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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7.1911.
1 tig et y lettl est SPORTS BASEBALL STANDING OF THE TEAMS. Nitloiiat League. Won Lost. r-; Xv York . I'lHOU-' hil.tilclplua St. I.iiiiI cliuiati ItoKt;"' in 4j .u:s ! 72 4 .Kill 7 4 T,4 ..17S ! ; :,, ..-.:. 7 t;t ..in; j r.s 1-.4 .47:1 : 40 7:1 .401 j 3:t :i i'' I a won in ninth inning', when with two men out an, 1 the liases full, Mi linn's' grounder was fumbled li Car.ln.r. Tin' s, i . .iul giine went Ion hillings. hiring liL.nl.' eight hits in ti n times ut, hut ti rin;r the afternoon. First gum, I!. II. K. j Poston Soo 01(1 ftni) 1 9 ! Philudt Iphiu ..turn u; vol 3 12 2 Latteries: hotte and Williams; lti mler anil Thomas. Second game K. II. Foton nun rtiil Ii1 1 3 11 Phil,uU'lliia 101 I'm ooo 2 4 It U pall, l ies: Collins. Woo.l anil Xan iiunuikcr; Plank and Lapp- EL PASO RUTOS TQSTRDNG SWIMMER EPi m UNTO GROSSES ENGLISH LAS CRUCES CHANNEL Pass City Will Have Day at Yorkshire Man Accomplishes Mesilla Valley Fair; Barbecue' Feat For First Time Since and Chuck Wason Dinner to. Captain Webb Achievec Be Features, Thiity-Six Years Ago, llev l air Kllghsli Aim-flean I-eniiiH'. Wort. Lost. Pet. I.vt'ii Ilii'aU ui Detroit. Sent. li. St. tri.it split even this Louis oslnn the first. Detroit. Louis unit 1 to ut' ter noon, St. roininoii ami .,i;,ih U'i'i'' lHtlit rll'VI'lH"'1 ' S,W Vol 15 U.frt'Kt ruix" i'i1intiloii s:: 4t 77 r.i .nut till HO .524 ti7 til .:.2:t t:l tit .t!h f'.l Sfi .4 SO r. 4 74 .422 3 s ss .:s2 Western Lcbriip. Won. Lost. Pe. . 1)1 .",4 .D2S . ,: " ;n .inn . 75 SR ..".til . 70 6.", .52li . C7 f.S .4flfi . fiii 70 ,4Si . .10 SI .373 . 44 SO .32S finer ... i. Joseph jwlllll . . jimuln fimaliii finux t'ity IMii.'kii . jut Mollies Where They Play Today. X:iioinil league. llidokliii at New York. ,hil:u!oIphia at Boston. Piltshurg at St. Louis. I'ineiniuiti ill Chicago.. Aincnean League. HI. Louis lit .'levelallil. Mew York a: Washington. UoKtoii ut lhiliulolphia. Knlina, recruits from th South M itli'nan league, were in the line up. r,2 4 J Complon' throwing featured the first name, vvnnn la-iron won ny liming Hamilton hard hi the sixth and eighth innings. Taylor, a i remit front th,' Tonus league Mas useil for the first time in the seconil name and engaged in a pitchers' due: with (home. The two runs scored was Ijolh made on errors. Score: Kirst game NATIONAL LEAGUE. St. Louis . . Iietroit . . . Hatteries: ell: WUIeit Second u St. Louis . Detroit . . . Hatteries . ... 010 lllll 11(10 nil;; I l.lTlli 1 1. HI and Stallage line . . . .010 001 . . . .000 (100 K. II. K. noo 2 ; 1 otx 3 s o nnd Kritch- P.. 000 2 000 II II. I! K. i lenu and Stephens: Taylor and Stallage, WESTERN LEAGUE. ti Denver, tl; Lincoln, ;1. Lincoln, Nf h.( Sept. li Lineoln and u- eleven Innings, the three runs in the winning. It. II. K. ono 002 oo j ii 2 000 Old 02 li 11 ti nil Mei 1 raw. Denver 1-attleil visitors sooting final inning ami Seore Lino In ... .100 Denver .... 200 Hatteries: Knupp ( ilinstead anil Spar. spU Jniiilde lli-ailer. Pitlsl. ins' s'pt. H. Cincinnati ami Pitt.ilnirK slit a douhle header today, I'lllsfurg Oking the lirxl. The see- owl puilKjf was eiilled hy HKreemenl j T(M.kll ifter si innings were played, tin , lu.hlo ritlnliurif i"d to eatch a train. Si ore: pirnt nie II. 11. K. Pitmi.ur ooo 020 ioi t s 0 Cinrinii ....10 000 1102 3 7 0 llatt'ex: ('Toole ami Simon; ....jiaspur and t'larke, Mel.ean. p,.,,! fiami K. H. Pitt,ii-f ooo ooii G ,i,fiilti 112 002 1 V iijiries: Adams. Itohinson and Smil. liiiisoii Keeie ana J . v-ui im rui'lilo, (i; Tuieka. :. Topeka. Kan. .Sept. . I'uelilo liunelied lilis oil' Uurliin and won, Seon 11. II. K. . . . .000 010 01 13 !i 1 003 001 020 li 12 3 Hatteries: Kurbln and Chapman; Jui'Kson und t'leninionH. H. i'liilmli lilil:i, K: IhooUlyn. i. fooklMi, Sept. li. l'hiladelphla ilft'ated riroohlyn in a contest rkiil l.v many niisplayn on hotn Tiirc pilaili'lpliia pklyn . . Hatteries: -'nriil and ( lliell: ''llli-iifto, Sept !th Slei'l,. and l.toux Cily, Ml OinnliH, .. Kiouic I'ltv, !ept. ). hn vltv made elKhteeli hits und defeate, Oma ha. Seore It. II. K. (imaha 000 020 102 i". 7 :i Sioux City ...400 003 1,12 13 IS 1 llatteiies: Lois, I'Vntres and Ar hoyasl; Shko and Dawson. lies .Moini'H, Sept. ti. St. .losppli Des .Moines name postponed; ruin. i t .l DUiintrh la lt, ..rmiit JuMmall I ll.s Cm, es. N. .l.. Sept. H. Sep iteinher has I., . n designated an "Kl ; I'aso Day" at the Mesilla V 'to l.e In Id in I .as Cniees S.'ptemher !2. 2!'. mill so. The memhors of the j Kl I'aso Automol.iie eliih have agreed ! to ir.'ike Uiis ilay the oeeasion of a ! chili outini;. The main feature of the (day will l.e an auto r.ic. TI' ' C' rs twill loae lie ll,,t, Sheldon. Kl I'aVio. and s'.op in ii om ,,f the postolfiee jn l.a.s Cltu e.. The ol'lieials have airullRoil t i" r:l '.' free for ill. An entnune fie of $1.00 will he . lull u. d. Any car heini; ills aided in li Kt l.e removed from the ; track. The ears will start every lice, niirut. s; judges v. Ill see that they start rinht and i lio r Judges will note the time of each arrival. No car will he allowed more than tin operator and mechanic The first prize will he $100 .the sei o in1 prise $."0, nnd the third priite, $2.'. A law niiniher of. persons have si'-: it '! their willing news to join in the rare. A barlieme will uild to the atten tions nf the day. There will also he a "chuekwnon" dinner, hronco luist-i inw, street carnival anil other amuse- . nients. 1. S. i:periiiieni Million. 1 The most import. ml work of the. I'liled States vpcrimcM station tills: year will lie done near Alainouordo. Tlie chemistry department i now waiting lor K. ( i. Meizer. an expert from the f;eo.iii al survey at H'ash Instoti, 1 1, c. Mr. Meiner will co opi rate with the experiment station to help form some plan to study I hi iindormounil water of the Alamonordo hasln to he carried oat tmx year. The ureat Alanii'Kordo hasin i' in the "dry tannine," section aim tnoiisatnls of acres of tieh productive soil can not he fanned on account of watel nhrrtai;e. An underground lake (overs the entire hasin. Wells have hcen dun' here and there, hut so far the full ixtent of the water supply has not heen determined, The 1'nlted stat uov a rninent is now interested and m xt year Ihe proposition will he hctlled. II- hi" uihU'1'ki.'I.iiiI flow is ur. at eiioiinh piin.s will t used to raise the water and the now liarren stretch hilween 1'nrriznzo and Kl I'aso will he farmed. COAST LEAGUE. li. H. K. . . :;oo (Ho 103 N 'J 3 , .0.00 020 10(1 3 0 4 Stack am; Kleinow; Krvvln. o, I); SI. Louis, 0. . Chicago hatted Luudermllk luird to- and shut out St. Louis. Iliehie Hi tlm visitors to five scattered hits I whs ulven nerl'ect .sutiDort. Th "HitiR of Kvors and Shreckard linsi runnins,' of tlie locals if (mtiiies. S ; . , II. II, K. feuo sal ou:l 20xt 8 13 0 ! Until" 1)00 000 000 0 !i 4 Halleries: llichio. nnd Neediium; ls"'lr, l.midermill; and Hiss. At San Kranelseo: Scot ( Vernon San r'ruiK iseo Ilutterics: 1 1 Lit mid n. 4 3 I loitan; II. K. II 3 10 4 Slitter nd 11( rry. ( 1 2 ilinlnKS. I andf were I At Los Angeles Score (mklnnd Los AiiKcles Hatteries: ItroHory la and Smith. I !. II. K. and Alilze 10 ti ; Ha! At Sacramento: Portland : 0 Sacranienlo 1 JlHtteries: Koislner and I'itK-'.orahl an, Tliomns. i; i Ktilui RACE RESULTS Slioolln nl Sea (.ill. Sea lliit. X. J., Si . 'I'.iree illl poruuit matches were com pletcd to day in Ihe tw cnty-flisi annual Sea Cirt shi'Oliiii; tournament, the Swiss trophy mulch, Spencer, 1.200 yards: Houtelle team mulch and the two men team match. The winners re spectfully: Kirst, Lieutenant (leore C. Shaw, a leant made up of Captain uy Kmerson un,l Lieutenant II. K SiiMon of uliio and the army infantry team. In the dividual were sixh Swiss trophy inali siiiiad conipelilii en cash prizeii, AMERICAN LEAGUE. i SOUTHERN LEAGUE Y:isl;iioIMIi (j ;ow VoiU, 2. Xi'iv York. Sent. i;. WashiiiKtori '"'rated Xew York hv huncliltiK liltu I "Hi Now York errors, .Neither Kish " i"r Quinn was effective. Groom rlii'(l steady hall for the WashinU- " tfiim and wim. never in danr, i'l)t or a I, rief period in the ciKhlli yiin!J. Score1 '' II. II. K. J'ashlnRtnn ...OOOf 202 llo li ! 1 " 'IV . . . . MIIU llllll OJU n , Giuterie-B : ornom and Henry; J' "11, llnl'f l.'U.l,,,,. .l Illair At CluittanooKii: First iraine CliattaiKHma, 0; .Nashville, I. Second Bainc ChuttunoOKti, 2; Nashville, 5. At Atlanta: Atlanta. 0; Memphis. 2. At HlrminHliam: r.irnilliKlniin, 1; Mold In, 3. (inly throe mnos sdiedtiled. i Aiiaeoiiilii. Anaconda, Mont., Sepl. Three laiorites won today on a muddy Hack. Kio I'ecos linlslieil a neck ahead cf (loud Ship In the second rue,, alter i!iipedlii:4 the latter luarini! over toward the rail und the jndKos reviivcd tin ir positions. .Miami won (lie 'feature race, uiklim a long lend throne,!! the stretch and winning uisilv. .lack-o'l, intern. twenty letiKt.is hehllK1 tlie field III the curly 1-iinninn. ran over tlie top i I the las', anil pot Hie place, AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Louis- Itu-lon Twice Del'eiited. Wiilialolphiii.y Sept. . K,.r 1 yn time this 'OII'I'IIOOII HI llcin,. .!... "S "leu tlie season Philadelphia won both names, l!os ated. The first name CORPORATE YOURI BITSINESS "nn't K,nen' Nw Mexico Corpora u il V9, ll"lf and Formt. compll i . ute'ui gU(Ie for corporation of- 'Jt t,orney8 and engineer!. You , fin r.Cl. . - ""book everyiiuii m ""Brtci ourse,f- Avoia experntve !.' mtorlal law on ALt cmup orporitionc Bnnkln. Ilttlldlng ., '.fan. n...,.i . yj...i.i k i'., ns''ranre, Mercantile. Mln w.iI",r,,i"K Taxation, etc.. with k" Citalloni. 'k.....'?,v tomplete U, J Irrigation n; ""'tished. At Louisville: Coliunhiis, ville, 3, At Indianapolis apolls, o. At Minneapolis: JlilwauUee-Mlnne-anolis name postponed; wet nrounds. At St. Paul: St. Paul name poned: wet nrounds. Toledo, 1; Indian. post- ra..k. f1"!. I.- .' -oei .. Iv 11 1. New an't Mexico Mining Forms nnd Rulee for Minn all klnila of oor- Pi pern; reference, fool- etc. Territorial Irrl- es an, I fnrini Sutton (.Ills liivloclhlc. Pullalo, X. Y.. Sept. (i. I'lorenec and May Sutton of California, have eliminated all competitors In th wes lein X'ew Yolk tennis toiirnameiil for th" International chuniplonshlp uiitl will meet iach other on Friday. nMu ir contest will decide who is to have thf w iiman's ( up. Harris, the Daartmouth ehimpion, dcftutid liirkover of liulfilo today mill meets Moole of llul'Talo tomor row. Kenton of Cleveland,' defeated I loilue or I'.ul'I'alo 111 straight sets. 1 It in belli red Harris nnd Kenton will plav the finals and that one of thCin will meet Nit W. Niles, tlie title holder, mi Saturday. others m On Mi mmnries: First race, four and a half iur lonns. sellinn: l'ininn, to won; Winkler, to I, novum! ;' Defy I.'! to :,, thrd. Time, ::.'.i. Second race, live Anil one-half fur lonns. Kclllnn: C.ooil Ship. 7 to 2, wi n; lllo Pecos, tt to 1, fiUouil; The l ad. .", to 2, third. Time-l:l:i 2-.". Third race, five lilrlniiys, sclliim: Frank Uhunstnller, 1 Ai 2, wmi: Steii dal, 12 to 1. second: Wuhannu, I on to 1, third. Tiini I OS .:,. Kourtli race. mile 'Mind seventy vards, selllnk': ,M iaml, '3to V. w i n; .laek-l I'l.antcrn, Hi to lAsecond; Del etui. 0 tit 1, tliii'iL 'I'im Klflh race, mile, si Shore, 2 to I, won; Pntri second; Sum I'.arlier, Hi Tl im 1 : 4 4-',. Sixth race, six I'uilnn l.adv Adelaide, 2-". to 1 Koch. 21 to I. second; Hat to i, third. Tim. ri : I ll.r MurnlHs JHrn;ll HMt 1 Haul Wirt.! Deal, Kulaml. Sept. ti. A l.-r a lapse oi thirty -six wars, Capiam Wehh's leal of SW illllllilin tile channel was dupli. ae,i to day lo William T. Durness, n native of Yorkshire, hut now a li itiiiali.ed Frenchman. It was Durness' six teenth attempt, he havlllK first essay -.d the task in 1M04. Durncvs started from South Fore land, Dover, at 11:1.1 o'clock 'I u. sday murnilin. He lallde.l ill l.eeh.iteht .1 little villan,. two miles east of Cap, tliis Nox at i : .1 0 o'clock this morn ,ii:.. accunplislunn the passane in twenty -two hours and I lih (y-fl v e minutes. motor hoat aicoiupanied the swimmer. It is estimated that Uurness. ow inn to the xln-.un course tie was eoinp, licit to take iiccau the l.aM'linn tides, covered sixty miles in eio-siiin the twenty-mile channel. Soon alter Hie start 1 dens.- lo settled down over the channel ami no tiirthi r tiilinns of his .u-oniess were received ashore until the announce, nieut was made that he had com pleted the task and landed 111 France Thronnhout l!ie trip P.uiness was favoi t',1 hy a calm si a. hut ti stronn tide was runnliin and 11 severe strain was put on the swimmer to net past the iloodvvin sands. Twice he was attacked l,y sickness and several linn s was only held to the task hy the stroi'.ncst will power and th iiouianinn words oi' the men in the hoat. He remained on Flinch soil just hum enounh to telcnrni'1. word of his success to his wile mid partake of rein shuu nls In a hathin,4 ho. Then he returned lo Kunlmul hy motor hoat , to rest and sleep. When lie landed at Deal Harness with difficulty made his vvav tliiounli the elieerinn Ihronns to a hotel. Speakinn of Ills nr-at achievement, lie said: "In the time the swim occupied 1 I should have heen ahle lo cross the ! channel twice, hut for tlie adverse curi'cnts. Analnst tliese I had a er 1 illle finht and analn came within an ace of I'aillnn. When iip...aehinn Cape Crlz Xez the stronn oiuward current lorced me to alter my course three times. I was held up for sunn time, hut when 1 luol, rounded the , corner I loniui slucK water unu inen knew that I was assured. "It whs Just In (he slack hf the lid.- Unit I not in. If I hadn't mummed; then, I mlnhl have missed It and drifted to Calais. It took tin full I tides und two' part tides to carry me over. "I was severely stuiln several timer, hy jelly fish, und while in mid chan nel, alter a sick spell. I felt heart hlokeli. For a while I was almost de lirious, hut my pulse henun to slim and this nave me fresh cournje lo : persevere." It was 3 o'clock In the morning when the swimmer sighted drls Nez 'semaphore. He was then two miles to the west southwest. In these two iuIIch It was n hattle with the currents hut whin l'.urness not within the I shi Iter of the cape lie swam hastily inhere, lie stlimhleil for two or three sle, s. then walked steadily without assistance. He looked remnrka lily Iresli, considering his Ion;,' Immersion. ' The keeper of tile lighthouse hour the land spot first ciiunhi sinht of the two hoots upproaehlim the shore. .a motor hunt and a Deal pilot hoat. hy I He Hied made out n figure In the water struggling onanist Ihe cross currents uml finally mw Ihuxes's, with a lust m eat el foi l, rein li Ihe lieach at l.echatelet. Fathers also caught sight of the .-whinner mill word was passed that It wis Durness finishing Ids long swim. A crowd soon asscinhlc.l and many rsons ptiinneii 111 unu cn-onou up- Women Like " I'M )RTENyou Avillil.rawoman M ' ; II II XW . , : s w say 'I jusl can t drink br--it j ' I m mm BlueRibbon '"II . :''PyA fke Beer of Qoality h i "'oulcl prove a revelation to cr III ' ''fiy 'itK its delicate appetizing fla- U II j I - '' .(t:;0( t vor of tKe Kops but not the j ; iP'i excessive tifler that is , . -v--; ''fijiSS. soiunplcasant. A'Ay HARNESS EVENTS AT HARTFORD UNEXCITING llaitli nl. Conn.. Sept. ti. Th-' Ciand Circuit races today were long drawn . it t ami two of Ihe events, the 2:0!l trot and Ihe 2.11 pace, want the, limit In hculs. Tile surorise o. t!l' "" lalti rnooii was 1,1,. il. l.ut of Ma.toi he I Wllliiml.oi 111 the - trot hy Cas cade, The lorie. r iiiislu hav el 111 three heats hy l.r.alsing at ilitiial lllolliellts, Tomoir. w will he President Taft day at Ihe lair en, as a special event lor the pi'i shield, 1 In- Harvester, tin fastest stallion in the world, ami Wil ly, the hull inilcr. will have a hrnsh. pl'oliahlv 1 I a half mile. Tw o t w cnt.v -fiv e trot, purse, $1.0110. in ;t: peter Tiimnson won second ami third heats 11 11. 1 race. Host time, 2:1.1. Mnii-le may won first lo.it. Time, 2: I n 1-4. third. 'i'W O I leV CIl, plll'Sl Kofift Prince wen I il til Ii. its and race, l.ongw orlh won heals. P, st tim Stand a. third. Two-nine trot, purse, tl.ueii. :t In .1: Cm-cade won Hist, second nnd liltlt heals mid race. It. st time, 2:10 1-2. Major Wi llinglon won third and loiirth iiculs; Crolghton, third. ADMINISTRRTOR APPDIiMTED FOli Miss X or in .1 ti 1 1 1. and ., $ 1,000. 3 In first, third I lest time, 2;ll, se .011,1 und louilh :d!l 3-4. Kannle lucre TOPEKA FORFEITS GAME TO PUEBLO Topeka, from Ptesiili the Western night hy Pi Tepela hall Kan.. S 1;, pl XoitIm A telegrani l.olleill, ol' w.ik received to Wooilwaid of the Hie Killlll postponed nt . i.u. siilcnl chili ilcclaiinn S lli'llllleil for Tin ulii.v. hut until Thursday. (01 Idled lo Puelilo. ' When tin nai'ie was postpnueil hy th,. Topeka inn naneiiieiil, the Topeka team was en rout'- from D the 1 1 ii in currying the team iippra'' to I," hepi h ssly I., hind time, j II was ilccldi d to postpone lh the train made up nearly all lime and th" local usual hour for si. nil The Puelilo nianai: reeallinn I he - posit''1 locals would ii" t Jrr el. In fill il 1 laim1 I I,,. ,.ai,,e I... Tl" V'.l llll r (lie lost fielcro the yitnie. cut I't'oposeil . uo'lil, inn ine , lo and P11- the furl ilure nf RIDLEY ESTATE Mis, Rimlkaer Succeeds in Ob tainns Appointment Probate Court; Other tors 'Transacted, ,11. 1 trip that I'Crsliknt Titl will lake lictore his 1 i'.i.-h maun v tour, will hu le tomorrow In u visii 10 uurunrn. mi,, v In r" I liahlvill, and ,1, !; . na. the fair peels to for a iut ions v.ll rshu 11: I'.osloll Marlon I. :i oiiiio will Inn sec smile tl .p. 'I h with Cov- .- liaraes rue It oil peace at III c.-i. I.'llt eX- , lllll k III 1 i V el Iv III till!" dinner, 1 no of his ompnn- .,' Allolllev' Cellelal Wlck- I1.1 will join the pally nl .1 on his return will no to Ma-s., to visit S. cl'eliily Nil- .3 al Mrs, daughter applied f pro). ale . meal of trail r of lev. Tin Kli.alM'th Phllcv p.lmlhvger. a r ol th,. lal M.lltlleW PUIh'.i' for and ohtaiiu il from tho emu t y estcrday the ,1 'point - lohu A. Thlrlon as admiuls tlle estate of Mattlt -W liid l.ond In the case wu-t lixell I111111 'dl it. IV at $S,OU0, which was filed und approved. Among ot In r niattei s I hat W' considered was Ihe appoint mem Ball Team' From the Meadow . City Arrives in Albuquerque 'Today - and Confidently Ex pects to Win, I.e. .nor, 1 (iur 1; 1111 r, 1 1 :i 11 to f heirs of . loa. 1 don.. 011 1 til Alearlo Hiiril. ailinlnlstralor M , II a and his The Fntrcll was allowed a the estate ot final 1'epo.rl," nilnlsl nitric o .la llunl. k is spe, ial .11 real estate for ti)' 11 i n iiaivrv"; 1'iD ""tn mi 1,1 hi iv'. 'io 1 la r' lit. 1 (laicl.i Has sppol'iteil nf tin; Jll'te "I I i illlel Isuid. ily.'d m loo. a Furniture' company (liliii of JiiiiAO against T Sllll'iO'S. and tile if f rauds Drunole, nd I the estate o Marie The hattle helweeji the Las Vegas ai'oo't'H and the llrays will Login to il row .lltel'lioon. the Alal'oolis nrrlv- 110: llils morning troin 1.11s v enas 111 pier to he rested lor Hi task. hiinn with tliem lour pltchiis with which to viimpilsli tlie oca is, 1 xpcotili'i Willi their nll-pl ofes iil.inal limit to he ahle to lake Ihe .lackral"1 Us Into y.inii In easy lushloli. Ian u 0 it. lh, Indian, Injun Smith, an IvoiL' ling I ashore, iiieoiiriigltin When Harness r,- VC he stllllll'leil. was seized, V- I ill lnn: ie, V V Y I" plucky swimmer him with cheers, gullied his feet, steps mid then shoulder high mid curried house to the strains of "M; sunn wildly hy lln After a t rat inn ol' appear ! lit til, ' i For the gre I tin Sea ' iv ased hath to scillalsi crowd I 11111 low 11 1111. ,, . , . .(illness ilhl stimulants . Ill lit II tile ' iiiltnlnls- iiot ot- I iceaii lil to .1. , third. r part of the Journey exceptionally eitiin. en- hung p-r,""' . . ' ,;. ,,,.,,, HIS Sirenglll. "" '" 1 tW most trying of all the hu selling: 11: loll union 1 1, in.' Ic c elll cl'OSS-J'lll ri'ins , sw ept . him gain and 'ng-ilin out of his Coiil'Se McGRAW GETS CLASSX PITCHER FROM SOUTH Dave Uohortson. the 1" id- of Hie Tidewater h gardi'ii ns the he' ireI'' lic. GOTCH WILLING TO TAKE AMBITIOUS WRESTLERS 11.. K ...s,a,,,', Lavvi which apply to I. .; Cnrey Act. Irrigation, 'm. . '""rn". Taxes: Hill-. nn (hl ti n, is U. S. Rlcita. ol, nr without atatehoo'l 1 , . '' hales. Iniekrain hlndlnr. AV:N Knta lit. n, M, C'hicngo, ; Sept. 6. Frank Cotrh ...a.... .,,l 1,.1't t,, nielli for nroKP campioooy rVehis ttittn n motitli next season m iol lie was iiecoiiipnnied hy his '" v. ...i will soend several days at Klr1'"' Si i'mil al the Minnesota state fair. Then he Will go to llumholdt, Iowa. (iiiestlon of a match with 7.hys.ko h. 'unsettled lint Clutch expresses his willingness lo take on any id a hall dozen wrestlers who are now clamor lag rr 11 match. The champion will start on his wrestllnK tour In a hunt two months. let tl 1 irtlrhr hi I south, will pin on " I'i'ii"'"1 .New York ti'innts eariy ium io- .. .. lloherlsoll I,.,, other hig' league magnnK lw ere .llckerillif for his servicej. itlevell li.aene scouts Wlltclltvl llofl'tsoll worll in one gu mo iigulnsl i,.si lime nnd rlttht away he ... rJ ;,.,,m .1)1 of t lll lll. Petri ii ed him a honiis of t.00 nnd nntee of t'loo 11 month wlu'll worked or warmed a heneh. 1 , ,i an oiler nnd scorn in,. " " - , . i.i- iim New Yolk Yankees al 10 ,.et his sinnnturp to a conlitf t McC.ravv olfered the hlg pifier honiis of 2,i10O ami a ga.train 110 with .Meilraw, mil Muck claims he hutl ml option pitcher. That iiiestioii is yet PolMltson Is six reet, two luetics tall weighs r.'o pounos uim heitm a pitcher is a "h"' '"' 1,1,11 plavrr. He Is not yet twenty years old' He I" " lid'l-.ianiler. haspee.l, and 11 good neau unit v " i; I'.MllS i:TIU SI AKTH' ((Vl.lt I KM' l "t litil.ss Paris, Sept. C. The' news that lllir ness had nlpeiited the liiinous exploit of Captain Wehh in swimming the Knglish channel caused mudi eiilhus iasnv In. 1'nris. Pui'Jiess Is an old resi dent of Paris mid has talon pint in all the most iiolahL' swimming events in Fiance in tlie last deeaile. THIRTEENTH ANNUAL TENNIS TOURNAMENT l .tlll tdi Iplli.l, Sept. 11.- A western j.ivader ill the person of Joseph .1, "Armstrong, a wiry young man ol' Hut I'lilvcrsity ol' .Minnesota, played havoc today among the eastern tn 1 1 1 1 t vvlchleis in the thirtieth annual tour nament or the 1 11 1 ,1 . l ! gin I . lawn tennis association on the grounds 1.1 the .Merlon ' cricket dull. Armstrong who recently won the Western Intercollegiate till,., ihlealed In the first round Harold Page of Pennsylvania. This was not unex 101 led, hut when he trounced Dun Mlilhcy of Princeton In His next mutch the experts wore surprised, Final honors are now thought lo rest her tween ..rmsti'ong nnd K. II. Whitney nl' Harvard. vTh'' rounds In the singles were coin pletM, leaving eight survivors'. 111' these Vale had lour. Harvard three a ml M linn sola one. britishIoUfer DOES , , "" 'SOME RECORD BREAKING ( llrnrd, yis n' t lor Xin cnihcr 1.. 1 11,. Vloiul- 01 Mrs Sofia Mil1. hell us udmiistintt'ix of Thomas S. Huhholl u y a, .proved In ihe sum of -H .'.Ouo. Jle petition 111' ,lo-'.' l...l.ta v Mirnhol jto hive ,los.i'l'u I'.aios removed as giiniilian ol the person ol I la rout'lto l.ohali, and ntliers was cont Inm-il. A homl of ? 1,11011 n as re. 1 11 ii-, , 1 of I Poliviirplo San. In , and I'lderl a. P. Ilouicl'o na ii 1 1 111 iliiM I a he's of tlie es tate ol' Filonieno ('. Sam In , It was filed and' 'upprov , -,l . Charles Itos'-I w as a ppolu led ad- llllllisli'lltor Of the estate of Allele Da vid and the l.oiul fixed al IO,oiiii. .Iiidee Fllomeno Mora llu n adj., irucd court titii i I this morning, TAFT TO SEE HARNESS Tommy 1 ,ock hn rt liuiT, the pride ol will llkdy 11M a.'P outing the throe t'le oi ul Im; s. The Orays will ii.lci'iiion pracll of Trinidad, ami the .Meadow City, ar upon the mound 'nine series a -a I lift rt cy I iiolo I lit le I,. do not lo gel grounds, c the ma lies. he out again this lug for Hie struggle. expect lo alhiw the .Ma the best of them 011 the neither do tiny expect l.uily of the games of A iiiovi no lit th,, ,vto-es dost to a low Pie ch luiimo. As liirg is i'l ,u ' ted. as 1 lie M a loons to soli. Is now on I'ool to hnve on Friday afternoon lUs lo attend the hall e a crow d us 'pnislhle this Is the first v Islt ol' A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . t'i 1 1 1 t Ills sea- RACES AT HARTFORD U" - flevrrlv, Mass., I. if - The Coro'ids' Identity Concciletl. Copvlcis til lo't'liiiili priMiii:' .lie colli- a r hi. irk musks vv In 11 leav- 1 jiiit ihelr (ills Iur iNcr.'ise, lit iinlcr jtlilll tlic.v lli:iv 'ioi lie recov;lilzeil hy I other prlsoiti rs. rlirtolk , ad of- Ifel- i he Vusli- rvv In tried it of rlsoii iillllie 11 l lie o he Kl(i ( ONCilt VI I I i I-' SI (CI SSI II, S LSI M Kl J London, Sept., I',. The King to night sent a telegram ol' lietirly; con gratulations to Piirgess. Phil Ill-oeU Outolil-eil, liidintial olis, Hid., Sept. li. --Young I Savior of ludlannpolis. outcliissetl ! Phil P.rock of Cli'vel mil n Ihelr ten round Lout- tonight. I !i o,K railed to I get mi von lireiik lii any of Ihe rounds. Tlie semi-wind P wan stop ped in the seventh round when F.dtlle ! Wei, hi r knocked out Jlii ioy c ;,',fy. ' llolh are Indianapolis imti. ( tirves hit. Porky Ms nil Vliinfloii. Xi .V Yi t li. Hi nt. li. '1'" H'ol'h. the Westchester farmer tas decisive. Iv di leiiti tl t, night Ly hu ky ! i.vnn. (it lii-stmi, In ' ti'H luind hoxinn inaieJi. Smith, who was outweigh -il vmoe fi lifMimlH. U'ilM ui.il'l' to t h, t ami took a thorouii ' I beating. AhitlclfVMt-r, " Mass., Sept, I'..- -Tll-lliillsli aifinleur golf elimn ploii. Henry fLS'flillon ol' HolyoUe, pusheil an aluminum puller Into his noil' hag oil Hie elghli cllth green ol' (lie KssoX 11 11 11 1 ly eluh- course loilay' with Hu saliil'a.'tiiiii. ol hiiving played that cout'se III 7 5 wllti out' ev er seeing It he lore, and ol' having accomplished a still nriulif task earlier In the day hy covering .Mco-pa in 70 strokes 011 this third round a r that (lllTloult task .Mr. Hilton exports to piny ut the country chili at P.rooklliie tomorrow and lo st iVt in to li n il . Ho. Apu wmnls 1 tillOe, live, Xye. vvh.r,. lit will try next vv, ek to win the amateur ehiimpholshlp of America. St. .Cl'.-in tilt" out Pace. Called OIL Paul, Minn., Sept. Western riolnn meet .Minnesota state fair and other luol events for todav have heen 11.--The trots ut ailed oil' on account of rain. Look for this Sign on Leading Garages You cannot know tuhat a gooJ tire is "VJJ until you try a Mi'cMin properly inlleted IN STCCK . BY ALBUQUERQUE CYCLE AND ARMS CO Try a Morning Journal Want Ad IbuqUCfque