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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING "JOURNAL, MONDAY. JULY 24, 1911.
SPORTS BASEBAL i . ... STANDING OF THE TEAMS. National League. Won. Lost I'ct Cabaso SI 31 .62 Philadelphia, "2 33 .612 X, York 51 33 .607 St. l.n'i' 4 3 36 .571 Pittsburif 47 37 .56'J I'ini inuati 55 4 7 .42 . l!twklii 31 5 .3' 3 IViStun 2 6 .23 American league. Won. Lost Pet iictroit 59 28 . T J Philadelphia .a 31 .tiP.5 Chicago 44 40 .524 .New York 45 41 .523 ('lev , land 47 44 .516 ltoM.ni 5 .4H4 W.ishinstou ...... 29 5S ' .331 v;t Louis 25 60 .294 Western Lwigne, Won. lHllver 57 Uncolii 50 Pu.-l.la .-, St. Joseph 48 Si.mx City 45 tuna ha 43 Topeka 36 Dos Moines 25 Lost 31 37 38 40 43 46 52 65 Pet .643 .575 .553 .545 .511 .483 .409 .278 Where They Play Today. National l-vanue. lioHton at Chicago, lirooklyn at I'lttsburir. New York at Cincinnati. Philadelphia ut St. Louts. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Now York 7; Detroit 4. litr..it. July 23. Now York found Donovan for a base on halls, tour hits and a sacrifice in the ninth inning, defeating Detroit 7 to 4 und making a clean sweep of the series of four tames. Fisher pitched Kond hall for New York. These two teams have played eleven names this year and De troit has lost nine of them. Score: U. H. E. New York ... 020 (101 004 7 8 G 1204 S 4 Detroit 100 000 Ituttcries: Fisher and van and Stallage. Blair; Dono- 4 .'In rlii ml it: Huston 2. Cleveland, July 23. Cleveland de tailed I'.ostnn 3 to 2, in eleven inn- Iiirs, hunching three hits In the final i.juimI. i.regu and Mitchell held Mus t.jn to six hits and prevented thm troin scoring after the llrst. Score: Jt. H. E. Cleveland . 000 000 101 01 3 1 1 2 Huston . . . 2H0 000 000 002 6 1 Itatterios: OreKK, Mitchell and ri.-ln r; Wood and CumlKan. WESTERN LEAGUE. Tail I aiders Make Sinlilen Sprlnl. I'uelil.i. Colo.. July 23. I'liehlo could not hit , i her lien, or Ilueston und Des Moines easily won Loth Kiiim-s of a double header by scores of N to 1 and 7 to 3. Manager Isliell ul the I'ueblo team was Kent out of tin- ground anil lined for sluppliiK I'niplre Clark In the face early In the game. Score: First (,'ame D.-s Moln.-s . , Oho 200 I'm-hl,-, 001 000 I'.att'-rles: Hons: and It. H. K. 3 303 it (I 0001 2 3 I'ltowski; Ki I in. I'.-rry and Clenious. Second name It. E. E. Ic Mo lues .. I'OO 7e0 000 7 10 3 I'liclilo 000 000 021 3 3 1 Latteries: Ilueston and Machant; Jackson, retry and demons. (lionlia 1: Topeka 2. Topeka, July 23. Fusate struck nut ten men but Omaha hit him hard "hen bits counted and Avon. 4 to 2. Klioiles was wild, walking four and luttiiiu til reel, but prevented the loc als from Betting hits when runners were on bases, except in the fourth. Score: n. H. e. maha Oil 020 0004 10 1 Topeka 0U0 200 000 2 4 2 Latteries: Rhodes and Asnew; Fu-Mt- und Chapman. Lincoln I); Slout City 5. Lincoln, Neb., July 23. Lincoln won tin. final game of the series from Sioux City. Score: II. II. K. Lincoln 400 OHO 20 6 X 4 Hioux city ... oio 002 on 5 n 2 Batteries: Applegate and McC.raw; Clark, Klepfn.-r and Miller, AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. At Kansas City binibos a. At Milvvaiikce- -Kansas City 7; Co--Milwaukee7; Louis- il'c 3. At Minneapolis Minneapolis 13; liiiliana;olis 5. At St. rani St. Taul 3, 4; Toledo L 4. (Second i:nine called at end of loin I. mil 1 1 on account of darkness.) COAST LEAGUE. At Los Angeles. M'nrninif umrie Score: it. h. !: 2 II 1 ,1 7 0 Vernon Los Angeles Batteries- l.'.ilolull Brackenrid und Brown- Criuer and Abbott. Afternoon game It. 11. Vernon 3 7 Los A ngeles 7 14 K. tXDERWOOI) TYFEWRITEk COMPANY. 2l Went Gold. Phone 144. Typewriter for reni. Vlhbont and repair for all make. Monarch Typewriter Co., ,0l K. t'ENTHA L AVE. PHOXE The Monarch Typewriter contains he aeceided features of the ot-ld-s heat skill In typewriter con struction. Attractive termi. I Hatt.-ries; Hitt ami Hogjii; in-llii laud Smith. At I'orland. Srure: It. II. K. I San Francisco 0 4 3 Portland 4 : Latteries: Mrownmi- and 11,-rrv: K.,n,r ud Khn. I At San Francisco. ! VI , ii-ii i n : e iiii..- More: It. . 3 11. E. 5 0 Sua ramenlo Oakland Latteries: Areliaues .. . 7 15 3 Nourse and Thomas: Croitiioiv IVurce and Mit.e. Afternoon same K. H. K.J Sacramento I 3 3 ' Oakland !t 12 1 J Batteries: Thompson and Thomas; ' Slater and Mit.c. SLUGGlTnLE By a Score of 4 to 3 Happy-Go-Luckys Are Lucky No Longer; Team Standing, Standing of tin- Teams. V. U IVt. 1.000 .500 .400 .200 old Town Browns . . 4 0 Swastikas . 2 Highland Sluggers .... 2 Happy 1 The llappyg are still on the tobog gan. Yesterday afternoon In a sched uled game with the Highland KhiBsers with Aldrlch In the box they dropped another game and with the game went to the bottom of the list. The consistent work of the Slud gers Is beginning- to tell and they tire gradually climbing up. Thev show ed better form yesterday than here tofore putting the Indian sign en the llappys to the tune of 4 to 3 after u hotly contested game. The pitching of Chavez for the Sliii?-m-iF was a feature, as was also the work of Patterson behind the hat. Next Sunday three games will be played during 'the day, as the Browns ami the Swastikas trains now out of town w"l 'e back and anxious to catch up In the number of games played. The game in the morning at Ban-las will likely be between tin. Browns and the Sluggers, while in tin. afternoon the Browns and the Hups will go on at Liitui park as will a'so the Swastikas and the Sluggers. Yeslerdav's score by Innings: Sludgers 1 20 000 on 14 Happys HO 000 100 3 Butteries: Sluggers nacz nun lutterson. Happys Aldrlch Uuevara. and ARE WE WEAK? NO! ARE WE STRONG? YES! LET THE TIGERS ROAR It looks as though the Tigers will now sail merrily on to the American league championship. They have won three pennants in the last four yenr un.l.-r the" nuldance of lliighcy Jen nings, and judging by the manner in which thev routed the World's cham pion Athletics In the series .lust clos ed this looks like another flag-winning; season for them. The l'hlladelphias had been confi dent right along that as soon as they struck Jungleliind they would cut down tho Detroit lead to pi:uticall nothing. If they could clean up the series and they confidently expected to do so they were sure thai when they arrived home it would not take long for them to regain first place, which they have occupied for one short day this season. However, the Athletics reckoned without their host. They, didn't know that rcd-hnired llughcy had been feeding his Tigers on raw meat tor tlie past fortnight or ever since, the Athletics took first place away from them on July Konrth. Manager Mack felt sorry for the poor, battle-scarred Tigers, lie be lieved their pitching staff was la mentably weak and that there wu nothing to the team but Cobb and Crawford. But Mack was doomed to disappointment-rfght from the st ir'. The Tigers tore at the throats of his play ers like thoroughly mad beam, and when tht. first bailie was our the Athletics were seen bleeding and dy ing. It only took three more coiit -st" to put them down and out. The Athletics never had a hol In in nnv one of the four games. They were badlv outclassed all of the way. Tv Cobb made them look absolutely foolish, performing such stunts as stealing second, third and home on three pitched halls. He also on one occasion went from first to home on a single. Their showing- in Tlgertown ought to make the Athletics sorely discour aged and fee) like giving up the fight. Thev are four full games behind the Jungle Terrors now, and with Kd.lie Collins, their star second baseman, still (flit of the fray. tle prospects ara that the Detroit will he abb- to still further widen the breach be tween the two clubs. If the Athletics are out of tie hunt then, whom can we expect to take up the burden and bent the Tig ers to the pennant? Surely not the Highlanders, for they are ei-;ht lull games behind the Athletics und thir teen and a half full games behind the leaders. . i:usla to Hold Aerial l!ac St. I'ctersbiirg, July 2:!. The im perial A.-ro club's aviation race Horn St. )'. tersburg to Moscow for prizes aggregating $r,n,n0u started today Six aviators ascended. .Vlassleneko flying with a passen ger, fell near Jossno. vv bile I lls, bin cam- to gi-l.-r near Novgorod. Both aviators were injured and tli.lr machines wrecked. Two other contestants were eom pelc, to nhiindon the nice while the remaining two nr.- continuing. The distance Is $400. ONE APS Journal Want Ads, Get Results, MADRID MINERS DEFEATED Of BHQWNS Old Albuquerque Allegation in Hard Fought Affair at Coal Camp. Win Laurels to Tune of Eight to Six. The old Town Browns journeyed to Madrid yesterday and defeated the Millers by the score of S to 6. The Maine was a hard fought affair. soinu eleven innings, before the name was decided. I The Albu.Uer.iie continsent was too mm li tor the Madrid tos. rs. iclcvdi of tiieir heaviest bal.-meii fall ing before the slants of F-diiardo Chavez, the Browns tossman. Vande valde at the receiving end of the tame, cau"hl excellently, and was re sponsible for two two-batuers. Teno rio knocked a home ran with men on bases, and pulled off a double pla all by bis lonesome. Madrid. Tenorio and B. Tunes made a double play, as did the Torres brothers. The boys returned last niht well pleased with tile reception and feellnu jtood over their victory. They stated that the .Madrid players played a koo, game, but were somewhat outclassed. Seven errors were made on both iides, hut the Browns Kot even by making 12 hits to the Miners FATAL ACCIDENT MARS AUTO RACES IN FRANCE Lemars. France, July 2.1. The c.r.in.l 1'rix d. France, which was run here today under the uuspic-s of the Auto club of Sarthe, was marred by a fatal accident. The axle of the ma chine driven by Maurice Fournier, hero of noted automobile races, col lapsed when the car was speeding more than a mile a minute In an en .leaver to overtake the French driver, Hem. ry. Fournier was crushed to death be neath the car and his mechaniclnri was hurled a hundred feet into a field, a:.l seriously injured. The race drew tin largest cro.wd since the Wright aviation trials In 190S. The tropical heat subjected the tires and engines to a tremendous strain, adding greatly to of the event as a test of Fourteen starters came for the race, which was the interest endurance, to the Hue over a dis Ci 0 5 miles I. tance of :IB kilometers hut no Americans competed, the only American car entered hav ing met with an accident last Monday in which the driver. Henri Repass.-, was injured and bis mechanician killed. Il'incry won the. event in seven hours and six minutes, covering the twelve rounds of the course at an average of !H kilometers tat! miles) an hour. No other competitor completed the distance when the limit was up and most of them abandoned the race be fore the tenth round. NO BIG LEAGUE BALL FOR BALTIMORE NEXT YEAR Baltimore, Johnson of the five owners of have expressed July 2:i. I 'resident American League and major league clubs their opposition to any loiiure ut this time in Ha 11 i more's baseball status and this city will re main 111 the iMistcin League lor at least another year regardless of the outcome, of KdWHi-d Hanlon's negotl ""imi. fur the purchase of the B.mton National league club. ,ius was made known tonight wh.-n Major 1'rcston announced he had received six unfavorable replies to his letter asking for a conference of National and American club own ers w ith a 1 itizeiis' committee to con sider tile question of a major league team here. DARING SWIMMERS CROSS GOLDEN GATE San l-'ranclsii July y.l. Walter I'omoroy of the Olympic Athletic i-Iiim and (leorge Bond, unattached, swam across the (lolilcn Cute today, from Fort I'olnt to Lime l'olnt. a distance of one mile. It was the first time the f.-tit has been accomplished in twenty years, Kdvvurd Oivi',1 having covered the istance between the same points in 18HI in 00 minutes. The tide rips and currents that sweep through the fiohlen Cute make the feat especially difficult. I'omoroy cover, d the distance In 14 minutes SO seconds, and Bond in 2X minutes 24 seconds. FIGHTERS SIGN ARTICLES FOR BATTLE AT CREEDE Denver. July 2:!. Articles have been signed for 11 fifteen-round bout between Frnnkle White, of Chicago, and Louis Newman, of Denver. The contest will take place at Crccde, Colo.. August 15, as a part of the Woodmen of the World festivities to be held in that citv. Newman and White ugrccri to weigh in at - 1.T3 pounds, at 1 1 o'clock on the day of the battle. They will fight ut 4 o'clock in the afternoon. ANNUAL SANTA MONICA ROAD RACE IN OCTOBER Los AnRehs, July The date for the annual Santa Monica road race was set today by the committee In chars?.- for (i.toiicr M. Instead of three races, as heretofore, there will he but two this year- a Unlit cat event, and the bin car free-for-all, Ka.-h race Is to be 'Mtn miles, the prizes In addition to cups will be $5,. (inn and $10,(1(10 respectively. SA.yi MARCIAL SHUT OUT BY FAST DEMING TEAM fsnrcli.l llliiil.. to the M..roln .loin-null Memlnk'. N. M., July L'H. San Mar tial was lnit out here today In a fast name wllh the locals. N'ordbans and Mlxl.-r, the HcmlriK pitch. -rs, did not allow the visitor u slnb' hit, Hemltitf II 13 3 San Mardal 0 I, f, METHODS OF ROGER WITH , THE COLTS Consistent Use of Gray Matter on the Part of Biesnjhan Re sponsible for Caidinals' Showing. New York, July 1 v Critics who have studied the Si. Louis Cardinals this year say the ri-m.ii ui(i.e sin . i-si of the team Is ,ue i lu-avv. eoii.-ist cut batting, fast base running .sl.-ady fielding a . 'lobulation and thai has more than oflsel ,,m nr.linury it v ..f pitching, l'ut in .'. thai iuai- t t'all men players on uilu i leatne teams who can s a. tuiil .experience s,. i th;ii I'.resna I and sev enth days 1 han g catcbltiK whli h means the ex-1 events will be held pert humllinir of vo-un: niii to rs. the"' lie grounds ill the direction of defensive ta. ties and the brcaklnir up of the opponents' hit and run tame, hag wc-rU' ,1 wonders. "Bre'iiHhan is uslin; a heailful of Kiav matter." said a prominent ball piaver the other day. lb learned in side baseball hen be cmcht for the Giantl under McCr.i vv s managem. nt and h" h is graduallx drummed the principles ..f that ft vie of play into bis pliable team. In the first place Itover has impressed upon his pitch ers the fact that thev must follow hi.s instrui tions to the letter and that they must work In regular rotation. lie has made them prii'lu.' control until at least four of them. Sal lee, llinnnn, Golden and Steele, have It down tine, ltreshnaban calls for more balls over the plate than any other catcher. He believes in putting a biUsinan in the hole as quickly as possible, for he says that If the first ball is h strike the confidence of the batter Is de creased as much us the pitcher's con fidence is strennth.-ne l C-.nfidence Is a watchword With the Cardinals' manager and ho plays that game 'o the limit. "My makitiit his pitchers work the corners and the middle of the plate, at the same time wasting a bull now and then at his direction, Itresnahan has succeeded In devetopini; box work that Is a hi.;? factor in t lie team's vic tories. As a student of bnte.suion's weak points he has no superior, and by cabling his pitchers to work thctn he Is KctthiK result!!, ll.er also keeps an eye peeled for opposing base runners and Is pemjiiiK them out with some ureat throvvlnis. lie has taught IiIh men tn piny the bit and run Kifine not only from first to sec ond base, bill also from second home, and t tin t is why. many lunu-s have been won. "Tile Cardinals have become Infect ed with liresnahan's confidence uul enemy, and they actually believe they can win the pennant, lin-s hn?i point ed out to them thai the world's scries melius nearly l:'.00n apiece, and the men are ready toi fluht to a. finish. Kvery man on the St. Louis team re wards Uojter aj a fair, s.iiare l.-n.l. r, who asks them noihinn that he can not do himself. The discipline is per fect, nd the whole team Is harmoni ous. Bresnahan learned these thliiKS from flct.ravv." It In 11 matter of record in proles, sional baseball that wlnninK teams must have first'-, bias catchers. (In back more than twenty years and you'll find that the champion Giant of ISS'.l bad the peerless dick i-.vvhik behind the hat. follow Ini; them wet-,, the lioston pennant winners, with. Charley lie! It; the llalitniores Willi Koliinson; the ChicaiMms with Kllnn; tlie Giants of I Mil'., with Hresnahaii. Take the present National lea mi... rare and you'll noti.e that the first five tennis are well fixed behind tile bat. the l'hlladelphias with the brainy lio.ilu. tlie (Hants with the Improved Meyers, the Cubs with Archer and Graham, the Cardinals with Hresna han und the I'JItshun?" with Gibson. There are some good catchers In loslna teams, but they are severely handicapped by Inferior t.-niu-inates. The Waahittfitons. for instance, have a crackajack In Charley Street, the r.oston Nationals have Johnny Klinu, Clncinatis depend upon Larry Mc Lean, and so on. but they can't win ball fta meg slnnle handed, either dn they clam with such a backstop as liresnahan. It has hen arnucd many times that if the Giants had chim,' to liresnahan they would have won at least two pennants, and If tlie Cardi nals finish ahead of McC raw's 111.11 this year persons will Insist that Itnir er hi's accomplished tlie fcut. When the Cardinals Lenin their series at the Polo Grounds Thursday New York fans may Lave a chance to see for themselves just what Lresnaliati has done to develop the best St. Louis team since the days of Chris von Ahe aud Charley Comlskey. d.r l et the Timers Itnar. With the improved form the ir tbe tlws' troll pitchers ai'- shovvinu ami rather weak work of the Athb stHll'. tiotliinir but a Kfeat rey.-r.-i il ol' Tiff- form will be able to dislodge the era from lirsl place. 1 liev liave wl).' it lead an Le considered a comfort. i l,b now and they are not in dhtte ilanKcr of losine It. anv iniine While the At I, let Ies have been bclltlllH the llriiwns thev hava bad a hard time dolnx- it ami unless the champions, brace up they will not find t.ie White Sox vei.v easy w In n they reach thern for their final panics of the pr'setit western trip. TWENTY-FIVENJURED in GRAND STAND COLLAPSE Newark, O., July 23. Twenty -five liersoiiH were Ini'if'"!, six serioiisly iu. m Inilni- when the LMII 11 list a I i . I at the Newark baseball park coll.ipseil diirini.' a came between lb. New u rk and Wheelim! , bibs of the leanue, carry lim two hum! fifty persons w itli It. Many women and children the stand u tthe lime. , 'i - r 1 1 i n I d and ,. re In I'rciicli Ailalnr Killiil. .Invlsy. l-'raii.e, July '.M. The vl etnr .Inly was killed tvodny while maklmt a flluht i" a biplane, The full or the machine Is attributed to air eddies caused In Ihe heat. OLLYiTUCUMCARI PLANS ATHLETIC AND BASE CALL AND POLO TO BE FEATURES OF GATHERING ; Municipal Ownership of Plant Cuts Rates in Quay County Metropolis; News Notes Fio:n Lie Town. (Siwelal rarrmpuBilrac to Mnrnlas J"urnil Tu.uiiu .in, N. M. .July Vv ratn;eutents have been ci'inpb ! -1 i"i MEET N'.Ub'lt .1 a ' asen.iM tuUI'liainelH alio lac- lin-'l-..l from I his: t Ibis nlu.-.' on the tilth, s!ih Aliens! Tlie the few .,-,11. st portion el between this at vv tile eilv. city and Lull ams Karnes from the surrounding towns have been scheduled and .1 i.e -inu program of worth is beiim ar ranged. It Is said that this will be an excellent feature of the tourna ment. I'olo mimes between Tii.uin eari and Hell ranch will also be pl.n eil. These teams have met bi 'ore .1 number of times and are ev.nl' mat' bed. The new tra. k for tin- ta. . -s bus been completed and an ex. ell. nt series of races Is promised. Immn; the meeting plans will be completed for the filth annual county fair vv In, li will be held at a later period. The subject of Hood roads will also In taken up. this beim; an Import.. ut question for this neighborhood, the movement hnvlnx already been started in the hulldinir of the road up the Cap liock at Montoyii and the pro posed road tip the Cap l!o. k south of Tucumcari. The city has beKun the bulbllnn of a number of cement crossings tu the residence portion of the city to 1011 iii.ct the hidewalks already construct ed. It is said that this work will be continued until tlie residence portion of tlie town has been fully provided with walks and crossings. The citv lias ordered two ara l wa.. r pipe lor 'tlie extensions of the iiriins in tin tlviPK portions of the 1 liv and these will, be ItiMlilb'd at ihe arl'.st opportunity. In all about tit lib-s of these mains will be laid. The meter rate has been low en I muc the city acipiircl the H.vste-ii '.1st month from 11 s.-venty-fiv .- i.-m i.it tn fifty cents a thousand i ' Three thousand feet of vval.-r ar 11. -v :;iv en for 11 minimum price of I.T.O in stead of two thousand as I . !"v. H is thoticht that this will . 1 .-oiiimkc file fcrnwinn of lawns and Sim other wise beautil.vln of the resiif-n o dis Iriits. Many m u and ban.I.o.ne 11H dcti.es an- b.liiK built in the south part of town und vvillial Hie no.st liopelul feelinu prevails here since lin early boom here several vials lit!". Kev. Ceor-io K. Vurney, of the I'irst Laptlst chinch of Tiici'inea 1 1, lias 11 turtied from Ihe World's lluptist con vention at I'hiliideli'liia. where be went as delegate for the territory and the city. Willi. away Hoi-tor Varney visited the principal cities of the east. Clint Tron pe Amarill c.s win ll'ickman and Miss Jennie were married this week at o, uuiiiK at once to Las Cm re thev will malic their home. I Tlie tnarriaxe came as a apprise to Troupe was sup- their irieiins. posed to ha as Miss none for a visit to frlen.lsi in Amai ill... lluil l'billlps and Miss Mabel CoS tello were niiiiri.al iii this city during the week. Mr. I'hillips had Just re turned a slout time au" from ChicuHo where he unib rvv cut a daiiKeroua sur Sical operation. J. S. 1 1 x If. w ho came here from ernou, Kan., to see ah. ml estalillali in;; u niarbl.i works at this point, lett after .several days stay to perfect ar ranemoiit.. for the plant In this city. The plant will be a branch of the extensive Vernon works and will sup ple a need here. A car load of stone will be shipped as soon us arraiiKe meiits can be completed and workmen will ciiie to tain- care of Uio branch. Two In av y rains fell L.-re ibis week helplm,' aloiiu the KiowliiK crojis and putting the urass In koo.I condition. Old settlers claim that this veal' has been a duplicate of the koo.I seasons ycufH iiko when the whole, country was flooded lor weeks at a time. Walter riirdin, one of the orlKlnal residents of tills cily, has sold his business In 1 I'. Haines of the Hell ranch who is putt inn in a new front to tlie stoic loom. Mr. I'urdln and family will leave soon for Ciilllornla where they will make their home. ,Mn are at work or, the downtown streets repuirinn llicin after the re cent rains which daimiKed them sliMhl y. The vacant b'ls back of I lie old News stand are also helm; drained of the water which has bucked up there. Am, i bans Win 1'arls Sialics. 1'aris, July ill. --At the St. Clou., race ciiiuse to, lav .xmcricnos ci.piui.o two slak. s. Nasli 1 nrner s Alby won the IMIX lie l-'euchelolles, a selling event, al a mile and a half, w Ii tic W. Ix. Van, lerl, ill's Miraml'i, tiiilslod first I" -i"- I'rix il.- Nazi., at one mile, .six furlong. (.rabhliiM I Just as soon a pitcher makes an: in Krabhed up by club. There Inn (liaseS of UOO'I I'aLille clubs so more Ht'e to mil. u- (.ooil Itu-o. a minor league kind of a re, "id b some major b a;:uc e been many inn -IlinivTs by major ar ibis .vear ami Larry Ch vear. 'lb 'Hilar one. lis and ,li'l i was sold In oped a case returned to claimed llm hey is 1 1 be 11 Cub tl - t s - o , 'lieliev Is a pe iv as iv il li I lull a nu po i liubh ui.,,,1 work He lie , 'nieluiiati and lie dev. I ,,f water on the knee, He Indianapolis and il was he Vollld ll'Ver be ihl' to pilch n i 'i li Id last hint o son. this , Jimmy hul k.- looked vear and b-l mm l- .11,1 III I like the ' I' to show Mlllke that .,u, I did mo be v. inn K.l Ul cs, I I is desire In I. i lv ill.-. ' Illt'.e. bill t'C! In. made a in lived I a lo m; Ivveiv' slralK ll o show llnrke has t, K 1 1 Job for llc.Xl hlin in:, l"i' I season. The M.-doras. I, lull ' III", refined, clever ami iiinu-lnu. rvi lodny. Journal Wan' 4(is. Get Results. NEW YORK PARTY IERE IN AUTO STODDARD DAMON Wit I GO TO HONOLULU OKCUSf Fifty Hoise-Pouer Tomiiv Cat Ai lives in City Aftei Coei':!:;; vc Lignt inousa'U Countiy. es ot T1.1 In lii'K in a e power .-Uo.lit.il.l t"iu 11.., V toll III- W 111, ll ol i.Mili M'lll -". .'lite to i.-.c h. .1 at Mild t lias " ir. Mil tour cteil ov i f . " Ob e l av lim New 01 1 t bam uu ton m s en Honolulu via San l ijin-h. A'l'U'iiiei.iue troin s.mt.i 1 M;:lit Saturday in; I . t ,.n( Will prob-u- in. I lu-k. I1.111I -San ably leave for the vv . st t - I . .'uoriovv. In the paitv are .1. M It. 1 1. Til'lcn. W. A. Caw . v and I en r. They finiii'e on i..uhni I ran. is... oil August HL Tl been IliakltH! a few liaolil: . ar b is It lias . "intn-; taken a roundabout route. . throut;h South 'aro!ina and south Atlanlie stat-", doubliio: to I Ynnsv Iv aula and "in mu vv ii)) a ilii .low 11 ml" . 'In.., T other ba. k vv est llltes S'-e and Ixentuckv. 'i'lic party has Intnl.- an a daih run of about l".i mi:.. tlo- la. t that th. V Lave had an 1 r.i ei an. I abso- hit. ly 1 lean record so i;,r us automo bile repairing- Is coiieerued is surely u oo,l word tor the S'...i.l.,i-.-Huv ton nil. which they arc ruunim: The trip, however, is a purely bust, ne-s venture and is not a route mak er or an automobile advertisement I" anv eiise 01 tlie word. L. 11. Tildeii. president of the A uu i i. .111 S -Hilary works of New- York city and an auth ority op sanitation, is 10 cou.i-u 11 v i .m til,, 1 at' oil its enlile Hip ill tile Inter est of the product id Ins own fac tories. Colore they r.-t thev x i 1 1 call upon S.'lltutlveS of their ma n v 1 il ies in the iteth.r with lb,, sal avents thev w ill IIII th. Ne Ml I V V. rep IK .onipan In ... . 1 1 1 i x . a ml smell of tl visit ai-.-hii, a- plumbers and city am! ties ill the interest of t-ovn auili sa n ita 1 ion the line "I I ie,U ti.i-l" fisliir. s which a re made at their f 11 tm-i.-s at Wasliiiu;.'ii iin. I Trenton, N. .1. Various tourum I, in in s of I he country arc out ii usi .0 a ic ..v . 1 tip' li. 1 . T. trip and ai . folloiv in; it cnrefully "ii in. ouct of th" t-ivat niii. ai;.' vv III. Ii il Is ma I, in.-, and Ic cause of the roundabout route which Is I inn tak i v.-r tl i d, I- I hat they nun ci 111' Utile, in III. The car Is Slo.hl.ird- I in ! Inl til . s ,,n, il I ot t .IV IIS li li . a I'll I v lior p. 1 1 1 1 1 . . I plaf. .n- lb' iv . r, (.p.-. Willi trio id i. i pi ii.i.t. .inlicl I by . III I hut cv . ry in ' i 1 1 special ,1 b, I- d In. imp addition to the en shield and si 1 1 1 p w in. i-: I tc the c.l- cari'les on. fi v e-fool crow ba r 4011 feet of motor rope, Id" tackle, electric llnlitiiie svslcin biplhooks. two extra tires, il able rlnis, iipcclal Itiiu b box eb'.va I ll and chains, hioiinl - box to bold three days' rations I Ive-ualbui radiator The in 1 1 x Is bav li.r four pi i. pic, t II 11 Is. lie tin nun blue "-.MIie, III the tollllsls ado. Mel I r.. s 'Ins key ' toppinp liiiiuiit' and t the Aliar- in Five Rescued With Difficulty Fiom Tomnt and Buzzwiiyon Proves Total Loss, (Special t'iirrpiindmi-a tu M.u-iillig Jmiri.n! Luloii, N. M., July --Mr. and Mrs. .1. II. lioswcll, f"iir-ycar-old son and tun men vv "i c 'il 1 1 v, lit Willi their Hie canon below the near K.iton. A torrent cloudburst, sudd, nly dam and . nmtllcd tlie autoinoblle In Moluelie 'lain, caused b a came over tin iiiltiiliiiil.il.- cued with auto was Mis. Itosw Tin o. ell pa nts were 1 cs- at illllieiilty, but the .mplete loss, Mr. and live at lies Moines, i-ll l uloli county. l-'nr slimmer diarrhoea In children always Kive Tiamberla In'M Colic, Cholera and Idarrlioea llcinedy and cantor oil, and a. speedy cure Is cer tain, l-'or sale by all dealer. BOUND 1ST AUTO ENGULFED I RATON FLOOD THE BANK OF COMMERCE cmti'Mi ami sritri.rs, maiHi.noo.oii. i;m i;i.isiii,h ihimi. Oi l H I IIS. Snl.OMiiN l.l'N'A. Lresidenl; V. S. ST I ! I CK ,K I :, VI rrcsident; C. V. S'l'AI-l'' H!l), Cashier; It. M. M I i I ! 1 1 ITT. Asst. Cashier; C. S. AVIIITI-:. A-st. Ca. Ill' r; !'. It. HAKIMS, As I. Cashier. MCI Kilts S, it ,, nu i,' 1,1 ' X A. W. s. STItlClxl.KII, J. C. CAI.Ii. ItlDCK, II. M. Ii(iI'i;ill-:itTV, .-!..K A. 1 1 1 ' Ml ILLL. H. W. K I-1L-LY, AMi:i:"SH ('AN'OKLMtl . V M. M'IN'Tl SII. C. V. S I' l''i 1 1' I Montezuma Trust Company ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO Capital and Surplus, J 100,000 INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS s.mni in rrr.n t COR FIRST AM) COlTIiR EVERYTHING IN OUR 1.1 Nil WRITE I OR ILL USTRA TED CA I 'A LOG I'lfONIC l.W P. O. I'.OX 318 ArjllJOUi-I'lOlMJ, N. M. STOP LIMPING & Hy uln William' Foct Comfort. T ,.-;. in cent at The Williams HAS AUTO PARTY BEEN DROWNED N WILDS? Chid Re-, eives t.) V.licie L .-I Seen At :ic;; outs el Piieo:: Urn.- 1 -1- ai.- . 1 1 .!. I . .,r lb- - a 1 , I 0 t ! , a ' ; I on- e '- 1 ..1 1 I i 1 1 .III I. os An", lei v. 1. 1, ii : li l"i ... 1 i, Ari-c . I III V 1.1, ill tOCit' I "I- V i el.c el Ul' a till "I w hi, ii no; h.;::.; ! i - I-, . ;; h. ir I since ''h. .1 of ',,;, ,, t. Me, ., i, n;.-; ie- ' ' l l'l llle '-:!,.'.:.; t 1 I L I .1 III ' la- m .' ; -. I'd. .iinv Cl.i. t o! I'. V e.ll, 1. ' .: Ti.ins. ..; 1 m.-et .1 1 ,..,,1 n .. ;n 1 1 . ii car No. ;:, ini ii iims ,ii v ii, k ti in - 'le. i It I'll... I.lx .1 ill I.. .111.1 ColhlllR j h.f be. ii !. .. i, ,.j ihe p.u i Mil. e. ' i i a v t ... ai v ,, r . i,i 1 1.' . i . ,1 , ,-r tn. it '.-.i'tV illV.-ll...,;.. .. 1 ;:,, (,,,t VV hctlli-r I'l- llol Id V h ii e 1 ,., tl S.-CII i'l "111' II V . In - I ! , I- l"W I'up i . 1 1 . r.o.l. : . ol-i I ll. I :... Si -V ' It dam, V , t file. ,i,x e.ll I.!,..- ll, AlLiiuptcique. ;l'V Cl.i:. FIRST GRAND CIRCUIT MEET AT GRAND RAPIDS . ,i . mi i: 1 1 i.i- With liolJ.-s Do. except Mi I i.-l lit tel-.l !.' 1'ou.sl,., In readiness for Jul. J.t. -land ciiuit .I. i 1 1, . i I 1 1 M 1 1 I.I '111 ; 1 1 1 t r- hi. I II. I I ll'- . Iran. I . . the . is and - ll' Sl 111 ,'" I a tn, rurnl- i lor u It uu i t Hit; ev t i K.l Ids. The elltl n.mu s of no tv th pacers, .. I' iv hi. li at In the sixteen r .. . 1 1 1 'le Wednesday s fi atuie t III .- Ma IIII 1 ,11 I Ill-el ;.' pn I '.' V2 trotters. Tliui-d.iv the Conisti $ "..11,111 tor paci ts w ill b, of will t"f ii ap r.n .al also the . : i . 1 1 , , . Kapi.l h troll. i . th,. I i'-ai n eh-hl .-V.-r I. lee. I Oil tile ll:ll'nc-s New , a. il' v II'. ( r-tal todiiv. I'iiiii- "U.I .rvvoo.l Miljiri', I : il-le VV 't h I lllp .'i n I-, is to t.ui i- , -, all-, .leu hi Vnio -dial If. .1 I M.ICI-i' inn. iban l.a.lcls lull ill the I. .. i! i cat n il out to,, much 1 1 . I c a -.;, r of I h lh,. I'iul-'i sa me oi i: i it ;. "ao Ol ':e' I 'i ll.',. ,. is tier .l I 111 hl.ll.; iih old 1 1 ot the ; ill Iih I: liter and h I T.i ut I'll III . 0' I'lll.. T ii ii 1 1. i.h Ma lh a .. Is t,. be I'billbs to V an Canip i'lils mill he ..mi.b.-ll I.. ., r! m l n. . .1 ta I. cob in a'ie Chilli.) . und In re i. i I'ttrhrr this is Just r 1 1 clul's In an usa Mil- la . ill I i i -1 1 1 i m I. i ic i ' i I i I I 1 I 1 1 S turn Ihe i laspar. a runiot. the V.li. Hut, I Tilel e 11, ll ll ,H l-i r. In Ml. d TIIK SIMPLE OIL ENGINE leg Pistillate or Kerosene. No Cuiburetor. no ijiurk pIiiks. Nu Lalterlew, tn- Iroublo. Si'o olio opctali; ,it "or Cold avenue. I' ur piirtlcuiars m ii-I pi li ra addrena: vi in UMi'i.i: nu, i w.ini: to., op MM ll.ICO. Itoouia ;!.ri-:i(j Itarnett 1 1 lock. A Ibiniuer pie. THE WM. FARR COMPANY lets III fresh s a -de -chilly. Wind, sal, I r -i.nl and Salt Meats I 'm i atlle ami b pi ices arc paid. Ci III. I,!,:' t market ,ni rjr v x -'nnjn i mi v LOOK PLEASANT guarurteo It ) du th work. Trloi Drug Company . I A i