Newspaper Page Text
THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY JUNE 21, 1911.
SPO BASEBALL STANDING OF THE TEAMS , a clonal League. Wen. Lost. Pet. Chicago 35 2D .636 ,cw Vrk . .35 21 .625 fitfi 'ir 32 23 .582 Philadelphia ....... :33 ' 24 .5"S St Louis 3D 25 .549 CiiuiMiali ,..,.25 31 .446 Urooklvn 20 36 .357 Boston 13 43 .232 American league. Won. Lost. Pet. Detroit 41 IS .695 New York 29 23 .558 Philadelphia 84 IS .654 Chicago 27 A .52!) Boston 2S 26 .527 Cleveland 23 36 .390 Washington 21 34 .382 St. Uuiis 16 41 .281 Western League, Won. 37 31 . . . .30 .29 30 26 Lost. Pot 18 .73 20 .608 28 .577 25 .537 27 .526 29 .473 32 -.418 45 .211 Denver .... Pueblo . . . Lincoln . . Sioux City Bt. Joseph , Omaha . . Topeka . . '. l)is Moineg 23 .12 Where They Play Today. National league. , Philadelphia, at Urooklyn. Pittsburtf at Chicago. New York at ltostoh. St. Louis at Cincinnati. American league. Washington at Philadelphia. , Boston at New York. Chicago ut St. Louis. Cleveland at Detroit. ' ; NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Louis, 5: Clnolnnittl, 4. Cincinnati, June 20. iTromme'a wiidness and Beschers (.ostly muff of a fly In the second gave St. Louis five runs and permitted them to win an exciting- gam:. Keefe succeeded FroTine in the ih'rd and held his op ponents sale, i mfli'tshlns, the season's ri'orct by rti.kuiR out six men consec utively. s'..;cre: R. H. E. St. Louis 050 000 000 5 6 0 Cincinnati 101 010 0014 9 3 Butteries Steele and Bliss; From me, Keefe and McLean. New York, 2; Boston. 1. Boston, June 20. New York de feated Boston in a well-played game todav. The visitors Moored the win ning run in the ninth after two were out. Devore singled and made a nice steal of second, coring on Doyle's double over Pfefl'jr'g head. Score: . Boston "01 000 0001 6 1 New York. 000 001 0012 5 1 Batteries Mattem and Kling; Mar ijuard and Myers. PlillllfH, 0: Urooklyn, 5. Brooklyn, June 20. Brooklyn and Philadelphia pluyed a ten-inning game, the visitors winning. Philadel phia won out on Luderus' double, a force out and Doolen's sacrifice 'fly. Score: It. .'I.E. Philadelphia ..010 001 030 11 2 Brooklyn 000 010 1305 7 3 Batteries Moore, Alexander and Morgan; Barger and Krwin. . Plitabunc. 3: t'lilcan, 2. Chicago. June 20. Pittsburg de feated Chicago by bunching hits off Kiehie. Adams was effective and kept the loea'ls hits scattered. Score: E. Chicago 010 001 0002 5 0 1'lttsburg 000 100 2003 8 0 Batteries Hichte, Loney, Saler anil Archer; Adams and Gibson. WESTERN LEAGUE la I. Totu'Ljt. 1). al-l St. Joseph, June 20. Freeman i. josepn, June cv. r n.-i.u.,. -lowed Tnnubi nnk Hn hits In the sec ond game c,f the scrips and fct. Joseph an Notice to 1 the Tax Payers Road tax for the year ; 1911 is now due and : payable at 0. A. Matson's : Book Store. I Also the delinquent tax for x the year 1910 is payable I I at the treasurer's office at 1 the Court House. m44)444444 X44H won. Fust fielding tiy the visitors was the feature. M'Te: 11. H. E. Topeka 00D (100 000 0 2 1 St. Joseph 001 009 00 1 7 1 Batteries Clark and Frambes; Freeman una Kerns. .Sioux City, 7; Pueblo. 6. Sioux City. June 20. Sioux City came from behind in the frmne here today, winning in the seventh anil elgnth, when ten hits allowed six runs. . Score: ...... R H. E. Sioux City 100 000 33 7 14 1 Pueblo 210 003 0006 10 2 lotteries Sutre. F. Miller and II. Miller; Kills an,) Olemmons. , Lincoln, 5; IV MoitieM, 4. Dps Moines, June 20. Llneuln took th second game of the series from 1is Moines today. Thomas, for tin vlsitojs, knocktd two bulls over the ftnee. Score: U. H. E. Pes Moines ...000 000 1304 8 3 Lincoln ..002 100 011 5 14 1 Hatterles Northrup, Hercche and I'ltovvski; Fox and Stratton. Omnlui, 0; Denver, 0. I Omaha. June 20. Robinson pitched one of the best names seen here Ihif season, allowing Denver but two hits, and Omaha won. Score: 11. II. E. Omaha 140 000 10 6 1 1 i Denver 000 000 000 0 2 4 itntterleu KnliitiHon and Arbocasl; 'O'Brien, Harris and McMurrey.. AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit, 8; Cleveland. 3. I 'il l rul r I mi- "O Detroit knocked M lie tie II nut nf th hox in less than two innings and this, coupled with brilliant base-runntngl caused Cleve land's defeat today. score: Cleveland 001 001 1003 ID 4 Detroit 250 010 00 S 10 i Batteries Mitchelr, Krapp anu Land; Fisher. Lively and Stallage. Washington Philadelphia postponed on amount it rain, two games to morrow, New York, ; Boston, 8. New York, June 20. New York pounded out nine hits and scored sev en runs In the last two innings and nosed out a victory. Chase drove in the wlnnlg run with a. hit which would have been a home run if it had not sent a man in from third and end d the. name'.-- ' " Score H- F" n,.un 1 1 0 001 401 8 10 2 New York 200 000 0259 15 3 Batteries: Hall. Pape ana jNuna maker; Ford, Vaughn and Sweeney. Chicago Takes Both. St. Louis, June 20. Chicago hit the local pitchers hard, took advantage ol errors and had little trouble winning both ends of the double beador with St. Lo'Uis. 1n thetfirst igam . th visitors knocked Lake and Mitchell off the mound, while Olmstead pitch ed fair hall. The second game was a slugging match in which St. Louis used three pitchers. The locals rallied in the sixth but felt short. i.'irst irnmn Hoore: It. If. E. Chicago 101 040 0006 12 3 St. Louis 100 002 0003 10 1 Batteries Lake, Hamilton, aiucneu and Stephens, Kritchell; Olmstead an J Block. Second game Score: It. II. I'.. Chicago 002 032 00013 12 2 St. Louis 000 006 000 6 8 1 Batteries: Baker and Payne; George, Mitchell. Harper and Clarke. SOUTHERN LEAGUE. At Montgomery Montgomery, 0 Atlanta, 3. At Birmingham Birmingham, 4 Chattanooga, 1. At Mobile Mobile, 3; Nashville, 0 At New Orleans New Orleans, 9; Mem phis, 1. COLLEGE ATHLETICS New Haven, June 20. Harvard, 8; 13; 1. Yale, 2; 6; 4. "COAST league! " At Los Angeles: San Francisco, 3; 11; 0.. 0; 2; 1. Bad' lief Sutor and IUillc,';h und Brown. Vernon, Schmidt; At San Francisco: Score n; Portland J " Oakland Batteries: Steen, Henderson and Murray; Pernoll and l'earce. At Sacramento: Score Los Angeles Sacramento , Batteries: llalla and Smith; Isourse and La Longe. JOCKEYS BADLY HURT AND HORSE IS KILLED Oklahoma City, Okla., June 20. Jockeys Robert Small anil J. Denny were scrlourly hurt in an e i.ir-,,. ... the first race at the fair grounds here today, and Edna S., the horse ridden bv Small was killed. 'The accident occurred on the first turn when Witness, ridden by Denny, went down and Edna 8. stimbled over him. Both jockeys were thrown hard, Small sustaining n concussion of the brain. Denny's colarbone was broken and he was badly bruised. Edna 8. was owned by If. T. Bache lor and company of Dallas. Willie Man's lloM'. Memphis, Tcnn., Juno 20. Joe Mandot of New Orleans, whose pug ilistic fume heretofore tins been lim ited, came Into prominency ns a fight er tonight when he mauled Joe Cos ter of Brooklyn, regarded as a oon ti nder for the featherweight title, through eight rounds In i bout before the Southern Athletic club and Rained nr. undisputed decision. ".' Motor Magnate Killed. Goshen. Ind.. June, 19. (1. E. de La Fontaine of Cleveland, O., vice president of the Chleuo Motor Car company, was killed yesterday tit Dunlap, when the Biitnmoblle he was driving skidded and struck the guy wire of u telegraph pole. IBE WEEKS TDD MUGH FDR VEGAS; PIllAK Albuquerque Defeats Maroons Four to Three In Spectacular Game; Fast Fielding of Grays a Feature, r Special DUpatrh to the Murnlni: Joornidl 1-as Vegas, N. M., June 20. In a sensational game this afternoon Albu iiuerque '"feated the I,as Vegag Ma roons 4 to 3, reversing the score of yesterday when they lost. "Kube" Weeks, for the visitors, -was in line form and ttcorded splendid support, holding the local hitters for six in- nuigs. The features of the game were the effectiveness of Pitcher Ed- burn, for the locals, with men on bases and the fast fielding of Arter, right, and De Blassie, left field for the vis itors. Score: It. H. E. Albiniueriiue ..010 001 002 4 HI 4 Las Vegas 100 000 020 3 4 7 Batteries: Albuiiueroue Kube Weeks and Weeks. Las Vegas Eilburn and Martin. Summary: Struck out by Weeks, 5; Kdbiirn, 3. Two base hits Allen, Arter. Wilson. Time of gtuiie, 1 :30. Umpire Duncan. T Copyright Books at Lowest Prices and Stationery Among Things to Be Featured, t The announcement made in yes terday morning's paper that O. A. Matson was to start a big special sale today, Immediately caused more or less of a sensation among the shop ping public and the opening of the Pre-lnventory Sale this morning will of course be marked by the usual Jam which attends the Matson functions. The wonderfully low prices quoted In these columns yesterday on all the pretty and useful and decorative and indlspenslble articles for which the Matson Btore is famous, proved pretty Interesting reading for the shoppers and here are a lew items which will be Just as Interesting: Reprint copyright books, all the best and most popular books, thirty flvo cents apiece. one dollar and a half books at one dollar, flat. Celebrated Swastika writing papers, eighteen cents a pound which is sim ply slaughter. Envelopes, two packages for twenty-five cents. Going some In the writing paper line, what? Well, the big doings begins today and lasts until Saturday night. You know the Matson goods you know how he macerates and lacerates the prices when he wants more shelf room. Drop In today and take a look and drop early or the stuff you want may have been already gobbled. . .J. Cnrs well ventilate, Alrdome. DEATHS AND FUNERALS Carl 11. Ilnnis. Word was received in this city yes terday of the (leiith In Los Angeles of Carl E. Funis, an old time Alhutjiier (Uo maii, who for a number of years was city clerk here. He died very suddenly and news of his death will come a p shock to his many friends In the southwest The cause of his death was not given. For a number of years Mr. Funis wan' employed with the Santa Fe here, and was also em ployed by the Santa Fe at Los An geles ut the time, of his death Mrs. Hannah Patterson. Mrs. Hannah Patterson, better known a,s "Grandma" Patterson, who made this city her home for the past seventeen years, died at the residence of her daughter, Mrs, L. H. Black, 401 1-2 East Lead avenue yesterday morn ing, at the advanced age of 88 years. Death resulted after months of suffer ing from a complication of diseases. The funeral will occur from Mil Black's home on Thursday, Rev. Mr. Rogers conducting the ceremony. Mrs. Patterson was born In Spencer, Ky.. living In that section all through the, stormy days of the civil war on the events of which she was Well posted. She leaves in addition to her d ingbter, Mrs. Black, of this city, and, her granddaughter. Miss Yolo Rrinson, another daughter. .Mrs. Francis Mon roe, of Quincy, III. The Clenr-the-Deck Sale at the big department store of Rosenwald Brothers, which has been running ir.e Monday. N nci cnpllshlng what ire title Implies, el arlng the decks of every deo.n'ivfn' to make way for tlie new th'nyc that ere constantly nrrivit from the lu;t markets of the coui.tt y. L.ist Sunday's nCrnitlve full-page anti-ium omcnt In tlu Morning Jour nal was ;si mined fell of money-saving ilem frwii vcry department of the store, and rnt.b sn l every department has I, ceil f nVed on to make good their offers, which has lien done In every liH'iinc? to the -t I I let,, satisfaction of the luyer K.u h ,'epnrtment head ropi rts excfllent bi Vness In his line. Albit(ueriieiins nre rapldlv learning tho many advantages of the modern department store Try a Journal Want Ad, Results BICIVIATSQNSALE TO ft TODAY RIWID STORE POPULAR mniS AND FLYNN fl Big Mill Declared Off; Business Men Accuse Sapulpa of Put ting Crimp In Match to Get Even, By Morning Journal 8ix-vl.il Lmaed Wire Tulsa, Okla., June 20. 1' cause of the threatened interference of Gov ernor Cruce- of Oklahoma, the Mnrrts Flynn fight, scheduled ln'i. for Jul 4, will not take place u that date, but wll be held in some state oilier than Oklahoma at a later date. J I. F. L'l'er, manager of I'arl Morris, who was promoting the fight, late today Issued the following statement: "Since the governor of the great and glarlous state of Oklahoma has seen fit to take a stand against some thing he feared would be a smudge on tho fair name of the state, the .Morris. I'.ynn boxing contest, S' tn duled to be held 111 Tulsil July 4, will not be held In Oklahoma. "I will advise Governor Cruce to get busy and remove some other things that may be Injuring the state's good name. "The fight Will bo held in some other state and while it cannot be staged on July 4, It will be soon there after. (Slsned) "P.. V. I'FER." According to Mr. l'l'er. the training tamp he hail established for Carl Morris here, soon after he bought the contract for the engineer, will bo de serted as soon as suitable ipiarlers for the summer can be found, lie says he may lake MorrlH to Europe. A number of Oklahoma City busi ness men have asked that the tight be held here, saying that the law is faulty and they wish the Morris-Klynn match for a test case. Business men hero are Indignant over the action ta ken by tho governor. They say that the fight fans at Sapulpa, Jealous bo enusf they lost Morris, huve caused the step to he taken. JIM l'LYXV WILL FIGHT ANYWHERE ON F..YHTII. Kansas City, Juno 20. "I will fight Carl Morris any place on eartii and beat him," said Jim Flynn, tho Pueblo fireman, hero tonight, when told of the statement Issued by Mr. I fer. "I wanted to fight him in Oklahoma because that Ig his home and that Is wheer his friends are. I always Ilk to beat people on their own ground. I have posted mf forfeit and Mr. Ufer has tlone'the Abme fori Morris, and 1 will continue jtfalnlnft tor th match.. Jit htir cqirt', the fooner the better.-" r it, .,, Flynn has been training hard and Is eonfliKitt of winning, when) he meets the big OklnUomanj He siid he did not know wriHtfdatq would te selected for the matt h. U 1 I GOVERNOR NOT SI RPItlKF.D; KNF.W IT ALL THE TIME. oklahomn City, Okla.. June 20. When told that H. F. I'fer, promoter of the Morris-Flynn fight had an nounced the match would not be held in Oklahoma, Governor Cruce said to night: "1 liavH heard the fight has been coiled off. For that mutter, it was called off several days ngo." The governor added that the match would not he held in Oklahoma "at least, not within the next four years." RACE RESULTS At Latonia. Latonlu, June 20. one of the best week day crowds of the meeting was at Latonia today and enjoyed some excellent sport. Princess Callaway an nexed the fourth race, a mile affair by a length from Kormak. King's Daughter got off In the last portion and came strong in the stretch, but could nut reach. First race, 6 furlongs: Morode won; Lady McGee, second: Nancy Grater, third. Time 1:01 2-B. Second race, f furlongs; Alamltos won: New Haven, second; John Rob ert, third. Time 1:01. Third race, 6 furlongs: Emily Lee won; Marsaiid, second; Helena, third. Time 1:14 l-C. Fourth race, mile: Princess Calla way won; Kormak, second; King's Daughter, third. Time 1:30 2-5. Fifth race, mile and a sixteenth: Stone Street won: The Hague, second; High Range, third. Tlme-rl Ma Sixth race. 'mile, mid a , sixteenth: Forehead won: lima, second; Intrin sic, third. Time 1:4. 4-5. At Salt Lake. Salt Lake City, June 20. Frank Mullens annexed the feature of to day's card ut the Lagoon track. Paw huska, an outsider, was second. Joc key Maripol was set down for one week for disobedience at the post and Jockey Reynolds was ordered not to accept engagements outside his) contract for unsatisfactory riding. Re sults: First race, futurity course selling: Geminell. won; David Warlleld, sec ond; Descendant, third. Tiim 1:0'. 2-5. Second race, fi furlongs selling: Ril lie Myer won; Hidden Hand, second; Marie Hyde, third. Time 1:13 1-5. Third race, mile selling: Sticker won; Daicln, second; Acumen, third. Time 1:40 4-5. Fourth race, 5 furlongs purst: Frank Mullens won; Pawhuska, sec ond; Shooting Spray, third. Time :5! 2-5. Fifth race, mile and seventy yards selling: Knight of Ivanhoe won; Ed win T. Fryer, second; Hen I'ncns, lllird. Time 1:40 2-5. Sixth, race, t furlonus selling: Eliza beth Harwood won: Hell, second; An nie Wells, third. Thin 1:00 3-5. No excess, people allowed to weigh five hundred pounds, Alrdome. JAPANESE FORFEIT GAME TO 0LYMPIA Olympln, Wash., Juno 20, The game between the Kelo university baseball team of Japan and olympln was forfeited to olyinpla, to 0 today, when the Japanese players left the held In the id.xth Inning because the umpire called the bailer out. The score wns 7 to 7 when the game broke up. Governor Hay, Justices of the stale supreme court and other high officials occupied seals in the grandstand. WILL NOT FIGHT 1 OKLftHO! GBO ORIENTALS SINelGHHOHIG METIS HYMNS AT BIG Impressive Demonstration of What Sunday School Woik Has Done for Childien of Eastern Lands. H Morning Jmirnul Kprrlul I.iumiI W'lrr J San Francisco. Jcne 20. A demon-1 stration of what Sunday si lino! Work j has done for Oriental children was the most imprcssitc feature of today's se-siun of the International Sunday Si llool association. Hindus. Chinese, Japanese and Koreans from the Sun day si 'hnls of San Pram isco partici pated, the children being garbed in the costumes of I lie land of their parents, line hundred and seventy hve Japanese, 400 Chinese and 12 Ko rean children took pari in the ser vices, and led by a Chinese buy ten years old, all joined in singing hymns. The exercises were followed by an address by the Rev. William A. Brown of Chicago, Intel national mis sionary superintendent, who gno foine personal experiences along the til ing line. Toda v was "Home Mission day" and asldi from conferences ol home mis sionaries from Holds west of the Rocky iiiouiitifins there were a num ber of addresses. "Missions, the Mes sage" was the topic discussed bv Ro bert M. Hopkins, of Cincinnati. )., Bi ble school secretary of the American Christian Missionary society. Rev. Henry J. Croker. D. D., Kan Fas City, Held secretary of the board of home missions, Methodist Episco pal church, spoke on The Christian halion of North America." Rev. F. E. Higgins of r.cmidjl. Minn., told ol "Missionary Work In Logging1 Camps." CLEVELAND COUNTRY CLUB WINS MORRIS GOLF TROPHY Chicago. June 20. The Cleveland Country club, with a score of lit clown won the Tom Morris Memorial golf trophy in the competition of Friday according to the official announce ment made today. JAP UNIVERSITY BALL TEAM GRABS A SMALL LEMON Cleveland, Jun 2u. The Waseda university baseball team of Japan was defeated by the Tellings of Cleveland, an amateur team, today, 5 to 3. PERFECT SCORES MADE AT HANDICAP SHOOT Columbus, O.. June 20. J. M. Hawkins of Baltimore, Md and J R. Livingston of Sprlngville, Ala., had perfect scores of 100 each today It) the preliminaries to the Grand Aim r Icin handicap shoot. There were twenty bird sweep stakes wltii 100 birds for each man. Ad. Topperweln of San Antonio, Tex., broke ninety-seven. F E Alleged Swindler Brought to Los Angeles Said to Have Fleeced Uncle Silas On Ex tensive Scale, By Morning Journal Hpwlal Lrwrd Wln-1 Los Angeles, June 20 John F. Wil ton, alleged swindler, wanted here to answer to a federal Indictment charg ing III in with fraudulent use of the mails, was broiiijhl lure from San Francisco today by the Culled States marshal at San Francisco. He will be arraigned Monday in tho Culled States district court. It is .alleged that Wjlsdn operated at Los Angeles under the name of the California Hay and Product! com pany. Among several other aliases were F. J. Webb at Di li ott.aJid John II. Watson and company, at lUimll ton, Out. According to the federal authorities. Wilson's alleged swindling operations were among the most extensive they have ever known. They allege that lio wrote letters to farmers through out tln countrv nskimr them for their lowest limitations on grain and hay. He would oiler them, it Is said, high er than market prices. When they accepted and shipped to points he named he would order cars diverted to olher cities and sell ut what he was offered. It Is asserted he pocketed the money lie received. STATLTATTORNEY T Cases Against Lee O'Neill Browne, Et Al,, Nolled; Im possible to Punish Bribers In Sangamon County, Springfield, HI, June 20. Declar ing that It appeared lo he Impossible to procure convictions In cases per taining to brlberv and corruption In Sangamon county, Slate's Attorney Edmund Burke, In the central court this morning nulled the case pending against Lee. O'Nell Browne, Robert K. Wilson, Louis D. Hlrcheimer and Prank J. Traut, w ho are charged with conspiracy to commit bribery In con nection with fish legislation during Hie foily-.'lxlli i peril nsremHy. III BUNCOED AIRS EEQEilflL CHI GIVES UP I T COilCT IEW DISEASE Congressman Wants to Delve Into Cause of Unhappy Inter national Wairiaiies; Buttinn Into Coronation. Mornlnr Jnurnil Snrriitl I merit Wirt Wash'tiutoii. June lnv..'stig.'itiou of "i biorii. tith-tti," di scribed as a 'it. ase ut "rit h, triist-icnde women." is urged in a resolution Introduced In the house tod iy by Representative Sali.it It of Illinois, who would have the stat," department iimoiie why on ly two dozen American pt i tcss base I ci ii giani.ai permission to take part la the i oroiiation In Kn ;lanil and to ascertain the amount this country is sending across to,. Atlantic annually to maintain titles. Aft 1 demanding that lighl be thrown mi the discrimination shown anainst the other American peeresses, the resolution i-.-ix tor Information as lo the number of unhappy marriages and the it iiioii t, t of Americaii money being spent in tho chase niter eoro- IH'fs. Every mm who siitTeri from varicocele. drnls, lott strength, nrrvoin debility, binitniKii. rheiiina ttaoi or weskneas of any kind ought to read our big, free lumk, wlilcli tells tow men Decerns strong and vlgoroun aftur ttie uppllvatlua Electra Vlta. , , , Thl buolt Is written In rain lanatuige nud brn utlfnlly Illustrated witU pictures of well lailt. nihimt men and women. It eipialna ninny Mcreti you nhoulil know. Keaieui her, It In iihwilutflly free. If yu I1 brlug or mull thin coupon to us. Pun't wnlt a lnumte. Cut out the eoupos rlflit now. Cnll if you ciui. Coiniiltntloti free Office hours--H a. 111 to 0 P m ; Weilumliiy unit Hstiinbiy wveiitngs until 8; faieluy, 10 to 12. The Electra-Vita Co. III. I T. 7. 230 1-2 South Spring Street. LOS AMIiEI.ES Please send mo, postpaid, vour free yn-pime Illustrated book. N'ame i. AddresH W. A. G0F F CARPET CLEANING Phone 568 205 E. Central Ave. Mogollon Stage and Auto Line DAILY ICXC ICPT S1MAV. Leave Silver City, 7 a. in. Arrlva Mogollon, 4 p. m. Leave Mogollon, 7 a. in. Arrive Silver City, 4 p. m. Special cara on request, fall or addreaa C. W. Marriott, Prop., Silver City, N. M. Montezuma Trust Company - - 'ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO i : i Capital and Surplus, $100,000 . . , INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DEPOSIT t COR FIRST AND COITER UVURYTFUNG IN OUR LINE-WRITE fOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOG V'lIONE 138 !! O. BOX 318 ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. STOP LIMPING & LOOK PLEASANT Py using; Wllllam'a Foot Comfort. W e guarantee It to do the work. Prlca 2G cents at The Williams Drug Compan lilac lVool 44-l-M-M4"l" Oak and Maple Polished Flooring Builders Supplies Albuquerque Lumber Co., 423 N. 1st SL -M-l4"r"r'r GROSS, KELLY & CO. (Incorimraled) Wholesale Merchants, and Deal ers in Hides, Wool and Pelts Navajo Blanket, Plnon Nuts, P.enns, Chill, Potatoes and Other Na tive Products Houses at fiast Las Vecas, N. M.j Atbtinuerntie, N. M. Tucumcarl. N. M.; I'ecia. N. M. Lok'an, N. M., and Trinidad, Colo. I r -nrrWVIlAiTI' a'aSST I -YebstebS New i International Dictionary THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? liu.l, ouvenaK .vory field of tiia world' thought. etion sad ciUtiura. Tho only nrw unabridged, dictionary la tuny ytuu. Becue " 3ne over 400,000 . IVonin; mora than aver bnturs appeared between two cover. 7oo iXAo. 6000 JJ lnst rations. Because ho'y dictionary 1 with tha new divided. I I page. A "btroka of Oeuiua," J Because Jt n encyclopedia In ' aingla Toliuue. Because 14 eeeptd by tha - Courts, Boheola and Preu aa tha 000 nupretuo ma thority. Because wno koa Wla SacveHH. Let ua tali you about Uua sew work. WKm Ut fcmtm tl urn HUM ftf. CtC. HtRRIAM CO.. r.UuUn, SrtatfuU. Mm. wUaa Uli neatn 1'KUtM alxttM VN Hl'.UWI 01 TV PEWIUTEH C'OMP.WV. 821 West Gold. Phone 144. Typewriter for rent. libbons and repair for all muLc. MIfliWfSnPliT'e FRENCH FEWL liy.liaoiryaMil )PILLS.I NIVIR KNOWN TO r AIL. re Huroi Br-ir t hiu. (a. liott t.uintit r Mi.iw ttofuinlMl. tttl ftrwpkltl tot 31.00 IH-f tsut. Will a,.i,( thrlHoBttta,! Ii. ha. v.i.l when fi-;tevil. Him ( let r r. If ynttf dfUtgllt dui aV I aiakiw ainriu iruu juur unicn u am UNirto iroici co . ecu T, uioTt, Sold id Albuauciqvt bv tht I. H. Q'Relllv Co THE WM. FARR COMPANY Wholesale and retail dealer In Fresh and Salt Meats, Kauaagee a Specialty. For cattle and hogs tha biggest anu. ket prlcea ara paid. I i'"lv"l ili'il'-.i'.'niiihl'' ii r- u'0 , ( - , II T I .,sir ; 4,:'-'J WHEN THE CHILDREN SEE I ho tempting bread, rolls, buna, cukes, etc., that come from this bakery they llnd It hard to resist the temptation to take at least a little taste. Our products cer tainly do look tempting end tasting only strengthens tha good Impression, (live up home baking for a, while and rely on us for your bread, cake, etc. It'a dollars to doughnuts you never worry over an oven again. PIONEER BAKERY 207 South First Street 117 W. Pnilral 1 i... 1 1 11 : ' !