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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1911.
"sports I BASEBALL STANDING OF THE TEAMS Xatloiiul League. W. I Pet. rhllaJ.'Hhl 9 Boston Brooklyn 3 8 American Leasno. W. I ret. Detroit .....-? ' 'f99 ww York . n 3 '!'' Washington 4 & -444 Chicago 6 8 .455 Cleveland 6 " -41T Philadelphia 4 6 .400 gt. Louis 3 -250 Western Lcngue. W. L, Tot. Omaha ? St Joseph 2 fiB' Wichita 3 2 , .600 Denver 8 2 B0" Lincoln 3 3 B9 Sioux City 3 3 -BOO Topeka ....'' 3 .'3' iM Moines r 1 ; 5 .17 Where They Play Today. National 1cague. Boston ut New York. Philadelphia at Brooklyn. Chicago ut Cincinnati. American League. St. Louis at Chicago. Detroit at Cleveland. New York at Boston. Washington at Philadelphia. NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburg 2; St. Louis 1. St. Louis, April 26. A double, n sacrifice a single and an error enabled Pittsburg to score two runs in a sen sational ninth Inning rally and de feat the local team in the final game of the series, 2 to 1. In the third in-N nlng Hauscr drove the ball Into left field Beats 'for a home run. Score: R. H. E. PtttBburg 000 000 0022 7 0 St. Louis 001 000 0001 5 1 Batteries: Stella, Nagle and Gib ion; Golden and BreBnahan. New York 6; Boston 3. New York, April 26. New York outpluyed Boston this afternoon and won, 6 to 3, Raymond while hitting freely was effective when men were on bases. , Score: R. H. E. Boston 001 000 2003 11 5 New York ... 000 121 2006 11 2 Batteries: Mattern and Graham; Raymond and Wilson. Philadelphia 10; Brooklyn 3. Brooklyn, April 26. Philadelphia turned the tables on Brooklyn today, 10 to 3. The visitors batted hard and took advantage of the wlldness . of Dahlen Colt pitchers. The batting of Daubert and Dooin featured. Score: Philadelphia .023 003 110 10 14 1 Brooklyn 000 001 2003 7 8 Batteries: Alexander and Dooln; an, Knetzer, Itagon and Berger, Erwln. Chicago 10; Cincinnati 8. Cincinnati, April 26. Chicago de watMl Cincinnati by ten to eight today In the most ragged game played on tho local grounds this season. Raul oaoh and MeQulllen were both liberal lth bassos on balls and both were "tired for this reason. , Manager Chance sprained his ankle while slid ing home in the sixth Inning and will out of the game' several weeks Score; , R. II. E. Virago .... 102 034 00010 10 1 Cincinnati ... 001 030 0408 9 4 Batteries: Raulbach, Ritchie, Brown and Archer, Kllng; McQull en, Promme and McLean. AMERICAN LEAGUE Octroi ; Cleveland . Detroit, April 26. Detroit bunched In the fourth and seventh innings nd defeated Cleveland, today, 9 to Wlllett'g home run in the fourth "l'n Rtruck the center field fence "nl scored Mnrtarty ahead of him a the feature. Score: , " - , R.H. E. J-'evelanrt .... 301 020 000 6 10 1 'rolt 100 400 40x 9 14 1 lotteries: Ylngllng, Mitchell nnd ; WlUott, Works and Stannge. Ooston 11; New York 8. oston, April 26. In a slow game on defeated New York, 11 to 8 ' Tho home team knocked Able , jf the box In the second but lost Muter. Cycotte being retired by ttitors In the eighth. Score: R. H. E. 440 120 OOx 11 13 E Ytrk ... 101 100 4108 12 6 cries: Cycotte, Hall nd Cnr Ablos, Brockett and Blnlr, "clphla, 7; Washington, 2. nun.. . . ' said u AprU 28' Washlng- defeated he-e today, 7 weakened in the fifth Rafohree hits Including Foley's m and Collins, two 1! ,' nn error netted five .Honey freRtp',t one-hand follow piVpr """en nt Shlbc C. . ng Davis of a pos- Junder struck out twelve of his opponents. Score R. H. E. Washington ..000 000 0022 6 3 Philadelphia ..000 051 10 7 5 1 WESTERN LEAGUE Denver 10; Wicliila 2. Denver, 'April 26. Denver took a 'free hitting game from Wichita today 10 to 2. Eliman was given errorless support and kept Wichita' hits well scattered while Ellis wag poorly sup ported. Isbell was ordered from the grounds fur sipuling a decision. Score: Wichita ..... 100 000 0012 10 6 Denver ..... 203 022 12x 10 11 0 Batteries: Ellis and Clemmons; Ehman and McMurray. Sioux City 4; Omaha 0. Sioux City, April 26. The cham pions defeated Omaha today In a pitcher's battle, 4 to 0. Barber and Durbin pitched gilt-edged ball. Score: R. II. E. Omaha 000 000 0000 8 1 Sioux City ... 000 000 0404 7 1 Batteries: Durbin and Agnew;' Barber und Miller. St. Joseph 10; Ics Moines 6. Des Moines, April 26, Powell's home run won for St. Joseph here tri day, 10 to 6. Most of tha game was played oil a wet field. Score: , R. II. E. Des Moines . 203 000 0016 12 1 St. Joseph .. 040 310 00210 14 3 Batteries: Northup, Sherbock and Lynch; Chelette, Kauffman and Coe. IJiiooIii 4; Tocka 0. Topeka, Kans., April 26. Lincoln scored a shut-out on Topeka In to day's game, through Fox's good pitch lng. Leak struck out nine men. Score R. H. K. Lincoln 200 000 0024 5 0 Topeka 000 000 0000 4 S Batteries: Fox and Stretton; Leak and Hawkins. At Kansas City Louisville, .12; Kansas City, 6. At St. Paul Indianapolis, 1; St. Paul, 2. At Milwaukee Columbus, 7; Mil waukee, 8. At Minneapolis Toledo, 9; Minne apolis, 10. ' At Portland Sacramento 2 1 Portland 1 10 1 Batteries: Fitzgerald and Thomas; Fullerton, Koestner and Murray. COAST LEAGUE At San Francisco. R. H. E. Oakland . .' 8 14 1 San Francisco : 2 3 Batteries: Wlggs and Mltze; Melkle and Berry. University of Illinois, 8; Northwest ern University, 0. College Baseball. West Point 3; Norwich University 3. Twelve Innings. Pennsylvania 8; Calunilms 1. University of Pennsylvania. . 8 7 0 Calumbla 1 2 3 Batteries: Imley and Cozens; Lee and Malloy. Princeton 4; Went Virginia 1. Princeton, N. J., April 26. Prince ton 4 7 1 West Virginia 1 3 2 Batteries: White and Luckaye; Stramon and Wyatt. At Atlanta, 2; Nashville, 2. Called at the end of ninth Inning on account of darkness. At New Orleans Mobile-Montgomery game, rain. (Three games sched uled today.) i At Los Angeles R. II. E. Los Angeles 5 11 0 Vernon 7 13 4 "Batteries Delhi, Couehman and Smith; Stewart, Braekenrldge, Car son and Brown, Hogan. RACE RESULTS At Jamestown. Norfolk, Va April 26. First race, Charity purse, 5 1-2 furlongs: The Golden Butterfly won; Black Branch, second; Banorella, third. Time, 1:08 1-5. Second race, 5 furlongs: Arar.y won; Bait, second; Inwood, third. Time, 1:02 2-5. Third race, 5 1-2 furlongs: Mont calm won; Montefox, second; Sir John Johnson, third, Time, 1:06 3-6. Fourth race, 5 1-2 furlongs: Dr n fleld won; Fond Heart, aeennd; Sey mour, third. Time, 1:07 3-5. Fifth race, 6 1-2 furlongs: Sent ence won; Voltaire, senend; Grandis slmo, third. Time, 1:20 2-6. Sixth race, 1 1-8 miles: Lawton Wiggins won; Golconda, second; Hedge Rose, third. Time, 1:53 2 5. Seventh rnce, mile: Muskmelon won; Bang, second; Wenna, third. Time, 1:41 4-5. Eighth race, Hunt club, pursp, mile: Fire alarm won; Jim, second; Belior.1, third. Time, 2:28. Fciisncola llae Called Off. Pensacola, Fla., April 26. Owing i a severe windstorm, the races nt Tiupfrlun park today were called off and new entries arranged for tomor row's card. Constipation brings many ailments In its train and Is the primary cause of much sickness. Keep your bow els regular madam, and you will es cape many of the ailments to which women are subject Constipation is a very simple thing, but like many simple things, It may lead to serious consequences. Nature often needs a little assistance and when Chamber Iain's Tablets are given at the first In dication, much distress and suffering may be avoided. Sold by all dealers. WDLGAST CINCHES CI TITLE "One Round" Hogan of Cali fornia Lasts Less "than Two . Rounds With Michigan Champion. (Br Momltit Journal Hpwtal Umt4 Wln New York,' April 26. Ad Wolgast of Michigan,, stepped from the ring in the Madison Athletic club tonight still lightweight champion of the world, ,In the second round of what wus to have been a ten round bout, he caught "One Round" Hogan of California, a terrific left swing to the jnvv, follow ed by a heavy right to the wind and instantly had Hogun In distress. A moment more and the latter's seconds threw up the sponge. Quick to gee his advantage when he had dazed Hogan, Wolgast followed him up relentlessly. He poured 'n steady volley of right and left swin ;s to either Bide of the jaw, rocking Hogan's head, beating down his guari ana driving him helplessly around the ring. Hogan stood swaying from side to side, his hands hanging limp against his thighs, while Wolgust pounded his bloody face and still he could not seem to land the decisive punch. But after a little more than a minute arid a half of the Becond round, Hogan turned his back on the ring and faced his own corner and acknowledged de feat. He lifted his hand to his sec onds and they signalled to the referee and they conceded the fight. Before entering tho ring Hogan an nounced that If he was beaten decis ively he would never fight again. In the first round it seemed us if he might prove worthy of the title to his nickname of "One Round." He found little difficulty In stabbing the champion with an effective straight left and swinging a heavy right to the Jaw, and had Wolgast for a moment rocking and dazed against tho ropes. But Wolgast's wonderful powers of recuperation came to his rescue. He rallied, fighting back again nnd at the bell was smiling. When the second round opened he was as fresh as ever. Wolgast's whole fight was at close range. He was willing to take punishment for chance to get at close quarters where he could rip In short heavy punches to the wind and close coupled upper. cuts. By the ring side were James J. Jet fries, former heavyweight champion; Young Griffo, former lightweight champion; "Knockout" Brown, Abb Attell, Owen Moran, Freddie Welsh, Tommy Murphy, Packey McFarland and Leach Cross. In the semi-finals, Joe Blum of Philadelphia, won cleverly from Frankle Fleming of Canada. The Fight by Rounds, Round 1 Both men rushed into a clinch. Wolgast played for the chin with short uppercuts. Hogan stab bed the champion with four lefts. They exchanged punches and In the clinches Wolgast shot short upper cuts to the Jaw. The champion was wining to take straight left for a chance to get to close quarters. Ho gan hammered Wlilgnst with terrific rights and lefts. Wolgast seemed dazed. The house went wild, but Wol gast rallied and the bell found him smiling. Both men were bleeding at the mouth. Round 2 They rushed Into another clinch. Hognn took a heavy left hook to the Jaw nnd was badly dazed. Wol. gast followed his man vigorously putting rights und lefts to tho face. It was slaughter. Wolga.st bored In and fearful left and right hooks to the wind and Jaw had Hogan so dazed he could barely hold up his head. The Californlan reeled from one cor ner of the ring to the other, trying feebly to ward off Wolgast's vicious attacks. Ilia knees wobbled under him and as he staggered toward his corner he lifted his hand in mute ap peal to Referee White. He could go no further. Hognn's seconds then threw up the sponge and Referee White waved Wolgast back to his cor ner. The round lasted two minutes. In cases of rheumatism relief from pain makes sleep and rest possible. This may be obtained by applying Chamberlain's Liniment. For sale by all dealers. . BOX BAIi SCORES. Teams 4 and 5 played ono of the most exciting games of the season Tuerdny night, both teams raising tho high score of the alleys for the league teams. No. 5 won by 45 points. Nos. 1 and 2 piny tonight. Score: No. 1. 1 .131 .119 .123 .133 .100 2 111 120 121 144 111 3 T't'l. 100342 151390 121365 1 24 401 114325 Stokes Dry Young . . . , Bryant .... Falrbrother 1823 No. 5. 1 a 3 T t i. Robinson 122 126 161 40!! Wilson 127 113 105345 Uml.rngo 104 102 122328 Gentry 142 152 138432 Crano 1 25 101 128354 18C8 league Klundliig. No. G.P W. U Pet. 5 15 12 3 .800 2 15 10 6 .666 1 15 8 7 .533 4 15 6 9 .400 Try a Morning Journal Want Ad - The Gem Is showing excellent dou ble vaudeville the rest of tho week. Journal Want Ads Get Results LIGHTWEIGHT MOUSE IS li DEARTH DF FUN FOR GALL DOWN Utica Men Do Not Agree With Fellow Citizen Whose Grouch Led Him to Slander New Mexico, ; " : . E. a. Wood and Edward J. Martin, who have been staying in Albuquer que for the past six weeks, left y,s terday over the enstbound limited for their homes in Vtlca. N. Y. Utica, N. Y., is the town from winch enme one Stackhousc, who took It upon himself to Blander New Mexico sonic short time back. The gentle- 1 men who left yesterday for the same town do not agree with Mr. Stuck house at all, and as soon as they re turn to their native heuth they pro takes up whatever topics are foremost 'phone, if It is in the middb. 0f the night, and tell him u few things, pre facing their reinurks with the blunt pbrate, "We are from New Mexico and we want to see you." K. U. Wood, while In this city in renroh of renewed health, busied him self by organizing tho fuii-ioviiig health seekers Into a union under the name of the "Health Seekers' union," which held a field day nt Traction park some tinio back. Mr. Wood i president of the union. Edward J. Martin, here for the same purpose, who In his home town Is the proprietor of the famous hos telry, "Hotel Martin," was hund in glove with President Wood In the or ganization of the union and was elect ed "grand secretary. Said Mr. Wood before leaving: "You can say for me that I never en Joyed a visit to any town na much us I have enjoyed my stay in this city. Not only Is the cllinuto Ideal, but the peopl are as sood.as the climate." "V have been received with open arms and treated with every consid eration," raid Mr. Martin. "And we are coming back as soon as we can," Interjected Mr. Wood. "I know things will grow here," said President Wood, while Grand Secretary Martin was looking after the grips of the party, "because I have taken the time to investigate, and I cannot tell you how I appreci ate my etay in this delightful little city, neither can I say at this time JtiFt how strong I will talk to this li belous party, who, I regret to say, calls the same town hs I do home. But one thing Is certain, we will do all in our power to discount his state mentp. when we get home." A large delegation of the member ship of tho Health Seekers' union was at thn depot to fcec'the travelers depart for their homes, -and to wish them "good-bye" on their ' journey. Both gentlemen are royil good fel lows und will be much missed by the many friends they have, mnile during th 'lr short stay In '''Albuquerque. : - Large Attendance of Varsity Enthusiasts Expected to At tend Assembly This Morn ing at 10;55, This morning at the regular as sembly hour in Rodey ball, Mr. R. F. Hutchinson, now athletic director of the University of New Mexico will speak on "College Athletics." Much Interest Is elvldont In this talk as Mr. Hutchinson comes to this city splindld ly recommended as nn nil-round nth letlc coach; and It Is expected that today will mark an enthusiastic awak ening In the athletic life of the 'Varsity. Mr. .Hutchinson in Ills re cent acceptance of the poht, tills n long felt want in the 1'iiivereity and that he will be warmly greeted nt his first talk of what he eon and what he will do for the University In tho way of college athletics, Is a foregone conclusion. A general invitation has been extended the townspeople and many prominent men of the city who have backed the Vursity boys In their up-hill fight to maintain athletics In keeping with the other up to date branches of college life will go to the assembly mooting this morning. The hour of assembly Is 10:55, and the whole town Is cordially Invited. All self appointed boosters In favor of a good baseball or football team that will make other places In New Mexico sit up and take notice may signify the same by attending the meeting on the Hill today. FINAL TRY-OUTS ON FRANKLIN FIELD Philadelphia, April 26. Track and field athletes from all sections of the country crowded Franklin Field today for their finul tryouts In preparation for the annual relay races next Sat urday. Trainer Fltzpatrlck expects Dwlght of Princeton to make u great showing, but ho Is pinning bis greatest hope on his two miles relay team, McKln ney, Chaplin, Gordon and Ingersoll. Notre Dame has sent some fast men for the special events. Wasson, who won the broad Jump Inst year, 1b expected to repeat. He and Martin also ure entered In the 100 yard dash. In which he has a rec ord of ten seconds. Phllbro.ik is entered for the weight events. He has been hurling the six teen pounds shot 45 feet and has re peatedly thrown tho discus more than 130 feet. Expr-M dam lng and ladles' souvo nlrs toduy at the Gem. SPEAK TODAY E EBALL FUNS DOUBLE HEADER FOR SATURDAY AFTERNOON Outlook Bright for Best Season in History for Game Here; Kid Teams Engaged in Keen est Kind of Rivalry, Bareball In this city Is on the boom. This Is no Joke. Sum,, of the teams of the city have suffered defeat during the year, but, true to their ciders, they have not faltered a little bit, but kept on practising toward that perfec tion which makes great players out of the youngsters who, between the iiy-es of 9 und 13, frequent the sand lota and play the good old na'lonal piuno from early morn to dewey eve. Albuquerque Is by no means be reft of cith t material or teams this year. Double lli niler SuMirduy. And since there Is no dearth of teaim: there will be, or course, no shoi tness of games. This is amply proved by the fact that th.! University of New Mexico, the Albuquerque Indian school and St. Michael's college of Santa Fe will pull off a daublu heuder at Traction park on Saturday afternoon next. In this game tho varsity from on tho bill will tackle both tho Indian school and the St. Michael's college. The first game will be called prompt ly ut 2 p. m. Happy Ambition to Try Collegians. Following this comes tho announce ment tlun the Happys will try to tie Into the collegium from the Capital City on Sunday afternoon ut the same place. The Hnppys have had things pretty much their own way this year so far and think they can put the trimmings to the saints for ull that Is out. Manager Nuylon of tho H1111- pys Is anxious to get the game arrang ed. He has started negotiations to that end and expects to be able to an nounce the game before tho end of the week. Then there are the Browns, They are anxious for another viame with the Happys, while the Grays, Pan Padillu's bunch of fighting foxes, want to get another game with the Hnppys before they op.'n their regu lar season, on the first Sunday In May, the same being the sixth day. Saulu l'o Hunch Fast. And on that said May 6th, to which allusion hus Just been made, Is to be the grand beginning of what Is ex pected to b? the most successful fwi Kon the Grays have ever hail. They will open the season with a game against the Santa Fe regular team, which is said to be as clussy n bunch of toners ns ever trod In a spiked shoe as fur as this section Is con cerned. There used to bo a baseball fight In Snnta Fe between two teams, both of which aspired to be called the Santa Fo teum. That, however, Is a thing of the past, nnd now that the two have combined the team Is said to bo strictly there with bells on. Time will tell, however, Just how this bunch stacks up against Weeks nnd his green snako. ' Honorable Team Prom Nippon, On May 14 the honorable Jupaneso professional baseball team will play their excellencies the Grays on the holiorablo field ut Traction park, for the winner to tuke that which Is on the winner to take that which Is tak en In ut the gate and the honor able grandstand. The Orientals have as good a buiuh of players us could be gathered together In the lnl of oc Mint reo tore in. r u inn slate or, l oiiionna, una Lin: lad taut they nsked for a date with the Denver Western league team on a 75 and 25 per cent basis shows conclusively that they have confidence ut least, which Is, after ull, half the battle. Itojs' Kami Hum Tea in. Now comes Fred K. Kills and re spectfully represents to the court that ho Is the duly elected anil qualified mnnagcr of un aggregation of bo.B with baseball ambitions gathered to gether In an organization known as the Boys' Hand. And It Is further shown to the court that the boys aforesaid tiave been segregated each to his place upon a 1'hid form m) for the pitrposec of playing tho aforesaid baeball. Now, therefore, considering the fact Hint the boys aforementioned are ull under the age of 14 years, n manda mus Is ask 'd ordering that all teams similarly situated be ordered to play match games with the said Boys' Hand team, so that the supremacy of one of the teams may be established. The following ure listed us tho team: Catchers, Stephens and Stump; oilebei'H, laieb and Jones: first huso men, Jones and l.oeb; second base man, Clifford; third baseman, Rey nolds: shortstop, Nlceolossl; right field, Douglas; left field, Montoya; centir field, Hudson. Bailey and Kdwn dancers, at the Gem. il, singers and Try a Morning Journal Want Ad I'MiiiuniHiii typi:wkiti:u COMPANY. 321 WckI Gold. Phono 111. Typewriters for rent, Ribbons mill repairs for nil 11 1 likes. TIIRI i: OA V DRINK CI RK Ncul Insll.Mite. Cures the drink habit In three days without hypodermic Injection. Write, phons or cull for literature . 512 N. Second St. IMiono 321. FOR ALBUOUEROU BIS ASTROLOGEfl HAS A 2-BHBELPOMR. Acting Attorney General Re ceives Limit in Way of Freak Letters From Man Who Would Fass the Hat, (Special CorrmpondMic to Mnraum J..imi,i Santa Fe, N. M April 26. Acting Attorney General Harry S. Clancy thinks ibe limit has been reached In the Moo,! 1,1 freak letters reccUui :t his office with the letter of a uv.in 01 Portal's who asks him if a license will be noccsHttr) to give tin astrologi cal public fete in Santa Fe, assisting the young residents of thj undent city to pick their "soul mates." Ili. wonderful kocIUo -,, chart will tell you whether or nt you enjoy hunt work; whether you desire frauds and Just how alert sis an editor you may be come and what siiccss a fellow will have to get measures "thiu the legis lature." The communication Is so exciting that Mr. Clancy has given It In full to the New Mexican, tho tianie only f the correspondent being omitted, it Is as follows: Portulis, N. M April IT, 1911. Hon. Nathan Jaffa, Ter'l Secy. Dear Mr. Jaffa 1 nn contemplat ing; visiting several towns and give Astrological Public Pete's free to nl! but pass the hut of course to defray expenses, riding from place to place and camping out, and If I can make $1.25 day, that's better than I do hero grubbing miiKqulte a day or two a week but If House Is lequlled that knocks It In the head. I've lived to irrigate Home have n pump capable of throw'u 2 111. or wiilrr fi mln. but when the wind blows only hboubl 1 nsk the Ter'l Ir'n Kng Tor privilege to run that small pump on my claim? I'll nolost program of A. fet. I thank you In advance. Very ltesp. (Then follows several pages of as trology.) Mr. Clancy's Answer. Mr. Clancy's reply Is us follows: April 25, 1911. Dear Sir: Your Idler of the l!)th Inst, addressed to Hon. Nathan Jaffa, territorial secretary, has been rel'er- ed to mo for reply. I do not beliuvo that nny of the county authorities would denn.nd that you obtain a license for giving "As trological Public Fele's free to all," and then passing the hut for tho pur pose or allowing those of the audi ence who feel so disposed to contri bute for the purpose, aa I understand It, of defraying expenses. Before starting on your cnmpulgn, however, 1 would suggest that you lay this mnt ter before the county authorities, ful ly explaining what you desire to do and ascertaining from them what their opinion of the matter Is. Replying to your other Inquiry as to whether you should make applica tion to the Territorial Engineer for the privileges of operating 11 small pump upon your claim, the fcitld pump hnvlnjr a capacity of two barrels ot wnter a mlnuto when the wind blows, I have to say that I do not believe that either the Territorial Engineer, nor any' one els, will ever question your right to extract this wate from tho (round without having tiled nn application for permit so to do. On the contrary, I believe that you should eb encouraged to further develop your well and Install a pump capable of HEST AltO HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD MSB. WlNSLOW'S BOOTIIINO HYRCP llM IM-. .. twfd for over MX'i'V VKAKS by MILLIONS uf MoT II KKS for chelr Clllt.DKHN Willi, K TKiaill NO with I'KW'iiCT hliCCKSs. II KOOTIIliS llie CHILI). KOI'TI'.NS the OHMS, AI.I.AYXall PAIN ; CllKKS WIND COLIC, Slid la tlif best rrmedy lor lUAKKHtliA. 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We also muka a specialty of buying bones. soitiiwi:sti:r.v jink co. 114 lfld Avenue. Aibuquerqus. N. M. raising at bast four lunula ot v.aur a minute. Yi-urs very truly. H. S. CLANCY. Assistant Attorney General. BEAUTIFUL CEREMONY UNITES LIVES OF WELL KNOWN YOUNG PEOPLE Impulsive and pretty In the ex treme was the wedding yesterday morning at n o'clock mass in th Immaculate Conception church which united the lives and destinies of Miss! (VraMlne Mulligan and William Ne'. 1011 cbamberlain, both well known young people of this city. Rev. A. M. Mandalurl S. J., rood the stdemn rites before many assembled friends of the bride nnd groom. Miss Mulligan was charminniy attired in white and was attended by Miss Leila Bordenavo, as bridesmaid and Mrs. Martha Mulligan as matron of honor. Two little maids, Margaret Crawford and Kathryn Mann, acted ns ring bearer and flower girl, Mr. Chamberlain was attended to the altar by Mr. Lloyd Johnson. Fallowing the marriage service a handsomely appointed breakfast was served at the bride's home which was lavishly decorated for the bridal oc casion. White roses, contrasting with pink Mowers and a prolusion of green ery, were abundantly used throughout the house and in the beautiful table decoration Covers were laid for thirty Including tho relatives and Inti mate friends of the newly married couple. Mr. and Mrs. Chanibeiitiln left last night for California vdirie they will spend the honeymoon period expect ing to return In several weeks to make tlitir home nt 63(1 W. Silver Avenue. EDDY COUNTY CONVICTS EN ROUTE TO STATE PRISON Deputy Sheriff Sam Akin of Eddy county, arrived In this city last night over the cut-off train from Carlsbad, N. M., with two convicts In charge, destined for tho territorial penitenti ary at Santa Fe. These two men are Santiago Mar tinea, who stands convicted of mur dering a fellow Mcxlran near Carls bud during the time of the Bitting of the court, his trial having been taken up by the presiding Judge, Chief Justice W. H. Pope, shortly utter tha nffalr was pulled off. The sentence of tho court In his case was from 60 to 99 years. Martlnex Is a young fellow of about 28 years of age and at the expiration of his 60 year sentence will come out an old man. The cither prisoner Is Oenaro Merla, who was convicted at the luBt term of court for forgery and sentenced to two year In the pen. Both the prisoners were lodged In fee 't- ' "', while they are compelled ' ' send ing the arrival of Urn i.u&t Uuln for Bantu Fe, , 4. Journal Want Ads Get Results MAN I.IVFS NOT BY It It KM AI-OJiE. suys the good book, but hp cool 1 It whs our bread. 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