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s .UTOiHttWB iinamA mcmta -4, - iota, 1
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9S ABSOLUTELY HEALTHFUL
Its active principle solely '
grape acid and baking
soda. It makes the food
more delicious and whole-some.
The low priced, low u
powders put alum or time
phosphates in the food.
Afift Your Doctor About That
TTHTiUL WiT TW nkNATX
4 ""T'TlTT" j,
wiuhTBStoa. Deo. 4. Judir Itobert
Vf. Archbald"ot th commerce' court
mead thn rel besinnlnt- of his m
Veachrheflt trial tor the alleged mis'
conduct and mlsdeamcanora today
TThn , witnesses summoned bf vtht
noun ujnnuBcrn I'uuuuyuat iuw prv-
ecuuon testified ceiora in Tes.v
court. Kdward J. "VVllllafaa of Dun
more, Pa., near Scranton, vraa first
called to tho witness chair, when the
Sourt convened. He said Juds Arch-
bnid had aiven hint a latter to w. a.
May. superintendent of the Hillside
Coal & Iron company, from whom
Williams vraa trying1 to secure an op
tlnn nn ihn "Katydid culm' dump."
Mr. Williams eald Jttdico Arohbald had
io connection with the option on tho
: Aw! Wbman Killed by Train.
Colorado Springs, Dec. 4. With her
head bowed reverently over a lllble
which she always curried, Mrs. Barnli
'.Wright, eighty years old, a Widow,
wilii utritck by a northbound Donver
& Itlo Grande IrAln hero In tho rail
road yards yesterday afternoon and
almost Instuntty killed. When found
a short tint? after tho accident, the
axed woman still clutched tho volumo
tlKhlly In her hands, l.lfe was not yet
extinct, hut she died Immcdlntcly
upon being taken to tho d"pot bag
Hnfechted by age. Mrs. Wright had
been disposed recent' to wander
away from honii'. She always car
rlcd a Illblc with her and walked
along l lie street much of thn time
with her head bowed In prayer.
Thousand Acres Will Be Planted in Sugar
Beets m Maxwell District By Farmers in 1913
Harvest Off 300 Aores in Pres
ent Year, Just Delivered,
Demonstrates Success of
Prdjebt in Northern New
Mexico; Branch Santa Fc
Lin to Be Built; Qood Ar
tesian1 Flow Struck.
. Maxwell, N. M., Dec. 3. Maxwell
Is now-making preparations to heroine
tho sugar beet mining center of tho
stale and .mo of the most Important
lit1 tho- southwest. The beet harvest
for 1 1 2. as rur as It effects Maxwell,
cnde.iL. Nov. 30, when the last load of
beets was hauled over tho dump.
Checks for the hccla delivered In No
vember will bo mailed In the farm
ers In December, when a limit ac
counting of the season's business can
IJastug estimates on the returns re
ceived from beets delivered In Jc
tohur, llin grViwcra'arc eatlsllejl with
Jesuits, nnrtgreutiy Increased acreages
will lie thcVrule for next year. Anil
tliofte w1i?i vVerii waiting to suo how
mo rnpgs or ma oninusianis unci win
gefliiHldo tht) motteyiin '1013.'
According to present Indications,
the auo.acrcs jiluntcd tit 11) 12 will bo
swelled fo 1,000 acres In 1913 It may
be oven greater, but 1,000 acrns Is
now assured. It Is not uureasouablo
to supposu In a few years from now
10.000 acres or the Maxwell tract wjll
be planted to beets. Up in Colorado,
the Orcaf Wei-tern Sugar company,
.which operates nine factories, will
handle this year 98,000 acrcH uf beets.
And there arVelgUt other fuelorles In
that attitc. each with thnioiands of
ncres. Tin- Great Western company
will pay the farmers if Colorado for
Ibis hi.'iihoii'h crop a total of eleven
The Maxwell Mull publishes the fill-
'lowing list of a few of tho growers
here and what they expect to do next
8. II. Uarrcttson, who had out a
few acres this yc,nr, and who received
193 an nefo for the crop delivered In
October, will tfrow fifty acres next
year. HV W -convinced that ho can
work that much beet land profitably.
K, Ij. Orayos, who hail lit teen aeres
of beets' lli'ls yeur, will have forty
acres hi fit i 3i Mr. Uraves received
flattering returns from his acreage,
and Is mi well pleased with the re
sults that he will mure than double It
for thn" ctfrfirrig season.
(?; $,.Wl!j$Uitcr raised ten acres of
beets this year. Next year ho wlh
hnvn not less than twenty acres, and
more, ir he can secure help to caro
for them, Jjit cap handle fifty acres
.with his present force, and will have
at least that much planted. Ills suu
cfks from the ten acres convinced him
that this Is n natural beet country.
W. A. Heatly and Willis Jonea each
had out a.tcw oorca this year, to sco
.what beets would do Hero. Now that
they are convinced, they will huvo
twenty acres or more next year.
Wit Ho his tormago was short of
what he, ex'xpecjftd, 02. D. drltllth re
ceived returns of 13 per cent sugar
contents' on. tilir.'beoto, Mr. Qrlfllth Is
convinced that' he can Inoreasu his
tonnage another year, and will In
crease his acreage. . As this In his
jlrst year with" beets, ho Is well
uleaood wim tho results.
J. U. liumithrles raised' thirty-four
acres 'of 1iVoa this year. Now Mr.
Humphries Is planning on 100 acrea
for next year, as he knows there loBida
oig money in ino crop, ins .ueoia
i : . .
this ear iialil handsome returns, and
convinced him or the lUnc!H or Mux
well lands for beet growing lie be
lleves that beet growing on o largo
hcalu wlll pay liroltts on a large male
and that Is what he and ever other
beet grower wonts.
Ilraneh Mno to lie Unlit.
A branch line of (he Suntii Cc wilt
bo built from u point near the bent
dump to the Maxwell form. If plnn
now being worked out by oIIU IiiIn of
the road and the Maxwell Irrigated
laud company are carried out.
The purpoui of -the branch line Is to
place all tho farmers near beet iiiiui
and thuw Increase the acreage front
hundreds to thousands. If the line In
built, no farmer nn lite tract will ho
mile and u tiuarter front
J MI A
Colorado tilt t li Hate lucrcitM-.
Denver. Dec. 4. Colorado's birth
rale dins Increased 100 per cent oer
the number of deaths within (be last
year, according tj HguicH compiled to
day by Wlllard Peck, statistician of
the state board of health. According
to his figures, there were 10.' more
births during the first nine mouths of
this year than In mil. and Ihern was
an avcragu of fifty-three more births
than deaths recorded for each mouth
The surveys for Uie road have been
made, and the . route has been goun
over by T. M. Williams, dlvlNlou en
gineer for the road, and his report on
iln project' w III lie favorable. 1'rof.
Tlnsley, agriculturist for the Hants l'a
lias also been over Iho route, and tho
branch has his hearty appro ul. The
branch would not only be a gom'i
thing for the Maxwell district, but It
would develop new business for the
Kinta Vo, , i , ',
,. . . . . , . w , .&..-
('. C. Iluiullo. president of tlpj (lar
ilen CHy Ntigar facAiry, and W. A.
Matlock, will mcot (leneral Mannr
1'on of the Sin to I'o In the near fu-
l. ne, to go over the Hit nation with
iiPn. Indications now are that the
branch will be built, as the project
has been tuilorseil by all who have In-
City .Will Train (jlrlx.
Klockholm, Dec 4.--A municipal
school for servants Is shortly to be
opened at Stockholm, wlicic IrlH
wishing to enter domestic svrvbr will
be k I ven a .(reo training In all l '' -Ileal
branches of liotiMewllerv. The
school, which w III 'be tinder the n
trol of the Stockholm municipal num.
ill, nuej, lis Inception to the efforts
of the seven women members of UiIh
body, who worked mil nil the detaltb
of the scheme ullil irealleil upon the
niiiM'lllllic tneuihers of Iho coillii'll to
ranctlo:i Its being put Into operation.
New Prvshlent of Aim .rlsr lload.
New York, Dec. 1. The resigna
tion or Newman Krh iim chairman of
the board of dliectors of tho Ann Ar
bor Itallroad company was announced
today, lie will succeed to the presi
dency of the road III the place of Jo
Heph llaiusey, Jr., who will retire. II.
11. Harrison, vice president ol iho
roml. baa been nut III charge of Its
operation pending the aolecilon
new general umnager, In which
tloo Mr. Itliliihey also aeled
Hurvlics I'liur-htory l'a 1 1.
Denver. Dee. 1.--After lulling from
Hie fourth story or tie Carlton hotel
to the paved alley below. Marshall
Call, aged Vi, greeted Dr. 11 C
Welrsback cheerily anil accompanied
him with little assistance to the
i nhvslelan's olllce. Call suffcreil two
fractured ankle, a
If tl.lu l.r....nl. ...... .1 I.. I. .,11, I,
means that there will be a sugar fae. deep out over his eye and severe
tory built In Collax lounty in thuu lot bruises.
take caVe f the erup nf HIM. This I
assurance bus been given by the Oat- lliilgana llorrow- $.-,.(11111,1111(1.
den City people, who are seeking a HI. 4'ctersburg, Dec. I. It Is
hii-utlnii rir nuotlier factory uinl me
llliaucially able to laillil It. llelicn
their lllteresl III Hie new roait
Water I'lowlng l-'nnii Well.
At a depth of 1,7 Hi reel walet was
struck In the experlmeiitiil well belli;!
dtiileil at the Maxwell fill ui. Th
contract for Hie well was for 1,700
feet. The w.i'er was round within ten
feet id the limit or the contract. The
water Is flowing out ol the top or the
well In n good-sized stream and Is
growing stronger. The waicr Iiiih a
pleasant taste, slightly mineral, with
a temperature or fiK degrees.
Contractor McNey Is thoroughly ot
the opinion that there Is oil here. Ho
Is In Colorailo at this lime, but wild
return at once with c. A. Klshcr, a'
geologist of national fame, who will
go oxer the laud and give his opinion.
Mr. I'Msher passed on I lie Alaska coal
Ileitis for the government and also lo
cated Hit, Midway nil Melds In Wyom
ing. Ills Judgment on 'ho chances for
oil. here ought to he worth something.
Tho next step hi Die well will bo
decided upon alter Mr. Kinder has
given his opinion.
ported that three IIuhsIiiii banks have
advanced Mulgaiia r,.OOO.ouo t asy
terms ami have consented to sub
! scribe tor part ol tin loan or IH.000,
ooii now being negotiated at Pur In.
' Argue NcMspaiH-r Case.
Washington, Dee. 4. Arguments on
to the validity of the newspaper pub
licity low, a licit Ion or the postnlllco
nppiotrliilloi), were closed In the su
preme court yesterday, Hollclior (Jon
, era! Ilullltt speaking for the govern.
: incut and James N. Heck on behalf
i of the newspapers, attacking Its i on
Hundred Killed by Tornado,
I'arls, Dec. I. one hundred per
sons were killed ami tJ.ooo.oon woiih
id property destroyed In the tornado
that swept over Madagascar on Nov.
! 'Jil. according to tho latest reports re
ceived at the ministry of colonics.
ABM BADLY CRUSHED
IN THRESHING MACHINE
Maxwell, N M . Dei. William
Kdgar. operating rMgur Ilrothcrif
threshing machine, received a bad))'
arushed arm Moiplay afternoon, and
as a result will bo laid up for thu
next three weeks.
Tho mu due, in charge of the reg
ular crow, was at H. It. darroltson's
threshing wheat. Mr. Kdgar had
been standing on top of tho separator
when ho noticed that onu of the belts
was not acting right, Ho climbed
down to fix It, when Ids arm was
caught and forced bftween the bell
and the pully. Ilu.was rendered un
conscious by the shock and lay be-
thsf machine for-severai minutea
until discovered by. other workmen,
lloyal Arcanum Ofllccr Dies.
Wcntflold, .N. V., Dec. I. News hits
been received here of the death at
Kt. Petersburg, Kin., of Kdward A.
Hk Inner of Westlleld. for the Inst
thirty years supremo treasurer of Iho
1 loyal Arcanum.
ORHINE CURES WHISKEY
. ORHINE li tn HBOiJsrd rftnedr and is ercrrwhere rerocnlwiil as ilie taot
TiuceMful and rellabls bonis treatment for Iho 'Drink Hnblt." It li hlffhly
'pratced by tbousantlt of women, because It lias restored tlir-ir loved ours to lives
ot tobrlelr so uefulncii, and lbs weekly wage. vvliich at one lime were tent
for " Drink 'r' are now tucd to purchasa I bo nete&iiries and nmnv comforts for
home. AhVl br'iuotbcr nhu wants to savirber hutbond tJr son 'from "Drink'
"'villi In ftlad fa nqw that sbe. ran pubMs OBBN:J at our store, and If no
boMfit li obtallcd after a trial tbo money VU1 be refunded. Cm be given it-
itohilelr losleless and dorloe, alvcn ewretly In food or drink OHniNK No, 2f
eait.t rnihiMF mci rnr irnini itiiu urniiro iu mac iuiuviiit uoiuirui
,V"T . lw.s fu-. A.t 4. A iaa 1r da iAm oil lintr. fWlUliUV t
! 'Out J VltW Kt yyt v evv wymv vv 'wsi vir
QGfD TXXXGI TO EAT.
A Big Clean
up in Apples
100 Boxes Fancy Varieties
JONATHANS , 1 1
All 53 pound neb
weight nnd worth $2.G5
per box. But !o make
room for a new largo
shipment due to arrive in
a few days will sell any
of the above varieties for
From a Huiirswful Hun at tlie Hi-hmI
ny, llljim Thcutcr, New Vork.
TKm Play That
' 9tartld All
Dy June JlallecU Held
A Modern Up-to-Date Play
Dullcate subject reverently Ireated,
N. Y. I1HHA1.D
Thn numb" of curlc'n calls would
'have oven' satisfied Tetraxlnnl.
N, Y. HUXt
Made Powerful by IU rl;plng scenes.
Well calculated to intensify.
N. Y. OOMMKnCIAU
No more poworfui sermon has ever
boon Drenched from the nulplt.
N. Y. JOUI1NAU
When you want a good
Cake, we have it.
FRESH BREAD AND
HOT ROLLS DAILY
PHONES 31 AND 32.
L PRICE KEEPS
ON LEVEL AT
JAFFA GROCERY CO.
KANSAS CITY CAPITAL
BUYS GRANT COUNTY
RANCH FOR S175.000
Sllvi r Clt.v. N
lioiieil liete thai . I lir
ami cattle have been sold
of Koi.wi i 'll nillhoiiull'es
has Ik i n i -1 1 1 1 1 1 k ror iuhik
In n III in
whether Urn' sale bus actually been
cniiMiiniiwilc it or nol eoulil not be ver
llleil excupi.hy the above rumor. The
irlco was lb-the neighborhood ol
$ I ".",,11110
The N V "iitlll Is one of the lai
st In tiil si i iinii of tho country. The
home ininli is on iho Mlmhres rlvei
near D' Tin- l.lle Sim llolslelii
wait .i l-i u in i -mil niiiuiiger of the
ranch imni i t r - ile.'.in several yniu
IIKO When IMS I.IIKe IIOIUIIIUS ti.isseii
Into lii i'. '.in .Mivi. llolstolii ami
chlhlieii ii'i i 'Hili on thn homo lilio i
tin. .ii'ie-i esiute of Kansas la no
other l.i i a owner.
To Itcorgaiiie Marines.
Washington. Dec (.-A voluminous
bin llini uoniil leorgatilto tly person
uel or Hi' tt.t I I'slabllsliuient anil
the nun no '"ip-- ii s Introiliii eil by
Itepl'csetiliillti 1'inlgctl, elialrinati or
the boos n in 1 1 - on naval afniiis.
The bill pre ill"-" an Involved svnlem
id miiiiilalnlUK (be ipiola of naval ut
lleeis mi M i.Mt-is proportionate with
the touinige "i the navy,
Aimiii TiiiHi Discovered,
Madison. Wl. Dec. 4. "An at sun
trust," wbli h is charged with causlim
the ilcstt'in lion ol 1,0110,000 Worth
property, h.o ln-en iNt!Overed In
Wisconsin. Hluli I'lre Marshal I'urtell
said loil. iv Woiiiints have been Ih
siieil lor Ho- H i nut of several of the
prluiipal iillegeil iilfcndcra, most of
whoni.,ilie Hinie oihcer said, live out-
side ol Wlsconslii.
Trtmhlo'a Mvery; til N. Reoonrt t
ouu mti :.t
can only bo appreciated' by tastlntr,
Uood ua It loolts, vvllhtjuet'tho proper
crust. It Is oven better, to tuitu, Try
u loqf Njr your own satisfaction, Thcro i
must Me B"o reasons wny many or
Ilia best homo linkers now Usu our
Use out 10c wrapping loaf.
m vUi mk 4 I,
All World Wants Wool and
tWili Pay "Store for It Any
where Else; Anxious Sellout
Hake Slight Concession.
tlostort, Jfass., DeOj All tho
world wants wool and la willing to paw
moro for It In every market, except
In lloston. Hero prlcos havn boon
miilntatncd easily cUourIi slnon elec
tion, but it haa been extremely ullil-
cult to miiko advaucus. There bait
even been somo talk of weakness In
tho market and possibly anxious seU
lera hnvn tirnilo slinht concessions from
their askltih prices In order to do bus.
Incus but Kcuerallv spcnklnir, tbo nuvr
ket Is II r in and sumo dealers aro re
fusing to sell at current offers from
Uto tiMuufaclurorM, Wo sco no reason
why they will not reallto their asktiift)
prices lor an tno wool incy now notu.
In ono Instanco this vvoek wo under
stand that a salo was actually con
cluded at an advance- of Vj cent over
tho snmplo bug prlco, a.iya tho lloatou
London Opena StrotiR All advices
luillcato that Iho expected happened
at London. An averngn advance on
the opculiiK ilnv of about 7 4 per cent
was made, althniiBh somo cables re
pint 7'j per cent and others 7H
'it to per i cut American buyers, no-
cm dim: to all accounts bnve not boon
heavy oieratots at tho boKlnnlntt of
the sulo and piobaoly will not tako
he.ivj iiuaiitltics any way as the selec
tion or wools ttultnhlo for this market
Is not heavy.
Tariff Hpci illation No lllth. spectl
l.ltlou as to the extent of the revision
or Schedule K which will ho enacted
under the inciiiuliiK Democratic con-
HIchh Is hcllIK lUillllaed III tlirollKllOUl
III,. Itailn and iilli'Ked assurances nf
conservative revision aloiiK lllie ipiitet
illlTerelit ft mil tiioHn ailoitcd hy thn
Deuioeratn In Hie last coliKt'cxn art
Mid to have Induced imiutifiii'turei
and InlUe ilolhlllK lllletcstM to oieratn
ii- 1 1 1 ii k 1 1 no new tin Iff would hecomo
i Hi" tie hetoiii January I, I'.ilt.
Thn, is mi certainty uioti this ipies
t kiii. however, anil while prudence)
in. iv urn el ii the lucomiiiK coiiKresH to
a un.ilcr extcnl I linn In I KM, tltiv
wind ttade Is lorliiuiitc in hnviiiK at
the ih sent moment such a Unlit slock
ot wool nnd In IiiivIiik a market
Ihiiioithout the win Id so stroiiR atolls-
Ili'tnecli Seasons Manuliicttirern
mo aencrall.v well eiutiloyeil on IlKht
welahl K'lods and aro cnitaHcil tirlu-
i Ipallv at I In- moment tl ntiuhRlliHT
for tlu licav.v welKht season. The
kulltllM Irade linn alre.lilv placed Mollif
orders with stilulicrs hut not heavy
weights of .varus are yet under order.
The I dull trade on koimIh lias been
ai i (I I to all accounts rather iIIh-
m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 k lu ninny respects Mils sea
'on. hut possibly the ailvelil of mole
wintry wealher will have a stlmulat
IliK efleet iliiii the trade.
(ieiieial .Market Suiumar.v -There
has liecii a veiy mnilerale Hade . i -
i -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 in wool Ibis week, ios
slhlv liniile nin.illei- hv Hie hoPdn.v.
miiiio o the iripir buyers, hurt-over,
.He keelll W .lIl'lllllK HlO Ul.ll l"l. Olid
iit'kln iiji whatever wools .ippear
iie.ii, or al least relatlvel.v -". De
hi., 1 1 I for the iiieilliMii wools ol all
Ki.olek, chieriy iiiarler olnoils and
ihi. i -i lahllis Iiiih been onspli noil"
where, Willie Sales of I bene wooh.
hive I II ve;, 1,1 IIO'l.V III loll of
nun I'iiiiiiiIh or ho W hear of no n-nl
Ihinue lu prices rioiii tiioHn i Ii l" 11
h.i'e I" ell prevnleul lor scleral weens
l'riiHH'ii-. nod I'rlces,
itetieetl Of nil.V lower pll II
Ho- liilllieillllle lull ie III evHleie .
lnle II ,ni,lhlna lit.- lend -. would
hi 'i m In lie to a lilKlier level, in njoi-
i.i,h with Ho- lesl ol lile World, so
. ...... i...... i .... ..
soon a,i iieiuaun iioiiii nine
lllllo I'ieeics mnilerale i Hit I i t V
of lllllo iiu.niel and t III ee-elahllo
blood coiiiiiini! wool, iiei-iiaiiH ion. lion
piiiltnls, H repoMeil sold lutsMveek al
.'III cetlis. Illbei wine there seems to
have been Utile nhio lleei c moved. If
supplies of medium eomiiiiiK wouih
wero available, tin h no uoi ni
thai a largo business i ouhl he done at
thn rates now urn nl.
.Michigan Fleeces Demo ml tor
,M Ii ii tun ii fleeces has also I n on lie
medium ciimolna siirls of wiilcb a
'Iiniied ouiuitlly lius ehaiigeil hands
,ii j!i ceiitH for iiiarter and three
.vilsMouii's, IIIc Demiinil for Mis
miiiiI hi lain wools has hot been keen
,io ,..,.i, iiiihouuh there could bo
...... ui.li' i .il.li. me dliiin blood wools ofi
(Ills clasi sold were the to be hud ill
n price. H quarter lilooil Wiscon
sin are leporlcd sold litis week ot 'J
cents fol a ralr sl.ei line.
Pulled Wools Th has I u onlj.
a verv moderate trade lu pulled wools
thl week, New Yolk being v.ell clciill
ml up, only one or Iwo pullers holding,
any II wools In that market at H"
moment. Prices on these wools are
held strong on the basis of about -i
ictltS III tbo HIIIUSii for llllliel lleaw
Territories Males of lenitoilcM h i"
uoi been numerous nor yot for large
iiidiviiioai lines. A number of medium
grade sales of .llion' 20,00(1 pound
have oeen made. Irivolvliiur tjuuiicr uiul
tbiee-eiglils woolt. For these grades,
if, nuts has been easily obtained. Of
fers for half blood Montana, which)
grade. Is perhaps In oa heavy supply na
nny leiiitnrv wool at the moment
have been refused this week bacnu.su
they were lower than dealer usked.
Thorn Is apparntly a nod for th
wools, later If not Immediately until
dealers havn no fear of lining able to
obtain full asking prices later,
Included In tho sales this week
were 3S.O0O pounds id quarter blood
Montana at ail tents, an equal amount
of quarter und three-eighth combined
at the time prlcoi 25,000 pounds of
three-elahta blood Hod a Hprlngs wool
at 20 oenU nnd an 'iual quantity of
Wvomlnal thraa-elvhts at 24 csnto.
' " No. 71l. m
Itcport of Iho Coudlllon of tho 1
STATE NATIONAL BANlS ,
at Albuquerque. In' the Htat of NVW
Mexlt-o, at tho cIdm nr business, Nu
vembcr an, 1013. ...j
nanus and discounts ft 87(,29t,6(
- Overdrafts, secured anil
I. M. bonds to secure clr-
rulallcn I mi, 000. OJ
U. H.'bonils to scetite It.
a deposits ... Ilo.OOO.un
Premiums on l' bonds i.ooo.oo
llonds, seclllilles. etc. lll,2Bt,'J2
Hanking house, furni
ture ami fixtures l'i.S2K.!3
(ilber real estate owned I l.nriil.lli)
Dim ffi'iu Rational liaiiKi
(ml resorvo ngeliN 2il.afiB.tiS
Duo from aUte mid tui-
vnto hanka on. I Imnli
rrs trust conuiaiil,
and savlnffl bnnKs. l.'..JRl).t
Dun from approved r
servo agentr l.'in.790.7i
Cheoknj nnd other cash
Ileum . t Il.(i33.0'j
K'xchangea for olcatiug
hoiisn . ,V, .i-r. . . . U,14t.7T
Nolen of olhor National
bnnks . y.-,-.Trf, , . ll.flflO.lKJ
Fractional, paper our
rency. nlokelK ami
netila . Tv.';v.vr;....i Jl!.73
Lawful inoncy rcservo In "
, bank, vlst ' i
Hticolo . .v.t 101,3:10.00
I. rgal tender
notea . ,.. .-v.v.NDNIJ 111 1, 330.(10
Itedomptlon fund with D.
II, Treasurer ft; per
: cent of, circulation)...' ri.ono.on
Tolul , w.-.v.-r.iv.-.T.$l,7HU,fl01.ia
Cnpltnl nlock paid lnT..$ lliil.OOO.nn
fltirpltts fund lo.ooo.nn
Undivided proilts, Inr-s
xpensea und laxen
paid ' ll.sn3.Nn
National bank union out
standing. . . U2.riio.(in
Duo to other National
banks . . . .'. I In, I7l.ti2
Due to Hlnte ullil prtValn
banka and hankers, . . , 4 II, tilt 1. 72
Due to trust companies
anil savings bunks,... iir,fi2l.nn.
Due to npprovinl reiervo .
ageiiis i:', onu. no
Individual deposits sub
ject to check 742.KDU3
Time ccrllllciltes of lie-
posit nr., iioii.tr.
CcrHlled checks in. till
(.'ashler's cheeks out-
Pulled Hlalro deposits... :tr,Nli7.0H
Di'IionIIii of V. H. ills-
bliliilng ollliieni 13.nilR.K7
Total. . . . : '.JT,.rtl1:l 1 .TIP
fltnle or New Mexico,
County or llernallllo, ss,
I. Hoy McDonald, cmdiler or the
aliovo-nnmeil bank, do Holeinnly awear
that lint ii lime iitiitenicul In true In
tbo best or my knowledge ami heller,
Cul l col Alleiit:
HI. Mi l.V MTU UN.
O. N. MA It HON.
.1. II. III'INDON,
W. W. HTIIOND,
Hiili$ci Iheii ami sworn to hcfoio me,
thla Hil ilny of Deceunicr, lit 1 2.
(Hcatl W. A. Me.Mll.DlN,
leiriloty nf a mlHCiilJiiiii'imn n.il'iie iim
well jih soino grailo wool and hue New
Mexiiau linn lieetl bold, perhnpH seven
to eiulil hundred (bousatnl iiouiiiIh hi
a i I". hi hmI iippioximatelv sl.xlv cult
Texas A fair quantity of twelve
uioulliH Texii wool H icporlei) HOhl
IhlH iveea, apliroxllllatllig a quilllel'
iiillllou pounds, which hrniMhl on Hie
lean basis ahoiil lit '(ill;, rents. Wit. I
thn exception nf ope or two small lots,
thn 'Icxim lull clip Is now out or grow.
ill.' llllllUs. KnlloWlliK Hie KellVllle
sale, the teiiialnlng wools wete qlih kly
noIiI up al talis figured sllgully let,
on Hie i lean oiisIh Hum Hiohc taken at
Kern III.', Dial Is In Him nclg.ilinrhooil
of l.i cents i ll. Hi lauded. TIicnc woola
are iindelslui.il to hu e i nine to IIoh
('.'alirotnliis Trade lu i '.iliriu ui.t
wools lias been light again this week.
although there n a iletmind ror good
milium county wools at a clean cost
or around .12 or possibly 62 cetils. I.o
eiil dealers In California are asking
these prices for their holdings, how
ever, .mil lloston operators cannot
llierel'ore do business.
Mcourcils--a fair business continues
to bo done in various grades and con
ditions of scoured wools. Prices show
no . revislcn
u I. nls,
Noils Tlie call for Inn Imlh In per
haps most acute nnd piie.'Htar., lohi
llvcl) dearer on these ginilen, aUhough
Hot actual trailing In nulls Isj not heavy
at Inc moment. ,,i .
I'liids Living "Moon Lisa."
Ilii-lon, Mass., Due, 3.- Coriloii
Hlevelisiin, a Chicago artist, who nr
lived lu lloston on the Ited Htar Unci
Manllou Hum Auhvcrp, was so struck
with the resemblance ot u ynlltlg .lew
ess, Mnthle Kurplunwitz, a tiasseuger
on the same ship, to Dcoiiarilu dn
VIiicI'h I'iiiiious ".Minis l.lsa" that In,
qiude several sketches of hoi ti ml In
tends to make her the model for u
picture which ho will call "Tlie Mod
ern .Moliii l.lsa "
The girl, who lii only 17 yettrs old,
cil tile iii this city to Join re la I Ives at
.233, Miihliollii street, lloxhury. Him
was, born In Minsk, ititsslii, whom she
1 '"8he has Iho same faco nnd tho
saniv liiscrttlablo smile as (ho 'Alotia
l.lsa,'" said Mr. KtcvoUHiin. "f was
struck by' the resemblance thu Instant
T law her."
When S. S. S. Cures
There Is no 'come back" whed S. 8. S. cures Contaglotss Stood Poloo
because this great blood remedy bo thoroughly cleanses the clrcuUtloH
that not a particle of the old virus is left; After the blood has' beea puri
fied by 8. 6, 8 this vital fluid is as freo from Infection a&itwMtafefethff
diseasevras contracted. One reason why 8. 8. 8. is so enccesM it tho
treatment or contagious siood rolsqa is that this medidrps twMiCMttts
ana duiius up me eiomacn ana aigesitve members walls ic 18
blood. Thus nil the svatemlc etrcn tr tk is left to ass 1st la Uut
of tho vims. 8, 8. 8. is the one certain cure lor this pottt 1(tteI
der. Thfflclslsn is not, based upoa tho trctmest of few d4fta ht
Mnetck"ftr0 8..!id itivtn Um Vitus out. 8. . 8.
cobuiih a piMMti (Mrniuisinerai is mat, tx wseq mm
there, but it success extends ,qver a period of mora thaafortyvrs. WwIt1
ife taU.ilatkoHfsds upoa. Ui9UBdkaYfl found cu W k iV,1 - .
of tills sttuA tewtdr aad ail were wilUair to testify ibafc tlun mt ikt . --
tc IK, 11,09, yitliU
Mors qr Itm line and One, mjtlluruy
. m! ... , w '.'; - jm