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THE EVENINO HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE. N. M., MONDAY. APRIL 6, 1914.
College Men Resent the
Attack on Sporting Spirit
Illy tlu AaDodatnl Prea.)
New York. April .That the rV
rent attack uiion college athletic.
In which II 1 charged (hat the aplrlt
nnil pnrtmanhli of Inter-varalty
competition la deteriorating. ti (
find general nil . port in evidenced liy
tlu many iirll. leu und lettcia appear
ing In the college press of I ho coun
try While It In iitlmsi Ifil thut I lu re
are Isolated caae which fiirn,ih
irrouml for mull contention, the opin
ion l t. or wlwl itilriK V expressed ihut
a iiimiiloroil In n broutl acnae I he tnn
lard anil Ideul of college aport ure
Jnitri Ihk every yenr.
Ir C. C. stroll. I, director of ulh
Ictl. lit Louisiana stute CnlvctslO.
In an Interesting review ur.d fnrwnat
of college -ithlelit. hold I hill till
almtluid of sport ami t ompetltioii In
the American college I ateadily Im
proving. Ho flora not eonlcntl 111" I
point, of tin' nlium-H charged Un not
(Hint but he point out 1 rm t each year
are the. elimination or Improvement
of the ronatttona a the spirit mill
undemanding of true college aport
munahlp apreada. Ir. Stroud amies
"V anak from many ycara of
practical experience when wis etulc
that the evil are lessening. For
merly theno. Influence. If known, were
In a tiieamirc tolerated. Moral In
fluence either could not apeak Wllh
uuihorily or were unheeded by the
niiiaa of student opinion if they did.
How different h It today? I venture
Unit there la no rourh or captain In
liny roll" He of thla land who could
continue to out iiixr decency and lhe
square deal, tf a lnglp man of hi
team made lavue of the whole student
Imdy. 1 have find personal experi
ence on the fculie of four dliferenl
liniversttle In widely acpumted ec
tlona of the I'immr), and absolutely
know that were thP issue iter made
nt any or these on any moral queation
that Immorality would have found nn
"It 1 1. Indeed, a prolilein. na tunny
liipn have found to their urrow, when
they have attempted nnxle h.nul.il to
rcvolullnnlxe conditions. 'f course.
.poLLi. nnil ulterior molltea often
enter Into the problem. over-X"iioiif
alumni anil well meaning frlemla may
endeavor to linn the sluiidatd of thp
atrcpt and (hp tnarkpt dn e, the dol
lur atnndard. baik Into thP college
llfp. It all ecin an Intermln.ilde
conflict, bo that It la natural to nk.
An lhlelle worth thp tirlep? Iiops
It profit u a to bp pvcrlaatiniily ha
raappd by thla hydra-hpa.'pd vll of
nur atuilonl Imdy politic? We anawpf
uiilipaitatlimly. 1'pa.' KwryihinK
worth whllp rpiilrea a atrugffle. Ath-
Icllea hitvp dlaplucpil many other pvlla
wp of thla icp know not or. Inter
rollpglntp alhletlia Inaplrp the larieat
Interest In int ra-coMeglule aporta, nnd
iherp la univeraul leatlmony today to
tha value of thp Intlpr In any pduca
"Thrre la nn arpnt dlfflenlly In
keeping uport rlean It la Ita own
end. and tinfiilrnppa la not aport for
nlihnr imrtv. Ilrput pxhlhltlona like
our 'nut hull ronlpata hnvp nn rnd
nutaldp thpmaelvea, end aomPllmpaj
thla pud levies nn itieat Ioiih Pie
nipaiia. Hoppful rolli-gp men hnvp
much rpaaon tu bellcvp that our In-,
tercollpKlalp nthletlra hip coming
hn k to at nnd for what lhcy firat
were the aport of gentlemen and!
played tinder a gpntleman a code of
honor. Willingly or tin willingly, the
men n tho big gamp play lalrer and
rondurt themaclvea morp gelillpmanly
than liefore. The alanilard la act.
Thla progrcafiea over tha land, und
glvea lorcp to pvcry well-dirpi tpd pf-
conaldered a lP"t of Hip relHtlvp merl'a
and field proappila lor thla ca'ii
t'omh Kenp Kli at 1 1. k auid reiepl
ly: "Thp iipw intercollegiate tilling r'
guiding pi. lata for lourih and fllUt
plai'pg puta a premium on even ine.ll
itp talent. If a t oat h i nn biiccpb
full ilevelop a acll lialain ed team of
third airing men. thev t an i n p I
wllh h team compoaed i hlelly ot a li w
atara. Thla met hod of raUng iotn:
ahoulit materially enhance I'fiivetoPV
pteatlgp In track clri lea for the com
"Taking the varloiia evetita aa unit.
Princeton la purl Ictilai ly atrmig i'n
ypHr In the middle rtlatamea. the pole
vault and the high Jump. Tin
.aprlnla. the ipiarter mile, tho haniin-i
'throw and thr broad Jump are, on
thp other ha .1. rather weak In Ih. t
few rnndtdalea are leportlng fur th.-c
8.' Able Allell. "Kor a feather
weight chiimpioti. Killii.ne l a Joko."
Inaamuch aa Johnny vnaked A lie the
laat lime they nut, we wonder whit
Ahe'a upiniun la of htmtt'ii.
i: " -m
All wild things are not
confined to the zoo. One
cften finds wild and
wooly patterns and mod
els jn clothes. You will
always find only the
abreast with the - hour
patterns and models in
Clothes. Honor us with
a visit and we'll show
Prices from $25 to $35.
Tha Live Clothier.
TKE aQTIXTAFT STOIS
Ad Wolgiint can't tight becauae of a
bad hand. Klghting haa this nui. h In
common with poker )ou need a go j I
hand to win if you can't are the
other fellow out.
The attitude of the fniverslty of
I'eniiayhaniu regarding the abolition
of the coat h from the aide llnea dur
ing the playing of Intctcollegiiite
gamea in reuecit.fi in nn piuioriai ''omit,UIIB
rne I'ennayivanian, wnicn in pari ia
"l'cnnay Ivatilii haa not ilei ided on
her poaiiuni at leitat none haa been
announced, but it ia tiuitp generully
undermood that the nihletlc author-
it lea are In favor of removing; the
tiiachea during the uvtual jilaying o'
"It la not n iiupkiIoii whi.h touchea
baaeliall alone. The other 'aport'.
particularly football, should b 1 1 on t -ed
In the game way. It ia a move
whi.h points inward an improved era
of Interi tillegl .te athli'lica -It prom
ises better and cleaner games It la
a step which takek away the idea thai
victory ia eei)tlimg. It ttll.in. n.ole
enjoyment for those In thp earne.
"lmttentl of wati hing a ouinber ot
inn. miles oil lilt 1'i.a.ii.K ii.'iu. m .
li ving to cany 0111 instnw lions, we
will see a numlter of Individual ph'-'-l
lug the game aa best they can. K o'h
one will be doing his own thinkirg:
each one will he playing hla ow-i
game. It w ill no loliKer be a eoi It at
between the leu ma ot two lntUu
tlona, the better one winiiini; "
Kd Konelchy. who slumped to .2 71
last year la due for a batting revival.
Ucng alretrhea In the ft. Uoula cli
mate are caliulaied to take the gin
ger out of the beat plajera In the bus
ineaa. I'tuler a I'lltabtirg bannei,
I Knncy ahi.uld i-cme uack to the .3'S')
HGiUKlG GHOST IS
II! CITY LOUKlfJG
FOR A FIGHT
Jeff Clarke is Anxious to Meet
Al Smaulding for Another
Set to. Mark Levy Think
ing About it.
Jeff Clarke of Joplnt, Mo., the
"Klghting I .host,'' l-t In town, and fa in
may see him In action. Ilia manager
lack tilbury, piloted the sturdy col
ored acrapper Into AUim-iie mil thla
moiiilng to aepk a mil. h tr him. Me
and Mark I-vy, imptvs-..rlo of tic
New Mexico Alltletie dull, will talH
over thinga thla afieinooii.
t'larke and .U lrfuriv came here
from Killer City, where Die KIlrhtlnK
(lliost rough! Al Striiiul.liiiK last Thuts
day night. II wrt given u draw oy
the referee end thu newspapers
I "Ienry said today ih.u hp wiia hon
estly convlncpd his man should lulve
been given Uie tit clsii.n, and he la
k.en for unother ni.itih with m.iul
ding, to be ataged here.
Clarke la a att-HIng lUhler, whose
record la too well kimnn to need
much reviewing. il'Iaiuy aay he la
Iho fastest ot the acruppera who per
form at 1ST. pounds.
Among the high Mxhia in the Oho!
flgtle cnreer are dectaiona over .lot
Jettnette and Luther M-Cartliv.
ol.eary, by the Way, was aHuociateU
wllh Hilly Mci'arnev In the manage
ment or the ill-fated .M'l'.irlhy when
killed III the naht with Arthur Pelky.
ALBUQUERQUE I DiJ: DjnilP I lUm III
PRINTERS' HONOR AWing UN I ioo f 1 1 1 h UN
THOMAS HUGHES x r IUUU L,,LU 1,1
A 1 1 ii'ni i i i- b
11 No J "I at
. 111 .
The tii. mli. is .
ty pogi aplnci. I un
regular ni'riitiK ytnt. rdav afternoon
pan! 11 II II. vile of esteem to ThomaB
1 1 im lies, lor li mi prealiielll of I he I
oil uninit, ana who recently retired in1
f iv-.r of j w. it.isi.eii. Aii.ii.iiMg tho Colorado Supreme Court Holes
... ...... ... a . . ... 1 1 .. I. .. f. a..
lll.-eillig ypsteiiiat, .11, ii.ikh.-, nur. . , - -
rormally inducting I he. new (.resident JJVCJI Ut XCttU BlRa
Into i.ltl.e. whs usto lushed when Mr.
Iluasell turned liumedl.ilely and. in
behalf of the union, presented "Tom"
with a beautiful gold watch aa a tnt-
bute of esteem ami in re. ngnlt ion il
his long service to the body ha Ua ! (Hi laarl Wlr to rrenlDg Herald.)
chief orllt er. The watch cnnialna tha! Kenver. t'olo.. Apin ti Tli
illihlrlil of the local union bealltlMllly
Bring Suit for Damages
Against the Company
engraved, and a small photograph of
Mra. Hughes placed in the front crys
tal. Mr. Ilugliea for ni.my years, ir
aim he began in "grow up' h n
bean active not only In the typogtaph
I. al union but In orgunlged labor cir
cles In AlbuiUeriue and ia cxtrem.'lv
popular with the boy a not only of It. a
own but of all crafts.
aon who ml 's on rallioul ..iH a'. l
la killed cannot aiun away ,h mli;f
of hla heirs to bring sun i.. c.,11... I
from the r .tilroitd tomii.ini ,o i:r (.
was I he ilei ImIoii i.i the slate a Iplemt
court today In a case nppeil ,) fi,.,n
'. I'aso counl.
t'.corxe T. Frederic Waa killeil w.nlc
rl.hng on a I'envar ami l;io 'Ir.ui.l.
rallr.Mi l tiiiin Mm liens . ,'i ;ht
ault to recover ilamagns. In t'n I ,w
REV. N. W. ALGER ::'.::,,ur.1 " :, r"" ' fu""" r "
.snnn . or r a an I- " '"". 1 aroiunt lino
lJOOtiS AWAX Al Kre.ler.c hail alanad lh pan, ilpr
RIFE OLD AGE ,,y 'vi ngiu . coii.m.
I The supreme conn held thai "t;..
u penal eltiluie prin I. link' a lion i l
Iteverend Nnthnn Willi Algc.'. , 1 1 '"' In tiise of tle.nh. he ... i!,t not
father of I r. K. J. Alger, and tine tf ign away the rlglita t.r his licit t
the best known minlsteia of i It" ' oiiet i. i ne lie. i.-mn .f Hi. ii.tir
died t court la reversed und the
If he gela hold of all the material
he haa been promised. Ilrla Lord, thu
old Athletic champ fielder, who
managing the Mobil PUb thia year,
will have a whale of a cluu. lie has
been promised men from the Ath
itlita. llostun llraves, Detroit Tigem
iiid 81. Louis lirt.wna.
Thla ia Uml'i tlrst whirl al the
nianagerial eti'l. He baa madv a nil
wllh the fans, the management anti
lhe player by the manner ill which
he haa gone about tne Job Every
body predicts a gucceaaftil debut a a
Joe Welling, who l hailed aa a
mlht7 promising ligiil weight,
until all muiilhs into one ol the most
gentlemanly "genfa f urnlahliiR '
tterka that ever wrapped a ill-cent
cravat around his linger or recom
mended a certain pajama because he
wore 'em himself, lie worked In a
Stale lreet atore in Chicago.
southwest for many years nasi.
yialerday at the family home, 1 H J mundetl.
"tiin vvaiier atreei. liner a long "..... i.w t . t
nea. aged till ears. Dentil wna d HXX I.HM. hM
to fompllcutliina nr i.l.ril to lulvntt K Iw III l WHIP
ed year Mr. Alger crime to Albu- Denver, April 6. - Cutler a rui n :
fiieriue In 1H2 from Vermont wliern 'he atate tiuptettie court today ih.
hp naa iicllvtlv etiaacied in Hie mm- ul,r ' "'ling i"r
Tick Growi Fat Feeding on
Juan Garcia - Latter Suffers
Exquisite Pain for Year tu
fore Seeking Relief
NEW HIGH MARK 111
Miirip ip pn
Welling waa earefully nuravd along
by hla manager, kepi uiltier rover un-
III ready lor the main event, aim
then B rung unexpectedly. He pin-
lered Halt llucatu tint ttly with U' -
The desire for new field to rou
tiner may lead to an Invasion of 111'
Hawaiian Islanda ht two '..litcjc lentils
during the timing utmiier. An In-
dependent lew in cnmiiciael of Harvard i feat and laaa In a :ii-rouiul
uiilveraiiy players la rt.iisi.lenng lhe Vernon arena lhe other nlghi.
trip und i lie winning nine In the un-.
nunl aerie between SC.iiford and Cal-I inp f the difference between
foinla unlveiBltie bat been formally i amirt and third, ay Cm le llugl.e
invited to play at Honolulu. The I Kullerton, la that It I "error" tor he
citation ha been extended by the, ahort at on and "June lngled through
Hmlth" for the third baeaman.
tlahu league, whl-h dealrea that Ih
ucifli' tonsl ii n Iv entity learn spend
at leust one month In the Hawaiian
Is la nils nt the expei.ee of the league
I ia nel.it 1 1 I very populur through-
ml the Hawaiian Island, i.nd a num
ber of organised team pluy the game
dining the major portion of the eai.
The tiahu league Is composed of Lie
more Important nine about liont
lulu. Tin organization is now t ou
st ructlng a ball park that will Com
pare favorably with llu.se in Ih1
country. The large grandaland w.ll
he completed for offlclul opening oil
tne occasion oi ine uirat game witni
the visiting team, ahould tho Invilu
tlon he accepted. I
that the island ball player provide)
w in thy competition for the best col-
legialr nine I apparent from IhJ
showing of the Haw aulan-Chlneae
nine during the past and prernt In
vasions ot the I'nited r tales. This
team will not bo in the Island dur
ing the coming aeason, as It schedule I
wllh eastern universale In this coiin-I
try extend through tho summer,
months, but team of like culiber will
Ih met in ih' Honolulu aeriea by the
ltaby riyme la said to be allowing up
o well nt second that he now , ex
ptifled to make the I'hilly fan tt.rgil
Olio K na be.
Owner Tuft a he hasn't found
anyi ne willing to pay hi price ror
tho Cub... Might offer the club to a
guy named Uiimnrc.
King of Local Pinner
Smashes his way to Premier
Palace Again After Week
lck I'ltlladlno was out or the local
Hull of Kamu us the record-holder
among the bowler fur only a wee.
He went after Tony Mnielll mark
test, day mirrni ut the Drummer
alley, und missed li with a total ol
;9 pin. About a week before ..c
111 had li sled premier honors from
I'a i hid I no. hatigli ji up a high m arK
ut ?H0 In ft niHt$i Kume. '
In hi retold game I'allii'lino tiin
ed with a apnre and followftl with
Jen straight all Ikes. On lhe la' ball
hp got nine pin.
That wa his tlrat game for the nf
lernoon. In the next he rolled III
and In the third l'i. a total of 71
for the three game. Thut w a the fat
average of IM 1-3.
Istry of the LaptlHi t hur h. and while
h held no charge In AlburuertUe,
fre.uenilv otiuined the pulpil of the
llapllat and other churches here, and
Waa acllvu in all cluin II worg.
Mr. Alger was born In Fnion, Jti
hoc province, Canada, In January
HSL the sou of Kno Alger of Alter-
bury, Muss., and ihiirlolte Itnldwin
Alger ol Hi Iditeport, Conn. He w n
married to Mary Kren. li in November
ilia, celebrating bis golden weddinit
anniversmy here In I91U. He Is sur
vived by four chlblreii: Dr. Algr
f A!bUiiier.iie. John I.. Alger al
I'rov Itlen. e, Uhoiie Island, Mrs tleorun
W. Hlubhs of Albuiiieriiie and Mrs.
Unite Kinney, wife of a well known
loimer Albuiueriie minister, now or
Topeka, Kansas. A daughter. Mrs. l:
A. rieltl, died in thla city March 2 iat.
He I nln aurvlted by three graii'l-
sona. a risier, .Mrs. Mieirui ot i'mis-
huig. I'etina., and a brother. Jeb"
Alger, t.f thia city.
The funeral aervlce wire hebl tiuv
afternoon al :i o'clock at the lioiiic
I. '4 South Waller street, the lie v. I".
W Longfellow, of the llaptict church
nhViatmg. Interment wa In Klr-
vlew cemetery. I'all bearera were K.
K Hnolh, J A. Haminoml, Hora. e
Htr.mg. U '. Antleraon, II f. I ti K
ard und o. A. Malaon.
t use 111
lne-;hirtl intereai in the eai ite of Ih
late Andrew .1. Mai key . sem I. a I,
to the dlsirlct court ot II. ml. I. t coun
ty for trial. Suit was Prolixin in I
la demurrer filetl whwh the lov.ii
j court siiatiiined.
I'.y lis ruling the aupreino couit
J overrule the deiniirrer and order the
'trial to proceed. The one-llilrd of
the catatcr It is est imaleil, amoiMit''
to approximately $ 1 Mi.ihiii.
May ('Ids learned later the death
of Ma. key that she w a not lit
daughter. Iter complaint stale that
.-he was II'. mil May Hr.nllord and
that wh'-n a small child hi r mother
enteietl Into a contract with the
MaiketM to ralite her aa their own
j duiiKhtf t until abe w tta TX yeara oli',
tt n n ine pro iHion inai ane wouni
reeeivi. ..nt-half of tloir estate at
Iheir death She ciOiI.-ii.Ih Unit the
Mackeys took her to lloiilder. where
tliev sent her thrc'tgh the schools a
th'lr tlaughter. At the age of 2."
slle bt.e.tllie Mra. I i.Ina mill Slll.se
tiuent to Mat-key death, learned for
the Ural time that all"' wan not hi
daughter. Later she claims to have
ihacnvf red h"r enntract between the
Muckey ami her mother.
Juan iliiitla, who lives en Vorih
Fourth atreei, . ..ni.laincd to hi son
lhe other day Ihiv he wa losing his
Ion ring, lhe a.iti told thp old 111 in
to see a ilotlor, and Juan called oil
lr William T SalmnM, the ear i..'
lalist. The doetiir peeled In the ear Jn an
ompl. lined of, aitw aonielhing that
looked us If It dl.ln'l belong (here, put
In a pair of twet-xer- utid ormiRhl to
light a big tit k, uhve and kicking
t la Ida u Rome'blnij hn dltln t
know what -Blurted annottng him In
lhe ear about a year ago. It la pretty
eel lain that "something" wa the
la H. Il Uiin lltp limes lb,, sliu .f
.n iirdni.tr tick and ai.lermainc ia
khai'e, 1 1 1 ' 1 1 . .i 1 1 ti k that It bail fell w "il
at Juan rxpeliae. It wa bit a. hen
nhile, un indication of the langlh if
time It hud remained In the old main
Tim old man tr wa In n inidiy
lifrpase.l ci.iidition. one of the ex-
riiortltmiry feature of the ease is no.
fait that lhe old man Blood the pres
ence of the tick as long a he d,
Tile eardrum I ver t naitive even
When ma liillani. il. olid tile kit king r
the tick, especially In the lirtt stag's
of Us tenancy, when it was Inelx aid
skllllsh, wa a tiling t ab-nl.-iletl to
cause Huron ex.iilslte agony. He ail-
mils thai it "bothered" him.
GETS TEN YEARS FOR
MURDER OF GIRL
I'uiH-ral of Jucnli llmwr.
Funeral aervlce for J.icoh llouer
who tiled last Saiurdny morning, were!
held al 2-3H o'clock yesterday
noon nt Strong lliotheia clinpei
Itev. K.lunr.i IV St hueler, pastor I
Ht. I'ltul'a Knglish Lutheran ihuMi,
olllclaled. lluliul waa In Kalrvlt-w
Jimmy Kheckard. manager of the
Cleveland American nasoclatlon team,
hn forbidden any of the player m
. !lep ltiltle of a "niovie' emporium
"Shei'k" declarea there la not mug in n
Injure a pluyer' balling eye un)
more Ihun watching motion picture
He auya if a player a item pled to hit a
rtrat bull Just after taking hi rye on
the acrecn the pill would hob in every
direction and he would ml It a
C. II. Thoma. the Cub' new presi
dent, waa head uher In a New Y,tg
theater twelve year ago.
Hay Chapman of the Nap, who
broke hi ankle recently, cannot pla
rrofe...r llr ln, chairman of tha ball for at leuai two nionlh. oteon
llarv..t,l All.l.ai.. u.lll, lo hi ia Hllllia the lob and the vet I S.1IU
annual r.-p.jit, louche on the m- to be performing wllh much cta
proved Hiniude of Hurvurd und lule
iuier-varsity athletic a follow;
'Not the leant Important thing in
Hurvurd athletic ot late year hn
been ateutlily Int reusing IriendHne i
and confidence of the relation be
tweeii Harvard and Vale. Year ago
Ihia relation waa lreu.ufully d.stuil.e-j
by uspieoii which were' often loo
nearly wairantable, ami for which
eat b college wu no doubl III part re
apousible. To fX. I that tvery pluy
er In every i'oiit,.it will alwuys do
exactly light low aid hi opponent
to expect aonitviiiiig a little beyond
human nature: but in general It nuiy
be Maid I ha I the gatnea between Har
vard and Yale are now among tha
friendliest and t l-uncM. ua they hnvs
long been the iiiim.1 inlensc. of tol
lege gullies, and thai the negol lalion"
between Harvard and Yale about
thelil are among the moat ugreeahlo
negotlHtiona of the cullcgv )eur."
Illg Jim Vaughn will be caught l
Jlfnmy Archer ihl year and he ex
pect to be the Cub' Blur aoiithpaw.
Hal Chaae, In apHe 'if lhe long
wlnter'a real, walk with a limp. Tha
ankle which Wa gplainetl lust el
I atlll weuk.
IUlt Ktl Walsh, who I wiih the
While Ht.x, aay thai If hi urtn ran
not lund the airaln thl apring
GASH FOR HOMERS !
Ml I'rntlciicla Larcla.
Mis I'liidencia Oacla. iiged 14
year, diet lasl niglil al tier noun.
I'iim Weal Cromwell avenue, ut 7:Sl
o'clock, after a brief Illness wllh ty
hold foyer. Ducansed came hera
from rUin Juan. Arlrona. six nionina
igo to take advantage of lhe Aibli-
tiieriiie choola. Iler pn'-nta were
wllh her al lhe end The funeral
will take place tomorrow morning
3H from the Crollot chapel. Th
remain will then lie aeni to ine Ari
zona home tor interment.
(Ily I .cased Wire t I'vi'nliig Iiernltl.1
I'lleblo. Colo., Apriu li Jllllic
William, convicted slayer of Alberta
after- I cterf dug three years ago last Heptem
r,o Per. wu aelltencetl lotiay in wru
from ten to twelve year ill tne pen-
I to nt ry at Canon City.
I Judge Lix.-r In the dmtrti-1 court
ilinposetl the sentence, urter overrtil-
ling a motion ror a new Irlul.
j William was convicted by n Jury
'or at ml dt gep murder. The hoot
ing occurred after a iiuarrcl between
.Williams ii nd Albert Herfling. father
(of Hie m -dered girl. Herfling wa
it ailed in .. e door of hla home hv
.William, who fired a fusillade
allot, one of tip- hull. -Is struck the
'child in the Htoinach and killed cor
t MRS. CORNWALLIS WEST
GET3 ABSOLUTE DIVORCE,
WEST WEDS ACTRESS
Rouses Spectators to Prom
ise Two-Bits for Circuit
SANTA FE ISSUES
fit Leased Wire tu Evening nerald.1
la.mlon. A i. rll - The decree of
divorce grunted to Mrs. lleorge Corn
Mil Mis Wpat. formerly lauly llundolph
t hurt lull, and u daughter of the late
Special Services in I
Albuquerque Churches I
For Holy Week, i
si. John's liun li.
Tuesday. Wetln.Htla.. and Thuratlay
tt i li. m.. litany and address on
ilootl Stepa of Jesus In Holy Week.'"
Thursday Holy communion at 7
and HI a. in., pcnilenii.il oil li e und
address, 7.311 p. in., aubjeel "The
tloi.il Friday Morning program
Ml a. m . passion aervlce, 12 m. In :t
p. in. The piiasion aervce will be con
ducted by the Itt. Ite II. W. Ilow-
len. D D. rptliteiltiul ol flee und
oieditutlon on I hi1 state of condition
f lhe dead.
Haturday S to n:3ll p. til. udmlll-
Istration of holy bapiism.
I ougrcgatitmal (iiureli.
There will be a special sen lee 111
the Congregational church this week
each evening ut 7.311 o'. lock, except
evening. The meet lug
tiul of lhe last week of
Following U the key
ulsti the speaker for tha
-Cjueallonlng, liev. A. C
will be a
Jesus' 1 1 ft
et ei, mg;
Monday Indignation. Itev
Toot ha ker.
i Ilia I'. Leed.
Fld.i Sacrifice, Lev Smith
Mr. J. II.
The Postal Mesfenger acuared the
Benson' nccoui.i Willi the Supli
more yeateitl.y, wliining u I -gbt
game by the a-ore of 1.' to II. Tbf
game wusn't won mull the ninth in
nlng when a Int drove in the win.'ting
lallet. Kii.-b nine haa won a game.
Alliulliril and I'.aca Were tile I. Ill
lery lor the wiilner. Metia. Ksi
iioku and Sickt it were the build y lor
the Sophoinoi . a. l he name
Pl,ied on the 1 eld ut Uoltl anil Sixth,
tielorn a large rowd of apet l..t"i s.
Knthiisiasui among the luier ran
so bikb a'. -I..1-". alagcs that ..ri'eis ' f
J. M. Connell, general passenger
Hgent of the Santa Fe at Topeka na
sent out advance ci.ple of two beau
tiful new folder, one devoted to Iho
San Frant laco und the other to thu;
an Diego exposition, which reached
AlliutUertUe yesleidav. The san
FranclBco folder allow e train
stretched ncro the map from hl-
ug to 8 in Fr.inciaco and cairle aev-
erul Iieiiulifut pitiurts oi ahhi'iu'i-
iiie. The loltler are n imt-u. I ly han-i-
ome example ol all priiuin.
f N'rw York, was
b the divorce coin I
oilalte perlotl haying
the flit decree. The
desertion and uiiacoii-
todiiy, the r
Mra Cornwnllla West will In iuture
be known as Lidv Uandolph Church
ill. A few hotiis ai'.-r ine divorce
hail been pronoiinie.i ahf.oiiit.. ileoige
I'ornw alii Wesi null l.-d Mm. Puirtcg
Cmniilitdl, lhe KiikIi-"Ii a' irei.
Wise Joe Wood and Charley War
ner on lhe hoapiia! list the Ited ScX
may tlnd the going
hi.ro when the
champi'nhip race opt na.
Wllhert Uoblnon a.tya there will
b a big linprovenieiit in the DmU
rr' hasp running. He haa devoted
much time to thl department "I i""
Hugh Jenning will tarty a big stall
of pitcher, Dans, public. Hall, Hhrp
herd, Cavel, Covuleskie.
Kchulg, Mama, ltenolda,
The Invasion of the eat by the
CulvelBlly of Mlt bigan football team
for the Internet-lloniil game nl.'.i liar-1
iiiltl gl Cumhllilge on Ot tuber 31 Will
I niark"d by aolti Uliusuul feature
In the way of w theme and entertain
ment. I'lan are already being colt
ulered by both the Hurv.id am. lent
body and the I'nlversiiy of Miclngaii
alumni living In New Fngland
make the trip a memorable one. A
permanent organixullon haa ber-i
tormed by thu Michigan alumni to
assist the Ann Arbor atuad In every
way posaibla during Ita alay In the
eaal. Thia ataiutlon haa been a
aured of heurty co-operuilon by thu
Harvard foolhull authurlile and the
vurlotia Cuinbridga atudent bodie
It la probable that tha Michigan play,
of tha rnaiern and weateru foutJall
play and couching.
In dtacuaaing the Princeton track
.ra will apend aeveral day prevloii
to tha game at irmny coiieae, imo- , .
ford, preparing (or what U genurull inC DeS. rCJUill.
The Chicago .White Hog miniated
thut ihev have tlil7.0ail worth of
cripple on hand. Those out of the
running are, Kd Walh. Itay Kthl.
Iirrv Channel!. Ited Kuhn, and Silk
N't.tiody i title.
Just re.-eittil a big shipment of the
pi pnl.ir Man Join .mo 1itno
I'liinp. Conn and see Hi. in. C.May
Shoe Store. .Ill West Cetiiial a uii'i
CRIMINAL DOCKET TO
BE CALLED THURSDAY
The criminal docket in the district
nut will be called next Tlltad.IV.
The l.st ol cases la not long und none
of ihein of much llllt-real lo lhe
FAMOUS HEAD OF
W. C. T. U. DIES
IN PORTLAND TODAY
will be good music at tha
Miss lloliiniulHt will have
charge of Hie music Tuesday evening.
Mra. Lalph Harion will sing Wedne.
day evening. Mis fruit will almr
Thursday evenng ami Mr. Cloultl
All those who do not lime obll
KKtion al their own church' ure
moai cordially Invited.
YESTERDAY GOOD DAY
FOR SUNDAY SCHOOLS
Yeierday waa n gmal day for lh
ll.uiiit'r.iii. Sun.lnv aehoo's. with a.
gain ol !i III iitn iidance over that of
the pleteding Ma l.l.ut h. Tile atlelld
.illce bt thlltihes waa aB follows:
I .Methoillt 51'
Cplseopa lla u
reshyt.'i la ii . ,
'(..lit and llroatlw ay
Illy lin-M-tl Wire m r.'nliu Herald. 1
CRIMES IN ST. LOUIS
ARE DOUBLED WHEN
VICE ZONE IS SHUT
iTelegi ini fi.ou St l.oui lo 'be Den
ver I'oal of Wednesday. All 1 1 1 si. I
St Loul. Acril I .- l 'I lines liuallltl
women have iiicreaaed ulinost I'm pel
cent in si. I . 'lis si i. e the board ol
i.oin p eoin inn- iioner n month ago
uboliahed the -egregaled vl' e iU.trlt
Mince the rtsorta on Lu a aventit
were closed, complaint hate lo t n
ti-ming In lioiii all pulls ol lhe city
thai Hie former Inmuie of the rre
nui.d oiiaiter are invading the real-
.1. in e und l.ii lit pull of town.
I'ollce liivt -ilgalioii ha dis I used
thai nianv w. alien are now active III
manicuring and niuaaugtt pari.
Will Wrestle Corner Second
and Central Avenue. He s
Me.. Apr I
. v oim.l. s
Fol'l 11, I.
1. nn, .n
of a Na
t III tl Ten pel . III. 'Oil. tiled
here tod. i . . .-lie h id be. n ill '"I
ct.r.tl weeks wiih knlo- n-.i
Mi s. Stevens w.i.1 informed a
lew bouts la-lore her death tt
Se.lelil) llanlels' older balling
al, nolle ,.,I ll.oo the I; ill
' 1 1 Is splelid.lt." pile t
. I lime. I. "II Im alioth.-I slei l"l -
wai.i to.tai.l national pi ..hii't ion
for V illcll we lire so eili ncl!v
stl it lug."
Her lull Wol .Is to thofe oUtM.le
her home nil.-
lite my love to all While
llll.tioii liiciuls in the stale, tip
nation and the world"
Il Will help to ilit I.I.- who will gel
CRIMES IN ST. LOUIS
ARE DOUBLED WHEN
VICE ZONE IS SHUT
When yuu are a woman with
muddy or aalluw complexion and dull
eye you may know that her liver i
l ut of order. A lew doat of Ch.im
berlulll Tablet will col reel It an i
make her look better and feel bell.
For awle uy all druggist.
-,,4 :i' ,y, -j )in
Tha HERALD Want Ads get
I lust MM sour lobaar e cla-
S atpb vl unnisina msas It tmmw I Mtart j
ual . u esaiMi aa.
MNt lll (Kill. CO.
10! K. gilt M.
thrown down at tomorrow a eleition
J.din llrown haa pulled off In fumr ol
Keller. Wb? Ilei-.iuae Hod lovvJ ;
I booster The proof of the pudding.
I lhe eating. tiive u Seller. I",
mil kill the hen Inat lay the golden (
egg. One old cilixen wa heard to
say: "Mr llouirnihl, I have known
for twenty -Ihiee yens. He i as goou polico t-timiniAsioiit -'s a iiioiuu a"'1
a friend ii I have but 1 nut titled for ' abolished lhe aegregated vi- e nuarter
..i aii... 1 1 1 vp ... St l-I hilice lhe resort on Lu. u avenue
lets. Ask J Sum the atory about the,
Indiana poll' plan who aaid lhe Lord
hu dialled him to preach. He found
out afterward he hud heard the wrong
noise. It' ua diftlctill for a preacher
politician to enter hcuien i; a camel
to puna Ihiouyh the r of a needle.
hi i a I
i pi u-l
..lie u . ek ago
i-li ii i ch s I. -y i
L.tr treat gal
. . . . is-
, . . . 7
, . . . I -ir.fi
i am: n i iimi:
Just as hcsirv o
f lbmtn'rtiio remde
(Telegram from SI. Loul to lhe Den
r I'oal of Wednesday. Apnl 11.)
Ht. Loul, Apnl 1- Crime again'
Women have loci cased almost lmi pet
eetit in St. Loul n -e the hoard id
wero closed, complaint have been
i., mini lu In. in nli part of the ilty
that the I. inner inmates of ilie egre
gated quarter nr invading lhe rei
deltt e unit Inisllli k pal l of owu.
I'oiici. Inte-lmalloll hn tils, losrtl
that nianv women ure no uclin ill
manicuring und maaauge parlor. Ady,
Walling doesn't pay.
If p,u iit-gl-'ct ki.liiuy ba
liinaiy troiihle open li
1'ioaii Ki'li.ty I' ll uie ioi kidney
lui.k.ubf. und lor oilier kidney ills.
A I i.ii'i ut-ru uti clliautia eudoisp tnem
Mr, i; I't.uriieliu, 4 ti 1 Sou h Uruad
wa., AII'iPHier-iiit'. N. M, iy "I
Icne ic uiiimend. d Dotin Ki.ln. y
I'll! to many ..t my fn. ti.l und .n -luainl
in, .- and they have learned id
their value Like lli.n.-lt, llley all
Hunk highlv of Ihein. ptni year
jiu I ua.-il three boxt of I'n.iii li l i -lay
li 1 und wa cured of pain in
my buck that bad troubled nut for
many )e.i. 1 wa ulo riiimtd of
rheumatic pain und I havn never
been bothered to any extent sin, e. I
Hold Just as hiKh mi .pinion of i loan it
Kitlnt y litla now a I did w ht n I
puhllciy re 'Ointiiendetl them aome
year ago. I haell t needed ollv kol
lley in. tli.iiie ince. I a in certainly
i..teful for tha cure Loan Kamicy
liil mad." J"
For ule by nil deler. I'rlt e 5 0
cent. Foster-M ilhiti n Co, lluffklo,
New York aula agent for the I n.i.d
Ilt-niembpr the name Doati and
lake no other.