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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28. 1911.
THREE Y til J, Kramer of Long Island Sets New Mark of 25 Minutes 124-5 Seconds at Madison Square Garden, Bjr Mornlni Journal HimtuU Inwd Wlr. New York, Dec. 27. One record v as broken In it series of well con tested events that wound up the two lil;.ht Amateur Athletic Union Indoor championship meet In Madison Spare Garden tonight. A few records wtr: equalled, among them those for the 150 yard run and the 600 yard run In the senior events. t The record was sent fl.vlng In the five mile run, which was the feature of the evening. J. Kramer r,t the I,ong sland Athletiot chit, set the mark at 25 minutes 12 4-5 seconds nfter a grand race in which during the first two miles first one and then Another of the live leaders set tiie pace. At the two mile mark, how ever, Kramer took the lead and there nfter nobody could reach him. lie won by about 100 yards. The old A. A. U. championship record was 25 minutes 19 2-3 seconds, made In 1908 by T. J. Collins, who finished second I'1 tonight's race. 150 yards run, senior, final heat won by A. T. Meyer, Irish-American Athletic club: . M. Kosenbergcr, Irish American Athletic club, second; J. J. Archer, Irish-American Athletic club, third. Time 15 4-5 seconds. One mile run, junior, won by O. P. Kimball, Norton A. A., E. II. Mornm New York Athletic club, second; J. F. MeCabe, Dominican Lyce.ni, third. Time 4 minutes 29 3-4 seconds. Throwing B6-pound weight for height, junior, T. Cubels, Harvard, won; 14 feet 6 Inches; J. Cahlll, Irish American A. C, second; 14 feet 3 Inches; Vi. N. Talne, unattached, third, 14 feet. Standing high Jump, senior won by P. Adams, N. Y. A. (, tlve feet 1 1-8 inchest P. W. Adams. N. Y. A. C, second, five feet 1-4 inch; U. (ioeh ring,' Mohawk A. C, third, four feet 11 3-4 inches. Three mile walk, senior won, b;. F. M. Kaiser. N. Y. A. C. K. Penz. Mo hawk, second: S. Schwartz, Pastime A. C, third. Time 22 minutes 55 3-5 seconds. Ppvrnty-five yard dash, jurlor, final heat won bv C. IWIarke, Xavter A. A.. H. H. Kiland Xnvler A. A., sec ond; I. (Hutch, Pastime A. C, thiiV. Time eight seconds. Seventy yard hurdles, junior, final heat won by J. B. Zaydock, Penn.i. university; I. J. Lovell, Irish A. C, second; W. F. Potter, unattached. Special f orthristmas OPERA BOUQUET PERFUME and SACHET POWDER 25c Per Ounce WILLIAMS DRUG CO. 117 W. Central Blue Front UOSWELL-VAUGHN AUTO MXE (Carries V. S. Mall.) Leavos Uoswell. 10:10 a m Arrives Vaushn 3:25 p.m Leaves Vaughn dally 8:45 a.m Arrives Itoswell 2:00 p.m (Auto wait until 10:00 a. tn. for arrival of E. P. & 8. W. train No. 3.) I'are one way, $10. Itoundtrlp.$18. 00 lbs. baggage carried free; excess ;,aggage. $3.50 per 100 lbs. Bagarage up to 1500 lbs. carried. Connections made nt Vaughn with all E. P. A S. VV. and Santa Fe trains. Roswoll Auto Co., Roswell, owners Osrllrioton' Bros.. Vaughn Agents. FRENCH FEW ALE I PILLS. II.. n,,i. Rli for Siifr.iii Mtutk. FVft INOwa TO FAIL f1"1 8..' """"r forll.OO prtos. Will idl tlwni u l''. '"1 b.fe wbi. won jour raeri w, in. UNITCD HPICtce.,oT4, LHOTn, I Soli in tlbuquvqn f I. 'i"r 6 Ce H.i Oak and Maple n M l ! Albuquerque Lumber AITEUR RECORDS SMASHED IfJ FIIE MILE EVENT HE ALT H&ttWi.Ka i,.. hn looking you have been oo' t incipient and convalescent lucercum. i.e. In eaea altitude 6.000 feet, home cook-ng, s ? -omr, niontv of shade, no dust; terms reasonaoie. particular and pictures. , OAK UllU'i iwui'i - j - - - aAa,ai. tin.. 4.'r'rT-""-'TT - Montezuma Trust Company ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO Capital and Surplus, $100,00Q INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS third. Time 9 4-5 seconds. Hop step and jump, Junicr. won by ! A. Almleuf. Swedish-American A. 4 4 feet 3 1-2 inches; L, L. Kooney, Dominican Lyceum, second; 43 feet 1-2 Inches; G. K. Krlektey. i.,r. vard A. A., third, 43 feet 2 Inches. 440 yards hurdle race, senior, v ,n I by I, B. Dorland, unattached: 1. j Valentine, Irish-American, second. I.I J lovell IriMh American . v, l .- ; lB "' Jwinutl Spm-tal ImwI Wlr.1 Ti . lrtsh-AiiurKan, thii s. , Xew Vork Uec jj.carl Morris, lime 59 seconds ,he oklalu)ma enKineor ollt fought Running high jump, junior. wonTom KenneJ). the New York htavy. J. u I:' t" ' B'X foet 1 weight. In eight founds of a ten-round 1-S inch; F, Kochelin, St. George A. bout a, the Em,,lre Ath,eUc. club t0. C, second; five feet 11 1-2 inches; night A. W. Mcffatt. Harvard A. A., third, , n'e Kenera, opnon of tho9e at the five feet 10 1-2 inches. 'rjns fUie wag thltt neilhor ,llan gh(nv. 6oo yards run, senior, won by A. eJ any advancement toward the real It. Kivlat. I. A. A. C, O. V. De- , Nation of their championship hopes grouchy. N. Y. A. C. second; P. Plrs- i the f;-ht tonight. Morrts was oon chon, I. A. A. C. third. Time 1.14. , sidered too slow and Kennedy's much S'xty yard dash, senior, won by A. praised foot work proved exceedingly T. Meyer, I. A. A. C; C. II. Clarke, . tame. Xavier A. C, second: V. V. O'Hara, j The first round was even with Mor- T'oston A. A., third. Time 6 3-3 sec , ris' Vest blows lefts and rights to the ends. body and Kennedy's left jabs to the Three standing .lumps, senior won ; face. Morris rushed In in the second, by P. W. Adams. N. Y. A. C, 13 feet with a left to the face, followed by 1 Inch: I . I (ioehring. Mohawk A. ; lefts and rights to the head and stom C, second: 33 fet; Piatt Adan's, N. ach. Kennedy sent back a couple of Y. A. C th'rd. 12 feet 9 inches. left jabs to the face. Morris kept Puttlm? 24-pound thot, senior, von forcing through the third round with by P. McDonald, I. A. A. C, 3S feet t rights and lefts to the body and a Inch; J. K. Kilpatrlck, X. Y. A. ('., ; left to the face. Kennedy also got In second: 32 feet 1-2 inch; II. C. KtJ.-; ia stinging left to the westerner's face third, 30 feet 6 1-2 Inches. ; and followed with a left swing to the Five mile run. snlor, won by W. J. j They exchanged body blows and Chamer, Long Island A. C; V. J. i were In the midst of a hot rully at Collins. I. A. A C, vvend; Louis ! the bell. It was Morris' round. Tewanina. Carlisle Indian Sch ol, j Morris was the ngsressor again In iMr-A Ti,n v 19 i-i Vpw 4 1. ! the fiurth Itut in the fifth honors wen: U. champlcnshio record, old record 23:19 2-5, made by T. J. Collins in 1908. Polo vault for height, senior, won by G. P. Dukes, X. Y. A. C II feet 4 inches; V. H.'penny, Montreal A. A., tecon'd; 11 feet; J. Predemus, un- attnehd, third, 10 feet 6 inches. RACE RESULTS. At Juarez. Juarez, Dec. 27. Favorites fared ' with Kennedy fighting back as game badlv at Juarez today. Meddling Han- ! !' s he could. nan being tho only first choice to get town In front. The weather was cool but a good sized crowd turned out, Ho sults: First race, one mile: Yankee Pooh, 10 to 1, won; Carney Oldfleld, 3 to 1, second; Little Marchmont, t 2 to 1, third. Time: 1:40 3-5. Second race, five and a half fur longs: Frank U. Hogan, 6 to 5, won; Waner, even, second; Serenade, 20 to 1, third. Time: 1:06 4-5. . Third race, si furlongs:, Manassch. 10 to 1, won; Lone Star, 4 to 1, sec ond; Callsse, 6 to 5, third. Time: 1:12 3-5. Fourth race, six furlongs: Lackrose, 4 to 1, won; Hoy Junior, 6 to 1, sec ond; Ed Keck, 7 to 2, third. Time: 1:12. Fifth race, five and a half furlongs: Meddling Hannah, 5 to 2, won; Hid den Hand, 5 to 2, second; Zool, 5 to 1, third. Time: 1:03 3-5. Sixth race, six furlongs: Gellco, 7 to 2, won; John H. Shcehan, 10 to 1, second; Salvage, 2 to 1, third. Time:' 1:14. Al Columbia, Columbia, S. C, Dec. 27. Clear weather for the first time In more than a week, with an attractive card, brought out a good sized crowd to the fair grounds. Two favorites were suc cessful. . Results; First race, live furlongs: L. Appelle, won; Honnle Pee, second: Winning Smile, third. Time: 1:08 2-5. Second race, live furlongs: Tom shnw. won: Dust, second: Elizabeth O., third. Time: 1:0s 2-5. Third race, five furlongs: ward, won: Ynca, second: S.uaw, third. Time: 1:0X 2 Fourth race, one mile: Grlswcll, won; lloseburg II. Warner , second, Flnrny, third. Time: 1:53. Fifth race, five and a half furlongs: Oakley, won; Sea Swell, second; Lov Watches, third. Time: 1:14. Sixth race, one mile and Bevcnty ynrds: Haldcmun, won; Joie Pose, second; Dolly Pultnian, third. Time: 1:57 4-5. WESTERGAARD DEFEATS POLE IN HANDICAP MATCH Knoxvillc, Tenn., Doc- 27. Jesse Westersaard won his match with Zbyzsko, the PollMi wrestler tonight. The latter agreed to throw Wtster gaard twice In tin hour but did not gain a fall. Westcrgaard was the ag gressor most of the time and on two occasions had ZvbWfko m P. position, lane on oiner in in ..i,.ko, . from which he t'xtrlcated hiself with and deal with llieni first, giving away dll.'lculty. In the last ten minutes ofjvelght to some of them and fighting matrh Wpstereaard had all me, better df it. 4, ' Polished Flooring c Co., 423 N. First Street li for, a ranch boarding nous- '-,:. near Silver City sleeping eenw,8 fu Tvrntl v. M. iimnr unnrn rmnnuirr nsmiTnim m Drnrurn yunrDn1 V Will I L IIUILU I MIL UII1LI UlUiHIUUII III.ULULILU . IiiHULUU in mm u mm - mm mm w m i ww m mm mm itriiiiii rm ' rt aw 11 i 11 ! 10 KICK HUH SAN ANTONIO REAL CLASS Car! Morris Defeats Tom Ken nedy But Fight Fans Declare Neither Man Shows Cham pionship Promise, to Kennedy. After taking a right and left to the head and beinjj forced Into a neutral corner, Kennedy exchanged hooks with Morris and not a hard blow on the nose. Kennedy came back, however, with a t.hot of his right to the Jaw staggering Morris to the ropes at the end of .the round. Morris came back in the sixth with severe punishment for Kennedy by short arm Jolts, half upper-cuts and a straight left on Kennedy's nose, which made It bleed tho more. From tnl on, Morris was all over his man, The bout ended with both ln-llght-lng. They clinched several times and In the break Morris always got In the more telling blows. The only damage Morris showed was a puffing of his Hps, while Kennedy was bleeding pro fusely at the nose and was severely battered. G0TCH BEATS BRITISHER IN TWO STRAIGHT FALLS Kansas City, Mo Dec. 27. Frnnk Gotch, world's wrestling champion, defeated Alee Munro, tho Knglish cnamplon, In straight falls hero to night. The first fall came In 12 min utes and the seond In 8 minutes, 5 seconds, each with a half Nelson and crotch hold. It was the easiest match Gotch has hail for several years. The English man displayed but scant knowledge of the gnme and Gotch, It seemed to the spectators, merely played with him. The champion secured his first fall by getting a hHlf nelson while he was raising Munro high in the air. Gotch brought the Englishman down to the mat anj affixing the crotch hold, easily gained the first full. The second fall was even easier, the champion still adhering to tho suc cessful hold of the first full. Of his retirement Gotch said, after the match: "There wus s. certain brook of poetic tradition that rambled on for- ever, but human flesh does not wear as well as water. I feel that I am Sir Kd-' probably better now than ever be Chilton j lore in my career, and 1 want to quit x while. I em ut mv best. I don't want to continue wrestling, grow stale and lei some foreigner oeni me. Gotch said he thought Mahmout, the Turk, tho best of foreign wrest lers. Peterson, the Pane, he said looked the next best. OWEN MORANISSUES DEFI TO W0LGAST New York, Dec. 27, Owen Moron, the English fighter, arrived from Hng land on the Olympic tonight, sounding defiance to everybody In the light weight division of pugilism. "I have come hero to make a match with Ad Wolgast," said Muran, "nnd I hope to defeat him or any other who regard themselves as chuin;ilons. To prove that I am callable, I will any man in no imu.iua, Itronson Cancels Itout. Indianapolis, Ind., .Dec. 27. Kay Hronson today cancelled hla match In Pittsburg with Jimmy I'crry, schedul ed for December 30, on account of his ; bout witli Tommy Devlin Ut Jackson ville, Ind., on New Year's afternoon, i ... TWO MEN ELECTROCUTED BY ELEVATOR CABLE Omaha, Neb., Pec. 27. Thomas J Kellcy and Anton Dudu, both depart ment foremen for the Cudahy Pack- ! lng company, were electrocuted late today by the cable of an elevator in the glue house. Duda was lowering the elevator from the second to tho first floor and wus found dead at the bottom of the elevator pit. Kolley undertook to movo the elevator and died from the electric current that had accidentally been connected with the elevator con troller cable In tho elevator. To InionUo Mexican Miners, Denver, Dec. 27. A idan to .union ize the two hundred thousand miners of Mexico, will bo considered by the executive committee of the Western rederatlon of Miners which Is sched uled to intyl hwv Juuuui. 1. Wrestling Indian Adds to Lau rels By Defeating All Comers in Lone Star State; Matched For Tomorrow, Arthur C. Montour, the wrestling Indian chief, who made such a good Impression In Albuquerque during the month of September, when he ap peared In a friendly bout with Uoy Mabee before tho Elks, and when, he dWcated Simon Deschler In best two out of three before a large crowd In the opera house, U now In San An tonio adding further laurels to his crown. Tomorrow night Montour will meet Charier. Dellvuk, p. 190-pound wrest ler who cla'ms the championship of Austria and Canada. Pelivuk will outweigh Montour some fifteen povnds, but this does not trouble the chief at all. He bellevei he can tore, tho shoulders of the big Aus tiian to the mat bet.t two out of three. Since being in south Texas Montour has written to a number of his friends here telling of his success in the Lone Star state, and they will, c! course watch with Interest the outcome ot tho Friday night match. E Jim Flynn Disposes of Oppon ent By Knock-Out Route Af ter Two and One-Half Rounds of Tame Fighting. Itr Miming Jfnrnl Fptrbil l.ml Wire. I Salt Lake City, Dec. 27. Alter two and a half rounds of tame and unin teresting milling, Jim Flyn of Pueblo, whipped across two effective punches and Caponl went down for tho count of ten. Caponl was outclassed from the time he stepped Into the ring nnd was totally unable to hold Flynn nt long- range. Neither man showed r.pecd and not un effective blow war struck until near the close of tho sec ond round whin a left hook to Ca ponl's Jaw staggered the middle weight and sent hlin to his corner looking worried. Flynn never was forced to extend hlmseli and did not do so. He was fat and palpably In Por condition, but he out-weighed Caponl nearly i twenty pounds and the lighter man's blows which had little steam behind them did not serve to check his Bteady advance. At the opening of the first round Flynn started a dclthernte advance to close quarters, assuming his visual crouch with his chin, once broken, tucked (lose against his chest, Ca poni led frequently with tho loft and landed more than once, but the blows had no weight behind them. When they came to close quarters Flynn worked In several short body punch es but seemed to make no effort to put force Into them. A glancing left skinned Flynn's eye as tho gong sounded. The second round was even more tame, Flynn seeming to make little effort to land and Caponl apparently setting hlinnolf for n strong punch. After a clinch at the opening of th third round, Flynn dropped Capon! with a left to the Jaw. As ho rose a right Jolt to the Jaw dropped him for the finui count. There was a storm of hisses as Caponl was assisted to his corner. 'miners union to open OFFICES AT TRINIDAD Denver, Colo., Ilec. 27.-A branch of the- national organisation of ' the United Mine Workers of America will bo established at Trinidad. Under or ders from national headquarters Jo)in It. Luwson, national orgunizer, iuid fohn McLennan, president of tlm Cokrado t' federation of lul""" luft today for Trinidad to arrange, for opening headquarters, which wlli bo In charge of Lawmn, This i.r. ve Is taken us in Indication that the na tional organization luu determined upon un uggresslve campaign to o" gimlzD the southern coal ll ids. Prim e Min Vlt tlm ot llold-l'l. Shanghai, Dec. 27. Uevolutionary troops recently lured I'rlnce Min, ex crown prince of Koreu, and , there fore a Japanese subject, from a hotel In the French concession to the na tive -city, where they compelled him to sign it check for a large amount to assist tho revolutionary warfare be fore they liberated him, I'rlnce Min Is wealthy. DIVIDENDS PAID TO FAVORED LOCALITIES Cte-,!und Dor. 27. -Dividends on Sterling Oil Rtock were paid in one territory and not In another, according to testimony, of Charles A. Kandale, In court here today. Kun'hils and Albert S. Grll'fln are indicted for using tho malls to do fraud in oonnei Hon with tha sale ot I'.terllng Oil rtock. KnndalH admitted that ho promised F. P. Mtzger, president, of the tier-rrtun-American bank of Topcka, Kau ris, two thousand nhurea of stock for Ills favorable report o.i tho Sterling propf rty. He also admitted thut Met ger rccclvd 2, COO shores of Stock for U.jd, ..... CAPQNI AS Y MARK FOR DEMON FIREMAN WILL SPARE LIFE OFGEN. REYES i HOPE HELD OUT FOR ! EXECUTIVE CLEMENCY; i Captive Revolutionary Leader J Hurried South to Capital to, Answer Charge of Conspiracy! Against Government, Dr Mornlni Junrna! Sivrclnl l-eaamt Wlr 1 Monterey, Me.. Dec. 27. (On Beard Keyes' Car.) Heavily guarded and on his way to the capital to answer the charge of sedition. General Bernardo Keyes Is being hurried southward tonight through towns whose Inhabitants have been kept In ' Ignorance of his passage. So nicely ' was his departure from Linares timed that only a small portion of the popu- ! latlon was aware of It and in Monte- rev, his old home, possible trouble . was avoided by routing his car around j the city. ' IJI'llFYKl) MAIifr.KO WILL NOT INSIST OX ii:.vni. j Mexico City, Dec. 27. That Presl- dent Madero will not Insist Upon the death penalty for Heyrs und his fol- , lowers was shown today when the father of David lteyes Ketana obtain ed executive clemency for his son. , Young Ketana was a prominent law yer here until he took up the fight with Keyes. He was captured at Hurgos, Tamaullpas. Hearing of his son's predicament, the father went to Madero today and stated alter the conference that the president had promised to spare his son's life. It has been definitely determined that General Alejandro Pezo will be the presiding officer at the court mar tial. Two other genera U of division will be named, General Ignaclo Ttrava, now in command of forces In the northwest with headquarters at Guad alajara, nnd General Francisco Ave le, one of the oldest officers In the service, are being considered. On account of the advanced ago of the latter It was said that the au thorities must resort to the expedient of Investing some high civil function ary of the deoiirtmcnt of Justice with the rank of "dlvlslonarlo," for the purpose of the court. Five brigadiers who will also be members of the court,, will be chosen by lot. M:xon. I!i:yi:m says lit SHAM WAS MISTAKEN San Antonio. Tex., Dec. 27. "den- eral Keyes was mistaken with regard to the desires of the people of Mex ico when ho undertook this revoltl Hon," commented Henora lteyes, his wife, today, In telegrams cent by him io Henora del Vulle he said that when he called to the people for assistance, he was not answered. Tho government sol diers failed Jo rapture the general lie had an abundance of funds on his person and could easily have made his way to the gulf, boarded a steamer and escuped to h'urope. He did not cure to do this, as ho feared his fol lowers and sympathizers would be taken and executed. Henora lteyes wus not convinced of the general's surrender until she re ceived a telegram from hlin today, tXK)KS H)lt iti:ivr, or lUKINKsS IN MKXKX). Mexico City, Dec. 27. Minister of the Interior ( tommies, In a conversa tion today said that thu American and European banks were offering loans to the government at an extremely favorable rate. Tho question oT re funding the government debtjof ovr $220,UJU,UOtl gold. Is being consid ered, ltui.iness IntoroHls anticipating the revival of confidence, already have taken steps for the completion of sev eral lurgn engagements which had been postponed ponding tho result of the campaign against lteyes. WILL AIIAXDOX TF.XAS I'KOSIX I TION Ol'' M0YF.S. Houston, Tex., Dec. 27. Acting up on the advice of Attorney (leneral Wlckershnm, Lock McDanlel, United .States district attorney for tho south ern district of Texas, announced to day that he would abandon his ef forts to extradite (Icnorul Uernardo Keyes from Mexico for trial In this country on charges of violating the neutrality laws. ... E Taft Anxious to Avoid Stigma of Allowing Convict New York Banker to Die in Federal Pen itentiary, lly Morning Jmirnid Spwlul I.Minrd Wlra.1 Atlanta, (ja Dec, 27, Acting under instructions of President Tuft, a special board of Inquiry, composed of officers' of the medical corps Unit ed .States army, urrlved here tonight to make ajiollicr examination o( Charles W, Morse, tho New York banker confined In the hospital at Fort Mcpherson. Tho board consists of Colonel Henry Plrinlngltain, Major Fauntloroy and Major Kussll, all under assignment from Washington. It wus slated nt Fort Mcpherson that a preliminary examination ol Morse was made r hol'lly after llielr arrival, about 7 o'clock, but nothing as to the nature of their findings has made public. If Morse's condition nerm'ts c. thorough examination will be rrftfla tomorrow nnd the report wired to Washington. i Y SURGEONS TO EXIIN If nTH A Warm Bathroom A Perfeclion Smokeless Oil I Iealer brings bathroom or bedroom la just the degree of warmth you want ia 6ve ot tea minute. All you have to do it to touch a match. Tho Perfeclion 1 leater bums nine hours on one filling and is always ready for we. You can move it anywhere it is needed. There is no waste of fuel and heat warming unoccupied rooms. Just the heat you want, when and where you want it. Tho Perfection is fitted with an automatic-locking flame spreader that prevents the wick being turned high enough to smoke and is easy to remove and drop back when cleaning. Drumt finished eithir in turquooe cmai, jra inong ana uuitie triable M any room ui any houw. Dulen iwrwirf, j or vt it Is any atracr of tha Continental Oil Company dncorper.t.d) CRAMDALL CLEARED; TRAIMSFERED TO ' SOUTH DAKOTA Harold F, Coggeshall Will Suc ceed Him As Superintendent of United States Indian School at Santa Fe, (Spl .l li M m n,. Miirnlnt Jmirnnl ) oania i o, in, m., nee. ,, Tito in. veshguilou by the secretary of the In terior, it Is announced today has re sulted In tho complete exoneration t'l Superintendent Clinton J Critndutl ol tho United .Statis. Indian school here from the charges brought against him by former chief special officer, William K. Johnroh, of the Indian service, better known as "1'uxr.y Koot" Johnson, and by the W, C. T. U, ami other urgiirilzatloiiM and persons; there charges relatlns chiefly to the alleg ed selling of liquor to Indians by a drug store In which C'ratnlall was said to be Interested und Irregulari ties in the uduilnh ti atlon of lands be longing to the Indians. Mr. Crattdali is trauaTcrred to 1'lerre, S. 1)., nnd will be succeeded hero as superintend ent by Harold F, Coggeshall, for Some time connected with the Indian s, r vlce here and elsewhere In the rout h -went. The change Is to bo effective on January 1, and Mr. Crandnll will leave at once for the scene of his new duties. Tho transfer and the n slg natlon of Mr. Johnson It Is believed will tnd for the present the contro versy regarding the administration of Indian uffaltd In this district partic ularly us relating lAieblit. Superintendent Crattdali arrived I t Santa Ue today front Washington to make preparation!) for his dejnrlure for North Dakota. - j. Honors and Money For Blue jackets Who Fought Against Overwhelming Odds in Bat tle With Filipino Bandits, B Mnrnlnir JiMirnsI Hiicclnl Leatwd "tVlr. 1 Washington, Dee. 2i. i' or lienor conduct In the figlil with outlaws on tho Island of l'asllan, Philippine Isl ands. February H, live members of the HERO MEDALS FOR SEA FIGHTERS Every mother should be careful that the children take their baths in a warm room. The chill of a cold room is dangerous after com ing out of the hot water. - llue enamel or flu's t! j light and I crew of the gunboat rampanga havu 'fin awarded ineilaU of honor and a Krattilty of $100 by Secretary of tho Navy Mover. It was In this fight that KinilgM Hovoy w.i killed. yuoting the report of th.- commnnder of tho I'ampanga the order says: "The heroism and coolness shown by our men cannot be too highly rom mondeil and should receive recognition from the department. J, II. father wood, ordinary seaman, though severe ly Wounded did nil he could In bent off the Moros attacking Knslgn Hovey, K. H. Med ulre, hospital apprentice, though, wounded himself, gavo Im mediate aid to the wounded and un doubtedly saved the lives of the scout an l yoldler Cathorwood. The coldness nnd bravery shown by Q. K. Hender son. Jacob VoU an I R It, Harrison In olmrglng against 'odd cannot bo praised In too strong terms." TO NEGOTIATE Disposition to Await Until Af ter Election Before Facing Settlement of Jewish Pass port Question, Illy Morning Jmtrni:! Hitrrlul I.ud Wlr. Wn:i!ilngton, Dee. a7. lOxeeptlng a Indlcntliig the extent of ltusslun re sentineni at the action of the United Slates In abrogating the treaty of 1ft:i2, the Introduction In (he dumit today f the I III attacking th Amerl can export trade with P.uhsIu Is not Aim III 1 1 rt nnnnii (iilii IfJ i HU NEW TREATY to the ,-'antu Cliira i ' cganteu wltf, much concern lit oiTi iclal circles here, I'.ven IT the measure should be adopted by the dunui, It would re oulro the approval of the Imperial round! and of tho emperor himself to become law. In that case It could not lake effect before January, 1913, because of the continuance until that date of the present treaty with Its favored nation clause. Indications are that negotiations for a new trpHty will not bo under taken seriously before Heptember. In the Interim the Kusslan general elec tions will have been held and tho great American quudrlennlal political conventions will have passed Into history. Removed from all llkell hoo.l of political Influence in either country, H Is felt that negotiations then can be conducted In a calm and Judicial manner. That there may be two treaties In stead of one Is regarded us probable. One of thesa conventions would deal entirely with mutters of trade and commerce and the operations of Its favored nation clause, If one were embodied, would b,. confined to those subjects, GERMAN-MILLED the answer to every Baking Problem. It's Finer,-Whiter ard More Umfornrv Made by LARABEE S Famous GERMAN PROCESS. A ROGERS SILVERWARE COUPON IN EVERY SACK J GROSS, KELLY & CO (Wholesale Grocers.) Albuquerque, Tnciimcari, R I-n Vcga. X. J revos, Kowb, Corona, Trinidad, Coin. ,1