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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12. 1911.
THREE SPUR 151 iHN PARTY FUST ftTSI.JOl'5 Trans -.Continental Tourists Come to Grief in Arizona; Local Men Goto Good Roads Meet. Word was received here ycsterdey that the Wlntun party of trrnaconti nental automobile tourists which left here tome time ago is stranded at St. John's Ariz., for an InJefmite stay amlnd the attractive scenorv of that pectlon. The machine broke in two at that polnti it la reported, and por tions of it had to he shipped east, pending the return of which the mem bers of the party will enjoy the ample Arizona ozone. Iionps tl Few (Jims. Harry Drumm, pathfinder, is in dustriously seeking two shotguns which climbed out of his Staver roadster n Mr. lirumm has too high an opinion of the population here to believe that they were purloined. One Is a double-barrel L. C. Smith gun with a leather case bearing the name of Mrs. C, M. Wilkinson and the other is a single barrel Steven a gun, which disappeared somewhere between the city and Jones' place on the mesa. Mr. Drumm will appreciate their return. Drum in, who leaves In the near fu ture, to complete his trip to the roust, lias progressed rapidly with his road mapping and among; other things has laid out n feasible and the best route t0 El Paso. Sellers and Sillier to Fpoolt. State Engineer C. D. Miller of New Mexico and President D. K. B. Sellers uf the New Mexico Automobile asso ciation, will attend the good roads congress to be held In Phoenix, Ariz., December 20, Both New Mexicans will address the congress on road problems. At this meeting the matter of com pleting the trans-Arlaona road to connect with an equally good high way across New Mexico and the co rperatiori of the two states lh the work will he discussed. Police Stop Hoxlng Bout. Kansas City, Dec. 11. The ten round boxing contest between Young Togo and Chaikey German, scheduled to take place here tonigTit, was called off because of police Interference. This was to have been the opening of the new Missouri Valley Athletic club. Young Togo will leave for New York tomorrow where he fights Jay Daly on New Years' day. Governor Stops Prlase Flslit.' Jefferson City, Mo., Dec. 11. Gov ernor lladley today ordered the au thorities at Nevada, Mo., to stop a prize fight advertised to be held there tonight. According" to the governor the fighters were to receive a prize. "Prize fighting, under the guise of boxing matches, muBt be stopped,'' said the governor. WOMAN ATTENDING BASEBALL CONFAB New York, Dec. 11. For the first time in the history of organized baseball, so far as known, a woman is to attend a major league meeting. The woman to achieve this distinction is Mrs. Helene Hathaway Hritton, owner of the St. Louis National league base ball cluh, who Is here to attend the annual meeting of the National league directors' meeting tomorrow. "Are you going to vote and take part in the meeting?" Mrs. Brltton was asked. "Oh, dear, no," she answered. "Mr. Stelninger, the president of the club, will do all the talking for us, Just as Mr. Bresnahan takes charge of the players." Mogollon Stage and Auto Line DAILY EXCICPT SUNDAY Leave Silver City, 7 a. m. Arrive Mogollon, 4 p. m. Leave Mogollon, 7 a. m. Arrive Silver City, 4 p. m. Special cars on request. Call or address C. W. Marriott, Proo Silver City. N. M. SPEAKING WITH THE AUTHORITY of experience we unhesitatingly de clare that children thrive wonderfully on our bread and rolls. It la simply astonishing the amount of nutriment they derive from them. They like It, too. Even take our bread In prefer ence to ordinary cake. It must be pretty good to attain that result. Have ua deliver you a fresh loaf or two every day for a week. Then you will want It right along. . PIONEER BAKERY 207 South First Strct t RACE RESULTS. At Columbia. Columbia, s. c. Dee. 11. Only an ordinary card was offered in today's races, but a large crowd was In at tendance. The talent kept up Its on .sUught on the layers, four heavily nacited ravorltes winning. Seneca 11. won the feature In ensv fashion Jockey J. Williams was suspended In. definitely by the Judges Vor Indiffer ent ridiiijj last week. Results: First race, five furlongs: Nello, won; Silas Grump, second; Excaliber, third. Time 1:07 2-5. Second race, five furlongs: Carroll won; Saboknd, second; V. Towers third. Time I:0J. Third race, seven furlongs: Ells Rryson, won; Cuhon, second; Camel "third. Time 1:27. Fourth race, six furlongs: Lewis wo; Judge Howell, secod; Luck) Wish, third. Time 1:14 1-5. Fifth race, mile: Muff won: Olilo second; Irish Kid, third. Time 1:40 1-5. Sixth race, five and a half fur longs: Seneca II. won; Kugle Bird second; Pajarlto, third. Time 1:08 1-!. CROSS-CONTINENT STRAIGHT LINt "A Straight Line Across the Contl nelil" is the title of a handsome eight page circular issued by the Frisco Hues, showing the daily new nnd su perior service between Los Angelet and San Francisco on the West and St. Louis, Memphis and lilrmlnghan on the east, Inaugurated by the Santi. Fe lines on Nevembcr 12, in connec tion with the Frisco lines, using tin Santa Fe lines via Albuquerque, He len, Clovis and Amarlllo to Wuy.mka Oklu., thence Frisco lines to the eas' and southeast. It is Just such service which will beet rerve Calliornla, Ari zona and New Mexico Inhabitants or their trips east and will assist largel: In the Immigration movement to the new states, and ulso thoroughly serve the tourist. It la a brand new low attitude route to the east and southeast, over 8 thoroughly ballasted line and Willi be appreciated by passengers who find the higher altitudes disagreeable. The equipment In this service If modern In every particular; coachei with hlg roomy seats, perfect ventila tion and electric lights. Standard Pull man sleeping cars with Individual electric berth lights and electric tans. Tourist sleeping cars of latest pat lern with electric lights and all meals are served by Fred Harvey and we o' the west know that means, 'the best.'" - The line pitw.es through aome of the finest portions of Oklahoma and Mis sourl and is going to be Just what if needed to attract travel to New Mexi co and Arizona. Up to 1 o'Clock This Mornin But One Team of Fifteen En tered Had Retired From Six Day Race; Pace is Fast. New York, Dec. 11. Pedalllnr steadily, something more than flvi miles behind the record, fifteen team: of bicycle riders, thirteen of them ot even terms, last night completed ttv first twenty-four hours of their six day grind in the annual race ut Madl son Square Garden. Two of the teamt Hyan und Cavanaugh, and Wiley an Galvin, were lapped yesterdav durln a forenoon sprint. Af'ide from th l.lv... Ihnt 1,1-nkp the Btnilgh out tie umong the contestants, the da was one of little Incident. About midnight, In a long erle of sprints started by Palmer, twt tennis were lapped, one of them being the Tliomaa-Hteln team, which hud been tied with the leaders. Ttynn and Cavanaugh were lapped twice (luring the hard riding, their double loss put ting them three laps behind the dor en teams bunched in the lead. At 1 o'clock this morning, twelve teams were tied In the lead at 53b miles, three laps. Galvin and Wiley and Thomas and Stein had scored 63fi miles, two laps. The record of Ryan and Cavanaugh was posted at tha. hour as 531 miles and seven 1P"- At 12:44 o'clock the Kyan-Cavan-aueh team retired from the race. The record for the 24 hors is 540 miles, five laps, made last year. , i Dogs Try Out For Derby. Lethohatchie, Ala.. Dec. 11. TJje running of first heat of the derby marked the opening of the third an nual field trials of the Southern Field Trials club here today. Twenty dog? started, but because of dry cond Hons the work was pot up to standard and but six fiualined for the second heat to be run tomorrow. Jerinneltc Scores Knockout. Memphis, Tenn., Dec. II. Joe Jeannette of New York knocked out Young Jack Johnson of Boston in the fourth round of a scheduled eight round bout here tonight. it was Jeannette r fight from the art. In preliminary Bobby Hobldou of Memphis knocked out Kddie Menney of San Francisco after four rounds of fast fighting. Pittsburg Bout Haw Fake. . 7-. . TUa Unlit llfl- p ttsnurg, uec it. tween Eddie Haney of Buffalo and Buck Crouse of this city, was such a fizzle tonight that the referee order- ed Haney from me no ... ond round because apparently he . .h. lie was escorted rromQhelrlnghy thV police who took horn to the station to protect h in from an angry crowd. Crouse hi Haney at will hut the latter did not attempt to strike a Mow. BICYCLE RIDERS ARE 5 MILES BEHIND RECORD FJftTIDNAL BASEBRLURDSWELL EAGLESRAILROADS CGST CDMMISSlurj ASKS PUBLIC TO HELP President Says Efforts Are Be ing Made to Ascertain If There Was Collusion in Ticket Scandal, iBt Morning Journal Special Iswrt Wlr 1 New York. Dec. 11. The National Commission Dsued a statement to night inviting the public to prove If here were collusion between the NYw York National league clifb, or iny of its officials, and ticket scalp ers in the world's series last octo- er. So far. Chairman August Ilerr tiann said, the commission has spent $1,500 looking for evidence und was prepared to spend more. This was one of the several mat ers that kept te commission for six lours behind closed doors. Another natter discussed was gambling In oaseball pools, under which the mein ers placed a ban. To correct this nil, the commission adopted a reso ution recommending to the National ind American leagues that they do ill in their power to end that cus tom. It was also announced that the ommlssion will consult with the ostultice officials and their tistom ts looking to that end. It having been eported to the commissioners that everul newspapers and other perlml cals carried the pools "making It .eem like a lottery." The committee reported that It had eferred to President Lynch of the N'atlonal league and President John on of the American league the re uest of the Kastern league, the Faci le Coast league nnd the American ssoclniion. for higher ratines. Each lajor league will consider the qucs on at its meeting tomorrow. The ommlssion will receive their reports t its annual meeting In Cincinnati, anuary 3, and dispose of the matter hen. Incidentally the Eastern league leeting, a few blocks away, voted to hange its name to the International 'ague. In length of discussion the world ries ticket scandal overshadowed ;very other topic before the National 'ommlssion. When adjournment was lken Chairman Herrmann threw pen the doors to newspaper men and nade an oral statement: "Insofar as the investigation of the ale of tickets during the world ser s Is concerned," he said, "the com nlsslon has started a rigid Investl atlon. It has expended more than I, 600 and la i.rtpared to ind more, "he commission realizes that tickets 'ere In the hands of speculators both n New York and Philadelphia.; It also eallzes that the speculators sold these Ickets nt exorbitant prices. What e want to know is whether any one onnected with the New York club or he Philadelphia club was in collu lon with any speculator or speeulu ors, Wtr are anxious to nevure in ormatlon along that line. "If any newspaper has Information long this line or any Individual or ewspaper writer, the commission ould be glad to hear from them nd take the matter up with them, n the meantime, we are continuing ur investigation. We are in the nldst of It now and we are going to he bottom pf the matter." . - i Holler Won on Foul. Chicago, Dec. 11. Dr. Holler of eattle, wa thrown out of the ring nl'ht In a wrestling match with esse Pederson, after a fierce strug le in which hoth men showed tem er, and the referee gave the match Holler on a foul. 4. . ' Wolverton to Direct Highlander..'. New York, Dec. 11. Harry Wol- rton. who for two years has nian ged the Oakland, California club of ie Pacific Coast league, signed a ontract tonight with Frank J. Far- II, whereby Wolvcrton becomes lanager for the New York Amerl ans. in taking up the managerial reins f the local team, Wolverton suc "eds Hal Chase, who, it Is under ood will remain as llrst baseman. Huco Meet to Hun Its Course. Columbia, S. C, Dec. 11. Chief 'istlce Jones today granted a post onement of the hearing on the netl on for on Injunction against " the olumbla Hucing association, aimed ' stop the bookmaklng at the track mtll January 4. This will enable 'e meeting practically to run lis ngth, even though the racing nsso latlon la enjoined on that date. The leetlng was supposed to run to Jan lary 6. A 3 The two Murrays made a hit at tho . "irpheum last night in their cowboy ilnging and rope spinning act, while Leon and Virginia and the chorus, the Mbuquerqtie favorites, aroused the 'nthuflnsin of the good-sized Monday night audience. Hood pictures every 'Ight. Two shows nightly. All seats ten cents, ; Socialists Lost In Oregon. LaGrande, Ore., Dec. 11. Although odds of five to one were offered three weeks ago that the socialist candidate for mayor would be. elected at tho municipal election today, the entire socialist ticket with the exception of one alderman went down to defeat. Th defeat of the socialist ticket Is assigned largely to revulsion of feel ing caused by 'tho sturtllng develop ments in the MeNaniara case at Los Angeles, . s CHICAGO BEAUTIFUL PLAN UNDER WAY Chicago, Dec. 11. A development of the "Chicago beautiful" plan whim will give the city an outer driveway along Its whole lake shore, and will bring about the erection of a new passenger station by the Illinois Cen ral railroad to cost 110,000,000, was made certain tonight when the city council adopted resolutions providing for the plan, and thy, agreement was signed by the mayor, by the South Park board, along whose land the driveway will run, and by official of the railroad company. HUH NOVELTY ACT AHIT T L E Two-Story Building to Be Erected For Ise As Club Rooms and Hall; Other News Notes, (ic'-Uil f rr.)rr Murnint Journal Kofwell. N. M., Dec. 11. A two story brick building, the second story of w'hlch will be made Into club rooms and lodge hall is to be built by the Hotwell aerie of Ragles. This decis ion was reached at a meeting today. The new club house will stand at 110 West First street, the present site of Eaele's hall, which will be sold. At todays' meeting the following officers were elected for the coming year: J. S. Lea, past Worthy president; J. L, McDole, chaplain; F. A. Mueller, secretary: Fred Carstensen, treasurer: Adolph Vetter, Inner guard; Fred llurkstaller, vice president; outer guard: J. S. Lea. F. I!. Fasten and 1.. J. Destree, trustees; K. M. Fisher, physician. (..".n.OOO Addition to Hospital. Adding more rooms than now are provided an addition .costing 1 30.000 is to be built to t-'t. Mary s hospital this winter. The addition will consist of three stories and basement, will have a 75 foot frontage and will be wide enough to provide two rows of rooms with a hall between on each floor. Thla la practically the slie of the present building, but office, op erating, cooking, laundry and ser vice rooms will not be needed In the addition. Patients from all over the Pecos valley nr housed In the Uos pltal, which la too small to rill the demand. An outside building Is used for all tubercular patients, cam Tofcr l ined $:. Fifty dollar and costs was the fine assessed against Antonio Nelto in court this morning after the defend ant had pleaded guilty to gun toting. Alleged Bootlegger .rroteL Ernest Fry and Sherman Kvans, the latter a negro, were arrested last night on the charge ofbootlecglng. They will b given hearings later. IN FREIGHT RATES Independent Steel Manufactur ers Charge That Roads Own ed ByTrust Granted Rebates to Parent Corporations. . Washington, Dec. 1! independ ent ateel manufacturers today aired before the house "steel trust" Invest igating committee complalntsn that the freight rates charged by railroads owned by the United States Steel corporation discriminated In favor of that concern. F. C. Balrd. freight traffic mana ger of the Bessemer and Ijike Erie "railroad, and George D. Dixon, freight Ira'ff'e manager of the Pennsylvania railroad, were witnesses. The latter declared that Charles M, Schwab, president of the Bethlehem Steel com pany, had complained against dis criminatory rates and had threatened to build a terminal railroad to over come shipping disadvantages, tyr. Balrd testified that in the Pittsburg district the rates were fixed In con ference. Mr. Dixon said the Cambria Pled company, the Bethlehem company Hnd others had complained of the division of the freight rates In the district. , "IVfr. Schwab of the Bethlehem company," said Mr. Dixon, "was formerly president of the Fnlted States Steel corporation and knows nil about how these rates are made. He wants the same thing for Bethle hem." Representative Peall asked Mr. Dixon about changes made In the rates by agreements and the witness es anh'wered that to get business they were forced to meet "competitive figures." Figures were submitted ' from ihc interstate commerce commission showing that the Bessemer and I-nke Erie railrorijl, capitalised at $500,000, with an operating revenue of I7.S00, 000 nnd a net Income of Jl, 600, 000, declared an annutil dividend of 83 per cent on Its capital stock. Mr. Balrd explained that this rail road, only eight and n half miles long, operated under a lease, tin Pittsburg, Bessemer and Lake Frlc railroad, a little more than 200 miles In length. The Bessemer snd Lake Erie railroad received 20 centa a ton out of a total charge of 96 ccntu a ion on ore from Cnneant to Pitts burg, The twenty-six cents covere.i (he haul for only eight and a half miles of the total of 214 miles. BEEF PRICES WILL NEVER BE CHEAPER Denver, Dec. 11. At n farewell banouet tendered tonight by one hun dred members of the American Na tional Live Stock association to their retiring president, Murdo Mackenzie, who leaves soon for Brazil, John W. Sprln:;er of this city, a former presi dent, was roundly cheered when In the course of a peech he said that the rre o' beef wnnld ne'er lie any less In the Fnlted States. In support of his statement Mr. Springer hsld that the last census showed thnt the number of cp'le was seven per eent Ins. than In the crisus of 1800, and that In the meontlme the number of beef eutors had increased 21 per cent. . .. Dr. Flint's Condition Serious. Colombo. Ceylon. Dec. U The con. dltlon of Dr. Charles W. Kllot. preM dent emeritus of Harvard university, I who was operated upon for nppendl I clt In p ' days ago, Is still consid ered BCI'lOUH, WILL GQNSTRUG DDGE Hi D ISCfllMINATION 1 ALLEGED MORETO OPERATE THAN FORMERLY Expenses of Santa Fe Double and Treble Those of Fifteen Years Ago Despite Econo mies Practiced. According to President Ripley o." the Santa Fe railway, the railroads pnv nearly twice as much for the maintenance 01 way and structures now as they putd fifteen years ago, and three times as much for the maintenance of eUipmmt. Presi dent lUpley claims th;.t the Santa Vv Is a pioneer In the adoption of economic methods, vet these figure hold for the Sunt. 1 Ke. The following table will show the gradual Increase in cost of mainten ance since 1 S s 7 : Way and Kitiip Structurcs, mint Year. Per mile Per mile 18H7 t KRT.OJ $ r.34.45 1SHH 1.193.S7 67 1,75 1S l.USO.HS H4S.07 iao sr..r 7i7.r. 1901 SIM. OS H.U.4S 19i 7S1.S2 1,001,22 ISO J l.HU.lMi 1.0BS.4X 19H4 1,121.11 1.22J.31 lsor. i.:t;o.sr. 1.314.19 1906 1,479.1 s 1,271.0.". 1907 1.B4X.42 1.270.3:' 1901 1.499.X2 i.r.n.n 19119 l.Sir.,41 1.419.M 1910 1.795.74 l.r.!l.l 3 1911 1,551. S3 l.tili.l" Hearing Before House Commit tee On Foreign Relations Re veals Interesting Information Regarding Treaty Violations. (By Morning Journul Rum-IsI Im Wlrc.t Washington, Dec, ll.--Those who appeared today before the house com mittee on foreign affairs, urging abro gation cf the 1 tt 3 2 treaty between the Fnlted States and Itussln, declared that the czar's ullcge.) discrimination against Americans had not been con fines to Jews alone, but Were extenrt ed to Include Catholic priests, I'to testnnt ministers and American mis sionaries. Louis Marshall of New York, .vntn sel for the Jews, who appeared, cited the case of Bishop lloban of Hcrnnton, Pa., who, he said, was denied a two days' sojourn In Itussla, although armed with a passport from tha slate department. II,. sal, (iscar Hammer stein, the American impresario, was not allowed to enter Itussla. to en gage talent. Jacob Hchlff, the New York banker. showed a letter received from Fllhu Hoot, when tho latter was secretary of state, saying no satisfaction could he obtained from Itussla. Oscar Strauss, former ambassador to Tur key, and n member of the ftoosevelt cabinet, denied any personal knowl edge that American Interests were Influencing the state department In Its treatment of tho question. Samuel Dorf, representing Bna Borlth Abrain; Habbl Solomon Fos ter of Cincinnati, secretary of thf American Itnhbl's association; Will iam (1. McAdoo, chairman, and Ber nard Nolan, secretary of the Nation al Citizens' association; Alirain I Nik us, a regent of New York slat, university and Leon Sanders, repre senting the Jewish National Krattrna Congress, were other speakers. The committee will continue lti hearing tomorrow, .5. Two Beylntas Bound Over. Kl Paso, Texas, Dec. 11. Trlnldai. Loya and Jose Elulondo were hrouglii before the United States commlsslonel today and waived preliminary cmiiiiI- 'nt.tl.tfi H'li.iu 11 ru tin. Ink! of the alleged lieylstas iirresle last week. (f the fourteen men artcstod all ure now under bond to appear be fore the Fnlted States grand Jury ex cept Dr. tiarr.a Adalpe, against whom the charges were dismissed, 120 DOORS EVERY Skilled Mechanics Witness Re markable Performance ol Machine Patented By Albu querque Men. The self-8(iiarrliig automatic door machine, invented and patented b William F. Ohlrau nnd Oeorge N Neher of this city, has given a re markable exhibition to a jury of me chanical experts at the Chicago Mill and Lumber company's plant. The Inventors claimed for this machine a capacity of loo doors an hour, but II did much better, and turned out 120 sn hour, which, Mr. Ohlrau points out, nt ten doors to a house would supply In one year enough houses to make Albuquerque a city of 60,000 population. The Interesting and remarkable test was witnessed by Superintend- ' ent W. II, Kelly of the American Lumber company plant; M. A. John son of the same plant; Contractor Kd CJertlg, Contractor Henry Rogers, a representative of th United Sash and Door company of Wichita., Has; Otto Newlander and many others. Any one Interested In seeing this wonder ful machine in operation will be wol corned at the plant of the Chicago Mill and Lumber company, it I an Invention which may revolutionize the manufacture ot doors and its try out has aroused the greatest Interest among mechanics. RUSSIA DOES NOT GIFHSliLTS ALONE TO JEWS HOUR. CAPACITY t y Y Y Y Y Hand Painted China and Brass Ware ft t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y t Y Y Our stocks are complete with everything desirable in dainty Hand Painted China and unique Brass Ware. Y Nothing more suitable at this time J than a piece of Hand Painted China Y such as ours, which comes from the studio of Mary Luken, and every piece a distinctive work of art. 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