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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 1911.
SPECIAL RATES FOR AEROPLHEET Arrangements Being Made to Bring Record Breaking Crowd to Traction Park Next Satur day and Sunday, To date forty-one men have for feited their Uvea In mastering the air with aeroplanes. Every one of them fell from machine that required the rIOer to release his aold for an in stant at times on some important lever or twitch. The builders of the Mathewson aeroplane, which Is being assembled at Traction park for flights next Saturday and Sunday, declare it the first and only successful air craft to overcome these point. It Is en- tirely controlled from a wheel like an automobile and has not a single lever ' to be operated. Everything that hap pens in the air with an aeroplane is over before the spectators know what is wrong. This was true of the nccl' dent to Ralph Johnstone at Denx-er, when his Wright machine turned tur tie and plunged to the ground before the people could finish the first gasp The same was true of the machine that Moisant rode at New Orleans and the one that let Archie Hoxsey fall to his death In California a 'short time ago. The Mathewson machine Is quit' different. It Is more on the Curtiss type, though the Ideas for sustaining features were evolved at the factory i Denver and are distinct features of aviation. The control of this machine, which Is the lightest In the world and one of the strongest, is interesting to the lalety. Every part Is explained fully and the working of the delicate mechanisms demonstrated while the ninchine is on exhibition in the han gar. No one will be admitted until the aeroplane Is completely rigged out, which will be Tuesday afternoon. In the meantime the gates af Trac tlon park are closed so that the crew of mechanicians may proceed without hindrance. " Arrangements will doubtless be made by the Commercial club for spe cial rates from all New Mexican points for next Saturday and Sunday. There Is no question that an aviation exhi bition will draw a large crowd to the city, and the business men of Albu, nuerque, always on the qui vlve for anything that, makes for the good of the city, are Interested in seeing the affair a luccess. RACE RESULTS At Jiinrox. t-.. .Tuarai.,. ..Mexico, , Ja n. 1 8,-Haolng was again resumed at Terrazas park today. Ideal weather prevailed and an expectionally large crowd turned out. Angelus, 3 to 5 favorite, easily won the Durnngo selling stake, one mile. ' He led from start to finish and won eased to a walk. He was the only first choice to-win. Summary: First race, 2-year-olds, 3 1-2 fur longs John Robert won; Charles Ooi'ta, second; Zapotec, third. Time, ;42. Second race, selling, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Fred Mulholland won; Acumen, second; Sir Edward third. Time, 1:27 3-5. Tlhrd race, selling, 3-year-olds and up, 6 1-2 furlongs Milpltas won; Marsund, second; Deadwood, third. Time, 1:08 3-6. Fourth race, Durango selling stunog, 3-year-olds and up, one mile Angelus won; The Wolf, second; Mockler, third. Time, 1:39 S-B. Fifth race, selling, 3-year-olds. 8 furlongs Bob . Farley won: Ben Pri or, second; Saiall, third. Time, 1:14, Sixth rare, 4-yonr-oldg and up, one and one-sixteenth miles Indian M Id won; Nebulosus, second; Bar ney Oldfield, third. Time, 1:49. At Tampa. Tampa, Fla., Jan. 28. Disastrous form reversals were frequent toduy. The victoty of Nooskaleeta over Sam Hernfird In thP distance race was the roature, the old campaigner being un ique to do better than a poor third Results: , , First race, 6 furlong Blair Bagg- " won; uood Acre, second; Masks aim faces, third. Time, 1:05 3-6. j , i . ' v 1,1111 race, b rurlonas Star Venus won: Golden Castle, second; Love .tvatcnes, third. Time, 1:05 1-6. Third race, S 1-2 furlongs Von iMvr won; complete, second; Our -MiRget, third. Time, 1:11 2-5. Fourth race, about 3 furlongs yaptain Nelson won; Catherine Hampton, second; .Egaldlne, third. Time, :34 3-5. Fifth race, l' mile and a sixteenth -Neoskaleeta won; Louis Katz, sec ond; Sum Bernard, third. Time, 1:54. Sixth race, about 1 mile and 3 fur longs Lois Cavanaugh won; Vanen, "econd; King of the Mist, third. Time, 2:23 1-5. Widow, the heavily supported second choice, led all the way in the Andrew selling stakes at Emeryville today, winning easily from Big Stick and Thistle Belle. The fifth race served as a trial for the California Derby, and was won by Starry Night in a drive from -Avame. Results: First race, furlongs Father Stafford won: Eddie Mott, second; Sorrowful, third. Time, 1:17. Second race, 3 1-2 furlonxs Cash on Delivery won; La Caiadora, sec ond; Tmir, third. Time, :42 1-5. Third race, t furlongs Dargin won: Dutch Rock, second; Dacia, third. Time. 1:17. Fourth race, ( 1-2 furlongs, An drew selling stakes Winning Widow won; Big Stick, second; Thistle Belle, third. Time. 1:22 3-5. Fifth race, 1 mile Starry Nisht won; Avame, second; Don- Caster, third. Time, 1:45. Sixth race, 1 mile and 79 yards Rosevale won; Raleigh, second; Mas sa, third. Time, 1:50 1-5. Jockey Seriously II, Tampa, Fla., Jan. 28. Jockey A. Burton is at his home near the race track In a critical condition as the result of a fall sustained in the run ning of the fourth race this afternoon. He has a fractured skull and is still unconscious. Burton was riding Dr. Abingdon in the two-year-old race when his mount Jumped the fence and fell. His chance for recovery Is slight. College Kirie Shooting. Washington, Jan. 28. Columbia university last week made the high i score In the intercollegiate rifle shoot-1 ing league here when It defeated Princeton, 1,888 to 1,023. It also re- tains a clean score with three victor ies to its creflit. The University of Missouri defeated Arizona 1,673 to 1,637. . Sunny Smith Shoot Fueled. Houston, Tex., Jan. 28. After a successcful six-day meeting the Sunny South shoot came to a close here to. day. The meet has been a good one In every respect. The first four nmnteurs of the shoot are: Ouy Derlng, Columbus, Wis.; Mark Arle, Thomas Boro, 111.; W. A. Ridley, Wahatchle, la, and John Livingstone of Birmingham, Ala. The high professionals were: W. S. Leer of Concordia. Kun.; Les- ter, Gorman of Philadelphia, and Ed. O'Brien of Florence, Kan.; and Mrs. Topperwein of San Antonio, Texas, tied for third place. . Polo Throws Dr. Holler. Boston, Jan. 28. Zbyscko, the Pol. Ish wrestler, took two falls from Dr. B. F. Roller of Seattle here tonight. The bout, which was best two out of tnree, without time limit, lasted near ly and hour and a half. ine nrst tan took one hour, ten minutes and thirty-five seconds, and tne Becond was secured In ten min utes and thirty seconds. ...... ! I ,.., , GRAFT CHARGES !Ni WORKER President Lewis Questions Hon esty of District Leaders; Gov ernor Harmon Addresses the Convention, (By Morning Jimm.l SpeHnl iMwd Win Columbus, O., Jan, 28. After an address today by Governor Harmon, delegate to the International conven tion of the I'nlted Workers of Amer ica at Memorial hall, progressed so far in their work that the end of the convention is expected Monday night. President Lewis today charged graft on the part of officers and members of the local district No. 6. He was speaking In support of his annual ad dress read before the delegates in the opening week. President Feehan of the district took exception to that part of Lewis' report which called for International supervision of stocks financed by the international organization. A resolu tion calling for the separation of the t'nited Mine Workers of Anerica Into divisions of Canada and America was voted down. The delegates voted to pay delegates from strike districts $20 each from the international treasury for the expenses In attending the convention. leiegates voted to demand every other Saturday as pay day and as holiday.- is mminim m mummy ,jgmrt'KrrWmnei 1 The Bird Mem Are Here FLIGHTS AT TRACTION PARK, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, FEB. 4lh and 5th Mathewson aeroplane, holding world's records. After Tuesday, visit the park be tween 10 a. m. and 5 p. m. and have every part explained. A wonderful education then you will understand what keeps it in the air. Admission to Hangar and Lectures 25c JEW MEXICO DAY 2 He Is ex- FEBRUARY M'CURDY MAY MAKE FLIGHT WITHOUT WARSHIP Washington, Jan. 28. I'nless the weather moderates soon and permits Aviator J. A. McCurdy to attempt his flight from Key West to Havana. Culm, the navy department will with draw the torpedo boat destroyer Ter ry, one of the vessels designated to convey the aeroplane to repair minor damages which the ship sustained few days ago. ' While cruising In Florida waters the rudder of the destroyer was Injured It Is said at the department that the accident Is not serious, but officials are not willing long to delay the re pairs of the rudder. h 1 . INDICTMENTS FOR DISFRANCHISING NEGROES WHITE MAN'S HOPE BIDS DEFIANCE TO JOHNSON MusKogee, oika.. Jan. 28. JiirW Johnson's recent declaration that the rapm advance of Carl Morris, "the wnite man's hope," is due to faitn fights, drew a reply from Morris to day, who agrees to glve Johnson $10,. uuu ir ne could prove where he had ever iuKeU a fight. He added ihnt to for similar proof. anyone else he would give $1,000 CHICAGO BOWLERS LEAD IN DOUBLES Guthrie, Okla., Jan. 28 Federal indictments were returned here todav against Duke W. Jeffries, democrat, and Wlllnrd Smith, republican, cliarg- Ing offenses against the civil right of negroes. ' - The Indictments were returned as a result of the recent instructions to the grand jury that the federal constitu tion Is supreme over anv stat clue tlon law. x ,.. . . " in , many instances, were not permitted to try to ouallfy. it is said, and many of those who did were refused the right to vote, AVIATOR LOST IN CLOUDS ABOVE HOUSTON Houston, Texas, Jan. 28. Roiland B. Garros was lost In the clouds for ten minutes toduy. He was trying ror an altitude record and dlsnnnear- ea twelve minutes after ascendlnit. men ror ten minutes, he explulned af- Daughters of Revolution Ex pect Occasion to Have Un usual Significance Because of Statehood, MUTUA February 2, New Mexico day, will be observed with especial enthusi asm In the public schools and else where in Aew Mexico this year on account of the advent of statehood. The Daughter of the Revolution, under whose auspices the observance of the day wns Inaugurated, are mak ing plans to assist materially In mak ing New Mexico day a red letter day and further plans will lie nnnounced later. RAMSEY WILL GO 10 I Popular Agency Manager for the Equitable Resigns ' to Take Charge of ' Another Company, : George S. Itiunsey, for two year New Mexico agency .manager for the KqultuhlA' Life Innurunoe company, with o(TK p. I"-tl'l city, announced Inst nlghti' that he had resigned to ake a similar position with the Mil ual lieneflt Life Insurance company of Newark, N. J. Mrv lturrmey will take, his new po sition as noon as the necessary for malitles have been qompleted. It Is reported that 11. Spitz, who is expected home from the east today, has secured control of the state agency of the . Kqiiltnh,, I,lf Inmir ance company. The report has not been confirmed. has not jot reached home. pected tomorrow. 4 W board and tars for horses The best of care guaranteed. W. U Trtmbls Co., til North Second 8L SEE PECO BAR BO! MUSICAL COMEDY IT GEM I Y Without a doubt, the best comedy Flirting yet happens at the Gem, start ing Monday afternoon. How can I all happen for 10 cents? The boost Ing crowds make It worth while for the management to get this company of real artists together. AlbUouerque will gee a dollar happening for 10 cents. A real grocery stoic setting: and they will deliver the groceries, Go see this big compnny at the Gem fecks' Had Hoy, his sweetheart Old Mr. reck, his wile,, and the Irish policeman, big features at the tiein starting Monday aflernoon. The ad mission price will not be raised. Ten cents for a dollar happening. A Helinblo Cough Medicine la a valuable family friend. Koloy'i Honey and Tur fulfills this condition exactly. Mrs. Charles Kline, N, dih St., Kaston, ra., states: "Several members of my family hnvs been cured of bad coughs and colds by the use of Foley's Honey and Tar and 1 am never without a bottle In the house. It sooths and relieves the Ir ritation In the throat end loosens up the cold. I have always found It H reliable cough sure." J, II. oltlelly Co. , . , LEGAL NQTICE St. Louis, Jan. 28. Dropping 1229 I ter alighting, ,he flew at about 4,000 pins in tne doubles Placed Marvin ""'n ana uuward Maennsnn nf nicago in the lead of the two-men team event of the American Howling tuiigress tournament todav.- . ... me toppeu mo previous tourna mem mark, estab islwd hv Kmiih. eDDard of Buffalo by five nlna. Several celebrities comnpfed in ho Individual event and some record scores were expected. hut .Tn.onh Knuth of Milwaukee finished u-iih tne nign score, his mark of 638 not ting him sixth in the list of leaders, Secretary A. L. Langtry announced tonight that the Chalmers-Detrolts or cnicago and the Duffs of St. Louis, ui meet Monday night , in a match game for a 500 wager. THREE THOUSAND MILE TRIP IN COACH AND FOUR feet in the air. Evontunlly he appear. ed a mere speck against the sky five mnea from the aviation field and headed In an opposite direction. . .. . iimnj uuiiub came to eartn in a spectacular glide to a perfect land ing. i wits lost," Garros declared. "I could not see the ground. When tho earth did come within my vision I aid not know my direction and the country for miles around seemed nothing but level plains." (Ubere to Olorsbip Coday Woman Author Ifctul. Newton, Mass., Jan. 2H. Rllzaheih Stuart rhdps Ward, author and lec turer, died at her home In Newton Center tonlRht after a short Illness, lit the age of 87 years. Her hus band, Herbert T. Ward, was In the south when she wns taken III and lie Hills Wanted. Illds will be received at the office of the clerk of the Hoard of County Commissioners of Ilernalillo county, New Mexico, tip to 10 o'clock III the forenoon of Saturday, February llth, 1011, at the court house of said conn ty, for the building of four wing daiiu along the blinks of the Kin Grande In accoidiiiicM) with plans and specified- tlnnr on file In said clerk's office and also in the office of A, U, Ogle, coun ty surveyor. Tho successful bidder will he required to give bond, sails factory to the llourd of County Com- mlsKloners, for tho faithful perform ance of tho contract. The board reserves the right to re ject any or all bldi Hy order of thg tl.iord of County Commissioners. A. IS. WALKER, Clerk. Nervous Drinkers Many Men Who Arc Moderate Drinkers find in time that they be come so nervous they cannot at tend to business without alcoholic stimulants. The NEAL TREATMENT Removes All Craving and Desire in Three Days. The A7;.J, intcrn.it treatment cures the jieriotlical, occasional or moderate drinker, tlic liahitm! and excessive tliinker and the ncn ous mm who has to ilrink to kec from becoming more nerv ous. It takes away all inclination to drink, all tlcsirc and craving for drink by neutralizing the poi son of alcohol in the system ami ridding the Uood of the jioison by a rapid process of elimination leaving the drinker in the same normal condition he was in before tasting liquor, so far as Ihc ef fect of alcohol may be concerned all apatite for drink gone and he a new man. NO HYPODERMIC INJEC TIONS fects a perfect cure in three days without hypodermic injections. A tiU.UUXTnni) CON TRACT A guaranteed bond and contract is given each patient agreeing to effect a perfect cure or refund the money at the end of the third day. A MODliRX TREATMENT The Neot is a Physician's Cure for the think habit ; it is the most modern ami perfect of known fteattnents, originnle.1 by a physi cian, compounded by a physician, ami administered by experienced physicians. It never fails tjall, write or phone for free book and copy of contract; Xcal Insti tute, 512 N. 2nd Strct, Alhu .pivimic, N. M. All cmmiunira-' The NEAL internal re:.l:rf,rt'ct-W itrid!y confidential. - I la til; references given. ST. .lOHX'K. school at , 9:45. U. by Percy A. Morning Itoss, ny Al Jacksonville. Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 28. The Mutter, held at 10 to 1 in the betting, on ihe 12,600 Jacksonville handicap, 'he feature event at Moncrlef today, mushing a lennth Jn front of Mary ""vis. who beat Bob 11. a lenuth. Adrian, a formidable Derby entry, "u 11 " perrormar.ee when he 'iKeo up us pounds and even furlongs. Alanhelmer established a new rack record when he ran 5 1-2 fur Ings In 1:06 2-5, winnlnx the second ruce. beat a his age at First race, 3 furlongs Mary Johnson won; Eaton, second; "row, third. Time Se A.n Third race, 7 furlongs Adrian on; Dr. Duenner, second; White "ool. third. Time 1:2 2-6 S Fourth race, Jacksonville handl J. l mlle and n slxipomh ti. vi,. "on; aiury T)avls, - num. II m a l.i! m lfth.rar' furlongs star ,. . : "" nite. second '"Ird. Time, lu Lee High second; fSob New York, Jan. 28. Three thou nanu mues witn a coach and four, irom jew rorn to San Francisco, Is the trip Paul A. Sorg, one of the leading amateur coachlns men pro- poxes to attempt tnis spring. Seventy-five horses, forty men and two special cars for .shipping the horses forward at the end of earh day's run, will form part of the equipment for the trip. Morris Has New MrjiiOKcr. sapuip'i. nk a., Jan. 28. F. n Ufer of thlsclty toduy purchased the managership of Curl Morris, heralded as the "white man's hope," from W. V. stone, for a consideration of 125,000. . Grand t 'ominaiMlcr foiivalcwcnt. Waxhington. Jan. 28. The condi tion of Sovereign Grand Commander James D. Itichardson of the Southern jurisdiction of the Ancient and Scot tish Kites Masons lias Improved to such an extent that he will leave here next week for a vacation In the south. Hubject: WRESTLER MAY DIE FROM BROKEN NECK nine Herpes, -w .r8r 1 ml1 "nrt a wA-nt'h ...r, inira. Time, 1:47 1-5. "iia, Cul.. Jn l Winning ( ' Amnrillo, Tex., Jan . 28. Stanley Westlake, heavyweight wrestler of Hastings, Neb., had his neck dlslo- rated and probably will die as a re sult of a wrestling match with Harry Mayes. The men had been wrestling for an hour. Mayes had secured a full Kelson hold when the accident happened. .Swimming Users at Plilludelpliln. Philadelphia, Jan. 2. The New York Athletic dub swimming team tonight defeated the Argo Swimming club team of Philadelphia S9 to 22 points Sunday service at rector. music an follows lit St. .Inhn'i church at morning service, 11 a. m.: iTooesslonal Hymn, J. Stainer: Ve. nrin; ie iM'um Festivul, Dud ley Ruck; Benedletus. R. Tours! In iron, anciuy flnertnrv Tin,. uivine, j. stainer. Mrs. C. A Fmni. and Charlrs J. Andrews: ltec..ion,.i nuney. OONfJKEflATIONAr,. Raymond It. Tollx-rt. Miniut ny. ... . ' ., mere will ne no facility ,.rvi... xiirwiHv, .Innuarv 29 in th.. f,..,-.. noiiHi cnurcn. Sunilnv hcHmo .i 9:45. Christian Endeavor at 8:30 p. m. riiitisTiAx seiExri Woman's Club building. West Oold avenue and South Seventh street ervices at 11 a. m Love." Sunday school at 9:45 n. m Testimonial meeting. Wed npnlnv at --- II,... ,11 ... "'"""in room open, da v vn.nt z 10 t p. m.. No. 17 Stern build i"K. ooum rourtn street and Vw central avenue. LOCAL AND PERSONAL' flimrncy a. H. Ilenehan was here yesterday from Santa Fe. Vf nnA If . . "" .nis. v. it. llrnun n nere yesterday from Kl po. Mr. nr..wn is nistnct general freight and psssenger agent for the Snnt.i v ranrona. The condition Mrs. James Cosgrove, wife of Captain James Cosgrove. of the Highland fire station, who un derwent an operation at St. Joseph's sniuirlum several days $go, Is re ported quite favorable, with Indica tions for a complete rwovery within a short time. .-,... 1 Try a Journal Want Ad; Results' RESOLVED THAT WE AR.E MAKING THE -5PARK.5 FLY IN THE LAUNDRY IV S HZSS BECAUSE WE ARE DOING GOOD WORK. BUSTER 13ROVN. I i 1 M.H.JWv,.. (.rat (y( m Ttm, , tt&'i 7 GROSS, KELLY & CO. ( Incorporated ) f t g -j Wholesale Merchants, and Deal ers in Hides, Wool and Pelts Navnjo Blankets, Pinon Nuts, B:nns, Chili, Potatoes and Oilier Nat.vc Products IToumi at Its it Las Vegan, N. M. Albuquerque, N, M. Tucuimsrl, N. M. Pecu, N. M.i L"g:i, N. M., and Trinidad, Colo. 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