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the evening noALP, AisrQ!n:?aTrE, n. h., Tuesday, march z, mi.
Federals Throw Down
Any Effort, to Tamper With
Playeri Signed by New
League will Meet with
Vf iMttt Wlr. is xkvraMt flora Id. 1
C hlcago, March I. Word win enl
to the president of the National nnd
American baseball leagues today Hint
tho Federal leaguo wa prepared
fight for fair treatment and would
meet any kind of effort to lure away
player under contract with the new
In a telegram addressed to John K.
Tencr, president of the National
league, and to Hon H. Johnson, head
of the American leugue. iieeliVlit
liiltnor of tha Federal threw down
the thnlengo which may result In an
oother baseball war. Tha message
John K. Tener, Hun 1J. Johnson:
"Indisputable evidence tella til that
aoina of your eluba are endeavoring
to aign Federal league contract play
ers. If you do not atop aurh method
tmmediutely will withdraw our
policy of fulr play and give you battle
at your own came. (Hiini'il)
"JAM K.I A. tllLMoKK."
' Maddux Oh- i" WMiM.
Wichita. Kan.. March I. Nick
Maddox. former pitcher for the tMtta.
burgh National leugue haehull team,
will manage tha local Wealern leaaue
tram during the coming aeaaon. Mad
tlog. In making thl d finite an
nouncement today, auld hia plaver
would report for practice March It.
PlEflTY OF TROUT
Screeni Soon to be lifted to
Let Young Fish Into the Pe
cos Large Plants Made
ISeeetal illeaateh 1 Ktealac Herald )
Hani- Kb. N. M.. March 3 Trout
fhhrmen of New Mexico will have
plenty of sport thia year, nccordiiiK
to Assistant (Jam Warden I'ago li.
Otero, who la In especial charge of
the flah department of the elate
-came warden' offae and who la tha
limn for the Job through hla lonK
experience and ardent enihiialaain a
ti fisherman. Toward th- end of thia
month tHero will lift the wreeii on
Holy Uhost creek and let the youn
trout there down Into the Peco. The
tish have now attained good slse and
MI add materially to the pleasure of
fc (ju.nler of the beaut f.'ut I'ecii
toutitry during the coining aiiinmef.
1 luring the puat f-w week heavy
plants have been made In many New
Mxlco airesm. Including 10. Out
trout In tha Hugarlt near Katon, T,
boil In the Vermljo near IMe park.
.(iU0 In the Mora, 43,000 In the up
per Peco and about dO.000 li irmall
er at r en ma throughout the elate.
With the new hatchery In the
Iturtlett preserve In working condi
tion New Mexico stream will l'
well l i.eked with home-bred gum
flh each season.
Here Is the Chicago
Joe Tinker Says He has ft
Eunch of Eoys Who are
Sure to Pat Hi Team in the
Pennant Contest Class.
Iy Ieaf-d Wire to Etretit-if Herald.
Chicago, March 1. The line-up of
the Chicago Federal, the firm to be
given out, waa announced today by
Miimixcr Tinker. Tinker anld he wa
satisfied that the team will be a pen
nant contender a he ha four awlft
men: Jai kson, who led the North
wetern league In atolen Imaea last
year; Cad t'ules, who led the New
York Plate leiigne butter and atole
25 baaea; Max Flack, who lilt for all
average of .3' J nnd stole 4J l,-, In
tha Three-1 league, and John Muncle,
a ten-second man, who played with
the I'nlvcraity of Mlnneaola team Inai
Ad llrennon and Claude Ilendrlx
will do the heavy work of the pitch
ing aluff. The Chicago team did not
get Kenton, though he will go aouth
with Tinker men to begin training
l-Hier he will Join llrnoklvn. The
line-up with the name of the team
with which each man played luat year
Pitcher: Ad Iliennan, Philadelphia
National: Claude llendrlx. Pitts
burgh; Tom MiUulre, Chicago Fed
eral; Irwin lung, local semi-professional;
C, J. Wataon and Henry
Schmidt, Milwaukee; John Olaeer.
Chicago aeinl professional: lava
llliivk, Chicago acinl-profeaeionnl, and
l'ii Prendrrgut, Peoria.
Catchem: Art Wilson, New York
Natlunila; Jim Hlock, Milwaukee;
William Killlfer. I'lillailylphlfi Na.
tioniila: Jame Mclionnugh, Chicago
Federals; (irorgn Mulviiney, semi
professional. Flint basemen: W. It. Jackson,
IT BE HOME FOR
REELECTION li! APRIL
Popular Executive Announces That He is Out of Race, Feel
ing He Cannot Give Tim to the Position Necessary to
Success Without an Adequate Salary is Provided.
LEAVES THE FIELD OPEN FOR
ALL COMERS IN SPRING ELECTION
Considerable Number of Well Known Men Being Discussed
by Leaders of Both Parties to Head Ticket, with Little
Asaurancee Thus Far That Selections Want to Maks
Mayor D. K. II. Heller till
morning autliorlxed the Even
ing Herald to announce thut he
will not be a candidate for re
election a Albuquerque' chief
executive at the nprlng municipal
election now near at hand.
The mayor'a Intimate friend have
known for ome time mt that Mr.
Seller ha fell he could not afford
to five the time and energy necesanry
to tha performance of hla duty a
mayor tuf another term, without a
tulury, and to them hi itatetuent tht
morning I not a auiprtne. To the
general public, however, the an
nouncement of the mayor I unexpect
ed, a It ha been generally believed
that he would be a candidate fur the
Hemocratic nomination, or upon a
noii-partieun tit ket. thoiild inch a
iouro be determined upon
The maor'a talement followed the
John Kading. Chicago Fed- j fullure of the city council nt II am-
erjila: Fred lleck. Huffalo: William
.willing. HI. Joaeph.
Kccotid huaemen: John Farrcl, Chi
cago Federal. John flrannn. Lake
Fore.t university; I.eo Kavanaugh,
Third liiiM-tiien: Itollie .elder, New
Vork American; Jame Ktanley. Chi
h'hortalop Joe Tinker. Cincinnati.
Outfielder: Al Wlckland, Cincin
nati: Cad Cole. Ilaltlmore and El
lima; John Muncle. Cniveraity of
Minnesota; Max Flack, Poorla.
Pill Hreiinan wa appointed chief
of the Federal' umpire staff by Pre
ideiit illlinoro today. The umpire
re expected here tomorrow for a con.
fereme with the president.
Hundred Entries Expected in
Various Events at Meeting
Organized by the Military
Koawell. N. M.. March I. Captain
P.adathmer of the New Mexico Mili
tary lnatltule. and Profcaaor Kllngr
or the high school, are pushing an
all New Melco-Weat Tcxaa-Arlaoiia
track meet to be held here the lutler
part of April, and they expect at Kasi
10 track athletes to compma i
Itiirttia the earl day of April a
field d.iv I scheduled of all the val
ley town high school to be held In
Artesla. llelore that date, however.
there will he a dual match between
tho Itoswell high school athlete and
the New Mexico Military Institute
Thl will he on the Institute track
which lhy are now preparng for the
The radeta have been doing track
work for (.everul terms. This I the
first year that the high school hut
played to thi kind of aport, but an
paratu hn lain ordered and fif
ly III nil school lad are now In train
Ing for the event.
f'hh'f Juallre for Hawaii.
'Washington, March I. Presldest
Wilson today nominated Kdward
Winer Watson of lloiilulu to be asso
rlute Jus' li e of the supreme court of
Meadow City Youngsters will
Compete in State Scholastic
Track Contest Next Month.
East li Vega, N. M., March t.
The athlete of the high school are
bUNlly employed In track work In
preparation for the second annual In-
lerscholastlu mut t, which will be held
In Albuquerque on April t&.
The high school will enter the
events provided the athletea keep up
the steady practice for the meet. u
periniendent Itufu Mead thl morn
ing announced that he I willing that
the boy make the trip If they show
sufficient Interest In preparation. As
i general rule track meela are dla
ouraglug for high school boys, a H
require considerable t'm to get In
shapo for the event and Interest
often drop toward the middle of the
training aeaaon. However, the Highs
ire showing Interest and promise to
keep hard at work until after Ibc
meet. Albuquerque I making exten-
lv preparation for the entertain
ment of the high school team that
make the trip.
After the mee, a banquet will be
Wen, during which the medals will
be awarded to the winner of the dif-
lerenl evenls. As there are three
medals f:r each event. K"ld for the
first pliit e, silver for I lie second and
iiroiixe. for the thud, the opptiunit
for winning a medal I much belter
than If only one were given.
Also the high school winning the
greatest number of points will be
given a banner rmhlcinutii' of the lu-
teracholiisllc truck championship o
A new feature will be added to the
interest of the nioet thia year, tna
much aa Metara. A. (I. Hpaldllig and
llrothers. Hie greuleut athletic fur
nisliitig house In the world, are to
give a silver cup to the school win
ning the greatest number uf points
The cup Is to be th property of the
high school winning It three time In
as many different year. Fu h school
which win the cup on year will have
ita name engraved on the tup. and
will retain It for the year.
1 he points given for winning In the
varlou event are to count aa fol
First place In an event, five point:
second place, three points, and third
place, one point; the greatest aggre
lute score for any one school to win
banner permanently and cup for the
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
Foil eALK Firat rlasa horse and
buggy; reasonable for cssh. Call at
S1 rSuuib. itroadauy.
sum last nitnt to agree upon a sal
ary for the executive. It waa in ado
plain during the executive se.lon of
the council, that the members could
not reach an agreement a to what
compenxiilion aliould be given the
mayor and Mayor feller hit let It he
known to hla close fricn.l that he
could not afford to take Hie position
again without a alry of at least Jf
Tti Mayor's statement.
"Many of my friends have uked
mo to make the ta.e for re-election
this spring," said Mayor Hellers, thi
morning, "and have been kind enough
to tell me that they were sure I could
be elected again. But I feel that
much sa I appreciate the honor car
ried by the mayoralty of this city, I
cannot In Justice to my business and
my family take the position again
without a gutlicletit salary to Justify
me In giving to it all the lime which
It need, and which I find I mini give
to It In order to aailufy my own con
victions as to what Is right. I have
made my position regarding the sal
ary question perfectly clear to my
friend and to members of the city
council. It has hcen suggested tniu
sularv of 1100 a month could tie
paid the mayor and that th- council
would consent to such a salary. Hut
discussion of that phase of the matter
la Idle at this tim. since 1 am ?oti-
inced that the council Is not naety to
agree on tne amount oi aumy
rlnca I could no more afford lo take
the othce at 110(1 a month than i
could for nothing.
I mean to say that I cannol gue
art Hme to the elty. My Interest In
the growth of Aiuuquerque sou
the work of the Muyors oince Is ao
keen that 1 am conielled by my own
enthusiasm to give the ollk pruc
llcnlly all my time o long as 1
I want to take Ihl opportunity m
say that 1 believe the memoera oi "
city council perfectly conclentiou In
the position they ha taken on tin
n.tl.r TlwV lellee U t
alary Is not Justified; mat is. a ma
jority of them do, and I respect their
convictions In tha mutter.
am. however, a man w-itn s tid
ing to make, and since tne major,
ofhoe requires of me, at b ast, prac
ucully my whole time. I cannot con
tinue In It without a salary. 1 shall,
therefore, hot be a candidate at the
1 have enjoyed tne worx in i"
mayor's office and have appiei lanu
the honor. It hue been a pleasure t'
watch the city grow: lo aee the old
conditions change; to know inai Albu
querque Is keeping up with tne pro
cession, and that the city Is honored
... .h. inH, ..trial mulis of tne coumr
with the significant red dot which
means "Uv town." It Is a aiitac
tlon to me to know mat m e.io..-
hve helped lo gel tne reu uot
Albuquerque. 1 know mat Ai"'i-'-
,mi la soma to keep rigni on mo.....
ahead and I will be found doing every
thing In my power a a cittxen to mm
end. t'ndcr different personal condi
tions I should b mlality glad lo set
another letm a mayor, but as thing'
are It I not possible lor me to run.
ni:i.i now opfn nu
M Y Ml M.I V ttl mo"
Mayor tellers' definite statement
that he will not accept a nominal""'
leaves the field wide open lor Hie two
political pa rues or for any other nom
inating bodies likely to taae me
wlih the election of 'Ity ottlcers ni
a month away. While the present
mayor has been considered a candi
date both parlies have been holding
hack, feeling certain that Mayor rcl-
lera would Oe either the candidate of
the Democrats or of a non-partisan
ticket. With hia elimination it U up
to someone to make a move tu munlc-
toul oolitic and tt make H soon.
I in tha Iiemocratc aide, where
there has been some opposition l
Mayor Hellers Irani within the lank
a number of candidates have been
susuesled. Councilman tieorgn t
H heer has been most frequently
mentioned of late
There are ntuny Itepunllcuns and
many Democrat who favor a non
partisan ticket In villi h the two par
lies can unlia ami member o( Hie
ltepublican city committeo and a few
member of the liemoiratlc comn.lt
tV haie signified tltut such a course
would be hltthly xalinfuctory to them.
Thus far, however, no definite steps
to that end have n taken.
On the Ilcpulili, an side frequent
mention has been made, of M. K.
Ill, key aa the ctmdidate for mayor,
with o. A. Mataon a the candidate
for treasurer and a number of men
who would like to run for clerk.
There ha been nothing to indicate
.thut Mi Hlckey desires or would
i onidcr a nomination. A number of
other prominent Republican are be
ing tulked of. ,inilmeni In Albu
querque hu little sympathy with par
tisan lines In Hi" municipal election
contest. The vote
vest pocket voten
man rather than for his political
principal, havlni; n Mew largely lo
Ins fitness for the posii-nn. There Is I
strong sentiment in tsvor of the lion-.
partisan ticket, or a ll-ptiriisan set of
candidates; but up to this afternoon,,
no definite steps have been taken. 1
There la quiet talk In the various;
wurda about the ulderinanlc candi
dates, but thus far lew active candi
date have appealed. However, the
next three days, It may be said with
confidence, will bring out some defin
ite moves in preparation tor nominations.
th i bulges f glslllu filed against
J J. Iluike of Hip ro r i ll mi ni con
linctlng force. I" iepie-nt Hmke.
J mine I'ollin. who formerly wa
I n 1 1 oil Mate magistrate In the a lull
Zone, ay he was convinced of
llnrke Inno. rn, e cf the charge be
fore he left Santa Fe and that he I
now aboliitciy auto he will be able
to prole hi llent had no connection
with Ihe all I'd peculation.
Judge Ci.lllin. returned to New York
with Colonel tioethal. He a that
the first ships will go through tho
canal In July and that from the day
uf opening the traffic through the
great waterway will be enormous.
Dom't Wait !
PERMISSION TO SUE IN
RIO GRANDE CASE
Ity leasnl V Ire lo I veiling llcrntd
Washington, March 3. Henator
Thomas Introduced a resolution today
to authorize Ci.lorad'i to sue the sec
retary of the Interior to revoke an
order which prohibited diversion of
water from the Itlo Hrnnde lo Colo
lioiin' Iteguleta are recommended
by many who say they operate easily
without griping and without bad af
ter erfceta. 2bc at all drug stores
Earnest A. Sweet, Studying
Climatic Conditions and Ad
vantages of Southweset for
U. S. Public Health Service.
Statistic and data of every sort
that are expected to shed light on the
question of Si.rliation In Interstate
travel and on the economic aspect uf
Ilea I th see king In the southwest nra
lc In a gathered In thl city by !r.
s are nearly all i Ernest A. Scct. of the I'liited fitttte
end vote for the I ,ui,i(. i,e:,lth service.
1 l)r. Pwcct is one ot Die expert aenl
' out by the government in consequence
I of complaint from cerium section
of the southwest that the lndig"iit
Grand Jury Begins Work To
day with Alleged Murder
Case as Most Important
Matter Before It.
packing, variety, price-
everything is in favor of
of Cost '
Entire stock of staple and
fancy dry goods must be
closed out in next thirty days.
Absolutely no reservations
every item in the store offered
at a sacrifice.
Sale Prices also Apply to
The Model Dry Goods Co.
THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY
healthseeker from other part of th
country were proving a burden on Ihe
soiilbaestern late, and that the de
mand on the charily resources of
those state had reached the propor
tion of a serious drain and a grava
Dr. Hweel ha called on Mayor Hel
ler, f'lty Clerk lloehl, and two or
three physician in thia rlly. lie will
remain here for several day, adding
to hi gtatiatlc.
Ono of the thing the government
I trying to find out I the proportion
of healths" ekers who reach the south,
west Indigent, and another la the ex
tent. If any, to which the traveling
healihaeeker endanger other travel
Hume time ago It wn announced
from Washington that the government
would Investigate the effect of cli
mate on tuberculoma. It 1 said (hat
there I at preaent no general authori
tative data on which to base conclus
ions respecting the exact extent tu
which climate will affect tuberculosa
SAYS TRAFFIC THRU
GUI WILL BE
DECLARES CHARGES !
AGAINST CLIENT FALSE
(elal Dlagateb bTealaar Herald If
tiunta Fe. X. M.. March S. Judge if
E. C. Abbott today sustained tho de- ! -
murrer to the indictments iignlnsl
Ueorge W. Armijo and Nathan Hal
nun, a prominent merchant here,
charging l he in with bribery in con
nection wlih the franchise uf the
Santa Fe Water and Light company
of Hants An opinion is expected
tu be handed down by the court to
day. The Indictment, It . ulged,
were brought largely us the result of
politlcul d. flU allies and the effect of
the couit'a tuliug I to dismiss the
Th Hantu Ke county grand Jury be
gan Its work at 10 o'clock thl morn
ing. The most Important case to
come before the jury la that of the
state against Miguel I'rriosie. Th
man la chuiKcd In the Information
with having i.iascd the death of his
four young ihildren. The alleged
murders were committed here last
Prominent Santa r'e Muu Married.
fJeoige Yclncy Howard, a well
known attoii.ev and associated with
i'oI. lieu. W. I'rlchard lit the practice
of taw here, wa married today to
Mr. Wood of Han Anionic, Texas.
Mr. Wood is a ister of Kra.cr. the
Socorro county man who was pun
ished for one of the famous gun bat
tle st Magil.ilena. Mr. Wood came
he's to plead with the governor f"i
a pardon for her brother, and met
Mr. Howard at thai time, ho being
retained In Ihe case.
AKE more and better coffee from a less amount
f coffee. The old recipe for coffee was a
heaping tablespoon for each cup and one lor the pot.
With an Electric Percolator you only need
rounding tablespoon for each cup and none for
pot. Como in between the first and the tenth
let us give you a cup made this way.
We also have a few steel spring iron holders which
will convert your electric iron into a serviceable elec
tric stove. Everyone payiug their bill by the tenth
will receive one free.
Santa Fe Attorney Back from
Zone Where He ii Retained
at Counsel for Burke Al
leged Grafting Official.
(taeelal Itisaalrbi KniUi Meraldl
rants Ke, N. M., March I. Judge
l.rin I'. Collin returned to Hunta re
today from the I'lmnnia canal tone,
where he was called hist month b)
ALBUQUERQUE GAS, ELECTRIC
LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY
PHONE 98. - 502 W. CENTRAL