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1HE AL&UQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY, APRIL 13,1912.
THREE STANDING OF THE CLUBS National League. i Won. Lost, r-t. 1.000 1.000 .500 .f.oo .000 .000 .000 .000 ' Cl ieliinntl 2 t jittfton 2 lirnsklyn . 1 jCew ,Yoi k 1 pittsl'Ui'Kh . St. Louis n Philadelphia 0 Chlcugi 0 American league Won. Lost. ret. 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .ooo .ooo Philadelphia Chicago Cleveland . Huston . . . . St. I. mils . . . Washington Detroit . . . . New York . . . . . . 2 0 .000 .000 WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY National l.ltisin'. Pittsburgh nt SL Louis. Philadelphia at Boston. New York tit I'.rooklyn. Chicago at Cincinnati. American League. Detroit at Cleveland. St. Louis at Chicago. Washington ut Philadelphia. Huston at New York. NATIONAL LEAGUE Pionklyn, I: New York, Urooklyn. April 12. Hrnohlyn evened up matter:! with New York, win riin'f mainly on I ho poor work of Shaft r at short. Ho had three field ing chances und foxzled them all. The bungling offset Tcs'.roau's pond pitohint-T, tho youngster allowing only three hits. K noisier pitched well up to the seventh, when two passes ami a kUikIo filled the bases. He Bve way to Kohardl. who blanked the side, and then struck out three men In the eighth when play was slopped by darkness. , (-'core: . Now York Hrookln . Hatteries: U. II. K. . . .000 100 102 tl I . . . 102 O00 0 1 3 2 TcmcHU and Myers; Knetzcr, Sehnrdt und Erwln. Cincinnati. 8: Cliicivin, '2. Cincinnati,, April 1 2. Mil ntyre weakened after nine gruelling In nings un,i by allowing throe hits in the tenth permitted Cincinnati t win the second game of the Krii:t with Chicago, llcnton was hit harder earlier in tho contest, but kept the safeties well mattered. In the tenth singles by Heiiton, P.cschcr and llohliuell brought home the win ning run for Cincinnati. With the exception of Tinker all the players fielded well. Score: It- H. K. Chicago ....Ooo 101 ono 0 X 2 Cincinnati . .000 101 000 1 2 7 0 li.itts ries: Mclntyre ami Archer; Pinion and McLean. ltoston, I: Philadelphia, 2. PoKton, April 12. Philadelphia fought hard to avert defeat, but T!os toii won again. Hunched hits in the fourth and eighth innings gave the locals Ihelr runs, while Tyler hold Philadelphia to a lone tally until the list inning. Then two pusses and a single by I. interns filled the bases and Walsh singled, sending Paskert home. With none out ami the bases still iMIcd Doolan hit into a double play and lira ham fanned. Killifor was foieod to retire in the fourth inning by a badly injured hand. SVore: li. H. Postoii 000 -JOO 02" 4 X 1 Philadelphia ..010 ooo 0"! 2 r, 2 (latteries Tyler anil Kling; I'.ren naii and Killifor, Cruham, St Loiils-rittsl'til-g (iaiHo I "ol "oiled. St. Louis, April 12. St. Louts J'itt&Lurg game postponed; rain. AMERICAN LEAGUE Chicago, I; SI. Ijoiiis, . Chicago. April 12.--Chicago made it two flralght from St. Louis, win ning art i.-xtnt inning game. The Fame vp h a pitcher's hatlle b"twi-cti '"tt and Powell and tho wlnnkig i ' til THE VKUY liJ-T WHEAT Inly i used to make tho flour which P"es into ur l-rvail. And thn vorj lT1 methods only are employed to produce both the flour and the bread. You'H p)ie the b-oks of cur bread hoo Voit are 1t."A'ou'M like lt Uate till better when you try It. PIONEER BAKERY 207 South First Street. Mogollon and Auto Line Stage DAILY Lat Fllvw City 7 a. A rrtv M'wMlon 4 p. m. Ltat M oca I ion T Wk. Arriv Kllicr City 4 p. Bk Pprrtal f ar na Rimt. CkJI mt AiMreM: O, W. UmnVrU, hnjl MIC CKf. S. M. . . run resulted from tt double, a mo rifico uixl a single. Score: K. II. K. Chicago ...000 000 100 1 2 ,7 2 St. Louis 010 000 000 0 1 1 1 1 flatteries: Scott and Block; Powell anj Kriehell. I'lllladelpiria, :t; Wi'dlillgtoll, t. Philadelphia, April 'I:!. Morgan pitched wonderful ball against Wash ington and Philadelphia won lts sec ond Kame today. Only One hit, a single by Moeller, which Hurry held in the Infield, was made off Morgan. Tho la'ttef struck out eleven batsiijcn, fanning the Hide in the fifth and eighth sessions. Philadelphia, won by bunching hits, hi - the fourth inning,- Score: H. 11. K. Washington ..000 100 000 1 1 2 rhlladolphta .000 200 Oil' 3 7 0 Hatteries: Walker und Henry, Will iams; Morgan and Thomas. Cleveland, I: Detroit, 2, (Cleveland, April '12. Cleve.lan'd de feated Detroit iiKtiin ' today. Dele hanty was put out of the same for arguing witli I'mplre Perrine. In the third Kastorly wan taife on Hush's error, stole second And came home on Hutcher's single. In the sixth Jackson doubled, Lajoie was passed purposely and Ryan , singled, scorinj Jackson. In the eighth Olson singled, Jack son doubled and Ijijnlo singled, pro ducing two runs. Detroit's first run was the result of hits by Cnynor, Stanauo and Vitl. The other was scored by Perry on his double, a passed ball and liaynor's fly. Score: Cleveland . Detroit ... Hatteries:' Willett und 11. II. K. . . .001 001 02" . . .000 010 001 liaskettc and Stantige. -4 7 1 2 6 4 Kastorly; P.o-ton, 5: New York, 2. Now York, April 12. Huston made it two straight over Now York to day, I'uck p'Hiien out-pitching l'-ord. The feature of the game ivas the batting of Stahl, -who, in five times at bat, made four singles and drew a pass. Boston won the game' in the firht inning when It scored thivo runs on two passes:, Speaker's home, run and Lewis' double. Haiti loll during the latter part of tho game. .Score: H. H. E. Heston ...... .300 000 020 5 10 0 New York 100 000 100 2 6 2 Hatteries: ' O'Brien and ' Carrlguti; Ford, Warhnp and Street. AMERICAN ASS0OIATI0N At Indianapolis St. Puul, 7; In dianapolis, 2. At Lotiisvlllo Minneapolis, Louisville, 8, At Columbus Kansas City, 1 1 Columbus, 3. At Toledo--MUwaukoo, 0; Toledo, C. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE At Sacramento: Score: San Kraftclsco . . . Sacramento Hatteries: l'oly honey and Hart. Tt. II. K ..... 1 (i 2 8 Horry; Mu Innings). and (Ton At San Francisco: Score: It. If. K. Portland 2 8 4 Oakland 3 II 1 Hatteries: Mendel-son LeLonge; Christian ( F.leven Innings). and and Hawley, Mitze. At Los Angeles: Score: Vernon Los AngeU s K. 1 1. .2 10 .3 11 Pattorles: Carson und Ilrown Hale and Holes. (Fifteen innings). SOUTHERN LEAGUE At Atlanta Atlanta 13; Chatta- nooga 0. At N w Orleans Mobile V. All other games -New Orleans 6; posipoio'i' ; rain. Dos .M"ln Iloati ( Miiiiuwa. Dos Moines, April 12, Moin -s Western league t Tho Des am d'-feat-Assoclalion. It. II. K. , . . 1 10 0 ..290 ed tho ottuinwa Central Score liesCMolnos .', , i. ( Ultima UNITED STATES RIFLE TEAM IS CHOSEN FOR PANAMA TOURNAMENT Wa.sliinglon, April 12. The rlHo tenin which will represent the I nitod States at tho Panama shooting tourna ment next month will ho compos d of tho following who. in the trials, hold at Wlnthrop. Maryland, during Iho last three days, made these averages out of a possible 2,400: Captain Stuart M. Wise. Massachu setts Volunteer M Hilary. 1.7!. Corporal John Kneiibel, Seveiity fotirth New York National Cuard. 1,792. Captain W. H.,Hdc. Tennessee Na tional iuiird, 1.7X3. Sergeant O. M. Sohriver. C. S. M. C 1.77S. sw-rgeunt V. A. Lloyd, t M. C 1.771. John W. Conn.. 1.7r,x. Lieutenant ty-ninth I H.Rsl.in. Hi idgciiort, William C. Stoll. Twen- 'nftil States Infantry. 1.727. The last two will act us alternate. Colonel Charbs D. Caitlier, of the Maryland National iuard. will Is (plain of tho team, and Captain J. A. Mess, of the Reneisl staff of the army, adjutant. Th- team will sail from Nw York April 20. II) land ami llaldwln Msu licd. Salt iJtk City. April 12 A ten round bout !wtwc-n Matty Hablwin ind Ilck llvlnnd. Ilnhtwnlchts. Hill lake-pb- t"-r" Ai-lil il a - WILL REQR&NIZE CQAKLEY HAS W! ET BOUTS f SCHEDULED THE STATE AUTO AND BEAT SOME I BY EMPIRE CLUB ASSOCIATION COOD BOXERS DECLARED OFF General Meeting Planned for This City Late in May, - When Sentiment Can be Created for Good, Roads, -i- :r It was l;is night announced by President D. K. H: Hellers that a gen eral statu Wide meeting of the Now Mexico Automobile association would Ike held In Alhuiiuoruuo the Intur part of May, when the old associa tion would undergo a reorganiza tion, which would make it more of tho same sort of an institution as the the associations In other slates ami would give it more power. Colonel Sellers plans to eull the meeting at time when roads will be in good condition, und u number ol the unto people can drive their curs here for the gathering, remaining hero the day or two nccessury to tninsaot the business. While the plan Is more or less in ft nebulous stnto'nt present, it has already re ceived tin.- hourly support of several out of town people, even from men living far off, and u largo attendance Is certain. As It exists af present the state auto assi elation Is more or loss of n local' affair, the eompuratively few members who live dulside the city taking little interest, and attending none of the meetings. It Is desired to change all lliis. In make tho as Soclalion carry weight In good road? legislation and improvement and to hiuke it mi organisation really able to work for bolter .conditions in the stale road system. It is felt that unless some reor ganization of the association takes place it will remain unable to do i groat deal in tho coming campaign for real " Toads throughout Now Mexico, olid drastic reformations ure promised. The reorganization will bo pro ceeded by u general sttito wide good roads mooting which will bo held here earlier In May. Tho pluus for such a gathering wore formed yes terday at a meeting of the principal officers of the Now Mexico' flood Koads association, hold In the office of F, tt. Schwentkof In this oily. At this meeting by laws olid a con stitution wore adopted and ol'liclal pennants and buttons approved, a number of each being ordered. The first installment of buttons 10,000 as tho good roads ponph to enlist all the citizens of the in their campaign if possible, pennants will go to automobile was - plan state The own- era and the owners of vehicles for display on their conveyances. It is expected they will act as a budge and ut the same time stimulate interest and advertise (he movement. An official membership card was adopted, and ono of thc will In gtvon orioh regularly enlisted worker In the cause. Plans wire discussed for u series of meetings to hoort the good roads propaganda In all the principal towns of the state. Tho first mooting wl bo held in' Itfiton as soon proper irrnngements can bo made there. A vigorous membership campaign will h(, adopted ut once, and it hoped to enlist every user of tho every business and al'd every autoino state, as soldiers In best roads in the roads as well us professional man bile owner ill the the fight for tho southwest. The meeting President It. k. Yogas, Secrolury of this city, and loayor-clecl of chairman of the WHS ll I tended by Twitchell, or Las F. H. Schwentkor. D. K. H. Sellers. AMuioui roue, and executive commlt- tee of the association. An elaborate program will be pre pared lor the roads ow-iing loic, in cluding a Klen plicoti lecture by Colonel Twib-hell on good mad:;, line a large attendance is epeel'-i1 tn be present. Imitations will bo sent mayors, county coinni isidoners, postmasters and other officials or prominence throughout thn slate us well as a number of good roads boosters from elsewhere. ' Mi -I'll rla nil lo Meet Malt Wells. New York. April 1 2. ( ieorgc Mac Donald, manager for Matt Wells, the l.'nglith lightweight, announced this afternoon that papers had been sign 'd for a bout with Paokey McFiu find, at Madison Square Cardi'ii, on I he night of April 2. McFarlnnd til rei elvi 1 0,000 for his share ol the gate re ceipts, w hile Wells lias at:re -d to ac cept fifty per cent of the gross gate money and f.fty per cent of tin; mov ing picture returns. They will weigh in ut 1:i! pounds at i o'clock on the aft -moon of the bout. The referee Is to Tip selected three days before thu, contest. 4 lo-o Mali lies In ;oir I'luv. Pinchurst, N. C.. April ll Cosi loatches ruled in today's play of the niil-Aprtl tournament. In tomorrow morning's semi-final F. K. Wilbur, o Alpine, ttie-ts Chisholm l:ca b, of Fox Hills, and N. W. Dean, of Oakley. plas S. D. Wyall. of Fond tin lai Coiistlpstion brings many ailnu'iits In lis train and is the primary cause of much sickness. Keep your bowels regular, madam, and you will escape many of the ailments to which wom en are subject Constipation is a very simple thing, but like many sim ple things. It may . lead to serious conaenuonn s." Nature often needs a little assistance, and when Chanilx-r-lain's Tablets are Riven at the first Indication much dlstrct-a an suffer ing may be avoided. Sold Ly all druggists. Secure high grade, jewelry and silverware at your own price at Vann's Jewelry Auc tion, this afternoon and evening. Since 1907. Fort Wayne Mid dleweight Has Had Many Battles; Has Fought Jack Dillon Twice,- Frank Coakley, the Fort Wayne, I ml., middleweight, put in yesterday doing light training. Ho started out in (ho morning by doing five nillos on tho road und finished up In the af ternoon before a larw crowd of In terested fans In skipping tho rope, punching;' tho bag, and boxing.. In tho absence of any sparring partners, hit manager, Dave Iteynnn, put on tint gloves with him and Hovnon manag ed to -give Coakley fairly good work out. Tho fans tiro enthusiastic about Coakley. Coakley Is a man wilh a record. Though but 2T years old, ho bus mot and dclYniod Rome of tho big fighters In his class. Since 11107 he has a rec ord of vlctorli-s which niak; him a boxer to la figured with, and if ho keeps on climbing the ladder, ho bids fair to bo it champion some day. His record In part follows: Johnny Hakor, draw six rounds, 100 7. Hill Dcllrui r, Idiock-oul, two rounds, 1!I07. ' Jack Hurk, knock-out ions. Kid Horns, draw, ton 10 rounds, rounds, 11I0S. Hugh Mciiaiin, four bout stopped by police rounds, llios, to save Mc- liann from knock-out. lack Daly, won, ten rounds, llio'l. Young tiilmorc, knock-out, throe rounds, lit 10. Milt Kinney,' no decision, ten rounds, 1910. ' Milt Kinney, no decision, ten rounds, 1010. Jack Dillon, lost decision in fifteen rounds, 1 11 1 0. Kube Winters, no decision, ton rounds, 1&10. Dan Davis, no decision, ton rounds, mm. I)an tals, knock-out. seven rounds, 11111. Hill Anderson, won on foul In seven rounds, 1!H 1. Jack Ford, kjnock-ottt in six rounds, 1911.- '' ' ' Jack Dillon, no decision, ton rounds, ion.; -V. Ceiijiy llo)!tli;tusor, six rounds exhi bit ion,! 1 ill I . ' Milt rounds Kinney, knock-out, throe 1012., , HiUfh M ,'J)iiiii, exhibition six round V.'. 1012.:'! i for Walt Ir As Stanton, the Paelfio coast fighter opponent on (ho Flits' Ho , who Is to bo Coakley's next Wednesday night ut uler, ho is (raining hard and carefully lor the e ing bout. He knows thai in Coakley he is going to meet one of th befit men ho has over tackled und like tho latter, wants to win, that ho may nicel Jack Mitchell, the Pennsylvania middleweight chum plon, in this city. May 20lli, when ( it'll purse will be hung up by Pro motor l.''iy, of the New Mexico Ath letic club. Stanton's training quarters tin thronged every afternoon with fans lanxioiis to see him In action. There ar 11111115' who pick him to win, Inn frum one-who has seen both Stanton und Coakley work out, It app-'iirs thai the bout will go to Coakley, either by the knock-out route or on points. Though ho is glvin away weight to Stanton, the ludiauan has an advantage in h -ight and reach. Stanton, on the other hand. Is stoekily built and may be haul In Ket al. Ho has a peculiar poise when in no tion and Hie way he executes his footwork and feints, indicates he is not only a slugger, but a classy boxer. In any i w lit the fans should not be disappoint d in th coming boul. The Da.v-Xenry boul also will be high ola; s. Scary is training In Ihiv city, w hile Day is condil loning him self for the fifteeii-roiuid :n ssioii at his homo in Hi Ion. Day Is kniKvu to be a fi'ihler. while Neury, though ho has never appeared here, lias a good ix-oorifc rhiia far iho first preliminary of of the evening, a lightweight bout eight rounds, has not he n defiiilti ly agreed in, I mi I probably will be to- day. '. PIEflSH SECURES T Denver News Boy Earns Even Creak Decision, Which is Un populai; Battle a Furious Ten Round Contest. (Br Mitrnlnc JMiranl nprrlal lmm4 Wlra. Kanp.is I't'y. April 12. -The teii ronnd bout l i twei n larciice t' Wibl cat") l i rns and Charley Pli rson, of Iw-nver, In n- tonight, mb-d in a draw. Th" tell liMlllilS ri lllliois. Itef- t-ri. Porteons ili-chireil the contest a draw The dei -Ision wax Unpopular. Kerns, who claims tin- eltereigbl charupiotisliip of the world, lid in the fighting Inoii th tap of the gong. In the fourth round he si,rl a clean j knock -tlow u the jiiw. Ho floor for came up ! nana tight "iili a straight rUlit lo la-nwr Ikiv goina to the omit of to. When he l,. w.l the Ksns's City e lth a vicloui left hook. Krom tmn on the fight was tarri- to rierson bi Perns, the last round Is Ing the only one in which the Den ver hoy hnd an advantnre. In the pr- limliiary. Tonne; Karlen U.rn. of l.-iiv r. wss riven the lei li..n ver Vouok Applegate, of okUliutna, DRAW IN BOU IVITHFE1S H F, Waters Forced to Forego Intention of Becoming Full Fledged Promoter Because of Disagreement. : ' The proposed Siiiaiiblliig-Orant and Chavez-Williams bouts on Tuesday night, each scheduled lor twenty rounds, have boon declared off by II. F. Waters, who Thursday, announced his Intention of promoting boxing ex hibitions under tho auspices of tho Kmplro Athletic club, which he had organized for tin- purpose. Waters hud intended staging the bouts at the orpheimi theater, but be cause of Ills Inability to arrange sat isfactory terms with the owner of the theater, he was forced yesterday to call otT the exhibition. Mr. Waters' light card had no co.i ncctlon with that to be staged next Wednesday night at the Klka' theater by Promoter Murk Levy of the New Mexico Athletic club, and the latter exhibition will be staged as already announeed, . .Morrow I igbK I'ligan Today. Los Angeles, April 12, Tommy Hyatt's predicted tiiidillewokhl "world beater,'' Howard Morrow, and licit Fuguu, the shifty San Francisco H,K poiiuder, will meet In jln- Vernon arena tomorrow afternoon In a Iwoii- tv-rouml bout. The winner nruclli ally us ban insured a match wilh l-:ddie Coolly, the eastern claimant of middleweight title. Much man expressed hlnmclf confident of success. COMMERCIAL CLUB TO BACK BUILDING OF NEW BASEBALL PARK The Commercial club is back of a movement to build a down-town baseball park. Willi the object In view of agreeing upon formal plans, pi'exlouH to malting a report to tin club at Its next mooling, tho special commit too appointed recently by Hie club to look into the proposition will moot this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the club. This committee Is com posed of A. II. Strotip, chairman; John Milne, K. F. Hutchinson, lieu ben Peirv and J. K. (ioodoll. The site pn posed for tho new pari is tho Now Mexleo Central Station grounds, adjoining tho Santa Fo tracks north of Tijcras avenue. Al ready superintendent Keuhen Perry has volunteered to have Iho Indian student en r pen 1 1 rs of tho Indian sehooi do tho aiinal work of build lug Iho li nee and grand stauil, pro viding the lumber for tho work Is furnished. Fvery Indlealion points to Albu iiuoi'luo having a first class baseball club to lepresenl II this season. I I Co., Ihs. Sugar, $1, 2(18 N. Ntt-niid A. Coffee street. Try a Journal Want Ad, Results LEGAL NOTICES. KOTICK l'X)K lTIW.IOATIO.V. Department of tho Interior. IT. S. Land Office, nt Santa Fe, N. M. March 20, 1I2. Nollce Is hereby given Unit Juan Script, of Kan Hafael, N, M.t who on Murch IS. 1000, made homestead en try No. 637-Or2S.r, for K. S. K. ', ; K. , N. K. Vt, section S. township 11 N range 10' W., N. M,' 1'. meridian, has filed iiotioe of iiitonllou to ri.iko final five-year proof, to establish claim to the laud abovo described, bi foro Stlvestra. Mirabel, V. S. Commis sioner, ut San Hafael, N. M., on trie 4th day of May. 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Pedro N. Silva, Joso A. Habedra, Tlrelo Ma rino, Pablo iiitllogos, (ill of San Ha fael, N. M. MANUFL It. OTKP.O. leglstcr. Mar. 22-Apr. tt. NOTK I '. OF Itl .l'l HI J A TION. Deparlmeiit of Iho Interior f. S. Land Oflieo at Santa Fe, N. M. Ma reh 2 It. 1012. Notlee Is hereby given that Jacob Kkoflcek, of Ho 112, Alhiliieripie, . M.. who, on August 21, Imi'i. ininb I istead No. V47I, for SW. 1-4 section 27. township 10 N.. range r.i;., N. M. P. Meridian, has flb-d no lire of intention to make final five iar proof, to establish Clalin to tne laud above described, before A. F.. Walker, probate clerk, at Aihinpicr iiie. N. M ., on iin i in uay in may lit I 2. Claimant names at witnesses: Allan ('. Hone, Joseph (iagner, Mrs. K H. Werner. lalward C. I.ipp'tt, all of Al bu'iiieniiio, N. M. MA. NULL It. OTF.Ito, lti gisler. March SI. May I. NCI 14 I- 4K HI PI lll.H AIIOV. I lepnnmetit of the Interior, V. H. iJtnd i.Hfun at Santa Ke, N. M March I ... 1912. Notie Is hereby fciven that Itert Wiiitiore, of ba'tiKa. N M.. who. on iK-C'-mts-r IS. 19'ir., mad hoim-steail No. 1 0.m 1. for SW. 1-4. SW. 1-4. see tlon Is. township 7 N.. rmiBe 4 IV.. N. M. P. Meridian, ha fibd notice of intention to make final five-year1 Proof, to rstahllf-h claim tn th" land! al,..ve dewrihed. In-fore A. K. W.'ilKer. ,robiite i l' i k. at Alhtnjiii ruue. N. M, or the ;uh d.iv of April. 112. Claiinant nami-n as witnesin-s: John S. I'radl. Hill Kle, Juatotii Sisero. Mirfney Wetiiiorc, all of Laftuna, N. M. M ANl'KL It. OTKPO. H -ciiier. March IU. April ll. Mnit i; Of Itr.l-I ltl.ll 'A1HI.V t p.irino-i.t of the Interior K Ijind Office at Psnta N. M, Msreh 16. It!. N'llc Is hereby ajven (hat al.o.ntl Wetnioro, of Loguns. N. M., who, on I October 26, IIMMI, made homestead I No. 07807. for NY. 1-4 HW. 1-4. see- Hon 24, township 7 N range & W.. N. M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to muka f.n'l five year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before A. K. Walker, probate clerk, at Albuqufrfiuo, N. M on tho 20lh day of April. 11112. Claimant names us witnesses: John S. pradt Hill Klo, .Iganlto Sisero, llert Wottiioro, all of I.nguriii, N. M. ' MANTEL It. OTKKO, Register. March 18. April 18. NOi lCK I'Oil ri'lLlCATIO.. Dopurtmont of th Interior. S. Land Office, at Santa Fe, N. M. u, March 20, 1912. Notice Is hereby given that Film S. Soma, of Han Hafael, N. M., who, on March 3, 1!i0fi,! nindo homestead entry No. HO3S-O72S0, for W., U.K. . W. V4 N. K. M. Sop. S, T. 11 N.. It, 10 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, beforo SlUestro Mirabel, United States Commissioner, at San P.afael, N. M., on tho 4th day of May, 1912. Claimant names as wiincssos: Pedro N. Silva, Jose A. Sabodra, Tlrc.lo Ma rino, Pablo Callages, all of San Hafael, N. M. MANUKL It. OTERO. ltogistcr. Mar. 22-Apr. 21. xoiici: ol' i:i i iioN silk. In the district court of the First Judicial District lor the county of Klo Airiba. No. IKIi. John H. Sargent, plaintiff, vs. Allen Fnglnecrlng Company, fi ndant. Whereas, a Judgment was had Tile do ll lid entered In the above entitled cause on the 23d day of March. 1012, by the terms of which tho above named plaintiff had and recovered from t1 -above named defendant: la I tho sum of 1920.47 for goods wares jtiid merchandise, sob) ami de livered by said plaintiff to said de fendant, with ucorued lull-rest tliei'1 ou lo date of said Judgment, ill the sum of $11!I.;IS; (bl $ :i r. . 0 1 1 fur storage charges on a evrlaln Diamond drilling machine, and costs of court, In the sum of Forty-nine and 10-lon Dollars. And, whereas, one certain Dia mond ijrilliiij. machine, known as the "l'yclonV' ,uvichluc, and numbered 1109, wlileh was previously, by vir tue of a writ of attachment Issued ill the above entitled cause, sel.-d, levied upon and taken Inlo posses sion by tho then sheriff of lllo Ar riba count, New Mexico, by said judgment und order of Iho said court ordered hold In ticcordance with law to satisfy tho aforesaid Judgment, In terest and costs, und ci sts to accrue on accouuc uf said contemplated sale. And. wloleas, by Iho further said terms and provision of s;ild Judg ment and order oT thu court en tered In said cause, the undersigned Silvlano Kolbal, of chamlla, New Mexico, was appolnti d spi clul mas ter lor the piirpos.' if making said sale of said above dcscrllied drilling ni'iclllne and for the purpose of cat rylng out the Judgment and order of the ooliii therein, Now, therefore, In pursuance nt law and the Judgment und order the court, notice Is hereby given that I. tho undersigned special master, will i ffi r for sale and sell to the highest and best hlihlrr let- cash the above described ilrillln1: ma chine, at Iho front door of the slori of said John II. Sargoiil, In Hie town Results from Journal Want Ads SANTA FE TIME TABLE Effective January 20, 111, Westbound. Arrives 1 Cat Express ... 7:20p S, Cal. Limited . . .10:66a Depart! 11:1 Op 11:& ll:06p 12:46a 1:45a No. No. No. 7 Me.-Cal. F.xp . .10:10p 9 Cnl. Fast Mail ,.ll:60p No. No. 1 Do Lux Thursday only 8:IDa I Cast iMjund. No. 2 Tour. Rip I:KGp No. 4 Limited f.:l.p No. 8 Ksst Fx 1 6:66p No. 10 overland Fit p. . 8:00a, 4:I0p :06p 7:6p : :10p l:tn. 1:10 No. 20 De Luxe W ednes day only I.OOp rj Paso Traiaa. No. No. No. 09 Mex. I.xp , ill 5 Ll Paso I'asa. , I0 K. C. & Chi. 00a Sl K. C. A Chi. :Sp ItoHwell, tlovls anil Amarlllo. Ill l'ecoa Val. Exp 7:l( 11 Aubut LP l.'llp F. J. Johnson. Airti No. No. No. ! 44444444440444444444444 I l National Foundry & Machine Co. General Foundry Work, Iron and Brass Castings. BABBITT METAL Albuquerque, New Mexico. WWWW W WWW W WW WW WW w wwww wvvv BjBi WALL PAPERS Albuquerque Lumber Co. 423 North FirSt Street allMt4Jlll444J444444M Montezuma Trust Company ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO. Capital and Surplus. $100,000 INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS ' of Ft Itlto, Klo Arriba county, New Mexico, at tho hour of 2 o'clock P. in. on Saturday, April 27th, lit 1 2, lo satisfy suld judgment, Interest, costs of suld suit and thu costs und expenses of said salt). A. H. Honolulu and K. P. Duvlos, of Santa Fo, New Mexico, are at torneys for plaintiff. Witness my hand a such special muster, this 11th day of April, 1012. SILVIANO KOI BAD, Special Muster. April 13-20. - I.Kti.Wi NOTIC'K, Dust will and testament of Mar garet A. Morker, deceased. To Jeronin Morker, executor and de visee; miner Smith Merker, Mar garet Crihtlohl, Gladys I .yon and to nil whom It may concern: Volt are hereby untitled that Iho ul logod last will and testament ot Mar garet A. Morker, Into of the county of liernallllo and stale of New Mexico, deceased, has been produced and road In Iho piobale court of tile county of Hernnlillo, stulo of Now Mexico, on t'. 2iilh day of March, 1012, and thu day of the proving of said alleged last will and testament was thereupon llxod tor Monday, tho 3rd day of Juno, A. D. 112, tinn of said court, at to o'clock In Iho forenoon of said day. tiiveii under tny hand and Hie seal of this court, this 20th day of March, A. D. 1012. " A. F. WALK Kit, Probato Clerk. Moh 30, April fi, 13, 20, MOUNTAIN VIEW RANCH. Mirmrrly Known tt WlmlMtr Kiiut'h, CowIm, V SI., (I'wiMi Klvrr.) I MH.ft NISW M AN AOKMKNT. Hunllinf. rihlii a placf wtnr pnrrt nifn imiy tKi tlit-lr fnmUifS. Clean, pleas ant rooms, tine titbltj mtil t4rvle3, DunciitK. khhu'H, tamp flrvK, poMtntrice a titl tur. WrttO ftf ti.'nklct. KlTlli:iMi:ii ft MATTY, Pro pa. BALDRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY Paints, Glass, Cement, Roofing and Builders' Supplies. 4444444444404)44404 I: Hudson for Signs I Wall Paper HUDSON Fourth for Picture , Street and Frames Copper Ave. 04 l)SWI.I.l;-VA14ill (Curries I', fi. Leaves Koswell Arrives Vaughn Leaves Vaughn dully AT'lt) MNU Mail.) ... 10:10 a.m. ... :2r. p. m. H:tr, a. in. 2:00 p. m. rrlves Koswell (Auto wall until 10:00 it. in., for arrival of K. P. S. W. train No. .) la ro ono way, $10. Hound trip, 118, 100 lbs. baggage carried true; excess baggage, $3. Ml per 100 lbs, IhiKKHge up lo l.r.mi lbs. carried. Connections made at Vmighn with all K. P. 4. W. and Hanta l'etiains. Hoswell Auto Co., Koswell, owners. ( iai lltigton Itr.. Vaughn, Agents. AMU'tJlKKQl'IO CA!IV KITCHEN t'OMI'ANV. 210 S. 2d. St., Next lo Crystal Theater. Toffy ami roan tit TtrlKIc, 1b....10o KVKUY WAV. SPECIAL A 9:s.oo 1 follow crow. Razor for $2.00 Matlo In Kollngeii, (icrniany HO Day Duly . ..'.'J Williams Drug Co. I'.lin l'ront. 117 W Central THE WM. FARR COMPANY Wholesale and Iletnll Dealers la I Itl SlI AXI SALT MEATS SaiisiiKi-s Hstialt. For ca'.tlu and hugs the Hggoat mar ket prices are' paid."-" 3 FRENCH FEMALE PILLS. A H.w. e,., Rt ir fm. Hrrrmm.nam HlMWIim tf l(IW Tl tt II. S.l S,.-tvl SMrt- I i-" l.uT,,M,-d r .., Ht "mndM. HBI ,r-l4 f,4 l Hi prt hi.i. Wilt ihrmvx tokl. tt, t i l hr f,Vii rier4. HiMpiM ITm. I f fuml d,u(Cl 4m M ),,, ttrm w4 .' f u, IM iinivro aurnicAl e.o., mnt T4. laa. ea M4 lK'- l I. N- O ntiil, iU J Sand rour tolled clottaM tfl The Duke City Cleaner 120 WlT XI.1 AW ', Th moat up-'n-data elaaalnf I plant In New Mexico. ' . Oalalde Ordrra 8oUdte4L i -rwww