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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1913.
PAGE FOUR SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN. WEWS SCHOOL NOTES. WE HAVE NO LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPI0N OF-THE-W0RLD NOW. TOM ANDREWS SAYS FREDDY WALSH OF CARDIFF IS CHAMPION OF GREAT BRITAIN AND AUSTRALIA, AND WILLIE RITCHIE IS CHAMPION OF THE UNITED STATES. By TOM S ! vBL it fm over I ft , .Wl V tMMWt'.-V-: II K ' -Kv.'- - rt'tilliift Vfriifif&i. m : v 3KafY."M II ar ev Is Willie Ritchie lightweight eliam pion of the world? Xot to niv wav of thinking. Tie is champion of America, I winning that title when he heat Ad WolgRst, November L'X, 1912, on a foul, at Daly City, Cal., in lti rounds. Freddy Welch is champion of Great ! Britain by virtue of his defeat of Matt Wells two weeks before Ritchie beat Wolgast. Welsh is also champion of Australia, because he defeated Cham-1 pion Hughie Mehegan in England, i Thus Welsh has two crowns ayainst Ritchie's one. out you're telling me," and "some ' peep." The presence on the stage of i Schmuke, was enough to keep the j audience in an uproar. Aside from the comedy which was I rich and clean, the other features of i the musical fiesta were excellent. The ! Daphne of Grace Kennisott, was a pic ture of charm and beauty aid she was a favorite with her audience from her 'first appearance to the close. . ' j Orellia Collijis was all that was ex ! pected of ner from the advance no Hices and looked as one might expect a countess to"look and was as fickle as countesses are supposed to be. Her singing and that of Grace Kennisott was the kind that gave delight. Worthy of further mention was the work of the duke, portrayed by How ard Marsh, an easy and pleasing actor, and the bachelor uncle Sir John Port man of George Winn, who had the financiers guessing from the first time he appeared to the moment when he caused consternation by his announce ment that he was a really truly bach elor. lien Macombre played Bertie with a 'rare grace that was a delight and was ;a most, agreeable figure in the dance? ,'in all of which he was a prominent par ticipant. His smile was of the kind It hat won't come off and was very en gaging. The chorus was gowned in the latest style and in the lights which j were well manipulated, showed to linr j advantage. Altogether the entertain ! ment was one that gave satisfaction jand the verdict was unanimously fav jorable to "The Rose Maid" and her associates. jWHITE SOX DEFEAT GIANTS IN TOKIO. Also Welsh decision Richie in a 20-round bout at los An-i geles, although it must be conceded i that Ritchie took that fight on one day's notice and could not prepare for a hard battle. Also Welsh's vic tory was not by a very great margin. Ritchie's long vacation, while on his theatrical tour, caused much talk, and he was being "panned" especially af ter the trouble over his match with Welsh in Vancouver, which was ad vertised "for the world's title." Willie silenced this criticism by his wonderful fight with I.each Cross. He proved he is not champion by chance, but a real lightweight boss and one the fans may be proud of. Ritchie defeated Cross at his own game slugging. And over the 10 round route Cross is one of the hard est men in the world to defeat. Now the critics accept Ritchie as a cham pion who can carry their money, al though they would prefer to see him in action more often over the route. Will Ritchie raise the lightweight limit to suit himself? We hear he will kick it to l"o pounds and judg ing from the weight for the Tommy Murphy fight 135 at 5 has started in. Packey Tokio, Dec. 6. The Chicago team of the American league and (lie New York team of the National league, ar rived four days late nt Yokohama to day, the Empress of Japan having en countered bad weather. Later in the day President Kikichi Kamada pitched the first ball in t'ie first match in Japan which was played at Keio University. This resulted as follows: Chicago 9 9 0 New York 4 8 2 (Contributed by Freshman.) One of the visitors to the high school this week was Harry Wilson of Chicago, who addressed the school and also gave some delightful readings, from his books. They included many good bints for boys and girls, and also some funny parodies on Maud Muller. The regular meeting of the Sympb zium was held on Thursday. - The in terest shown and work done in these meetings is certainly encouraging. I This was the program: I Piano solo Carl Winter iTalk on Mexico..,, : . .Prof. J. A. Wood Heading . i William Taschek victrola Selections. ! Debate "Resolved that electricity '.liould take the place of steam in the peration of railway trains." Affirmative: Edna Lutz, Beatrice jeligman and Henry Slaughter. Negative: Edward Cartwright, lalph Gibson and Fred Guttennan. There will be no practice in basket nail until after the Christmas recess, v, hen it is hoped to secure the armory ,c the basket ball games. We are all planning (o hear the lee td.e tonight in the Catron building. .Students neither absent nor tardy for the last attendance report are as follows: Kul Adine Carden, Ralph Gibson, Elsie Frank, Edward Cartwright, Isa Hernandez, Fred Glrard, Anna Kaune, Fugene Griffin, Frances Leeson, Fer dinand Koch, Edna Lutz, Virgil Likens, Katharyn Likens, Hansel Pflueger, Nellie Martinez, Alfred Rolls, Adella Muller, William Taschek, Ruth Moore, George Cartwright, Alameda Norment, Nellie Nusbaum, Bess Adine Owen, Esther Pollard, lrma Stephens, Ruth Stein, Anita Wientge, Helen Winter, R. R. Larkin of Las Vegas, visited our high school all day Tuesday. He seemed well pleased with the work we are doing. On request he sang for the school, the beautiful bass solo, "Davy Jones," which was the same he gave at the general session of the state teachers' association at Albu querque held last week. it invoked the customs consolidation I act of 1876. The only reason given 1 in the proclamation for taking the I step is the statement, "whereas, it Is j expedient that the importation into Ireland of arms and ammunition and J other goods hereinafter mentioned I should be prohibited, therefore," and ;the proclamation proceeds to specify ! all articles intended for or capable of I being used for military purposes as I being under the ban. It exempts, j however, arms and explosives design ed solely tor sporting or mine uses. Ulsterltes WiH Fight.;: Nottingham, England, Dec. 6. Sir l'!rlwrd I'iii'Rfin. in a uneech here to night, said that the Ulster volunteers j jwuo, a year ago uuinuereci i,uuu ! now aggregated 90,000. He added that they were perlectly determined and awaiting orders. PRESIDENT WILSON j RECOVERS FROM COLD. j Washington, D. C, Dec. 6. Presi- j dent Wilson's cold was much better j today. He dictated some letters at the executive offices and signed some J commissions, but saw no callers. En-; gagements were made for Monday as j usual. I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Santa Fe, N. M. Oct. 30, 1913. Notice is hereby -given that Cipriano Chavez, of Santa Fe, N. M., who, on Sept. 2d, 1908, made homestead entry No. 01315 for SE4 NW4, NE4 SW4, NW4 SE4, SW4 NE4, section 3, town ship 17 N range 9 E., N. M. P. Meri dian, has filed notice of intention to make five year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, be- j fore the register and receiver, U. 8. land office at Santa Fe, N. M., on the Dec. 9, 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: Placido Chavez, Emilio Delgado "Jelquiades Martinez, Juan Montcja Lopez, ail ot santa re, in. ju. i FRANCISCO DELGADO, Register ULTERITES ARE TO GIVE UP THEIR ARMS. Left to Right, Willie Ritchie, FredWelsh, Pal Brown. o'clock, but Willie served notice it i it at 133 ringside but now the bars are would have to be 135 ringside. again down and it looks like 135. Looking through the records, 1 ; This makes the. English scale look find that Jack McAuliffe insisted oi' . better than ever as a whole, and il 133 pounds ringside, but when he met W1 not be surprising to see an Ameri Jim Carney of England he insisted 'can union organized and adopting the on 113 pounds eight hours before the English weights. fight. He met Billy Myer at 135 ring- To be world's champion Ritchie side and Jimmy Carroll at 137. He , must defeat Welsh, who certainly has 20-round fuRnt Harry Gilmore at 133 and Myer, 'claim to recognition. the second time, at l i'.t. j Ritcliie is fighting Murphy for the George Lavigne, when champion 'title, but I believe there are three fought Dick liurge in England and the ;boys who can give him a better fight weight was IMS, but when the "Kid" : at 29 rounds. They are Jim Duffy, the met Erne it was at 133. It remained Buffalo lightweight; Pal Brown of o'clock he;at 133 except in the Erne-Gans scrap, Minnesota, now in Australia and Sam McFarland iwhen it. went to 136. Since then Nel- Rcbideau, the naval lightweight, now PROMINENT JAPANESE OPPOSES SUFFRAGE. Chicago, 111., Dec. 5. I. Smimidzu, former mayor of Tokio, Japan, and a member of Japanese imperial diet, ad dressed a conference of Sunday school workers here today in connection with the international Sunday school con vention to be held in Tokio in 1915. Dr. Smimidzu said that he was un alterably opposed to woman suffrage. Sawmill waste of Douglas fir, of which an enormous quatity is found in the western- forests,- is being used to make paper pulp by a mill at Marsl: field, Oregon. (Continued From Page One.) ed Kingdom- Third, Ulster must retain full pro tection of the imperial parliament. Fourth, the home rule bill must not be such as to lead to ultimate sepa ration of Ulster from Great Britain. Thus the government extends to the signers of the Ulster covenant the olive branch. The proclamation pro hibiting the importation of arms and ammunition into Ireland which King George signed at a meeting of the privy council Thursday and which was published in the Royal Gazette tonight, was milder than rumors had anticipated it would be. Instead of reviving the Irish crimes act, so odious to the old time home rulers, against whom it was directed, which prohibited the carrying of arms and gave drastic power of search for arms, Subscribe for the Santa r. Ne Mexican, the paper that boosts al the time and works for the upbuild Mie of our nw Stat PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS AT LAW. EDWARD P. DAVIEB, City Attorney. Capital City Bank Building, Rooms 17-18 Santa Fe, New Mexico Chai, F, Eaclcy, . Chas, H. Eailey EASLEY & EAJLF.Y, Attorneya-at aw, Practice In the CourU ana uelert Land Department. Land grant! and titles examlneA.' 3anta Fe, N, branch Office, Estav cla, N. M. wanted a match at 135 pounds at 3, son, Wolgast and Ritchie have neld ,in Philadelphia. 'h-,.V v t vv , y- l . I - tBtr-T" jas the philandering Captain Barley in and now as "Grumpy," In a play of j that name, one of his London success es. I As Barley whose attention to ladies jof all ages are characterized by him- 1 self as "too much haffability; no. 'arm," Maude was delightful. In : 'Grumpy" he is an octogenarian, drag ged into a mystery of crime against his will, and solving it in a manner pe culiarly his own. Maude's portrayal j of the querelous, keen-witted old man lis truly a great piece of work. ,- The same play is running simultan- j eously at four Yiddish theaters. Its (name is "Mendel Beilis." There are I four different versions, but of course' jthey are all pretty much alike in their j narration of the Rirssian real-life j drama. The houses are all doing big! (business. ! i Everybody who goes to see Roland 1 B. Molineaux's play, "The Man In-! side," enjoys the wonderful perform ance of John W. Cope as "Pop" Old, i drunkard, thief and beggar. Some j people doubtless thrill at the opium-j ! joint scene, with its dim lights, its i ,' carefully arranged off-stage noises, its j elaborately presented "atmosphere." THE FAMOUS ARTIST DISCOVERS A PERFECT AMERICAN BEAUTY. "AMERICAN WOMAN A TYPE BY HERSELF ALWAYS THE RESULT OF BLENDING RACES SHE HAS A DASH OF THE BEAUTY OF SEVERAL COUNTRIES" JULES PAGES. iMany auditors must be interested in ! ! Molineaux's plea for a "court of Re-j jhabiliation," his prison reform meas-1 ure. which he is allowed to set forth ' In detail and with voiciferation. ! But whether or not you care fori prison reform or for Belasco stagecraft you must get an evening's joy out of "Pop." You laugh with or at, the old scoundrel in his every twist and turn. The work of the others, good as Hie cast is, is the speaking of lines by actors. You constantly realize that they are actors, speaking lines in be half of a propaganda. But "Pop's" a i real Pop. and he's a treat. L1ANB CARRERA. New York, Dec. 5. People some- pack 'em in for some time to come times wonder where Oscar Hammer-Liane Carrera, daughter of Anna Held, stein makes all the money that he Liana is eighteen and beautiful, loses in grand opera ventures. jShe is said to look just as her mother There is a certain gold mine at the, did at her age. She will appear in a corner of Seventh avenue and 42nd i musical tabloid written for her by Irv street, New York, which supplies the ing Berlin, and will be assisted by answer to this question. The gold Hila Hon Caballos, an Important danc mine Is Hammerstein's Victoria thea-jer, and ten show girls. Among other ter. At present it is being run by; things, she will give an imitation of William Hammerstein, one of Oscar's ; her mother, singing "I Just Can't Make sons. The Hammerstein policy for the : My Eyes Behave." Victoria is "Get the sensations. No There are rumors that Mamma Held matter what they cost get 'em, and j3 geriously displeased over her daugh flll the house." ,ter's adoption of a stage career, but On that historic stage have appeared ,Liane denies them, the chorus girls who shot W. E. D. I Cyril Maude, the English star, after Stokes; Don. the talking dog, the 'getting away to a rather poor start in Wrestling Cheese; Evelyn Nesbitj"The Second In Command," has given Thaw and many other startling novel-; New York two splendid characteriza ties. Next week will mark the appear-1 tions In subsequent productions first ance of a headliner who will doubtless I W. W. Jacob's "Beauty and the Barge" THE ROSE MAID WAS ONE OF THE j SEASON'S EUENTSI Lively music, beautiful costumes. ' graceful dancing, rollicking humor, pretty gins, urunant ngnt enects, were what comprised the pleasure derived from the performance last evening of "The Rose Maid." The house was crowded and the laughter that greeted the performers was continuous, mingled with the en thusiastic applause which the singing and the dancing called forth. The verdict was all to the good as the audience filled out of the opera house at the fall of the curtain, and the smiles were still on the faces of all as they recalled the comedian. Lew Lederer, and his rich brogue, as he said: "If I am sea sick I'll do It with-, O. W. PRICHARD, Attorney and Counaeilor-at-Law. Practices In all the District Court! and gives special attention to caiei before the State Supreme Court. Office: Laughlin Bldg., Santa Fe, N. U DR. W. HUME BROWN, Dentist. Ov, Spitz Jewelry Stor. ... Rooms 2 and I. Phone Red 6. Office Hours I i. n, tl I And by Appointment T. F. TANNUS, M. D. Specialist for Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Hours: 9 to 12 a. hi., 2 to 4 p. m. Office: Capital City Bank Building. Santa Fe, N. M. What Are YOU Worth Front the Special Correspondence. Oakland, Cal., Dec. 6. 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