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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1912.
THREE ' - . '91111111 STANDING OF THE CLUBS National league. Won Loat Pet 29 .716 3ti ,tlu4 40 .04 60 .515 B7 .4112 Sit .443 fix ,:i5S 75 .212 New Yolk ....73 lS til . . .5:1 . . . . 4 !l . .. .47 . .'.:! 2H Chicago Pittsburgh ' I'M i lini' I" ' Cincinnati . St. Louis :. liriHiklyn '. PllSluIl . . . American league. Won Lot Pet .not; .588 .435 .491 .477 ,33H .317 Boston . . . . Washington Philadelphia Chicago Detroit Cleveland , . HI. l.OlliS X,.w Vnrk . . , .74 , .fin , . f!3 .":! , .54 .51 , .33 , .33 34 4 3 44 r.4 rii 511 71 71 Western I-eajtiie. Won Loat Pet .5C .548 .54 U .527 .513 .491 .4 60 .348 Denver i mm ha HI. Joseph Pes Moines Manx city Wichita . Lincoln .... Tcipi'ku . .fit! . . 113 . .fit . .58 , . r. s . ,5i: . .52 . .3 r.o 52 52 52 55 68 (11 73 WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY National Ixwirue. riiilM'l' Iphln at Pittsburgh. American league. Chicago at Washington. Detroit (it New York. St. Louis at liostnn. Cleveland at Philadelphia. Western lA-ague. Denver at Omaha. Wichita at Pes Moines. Lincoln at St. Joseph. Topekg at Sioux City. NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh, Krookljn, I. Urooklyn, Auk. 1 3. Prnoklyn lopt to Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh got Us first run when Umpire Klem reversed his decl.sion, after declaring Pyrne out at the plate on a close play. Two more en me In the eighth after Ying lnnr made a wild throw to second on an easy play which would have It. IT. K. 1 5 1 3 13 1 retired the side. Score: Hrooklyn . Pittsburgh Batteries:, Yingling and Miller; Robinson and 5ilison. Two-base hits Wagner. Gibson Home run Smith. .Struck 2; by Yingling, mi t 1, -Ey Pobinson, Cincinnati. 7; IMiilnilelnhln, . Philadelphia, Aug. 13. The home team failed to take full advantage of Its hitting and lost. Lnbert and P.M kert were hit In the face by fouls, which glanced off their hats, the lat ter being compelled to leave the game. -" e. ,-- . Score: I!. Hi K. l'hiladclphia .., V . (i 15 0 Cincinnati 7 10 1 Haiti-lies: Sehultz and Killlfer. Booin; Humphreys, Suggs and Mc Lean. Two-base hits Hescher, Lu derus. Home run McLean. . Struck out H.v Humphreys, 3; by Sehultz, 2. Double play Knabe to Doolan to Liiderus. Pase on balls tiff Hum phrcys, 1; off Schultz, 3. I'hicnijo, 1; Pnslon, 2. Poston, Aug. 13. Chicago made h four straight from Poston. Chicago won by stealing bases on. Kling al most at will. .Score: Huston Chicago . . . . It, K. 1 liallcries: Purdue, Tyler and Kling; Petilbach and Cotter. Two-base hits y.liimierman, McDonald (2). rhn."" lutse hit Saler. Home run Schulte. Double play Ileulbaeh to Tinker to Saler. Hose ijn balls Off iteulbueh, 4. Struck out I'Sy Per due, 4; bv Tyler, 2; by Peiilbuc h, AMERICAN LEAGUE Chicago, 5; Washington! !!. Washington, Aug. 13. Chicago de feated Washington in a hard battle, lailh teams us. ng three pitt In i s. President Taft was a spectator. Score: It. II. K. Washington Dl 1 "hicag f. 12 1 Naileries: Hughes, fashion, Fugle and Williams; Peters, White, Walsh and Scha Ik, Kuhn. Two-base hits Hath, liodie. Three-base hit Milan. Pouble plays Lord to Schalk; Peters to liaih to Collins. Pa' on balls Off Pears, l; off Hughes, 1; off Cushion, 4. struck out Py Walsh. by Hughes, 1; by Cushion, 1; by Engie, :;. New York, S; Detroit, 2. Ne 'o'W York. Ana. 13. Flsber was 1"" "lit of the game in the first lu lling by Tinplre ICgan, and Warhop, win, relieved him, pitched invincible ,,a11- In addition to Fisher, Wnl vertnn ami Hush were orderi it off tin field. Score: It. I . V.. ew York 3 S ft Detroit 2 3 1 liaturies: Fisher. Warhop and Sweeney; Lake and Stallage. Tvvn base hits Chase, Sweeiu y. Pase on 'alls off Fisher. 1: off Pake, 4. Struck (tit Py Warhop, bv Lake WESTERN LEAGUE Oinahn, 10; Denver, I. Omaha, Aug. 13. Omaha ham- "icied MeAdiimq all over the field and took the second game of T.es. Kane hit for a home the run "itli the bases full. Score: R. II. K Oliver not) 000 001 1 4 "nuiha ono 401 f.Ox 10 13 2 IVatteries: McAdams and Spahr; la!,l and Johnson. Two-base hits Ha'l, Cassidy, Lindsay. Home run 'Kavie. Double play Hall to Justice t"iSchipke; Schipke to Kane; iil riritre to Spahr. Hase on halls off la'll, 4; off McAdams. 3. Struck out "v Hall. 7: bv McAiliinis. . Hit y Ipi-.cbed ball Johnson, Quillen. Sti'ieli haea Th.tm.i si-,n Viehol'f. till. Sacrifice hits Covle. Cussidv. MnlmVS: ' AYIMilfal.'' .uoincs, Aug. 13. perry wn uiiHivituy ..during lhM flm n.e uings nnu lies Moines gained a leul runs, which Wichita Was unaiiie t() overcome, Hueston held ine visitors to five (scattered hit. score: Pl'S .MolllCH Wl' hlta . . . Patterles; Perry, Scott hits Craig, Hueston, ft. 11. E. . .021 000 OOjc 3 0 . . . mho mil nun i r, i Hueston and Mctlraw; and demons. Two-base Pettlgrew. sa rifice hits Jones, Wetzel. Pase on nails oif Mtieston, 1; off Struck out My Hueston. 3: Perry, 1. by Perry, Hits Off Perry, 4 in 7 innings. Mom iiy, ; ToMka, 3. Sioux City, Aug. 13. Meyers' hat ting featured n ragge.l game today, In which Sioux City defeated Topekn. The left fielder batted in five of Sioux City's runs. K.rrors gave the Kansans three runs. Score: p. n. R Sioux City ...003 000 201 li 8 5 Topeka 000 131 000 5 8 2 Potteries: P. Sage, J. Sage and Cadman; McKee and Smith. Two base hits Clarke, Andreas, Walsh, King. Three-base hit Meyers. Hits Off L. Sage, 6 in 6 Innings. Pasc on balls Off L. Sage, 1; off J. Sage, 1; off McKee, 3. Struck out Py 1.. Sage, 3; by J. Sage, 1; by McKee," 1. St. Joseph, 2: Lincoln, 41, St. Joseph, Aug. 13. Thomas, re cently released by Sioux City mid St. Paul, hebi Lincoln to three hits to day. While St. Joseph hunched lilts In one inning anil won. .Sensational liebling was a feature. Score: p. H. K. Lincoln nflo 005 000 0 ,i i St. Joseph ...020 000 (I0 2 7 0 Potteries: Carney and Smith; Thomas anil (irifllth. Two-base hits McCotmick, willing. Stolen base Powell, Struck out Py Thomas 3; by Smith. 5. Pns on balls Off Thomas, 3; off Smith, 1. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE At I.os Angeles- Score : Vernon Onkland . . . Palteries: Killllay and P. II, , 4 !i , 3 fi Agnew Stewart Itohrcr. and At San Francisco Score: Sacramento San Francisco Patteries: (Ulliigan t. II F.. 3 11 2 4 Kroitze and Delhi and Perry. At Portland Score: Portland Los Angeles Butteries: Sutor, firegg ley; Xagle, Levennz and P. . . t . . 9 H. 12. 14 12 How and Poles. SOUTHERN LEAGUE At New Orleans: Atlanta, 1; New Orleans, S, At Montgomery: Nashville,' 1; Montgomery, 2. At Pli min.eham: Memphis, 2; Plr- mingham, 1. Three games Scheduled today. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Indianapolis: Kansas City; game called in second Inning: rain, At Columbus: Minneapolis, 1; Co' luinbtis, 4. At Toledo: Milwaukee, B: Toledo, 0. At Louisville: St. Paul, 15; Louis ville, 13. Second ame: Louisville, 1; St. Paul, 4. Called end of eighth: darkness. "SAILOR TOM" SHARKEY TO TRY AND COME BACK New York, Aug. 13. "Sailor Tom" Sharkey, once a lending heavyweight pugilist, with n record of standing twenty-live rounds before Jim Jeffries and giving the then champion one of the hardest battles of his career, an nounced himsilf tonight as a "conten der for the white heavyweight cham pionship of the world." Sharkey louks to gain the distinc tion after a long period of retirement by taking the measure of Tommy limns, whose defeat by Jack Johnson gave the latter the world's title. Sharkey says he has been led to be lieve that Purns wants a relitrn match with Johnson and expressed his own willingness to arrange a match with Hums, "under any fair conditions the latter may name." He expresses con fidence that if he takes a "course In strict training," be can re-enter 1 lu ring and defeat Purns. Play fiolf in High Wind. Minneapolis, Minn., Aug. 13. De spite u high wind today, which made low scores difficult a total score of 101) or better for the 36-hole. qualifying play of the Trans-Mississippi (loll association tournament, the last eighteen holes of which were played today at the Minikahda club, was necessary for entrance into Hie first round of championship play, which begins tomorrow morning. Among the pairings for "the first round with the qualifying scores are M. A. Mcl.oughlln. Denver, lli.'i. and F. II. (ialnes, tif oniaha, 10!); Walter Fairbanks, Denver, lot, and Tom Pevnolds, Oniaha, 107. Tennis Players Default. Southampton, L. I., Aug. 13. M. K. McLoughlin and F. C. Inman tie faulted in the third round of the Meadow cluli invitation lawn tennis li tingles today. Their withdrawal came after each man hail won in the seeontl round by defaulting. Thomas C Puiiily. of California, won by lie fault in the second round ami third round put out William burn, S-fi. "(-7. -2. in th Wash - I COX'S AUCTION OF . . . . -MM.nvnnrlnl'1 'I C..-IO HOUStHULU hUrilMI I unt, Inspection today only after 2 m. Al TPi. TOMOPUoW. i THI PSDAY THK 1 '.TH. 1 ne auction will start at 9:30 it. in continuing until noon, and then from 1 :30 p. m., tut li an c house full of things; you bet- ter go itnd look them ovcr to- dav. at r.ifi WPST COPPPP Avr.vri:. I KWK AMTION . FIGHTERS IVRRKIMR A IITHMO B IL ISTS ARE PAVHJG 0 INITIAL!! HARD FOR GAUD Rival Training Camps Are Bus iest Places in City, with Ad mirers About Evenly Divided Between Newman and Congo As the day draws near for the championship bout between Louis Newman, of Denver, and the Congo Kid, of Memphis, interest among lo eal fans Is growing intense. The training camps f each of the fighters urn thronged dully by hundreds of fans, ami opinion as to which of the boys will win Friday nlisht. Is about evenly 'I'll.. divided big mrpriee of the coining match may I sprung on the boxing game enthusiasts by the Congo Kid. The faithful manner In which th dusky champion is training lends color to the prediction. Never before lias he actually got down to the gruelling grind of d.illv workouts, and those who know the colored lad claim that this means hi' Is out alter bigger game in the future, and hence, Is deiormmeil to win front Newman lu the coming contest. Put then Is ,i nollo r one to be reckoned with before micIi a tiling' can come to pass. This one is Louis New loan. The Denver lightweight is also Hailing every bit as faithfully, and the way hi' limbers up in his hnxiiiy: slums Is a revelation to those who have watched him. Newman boxed eight fast rounds yesterday afternoon at the New Mexico Ath letic cluli gymnasium, and was as fresh at the finish us when lie start ed. He used up three sparring part ners In quick succession, and when he finished with Paiber Pobinson. the latter felt like he had g through a genuine bout instead of just a workout. Newman Is a little over weight and will have a slighl advantage over the Congo In this re sfpect, as well as in reach and height. Hut this fact Is not worrying the Memphis scrapper a bit. He says that Newman is built for him to whip land since the Congo is u serious minded sort of a quantity and not given to braggadocio, there are many who believe he has something stowed away to hand Newman Friday eve ning. With three star preliminaries as a sort of primer for Hie main event the coming card should he one of the best, if In fact it isn't the best, ever staged 'by the New Mexico Athletic cluli. Tlie best of thesu prelimi naries, aside from the semi-vvliiduri between Harber Pobinson and Kid Stern, which everybody agrees- will be fast and furious from the start, is one between Young Sam l.aiig'ford and Mike Brock, the latjer being a welterweight from Kansas City. Prock showed up yesterday afternoon lor a workout, and one round proved he had everything tlwit he claimed, lie is fast, uses both hands and looks every Inch a boxer. However, he is going tij have his hands fiilj yyhon, he, tackles 'yfiung Sam, for tills boy Is surely . iVver and built like the fa mous hrr, whose name he has ap proprialcH: .to bolster his pugilistic ambitions. It . was announced ycsierday that Dave Pnllo, the veteran referee, will be the third man In the ring. Polio got into a rather tight place at the last card, when Kid Yoakum knocked Phil Knight through the ropes, the latter falling on his head and failing to come back -for the lentil round. Polio called it a draw and then later announced that he should have de clared the match no contest, accord ing to ihe olficlal rules of the Mar tinis of ouoensherry. Of all the men who have acted in the capacity of referee for Mark Levy's cluli since it was organized, Polio has given the best satisfaction, and therefore his selection for Friday night will doubt less prove popular. The Job of ref eree is a thankless one for anybody at best. GEORGE V STAKES AT FORT ERIE First Day's Grand Circuit Rac ing at Buffalo Featured by Record Attendance and Ex citing Finishes, (By Miirnlinr Journal Spreliil ".Mneil Wlre.l Puffalo, X. V.. Aug. 1 3. The first day's racing of the grand circuit stars at the Fort Krie track was ushered In with n banner a I teiida nee. Four stirring races wire wilnessed, three going to favorites. The track was fast and one horse made a new mark. The feature if the afternoon was the King C.eotge " slake. $."i,oaO, for 2:12 trotters, it resulted in an up set. Five heats were winner. Ksthcr V the pools anil wen handily In 2:0S 1-2. tifth after going to the start. In the sei trolled In gel a sold favorite in the first heat Padell finished a bad break nt ontl heal Ksthcr V.. took was at ' the bail, but Patii-n s nose ox's wheel at the half. Ill a drive down the stretch. beautiful Podn W.. I' for a y Closctl till' aj( a III r.fioei oke close to the wile. The time mile was 2:m; 1-4. a second la sti r than the stallion s mark, on the third heat easily, er W broke at the llvc- Pa.bn v. eighth ,. 1". In the fourth heal Patlen stepped on a slolie III me instance flag and lost the heat to ii.ikdale. The final beat went to linden, but a claim of foul was registered with l ho judges by Snow, driving 'laktlale. He claimed he was shut tdf by Coilnev after the start, forcing the gray geld ing to a break. The foul was not al lowed, although the Judges held their decision tor thirty minutes. Ijitlies' and men's fine tailored mil l, values as hih as $30.00. for Stotiii, I'.-Kiiuiiiis Thursday, s a. m.. at the J treat Golden Pule suit sale. lAJfJIGHT BADEN WINS KING ASKED TO DRIVE OVER HEW TRACK Number of Local People Make Rounds of Speedway Yester day, Rolling It Down After Monday's Rain. All local auto owners are asked to drive their cars as often us possible ivr the new auto specilw.iv, con sirueted bv the Fair association on the mesa last. week. About fifty machines of various makes went over the track yesterday, mid ibis treat ment, following the rain Monday night, late, had a very beneficial ef fect. The track Is so constructed that It is possible to make the entire circuit without changing gears down from high at all. Secretary Frank Storl. went over the trail yesterday morning, and when he returned, de clared himself much pleased with It. He said he had driven thirty miles an hour and faster all the way around. The speedway bids fair to become u favorite drive for local auto own ers, and will be the scene of a good deal of pleasure driving hereafter. President J. K. P. Sellers, of tin Fair association, sent out several wagons and teams yesb niay, and a number of men, who will work ov er Rome of the bud places in the grade of the speedway' WitU tl is In the fin est possible condition. The same men will aWo hulbj a' trough bridge over an Irrigating tlltch. which It was found necessary to cross. This trough will be heavily linflt,. so as, to with stand the tdiock of u heavy car strik ing li at high spivil... ' , , other i i ts will make the rim ov er the speedway today. CANADIAN SLOOP i MAKES IT TWO STRAIGHT HEATS Chicago, Aug. 13. Py the narrow margin of nine seconds, the Canadian slooo Patricia, today won tin- third me,. ,.r ihe i ii t e rim t lona I contest tot e of Ihe international contest lor chami'loiiship of the great lakes iin the (American yacht Michicago. Iv a third of it boat's lengih sepa- the from link a third of a boat's lengih sepa iuie',1 ibe contestants ul the finish The official elapsed lime lor the winner was 2'.:!3;05 for eighteen miles. The Patricia's victory today put the Canadian boat in the lead with two vii loi ieM to her credit. Tin Anieriean limit won ihe Initial race last Satur- day. There will be five heal.-!. Ureal excitement Was caused .lur ing the first race of the afternoon when the motorbtmt Kittyhavvk. own ed by II. II. Tiinkiii. of Detroit, sank. Her occupants. Freeman .Monroe, driver, and Fred Josephs, tuochanl- l elan, were rescued. I he boat was a I length and a half from shore. A few minutes before the accident she had set a record for the carnival h negotiating live miles, - in eight "minutes. Tills was the second boat to sing at the carnival. The Patty Pe liuiTee, a notorboal, went down yes terday. Only one mntorhont race was finished today, the Chicago, owned by K. ,1. Piehanls, of Chicago, winning the 2-l'oot event of filteen miles in 24:li. .Monroe said tonight that his boat caught file, due probably to some of the Ignition wires bei ling short circuited. The entire ' bow was in flames when he first noticed the fire, Monroe said, lie warned his mechanician and (hey both Jumped. Pure silk pongee coats, Sla.OO value for Jti.i, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the (loldeii Kale. THERE IS JUST ONE GLOSE IN There Will Never Again be the Same Opportunity to Pur chase Real Estate in Albu querque as is Afforded Now. One hundred ami Hfly lots sold In the Paynohls addition since that prop erty was placed on the market Just, a bare month ago. That Is going some. Put the sales agents of the new addition Intend to go some more before they are through. Cotllidelit that there Is just one t lose in residence addition, that there never will be another Just like this llay oolds properly, the sales agents are enthusiastic In their efforts to get in louch wiih purchasers. The green pass hook issued to each purchaser of lots in the llaynobls ad dition is a sure indication of thrift, (let the habit. Puy a pair of lots III the Paynohls place do it now- you vv ill and never regret it. A dollar down a dollar a week on each lot and tleetl will be volirs before .Von 111. know it The most interesting feature is that there is no interest, no luxes for 1012. Liberal allowances are made for illness or accident. Hoge & Met 'anna. s.ib'H ugeiits for the new addition, may le found at any time in Hie day or evening in their offices on the ground floor "I the Slate Na tional bank building. Persons who wish to look over the liaynnlils prop rt and who have mi conveyance of their ow- are asked to telephone to the sales .ii-cnls and i oiiv cy a m e will be fill nish.-il W llhoill t est. Pore silk pongee coals, J1.V00 value for 0.!t'.. Tiiorsdiiy. Friday and Saturday at the C.obl. a Pule. Pohert W. Herter, I.awrencevllle, Mo., who had been bothered with kidney trouble for two years, says: "I tried three different kinds of kid ney pills but with no relief. My neighbor told me to use Foley Kidney Pills. I took three bottles of them. nil fit m permanent -ure. I recom mend them to everybody." J. If. O Uielly Co. ADDITION SECTION FINISHED YESTERDAY Bitulithic Company Completes Laying of Topping on Wcstj Central Avenue, Thus Ending Woik in Business Distiiet. The pnvinu of the busiie si of AlbutiUefillie Was complel ' lioll .I teltlav a I let noon, when the Texas Piiulithle Company, which has I n doing the worfl. finished the laving of the topping on West Central ave nue mar SIMh street. Neatly all ol the newly laid section w traffic last night, only a s open li I small see This Will be Hon being kepi closctl opened this morning. The first section of paving com prised four blocks on Second siieet. from Tijeras avenue to Silver avenue, and from llroatlvvay to Sivtli sired on Central avenue. The paving, at least some of It. has been in place several weeks, and has given universal satis faction. The city council recently or dered nineteen more blocks of the same sort to be laid on adjacent si reels. Pig bargains lor all at the big Ooldell Pule suit sale, beginning at !l a. til., Thursday. August l.'.ih. W. 0. STOREY HERE ON THE PECOS Vice President of Santa Fe Visits City for a Day; De clares That He is Out for Rest and Recreation Only. W. P. Storey, vice president In charge of operation for the Santa l'e. Is a visitor in the city for a few da vs. Mr. Stofi v arrived last night on train No. I I ruin the Pecos country, where he had been for a week or more oil a vacation trip, with II. I'. .Mud-.'.e. on sldellt of the Kocl Island lines. Mr. Storey declared that he special purpose in making a Albuquerque, and (aid that probability he would go cast bail no visit to ill all litis af- ternoon. .Mr. Storey is well Known here and was called 'upon by several railroad men ami others. A committee f the Commercial cluli will meet with him today on Important business. Pig bargains f' (iohlen Pale suit 9 a. m., Thursday. r all at tin- big sale, beginning at August liith. JACK JOHNSON WILL BOX JOE JEANNETTE IN NEW YORK SOON Chicago, Aug. 1 sign papers today lu ill close arrang ;;, "i expect to or tomorrow that 'incuts for a 10 e Jeaiinette 111 New in in. I In itit with York CilV." saill Jack Johnson. champion heavyweight pugilist. "I bine decided (o fight Ibis battle for the sake of my wife only." Johnson weighs 24 7 pounds. Just three pounds less than when he started to train for his light with Jim Flynn at Las Vegas. THIRD PARTYTICKET FOR WASHINGTON Seattle, Aug. 1 3. A third party ticket vvllh candidates for all con gressional, state ami county unices, will be put in Ihe tield by (be pro gressive pariy in Washington. ibis was ileelded today at me ciinieieoce 0 progi'K-slv'c leaders attended by lelegates to the national convention, numbers of the Aberdeen Koosevelt 'invention and leaders of the progres sive itiovi nii'iil. A slate convention will be held September, lath. J John C. Lawrence, of Spokane; who filed as candidate for the republican nomination for governor, announced tonight that he would withdraw from the republican party and seek Ibe progressive nomination. BOWMAN MAY LOSE" SEAT IN CONGRESS Washington, Aug. 1 3.--The house elections committee Investigating the eoniie l In two li Charles '. Powinan, of the Klevehlh Pennsylvania district, and ileorge li .McLean, has prepared a report r mniiciuling Mr. Powman's unsealing on Ibe ground of large cx pendilures In Ins election. Mr. Povvmati aihiiliieil spending $7.1!i. The coiiiioiilec will not re commend th'' soiling id McLean. OPERATION FAILS TO LOCATE BULLET Atlanta, 'la., t ion pcrformi d til ace in Ibe In let which rniw lower limbs vv: llrace claim t in trial Mis i i recently return Aug 13.- Tile opera today upon Kugene pe ot budiitu the bul- d l be pa ra I ' sis of his is unsuccessful. i his wife shot him. lac- was acquitted and ed to Philadelphia. I -.rock mid Pnnihe Draw. Cleveland. ".. Aug. 1 3.--.lohlinv Dundee, of New York. and Matt Puck, of Cleveland, leal herw eights, fought last IJ-roiinil draw here to night. Dundee's footwork kept Pluck III a distance in the en I rounds. her pure silk pongee coals. Jl."..00 value for JO Thursday, Friday and Sat'liday at Ihe Hidden Pule. 'iotiibiliool-l- Nominate Houston Dallas, lex . Aug. 13. The prohibi tion convention lodav iimiiinutcti Col onel Andrew .Lu kson Houston, of Peaumont. son of tlem-ral Sam Hous ton, for governor. AFTER A VACATION JUAL FIESTA AT BELEN FORMALLY TONIGHT Remainder of Week Will See Seiies of Attractions on Ex tensive Scale; Celebration a Great Event, (Sif-clnl ('urrraiiiiiiilt-ni-i ti. Murnlnti .loitried.) Helen. N. M.. Aug. 13. plans for the annual Helen fiesta, which opens tonigni. are practlcallv completed, and the festivities i the n niainder of the present week vv ill be carried on on an elaborate scale. The at liaciions at the fiesta ibis year are more numerous than ever before, and all who attend the event arc planning on a good time. This celebl .itloll marks the great est period of Ihe year to the native population, ami many of the resi dents of the vicinity for a number of miles lu all directions have placed their families anil a few necessities of life in their wagon ami are now tanipintt on the outskirts of Ihe city. inning the past few davs, lorees of men have been busy erecting the lenis which will be used for various purposes dining the fu-t i. The carnival company Is i oin plei itig lis preparations. . portion of the ai tractions of this company atrivc.l early In the week, and the remainder! have :c vv airiveil, and Ho- last are being put in place. In addition I" the tenis of the carnival lompanv, a' number of ret reslinteiil and rest tents have been erei led, giving the business portion of the i it v a truly gala appearance. The presence ol large numbers of visitors in the city will increase business in all of the local stores, and preparations have been math- for taking care of Ibis. The fiesta will continue during Ihe remainder of the presciii week. I'ev. W. A. Nicholas, a representa tive of Ihe Children's Home Society of New .Mexico, was m Helen on Sunday, and delivered a sermon at the Luther an church in the evening. The service I was of a union nature, and a large audience was present. The speaker's Istibicct was "A Font Pace," the text being taken trout ihe eighteenth chap ter of Seeontl Samuel. The discourse was very Interesting. Following the sermon, l(ev. Mr. Nicholas spoke at sonic length on the work of the Chil dren's Home Society. Sunday morning lie spoke briefly to the Sunday school of the Lutheran and Methodist churches, lie has I n spending a lew davs in Pclcti In the Interests of his work. Iiennle Pecker, son of John Pecker, of Helen, returned I" bis home here Sunday ev ng, Mr. Pecker, who at tended school In the east during the piK-l term, went to P.altle i 'reck, .Mich., at the i lose of school, where he remained Several weeks. .Miss Frieda Pecker and M Irs l.vtlia Duckhind Went to Albuquerque Satur day evening, returning Sunday, after spending the day with iriends there. Dr. and Mrs. Win. I '. Pailclifl'e left Monday evening for a trip to Califor nia. Some live weeks ago Dr. Pad- elilf sustained all In.iurv trout wnien he has not yet recovered, and the trip Is taken for his health. Air. and Mrs. Henry P. Abell and son Willie, Weill to Albuquerque Sat urday evening for a short visit. A. S. Jones, of the Lee pharmacy, Chico, Oil., who has handled Foley . Co.'s medicines for many yours, says: "1 consider that Foley's Honey and Tar Compound has no equal, and Is the tine cough medicine 1 can recommend as containing no narco tics or other harmful properties." The genuine In u yellow package. J. 11. O'Pielly Co. GUARDSMEN TAKEN Captain B. M, Hunter Sends Details After Men Who Fail to Show Up for Di ill; Eighteen Hustled to Rendezvous. Albuquerque's omt ingeiil of na tional gua rdstiien were hauled down lo the armory last night by main force and awkwardness, at bast some of thelil Were, when Cupt. It. M limn,!' I. ani.l Ihal then: were only two squads of men present the hour for drill at l ived, who were iiii.-slm; were sent Some of them declared that vv hell Those tor. I hoy never couldn't i inn, but I hey theless. Wild broiighl In ihe drill was held, missed wilh an Thursday niahi for. The company week now. ami men find their lite sounds had deliniiieiiis, a short Hid the soldiers ills I li.l It lit ' 1 1 ii II lo appeal without being sent is drilling twice a some of the guards duties onerous, but declares Ihal tin v Captain Hunt must be performed nevertheless, and he proposes to have bis men come to drill regardless of dales with their best girls, picture shows and other n 1 1 i in t ions. He is looking for several reel -tilts also, alui will be pleased to see ap plicants it the iirnioiy anv Tuesday or Thursday evening, or on Sunday nl tcrnooiili before the company starts for the rifle range for target prac tice. SPECIALIST DIES OF SPOTTED FEVER Washington, Aug. 13. Past Assist ant Surgeon T. P. Mi Clintoi k. or the l iiiled Slates public health and ma rine hospital service, died tonight of Pocky Mountain "spotted fever." tine of Hie foremost specialists in this deadlv malady-, which he virtually had eradicated from the Hitter Pout vallev in Montana. It was the Irony fate that Dr. M'-cllntock should suc cumb to the disease. TO ARMORY DY SQUADS ELKS' THEATER Friday Aug. 1 6, 9:00 p. m. A li assv i Gard Versus A Lightweight Battle The Main Event of the Evening. "Barber" Robinson and Kid Stern 6 Rounds to a Decision Mike Brock OF KANSAS CITY Versus i Young Brito l A Ten Round Affair TWO PRELIMINARIES WITH HOME TALENT AMATEURS AS THE PRINCIPALS. AUSPICES New Mexico Athletic Club MARK LEVY, Director. PRICES: 75c, $1, $l.SO RINGSIDE: $2.00 Scats on Sale at IMATSON'S THE CONGO 1