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THE ALEiQUEQUE MORNING JOURNAL. MONDAY, APRIL 17, 1911.
fawn 22!! tfesfcr aid Buster spjjE act Crystal B oday 1 1 ' V::-.ri:,:8-i::7i:-: : : , : ' i' SPORTS BASEBALL ANDING OF THE TEAMS National LfHW. W. I Pet. .1 0 1,009 .3 1 .67 .2 1 .6T . t .600 .2 2 .500 .1 2 .333 .12 .332 .0 2 .000 t.ouib tladelphla sburg ok'yn . hton clnnatl . .. American lKue, I Pet. 0 1,000 1 .66? 1 .667 2 .BOO 3 .400 2 .333 2 .333 I .250 trolt ? ishinstnn w Tork Louis , tladelphla tslon icago .1 1 . Where They Play Today. National League. Brooklyn at New Tork. Philadelphia at Boston. St. Louis at Cincinnati, Pittsburg at Chicago. American League. Chicago at St. Louis. Cleveland at Detroit. New Tork at Washington. Boston at Philadelphia. NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburg 4; CMcngo 1, Chicago, April 16. Pittsburg che ated Chicago 4 to 1 here today in e first game of the series, cni- Ko's one run was made on a dkbo i hulls, a double and a single. The owd was so large it overflowed into be outfield and a nit into hub icru- Iry went for two bases. Score: rj- lilcaga ,..,..001 000 000 I V 2 lUBburg ..V, ,,100 210 Q00 4 n u Butteries Brown ana Arcner, bmalti and Gibson. St. I-onis 6; Cincinnati 2. Cincinnati, O., April 16. Sallee its in fine form this afternoon ano d no trouble In holding down me als. Cnptaln Breenahan's batting A the fielding of the entire 1st. tils team were features. Svore: v , Louis .....001 002 0205 9 0 m innatl . . . . 000 000 101 Z o Batteries Sallee and uresnanan, spar, Keefe and Mciean. ciame. AMERICAN LEAGUE Chicago 7; St. Louis I. St. Louis. April 16. Chicago -won first game of the opening game the series with the local team to by a score of 7 to 1. Walsh uck out eight men. In the eighth Ving Mclntyre went Into the over- tw crowd and made a sensational h of Clark a long drive. Kiore: Pj- I-nnls .... .001 000 800 1 7 Z BKn .002 040 1001 7 6 and latteries Gregory, Pfeffer ike; Walsh and Sullivan. Detroit 8; Cleveland S. Detroit, April 16. With Lively, a rult. pitching, Detroit defeated veland today. 5 to 2. Doubles by ile and Jackson scored Cleveland, ore: R. H. k. Ivrland ....100 100 0002 7 1 (rooit 200 001 02 6 11 1 latteries West, Krapp and Smith; iy and stanage. COAST LEAGUE. t Han Francisco. Morning game. ore: R. H. is land S 10 2 land 12 0 iitteries Fullerton. Koestner and fray; Wigga, Knight and Mitze. ternoon game: R. H. a. land 8 13 1 and 4 11 9 atterles Fullerton, Steen and ray; l'ernoll and Mitze. t Sacramento. ore: . R. Angeles 0 nimento 12 atterles Klein, Crlger and Ab- rltHKernld and Thomas. Log Angeles: Morning game R. H. E. r1"" a n 2 Pranclsco 4 11 3 btterlea Sehafer, Raleigh, Glpe Mogan, Sheehan; Miller and ernoon game R. H. E. V'n 7 A i P'mndKco 10 6 ""rles Breckenrldge. and Brown , aastiey and Berry. Sacramento n TT W Weleg o' 7' 4 "nento 12 n 0 'fries Klein. Crigcr and Ab Fltzgerald and Thomas. CAN ASSOCIATION Toledo: Toledo. 10: Ht .Paul 9. Omaha ' t.in.i a nh. Neb., Anrll l ni or n 4 Omaha Western league club "'men uncoln of th same Hftrrl hlt.ln. .1 . 1 u , met h.chih -nuire. 1 It, Jop, icfcBU ottumw. "7., Mn ' Apr" K The. Io "stern lr ,,,. i..v . . , tn ... " wnn hi, mini ,i ??in. from " Ottumwa. la., ; ""tion c ub thl urm. r w , ,.Cl"'". ft. Joneph's ; i p hit hard, but hel ' ..i ifinrnes. I Denver Muskogee Muskogee, Okla.. April 16. Heavy hitting tn the fourth, tltth and sixth save the Denver Western league club the game here today from the Mus kogee Western association team by a seore of to 1. An error gave the locals their only score. Score: R. H. E. Muskogee 1 6 2 Denver 12 1 Batteries Kennedy and Wilson; Ehmann. Hagerman and McMurray. SWASTIKAS BEATEN Murphy, Classy Southpaw, Proves Puj?!aarj Holds Op ponents At h: Mercy, The Swastikas were no match for the Happy-Go-Lucky bunch yester day at Luna park, the score ending 16 to 4 in favor of the Happy bunch. Murphy, the classy southpaw of the Happys, held his opponents at his mercy for six innings, when he weak ened, and the Swastikas scored four runs. With the assistance of Hig gins, the hard-hitting shortstop of the Varsity, these two boys gave as fine an exhibition of terrific hitting as haB been seen in this section for some time. The Swastikas changed bat teries on the Happys twice, but to no avail. The Happys had on their clouting clothes and they proposed to hand the Swastikas a bunch not soon to be forgotten. Sllva, the Varsity pitcher In Sat urday's game, was in left field for the Happys and showed up well. Guevara and Ambrosia Chaves led the Happys at the bat and showed ud well In the field. The Mcl'annas, Joe and R were there with bells on all through the name. The Swastikas' fielding was weak and easily broken up, which largely accounts for the size of the score. The teams lined up as follows: Happys: Guevara, catcher; Mur Dhv. Ditcher; J. McCanna, first base; Papraik, second baae; Chavez, third base; Higgins, shortstop; Silva, left field; Stumpf, center field; R. Mc Canna, right field. Swastikas: R. Chavez, first base; Armijo, catcher; Romero, second base; D. Chavez, third base and pitch er;' A. Tonlro, pitcher and third base; Sandoval, left field; Meyers, right field; Montoya, shortstop; Martinez, center field. Thin makes an unbroken string of victories for the Happys this season, It is likely a game between the In dian school team, which has also an unbroken string of wins, will be ar ranged for the near future. APPRENTICES TOO F Weeks Fans Seventeen Would Be Hitters and Only Batting Rally in Ninth Inning Saves Cut-Off Boys From Shut Out, By a bRttlng rally In the ninth In ning the Belen Browns yesterday aft ernoon at Traction park kept them selves from being shut out by the Santa Fe apprentices. The final score showed the Santa Fe team to have six runs to the Browns two. The game was quite one-sided. The Apprentices had secured the services of Weeks, the crack pitcher of the Grays, who fanned seventeen men, walking two, and allowing only six scattered hits, which were well field ed. Walker, the slabman of the Belen Browns, struck out six men, walkeil eleven, and had six blngles scored oft his delivery. The apprentices will probably play with San Marclal in the near future. The following is the line-up: Apprentices: Chavez, catcher; Gonzales, third base; Trasello, first base; Weeks, pitcher; Howland, sec ond base; Behn, shortstop; Gutierrez, center field; Rudolph, left field; Hart line, right field. Belen: M, Baca, shortstop; Padll la, third base; Hill, first base; Arter. second base; P. Haca, catcher: Quin tans, left field; De Graftenreld. cen ter Held; Blevlns, right field; Walker, pitcher. Score by innings: Apprentices ..2 2 0 0 0 Belen Browns. 0 0 0 0 0 Pi n 6 22 Details of Saturday's Game With St, Michael's College Show Some Phenomenal Playing. The tabulated score of the game on Sntnrrtav at Santa Fe between the University of New Mexico and St, Michael's college presents some In teresting figures. It shows that the Varsity boys, coming out of their slump In the In dinn whool game of two weeks back batted like fiends, getting two home runs, one three-bngger, two two-base ap AST FOR BELEN SPLENDID RALLY IN FOR VARSITY hits and three tingles off Garcia, the crack pitcher for the Saints. They., however, failed to steal many bases on Urelgo, only one, Allen succeeding in working the trick In the sixth, while Higgins was at bat. Seder was. however, not so good behind the bat as Garcia, five n " ng safe on his wing. Seder, made a good sacrifice In lie t rst, getting Lembke to second a the nit, then he made it good b- koldlni: Silva In such shape as to t t nine out-outs to his credit by being an eff lent uacK htop and catching ' fly in the seventh. Allen on first Diaved an errorless game, getting eight put-outs, two hits and a run. And so it goes. All the boyg were in the game from the first to the last. Murphy and Gladding getting home runs in the ninth that finally put the Saints to the bad com pletely. The tabulated score follows: UN1VKRSITY. AB R BH PO A E Lembke. 3b 4 0 0 1 1 2 Seder, c 4 1 010 3 1 Allen, lb 4 1 2 8 0" 0 Higgins. s.s 4 1 1 1 3 0 Ringland, 2b 4 0 0 3 2 0 Oluddlng, c.f. .....4 2 2 2 0 0 Murphy, r.f 4 1 1 l o Silva, p 4 0 1 0 1 0 Spits, l.f 2 0 0 1 0 0 Dewald, l.f 2 0 10 0 0 Totals 36 6 8 27 10 3 ST. MICHAELS. AJJ R BH PO A Kelly, r.f. , 4 1 0 0 Miuco, Sb 4 0 2 2 Armijo, c.f. 4 1 2 3 Anaya, a s 4 0 1 3 Salvador, l.f. ...... 4 0 0 1 Garcia, p. . . . . 4 0 0 0 Lucero, lb 4 u u iu Griego, c 3 0 0 6 Paul, 2b ....3 1 1 2 Totals 34 8 6 21 13 2 SCORE BY INNINGS. 123466789 Varsity 00001000 6 6 St. Mitohels ...1 0 1 0 1 U o u u SUMMARY. Home runs Gladding, Murphy. Three-base hit Higgins. Two-bae hits Gladding, Murphy. Stolen bases University, 1 St. Michaels, 6. Sacrifice hit University, 1. Bases on balls Off Sllva, 1; off Garcia, 1, Double, plays Murphy to Lembke to Seder. Hit by pitcher Kelly and Garcia, both by Silva. ! Passed balls Grelgo, Seder. , Struck out By Guicia 6, by Sllva 9. COBB AND RAZEE MAKE GOOD SCORES AT R0SWELL SHOOT ranaelal (!orraMdMc o Merolac JoanaJl Roswell, N. M., April IS. At the Gun club's meeting yesterday after noon, the visitors made the best scores. W. F. Cobb of Albuquerque and Rush Razee, the traveling export, each broke 23 blue rocks out of 26. Other scores were as follows: Tom Loveless. 40 out of 60; H. P. Saund ers, 37 out of 60; M. D. Loveless, the' man who went with Buffalo Jones on his African Y":,-.'.'.; trip, 14 out of 25; Dr. C. F. Monttro nery, 16 out of 26; W, P, Satcaera, It out of 25. MOTOR CAN PARTY MAKES FAST RUN 0 CAPITAL A party of enthusiastic auto mobllers made the run from Santa Fe, N. M to thli city, a distance as shown by the speedometer of sixty five miles. In four hours and thirty five minutes. Leaving Santa Fe at ten minutes past 2 o'clock they reached this city at 6:45. Louis Ilfeld was the speed expert who engineered the trip safely and without Incident. Others in the party were Colonel and Mrs. M. L. Stern, Mrs. Louis Ilfeld and Miss Ruth Ilfeld. HorPe Racing at Taris. Paris, April 16. The Prix du President de La Republlque, a steeple chase handicap at two miles, six and one-half furlongs, was run over the Auteull course today. The stake amounts to 110,000, with a valuable trophy added. The winner was the chestnut filly Milo, owned by Gaston Dreyfus. M. Guerlain'g Hopper was second and M. Lledart's Teuton third. The Prix du Bols, a selling race at two miles, one and one-half furlongs, wu won by Eugene Flschoff's bay colt Oul, with Thomas Hitchcock's Lakoutak second. Motor Boat Racing at Monte Carlo. Monte Carlo, April 15. In the mo tor boat regatta today the Prince of Monaco's cup, valued nt $2000 and a cash prize of 1400 for one nautical mile was won by the Duke of West minster's Ursula In two minutes and thirty-four seconds. The cruisers prize of 1300 for the same distance was won by the Slgma labor in three minutes and fifteen seconds. Wind Halts Aerolaiio Flight, rueblo, Colo, April 16. On account of a dangerous wind only one flight was attempted today by tint Molsitnt aviators, who opened a three days' flight here. Rene Simon went up in a mono plane a distance of about 150 feet and for about three miles, but he came near losing control of his ma chine when it was struck by a guht of wind and came down, Flynti and Kaufniann Matched. Kansas City, April 16. Jim Flynn, the Pueblo flremun, and Al Kaufmann the California heavyweight, were matched here today to Jlght ten rounds before the Grand Avenue Athletic club during the second week In May. The date will be decided later. The Round Sleep of flood Health. Can not be over estimated and any ailment that prevents it is a menace to health. J. L. Bouthers, Eau Clalr. Wis., says: "I have been unable to sleep soundly nights, because of pains across my back ml soreness of my kidneys. My appetite was very poor and my general condition was mucn run down. I have been taking Foley Kidney Pills but a ahort time and now sleep as sound as a rock, my gen eral condition Is greatly Improved, and I know that Foley Kidney Pills have cured me." Sold by O'Reilly Co. HONORABLE JAPANESE BALL TEAM COMING The Japanese baseball team of t'.ie Pacific coast will be In this city o'l Mv 14 n tilav a game with the Grays. Manager Dan Padllla rus been in communication with tne man ager of the Orientals for some time. they being verv desirous of taking on the Albuquerque boya on their way east. This team of Japs claims to have the Japanese Matthewson wit it them in the form of tne pttcn-n Manager Padllla has a kod.ik pictu-s of the phenom and his motion In de livery reminds one of the great Chris ty a Kood deal. The Grays expect to formally open the season on May 6th, hut us yet I o team has been arranged 'or, for that Into Th. Janancse team, whicn is going to play Padllla'u bunch must not be confused with the Ut.lver.alty of Waseda bunch, which Is abi ut to begin a tour of the country. pUyins crack American teams, as tne Uam to be tn this city on May 14th it- com nosed entirely of Japs, resident of California. WASEDA I 'NIVKKKITV TEAM. IX) TOI K COI'NTHY The baseball team of the Lnlversiiy of Waseda of Japan, which arrived In thlH country on Thursday hint are now in training in San Francisco for a hard season's schedule of gumes with various colleges and universities of the United States, wnich will tie gin with a game against Leland Stan tord university at Palo Alto, Cal., on Tuesday next. The following is th schedule as arranged by the commit tees having the tour of the Jap mud cnts In charge: The Waseda team, numbering 'six teen players, sailed from Yokohama March 28 on the Nippon Maru In charge of Iso Abe, director of athlet Its at the Toklo institution. The playing schedule of the team Is as follows: April 18 Leland Stanford at Pftl Alto. Anrll 20 Santa Clara college nt Snata Clara. April 22 California at Berkeley. May 1 Utah at Salt Lake City. May 3 Colorado at Boulder. May, 5 Chicago at Marshall field May 9 Monmouth college at Mon mouth. , ' ' ,, May 10 Knox at Galesliurg. May 13 Northwestern' at Evans ton. .... ! i May 19 Ames at Ames. , May 20 Artnes t Ames. May; 23 Iowa at Iowa City, May 24--Iowa tit Iowa City. May 26 Minnesota t Minneapolis May 27 Minnesota at Minneapolis, May 211. Wlsconsla mt Madison. May 80 Wisconsin ' nt Madibon. June 1 Illinois at Urhana. June 6 Belolt at Belolt. June 9 Indiana nt Tsloomington June 10 Indiana nt Indianapolis, June 12 Purdue at Lafayette, Ind June 17 Chicago at Marshall field It is probable that addltlonul games will be arranged with several eastern colleges. !- Magdalena Report of Action of Deputy in Killing Wrong Man Puts Grave Light on Deed, The action of Deputy Sheriff Luna III killing Felipe Montoya, whom he believed to be Antonio Marque, and which occurred a short time ago in Socorro county. Is alleged to havo been unprovoked. The case Is of local Interest In view of the surrender here Friday of Antonio Marquex, the man whom the officer thought he wan ar resting. The Magdalena News aays: "Francisco Luna of Lemltar, So corro county, shot and killed Felipe Montoya, at Saladlto, a few miles east of Quemudo last Friday at 4 p. m. A few days ago Luna left Socorro with a commission as deputy sheriff In search of Antonio Marniiex, accused of having shot Carlos Tclles some time neo. Lutia learned that Mar quez had gone away from here by way of Saladlto a day previous to hU arrival here, and he continued after him toward Saladlto, where he met Montoya, and the looks of this man led him to believe he wag the man he was looking for and so he ap proached him and asked him to give himself up, and taking out his plHtol shot at poor Montoya three times, every shot taking effect. The sheriff did not ask the man's name or any other information. There was a man and old lady present and witnessed the killing. When asked what he knew about the shooting, the man said In very plain Spanish: 'Fran cisco Lunu told Fellpu Moiito.vu that he wna his prisoner and whiln say ing the word "prisoner" he shot lilm twice, and as Montoya was falling shot him tho third time, the bullet enti-ring III head.' "The old lady's statement Is as fol lows: "I was about the door of my house when Florentine Baca (th, other witness) arrived while Fran cisco Luna was talking to Felipe Mon toya and myself, when Luna told Montoya that he was hln prisoner, and before flnlahing tho word, fired at him, killing him instantly. As he killed him Luna said that he was the man he was instructed to arrest as he was a one-eyed man. I told him he was not a one-eyed man and that he was my neighbor and had a fam ily, and he said, "I've made a ter rible mlstnke," and that he was go ing to give himself up to the author ities.' "The deputy sheriff left a buggy horwo and harness he had and mount ed the other horse ami started ou his way to Magdalena to surrender. The dead man was 33 years of one, IcHvee a wlfp and 8-year-old boy and little babe 2 months old. His reputation was recognized as a good, honest, hard-working man, and his deiilh has Shocked the community. However, Luna pleads self-defense, believing that Montoya Intended to kill him." KILLING ALLEGED TD BE HASTY OF Successor to Paul Morton Big Manufacturer; News Notes of Interest Along the Santa Fe System, At a meeting of the board of dl rectors of the Atchison, Topeka Santa Fe Ruiiwav company in New York. Augustus D. Juilllurd of New York was elected to be a member of the board of directors of the company and a member of the executive com mittee, succeeding the late 1'iml Mor ton. Mr. Jiitlllard Is a man of affairs representing large milling and manu faeturing Interests in the east. He also ig a trustee of the Mutual Life Insurance company of New York, and one of the company s m avy kiock- tlrtl,lnr The Santa Fe. since Its reorganiza tion fifteen years ago, has kpt Itself, rlenr of the realm of speculation ny mining into the property all money received from thn imle of new Issues of stocks and bonds, thus allowing conservative Investors to acquire au Intercut In the company. The elic tlon of Mr. Jullliard to tnemhersntp on the board Is In line with the Santa Fe's new tiollcy. and his connection with industrial enterprises add to the already strung representation or con pervatlve business interests in tne oi rectory. The Santa Fe will build it depot at Girard, to take the place of the one destroyed by fire. There also win oe some yard improvements ut Girard, Solving Water ProMem. The Santa Fe has solved the water problem on Its Southern Kansas divl sion by the construction of six enor mous reaervolrs. Tney reuny i lnki'B covering hundreds of acres land." Tho largest of these reservoirs la nt Chanute. Tho big rains last week filled It, water running over the Relllwav for tho first time, The Cha nnt reKervoir covers 100 acres ground, and holds 160 million gallons f u,,ft mirface water which does not hiivB in be treated before It I used Ii thn locomotive, boilers. The other ..o.orvnira on tho division . are at Welda, Thayer, Mollne, Richmond and ONvbsho, Santa Ke employes have organized the Southern Kansas coun try club nnd will build a club house near the Welda reservoir, a body of water covering fifty-four acres. They have stocked the reservoir with bans, and expect that they shortly will be able to enjoy good fishing there. They also will have good duck shooting. The directors of the Country club are Payson Ripley, superintendent; J. F. Ma'rkle, a conductor: finry Wilson, nn engineer: Cieorge J'fumlsleln, an au ditor, nnd R. M. Sullivan, yard mas ter at Chanute, Water from the reservoirs Is pumped to tanks at the stations. The water from tho Welda reservoir Is pumped two and a half miles, F.fflclency Methods. There has been a great deal of talk lately about efficiency In the opera lion of railroads. F.rflclency Is what the Santa Fe Is striving for, and it Is what every railroad and every other business concern should si live for. This Is n principle long recognized In ti, t,MUin..Ks world, arid the concern 'which does not put It Into effect can not succeed, rntrons m me Ke doubtless observed that the com pany operated under efficiency meth ods' long before efficiency became n subject for agitation. The Simla Fo has a park adjoining the depot Ot Cherry vale. The ladles of the town lately Imported from Ger many a beautiful fountain and erected It in the park. It Is a stork, sta till ing on a rock. The old men of ( her ryvalc, who helped lay out the town, have planted trees In the park. (iet the Safety Habit The "Uet the Safely Habit" button has been In use on the Sunta Fe ubout ninety days, and good results already ar" noticed. The number of accidents on the Santa Fe system line been reduced from 15 to 20 per cent. The originator of the "Uet the Safety Habit" button Ih J. D. M. Hamilton, claims attorney for the Santa Fe. at whose suggestion the 00.000 employes of the company were provided with buttons. "Seventy per cent of all ac cident are caused by human negli gence," says Mr. Hamilton. "This can never be eliminated, but It can be minimized, and that Is Just the object that Is being attained by the safety habit motto. It Is expected that by next year the employes of the system will be wearing on their buttons the motto. "I Have the Safety Habit, ' mormoTTmissionaries mobbed by englishmen Birkenhead, Kng.. April -TV' anti-Mormon campaign led to seri ous disorders h re today. An '"" ganlzed demonstration against Mor monlsm was carried out and nn ulti matum wag iHsned requiring the Mor mon missionaries to quit, town within eUht days. Uitcr a crowd attacked the Mor mon meeting house and stoned and mnutu.ll till' WlndOWS IMP " i Cleaning Windows Crystal Clear With a dry, soft ctoth remove th dust from both outside and inside, clean ing the corner and grooves with the point of a stick covered with a cloth. Have ready a pail o( warm suds made by dissolving a tablespoon of Gold Dust washing powder in warm water. Dip a soft cloth in the water, squeeze almost dry nd wipe the glass off. Polish with chamois, as it leaves no lint and doet the work with more ease. Do not wash windows when the sun is shining on them. Mirrors should be washed in the lame way as windows. Then polish with . soft cloth charged with powdered '"hit-ing. SAN A FEIN OFAFFAIRS MONTEZUMA GROCERY AND LIQUOR COMPANY Copper and Third Imported and Domestic Good. SHctaltjr l I.iva Ture (Mine OIL Wholesale and Retail Liquor. Agent (or Sail Antonio I.I me, Alrray Vret.lt, lrle RJgliC Call, Phone or Send for Solicitor. 1'hone 10i. Montezuma Trust Company ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO Capital and Surplus, $100,000 INTEREST ALLOWED 4' Oak and Maple Polished Flooring Builders' Supplies Albuquerque Lumber Co., 423 N. 1st St ,4.H-4H..M,.Mt.t.M CASAVERA CREAM Hygienic, Greaseless, Cleansing, 50c a jar. The Williams Drug Compan 111 V. Central.' . MONEY GIVEN AWAY Highest cash price paid for Junk, Old Rubber Boots and Shoes. Copper, Lead, Brass nnd Zinc, old scrap Iron. We also make a specialty of buying bones. SOLTHU ESTCHX JI NK CO. First and Lead Avenue. Albuquerque. N. M. hod great difficulty In restoring or der. Two persons were Injured and seven were at rested. In Jonunry, W. 11. Monson. chief of the Mormon missionaries In Kng land, addressed a letter to the home secretary, Winston Spencer Churchill, seconding the request of certain Kns llsh clergy that the home office In vestigate Mormonlsm In Knglund. MonBon declared that tho Mormons were being persecuted. An anti-Mormon campaign w-ns or ganized In Liverpool by the bishop of Liverpool, and other lending church men. Tho object was the expulsion from Fiuland of tho Mormon mis sionaries, who were charged with Sendlnr many recruits.- mostly gins, to the'nlted States. Th movement was taken up by the clergy of other cities. -;- A Rellubh' Medicine Not a Narcotic. Mrs. F. Marti, St. Joe, Mich., says: "Our little boy contracted a severe bronchial trouble, and as the. doctor s medicine did not euro him, I gave him Foley's Honey and Tur Compound, In which I have greut faith. It cured the cough ns well ns the choking and gagging spells, and ho got well In a short time. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound has many t'mes saved us much trouble and we are never witn out It at the house. ScM by O'Kollly & Co. . 12,000 pound shipment of sample furniture, special low prices all this week. Crown Furniture Co., 1H VV. Gold. Two Hundred Volunteers Turn Out at Two o'Clock in the Morning and Start Fires to Save Fruit, (Special nupntrh l the Mnri.rnK Jonrniill Roswell, N. M April lfi. ltoswell awoke thin morning in a smoky banc thut would do credit to Pittsburg. It was the first general smudging of the spring aeason and was brought about by tho killing frost or last night. The government thermometer In Ros well registered 84 degrees, but In the outlying districts temperatures as low as 28 degrees were recorded. The sriiuduliig rulsed the tempera ture of tho whole valley several de grees and In many orchards It was only necessury to keep the fires burn ing for an hour. The frost alarm whistle was sounded at 2 o'clock this morning and two hundred volunteers were rushed to the country In automo biles. The aysletn proved effective and no damage of any consequence oc curred. Cattlemen Seek to Recover Huge Total of $100,000 From Alleged Winslow Stock Thieves; Local Man Counsel, Judge R. P. Adams of Albuquerque ha been retained as chief counsel, as sisted by itoHS A Sullivan and Henry F. Ashurst of Prescntt. for J. W. Mar ley und suns, now charged with steal ing cattle from the range hear Wins low, Arl-, nnd agalnht whom also civil kmIIm aggregating $l'io,0uo are to be Tiled. The prosecution will be represented by K. H. Clark ami U. M. J.lng of I'rescotl, District Attorney W. P. (lenry of Navajo county and Tims. A. Flyrui of Flaggslaff. Since the Marleys were bound over to the groml Jury under f),ouo bail SMUDGE POTS Mil ADAMS ATTORNEY IN BIG SUIT ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS , Itlue Front. I many aggrieved cattlemen have filed suits for the recovery of their prop erty, aggregating over $75,000. In addition three more civil suits are to be filed in a few days which will swell the total to over $23,000, which these rungemen will be asked to liqui date. So Intense Is the Interest in the community at the present time over the introduction or tnis new phase of tho legal procedelngs that it is the belief a change of venue in the criminul trial will bo asked before the accused are placed on trial. The al iened thefts are of such proportions that there are not n sufficient num ber of Jurymen In that comity to qual lYy, In addition to which the notoriety of th transaction Ut known to es-ery resident. Foley Kidney Pills contain In con centrated form Ingredients of estab lished therapeutic valun f'-r the relief nnd cure of all kidney nnd bladder ailments. Foley Kidney l'lllg ore an tiseptic, tonic and restorative. Refuse substitutes. For sule by O'ltellly Co. Mushroom spawn. E. V. Pee, MUNITIONS OF WAR TAKEN ACROSS AT HACHITA Silver City, N. M., April 16. A story comes from Hachlta, sixty miles away In the southern part of the county, that the Mexican Insurrectos a few days ago succeeded In taklne across from that neighborhood Into Did Mexico four machine guile, bllll Mau ser rifles nnd half a million rounds of ammunition. The war material, It Is suld, wag shipped from nn east ern gun factory us mining machinery, and the car currying it was set out ou a switch a lew miles from Ho- chlli!, where, the liiHiirrectos expect ing It, hurriedly unloaded and placed ed guns h ml cartridges in wagons and relied them to the border and safely crossed till Into Old Mexico, LADIES! JUST READ THIS Mrs, May Tells About An Ex perience She Had and Gives Some Good Advice, Shelllioi n, Ala. Mrs. Carrie May, of IhlM place, says: "A short time ngo I commenced to have weak spell and heiulm lies. 1 felt bad all the time, and soon grew so bad I couldn't slay I thought 1 would die. At last, my husband got me n bot tle of Cardul, nnd It helped me: so he Kt some more. After I bud taken the second bottle, 1 was entirely well. 1 wish every lady, suffering from womanly trouble, would try Cardul. It Is the iH'st medicine I know of. It did me more good than anything." If you are sick and miserable, ami suffer from any of the pnlns due to womanly trouble try Curdui. U has been found to relieve p.iln und dis tress, caused by womanly troubles, and Is an excellent medicine, to have on hand nt all times, In case of need. Cardul Is successful, tlteciiuse It Is composed of Ingredients that acl ciir atlvcly on the womanly constitution, and build up health and strength In ft natural manner, For more than f,0 years, Cardul ha been used by women of all aites, with rtitlsfactloii. It will help you to get well. Try It, Your druggist sells It. N. M. Write to: Ladles' Advisory Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Teiin., for Special In structions, and (M-piiKo book, "Home Treatment for Women," sent In plain wrapper, on request.