chicago. Dec. 2 1 . mark by Joseph Icvy rotary of Jack Johnson, the negro pugilist, that he intended to leave the j I'nited States, compelled him to j pend tonight in the Cook county 1 Jajl. Levy had been held in bond of j 11.000 to appear as a witness in the, f...,..r.i ,.,iau uiriiinst Johnson on charge of violating the Mann act but I when Cnited States Judae Carpenter heard that the pugilist's secretary in tended to leae Chicago, he raised the bond to S3. 000. Levy was unable to give the new bond and . i.ns. ioi ntly went to jail. Iniinniii pmitii nniiTiiiriii uirinii III 1 1 K 11 R IsVllfl II U Ulllll nIL Iffl iniLII kl muiimi dmiii iuuui iliv vvlidii I Sailor Easily Outfights Heavier Opponent and Earns Decision at End of Twenty Rounds of Slow Milling. (Ily Mnnllng Journal Niicelul l-euanl Wire). Han Francisco, Dec. 27. tiunboat Smllh, of San Francbco, lonikht was u I veil the decision over Frank Moian, In the til'ill round and In the six teenth. .Moran became badly fright ened as Smith rushed him that he looked for a place to escape from the rliiK. Throughout the fight the sailor used a straight, hard left-to the fac e, punctuating the series .villi an occasional right cross or swing to the head or Jaw. He also used both hands in uppcrcutting successl'iilly. Moran'p face showed the effect ol' Smith's broadside, while the gunner went to his dressing room without a mark. Throughout the fight Moran used rough tactics, swung wildly and was generally awkward and heavy on his feet. He was cautioned for butting with bis head and using his elbow. . YOAKUM WINS FROM . HARRY WILLIAMS IN FOUR ROUND CONTEST (Niwliil DUpateh In I he Morning jmirmiU I.os Angeles, Dec, 27. In a 4-roiuid bout here tonight, Stanley Yoakum won from Harry Williams, a promts- California lightweight, on points ''y a w ide margin. Yoakum was the aggressor throughout and easily out fought and outpointed his opponent. The bout was rel'ereed b Luther McCaity and was staged at Venice. Charley Dalton, who was to have met Yoakum, failed to appear and Wil liams was sustituted at thiAlast min ute, Yoakum made a gooA Impres sion on the fans. FIREMAN HARRIS TO MEET BATTLING BRITT AND FLYNN (SiktIiiI rorrranondenivi li Mornlne Tniirnnl Trinidad, Colo., Dec. 27. Fireman Harris, the Trinidad white hope, has struck pay ore in the fight game at Pueblo. Tho big heavy weight landed In H10 Smelt. !' Cltv itn M.tn.lav biokilu: f(ip a ,Tmt(.n vi.slt;.,i tni, athletic head- ! pound man with lots of experience and a good record. He owns a farm in Kansas but has done most of his fighting in Oklahoma. He fought a draw with Morris when Morris was first coming nut. The match will be staged In Pueblo, Klynn expressed a desire to get Into the ring with the. Trinidad man and Harris consented to meet the big fire man. Local fans are Inclined tolhlnk that Harris is taking on 11 pretty big game for a beginner. Flynn is an old experienced fighter with the best of training to give him an advantage. Harris, however, believes he can spring a surprise that will put him in the topnotch class. AMERICANS SHOULD KNOW OLD WORLD Memphis, Tend.. Dec. 27. Dr. Israel A brums, of London, reader in Kabblnlcs of the I'liiversity of Cam bridge, t'dd the Jewish 1 ha,itaiiiiui society today that he toll ml the chil dren of America woefully ignorant of the customs, geography and history of the Old World and urged that the I'nlted States congress be petitioned to remove the trff oil Kngllsh edu cational books, that the children may be given more opportunity of en lightenment. David Wcgilin. teacher in public and religious n li,inl of Paltlmore, said the world is trying to do things too fast and that the speed mania has spread to the class room. The re sult Is that the teacher does too much of the work and what thoughts the pupil his are not sufficient at tlmp for the 'Vi,res-i,.n. be declared. I Itv actual experiment. Mr. W'egelin re-jsnbl. It was shown that the average school teacher .-!.! 2r. iiiiestions In leiitation period of 4", minutes. Hanoi r baplei New York. Dee. banner chapter of ing to report." mad nual convention of ' of Sociali-rn. 27. Yah has the socialism, aceord - today to the an die intereolte'-'iat'- socialist society. The annual report states that twenty undergraduates and two graduate chapters wi re add ed to the society this year. The under graduate chapters have increased from thirty-eight to fifty-nine In four years. PROVES SQMEWHA IT CLASS TITLE IS ANNEXED P Victim of Luther McCarty's Punches Announces He is ''Real" Champion and Will Meet All Comers. (Sinm'IiiI I'orriM.non.lrin l Mnrnln Journal I New .,rk, Dec. 27. Will, Well, that's the way with a loser! Here .llin Flynn, the Pueblo fire man, who on the tenth of Decblistmas out in Los Atmeles, was Hie recipient of a harrowing experience administer ed by the ex-eowpunoher Luther Mc carty, comes gumshoeing Into town, and he's here a whole day without ut tering a single peep, and really no body was hep to the fact that lies here. And J lni doesn't have a single word to say until be casts a seculative eye over the spoiting page of the Morn ing World, wherein he sees that, a new championship weight has been created by the New York boxing com mission. Anil then Well, Mr. Andrew Cbiariglioii, alias Jim Flynn. Pueblo fireman and pug: llst extra,, rilliiary, Just lot out one loud yawp and taking his pen by the hand he led II a. loss a sheet of foolscap to the following tune: New York City. Dec. 23. 1SH2. Sporting Kditor: Dear Sir: In today's paper 1 take note that the New York State Ath letic Commission has arranged a new scale of weights and designated the 17'i-pound class as "iVmmiss'nti." I beg to advise you that I this day claim the coniiiilssiiinwelghl cham pionship. My right to the champion ship In this class can hardly be ques tioned, as I have defeated every legi timate contender at that weight. If, however, there is any one In Ibis class that disputes my right to this title. I stand ready to defend same, and would be pleased lo hear from all challengers before 1 leave New York. Yours truly, JIM FLYNN. This claim ly Flynn will undoubt edly stir up a fine hullabaloo umolig the newly classified "commisslon welghts." (lunboal Smith, Tony Koss, Frank Mor.in, Frank Mantcll, Tom Mc.Mahon and a host of lesser lights will flood Flynn with challenges, and undoubtedly ninny of these will prove Just as good a claim 10 the title as 1 Flynn. Itnss especially will make a strong I bid for the title, using his sHory over Al Palzcr as a foundation for hi claim. Flynn has lots to say about his re cent passage at. arms with McCarty, the tenor of which is that Flynn would undoubtedly have won had the con test continued. "Why," says Flynn, "1 was strong and willing. I've been knocked down many times in former battles and have come strong at the end and knocked out mv man. I would have done the same thing Willi McCarty." Flynn picks Palzcr to defeat Mc Carty In their battle on New icars day. The fireman declares thai he doesn't believe that McCarty "can stand the gaff" as well as Palzcr. In any event, says Flynn, he will demand a match with the winner. E Call Money Goes Up to Twelve Per Cent, Later Breaking to Seven; Accommodations Close as Low as 1 Per Cent, (U.v Muriiliiic Jiinrunl Spi'iliil Imm'il Wire).. New York, Dec. 27. Such varia tions In prices as the stock list re vealed at the close of today's busi ness were, for the most part, losses, but so far as the standard stocks were concerned, the movement was light. It was another day of unusually small business and icier lack of initiative with specul.it. ye interest at the van ishing point. The principal fluctua tions were among the specialties. Harvester, Diet Sugar. Can and Rub ber fell back from 1 to 4 points each. Money rates fluctuated in an erratic w'ay. The opening was at 10 per cent. Iron, which It was advanced ipiickly to 12 per cent. Renewals were made at 12 per cent, the highest renewal rate if the year. The rate fell off steadily and during the afternoon 7 per cent was iioted. At the same time it was reported that various out-of-town banks which had deposited funds here for loaning were holding out for l"i per cent. The demand for accommodations, however, was small Mid toward Hie close the "quotation fell off until offerings wi re made ut 1 per cent. A further h gain by the banks forecasts of the estimates being In of 4.0iMi,ooa. II Is was indicate, in weekly statement the neighborhood estimated tills statement w-lll reflect a turn of cash withdrawn for Christ mas which caused a smaller gain In cash last week than had been Indicat ed by known movements of money. The bond market was Irregular with some heaviness in convertible issues. Amu lua ma ted Copper 76 '4 American Agricultural 54 Sk A merican American American American American American fleet SllWIir 4 I ''4 Can 2Vs Can Pfd 114 Car Foundry f" 'n Cotton oil " ' lAnterlcan lee Securities 1 JIM L MEW YORK STOCKS ARE DULL AND TIC , . II u .. 42'w .. 72'a .in:, . .117 American Tel. . Tel HI Aiuc l b tin Tobacco 2 7 5 Anaconda Mining Co S9 Atchison 105 , Mi bison pfil 102 Atlantic Coast Lino I :i 1 ' ll.i Kim, n , iilil.i m Hi tlllehem Steel ;t!l , Hl ouklyu llapld Transit '.12 Canadian Pacific 2.MO , Central Leather 20 Chesapeake ohlu 7S, Chicago (ileal Western I .", Chicago. ,.MII. Ai St P 1 I I N Chicago Northwestern l.lfi'i, Coloiailo Fuel L- Iron :UC Ceimolhlutcd ('.as 140 S Corn Products Li 7 1 'claw are f I Unison 1 tilt Homer ri Klo Crauilc tut, Denver .vi lib" (Iraude pld Ifi'j 1 llstlllel'N' Securities 2 I ' Flic :n File 1st pfd 40 F.rle 2nd pfd :ix' (iencial Flectrlc 1 :i c.reat Northern pfd i:to' illeiit Northern Ore Ctfs 40 i, Illinois Central I2tl Intel -borough-Mel 1 f ' Interliorough-Met. pfd Inter Harvester Ill Inter Marine pfd ls'4 International Paper I 2 'j International Pum 10 Kansas City Southern 20 '.j Laclede Has 102 Lehigh Valley., ltiti'a Louisville - Nashville 110 Minn., St. P. & Sault Ste. M LIS Missouri, Kansas ,vi Texas 2ttr Missouri Pacific 40's National lilsctilt I 211 U National Lead rT, ' Natl. Ilvs. of Mexico 2nd pfd.. 27', New York Central 107'i New York, out. ,i Western Hl'j Norfolk ri Western 112 North American 70 Northern Pacific 1 20 i4 Pacific Mall Ill Pennsylvania 1 21 "a People's (las 114 Pittsburgh, C. C. ,M St. 1 1 OS Pittsburgh Coal 2:1 Pressed Steel Car Hti Pullman Palace Car ...liH'a Heading HIT Republic Iron A Steel 2ti Republic Iron ,i Steel pld N 5 Rock Island Co 23 M, Kock Island Co. pfd 411 St. L. X- San Fran. 2nd pfd.... 2H Seaboard Airline IS '.'j Seaboard Airline pfd 4 5 Vi Sluss Sheffield Steel .Si Iron.... 40 Southern Pacific I 0.1 Southern Railway 27 "h Southern Railway pld S04 Tennessee Copper UN Texas & Pacllic 22 '-j I'nion Pacific ir.ll I'nlon Pacific pfd Hi 'i I'nlted States Really 73 Vi Fulled Slates Rubber 01 I'nlted States Steel fii'i I'nlted States Steel pfd 1 OH V, I'tah Copper f S 1 '4 Virginia Carolina Chemical.. .. 4.'l Wabash 4 Will ash pfd Hl'i Western Maryland 4(1 H Western I'nlon 7.1 Wcstlngliouse Khctiic. 70 W heeling Lake File S Total sales for the day, ,1 2.",, 1100 shares. Closing stocks: Total sales, par value, $1,4X0,000. I'nited States 2's coupons advanced ' of 1 per cent, the 2's registered of I per cent, ami 3'n coupons, Vi of 1 per cent on call. Boston Closing Mining. .Vim lit an Linseed American Locomotive. , Amor. Sm. & licfij Amel. Sm. & 1U fg. pld . . , American Sugar liefiulug Alloucx 41 Amalgamated Copper " A in ii. Zinc, Lead i Sin 2s-i Arizona Commercial IHh llos. & Curb. Cop. & Sll. Mg.... Ii V, ( 'alumet At Arizona , 70 Calumet it lleela ."'10 Centennial I 7 Vs Copper Range Con. Co Ii I Fast Unite Cop. Mine 1 4 Vi Franklin 'i (liioux Consolidated ill 5-Hi lira n by Consolidated Bit Crecne Caiianca S 1 fi- I (i Isle Royalle '(Copper) 3 "j Kerr Lake '!" Lake Copper 24 'i La Salle Copper a Miami Copper 'o Mohawk " Nevada. Consolidated I ' Nipisslng Mines !' ' North 111, tic :i;1' North Lake jl's ( lid Dominion Osceola 1 Qtllncy. . . . ' ' Shannon 1 :! ' Superior Superior M Hoslon Min 1 'i Tamarack C. S. Sm. Ref. M ill 4 2 S C. S. Sm. Ref. & Min. pld '4!l dull Consolidated I'l'V I tab ( 'upper f ' Winona '''' Wolverine ''' Chicago Board of Trade. Chicago. Dec. 27, Hoard of trade markets siumpou iou.ij, norm c ping h to 'i-c. Higher cables based chiefly on prospective light world's shipments, ma Ibta incl wheat prices for a while early, although yesterday's top was not attained. Later the mark et broke on the accumulation of stocks In the northwest and the Argentine official report showing that this year's crop will exceed that of last year by L'S, 000,0(10 bushels. May sold be tween Ii2' and 0 I ' 0 1 c; closing 'il b.c under yesterday at !' I n ' 01 '-c. The tone was steady at the de cline. The coin market was dull ami In clined to drag and the close wa. at the bntlom. May closed al 4S',c While oals wile not so weak as coin, trade was Inactive May closed at 8 2 ''I 3 2 ?c. Liquidation of January products was the sole feature nf the trade In provisions. The close was from 1 2 'i to l." to 3MI 32 '.I' low er. Wheat - Dec , Mi cents; May. 81 "idl'i cents; July, SS'.N cents. Corn fie. . 47 V cents; May, 4t cents; July, 40 cents. ,Ih I.,.,-., 32 i 32 'a cents: May, 32 K 32 s cents; July . 33 cents. Mess pork, per bid --Jan.. $17.fi2'i: May, is.no. Uir.l. per loo lbs Jan.. "J . 7 S IH.77 ; May, $ .s.V Short ribs, per loo lbs-Jan., $0.tiO; May, $!UI2. Kansas City Grain. Kansas City, Dec. 27. Close Wheat May , Mi c; July, K3 c, Corn May, 4 0 Hi 40 "c; July, 4ii' (it 4 ,'c. ( lots -May, 31 '4 ifl 3 4 e. The Metal Markets. New Yolk, Dec, 27.- Copper -(julet. Stand. ltd spot lo March, l', 00 til i. .17; electrolytic, $1 T.li 2 fu I '. 7 , lake, tlT.liLMi 17.X7; lastlni!, $I7,2.'iM 1 7.37. Tin -Firm. Spot and Dec, $r,u 4'Ha TiOiiO; Jan., $.",0.00', riO.10; Feb., $ P.I 00 Ii i Ml. 10. Lead- (Julet. f 120 i 4.30. Speller IJiiiel. 7. 20 Hi 7.10. AilUiiionv ' (Julel. Cooksou's $10.. "ill. linn -ijiilct and unchanged Copper arrivals, l.MI tuns. Fxport thli month, 23.UU', tons London cop per, easy. spot. 7(1. 2s, (id; futures, 77, L's, (id. Loiiiiii tin Fasy. Spot. 227, 1 0s. Oil; futures, 227, Ijs. London lead. LIS. London spelter, 120. Iron - Cleveland warrants, 07s, Hi'.jil In London, SI. Louis Speller. SI. Louis. Dec. 27. Lead, higher. $4.1 7 'b 1i 4 2. Spelter, , pilot. 7.ir,. New York Money Market. New Yolk, Dec. 27. Call money opcncil.nl 12 per ceiil loony and re newals were made at the same rate. This eijuals yesterday's high limita tion. In the early aLcrnnon hi low as 10 per cent was iiuoicd, ilthoiigh out-of-town banks were holding mil III expectation of placlu;i .noiiey here al a higher figure. Demand was relatively light, how ever, and no recurrence of the s'.tl g cucy of several weeks i i v," In ii loans touched 20 per cent, Is looked f, r. Close Prime uieicair.lle paper, li per cent: rterllng cxi ha nge. easy, with actual business III bankc;9' bills at $4. SI for lio-day bills and at 4.Sl.sr, for demand. Commel'ijlal hills. $I.V(0'.i. Par sliver. li2'SiC. Mexican dollars, 40c. (lev ernnicnl bouil.', firm; railroad bonds, Irregular. Treasury Statement. Washington, Dec. 27. Thif condi tion or the I'uiled Slates treasury at the beginning of business today was: Working balance, $S0, 3 111. 437. in banks and Philippine Irei irv. $.12,74 7,38 1. Total of general fund. $14 2,113,2211. Receipts yesterday. $1.-170,00 1. 1 Hsbursc incuts, $ 1.7 SO, 7 3 0. Deficit (his fiscal year, $ I ,D 1 1 ,5 1 0, as against a deficit of f 2,'t,ti8il.i;;ir, last year. The figures for receipts, d'.s bursenicnls and deficit cxi lude Paua iiiii canal and public debt transactions. Bradstreet's Weekly Review. New York, Dec. 2T. I irailsli eel's will say tomoirovv; What Is described III loosi sc'iions of Ihe country as a lec.uil holiday trade, has crowded a year which has had few equals and fewer superii'iu In nearly every line of human en deavor. This, of course, i.'fiiM illici t ly to volume of product or value of output, rallier than lo iosi'mIls of profit which are conceded to have been cut In many lines. Hi st reports as to holiday rind re tail trade came from the west, west and Hie eastern states, many of the lug the ycar ull records. I Pacific coast. In the trade has been good large cenlcrs report end iradc us lueaklng ,csh buoyant udvicos came from the southcasl of the .Mis sissippi, but lure shorter yields arc held mainly responsible. In Ihe whole sale trade and industry lli'-ro loin bel li a quieter tone. As the year closes, I be I', -ill,,! i.i on,, of cheerful consei vol b m, bill in I ol pessimism, because of the laci thai three lo seven m, mills' orders an; In ha ml. The end of I lie year finds I We labor situalion quiet, as a whole, after a year nolabl,, for some big strikes ami for many and widespread wage advances. Holiday dullness prevails In llle New York slock market, the re in wed firmness of money due to the end of the year i eqolremenls, also clucking speculative activity. A some what Improved senllmeiil Is displayed, lioivev IT, HusinesM failures for the week end ing December 201b, were 253. against 3 2 2 last week and 3U4 In the like week of loll. Failures ill Canada for Ihe week were 13 In number. Wheal, including flour cvpnrls from the I'niteil Stales and ('ana, la for the week elolin.; December 20th, aggre gate 4,!l.1ii OSi; biiHbnl", against 0. 0117, 5-10 last week, and 2.X,'i5.530 thi" week last year. Corn exports aie 702.30.1 bushels, again:-'! 135,535 last week ami 1.2'!.!, 735 bushels in loll. Dun's Weekly Review. New York. Dei'. '.--Duns Rew I'VV will say tomorrow : The notable development al tin close of the year Is Ho- tl i-memlous expansion In i Vnt". wiio n breaking previous records, the move ment Iron, lb, port ol New Vol!:. '"'' the last v.ccl., amounting lo $20. 3.0. - Olio $4, 130. 'ion larger than in 1311. There Is some shming down ol de mesne operations in the closing weeks of tile year as Is usual, vet the i ol - rent slati-ties of business continue al mosi as noteworthy as those of for eign cinioei ci . Dank clearing.-. (about the best measure o activity available, Increased Ibis week. I 1.0 per cent, as compared with 111, aiol railroad gloss earnings for the first had of Deccmb, r gained 3 K per cent. Retail holiday trade was of imposing nrniKiiiiiiiis. iiml this had a favorable effect on wholesale trade and on in- llllsll i.,1 lllll s. , the ill 11,1 Steel tl.oll the h i t .11 id heavy pur i (. I m re a ... l.l.S of wo.', i, t.v, n;, lo lb i I'h ) i a i . ) and ch . . I ... i ., .(, . chorier boii,:..,. this year Ulan ia 1. Insistence of ilemai, cotton markets: show . .iu,u,ic I largo (loAiestle movement Hil l e lilts, Hl lelert In the lliiaiicial I r . I ., I i Is s'lll keiii as in the result nl ;' .' I.alki n peace negotiations in l.e .!' n, but u holiday iUii'lUeSM general y JileMlIb-. The Wool Markets. Iloston Wool. I lust, Hi, I ec. 7 - The ( 'ollimi ll tlullctin ,!l , . cl' llle wool nun I, tomorrow , A Very I Milled ,Ual.!'ly of busllle: I lias been ll Uls.'cleii III llle Hoslnll wool muikci during llle week and that coniisled very llllgily of odds and club, ot slu, k. on which prices were pioslbly shaded fracllonallv to Induce lan k i I aiiups rather than because of ally lo-s 111 llle Intrinsic Value of the j wool. ,l,,,nl wools of i. tallies and , hoi. u , t arc held at fliin iiuotallous jatnl dealeia Pave no hesitation I ti I ii I'll - ing down low olfers without a second tlieui:ht. Slocks of wools lo re are very I'l.bt. St. Louis Wool. St. Louis. Dec. 27. Wool Market steady. Territory and western me diums, 2 1 Co 2fic; line mediums, lMfa' L'ocj iliu , 1 :) Ci 1 7c. The Livestock Markets. Chicago Livestock. Chicago, Dec. 27. Cattle--.Receipts H.TiOO; market slow, weak. Ik eves, $ .",.',' a in O.TiO; Texaa sleeis, $ 4 CO He '..Mi; western steers. 7 b 'n 7.0 ll : Mockers and fei dels. $ l.2ti ai 7.40; i i owm and heifers, $2. fi fu 7. fib ; calves, Jii.Tiici in. Oil. I Dogs . Receipts 22,000; market slow , l-lt--.lt) , $ 7,211 'i 7 . 7. 7 'a ; iiilxeif . $7, 2 fill 7.0'i; heavy, $ 7.2."i l 7.li,ri; rough, $7.20'n-7.:iii; pigs, $5.i!A 7.10; blllk Id Mlli'S, S7.4llf,l 7.0.1. Sheep - Receipts 1 7.000; market ste, nly, oe lower. Native. $4.20i 6. till; western, $ l.2r, f(l 5, Ml; yearlings, !,0.0ll'-i 7.2fi; lambs, native, $.1U .!,"; western, $,;.4:ci( H.iiri, Kansas City Livestock. Kaiu as I lly, I lee. 27. Cattle Re ceipts l.ooo. Including 100 southerns; market i. toady. Native steers, $H,,rilUtii !.2fi; southern steers, $ l.d," fu '7.23; southern cows and heifers, $ 3. 5i ' fi.2f; native cows and heifers, $3.t;0''fl S.0II; -tuckers and feeders. $.1.00 l 7.45; bulls, $L0IKi fijitl; calves, $11.00 (i. 10.00; western sleets, $ 7i.ii l ijt U. 1 0 ; W DSlelli cow s, $3,7ri 91 ll.fcl. Hogs Receipts 4,ri00; market steady. Hulk of sales, $7.1 Mr 7.4.1; heavy, i $ 7 . 4 0 Ar 7 . f, o ; packers and butchers, $7.2Mr-7.ri0; light, $7.10 7,35; pigs, $.'1.7511 0. Mi. Sheep Uecidpts 3.000; market steady, 10c lower, M nitons, $4.00 r,.i 5.21; lambs, $0.50 c,i 8.35 ; range weth ers and yearlings. $ 1.50 ffi- 7.25; ranstn CW I S. 3.(1(1 ! I HO . THE WM. FARR COMPANY Wholesale and Retail Pettier In iim:sii ash salt MKxra t-a usages it Specially For cattle and hogs Iho idggest mar ket prices are paid. BALDRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY Paints, Glass, Cement, Roofing and Builders' Supplies. PUMPS, WELLS, ENGINES. Windmills, Irrigation Plants and Waler Supply Plants. Fnglnes for Crude. Solar Oil or flasullne. Hteel and Wood Substructures. WO mm; SON. Office 112 W. Copper Ave. Phone IUI Mcgollon Stage and Auto Line MMI.Y Leave Silver Cll 7 a. m. Arrive, Mogolbm 4 p. hi. Leave Mogollon 7 a. m. Arrive Silver City 4 p. hi. SS'i lal Cars on liequcst. ( all or Aililicss: '. . Marrlell, I'lop, Silver i Ily. N. ,M. I', ,1. ,IOIISO, Agcnl. m FRENCH FEIWsLE yttil UKIUL3. I NEVER IN0WH TO fU. Hft'r' ',X.i ffc- Doll t.l.UtlIPt 'I T Ki'lWf "'""' " ' r..r ll IKH r h. Will riul them It11. h NinitiiM Kr. irruiir-ci(MM tiar tl'em ml fuur -irr U IM SUN PROOF Paint Is equal lo any paint sold t In New Mexico up in m We are closlnit It out at $1.75 per gallon, which lo below cost, to make room for a new line. Proof retails In eastern cities at from $2.25 to $2.50 rer gallon. Till: SU'l HIOll l.t'MISFK ft MILL CO. ! National Foundry 1 & Machine Company General Foundry Work, Iron and Brass Castings. BABBITT METAL Albuquerque, New Mexico I lie ft ton