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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 10, 1911. '
- MABEE AND MORRIS MAROONS AND GRAYS MAROONS POUNDING Sri )R T S PUT ON GLASSY CLASH TODAY IN 1 BALL ALL OVER A v 1 . iTBOUT FINAL GAME i IRE LOT A . ! . . BASEBALL STANDING OF THE TEAMS. i National Leagur. Won Lost Tct. ( New- York 7 7 4ti ,J I 'hi aco 7.'i 4 7 .til J I Pittsburg r. .& Philadelphia ks 57 .54 4 St. Louis KS ti2 .012 niiriun.-m :,! ; ,4: s llMHiklm 50 74 .405 Itostnn 3.1 9 3 .311 American lj-auc, V.n. Philadelphia 85 Detroit 7 8 I'll reland ( New York. 70 l.'oston il 4 Oh lea jo 62 Yvashlngton i4 Sx. Loafs as Lost. 44 til) ei r.s 7 7 7 HI Trt. .: .oo .:.;i4 .53x .4.''? 4SI .412 .205 VTcMrrn Iswgur. Won. Lost. Pe Denver 03 4(i .lion PixiMa 77 ON .570 St. Juscph 7 til .550 Uilctdn 72 t4 .52B Omaha 68 ! .407 SloiU City 68 71 .4X9 Tope4u 50 fi'i .3BS I h, MOlnes 4.1 H2 .3 1 s Where They Play Today. National League. Pitrsbitrsr at St. Ixmio. Cincinnati at Chicago. Amortoan Ij-agun, St. Louis fct Cleveland. Chicago at Detroit. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Cincinnati :i: Ohsuno I. Chicago, Sept. 9. Hohlitss's home run following a pass to Hoscher In the first Inning, save Cincinnati three runs and the game at Chicago. The locals moored their only run on two lilts and a pass in the ninth. Score: K. II K. Chicago 000 i.i 00 001 1 7 3 Cincinnati .... 200 000 100 a 4 1 flatteries: Mclntyre, t'heney unrt Needham; Suggs and McLean. Dilidol Doulile Header. . St. Louts, Sept. i. Pittshum " anil St. lmis hroke even on u dnuhlc head er today. Loifuld allowed hut two m altered hits, while his team mates hunched theirs and Pittsburg won the l!rt.t ' gome. In the second . Wod burn pitcheii his Jiist game In the mujols and held the visitors to one lilt, this in the ninth. Scores: Kirst frame It. H. K. a 2 2 0 Pittsburg'.... 010 201 0004 St. Louis . . 000 ooo 01 0 I ' flatteries: Lf'U'ield and Simon limn, Kels and l'.llss. Second go mi ' 11. liar- U. 1 Pltslmrf? 000 000 002 2 St. Louis 003 202 OOx 7 11 flatteries: Caninits, Itohinson Simon; Wodhurn and llreMiahan. and Tlo fJnnio at New York. New York. Soft. 0. ISrooklyn and New York played a nine-inning tie on a wet diamond, a drizzling rain fall lug during the -greater part of the Hiune. I'randall was hit Ireely, but only one run was scored off him. Ilrooklyn scored once off Wiltse in the fourth and twice in the 'seventh, (tucker settled dow n after the opening session and pitched a great game. Manager liahleM protested a decision on Mcrkle's steal and was ordered off llui Held. Score: Tt. H. K. p.rooklvn 000 200 2004 15 0 New York .. 300 OHO 001 4 6 1 flatteries: Itncker and Krwin: Crntulall, Wiltse, Mathewson ttnil Wil son. (Called Mid ninth.) AMERICAN LEAGUE. Nrtv York .": Washington 1. Washington, Sept. . Ford and Walker went thirteen Innings In n pitchers' hntle, the local man weaken ing in the final round and New York heating Washington by 5 to 1. Out si 'e of the pitchers' work the lli-rd base play of Shaefcr and Chase wore the features. Score: R. II. K. Wnshn. 000 000 010 000 0 1 6 2 N Y .. 000 00! 000 000 4 a 11 2 flatteries: K. Walker and Street: Ford and fllair. Cli-Tclnnd H; Cleveland, Sept. ensv for Cleveland, St. Louis 2. ' Il .St. Louis was the locals winning Moser was the second eight runs, the piillis, Woulbw leli, Score; knocked oft the rubber in after Cleveland had scored The locals ran wild on stealing ei'Vnt hases on St. Louis' colt catcher. 11. MUX 0 II. K. 9 1 Olcvi laud 2(i0 100 INCORPORATE YOURI BUSINESS Le Kanen's New Mexico Corpora tion Lawg, Kulei lind Formi, compil ed to date. A tweful Kiilde for corporation of ficer, attorneys and engineer. You need no other. It ha everythloj In una hnnV Post youre!f. Avoid enpenalva mistake. am Turntorlal law on ALL clnssei of O.irnoration: flanking. Huildins and Loan, Benevolent. Industrial, Ir rigation, Insurance, Mercantile. Min ing. Railroads. Taxation, etc witn eitenjdve Citations. The only complete New Mexico Corporation, Irrigation an Mining Code published. Complete Forma and Rule for drawing- and filins all kind of cor poration pnpera: references, foot notes, by-lawn. etc. Territorial Irri gation Rule and Forms. l ulled State Law which ppl to New Merleo: Cnrey Art, Irrigation, Mining, Railroad. Taxe; Rules and Form for Feeui'tig U. S, KlgMa night of Way, mo. Oseful with or without statehood. 1 vol., t35 pngei, buckram blndlnc. t. y. I'. KAM'.V ttanla I f. N. M. ' St. Louis ltll UOO ft 1 ft 2 lit : Si. Louis 01 uoo oio 2 10 flatteries: Kalor and Easterly; Mo er. Hamilton and Southwiek. IVtrolt 1: llikagc. a. Detroit. Sept. 9. Ty Cobb's sacri fice fly in tlie fifth, sowing Stallage resulted in the nly run made in tin ;aini- with Chicago ami iei ided a re markable pitchers' battle between M li 1 1 1 it and Scott. A triple play in the fourth resulted when Drake raced in, capturing Tannehill' short fly. S ore K. It K Chicago 000 000 000 0 4 2 l tn.it 000 010 HOx t 3 1 Ratierios: Scott ami Ulock: Mulhn ami Man. me. Huston 2: lliiladolphia 0. Philadelphia, .Sept. f. Tom o'flTien a right handed pitcher, lormerlv of the Denver club, who reported to Manager Donovan yesterday, twirled hrilllant hall against rhilailelhia and Host on shut out the champions. The score: It. II. K. lloston 200 000 0002 5 1 Philadelphia . 000 000 O00 0 2 flatteries: OTirlen and William: Plank. Kranse, Dantorth and Tliomas. Lp. WESTERN LEAGUE. Mon City 5: St. Jmph 3. Sioux Crty. Sept. 9. 1'ltcher Klepl' tier ot the locals. epiallet the league's Ktrikr-oiit record, tanninur eighteen or the St. Joseph players and winning for Sioux Citv. Srote: K. II. K. Sioux City ... 000 140 HOx 5 9 o St. Joseph floa 000 0003 ft 3 liatteries: Klepfner uml Miller: Johnson and Crittenden. Uni'olii : Toix-ka I. TopeUa. S--pt. 9. Neither team seized for six innings hut in the sev enth Thomas started u rally with u homo run and Topefca went to pieces. Score: n. Topeka 000 000 0101 Lincoln OOrt 000 2327 lotteries: Kusute oiul Crisp: and M'Oraw. II. K. 6 s o Smith Omaha : ! -Moines L Omaha. rVpt. ! IX" Moln's defeated here thong" tlmaha several twruits It th line-up. was had The . K. n. h. Omaha 30(1 000 03x 6 K I1. .t nines .. 000 000 010 I 0 1 flatteries: Kohinson and Arhogast Ilneston and ITatowski. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. M Minneapolis First game: Kan sas Citv Mlnnpn!l 4. St'cond game: Kansas City 2; Minneapolis S. (Called. at. end of seventh., darkness.) At Columbus Toledo : Columhns At 3. At villo. i Paul Milwaukee 0; St. Paul Louisville Indianapolis 3; Louis COAST LEAGUE. . At San Francisco: Morning same n. it. i i Oakland ) Los Angeles lifiiieries- Vernoll. tlregory and Poarce: Agnew Leveren ami Adonis. At Los Angeles: Afternoon gtitne Oakland it. r H Lev am Angeles 3 MilUe flatteries: Fluter and and Smith. crenz, nana .' t Sacramento: Morning gamo Portland Sacramento flatteries: llarkncss- and Hunt and Thomas. Afternoon gnnie Portland c, .-.t..i in en t il . R. II. F-. . 0 . 1 LiiLongo: ft. II. K . 4 . 1 i-,.K..ii..u- stecii and Ivtihii: Aryan and Thomas'. SOUTHERN LEAGUE U Mobile Mobile 3; Montgomery 3 (Called end twelfth; darkness.) 'At Chattanooga Chattanooga ; A'Atnt'lii.minshiim fllrmliiRhum 0; New Orleans 1. . ... At Memphis Memphis-Nashvllle H.lnio postponed; rain. They liatp cla .s ihosc siicct lints ill I crgusoii . GOTCH CHEATED OF EXPECTED RECEPTION llnmbolill, I.i.. 'I'"- 'J--l"'1n,i C.otch, champion vvrcstKr of th world, arrived in Humboldt today and tin re yviiu no ovation, no cheers, nor was there nv sort of a reception. He came in unheralded. His I'rknds H1 nid know he w is coming. A shepln- car porter last night, by tailing to call them, forced Mr. and Mrs. Ootch and the champion's moth er to go to Fort Dodge from Minne niKilla. although their destination whs Humboldt. ; .. . The party was brought Irom I ort Dodg,.'to Humboldt In an automobile. It hud been planned to give the re turning conqueror a rousing reception hot he failed In HlinOUnCe tllC Utile Ol' manner of his arrival. Have you seen the (Ions in street hats. I 'crgnisou scler HEAVY ENTRY LIST FOR GRAND CIRCUIT RACES Deirf.it Mich.. Sent, fl. With nn aggregate of 27M entries in twenty ..(...,is the cm nd Circuit meeting in connection with the Michigan state fair opening September i promises to be one of the best of tho car. A lecture of the Iree-lor-nll trot In which the Harvester will make hiH first start of the year am', will at tempt in one heat to lower the stallion raic record to two minutes. There are lw nty-three eligible In lite trot ting division or the Matron slakes, the final payment not being until the night before the race. ,, ... ' " . .. .... ... I'craiisoiiH' ill nlll pb-nse you. qilay of while felts- Elks Smoker Last Ni$ht Fur nishes Finest Wiestlin? Ex hibition Ever Seen in Albu querque. True to their pronifci' mill.ii olf the most the Elks' elite rtaintni' -niokir of the year at the opera house last night, when mixed u,i with music, and athletic stunts and eats ami drinks they held open house t their In.nos to the number ot some live hundred. Prominent among the list of th( guests was the entire team of Ihe Uis Vegas Maroons baseball club hn occupied seats well to the front and enjoyed things hugely. A young fellow in giving pie n- did (log dame, slippetl and arm, this being the only hloke hIM untoward happening of the evening. Among the best events of the even ing was a twenty-minute wrestling mutch between the new Richmond, i h.irl.y Morris of Indianapolis, and K.i.v Mah.v, of Albiuiucruuc. The program called for nn exhibition be tween Dcschlei anil .tl.Hice, nut at me last minute, Deschler. who li-i retired Horn the game, decided not to go ali.l Morris went on In his stead. Th.- two men gave inuiuestionably the best wrestling exhibition that bus ever been seen here. Neither seind to have the advantage of uch othr although the greater mat experience of Morris stood him In xcelletit stead against the wonderful quickness of Ma bee. The bout went give and take in the most scientific way from the time ot the gong until the tall of tun,, twenty minutes without a full being scored bv either ot tue men. When the final call ol tune was made Morris renewed his challenge i" throw Desehler three times in an hour unid a roaring house, lie liien suite" that he was pleased witn his reeep- on and would have great plenum o i taking Malice on for best two out of three catch as eaten can. .iaocc oniing to the Iron! said that he it-ranging a bout to take place was at Init T.M,,,,i:,.i Oi Hie near Inture hould that fall through no nuum like to take on Morns instead. Alter this the eats were on tor sine, everybody mixing talking, eaung, Irinking and telling stories. I he in ternal spirit ol the Klks, ami me gen- rollS hospitality dispensed piumm, everybody in even a better nunioi than they had I n before. A couple of line appearing young illows, one from the urmy and an ther from the navy otic a blond and the other a brunette, men recneo xcelletit Stvle the god old poem. Curfew Shall Not Ui"g Tonight,' that is, they fcelteit twelve icis it to everybodv s satisiaeiion. ioiii mall Dave' Coombs then decided that it was so near Sunday morning- that ti... . in lew Kin on l ring sure euooo, and the guests filed out more pleased with the manner in than which they had spent the evi iitng. HEARNE DRIVES FIAT CAR TO VICTORY IN 200 MILE Cincinnati. Sept. 0. Fddlc llerne, driving a Fiat car won the 200 mile aautoinoliih road race here today while Johnny Jenkins In a Cob- car, finished first in the 1 50 mile race. Six accidents marred the day s spoil, hut with I Ik- exception of bruises and sprains none of the drivers sustain ed injuries that nie likely to prove serious. First race, lad miles: Johnny Jen kins, driving :' Cob- car. won. Time 2'4ii-2'.l. Wlllhtm Thatcher, driving an Ohio cur, second. Time, 2:!il:1. , K tlilcliiist, driving a Ohio car, third. Time. 3:00:2!". Second race 200 miles: Lddie lleurne. driving a Flat ear, won. Time, :i:2!i;0;i. Johnny Jenkins, driv ing a Cole car, second. Timed 3:10: 04. Harry Knight, driving a Wcsl eott cur, liiird. Time, :t : r:t . :! s. MISS MAY SUTTON AGAIN CARRIES OFF LAURELS Rul'fnlo, N. V., Sept. 9. Miss May .Sutton ol Cahlornia ami .via w. Nili-s of floston. carried off the laurels In the western Nov i "i-k lentils tour nament which eiideil here today. The California woman won Irom Miss Noyes ot Toronto, the woman s inter-, national t hnmpionsliip cup find Un title. Mr. Nlls successfully defended the Mem hers' championship cup and the title against Charles I'.enton of Cleveland. Miss Sutton defeated Miss Moyes by G-l and 6-1. Mies over- whelnie flenton In straight sets. LACKAWANNA TRACK MEN TURNED DOWN Scranton. Pa.. Sept. 9. President Truesdale of the Delaware Ijickn wana and Western Railroad company todav refused the appeal ol tile grievance-committee of the Lackawanna's section hands lor u hearing in un case ol M. J. Foley, a section fore man, who was discharged. I he em ployes assert Foley was discharged because he was chairman of tile com mittee that presented demands for nn Increase in wages. Harvard Wins Tennis Honors. Philadelphia, Sept. !t. The expect ed happened today In the IntereollcKi ate championship lawn ti-nnla tourna ment at the Merlon cricket club, Harvard winning the tingles tith for 1911 though Hie victory of K. II Whitney over A. II. Munn, Jr., of Yale bv 0-1; 6-2; 6-2. Whitney's victory makes Harvard lied with Pennsylvania at six points each on the championship trophy and Yale lied with Princeton for sec oiid at five points each. The final doubles match was robbed of mm h of Its Interest by the absence of colli gc rlvuliy, Princeton having mac sure of the championship by previously taking both matches In tin semi-final round. Celebrated Itrccding Farm Sold. St. Louis. Sept. ' Woodlands,' tho breeding farm of Harney Schreih er, located In St. Louis county, whs sold todav to a local man, who vtlll use the ."oil acres as u country home Srhreiber will dispose of most of his H.'iO thoroughbreds. He has given up hope of the revival of racing on an emended scale In the Culled StaU'l. Rube Weeks a::d Tommy Lock hart of Tiinidad Will Face Each Other in Pitcheis Battle. The bakcball g.nnc at Traction park this allernoon pt'onises to be one of the most exiitnu and hard (ought games of the season. The Maroons are easilv the fastest team that has play ed on the diamond at Traction park 1 thic year, with a last and almost im-j pri giiHide tnti. ui The wolk ot the uifi' ld yestcrd i was u Joy to behold. This is no disparagement of the Jackiabbils, however, as they have inatcri.illv i-tieiigthened the inli' ld by til- addition of Salaar and Clancy who li turned Friday night and yes terday, respectively. Hoih the boys are bigger and l ister than when they were here earlier m the year. Clancy (Specially has profited by his ex pel loner in the lug leagues and has the most pellet throw troin third to lust ver s-ei on these grounds, and while he is not hitting as well as he ill, with the Austin team (pennant winners i of Hie Texas league, he can most eertaluh lawn U-aumulh. This afternoons game will be not able because il is the first appearance or Tommy Lockhart. the Trinidad womhr. in the box in .Vlbiuiueriiue in any game this year. Lockhart, Who Is not to be confounded with Chief l.ixkhnrt. the Indian spit ball. Mill oppose Rube Weeks, who promises to do the heavy work lor the grays. This will be a splendid exhibition, a pitchers' battle ll'olll the word go us Weeks wants to go after a strike out rccotd holuie the Maroons who ate classed us the heaviest hitters In New Mexico. Chavez will catch the long local phi iioin. Those mo work together better than tiny haltery that lias worked lu re yet this season. The last two games have shown the splendid qualities of the local play els even if they have all grown up and been to school here. They lire as a bunch the best yet. Let everybody turn out this ultcruoon with the blu est croyvd of the season and give the Vegas team a s;spd oil' and the lo cals a reception that has not been equalled In fandoin this year. The game Is called for .1 o'clock. RACE RESULTS At Aiiik-oiiiIii. Anaconda, Mont., Sept. 4.- Thc fonrteeii-day racing meet here today with a big attendance closed Tile track was still slow Irom the rains of the week, hut otherwise conditions were lavoralilc. I luce lavorltcs won. Silver Stocking won the fourth event in which The Fad set a good pace to tin- head ol the stretch where the winner took t lie lead and drew away froin the Held to win easily. Most of the horses leave In special trains to night for Lake City, Idaho, meeting. Sinn n in t y : First race, 6 furlongs, selling: Prin cess Industry, won: 1 la rcltigton, sec ond: Mis Sly, third. Time 1:20 3-ii. Second race, 0 furlongs, selling: Foregnard won; Tommy Met lee, sec ond: Sorrowful, third. Time 1:20. Third race, mile selling: Sinn Felun won; Jack ' 'l jintet-n, second: Lady McNnlly. third. Time l:4 2-.V Fourth race .a 1-2 furlongs, selling: Silver Stocking won; Novgorod, sec ond; The Fad, third. Thin 1:12 3-5. Fifth race, 5 1-2 lathings, selling lllskra won; Sagerlalor, Itlack Sheep, third. Time 1 Sixth race. 7 1-2 furlongs, Anna Mac won; Tony Koch, Jim Mc third. Tlmi 1:13 second ; 12. selling: second ; Have vim seen l'ergooir line of while fells? RUDY UNROLZ LOSES DECISION TO DALT0N Los Angeles, Sept. 0.-- Although lie gave Cbutlcs li.iuoii a icniuo ookkmh ill thirteen out of the lllteen rounds ought, floor CnholK lost the decision In the main event ol the Admission day card at Vernon arena today, in every round iqi to the thirteenth Cn- holz. reached Da lion's stoniach lit will. Hut Daltoii showed unusual slanitnn. and was able to put the I oer to t.ie floor lor the count "i nine 'In the Idurleetiih round. The decision against 1'nholz was unpopular witn the crowd. Curly D'l'onncll of Sun Francisco, knocked out Vrankle Sullivan In the sixth round. C,us Anderson threw Mil Harrison to the floor In the sixih iiuiil of their bout and was disquali fied. Itanci'ol'l Criticises Lmpirc. New York, Sept. . Manager Mo- Craw of the New York .Nationals to day received a telegram I'mni I rank lliincrolt. business manager ol the Cincinnati Nations, bitterly asuilllng the umpiring of o'Day in yesterday's game between Cincinnati mid Chic ago mid advise that I'resldenl finish of New York reqiiestioii President Lynch to keep o Day away Irom Chicago. Despatches from Chicago todav staled that Cincinnati had protested Ihe game because of all alleged erron- ous decision by O nay. Vain Wins (Joir Honors. Short Hills, N. J., Sept. 0. Yale denned Ihe boards again by winniitg individual honors lor another year In the Intercollegiate golf association championship today. In the final round tieorge Stanley of Croat Har rington. Mass., aYle's repreM-lU'itlvo, defeat -d Henry flreyburn. of Louis ville, K v . who represented the I "ill -veisity of Pennsylvania live up ami tout to play. tiara Itiii-ton's Oonilllbin Serious. oxlord. Mass. Sept. 11. The doctors in allellllullcP upon Miss flit Hon su III toiiiviht that her condition showed some Improvement Considerable anxiety is felt, however, of .Miss flnrton's "go. on account I'n-eiil lo lloston Mu-oiiiii. flol'ston, Sept. !i.--Annoiincetnciit was ii-iib- lodav by Ihe oti'lciuls of Ihe flislon Museum of Fine Arts that Dr. William Sliirgls Hhp-lovv h is given to the Institution his oxtcnslv:- col lection of Chinese and Japanese art. The eolleclion 'V,ieh coiitalns 25,0011 vi.hiable pieces ( f art. follows closely the bequoKt of Dr. Charles (ioddard Weld, who left to the museum his collection of Japanese painting known as the Fenellosa eolleclion. TAKE SECOND GAME FROM JACKRABBITS 'Indian Smith Then Hanss Crepe On Local Batsmen to Further Sorrow to the sion. ,. Add Hans W.igiier says ' Hit Yin her llley ain't." This is. In bi,ef the storv , "( the day's edruggle at Traction park J between the hard weiking Jaekrab- 1 bits and the. Las Vegas .Maroons. The ; Maroons hit sutvly Itltoen tniics dur- ; tng the sest-lon in spite ol the et- foils of Hugs Nevviiiever on tliel mound, for n total of nine runs, oh, j yes, the Cray poieu live runs. Put the other side got the most vote and was elected. Indian Smith on the mound for the visitor, is certainly the cit-pe hanging kid, by his lonesome he hung i -r pe lUl the bier of 12 lir.iy.s, allowing Ills eight team unites to assist In the ob sequies of the rest of the twenty -seven. The fegun Just galloped around the buses ut itilcrvuk when the wtml wa good. In the meantime tln-v rest- ej up tor another aipurt. and allowed the tir.iys to think they were doing line, Smlth'B splttcr was gvltiK good, and even though the swatters of the locals would find it sometime the! very rarely would get It uway from the reach Of the active Malooim s, Inkled uround the diamond. Chief Ixickhart was on hand Willi his totem pole, and toted vvo two baggers, bringing In two men ahead ol him, and scoring on hla own be half three tlniea. The tirays presented a re-organix-ed Imc-up, that was hardly um uc (iissful as the combined abilities of the players would Indicate, Cornish look l.cmbkoj's place ul s ind, Ross s.ilaiar taking ihv short lb-Id, mid CUint-y third bane. Thu outildd was composed of Weeks, Kunit and Padil lii. Several tlnie It really looived us if the tiruya hud a show but mi those occasions few nnd fur between, some body would pull off a bono head play, or els Ihe umpire would take a va cation. llizr.umps called Cornish out mi sec ond -In the. sixth after he hail made a ' home at that sack before-th player .had thrown Ho. hull at the hxciiikI I baseman. There were three men nn t-otinlinc Doc. but Doe had lo let go at the command of the Admiral In the Id. i In clothes and another i haiii-H a . .. was gone glimmering. Just how much of a cliauee it wus can be gathered from t lie fact ihut Ohiive who Was following4 Doc scored In great shape. 'The grief began In the first when Lew (TwMrU Smith, found peto HI dulog napping ami i-eached Ifrst. Then Lock hurt coming up found the ball on tlx- end of Ills bat and the tunning round tin- circle begun in good earnest, , They didn't stop until three good ones were scored. The tirays i-ani,- back In their hall' with otui principally - through the efforts of Ohiirlh- Kiuus1 Hire,, bagger and Pa dllla's bust, Vegas, was slopped lor tour innings alter that. while tln Oray tu'alud three in ihe third and things looked dltler.-nt. Then in the sixth the visiting brethren took another vote and pack ed the ballot box home with them by scoring th'co more. The best the lorals colild do' In rev tallutlnn was one buicly tally, and Vega Just to show how easy . It hud .gotten niuilo two more In the seventh and one In the ninth. The substitution i,f old fl fliirngruvt r for Rugs in the ninth was made too lute to save, Ihe game. Hill was cold, and two hliiglca were added to the, number of scalps during this session. Alter tho locals had attempted to bring things to pass In the eighth and ninth. Young Weeks being sent in 'to but for Hugs, the luiu rul (truces shin lead by disconsolate Dun I'adil la took up the march fur town, There were two or three play dur ing the game worthy of mention In llio hall pi' lame. Hulalgo in the fifth bv a splendid backward Jump pulled down II. Hmlth'g foul. In the seventh Salazur made a magnificent stop of Wicks' hard grotiner forcing fl. Smith out at second. In the same inline. Kun after a hard run took In WILmoh'h fly to center not thirty seconds utter 'lie had doiio the same thing for Kill. Italic Week in the eighth took in one in left field off Ni-Isoii'h bul. nnd by snappy ridd ing cut off U Smith L'olng In Hcctind in Ihe ninth. This Is enough of thn iliHiiitil tule. I-H VFtSAH, AU III PO li tt fl. Smith L. Smith Lockhart Wicks, s f - 1 Ij p . . . 2 b . Kills, cf-lf . . Wilson, Ib-ef Nelson, ii-c . Fisher, 31., . . .Montana, if Total .42 0 15 25 0 ALflFQCFRQCK. All R lit PO A i: Kiiiiz, of 5 2 1 2 II (I Padlllii, rr 4 0 1 1 0 ft Clancy, lib ft 1 1 0 0 I, Weeks, It., If .... 4 0 0 2 1 0 Sala.ar, vs 4 I 2 4 3 0 Cornish, 2b 3 0 i 2 4 0 Chavez, o 4 1 0 X I 0 Hidalgo, lb 4 0 I 7 1 2 N( w im . v er, ii . . . . 3 0 0 I 1 0 flarngroyer. i . . . . o 0 o a o 0 A. Weeks" 1 0 .0 0 0 0 Totals . 3 7 f, 7 27 1 1 2 'Weeks, A., bulled for .Newnieyir 111 the fight 11. ' Summary : Three base-bits Ktinr. Two base lilts Lot khurt 2, Cornish, Nelson. Sacrltlce hits I'iidllla. Alls nil' Smith. 7 In 0 Innings; off New-hH-yef, 13 ill H Innings; off llarngrov cr, 2 111 one tuning. Huso on hulls off Still I li, :l. Stolen bnsiv. Clamy, Sala.ar 2, iTinve., Left on buses Albuipii rqu, 7; Lns Vegas. II. Find huso on erri.rs -Albiiqu1 rque, 3; Wis Vegas, 3. Struck out by Htnlth, 12; by New nicy er, 4. Hit by pitcher Salaz.ir by Hinllh, Monlano bv New nieycr. Time of game 2 hours. Fnipili Dave Coomb. , Attellllatiec 200. Scorer Hiiggetl. Try a Journal Want Ad, Results NIGHT SCHOOL Enroll Monday Evening, September 1 1 COURSES: Pvk keeping. TV pewmlng. Stenogr ip'-v Civil S.rii e. Penman ship, flanking. K.olwav Mail. I ngli-li Prcpsiniori lop.l Uncut. 1 Students enrolled tor special tutoiing. Individual in.-irui tiqn en tirely. Olf toe open from 7 to 9 "0 p. Ill . on Mn,lav, Wednesday and Fil dav evening. Call photic or r te. Albuquerque Business College PHONE 627 The Union Central Life Insurance Company, of Cincinnati, O. it. lark. as i Pnx-blent. t.ohl ve.. The Great Annual Points for the Motorists The small.- st partich envelope s of toreign will ruin the mattir In an inner tube. motorist inav find that an Inner tube has In en injured and pcrhaisi ruined Irom no apparent cause. Cpon examination small holes will lie found tn its Kin-face, thn only logical reason for their priM'tn e being apparently poor tube material. This, however, is seldom the cause, suvs the Mlcheltn tire man. The real trouble lies with the motorist, lb! has carelessly fitted the tube allow nm small pat tides of mud and dirt to enter the envelope, the air pressure from within the tube and the external pressure having com bined to grind ihe foreign matter into the tube. When fitting a tire It Is not enough to simply dean the envelope and tube. Care should he taken to admit no mud r sand during the operation. 1 he tue livers should not be ott lying on tne ground as they will collect dirt which may find its way Into the envelope. Many subjects on the proper care of tires and tubes ure instructively dis cussed in two hooks Issued by the Mlchclin Tire company of Mtlltown, N. J. Copies vvlll be mailed flee on re quest. . - , - Diarrhoea Is always., more or less prevalent during Sptomhcr, fle pre pared for It. Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera a nd Diarrhoea Reni"dy I. prompt and effectual. It can always be depended upon obd is rdetisitut lo take. For sale by all dealer. 2,000 MOTORCYCLISTS IN ENORMOUS PARADE OF PROTEST IN NEW.YORK , New York, Sept. fl. In all the brief bill vital lind Interesting Idsioiy of motorcycling Ihein has been no' such striking demonstration' as that In New York on Labor Day, September- 4. when motorcyclist and bicyclist to the number ol some 2,000 --paraded over the historic cycle path to Coney Inland -:i path that Park Commis sioner Kennedy Iihh proposed lo con- fiscal e. The announcement uf the park i oniinlssldher aroused a prompt storm of nrotc.st. ami till storm look the form on Labor Day of the first parade of motor driven "single trackers" ever seen In New votk i n y. In the days that have passed since Ihe bicyclists helped to build "Die road In the "middle nineties'' by contrib uting $3,500, the world "has moved." Park ComipKsioiior Kennedy thought bicycle had disappeared from the face of the earth and he lulled entire ly to take into account Ihe iirniy ol niotore vde riders thai has grown up in ihe vvak'e ol the bicycle. As It turned out It was demon strated not only that the bicycle is ind "dead" but 'hat In Its evolution Into the inuliii'i Ji le it has gained lout-told strength and vigor uml as a factor in ihl pursuits whether pleasure or business -ot men and women. And so it came to pass that upon Labor Day when New York looked out of its windows and craned its neck along the curb, lo! the inolorejolc led all the rest! Well lo the front In fact Just be hind the grand marshal and his aides, am! the motorcycle and bicycle police came the motorcycle division head ed bv.Dr. J. P. Thornley of New York, chairman of the compclitioti committee of the Federation of Amer ican Molorcvclists. Motorcycle after inototevele stretched behind lilin, J-J L.l..lll.Ur3!SIFPlll.lll. ill all Summer Excursion Rates via Santa Fe To Eastern points, also Colorado ihe vert low Round Trip Rates which mer: Chicago . . ,. Kansas City .. . .155.(15 ....140.65 ...,t4).5 ....123.70 ....$20.75 , , . .f M.I5 . ...M.'l.tifi ,...$75.15 f HI. I.ouli Denver ........ i Coloriido Springs Pueblo lioslon, Mass. . , , tiiiffalo. N. f. ., Ticket on sale dally from June 1st to September .10ih. Return limit Oc tober Slat. Liberal Blopover privileges allowed on bolh koIiik and returt trlji. For any other Information regarding these rotes coll on Mr add ram V. J. JOHNSON, Agtnt, .1. II. .loaning. Mhiiqucrqiic, . M. t.cn'l. Ageiil. Dividend Company In orderly array--a dignified and em phatic protest again-t the proposed conns, atlon of the imtb. upon which they ode. Rehiu, ttlelll came tllll M" ova lo i tders, singly and in groups. It was a parade New Yolk will not kooii lorgct and one, the riders believe, that will c.i use Commis-doncr Kennedy to see things in a new light. Prizes were awarded to (inny of the riders and the occasion served to bring to the I runt again "Happy Dnys" Pitman and other stars or the day when the bicycle w:ts king. Ri l l MIL OOODS AT IllKlv ROT TOM PRICF.S. Pure Vaseline 3d I do. Sanilai j Paper Hi inking CHIW '.".'oallb-r Smokies t iil-trldgi-s. . .150 readier Hosiers I'' Roys' Wail.s 25c and Hois' Wcll-Madc Knee Pauls 5o Itovs' Haw l.25 nnd HI..VU School SImh-s rnim SH.tm to We e it v school supplies of all .kinds. Including text Ismks for all lilo gtiimninr grade. TIM'. M ,F, Win. Kloke, proprietor, ail South Hrst Street. . . . PP shrd sh .. ' For bowel complaints in children al ways chamberlain Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy nnd castor oil. It Is certain to effect a cure uml when reduced with water and sweetened Is plivisoiit lo lake. No physician run prescribe a bettor remedy. For sale by all dealer. ALBUQUERQUE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS . engineers, Founders, Mill RliiiM Cast. IngM, Pumping Plants. Iti-palr Work, send Mr estimates. Albuquerque, . M. j . .. i. . . ,ji 4. I. tgg. . . '. I' H I ! CHICHESTER S PILLS .tn. 'I HK IIIIUIINU UHM, y irlM. A ' I lll-( III .Tr"ll IIIAUlOU IIKIM. I'll.l.S, In. Hi tMlliuwi,.lll,Sll Alw.)ri Krlil cm n rv nDimr.KTs. jvibvuhi cf ATrMTC DrArlnearnrtiinak s.m Ml bll rfll vuuwv i v, ,M,,s I ll;l.i;s for .ot i on j. Houk nil i'ulinli. Ill"l1intii to invotilom." "Invention. M V, C.I" HII'l... C....... I.WHll.M fa " Itnuni. ,, ,ir ...... All mint Free. SiiwuiI Iwlsaf uaMit,lluy- em. I.xiiu dwn cllenla. NriiU rouifii BKdicn or niiNlel lor nesnll of IMIent (illutl miirai. I. icul ninrewnlaliViK In mu Cities .ml lowiw. Out- Mi. 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