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THE EVENING HERALD. ALBUQUERQUE. W. M , FRIDAY. AUGUST 28rlfll4.
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POR
Standing of the Clubi -
nllnnl lcngnt.
Won. l.ost. p. .
Nfw York l t .:::
HI I. .111 hi l ill .f.4.'
H'tetoll ' f.i .-".it
rhl.imo o ,.r. .f.;'J
fiticiiHiiiti ..r.i mi . ma
Uiooklyn SI 4Hii
Philadelphia r. I HII .4.'.!!
PltlSblltgh SI .' .451
American ltngiic.
W'lll I .list. I'll
Philadelphia " 37 .hH
Huston Ml
Washington .. ......HI 14 . r. :i '
In In II .".'I .'.! ;"
Chicago Mi S3 4 71
Ht. l.i.niii Mi 2 .47
New Voik r.3 H4 .a:-3
ii'vt-iiinii v.i :
IcdVral Isvagiic.
Won. Lost. Pet
Indianapolis. fit 4't . f 7
I'hllHU.I M 61 .i-i
ln.miiii.ri- 3 f.:"1
inin.ii.. , r.K t.;, .r.n..
Hkh.kivh r. mi:.
Kansas I'lly .ii l1 4."7
W. louts fcj l 4l
Pittsburgh 4 7 fil .l.'l
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
National t.cngllc.
SI I,oihh 3; Kosloti.
NV Yolk. II. I tin iii, J.
( 'tin Intiutt. :t; Philadelphia. 2.
flmoklm, I; PtHsburgh. n
ntcil.nii league.
, Philiidflphwi, . I'lmaga, I
Hi. hi. Ml. H. I). Holt, 2
SI. laml. 1; Ni York. 4
W.i lilntli n. 1. i Icvchmii. o Kirat
nnie.
Cleveland. J; Washington, I. Sec
wtiil gum.
IVihral Ijiittuc.
Ilrooklvn. 7: Itotrnlfi. .'
( In ., J. hi I .II im. '3. Ten In
nliiK". tailed on m i i. in. I nf rum.
Iliiltlliiore. 4. IMIIi.ii.il Kh. S
GAMES TOMORROW
nlional League.
Il'ikton H M l.l.HIH
Mlooklvll Hi I'llti-luil gh.
New Vmk at Chicago
Philadelphia lit I'llll lllll III.
inert an league
ChtcilKn ul Washington.
M l.i. Ill Hi II..M..I1
lietrtut at New York.
Cleveland at Philadelphia.
IVtli-ral lrniro.
riii-im. i ut st. I ..hi ik
Indianapolis at Kansas lily
I'll I -..il if ll at luilttiiiur
KnIT.ilo Ml Ilrooklvn
UII6 'EM OUT
The Keds might li,a v
set ice l.y rh i Hi'liKllIU tile
Culvers!!) ti'.iin.
Malty il.iinn t think Mix IIi.imk
lir' going to K.ll till- pcllllunl Ill-Ill us
they have only Ih. c ii...l pitchers.
tli'ttllll M.'ilMW Would feel 1 lot lad-
Icr lr lie li'iil ttiut niaiiy.
Julica eut cecds f.rttvvii
of tit rl, l.oo Kc.s
Hnititi or J. .tin ! l.
I hi- next shut.
.In hi hi in. r
't.ii in i for
horn In on
on hem lli d up whh a lot of i rip
pled athletes, lit- took w ill. Ii i in Into
Hit- rvt pvcrv III. If lioilll .1 in. Ill Hi
hlM i on. n. in. .1. In. In. linn I'll. hrl
II.mUik anil lloyre, I In. i ... cr ih
n.niia "
Imkr film I. Hi-iiok. Ihn liolr
('in. Inn. ill H.iln. inn ii.lKhl niiv. I"
rip. . I till In hut lift n all IK tit ly pfl-vrrt
In n h rlrro limn tn ho in hn.l
Jiim( lit-Mi tut I'oiliit't'il riMiuii ki ll Miirt-
nit run thp auitil. Ion of ii kii.iI''
"I havp nrvrr nn-l tlrnr ymun nifti
Ihiin nir I'lntlntiHil ImIk. Mr ll'i
"it. nor ot more tiirlnl i iipiiil'inn
Ainnnn I In-in nip Inwycra. tin. toi"
I'll II cnEliiffrK. hluh-t lilKi nu ll ot
rtiiMilf P'.l i.roti'f-Kloini. I H ""' kiiv
Kulnr th il thrrr nif not omp Lull
pliiytiK iinioiiR thi'in'.'"
Thn Itli Ihitt l.lm t rK m i lip um-il
IfKill.il ly to llilikp II I'llll I nn III II Hli"
i pKn liiiK t.tt ii tli iili a K.t'l I'low !
Miirniurr !''. .mi' KniltitiKN of thi' ItoK-
t.in Itl.tM'K SIlllllllRH ll IK UK" ll lllll
Hint' ii.t n il illy t hi miKhoiit tht- Kru
uni -M.irmn lllf. h:cr nn I H. hniiilt
-llifip pl ivt tK lit lnit i tintnli rt'tl tl
only rt'U'il.iri on ihr t'liin KIiiIIIIik"
IwiH kiv .'Hill. I. I.l". nil or whom, wilh
tho t. i .li"ii ot oi.i'. him l.ft'n tiiiin.l
low ti hy koiiip innlor I. . mop Ifn
lint htlll thp tram miin iu. k to wm
with ttirni
WAR PUIS CRIMP
Miitht'Wroii tula nlloiM'il iiioro
honif rutin iKik t'tioton tli.in .in; oilit'i
pit. In r. I . mi ii i ii n i'ii it i loiil '.
hnva liptn loin from Ii is m Inrri to
tint.
Ill iriTERNATIONAL
ATHLETICS
Vast Development of Amateur
Sport Throughout World
Impressed on Feople When
it is Suddenly Stopped.
rnnntry In whl. h to hol.1 thp gnmf"
ami thn. Anirtl. an .011111111 ip will
I curly out th k h.'.lulp at t.liit.nril In
(liiiiiiiny wi'li. ml a hit. h of any kind
W't! hai' uv.iil.ililp rtnilliinia In in.in
PmiIh of thn i.iuniiy vpral of whi' h
ru i.ipiii.li ni Kr.iiinn from forty t
Mkly thoiiK.iiitl pp. tnlnm. Should It
provr (h-Miiiililp to inK(pntiP thii I1. in
hum I'm HI" rgpoaillon plunncl f..r
y.m Kliii Ikio nrnt Sf.ir until IHIH.
thn iihini'i. unit'H would utiil'Militpil
ly h hld thcrti tn innnrrtlnn with
I do fuir. If Ihr txpiiKllinn la ht Id
in . iildiiKt to t'hiliil. t'hlto. I'llta-
liuiyli. New York ami H.iKt.in .hp nil
nMiil.ilil.. fur thf following year. w
1 1 in nnd H)ra'UKi with tliilr hi it
rolli'Rp ptmliuiim in In III alnn hp con
Idvrcd ''
nlhr IHp of Ih Atlantic, Tiavpr hi
hi pn ki'i'i lna In 1 1 oa torn h with Hip
KHinta lKt iir lo fnrtisn n
triin'K wirp m..n thoa who . inl.'.t
for Hip tialiotial rolitiat ut :.ii..ii
t'ny, lull thla )pr for oIuIoiik rtn
a. ilia III llflil Will h nillri'lv Ann r-
i. ii n In Ita mak up.
NEW HIGH RECORD
MADE LAST WEEK IN
K. C. CATTLE MARKET
OLD TOWN BROWNS TO
PLAY 0. R. E's. SUNDAY
MANY GREAT CONTESTS
MUST BE POSTPONED
Nrw Yolk, Auk
1iikIi.iIio:i of Dip
n. itr i f uiiuitpiir
tin m, i. nil. ni (hiu
rt'KUlt of thn whi
HI till' ItPHnOtl tll'l
tor Hip li. llpf I list'
A Ftrlkl-iK II
'iiit i nallonul ihnr
; rt la i.fr.irili'il hy
ih ile plopcil iia a
in Kurupr. Km fly
- w iik v pi v rt'llMOll
I'll wtiul'l hp the
In a ilo'ilili'-hfii'lir a fliorl timi
uiio .--li.iiiiiiz.' iihpii i iiiiipr, mi
iii.il M.i n In Hip oultit'l.l llplupcti
I In. trio 111.' lulK will' lino If. Lilt In
thp a'oml mi nip Hi lioKl..n oiitilil'l pvptii
r'r.ink I'h'iii.' iloptn't ht-i-m lo
hnp iihidI Hip tit-Ht of J.i.lmi nt In
fiioiiia Vanki'ii. Up h.i'l to huy
' liiullp" fret. ha. k Irmti ktiiMinioip
lli rl 1 1. 1 in. I la ail.'i'i pilliiic ut Cm-
llllllllll. 'Ill" I l.tlltr plnp'K hp IlltN
lioiim pi!, noliilily Mnlkifl iiinl Kl. p
f. r, nic inn. h In ill in. i ml ti inujor
I".ii;iip clnlia
Ikv
Arthur I
ii I irt iiii nl iro
Iiiim lippn nhlp
Hin hia fialit
It wan I'i'iky'
Iiiik iinn'U.ncptl hiK
i I hp mm He tipu r
to Ki t I. .. k hia nerve
Willi l.ullier .M.'i'nrty
Plow tn i lip h.-rond
roiiii.l of lluil IikI'I thni Hint M -I'nriv
down In hiu dpitth. Th ahot k
of M. nrly'a death uin.etlle.1 I'elks'K
nerxra and hp iippi ainct. I,iih foiiaht
I'Vi'ii .i fair tin hi 'I here .iIw.iih wiik n
wna t ointioM'd of I it i ore. roniii.ll
nnd Mimn Why plnyerH will tin tlila
for SIiiIIiiiKk and 1. I.i I nl the H.mie
t.i. li.H pin mi. d l.y ii not In' r nnituiuci
la one ol Uie u.i K(crl"r of the innlor
It'.ifiueK.
iiip.iI'ki year In Ho- hlatory "I coin
pplltioii. With tin' nui'xpi'.'ti'il coii
II i t aiiro.nl Intel i. .tioiiul t ontpaia of
ail kin. In hjv in t n i nn. II. . I no. I
tn.iy not lio I can i. ii .) lor inuiilha or
ewii 1UIH.
im I lilt riiilc of iIip A I In nt li' Aini-r-
I' ,i k cup r.t.e la ih.' iiiokI iiiipoi linn
to he en net ll. I hut othpr com-
lipoiHP liurna. outritl.hr for the
Npw 'ork Hliintn, wt.iira two ilitter
ni t kmila of iipa diirluu thp liitMi-l... II
IP.IKOIl. Hie I. It til l. I nl the l'"l"
vroiin.lx heliiK iilnnit th woikI Kim
Held In liny of Ih in. i lor lomni' eli -ciiIIh
W hen the aim la ahlnliiK It'll n
Wi'lltK II toll peaked rap wltn Line j
aim Kin Keen mini lied I'll iimk ilnyx
he wpnra n imp with a nhoiter laol
and no r.l..:
port of liiniilil) ni. out
waa ittrnl.l to hit
hia a. tioiia Mi;
I'rmU I ..in Hi of the tt.inlnn.l cluh
of Hip ('oiiki Humii', la ilii.it ant
aKMlni.t Ih ilinft lute Hi- ha" mn
a war tihiHt to the t fle I Hint lie will
not rt'Kpei t the tlr.itlK ni.i.li on hi
I'lairia hy the nnijor leaHi'ea
A new Kill"'. ill onder ll due to ho
apriing on the Nnttonitl lenitue Kh'-rt-Iv
l.y the t'i.nK He la i;...n Im
'in. who hna hepn on I he kii:ii "I'
enr. hut haa onl winked on. p. In
on ol the I'hillip Kninea at mi tun
Lin k. Hiik I hm oc iialon Krd
Mil. lu ll. K'li.t r IK..I or plti hi ra. hn
hn.l the (Imp In hand for u nion'h
now antl elainia thqt 't Jh in-fcnt
inoiiiont he . til'ont Hip lie.-.t Kpil'. .ill
pit' hi'r in the .S.il it'tnil leii'ne.
"iitorii StalliitKa eoiild iiinke n
li.iHeh;iM phiyer out of m wooilen In-
Hull." lift lnie Hull renin". o lle
inii .1 woollen Intluiu Huh Witiirt
KUK. t'pl ll.le to Iteillllit'llt. -tl SlalllllKH
tin iic.l him over to llui'icin.
wnl. hiHK the N'n.
cloKPly. They nil
f the I'.lnvt'K. Init
out I lie i.i.iiiIh ll
Win. .n iiione. for
a aerlea lielween I:okioii nnd the Ath
letua will not If na t i . I . I . t I . n n
BtiiiK with New Yolk K.-:i:iy I irk
la not aa lam "a the I'olo grnunda.
The Athlt tu a lire
II. .lull leiiuiie not'
admire I lie hplll t I
tf the hitter now
will eoat very M.i
All repottK to Hi coiiti.uy. the
Athlftiia will he Hide to p'nv to tu
pai lty tn every wo) hi kpi it k.iiiip In
.iliiiltuJiiUUtf. . Airi-"'y. .'(''vr ':?
reKeri ni lotiH have poured m In the
hiindied. "We colli. I ... to Mi. mm
nl Millie park if we h.nl the room."
Knl 'I I'oiinle Mil' k.
ptiiliiilia will lo. ihe fnreiuil eutrlea
that were t im It l. The ani.ili ur and
n I-1 n itoll i hanipio i.' hlpa and th nu
ll, mil leiiuia to. ii nanietit will I f
witli. .ut fnrelRn .nil. ml,: hIii.'ii even
tin I'avia t-up toiiuiK now. In How coun
try plan to linve 'or hi.ine aa anon
..' Hie . li.llU'liue ii ml la li.ini.let. il
Aliro.id Hi Hut iii.-i. ort h niotoi-hont
venteal ami thn let. ruat ionnl iiviation
r.i.en Ht Ichelinei are o(T ua well aa
ull the vnrioua 11.U1..11.1I i h iniiiloli
Khl.a of (liu Kuroi t an countrl.a.
The reault of Ihe war Irom mi nih-
lelli' a i.l Kportinx Kiniulpoltit may l
Ki.attr Jor it la likely to upnel pieli'.
k.Ii. dule. I f"l att.il yeara to ci.me
The Soulier hunt lacea at Kiel -it 1 i I "
and the rilytnlili k lines n I'.erlln III
l'.U are no Ioiiin r aaurnd lixiurea.
.Ml l. i.i HUtliorituv- holli in Aniciii i
un.l ahioail reali.i: thai If the pipxenl
war ii'titsnupa f'n nny rxteii'led per
iod lieitiia-iy will not no III a pohltloil
to a.t na hoKt to the tilyiiiil.' teiuiia.
linmiti from all ihe Kuroiuan conn-
Hick w'II ho ureuily curtiiiled ir not
.ii. iniloiied etititi'lv and it may he
iiiiiKHiiiy to pnt.i.nc the miiuea or
H. muter tho meut to a.ili.p ti.itlon not
li'i.h.'.l it tho 1 1. ik It of iirma.
"irTomitieiitlnK on thla anale of Ih
prt u tit uiiKptlled Ktnto of uffaira ath
lete, .l.impa K. Sullivan, aecreiary of
thn A met lean iHjinph: tominit I.
aa'd:
"I if ci.ura it' lookinK a lonK way
ahead tti attempt to preUu I h ffrt
of the war al.ti.a.l on the tMtiil'lc
K.iinuK of ll. I'er.Honully I hopa
that JCurgpe w) J tie ul jicmn ukuIii
Ii'eti.re that' ilne u id ili it till re w ill
l.c no need ol a chaiiKc III the pro
Itram. If. however, a ahlft Is necen
K.itv ih I'nlieil Htatta t tho loiilml
Mdlniw lan't lukmn any chnneeai
I I .
f f aWWKM,iiaaMKNaaJ
THIRTY-FOURTH ANNUAL
i i i f r 1 of
Afllbuiiqiercpiie 1
4k fl MR P 1 aV Jt J K ff I I
u, o im iu, vm
Next week prnfeaKloiial and ama
teur i.lfeta will hav an Inlerratlim
tolnppl ll l..n on the linka of the Mnl
li.tln.in t'oiinitc cluh, nine Man. I, III,
In the four dnya' open rhiiniplomihlli
tournament ol Hm I Hue. I Mlalea tin. I
HKK.i.i.it ion. IiikI year thia evil
wna decided over the cuuran of the
I'otiiitiy luh, lliookllnr, M.ias , and
IU Ht'iiKational ciiiIiiir In a victory fot
Pram ia iiiiitnet, a yoiinit Miikkii. Iiiik
etia player, over Hurry Vatdon and
K 'w ml Itav. a pair of ('.rent liiit.iin
l-ii il 1 1 if proIOKMiotiala. In Hi .l oil
nt it th ice curneied He, udl iiIwiivk
he riinkt d hi a alar .i rf.u mail' e in
American iinlf a una Ik The trio had
tied Willi acorea of .Ull path for 7
holes, hut in thn play oft. the I'd
IoW'Iiik day. over I hoi. k. iiiittni't
put up a won. P i fully Ktn.na anin.
winnlnn nut with n roitid 1! air.ik'i.
while Yerdon and Itay tlnlNhed ai
named with 77 and 7 rpe. 'lively
Thia year, however, the event will n .
have an Internal Ionnl thivoi its 'ri
forriiin enltt. a K ni" heen :ec lve.
and ltiierest will hi i pnti-rd In tin'
rntV ffT. ria to retain th "open" H I1
whi'h he ao cleierly won !....l I lit
Hiri.TiKeat and nuiKt reprKenlallvr
llcl. I of aolfpra that ver uiheid on
an American coir links Although he
was unsiieciHaful In hia sltempl .ir
ItrltlKlt iiniutpiir chaniplonthlp hoti
orK In hia recent trip to Kurop tli -met
hrouxhl Iho Kreni h amii'eiir
honor hotn with hnn nnd since h."
ret urn h has heen taking excellent
ear of himself lie did not niter me
Mi I ronolitan open tournament ua ho
whs nnxioua to rrserve all Ills play
Ine eiu-rRy to iiinke a supreme effort
III (he cotiiitiK tourney In successfully
defend his well iv on national laurels
ll.. ulna throuKhoiit Kurope Is at
kLiihIkI ill owing to the wur and tip
kniKhla of Hi kI.ivc have exchatiKt'il
their padded weapona for Ihoa of ii
far more duimeroiia character In
Kiance alone aeverwl '"te of the
professional hoxera ure servlta with
Hi army the nioxt illuatrioua exam
til nelnii Heorae t'arpentler. The re
tent rin of victories of the Kreneh
mlildlpwi'lKht over hoih Itoinhiirdler
Wells und tiunlioat Smith raused
Ki'ropr.m critics to predict worlds
championship honors for r.irpcntier
Should he he killed or Injured In '
Hon hia low would he keenly felt In
PiiKiliKtlr clrclea for even the KnHlisli
ring uuthoritle predict a proinisln
career for hlin as run he at-en from
ih. follow ln extract from a review
of hia l.out with smith:
"Thouuh thu result of the hoxiug
contest between Carpentlep and iun
In.at smith waa very unsatlsf armory
from one point ol view, there la very
little doubt that If the contest had
continued f.'urpentier would either
huve won eantly on polina or would
have nninlli'd hia man hefore the
tenth round. The Frenchman h.n
a'tence, pace ami preciaion, and all
of them had heen improved since he
liiht appeared. With tU.illlles such
aa Ihciic. he was easily a ilc to deal
with a man whose chief iikmcIk were
Kin until and einluiunce. The lapier
will nearly hIwh.s win analnsl the
b.oudH'Vord. We shall ulwaya l""
forward to aeeln t arpent ie- in tin
I rtiiK .main. Ills llcrce vitality, Ins
wifl iniellmeiue. hia II.iiiiiiir ctnir-
comtilnfii too tif soiiii
iii.illlicK win. It huxina
Kr Ihe lirst lime this reason
'Id Town llrowns will meet the
It. K. nine at Traction park Siindav
alt. i noon It will he t.te urowns
Ihlrtl trim of the seiison. I'lit they
lire full of RillKcr. In spile ol lima
Iiiv-oITk. nnd confident if winnina.
Thi y have iinn .l t.. lav t.n a tiaeis
of winner take nil ante icelpts
Kansas I '.lv Stm k Yards Aim .' I
faille re. eiplK l,.t week H I'
I p lev I. oik ctk :t . II '(. inline week I '"'
' vcm ll ., hiu' Crime cul'le sold linn
lull seek and ,i low hiah rec'd lor
in., n.ir hi. mull' ai till. .'I. pact
. tor t utile both Tiii mI.H Hlltl W. 'lnes-
.. il.iv K-el V 1111114 eX'tl't the upper
' ' I
UVESTOCK.
CHEERFUL TONE 111
WOOL MARKET III
SPITE OF IR
Boston Commercial Bulletin
Sees Confidence in General
Situation: New Mexican
Sells at 22 Cents.
ua. present a
the finest
has ever
potients."
evolved In ts hest IX-
ER 5; 6, 7,
20,000.00 IB PURSES, PRIZES MID PREKS
!To Be Contested For-
(P0SITI0
RARE AND EXCITING SPORTS
FULL OF IN
AEROPLANE FLIGHTS DAILY
TER
ST
Most Liberal Premiums Ever Offered for Agricultural and
Live Stock Exhibits
SAfJTA FE 11. D. SPECIAL EKCURSI00 RATES
For P(mium List and other information, write THOS. F. BINKERT, Secretary to
Commission, Albuquerque, New Mexico
The Inula rup, etiodeumti.' f Ihe
worlds leatii tennia i liiiniplonshli
the llniil niiiti he for whii'h are lieinlj
pl.ive.l nt r'ori-Ki Hills. I., in Islmid
toil.iy w.i pln.'ed In c om .. l It ion tlf
teen vears iiRn. the donor hetnK
tivviKht !. ll.ivis, of Ht. I ...ll is. Mo,
Thla was In HIM'. hut tile Idea of tir-
, I r I n it 1 1 n k an Inlet national roinpett
l I .on Ii thia port u ron. elved Hire
1 vea'a previously. hy lir. J.iines
HuiKht. then iiresident of the t nilen
Slates Ijiwn Tennis asso. l ition. and
atiiona the leadtIK expolienta of ten
nl In the early days of the gatne In
this country.
In 1 7 Dr. Iwi(ht In a letter to
hia friend lr. Ileriiert Ohipp In Kim
I.i nil. aiittuested a match heiweeil
Ann re an and UngliKh pluyera, mk tins
liroved In he the IiiikIs of iorre
pondeni folloand oy nem.liiilions lie
lween ltritirfl anil Aniernan .in
tennis aaorialloli whoh. aithtiuKM
disrupted U-T a lon tune owing In Ih,.
outbreak of the Hpanlsh-Anierl. all
w.ir. en I in inn ted In a mat.'h tiutweett
the Urilirh Isles and Ameruan teams
at the I.onitwood fiitkei i luh
ground. Ii.attoii. A iik ut R. . and 10.
ISiiu. whieh wa won hy the Ameri
lans. M. I. Whilinan. Iiwiitlit lr.
I i.i vis and llole.'oinhe Ward, the Hrl-i.-li
pl;iers I.e. ll A. V. Uor. II
I:, .per llarrett and r.. L. Iliaea. r.na
I. ind w.ia un.ihle to send a team here
Hie follow Iiir year hut they did an In
I in. i and attain Anient won. In
ii.l. howeer. the Uoherty hrothera
and Harold H Muhoney tupture.l Ihe
.. ....i. ...,l took It 111 England wilh
them .ml 'I remained there until
Ian; when It " hy tn Aunai
lasian learn h. retained It until
when the I'tliiKh wen l aaain
i Ihioiiiku the howl to thu vuslory
ul the Anietu.in a yeur ago.
tviih iti open lotilesl del ided
Ii.iiiiiu.nhln. Anieriean
libi.n. will a'irail me
ery plaer "f nut I"
This ear the l
Plates ltdf as.iu.iHtin ha ,.....
.k i.-l. ..r iii. l-kwanok ,minty
ilub. Mant heslrr. Vt.. Ifm
in K.i.i..iiter ft. lor thi twentleih an
...1.1...0 f,.r the amateur
honor whnh Jerome U. Travera
ih. t-i.n.r Unnt.lail. N. J- "1 i"VM'
em holder, ha won three times
ihoiiah the champion has n
r...n in snv nubile niat.li or
....... hi. return from hia rcenl
visit hi quest id llritlsh h-nnis on the
The lloeton foninier.'iiil llulh Im
revieuiliK I.l e I week a wont m.llHtl.
nijii III purl:
I'onriilt ine in raw wool ln.i. I n
helKlitem .1 thla week hy the iidvnil
In the innrket of huvera who have
been eoiiipaiulive KliiinKei' for some
liin unit who huve hour lit stum
wool. All told Hie pun ha.iea for tin
week on new toiilt.i. Is huve been
leaa than they were in the pieeedina
week, rem h inn .1 lolul perhaps
five million I... un. Ik. In addition to
win. h some further iiiik h.ises niu.lt
previously have neen approved
I'lieea ale itrotiK. iilt.'iouah deal
era aiiparentiy nave tun inoimui
est to Insist on further lv.iii.es nl
the inoliieiit. extent peril. i lis in iso
luted riiaes The t'optiniiaure of haul
Hess on the se.tle and In the spirit
of the past two weeks, however, le
luite hkelv In forte hinder pi pea
A Rootl feat ure of the business he
Inn done Is the arm over whieh It is
siiremt Almost everv line of Wool
mainilui turnm Is lei Iiiik th beneti
eiiil effeet of the tlemunil whieh hus
heen indii I In Ihe last two week
hei'uiise of the war nbroad, so that
n broad loiiii.i.itn.n n.i in" iiusiiiear
nf th tiirrent hahlwemht aeusnn
stems fairly well assured.
Un th other . hiiml, the trade I"
not nver-etilillilent. whieh III Itself is
.ll'itleKK iinother k.i.i.I feutuie
While money la tiotulniilly nt ti p
eent. thn eloser stnnnliia of erettn
nf late In nil tinea of business Is ae
eentuatlng Ihe tliKposltion to miik
hilKte slowly. Ilesides. the wool bust
ness. whieh must nt neeesslty deter
mine its i nurse to u (treat extent h
the nrtihahllitles t.r the future, finds
ninnv future f.iitori whieh art now
utieertatn. piirli.ulat ly with refer
erne to tn tiisposition or inn comma
(Oloillll) clips.
Sales of terrltoiv wool hav heen
fit Illy lurge on the whole and tiav
Involved about everythiuK aviiiliibli'
In Hie market. 1'lie dcinmid for Mot)
I a nil wo. .Ik Iiiik been filllly Rood II lid
sales of hnir-l.lood and Ibree-i lnhlli
stulde at reported ut '.'I nnd it
eenla. respectively. In tile Kretse. line
lot of nil' ill.. l.c hulf-hlooil is said!
to have liroiiLiht LT. cents In the
Krense. Home fine ilotluuK is also
Kind to have been sold at .-etitK
In the iit'iahboi'li I tif thrt-e
matters of a million pounds of i'..l"
lll. In wooln have hi ell sold ill Hi
ollKin.il b.iuH ut -1 to tents lt"
riiiinil has been fair also for oriKliml
Montana wool at '.1 to I 'v and in
some case iik hmh us 'i cents
Sevelal hiiiiilred thoiiKUHfl IioiiiiiIk f.f
Wyoming and New Mcxi. un orlumul
Slick wools have heen sold .1 t '
JlieenlM for ihe bulk of the wind, or
t okI ma clean for the tine WyoniinK
about HO cents mid for Ihe New Mex
ican !t to r.K cents. Solllf line Idaho
hits ah-o cIihiiki'.I hands ul fin to 6:'
eenta 'lean hnais und ii moderate
nuiinlilv- of I'tab Ik i. poltcl sold nt
r.H to .17 .en It. c ten n liiisis. Il.ilf
bloo. So. Ill ,-pllliuK wool has heen
sold Iii ii mode lute way nt about 1"
cenlN clean basis, und on. null pi.iin.t-.
rust sold 11 to :i" ."t ills lower. In
clu. Him st. i. kers and feeders. The jup
.y to.la ik Isn'Mi h. ad here, and
pruts .tie .un.l, on the best, with top
eteer sabs ai lllll'., II" 4 and
in. ST.; mid. lie n'a.lts k"1'1 aiound
enls lowei Siorkera and feeders
are s'ronx toil... smne antes niaiifi.
the iratli in thai departmt nt hav'iix
lertved he'iellt i."'i i .-ent i nns, and
el pr..H.e. ik. rhol. e lire. n I
oill.lv steels. I iti'i piuinda nveinis.
roiiKlit !' i today, and medium
steers. IJHil poun.iH. K'."i in
lain s'eers to killers, in. lutlina ent
ile hroiiahi up lb ik Kptitiu. It . "
no ft i oki IT to nil an order for
load of chub he.ivy m i iows
n t week lUil. lit r snides iin.i a
ml cutlet, and runner siufl sells
slio-iK. as It la wanted io nn war con.
tin. is ..r litef. ivuataiilme rattle it
elpts o.la were ; inrK. nle mouiul
t cents lower. Middle class nKi.t-
hoiiiu .af.le in ide the bulk f Ihe sup-
Iv. selling nl $...' to ".
some tan to co. ..I steers iiiou.oi
lioo.l weight Wintered steers will Ml
HT.iil, cows II .Ml to . II KIckMv
griis aleers Irom KaliKas ami .tiik
Koiiti llnd an ..uilet to Illinois feeder
buyers up 'o l "'. Hlramhl feeders.
brouuhi Ii loiluv. and hula of in
Kim kers sill at iil.". to $ '. com-
in., i slo. k stuff to he had as low as
0. I'ollllHV dt "ll.tlld Is expe' led
o Improve in Hie near nnure. win. n
will he a o. help to ,he whole tain
llrt.
Hogs are on a more set tied bails
than a week or two ago, iliough pip
Iia lines are frtiint. Ite'-ellUs ar
3, nun toil")', maiket ,. to in renn
hlkher. all hiinds hiivmg freely, lop
111 an, hulk l!.'i.. In IH J,.. Ih
drovea in coaling fully us much her
III fhlt.igo. though a few i hoi
as
Hunt hogs in 'i ke top there sllgnny
above the market Immu-le hogs sell
In 10 cents abnve Ihe regular mar
ket, and a g I many can be iikc-i
Home l.knc. Is showing up, ascribed
to cureless feeding of new cm n.
Ilur.ers had the llm-a sharply drawn
for them in lambs today ami non
were allowed to t h the Ix.on mark.
An ordinal . top wna I' ll.', paid for
I lahs weighing 72 pounds, and oiliera
weighing lis pounds brought If !H. lo
natives I7.r. The supply la ...""
Agetl sheep are scare, nnd Immune
from ordinary market decllnea, welh-
... . m . - 'CI
ers win tn Ui to , ewes it to ...
Parkers are taslng western shlpmena
entire, throwing out .'. tn in per vein
uta at Ifi f.il to When receipts
become a Utile larger, f Hug Minns
will be available, and will sell at I 7i
to 7.i... J. A. IIU'KAKT.
The Markets
iihnKi IdtrsliN k.
fill. into. Aug. 2H. Iloga-- Hecetpls.
IR.Oint: strong In Ho higher. Hulk,
IH.R'llb ! '.''I; Imht. S HTi l 31.; mixed,
H.IMi:l.; heiiv). v.".lit 9
rough. ! .an IK. .'... "'"
I'llltlt Itf.lipls 1. allU; steady Io
strong. Iteevca. I 7 ' '' I" : steers,
f ft.Sfi 4 ! I"i) iows and heifers, II "
J.2U, slot kers mid teedets, Ii
K.I0; talvia, IT.f.nu It
rheei Iteeelpta lii.iU'U.
sheep, 1 1.7 .1 i ." ; vearmm-..
r. tla. lain is. I'l "ll 'I 7. Ml.
..Ml'.r
slcudv.
.. li'i i
191
only
the
amateur
golllng hlue r.
attention ol c
th country.
of
AI
taken
tourna-
Kansas ('It, I,Iviim U.
K.II1KMS I'll). AUK. ii- -HogSll-
celids I.MPI. sir.iiig Hulk. I'.iU'ilf
H i;,; heavy. :i iMi !i 11; . a. kers and
bin. b.'iK. ii:. i ;i 1 7 ij ; light. .'i
'..M: pigs, IS uii4i n.id.
futile lierelpla l..'IIU. nleadv
l-riine fed el.-is. $ '.i ii .. i 1 n. ".n ; .1 reused
beef Kiel.'. 17 7."."l X ""; western
steers. ti ".ii'.i H st' keis and ed
i ra. i ;:.i Hi. bulls. ."..;.',i ti.7 .;
l .lives. IS., ",ii i 1" ' ll
Hheep Itecclpts 1.1 w. k.
I.aiubs. 47. mi i 7 Mi: v . inli'i,-. I '. '"
ti . 2 . : wttl-'is. I.'i :'.i .' 7.".; ewes. I...n
ti :..:iu.
A le.en' note i:ing Ho- rounds
Hint a tn d l.ascuiHti had uiiiile a rec
ord by h i. in-! I'l pal oiila III a nine-
Inning i;.iin' bungs out tile Hiiitenient
of tine and tlni. medium Sotlu Stirttigs
broiighl '.' . enta In th grease tir
about .'7 to .". ceiils eleun An eipial
liinntlty of half-blond Wyoming Is
reported al 71 to 13 teuta. o
H'l rents clean basis-
Hial K" i let ll.lHeliuin
Hb.'i mall (-..III. in
I'oikoiney of Hm
Hie TcHK-Hkll-
.
TONY MICIIELB A CHS
AUTOMOBILE LINE
Take pussengi ra anywhere in the
elty for
25 CENTS
riimirw: hlaml. 1 7 11. Il'mie, I.UCJ.
b.. ma leu Hue. leiintlv hid
oiila and i.tieuiastsl In nm.
'the in fit I.I made J.', of the
alls III tills Kami', whl'-li is
addll loll.tl le.-ord us fur as
The gallic was .l.ird with
kana. and Texni nana won bt
of J to 1. The ll.. I a ia f. II III
I'll. pile James A Miilpb..
VI pi'
iitiiiui:a .7 put
also all
know ti.
Teiar
n k. ol"
hind by
work.
Ihe Herald want ad aa youi
CALIFORNIA OIIX
rcM 4 asniswiiM vPVilDtHO-
IN b'rAMt'J .utOlOUrjlOi'sTLCLtS
t'H.ora .;5
I
Under Canvas. Sixth and Central
Saturday. August 29
C. L. EHICKSON PRESENTS THE FAMOUS
ALABAMA rilSTIlELS
LARGEST AND REST COLORED SHOW ON EARTH
40 PEOPLE, BIO NOON DAY STREET PARADE
THE SHOW THAT RESPECTS PUBLIC OPINION, A
THOUSAND LAUGHS WITHOUT ONE SINGLE BLUSH
TEN BIG NOVELTY ACTS
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