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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1913.
t orntnm i'pWiMbwosed; tpk jgl; UNIVERSALLY FOR GH SCI1 RIFLE Results in First Scores in Matches Embracing Twenty Institutions Announced by Govcii ment. IUj Vlfirtilnw .l..iirn;tl Kiii'i lnl I riisril Wlrr.l Washingl J. Hi. 1T. The results f tllr lirsl I" 1 1 1 . shooting contest ever h, III under Hi" J it-itt -t of the gov -.riiincnl between Hit' rifle teams nf (,.(, ., pools 111 the various cities nf tlie munii'v for which ii handsome H, w 1 1 l l v has hren prc-sciiti-.I bv (In' war il'l.tt tiit'tit, were announced (iiiI.iv follows: Tliii ow,i City high school ilcfcat ,,,1 the Faliimure Polytechnic, with u ,. ,,f to.2 to 7Mi; Deurlng high v,-h'ii'l of Portland, .Mi".. defeated j',l,.,.kiiiie. I:iiw.i hidl. to 'h' Snlltllelll liluli, "f Philadelphia, dc frnt.il Pevvtlt Clinton, of .New York t'ih. 'i;'s S!ID ""' Stuvvesant high. ,,f New' York City, defeated tin" High sVlie'il of Commerce, New York City. MlTi to M"; th'' Mollis high school, of New Yoik i'itv. defeated I In- Kastcrn li II, pii-llid of Cellllllhlu. MIX to mm; ihr !-'i,i ind icld, .Muss., I rchnologv . lefciilill tlir Fusiness lliull. I ikI lie 1 ,f r,.u"ii.i:i. st:i to 7tt;; Portland. M Iiiuh. defci't ,1 Tin-son. .M l... Inch, t" l,r,s: "" Lake ' i,v. 'ah liuilb defeated I i: U l. t of Cotumhiu M,iini;il Training. H2I M Ml'; Suseiiio limim. I 'a . high, defeated Sn lilt St. .Viatic, high, to M,;': ,im' ""' rim, Free academy, N. V, ilclcated I hi" Louis. .Mo., .Manual TriPliing. I 'I'll,. r,.ini,tilioii Hlit, -It began insi wi'iU, consists "f a "roiiMil rohin" seiics of matches In which twenty high schools, covering a territory fnnii Maine to Arizona ninl from the District of Colllllllila, to I "til 11. arctak i,i" pari. l'"or nine weeks, the schools will cuinprlo against eaeh oilier until In a series of eliminations, the win ning team is ,let( i nline, I. PALZER AND JOHNSON MAY MEET IN PARIS Xi u Voik, Jan. I 7. - .laek -toll iimoii :u:ri . il tod. iv to fiirht Al I'al.er III j I'.uis for tin. world's hen vv w eV.ht i li.uiililoKsliip on the ninht of June I 'Jj, tin. eve of Ihe l"I'llld I'liX faces. I Turn n l.'iiui ke, I'ul.er's manager, au lliitllleeil tile I e, eipl of a teleKl alll I from .Inhnsoii In Chieano, iiceeptlnir ih- HTin nlferi'il l.v ft. I.ippiv in j Pans, arraniiiiiK the niateh. The terms , the (! u Inner till pel" cent of the uatP receipts, with a miarantei" nf 5:',0.(imi. JnhllSoM'M teleiiram follows: 'Terms satisfactory. W'e will make lirr.intementM when I se,. ou tn re furil to pielureK find transportation. Wire l.ippo (i. IC. Thanks," St. ,oiiiw I'lil.K'I's Sly;" ( 'mil rncts. St. I, ii is. Jan. 17. outfielder I ill her Koiiiii .mil Catcher Frank frr-vMn sh'iieil i-ontracts today to play Hiih tin- In, nl American lcuiru,. club during the siuson of 1 1 3 . J'onin was elilaiiied from the Culunihus Amerl-i-in iissneiiition cluh In 1IHI, hut an injury kept him out nf the unnn ('russin ciime here from the lihifihum tnti. X. V.. state leaiiue club last full. I'iidiers llarrv Sallee iiiul Cnlicrl H.irmiin, of the St. I.ouis Nation.'ils, iili" hale sk:ncd contracts, for the iTiliiiiH season. While Sov Triiin r( I'lismlenil. hiw Angeles, Jan, 17. The Clileauo American ,:i(iue baseball cluh will do their sprmi; training In I'asndena, If 'hi' .'iirniiMements niade today by I'resiili nt llenrv Uerry, nf the Los Am;,'l, l'm ifie Coast ,mku," team, re I'l'iie the approval of rri'Sident Cum isticy, of the While Sox. The Chienno nu n will ,lo Ihoir worli In Toiirnn inrnt liarlt. win I-,, the polo lied will he ti'.insforini'il Into a baseball diamoinl ninl they will bf. iinirtered in a hotel n slinrt distinu,. iiwav. A series of miniim names with the l.os AiikcIch '""st liiunie tram will Im ilayed ill I-es Alli;e lis Mr. Man, Could You Use $5? that "i ni ii" wori.D m; mh i;s-in)i i,ii"r i t ? ii vor t oi i.D swi: it ox ti;k itiu iiasi: i'iik k or sMI.TIIIi Vol' AtTlAL I.V I I :) HUT lOli IN STA( i:. v"i c sw i: th vr m r.i- I I I. So HILL 15V (d'H'IMi m; or out KLi.i l ak SiSl ITS l'HOItAI'.LV.H ST 'HI". KIND VOV'XK l AVs i:ok;iit i:i :ioiti: '"I! JtLV V('l AN SAVK .MOKi: THAN ON LKTTLK SITTS, I'OU " i: ii vi; t iT Tiii; I'ltici l: ACI LV ONIM OVUTH OX All, WINTKIl SI-ITS IV- I I TIX; SOAII-; I INK "SO tU TV I5IJAXD" M MIUIKS. THE HUB Clothing Co. si:oxi AND if. X Tit. K TEHIS COMPETE FOR TROPHY KIGRS BREAK Ell WITH BUSINESS COLLEGE Boys Easily Outpoint Stcnog-j raphers, But High School! Girls Lose; Both Contests! Fast; Attendance Large, i Tin' High Sehool and A 1 1 in 1 11 1 I one I'.usincss ,( Me).',,' last night broke even In the basketball ut the armory. The hoy s won, Il.'i to II, double-header High school I. lit tlH" Mills lost, 15 to !i. The High s, llool hoys outclassed the student sti uographcis. The hit ler did not looU IIu,. a possible win ner at any time. The students sewed up the Kami' in the first half. Their teamwork mid basket shooting wore tar superi, to the stenograph, rs' ilmmnslrntluii. The lineup was as follows : IliKll SelllM.I .1 . M e( 'a una . . II. Medium . Shut I le burger. 1 I, SM'llll'll . . . . Sellers LusilloSS fldjego. . Km w aril . , Neher . L ot w a i d . . Center . . Cuard . 1 1 uard . y.lrhul Tl rffi llblll K .... ZearillK Knell Joe MeCai'liii w.is eleel of the II Lull sehool team. Canna brothel's ,ind also ! Iiej- shared honors In the s lartinent. 1 Ir.-selden and ell eaptaill The Me-iliul'llebar-eorin'? lle : ell. I'm did wffooliw defeiishe work. The eui'tain -ra .sir between Ihe lAiils was furious lor the first half. Their speed slaeki lied nRer that, hut the typewriters li.nl i !-, t up u seore bi eiiounh to , inch the niue. 1'rai' lleally all their seores iiiiih' In the first bulf. The line up wiim: lliull Sehool. Kusineis Colli'.'e Trotter. . . Sweli, r. . KranUlin . W'alson. .. ( 'olnan . . . Kiel;." A la rue . . . I' oi ward . . . I'l'l-Wal'd ... i 'enter . . . . Center . ... ( J na r,l . ... i iimi'il . rnwd saw la Carlw rii;lil . . il l- ham . . . Stai hlin , . . ( 'al'l',l;en Mvers Thelin li.l llli's. Ih MTARLAND-WHITNEY FIGHT PREVENTED BY OMAHA POLICE iniaha, Neb.. Jan. 17. A siu,nl of; polbe and plain clothes men, headed' bv a sriMiMiit, apicaieil at the ritm sid,. tonlKht w hen the sclieduh.d li!,rhl , betu eeii l'ackey Mcl'ai land and j I' lankie Wliitney was ready for Stan- ! HiK and lili'Vetiird the bellinereiils j Iroui appi'iirine; us annoiinccil. The, sheriff, with a corps of deputies, also was present. The two prospect h e . lighters were i nl rod need to the audi- j eliee, two wiestliiij,' exhibitions were! furnished and the entertainment end-1 rd. A few days at;o, .Chief of I'ohce ! Dunn put n ban on boxing mutches ! anil iluis c tided, for the present at j least, the promotion of fistic carnivals j in this city. It was announced, how- ever, that the Id-round limit hclwccn i "Kriieki.nl" liluwn anil Hill I'vick, at South (iniaha, Monday hiKht, would he curried out. South umaha is a sepa rate municipal corporation. RYAN AND WI'lLARD' BOX JANUARY 24 AT PRESCOT, ARIZ. rrescutl, Ariz., Jan. 17. I'trlimi- iiary arrauBmuents for tin- Lyan-Wil- 1 lard imitcli on the iMth nf this nth Jiave been conchlded, the flrdit'l'S llliviim inch ilf iiosited $.',(1 Willi Ihe sporting rilllor of a Imul paper fur appearance In Ihe iIuk on tiie dale spei il'ied. 'I he men have iiurred to take till per cent of the Bate receipts; iind divide It fill per cent to the wln-j net- uml til to the loser. Perhaps this liKht will turn out lo Im a belter mulch than th" fans iin- tleipalc. At first blush il looks iis j thuiiKh It.vuu had all Km pel emitaf;i'. ; hut the fans nirec that Willard is' clever hut lacktmr a knoekui.t pum.'h. j However, that old rim,- veteran, Jack Mi Miiliii, has uiidetiakeli to train the j New MeXio arvel, to ilevelop (he yoiim... man's laletit (iilent and feinedv ihe defecl. I'luler unt il lutdaue he j should he able to Kive u tfood ac count of himself. j ' There will be two ratllins,' tin, id prcliniiiiiiries - six and ninht rounds j each which will servo as a ppeti.ers lor the ma ill pi, jeanneWarns" ! popular decision OVER JEFF CLARKE .ii plin. M fit n. 17. Joe Jeall- Ihe uetrro heavywemht. won il lirlt' iiiiiuiliir ili'i-i'iitui nver Jeff Clark, nf Joplin, In a fast 10-rotind bout here tonight. Clarke was the iiKKressur in the first four rounds, hut after that Jeannette hail all the bettor of .the milling. Jeannette landed often, hut without serious effect. Itiillt Simm Willi ( liicnso Anici'lcnns. Chlcaeii, Jan. 17. Morris Hath, the recruit second baseman, who played a speedy Ma me with thti Chicago American U-hkup teain last year, for 'varded today liis sinned contract for liil",, Frank Fnrroll. owner of Ihe New York American leamie teain. wrole today to President Murphy, thankintc him for a conirratulatorv Idler on the acquisition of Frank iTia nee. I S lossn 1 1 Proves nheatahle, I St Louis, Jan. 17. Two sensatliui al runs Hiive Ceorifr P.. Slosson the fifth straight block of 400 points in his iVItHi-pnint match with Koli Ya macla at 1.2 balk line billiards here today. The total score for the tivo ninhls' play Is 2,IHH to 1,213 In Slos soii's fuwir. Slosson'.s liif;h runs wrrr 112 and ldl and the Japanese best run was 24. Slosson's nverai;e was 2S 4-14, and Viimada's. S 1-1.'!. . !H h Minnie I'or 'I'hoiin Mcs-mi-cs. New York, Jan. 17. It was tui tiouncptl herr today thai by l!Mf, it will hp possible lo communicate by telephone from N'ew York to Sun Francisco. The churnes for messasis of the S.lliiii miles will be lx a niinutr. IRRIGATION ueveiopmeiu 01 mis Mo:ihi in; Pecos Valley of New Mo"'i:ol Has Shown Some Uniiv.i'ld! Results, IIH'i liil t i,rri'Hih,l,'iM'f hi MiirniiiK .ImiriMll Itnswell, .. M , Jan. l7.-l'ulllU Ihe last twenty yearn there have been do doped and selll.-d several millions of acicM thai for thnisaiids of veals Hair lain Idle because nf the lack of water with which to IrrlKate tli'm-1 The mieinment has sent millions of dollars lii ti ii i hi i nu m ;l dams and ri sen oil s to catch l'i flood w aters of Ihr western streams and turn them upon the desert, where they would i transform barren sand into tre, n fields ami hhismimlnu on hards. Tut even after I'nelo Sam had ilammcd. every stream uml al io;, o In siuht.l there remained millions upon millions of acres which Heeded only the pre-j eh us water and a home builder to iiuil.e them fertile and kIoiIoiis. Hut thorn was no more Ih win' water nor were there many noiie ieat iirinue Which ceuld be dalllllled. Scientists said that there was a vast ainounl of rainlall iiiuii cniinli d for ,ir l siikvii sl ed that i, rhaps il was iiinler Ihe sur face of the m'oiiinl. The undent 10 X pt ia us had loan, I water In this wax in. -I had pumped II upon their fields. perhaps we ,ould do the same. A Utile study nf the matter made It clear thai not only the Dcy pt: ins, but the Japan, ,', the Chinese, the flench the Italians, ami eien Ihe Indians rii;ht lure in New Mexico had been piniiplm; wiilrr lei Irrigation for hun dreds nf years. They used eWTv Ih'til.' troin hand sweeps lo windmills, hut the cfleel w.is the same. Kiev raised walrr onto llu lr fields and iar ileus. So the pump became a staud-i in-, I method of Nceurlnn lrrialim; water in Ihe wist. Al first windmlll diovc tin' ii:mps, then steam was Hied and I'.is found effb iept. It Is still iii use in Ihe soulli. It was llior nuuhly demount. Hod th.i w a ler nil';" - j cienl ii if.:ale a fairly lai Me area I could be secured by a pump and an epi-'ine il li v ill by slcam. j 1'ut il was the pas cnyhm ami the' cenlt il'u'-'al pump that made possible the positively wonderful 1 1 a nsi orma - I li, n of the desert (able lands of lie j southwest and sinthorii Caliiornia. j The first real lest of this modern rain j iiiakln'-i was ill the San Jon, p, in val-j ley, There the artesian vaier tud-i denly ceased to (low, and it was noces- ! sure to raise il a few feet, l'umplim plants, of many kinds were tried and 11 has been thoroughly demonstrated there ami in many places I hi ou.diout the west thai one m iv pump water for irritalion us cheaply or cheaper than one can secure it from a kov ernnienl project. I In Arkansas and Louisiana they use the pumps to put water on the rice f'ehls. (n Cilifoi nla ' tile watir so j raised Is placed on the Mist orange j proves. In Colorado il is used on tiu'j licet fields and pnt.lloes. In. the 1'eeeS valley of New Mexico it has rem lied perhaps the highest point of d, velop Iii i' it and is used on Hie crent apple orchards and cantaloupe fields. The conditions l:i Km I'ecos valley al'" similar to many others In the west. In I he lower purls of the valley, II vvoIIh nre drilled in a sufficient dcplh. artesian water will flow iiatnral llecanse of the necessity for lininv miuh of Hiis land it is mi Inr nrchard, but urovvs hir;n crops alfalfa. 1 Hi Ihe higher lands Ihr Wilier will not flow but will rise in few feel nf the it is raised by lunulas to water ate planted on 'or many years discovered this the well 1,1 within a surface. From then means of eeiilril'UKal the orchards which this hichcr land. I alter the water was hii,li land was supposed to ht for n 1 1 i v ii I i nt lieeause there s unfit me, I to be no way of watcrliiK it. Tuilay thoiisaiiils of ueri s, not milv in this valley, hut also in the Mimbp'S val ley, ihe San Luis valley, the Mcsllla Valley, the Hondo valley, in fact ill every valley nf miy ama in the .suiilh wnst, have been trani-fmniod from a land of sagebrush and caclus inln a garden nf beaiily and I' rlilily. To ldl nf tills wonderful transition from antelope and prairie do;:s to chickens ami turkeys would fill a book. Individual instances could be adduced by (he thomnml to show the wonder wrou;:hl by 'little nerve, a lillle money, a lillie lend and a hill" pump." Peal estate inmi tell me llial to interest nu ensleriier a farm with ii pumpini; well on it is hard, for the prospect always thinks of a pump as a. wooden-handled 'fair, r,,uirinn labor at all limes and a bucket nf hot water and some cuss words on a cold inornlnit. However, when tin" soil-hutmry office mall sees the ileal lillle cement hull, linns that house these plants and Ihe f-reat fl renin of clear water Hiishiim front Ihe side ouliel, he chanyes his mind and thinks what a dub he was lo use such an old-fashioned pump. Soineliincs the pumps are mounted on urlcsiiin wells, lis In the Pecos valley, and sometimes on whal are known as surfae,. wells. These lat ter are usually in Ihe bed of a slrcam that flows undeiuround r are 111 a sheet of Water caused by his'h land on one or more sides of Ihe district where they are found, (ieolouieal ex pert:, can determine to a certainly Ihe source, i,f any given supply of water. For Instance, the Minibres river, In western New Mexico, flows beneath the siirlaee for many miles. Discov ery ami utilization of this fact lias ciMised many line farms to be put under riilllvatloti and the lillle illy (f Denilng to come Into being". And here It must be added ihat these lit tle cities, dependent tin the prosper ity of tileSe pUlllpillg bills, U 10 tllC livest In Ihe new slates. In the Minibres uml San Joioiiiin valleys Ihe pumping plants are most ly small Individual plants supplying only sufficient water for a small iii'ieiige, seldom over a hundred, in the preos valley land In the "pump ihh belt" Is being developed by lnige rompaiilrs and then subdivided. Large wells are bored, usually from twelve to sixteen inches In diameter, and cased with a heavy steel casing clear t' th,. artesian stratum. The pumps used vary In size uecortling lo the depth of Hit' water, but throw from l:,iiii to 2.iiMl gallons per min ute. Tu one unfamiliar with ihe measurement nf water this dues nut seem appalling. but It is a larger a mount than the average city water- works pumps, water In t nr tiny city block h foot It means sufficient to cover an ordinary deep. The nutlet nr pipe which conveys this water from the well to the ditch is from twelve to sixtfcu inches In tliamuUT, The amount uf water it is le i i ss.ny to pump mii Irs ol conise with the cll miile. Niiiriv twee us miuh water Is us. , In New Mi xleo us in Califor nia. A s.iuiii-uilloi.('er niliiiite stream In Calil, nila will liriHalo I. nun acres, while in New Mexico roiiuunit pr.ie tier huiUs the in la ,ii;i lo live m six liiimlicd. Whin ii man pumps Hie w.iler In; uses lor In iuatloii l.e r.,i I in i is somewhat mme an till nt the map. Iirr he u:vs it' abl'lvili'; It to Ins soil, lie desires lull Hid' u, . :i',, t, M, , es, thai word Is a vorv mhui mn' down here in the smith vv e-t, anioiii; those clly-bred and s lni-t.i it;:h oi -chaidisls. Mi to e, lii.M an, n.oli e find dildics nf cum ret.- helm; usej to convey ili. water ab..ut the latin, dnlnu; awiiy with lho weed -Kiow n ditches or "a, ctuias." i iceasion.iHv , lis nil tlie lu project al South Sl'i'inu. Ill Hie reus valley, tln se iliiihis are made nf i emeiit conduii ami placed unilerKi'ounil, the water brum taken from the inn in , oil, lulls lo means nl hvdiulils. A liature of this kind ul wavs makes Ill-lain appeal lo the prospective ol ehardisl, anil, iiIKioiikI) it Is ,U't" rxienslve, it mote than ,us lllies Us use In the amount nf water s.ived and for several other reasons. While the avelase falliu r that sees one of tln se modern iiwi ieull ui ill marvels In npei atiuil appneiales tal ly Ih'' couvenieme and Ihe Independ ence of hav'.ni", his own water sopplv he also would fmiiv of the ; ,i 1 u 1 1 1 y nl Km supply n tut Ihe enst n nperation. Th-" slabllitv and liermaneii, ,.f the water supply and Ihe una nf la nil that may he watered with water available in a nlveu disiiu ,ali be us ed tallied readily by a Meolie;lst. The novel i tin ut has cans, d their experts in this line lo make reports mi pnu' licaliy every supply 'U umlei L-rouud wiilei" III the wis;. Tin cost Is dc iei,lent ,11 tile lift. I'or llistallie, at lloswcll il has rout ?.'.:''. per acre tu-r vcar for water pumped with as ii'ttii'rs from a level oi (went v -snv en I'i i I. Crude nil or distillate Is used ml' tool In these diiritns. W ith i;asu Itn." as fuel Ihe ro-l is hinh, r, as it Is also Willi eh, 1 1 Icily, the latter be Iiil; nlninst not nl Ihe ituistuui at tin present rales. When uuc stops to think of the hi I nit i ion only a lew years aim, these lliousamls of fertile aen s ly inn bh .ik and bare, ueidinK only the precious ram, vvliidi would ind tall, uselul otiiy as the open ranim ,.r ,attle and sheei, die wonders if lie is iliv.iuiilm, lor now the Ian,) Is covcieil with fruit lad, lialds, ! II alfalfa li"lds. I'm lilt- and luxurious gardens, ami dolled w ith Ihe Imidulovv hoi.u s of thousands i f the soil hunrv easterner-', w bo, satiated Willi Ihe false pleasures n ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 s lnvis, ha v e rnlllr out Into Ihe open. Ill,' sun-hiue ami the 1 1 -1 1 air, lo bui'd a noiiie lor tin ne-eh es. to raise their chil dren free and uneoiil. , initialed, with iioc.s ami ebii ki us and rabbits In play with uml none to hinder. And Kiev ate making money ami pmsprrlnu. because fust they weie trained lo business. '1 hey lire niwaiii.id and inaikct in a businesslike manner. They run their cities as tln-v run their farms. Tin y I si and they call their puu.p-wate- paradise "The New Land nl Ihe Km K' d Apple," be iiiuse the Lr.it ones came limn Missouri. ARSON TRUST STOR! BJ IZZI LEADS TI Houses Burned al a Cost of Twenty-Five to Fitly Dollars; Canvass Made for Fircb Business, ltv Morninit .limriiiil sif,,iil l.,'iisi, Wirt". I .New York, Jan. 1.. --The Indict ment ,if three men us alleged Incen diaries it ii ( 1 the arrest of one of them, Lobmi J. Pubin. a lire Insurance ml -jiuter, were d c v c lot i in eii t s today Hi tlie district attorney's prosecnt ion of Ihe "arson trust" ,i,scribe,l by Isidor Si, in, the conv ict known as "Iz.y the painter." stein told his story today to an extraordinary grand Jury. The district attorney's office gave out tonight a statement concerning the allegations of "l..y" to the Jury, it tb claii s "l..y" licensed Kiibin of a liouse-tii-luni.se canvass of the city and arranging with Insured persons I, i have their properly set on fire. "Iz.v" became Ihe liielmg nl Kubin's direction. An iibsiiad of "l.v.y's" confession, made public by the district attorney, says: "The average amount paid to him lor a fire was bclweeti $'-" and $.,n, and he set about one or two each week, ciein stales Hint the pub lic adjusters froiUcilly would 'shako down' the insured, taking advantage of the situation ami tolled anywhere from aO to HO per cent of the amount the company paid. In humorous cases guod fiirnilnre and good cloth ing were taken mil of the flats, and in three cases burned furniture and old clulli.'a were su I ml i I ill ed. isi it i; d.ii su its it i "I a i x i n hi i oi;i; nt ;ks. Chicago, Jan, I 7,- I ndlct incuts of leaders of the "arson trust" art' ex pected to be rel ut lied next week, ac cording to slate's attorney Mutkloy llovne. nmijaiuiii Fink, alias Franklin now under arrest at South I'.end, Intl., is one of Ihe mmi wbos,. affairs will be investigated. Mr, lloynt; said that testimony would be given showing that Insurance adjusters were retain ed before Ihe fires were lighted. I'l'.'lil I'or Suffrage in X. Carolina. Jtllleigh, N. C, Jail. 17. A tight Iti obtain woman's suffrage In North Carolina was I uim lied today w ith a rei'i'lut inn n th,. limine lo amend the constitution. HUtTKLDKS. S VVi'slrrii Seeds for Wrsleril Planters I", Once used always used. If not Eat your dealer, we will supply timet. Our IS13 I'lilalopu," free, Dour' specialty, dry farming Seeds. STIin r.iiiiehles Smil Co., Pox 1 KOI, Dept. P, Don vor, Col. Mogollon Stage and Auto Line DA M.V Leave Silver City 7 a. m. Arrive Mogollon 4 p. tn. Leave Slogollun 7 a. in. Arrlvn Silver City 4 p. in. Sit'citi tars on Krqtiest. Cull r Address: ('. V. Mnrilcit, I'rtip, Silver flly. -N. M. r. J. JOIIXSOX, ,Aeiit. B ARREST STOCK MARKET IS1 AGAIN SHARPLY Indications Aie That Sliau Are Bei;i;, Fed Out as P.ipnl ly as They Can be Absoibed by Trade, lit Mmi-hImu Julirilill M'rliil I rlM-tl In New oi It. Jan. i; Another wave of llepl I'SHIoll MVrpI over Ihe Mm k ninl It. I today, but the list showed mme reciiperat it e powers than dur ing (he unsettled prit t-s rat her III the week and a smart rally late In Ihe session cancelled (he Lire' I1 p ill of Ihe losses among the active Ismie. notations weir borne down close lo the low level tout hi d on Wednes day, ami in a few Inslanees below that point. Dining the afternoon the tone was heavy until 111 Ihe last hour an upward movement set In. At the low prices of Ihe tlav losses ranged front I lo H points with Ihr more ex tended declines among the sprt ialllcs. According to the imsslp nf the sired, there was a considerable amount of "inside selling." Throughout the week there has been lie; icea III," it illspoMliol! to Sell iln, ks win in " i r Ihe market Improved and the ib'iliietion was made thai sloi ks were being fed out as rapldlv as the condition of the market would uari.ii't. Al the same lime there was ill'illlstakiible eviilences i.f a cl I v e set I -lug and borrow toe, nl sto, ks in the "loan crowd" on the i xchaliur this week Is aaid lo have been Ihe hcavicd in mole (hull a vcar. An unusually laiMe demand was reported for Steel, Amalgamated, Smelling, Leading and I'nion Pacific. Forct :is,4 of tomorrow's hank state- nt indicated another largn cash gain. e-linu,ies intming Ironi IHS. i 1 1 n ii 1 1 o 1 '. Him, mm. Closing storks: Anial'-'ii'iiateil Copper American Ad hull ill u I : Anient an l'1', I Sugar . 'i American Can -s Ani 'i lean 1 'an pfd I I :'. ';. A. in in ui Car ,v Foundry Allien, an Colloti t ul '- UK I it'll II Ice Set ut Hit s S2 American Linseed HI American Locomotive jJU'i Ann !'. Sin, 'Him; .V- Kcf'lig " I :li Amer. Smelling fi- IN I'ng pfil,..IOr, Ameiiciiii Sugar defining I 1 " vi Ann rican Tel. tr Tel I :l- "i American Teh.', 2Sl Ana, oniia Mining Co 'i Atchison I"!'', Atchison pld DM 'it Allanilc i 'east Line U's ' j Lallimnre ,x.- i ihio , P't ' . I'.dhlebem Sled UT", Ihooklvu Lapld Transit Canadian Pacific 2 I I "i Central Leather 3 Chesapeake ,x Ohio Cliicai.ro Ureal Western HI Chie.i".,,, Mil. ,v- SI. Paul ll-' Chicago a N'ui lhw esiet ii IVi Colorado Fuel ,X- ll'dl . I "i t 'onsi.lulati d I ais ' Ui '-j I orn Pi null' Is ' 1 ' Delw a re ti lliuls, .li It! I Ht liver A Pin titan, b- 21 Deliver tVi- Pio Ihallde pfd "'"i Ilislillt'ls'.Sei'llliilc" l'j K.ie Ilie 1st pld t7'. i j'ie 2,i ,r,i T '.i Cdu ral Fie, tlie IM1! In at Northern pld 12" i ; na I .Not thern i ire I 'lis "x Illinois Ceniral I27r' lnlerbnrom:h-Met ' r's Inlerbt.roiigh-.Mel, pfd line. Inter. Harvcxlcr I"" Inld'-Mai'liie pld 1 "i Hilernatimial Paper 1 I International Pump 1 " Kansas Cllv Southern 2-'i L. I liclede C,as H2 ' Lehigh Valley I alt's l.ouisv ille ,v;. Nashv llle L". Minn., SI. P. A,- Sit nil St. M 1 'j Missouri. Kansas iV 'lexas 2 Missouri Piicifle '"'I National Piseuit 1 1 National Lead 4! ' 4 Nail. Pv s. of Mexico 2d pr 1 2.". New York rutin 1 I "'i New York, nut. ,Vi Wrsletn .... 21'", Norfolk A- Wi stein 112 North American s" Northern Pacific I I s ' I "ii. i I If .Mail '-"! Pmiiisylva n la I - - ' i people's ( las I I ' l'ilisburt'h, C. C. V1- SI. Louis. . . Ilia Pil tsburgli Coal 22 I'r, ssed Ste, I Car "'''' Plilliliall Pai n e Car I l',2 1 ; It, '.'tiling I;, 'public Iron ,vi Si, el, '-' p, pul lie Iron K- Steel pld K2 c: Lock Island Co 22 'j Pock Island Co, pfd. :i'l K. SI. Louis ti San Fran. 2,1 pfd... 2H Seaboard Air Line 1 N Si'iiboaril Air 1 ill'' pld 1 .', "i Slnss-Shcffielil Steel .V,- Iron .... Soul llel'll Paeil'ie I "a Siiiilhern L'iiilvvny 2fir, Soiilhern Pailvvay pfd 7!l'; Tellliessee I'llppi'l' "1 U Ti '.as f. Pat ific - I ' n ii ill 1 'aclfie l"o I ni.m Pacific pfd Id I nil, il Stall's I'eiilly ' ;l I'llll, ll States Pllbbef II .". I Fluted Slates Sleel (!2: I nited Stales tiled pfd HUH, I'l.ih Cpper a', Vlriiinia-i iiioliiii.i Chemical .... Ml. -s 1 Wabash ' Wabash pld I-1!' Western Mal'tlaiul j"'!i Wcsicrn r ii ion '.;. Wesl inghon.se Kleetrlr Tti; H I ling tV- Lake Frio 7 Toliil sales I'm the day. 4 52..'l0 shares. ponds were sllghlly luavy, ultlioggh tin I ,, was Home jmprov enienl In a few well know n Issues. Total sales, par viilue, 2,Hall.0lli. Fnil' d SiaUs ootids were litlchang c,I ol' call. Boston Closing Mining. Alloiux Amaltiamatcd Copper . Atii'ti Zinc, Lead ,W Slu Arizona c iiiercial . . 3', . . r, i , . . i;ii n . . 4 a a . . Hi .. 47', . , U '. '. - C . . i;o . 7-Hi 21 1-tC. . . 2'' . . 4 ''4 . . 2:i, . . o'.i, . . 1X1 . . X . . .. 43 Pos. A,- tail I, Cop. - fll. M i.. Calumet Vi Arl.ona , Calumet ,V Ileda ! l'i nlcniiial 1 Cupp, r Kan1-!' Con. Co Fast Putin Cop. Mine I Frank Iln j t ilt'nUX 1 'onsolidal ed I I iraiiby 1 'onsolidalc.l I I I recti,' i 'a nan, a I Kerr Lake Lake Vinor I n Salle Copper Miami ' 'upper Mohawk Net ii I it I 'nnsolidaled Niplssini;- Mines North Piitte North Lake did Dominion ii.'i 7 -'it, 1 1 Superior I annu al It f. S. Sin., ltd', ii Mln. . . . i s. sin.. Lei. - Mm. i id. I'tah Colisoliilalcl I tail Clipper Co WluolM Wolverine nil 4 a v; 4 in, '4 '. Chicago Board of Trade. I IIM.ILill, .1 ., ,1. . , - I .Ol il I II , .' ill ni.ukds dei lined iiiiliiv, while piov ;- Slolis, gained sll.hll.V. t lis best to- !da., w ileal was Ileal I', a i nil uml, r : T'L.lK't'r 3z ilC Jan. L 1 .01 ill lil'a In winter wheel inimtiv. Indifferent c.i- Ho, an east snot mat ki t, and a prl- osccola , Quin, y . Shannon , vile i"iiii ati tliat the Argent Ine w 111 i ((,m,, n,vy. will mi: hate pin, nan. mill biiMiels lo export to p.iisui. sh Is mi to the maikel. hut I'.niope. FxpniM from that country 'mere or Inn eouserv allsni In cngrit 'toiituiue on a huge scale. The north- dm i , ly the disposition of som, lu- tt eta fl'..el. ..rfele.l 1.1 llll'lte it..'a ill ..... ... ... .1 I ....... .O'O'l" ...tUioll til t freelv offered to ariiv lit'i'''" at the oi, nlug of navigation al j of under May, Corn was weak all dav sine for an upward flurry in sympathy with the , libortlv e bllliie in w heal. May del I s ',! '", under y cstci du v on III he.nv r,celpl on a fial call loin krl. To the Wright of long coi n irrvl.iunlv tlunipctl Inlo Ihe iH. vv ei e eilded ( tmrl sales. ' Wrllkllrnl 111 -mill i W llel e iiw 11,1s W I'll' jtiuiptiiig lo unload, nlo w.is a f;idor ill the local w ,'iikiu ss I The tlei line in oats was due to the ! Influence nf nther gtiilns and we ik ' iu..n of the snot market A recent j lending hi H sold h. iiv ilv. I ' o l.-'lnl's agiiitl lliltamed nil the ! light I'UI'. "f ling", K'lill'llg 2'j t" T'ji'. I Visible Cotton Supply. 1 i N.'W I 'I'lon IIS, Jill. 17 - Sicilian Hester's Slillcllielll nf llle wmlds Visible SIIPI'lv of cotton, shows the itolal Visible Mlpplv Is ti. 177.11'!, biilot, agalnt JM.i'2l hales 1 lust week: .-,.7-,tl.t7:i bales last ivcar, and f . '-' " ' . '' I 5 hides the year be. ! lore last. Of this, the total American j supply nf cottutl Is 1.SSX.4II1 haie". i iig.tii.st fi, mi 'i.HJii hub's last week, and t.XTO.r, 1 bales last year. The MetafMarkcls. ' New York. Jan 1 7 -Coptier. Weal.. ' Stand ml spot and Jan.. I .Yf.it hid. I'iii - Kas. s, ot. t mi ,'i"i :..:.: ! ,I,:n , MI.7H Ml 7", i Lead -l.'uit t. S I ?'.' I "a. I Speller Llmd $i ;'. 'u 7.1". j Iron t'nseltletl and unchanged. i New York Money Market. ', New Yolk. J in. 17 - .Money on t all. I sl nth . 2 "ii H per cent. I Tune loans, raster: t". tlavs, 4 prr j rrnt : HU d P s. i 4 1 per rent; nioel hs, 1 tier cent. Prime tnei'canlile paper. I ." I per cent. i Commercial bills. $t.s2'V. ! Piir rllv t r lob'. i .Mexican dollars, pit" ! Treasury Statement. Win him'.lon. .Lin. 17. The eniidt ' lion of (he Fulled Slates litiisurv at tlie l.c-luning of 1,11-111'" s to I iv, v. is: ' Working "'V '""'" , i In banli i an. I Philippine treasury , I'v;:;:;!'::;'.,.,,.-,',,, , nwt Work 111" hi I la o. $S.l.l 'la, ill 1! lots vi strrdav. 211.121 i 1 lishni'seinmilH, J t .a 2 1 .':! o, I Deficit lhi flsial vcar. X. 4 r, 2. id I I as uuaiir I a deficit of S 2H. '.'4 2, 2 1 I last I 1 '" r ! ' The figures for I lots, disburse- ' nienl'f and defu It exclmle Pan-'in I j canal and puuilo debt IfaiiKaetloiH. New York Copper Trade New York. Jan. 17. - tnl" of lilttll grade eopp, r for Febl u il'v llrllVel'V ut 10 ''' w ere announced today by some of Ho' inilepcluh'iit prudueers. The selling agency of the Amalgamat ed Cnpi'ir cumliiinv refused to ,Uoe p rices but II I-, believed Ill's cnmpa'iv has n'u i th" cut made bv smaller concerns. This rmupares with the long edablished ral" ef I 7 " c, wll'ml prevailed until rcecnllv. It Is iilulcl .tniHl thai some nf Hie IndeitemleUd are nl'l'd'li'i: the metal 10'' for ri.di. This an plica to dei irob He. as some of the lower grad" metal nly iiu-l- i I'd lit L'I, t" la'.c. The Wool Markets. lio.....i it...... . I.,,- ! Im. 17. The ',.111111.1 - in I ..... ..... t ....1 r'n it. i in w say of Ihe wool nun "' f lions III Ihe !,,son w ool inarkel Ill's week have, with fe'V t - I ct'tilions. been tor small lois, 'ii. 'u priiiclpallv by mills who were obliged to piece out oi! orders. No IhiviT !"'"IU t,, be buviim Iii tinllcip.Hlon of their needs Hie Moc( silUilllo'l ill New York'hnMni! held u Ilv-ries 'rom Km mills ami hav lug caused r i. 'pol l ed .surplus of labor In s,cn "r n"' maiiufaclnrlii", c, nl. is for Im" Lid Hon. in months. ...i... .1,1 ,,f wool f 0111 P ,s. I ton frmn J '"uarv - I to Jan. la. v Mlh. lii.clnshe, wme 1.72Vii7s "'K imalnsl I 7 . 2 '! -t . '.' I I pounds f.'J" th, I same i, rloil last v ear I The recelPlM from Janu.irv Jst t" I.I.inuii'y tidll. im lusive. vv f" ..I'a' i 02:: pmitiil i. against X, I7:!.X0X pounds j li.r ihe same period last y. nr. j SI. I.ouis Wool. i si l.miis. Jan. 17 - W --Market l.i i.' '.,.i',.io- ii nil wesl, 'III III''- 2 1 ! .; t -.' line mediums, 1 'ir din Ilir I :: 'a 1 7c, London Wool Auctions London. Jan. 17. The offering a. I Hi,, wool audimi sales to, lav amount led o 1 ::,:'... bales, This ar;;r sdrr ilion was t"am ii a b,...i'lu'il a' firm rates, esiiei'ially the hi s( merinos, while coarse and me, Hum crors-bieda reio'.er.'d their nil. nleg loss. Aiie"l cans hoitghl the hest llglil ,iiicels t full prices. New York Cotton. Nov York. Jail. I 7. - Colloll- Spot closed Millet, .Middling Upl'i litis, JLI.U": middling' gulf, $l::.2.i. Subs. 1,11110 bales. Dun's Weekly Review. New York. Jan. 17.- Dun's Lev It-vv tomorrow, w ill stty; Trade 111 most important branches continue to show n satisfactory gain ner last year In vnlimm of transae tiuns, liusiness senllmeut, however, While renflih-nt. Is rnnservtitlve. A notable ,h v rlopment is the marked iiitrt'it.sg lu railroad at tivliy. SVliihi I . , ' i I, ,11 1.' Ce I ,s ,ll lew I'bb. ( In" 1 1 1 1 i . , . i , i al e ;'ili..nc I i HI' "'ill , stui U j i i d i;.i,.l.n, ia ir t, rmiu I ami oilier fat lies. llallroiiil rariiii for lii- Ins week nf January slao ., a j'.aiu nf I Mi percent this Ill litest ...i leas,- ill mult than a vcar. The topper tl.'ide Is H;.. only i;r. at Industry which does Pol ..pill tlll teiit tlev cliipmdil, 'I'he dry Koods niiirkd is mme in -IIVi' than last .vcar ami l:e Ml" ' Han also Improves. The w heat and rot Ion mat !! iii -plave.l cmisiilei a I'le rrei;u la I o v , I 1 1 1 ' I K 1 1 Cl "III lliei , e ni'M"" . , limn' lo make a remarkable e.'.hiii 1 of explllis'oll III olir llilde Willi .. 1 ( i oiil'tu c'i. j BradstrccfsWeckly Review. I'm.ltin com rce slalist' N, w Vol k. Jan. i r.i.idsinct'H i i,,i , -i ,,. dismiss tariff revision. Ill o:.,. , r .liM is th,. iiMI loollllllg I fat I tli.it Hade runt In lies lo move at 1,1 Meildv pace. ' Il Is true, new huslnesi with th" I sled r,iniialles Is lid so large US It l i.,,t i, Im i , , i . . I . i, . ihe lutakr id j ,,i,iens iiiiiis tditpmciits. A tieualivw p, tmlustrial inattrl'M Is furnished j (,v ,, ,,,iilinu.d utilke nf giirment vt oi l.et j in etv 'nl k. -tern markets. I . mls are mme phliliful for incr imt, ,1 as iit- , ,,,tii,. pm pns. s for which there Is i good demand. t:.ite me easier and the withdraw al nf gold for export Is viewed with i ,inlibi uini. The slot Iv tiiat'ket was Weak rally, b, cause of prtssiire to sell, later on it (ut to d firmer on snp,,rting unlets. puslness fit 1 1 li i im for the week end ing January H,lh, were :ltl, which, com, ine, I with .!iil In the like vvtt'k ul pi I 2. Wheal Im lulling flour rxpt.lt Lit' Ihe wed., iiui'.t. gale Ii.l2x.ti.il I'lldi el, aiialiisi :,. lii. I at I bushels last we'.k, and 2,'M l,:.7'J bushel:. Kits Week hot yeai". The Livestock Markets. t lllt'Hgll l.lM'sltK'U. Chi. ago. Jan. 17 Cattle Ue i ell-Is Ja'im; marktt slow, slcady. Peeves, -,.x:, '.III. 2. Texas steers, 5l.7'.i 5.7 ii ; w, "-leiii heifers, f S.iOtr 7. in; calye.. ; """I I". a". Hogs -- P ipls I'.i.iiimi: market Hong f. to liic hiilier than 'ITiurs I dav s 'av, raae l.iiibt. .:' "f'2 'j ; mixed. $7.2 di 7 heavy, ,.n-'o 7. '.71-..; i-migli. $7. Dim I'lgs, $H.ni f, i 7 .'ill; bulk of sales, J 7 A t '.'.". l',,, IJi'ieipIs ii.luiil; inaikrt sleiidt to shade higher. Native. M.T.i '.ifl.l.-,; western. ft . 7 ', ,di . I .' , '''.''; Hugs. Jii.:;u 'o S.'J.', , lambs, native, Jli.u 'i '.i. fl, western, ''..x-ii '.I. na. Kiiii-JlH 4 ll.v I Ivrsloi U. I;... .. , ''.'.v. Jan. I : Catll" lit" n iHs 1 uml, Including southerns, market strong. Native steers, M 7 a N..',ii; soiithei n slerrs. tioO'l''' call; southern roK and lieifms, I:l.,r',i !!:.; native tows nad heifers, ' "'' 7.;,,i; tiirkei and feed, us. ii.7r,f,i ; I lliH -, nidi todl; calves, JloaK '.i Hi'.2. '; w .-tm i' Hirers. Jii.au it S .: wesl, rn cows, J:;.7'i 4i. ii..".". Ilo-'S Pecelpls 4. .'Hill; nialket to III" hither. Hulk nf i a Irs. --' '' 7 Hi: heavy. J 7 .:'.S ' 7. C, : packers a ml I l.nii h...-., $7 '-''"' ' Ihllit. -i.Pi'.i I 7 ::i. i, i'.i, " ;.",'. 7 u. ! sit...,".,. . - pecdits 2. die market I !,,. Minions, 4.t.i .!; lanms, ( r(,( ' '. ,..,,,,, wethers ami yr.,r- j " m f:!-nu siloi g Millions. l.iMi'u li.mi; lanihs, SUN PROOF Faint i t iual lo any paint soli; In New Mexico up lo this time. We are , dosing il mil at $1.7." per stalloii. which is lielovv cost, to inako room for a new Inn". Hun Proof retails in eastern cities at from $2 I', tu I'"' If it Hon. Tin; Ki iTitiott i imp. i : it 3tll.lt to. 4HM.4r4HH HVl 1 National Foundry j & Machine Company 3 npnpral Foundry Work. Iron and Brass Castings, t t bAbbl I I mtl AL. I Albuquerque, New Mexico BALDRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY Paints, Glass, Cement, Roofing and Builders Supplies. PUMPS, WELLS, ENGINES. Windmills, Irrigation Platit mid Water Supply Plant. i:nglhc , for Crude. Solar oil or Casoliuo. Stool ninl Wood Substructures. U OLUINO .8 SOX. Offleo 113 W. topper Ave. I'tmnoi tlfl ItOSWll.l-VM t'HN A I 'TO l.l.N Kt (Cairlr t. S. Mull). Lciivch Koswt II 10:10 . n. ArrlvrH Vaughn 3: 15 p.m. Ijiivcs Vaughn daily 8:43 a.m. Arrives lloswcll 2:0ip. tn. (Auto wails xi ii t il 10:00 a. in. for nrrivai nf K. V. A S. VV. train No. S). Fare, one. way $10, Hound trip. $18. 100 lbs. bagg'tgo tarried tree; orrrs baggage, $.-.., r.O per 100 lb. Bapgag up to L.'OO ihR. carried, Coniiet'tions mailo at Vaughn with all K. P. S.W. and Sanla Fc truifiS. Posyyell Auto o., ItosweSI, OwiilTH. Oailiogton Itins.. Viilin, AkimiW. IIMEinpRiLs! ."". JO ' ."-I' 17: . - , ,u, i in diint n trial h fit uhfii rHtMiul. Sttn.i rtf, l44ruuJtiwaM Te htm Hnd Tout nir la lk I Results from Journal Want Ads, IU