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'THE AtBOQUERQUEWRNINO JOURNAL: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1912.
TH"EE. ti.ViriW!f4v. . TVO F&nOUS HEW YOnK UODELS-ll "55' ft ' : i. (I jk piTf ir VQ r ith r c c t nuuniLLU I Q :iiMU-ia,;na "BUCr WEHER JO FIREBUG PURSUES1 SEE TERM III MIDI Fill IT PEKITEKTISBT siftciff ... - . , Erstwhile . Western League Baseball Umpire, Well Known In Albuquerque, - Guilty of Statutory Offense,' Buck Weaver, former- , Western league umpire and a well-known figure In the baseball world for man years, as a pluyer and lndientoi handler, Is to serve a sentence In th .Kansas state penitentiary. " Dispatches appearing In Kansas papers of March 9th, under a I-arne'J date, lino, convey the news that Weaver appeared before the district. court there last Friday and entered a plea of guilty to a charge of com mitting a statutory offense against his adopted daughter, a girl yet in her 'teens. ; ", . ,. .: :" ' ' ,' Weaver is well known in Albuituer qu,e, and at the state fair last Oettih'et officiated as umpire at the ' bnfeli'all tournament. He had considerable trouble with the players because of his decisions in the games played dur ing the tournament, but aside from this, the man we.l thought of. Ills present trouble will come as a sur prise to local funs. RACE RESULTS. At tfiturcz. Juarez, Mex., March 12. -It was of ficially announced today that the present meeting would end on March 24, making a total of 102 racing days. Flying Footsteps, running to her best form, eapily won the handicap, sir fitrlones, from ft good field. Weather cl.-ar; track slow. Results: first race, one mile: Defy, 8 to 1, won: JMihara, 5 to 2, second; Lily Pax ton, 3 to 1, third. Time: 1:40 3-5. Second race, six furlongs: Frazule. S to 1, won; Narfi, 2 to 1, second: Camaraga, E to 1, third. Time: 1:14. Third iCi-W- fur'migsi, EdKeelt 11 to 5, won; Frank O. Hognn, 7 to 2, second; Fundamental, D to 1, third. Time: 1:14. " Fourth race, six furlongs: Flying Footsteps, 5 to 1, won; Thhstle Oclle, S to 1, second; Closer, to 2, third. Time: 1:13 2-5. Fifth race, one mile: Kiddy Lee, S to 6, won; Itublnon, 10 to 1, second; Cameo, 4 to 1, third. Time: 1:12. Sixth race, ono mile: Ocean Qu.-en, E to 2, won: Mastlsle Girl. 5 to 1, second; Maniac, 3 to 1, third. Time: 1:40, . - ' ST. LOUIS BILLIARD , PLAYER LEADS OFF IN CHAMPIONSHIP.CONTEST Denver, March 12. James (Hank er) Horgan, of St. Iuultt, tonight won the first block of ilfty points in hi challenge contest with Jon Carney for the three-cushion billiard champion ship of the world and the Lambert trophy. The score for the first night's play was: ( Horgan, 50 ', Carney, 43. Carney mado o high run of ten an J Horgan connected with only four in one bunch, but the St. Louis player tonight displayed a mastery of safety play that reminded the big gallery ol the old-time form of Alfredo De Oro, the former Hirer-cushion champion. It required 104 Innings to run out tonight's string. 1 ... . M0RAN HAS SHADE OVER PAL M00RE IN . TEN ROUND BOUT New 'York, March 12 Owen Mo ran, or England, untl I'al Moore, of Philadelphia, lightweights, fought ten rounds here tonight In their third meeting, the Englishman having the better of the Contest. The battle was hard fought and close, however, and the popular vie tory accorded fo Mnraft was hardly more decisive than in their other two cloc bouts, , A " - ttoth Thrown Twn . TTN-stht-. Chicago. March 12. Frank OotcV champion wrestler, threw two men here tonight. He defeated Joe Oesh towt with a hammerlock in :S7 and Pan! Martinson with a crotch anjl r-alf-Xolson In 11:14. Rheumatism STOMACH TTtOtTU.F.S KID.VEY A1LMEXTS Hot Springs faywood It cure, and you remain cured. w know, and you wtlL If yoo try It. Considered the greatest Kidney water on earth. Why not TbrA FATWOO nOT SPRINGS first, nine yon will Tentnally to thef, anywayt Large modem hotel. Perfect cli mate. Booklet. T. C, M HERMOTT. The ftiwwd " - rATwoon, kfw imntfro;- .!.'i ' !;' Leras Concern -Again a, Victim ; of incenqiary;, Big Business Block Partially Destroyed by I Criminal Blaze, T laparlal Dlnpatrh te ihe Morale Joarnil.) uii.-m r.i... w .. . n rw .. nurniNi viiuriirii.i i cjiivci vjt.i,.i, fli., nuarca i.-ini (he, Leras Candy' Company, tho f Irrn which was burned out on Billiard r.froct, about six weeks ago, is belh t pursued by an incendiary; is Indl- eatcd by a fire which this morning at bno o'clock partially destroyed the Abrahams block of one story ' brick fctore on Texas stf-jot, opposite- the Orient hotel. The. Leras Company was storing new goods In one of the rooms i and had received between $3,000 and $4,000 worth, including a fine piano, till of Which was a total loss with In surance of only $1,000.' ' ' ', ' ; The furnlturo and tarp.'t slock, of L.: A. Abrahams which occupied two rooms In the block, was damaged to the extent of $3,000, with $7,000 lh puraneo, Former District Attorney Krank Wright occupied one room and his law library, worth $4,000, was practically ruined, with no insurance. The losn on the building was about 2,500, with, insurance of $3,000. That the blaza was tho work of fire bugs, was shown by the fact that the- Lera rnsh register was forced open and several checks stolen, while fragments of half burned rags soaked in oil and gasoline, were found scattered around the premises. , ' Enthusiastic Mass Meeting at f Melrose Starts Ball to Rolling! for the Creation -of New Counties. (NiirHal Dlapntrh to the Mnmln Journal. JU'lnise, N. M., March la. At -in enthusiastic mass meeting held her- tonight jilans were put under way for raising funds for the pushing of an omnibus bill In the legislature, creat ing two new counties out of parts if Itoosevelt,. Curry, Quay and Guada lupe counties, with Melrose ami Fort Sumnc-r the county seats. Uelegi tlontt will be stent to Panta Ke to push the passage of the bill and the citi zens are sanguine It will become law before the session adjourn. .... , AGAINST THIS AGENT The Continental Casualty Company, with state offices in AllnnniTim de sires to warn the New Mexico public that It will not be responsible for bus!, r.css done In Its name by a man known as Schoenbergcr and by other names. This man is about S feet S'i inches lull, we'ghs over 180 pounds and sav he Is of Cerman-Jewlsli. extraction Information concerning him will be appreciated by the company. BANKS OF COLORADO IN SPLENDID CONDITION Denver, March II. The lanks of th state are In a prosperous conni- tion, according to the report State Fank Commissioner K. W. I'felf fcr. Although this Is the time of the ear when liorrowlng by farmer is heaviert, the deposits and resources of th banks remain alout stationary, he found. The total resources are given as $4r.,Si:,ISl.8. of which $1. Slt.e03.e2 l cash. SETTLEM ENT 0FC0 AL MINERS STRIKE BRIGHTER London. March If Nothing was accomplished at the Joint conference of coal owners, miners snrt ewoinei ministers l"day. yet the prospwt of a settlement of the owl strike i dc ciilxdlv brighter. Th. .Trrullve committee of the miner's federation met late tonight and adopted a resolution recom- nomiinir th federation lo atree t" Premier Aronith's idan for a Joint conference in the various districts to entile minimum wage proposal on the onderstandlnf that wn districts rnnnie work until a nationnl settlement Is .effected. A gefieral agreement on a minimum wage Ir likely to hare considerable Influence on the ohdnrate Hootch and WelA FORT SUMNER AND MELROSE MAY BE COUNTY SEATS PUBLIC IS WARNED Opposition to New Jersey Jurist Because of Decision in Bottle I Blowers Case May Defeat Confirmation, - (D.t Morning Jeuroul Snari I.tunrd Wire.) Vilhugior, 'Miirc.li 12. -l''tfr more th.in hree.' hours th's evening the sen ate in onV bf the hor 'pf olra ted and stormiest reciitlve session? Ip its re cent history, debuted the confirmation iSSniu11 ol ev Jersey, Taft bus nominated to succeed the late' Justice Harlan on the Fjupreiiio bein'-h. The sVAnte fin ally agreed to resume itebate tomor row at noon hptl to vote at 4 o'clock oh the confirmation. ' It ,s expected the vote Will be close. Senator CuIlierHon. of Texak' led In i Ih.i ntlflcV anH In Vtlu guniutt ntiil flinan ",v . p,....-. . ,. ......... "f other-senators, .the ev Jersey; Judge was ussiilletl in bitter language; ! which rxtonded even to an attack ' 1'i'Poh (ilt'treneral fitness for the? bench. Tha fignt was nasod mainly upen .'han ellor I'ltnl'y'B decision In the glass bottle ulowers' case. That de cision restrained ' Journeymen green glass bottle blowers, their . officer? and the members who strucft against a glass works In New Jersey some years ago, Iroiii using" coercion or persuasion to tnftke loyal employes leave their work in breach of contract or of tho maslcr and servant doo trine. The: decision' prohibited the strikers frcm personally molesting the strike breakers in any way and In terdicted picketing or boycotting. fenator Cummins, of Iowa, pictured the decision as oppressive to Ameri can labor. ' Senators O'Gcrman and Reed char acterized it as showing a dangerous trend i f thought, Senators Williams and Khlvley Joined tho attack, but Senators Bailey, Clark, of Arkansas, Root and William Aldcn Smith, of Michigan, spoke In Mr. Pltney's favor. Much stress was laid by the oppo sition to the dissenting opinion In the , glass ' workers' case which held the i lower c'ourts in error because they i otijoihe'd strikers from the peaceable persuasion of employes who were not I under any contract to servo 'the ccm- p-ihy. All the senators had copies of the decision and quoted freely from it. The regular republicans unsuccess fully .sought' to have ihe nomination pressed to u vote tonight. Biol con tented that tho protracted considera tion aha' dlHciission was agisting labor Interest unnecessarily. . ' POLAR SHIP BACK FROM TRIP TO The-Aurora, Commanded by Captain J, K. Davis, Landed Two Expeditions in Northern most Regions, IBjr Morning Journal Hpeelnl Leased Wire. Iloliart, Tasmania, March, 12. The ship Aurora which sailed from this port on December 2 last with an Aus tralian Antarctic expedition undir the leadership of 11. Douglas Mawson, re turned to Holiurt today. The Aurora Is commanded by Cap tulli J. K. Davis. She landed (wo separate parties at two' points in the Antarctic regions, one under Dr. Maw- son January 19 and the other under Dr. Wilde, a veteran of the Fhackieton and Scott marches. February IK. The Aurora found no truce of Clarie ooast, ffom which It Is 'Concluded that an ice barrier has broken it up since Durvllle's discovery in IS.'IB. The Aurora left the Antarctic on February 21 and will return 'In the spring. Some of the In Ft known Itrit- ifeh ptplorcr are with the pHrties lauded by the Aurora which muster twenty-five men In all. The most ad vanced feature of the equipment Is a monoplane In charge of Lieutenant U'ntklns who has tnk-i part In u num ber of aviation meets lieutenant Nlnnla of the Koyal Fusileers who Is n exp rt on sur viving and sledging, and J Halts. 'Dr. M rx, an adept with skiia. are included In the expedition. Australians and New Zcnlnnder complete the com plement. NEBRASKAN'mAY'RUN ON ROOSEVELT TICKET Lincoln. Neb., Mar.h II John O. 1" riser, of fhnaha. promoter of the Roorevclt Inter -ats in Nebraska and circulator of the petition Which placed ftoave1t's name on the primary bal lot In this state, la named In a petition tihtch the eccrclary of stab- received today. It was aisn.-.l ly thlrty-on residents of Indianola. Neb., asklns that Yelwr'e name I placed on the I a!l"t :i vice i r.sld ntial candidate. MiJiMt Woman llCM-nrtl Alivr. Cheyenne. Wyo.. Man h II. Mrn. J. L. HrowR ami Ml. rran. Wi lrown. a ho It was feared had perished In Sunday nlahl's storm were found thia niomina In a barn on a homestead elaht mliea from here r. here they had lakrn rrfuti. Thcr had been Itlt oot rood fr forty hours and had of ferod arverely from cold. It were not in a desperate condition. ANTARCTIC Try a J0urn.1l Want Ad. Results ' I 1 V The niodel whore services are sought by the artlstlo fraternity Is she who, ! In addition to a well proportioned form and attractive face, has the gift ot nuniliug lug wjjicrniui, ui uci i rai tit ca dim ui, jpuou ui uvi uuu lu IU, BUU Ject that she Is representing on the "model throne." The youna woman and the child shown In the picture both exhibit this adaptability to a high degreo. The former Is llhs N'lisson, a Swedish beauty with a remarkably mobile and expressive face. The little one Is Lottie Qulun, only live years old, who. In addition to her childlike wlnsoraeness, seems to have the power of "feeling" her pose as keenly as does her older colleague HIGHER WAGES FOR DECLINES TO TAKE FALL RIVER MILL PACKERS' CASE EMPLOYES FROM JURY Increase of, Five Per Ocnt Af fecting Twenty-Five 'Thous and' Operatives Announced by Manufacturers, illr Morninit Journal 8iM-dat IVIrr.l I'oston, March : 12. The hlnher wne niovcmetit In New Kmrlnnd lex. tile circles reached Fall Itiver thin afternoon and tho tri.uoo eioiilnyos ol 100 print cloth mills there will re ceive a fixe March 25, per cent advance on An advaiii o of 5 per cent was an-lter. ' "In my view tills Is not sound nt unced by tho cotton mills of Tiiun-iln a chniRe of conspiracy depending ton. Holyoke. Chicopee "and olheljtion cii'cumHtuntlal evideni-e." places, as well as by the Worcester, After JudKe Carpenter had read his woolen mills and Hoosiu- Cotton Colli-' decisions, Attorney M. W. Hordeis Pany's mills at North Adams. i presented a motion that Kdwnrd M;r- , , . . lis and Louis II. 1 lev man, two of the At the latter plant 200 operatives ..... ,,, i, .iH, harked on the of the splnnlhif ik parliueiit had strin k ; for an increase and. belier workltiR conditions, an hour before the nd van,., was announced., Many (if tho coUpn hooiIs luuniifac, tureis In Hhodo Itjland, the IJI.ok stonp vall.-y, ...northwuHcrit' ComicciI cut und w. stern Massachusetts ar iiwntln.4 the outcome of a wage de mand In .Yew l;, dr.ird la fore urtiiiK- Th-re about. SiiB.dtio textile op eratives ill New ICimland. It is csll muted tbut the general -advance of from five I,, net-en per ,-cnt will cost the l.noa textile ni.innf.K ( or i -s OJHI.IMOi a year, to sonic ef ilv T.nw renic i : i 1 1 m it la tin, b rsioed tli.it, Hie rls.' wlll lie at least u r cent for many cla.-r, s of h I i. Preliminary Hearing of Accused Wife Postponed; Love Un ' shaken Despite Charge of . Attempted Murder. ITlj alanine f I Waarfcil Inal Wlra l Atlenta. J-.m March II. The pre liminary hearing of Mrs. l'a' y I pi-Ora.-r. cliara,! with . Hhootmsj her husband. KoRihe II. flrace, ws post pon.d llay until next Tu.sdiiy ow Icr to tie- hus!,Miira iinnrt-iln .ondl II, n. " tlrjn's physician r-llrte th.-lr rtxlaraiien that he may ! rrlppll fe"r ll? if he dK. rcroif r. An X-ray t ntr'iiiH.n hnwi I be bullet reminir aaii, (he spine. Inn rnad f th XMn:liii)in. Mrs. Jr'. .is (9..t. (I as )ing "I a!l ure be will li e. He teiist l-t (ainina mmiih. Ills healih pr'' comf'rtt Biean eerjthinj to me Hin day h "ill know what a t.-rrlbl. n,'s:ake he has mad" All that I ak la that he ret welL Vy love ia greater than f.r." PRAYS IIIII RECOVER! DF HUSBAND Federal Judge Carpclitqr at Chicago Turns Down Motion of Counsel for Defendants, Hv Mornilif .loiirnul Km-rlal I,r,Med Vt'lrf.l (MilciiKo. March 12.-l'u ted .-ita'cs District JiiiIko Carpenter today re fused to take from the Jury the case of the ton t'hlitiKo packers churned with criminal violation of tliu Siief. man law. Trie unrumentH of defendants' clam involves a dissection of tho evi dence as a base," said Judge I'arpen Krni. tht the allegations in tho In dictment were at variance wun tne tn.ts In that it mentioned Morris anil Company of New Jersey an boln In the fresh meat business while Rs a matter of fact Morris and Company i.f Maine were the corporation hand IIiik this brunch of the. hiivlnuss. TAFT ENDORSED BY REPUBLICANS OF TENNESSEE. i State.-Convention -i Meeting at Nashville Takes 'Unanimous Action; Governor Hooper Re nominated, 1117 Miiralna Jonraal nnrrtut ttri Wire. I Ni.ahville. Teiin., March IK. In e-nentioii n irnrkal.le that not n dia- senllnu vole S cMt oil i.llV .l.-St Ion, the rcpubli.i.n iiarty of Ti -nin-we to iliiy iioidc neininaiiiitiM lor to nt.-.le offices: en.b.rncil I'realrtenl Taft for rem. rein. ill. .n end adjourned "Ine dir. Governor ren. V. HiMiper wta re nominated hk aM Juilae H II Cat., of Newport, for the office of Judge f the court of civil iipptals. , tn.iM ii i Hivn h .tisr, isriu i:i r'ii tait l:..Bn.-. Vii., March 12. Four lelecnles at laiKe Inatructed to votej f,.r tiie reiioioiniitlen of Prcalil'-nt Tuft were nained t.ile toiilKht by th j lrulnia republican state .invention. This puts Into Ihe Taft column the) ntlre Virginia at lie d. lcKatlon ofj twi-nty-fotir vit- In the Chteaffi ion- ten) inn. 4- rraiiH- ami tnrn Mal.'lMil." Kn rriili.-la.-o. Marh 12. Pro moter F!.J.:i flrani y announced today that he had matched Johnny Krayne the Fin Kran.-laoo liKbtwelKht, ard I runki" i:urn. of alairt. tor a tr nty-rounda flirbt on the evening of Mare Ith. The men lll weigh In at I8i pminila at i o'.-b k. m. with 111 M, W1UI ! P "m he ' mMtuaam, n mmi), ana ieciT yew MMtc ef tin tane Thm $4.00 (Uk iuustration in advertisement eUewbert In thia issae) tj wrBsTEH "nd m fu'I Limp Lea;her, flexibla, ataanprd ta void 21 ltmw . on dick and tidt t, I Mci-nM a Tth general contents tnrMJar plates, Cumeroas luhjecti Preaent at this office six eoasacuUva fn tS.fK It It !!-tl ttM um as the kook. . ert la the ttiU o( btadine - which U ia lull Utthei, vita I i T I lip eases ma 1 Bonua ol ead tke 81c Aaw Be-k W Mefl. F AlbUCIUeiqUe Mail F 0 f M C T Travels for Month from Nome to Reach Cordova En Route to Seattle and San Francisco, - JudKtt Xt. art. ltodey, former dele- mite In congress from New Mexico, j who la now in Seattle and will lntirj Tit ir. Vr-firi. Ito,, li i iti fri aai to Fan Frnnclreo on business be- fore the court of appeals, In hla, capacity as m'ted Ptates dlslrlct at i lorrev. wlih he'idqiiarters at Nome,' had a unique experience on h!n Jotir-j ney from Nome to Cordova, taMmi a steamer at the latter point. Mr. Rodey, who spent a. month on tho trip from Ihe neur-Polar ri-Rlons to the con'.l- SANTA FE TIMETABLE effective January SO, 1013. Westbound. I Arrives .. 7:20p . .10:56a ..10:10p Depart U:10i' 11:26a lt:06 I2:4ii 1:45a Jo. 1 Cal' Express , No. S, Cal, Limited , No, 7 Mex.-Cal. mp So. 9 Cal. Fast Mall ll:60p No, 19 Ue Luxe Thursday only 8:30a ICamt bound. Mo. J Tiair. Kxp S:S5p No. 4 Limited 5:36p No, 8 Bast Kxp , 6:60p No. 10 Overland Exp. . t.-UOa No. 20 De Luxe Wednes day only 9:00p El I'aso Train, No. 809 Mcx. Kxp No. U VA l'nso Pass 4:20i 6:0S 7:26l 1:86a 9:10p! 18:10a s:10s No. I0 K. C. A Chi. :00a No. slS K. C. ft Chi. :20p lloswell, Clovls and Amarlllo. No. 811 Pecos Val. Exp 7:l No. (12 Aubucj Kxp.... lP t. JUIIIVMIW, Arm ' THERE'S NO EXCUSE for complaining about the hlah oat of bread, cakes, etc., when thia sir ran be qonvenlently reached. Tou aK rather Into in coming, many of yaar friends have been hero long aco, ani ofton since. Make up for. your rtelny by comlnif now and learning that your Idea of the excesalve coat of bread. cakes, plea, etc., Is wrong. PIONEER BAKERY 207 South First Street. 44 Oak and Maple Builders' Albuquerque Lumber IIIMlllltltt ItTltTTTT'tTT RODEY BY DOG TEAM N AR ALASKA 3 . i Montezuma Trust Company ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO Capital and Surplus, $100,000 INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS Jj naiirViuaw are mtkm M llMM I I trwnt Um M w el mm Tj raiarir, thiMim. hh eai pnnted on Bible paper, with red edge f at dcKribed elsewhere thrre are mac 4 by monotone, 16 par oi I J"i m' Dictionary coupons aad to VoC X Tbc $2.00 vvrn!Ta-a Nrw Itln-trateel UlCl.ONAarV U ta ba, etatnped ana took ha MM me, smm BlaUp &m. ken el mi the eek I a . f and tharte are emitted. BIX I m q Z - i IOC 12 Eitn Im nental 1'nlted states, traveled fror.i Nome to Cordova by dog sledge, u 1 journey of several weeks through tho bleiik and snowy wastes of the north ern territory und, according to Mrs. liodcy, who has received letters telling of the trip, the former delegate con siders himself riuallllcd to be as skill ful a "nuisher" as the best of them. Mr. ltodey writes that for Alaska tho winter has been on unusually mild, open one, which, however, should not lie confounded with a mild winter In I New Mexico. ! It is pom.il.le that Judge Rodey may i riS"?. Z"X case It Is poasiblo he may find time to make n brief visit with h.'s family here. ' Try a Journal Want Ad. Results i NntlODllI rflUflflrV At t I'UUUIIUI I UUIIUI J Machine Co. General Foundry Work, Iron and Brass Castings. BABBITT METAL. Albuquerque, New Metko. Writing Tablets 5c each Worth !! nml I So. clenn up odil lota. Wc wish to Williams Drug Co. UIiip I-'ront. 117 N. Central. Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON for Picture Frames Fourth Street and Copper Ave. THE WM. FARR COMPANY Whnlesala and llctall Dealers lo lltUSH AMI SALT HIKAT9 Kaiinnccs n HM-li,liy. For cattle and hogs the bluest mar ket nrices are tnld I FRENCH FERILE isl tftftM IPILLu. aim rinin Stiim ft Sui I mm: mm liniiM, SIVf I MIWS TI Mil. ' r sr' tm m., l.urt.wM r Ib-.IIM. Sl pTpl H!r'k-1' a-lll wM nwmMin.tota Nr rllw-l. Mr,.l I rw. II j ml m M ten itea m4 1WI eWl la vw.Tro atPICH CO.. Ml T4. Umhhi. Pm, fit It Hrmfttf F I. 0ll h Ca, Bend our colled clothaj t The Duke City Cleaners S30 WIvST GOlM AVX. ' The moat up-to-date eleanlaff plant In New Mexico. . OiiUUrfe Orders HoiVetted. ' Polished Flooring Supplies Co., 423 N. first Street tttrtTtH !.