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the ALBUQUEKQUE MORNING JOURNAL. THURSDAY, JULY 6,1911.
SPORTS L STANDING OF THE TEAMS National l.rnup. Won. f.ost. Tot New York 44 J. Chicaso 42 2 .1 rhiladelphia 42 2 .? l'ittshunf 3S SO St. Louis 3 31 ..'T Cincinnati 2 3 .42 Hrooklyn 27 42 .31 Hoston 1 4 .229 American Iefiie. Won Lost Pet. luin.it 49 23 .6S1 Philadelphia 47 23 .fill Now York 37 32 .n3t Chicago 34 31 ..".23 Huston .. iSS 34 .514 I'leveland 23 41 .44 Washington 27 48 .376 ,st. Louis IS . 51 .21 Western Lrague. Won Lost Pot. lamer 44 26 .29 l'uchto 42 2-5 .427 St. Jo.sei.li 42 31 .575 Lincoln 3S 30 .559 Sioux City 3 32 .543 Omaha 33 3S .485 Topeka 2S 42 .400 lies Moine.i Iti 57 .219 Where They Play Today. National Irptie Pittsl.urfT at Brooklyn. Cincinnati at Hunt on. t'hicaKo nt .New York. St. !uis at Philadelphia. American 1eagne. Philadelphia at Cleveland. NATIONAL LEAGUE Fvn Break at Philadelphia. Philadelphia, July 5. Philadelphia and New York broke even in today's double-header. The home team won the tirBt game by hittln Mathewaon hard, while New York took the sec ond easily, knocking Kowan off the rubber in lens than two InninKS. Dev lin was sent off the field in the open ItiK contest for disputims a decision. Score: First name R. II. E. New York 001 002 0104 11 1 Philadelphia . 101 020 20x 6 14 3 Batteries: Mnthevvson and Myers; Wilson; Hums, and Dooin, Second game K. IT. K. New York .. 231 000 20210 1 1 2 Philadelphia . 010 000 0001 6 4 Batteries: Marquard and Myers, Wilson; Howan, Chalmers, Stack, Humphreys atul Kooln, Madden. Brooklyn 5: lloslon 2, Brooklyn, July 5. Boston's pitch ers were wild and the locals won. Weaver ot Into trouble in the first lnnina, forcinu In one run and letting in another by a wild pitch. Rncker kept Brooklyn out of danger throughout. Score: n. H. E. Boston ...... 010 001 2 8 2 Brooklyn 220 000 (1 x 5 7 2 Batteries: Weaver, Tyler. Criffln and KIIiik; Backer and Bergen. Pittsburg : Pittsburg. July St. Louis .1. 5. Pittsburg de-! FRECKLES New Dmik Thai (Quickly Boniows 'Ihese Homely Spots. There's no longer the slightest need of feeling ashamed of your freckles, as a new drug, otlilne double strength has been discovered that is a positive cure for these homely spots. Simply get one ounce of othlne double strength, from your druggist anil apply a little of it at night, and in the- morning you will see that even tile worst have begun to disappear, while the light freckles have vanished entirely. It is seldom that more than an ounce Is needed to completely clear the skin and gain a beautiful clear complexion. Be sure to ask for the double strength othlne, as this Is sold under guarantee of money hack If It falls to iviimvp the freckles. DOOOCC CANTALOUPES They they are fine. Order while are fresh, 3 for 25c Phoenix WATERMELONS New car, better than ever 2cjb. NATIVE APRICOTS y 3 lbs, for 25c Belle Springs BUTTER 2 lbs. for 55c Same Grade Always. Headquarters for Berries. A J.MAL0Y Phones 72-173 Maloys r tValed Si. Louis In the i-ishth inn;:;;; when with two mrti on bases. Mr Onrthy hit for a homer. Sallee in ti ed a gott game, lull wan taken out of the same after the sixth, when St. l.oui hint a chance to w.n. in order to Use a more eoiupetent batter. The core: n. it. e. Pittsburg .... ;oo 010 "Sx 6 2 St. Louis wan 11 ion 3 S 1 Batteries: )ifiehl and Simon; Sal lee, tirier and Bliss. AMERICAN LEAGUE. New York ; I'lilUid. Idiia 8. New York, July 5. New York won the last game from Philadelphia by a ninth inning rally. Kraus relieved Bender at the beginning of the ninth, with one out, Johnson walked and Cree tripled. Kruuse withdrew and lonard went Into the box. Knight tied the score with a sacrifice. Chase singled through Harry and took see- j ond w hen Uardner bent a hit to I Barry. Blair singled to Hunt and Chase beat Lord's good throw to the j plate. Score: I R. H. K. Philadelphia . IMirt New York ... 03 Batteries: Plank, and Thomas; Ford, 311 021 13 U : 102 0039 19 3 ! Bender, Krausel Warhop, Caldwell j and Sweeney, Blair. Washington 7: Boston 2. Boston, July 5. Washington won an easy victory from Boston today. Johnson, who pitched a consistent game, poled a home run Into thej center item mcaciiers. rcoie; K. H. E. Boston 000 000 020 2 6 3 Washington .. 010 010 4017 7 1 Batteries: Pape, Moser, Collins and Williams; Johnson and Henry. Cleveland II; St. Iuls 1. Cleveland, July 5. Cleveland de feated St. Ixiuih today. Harkness was knocked out of the box by St. Louis, but Krapp was effective after the third. Cleveland hit three St. Louis pitchers: hard, Jackson leading with a triple, a double and two singles. The score : II. H. E. Cleveland .. 105 500 OOx 1 1 14 2 St. Louis ... 052 000 000 7 9 2 Batteries: Harkness, Krapp and Flyher; Mitchell; Hamilton, Pelty and Clarke. I let mil 8; hicayo 1. Detroit, July 5. Ty Cobb scored or drove In live of Detroit's runs and Chicago was defeated. "A'illett kept the visitors down to seven hits well scattered. Young and Olmstead were both hit hard. Manager Jennings and Pitcher Summers were both suspend ed as a result of their argument with I'mplre Mullen yesterday. Score: It. IT. K. Chicago 001 000 000 1 7 2 Detroit 201 021 llx S Batteries: Young, olmstead Block; Willett and Stallage. 2 I and WESTERN LEAGUE Dos MoliifH I : Sioux City 0. Sioux City, July 5. Des Moines won from Sioux City, two singles and a sacrifice being responsible for the lone tally. Score: U. H. V.. Sioux City .. 000 000 000 0 4 0 Des Moines .. 000 100 000 1 6 1 Batteries: Wilson and Towne; Hucston and Baihant, l ltowskl. Tie ;anie at Pueblo. Pueblo, July 0. Today's game be tween Topeka and Pueblo was called In the ninth inning by I'mplre Has kell on account of ruin Score: n. it. E. Topeka 10 001 Pueblo 000 020 Batteries: Buchanan Kills and Cleiumoiis, 1003 8 2 0103 9 1 and Crisp; St. Joseph : Omaha 5. Omaha, July 5. Zwllling's home run in the eleventh won the game for St. Joseph today. Omaha tied up the game with two runs in the ninth, Score: 11. H. E. (Miiaha ... 000 000 21 2 00 .". 14 1 St. Joseph 300 001 010 01 8 fi 1 Batteries: Hall, Cook and Agncw; Johnson, Kaufman, t'hellette and (lossett. Lincoln Denver, July fine form today team mates and Denver I. 6. F.lmian was In against his former Lincoln won 7 to 1. Score: Ii. H. E. Lincoln 00ft Oftl 2317 14 1 Denver 000 Owl 021 1 5 2 Batteries: Kliuian and MofJnnv; Harris and McMurrny. COAST LEAGUE. At San Francisco It. II. E. 13 1 Vernon K San Francisco Batteries: Castleton Sutor and Berry. 0 4 2 and Hogan; At Portland Sacramento Portland Butteries: . Thompson Longe; Henkle, Kuhn. II. H. 0 0 1 5 and At Los Angeles R. H. 14 7 Oakland 5 Los Angeles 4 Batteries: Flater and I'earce; Halla and Smith. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Minneapolis St, Paul Mlnne- npolis ti. At Columbus Columbus 7; Indian' ap5lls 5. At Kansas City Kansas City 6; Milwaukee 5. At Louisville Toledo 4; Louisville fi. SOUTHERN LEAGUE. ; At Chattanooga Chattanooga 4; j Memphis 0. At Birmingham Birmingham 2; I Montgomery 7. ! At Atlanta Atlanta S: Nashville 1. At .Vfomile Mobile-New Orleans game postponed; wet grounds. Meet me tonight In dreamland the Alrdoine. i Journal Want Ads, Get Results, T" ft i - Y- V T r v. ,-, -'V "A ( " - . v: i 1 ItltOWX l WII.MOT. (Hh'ii i nd"iiu Tonight. II BE NATION'S GUEST Hero of Battle of Sea of Japan to Be Given Every Opportun ity to Study American Naval Architecture. (By Morning Journal 8peelnl I m.rd Wlrl Washington. July 5. Admiral To go, victor of the battle of the sea of Japan will have no difficulty In view ing everything he cares to see In the New York navy yard or any other naval establishment. It is expel led he will hoard the battleship Florida, now Hearing completion. Details of the program of the admiral's etiterlaiu icctit have not yet been complete but when In1 arrive; in New York about August X, he will be received as the guest of the nation. RACE RESULTS. ' At Salt Lake City. Suit Lake City. July 5. An ordinary card was offered at the l.igoon track this n l ternoi.il. .locl.cy Seidell was painfully if not latally Injured when clueny. whom he was M-oting at the barrier, broke through the lencc. The hoy's left leg u:is broken in two places and he was hurt internally. The horse, an unbeaten three-year-old, Was destroyed, having cut herself bad ly. Jockey Hopkins will be restrict ed to t illing for his si ible for one week for unsatisfactory ruling. First race. ,M inoriuso won third. Time, : Second race. 1 Stc it 2 r, j. ; furlongs, purse: iiile, second ; Nidad, ,2 furlongs, selling: I ii, second; Dell, Raines! won: third. Time Lena 1 Mill . mile Third race ami twenty yards, I scllin Cabin won; Dorothy Ann, Jack Strycker, third. Time, :. second: 1:4.1 3-5. Fourth rice, 0 furlongs, selling: F. I i za both Harwoo.l won; Work Box, second; line, third. Time. 1:12.1-5. Fifth race, 5 1-2 furlongs, selling: llarnsilale won: .Vms'liv, second; tie nova, third. Time. 1:07 2-5. Sixth race, 5 1-2 furlongs, selling: Lady Klizabeth won; Aunt Polly, sec ond; Jim Me., third. Time, 1:07 4-5. At Latonlii. rtoiiiu, July r Hourboii 1'eau won the feature event at Uitonla today and oiiunlled the track record for a mile and seventy yards. High Private was second, half :. length back. Jockey McCahey had a good day, riding the first four winners, Delancy, the favor ite In the third, won easily by twr, lengths. First race, 5 furlongs: Bell TTnmp ton won; Commoner's Touch, second; Syringa, third. Time, l:ul. Second race, 5 1-2 furlongs. The Reach won; old chum, second; Ham ilton, third. Time, 1:07 2-5. Third race, 0 furlongs: Delaney won; Bon Double, second; Irish Kid, third. Time, 1:13 2-5. Fourth race, purse, $500, mile and seventy "yards: Bourbon Beau won; High Private, second; Milton B., third. Time, 1:42 2-5, Fifth race, selling, mile and seven ty yards: Beach Sail won; Naughty Laii, second; Leopold, third. Time, 1:4 4 1-5. PORTUGUESE SEAMEN START ARMED REVOLT London. July 5. Despatches re ceived by a London newg agency today form Lisbon say n great fight has ta ken place between the populace and the seamen. The latl.-i. Incited by monarchist agitators, .attempted to raise an armed revolt. Kcvohers and knives were uscil iith deadly effect. The government called out all troops, bolh cavalry 'Hid Infantry, and aftei severe fighting managed u inicll the revolt and r.'itoic order. A slate of panic prevails, according to dispatches and precautions are be ing taken i.y the hiithoriili s to su press any further revolutionary move ment. The guvcrniiient Is Informed that the ..der of the innuarcliisl has recently recfiv.d a remittance ol $I0.ihio rrom Brazil. ftlll TOGO All new fares Airdour.' U.'i:.;lil. rs BEEN STARTED W. L, Staley and Company to Make Specially of All Kinds of Machinery for Mines and . Mills, W. L. Staley, president of the Sun set Mining and Smelting company, and a number of associates, linve es tablished a new manufacturers' agency in this city to do business all over the southwest, under the firm name ol W. L. Staley and company. They are making a specially of all kinds of ma chinery for mines, ore treating plants, sawmills. Ice factories and power plants, and all kinds ol wood and iron working mitchlnery. They are agents for the flroderiek mid Basoom Hop. company ,niat(!ifai Hirers of all kinds of wire rope, inanila and sisal top. and aerial train way systems; also for the Keminglon Coal ol engine ,the steam cud electric engines of the S, Flory Manufacturing company Th firm will also handle pumps, blocks, belting," pulleys and water and fire hose. Pipe in carload lots direct from (be Pittsburg mills and 111 fact anything In the machinery line will be handled. The company has for sale a number of sllghtlv used ore cars, air compressors, gasoline engines, a six-horse power gasoline hoist, con crete mixers, rock crushers, boilers and complete equipment for haul and copper smelters. Mr. Staley Is man ager of the company and Is putting a capable superintendent in cb irge ol his mining interests In order to give more of his time to the new concern FLYNN-MORRIS BATTLE TO BE STAGED IN EAST Pueblo .Colo., July 5. The Jim tini 'arl Mnirls battle will likely be staged in Philadelphia or near New York illy, according to Information received today by Fhnn from Itiehard I'fer, manager of Morris. While Flvnn is willing to go to either place, he prefers Philadelphia as he fears Interference in New York. 1 Id-stated in lib- loiter that he would likely make ib finite arrangements for the battle In a few (lass. DES MOINES UNABLE TO SUPPORT BALL TEAM Omaha, July 5. President lliggins of the lies Moines bascbull club, til I he Western Kague, tonight admitted that the club was on the market and that he hail received at hast three offers, none o which were satlslac tory ( Hi,, of those came from a well known catcher playing with another (dub In the league. Higglns declared that the club was now In winning form and would make a good showing from this time on. He said Ms finances were In good con dition and displayed paper evidence to support his statement. President lllgglns will remain In Omaha several days. SILVER CITY WINS IN FOURTH BALL GAME FROM COPPER GULF fHiwhil liLnHhh to tits Morning Ji.urmill Silver City. N. M., July 5. In the tiuMd.all gainer this morning between Copper (lulf and Silver City, fourteen Innings were played, Silver City win ning by a score of 3 to 2. A large eroW witnessed the game, which was rxeltlng from start to finish. The prize was ir.o. The race horses from Arizona failed to show up and the racing was confined to cow ponies, James Wiley of Central, en pt ui lug t he lirst prize. Hull I'lincr Killed by Train. Fort Wayne, Bid., July 5. (ieorge flrllfltltliM, a member of t.'ie I'oiuna find.) baseball team, was killed tod ly when a Wabash railroad train struck n wagon in ntiieh the ball Pain was riding. No on.- , was hurt. Bight In you have tin " Hire i til., lose several i' r busiest season when least time to spare you to take diarrhoea and lays' time, unless you Hain't. Colic, cholera i, e i haoiber and Dlarrboia take a dose o of the iliseu.-'c. K , i n r I ut hand and n the first appearance For sale by all dealers, pLW HI RED APPLES LICK WAR EAGLES DOI'VO' A:';jr ;t o 1 vjlh,i By Scoie of Fio to Four By j Az!ec AcAiCiiatio-i Alter H.hJ Foudit Gare. (SpM-lal rarrapBlwr ! 4..rln J-l Axtec. N M . Julv z - Natunl scientist will d.oiltiiss I.,- iate.e... in the !is,over thn cng't .ant .it apples. At least n,.t the v,uiet ,ii pies th.it comprise the At.c base'.,, II team. The .has. b ill -ame i,,! Snn.l.iv be. tween the War K.ii'i ui Deiu. r. an I the home i, am, r, -ultt d in ,i l ai l arned xb tory for the Bed Apple b. a score of r to 4 after ce,n innin-s. j I. am interfered somewhat with the attendance, but the fans pre, nt wet., wild with jo over the outcome act the Faglcs took del, at like the tin. spoiVincn they ire. Azle. H li.it t. r was Art Walt Chester, first base, Ferguson. .u. .1 01 . sc. .Old. sh..ttM,,.. B Klu. k Kni. k' l - Austin; third. K Johnson B. Hildebrand: right held erbocker; itii.t field, II b... k. r; b it Meld. IB, ks. The Kagles are a team c. mi . it i tut members ol War F.agle Camp No I O. K. M., of Denser, and arc cham pions for !iin of the .,ner I'.u league. The team is making a tour of Colorado and having a .lav to spin e ran down from I Mining. to pi i ;i "Sagebrush league' team at tbl city. They received excellent treatment and made a itoo.l Impression on our ceo. pie by their clean playing. The game was In doubt until the last inning, both sides ptaiing tun ball. For Aztec It would be hard ta pick a player who did best for they were all good. Walters caught every thing that came, while Chester fan tied out thirteen of the Kagles. Kodet Hildehrand got the hit in the last Inning that started the ir.veiks. Harnett Knickerbocker wan out nt lirst by a close decision, but llio.b r made second. Then reliable Johnny Austin came to but and amid one prolonged howl of delight he smash ed out a two-bagger that brought In the winning run. Albert Sharpies umpired with satisfaction and deserves credit, lie had many hard decisions to make, but was fair at all times. Manager W. M. ib.odsoii, C. TI. Beers and M. B. Scott deserve credit for successfully conducting the before and alter negotiations of (he game. The ball Irani played In a way to bring delight and pride uppermost lit the minds of the loyal Aztec fana, and It Is sincerely hoped the buys will forget all past misunderstanding and personalities and act harmonious ly. In this way, they are assured of the support of the townspeople, FORTY TwyfrioTlSAN D APPLY FOR POSTAL BONDS Washington, July 5. -Postmaster lleiieral llit. hcoik amir iiuccd today that applications from depositors to purchase postal savings bonds on July 1, aggregated 41!, 000. of these more than :15,0I0 were applied In registered form. Indicating the Inten tion of depositors to retain the bonds as an Investment. Flltv additional second class offices were designated by the postiuuster general as postal depositories. They will be reads' to receive deposits on July "0. PROPOsTfTETOTION OF CHICAGO GAS RATES Chicago, July 5 The ahlcrmanlc committee which has been seeking a reduced scale of gas rales in this city today made public tile recommend. I- THE SIMPLE OIL ENGINE Uses I'lstlllate or Kerosene. No Carburetor, no spark plugs. No batteries, no trouble. See one operate at 307 Qold avenue For particulars and price ad drear niK sim rMc oil km; ims co., of m:v mf.xico. Vtooina 35-36 Harnett Block. A lhttniifruu THE WM. FARR COMPANY Wholesale and retail dealen In Freah and 8alt Meatu, Sauiagei a Specialty For cattle and hogg th hlggoet aiar kot prloee r tilL Mogollon Stage and Auto Line liAII-Y I.X('i;i'T 8VNOAV. I.cave tillvci City, 7 a. m. Arrive Mof?o!lon, 4 p. m. Leave MoKollon, 7 a. m. Arrive Silver City, 4 p. m. Hpeclal car on request. Call or address C. W. Marriott, Prop. HIIvm- City. N. M. (Relieves CATARRH of the 0 LADDER and all Discharges la 24HOUR3 IvboiwiMbMnlM jwvvyyvyvyywvvyvyvvvvvv Us F: v ;?:cr I fur pzoSfezii J ' IL-J F V h:i2 -I ;, i t 1 1 i r L-J . . . i. Do-Your Cooking in the Cool A hot litchrn i little Letter than a prison in lummrr. But the range is there, so all the cooling anJ the washing must be done there, too. What a relief it voulJ be to move the range where you plcajeil You can do this with a New Perfection Oil Cook ttove cook your dinner out on the porch, if you like. It is the only range that is rea'lv portable that woiks equally well in any place. 1 here are no connections to be made, as in a gas range; no wiring, as with an electric stove; no sooty flues and ash-filled grates, as with coal or wood. The long, enameled chimneys carry the heat directly up to saucepans, oven or boiler ; you get full value from your fuel, without waste. M,V ik t. 2 J 1 hurn, will. ltM, turvoM tkw MMmctai cKmnwyt. I iMj- 1 fJ fv47 i''l,rfT Irtfr ks.M, .m u i,..i ..ii hIkss 'VrT .V1WH1WI I w(lkk hmJ Milk dn u-Itm, wll Vvvlv 5lvVC '" ,"c"u' u m,m Continental Oil Company f lnrorlMrt4 1 tion which will be taken up by the illy council tomorrow and lough! out w ith the gas company. A sliding scale of 7T. cents for th" first year, selenty cents fur Hie Itevt three years, an. I slt-lhe cents for the lllth year Is recommetided. OlI. ,C"t. WHEN THE CHILDREN SEE the tempting bread, rolls, buns, cukes, elc, that eomt from this bakery they find it bar 1 to resist the temptation to take at least a little taste, Our products cer tainly do look templing and tasting only strengthens the good. Impression, lllva up home baking for a while and rely on us for your bread, cake, etc, It's dollars to doughnuts you never worry over an oven again. PIONEER BAKERY 207 South First Street ROUND two t in isi:s lly the Steamship I.I VI I.WK" f I 7,1)110 Tons) The first to leavi New York iiclobci Ihi ration llll.l.iis (o and tip all N)'OH 411 lV ftf pCIIHC" Aliiiar,' ami Ashore -TIIK- WORLD ON AN OCEAN LINER 21, 1IHI. The s nil lo leave San Fran Cisco fob. tl. tun Annual Kvcnt Trh In dot. 1!i:, I'Vb 1913. by large ( 'nils Ing B. ' K. Victoria 1. nlv. II AMIH lt(;-AMi:iIU AX mm:. IMI'J Olive hi., St. liiiuK Mo., or . Paul Tculsch, Local Agent, rJ" r GROSS, KELLY & CO. (IiiiMirporaicd) Wholesale Merchants, and Deal ers in Hides, Wool and Pelts Naraju Blanket. Plnon Nuts, Retina Chill, Potatoes ant! Othrr Na tive Products' tlousss at Kant 4lt Vfitns, N. M.; Albmiiierque, N. M.; Tticmicarl. N, M ; Pec, N. M.i Loitan, N. M., anil Trinidad. Colo JanAl of fommerce Establish 1690 "" Albuquerqut, ft. ti CAPITAL ANI Slflt PM'S, 2n0,000.0 0(TliM.r an it IHrtri SOLOMON MJNA, W. ti. STMICKLKR n. M. MEURITT President V.-I'r. and Cnshior Aasf HashUr c. hauhuihik ir. m nouonirn tt fuank a. itiiitrtKLL t vb ifiriTT ik Mntrnuto f a VI .trr, A t I A WM MelKTrnuM Montezuma Trust Company ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO Capital and Surplus, $100,000 INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS T n.. .r. a rv r r. w COR FIRST AND COITKk EVERYTHING IN OUR LINE -WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOG 1 1'IIONE 138 '. 0. BOX 318 STOP LIMPING & By using Wllliam'i Foot Comfort. 26 cent . The Williams Ulae frout tV ;,! RtSl AKD HEALTH 10 MOTHER AND CHILE Vsi. Winmow's HootniNo hvsi r f.ft rn-.n ,..! f.rovn SIXTY YhAHShv M It.LP .NS Minin:m m (....r iiiiiushN ttii,K l KhrtllMl, with I'I'KI HOT M'OCKsH U hiKTI lll.S tl.r V II 11. II. .! I liNS tli l.t MS. ALLAYS lt IAIN, Ct'HHH WIMICDt.lC, ant la tl.r t.rst t.-mr.ly lor 1UAKKHU K. II n "liltelv ltr.ulr. lit .if Slid sg tot ' t. . iti-lew SfMitniag svni,l, sn.l Uk Bo lalisl lu.J twiutv Uv KUlll Until Notice to the Tax Payers Road tax for the year 1911 is now due and payable at 0. A. Watson's Gook Store. Also the delinquent tax for the year 1910 is payable at the treasurer's office at the Court House. H s w ry". rk u mn J All ALttUQUKRQUE. N. M. LOOK PLEASANT W guarantee It to do tho work Prlc at Drug Company ill W. Oautral. ','jU