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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1911.
SPALDING BALL IS National League Gets Half Mil lion Dollar Bonus to Continue Its Use for Twenty Years More. (By Morning Jo"'nn Sprrlaf I .earn Wine) New York, Feb,. 13. For u bonus, said on good authority lo be ? 5 1 0. 0 0 0 ilic National League of Progressive Pasebull clubs in session hero today, made a twenty year contract with a lea dint; sporting goods firm to use a baseball of Its manufacture for the of ficial ball. " It Is the same ball that tins been used by the .National lcaguu for this last sixteen years and in re-adoptlng it the magnates rejected an offer of a Cincinnati firm said to have been ;!2f.000 in twenty annual installments of 16,250, of which half wag to be Jn cash and half in baseball supplies. Heretofore," if has been commonly supposed, oven among the players that the big leagues paid about 97 cents each for halls which sell at retail at $1.25. But the developments show they not only pay nothing, but receive all the bulls they, use free and very considerable cash besides. The league schedule was udopted today without change and the sched ule already prepared and seut out stands for the season. This shows that nil of the clubs will travel 93,733 miles during the season. The clubs' mileage for the season, according to the schedule, will be us follows: lloston, 11,124 miles; Tirooklyn, 9,397 miles; New York, 10,574 miles; Philadelphia. 8,426 "miles; Pittsburg, 13.590 miles; Cincinnati, 10.X62 miles: Chicago, 14,579 miles and St. Louis, 11,081 miles. In St. Louis nil conflicts Tiave been eliminated for tile first time and each league has thirteen Sundays for itself, or fifty per cent of the whole. There are but two scheduled double headers both in Huston. Each club plays on twenty-six Sat urdays out of u possible twenty-six. The salary of President Lynch was Increased from $3,000 to $10,000 a 5'car RACE RESULTS At KmomUle. Oakland, Cal., Feb. 15. The cur tain was rung down on the racing sea son in California when the last race was run at Emeryville today. Owing to the Walker-Young nuti-betling bill going into effect the, meeting which was originally scheduled to run 100 days was brought to a close at the end of the eighty-second day. About six thousand enthusiasts attended the obsequies. There was a sensational feature to the racing when Azo, quoted at 40 to 1, won the Adios handicap. The oth er events were keenly contested and there were some good finishes. Joeky Shilling, whose mounts were confined to the stable of George W. lierry, was restored to good standing today as was Jockey Gilbert, First race, seven furlongs: Hanlady won; Hcda, second; Gulene Gale, third. Time, 1:22. Second race, mile: No Quarter won; 'Inkand, second; Partington, third. Time. 1:40 3-5. Third race, futurity course: Daddy liuu won; Jest, second; Dargln, third. Time, 1:13 1-5. Fourth race, mile and seventy yards, Adios handicap: Aio won; Fea ther Duster, Second; Jack Paine, third. Time, IMS 2-6. Fifth race, one mile: Godfather won; Eiidymioii II, second; Ayme, third. Time, 1:45. Sixth race, mile and' a sixteenth: Miami won; Eddie Grnnoy, second; Marburg, third. Time, 1 :52 3-5. ' Seventh race, one mile and a six teenth: Massa won; Ahella. second; Flora Kilcy, third. Time, 1:54. At Jiwksonvilh'. Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 15. Sir John Johnson, making his first ap pearance ut Muiurkf afternoon, defeated a field of fair sprinters in the third rnce and the bookmakers suffered by h!s victor;', h a price beln forced down from 2 to 1 o 7 to 5. Jack Parker, the 7 to 10 favorite, en Mured the feature event, the Key West selling Ktake, value $1,300, by u beck from Star Hlue. Jockey Loftns was suspended for n fleck 'or rough t illing. First race, 4 furlongs: Walter Scott Von; Day May, second; Naughty Hose, third. Time, 4!: 2-5. Second race 5 1-2 furlongs: Fort Every Woman la luwPma na imram w 7 about the womioiful ' MARVELWhirlingSprsy pn.fc ao. lcm. 0 cii :nMntly. mnlmir1itforlt 11 MCiniMI ium.it "mini, n.-.vjit no etliT, lint na mtnn f..r Iliwnit.Mt hook- nvnTid. ft I'm rrtlialiir fcml tlLr'tni lu lut,i. 1,. n,in, M n I I I (. i:i.in;iiis,r. vwtolifc- REST AMD HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD. r MhH. W1.H8L0WM Roothiko Svnrf lit" be"; M fnrovrr K1XTY VKARS bv Mlt.UKlNH of "OTHKK9 for (heir CHIt.DRKN WHII.R JI'.HTHINO, with PKRFKCT Kl'CCKSS. II WIOTIIHS the CIII1.I). SOPTKNS the GUMS, AU.AVSnll I'AIS ; CUKIiS rt'lNDCoLlC, at ' tin-1,01 Kinniy f,.r j.iiAkiua;A. 11 i- iii!' "lut,,y hnnnlrm. Ilr mir snd lc tor "tout "itislow'i Soothing Syrup," and tike mother tiUii "I'wrttl ,-mi a lu.,,1 AN l.$iv'2Sl ':sfiiVv iIM. third. Time, 1:08 1-5. Third race, furlongs: Sir Join Johnson won; Premier, second; The Siiuire, third. Time, 1:13 4-5. Fifth race, mile and seventy yards: Goleonda won; Pixie Knight, sec? id; Judge 'Walton, third. Time, 1:46 3-1. 5ixth race, mile and sixteenth: Ed win I-, won; Shapdale, second; Third Hall, third. Time, 1:47 2-5. At Tn m pa. Tampa. Fl.i., Feb.-15. Xooskalceut was the only winning favorite tod .y form players suffering five straight defeats. Tennessee Hoy, who h.ts been started for a good thing several times recently, won today praetientlv neglected In the betting. The defxr.t of Dander in the first race was ' le most serloiiM blow to the public. Firnt race, mile and seventy yards: Sweet Owen won; Lady Hippie, sec nd; r.rougham, third. Time, 1:53 4-5. Second race, 5 1-2 furlongs: George Turner won; Okoloua, second; T. D. Spears, third. Time, 1:13 1-5. Third race, (1 furlongs: John Maris won; H. J. Swannor, second; Easy Life, third. Time, 1:17 1-5. Fourth race, 5 furlongs: Tennessee Hoy won; Mae Hamilton, second; Tom Shaw, third. Time, 1:05 4-5. Fifth race, 5 furlongs: Hen Sand won; Clianute, second; St. Ptinstnn, third. Time, 1:05 2-5. Sixth race, one and one-sixteenth miles: Neoskaloetii won; Minot, sec ond; Louis Katz, third. Time, 1:55 1-5, At Juarez. Juarez, Mx., Feb. 15. Only two favorites managed to get home In front at Tcrrazas park today and the tajent had a very disastrous day. Napa Nick easily won the fourth event at six furlongs. Summary: First race, selling, 2 year olds, 4 I furlongs: Lady Knnkln won; Lady Ttughes, second; Erfolk, third. Time, :47 4-5. Second race, selling, 4 year olds and up, C furlongs: Pilaiu won; Savage, second; Thurbet, third. Time. 1:13 1-5. Third race, selling, 4 year olds and up, mire: Indian Maid, won; Fancy, second: Minnolette, third. Time, 1:39 2-5. Fourth race, 3 year olds and up, G furlongs: Napa Nick, won Jioyal Cap tive, second; Marjorle A., third. Time, 1:12 1-5. Fifth race, 6 1-2 furlongs: Salall, won; Love Not, second; Double F., third. Time, 1:0G 3-5. Sixth race, selling, 4 year olds and up, one mile: Ocean Queen won; John Lewis, second; Bud News, third. Time, 1:38 2-5; - No Hope of Revival of Legalized Racing; Belmont Offers to Give Thoroughbred Horses to Government, Hy Morning Journal Ppectnl I.raord Wlrr New York, Feb 15. Sportsmen from north, south, oast and west, sat down to tables at the first dinner of its kind ever held In this country to night. Called in the interests of sport in general, there were moru than 300 j, resent among them financial and so cial leaders in New York, lloston, Phil adelphia, Cleveland, and other cities. August Helmont, chairman of the Jockey club, which controls racing throughout the country, presided. Among othcrg present was Kcginnhl Vatulerbilt and Thomas F. Hyan of New York and Itlehmond. Mr. Helmont, on being Introduced, said tiio banquet had not the remotest connection with any movement look ing toward legal relief for horse rac ing or appeals to the lawmakers for enabling legislation. Later ho an nounced he would offer to the govern ment Bix stallions to start a national breeding bureau following tho lines of France, Germany, Canada and other countries. Included In his six are "Henry of Navarre," which once . i'. inofin ,.i mu'lliin nnit "Oe- nroiiKoi - ' tiigon, the s re of Ueklame, winner i of the Biiburban handicap, one of the M P itest horses ever bred in any coun- i Contiiiulng Mr. Convinced as Helmolit said: We are that our ivmup Is a common one, we are gaui- crcd hero tonight f HHerprci u, m pronioti I,y means 01 iiicoo.y er.orse. every healthy, clean unit i- vlgoratlng sport where the horse plays ,. nrt Every other nation of the first Mass rncnirages the ucvcio,,.e,o. of the thoroughbred." Mr. Helmont raid the army ning to romplain that It cannot read- H . .'...!...l C,r tin CflV- ily find horses reuunvu .... airy. JctiHPii Wins Decision. LcndvlUe. Colo., Feb. 15. Peler Jensen of Denver wns given the de claim over Frank Hose f .New orn st the end of twenty rotiii'ls of hard fighting. Itose a ail In when tno end came nnd the bell saved a Knock out, MoCm-lliy Win lh-cl-loii. Oakland. F -b. 1 ri. Johnny Mc Carthy of San Francisco was given ilw decision over Morris Hlootn of f'hlcaeo after n last six-round here tonight. bout Philadelphia SlK Pitcher. Philadelphia, Feb. 15. Wallace L. Sehull.e, the star twlrler of the 1IH0 I'niversity of Pennsylvania baseball team tonight Eigncd three year con tract to play with the Philadelphia V.''1l"'i..l l'-a'-f. Carroll won; old Hoy, second urn If GLOOMY STATE ATHLETES H GOOD SHAPE lEATIISIS BY JUDGE M'FIF Wicstlcrs Who Are to Meet on! Mat Friday Night in Pink of Condition and Match Should be Interesting, Reports from the training quarters of "Farmer" Malice and Simon lies chler. the big German, are to the ef fect that both men are in splendid shape Tor their match at the Elks' theater Friday night. Mabee. praeti- j Clearance Sale, You've seen them be cally completed his lroavy work yes- fore and there really is little need to terday when he returned from a long j waste breath telling of the rare Imr run of ten miles, which was under-' gains in beautiful things that this pop- taken for improvement in his wind facilities. Deschler is doing most of his work at his quarters and for to day and tomorrow will do no heavier work than play ball and round around the block. The indications are that the match will be un interesting event and it is likely that a large crowd of fans will I attend. The best two falls out of! three will decide the match. Strangle off. Pretty good for n starter, no? holds will he barred and the referees) Forty per cent Is also cut off the will insist on straight clean and ' price of brle-a-brae, cut glass, brass scientific wrestling. (.goods, toilet and manicure sets, and 1 .Hlbles. Twenty-flVo per cent off on MAlU:i: OYKiriTIlXS A alt books; 33 1-3 per cent off on ko- 1IAI.F IM)ZE WKKSTI.FKSj dak books and post card al- A half dozen wrestlers took turns! bums; an Immense line of the trying out with Mabee in the Elks' I ""est stationery, a third, to a theater last night, none being able! halt off. Hl'ty dozen tablets to put the farmer on the broad of'of well known brands. Highland his buck. Gertlg, who wrestled Ma- lllu' B,lJ French satin 111 writing p:i bco about ten days ago, proved no m"1' slightly damaged by smoko but mutch for the big boy last night being really as good as ever are to be sold thrown half n dozen times in u com-. 'or half the regular price, parntlvely short time. Tin so are some of tiie best things Mabee will be at the theater this "o: the'inost attractive prices; but cv afteinoon at 4 o'clock and any local erytlilng goes ut a big reduction und strong man who believes he knows a ,ho chance to get double the worth lew things ubout wrestling Is Invited to try rut with the-farmcr. i I Shriilih Outruns lla,ycs. Phlnadelphia, Feb. 15. Alfred Shrl.b, the English runner, defeated Johnny Hayes of New York in a twelve mllu match race at the Ameri can Athletic club tonight. Time, one hour, three minutes, 2 2-5 seconds. International Howling Congress. St. Paul, Feb. 15. The Capitols of St. Paul displaced the Schmidts In the leadership of the international bowl ing tournament here tonight when they rolled 2,849. The high scorers In the doubles were Hrahev nnd llenden strom of St. Paul with 1133. J. Christiansen of St. Paul led In the singles with 591. Souvenirs today. Wo believe in giv ing the people the Worth of their money. We believe In good measure and honest weight. We go out of our way to please. Our ticket taker wears a perpetual smile. Employes must smile all the time it Is stipu lated in the contracts when they are employed. Employes must be polite; must be courteous. We have the best of everything for home fi Iks, We do not swell up because w have the business. We try to pleas0 that much more. Dig crowds nightly have crowned the iiiccess of that Gem the ater. Happens for ten rents. Souven irs today Plan Proposed to Fit Up Com plete Shop Where Members of Organization May Learn Useful Trades, Hoc. E. S Stover and others are. ;li ,.!,. ,.,.,., "" the plan to fit t complete machine, carpenter ,.....,, , ,Ui,,ueo of inaugurating a manual and Indus- trial training leuture in connection ' with the P.oy Scouts' organization. Mr. St vor has some fifty dollars worth of machinery nii apparatus which ho will donate toward ni h nil Institu tion an, others have made similar of fers. so thcrp. Is no doubt that h com plete shop could he fitted up without expense to the boys save- f r tho ele -trical power, fin v. Stove.- bus Kent the. Morning Journal tho foilcwlu.f com munication: Editor Morning Journal: In Mr. Oray'g most excellent urtlclo on the Hoy Scouts movement publish- ed In the Journal of Hth Inst., lie' quotes Sir Kobert linden-Powell, the I founder of the movement as saying: "The second step Is I he teaching of some handicraft, so that the boys will not be without skill when they grow to manhood, one of our great alms Is jto get the boy to learn a trade," Cannot AlbiKjuernue do something along this line? Am oulte sure It can if it will make tho effort. Will not ! the good Indies who are encouruging the boys In this rand movement take this matter tinner aiinsement 7 I nm thev Would tn:,ki n oeeeM of It Albii'iuerqiio should lead in this mat ter, The great need of the day Is manual training, our common school system will never be complete with out It. Respectfully, 11. S. STOVE It. FIRM BELIEVERS IN RECIPROCITY THE GEM MANUAL TRAIN! FOR BOY SCOUTS Journal Want ArfifieiJjLsnltife DOTllllL CLEARANCE MAMDAMUS DENIED All Kinds of Real Baigains in a Limitless Variety of the Pretty Things That Made This Store Fainous, There have been sales and sales in Albuquerque this winter but the rest sale with a capital 'S'' is coming off at Mutaon's beginning Saturday, Feb ruary IS. This Is Matron's Annual ular store always offers. Owing to the fact that Matson has a. larger anil more varied stock und n slightly bet ter grade of goods this year, tho an num (balance sine is bound to prove one of the big shopping attractions of the season. Here are a few features: Ladles' hand bags, 40 per cent off; all i ther leather goods. 3a 1-3 per cent of your money is one not to be sneez ed at. Courteous and efficient salespeople, low prices and flno stock; It Is a com bination hard to beat. HOPE OF PEACE LIES This Country Must Lead World Movement Declares Conn Apponyi, Eminent Hungarian Statesman, (fly Morning Journal Sitrcliil I.euwd Wire Washington, Fib. 15, With America, lies tli - power of greatest good in (lie cause of world pea J lus opinion was expressed by Count Allien Apponyi, the eminent Hungar ian statesman, in un address tonight at Carnegie hall before a distinguished and representative gathering. Baron Von llerigelmullcr, the Aus trian-Hungarian anlliassador to the t'nited States; Andrew Carnegie and Archbishop Furl ' were on the plat form. Molding front rank in the peace movement, it lies with America ti point the way to her older sisters ini count, said, and made the plea i rial American apostles o. peueo preach the doctrine In Europe, "lu ttiis way,'1 lie said, "jou Amer leans may efficiently assist us. You can do it by your example, by d veioping within your continent peace institutions tit to serve as a mode! to Hie world at large: by proposing, as President Tail announced his inten lion to co, animation tre.itiis on broad lines to the powers of Europe. Cut you can do it In a direct way through the voice of your clotjuenl leaders," Tho tone of the count's address showed that thuiuh he believes iilli maU) universal pence Is on the wav. lie in of tho opinion the way will be a loijg one. He analysed at length the racial antagonism and Inveterate llti(a! jealousies which bcct the uroai Europe:.! u powers. Li'.oig up the world's powers, as rt Minis peace, Count Apponyi. after placing this country first, said: 'Next to America, England Is the coi.ntry where the pence, movement stands ii'ghest; France follows at some ili'iliuiec: in the list of Europe, the belief In peace nnd the possibility of ,f rmithent institutions to secure it Is rot yet a. tr-rlous power ill poli ties." PEACE CONFERENCE TO END HONDURAN TROUBLE Puerto Coi'lei:. Honduras, Feb. 13. Via Wirless to New Orleans flen rral Maximo I'osales, representative of President Danvllla at the eomini! peace conference on board the gun boat Tacoma, Said today the live leaders of the liberal party would not accept Ocncrul Manuel iionllla us president of Honduras. The confer ence, is expected to begin Moldny. l'ifty political prisoners were re leased ttt Han Pedro today by tho I'c- ucst of the Honduras government. MuMuil l.au hi Nicaragua. Managua, Meanigua, Feb. 1 j. So Tar us the ln esligaiton Into tin cause of the explosion In tho am munition barracks lias been carried out, it discloses no criminal Intent agitlmt the gov rnnient. Neverthe less, martial law Is being strictly maintained. Kaiser oixiid-ccul. I'.erlin, Feb. 15. The condition of the emperor is greatly Improved and he tins accepted provisionally an Invi tation to the ball to be given Friday evening by the Imperial chancellor, Or. Von Ih'thmaiin-llollweg. loiiqitlti Miller Critically III. Oklund, Cat., Fell. 1 Joaiiiln Miller Ihe "poet of tile Sierras'' Is . CllUetti comliliuu ill u bull le, I. Physicians diagnose the nurd ' "' -.il. .j, mm I AMER CA Ameiican Lumber Company Fire Company Not Entitled to Warrant for Poition of Terri torial Insurance Fund, INlwtnl llimtrh lu tho Murnlnt Jottrnidl Santa Fc, N. M., Feb 15, Two im portant matters wero disposed of to day by Judge John it. Mcl'le in the district court. In the matter of the Omnia Land and Improvement com pany against u number of settlers, brought Tor the partition and quieting of title to tho Pledre Lnmbre grant, situated near Aiilquiu, llio Arriba county, the court appointed E. C. Ah. butt us referee to take proofs, inuke findings of fact and present coiiclu r.ions ut law with all convenient speed. Mandamus iK uled. Hi tho petition for u w rit of manda mus by the fire company of the Amer ican Lumber company of Albuquerque vs. Territorial Auditor w. (1, Sar gent, to compel the latter to issue a warrant in favor of the plaintiff for a certain amount of tho territorial in sunuicn iouno, as nud t,cen tho cus tom before the passage of the liltiit law, was denied. The case had been submitted on briefs, Attorney tietieral Frank V. Clancy appearing for the territory. The opinion by Judge Me I' to goes into the points raised at length. He holds that the net of 1D0 making specific appropriations to certain enumerated Incorporated fit tos and towns in the, territory pre eluded tho uudltor from disbursing any of thu Insurance fund to fire com- panics In any other than the riiutn eruted incorporated t itles and towns. U did not therefore become his duty to Issue ;i warrant on the Insurance fund to the relator file company as such was not provided for In the isnit net which prescribed iijtetv method displacing the old methods for the dis tribution of aid to firo companies In incorporated places. Nor is the peti tioner situated tn any Ineorported nm. tilelpallty and the intent of the act is clearly that only fire companies so situated should benefit by tho distrib ution. Notaries Public Denied. Acting Governor Jaffa has appoint rd William A. Stansell of Hons, Cha ves county, und Charles K. Ulppey of Flora Vista, San Juan county, notar it's public, Dissolution. Articles of consent of voluntary tils. solution of the Cimarron Prick nnd Tile corn puny were filed In the terri torial secretary's office today bv the directors or the company, O, o. Pease, president; M. S. Kllputrlck. secretary and 'treasurer and (. A. Kllpulrick. These own two-thirds of the stock t.iK'H lo Wiiuoii Mound. Superintendent of Public Instruction J. E. Clark will leave tomorrow fol Wagon Mound to attend the promo tion exereh'es i f the eighth grade. Eight pupils will he given certificate udmiiting thein to the high rehool. The department of education has received two more requests for travel ing libraries and these libraries will he shipped in Hie near future. Admitted (o New Mexico. Tho American Hunkers' Insurance corn pany of Chicago, 111., has tofluy been admitted to transact a Ufa In surance business in -New Mexico. Tbe coin imnv had on December :!t. 1910, a paid tip eush capital of $176, "(ili.07 end a surplus of $01,217.02. Water Application. Territorial Engineer Charles I). Miller today improved the following applications for permits to appropriate- public water. 45. Isabella L, Thompson of Sil ver Cllv, JV. M ., :iZ4 acre teet trout Stone. Corral! Draw Irrigation of 320 lien s nnd to rest S2,0nil. 40". AV M. Fyfle, tt a I.. Itoswell, N. M.. from Spring nnd Salt ( reek for 1!0. 1", sec-ft., Irrigation of 1 440 acres, to cost $5.0(10, cut to 10 scc-ti. 471. Claude Stockton of Union. N, M., from Arrovo for I I .' sec-ft., cut .1 sec-ft., continuous flow. 472. Farmers' Development Co., Springer, N, M., Feepagc troui con tracted works supplemental supply for 10,0011 acres to cost $.".,r,00, fail. Cpton Hum., Solano, X. M., in acres from Hurra and Clnt.i reeks to cost Jl.000, water appropria tion cut to l sec-ft., continuous now during Irrigation season. 500. Cleavehind & Weiillierbead, Mogolloii, N. M., waters oi Mivcr ere, k for mining, milling and iiomes- tle purposes o cent $. fo 0. I mid Entries. The following were the lend en tries at tile belli land "lliee vcnu-i- r.i.l Diiran. Wagon Mound. Morn loiintv; Willbun J, Hnrrnss, Lu ',ci. Torrance county; John C Pauri i tiers. Fast Las Vitus; Louis V'lette, Ininirigo. Colo.; Ollbert H. Wlllholte, Fiirniinuton. Snn Juan county; Jacob Stinilgar. .Mendon, III.; Diego Motitoyn, f'hleo, Collax county; Jesus Lope',, t'uerteocilo, Socorro count)'. r.dwi nlloiuil Directory. Tli,. department of public instruc tion has Issued the 19tO-lli E'lucu tloiiMl Directory of New Mexico which Is i. pent booklet of some 120 pages iiihI which contains a wealth or infor mation about the teachers and their work la every county of the territory. One cannot cnlv I'xeortuln from this book the tIMe of opening and closing of the term of the school but also the nnme of the teacher, what grade. eerllllinle he or she holds and what i-iilurv Is received. The school cenns Is 'ilso given and much other valuable Information. The booklet will he rent to lenehers end will serve no doubt its an Incentive to eo higher posi tions presenting, ns it docs, the mimes of those now ut Hie top. You aro probnblv ttwnre Hint pneu monia slwnvs results from a cold, bit) you never heard of a cold result Intr tn iini-iitnoiila when ChnmbT Iain's Poush lieinedy was used, Why Inks Hie risk when this renifilv niav hi, had for a trifle? For salt) by nil MONTEZUMA GROCERY AND LIQUOR COMPANY Copper and Third Inlortcd ami Domestic Goods. Sss-talty of Lucca Pure Ollne Oil. Wholesale and Kftall Liquor. Agent for San Antonio l.lino. Always l-fli, ITIc Ki;;l,t. tall, Phone or Send for Solicitor, l'hono 1029. Montezuma Trust Company ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO Capital and Surplus, $100,000 INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS ffuwiiniiMiiiTrii iriina Oak and Maple Polished Flooring Builders' Supplies Albuquerque Lumber Co., 423 N. 1st St mi ins is LECTURE TOPIC University 'of California Pro fessor Delivers Interests Address Under Auspices of Archaeological Society, RpK-ll turrmiumilrnr tn Mnrnlns Ji,ml Santa Kc, X. M Ki-h. 1 1 Profes sor Nels C. Nelson of the University of California kept a large and tntcl legent audience Riicssing und gasping at the high school auditorium last night when he delivered a lecture on "The Incus of rem." It was given under tile auspices of the Archaeol ogical society and Judge John H. MeFle, president ot th society, In troduced tho speaker, and slides. The lecture was Intensely interesting becuustt It tin k the listener over the mysterious and romantic paths of Per uvian civilization; it recalled the days when ns boys and girls, 1'reseolt's History was eaigerly devoured; It showed the similarity or adobe con struettiie to our own, and the moun tainous portion of rein was found tn he similar to our own plateaus and was inhabited up to an altitude of 14,000 feet, or a thousand feet higher than the top of Mount lialdy. Tho Illustrations were human in tercut and wero well suited to give one a view of IVru In the year of A. 13.. 1200 as far as remains can form such a picture. The lecturer showed slides which gave ft 'fair Idea of the topography of 1'eiu, its coast, Its mountains und Its forest region. The mountains aro the grainiest mountain masses outside of the Himalayas, and tho eastern runge Is Ihe highest. Homo of tho peaks reach 16,000 to 22,000 feet. The re gion Immediately about Lake Tltl enca, on of tho most noted large lakes in tho world, because of Its ele vation of 1 2,645 feet, is n drnlnnge DOLLIVER'S SUCCESSOR REMAINS TO BE CHOSEN lies Moines, lu., Feb. 1 r. Support - ers of Judge W. H. Kenyon tonlnht de cided that they would not now Join In the movement started lu the legis lature today by the standpatters and the radical Cummins element for the election of .Supreme Judge il. E. Deemer to succeed liolllver nnd w hose levatlon will give Coventor Carroll chance to appoint a standpatter on the snort me court of Iowa. lly taking up JiuMo licemer, the standpatters eliminated Henator I al Young from consideration. KING GEORgTtO WEAR MANTLE OF PREDECESSOR London, Feb. 15 The Times hears that King (leorge has decided to wear at the coronation the Im perial tnantle worn by (leurgi IV., In stead of that worn by Kilwnrd VI f The mantle, which l In II slate id pt rfect. preservation, Is made ut the finest cloth of gold and surrounded with ll deep llouiiee of pure gold Ibread. PROMPTLY SLAYS MAN WHO SLAPS HIS WIFE Iavl, Cal..' phot and kill, night been use shipped Mrs. ( Kel., 1 Ti. 'I, It. Cum il Charles Pudge to ll Is alleged Podge alii. Cnrrl was waikbig with his Wife totili-.ht lout, the street when they no t Podge. Mrs. Cnrri told podge th.it slm wished to talk "Mb him, duly I, few Words were spoken when Dodge Is alleged to luive slapped Mrs. Carrl. SCRATCH FROM WOMAN'S HATPIN PROVES FATAL lloston, Feb. 1 Scratched iiv u woman s hat pin. which was liiruM Into Ills check accidentally while he riding on a street car here January 3, Captain Andrew Kngliind, of Peak's Maud, Me, died at the tllv hospital today. h'rysipclus "as de veloped. .11" wit ox , old. Jury Secured for llrlls'i-y Trial, New York. Feb. 1 A full Jury tn try the phnrges that Frank J. Cnd ner, a former stale senator, attempt ed to bilbe Representative into tl 1'oelker, then alho it stale senator, was obtained Into today. The tiiul will begin tomorrow. Sister of tiiiNxamiy Pat Is pead, Keyser, V. Vn Feb. ID, Mrs. Kllr.a Ihixloti, aged S5, sister of Henry tlas- SaMay put IK, I',! no r lc loo, i.iln v a e presldentinl niuilliee, is dead ut her Opera House TUESDAY, FEB. 21 The Prince of Dialect Comedians. BEN HOLMES Sued Northland Mnger in Ole Olson l eu I'etidtick's Famous Com. cd- Tuenty Yfitrs of StlCffsx Has Matlo MILLIONS LAUGH N t'.W Ml SIC SONUS sri IIALTIK.S. sis 150 ,.U (illS 150 nun s or SMM.KN NOT A m i sii pit i i:ki:t i uom oTiir.us. rices sr. AM anc, 75c, It.oo Vr MATSON'S province by Itself, and wos this source of the civilisation of tho Incns whoso capital was nt C'lixsn. TetU is a eotiotf of contrntlletlons It has desert titrd ' ' ' ' ' few thltiKs grow- or live ' i wat ered vnllevs wherein tlio most luxarl oiis vegetation abounds. It has every variety of climate, torrid hent In somo of the deep valleys and pereptual snow with arctic cold on the higher mountains above, 16,000 feet. It was with keen interest that one was led over the history of this re mnrknblo country which has a golden nura of romance and mystery around it. Mr. Nelson showed that great civ ilizations and cultures hud their rise only in temperate climes. Mr. Nelson told id the visit to Peru by (he Spaniards in 1531, and how they found u civilisation not free from wars. But it was the snelent civilization. Hint lending hack to the 12th century, that the lecturer dwelt on Willi greater emphasis, and si times with hurrying buck many hun dreds of years farther by pictures of the massive stone work of thu an cients. Tito Incus. The Incus, which furnished tho name for tho lecture, established their capital ut Cuzco In the 12th cen tury nnd gradually extended their do minion from Quito lu Kcuudor on tho north to the, borders of Chill on the south. In astronomical Bclenco ami chronology they appear inferior tu the Aztecs, nnd their buildings were simpler, being seldom more than ons story high, hut they were massive. The floors, cs seen by pictures shown lust night, wero narrower at the top than tho bottom, a pattern found In lOgypt. The Incus were great road makers however, and the science of Irrigation was well understood. The lecturer showed pictures which proved the Picas were adepts 111 tho working of gold, silver and precious stones, though their tools wero only of bronze; nml their fabrics ot cot Ion and vlcumn were beautiful In both textura nnd coloring. Tho design of the rnt Was found in some of thu fa brics and the cut ions eyes and comb: (nil caused gales of laughter to sweep over the audience. The Incus were not always at pour and Hlicn they 'fought they used clings for David and Ooliatli combats resulting in many broken skulls. Hut they ha, surgeons too, and tlio art of trepiining was known, us was shown In. tin- pictures of several skulls Hie of them indicated that tho piilletit had died under the operation which Was not completed. lhi'lal. And alter an Incus died he was treated with great respect. Ills arms were folded, his knees drawn up to his chin and he was given tho "sack." This wan literally tying him np In a Iiukx bag and burying him In sand to allow his body to be mummified SometlmeH a l.ilse bend was alt, tolled to the him li. and thin hend of w ood wns painted like a mask und had Hit ornament n It like n Filver or gold crown. The (lend Picas looked tho peiMonlflcatlou of dignity. The mommies were Mmltni' how our to those if oilier Indian tribes found In .Norlli America. That Incus veto pretty good em toonlsts ," iiIho demonstrated. And In their pi .tares of warriors they showed a fertility of Imagination for no two garments Wert? alike. Their legs wero encased in close filtlntf "puttees" and their Jackets were fast rued with verv smart hells. T-'i i-.vl" i ''-- -