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THE ALBUQUERQUE WORMING JOURNAL FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1911,
STANDING OF THE TEAMS.
National 1. on sue.
Won Lost. Pc?,
Yw York 72 41 ,t;21
fhica-' tii 4 1 .(i0
Pittsburg 70 4 0 ,isn
Philadelphia ci ."J .:,r,2
Si. I.oiiis li I Ci."i ,."i2i
flit, inii.iti .1:: i l .n;r.
Hinton 30 xx .251
American 1 .cog lie.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Philadelphia 42 .fit?
IViroit 74 4X .Kit"
tost hi 2 :.s ,:,n
New York G3 fii .r.ir.
(iicagt til Ml .."'II 4
Cleveland no i;o .r.oo
Washington 51 71 .IIS
St. Louis 35 Jtj .202
Won. Lost. Pe.
Pernor N."( 4 4 .650
St. Joseph 71 5fi ,55:
Lincoln 70 58 .547
I'm-lilo 70 f.x ,r,4 7
tunaha Ill tit .500
Sioux t'ity lit lis .473
Tuucka 50 7S .3!U
Lit!- Moines 41 Mi .322
Where They Play Today.
National I. ciii:
Huston nt ltrooklyn.
New York at Philadelphia,
Cincinnati lit Pittsburg.
Cleveland at Chicago.
Philadelphia lit lioston.
All panics postponed.
All games postponed.
Pueblo 12; TiiH k I.
I'nclilii, Aug. ill. Pueblo won the
first nimc from Topcka hero today
liy u wiin or 12 to 4. liiicliaiian was
found for nineteen hits. Score:
IS. II. K.
Tnpeka loo 000 1 20 4 1 1
IMohln ..... !I.'I2 201 (Itx 12 1!) 2
Potteries: liuchunun anil Crisp:
Kuiitt nml Shaw.
Deliver 2: Lincoln II.
Denver, Aug. ill. Lindsay's three
buggcr in tin- sixtli, scored t'ussidy
and Kenvvorthy, and won for Denver
is. n. e.
Ullcnlll coo 000 000 0 5 1
Denver (100 002 OOx 2 11 1
Potteries: Wolverton and Modravv;
Harris and Frauibca.
Sionv City .": ()i.inli;i I.
Siniix t'ity. Auk. 31. Omaha made
a strong big for the game in the
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Wi ii of bread or a heavy
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niiitli. but t, l s,,,t nt nm. Score.
n. m. e.
"mili.i tun 010 'I2 4 5 2
Sioux City ... moo 410 OOx J 7 5
lialtcri.s: U LmkI,; Clark.
Kltpliur and liawson.
M. J"-i' h t; MoIik-h 2.
St. Joseph. Am. Sl.St. Joseph
bunched hits l't .Vorthrup uml won
;tslly. Purliain mattered his hits
is. it. i:.
lies Moin.s .. HIO 00(1 (MO 2 1
St. Josepllli .. (Mt:t 002 20x 7 10
liatcries: Noithrup und l'.achant;
I n 1 1 1 .i in and (i.issctt.
At Los A uncles:
Seen IS. It. E.
San Francis, o 6 2
l.os Alleles 4 7 It
I'.attciics: Fanning, .Miuncl und
l rri ; Hall a-id Smith.
Scon Tt. If. K.
I'oitlaed 4 S 3
Oakland I 2
llatteries: Kotistncr and kuhn;
I'ernoll und Jlitze. (Ten junings.)
Sen IS. II. K.
Vernon S tt 4
SacraiiicnlK 0 B 1
Haitcrics: lliackcnriilRe and IIok
an: Hunt, Thornton and Kerns;.
At Montgomery First some: Mont
gomery N; r.lrminxham 0. Second
Kitiue: Montnomery 3; HlrniiiiKham 4.
At Nashville Nashville 2; Atlanta
At New ( u lcans New Orleans 2;
At Memphis Memphis 3; Chutta
At liulluN Dallas tl; Oklahoma
At Austin Austin II; San Antonio
At Crslcana -Calvcstun 6; Houston
i . .
At Fort World Fort Worth : 3;
I nion I'linliTs Itaselrnll.
St. Louis. Auk. 31. Cincinnati de
feated I'cnver In a Rome featured by
heavy lilttlliK, 11 to X, and Chlcao
overwhelmed St. Louis, 15 to 4, In the
first elimination contests in the tour
nament of the I'nlon 1'rliitcrs' Na
tional llnKobnll league.
MATTY BALDWIN WINS
FIGHT IN SAN FRANCISCO
San Francisco, Auk. 31. Matty
til hi w in of Chelsea, Mass., won the
decision from Willie llitchle of San
Francisco In a twenty-round l'ik'dl
The fight was tame with the excep
tion of the sixtli round when they
fought toe to toe In several fierce ral
lies. lialilwin's ring experience told
against the local man, who fought
Kiinuiy. ISaldwIn had a shade the bet
ter of It throughout.
In the preliminaries, Johnny Mc
Carthy won a decision over Antonc
l.a Crave In ten rounds.
.Miss Sanders Wins Her (.ante.
Chicago, Aug. 31. Miss Aha Sau
di rs n' Midlothian twin;,- vion her
mutch in the wom m's western goll
ehainpli li.slilp semi-finals, defeat ing
Mrs, J'crcy Manchester of Skokle, 2
and 1. Ml.ss Caroline Fainter also of
Midlilhlan, defeated Mrs. K. IS. Whit
comb of Milwaukee, 2 and 1. after be
ing 5 down at the ninth. .Miss Fain
ter wen tlio tenth, the eleventh hole,
halved the twelfth and then took the
next rive holes.
National Conlrm ls Announced.
New York, Aug. 31. J resident
Lynch or the National League, tonight
anniHinceil approval of the following
contracts and releases:
Ctmlructs: With lioston, Harry
Howdy, (assigned by New Vorl);
Doiitnn F. Young: Fuller W. Thomp
son: C llrudb y Hogg.
With Chicago. J. A.- JSownn, (as
signed by Philadelphia); Charles K.
Smith, 1M11-12; L Cheney.
With Philadelphia. C. (!. Curtis,
(assigned by Chicago): Thomas F.
With Pittsburg, William Kclley.
ISclcas'cs: F.y Chicago to Philadel
phia, National league: C. (S. Curtis.
liy I'lilladi iphla to Chicago Nation
al league, J. A, ISowan.
Boxing Hunt Postponed.
New York, Aug. 31. The ten-round
boxing bout scheduled for tonight be
tween Pal Moore of PhUadclp.iia und
Tommy Murphy or New York, bcfi re
the National Sporting club was post
poned until next Thursday night. The
management announced that owiiijj to
th,. rain and to the Prow n-Wells
right, which drew so heavily last
night, there was not enough money In
sight for the principals.
There is only one Coyote
Springs Mineral Water, and
that is bottled by us. It's good
enough to imitate, so must be
good enough to drink. Watch
the label for the name
Alvarado Bottling Co.
IS HARD BASEBALL WAR
AT WORK SIGHT
Mabee Throws Bunch of Vol
unteer Huskies in Trial Bouts
While Macdonald is Training
In the taleiueiit '"": worked
hard is i-aimm d iri ail t.le eioicav
ors of Hi,, '.m al mat artists in yester
d.iv s pi, ;, rations fr fie Mm match
al l i, op.-ra hoiive on Monday eVcll
Key Ma inc !.hoed his rla-'s In tak
in on a Din.h of tii Imskics and
I putting tin in to the mat in jig time,
j Since b a:;ig here in the sprim," the
Oklahoma ''arnnr has Im.uoveil
j mid. i'l ally liaving taken on more
I weight, develop,-,! much faster speed.
an, he s, eu:s to have the fine points
Jot the game t.own to a im.cli grea'er
jadvunlage than formerly. ISoy Mabee
is a eoinlng wrestler if he is Judicious
in his training and the making of
As for MiDonaid. his experience in
the game, extending; over nearly twen-ty-livi
jears, oas taught hint what
is li 'st to do to gt, Into condition and
he is doing that tiling i ons, ientlous
ly. Mac is a hard worker and In his
training lie has ciio-ell Simon Deadl
ier as !is partner. Simon Is ome
wrestler himself and lie says that Mai
ls the strongest man he i vir tried to
handle. This means something in the
coming match. If Mac can use his
strength speedily he will likely win
in short order."
If on the other haiiil ISoy tan stay
away from Mac until he has bis op
ponent w Inilcl, the chances of the
Farmer getting the two hem tails out
of the three are very rosy.
Local Interest in the match contin
ues to 'ji'nw in intensity. It was ru
mored yesterday that local wrestling
fans had put up some JlSOo on the
io already, and that more money was
in sight. No arrangement has yet been
made as to the ringside officials or
the referee. There however. Is plenty
of time to consider this. The article1!
of agreement call for a referee mutu
ally agreeable and he may not be
chosen ii ii I 1 the time of the match.
TIGERS LOOK BEST
i Series With Athletics Ben-;
gals Always Seem to Have'
Edge On Philadelphia Bunch,:
Although the Alhlclies, present
worlds' , haniplons, look like sure
enough winners of the American
leugue bunting this season, they must
doff their caps to llughie Jennings'
hunch of Tigers In ull departments of
the game In the interchip series.
To date the two tennis have played
seventeen games, nine In Detroit and
eight 111 Philadelphia. The Tigers
have won ten and lost seven shows.
Seven of thi victories were annexed
on the Tigers' home lot and three In
Shlbe Park, Philadelphia. The Tigers
have scored 114 runs to 00 for the
Mackinen, a margin of twenty-four.
Thi'v have made IKS hits to LIS. They
-tide 3:1 bases to IS, a difference of
l.'i. The team baiting average Is ,32"
to .283 for the Athletics, a gap or 42
points. The Tigers have fielded . !l."i.",
to .IMii, a margin of ! points.
Poll hanO the Star
No, it hasn't been the Illimitable
Tyros ISuymond Cobb who has been
the Individual star at bat of these
ganies. Neither has it been the peer
less Fdille Collins, .lames Delehnnty
has shown the Athletics ami Tigers
old und young, how to wield (he big
stick with deadly effect. In 2 tiniC'i
it bat Del cracked out 3: lilts Hr on
average of ,r,:!2. Ills bingbs Include
six doubles, lour triples and one home
run, giving him a total of fifty liases
and a grand batting average of .SOU.
Of course, Cobb has been In the
game right up to the roots of his hair
Ihrooghunt. The Ceorglaii Peach Is
credited with 27 hits In ",0 times at
bat, u mark of .4 all. He led both
teams In stolen bases, pilfering eleven
sacks, or more than twice as many
as the Mnckmcn's star oath perform
er, Jack Harry, who Is credited with
five. In spectacular fielding Ty eclip
ses anything he lias ever done.
Collins lor lhlolhs.
F.ddle Collins bails the Athletics at
bat with a mark of .41", connectlriff
20 times in 4S trips to the plate. Col
lins stole only three bases In the
12 games In which he played agnlnst
It will lc noticed from the com
posite box scores that the Tigers had
their entire strength practically Intact
in every game In which they played
the Athletics. Dchhanly. Cobb, Craw
ford, Hush and Morlarty performed
in every one of the shows, while
Catcher Slanage was In fifteen games
and Jones arid Dm lc a Itertni led in left
Held, according to whclher Alack used
a right or left handed pitcher. The
Maiknicu, on the other hand, had on
ly two men hi all of the games, Mur
phy and linker.
Inntructlon v. Education.
pnr great niitake 'in fHiienllou l.
ah It soenis io mo. Dip wniship of hook
learning- thn confusion of instruction
und education. We strain the memory
Instead of cultivating iho mind. Tli
'lilhlren In our elementary school
ire wearied by the tncchnnical act of
writing and tjie Irilerinli'able Intri
cacies of spelling: Hiey nr oppressor
by columns of dates, by lists of kln
slid plaeiH. which convey no deflnit
Idea to thdr nilnrt., and have no near
relation to thtlr (Lilly wauls nl oc
cupations. Sir John l.unhnek.
EEH IF HACK'S
Commission Flatly Turns Down
All Demands of American As
sociation and Demands Dec
laration of Organization's
ll( M-rnlH Jvnraitl jiiwri.l I hH t lr )
Cincinnati, Aur. 3 1 . W hether ' the
American asseeialion will withdraw
from the national agreement and de
da ro w,ir on the put .lor leagues Is now
up tn t.ie member of that organina-
ii. the Natlo...t bus. hall commis.
.'. ii. had!!'; ih I led all its demands at
its n i l i i,.- here toil.i v.
The iniiiniisi 'op gave the Aim ri, an
: s'M , i;ti,i .,t;i s pti mlii r 10. to
uiisw t - In U'.c ihey will operate nil
hi ih, i at'.d.il agreement. At the
si.oc tti.ie trc commission nind, It
pi i i I. tli. u's,. eiatiou decide to
wit! i!i.iv ''rein the national agree
ment, organized btisch.-ill would con
tinue to flourish In the Ighi cities of
When President "Ii i Ington of the
American association bariicj of the
tlidrion it he commission he would
i - t .,v v i , , i action his organizutliin
Following is the text ill part of the
decision of the National baseball coni
lnis'lon on the All' rii an association
"The commission Is unanimous tn
the couclush n that it is without au
thority to net on the petition 'formul
ate,! i,v the American association nt
a spei ial niceting held in Chicago
August II. 11H1, for the reason that
the concession , uppllcd for can be
printed only by amending the nation- '
al agrct iiH'iil In no vi Till pai tit ulars.
which requires the affirmative vote of
each of the pnrtb.1 thereto, to wit:
The National ami American leagues,
parties- of the first part, and the Na
tional association, party of the second
"Firmly convinced that disturbance
of the delicate adjustment of .condi
tions and relutloiiH under width or
ganized baseball has attained a pres
tige an, property, the commission will
reeommend to Hip several parties to
the national agreement that the rev
olutionary rcttuest, of tile American
association for recognition as an In
dependent i rganlxitioii along the lines
of Its petition be rejected.
"A high standard of sportsniu nshlp
and stiiarc dealing with patrons and
players in the operation or leagues
and conduct of idnho as is as essen
tial to the maintenance of the game
on an elevated pbnre as exhibitions ir
skill and kech competition on the
PloyinK field.' " , ,
"As purity of the pastime cannot he
maintained and protection to players
In their professional prerogallv e end-'
not be extended by the tribunal of or
ganized baseball beyond Us ovrn
ranks, the commission deems It dan
gerous to permit a league to enjoy
benefits under the national agreement
without assumlfiK nil the obligations
nnd rt sponslhllith s Imposed by mem
bership on oilj. of the pnrtles to the
"Practically from the commence
ment of Its connection vltd the No
tional association the American asso
ciation has been assertive to the point
of aggressiveness in Its demands upon
th(. major and minor leagues for
special legislation In Its behalf."
After discussing In detail the re
oucsts o' Lie American association tile
"With full appreciation uf the im
portance i' organized baseball being
permanently represented In the pres.
ent circuit or the American assm la
tum, the cominls-lon, extends to pat
rons and platers Its assurance that
regardless of hc course of the petl
I'oni r (the American ns-soclallon I this
territory will continue under protec
tion for an hulellnlte period. In or
der that a matter of so much moment
may receive proper attention, the
commission hereby requires h
A moron n association to notify its
chairman by September 10, whether It
will continue to operate under the
National agreement. In the meantime,
the secretary of the commission has
directed to withhold payment of draft
money for Hill, to American associa
tion clubs uiilll further instructed by
the chairman of the commission."
Harm ss Paces nt Syracuse,
Syracuse, N, V., Aug1. 3 1. Tint Mad
den sw cepstaki s, w hich will bring to
gether four of (he fastest campaign.
rs on the , ontinent. will bo raced j
here on September I I at the New
Vork state grand circuit meeting. ,
Joan, 2:01 1-1. Soprano, 2:03 3-4,!
llallvvoi thy, 2;0.i 1-4 and Sterling !
McKiniicy, 2:iitl 1-4, are entered for
the stakes which "will amount to I
K',2oo, if nil horses rtart. 1 i
PULLEp, OFF ROCKS I
Port Aiihui-, mil., Aug. 31. The
yacht (lunililii, owned by William L.
Darkness of New York, which was
wrecked Tuesday on the notili shore
of IjiUc Superior near HosHport, sank
today, -when released from the rock
which she hml struck. 'Immediately
'after the wreckers tot her clear of!
the ti d ii; the Cunildii sank in three!
hundred foot of wnter. j
The on w which hml remained with
Iho' yacht, were taken off In safety. !
Members' or (he Darkness party w ho j
Were on the (Imilblii when she wnsj
! wrecked, wore taken off uninjured by ;
a pursing steamer. The yacht was.
insured lor $ Hio.OOd. i
li'tMi'gi aph of Maitlan ( iiuals.
Flagstaff, Ariz.. Aug. 31. A photo
graph showing dearly the canals of
Mots was exhibited today by Profes
sors at the Lowell observatory here.
The negative was secured Ins nlglit
and it said to be one of the clearest
' v'r4' ( i ken.
DAWSON MINERS CO
DOWN IN THIRD
Las Vcsas Maioons Captuie
Victory in Exciting Exhibition,
of National Pastime, Chief!
Lockhart Being the Heio,
t Msrtrtl IIImmi, K ! Ih. Mumltic Jiiurnut I
iM Vckm. X. M., Aug. SI. -"HI"
Ch'o!" I.tw khai t's spinels v, i e too
modi ler lhtw son's Mugger to, lav
ami the Maroons won the third
straight game from the Miners bv a
I to o score. The game was the
most cNeitini; ever played hole me'
was witnessed by a record crowd, the
stores closing at noon and a half
lit lldav being declared In honor ,.r
the Maroons two previous victories
Shortstop Wltks for the locals, divid
ed honors with l.ookhart, its' did also
l.dt Fielder' Fills, whose great catch
of a line drive off his shoe strings
,ut vented Daw son from st oring two
runs in th.- litlh.
Wicks butted .1000, Retting three
hits in three times up. one id which
wus a ihiee-bagger, which resulted
in bringing in Hie only wore of the
game, Wlt ks spiking home plate when
Nelson singled In the second Inning,
alter two were down. A near riot ot -eurrtil
during the game when First
I vtseinan Hums for the V isltois, start
ed a light Willi Nelson of the ,.l.i
roons during a:i argument over a de
cision of the umpire.
Score IS. II. K.
Dawson U00 000 uoo -0 I 1
las Vegas ... 010 000 OOx 1 S X
Haltciics; Hichards and Cross;
Lockhart and H. Smith.
Summary; Three-base hits, Wicks:
sucrillce hits, Am lion, Wilson: struck
out. by Hichards, li; by Lockhart. 7'
base on halls, off Lockhart, 1; hit hy
pitcher", Wilson; stolen bases, Dono
van, Wilson; vviltl throw, IS. Smith;
lime of game, 2 hours; umpire, Mt -Wenlc.
Windsor., lint.. Aug. 3 I. Stirring
.contests were In older at Windsor
this nltt rnoon. Hotli of the liundicups,
one at seven furlt ngs and the other at
I a mile ami it furlong, furnished driv
j Ing finishes. Cuy Fls'her winning the
! former by a. lios,. from t aiiion ti.,
i while Fireman boot labia out a n :k
! In the latter.
j First race, 6 liirliiugs: Steamboat
won; Floras Dial, second; Prince Polo,
, third. Time, 1:02 3-5.
' Second race. Walkcrvlllo handicap,
j Mccplt chase, about 2 1-1 miles: The
) Wclkhi won; Stabe, second; MeiTlmati
j third, 'Time, I: la.
I Welkin und Stabe coupled In bcl
i Third race.
I Fireman won
! Hot tic, third.
I Fourth race
mile iiul a furlong:
; Kddii, second; Slu.'
Time, l:."2 l-S.
, d furlongs: (iuy Fish-
' i r won; Carlton !.. second
J third. Time, 1 :25 4-ii.
Fifth race, & furlongs: iHlnnd
! iueeii won; Inspector Lcstrade, mi
! uml ;lurdncr, third. Time, 1:00 3-f.
! Sixth race, 5 1-2 fuslongs: Salvol
! ntlle won; Monerh f, second; Lad..'
Sybil, mini. Time. 1:03 l-.'i.
Seventh nice, .1 1-2 furlongs: Hdltli
'(' ..ivun; Jlltliiidte, second; Miss Do
i troll, third. Time, I ;06 2-5.
; Klghth race, mile ami seventy
'yard": N'b'k stunt l won: Komp, two
' mill ; Stare, third, "l inn , 1:11 1-5.
', Anacoiitia. Mont., Aug. 31. First
'race, 5 1-2 furlongs, purse: Nadu
j Mas wan; Lehigh, second; Kastnmn,
j third. Time, 1:11 2-f..
S'l'iiml race. f. furlongs, sdliim:
Wliner won; Annie Wells, second;
j Harnsihile. third. Time, 1 :02 3-5.
i Third race, 7 furlongs: Ad uia won;
I Patriotic, so i n. 1 1 : iiccan Shore, third.
! Time. 1:20 I -ft.
! Fourth race, mile, selling; .lock
jn'Liintern won: Wkct, second; pave
Wela r, third. Time. 1 : 13 3-5. , ,
Fifth race, 0 furlongs, selling: Os
wald lo won; Jco Harrison 11., second;
Parlor Hoy, third. Time, l:ltl 1-5,
Sixtli race, furlongs, selling: Frink
(!. Ilegan won; Itosaino, second; Hell,
snicker, third. Time, 1 : 1 .".
I'olcv Kidney Pills
Will reach your Individual case If you
have any term of kidney and bladder
trouble or urinary Irregularities. Try
them. J. II. o'HIelly.
! anions Itace Track Offered for Sale,
New York, "Auk. 31. The final puss
Ing of New York's famous race trucks
was niade known today, when the
I'rlghlon Pencil Hating association
offered to sell to Hie city Its Iricli,
hotels, bathing houses anil beach
front. The price asked Is said - to be
J5,2riO,ooo. TI tier was made' In
connection wita the city's proposal to
buy ocean front parks.
Within a short the Amsiei'dsm will
possess a new attraction to lovers of
art .The lionse whero Ftsninrantlt
lived from. 1:l to m.,s, and whmu h
pasd tlio happiest yfar of his mar'
t ied Ufa Willi Sahla van t'llenhuiR.
la being- restored and arratiRer) as a
sma'1 Item lira mil iniisiim.' The Ills
trtllial ImlhlliiB, lone much neglected,
bpcarnn Hip prnporly some tlnm a;n of
a soelpiy sip) Is now hltn retotI
under the direction of a famous arch!
A Central African Tree.
A remarkable tree lias been disco
erd a limit. th region of Lnka Chad.
Its power of Inc'iea In every way1
la reinarkable. In a few man ids an ex
tenalvs tract of land, we read, be
comes an Impenetrable forfist. In one
anason It Is said to grow lo ids helnht
of from four lo five meters; In other
wnrrti, from 13 In ovsr 1 feat.
Old Quaker Whiskey
l:a thi indifputable claim on your patronage it U better
1 1ll''. Ml l lts Ml.. INC.. IH-iril.iu..i. .'.iliiiipi.-ripic, X. M.
BATTLE PRACTICE AMARILLO CfllflES
AT LONG RANGE WITH STRONG
Vessels of Atlantic Fleet to Fiie
at Targets Not Less Than
Five Miles Away; Shooting
Under Service Conditions.
M M.tMlt 4,iiol H.i mmI I M4 S'lr
W ushliigton, Aug. 31. - At dawn to
morrow the Atlantic licet, the real
power of the American navy, will be
gin Its spectacular summer prarticr
off the Chesapeake capes under sim
ulated battle conditions. These firr
t 1st s will be more tllfHeult than an
ever before attcnintcd by the navy.
Ui adzing that future t umlats will
be (ought at great distances, nut a
shot will li.. fired during the two
ttecf.v Uf the practice at u range ks;
than !i,000 yards, more (hail live
milt a. 'The maximum ranges of the
prat lice will be Hl.ooo yards or more
thai! nine miles. '
Instead of hohlliu the practice for
two or three days, is has been the
custom, the navy deportment has ex
tended the program over a period of
two weeks 111 order that the battle
dilps may be sure to encounter rough
weather. It is desired that the ships
work under bad weather conditions,
when rain, mist ami fog create nil
kinds of till U nities. H is argued that
the sailor cannot choose his time or
t . minions of buttle ami fur that rea
son the elementary exercise of the
past have been a lia ndoneil for two
rtreat battle practices III the open sea
at h year.
Features of the exercises will In
tents with box kites, represent ing aer
oplanes, and experimental work In
repelling night attacks by torpedo ves
sels nod submarines. So Admiral Hu
go (isterhaus, the commandi r-ltl-clilef
of the fleet' will be called Upon to
meet the onslaught of mi enemy from
the air, the surface of the water anil
from under the sea. j
Hcfore the laaiiice dines, the
Drciulnought Delaware will make a
second altemi'l to demolish the oi l
San Marcos (the old Texas) ami end
(his ship's existence. Only 11 few days
ago she was almost shattered to
pieces by the Delaware's 12-Inch rifles
at ranges of 1 .', ono and 10.000 yards.
GOTCKf STARTS FOR SCENE
OF STRUGGLE WITH HACK
llumbold, la., Aug. 31. Frank
dutch, chiimpleii hca' yvv eight w rest
ler of the world, depart al tonight In
a fi.iccliil ear iitllehed to u Chicago
ami Norlh"c:.terii train for Chicago,
whore on Labor ilav he will defend
Ills title against deorgc llaekcii
sehmldt for the second time, notch's
train will arrive Id Chicago tomorrow
Accompanied by Mrs. doled ami
her mother. F.mit ; Khink, dutch's
manager, Joe lingers, ,Ies" Helmer,
Fanner Hums, Jim Asbell, Yuslf Ilus
liinc, besides several crimp followers
und 'friends. Tim entire party will
be quartered at the Morrison hotel.
(lotch will tin no heavy training af
ter his arrival In Chicago, accortllnj
to his trainers. Friday and Saturday
afternoon will he spent at the Chicago
Athletic club, w liero light .' training
Will be carried ioi A lltt fe' roatl work
w ill be rb'tio Sunday morning.
Frank doted will suhiclt to nn rulet
formulated especially for the mulch
with Hat keiisiiiinlilt. He so Informed
Heferee F.d. W. Smith at tils camp
here this , Uterinum, doted said 'do
old rub's would be Insisted on, palile
ularly that which makes dunging on
the ropes a foul. The champion claim
ed that In the last match T liu'lili fii -sehmldt
resorted much to this prac
tice. According to I'.eleree Smith, Hat k
ensehmltlt will pursue entirely new
turtles on Labor 'lay, in order, as
Smith minted dim, "to redeem himself
with the fans" for liuving played the
defensive in the last half hour of hi
I ist mulch wilh Hutch and Hu n unit.
Smith brought the Information that
HhcIo list hiiililt Intends to rush the
mutch and he on the offensive all the
II U KF.NNt HMIHT KM
pi;i:pit'iios itis match
Chlciig". Au. 31. deotge liack
"iischniltlt, the Russian wrestler, who
is to. meet Frank (lotch lor the cham
pionship title here next Monday', did
almost no training today. Instead, lie
spent the lay shopping "ami visiting
at lite heailiiuartcrs of the' promoters
of the mei t. He look Ills usual long
morning walk ami that ended his nih
il tie work for the day.
Police nrranenienls for handling
the match w ere announced today. As
sistant Chief Schucttlcr declared he
would stop the match If there was
any unfair tactics on the part of eith
er principal. There Is to he no goug
Iiir of eyes or punching with dhows
Foley's Kidney Remedy (Liquid.)
Is n great medicine of proven value
for both acute and chronic kidney und
bladder ailments. Jt 1s esieclally rec
ommended to elderly people for Its
Wonderful tonic and reconstructive
iUti lit D'H, ami (he permanent relief
and comfort it gives them. J. II.
Declared Aggregation Schedu
led For Sunday Contains
Even Moie Classy Ball Play
ers Than Barngiove's Bunch.
Contrary to ihc expo, tatlon of the
tans, uhl Hill Hanimnvor will not bo
In AlniiUt nine on the occasion of tlvi
visit of the Amarllln ".Monograms" or
l.ongliorns as they ai better known.
I ,11 Is not with the team any longer,
hut in his place a man by the lismo
of Junes has been secured who la
thought by many tn have class ov't-r
Hill when It conic!. I,, heaving. In
tact the llnc-up which She Tjonj;
linrns w'il bring win be entirely dlf
i rent It mil that which visited hern i
.short time ago.
The AinaiiMo base! all fans, how -ever,
believe that they have a stronger
team In the present aggregation than
that which visited Alhu(iieriUe before.
On that occasion they look two
straights from the drays, administer
ing to Ituhe Weeks, one of the few
detents In his record this year. They
have three pitchers with tin ill, one
for i a h day's performance so hev
expi ct lo hand a different brand of
riuolio to the local batters each time
the giini ' Is called.
Manager C. d. Coales In a letter
to Manager Pallida yesterd ay, stated
that he will be in AllnuUertUe today
The following Is the llnc-up of the
Ainarillo team this tlnv. Scott, light
head: ddtcs, center Held: N'lx.
light lit Id; Peak, first base; Stewnrt,
ieeon.1 bace: .Merrill, - hurt Mop; War
per, third base: Junes, Adams, Rich
ardson, pitchers, and Ashley, catcher.
In order to allow all the oliiee men
In the city to attend the Saturduv
tuinie, the time of culling the fame
has bt en jixed iit jl; :., so that all can
cttciiiT. The AniHiillo team Is a clean,
t 'assy bunch uu, a large crowd Is
expel ted ' to ultitltl the opening ses
sion of the si ties of three,
Hulie Wc"ks will I " the local mound
ai Hit for (he Hist game ami expect
to liquid out the li llion tn the visitor
III ;nat shape, Weeks and the local
hunch wire out ,v oi teniae practicing
hard uml arc in Hue shopc. In fact
the locals are going better than at
any lime I bin season.
Let everybody go lo the ball ganirt
on Saturday, it ml tluai realising whot
a gooil Heat Is lu store for the nexl
two games, the crowd will certainly
A dual Atlvnoiagc lo Win king .Men
.1. A. Maple. 125 H. Tth St., Steuben
vil'i, li, sovs: "For1 year I suffered
from weak kidney uml bladder
trouble, I learned of Foley Kidney
Fills and their wonderful cures so I
begun tailing them and sure; enough
I had as good results as any I heard
about. My but kai-lie bi t me and to
one of my business, t xprcssnian, that
alone I a great advantage. My kid
neys acted free and normal, and that
saved me a lot of misery. It Is now a
pleasure to work where It used to lie
a misery. Foley Kidney lillw liuve
cured me ami have my : hlgheM
, praise." .1. II. i i ltl. lly.
New Idea In Finance. .
"I li...v round i man with l.ht
dillilr:! who bat apparently1 gron
wtvil i,l r with esch HthliHon to Vila
family," sahl a lawyer who Is rnleav
tirhig in build up a prartice on Ih
nf! slil". "He Is a small shopkeeper,
iiti by diligent liivi'sllgatitm I have
round ti nt wlih the arrival of every In- v
flint l: has (lleil a petition In volun
law bankruptcy, slicihllne all Ilia udU
! t"tl starting life nearly as unincum
bered as the chllit "--New York Sun.
Her Period of Quietude.
It Is said lo ba customary In Hub
nrbi for a nevsly timrrhul weman to
exchariRK no ' conversation with any
outsider ilurliiK Dip nrt month rob
lowing Hie wedding. She la permitted
io open her niuulli only for the nsce
saiy purpose of eallnn and iti'lnklnt
mil Is allowed lu reply to her husband
when the latler chnosui to acMreaa
her. To this custom Is attributed the
fact that tie honeymoon In Hulgarla
Inula an entlro inntilh.
Lacking Army Qua'Jftcatlone.
"No one ktiowt mud he make the
try," said a man who was looking for
"something to do." "how hard It U to
get Into thp.rnv. I am down and
out, and I thought that would be a
good three-year Job, On the same day
that I tried iitii"r did, and not one
got In. Had eyes.flisd f"lh and all
sorts of Ihlpgs are booked against
you. One fellow who went with me
got 'Iko' put sfter his name when they
shut him out. We didn't know till
the sergeant told i:s that -It meant
'Insufficient knowledge o'. Knglith."
Costly lilae al Da ,v loll,
Dayton, .. Aug. 31. Fjj'e today
destroyed the Wnrelnntae ' of Julius
Muniucsso, causing $200,000 damage.
An explosion preceded the. fire.
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