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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 1912.
THREE RETAINS Reals World in Olympic Games IN SECRET FOR LEAD IN TENNIS JOE PATCHEN II IS YOAKUM ISTRAirJIN'G CHICAGO 1 ft M WINNER OF fl STANDING OF THE CLUBS National League. Won Lost Pet. New York I 1!1 .7G.1 Chicano 5- :f-i .'ili! rittHMirKii 4it 34 . r. mi Philadelphia 41 40 .GOIj Cincinnati 44 4,r .4114 St. Louis 3S r. J .422 lirooklyn 32 fi5 .UliS Jjoston 2'l (14 .24 Aiuerlean lrdgtio. Won Lost Pet. .70.-I .till .571 .r2!t .48 1 .473 .313 ,2!1 I UlN 1 1 ill . . . Washington Philadelphia CliicaKo . . . Petrolt . . . . Cli'Vi'liinil . . New Yol k . . .St. Louis . . . . i; 27 33 in 41 47 48 . . . i . .44 , . .4.1 . . 81 Western League. Won Lost Tct. Hlia 53 41 ..Hi 4 St. Joseph 52 4 1 .553 (loiix City 4!l 41 .544 Pernor 4 4 5 .52 1 IV Moines 4ti 45 .505 Wichita 44 411 .473 Lincoln 3 52 .4 2 " Topeka 35 55 .58!) WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY National I.c-tgim. lirooklyn at Chlcaso. New York at Cincinnati. Philadelphia at St. Louis, Huston at Pittsburgh. American I-neiie. Chicago at New York. St. Louis at Philadelphia. Pctrolt at Washington. Cleveland at Boston. Western lA-niie, Omaha at Denver. St. Joseph at Pen Moines. Sioux City nt Wichita. Topeka at Lincoln. NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn. (I; Chliiif-.,' (I. Chicago, July 23. Brooklyn shut dill ('iiicago today. Allen allowed Ihe locals five scattered hits. Maron y, who opened for Chicago, was wild and retired in favor of Smith. The visitors hit opportunely behind Chicago's inisplays. A slippery field made fielding (IV'ficult. Moran's enc-handed running catch of a long fly was a feature. Score: R. H. K. Chicago 0 ti 2 Brooklyn i 10 0 Batteries: .Maroney, Smith and Needham; Allen and Miller. Two hiise bit J. Smith. Three-base hit II it i ii in -l I . Base on balls Off Al len, 4; off Maroney, 3; off C. Smith, 2. Struck out By Allen, 3; by C. Smith, 2. Pittsburgh, I; Boston, 0. Pittsburgh, July 23. For the sec ond time in succession Pittsburgh shut out Boston. only one Boston player readied third. llendrix and lle.ss pitched in fine form. Score: R. II. 13. Pittsburgh 1 1 Hosion (I 7 0 Batteries: llendrix and Gibson; Hess and Kariden. Two-base hit Wilson. Three-base hit Wagner. Double play Gibson and Wagner. Base on balls Off .llendrix, 3; off 1 1 ess, Ii; l,v 2. Struck out By Hendilx, lle.ss, ;t. . Nov York, 11; Cincinnati, 1. Cincinnati, July 23. New York walked away with the (bird gume of tile series. Cincinnati's fielding was "replied, while Maruard held his opponents in (he palm of his hand throughout. Davis p itched well, while Humphreys was hit hard in Hie opening inning. MoGraw used fifteen players. "core: i. K. Cincinnati I 4 i, New Yolk 11 !( 4 Batteries: Humphreys, Davis ami M'l.ean, Sever,, id; Maiqmird and hcrs. Hartley, Wilson. Two-'base lots Doyle, Hohlltell. Three-base hit .tit.i:icl. huiihle play -IioyI tiii.isHsted. Has,. on balls Off lliiniphrc.N s, 2; olf Davis, 3. Struck out py Maiquard, 1; by Davis, 2. I'hiladelphln, 10; St. I.ouls, H. st. Louis, July 23. Willis, a left hander, tt.is eh, , sen to oppose Kixey, lhl' left-handed recruit of the Phll '"'elptaia ehib, but the local pitcher lasted ,,y f)U1. nilIlsg unn two pitchers nlm succeeded him fared little better. The visiting college 1'it'ber wot, Ids fourth straight game. . -'"'" It. H. K. St. Louis , X 14 2 I'biladoluhU m H 1 Balteri.s; Willis, Geyer, Woodburn "I'd Bliss, Kixey, Alexander and Kll hfer. Two-lmse hits Cravath, Ko ii'tehy. Uvaser, Lolicrt, Oakes, Willi ''''. Thiee-base hits l.obert, Mow-'V- Base ,,n l,tl 1 1 off Willis, I; "ff G'ict. I; off Itlxey. 4; olf Wood- "Ul'n, " St ruck out By W illis, 2; by " urn, 1 by Kixey, ; AMERICAN LEAGUE nUcago, ! New York, I New York, July 23. Chicag, i won MHali game of the Belies from In the' eighth inning Ha "'"ell made Ihreo errors, w hhii '""o-a i liicu,) to win after Xsw "'k bad bad. - A overhauled a three-run three-base wild throw by left,nt ........ n.., Plllini-I m (he ninth. .Soor; H. i:. Yik h S 9 2 l-'ord hml Sweeney; Benz. Sullivan. Three-base hit Home, run Ford. Base BmCrie "Walsh and li.iriZ, i. -Off Fold, 3. -'; by l!enz, 1; Struck "nt by Wiilsh, 3. Muslim, ((; Clcvchlllil, a. uonton, July 23. Itoston won from CIpvcIhihI analn by hattlliK both Kah lev and -IUiuhViik. Wood was hit hard, but tiMhten.'d in the pinches v any uiiBinitod Hyun s attempt to steal home In the seventh by catch liiK the ball before It reached tip natter. The latter wan given his bane and liyan sent back to third. Score: Ho.ston Cleveland . , Batteries: I UK. Kahler n. 6 11 E. 9 2 2 it 3 Wood and Cady; pland and O'Neill. Three-base hits Cady, Yeikes. Two-base hits Wood, Gardner, Stahl. pontile plays Wagner and Stahl; Planding, Pcck inpaugh and Griggs. Haso on balls ttff Wood, 1; off PlandiiiR, 1; off Kahler, 1. Struck out By Wood, 7; by Planding, 2; by Kahler, 1. Philadelphia, 5: St. Ixniis. I. Philadelphia, July 23. Philadel phia ugain defeated St. Louis. Coombs, who went to Pennock's res cue in the fourth inning, held the visitors down. Powell weakened in the eighth, when a pass, Collin's "Jin gle, Baker's double and Mclnn's' single gave the home team thicJ runs. Score: Tt. H. 10. Philadelphia 5 S 0 St. Louis 4 8 2 Batteries: Pennoek, Coombs and Lapp; Powell and Stephens. Two-base hits Pratt, Stephens. Powell, Lord, .Baker. -Homo run Pratt. Double play Laporte, Pratt and Kutina. Huso on balls Off Powell, 2; off Pennoek, 2. struck out By Powell, 1; by Pennoek, 1; by Coombs, 3. Pctioll, 12; Washington, 7. Washington, July 23. Detroit bunched five hits with three liases on balls and a batter hit by Pitcher Groom in tho ninth, scored seven runs and defeated Washington. Mor gan's triple scored three runs. Catches by Gandil and Williams were features. Score: R. H. K. Washington "1 11 3 Detroit . 12 12 2 Batteries: Vaughn, Pelty, Groom and Williams; Willett, Lake and Stanage. Two-base hits Foster, Pu blic, Crawford. Three-base hits Morgan, Mueller. Base on balls Off Willett, 1; off Vaughn, fi; off Groom, '4. Struck out By Willett, 1; by liko, 2; by Vaughn, 4; by Pelty, 1; by Groom, 4. WESTERN LEAGUE Oinalia, 7; Pernor, '. ; Denver, July 23.- Pitcher Harris blew up in the fifth inning today and tive Omaha players scored and clinched the game. Score: It. II. K. Omaha 000 OaO 002 7 Hi 0 Denver (HO 1110 00(1 2 1 1 4 Batteries: Hall and Johnson; Har ris, llealy and Spain. Stolen bases Allen, Coyle, Shipke, Kcnworthy. Two-base hits French (2), Bcall, Thompson. Sacrifice hit Shipke. Struck out By Harris, 1; by Healy, 2; by Hall, 3. Base on balls off Harris, 2; off Hall, 4; off Healy, 1. Double play Hall to Justice to Kane. Lincoln, II; Topeka, 2. Lincoln, July 23. In a game ma iked by recipient errors on both sides, I. in,, iln won from Topeka by better hunching ,,f hits. Score: K. II. K. Linecln 01 2 000 03x 6 8 t Topeka 000 100 100 2 7 4 Batteries: llageiuian and Carney; Frant. and Chapman. Two-base hits Cold,, King. Struck out By 'lag erman, 7; by Frant,, 4. Base on balls- -Olf H.igeiiuan, 1; off 1'iaiil., I. lies .Moines, 8: St. ,locpli, 7. Deri Moines, . July 23. Dos Monies inereaiiie a live-run lead which SI. Joseph obtained in the first inning and won the opening game. Dcs Moines used four pitchers, whiUj St. Jrseph used three. Score: It. II. i:. Den Moines . . . . 004 210 1IJX S !l 2 St. Jo.-.(;lJ41 i.t'O 1 10 000 7 If 1 Butteries: Uuuslon, Jacobson, Ka-j her, 'j-imH ami Llatowskl; Speer, Woldring."Jobnsnn and Gossett. Two base hits Claire, Belden, Powell. Uau on balls Off Jacobson, 2; olf Isbell, 1; off Kuber. 2; off Speer, 1: off Woldiing. !. Struck out By Fa-j her. 7; by Speer, 4; by Woldring, 1:1 by Johnson. 1. Hits (Iff Hueston, 3 in 1 inning; off Jacobson, 1 In 2-3 inning; off Fa her. S In 7 1-3 innings: off Speer, S in 3 1-3 innings; off Woldring. 1 in 3 2-3 Innings; off Johnson, 0 in 1 inning. Kaln l Wichita. July 23 postponed: rain. W lelilla. Sioux City game PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE At a.n Fra nciseo- Score: Oakland . . . Vernon HaKerios: Itotmr, Car P.. H. K. 2 7 0 , X 1 rail and Sullivan. Ables, oi Mnd I ilmst Agnew. At Los Angeles Sc ore: Los Angeles San Franiisco I. TI. K. S 2 12 1 Toner, Batteries: Toz.r Baker and Shea. ill,,! Smith: At Portland Score: Portland Sacramento Batteries: Darkness Uilligau and Kreiu. p. H. i: 3 7 0 0 4 1 Fisher. bulls-Fortl, DETROIT CLASSIC Duplicates Last Year's Per formance of Stable Mate by Captuiing Rich Chamber of Commerce Stakes, B-f Morning Ji.nrmil Aulnl I.enarH Wlrr.) Detroit, .Mich., Jul 23. I!. .1. .Mac kenzie, of AVinnipeg, had the satis faction today of wati tiing his splen did horse, Joe Patclion II, duplicate last year's pcrforma nee of his stable mate, Vernon MoKintii-y, ami win the rich Chamber of Commerce stakes, the feature events on today's Grand Circuit program. In Mr. MacKcnr.ie'n box Sir Kodiiionl ' Palen Kohlin, premier of Manitoba, was an etitliusi astte speetalor. Tin' son of Joe Patohen was always best In the big race which Is classed as the 2:13 pace. Away in front In each of the three heats, he led from wife to wire, never faltering and never in danger. When Chimes Hal, who followed him closely in each heal, came too close, Fleming gave the handsome bay the word and be pulled away. Behind the two leaders I he next three horses fought it out, th roat contest being for third and fourth money. Chatty Direct look the 2:lil trot in straight heats. Gordo Todd le, Into Ihe stretch, but Ihe mate drove him off his feet when Ihe dash for tke wire started. Seven horses in this heat were closely bunched almost all the way around. The final beat neer was In doubt. Chatty Direct took (he lead at the word "go" and held It to the end. The lime of the first heat. 2 07 1-1. equals the record for this stake, held jointly by Hewitt and Country Jay. Pah-hen lis best mark today ,Uarter of a second of the Joe Is one- Chamber of Commerce record 2:0;). made by Minor Heir in Hnis. Tomorrow's program Includes the classic M. and M. $10, into stake for 2:24 trotters. y Champion Wolgast Consider ing Match Thanksgiving Day with Lightweight Who Draw Biggest Gate, (Hr Momln-r .Innrnal t-ln 1 rmmrn tvlrit.) San Francisco, July 2.'!. Boxing enthusiasts may not have to wall un til the first of next year to see Ad Wolgast, champion lightweight of Hie world, in the ring again. Ho and Ilia manager, Tom Jones, who ar rived today from Los Angeles, told the sports that in all probability some one ,,f the aspirants for the title would be signed up for a 2u round bout on Thanksgiving: day. Jones says that the champion will fight the lightweight who can draw the most money into tile box office. FLANDERS ELECTRIC TO MAKE PATHFINDER TOUR pe.liil rrrwp-npnri tn Mmtn Joiirnnl'i Detroit, Mich., July :::!. In ac cordance with its announced iiilen tii ii. the committee in charge of the pathfindinK for the A. A. A. national reliability lour mot on July 111 and a warded the privilege to the (''landers Maiiiilactuiiii;: Company, of Pontine, Mbh. The method of doinc this most imp,, riant work will be onbUe, in that a Flanders electric will be utilize!. The car will probably mart on its Hip within a week and spe cial ai rangemeiits are doing made fo,- recharging the car along tin route. ' The greatest interest will attend the performance of the pathfinder Ihtougliout (Iks journey from Detroit to New Orleans, and the Flanders company have certainly displayed Ircmetidous enterprise-In their iof torts to secure this (privilege, which will undoubtedly prove of enormous V a hie to I hem. . . . " The details or t ho, route will.not be known until the return ot the imthfinriintr ear, which will probably I lie on the road nil of two weeks, and possibly longer,. Some or I lie Inter mediate portions between the start in. and finishing points have not been definitely decided upon and are now the subject of considerable cor respondence and discussion. Alter all reports have been most thorough ly i, nsidered. the tentative route will be adopted throughout. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Kansas City Kansas Ci.y 3; To ledo 2. At Mmiieapoli.'- .Minneapolis 3 Louisville 0. At St. Paul St. Paul 3; Indianapo lis 2. At .V llwaukei M ilw a ukee-Col u ill bus game positioned; rain. SOUTHERN LEAGUE A ! Birmingham Hi on Ing ha m 'hattariooga , At Mobil, Mobile 2; Nashville AIM irnner,v Montgomery Atb.nta 2. - A I New Orleans New ord-ans Memphis 3. (Ten inning. j MICfJIGANDER RETURN TO RING IN NOVEMBER IT Jack Hanley, Veteran I of Dallas Boy, Pcifecti KnocK-Out Punch to Knight If Possible, landler igNew Defeat Stanley (Kid I In public at the club gymnasium What's more, Y, YoalvUiu ilidn'i train New Mexi.o Athletic yesterday afternoon, lakiim Isn't going to for several da, s j el. i appear in public The secret of It all leaked out v es terduy evening' when Jack llanlcy, Yoakum's veteran trainer and man ager, announced conlideiitiallv (hat Yoakum is being (rained in secret Just now, that he may master a new knockout punch, with vvhl, h llanlcy hopes Yoakum may defeat Phil Knight, the Kansas City Cyclone, when the two boys meet in a sched uled 20-rouii,l bout on next Tuesday night, July 301h, at Fills' theater. When llanlcy was asked admit the story, he admitted it was true, add ing; "I became convinced seme time ago that Yoakum was game, a hard hitler and a boy wilh a liituie in the fistic world. But I have been laying awake nights to find in"! way in which I could teach the Kid a blow that would make it possible for him lo win from an antagonist with a single wallop. At last I have found the punch which I believe will make the hov a champion in the lightweight division, and it Is this punch which 1 am now living to per fect. In order (hut Yoakum may learn it without anyone getting ,,u to the secret, I have decided to put the hoy through a course of private lessons for the next day or two. once lie lias mastered the blow, then I am willing thai he box in puldi, lei the edification of tile fans. "I know that Phil Knight Ih a fifliler a boy with a 'goodnight' wallop in cither hand, and a boxer who has fought the best there is in the country. Because i f this knowl edge, 1 am not underestimating his fighting uiialilics. On the other hand 1 am going to bring every resource a( my command into play to have Yoakum In Hie greatest possible shape for the battle, in the hope thai I't will win Ironi the Kansas City hoy. The Kid lias taken kindly lo my ad vice and wants to learn this new pun, h. Thorelorc, Alhu, m i due Inns who admire Yoakum and are back ing him to win, will have no reason to be ilisa ppointed in the showing he makes in the coming contest." KNIGHT GOFS ON WITH CONGO Ml AT IIVMX.WIJI Knight put in two hours on Traction pytk track yesterday morning, and in the afternoon at Klks' theater he Went through a two hours' grind, which Included working the pulleys, punching the bag, shallow boxing, skipping the rope and several rounds of whirlwind boxing. As usual, an other large crowd of fans was on hand at his training ,iiarters to sec him box. The Congo Kid went sev eral rounds wilh Knight, and il was ii pretty exhibition the two gave. Willi the Congo biingitr; all Ids cleverness into command lo keep out of Knight's way, and even then lie only partially succeeded, for numerous times Knlgin put over thai, (errific left of his (hat would have spelled a knockout had the two been lighting for keeps and w ith l iv c-ollllce gloves. The Congo admitted after it was all over thai Knight was in great shape and Hint he liil as hard as ever, if not harder. Young ,, lilies also work out yes terday, dividing his training between load vv,,rk ami boxing. Idle, lor Levy, of lb,- New Mexico Athletic club. Is 111 receipt ol a chal lenge I'lom Ihe manager of F.d. Win lets, of Baton, in w lii' h Winters challenges the winner of Hie coiiiiic; bout. As is. well known. Winters Is one id Hie best boys ill the West at 1,33 pound.',. II,. has a bout in pros pect with I'.'ddic Johnson, the imde- fouled. Puedli, hoy, for sometime eaily in August. In B'.lstfli I a. friend In. litis city. Louie Newman, Hie Denver light weight, who; Yoakum fought one draw with and (hen got the decision Iron! in the rei.ond bpul. picks tin- Oallas boy to win by a knockout inside Ihe limit. Newimi n'n dope is considered good, since be Is in a position know what he is talking about. I' CHICAGO TOMMY FORD TO FIGHT KID BRUCE Trinidad, AJol.. July i'i.--Ai '(ides of ' agreement wore signed this after noon for a maiota between "Chicago Tommy" Ford and "Kid" Bruce, lightweight champion of Colorado and Wyoming. The match will de staged in the Central park arena. August 1 Nov New league 1 'lupir, loagm-. National League I'miilre. Yol k. July 23. - The National has pun based the li b-use of AI North from the Virginia Norths last major league cneagemetil was as a pitcher of the New Yoik Americans. Nel-on to l'o Kid Scaler. Idli'oiilon, Allerta. July 23. tllng Nelson has be ii ma-olio, ri-.-ht Kid Scaler, of Spokane, the fust week Is August. Tin has not I a fixed definitely. Hal I t, h.-re dad I'ilclier Miiiiiiici ISi'l'ii-4tl. Chicago. July 23 President Mm phy today gave Pit- to r M iroiu y. ol Ihe Chicago .Va don. i is. his uncondi tional release. IB- also said that he had refused lo waive on llifielllel Dow ney", of the Phil otelphia Nation a Is. JULY 3D GUI TOURNAMENT Playing at Onwenlsia Pion-eds Rapidly on Second Dav, Biinging Matches Up to Oiigmal Sche (fl-r Mtimlnff .luiirtnil Simi-!,iI lake Forest, III.. July round matches un, un-st the second round were , Ihe result of today V pi., v I -,iar4 W tr .:.:. in.'. t of those in oiuplcled as in t he men's singles and dould .cuts I the western teiinl sia. Despite a In which (he tolll lialllelll at most ilia klspl. i first matches , 111 W eill . 'tis start VC1C ,1, . a, cou ill Ian oil l'ioi,::dl lag in., I ly laved more than one lu-'.ir ,,i of we( courts, the lommitic, the tournament rapidly and It up to the schedule , planned. A start was made ill the wontci i singles ev ents, dul only a tew match Were played, prefelcllies hollig giv, to the men. ( hioago retained her lor,. In Hie lout naineiil, Wadln Hay cm I null, I and Bvford surviving their lir.-t lit. itches, II. II. Braby. "I Los Angeles, tinned his vv Inning streak by ,1 ing Roland I loci , of SI. I .ouls, Both of lira ley 'k matches so tat 1 1' t -. ('-2, llav e Ihe 1 1 oil, Ihe trou been against Si. Louts plavei- I'll lll'ornia n winninu ye.-tciday Hrummoml Jones. T. i. Pun, I other California!! expert bud no ble In beating John C. No, ley, Jr., ot Chicago, li-.'l, ti-1. C. B. Held, or Pasadena, defeated W, S. MoKlroy, Chicago, by ,1, la nil In (lie first round mulch. HERRICK AND MITCHELL TRAINING FOR MATCH tKp'l-it C'rrMpoii'1-Mr tt Mnrnlni Jetirnnll I'M Paso. Tex., July 23. -Both Jack Derrick and Jack .Mitchell, the Chicago and 101 Pus,, middleweight boxers, are now In training for their match on August I. Herri, k makes his camp at Washington pink, and Mitchell at I I ii South Oregon street. The preliminary scrappers, Kyle and Ward, are training at the Ft, Bliss gym, while Cox and Picrkis are do inc their training at the Second eav alry camp. All lb - hoys In the pre liminaries are soldiers of the Twenty-second Infantry, or the Second cav alry. A meting of the pi, , motets was held yesterday, and il was decided to name the flub, which lias leased the new right place on Bohemia heights, the i:i Paso Athletic club. Nick I h peder will he pl'csldetll, and .lames P. I.ee, Secret a ry . The club expects lo have a special card on Septeiiiia-r 2. .Among tin- scrappers who are now being corresponded with are Carl Mollis, the cx-oklahoma hope, with a view to matching him Willi Have .Mills; Bobby Wangh. an exceptionally clever Texas boy. ami Jink While, who recently got a de-ci- i,,n I'lom. ' iw cii Moran. A boxing commission, to have sup eivisioii over all rights given In III' new arena that is now being built it Bo heiiiia heights, across Ihe river ill N, is to 1 rights iV Mexico, a hov r appointed, and thai are singed. the smelter, , ill act on all The conimis- slon lllev will enter eight r'Miuiine the men heroic I he ring, tee t ha t the prop is made, lltat gloves are of iw Ii t . riim of proper size, or w ori'cct We and will g tails thai rally look alter all de illy look at I, a' i Insure straight. clean lights The three by Ih ing e oilier Times commissi inelnl-el'S, promoter will consist of e to l,e appointed one he the spoit- h!or of dv the tbc llcrndl. and Ihe spoiling editor of the AMERICANS COMPETE WITH FRENCHMEN IN GAMES AT RHEIMS lilielins. France. July 23. Several ineindeis of the American oiynipu team I day ill the Ft pa I t i n I he g.l nicy; hel'e I" ,n, petition v.ilh the best of I'lich atbl es, ami , ai i ied oi l' Goebrmg. .Vlohawl. Ihe honor Athletic el jump. ,i, i inches. 1 av is S lib, nit, won : t Ii, slandin: it' at r, high ot. ::' ( Idwell. Massachusetts' .liege, Won Ihe Slid I r,7 i-.-,. up. Carlisle In, Bail ,1 t he I 1 1, meters bur ( r, seconds. O I lat went to A Idel I .gl a ull oral c meters run in James Tie school, ea pt n r, die race in ., The Myers in 2 2 Moti lump 2011 mi I'i , It ish - . m I -a second lla cn. too With I, feet Ileal, Athletic club, J. while Kricl'son, of k Ho tunning high I -2 in' h. RIVERS TO MEET MANDOT IN 20-ROUND BATTLE Allgclcs, boxing Julv pi on, I "in Mi ( 'in ,')', today round der. aim mm that lo- bad iltanged a 20 Joe BiVers, of Man, lot, ot Nov v. M, Carey said akc the weight don! del ween !.os Aug ( ii leans. les. ami Joe lor Labor ,1., the flhleis would of !.':: pound-.-, line;. 1,1,., There w as conside, a lih- talk hoif re, i-nily uhout .1 contest hetwccii Itivers and U ilhe KM, due on l.ahor da i Kit hilt Met 'til' hie was not said sil-.lod toninhf lor the that hout the a use he had ii-lit. lull! l ed Hi I'lipkc I'I Meet li(.HHi Chi,.,",.,, Jul-, ,, ,,,. I'll eolidili I'.ill.i I'apk- has for 11 -round f ish 011 l.a- n-iit with i:.i,i,.- m,i;,, k'th. 'is.. at K'-nosiia. hor d i. I"t. Wis., Results from Journal Want Ads vT j '&3in - American Shooting Experts Win Against All Nations 'individual Clay Bird Championship -Won by J Graham, shoot ii-,? u REMINGTON- UMC Pump Gun -mil Arrow Steel lined Shells, score cx 100. Tram Championship Five liih men in victorious American team shot REM ING TON- UMC Arrow Steel Lined Slu lla. Revolver and Pistol Championship A. P. I.ane. shoot- DrilUfcTvl! trass A .11' e ' 1 8 ins jvi-'unu i jiV'vm it iciaiuc vanriiiges, made the liest indiviilual score and a world's record in the team competition, score 509 ex 600; won the indiviilual competition at 30 metres, score 287 ex 300, and won fust in the team competition at 30 metres, score 292 ex 300. fXmlngKUL-UMC Sled Lined .Shells were chosen on this rcmarkcihlc record; 15 out of 17 hig na tional handicaps including the 1912 Grand American. QrmillgtofL-L'MC Metallic Cartridge.! are world's record holders. The r-corcs hung up by Mr. Lane, arc additional shooting testimony to their accuracy and sure hie. Wi'te for Con- trte Cr.lftioRiio Rcmiiiion Arnis-Uniwi Metallic CaririI(j?Co. 29!)-:j01 Broadway, New York City AMERICAN LEAGUE RACE BETWEEN BOSTON AND WASHINGTON CLUBS Sl-r!il rirrrNioiirf,-in-i In Woflivn-c ,lMiirn,il W'll.sllillKloll, July nil. The (iKllt lor ihe A in, i'i, ., ii IciiL-ii,. , eiin. nit is K 1:1,1 111, 1 i !i:i I row 111!: lloM'tl 1','IWeell I'.ostoii unit i,hiiicloii. As ot the ;,il ;i llhr.;,- v 1 1 i , Il lloslon lios held for these lllltliy WC'kK ll;is imt hen cut lloH'li, hill tllnuliH to Hie I, ll.l, Uy of lilll'flth'M ham the lie, I S',x h;nc heen ill,;, Me I'i xt It-M n I hen ,, h',,,1 lllll'ltlK t In- ,:,sl t u ,. or I lu ce cclis. The I'll I I le 1','t l eel! Ihe two tellllO' i'. now larm-li one ,;(' n;mi,'ii,'SH, Tlo one whieh cull stolid the stiain the l,,!le,.- js the line whieh Will I'll,!'' out oil top, 1,11,1 there Is l,Ml,il.,ll .ilwa; a -I'eater hindi ii on the 1,-ain w hii in leiidiiu; than on the runner-up. I.KIIII loot ( nnal I II 1 1 II -1 ( olliph e. .Montrose. Col.. .Inly -j;i.- -The l.siui foot tunnel of the w,M canal of I In I'm 0111 pa lime project wan 1, 11 1 1 1 ,1,-t , I loday. l-"h c inilev of the canal is completed. Which to a Doughnut Is a Cousin. The latter wc bake Fresh Each Day, And Sell at 10 cents The Dozen. The holes in the center of the doughnuts wc bake Are smaller than in many others, Thus more for the price If ours you take, And you'll find no Better Pioneer Bakery an7 S0111I1 l lrst iStr-t. CHICHESTER'S PILLS I h. -i-Iim -tf-r'B iMnm'MiJ TlrmidV III in U.4 ml ,wM (i.-Uiln VV I -tes, srtlr I wilh II). Kil.lHin. V Tt n wfKrr. Buy P r lrll(ft-l. A Ifi III i irt H Trnn lHM II HA Ml I'll.l .(- Vr4n itt'twn m hrt, haftvt, Al-BvtKrliai-W SOLD BY DRLGGISTS VEKYWHf RE SCREEN i Albuquerque 423 North TV,j RICH CATTLEMAN KILLED DY TRAIN I la phi 'h S. Ii. July 211. While on hiH .!-. Ills 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 . I Ihe lain, -si 111 West, 'I'll Killed hen- to alien, 1 the rut'i-ral i,r 1, ,1. M. I'.fovvn. one of cuttle and 111 Ii own, 'Iff I', 1 kiila. wa.i run over and he ,1 train l'Uil;;hl. .Mr. Ilrown was lalklni with Mrn. Alice CohS'liKc, editor of the 1 1 11 1 id t'il .loiniial, 11I the idation when the train on which he wan lo xt.irt lor M a 1 sin, lllott 11, la., hcuan (o move. He er.'sped for the ynai'd riill, hnl slipped -in, I 1,11. A lai'e crowd of people hiiw hhn Killed. THE WM. FARR COMPANY VVhnlei.ilii mill Itelull Den lor Id KICKS 1 1 AM) SM.T MKAT8 K.niNiiiren it SpiM-liilly. Cor cattle inl hns tho lilKgeat mar ket prices are paid. 15 Per Cent Off for 20 Days Only On all Electrical Fixtures. Shades, Electric Heating and Cooking Appliances and Flat Irons. Nash Electrical Supply Company 506 W. Central BALDRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY Paints, Glass, Cement, Roofing and Builders' Supplies. 1 SUN PROOF I'nlnt In cpial to nnjr mint Hold In Now Mexico up to this tlm. Wo are cl.'Hl nir u out nt $1.75 per ijallon, which Is helow cunt, to iiiiikn room for a new linn. Hun I'roof ret ft 1 1 n In eastern cltlca at from $2.25 to K.f.O par Kalloii. TIIIC KI I'l ltKHt tl MriKIX All 1. 1, CO, DOORS I Lumber Co. butt Street J