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THE XLBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL SUNDAY. MAY 9. 1909.
Racing ' iO TH) (T TD) VmP Boxing Baseball bJ)lT aVwlJc:, II aEU) Athletics ; KflShnfll Lffir... ...... -J-r", i : ;D . Iitfl uftr Unto III IULUI llL- ' Louis 101 2 00 U04- S 9 0 Hatteries w mm m m i - " - , , now tii ky stand. HlilUll I UO. Won. Lost. P. C j Pillshtirff 1:1 " "r''1 Philadelphia i Hostoll 10 7 .ii , Chlcajiii 12 ' .71 J Cincinnati 1" 13 4:!.'. j Prookhn T 10 .41?! w York 'J m .375 I SI Louis " 1 'Mi ! AilK'I'icHII I.eajine. Won. Lost. ,.14 .". .11 7 .10 x . . X s C. Detroit .... Ni w York . l'.OStOll . . . . . Philadelphia Chlcasn . . . Cleveland . . WaibiiiKton . SI, Louis . . . 3 7 6111 .."SB .foiO S 1 3 i .-94; , . s , . s , . 5 !l ll 1 1 12 Western l.-!lll Won. Lost. PC .suo .00 ,R1,", 4tl0 .3S.1 Wichita 1 i.iiver . . Topeka . . I "neb In . . . J le.S M ojll IIMKllia . . Lincoln . . S.onx City VVIIKltF. TIIKV PLAY TOD.VV. National League. Pittsburg at Cincinnati. Cliliago at St. Louis. America n I'iikiu-. lietroit at St. Louis. Western League. His Moines at Wichita. Omaha ut Topeka. Lincoln at Denver. Sioux City at Pueblo. NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia H, Itiooklyii 2. Brooklyn, May X. A three-cornered fifiht between Lenox of P.rnoklyn on one side anil Oleason am! Knabe of Philadelphia on the other nearly laused a riot at the Kami- between prooklyn and Philadelphia today. In tli filth. Knabe, going to third on Titus' single, spiked Lennox, al though he appeared to have plenty of room to pass the Prooklyn man. Len nox resented the act by striking Knabo on the jaw. Knabe hit back and the two clinched. (leason, who was on the coaching line, Jumped In, hut be fore the fight beeamo general, cooler pla.vrs separated the combatants. All three were ordered out of the ame. As flleason walked to the bench a spectator in one of the boxes threw a paper wad and a pop bottle at him. A special policeman who started to a i rest the player's assailant was inter lerred with by the spectators hile most of the crowd of 12,000 rushed on the field. Put íí swarm of policemen and detectives who were outside the grounds rushed in at this point and iiielled the disturbers. The game then proi ceded ipiietly. Philadelphia winning S to 2. batting Seanlon Kreely. Deninger, who re placed Knahc, broke a finger on th first hall pitched and also retired. Score Philadelphia Prooklyn . . Moran and mid P.ergen. it. ii i:. 00 110 X 13 1 o 1 1 0002 s r. Sea ulon. Wilhelin . ..211 . . 000 Dooln Chicago . iilclnnali a. Cliicago, .May 8. -Cbictigo made It four straight from Cincinnati today. Score It. H. ,;. Chieagi 002 100 111 ti ft S Cincinnati 000 300 OOO í! H 3 Hatteries: lieulhac-li, Hlgg inhothani. I'roHn ami Moran; ltowan, (lasper and McLean. Iloston 2, New York 1. P-oston, Muy 8. líoston defeated .New York In the fourth pitchers' bat- ne or the current s-rios 2 to 1 lodaj'. Score by scorn of II. E. .New York . ... 01 0 000 Liiston 01 000 Hatteries: Ames and tern and llowerinan. 000 II 1 o Schl I; Mat- Sl. Louis H, I'lll-bnrg 0. I'ittsburg, May 8 St. Louis broke Hie winning streak of Pittsburg here ATTENTION! MR. "ct" touno veil will lie proud f"- of it. I Y" YOUNG say: " Tt's the Greatest ever I I :e it more than any other magazine I read." I I RISTY MATHEWSOX writes us: I A I reading the Baseball Magazme every jL'(" f CY 1 prize TIÍRISTY eno' thonth more than any other publication and am Riacl that it I it so well deserves,' achieving the Send in Your Subscription BASEBALL MAGAZINE COMPANY BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS I today when they shut I by a score of S to 0. Score U. i Pittsburg ono oon Ooo o St. Louis 101 200 U04 -X Hatteries: Adams. Plumión, dole. Powell find Oibsnn; Lush nrcsniihnn. AMERICAN LEAGUE. lioslim II. i'M Vol I. I. Vol k. MaV S. llo.ston bunched hits on Quinn in tlie fourth to. ami thereby, with the assistance ilay of Knotiht's errors anil two bases on balls, scored six runs, dcfoatinii Xeiv York fi to 4. Scort 1 11. i: ft i o : a nd inow Huston OuO H 0 Ooo i; -New York 210 00 1 ooo--4 Hatt.-iics: Morgan. Steele Speiuer: ijulnn. Wurhop and Kb Philadelphia I. Washington 0. Philadelphia, ; May X. -Philadelphia made it three straight victories, over Washington by winning today's name. Vilsllill.toO tO-i.l.. f.,1,' ...!,., T.MeU Si ore It. H. K. Philadelphia . .Ooo 000 10 1 ñ 0 Washington ...000 OOil 0000 5 0 Patterns: Kranse and Thomas. Burns, Hushes, Smith and Street. j Cleveland H. Cleveland. May i made It three out of Ipo today, defeating l4 " Score 'Cleveland l'OO 'Chicago 010 Chicago I. s. Cleveland four from Chlcu- tb.' latter s to IL If K. :jo io x 12 2 an 1004 I PatUries: lihoados, ; Clarke: Owens. Smith Liebhardt anil and Sullivan. WESTERN LEAGUE Denver .'I, Lincoln t). Denver, .May H. Denver took the first grame of the series with Lincoln today by the score of 2 to 0. Seor 1Í. 11 TO. Denver 110 ooo oio :i i; o Lincoln ooo Ooo oon o ,-, : PiUtcrics: (illlen and Zalusky; Jones and Sullivan. lies Moines II, V iclillil 1. Wichita, May X.- Des Moines out batted Wichita today and won 11 to 1 Score p. . Ji. Des Moines . .OI'.O 200 :00 Wichita loo ono iiiio-- Hatteries: Miller and It Clarke, Wistcott and Weave 11 II -1 4 k Inger; COLLEGE BASEBALL At Prine At T'biladelphii eton 2 Des Moines- I erins lvapia 4. -Drake 4, Orlnnell At New Haven Yale 2. Andover 1. At Worehester Holy Cross 1. Har vard 8. At Princeton Princeton Fresh men 11. Washington ( D. C. ) All Scholastic 1. At Hanover Dartmouth 7. Trin ity At Amherst 2, Massachusetts Agri ( n 1 1 ii in i 1 At I thlca Pnrnel! 5. Cnrlysle 0. At M inneapolis M inneapolis ti, Ne braska At Syracuse Columbia Syractisi At Providence 1m fayetti lirown At West "oint 4(11 Point Vir; innings. I West AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. At Mihvauk -Milwaukee- 0. In diana polls 1. At Minneapolis Minneap-.lis 1 lorio i. To At St. Paul bus 2. -St. Paul 4. Cohim- At Kansas City Louisville 1. Kansas City 0 COAST LEAGUE. Sacramento i. Los Angeles Los Angeles, May 8. Sacramento w-on a close game here today Score - XaOH Angeles Sacramento Hatteries: Hosp and Koss; and ("5 l a ha m. K. H. K. .2 12 1 . : 11 lirown Oal. la ml Fra nci.sco i l iiifil I. .May 8 (laklund BASEBALL FAN Let Us Introduce You to The Baseball Magazine We know r-f no better way this remarkable offer: than S month' trial sub-c-ripiioa ... Watcb Fob . . . Total .... ) Alitor 40c 41 Sc 60- 5e Send Coin c-f stamps. Do It Today, a the supply is limited. This Walt li Fob is made oí Orniolu Gold with Gold-plated Buckle and a Kuet Leather n o Strap. We know success Now Hatteries: Adams. nriindon. Mad- kid; Nelson H. ti i I u Kin-1 111 eckenridge and Lewis. San I'I'iiiii-Imni II l'oilliiml 2. Portland. May took today's game X. San Francisco from Portland by 1!. II. P. 3 4 1 2 9 .1 a score of Ü to 1' ' Score San Francisco Portland Willis a tut Williams Fournier. t ii ft t and Itaclog Ml Churchill Downs. Louisville, K.V.. May X.- Six races, were run at Chuchlll Downs this iif-l ternoon and In each event the track i record was broken, which established j a world's record, as a similar per- formalice never briol occurred on , any race track. The most notable record shattered ! was in the last I'Hce, w hen P.'ellev iew ran anille it ml a quarter in ;':0tl l-ii., which is a twentieth of a second! faster than the time made by Lieu-j tenant Oibson, the Derby winner on May :t, liUdl. Turf Star's record of 0.47 I-,", for the half mile broke the mark id' 0.47 1-4 made by Autumn Leaves on April Ho, mm. in the! third race .lelf pernstoin won by a! nose in 1:11 J-fi for three-imartcrs of a mile, and Miami beat Arclte at a mile and a sixteenth In the fourth race) i,nr n,i iki it t j, , inm'iiiiji I lie .MlllhSluoi record, made .May L' i . l!io. I PRINCETON PROVES EASY FOR YALE Blue Walks Away With Field Events; No U-..U D l VVUIKI nULUlUb: Broken; Track Other Fields. , i i lit r nivcio vil i Br MurDln Juuroal Spm'üI Im4 Win Princeton, N, J., May S Although Princeton gave an exhibition of sprint ing and running. Yah; walked away with the field events today, capturing the dual meet by tni- score of ",S t'l 40. In the five field events, high jump, broad Jump, pole vault,, ham mer throw end shot put, Yale scored 3!) points to Princeton's 1. In the trick events Princeton won over Tub by a score of 4"i to 111. the Held events presented nothing extraordinary In the way of distance or height. U. 1.. Hawborn of Prince ton, won the inn yard dash In ten sec onds and the 220 yard dash In 21 .'J-á seconds, the latter establishing a new Princeton record. The previous Prince ton record was 21 4-.j seconds and hss stood thus lor eighteen years. Captain Howe of Vale look the 12u yard huidles by a few Inches from DwiKht of Princeton but in the 221) yard hurdles he struck a hurdle which threw him out of the race. SplUer id lale was unable to com-1 peie in tne nail mile and ltobbins of Vale was not In condition for the hurdles. Suniiiiarj : 12(i yar, hurdle Howe, Yule, first; DwUht. Princeton, second ; King, Yale, third, Time. 1 ." 3 -."i seconds. 10b yard dash I a wborn, Prince ton, first; fiamble, Princeton, second; fury. Yale third. Time 10 seconds. One mile run Mciiee. Princeton, first; Coney, Yale, second: Krantz Princeton, third. Time l::s 3-5. 4 JO yard dash MrOniiKiT. Prince ton, first; VI In, Yale, second: Sey mour. Vale, third. Timo á 1 2-5 sec onds. Shot put Coy, Yale, first 43 feet, 2 Inches; Kllpalriek, Yule, 40 feet. 11 inches; (ioebel. Yale, 40 feet. 7 Inches. SSfl yard run - I.alrd, Princeton, "irst; Mann, Yale, second Whlteley, Princeton, third. Time l:.-S4-ii. 220 yard hurdle lambel, Prince ton, first; DwiKht. Princeton, second: Kins'. Yale, third. Time 25 1-5 sec onds. 220 yard dash lawborn. Prince ton. first; Carey, Yale second; liani ble. Princeton, third. Time 21 3-5 sec onds. This breaks the Princeton rec ord of 214-5 seconds made in 1 M I by I. other Carey. Hammer throw Cony, Yale, first, 147 feet; (loebel. Vale," second. 135 reel, í1. inches; Petibodv, Vale, thirl. 127 feet, 5 inches Two mile run McCee. Princeton. first; Weeks. Yale, second; Passoim, Princeton, I bird. Time : .'.5. HiKh .lump 111 ley. Vale. first. 5 feet. loi.. inches; Caiifield. Yale sec ond. ,1 feet, 8'., Inches; I'm. Vale third. 5 feet. ti:. inches. Pole vault Nelson. Vale. and Campbell, Vale, tied for first place a feet. Vozin and Henneit both of Princeton tied for third place al II Icet. H inches. Hroad jump-Kllpatrlck, Vale, fir.-,'.. 2 feet, 4 inches; Davis, Vale, second. 1 feet. !i' Inches; Hard. Vale, third, 1 feel. 54 In, bi s. Filial score. Yale, 5S; Princeton, 41; Trinity Victor trver Tnlis. Hartford. Conn. May S Trinity defeated Tufts In the dual track Ram -here today 71 tn 55. f orness llefeiileil at Tennis. New Haven. Conn.. .May x. Yah' met and defeated Cornell at tennis on be'!, awn club's courts today. There was six matches, four in singles and the others In douldi s. Ibirlmoiilli IK-feu led. CambrtdKe. Mass., .;,y Harvard i was overwhclnilnsiv Miperior to Dart mouth In the track meet today, cap- turitiK ten events, tielmc in two nth- j crs and b-avitiK the visitors hm one ! victory. The final score was. Harvard 1 2; Ihirtmonth, 25 Illinois llefenls Piiriliie. I.aF.iyette. Iml , May t. The Vni versity of Illinois won the dual meet from Purdue today. SO to 4. Yulo l'rchnieii lt-Mlcii. New Haven. May K The Princeton freshmer, defeated the Vale freshmen in th.- track meet today, 57'i to 4ii'. Chk'Huo I fen Is Wisconsin. Madison. Wis.. Mav K 4''nmni! froin behind with i tremendous (inisl, the University of Chtcaiio defeated Wisconsin by the scon- ot S7 to f.s i to f. s r wet- j In tint opening dual tnet of th rn '-wJnfir is 4tt"ir INTERNATE 0 NAL MARATHON FRENCHMAN LEADS FIELD BY COMFORTABLE MARGIN Svenbers, From Sweden, Bad Second With Ted Crook Re presenting United States Claimant for Third Money, (H' Mtirniiiff Jnnrnid Stin-lnl l.nit U'lrrl New York, May The gnat ln leinational .Marathon, distance L'rt miles, as;i vards, tor a purse of $10, 000. Fifteen startci s. first seven to finish share in prices: $!.". aim to first: to .second: Jl -oii to third, etc. to finish were: St. Yves, Frailee. The first seven Winner Henry line :':44:0i. I Second John Svanb.rg, Sweden. -!;-0::,4. Third Ted Crook. Tinted States, í:á2:Di. I Fourth Fred ! I ml In ii. ' : ,"i 4 . 1 :!. MUI p.' 11. ' Fifth -Fred Apple : .'.r,o:i7. j Sixth --Dorando I in : h:o;;uh" KUu,r" ''" Fra nc Ait nuarci ími.i In ,, gruelling In 111. runner course colla ps with al - finish, of vi !i ,.. i-,iiiO,.e .,11 ed, only to stumbl most sup' rhunian Henry St, Yves. on again I'fort to th the s'ocl i ,v little Pn uchman, who jumped into fame 11 month ami, today took the measure of twelve competitors In an International Marathon held at the Polo Ki'ounds and romped home winner by tip handsome ma mill of tjvc laps, or five sixths of a mile. John K imicry, of swcdin. fi'iisbe.l second alter one 01 ibe pluckiest tip il. I tlphts ever witnessed on the run. i.Iiik track .and Tod Crook, an 11! known runner from New Kncla ml, sta(iKred over the tape in third place, thus caminí; a measure of plirv for America. The once mighty llorando finished sixth, his many baits In the latter part of the race provini; too ureal a handi cap for him to overeóme at the nd. The fourth and fifth men. Fred Simp son, the Indian, and ! red Appleby, the Knnllsh iiitry, plodded their pa tient Hay to the end. as did Clbot. the French six-day runner, who fin ished seventh. John 1 1. Marsh, the Canadian entrant, niter runnlmr S(c- oini to cr. rves. ror intern miles, r-hvc up in the twi nty-flfth mile. Tom Alorrlsey, of Youkers, only re cently turned professional, collop:., 1 utterly ln the sixteenth and had to be 1 an led Horn the field, but Pat V'hi:e and Mat Moloney, running; for Ire land; Louis nrphee, ruiitiint," for Franco, and Felix Carvajal, running for Cuba plodded on douncil!v ;o tl. et d Nt. Yves' tlm '. 2:44:nr,. was aliaoit four minutes slower than the 1:1,11 k set by hlin 11 the Marathon Derby i I month nun. The nace at which tin Hist ten miles were run. however. wa:i very much faster than that which has ebiiincterized former events of tbi.' kind, the five miles belns neiiotiatcd in 27:56, ami the ten miles in .18:02. The race brought to the Polo Hioumis a croud of nearly 20, uno en thusiasts. Th,. weather was Ideal. At the crack of tile startinu. pistol Marsh took the lead, with St Yves 'dKliiK him stride for stride, the liitl Frenchman patterlnjr on like a steady Shetland poney, never more Huh) a few feet behind Hie leader. For fifteen miles the two ran practi cally together Hehlml these two, dis tanced sometimes by n few yards, at ethers by several laps, came Svan I" itf. In the sixteenth mile St. Yves bad "killid bis man." and Marsh be K1111 to fall back slowly. First Svanbcrii nnd then Aunclbv 1 passed him. For a while the pi u, kv 1 anadian fought against Doran, I InssliiK him, but the Italian would no ne denied un, I rushed by with burst of speed As the lac, wore on the riinn Ran to show sians of distress. II rs !e Fin .Morrissey, then Applebj. th.n Suae born toppled over ,,n n,,. K,.iss. ut H rly spenl. All three strimnled to their feet iiu.iin and conliniuil lu,m l.v, but for Monlsscv tiw, kii.iím hud been too the field. mile and ho bad lo I. -a v. The surprise was Crook, who, 'li ti If as if ea, b lap would be Ho managed to erct p his way to front, p,st Dot nido, past Mat ii Appleby, pasi Simpson and old i mi last. tin pa -t tb. very heels ot Svnnbern. As a sensational finish to an al li ady Mirriii'.; lace, crook, SvaiiluiK Simpson nnd Appelby a crumpled UI after crossini; Hie finish and l,.,a I in carried ruf the fi, ,. Doi lioweyii. was apparently In s loiulition at Hi.- finish :,s at the and Kalloped off th,. grounds ando. Koo-i slai t, n mid i.otn cheers and iilsses. Albuquerque Boys Defeat New Mexico School of Mines Team by Score Twenty-One to Seventeen, IHUI Itlip.t. k ! lb Marmlu J.rl I .vie hnttin .vicoiro, .V M. May 9 lly a fine x rally In the ninth liinlnit. Hi" toci-'iu. t. JHtt'if j hool avusi Oa.l HIGH SCHOOL WINS FROM MINERS Rocky Going in Wilds of TOURISTS GET LOST TWICE EN ROUTE TO THIS CITY FORERUNNERS OF FLAG TO FLAG ENDURANCE RUN Not Attempt to Buck Sand Down the Rio But Will Tick to El Paso, Via Estancia Val ley and Rock Island, There are u s ;uid linnus in the arfl of pal hi ind illM' illst as is the i ase mi 1 ev llar II! c it nd 1 Ii, re a re I l'll,"' a lid little tb.lt seem ell, II 111, MIS :ll t h. bich do ICM 11 le, I 1 he 14 suits. An autoucbile is 11 h.n d in In 1. nn.il 1. 11, l an ait Ho I, eaten stramht 01 up bill 01 all to speak 111 t In lr lit ship and it must nave trail. whether 11 be v rooked, narrow or w ,b down dab' or no trail at about. The I 'al hf inih-i" tl,, Cbalin from len lay out lb eidtirance the trophy green, one ls-leroil Thlitv hound r to the Cl(y of McMco to path lor ill,' flan to flan run of iiei,,b,i in'M for illered be Ü A Wahl- of the leadiim citizens of I a liver, covered sev the l ichlh li of th Im; what w ill be the da of the hi lour will be a niKhl sto- nt five miles oil it ,1,UII Ile . , 'IV. I - l Oilte of tile !'. o Alhuoii ami b mav II. prior te s 1 X i r 1 r.lie be 1 the Sutid.iv stop as piunee into Ibe unsettled and 1 1 oiulale.) four hundred miles , binlv f 1 1 1 - 1 -lir. lt 0 Kl 1'aso. ""'' run for Hie day stalled at S, in ri f. wllli everv oroitil-;,' of pool v , , 1 1 1 1 1 nnd good roads The natives called them kooiI at Sinla Fe hul ouile fornot (o sludv their dlcllona'-v lo dl'covcr the resl meaning of thai word "Hood" to an autoniobilist. 1 he roads w ere hat'd lull they w re repleto v illi surprises. The roadway went lie and it Weni down, It passes thr u jii ai royas ibal wore stupendous .mil pa.-se, throuith canovns that wen Ki-and as redimís scenery and ple.is In!' to F. ICd. Spoonef wit li bis camel .1 but dlsple.'tslnu to Hilly K'ulppef, who was forced to driv e the car. A 1,'t' W. ):. McC.ttion. Hie route h i c mi pller he had lots to say thai .s 111 p.- ut: ble for there we'e fo! l,s aid twists and turns and informalion was hard to obtain from the Htcitsh soeakinir natives Mr. C. H. .lone., a passenter. and K W. Macs of simi I'e, nuble, could do some talklmt I'll! not very much in Spanish and waves of hands meant little when tracks lead everywhere Tin' coliseo lleliee was lhal Hide or no irnlde, the tourists were lost twice and r -irlv lost many lim.s. all of which lost lime and oc eanic rostlv, for Alhuouevque had ore nnred for n demonstra' Ion. The New Mexico Automobile club had arranirel ror a rrand reeet'iion. The commit tee went out the Heinallllo conic and (.Hied. Meantime Hie sturdy lit I I'halinern was belnn sent nloinr safely by Dinar Hilly Knipper through T1 lerns caiivon. a wondetful piece 01 nature's handivvorli nut ireaeiieroos i 1I10 aiilomobilisl ow imr lo Hie hills an, mtiuh 1oks In the road, stumps slick In? 110 ever ready to catch the unwarv n,l hills sieen enouuh to make anv 00.. want 10 save Ills car bv unloadl'i Lis miHsemrcr and especially so with ., j;r emrvlllir t ll e eo II i V a loll t of It own Weilfht in live Wolliht lllld dead .eeii.hi The Chalmers V-eiiHis 2.200 nonoils and carries a complete camp Inff outfit, several na irs 01 w a ici , in. team defeat of Mines he score heliiH d the Now Mexico School e this afternoon, the lliiitl Ito 17 In favor ol tlie visitors. The A lbllilel lll hoys defeal ed So corro in Albiinoernuo last ween. nnd by dcfealliif! them on their hoim mounds this afternoon clearly (lemou- initi.il their siioerlorltv on the tliu- inorid. The Socorro men pluveii a Plucky ame today, hut were defeated bv the sliicKine of several of the heavy hliih school hitlers. A laie crowd at nded the ame. lies; llinhscbo!, Wanner and .Miners, HarrluKton and Car- Haiti ooper r. Slillilib Defents l.ill)lHllt. Montreal, May K. Shruhh def, I.onKboHt in a filteen-inlle race this afternoon. Sbriibb won by neatly a third mile, iu 1 : 21:57. at, 1 Inn Aciiileinv llccorils llroken. niiaiois. Md . May - The naval ideinv athletes ib leated the team Columbia, iinivei sil v. N. V., tmlav of Co by 4 I o points. I bree inadeiii.N n cords dash, tin icie broken: Ibe 220-,vald 1. 1-,, a, I and pole jumps Nash Wins Professional Marullioii. Pbiladelidiui. Mav X--AI asll. tin Indian runner, todav won Ibe profes sional M.ualbon la, o lele. Nash's lime was 51:11. Then- wn- elh: staiicis. .lobllee Handicap Won by I bor. Kempton Palk, liiKland. May H ibe Kempton Park urciit Jiibib-e lian- licap i ;J.0nu so v, I . K lis I for threc-yeur-olds and up, ov.-r the Jubilee ..fens-', one mile and i i,uail''i, was won lu te lod. iv by F.hor D-an Sivili was second and So, , or tbiid. l-'onr-I-en hoises tari-ai. ainoitc litem ,n iriist Hiimont's Fall play II. Hail, ll'Tse Wins on, hm. May H. II Mil ralbon. Harielt. who til. t i X 1 1 1 1 I today defeated Í illl-il' d Malalb' "nowhere" ii lasi summer a su lot; of sixtv-eittbt o v. r lb. l ull dislaiir e :is:, vaids, iii 2.42 :il. lllpetilors ii nub s. I liento Plavers lined. Cin.innatl. Ma s Pitcher Walsh, of the Cbieaito Ainetlcan league team, ami Second Hasemail Kv.ls. of the Chicago ationais. w.ie fined $100 ..oh for failure to r.p.ut to their li s,.ctve eluliM before May I. FRENCH FERIALE PILLS. Riril MOW Til All. jti- M H-bl ;mit m Mra m th for Pathfinder Tijeras Canyon tools necessary on the road or In a shop, several dress sud vases. Cloi is bottles filled Willi hot and cold lUpibbi bin iiothln slronger than lemonade, block and t.ickle, axes, shovels, con- linked food. photographic malcría! 1 and Ihirty-two gallon capacity o ! uasoline. I t be a r. I people i I Uai.'cdv I past 'I'll. M.le ol : a spriim I bad shoM i l n k a ml a I emarknldi- load lit live I he jil-t The etilne weight wltli over 4,'.'00 pollllils and f the day in me w hen. mm, Hie car dropied oil' Un bunk, straddling a rut and broke under the weintu. It eied practically all the inorn uiiv afternoon and it rained while plir KUlde, Hot ky Hilly and .May down and shipped i the a new rough! unber- 'oi'tiir in place 111,' loul'isl-i lilt :ild d and the I, disappointed The del.tv hi i AlbllUelAU i eption i'ominitti DuriiiK the day the car as, ended I 1 all altitude of S.2"0 feet and then ,'r,.'i,ed down to Mile Hinh Albiaiuct uue witch is practically the sanie lieitrlit as Denver During the "1 1 s. milis made ini e Icavlm; Denver, Sal uiday. May 1st. tlie car has traveled to '.tiiih points ui;.iiii and aw. mi. Tlu1 loiirists le i lalher p,i-ed at the 1.1 ; 'hct oul-lde the teiiirn ilnoui;b Ti jeras lainon to teach Moriatlv, Ibe. will follow tlie line of the New Mexico Central and F.I Pao Southwestern to avoid the saudv J"ini; alon the Ilio liraude whi,!i would provide th' most direct route To prepare them selves lor w ha! is to come in the n, a 1 l four htin, lied miles to .;i ',,so v , remaining before taklnn to th,. Mexi can wilds, the pariv decided to re main ov er Sunday in A Ibnijuei on test a bit after their hard w tvutl, Dotibilcss back east the an I k's toi wt feci that sev only-1 i e dally Is not hard but In realm i-lie nutes ol traveling such mili I,, be MeXi, 11 the I pan ,1 found in Colora is Tar balder lb north wiih loads , for the inotoi mu- in, I Ne mil an Mo . tief nils ptildic, of loo 1 IliKll t' ears a Is, pre- Ti bih I ,H a thai S I ov ty to of raised stumps. centers and of Mom s ,,, under the axle, anil Hit f forks mav not he seen cause troini;. Caution and an anxi complete tlie tour adds much to tie general plan and no endeavor Is he lo made lo go t'asi by the parly for the reason that Hie route must be carefully prepared for the route book and pbotoKI aphed for Ibe papers HI over the country and Knrope. Ho complicated l. the routing of H'c tour lo dale Hull nluhl drlvliiK' will he ,1 ease of life and dealli owlnu to the arroyas alón which the car must run and Die hhrli bunks of which arc iiiir'uhi ded by a rail In any Instance, and owiiiK to the .slumps, sloms and hlKh centers of the roadway. The meat flan to flan- tour will therefor' he a case of day runtilmi and the con testant win) lairs will have to make nti time when it Is possible to see. From Santa Fo the route for eigh teen miles Is Ideal. At a mountain whole (be Spanish speaklun residence do penance at a cross away no to the pewk. to a point about five tulles from A lhiuiiieritie ll Is a case of moun lalnous work In hliih altitude where the clear air Is not Hie air of tlie cast and the car n'vis trouble when md adjusted to such iruvelinir. 1 11 fin ! the tourist becomes win lied una ill ami ii un i 11 and Hilly Knipper lias (rone over his car many times only to ulanc hehlml with an exclamation "no won der." Jt Is probable Hint It will be neces sary for Hie tourist to arrunce for a snecliil train oyer the railroad to F.I Paso to provide hotel accominodali,, li en route ror the tourists In the (treat flan to I'lai run. The train will fol low the tour as closely as possible and the route makers will determine as to whether It shall be a three o four day lain under these circuío sla neos. one on the Interest Inir features of the New Mexico Hip to Hie Path- lindéis has been the convict labor em ployed throuKhont the toiiniry build Pur (paid roads. Much of tlie rouuli jollín- will lie erased before fall Ihrouith this Work. In Colorado Ihc convicts work under the honor sv lem mid without uuards and It Is s.,i,l that scveial w ho escaped ( '.' I came back satisfied that they would llv better In the camp a! Haton moun- lain. The route for the sixth day for near ly seventy-five miles iloes not touch a sins le town of anv size or importance. The towns have names hul are adobe houses and Spanish spoaklnir natives who ice willlim to aid but who ruii'i when Spanish Is not spoken. Accord iniHv a Hiiide and Inlerprctor is take-t alonn In every case possible. The Pa I Ii lindl im Hip. now ope M m a s n i; i AllMMiirt int' Stop on the Road to or From Your Office And .New let us show you Voik City by ihe These m e the i l I be i I. Vet Iv I lilol-e.l , let ll." W ashing leu Cm i pa ti y . alb.ns of master desi.cn. is w h. have not I lo ir supet iot s Vou'll count It a lucky Company appai.-l. You will find Hut yon In I he da i w . , Suits from $20 to $45 i i M. MAN DELL Agent for the Washington Clothing I . 1 r. T. 1 i 1 . .." f ií í i-.-" t ' .v 'juvta tUJt '3.1 I V 1 ! BP -I . f ti. ,1. sni mo Pianos tuncil ami repaired. Vol Ihlutl. lced. I'oiu n'KuhHiM. Action udlnsicd sntlsfni-lioii tuuriinlecd. All orders j;ien prouipl ntlciitioil. Plioliv No. 771. Kislibiusj ;il7 South Aruo I reel. ipiarlcr HirouKh flan to Hclobef died .a hl out h. to avian s helnii carried i;,- the route of th-' ur.uice run of next ,111 fifty to one linn with from three to Half end w ben t r, 1 1 s cadi pie Will 1 five people W lil pal ticipate. I he l ull will be an endurance or reliability run and Ibe trophy, a handsome mountain of Hie metals of the two counirli s mounted on an onvx base with th" Hans of Hie two countries in the na tive stones ol coll tress ,,n the face will In- un endurance or reliability run eis of ihe country. The east is takiiur an active lull-rest 111 tin- contest. Tw cut V -I WO elltl ie 1 bad been promised last January and the number has snnvn since. Th" entry blanks are just beiim put out. The tilth- Pathfinder ear b.-tua used is but thirty horsepower and is tie car which was sent 2im miles por dal lar one hundred consecutivo davs over the Detroit Pontiae route last siimmei. sjThc car bus already covered .t.t.tni" -Indies and alter p. .,iiins the City of ,- Mexico wlil probably proceed ,. Vol. i Cruz to be shipped by noiit to .m' York, (hence M no over the road to Delroil for the lillibb-n tour to Deli ver, via Chica'io Milwaukee. St. Paul, Minneapolis, limaba and returniiui from Deiiv, i- via Kansas Citv. SI. l-ouii and Detroit, a trio that fcill place ll lo a ten never Kiven any other cur. vil tío- Pithiiii'b'is are men of ci -tcrpiise In their Held. Hilly Knipper helnii a driver of international fume in racitiK circles, V. tf. M, 'Carton, a newspiiner man of twenty-four year-' "x-poiioncc all over the world, and I''. Fal. Spooner. known as the Vankie Pathllnder. a man who has toured lilt v thousand miles in layiiiK out rutiles and Who does tne oeusiuu- work for the parly View s and takes the Dr. It. N. Van Sunt urraiiKod Ibe reception lor the parts and finally met them ai the Aharailo hotel upon their arrival. I.iavinu hero the party will puss thruiiKh Moiiariy, Mcintosh. Kstanola, Willard. Torrance. Ciirri.ozo. Tularosa, Alninouordo. th' tire t'ollowinK the K'n- eral route of lb Paso. Hock Island to K SANDY FEGLISON PUTS LONDON BOBBY TO SLEEP lililitlna l'olicciiinn no Mulch for 'l'oimli Hoy I rom IVosion. Palis, May Huston made I'aris tonp-ht where he niel l d the 1. 1 K - Sandy l-'ci'Riison of his first appearance In H the Ciniuo de Palia, Herbert Hall, ex-cbam- amlon police, iu a flK"t bss than two minute.-. which lasted The men had up when Hall hardly put their hands fell to the floor from ll pii-h i rose F t from a blow. When Hall reason knocked him cold. Honey" Ale, nly, of Huston, also made his firsl appearance in w hat was lo have been a twenty round bout wilh Willie Lewis, of New York. Melloily went al his opponent viciously bur Lewis muí with with Mniinht left-i. punishliiK: him badly. In the fourth round the New Yorker sent Melloily to Hie floor live times and Hiere bo llnallv remained unable to respond to Hie call. The winner received $4.000 and Hie loser $1.0'i0, llO)H Will lie Hoys and cms, tiro always ettitiir scralchen, sprains, bruises, bumps, burns scalds. Don't uei;lect such thin I hoy may result serious if you do. Apply' Halliird's Snow Liniment nc eordliuf lo direction rliiht away and it will relieve Ihe pain nnd heal the trouble. Price 2.1c, 50c and $1.00. Sol,) by .1. II. (I'Hiclly Co. JI.W ll'l f,, t)l INN x t o. lo is. N. M. made for us in and craftsmen, w In Io n w ol id. oi I', ;iu lo k, ir Washing. onoml, al as well f ishlonable. 4 It...- .a. I; J h.lsllllll'IOII J r.isliioiii d ii.ircl ' o C.