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T mm mm FREEZES IN FRUIT GAR: MOTHER WIS H PRESENT E. L. Orocswhytc taken Frdm Refrigerator Gar last If in lit in Frozen Condition. liernuso It I. Uroinwhyto, a 1ml or 1 ontr, was looked In n fruit ear for li hour. Ill mother did not kci a t'hilrimon present from her ion this eai. Urnsswhytu was rclertsed from Iuh moving pil-ori last night rt tliu tower ynrds ltv Hnn'a Ko OHl. .1 It (Inliimhn. hnlf frocn and hciiiI milfo i:it.d Had tlio rar been ilntcil In n nniti nhd seht nn another 1I vUIoit t 'ossuhjto would Imvu Jioen Jonnn at tliu other end. Crosswhyto had with him two cheap trumpery spoons, which ho purchase i ii Kl I'uso with iuri i tlio money h itA nom pawning, hi eultca.c Thuy wcro foi iii mother .ind his IPtlo ab ler. Intended us Ohrltn presents, but rroHKsvhylo ilia noi and them. Ah Is iiHiinl In the mto with sifh persons the oHirer put 'he slownwuy under nricst unit thin morning .ludgo CiiiIk sentenced lilin to a lcndny lirm In Juil, but suspended the sentence niter lifftrliiR tint prlxonor'n story. Ciosswhytu said ho was from I'ort lund, Oregon, mid Hint ho Imd romo tu I jk Angclr In November to look for work us u painter, lit mild ho hna round no work In thu California (ty nud hnd coiuo cast In search or It. Jin wont from ptuco to place, moat ly walking, hut partly stealing his wny nu train until ha reached Kl 1'iiso. In Kl 1'aso ho could Hnd noth ing and determined to ko homo, hut J lo whs almost ul thu end of his ro eotneer. Worso than that It whs near Christ iiiiih and ho was homesick lie linil never been nwny from homo botoro and ho wanted to sit at tint family tnulo Tor 1111 Christmas dinner. Also ho imd rorotvvd no word from homo except a toli-KruHi for tlfl when he lift Lua Angeles, nil that his iiiothor r.nnld opnto him In his battlu for a chnnco to earn Ida living, Croaawhylo wanted to send his mother and his llttlo elater ft Christ tpas present, hut ho had no money. lie hnd carried their photograph nest lila hem All through the lens wander liiKa, and thought often of them. Ho was without money and without ft lends, Imt that did not worry him hnlf so much iik the fact that ho could send them no Christmas present, l'auklns lila tow trinkets and per sonal belongings In his iKckets, he pawned his aulteaso Jor I2.7R, nnd with most of Uio money bought two eheup plated spoons of Inucy ahapo but poor i.L.urliiI. with tho rest no bought ii wmull nuinunt of food nnd began Ills trip north. Alter ho had IxiUKht the food, hu found ho had no .iioncy tu forward III Christmas pres ents, ho hu wrote n loving nolo to inotlior nud ouo to sister, nnd wrap rK Uio p. on In them, nfterwnrd puttlnjc them buck In tho Jllilmy card uoxcrt In wli! they hud come. CroHBWhyte begun his trip north nnd nt Han Marrlnl entered n Saritn Fe re frlgcr.i or car. Homo passing; brnke tniin locked him In nnd ho settled down to a long; journey. Hut ho had neglected to iiiako nrrntigomunts for tin adequate air supply nnd a rctrlg. tnitor eur nro shi'iped with vontllnl iirs clamd In eoltl weather, he Jotiu began to un"er from lack or oxygon. Then ho commfticvd to pound on thn door or tho enr whtnovor ho heard mi)' ouo outalde. Hut not itntii 'ho i'nr was In the vords hero, lb houra urtur It had Inft S.i n Mnr.ial, did uny ouo hear him and open tlio car At tho police station he wna narch oil, nnd wlion tho plcturor oi mother nnd alsicr wer round nnd all hla nr ruy ol worn but loviil knlek-koo' k Hprcad out on the chief 'a desk, his or vcator hoKhti to dfavelop it warm spot for this youthful viijtrunt. Ho mitd't a Rtatoiiient ;lio rnurt this niornliiif, nnd nfier Crnaswliyto hnd unsureit a number of ipiestlona put to him ' Judgo CrnlK. he was ttlveu hi prnpsr ty, his breakfast nhd his liberty WIIIIiik bands helped him wrap nnd mall tho spoons to mother nnd sister, nHo ii loiter lulling llu'iii of lib com Inn home Crimwh)to wnUd out or town at noou, kIiuI to bo frt'o rrnui his first Jail term and Bladder to be ;oliis home. Just Received Another Shipment of Black and White Wool Plaid Blankets Thete blankets are all wool, full size; axi a very goed valne for the mexey. Slit 62x78 in. Price Size 70x82 in. Price Wc still have a few we1 tit a ltMfftix, Kistlcr, Coilister & Co. HQ ZERO WEAIRERlGOiiClOd FROSllG ht sue GUY Joe SheriiH Denies Stdt-y That THiri Was Extremis Cold at Qrunt County City ChristiHM. Jhy. .10 .1 RheHdah, territorial tnino In spector, left rcr,'(Ullup this :nornliiR on Rnntn Fo .n'o. n, nrier spondliis several houra here between trnlns. .Mr Hhcrldan deelnred that tho re ports or cold wriithur at Hllvor VMy had boon proudly cxnRRerated, and Hint there hud tieni no en) weather down in thu (Irani county city for S!il yenr. "We somollmea have II ns cold nn 4 decree, but no aero weather has been recorded thero In recent years We had some snow Christmno, about fon i inches of It staying on ll;o -r,.,iii and tut much mnrr lueltliiK. bin It wo not so very cold, WILLIAM E. JOHNSON JELLS STORY OF Former Chief of Indian Secret Service Publishes Booklet of Much Interest in New Mexico. "The Ktory of Juan Criu." Is thu tltlo or a ciiiull book rHcenil)' publlsli ed. the nulhor belns William 12. Jijtin soii until recently elder spuulnl dltloor of I he United Klatex Inillan nerVlce. The book Rives u history or tliu tun -olo or Hantu Clara, thi IorhiiI or ilm. tesumu, and a story or the lire of Juan Cruz, thu Hun til Clam Indlun whtc Is nceusvd or lit-Miir rL.-ponslblo for tue il mi tli or Doloris (larcla, (ollowltm an effort to break up tlio lliior tritilie Jolitnon clhtms existed In tlio pueblo. Tlio trouble wlilcii resulted In Crux killing (lureln caused a spirited ami country wide fight bi'twetu Johnsun and C. J. Crandall, then superintend ent or the Indian school In Huntu Fe. The Kenernl publle In fainllliir with tho culmination of the JoliiiKon-Crandnll crap, but In "The Htory or Juan Crux" Johnson or course tells all tile detain or tils side or tho story. Johnson take occasion tu rup n number or federal olllclals in New Mexl'-i nud Washington Vycaune r thistr ulluKqd unfair treatment of his derenso when ho was culled to task by the vonimls slonrr or Indian ulTalrs. Copies or Iho booklet may bo obtained gratis from JoluiKiin. whore permanent address Is Laurel, Maryland. NEW METHOD IS NOW IN USE ON FORESTS No OHlco Work Xectiry on Xcv rlan or lt(foiiimNjiici' Work In Vns on Tonto noil HIlKremcH ForcMn. T II. Uuigwortli. eiiglnoor for tliu Torest aurvlco, litis returned to tlio city after ti trip to tho Hltitrcnvos and Tonto forualH. On these loresta n stirvoy and esll:niili ol the Umber ha Just been completed A new method Is helm; purtuicd In this work now. Compasa linos nro run through each "forty" und Ihcso nro tied to Imso lli.e run with n transit. Thu aneroid is lined to got an npprnxlmatu Idea of tho topography, but this I constantly cheeked with bench murks on tho rouds and trails, along, which level lino I run. Tho notes nro written In tho Held, and when thn field work Is done, practically nil or tho mapping; nnd ohUhihIIiik unesvary Is dono nud thu 'work Ih eomplcio without any uf flee work being none. When you have a cold get a bottle of Chumbi-rluln'a Cough Itemody, It will soon fix you up nil right and will ward off any tendency toward pneumonia. Tuts remedy contain no opium or other narcotic and may bo given an confidently tb a baby as to an adult. Mold by alt dealers. $5.50 $6,50 tkirti whiek we are selling GO RUG EASIER Attending Pkyiieiiuis Ketort Improvement ih Conditien of TrAinmah Itrioken Sy Apoplexy, (iMirxti II. Frtfst, ii Vte'rAti falita Fe cos t linen conductor, stricken wan nppoplexy at Irlrta Mori'rfny nlgln us Hp was brliiRiiiH t.ic vastboujiil Califor nia llinltd toward Albuoifrfijue. pnw til a rcmfiil nlHht lM lilalit. Atleml- Iiir phyrleliins suld loilny Hint Ills nui- dlti'iu wax as fiivnrublc as could lit- expfiinl under the rlrriimntancf. U'lilli- l( Is tiij early to rIvo an opln km as tu ttn nmil oiiirome, It Is corin dtnllj lilllr.vul thai .Mr. Frost will re covr In rihmI shape provided he dots nut mirrcr rurtlicr romplicntbins ns tin result or Iho stroke. COURT NOT! In tho dlitrbt court today Judgo Iru A. Abbott laiued an order in tho I case or (luirRw a Unatnlns. bankrupt, din barging Hie bankrupt from fur ther eSHUilnalloii. I.cnmlnH was duly uilJiidKed bullkrupt koIiiu molltllM ago in thu mutlir of all dwbts which exist ed on or beforo June 31. liigii. IMn-UIoii ror lli'feiittfliil. Follinvlng an agreement between counxel In lite case of Marlon Ilulue versus Waller i'ook. as the result of which the court toox tho muttor under aihlseinent. Judgo Abbott today ren deri'd ii dtolMun for the defendant. Ilalue sued Cook for commlxslon on the sale or some mining; property. Couk proved to tlio sittliiructlori ot the court that Ilalue's contention was i lurtirreet- YOUNG CHINESE OF PORTLAND SMASH JOSS HOUSE Portland, Ore., Dec. S7- China town In Portland Is regenerated. The flimt step has been taken, This In In the firm or a grand ceremonial smnsii-up or tho official Johs lions'1, In which damage variously estimated a' fiom 2li,0(Mi tti $30,001) was done. Last night ii number or young Cnl ncne broke Into tho now Jom homo nt 26? Davis stre?! und with nxi.-s nnd crowbars smashed twelve sacred rigures, denied the sacred ten and wrecked the ornaments. The dam age will amount to between $50,000 nnd $30,000, Today hundreds or Chinese or the younger nnd older generat'ons crowd ed about tho boh ended und mutilat ed Idols, some sueiirliig vengeanci. on their violators and others looking on the wreckage with broad grin's und distinct chuckles. Tho Chinese or tho two factions swear that the matter Is not yet ended. From the point or view of tho older ccncretlon ihu wrecking of tho joss house means tho ruining of tho lives ot tho despollers and pre sents a dread question or hAw the older generation may survive the coming year. Chinese New Year soon will come, nnd without tho Jorsrs the worshipers or IlUddhu and members uf the older sect Will be u n u tile, tu imk ror fuvora for Iho forthcoming year. Now Jnnsoii can bo obtained only from China liomc-made figures do not stlffl"". Tho trouble iuikiiik the I'ortbind diluent) iirorie over thu refusal of thn younger generation to allow the Idols to bo moved Intt the new iuiple Tho Josses were moved! so III the early morning hours the destreilon begun. The Joss liounu outfit, which was brought to l'orllutid morn than thirty yeurs oko. was worth mare than $30,000. There Is little of It worth carrying: nwny now. Hevor.il sacred relics tiro missing, I ICaeh of the Jossva represented aomo personage ramotis In the his tory or China. Among them was a boss Joss, representing lliiclillm. 'The wrecking of Ihu Joeu house." rlild n young Cliltiiuu to n Trlbumr representative, "means that Portland Chinese have cust off tho old fogy-Ism of China, The old followers or the old faith among Us are -what VoU call inussbacks. They were raised to be lieve lit Idols and nil that, hut we d not Intend to have them thrust their belief on us. Among the Chinese there Is n social ns well us a political revolution going on, und the younxer Chinese nre winning mil." "1 had been troubled with consti pation for two yesr arid tried Alt of tho best physicians In Urlstul, Tcnn.. hnd they could do nothing for m," writes Thos. Williams, Mlddlaboro, Ky. "Two packages or Chamber Iain's Htfimacli and Mvr Tablet cured me." For sate by all dtateff. Patients ut the t'resybterlun sani tarium were entertained tills nrter noon by the staging or "The nutter flics," un amateur production whlc la, t,i it.. tti,n in fi.ifi Hf.iir,usi' mm t..r II... f.,.nll ut tikis I nun, m. w, - Anthony sanitarium. The rtratttOyiw produced nt the Presbyterian IH"BP llr.n tlila nfturliniin u-As a t4 tSK ress and Indicates the cxcclhwie 'wm which It will be given at Mm. iMrWIb perrormanse. Vlim CVKHD IN C W.tBAYH Your druwrM will hkm4 'itaKrtr If PAKO OINTMENT fJtt ip. sf any can of Itchln. pinWng rr Protrudlitg Files In C M Xi Myo. 50c. K NBAH HANK ACtUirrn, Wlnrield, Kan., rx. 3T. (I l.'Uh r tlrown. a -He- t the defunct Cltlsns' untl fwne' Htate bank ot Arkansas City, i'igi'd w li illetml eompllclfv Ui t tellure . that In Klltutlon, wm MNtltled ( a Jury In the tHme et.trt Here loilsv The exs broug , by Merrill Jeffrlrs, waiver rr Hie derunrf b.Mk Hi Ktc payment or money itxs liiiiMas. Two similar cases pen! Hw mmttomi W A Wilson nnd N. W fast, a-bm dlroi'irs, nrit expeettd to cMv to trial soon. coys 13 ni tm Judiciary (Mc Dm Away With jtauy 7ifMkiiM; Judges WtU Be tlm Oiker Work to Do. WnshlnRlotif llec. 27 --Ih liVtry stnto or tho UhWii tlicfo will )h4m out of cxisirnco on January 1, next, n his. loilc court nrsctlio it bid m th skito Itself On that ilay 11 Unite! mates circuit conns win cease ve m iitui uess nt Iho 70 ilfforenl phKes they haro been acciwtomod to met, ArraiiRcnieHlfl ror this clmmte ato now being perfected In Waslilnnton nnd throughout tho circuit. Tho elim ination or tho clrciit cenrts war otto ot Iho reform pruvMetl for IH tho new Judiciary ende, enacted hy con Kress on March II, 101 1, to uucomu uffectlvo January 1. J013. Tho code provided that after tlio latter ilitn there should be only tho dlrtrlct courts, the nine circuit courts of appeal nnd the supremo court. Tho existence ot the circuit rourta allien txut, when tho circuit court or appeals was created, lifts been regarded as ox. pensive and nuperlluomi. The 31 circuit Judge will not loso their Jobs, ns they will cnntlnuo to sit In tho circuit courts ot appeal and help out In tho district courts. All tho clerk ot tlio circuit courts will bnvo her position abolished. At the sam? tlffle, restrictions will ho placed iiK)n tho amount that dUtrlct court clorku may draw na salary. Kara nfler it will bo Hniiosslblo for n tlori. to reecho moro than PGIM). Tho passing; ef tho circuit rourta la but ono or tho refornm of tho new code. After January 1 tho cljlof Jus tlco or the United State will rcceivo tlS.000 tier annum, and each umoclato Justice IK.tiUO. Under tho now rodo Juror for reii erol court will rcceivo their sum nion by registered mall, Instead of visit by United States deputy sher iffs, nnd tho Kovcrnme'nt will have six peremptory challenge In select ing federal court Juries, I niton a or three. Still another reform wilt cotno In tho shape ot a prohibition against member or congress practicing beforo tho court or claims ncrc. UARROW SAYS WHAT COLLIER'S SAID UNTRUE Attorut1' for tins, .Mo.VauiarBH Deulea AertlouM of ljmlr Weekly; Catlnj nininm-iiiM opuo tiuru, Iis Angeles. Calir.. Dec 2". nar row has rig-uln annuuueed that lie did nut sacrifice bbi .clients, thu Mc.Mani- tiri ,y tlio cliirg(. of murder in ur eter to relieve hfmjtclr of tho possibil ity or a oriucry course, this was dona In reply to a statement In a re cent lu ot Colliers' weekly. Tho muBusIno article also chargod that Harrow had devoted a portion ot the defense fund to the Socialist cam paign, and hud ufd Lincoln tileJTens, tho uuthor, as n "tool'' to arrange the agreement ror thu pirns ot guilty when the arrest of Ucrt Franklin ror bribery madn such n course Impera tive. These statements vrcto likewise denied by Diirrow, his assertion., be ing borne' out by the declaration ot DUtrlct Attorney John 1). Frederick t riu t ho had no casu against Darrow. Or evidence, connecting him with tho bribery plot. After declaring that, in playing the rolq or mndlutor, Lincoln StefTem, us ho himself has said, acted on Ills own Initiative, Harrow declared hu had not directed Htenens' movement r used him In uuy sense. Continuing, hu said: "The reason for tho termination of Iho cate ut tho time and under thu conditions which prevailed woe, as 1 'have stated before.i s-lmjdy .Wausc Wo had given up hope of winning, 'Chore was absolutely no chant or ccurln nn ucijultral or even a hung jury. , , The, stnteiuenl that tho settlement Maa brought about Ucue of the ur 'rest or Krankliu en the charge of brlMng Lock wood la also absolutely false, Neither Is It true that the pleas were llmyd Just before tho election bo us to have Its political effect. The Hciotlatlone which resulted. In hie pie ot guilty being entered and .the ending of the Mc.S'amnra enso Hvere iH'guu Ions bofero the arrest ot VranKIln, and the inatler wn" prac tically agrccit upoH before any Intl miAloti of bribery wa ele. AVe had determined A week or ten days beforo that time that If we could ttlect u cowpromlso of any kind so that our clients' lives might be spared (hut we Mould do II, This would navo been arte It Franklin had not been ar rested, "Tho franklin matter never entered into uny discussion that let! to the ttetermlnatlon ot n plea ot ttiny. Wo Hid nut (IUcum It with the dthr sl4e kor win tho subject even mentioned in the dlsousslon with the pr'hKwera Vhen they nreetl to enter tho . "The pleas wore not timed Matt flection. W wertf ant forcel t wtf them at that tlnm or not at all. We 1ad expected that they wotild csa Mner Wo eptered Into the Metfai lion at Irttsi ten Mys berore ana tue pleas were entered af obn iia the Mtt ttr was worked out. We did not think of tho election. "Job Mrrtman we not mHwM simply Wcause he. m4 g4ven up alt uollva connection wtth thn ilefsasn becuue or hi poJUkat etlvli. Me iad nor. riear Mas nMtce for aev ersl week prior U efcterlng of the Jildae. , , "A far the dfeMwIMan or the Mc amara iferene ritM I concern. I Silt accost tor hum. ?ft n pay eat to Wianc tke fcMsiallst cam-pa-MsH" ' lkirrofcoMlii aiinait fr (he scath i)t tut Waaarit und what I termed 'a "ful tsisrt" contain, m the ntir--'- aaa ,a "aid, tv (he met tht the wmir it ike arllcm mn hetfl "arter Mw Hen I he Hvltw trhMe." Vhed'e VM weHfr, lt J. BTT, ) " " ,'7pt - MNig Jftfi1 l'jmHMBHgttffi8agB 'BSSHlGlNi.' PMrasssBCfssgggB 'egflaA.M.' ivSSBBgK jyjK'A in k , -egggpggggegHaWBBBiMB DIVINE DODSONAT ORPHEUM Timlglil ut Iho Orplicnili. Illilno DiiNoii, n tnp-imtvli remHl liiipi'ro(!J(l r, Mill inaUc liU Inlllal 'Wnv ta-ro.ini nn Alh'uipienpio iiudhiiiv, Hu i-oiiii iniwt highly iitiiilmiciMcd ns it tiutiletlllo urtl-t. ut'uVlii; W'l" uortli'jir wnnlrolM wi Imt .ilono Ih'Iih,' world :oo.oo. .llln Imii'MmutloiiN IikIiiiIo 'tlio tlmated', becumn Incensed itt Harrow because the attorney would not take the sorbe Into hi confidence, nWtinOiia the article and the truth or tlio charge thnt Darrow wu caught In tlte net which brought Franklin Into the law's bauds, District Attor ney Fredericks said: "Wo have nu cnte against narrow on ui br.lb'ery charge, no matter ,wbt our ptrsonal opinion might be. Vo are shielding no person from n fcl'iny proseoullon, and If we could connect Darrow with the money paid Tnleo- man Lockwood or Juror llnln s wife We wouuld start proceedings uanlnst him at once. Tho fact that wo haven t should bo prima facie evidence that We liuvo no rasn ugnlltst Darrow." Attorney UiCompte Davis, conneet ed with the McNumaru derensv, taiX he knew or his. own knowledge thnt tho writer of Collier's Weekly article was At'tuiiied by personal hatred for Darrow. Following n wordly utterca tlon between Drrow und the writer, who w"ii luro during the McXnmnru trm.. Diivfs laid he overheard Darrow bra nil tliii wriior as u liar, und the tat ter depart, highly lucetieed niiil sweuV Iiir vjcngcniite. "An Mr ua tne artiuie's attack n Darrow goes, ft Is ompi.tlllkdly rulsv," declared Duvls. Selected Steoki 3tepRtlei t KNf)rktive Or tiers Sett, Tkere Was Little OerHrml Itiiemt in Ut. lr laier HeeaM A. V. Wife) New York. X. Y Dee. S7. Huecil- thtlvo IhleKsi In Wull street today was diverted to the speclaltleSi owing to thu continued lugctshiiess ot the iitandard stock. Trading eontlnutd to e on a small scale with nn hosencg or KiMtreMive turtle by operntojs on either side. The under tone or trie Mrket grow butter In the second hour, WH buying of the leader wu ot n rrrlcte(i. character. Xutlonul biscuit TCMtt I, )lethlehm tocl. IJ-S HU (4 jN'orth American, 1, HefHt. were s,teaily. iMteteit Mock responded lo man- tMN or rfers but th market or) Hr etiaye4 llttlo interest In tHe aeeM mvmet ami remains! Ik a, Mate of iMCtlon. Lehigh Valley show, Spit (ate If M went up to lSt'i In bheriiAtttr. Other coaler remained IfctotNtMfc vaHl tieere was a dvcllho r rtwo wrthte m twrai railroad or New 3eey Trw ewi'r mock wern n favor, repecwMy N Utah, which rose a Hrit. tWaee revival or lntere Iji Ike ttitd trnMrii sefttted tkmyy aM mo 0mt4,1irmel. 1, and Jl uVl 'ParMc. 1 14. Htick IMaa-il we tr4 lmvw4 i i'U lHtermUl4ust HaryMr keeanae yrf M 14 lielew ytMertkiy' ettflnir. iMellatlti kHm ha7, h tone in the late attemtMm with M particular that Markets iilii.inrti) ' si iiif ifmLsiET l.ili'C(, I'liil-lim tllrj.-lhillj- Viuib'ii; nml pressure against I'tytbfi, ,'2ifl,ntiv uctlons from the he; tigtlreH rh. i point to u point! iitid most o,r the Important stocks ruled beou yexttr day's cloc. t , The i-lose was lienV (tralll Illlll l'lMll-lllMK. Chicago, 111., Dee. 27. Wheat Dec,, H .fo, Jl)uiic,. ., -r ..,. Corn Deo., U5 V65 1-Hcj ..Mny. 61H et l-sc. s. Onls Dee.. tCi-'os itay,t75-llc.t Cork Jan., f IMS. I-arl Jan.. ta.m? SiJ7.H. Itlbs May. .s.B'ijs, , Money iiiiil so'k. New Vork.i. Y,, cjSal1;npi nev. : 3-4 nor arnt: orlnie iniiier. 4 1-1 fMV per cunt; silver. SI 3-jiO: MXU can dollars, 18c; copper. lU.s'Hil 14.00) tin, I44.90Q4&.3C; Ituld l-IMVB , -).;o. Amalgamated, G6!i. Hugur, U6 1-K. Atolilson, IOC (in at Nortiiurn. t:7l-i N'oiv York CViitnil. 108. N'nrthern I'noflfe. II. Itwnllnv. ir.'. Houthern I'nolllo, 112. Union I'aclliu; its. IK'hiIIuk. I5J. JMriiithern lMtdfle,, 112. Union I'aclllc, 173. , riteel, 08. tfteel, Pretcrrdl I P.l. SU'IahiIi Metal. HI. Uiuls, MiffiiDetf. 37,'r-'r'iul steady i.37ib; spcitbr.iiiiiif::uf.i7(. . Ht.'lJoiiU", Wool, I. fcMil. D?V. 37. Wo tit. Louis lowers Urrifuryv and we5ijern nitilj onis, iu moi nr.o A incuiupi", 15 17c, tine. tn15( flde2i 1,hWtecl. Chicago. Dec. 17. Cittl HcwIpM js.soo; marUiit, ntcady to ,9c 'layer: beeves. M-UBfrHjUOi Tt'iM stverej 4.11 E.7Ci ilerJi steerp, M.3Mf fi.dOi atoukor und tieikr St.8Ei?; 6.7S; cows mid heirwi!. f8.0ntjen.l9rv calves, ?4.78"7-!8. ltog- Hetelplit 30,000; nrk slroiiir to 8o higheri lgii, s.r (I.2S; mixed, B.&6fr0.40; heavy, 14.01 s c,40i roiKli, l,,0d(fd,iij Jcooii tn cholee, lteavy. B,UMPt t-SQ sr..8iii bulk or sc. jeiof e.i)S. Sheep Kectlptn Sf.OfiOi market weak tu 100 lower; i pstlVA it. Mi 4.SS; western, tJ.TBtH.JS; yearlings, H.10f5.50i nalrva Lyn !.,- l.35fr 0.88; western lam'li", 4.S0Ve-3D K'mmMk Ct MioOottk. Kansas City. Oca ST. Cattle He eelpts l(U), IiioIimWbk 309 southerns; mnrkut al eddy. iaiJ,ve terri, $3.oo? 8.78; southern Met-rn, 4,A0r A.Ro; notithern cow and hrltern, $3.00 fl 4.1i0i native cowa and,,heltees, ,?S-75 eTT.OOi elucker und ftW'lLU0 6.00; bulls, 3.2Sr naive. I4.no ,59T.3o st ,.eui wesiern .iec, s yreatern cows, iS.pOB.OO, Ho HoculpU lk0B0; market k - - 1 hMMTwWmwVWJ LmJtmttW jpj) lgjsBJj jaj-tpgt MgjgjBA 'bJHtfRMl MH i)gM leHBbW, ijrWet TeWweW Wfe eTw eleM Ahry yeasra-Jibar Um IuH msm. Look r Hm artuUtM m vrfry lux, JtSp, o AI.MIKSIO.N(On steady; 4mlk or sales. heavy, SG.SCti t.40; packers 'and butclicrs, J5.13i$.3J; Dents, &.S.Uf O.rr.; pigs. H.55Tt.-.T.. . Shecp -ltecelpts 4,000; market lOe lower; muttons,' 1.75jtri. lambs, ll.r,04(fl.2iit range wethers nnd yenrllmrs, J.ISK 5.21; range ewes, I5.5U0..75. Chlcnsu ;rnlu. Chicago, Dee. 87. Incessant ralna In Iho Argentlhp and additional re torfs or crop daniugn itt that country gnve the price or wheat lodny nn. up ward swing. UpenltiK ilgtirts i were 3-Sc to ,-sc higher. May sturt td nt v l-4o to SSHc and ro'o, lo 9&&-8e. The cloie wag steady at !!c , for May, not gain pf 1 1-Sc . , lie KirrilAlll Ul ttflllll lieipril ,VI'II I M opened unelmngcd to l-c lower at 03e to 3 B-Se and rallied,, to 03 6-xM5 3-to. Tlio elom wn.llrm with May a-MH.c hUher ut 6( 94 1-Kc. Outs were siMiycd by thn eoursit or oilier gmin May startil uncha'aned to lis.- on t 4V1 to 4or...c Jind tliriti roM lo 48 7'Se. I'lrovieioa rvlt tn, upward tendency et cereal prices nud a(,t hi-yards in lllnl sales were ZH'ilf'ti loWer to fie higher with May IIR.on u. 11 8.11;. for pork. $9.12 W 4111.15 fur lard nnd$8.fir. lo $N,?i,i Mr ribs. t. FA K! Ill . ir? nTTtmCTION, ELKS' fit Gifted Fiaaiet te lattrtAlK Musio Lovers; Will Be .As sisted ly Uivemty Cki MukIc tovcra or Albuquerque ind vicinity wilt have nn opportuntl'to night to henr Uulsoppa KiibrlnHl) u rumous pianist, at the Klkii' llicsjcr. flgnor Fiibrlnul Will uppejir ilni-r the nusplce of tho University of Kew Mexico and will be. UMdsttitl . bit .a university chorus. The "cut wile for the ntlractlott hna been graiirjlng nnd society will bo fclt Fupr.cseirteit ut tho ronCcrl, which promise to ho 11 mei'Uorloua one- Tiuls (lumblner, 2'rnesto Ljimtbefl, Mrs, CharleH White abfi Hte I.I4en llesselden will nwltt !n Ike iHtr anment nnd card imrty' wMeh tll! bo given lit Kt, X-ary'a Kail tiuitetttiay th'p Younc KaWHea km'- Wtd immaculate Conception church. r" - " A VaVWerWswHeiRV - ijiiiii QitMRH r " ' Allcti l.loyil. M r 4 m mm mm 1 r t