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i r D GREAT OPENING DAY VALUE b im iLhe Arannial Cash Clearance Sale ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6.1913. Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y X' t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y x I Y Y v f Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y V For Today, 9 a. m. SE1 UQ Big Clean-Up of Satin Regals, College Widow, lQr 81 IV 1 Taffetas, Satin, Messalines and Fancy Foulards . jVf 1 . values irom ujc iu yum, ajju-ucu, 1 , For Today, 9 a. m, READY-TO-WEAR AH Women. Coat-. Suit, ancl Dresses- Loats in nlack liroadcloth, Larocal and Novelty Mixtures; Suits in Series, Whipcords c Fancy Weaves; Dresses wi o K1 1- i 1 i i . . ...... in voiles, merges, Messalines, rouiards, Lingerie; values to 3i(); mi JAY at tasFrvaaBoasnam $7.95 See Window Display "fHE GOLDEN RULE DRY GOODS CO. 1 See Window Display SPORTS ! EAMS WILL CHIGO Hi CHAVEZ WILL TRAIN 11 lid LEAVE TONIGHT IS fou J, E, Goodcll and Following of Rooters to Accompany Ptay- . eis; Both Clubs Expect to Trim Teachers, NEW QUARTERS The . 1 1 tti 1 1 in -i i Fuslnoss t f tllim 1 ai-'K't )ull loam.-, which will ut "M i' two-part pinuriim with tin- Now Mi x io Normal rnlvirity l"i't1;i night ui l.as 'i uas, probably will leave to rlghl. The li of lJ:i 11 im-. how ever, h.til nut -n set definitely Inst right : ml t ht- local teams may not fi until tomorrow morning. Tlii .lbtiiueriiio players expect to cop huth ends 'if the entertainment Nope, siuh as It It, Is nut particularly luminous fur (hi- lmy tvpowriter pounders, lint the train is said In In hotter iimw. The Albn(iie Pilo Indians won their Ki n i 1 from the boys am! tin' l.as Vegas teacher li ft tin' bucks In tl)f consomme. Tills docs lint look hopeful fur tin- local lads. Un paper tin' Mills have an cvon chance tn will, at Irast. The Kills have only one ilrfi'at against them, udmin liercd liy Kl raso, hut Ht that the local girls scored niori Ibid goals than the Toxans. Tho lame Star girls won on thrir free throws, ami Oils tho Iluslnoss College Rills assert was duo In the fact that they hail u now forward who was niiiiseil tn throwing from Hie marl:. Th" A. 11. . girls liaii' trimmed the Indians nnil the A lhuiuc (ue high hcIiooI anil so have I he Pus Vegas en-eils. The hoys who will make the trip arc: Ilammel. Xirhnt. Ilanmt, 7,ear inc, N'thor anil Trcf fctihurir. The Kills who will go to l.a.s Vegas are: Helen Wlckhum. l.nura Cart wright. Mililreil Ayers, Kdna Staehlin, Ann:i Myers. Mary ("oirazzo, Florence Thelin, and l.ncy linen. Ifnvr the girls will lino up tins not yet been decided. Conch C. Poland KIHh will iiieompany the tenm nml Mrs. Kllli will Ki' f diaiernn. J. V.. (loodi ll, iminaKi-r of the lliisines.s f'ul Irye, wlH In ad a s'inad of rooters. l.as Veas will return the I'all In about two weeks, when the up-tati' teamn ar un their way tn l.as I'riu es to talc? on the aKt'ieiilliuists, Director Mark Levy of New Mexico Athletic Club Leases Old Masonic Temple; Build ins Is Ideal. VARSITY TO START STATE TITULAR S BATTLING NELSON OUTPOINTS SORENSON CE ATURuAi Bcwnnirs With Albuciuerritie Hi?,hs, University Will Tae 011 Las Cruces, Silver Ci! and On Ni'lv pielurcs. I'astlniP. SliufflcliiiiKer ho tils anything. "As Yon Like It," Crystal. MANDOT ILL; WILL NOT MEET HARLEM TOMMY New Orleans, Feb. S. Joe Mandnt, the local liwht weinht, will not meet lliirlcm Tommy Murphy In San Fran cisco February t'2 In a twenty-round limit, because of n severe attack of lauiippe. Mandot Is conllnod to his home. Manager Harry Coleman notl tied Promoter James Cnffrolh of San Francisco of Mandot's condition today and asked that,, a later dale for the bhlit be set. CRYSTAL Today and Tomorrow VITAGRAPH FEATURE In Three Reels vAS YOU LIKE IT" ROSE COGHLAN s As Rosalind MAURICE COSTELLO As Orlando liattlin Chieo and Penny Cliuve.. who are Miii'dnle,! to box ten round under thi' auspices of tjie New Mes i Athletic dub on the niiiht of Feb ruary ;'-'nd. will do their trulninu for the cmilest, which l to be for thr bantamweiKht chaiuplonshiii of the West, 111 a ifviiinasiuin lo be lilted up for them today In the bullditiK mi North Third street, which formerly served us 11 Masonic temple. The place Is Ideal for a k.viii naslnm, helm- well I ik lit I'll and Ventilated runt spui'tous .1 nmiKii to accommodate BeV crnl hiinilred fans who are sure to bp on hand 1 very day to see the two boys work out. The plan Is to have Chieo and Chavez take turns about In their boxliiK work, Cliicil trainlnn one af ternoon and Cluyfez that niuht, 11 nil turn about. In this way liirector ,cvy tiKUies alt the fans will be Kiveil an opportunity to se,, the boys K''t In shape for a bout that Is expected to furnish the supreme test of their ca reers. .,' Work toward eipiippin the k.viii nasium will biKin today, when a force of carpenters will Install the Kymna sium il; paratus, erect a l itis, I'Ut In shape rubbing rooms and arraiiKe fur a large se.itiiiK 1 apiuity. liy Satur day, when Chieo wilt Ret down to the Kliiid of real tralniiiK, all will be ready lor him. 11 ho' m ki:s hit t I'ltl I.IMINAHV WOKK-OIT. P.uttllnu Chieo and Karl .Mohan, liln niiihaKcr, were on hand promptly at 3 yesterday, at the St in-yon KMnn, and they were Kieeted by a record Kather liiK of fans, all anxious to net a Klimpse of chieo stripped lor action. None was disappointed and In shadow boxlnjj and other exercises Chieo went through, all were impressed with tin' l.os AiiKi'les boy. The coast bantam Is a perfect specimen of boxer. He coinl ines speed with his cleverness and his physical condition appears lo be superb. He Kave a Kuod exhibition the short time he worked, which, as Manager Mohan expressed It, was lo Ki t the kinks of his lontf trip here out of his system. Chieo will boKin to work In earnest Sat unlay afternoon at the new Kymnnsium, and- will work dally from then on w ith three sparriiiK partners, two of whom will be Jack Torres and Tommy Moran. The third is yet to be selected. Staitim; with Albi'.Ueriii.' I loin School Saturday niuht. the I iih crsil V of New Mexico will lu'Kill a rue tol the state basket ball championship. The Ci... 1:: ASfli. s. Silver City Niiinuils and I Mini im II inn School will be taken on in quick succession I y the university. Dates for these Karnes have not been set yet. but all have agreed lo meet Coach II utchin."on basket tossers. The university will hcKin -.Is toui a week afl' r the hluh school Tin- I', and tho preps hav. an even break as far as predion- Km s. Ilolh have liun- deleat on the Kl Paso HlKll si hoi. I. Coach lliitiiiin-011 said last niubt that lioian. mioiinled one of the best Kuards In the state. Would be able to Ml into the lllelee Willi the lli-hs The KUard has been Indisposed re cently on account of a ease of la-Ktippe. In poundaKe there parity between the HlKhs are heavy for class, and fast. in the best team that ever has m nt into th Cm inc. is., I'cb r,. I'.aitlin N'.isou. ii-nvluii champion li:;bt vvelnhl. reienth in.illl.d, allil VVcaliU;' his vveiblim; .innnouil i 1 1 t 1 ' bis Kl'.ve, did l.is uitncet f..r t'li rounds to 1 ..... 1.- 1 ,. 1. o. ., ....... . ., 1 1 lo-l.t. jweiKlit. N Ison walloped, uppi rent 'and -lashed bis i . ml ; . n t cca n i, -s-i V , (the entile .liM.nue. moiiiic three knockdowns, hat ,im!, hot put his opponent oat. Sol. nsoll Was Iblo led ill Hie tllilil and twice ill the f o II I t II loullils fol the count 01 nine. He came lack stioni! Ill the seventh, howtv.t, and vvaibd Into Nelson In a inaniur that I'l i.UKhl t be holi-e to Its 11 e. In the liual rontul Nelson extended himself to liie limit, but the b.ll saved Sort -ii-oli. "As Vou like It, ' Crvi-tal. New I'll lilies Pastime. Phono shall li I'ai Ki'r w hen you wan n n y t hi n k hauled. Iioni forui'i that dale ioiiIkIiI for the vkiilin link oiipli- Night. a bout un me. about ua me is not 111 im - Il ilis qnintcts. The players of their the whole It is the hlKh school e Kami', and the ( 11 vi:z KXI'ICn i TO AltlCIVr. ()MI(i WKI'.K. liirector Levy yistctday announeed thill Chavez will be hero next week. The Trinidad champion Is bonk oil to meet YouiiK Siiinot, of Chicago, to rn 1 rri vv- niKht at Trinidad in a lil'teen round bout, but there Is some doubt about this match takinK place. Sin nut had not, up tn yesterday, reached Trll'idad and it in f"lly to believe the university riocp not underrate It. It probably will Klve the varsity its hardest IIkIH for the championship, ir It docK not actually cop the honor llseir. The Kaine Is billed to start at 11 p. 111. There will not be a double header. I'.usket ball Iiiikh ale anxious to see these teams 111 action aKainsI each other, and two Kamcs for one pi Ice hardly would be necessary to draw the public when they me ar raVed oil opposite sides. The university 1 o-ods ami tile hiKh school Kills iiiiiv (day Saturday after noon, if the Kame is proKia iiimed, however, it will be strictly an Invita tional alfair. A rultim of ilie varsity faculty burn the 10-eds froin a.pear iiiK In public In basket hall. The co-eds have not played yet this season. The Kilis have been prae tieiiiK for the last week in a desultory fashion, but a team has not been or Kanl.ed. ArraiiKments ale inibii liite and whether the Kilis will play at all is nic ei lain. JOHNNIE EVERS, A LITTLE HEAVYIS NOW ON GROUND SUTTON UNABLE TO WREST BILLIARD TITLE FROM HOPPE New Yolk. lib. a.- Willie lloppe. IV Z balk line billiard champion, o. niwht snociWuily dii'ciuled bis title, ill'leatlllK 'ieolKI Sutton of ChliaK", .'.mi to :;ni. Ilopp ade only fourteen In his first three inniiiKS, but then si itled down and rolled on" Mime leaiitiful billiards open table play lor the most part. His drives for position Wile alllioft perfect, while his close 11 11 1 si im at limes was splendidly ex' ciilid. Ill his fourth lain at Ho table he netted 117 points. falliiiK dow n mi a sinulc ci,hloii ciossiable shot. Al tin- end of ten innings the seor. stood L'll.'i lo 1 . 0 In lloplie's favor, after Sutlon bad just made his hijii run of !i!i, which ended with a mis" of a shoii draw. From this point to the 1 ml of the Kaine lloppe played brilliant billiards, while Sutton's best eflolt was II!) In Ills sixteenth i II II 1 11 . rovie, lepoltl wlliill Wclc .billed le.eiitlv, tllil a laiKii Ist-ne of now si. a I, Was 1 onteloplatcd. I iccla ra I ion of a ,'. per I I 111 qualifl IV lllvllb lt'l III! Anieiiean Tobacco with IT. rn-r c.-nt . XII. 1, 1 . 1 1 .1 III.' slot k to let over its ho... of more than :t .oins Closiiu; S. 1,1 Allia I ;aiu it' d I -opper ' 1 T. Aoo I u an :;l o ull"l al 1 i Amoi a an I'.et t Siq-ar . ! ' j Anion, an c.m I'M 'h Aim ii .111 a n pbl 1 -' 4 "( Amoi it an Cat A. I'ii v , . , Amoi lean Cotton I'll A ii a n b e So. in it ion , . Amoi lean liiciooil A mi l ii an l.o. omotiv e , . . A on I it-all Sm.il .V llt-. . Am Sim-It. s. Ill- pbl . . . A un i n a li Su'Mf ItlK Ainci ii an Tel. Tel American Tohaoe A I'aeoiitla M I n I li '- C. Atchison At. hi pld Atlantic Coast Line I'altlmole tV Hhi" P. tbl.ileni Steel I '.i ooklv ii Paind Transit . . Canadian Paollie i tut i a I la alio r Chesapeake ti Ohio . ( 'hit auo i ii cat Wctern . . , Chi., Mil. ,V- St. Paul ( Iiiimsii a. .North - stern . Coloiado Fuel ,V Iron . . . . Coil'.iiliilated (las i'.iiii liutliiets 1 ii l.i vv a re ,y Hudson I ii nv or ,vi Km i ii ande I i. nv or l.io l ',l ande pld 1 list li ie s' Seoul II it s . . . . , i-aie File 1st I'ld Krie Jd pf.l ibnolal l-ieiilie c.itat Nuii hern pld (Ileal Nultlulll HIV Ctl's. I 1 1 1 111 UK Ct 111 I II I I l lerbill olU-, II- .Mot . ..... leteilioioeoh-Mii. pf.l. . .Inter llarvi"-!!-!- Inler-Mariiie pii I li 1 1 mill iulia I pa per . . . . 1 lite! national Pump . Kansas Cit v Sunt hern . . . I.aiiede lias jl.ohiLh Vail -, t .Ml 1 . j:l I'". :!'i', - i , I mi , .ll.i, . i r. i . .'V! . :i;, .Mi Ml . I -Ml . Mi tin 1 lloiul W Ifl :; ll I- Willi II lower lien. I. i'olal p;,r value, fi.- I'nn.iMiii. P. S. -Is loopoti, and I'tinamt ::s ooupoii, :i,h i, od .a i p, i , ,.i mi tall Chicago Beard of Trade. ChlcaK", Feb. '.. P.hik. in the pun lab distil, t and promise of relief fioin dioUKht in oilier palls of lieba. tntllt'd wheat pliies todav down made. The niaiket. Ib'.uiii film at Hie I l.O-e, HIIS lo ',o Ull.ler last niu tit . Colli fllll -lied to V., off. .oils at ii ii -clino ,,f i, I. ,( o i,c and Uo visions valvln,; (nun Sr tfovvii to an advaiiif ,.f ijc Wheat balls fi.ui. 1 He (ostiv it at a d s oh antaKo, not onlv mi in 1 1 1 1 ii t of the bcail--h news from India, but on ii.ioulit of sit:n of luav sli ipiiu ills t, Auslrali.i and Ar Ketitina, whh h teiiilotl nPo to depress the market. Pre II threats of a re duction in tin- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -; output at Min- '-, I no ipolis. told bkivvise aiialnst quota- nir. Hons and so too. did weakness of . 'corn. I.ate 'Il the ill) Wheat developed 1 fi ii little striiiKih. owmir to reports .IK'1 . I :iti . 1". . K.i . il i . 1 U ' H . :bi" . 4 7 . :t :i . 141 :, .13 . ' j . : . i s i, . ti-ji, . 1 1 n . ii". . n 'j . I -'. ', Mini lni'Ki-1 that dale loiiibt for (he skatinu: rink Couple i;;hl. DOIIRDDROPfj OC chiciiKo, Feb. John J. Kvers, who "iieceeils Frank Chance, as maii UKOr of the ChicaKO cluh of the Na tional lea.Kiie, arrived here today, ac conipanieil by Mrs. Kvers, from his home at Troy, N. V. Kvers, whose playiiiK WeiKbt Is about 140 pounds, tips the scales fit 135 at present, but with ma 11a Keria I duties lidded to those of covcriiiK sec ond base, he iIooh not expect to re tain the excess poundaKe. Kvers will Ki with President Murphy to the meeting of the leaKUe at New York Hex; well.. The signed contract of First puse. I man Saer was received today. This I diminishes the list of Chicago N'ation- ll holdouts. Il'iltlior I'-ilelw.r At'cho.- hicsiRo hoy would make the trip from j , , ......u,,,. ,.,.,..,.. ,,e. ,,,. ers detnandiiiK an increasu boforo figrlpt;. Chleiifro (Hid step Into the ling Willi Chavez without at least a week or two of hard training for the contest. To do so would be to Invite certain defeat. If the bout Isn't maged with Slnnot, then Chavez will woirle to Al buquerque in a low day to prepare himself lor his battle with Chieo. -... lon't- forget Unit dab' the skallng rink Couple tonight Nigltt. for CHANCE TO GOTHAM TO START HIGHLANDERS I. on Angeles, Feb. Frank Chance announced tonight that he win leave tomorrow morning to assume his du ties as manatrer of the New York American tenm. He will stop over a day in Chicago. Chance said he hail no trades tn prospect. VARSITY AND AGGIES TO HOLD TRACK MEET Coch Hutchinson fjf the Fnivorsity of New Mexico Is negotiating with the l.as Cruets Angles for a track meet. The fanners are willing to participate In the me'-t, but the ma nagenunt of the two schools have not -l agreed whether to stage it here or at l.as Cinces. Arrangements will be com pleted soon. The meet will be ,in outdoor affair and, of course, cannot be held until cluing has put the can on winter be vond doubt. All PveiitH recognized as part of an outdoor moot will be on the progiam, If Coach 1 1 uti hlnson has his way, S DUE TO UNSETTLEMENT Sentiment on New Yoik Ex change Bearish and New In fluences Help to Spiead Pessimistic Fecli (Hi- M. .mini; .li.nriiiil Nimti.iI liMtril W'lrr.l New York, Fell. 6. IJuotatmiiH "f slocks drifted downward today In much th-.- same deliberate way as on tile previous days of the week. Sen'i in ti t was more bearish anil smii i''W inlliioiioos as wore bronchi i' beer hoi; t il to spread pessimistic ."o.-'ing. DiMappoilitinont at tile failure i l Cm Aiiioii'Uii Can liirector" to talc ac tion on the back dividend on I'a-' pre ferred slock, legal obstructions i'l the way of concluding the sul vva, and unfavorable reports ul coiulilions in the copper trade v.-ere responsible Mr the decline III stocks directly co'iet rul ed and the heaviness In tlitse shires spread to I In, general list, all 'cm .' il Ihe railroad stocks lor a time riils; ed tin- movement. The anioaui "I business continued small alii movement among' (he bulk ul' standard Issues was narrow. Some of the specialties and of the high grade railroad storks at times were lowered I point or u'.iie, giving the market as a whole a heavy tone. The copper group was th" vvak feature, these shares being 41 Id (h the break in the metal market in bin don and reports of unsettled .oail tioini in the homo market. Consum ers were said to be nohllng In -k, pending publication this week of ill'' caliper proline ii s,' monthly statement. It was predicted that the statement would show a further gain In stocks on hand. Peimsv Ivania was under picssiiif and in this campaign wore l.olil.-V Hie ii- Nashville Minn., St. P. & Sault St. M. . .Miss.MHl. Kas. Texas .Missouri I'.u ilie National Pisouit , a I iolla I 1 cad Nati li.vs. Mexico id pld N. vv Yui k ( 'oiitr.il New Via k, 1 nit. IVi W . Not folk (VI- N es. rn Niu th Ann 1 a an Northern Paciile . I a. 'I , 1 ii I 1 . 1 IS 1111 II ,11!' . MS ', . :: 1 ' . . M't ' . Ml .us", that soil oast of the Mississippi has boon in.. I lure heavy and that a pro longed f' O' t would i.'tue damage of Wide t xtenl, It wan ctuo i iled, how ever, that west and southwest, the vvlnler 1 lop was In this respect scarce ly, if at all. in danger Coin siiffeitd Irom geferiil .. Ililig, the result of i-liowois iii piovlnu the pnepe, t of a In 1 ger hid In Argent inn. Country dealers W e e reported be hedging lull' on a big scale. The nrnsnal sit of the ills, -mini of cash tinier Mav was a, iid 10 be an Inoon tix. 1 jits weakened with em 11 rind in enlist quell' e of pressure from 1 leva tor ciiin'i i ns 1 Imt recently had been giv in; 1 he market support. Coiut p. 1 alt d hilling Ho. result of a llll':,. dot lease ill slaughtering this winter as oonteared with a year ago, lifted provisions early, but siib-soiiit-ntK the advance disappeared. Ileal 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . , 1 1 1 1 14 1 'l-. il 1 1 t I to n lead ing pin ke, was r. sponsible for the loaiiiou. ..(' ios and h. ileis, i.i.nii o T.i'.a: 1 a Iv 1 ', ; rol 1 1 11 nil linos Potiipls ::il,iill(l he. o! . 111, 11 k -ii 'low. .". to I ne above V ."-It I da 's .ivelii'.e. l.il'ht, ', 1,11 11 " K... mixed. J Ti'.n :i T s ; '1 . ; lo avi. J ;..'.n 11 T.'mi; loiu.li. ; .'.-. T '. ! 1-' Ji-. tu ii ,.i,r.; bulk of 'nil i. : ;;., , .-,. Sheep - Pel elpt'l .''..loin :, . 1( . it slow, sliadv. Nil', e. t H 7,".'i ii en , Wl'telll. H.'lll 'Il ,1 !lll, , 1 .11 lilig-i. Jl'i III ' ".1't; lambs, 11.1 1 1 ... ' tii.", a a S.xii; vv i-.t, ni, jii.;,'i a s su. Kansas ( in I in sloi k. Kall.il litv. F.b, i, -Cat I If-- l:.'-et-lpts ti.niol loud. Including I. mm head of 'out llera:-; malket sle lit to Ilie hlglie", N'atlv e sifei-s, i ', 1111 Hi S.7 .1 ; sonlhtln steiis, 1; III! ;i 411 Snilt'ael il oow and ht'lfot-tf, '.in '.1 ii.ii : native li'VVs ,111,1 tl'lfels, J lilt III 7 . (1 ; .lloek- 01s and feed' is, j;,.7 .". '11 7.M1; bull :. .'i."ii 'i ii ,!.-.; iitlv.s. $('..; illi 1 11 nil. ostein steers, 1 11 .,', .ii Sam ; western cow , t 4 "11 ii li .'.(I. lloi.'S' Pei 1 ipts M.iuoi head, niaik el .". ' ! il.- higher. I '. 1 1 1 k of salon, :..nil 1 7 . 7 " . heavy, $ 7 fill ru 7.7 a ; pacl.eri anil butt lit is, $7. io, 'a 7. SO; light, 7.ii(i '1 7.7.7 ; pigs, Sli. il 1 7.i.7. Sheep Ileioipl't 5,10111 head; mark et steady. Millions, I '.'.", 'u 5. 7.7 : Colo rado lambs, 7.7 j i H,ib' ; range, weth iii ami veaiiliigs, $ "1. i a Si ", .Un ; ramj. owe-. I 7.0 'u .l.i.',. i i 1 -;i.i 1 i. 1 1 1 Hit''. -' ' sT i4 ', 4 J '-. r, in '.. 47 11 Kb". the 111 " f.'W Paiilio Mall I'oniisv lvanla . .............. 1 1 ! p lo-s (las 114';. Pittsburgh, C, c. a SI. I Mil', Piitsbiirgh Coal pi'ossod I-iloot Car Pullman Palace ( 'al 'leading liepiiiilic Iron - Sicel Kcpuhllc Iron .Vi Steel ptil. . . , Koek Island Co Pot k Island Co. pld St. Fouls .v San Fran. Sd pld. Seaboard Air line Siaboard Air line pld Sloss-Sllell leld Steel .Vi ll'iill . . Southern I'aoitle Soulhern Pailway it Southern Kailwav pfd 7 !d4 Tennessee I 'olqnr -i 1 j Texas ,V- piniiic 20 'j liiion Paollie I'.'-'3, liiioii Paollie pld S'l'.j I'niloil States Foully 7 :i :i Clliteil States Rubber i " ' I 'lilted Slates Steel Ill lilit. il Slat, s St' ol plil I (IS '-. I'lah Copper .".j ' -irgiula Carolina Chemical ... . "a1., Wabash -i ' j Wabash pld 12 'i Weslei 11 Marv land 14 '1 We.'itorn Fnloli 7i Wosliimiuuise Fleiirlc 7 2 Wheeling .V Lake F.rie 7 : 'Kx-liiv. Total rah s for Ihe day, 2il.!UUl. Boston Closing Mining. The Metal Markets. New York, Feh. fi.--prime uierian-) tile inpcr, f '-, to II per cent. Commercial bills, fl.si. Par silver, i!i:'ac. Mexican dollars, 4SCe. St. Louis Spelter. Sl l.i. ills, Feb. ii. Load. flip f l.ii ' ''i 4 .'i '.. SI" Iter, lovvor. Jli.l' Alloiuz Amalgamated ( 'upper American Zinc, Lead ,v Sm. Aiizoiia Ctunuieriial Pes. Curb. Cop. tV.- Sil Ms. Calumet A Arizona Cnluniet ,V- lloiia C( nlonnial Copper Kange Con. Co Fast piulo Copper Mine, . Franklin (Ilroiis Consolitlated Cranhy Consolida I ed ( i rccne ( 'a 1111 m a Isle lioyalle (Copper) Kerr l.iiKe I. like Copper Fit Salle ( 'upper Miami Copper Mohawk Nevada Consolida led Nipissing Minos North liutte North Pake i'ii Miniinioii lisooola Juiney Superior Shannon ' Superior it lleston Min Tamarack I". S. Sm., Pfg. Mill F. S. Sm. Pfg. Min. pfd. . . I'lah Consolidated i tah Copper Co Winona Wolverine is 7 1 :'. I -, i;1-. . (ir, ' . 4!MI . Hi . 4fi '-. . 11 'i 3 ' . f!7 'i -S b, 1 'it ISC. 4 . . 7.3 , . IN!', . . S . . i!l- . . -'i . . IS'j . , !l.'i . . 71 , . ::o ' .. , . lib. 1 '. 1 . . :i" , . M ,. 4S . . M'i , . m , . !! , . OH New York Money Market. New Yolk. Fell. ."1. MoUey nil call. I shade, 1,1 ; per cent; ruling late.! i-'( per cent; (losing bid, 2;, per ceul ; 0 lit n d at .1 per cent. Time bums, sleadv. Sislv davs, '.'", f,r I pi r cei.t; :u days, iti, per ooni;i li monl bs, t 1 i per cent. Copper Exports and Arrivals. New York. Feb. Copper arrivals. f.'.O Ions. Km-iiiIs this iiiolltll, J.f'SO loin. I. on, loo copper - fillet, liifi. I 7m, d. Fuluies. i;i;, 1 7s, lid, l.nnd.'n tin Sload.l. Spot. f.'L'i, ':(. i'iilures. lid. I.'.'i. I.omlon ii -id, I I '!. 1 7'S, London speller, fid. Iron, Cleveland vvarranls, I", I 1, I 'al in London. Treasury Statement. Washington, li b. 'liie rondltlnii of tlio Fulled Slates treasury at Ihe beginning of business today, was; Working balnme, S s;l, I s'-i.T I ii. In banks and Philippine treasury, $'l'!,:ili. !'.".(',. i'olal of general fund, $ I Poll 17,7, 1 I Peceipts yesterday, li. 1 7 s . 0 S I. Iii'iiursi mollis, 1 1 .iloi.Si'id. The surplus this I'iseal year Is ."Mi, 2 r. . !;:, as agaiicl a defio'l of $21. n:!S,;:in, last year. The figures for receipts, disburse ments;, etc., exclude Panama t anal and public tlebi traiisacHons, Mogollon Slagc and Aulo Line IiAM.Y I.cav-f Silver City 7 a. m. Arrlvo MoK'illun 4 p, m, ." .phvb Mogollon 7 . m. Arrive silver Cltv 4 p. m. Spi'clul iiri on llcqnftit. Cull or Aildrcsi: V. V. M.uriclt. Iro: t.llvcr t Ity. X. Al. IV .1. JOHNSON, Ajji-nr. Mm4M44'IH1rHt't-)4 National Foundry I & Machine Company General Foundry Work, : I Iron and Brass Casting!, i BABBITT METAL. j Albuquerque, New Mexico J SUN PROOF Paint In crual to tiny paint M In New Sli'slcii up to this timi. We are. chisiutr It out lit. 11.75 per pallon, which Is Wlovv cost, to maki' room for a new linn. Sun Proof relailx in eastern rltiee at from $2.25 lo li.fiO per k'alion. Tin: riti itioit r,t Mr.i.n Mll.fi o. DUKE CITY CLEANERS-HATTER! tw w. (Joid. Phoiifl 441 PUMPS, WELLS, ENGINES. Windmills, litigation Plaiiti an Water Supply Plants. FiiK'inoi fi' j Cruiln, Solar Oil or (iasolino. Ktft Niul Wood Substructures, H M; W)v. (ifflco 4P! V. t'opiicr Avo. rii,n II St. Louis Wool. St. l.onis, Feb. Woo! Market sleadv. Territory and western nif dluni, il'iiirie; line mediums, 11 20, ; lino, i;ii l7('. The Livestock Markets. f'htciiso l.hostock, Chicago, Fob. 5. Cattle TteoelptS lti.Oi'O head, market steady to strong. Pi eves, ii . 2 ."i 'd 11.0(1; Texas steers, $ .!i(li .".".; w estern steers, f 5.110 '(' 7 . '10; stockors and feeders, $l.751f THE WM. FARR COMPAN' Vholculi n titt Ketall I)ealor lu Fltl.SIJ AND SAI.T MICATS Siis(iif' A SHM'lnlty For cattle nn,l huge th biggest ma ket tirlooi are paid. BALDRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY Paints, Glass, Cement, Roofin and Builders' Supplies. Cnrei In X to 9 iTn (ionurrilwt unit (lr ( onlttina no ptmon m f b r u nl hi 1 1 ttrenij al.iM.hilrir witbimt If Guaranteed not to stricture. J'revrnt eunttk WHY NOT CUKE YOURSELF? 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