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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JUNE 17. 191 1.
SPORTS
BASEBALL
STANDING OF THE TEAMS
National league.
Won. Lost. Tct.
Chicago S3 19 ,6J,"
Now York 33 L'O .023
l'hiladelphia 32 22 .593
I'ittshurg 30 23 .r. 6
St. Louis 28 24 .538
Cincinnati 2 .4:3
Hrooklyn lit 33 ,3(jr,
Huston 13 42 .236
American. Lrttguc.
Won. Lost. 1'ct.
IH-troit 3S 17 .ii!U
1'hiladclphla 33 17 .6110
New York 27 22 .551
Huston 27 24 .523
Chicago 24 22 .522
Washington ....... 1!1 33 .SSU
Cleveland 21 34 .382
St. Louis IU 3S .21)6
Western League.
Won. Lost. Pet
Denver 35 16 .GS6
1'ueblo S 18 .G17
Lincoln 28 21 .571
Sioux City 2 24 .520
St. Josel)h 27 .2(1 ,509
Omaha 24 28 .462
Topeka 23 28 .451
Des Moines 11 42 .208
Where They Play Today.
National League.
Boston at PiUsburff.
Urooklyn at Cincinnati.
New York at St. Louis.
Philadelphia at Chicago.
American luguo.
Chicago at Philadelphia.
St. Louig at Washington.
Detroit at New York.
Cleveland at Huston. (2 game?.)
Western Lea
tie.
Pueblo at St. Joseph.
Denver at Dog Moines.
Lincoln at Omaha.
Topeka at Sioux City.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pittsburg 8; IttMon 2.
Pittsburg, June 16. Fitsburg had
no trouble defeating Boston. Itiown
win hit hard, threo triplet) and a
home run being among the hits the
homo club Kot oft )ilm...CamnItz was
steady all through. The score:
U. II. E.
Pittsburg (Kin 141 20x 8 9 0
Huston 000 000 0202 6 1
Hutterlcs: Cumnltz and Simon;
lirovvn, Griffin and Kllng.
St. Louis 8; New York .1.
St. Louis, June 10. St. Louis took
advantage of the New York pitchers'
wlldness and hit the ball at oppor
tune moments, taking the second
game of the scries. Score:
It. II. E.
New York 000 020 0204 6 1
St. Louis .. ,.400 040 OOx 8 6 3
Batteries: Druke, Kaymond, Mar
ouard und Myers, Wilson; Steele and
Brcsnahan.
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER
COMPANY.
S21 West Gold. Phone 144,
Typewriters for rent.
Ribbons and repairs for all
make.
I FRENCH FEIKAii
PILLS.
A f tvi , Cttrr" Rime r for HummwiD Minvtezavtoh.
HIVED KMOKN TO r AH. M Surri bi4H s.ii..
14.11110 UuarABlMd or Mont? Kfiintat. snl prrpili
forfl.Ol) per box. Will frnil Ueu on trill, to r mid fnf
wbifo rollflTwl. Simpli Frw. If your OluglUl diw V t
biti tnern icna jour ara-ri to tat
UNITCD MCDICUL CO , CI T4, Uorrl. Pi
Sod in AlbuauttQvt bit the I. U. O'Reilly C
1 Notice to I
the Tax
Payers
Road tax for the year
1911 is now due and
payable at 0. A. Mat son's
Book Store.
Also the delinquent tax for
the year 19J0 is payable
at the treasurer's office at
the Court House.
luVugo : riiil:ulcl)liin 3.
Chicago, June 16 Chicago bunched
six hits, three of which were doubles
off Moorfe in the third and fourth
innings and with the. assistance of
three errors, beat Philadelphia. lUuil
baeh puttied a grand giimc after the
third inning. Score:
R. H. E.
ChieaKO 003 201 Ox 6 12
Philadelphia., 003 000 0003 5 3
ISatleries: Houlbncb. and Archer;
Moore, Chalmers und Dooin.
Cincinnati-Urooklyn
eu; wet grounds.
game postpon-
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Philndelpluu 10: Chicago (i.
1'hlladelpliia, June 16. Philadel
phia defeated Chicago. Tho homo
team knocked Scoti oft the rubber in
tho third inning. Score:
R.
ChieaKO 200 210 100 6
Philadelphia 700 002 lOx 10
liatterles: Scott, Young and
van, Dock; Coombs and Lapp.
H. E.
U 4
13 2
Sulli-
Clevolaud 5; Ho ton 2.
Hoston, June 16. Cleveland defeat
e,i Huston in a brilliant game. Fine
fielding enabled Y'oung to win for tho
first time from his old club on tho
home grounds. Score:
R. 11. K.
Cleveland .... 300 110 0005 10 1
HoKton 000 000 2002 10 1
liatterles: Young and Land; Ciootte,
Pape, Hall and Kleinow, Nunaniuker,
Washington : St. ul 2.
Washington, Juno 16. Washington
made it three straight games over St.
Louis by shutting out the visitor?.
Walker was effective with men on
bases, Score:
It. H. E.
Washington .. 300 000 21x 6 8 2
St. Louis 000 000 0000 9 3
Batteries: F. Wulker and Street;
Pelty and Chirk.
New York-Detroit
ruin.
game postponed;
WESTERN LEAGUE
St. Joseph 6; PucWo 0.
St. Joseph, Juno 1 6. Freeman was
In line form. His work and bunching
of hits by St. Joseph won. Score:
II. II. E.
St. Joseph .... 000 200 04x 6 9 1
Pueblo" 000 000 000 0 6 1
Batteries: Freeman and Gossett;
Ellis and Clemnions.
Omalu) 11; Lincoln 2.
Omaha, June 16. Hall held Lin
coln to four scattered lilts, and Knapp
was batted freely by Omaha. Kain
stopped tho gume in tho eighth. Tho
score:
It. II. E.
Onuiha 50 204 Ox 11 12 1
Lincoln 100 001 00 2 4 2
Batteries: Hall und Arbegast;
Knapp and Stratton. '.
Rett Moines '.
Des Moines, June
; Denver 1.
16. Good pitch-
lng by Huston won
for Des Moines
from Denver. Score:
It. II. E.
Des Moines .. 000 001 10x 2 9 1
Denver 100 000 0001 6 3
Batteries: Houston and Vltoskl;
O'Brien and Spnrth.
Sioux City K; TojM-ku -l.s.
Sioux City, June 16, Tho .home
teamshowed a reversal in form In
their opening game, winning from
Topeka. The game was called in the
eighth on account of rain. Score:
R. II. E.
Sioux City 001 104 28 10 1
Topeka 003 001 04 6 3
Batteries: Aitehlson and Miller; Mr
Grath and Hawkins.
SOUTHERN LEAGUE.
At Montgomery Montgomery 3;
Chattanooga 2.
At Mobile Mobile 1; Memphis 4.
At New Orleans New Orleans
Nashville, not scheduled.
At Birmingham Birmingham-Atlanta;
rain.
AMERICANASS0CIATI0N
Toledo St. Paul game postponed;
rain.
At Minneapolis Indianapolis-Minneapolis
game postponed; wet
grounds.
At Milwaukee Louisville-Milwaukee
gaiuc postponed; rain.
At Kansas City Columbus 8; Kan
sas City 2. '
coastTeague.
At Los Angeles
Score: R. H. E.
Portland 8 16 1
Vernon 3 8 1
Batteries: Henderson and Murray;
Wlllott und Brown, llogan.
At Sacramento
Score: It. H. E.
Kan Francisco 7 12 2
Sacramento 1 7 1
Baterlea: Sultorn and Schmidt,
Berry; Hunt, Fitzgerald and Thomas,
La Longe.
At Sun Francisco
Score:
Los Angeles
Oakland
HatterleB: Italia and
and Pearce.
n. H. E,
2 10 4
1 3 3
Smith; Kllroy
TO WllOU CO.NCKHXED.
One W. II. Illanton, claiming to rep
resent the New Mexico State Demo
crat, has no authority whatever to do
business for the paper. If Mr. Ulan
ton, who, when last heard wan In
Flagstaff still claim to represent the
paper and Is collectlnv on subscrip
tion or RdvertinliiK he U receiving
money tinder false pretenses.
J. 1. Albright.
RACE RESULTS
M Salt l4ike ( it).
--ut ijike City. June 16. An ordin
ary card was offered at the Lagoon
today and there were several
upsets for the form players. The track
as heavy, from recent rains. The fav
orites and one well played second
cnoice won. Summary:
First race. J fin-loncs Kelllnir- Trr,e
won; Marfl , second: Ostentations,
third. Time: 1:03 1-5.
Second race. 5 1-2 furlongs, sell
ing: Key El Tover, won; Ziek Ab
rains, second; Foreguard, third. Time
1:0S 4-5.
Third race, 5 1-2 furlongs, selling:
Abe Slupskey won; Hen Stone, sec
ond; Dell, third. Time: 1:0'J.
Fourth race, 7 furlongs, selling:
Lady McXally won; Tippy, second;
Husy Man. third. Time: 1:31 4-5.
Fifth race, mile, selling: Marigot
won; Tahoe. second; Pedro, third
Time: 1:45 1-5.
Sixth race, 6 furlongs, selling: Twi
light Queen won: lien Ann ..-nn.l-
I Beatrice Soule, third. Time: 1:15.
At l4itonia,
Latonia, June 16. Jof Morris, lead
ing from start to finish won the hand
icap at a milo and an eighth, the fea
ture event of the card at Latonia to
day and lowered the track record
for the distance three-tenths of a
second. Winter Green, the favorite,
annexed the third nice by a nose, af
ter a long stretch drive.
First race, 4 1-2 furlongs: Hamil
ton won: New Haven, second: VHey.
third. Time :55.
Second race, 5 furlongs: Wheel
wright won: Dung. mold, second:
Muck II. Eu bands, third. Time: :59
3-4.
Third race. A furlongs: Winter
Gren won; Al Muller, second; John
lleardon, third. Time: 1:13 3-5.
Fourth race, mile and a furlong:
Joe Morris won; Leamance, second;
No Show, third. Time: 1:51 1-5.
Fifth race, mile and seventy yards
Melton Street won: Star O'Rvaii, sec
ond; Emily Lee, third. Time: 1:44.
Wxth race, mile and a sixteenth:
Marian Casey won; Superstition, sec-
iiu, run jonnson, third. Time: 1
:46
The
uniform success timf Vtn n t
tended the use of Chamberlain's Col
ic, Cholera and Diarrh
1 - . - -
nan mane It a tavorite even-where. 7
iun always lie dcnenrterl nn,,
cum uy an aeaiers.
SAN FRANCISCO AFTER
1915 MEETING OF THE
MOTORCYCLE FIENDS
Iy4a. Correspondent to Morning Journal
i .i .
uiuianapoiis, Jnd., June 15.. What
would probably he the biggest thing In
me history of motorcycling is pro
posed by L. A. Cosncr, president !
the San Francisco Motorcycle club,
who in a letter to Fred I. Willis, of
Indianapolis, president of the Federa
tion oi American Motorcyclists has
marica tnp nail, rollln? for obtaining
tho lit 13 meet of the A i w,.
Francisco during the Panama-Pacific
exposition.
"It is practically assured," writes
President Cosner, that the fair will bo
held in our beautiful Golden Gate
park. In this park Is a stadium tapa
ble of seating 10,000 pople. This stad
ium was built at a cost of 1100,000,
and In addition to this the horsemen
of San Francisco contributed $25,1100
toward building a three quarter mile
turf track which is conceded to be the
linest of Its kind in America.
'Mayor V. II. McCarthy has prom
ised that tho city of San Francisco
will build us a board truck Just in
side the turf track."
Mr. Cosner is urging that, because
of the many other conventions that
will be held In San Francisco during
the fair, the F. A. M. take up tills
matter and vote on It at the coming
F. A. M. meet In Buffalo, during the
week of July 111. The San Francisco
club has elected delegates to Buffalo
who will present the Invitation and
urge its immediate acceptance. They
will bo backed by a letter from C. C.
Mooru, president of the Panama-Pacific
exposition company, reipiestlng
that the meet be hold there during
tho exposition, and by similar letters
from Governor Johnson, of California;
Mayor McCarthy of San Francl.soo.
and E. Simpson, managing editor of
thr, San Francisco Call.
The San Francisco rlub has 4"0
members now and expects to have Cuo
iy July l. l!y the time id the ex
position, says Mr. Cosner, It will have
1,000. This lllustruteH the grip motor
cycling has on the people of the coun
try especially in California, anil tin
Invitation for an event so fur" in the
future indicates the increasing Inter
est in the affairs of the Federation of
American Motorcyclists und the Im
portance attached to their an nun I
meets. This follows the stimulus of
constantly increasing membership In
the F. A. M. und tho "birth" of nun
dreds of new motorcycle enthusiasts
each month.
NEW YORK POLICE DEAL
BLOW TO FISTIC GAME
New Yolk, June 16. The police
dealt a blow at the prize fighting game
today uftcr several months of fulil"
effort to prevent boxing lioubi. They
arrested a number of persons con
nected with the International amateur
championship tournament in Madi
son Square Garden last May and four
of them in a special session today
wore fined. They were "Tim" Hurst,
the referee, and baseball umpire, who
wus fined $30; Samuel Towing, a box
er, $10 and two ticket sellers $2r
each.
Hecoi-d Target Shooting.
Chicago, June 1 C. 1'". W. McNIor,
of Houston, Texas, with a score of
142 out of a possible 150 targets, was
high among the amateurs today In
the Chicago Gun club tournament.
Jfpan Young of Chicago was second
with HI.
Wrestler Killed by Minor.
Fairbanks, Alaska, June 16. Fred
Sellers, a wi ll known light w eight
wrestler, was shot and killed last
night by Boris Bakesevltch, a Slavo
nian miner, after a quarrel that grew
out of a card game.
It ! wnr thnn useles to tnki any
medicines Internnlly for muscular
or chronic rheumatism. AM that Is
needed Is a free application of Cham
hertnln'a Liniment. For nalo hy all
dialer.
HUM OF INDUSTRY
GROWS LOUDER AT
ELEPHANT BUTTE
Damaged
Grande
paired;
Bridge Over Rio
Temporarily Re
Construction Work
Progresses
Camp.
Rapidly at Big
fSrwelsl CorrenpoBdenr to Morning Journal)
Elephant Hutto, N. .M., June 16.
The temporary tirldge at the dam
site, which was lately damaged by
high water, has been In a measure
repaired, making a convenient foot
bridge hy spanning the two breaks
with a suspension bridge, resting up
on the piling which wore not wash
ed out by the flood.
The foundation for the thirteenth
cottage on the hill Is being poured.
Mrs. Wells, "postmistress, is not In
the office all tho time now, having
employed an usistant in the person
of MisB Kathcrlne CoUint, of the
ton n site.
Mr. George 'Marr and Miss Etta
liumbrick surprised their friends here
by going tu Las Cruces, where they
were united In marriage by llev. Mr.
Mitchell, pastor of tho Presbyterian
church. Mr. Marr came hern from
Tulurosa. Tlu'lr friends hero ex
tend congratulations mid best wishes
for a long and happy married life.
The river has been high, but
not
high enough to do much damage.
Guo,l progress Is being made In
grading the roadbed and laying the
ties for the new standard guage track
which will be used as a running track
for the trains which will haul the
materials excavated from tho lino of
the flume to the dumping grounds
more than a quarter or a mile be
low the dam site. .New ears are ex
pected to arrive iu a few days to be
used on this track and they will be
haulted by the two dinkey engines,
lately brought from the Roosevelt
project. One of theso engines Is al
ready on" the west side of tho river
and the other yet remains on the
railroad track near the warehouse,
but will bo moved across tho river
as soon as tho Midland bridge com
pany completes the new bridge across
the Itlo Grande, a shirt dlstaneo be
low the dam Kite, one engine. It Is
claimed, will be able to do the work
until the bridge is completed. A period
of probably three weeks will be re
OUlred to complete lite bride, if there
is no further retarding of the work
on account of nigh water. Much de
lay in the construction of the bridge
has been on account of high water
preventing the driving of the piling
The gang of men under the super
vision of William Harkuess Is mak
ing steady progress on the excavation
for the, towers on the west side of
the river. The work of excavation for
similar towers on the east side of
the river has been retarded as the
head of the gang of men, Kris Kitch
ener, has been transferred to work
on switches and ulso upon the term
inal tracks.
Several crossings will necessarily
have to be put in from the working
trucks to the running tracks on the
west side of the river.
Work on the proposed flunio Is
greatly facilitated by the operation of
still leg derricks, the second having
been added only a few days ago.
Four more are soln to bo installed.
The flume, when completed, will be
used to divert tho river during the
construction of the foundation of the
dam, and also during the excuvution
lo bed ruck.
uIvm progress has been naulc on
the superstructure of the mercantile
lore at the town site.
A cur load of Ice arrive lu re from
Hcmiiig and was unloaded into the
ice room In tho now mess building on
the hill. This building is Hearing com
plction.
The new hospital building Is expert
ed to be ready for occupancy by July
1st.
Mr. und Mrs. Porter W. Dent of F.I
Paso, were here Thursday. Mr, Pent
Is the reclamation engineer tor this
district.
The appearance of the office blilld
iici und MiiTniiiiilihffs Is being materi
ally "changed the past few days. Tho
roof of the of TIci building was finish
ed und painted green a few weeks ago
tnd on Saturday the word "office" In
letters ten feet hi height wus placed
leross the ta.-it roof.
Men are
al work beaulifylng
office building.
the
front of tii(.
"Mickey" Welsh has a gang of men
at work constructing tho road from
the power house to an Intersection on
the L'ngle rotul, about two miles from
cum p.
J. A. Fi t ni b, an engineer of the
reclamation service, now stationed at
Kl Paso, eanie up here Wednesday,
returning In the afternoon on Thurs
day, He was accompanied by Mr.
Smith, postma-tcr In L'l Paso.
The rain gauge here showed a
precipitation of . Sii Inches on Mon
day. The country In this section hud
received very little rain for nearly two
moiilhs and the country was very
dusty. Ash canyon, In Which water Is
rarely ever seen, carried a good deal
on Tuesduv. Mexican laborers had
Ufflciiltv In veiling across to their
homes for dinner. They tinally had
to be carried across on horseback,
while tho rain In ramp was heavy. It
Is evident that It was much heavier
up m ar the load of the canyon. The
rain gauge an, I thi rmomctcr have
lately been moved by C. M. WelN.
the liicul observer, from the flat, to
near the resilience of Mr, Wells, en
the hill iu ortler that it will lie more
convenient for liiin to attend to It. He
formerly lived on the flat. This is one
of the 136 stations maintained by
the Weather bureau in New Mexico.
The reports 're sent in to sectional
director, Charles Llnney, ut Sunt! Fe.
Tlie office mens' dormitory, being
constructed on the bill near the of
lice building. The foundation ts com
pleted and the superstructure has be
gun. The building being a two-story
one. extensive scaffolding Is required.
The building will be of ndobe con
struction, having concrete foundation.
W. M. Heed, district engineer,
culled to Kl Paso on business,
Wednesday,
was
la at
The church social to be given at the
town site was postponed on account
of the Inclemency of the weather, un
til Thursday evening, June 22nd.
A.
BASE BALL CHAT
HOT OFF THE BAT
At 2:30 this afternoon the Grays at
Dawson will open up tho first game
of the seuson with the mining camps
all-professional baseball team. Here's
hoping they win.
The Dawson team win visit Albti
quorque for a return series of ganvs
on Junp 24 end 25. At that time with
tho Increased strength of the Grays
the locals should have no trouble iu
taking the miners Into c:iinp.
It will be hard to tell just how
strong tho Grays are until after the
present trip. This trip takes them up
against tho Dawsonites and the Lis
Vega Maroons, the two strongest
teams in the northern part of the ter
ritory. If the Grays win, and there Is
little reason why they should not, Al
buquerque will have a team the equal
of any minor league team in the coun
try. This Is something strong consid
ering the support the Grays get at
Traction p:uk.
The youngsters hold forth on the
mud flats on Sunday. The llappys
and the Brown und the Highland
Sluggers are going to go at it. The
Old Town Itiow ns think they have the
strongest team among the lesser lights
In the community, while the Happy
think they are Just as strong and a lit
tle bit stronger in the pinches.
Whut's the mutter with organizing
a City league among the younger
teams, say the llappys. the Old Town
Browns, the Highland Sluggers and
the Swastikas? Ought lo make semi
fine ball nmnuK tho Juniors for the
rest of the season. Somebody get In
behind the teams and manage them
properly and up a schedule and
have some good ball for tho bays.
Ty Cobb lia a younger brother,
Paul Cobb who Is expected to Join the
Washington American league teuin
next year. Some player he Is said to
be, too. It will look good to see the
brothers playing agaln;:t each other.
. Mathewson has a younger brother
who played In the Cactus league for
three years. Young Multle's trouble
was that he thought he was cut out
for a pitcher whereas ho was some
fielder and a great rtlcker. Oklahoma,
who grabbed him on his brother's rep
ns u heaver didn't even give him a
try-out, so It was back to the cactus
for him.
Li-mbke Is being given a try-out at
second base with the Grays, and ex
pects to make good. Charlie is one
of the fastest men on bnses In this
part of the country und if his fielding
eye Is In good shape he will prove a
tower of strength for the locnls.
' Doc'- Cornish Is expected to play
on third for the rest of the season,
oh, you Doc. If he hands out some of
the ginger that ho Infused Into the
Yale freshmen team he will be ns
good as three m-w- men on the team.
This will force Allen Into the field
where he can make as good as he did
on third. Allen is lust, and u swe -t
bitter.
I lliccn-loi h tin iim.
No serious uttempt is made to con
ceal the expectation of British war
ship designers tluit sooner or later
they may have lo come to the fifteen
Inch gun. In fact, designs have been
got out for fifteen and Hixtern-luch
wire wound pieces und are ready for
experimental construction. However,
th guns will not lie, ns reported, 6n-
ealibres, or sixty-two and one-half
feet long. TIiIh would be twelve and
one. bull- feel- lom-er than thi l.l.fi-
Inch gun, which Is Just a few inches
longer than tic twelvo-lnch SO-cull-bre
gun which It superseded. The
new gun will not be Very much longer
than the present standard.
As for the time when fifteen-Inch
guns will he adopted It depends on
other powers. F.ngland is now fur
ahead in weight of ordnance. She has
four ships in tho water and two about
lo be launched which will carry the
I .l.fi-lnch gun. No oilier power lias
yet got beyond twelve Inches. It Is
true the Texas und New York urn to
have 14-inch guns, but one of them
has only been begun and the other Is
not jet laid dow II.
The Krupps him a fourtcoh-lnoh
gun on their list, but It is believed to
be u fortress guii. The only other
gulls of thai sire talked of are for the
third Brazilian dreadnought In course
of construction at Flswlck, and they
ure not a certainty.
British lima I opinbui Is that before
the need of last'ng flfteen-inch guns
arises there Is a posslbllllv of It swing
lim k to smaller calibres. "
in the uiaiitlme Russia Is hustling
to get her new navy st ilted. Vlckers
Sons & Maxim are taking the Belgian
shipbuilding yard a' NlkolatefT. Th
Mariupol-Nikopol yard Is to bo fitted
with a Krunp armor plant, but Is to
be run by Itiisslans, These two yards
are tu build Drendnoiiubts for the
Black sen. An Island on the left bank
of the Neva Is also to be transferred
from the army to the navy and fitted
with two slips for DrendnoghtK,
probably to be used by the Vioker
firm. Thus six great ships cm
built sliuultanenu.-ly.
Germany, Ion, Is coining on. The
b.iuleship still known as F.iastz
lli imilail. the first built ut tho tun
Vaulkan jards Hi Hamburg, Is to be
launched in the last week of May.
Tin- new cruiser Meltke Is to go Into
coionilsslon this summer. It ts rc
poited tluit In the belief of her build
eis Bbc will make thirty knots an
hour.
i.ikihim; 4 iiii:m:
city.
.n astonishing Imprission of the
variety and pecii li irily of tii,. natural
riches of China Is given by the store
houses and factories of the Hankow
export firms. When as the export ol
tea. the monopoly of a few hug,. Rus
sian houses, has for sonic years re
mained almost stationary, the nluc
of the expert of oil seeds from Han
kow, to take one example of a com
parativt ly unimportant article, rose
from 3-S million tarls in I'.'tiT to l.V
In 1SMI3.
Boats bring wood tar from the t'p
pcr Yangtze iu big round baskets lined
with paper to be refined and fi melted
III tile factories: they bring astonish-'
iiig masses of tho greasy product of
the tallow tree used In European tech.
ideal Industries, also cotton and brans,
gallnuts, pigs' bristles; also skins
which are sun dried In the yards of
the storehouses and packed by means
of hydraulic presses for sea transport.
Millions of ducks eggs are, during
the few weeks of the season, manufac
tured by the hand labor in' coolie
women and children Into masses of
pure til led yolk and albumen, smelling
like biscuit. Tile albumen Is used in
the photographic u.dustry. the yt Ik
In the F.uruprun sweet stuff manu
facture, On the same bank of the
Yangtze are the new cold storage
houses and the great tobacco factories
of foreign firm, and near by are ore
refineries, In which antimony, bad
and zinc nre prepared for export.
in this ripidly Increasing export
trade of China, sins the Journal of
the American Asiatic association, the
Germans are taking a great share.
Both In ll.mkow and Shangh il near
ly 7." per cent of the export Is handled
by German firms, which look upon
Hankow ns the most Important of
their branches, which are spread like
a net over Chiim. The capacity oi the
German merchant, thinks to his
knowledge i f the world market and
his zeal to tliscovtr new resources, by
which even unlikely articles of export
gradually present a lucnitlce side,
has given him a leiullng position In
tho Chinese export trade, w.ilch the
more conservative and less expeil-
mentative Knglih and me Amcnm...-.,
thluklmr far more exclusively
about
"big" things, ure not likely
to win ex-
cept by following similar
mettious.
ALBl'QCKRQrE BOTTLING
CO.,
All Ulnil of 8oil, Coyote
Mineral Water. Special High
Ball (linger Ale.
I'hono 813. 80S N. 1st.
LOM.MOKI imos., ntors.
Mogollon
Stage and Auto Line
DAILY KXCLTT (SI XHAY,
Leave Silver City, 7 a. in.
Arrive Mogollon, 4 p. in.
Leave Mogollon, 7 a, m.
Arrlvo Silver City, 4 p. m.
Special cars on reiiiest.
Cull or ddieH C. V. Marriott, l'rop,,
Silver City, N. M.
Montezuma Trust Company
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO
Capital and Surplus, $100,000
INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS
FOR HEALTH SEEKERS AND REST SEEKERS.
Mountain hralth resort, 75 miles north of Alburpinrrpio. on main
line of Santa Fe, 114 tnlles from depot. Tent bungalows In pine for
est with every accommodation furnished for housekeeping, rendy for
occupancy. Write for particulars, Williamson Kanch, Gloriutu, N, M,
CONSOLIDATED LIQUOR COMPANY
COR FIRST AND C0ITR
UvLKY I tliJyir IN UUK
ILLUSTRATED CATALOG
PHONE 138 P. O. BOX 318
iAieee-4e
STOP LIMPING & LOOK PLEASANT
By using William's Foot Comfort. W e guarantee It to do the work, I'rlo
25 cents at
The Williams Drug Company
Man Front I IT W. Central.
Oak and Maple Polished Flooring
Builders' Supplies
Albuquerque Lumber Co., 423 N. 1st St
GROSS, KELLY & CO.
(Incorporated) '
Wholesale Merchants, and Deal
ers in Hides, Wool and Pelts
Navsjo Blankets, rinon Nuts, Ttoans, Chill, rotators and Other N&
tlve Products
Houses at East Ias Vegut, N. M.;
N. M.; Pecos, N, M.; Logan,
l't I rrm
APPELL'S
South African
WATER
BAG
K.ecpj water
, cool 4! hours
or longer, in
un or shade i
prrat boon tu
prospectors.
Take no Substitute
surveyor', : portunen, itockmrn, farm-er-i,
teamsters, am one exposed to dry
or warm weathrr. I 'snl hy U. S. Gov't.
S'roiig-, lijrht, eay to t arry. GiunntMj
IhU Letter TyttMri tho Attitude
ei ah utera
CfMiruifie Klkb.fi. Iiullina.
W h ! In Nfl.l rrcftitlr I hxl T"iim to drink
ftm wie ol four Roulti Afocn Wilfr Ibf. Watrr
lrtm Wte bat ccruwty UMr fintd on llwdfsert. Wt
mrd am of nur 2 J filioa b(l ind lienkir
tnttnt f tl All rf.o, nH itlmth ihi Itmftrttur mu
n i.V in thi and lit the mnrnmc t Inund the
! 'pirkhnj in.l u cnld ai let irr. It cttoinl?
it a bom, to iboM living in tbe arid rr-cusia.
'mri Sum,. V. I. WIDER
FOR SALE BT DEALERS SVEST WHLRB
Ailitix Aiirll Witlxr HmrCm., Pnrtlnnd.Or.
Kuv.
"Are you busy these days'.'" asked
the doctor.
Itusy : exclaimed the undertaker.
I'm simply rushed to death." I'llUa,.
th Iplila Itecord.
l.lit ra.c.
".Mortgaged your house and lot
have you? Automobile?"
"No; coronation." Chicago TrU
Inine.
THE WM, FARR COMPANY
Wholesale and retail dealers In Freeh
and Salt Meats, Sausasei a Specialty.
For cattle and huge the biggest mar
ket prices are paid.
....!'-.:
WHEN THE CHILDREN SEE
the tempting bread, rolls, buns,
cakes, etc., that come from this
bakery they find It hard to resist
Hie temptation to take at least
a little taste. Our products cer
lainly do look templing and
tasting onlv strengthens tho
good Impression. Give up homo
baking for a while and rely on
us for your bread, cake, etc. It's
dollars to doughnuts uu never
worry over an oven again.
PIONEER BAKERY
207 South First Street
IB 1
l A ' -, ... ...it.' ' .'U T i
jtMW.t in i i i mw0iim.mV!
UNliU Kim tUK
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Albuquerque, N, M.; Tucumcarl,
N. M and Trinidad, Colo.

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