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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1911
THREE RUSSIA'S ATTEMPTINEW PRESIDENT OF OKLAHOMA SCOFFS At Least One-Half of Our TO BULLY PERSIA SAM DIEGO IT ALARMIST Exclusive Stock MUST BE SOLD L 3 IT IS PORTS I RESENTED HOW REPO BASKETBALL HILL FURNISH WINTER AMUSEMENT This Interesting Indoor Game Takes Place of Football; Varsity and High School Organize Teams, With the close of the footliiill sea pon, the bucket ball term, devoted to the practice ami play of the great indoor game will begin. Locally the sport bus nlways been popular owing tn the fact that a game can he play ed before a sood sized audience with out all the ado that churacterixes out door athletics. Already two teams are in process (,V formation In the city, one to repre sent the University of Xew Mexico, which has held the territorial cham pionship, and the other to represent the AlbtHiucrquo High School. As far hack as eight years ago the Albuquerque High school used to win in it game with the varsity, but of late years this has been dmiiiccd utol a number of splendid practice games h ive keen enjoyed by th student "'t lioth institutions, the varsity cotoin.-; uff the conqueror. This year the .Hisrh s( hool has n try strop team, and Is planning n hard r.ihcdulc The varsity bfisket luill team has secured the services of Egmont II. Arena as manager, and expects to play mutch gaiucs with the .Normal university of I.as Vegas and the Agricultural college of Mcsllla park during the winter. It is likely ulso that games will tie arranged with the Kl Tuso Military Institute, which always has a cracls basketball team. Regular practice of both the local teams has begun as has also the prac tice of the girls basketball teams. basketball is the one game played by schools and colleges at which both the girls and the hoys can have rep resentation. Ordinarily both sexes havp teams, and the rivalry for the number of wins against outside teams between the boys and the girls If us ually very great and inspires all sortr of enthusiasm. In Albuquerque a splendid place for holding these mat games has been provided In the National (iuard Arm ory, and the headquarters of the local company Is likely to prove a popular place the rest of the season from the standpoint of indoor athletics. WOLGAST CAN FIGHT AGAIN SAYS PHYSICIAN I .of Angeles, Dec. 2. Dr. -Pollard tonight stated th:it in his opinion Ad Wolgast would be able to light again, "as good, if not bi tter than ever." "We found." continued the surgeon, "that the muscles of Wolgast's stom ach were In. such fine condition that It was not necessary to cut them. V simply separated them. For this rea son Wolgast will be as strong, if not stronger, than ever, after he recover from the effects of the operation." (iolf Champion 1?ohhIh. Memphis, Tenn., Deo. 2. Alexan der Smith of New York, four times holder of the open golf championship of America, won the open champion ship of the south today over the links oV the Memphis Country club, witti a score of 300 for the seventy-two holes. Fred Mcl.eod of St. Louis, was second, four strokes behind Smith and Tom McNainara of lioston was third, with 805. Smith won the title by brilliant playing In the last two rounds. Be sides the gold medal of the Southern Gold association a purse of $300 will be awarded the winner. Open I.eajrtio Meetings. Chicago, Dec. 2. American league meetings hereafter will be open to the press and public, an nounced 1'resident IV U. Johnson to di'.v following an expression by Charles W. Murphy of the Chicago National league team that the latter would oppose secret league sessions In the lvalue hereafter. President Johnson added, however, that this year's meeting would not come un der the new order of things. FLKS THEATEI December 9 JOHN C. FISHER l'KKsKXTS The Greatest Musical Ccmedy Success Since His "Florodora" H.V Harry H. and ISob'l. H. Smith. -Music by Uobert Hood Mowers. IMivct from the (.1.01.1: tii i:tku, x. v. Immense Company, 24-Musical Numbers, Wonderful Paris ian Costumes, Stunning Chorus and Ballet-Scenic Novelties ' si-:.!-: "THE STUDENTS GLIDE" Prices, $1,'$ 1.50 anil $2 Seats on Sale at Matson's RACE RESULTS. At Juarez. Juarei. Mexico. Dec. 2. The han dicap, six furlongs,' resulted in a blanket finish between Key Hindoo. Winning Widow and Oxer. V inning Widow made the pace to the stretch, but liey .Hindoo out-gamed her at the end. The stewards set J. Calla han down for five davs for-Tongh rid ing. Results: First race, five furlongs: Moralight. to 1, won; Lake Tahoe. 6 to 1. sec ond; ttrack fronts, 15 to 1 Time 1:03 4-5. Second race, seven furlongs: feran, 4 to 1, won; Zulu, 8 to ond; Roseworth, 7 to 1, third. third. Allen 5. sec Time 1:30 2-5. Third race, seven furlongs: Hannls, 7 to 5, won; Gelieo, 8 to 1, second: Harney Oldiield, 12 to 1, third. Time 1:29 3-5. Fourth race,, six furlongs: Key Hitulo, 5 to 1, won; Winning Widow, 3 to 5, second: Oxer, 12 to 1, third. Time 1:15 3-5. Fifth race, five furlongs: Krror, 9 to 1, won; Skillttte, 3 to 1, second; Robert, t 2, third. Time i:hj. Sixth race, seven furlongs: Frog, 5 to 1, won; Anne Mctiee, 10 to 1, sec ond; Rumple, 8 to 1, third. Time 1:29 2-5. Tomot row's entries arc ns follows: First race, selling, 2-year-olds, five and a half furlongs: Sam Connor, lu2; Masalo, 104: McAlan. Marzo. 105; W. H. Ford, 108; Xidon. 109; Rredwell, Callsee, John Heck, Tourist, 110; Greut Friar, 112. Second race.- selling, fillies and marcs, six furlongs: Palronia. x, 102; San Rernito, Startler, Malsmnd, 110; Flying Footsteps, Marie Hyde, Chan ticleer, 107; Lady .VuoV, 10S; Med dling Hannah, Lena Lech, 'llO. Third race, purse, six furlongs: Pin kolu, Dangerous March, 105; Arasee, 105: Ilnrrlgnn, 112. Fourth race, selling six furlongs: P.utter Hall, Henry Walbank Ineir'un, 104; Salall, 10S; Hidden Hand, 109; Rosamo, 112; Black Mute, Annual In terest, 113. Fifth race, selling, six furlongs: Tommy Twig, 107: Hoann, 108; Sir Angus, John H. Sheeban, Carrteo, 109; Florence A., Kid North, 110; Judge Henderson, 112; High Range, 114. Sixth race, selling, one mile ond a furlong: Miss Horn, Llthogene, 93; Pipe Vision, 1)7: Dutch Rock. 100: (lunston, Round and Round, Ocean Queen, 1C2; Juan, Jim Cafferata, 106. x Apprentice allowance. At Columbia. Columbia, S. C, Dec. 2. A large crowd witnessed the running of a well-balanced card here this after noon. The first five favorites were rueeessful and although held at short prices, the layers were hard hit on the day. Results: First race, five furlongs: Fanny, wpn; Luck Fish, second; Deduction, third. Time 1:03 1-5. Second race, five furlongs: Richard Reed, won; Top Note, second; Casque, third. Time 1:01 1-5. Third race, five furlongs: Sure Get, won; Sabo Blend, second; Kirona. third. Time 1:02. Fourth race, five furlongs: Star board, won; Wilfred Girder, second; Tom Shaw, third.. Time 1:02 2-5. Fifth race, seven furlongs: Iva Hell won; Cat, second; Sticker Out, third. Time 1:29 1-5. Sixth race, mile and a sixteenth: Eddie Graney, won; Animus, second; Warner Grlswell, third. Time 1:51. G0TCH MEETS ENGLISH CHAMPION DECEMBER 27 IN KANSAS CITY Kansas City, Deo. 2. Alec Munro, the Hritish wrestling champion, to day accepted the offer of Frank I Uotch, International title holder, of n match for the world's championship to he held In this city on the night of December 27.- In a letter to the Mis souri Athletic club, which arranged the match, Gotch announced that with ths bout he would retire from the mat. Munro sailed for America today. Munro's acceptance, which came by cahle, follows Gotch's announcement a week ago thnt he was willing' to meet the Englishman nt any time be fore January 6. Gotch's contract was received at the club today. The club guarantees SO,000 of which Ii5 per rent goes to the winner. The match will lie to a finish, catch-ns-catch-can and will be held In Convention hall. chip OiithoxcM Drown. Pittsburg, Dec. 2. George Chip, of Madison, I'd., a coal miner, and George (Knockout) Iirown. of Chica go, fought six rounds here tonight before the American Athletic club. No decision from the rltisr is per missible here, but according; to pop ular opinion, Chip had the better of the bout. In the second round Chip opened an ugly gush under Drowns' right eye. FREETifOM I At today's matinee a fine talking doll will be given to some little girl and a watch to a little boy. For the small sum of 10 cents the Orpheum Is giving a show this week that is liard to duplicate at the price. Three reels of fine pictures, a big beauty chorus, Illustrated song and the Oli verlo trio ci mpose the bill. You will have to go a long way to beat it. In addition the Orpheum orchestra of four pieces discourses beautiful mu sic throughout each performance. Visit the orpheum today. HIT I ODAY ' I Washington, Dec. 2. Official ile- "I am pleased to recommend nai Wtts made todsy by Secretary Chnmberlatn's Cough Remedy as the Meyer that the boar,) Inspecting th best thing I know of. and Safest reme- wreck of the battleship Maine In J la oesi iiiuife i n i.rnm bl-il i vana hfirbt r was ordered on the eve ay for coughs, colds and bronchial M (1(ipttrture f()r lh Unt(ld H,att,, trouble," writes Mrs. L. h. Arnold oi . retna)n , jiav.anii. Secretary Meyer Denver, Colo. "We nave useu u re peatedly and It has never failed to give relief." For sale bj' all dealers. Excitement in Teheran Intense Over Advance of Czar's Troops; Death Or Indepen dence Is Cry. lUr Mornlnc Journal Special I.eaurd Wlrl Teheran, lec. 2. Persia is in .. ferment over the warlike action of Russia and the excitement In the cap ital today was intense at the news of the Russian advance on the city. Placards were posted, proclaiming "Death or Independence," both on the walls of the city and on the lcga- tiens. Thousands of persons forme:! In procession and marched past th legations. To add to the excitement two prominent politicians were assas sinated. Persia's reply to Russia's ultimatum Is calm. It gives the reasons for the .rejection of Russia's demands and Invites the Russian government to examine into the facts more closely and then formulate her demands. Messages from the provinces assure the Persian government of unlimited support. A general boycott on Rus sian goods has commenced and the people are preventing the use of Rus sian tramways. M. Leedfl're, whose appointment was emplojed as an argument against W. Morgan Sinis ter was not appointed by Mr. Shus 'ter, hut has been In the Persian northern service for two years. Mr. Sinister merely transferred him to a new post at Tabriz. The treasurer-general has decided to dispense with the services of lirit ish officials appointed by lilin in northern Persia, with the exception of one man, who has a contract ap proved by the national council. In an interview today Mr. Shustet said; "Sir Edward Grey, the British for eign secretary, accuses me of endeav oring to Anglicize the Persian serv ice. This is absolutely false." It In true that I am seeking employes fa mlller with modern accounting and with a knowledge of the Persian lan quage artd customs. 1 have found several Rrltlshers who were available) -and also two Relglans now in the service. Had airy Russians possessing the necessary qualifications presented themselves, I should gladly have en gaged them.'' E Judge Passes Sentence on Convicted Murderers, Setting Execution Day for December 22; Prisoners Break Down- (Br Morning Journal Special Ienil Wlr.l Chicago, Dec. 2. Four men were sentence today to be "hanged by the neck until dead," on December. 22, and fia they were marched hack to he cells they gave expression to the first realization of the measure of punishment to be dealt out to them for the murder, October 20, of Fred W. Uueslow, Jr., a truck farm er. The four are Phillip Sommertlngi Ewalj and Frank Shlbuwski and Thomas Kchultz. All except Sommcrling, told the r"ll,'t their previous admissions of participation in tne murder, wnicn was the most brutal in Cook county, were Incorrect and that they had not received a fair trial. Leo Suchom ski and Frank Klta, each sixteen years old, were sentenced to life Im prisonment for their part in the mur der. The fatal expression of "hanged ty the neck until dead'' broke the sir of confidence and Indifference thai the nrlsoners had worn since the trial ! started. A defiant air save wav to sobs when the men were sentenced. The court before passing sentence said that the parents and not the defendants were to blame for the erection in the Cook county jail of a heavy oaken beam from which the sentence will be carried out. "The responslhllity"of every child Is upon some father or mother," said the court. "Today, ns these six boys stand In this court room, In the homos from which they came Is the deepest and most profound and heartrending sadness. Let this be a warning to "very parent, lest some day after his child has been on trial for his life some Judge grudgingly must say as 1 now say to these prisoners, 'May God have rm-rcy on your souls.' " $400,000 BLAZE AT G0LDFIELD, NEVADA GnldfMd, Nov., Dec, 2. Fire orig inating In the mill of the Florence Goldfleld Mining company tonight, destroyed the mill anil surrounding buildings. ' - The loss is estimated to be close to $400,000. An explosion of oil in the refinery cHUsed the fire anil no water was uvuilahle. It Is understood there wua no insurance. The men working underground escaped. Rills Clicw Vp S2,5fiS. Washington, Doe, 2. The lire sav ings of Jack Simpson of Altken, Minn, amounting to $2,505, securely hidden Irom burglars, were red deed tc rags hy hungry rats and In n leiter to rha treasury department Simpson iippeu' ed for reimbursement for the frag ments of the bills. Meyer Issues Denial. ' said the hoard would leave Havana on December 4 nnd would arrive here en December 15. AVE UADRUPL HANGING Collier Succeeds U. S. Grant as Head of Panama-California Exposition; New Incum bent Hustler, ISprrtal Corrw-ptHnlenr. to Murainf Journal) , San Diego, Cal., Dec. 1. David Charles Collier, who Ins been direc tor general of the Panama-California international Kxposltii n since the or ganisation of that protect, has been elected president lo succeed U. S. Grant, Jr., who takes the chairmur. ship of the board of directors. In electing Collier president, the board of directors had two things in mind. s-eurinir at the head of the en terprise a man of Indefatigable Indus try, national acquaintance and posi tive genius for organization and for enlisting the support of elements that will make for the greutest suc cess of the exposition; also, placing him In the same position as the presi dents of similar enterprises. Collier is comparatively a young man. He has served the expositloi ever since It started in 1909 without salary or expense account of any kind. He has acquired wealth and declares it Is his ambition to see San Diego a city of 150,0(1) and the Pana ina-Callfornia International Exposl tion the most beautiful and unlquJ exposition ever built. It is due to his driving energy anil enthusiusm thut the exposition is so far advanved. Actual construction of the exposl lion has begun. President Collier has announced that, owing to the equable an, mild climate ot San Diego,-tht exposition will be opctie, January 1, 1915, the day the president of the I'nited States declares the Panama Ctinal open, and will be kept open the entire year, closing December 31, 191 at midnight. Over $2,500,000 has been 'subscribed toward the preliminary ex penso of the exposition and Is estl mated that $7,000,000 will be spent upon It. President Collier Is now in Wash ington seeking the pas.sagp of a reso lution through the Cnlte,) States sen ate empowering the president of the I'nited States to Invite the participa tion of the Latin-American republic at the Panama-California Internatlon al Exposition. The house already hat passed the resolution. . "I do not believe there is any oth . medicine so good for whoopln cough as Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy," writes Mrs. Francis Turpli Junction City, Ore. This remedy I also unsurpassed for colds pnd croui For sale by all dealers. v4-4 i i I Motorcycle Notes I The Terre Haute Motorcycle club has already made plans for a 100-mile lace to be held next June. Joe Thompson, Frank Thompson and Lloyd Wolf of Frankfort, lnd., recently started on a motorcycle trip to Jacksonville, Flu., and Cuba. Th three riders may return by way of Mexico. C. C. Mecum has been appointed F. A. M. commissioner for Spokane, Wash., by Statu Commissioner J. F. Gorman. 'A Mlltonvale, Kan., minister, the Rev. R. J. Matlngly, was the prime mover in that city recently, organiz ing a motoicycle club. Motorcycle riders In Columbus, O. have organized a bowling league ano expect to conduct a series of garnet during the winter. Motorcycle pioneers in the United States, who recently received foun tiers cards from Secretary-Treasurei G. B. GlbBon of the Federation ol American Motorcyclists, are now re ceiving suggestions from him for spe cial watch fobs or pins bearing the word "Founder," During 1903-1904 a few hundred motorcycle riders or ganized the F. A. M., and those who continued their affiliation with thi organization have been termed "founders" and given special mem bership cards. The bars are now down between the United States and Canada ns fai as the motorcyclists are concerned. according to an announcement by Dr. Thornlcy of the F. A. M. competition committee. According to the new ruling of the committee American racers can compete In Canadian race meets conducted by affiliated clubs provided the races are held under F A. M. rules. The same arrangement hiisNjUso been made for Canadian V A. AL mntorrycillst who wish ti compete In motorcycle races In thlt country. Still llittinji Open Murricr. The list of motorcycle riders con demning the muffler "cut out" lr growing larger each day. Following the action of the Federation of Am erican Motorcyclists In placing a "ban" on Its use, clubs throughout the country have been passing string ent resolutions. , . Clubs at Erie, Pn., Sallna, Kan., and Lculsville, Ky., recently Joined th.) rank of silent riders by sanctioning resolutions against the use of the open muffler. The F.rie club lntemV' to fine a member $10 for using th "cut out'' upon the first offense and intends to dismiss a member found guilty the second time. Sullna, Kan., riders and members of tho Louisville club will reprimand upon the first offense and the form er will assess a fine If the rider use the "cut out" (n a roHd when ap proaching horses. William Tciuplclofi Dead. Greenwich, Conn., Dec, 2. William J. Templelon died at Greenwich general hospital today of acute heart trouble. Templeton represented Mexico ss consul general in Scotland and re cently was recalled to Mexico to tako the oath of slllegimce to the new gov ernment. This he declined to do and left that country for Havana, The change brought on heart trou ble end about six weeks ago he was Irought here. Gas De- spite Prediction of Exhaus tion in Three Years. (Siwolal rormpondeiMw M.irainf J.Minul Tuls.1. uuia., tn-c. . Practically ihe entire population of the oil and as fields ot Oklahoma Is discussing the reient statement of Prof. Ha worth, state geologist of Kansas, who attempts to show that the natural g:is uipply of Oklahoma and Kansas is .'ast dwindling away, that less than I3.000.uiio ,;tjy r,.r, Ilmv exis() i( Oklahoma, and that within three icars. t ) i cheap natural fuel which is I low en joyed by the residents of thi I leal, win be an unknown quantity. oil and gas men, business men and ithers who have studied the subject, lalm that llauorth's statement is not true; and that the extent of the n.a 1eld Is only Just now being realized. against n.iworths report thev cite he recent report of Prof. Goulcl, state s'eologist of Oklahoma, who, after six vears' careful study and personal In vestigation slates thut the Oklahoma tun field Is widening every month and hat new pools will be found twen-y-tlve years hence. He points out hat from Potion City to Porum, and 'rom the Kansas line south to the 'anadian river. practically fifteen housand square miles, Is proven gas errltory; and that not one-fiftieth ot he gas production of the state has ,et been developed. The annual report for 1910, made )' II. C. James, of Independence, Kan., shows that 201 gas wells drilled luring the year, and on December list the daily gas production of Oklu loma was 1,225.000,000 feet. This Is nore than thirty times the estimate f Prof, llaworth. One single Okla homa Gas company has shut in and leld as reserve between live and si uuidred million feet of gas within wenty-llve miles of this city. As showing how lame Is Hn vorth's report, well Informed men call ittcntlon to the fact that almost dur ng the time he whs bust preparing lis report, the daily producing capac ty of new wells has added not less han 60.000,000 feet a day to the tvallable gas supply of the state, , Five of these wells alone produce iver 4 3.Ooa,000 feet of gas a day. i'hese tive Immense gitssers are locat ed as follows; s Gladys-lielle well on section Ifi.lR 13; Old Hickory oil company, Mytrle )oye allotment, section 21-13-14, 15, 100,000 feet at a depth of 1530 feet: 01 Ranch oil company, In township !B, range 2, near Ponea City, 6,000, 100 feet of gas at 650 , feet depth; Tohn Dwyer of Tulsa, 5,000,000 gas ier near Lenapah; and Kronen coin uiny, on the Carl Harris bind In Del iware field, 5.000,000 feet of gas. There are several other smaller wells. Experienced gas men cull attention :o the fact that, while eastern Holds isually have but one producing sand, tore In Oklahoma usually two and requently four producing sands are ound In a well. They are absolutely onfldent that the natural gas supply of Oklahoma Is good for forty or fifty .ears, and some men say for it much onger period of time. FEARED HANGING (Continued From Pago 1.) he result of the developmenti) ut Lou ngeles. mons siiorr.D ih: . CALM SAVS GALL AGIIKH. San Francisco, Dee. 2. "Labor or larilsutlons of San Francisco, as rep. esented by the central body, the jiibor Council, will take no official u-tlun concerning the McNamura ase until next Friday," said Andrew !. Gallagher, secretary of that or ganization, tonight, "organized labor n San Francisco and In all Call for da, as well," continued Mr. Gallagh r, who Is one of the foremost labor eadci-is In (he state, "Is stunned by he unexpected outcome of the Mo S'amnra trial. We have to hear the runt of this unfortunate affair, our onfldetice has been cruelly betrayed; ut we are going to be putletit and ve shall not run Into publicity by the esolntlon route. "1 am opposed to published Inten lons to Inaugurate a movement o ielp the families of those whose Ives were lost In the Los Angeles 'Imes disaster, by the money left in .he McNiirnara defense fund. To do u would be an admission on the part f organized labor that It Shares with he MoNamnras liie guilt nnd th osponslbllity for that affair. 1 would end my Influence, however, toward alslng a new fund for the specific lurposo of affording roller to tho amllles of tho victims In question, hough organized labor was in no vay responsible for the crime which lepilved them of their bread-win ners. Kxprt-Hslng his opinion of the inlons that had adopted resolutions demanding the extreme penalties for he MOiauuirns, Secretary Gallagher said: Such action Is not based on calm ludgmenl. Many of these unions who ire so energetic In coming to the fore it this time were correspondingly ilow In contributing funds to defend ho men, who, until they confessed. vere believed to be victims of a mli llreetod prosecution." lltAXD WIH'l LOCK CALLS IT SKKIAI.MI SHOCK. Toledo, ., Dec. 2 "The announce nerit that the McNn morns have con- 'onseil their guilt Is u sickening moral hock to those who had believed In heir innocence," declared Mayor trand VVhltlock today. "I have time now only to point out hat their desperate and cruel crime as based on an old error, the. funda nental error of thinking there i.rs Ireumstanees which Justify force, jrtitnllty and violence. 'There Is no more good In dyna iilte than there Is In Plnkurton bul lets for Inst a nee; no more good in UH-auslnation than there Is In hang- Declared That Natural Field Is Inexhaustable M NAAIARAS CONFESSED AT ANY PRICE. ONE-HALF OF OUR JEWELRY STORE MUST BE VACATED BY JAN. 1 5. VANN & SON v Jewerly, Watches Diamonds and Silverware 212 West Central Avenue. Inpi, and no difference between .hem: they are all the same." mm; iio mi: W ANT MONF.Y HACK Kutte. Mont.. Dec. 2. Cnlon labor sentiment in Kutte towards the Mo Namuras now Is as bitter as It was devoted when labor from organised and private sources contributed $25, 000 to the defense fund. Demands for the return of th(. unexpended part of the fond and for the extreme pen alty against the dynamiters are beatfl from all sides. Some otilclal expression may be given these demands at a meeting ol lubor and trades assembly tomorrow, GOMPLKS ;vr CAPITAL ITX1S1IMI.NT New York, Dec, 2. "I am not a hound; 1 am not u hound; 1 do not seek human life In punishment for any crime." This was the angry exclamation of Samuel Gompcrs tonight on his re turn from Troy, when showed a dis patch from Spokane, saying the Cen tral Labor Council of that city Is planning a country-wide movement to obtain tho maximum penalty for the Los Angeles dynamiters. "I do not believe In capital punish ment under any circumstances," be continued. "I do not believe the slate has a right to take human li.e. This Is a very unwise movement. 1 am against It. It Is like the populace In the Roman arena demanding with Us thumbs down that the victorious gladiator plunge the sword Into his victim. I do not believe In 'thumbs down" for these or any other men." "What punishment do you think should be meted out to them?" the labor leader was asked. "Suppose we lot the Judge decide that. I am content to leave it with him," was the reply. ".'Ins the American Federation of Labor any ntithorltyover the Central Labor Council of Spokane?" "They are atl'lllated with us, but we have no authority over thorn. They hv a right to do lis they please so loiiir aB they obey the law. 1 can only say that this Is a very unwise movement, u nilnllrected effort and 1 am not In sympathy with It," Mr. Gompcrs also was shown dls patcheH saying the federal Investiga tion in Indianapolis Into delimiting cases proceeds and asked If he thought there was any possibility of olYlclitls of the American Federation of Labor being Involved. "Let them go iihead; li t them go us high as they like," he suld. "If there are other men above or below in this case, the federal Investigation ought to disclose t belli. The federal Inves tigation should go on. If then; wiib anybody behind these nun their Identity ought to be known. Personally I ciiiinot conceive of where they got their money to perpetrate their oul rages. I cannot dream who was be hind .them." "It has been said that the McNit murns pleaded guilty to protect other persons," Mr. (Jumpers was told. "I do not know anything about that. I have received m, communi cation from Los Angeles since the Joint telegram from the McNamiuas thanking me for Ihe support of the American Federation of Labor. If there Is anybody that needs to be pro tected I don't know of It." t Mr. Gompcrs expects to remain here until Monday night and then to leave for Washington. PROSPERITY -til meet you half way If you r Intorce your energies at Faywood Hot Springs It cures, and you remain oared, we know, and you will If you try It. Conceded the greatest kidney water on earth, Why net visit Fayvood Hot Rprlttgs first, since you will event ually go there anyway. I.arg modern hotel. Perfec) cli mate. Booklet. T. 0. McOermott "The Fajwo-xt" Fayuood. N. M. Ml FRENCH FEIKALE APILLS. A ft, VswrttM Riiikv tat fcw ur-MD llmrrinf nrm. ME7FR KNOWN TO FAIL. i ' I ft)tli (iiiiiriM-ttd r JKmiff KrfBfuJfi. WmH riiai( ; brll.iHlis.1 tsa. Will win! Uintitiii tr-ftl, in rm i.ftl-l foe : Whtn rriitrTH. Hmf)ln Vtm. I r 71ml tlfutftftat dM m buv (liDin fBil yuuf tirtirra ii inn I UNITKP MCOICALCO., PON T4, lHOTtn, P. S4(J In Allnif iht(ii( Iy (lie J. O'Kiclly Co. Mogollon Stage and Auto Line daily i:xcr:iT si nday. Leave Silver City, 7 a. tn. Arrive MoKollon, 4 p. m. Leave MoKollon, 7 a. m. Arrive Sliver City, 4 p. m. Kioelnl cars on request. Call or address 0. V. Marriott, I'rop. Silver City, N. M. ALBUQUERQUE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS Engineers Founder. Mi.cldnlts Cast ings, PumptiiK Plants. Repair Work. Sed for ohllniatrs. Albuquerque, N. M. E. Le Roy Yott Teacher of Violin, Harmony and Countei point, stadia room 3. liar nett Kulldlug. Telephone liHl J. I'. (1. 1V 107. Semi .tour soiled clothes to The Duke City Cleanen, tilo WKST (.OLD AVIu The most up-to-dat. ciBati.,,, plant In New Mexico Outside Orders Solicited. TUB IUG11T STEP TO TAKE) Is the one pointing In the direction of this store. Rn ad from this bakery Isn't like the ordinary baker's bread. It doesn't dry up In a little while and be fit only for toast. Our bread stay fresh and moist as long as the beat home made bread. Try a loaf for a test PIONEER BAKERY 207 South First Street iReliovea CATARRH tho BLADDER- ana an mform I 24HOUR5! Utah Mp-tnto beam tbt IWfif of fMmv5 'r Hold h, 1 1 drtfut4 j vvvvvvvvvvvvW Svvvwvvvvr i ATE NTS Product Fortunes Kl.t.S Jr imd-nta. Ifcmk pn I'litentrt. " Hint it U inventon.." Inventions N.H-tJtxJ. "Wliv Son. Inventory fail. All wnt Ftw Hiw.nl lUtrnif pommM-huv hi, tnotir -jwn limits, Sr,d rrttih ktitch or mixldl tor ftfturt'h vf Patent OllH-rt nt-onl. Ii'iciii mnvMoniAllvon In M) CitU and Tnwnu. Our Mr, (Irvjky wiu fnrnHM'ly A'ti"f Commto- b wrier of I'nt 'nin mil nn mm h hm fuirrhanrn ut U. H. 1'nf.mi'. IMtit'e. Ki.K! FY A rV1- N J I Kl:, ilium i i.iomtjyst Wuittiinutmi, U. Ci CHICHESTER S PILLS w yT. HIK IHVUONII IIRANIl. - !r.,l-l. A-M.-H 1.1.4 M.Tr n i jowr H L'fc. - IHrtlONT) ItltAMi IMI.lV f.r, UA SOIDBYDRL'fiGISTSLVtRYlVrllRE SI AriD HEALTH 0 KOTHEl AND CHILD ; 1 Wirfni.ow's B(m)Tiiino Bvscr ! lHfy idi-fov-t BIJ.TY VKAKShy MH.tJO.NS of 7iTMHI.S for ihur CHII.PKliN WHII.X V.lCnilNO, with l'KKFKCT MICCKM U HUUTH liH the C1HI.U, ol-TKNH the (.iPMHL AI.i.AVSnll PAIN; t'PKK IN!) COLI0, and b the twt tfi.iedy mr DIAjtKlUKA. It l a tciliili !v ha-.rnlr-i". Be snr nd k for "Mi, 'A'iiiilow Knolhlnft Kvmp," nnd Uk aa OUM iluU Iwcvlvfivs Ni a bottle BALDRI D G E LUMBER COMPANY Paints, Glass, Cement, Roofing and Builder's Supplies. i National Foundry & j Machine Co. General Foundry Work, ;; Iron and Brass Castings. : : 1 BABBITT METAL :: Albuquerque, New Mexico. : : i.184.108.40.206iH4tilH44 Results From Journal Want Ada v n m bib is, k - j rsr SO J l adlrol Auk iur lrtiMU fi Sl HIL In II. II .n.l ill4 n.rulik V l.r,, t.,1,,1 uh iiia nn.ii.in.