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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1912.
ti::.ei LAS VEGAS SIGNS UP STAR PLAYERS FOR 'Chief Lockhart of Last Year's .Maroons' Will Again be on Team; Plenty of Good Talent . in View. ' Rprrlal Correspondence to Morning Jearaal) La Vegas X. M., April 3. Two stars of the diamond, "Chief" Lock hart, the ex-Maroon, mill I. A. Shir ley, of Manhattan, Kan., will un doubtedly appear In the line-up of the Las Vcg.is Maroons this summer and M6naer E. T. Plowman has a number of other cracker jack player on the string. Lockhart, who Is at . .. . iH u'hittlAK (".it llie p.rn.'in iuiict in ii limn i, v a i . , hits expressed his willingness to siRii a contract for lSU and will be In Lin VPSa'4n about a' month. .Shir ley who is auid to lie a star sec ond sucker, ia one of the finds Mr. Plowman made on his recent trip to Kansas. Shirley is playing with Man hattan In the Kansas lenRiie, but wants to come to Vcbbs and Ret into independent ball. Mr. Plowman also has in line- a first- baseman,) who is with the Manhattan learn. This man Is a left hnnder and Is said to be one of the best inillnl Backers In the state. However, finding good players isj the least of Mr. plowman's worries j as he ha communications from all ' corners of the west from players who J want to don the uniform of the Man ronm for it he season of 19T2. Hut to pick the best of the lot will be no easy Job. Since long; before the u' Runlzatlon of the club Mr. Plowman has had players in line and he ran take his pick from a long Hut. "Bud dy" Nelson and Polly" Parr, one of last year's batteries, are anxious to , come back for this reason and Tom- ..... T in. kn i.t t.n Initrlnr .n.vi TVInL dad, has expressed a desire to poln the pitching: staff of the Maroons.. ' "Chic" Anderson, of the Kansas State league, c. K. i unnmjrnam or oenver, J. B. Hcgan, of California, and nu merous others till with recommenda tions from baseball men of standing are among the number on the string. Lou Smith, the "Injun," who sip.n ed up with the Chicago "Cubs" and has been released to the Louisville, " Am erii1r!Roeia tton" lea nV sh Ymt hii i' psovided he fails to make good with the Colonels, he will return to Las Vegas. However, the probability of his failing ' to stick with Louisville seems small as from the papers of that city he is delivering the goods. IVAN OLSEN CHOSEN CAPTAIN OF CLEVELAND AMERICANS FOR 1912 Cleveland, April 1. Ivan Olseti, shortstop, will be captain of the Cleveland Americans thla season. An nouncement was made hy Manager Davis at New Orleans today. It had been thought that Larry I.njole would be captain. Olsen ployed with Cleveland last year, hav ing come from the Portland club in the Pacific Coast league. HIGHLAND CUBS ARE -VICTORS. OVER ST. MARYS; SCORE 13-12 In nn exciting ten-inning game played yesterday afternoon between the Highland Cuba and the fit. Mary's school team, the Cuba were victorious', winning the same by a score of 13 to 12. Both tfms played sensational ball and the errors were few. The Cuba are after the amateur championship cf Albuquerque In their class and al ready the team Is playing In mid-season form. ITS BALL CLUB For the Slender Purse We have provided a line of Suits which are the sensation of the season. Styleplus $ 1 7 the world over. In blue serges, fancy casimeres, worst eds'and cheviots. All wool, perfectly tailored. Abso lutely guaranteed, by us, as well as the makers. Come and see us. THE CENTRAL AVENUE CLOTHIER TOMORROW S BALL TO BE FAST For First Time This Season University of New Mexico Will Meet Team Representing Indian School, By far the best baseball game of the season thus far Is expected tomor row afternoon, when teams represent ing the University of New Mexico and the Cnlted States Indian Industrial tichool will play at Traction pane The same will be called at 3:3V o'clock. The Indians have played aevrr.il games this season and have won witii ease In every contest. Aside from u practice game or two, the University team has not engaged In any regular contestB, but since the 'Varsity boy have been practicing faithfully. , they expect to win tomorrow. ' . The game will wltneRs the opening of the Intercollegiate baseball seusoty Season tickets will be distributed' Id day to those who have subscribed fcjr them, and also will be Bold to thoi4e who may desire them. A considerable reduction is made for the purchase of aciiann tickets. ' . ' Coach Hutchinson of the university x pedes to turn out an ull-winnini? ball club on the hill this year. GOLF TOURNAMENT NARROWS DOWN to EVANS AND TRAVIS . Plnehurst, X. C. April S. Charles Evans, Jr., of Kdgewalpr, and Waller .1. Travis, promise to be the final con testants In the twelfth annual united south and north amateur golf cham pionship which continued with one match round today. Evans won a closely played twenty-hole match from Dr. C. II. Gardner of Agawan, while Travis disposed of J. D. Stan dish, Jr., winner of the "United". In 190, seven up and six to play. The surprise of the day was the defeat of-V. C; Fownes, Jr., of Oak mont, the 1910 champion, hy Chester N. fihiUipat-of -'flreeBwicb,; two down at the tenth. " The remaining pair In the cham pionship are Walter Fairbanks ol in. Denver Country club, and llnicIC J Topping" of the Greenwich Country club, who defeated E. L. Siofleld, Jr., of Weeburn, and S. U. Wyntt of Fond du Lac. CHICAGO WILL HAVE CLUB IN NEW U. S. BASEBALL LEAGUE Chicago. April 3. William C. Nell sen, one of the promoters of the Co lumbian baseball league, announced tonight thnt the organization would not take the field this year and that Chicago would b.- represented In the United States eague. Nelsen' further said the United States league season would open on May 1 and close on October 1. Nlesen snld that grounds probably would be secur-d In New York for the United States league. "A telegram from President Whit man of the league today," he said, "In formed me that grounds had been lear-Ml In' New York and a manager en gaged. This will make the line-up, ChlcuKO. Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Clncl nattl, Washington, Heading. Pa., Rich mond, Va., and New York.'" NOTICE TO SAXTA FE i;MPIYF.S. There will be no tickets for the In ternational Concert Company, Elks' opera house, Thursday evening, April 4th. House open for employes only 7:45; for outsiders 4:15. Curtain raise 8130, GAME PROMISES TOMMY KILBATJE 111 THE CITY; MAY FIGHT HERE Sparring Partner of Feather weight Champion Passes Through Albuquerque on Chi- . cago Limited Last Night. Tommy Killano. a spurring partner of Johnny Kilbane, featherweight champion, passed through the city last night on the Chicago limited, on his ivay horn to Cleveland after a loo ? stay on the coast. . Although Johnny Kilbane and he htivc lived on the sumo street almv curly boyhood, although they went to sehi-ol together, and though each hl won irom the other twkv, they ure not related any nearer than sixth (Oiislnshlp. Each has won two oecl- slons over the other, the winning of the last one by Johnny Kilbane mark ing his start toward the top In the IMjjilistlc world. , Tommy Is now sparring partner for he champion, and will go to X.?w York to appear with him In vaudeville. Tommy los also fought a few bunts on his own hook, and Is' well known ili light weight and heavy feather weight circles. He appeared much interested , in vetting a bout in Albuquerque, anJ esk .Hl many questions regarding what tho house would bring, how well the Ifi'iuc" wus supported here, etc. Tommy gave it hs. his opinion that Johnny Kilbane would not fight for ii weeks or more, at least, hardly un til he hail completed his appearances IK A'uud n lllo for thla season. "He will fight first In Cleveland," he said, "lie wants to give his home town the first chance at him now. Then ho will go to Pittsburgh and fight right round over the circuit where he got his ;terl." Johnny ia two years older than Tommy, though slightly lighter. Tom my Is willing to light here If a suit able match can be arranged for hlu.. when he passes through here on his way buck to the coast. OAKLAND MIDDLEWEIGHT - WANTS TO FIGHT HERE Walter Smnton,, of Oakland, Cal., middleweight, who has held the cham pionship o fthe Puclfic coast In hi" class for Several years, and who h.vs mlt Filly iPapkr, Stanley ketehel and any number of lesser lights, is In Albuquerque, and has asked promoter Mark Levy of the New, Mexico Ath letlc club to get him a match here on the occasion of his next card. Promoter Levy last night wired to Denver, Ijon Angeles and Kansas City In nn effort to get a man good enough to moot Stanton. Jack Mitchell, who knocked out Al Rmaulding Tuesday night, would have been given the pre lerence. but Mitchell does not want to fight so soon again, having made ar rangements to go from Kl Paso to Philadelphia In a few daya for an ex tended trip during which ho expects to appear before a number of eastern clubs. Levy is already laying plans for hi' next exhibition bouts and a card which will please the fans more than did the one Tuesday night, is in pros pect. JACK JOHNSON RUNS AFOUL OF GOVERNMENT CUSTOMS AUTHORITIES Chicago, April 3. Jack Johnson, negro, world's champion pugilist, will be prosecuted by the United States government for smuggling, unless ,600 Is paid as penalty for secretly bringing, according to the govern ment, a $,000 diamond necklace Into this country from Europe without paying duty. . . . Itlflc Team For Pnnniiis. Washington. April 3. Uiflemen who have not started for Washington to take part in the tryouts for the rifle team to be sent to the Pa nam hooting tournament in Argentina next month will wait until Saturday when the Cutlve comrr(ie'l tf the National Hlfle association which Is making an 6ffort to raise money to pay the expenses of the team, will decide whether the trip must be abandoned. Ferns and PIrson MntclMil. Kunsaa Cltv, April 3. Clarence Ferns, of Kansas City, who claims the welterweight championship of the world, and Charlie Plerson, of Den ver, were matched here tonight to fight ten rounds before the Orande Avenue Athletic club, April 12. They will weigh 149 pound at o'clock. IKl'ttt to Accept Terms. Du Bote, Pa., April 3. L'y a vole of-l to t .the delegates repre senting: 40.00H miners of district num ber two," United Mine Workers of America, decided today to nccept th recommendation of District President Gilday and continue work until April IS at least. A meetinT of the pcale committee and operators will be held Frldsy. ft kln of ecty . m Jof rorw I St. T. Fella Oeuraud'a Ortontal Cream or Maioal BMutitl. Hts Tn, fla y..i r.i a4 Mia l)w alctiv H4 every k'e,M o fcarMlf. mn4 rf m 4;i.tio. ft km matt IhtUm 44 to e l "tm w lw, InklMnH to prrswvly MM hompt mttbvw fnt at nia. MM. Dr. L A ft,r 4 It kklf k t- a oMit 4iamB4 Crtm' m 1U VSI fc-natai I U.. imm-U t-fa. tk4 t aiM m. a int m4 tui4 n Pacific' Coast League I 1 11 At l.os Angeles -! It. 11. K. Los Angeles 7 11 ..4 Portland & 113 ' llatterlos Chech and Hobs; Koest ner and Hawley. At Sacramento It. II. K. Vernon . . . I ' " Facrnmento 4 II " Batteries Castletoii and llrown: Willlaine.ami Cheek. At San Francisco1 ' . It. H. K. Oakland 3 ' Kan Francisco 3 1 1 latteries Christian Paker and Schmidt. and ( Milne; Practice Games At St. Iouls St. Louis Americana 3; Nationals 1. ; At Jopltn, Mo'.. Chicago American, second team, B; Omaha Western league, 8. At ' Indianapolis Indiunnpollfi 3 New York Americana 4. f At Petersburg, Va Petersburg, 0: New York Americans 8. At Richmond, Va. Richmond 2; Boston Nationals 5. At Wlmrtnn Salem, N. C. Winston Salem 0; New York Nationals 6. At Louisville Louisville 1; Chicago Nationals .. At Chattanooga Chattanooga 4: Detroit Americans 4. 1 Innings.) At Washington Washington. 8; 'NeW York Nationals' G, At N'ew Orleans-r-Nijw Ollean 3: Phthulelphla Americans 4., , At' Oklahoma City Oklahoma' Ciiv 1! Chlcaito Americans . 'v BOB M0HA BATTERS ,.-: , JIM SMITH AT WILL; FIGHT ENDS IN EIGHTH New York, April's. P.o)i, Mnhii. of Milwaukee,, battered Jim tfmllh, ol New York,' so badly in a scheduled ten round bout at the Nutional Sport ing club tonight that Smith's seconds threw up the sponge to save their man from ft knockout In the eighth round. . Smith weighed 171 pounds at the ringside and Moha Ifiii. In every round up to the eighth Mnha simply toyed with the big fellow and upped cut him steadily. At tlu opening of the eighth Moha sent a hard left to the stomach, putting Smith down for the count of nine, and when he got U. Aloha showered lefts and rights u: the head ainl fuee) until lh sponge wan thrown into the ring. , The "Peerless One" Takes a Rap at Taft and Hits Roose velt's Third Term Ambition; Advocates Expense Publicity, B Mnrnlna- Jnnrnnl Rpeeliil Leaned Wire.! Des Molne, la., April S. William J. Pryan tonight expressed the hope that congress by legislative enactment shoily w."l tell the prf'ldent he must not "retire to the dark room ot the white house and there develop his judicial negatives for the supreme; or federal benches." Mr. Pryan was the principal speaker at the annual banquet of the Iowa Jefferson club and reiterated his charges that fJovernor Harmon was the candidate of Wall street. Mr. I'.ryan advocated nnte-conven- tlon publicity of campaign funds, as sailed Colonel Roosevelt's 'third term ambitions," said President. Taft was fundamentally" an aristocrat, who, according to Roosevelt did not bellevr the people "could be trusted to run their government, ' and praised Sena tor I l'ollette as the original pro gressive In the republican party. Mr. Itryan left for Chicago tonight to continue his cpeuklng tour. Free with a Journal want ad, a photo coupon worth $1.50. HARMOFJ CANDIDATE F WALL STREET SAYS BRYAN V 1L J Jl Y l L J c p. one . t,nrya.u and- )larmin-g have taken j luncheon' together. 'lt Is likely that j the weather was the chief topic of conversation. LEGAL NOTICES. NWKK OF RKPl'tUilCVriON. Department ejf the Interior U. S. Land office at Santa N. M., March 15, 1912. Notice Is hereby given that Mooney, weimore, ot l.aguna, m., wno, on October 25, ItMtti,1 mad homestead No. 07907. for NV. 1-4 SVV. 1-4; ! tlon 24. townshlpi 7 N rimge C W., N. M. P. Meridian, has filed notice ot Intention to make ( 1 five yearl proof, to establish' t-lalm to the land above described, before -A. E. Walker, probate clerk, at Albuquerque,. N. M., . on the 2tlth day of April.-in ti. 'Claimant names ns wnnesses: John S. Pradt lllil Kte, Juanlto Slsero. Bert Wetuiore, all of Laguna, N. M. MA.N'L'Dl, It. OTKHO. Register. March 1. April 1. i NOTICK Fll PI IH.ICATMJA. Department of the Interior. jU. S. Lund Office. afSinta Fe, N.-M. March 20, 1912. Notice Is hereby given that Ellas S. Serna, of San Rafael, N. M who, on March 3, l0fi, made homestead entry No. 903R.0728R. forW.H, H.K. V4. W.tt N. E. U , Sec. 8, T. 1 1 N., R. 1 0 W., N. M. P. meridian, has filed notice of in tention to make final five-year proof to establish claim to the land above described, before Sllventre Mirabel, United States Commissioner, at Ran Rafael, N. M., on the 4th day of May, 1912. Claimant names as witnessea: Pedro N. Sllva, Jose A. Sabedra, Tireto Ma rino, Pablo Callages, all of San Rafael, N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. Mar. 22-Apr. II. ; I XOTICH lOH PI'nMCATION. , 'Department of. the Interior.;. U. SI-and Office, itt Siintn I'e, N. M. 1 . . March 20, 1912. , Notice Is" hereby given that Jimn Serr.'n, of San Rafael, N, M., who on March 1.1,' 190(1, made hofilesfead en try No. (lOST-OTSSS, for K. 'A. S. V); V! K. ',4, X- W aectlon S, township 11 N range 10 V X. M. T. meridian. has filed notice of Intention to'ma.'te final five-year proof, to ' establish claim to the land above described, be fore Sllvestra Mirabel, IT, S. Commis sioner, nt Kan Rafael, N. f.,'on the 4th day of May, l8U. Claimant names n witnesses; "Pedro X. Sllva, Josn A. Sabedra, Tlrclo Ma rlno, pnblo Onllegos, all of San Ra fael, N. M. MAXUEL It. OTKHO. Register. Mar. 22-Apr. 21. xtrrici: of rfpcri mwtiox. Department of the Interior V. S. Land Office at Santa Fe, N. M. March 2, 1912. Notice Is hereby given that Jacob Skofleck. of Pox 112, Albuquerque, X. M who, on August 21, 1905, made homestead No. 8,474, for SW. 1-4 section 27, township 10 N., range SR., X. M. P. Meridian, has filed no tiee' of Intention to makq final, five year prof',,.o eJltaUUnlj fluiiu ,t the land above described, before A. K. Walker, probate clerk, at Albuqiier que, N. M., on the 7th day of May, mis. Cialmnnt names at witnesses: Allan C ltone, Joseph tiagner, Mrs. L. K. Werner, Kdwnrd C. LIppHt, all of Al buquerque, X'. M. MAXCEL R. OTKRO, Register. March 31, May 1. XOTK'K OF RFPCHUCATJOX. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Santa Fe, N. M., March 15, 1912. Xotlce Is hereby given that Rert Wetmore, of Laguna, X. M., who, on December 1 3, 1906, mucin homesteud Xo. 10881. lor 8W. 1-4, 8V, 1-4, aec tlon IS, township 7 X., range '4 W., X. M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to mako final five-year proof, to estnbllsh claim to the land above described, before A. K. Walker, probate clerk, at Albuquerque, X. M., on tho 20th day of April. 1B12. Claimant names " witnesses: John S. Pradt, Hill Kie, Juanlto Klsrro, Mooney Wetmore, all of Laguna. X. M. , MANUEL R. OTKRO. ' Register. March 1. Anrl' 1 PROPOSALS FOR MUCK I HOS PITAL HCILDIXO. Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C, Feb. 2fl, 1912. Healed proposals, plainly marked on the outside of the sealed envelope: "Proposals for Brick Hospital, Moqul Indian School, Arizona," and addressed to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Washington, D. C, will be received nt the Indian office until 2 o'clock p. m. April 22, 1912, for the erection of a MlCHELn TIRE ... . " r ' Reduced Kt'KM'TIVK l-'Fllltl' ARY ISIh. It1 As last ur, .MR IIFI.IN wan lli-t "As I'Mial'' li le tire iis. i tin .benefit of Jt'4uM-l prUvs. . COMPARISONS SHOWING SAVING. Kl.F. F.XVFI.OPFK 1 OKMI K . I'lIK M 32x3Vi $25.85 34x4 39.10 36x4Vz 52.90 37x5 66.10 $24. SO 35.75 47.25 58.75 THE SUPERIORITY OF MICHELIN TIRES IS RECOGNIZED ALL OVER THE-WORLD IN STOCK BY Albuquerque Cycle & Arms Co ALBUQUERQUE. N. M. ' LEGAL NOTICE. brick, hospital building, at the Moqul Indian Sclinol, Arixona, in strict ac cordance with the plans, specifica tions and Instruction to bidders, which may be, examined at this office, the office of the Supervisor of Con struction, Denver, Colorado, the of fices of the Rullder and Contractor, I .os Angeles, California, the Arlxena lluxette, Phoenix, Arizona, and the Morning Journal, Albuquerque, New Mexico, the V. 8. Indlnn Warehouse!, at Chicago, . III., St. I.oviH, Mn and San Francisco, Cat., the Ilulklers" and Traders' Kxchiinges at St. Paul,' Minn,, and Omaha, Nebr., and at tho school. For further Information, apply to the Superintendent of the Moqul Indian School, Keanis Canon, Arixona, C, F. Unlike, Acting Commissioner. Mar. I-2l-24-2fi-!:-31-Apr. 1-4-7. B ALD RID G LUMBER COMPANY Paints, Glass, Cement, Roofinf and Builder's Supplies. ci.-er .''If.' TAKIXO THIXtJS COOU.Y Is essenllal to both health and happi ness. 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