Newspaper Page Text
THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 7, 1912.
THREE. SPORTS! J FLYHH SIGNED BASKETBALL TO FIGHT JACK JOHNSON WHITE HOPE MEETS BIG BLACK IN JULY Champion Will Receive $31, 000 and Share in Receipts From Moving Pictures; Fire man's Share Not Announced, lSy MnrntiiK .Jimrnul Specl'il Leaned Wire. I (hic:i;;o, J;in. C. After eighteen ivontlm of ldloncis Jhi k .Johnson, chainiilnn hetivy weight jitifjilist of the world, today uUned articles here to tiuht a finish buttle with Jim Flynn, the l'nelilo firemsirV generally re BMrileil us one at the best "white bolus." The finlit will take ldace siiinewhere in -N'evnda next July. As a tentative date July 'ii was nelcct eil, hut thif may he changed at any time. The flvsht will he staged elthor at Windward or Metropolis. For his services Johnson is to re ceive $31,100 and one-third of the leccl'ts Horn the sale of the moving idcture linhts. Flynn's chare, of the lmrRe was nut announced. Ho will l' paid by his manuocr, Jack C'urley, who represented the promoters. Their identity is a secret. Kacli lighter agreed not to ensatfe in a contest between May 1 and the ciatc of this Unlit without the mutual consult of the other lUhter and Cur ley. This means that Johnson's light with Kam .McVcy may be phelved or )oHtjoncd in favor of the Klynn bat lie. Before .May 1, liowever, Klynn will fitflit Al Kiuibuie In Toronto and possibly Al I'aulzer in New Vork. Johnson iiroterted against the I'aul zer match today. A referee will lie selected later. 'I im SulHvali of New York, who held tile forfeit money for the Jcf-irlrs-Johnton battle was chosen as stakeholder, iielore February 10, Cur ley must post a forfeit of 1 10,000 and Johnson unil Klynn $.1,000 each or i.ie articles will be declared void. Johnson objected to only two sec tions of the articles lie demurred to having to post, oiio the McVcy bat tle and the amount of money he is, to receive lor truiniiis expenses, $l,lul. ne wanted in, 2o cash, three round trip tickets to .'-'ait Lake City nnd the transportation charges of Ills three automobiles. Curley explained to Johnson thht a trainiiiK site at Kiiyoon eighteen miles from Salt Iji!e, arid on a line drive, would be obtained for him if he would u.rce to the $1,100 proposition, and this so pleas ed the chum, 'Ion that he signed with out further protest. He will no to kiBi'iin a month before the tUht. The meeting was held In a down town hotel anil open to all. Ilefore tile fithti rs and i:urley begun the dis cussion of articles, Johnson made a thirty-minute speech, criticizing a newspaper man who had intimated t..e match would be a fake. "If the newspapers are Kolng to continue to say such untrue things, 1 will refuse to sign,'' said Johnson. At the conclusion of his speech th i rnwil cheered nnd Johnson smiled his "Ooldcn Smile." Flynn, whose diamond display now lis Johnson's expressed confidence that he would prove a "real hope." e .iy he will build up to 185 pounds before entering the rinif. Flynn now weighs 1X4 ringside, but he is fat. Johnson weighs about :i3r. When Hiven as soon ns the rrniipy cough appears Chamberlain's Cough llemedy will ward oil an attack of croup and prevent all tltingcr and cause of anxiety. Thousands of mothers use It successfully, tiolj by all dealers. TROLLEY CAR CONDUCTOR KILLED; 5 HURT IN WRECK New York. .Ian. 7. Fred l'luncher. conductor of a tiravesend avenue trolley cur was killed and live others were seriously hurt lien the car was li railed ind crashed into a telegraph pole early today. The moturm.m, .lames Hug In s, benumbed with cold, was thrown from his post while the car was takinrt a curve at high speed and the car went without a driver for four blocks. Rheumatism stom ii ti:oi i,i:s klllMT AII.Mr.XTS Faywood Hot Springs It cure, and you remain cured, w e lc ,... a.cl v-iii v i l. if ran tr ft. forme-r 'lie yre.iti .-t Kidney :ii r i ii e.-.r;:.. hv i ot s.. r.WWOltll HOT SPHIV.s f.r-;. si.ie m,i uill evint-.Miiv r.i ll.rTc, iiiimi-? Ij-.te innd.-rn lintel. I' rfc ct cll nmto. lo.. klet T. . l 'DI'.KMOTT, "Tile 1"imI." I Aimiiill, MAV Ml l(0. Mogollon Stage and Auto line I'MI V I I IT fclM'T. I Mt..r M, 1 . m. i . n M lieu, I f . In. I - tl' .li, f . Ui. aim. r.hn i ii , , i i. 1 i l l ..Il i ,. ri . .i ti, i . , Mkiimi, K 10 MEET THIS AFTERNOON At Important Gathering at Commercial Club Action Will Be Taken On Schedule and On Fitting Up Armory. A meeting of all those interested in the local basketball sitiation will be held in th? parlors of the Commercial club this afternoon ut li o'clock. There are a number of teams in the city and a fine schedule of games Is In course of arrangement between the teams. In ordi r that the best possible schedule can be made and all the teams given opportunity to demonstrate their pro ficiency during the1 season, which Is short at best, the committee which has had the situation under consideration for some time saw fit to issue a call for today's meeting. In addition to this fact, the condi tion of th National !uard armory is one Unit presents itself with some de gree of seriousness. It' any one team is forced to put the armory In con dition for the games, and the hall is now manifestly out of condition, it will bankrupt any team. Something must be done with the armory to put It in shape for further frames and the expense should not fall on one team or on two teams, tor that matter. An attempt will be made to get the place in shape lor the game between the rniversity and the Albiuiucniue ltusiness Colli de next Friday night, which will be the first real appearance of these teams in Albtniuerciue this year. The Husiness College team Is a fast aggregation, and the Varsity team has always been the best In the territory. Ilecause of this a great game is in prospect. In a practice game with the High School yesterday afternoon, the Var sity made a rather inauspicious start of the season's activities by losing to the High School by the score of 37 to 10. This is the first work done indoors by the Varsity this year, most of their practicing having been done outdoors. It is expected, however, that with a little more inside work, the Varsity will pick up raMldly. HAV CHIVINGT0N AGAIN CHOSEN PRESIDENT OF ASSOCIATION Chicago, Jan. 1. What bail prom ised to be i: lively session of the an nual meeting of tile American Asso ciation of Ham-bull Club Owners passed off ouiotly here today. The following things were accomplished: Thomas M. Chlvington was unani mously re-elected president of tin league and tils term extended to five vears. Applications of the M innesota-Wlri-soiisin league to place tennis In Min neapolis and St. Paul and of the blue Crass league to inter Iiulsville were denied. The president was Instructed to draw mi a schedule of lis games for this year. The first Raines will lie plaveii in eastern territory be tween April il-lti, the exact date to lie agreed on later. The board of directors was Increas ed to eight members and President Chlvington made chairman ex-of 1 icio. Connie Mack of Philadelphia was one of the first to arrive and last to leave. EDDIE M'GOORTY HAS THREE FIGHTS AHEAD Dshkosh, Wis.. Jan. fi. Kihlic Mc fioortv of oshkosh has gone In-n training again and leaves in a week for the east to continue his campaign towards the middleweight champion ship tide. tin January 1.1 i" will meet Wal ter Coffey In New Vork. Hugo Kel ly of Chicago Is fichedtiied to light him at Fori ('ii Ijiie January 2S. MofJoorty will fight the winner of the I)lllon-.M ha bout. When buying a cough medicine for children bear in mind that Chamber lain's Cough llemedy Is most effectual for colds, croup and whooping cough and that It contains no hurmtul drug. For sale by all dealers. CHICAGO KNOCKOUT BROWN RETURNING HOME MINUS TITLE ileorife (Knoil.oiil) Irown. the middb w. iuhl pugilist of Chicago, pissed throcgh A Ibmiuci nue yesier uay returning to the Windy City after his mission of the !. I;ri.n went to the Pacific i oast smile Weeks ago with tin- avowed intention of clean ing i-1 1 the aspirins mulillew ights in th it section, hut alt. r inn-ainj one good iroiim iiig truni the baieis of f.'i lctnk on J. urn. iiv lo is r.-tuin-ihe. to Chn.ig.i ii s.iild. r and x man. I i vs n l . ar, . i.ly a tii(. h. f : ,w' the I. M a .-..imiur i.l !!.. n.ift- bll.d I. oil', bill the ! nil bis lipl. lalmo at.- leu.- Mate. I. I'lU'i' to iiis no with p. ;r..i-fcv. .. . .in p u lu.l) i.i.ki ..i. . l..i,i. :r. i. o .r..oti:. M ai-pilalil Im Ho- il.mli lb.- I. I. .-l..l,i. Im I' ll I Him 'I l.i IM: i l',i.kf I it'1-c..l- .1 I'. -' 1 1 ill.. ' 'I I '! ..Ill' I i I 11111 Mill l,.ll ' OM I 1 1 . .i I M l III ' ! I Ii. .- mi -" I ' ' ' I Ii . if I, - 1 . I, : .1 II.. I.e .i ' ' 1 -1 ' I i , , ,i, I . r, I.. If. .1 H. In- I'- .l. p .1, . I . . .1 Ii. i . i I ,,i'.l I l.i ' I ... I .1 ; i lll.-ll. K.illil. . .1.111 lil'i ..l J.I. I I .ii- 1.1.1,1 I .. ' ' t Il- E CALLED THE BLUFF Progressive Leader Intimates Steel Trust Would Have Found Him Less Easy Than Colonet Roosevelt, Illy Uurnln Jnarn.il Spr. hil I.mim Wlr l P.ichmonil. Ind , Jan. ti. Senut.n LaFollette di,i not arrive in this oily j ti night until after 11 o'clock, four: hours behind his schedule. Owing to the severe weather onlv a small croWi had Hiithere,! to listen to the Wiscon- j sin progressive ami was dismissed early in the evening. During his speech at Danville, III., j today Senator l.afollette was discus."- j ir.g trusts and the power of a few multi-millionaires, who, he claimed, cniitrolled the business destinies ol the country and while referring to th isit paid President ll esevelt h Morgan and others who predicted n panic unless they took over the Ten nessee Coal una Iron company, sunn in the audierce asked: "And Teddy?" Pausing a moment an. I walking to the footlights the senator said: "Do you know what I would hnvi done had some one come to me with would have called the proposition? their blull." This was his only reference to mer president liuosevelt or his ministration. for-ud- ti, sec- Tim". Zulu. 2, sec- Tim RACE RESULTS. At .luaicc Juarez, Jan. . An ordinary ca'.'l was run off at Juan, today and only two favorites won. 'I lie w eather was summcrlike and big crowd turned out to witness the racing. Results: First race, one mile: lien I'ncas, R lo 9. won: Kve White. S to ond; Oscuro, 8 to 1, third, lift 1.5. Second race, seven furlongs: a 1., 2. won: Pluck Male. 5 to ntiii: Anatasso 11., 2 lo 1, third. 1:26 3-5. Third race, one mile: Nannie Mo Dee, 5 to 1, won; Slecpland. 7 to 1. second; Dudo. ! to !i, third. Time. Kl. , Fourth race, seven I in longs: I-re-i Mulliolland, 3 to 1. won; I.. M. F.ckarl 4 t(1 1. second: Fhin l-'ootideps, 1 t0 1, third. Time, l:2'i 4-5. Fifth race, six furlongs: llosamii. 4 to 1. won; John II. She.han, .' to 1. second; Wittier, 4 lo 1, third. Tim" 113 1-5. Sixth race, one mile: Miami, 3 to !, won: Lena Leech, 2 to 1, second; Yan kee Pooh, 10 to 1, third. Time, 1:10 1-5. Constipation is the cause nr many ailments and disorders tli.it make life miserable. Take chamberlain' Stomach ami Liver Tablets, keep your bowels regular and you will avoid these dlcenses. For sale by all dcalem. LAST CHANCE TO SEE THE GREAT SCENIC L This, allernoon at 3 p. m. these In teresting pictures will again be shown with lecture bv Mr. Adams, and to night for the last tme. if N"ii hu i not yef seen them don't miss tin' op tion unity to do i n. Kvei yone should j know the facts ubotit this gnat his tory making undertaking which will mark one of the groctcst epochs It. the world's chronicle of events. PANAMA CANA Do you know that fully nine out of every ten cases of rheumatism ate 1 simply rheumatism of the muscles e'ue to cold or damp, or chronic rheu matism, nnd reiiuire no Internal treat ment whatever? Apply Chamberlain's Liniment freely an, m-n how ipiickly It gives relief. For sale by all dealers. TVEITMQE SERVED T ERA1 IN PRISON FOR FORGERY Indicted San Francisco Labor Chief Spent Eighteen Months in Minnesota Penitentiary For Felony, ll Miwnlnc Journal Uperlal I W ir 1 Minneapolis. Jan. . That libit A. Tvcittnoe. Indicted by the fidi-al federal Krsud Jcry at Los AioJcli ' beinn pi. pin aled in the allegi.l rn - tioiiwlde il nuiiiito omispira. i . wro i. eighteen months in th- Moiun sola . st.-te prison al Stillv.ater. mi. I that I that lact urobabiv would l- liought out in Ills trial was indieated linl.i inn We Do What We Advertise 1 Golden Rule Dry Goods Co. GREAT ANNUAL JANUARY CLOTHING SALE REAL BARGAINS from our MEN'S SECTION Grand Combination Sale Kirsch&ainr,, Gashes. h.Mt T,mHl uir-schbdum Qothei AIL WOOL HWO TsUOIItt m 0 in 2ffik M Se4 1 Window Display EN'S high grade Suits and Over coats, latest styles and fabrics. Each garment guaranteed all wool and hand tailored. In this assortment you will find Blue Serges, Black Unfinished Worsteds, Fancy Greys, Tans, and Browns in fact everything NEW and GOOD. 250 Suits and 100 Overcoats are at your disposal to select from. All sizes 32 to 44. Every Suit or Overcoat in this lot worth from $18 to $23.50, on sale at the exceptionally low price of $24-95 - See Window ' Display Men's Furnishings, Hats, and Traveling Goods Way down prices prevailing in the above named articles. Here is the opportunity you have been waiting for. Grasp it now while you have the chance. Men's Dress Shirts Golf shirts, coat style, cuff attached always sold for $1.25 and $1.50, on sale at the clearance Qf)( price of, each . . "' Men's Gloves Men's Canvas Gloves good quali ty, on sale at 7c the pair Sweater Coats Men's Sweater Coats sold at $ 1 .50 and $1.75, on sale $1.19 Men's Hats 25 dozen Men's Fine Felt Hats, odds and ends but all sizes in the assortment, worth in a regular way from $3 to $4 f f O C on sale for. . . . t2j J & Men's Underwear Men's Good Fleece Lined and Ribbed Underwear on sale at per suit 85c Men 's Hemstitched Hdfs. men'slinen finish hemstitch' d Handkerchiefs on sale a at each Boys' & Children's Suits REDUCTION on our entire line of Boys' and 25 Children's Suits. TRAVELING GOODS Largest and most varied assortment of Trunks, Suit Cases and Bags to select from during this GREAT ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE. We are offering 15 Off our already low prices. BLANKETS Blankets of all descriptions cotton, woolen, plain white, greys, fancy plaids and stripes, all to go on sale at 15 OFF THE MARKED PRICES COMFORTS. The famous Maisch comfort which has the warmth without the weight. On sale exclusively at our store to introduce this world famous comfort, we 1 fQf OFF the II allow a discount of V (J marked prices. wi C7 C,-0 Tw,ocrIn r Inminr fht fith nnrl Inxts fnr IS da vs. OwintF to j CI l C. KjlUflO M t- w o v f j o m the low prices this sale is strictly for cash. No goods sent on approval Wh.. w.,,.bn m.,;,i ui.m.i ENGINEMEN FATALLY tln.t h h id '. n in oniniinli .itluli - -rn.iii . J. ism 1 1. r. K.H iT'i wilh i. lei tl Tv eit iooc'h 1 el ord. Al I I.I'd I f 111 to wol'il eiin..l in" I fr lied XV ii.k. Minn, l.ei.n . T . tt li..,.- HUH lllill.l.il III ' "I' I'll.. . M, f V 1 1 I f I, . . I i M .r. Ii .'I. 1:I. on i i... in.- ; i i ' ' IV III Itle i I"! lli.m I"! 1 j UK tlo- ti-t i ot K. K ,-,ii, m I" '''' "' I iii. le tor I. 'I'" nnd I'.m null Inn' I i- . I !! i i .Mil il I i. I., in1. I' n.il HURT IN TRAIN CRASH .. J.i tl. It - 'I In S" i ii--iiii"i lratn nnm r. . kr l .t Al' K. . BURLINGTON HAS LINE FROM PACIFIC TO GULF Ihlhiii!. M.'i hi. 'i "ii I :n o v .. . .1 in. r. -h. "ieulll h..M t d . 1 1 ,i I ... i - '.Kith lb.- bt .I'l I ; bell- li'lilt'il i .111.1 ..l I ll . -I. 1 1 M.I. . I .'I. l I i . . ' . I - . 'oil li-t. I . i lii.lt I.l K 1. IIIII...I III. ! .,.ll I 'til I . HI..' 1,1 I.l I I.l I 1 Ill l'l - lllll-il iMIIIrf'l.t III ..li ".l.li.l. I. I i 'I . -.- r I ' . I I He ' I. ,,'le, l ' I I I .I t III,- I..H.II.I lit I ' i ii ii hi. I n... II I V..i Itm . -i. , ii i. ! l. I.. ..I . I...,,..,, . i I...,. i. I I'" i . , i.l.n. t. in i ti ell w M nil.. ' I 1. 1, ,1 rnl I' 1 1 l I M I. l fl Mi lo ,. i en . i -.- i. i i ni. i ii l.i a ...II, I'.i-ll -B I'" . kl b I Vv I I Ii I 1 1 I 1 I . I.l I I l l I' III I" 111 tl . r.. .iiu.i i'ii i M ut ii. 1 1. i k i. ri ,l re in. . 1 1 ' SUFFRAGISTS TO KEEP ORGANIZATION GOING I II In " ". .1 HI. Il Tile 1 'rt 'i fi.ll li K.i I ll f'l.lll.li!!' .' .. t iloili M ,. I III' I II iciil l'liiluiMlinll Ifi-miI. Si. I.11111. Jiin. 6. Sumuel t"upplc, nh.ii. ml in to W'uMliliiKton I Iim riiuy am. mil., I lo 1 1.775.IMMI. die, toiilKht of be.iri lr..iible. He m HO eHli i. I I nni! h'i.1 lived In tit KioiU for i- 1 I) inn ,il.-. .I.lll.l'e AFII.K 1 IIOIII i nu v...,. of .f n i Results From Journal Want Ads .11 I I,.- I ..II..I l l.lll. I I ed " l. I l-llll II HI 111. I-I.IH-, II. "I 111.". I ' ' " ' ' ",'"" "-i Albuquerque Candy Kitchen ..I I .'.'.III.. II ill oldl I l'i In i H.UIOI'j 1 ' I lllll I IIK4 I .IIIV ! Y. f4iI mi fcaiMnlata. ! h hoi i mu; i nmn. 'Ir tlie IIjit j TH if Tv 'mT FARR CO U PANT i viiyii ti I mlii irf la III..!, ni -4 .il MH I-- .---M I i . I I . .'.lie -I Hie Lull. . I nun ' M.l. .,1, . iiil. liM ..t wi 'li.i II III ibl.. l ii . i I. ill a i.i i "l.tf i I- on hi I.l li I I , I .il .llllll. I - i '!' '1 ,1.1. 1, II . ,,.,l..,l. I 1 1 cl ' I". I I.I.I I- II. el,. I. 'I I - 41.'. I i iiiiii I tli.i. I, I mill J I I-. 1 1 i i JJii i i ii - i i M.i.l i i, H