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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 21, 1912.
THREE STANDING OF THE CLUBS National I.enguc. Weill Lost Pot. Now York 77 3 1 ,;is t'liieuRi 711 Its !f,s Pittsburgh Hi! 13 (imj I'liiladelphia S; I'lncltuiatl ,-,;t mi 4II1) Ht. I.miiH r, i447 luooklyn 411 " .a,-,; lioston .Ill 7 .2H'i American LciiKlio. Willi I.IIRt Pot. Huston 7!l sr, .tin:) Washington 71 44 tcy l'hlladelpbin Ii7 4il ..r,!i;t I'hiciiKu ut .r,n4 I ii iniit : . . fr. r,2 ,47n I'levelaiul .", l iki .447 New York 7 3 .3 IS St. Lulils 37 "7 .. ;r, V mpire Owens, who whs behind the tint whh ,it Uy n foul tip off Jack .Mlllora bat n the second Inning of e same Ka me, his breast hono IjoIiih broken, a ,-,. decided t pse players us umpires. Catcher l'heliM, of Brooklyn, .iml Hvntt. utility m:in or PittHbiu-Kh, in ted thereafter. I'm I'lie Owens w u 8 unconscious when Jiiken i th,. hospital. rtiysleinns, It is said, will have to use an X-rnv to ascertain the extent of his It) juries. I mpire lire nnnr. iw n.,i uet-i.o.uii' hurt. ' Mrst Rnino score Plttsbur-di Brooklyn , Hatterles n iiison I.onnrd 3. Wild Moon base I oil' pltrh -lloiujlim Lincoln I; Sioux City 3. Lincoln, Auk. 20. Lincoln contin ued Iih ivlnniiiij Mtrenk by tukiim ihe. upeuil'H Knie of the Sioux lily scries In ten i ii ii I ii u m. ,v pitchers w ere slronn and after the first innlni;, MourblKo wan well nlKli Invincible. Score: It. II. K. Lincoln .... (iii nun liifl 1 4 ii 2 SlOUX City ,.:;uii llllll IMMI II 3 7 u lluucries: .MofiriiUo and Slratioii; Clark, Hi-own mid CI apmun. Two-base hits Mccormick, Cob'. Mvers. Struck Baby Reliance II Winner of Wrigley Trophy Say Judges nut MoKildne balls Mi. ml. Ik e 1 lil'OWII ; Clark llnso on lb-own 4. (I. was in his oppo- I'lity-nine n. if. Western Lean lie. Won Lost Pet. Denver .71 Til J,xi St. Josepii 05 6:i ,f,f, i nuiaha 117 ,',5 . r 4 ;i lies Mollies Ill flu ,f, ); Sioux I'liy nil no .can Lincoln 5!) p ' .4112 Wichita 57 K.1 .4U7 Toieka 41 7S .344 WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY Nuiloiuil League. Brooklyn nt Pittsburgh. American Ij'atiue. t'hlraso at New York. Si. Louis at Philadelphia, licliolt nt Washington. Cleveland at Huston. Western l.canuo. 1'ienver at lies Atnlnes. Wichita at Omaha. Sioux City at Lincoln. Si. Joseph, at To)eka. NATIONAL LEAGUE Xew York, 5: St. Louis, 1. St. Louis, Auk. 20. Wiltse was ef fective with men on buses, while Har mon was hit when hits meant runs, Xew York winning the final Same and making a cleun sweep of the scries. Myers started the third inning by taking first hasp when Harmon hit him. Fletcher was out to Magee. Wiltso singled, Myers stopping at second. Snodgrass then tripled to left center, scoring Myers and Wilts'. Doyle's single brought Snodgrass home with the third run. Meeker singled and Murray ended the inning by hilling into a double play. In the 1 if th ihe leaders scored another run on Fletcher's Walk, Wiltse's sacrifice and Doyle's single, llerzog singled and went to second on On lies' fum ble in the seventh. Myers was nut and Fletcher reached first on Hag gins' error, llerzog scoring on Wiltse's third hit of tile game. Smith's dou ble followed by Koneti ny's single utter two were out in the eighth in ning, gave the locals their only score. Score: It. I! B. St. Louis 1 in 3 Xew York 5 10 0 Hatleries: Harmon, Iiurke and Wlngo; wiltse and Myers, Wilson. Two-base lilts Smith, c lakes. Three base lilt Snodsniss. Double play Hoggins to .Mauser to Konetchy. Jlusp on balls otf Wiltse, 1; off Harmon, 2; (,ff Burke, 1. Struck out By Wiltse, :i; by Harmon, 2; by Burke, 1. K. 3 !l 0 2 X u Hoblnson, llendrlx and Stack. Curtis nnil Miller. iwu-iiuh nits flendrix, Fisher (2). Home run J. Miller, iiiise on balls (iff ltoblnson, 4; off Hendrlx, I; off Stack, ,1. struck out llv liob inson, 2; by Hendrix, 3. ' Second game score: 11. II. Kl Pittsburgh l 11 I) Brooklyn "j IS 0 Batteries: O'Toole, Warner, Ferry and Kelly; Itagon and Krwin, Mil ler. Two-b.isc hits Mornn, North en, Smith. Three-base hits Butler, Wheat, Fisher (2). Double play Butler to J. Miller. Base on balls Off O'Toole. 2; off Warner, 1; off Ferry, 3: off itagon, ft. Struck out By O'Toole, l; by Warner, 1: by Ferry, 3; by itagon, 4. Wichita 2: Oiiialia Omaha, Aug. 2U. Perry great form today and held Ilellls hi llirce lilts. But uv baiters faced him and only three balls went into the oiiit'leld dumm ihe en tire game. Score: It. II. K. ! huiiha nun mill mill u 3 2 i Wichita nun i i o mm 2 I Batteries: Beebe and Johnson, Perry and Waoob. Two-base lilts -C'oylc, Wilcob, Hughes. Base oil balls Heche 2; Perry 1. Struck out- -Pclly 3 Heche 4. Wei ( Topcka, seph. game ilolllld. Hi Topekil. Aug, 21). Topcka-St. .lo postponcd: wet grounds. AMERICAN LEAGUE Clilpilfto, .:; Philadelphia, 1-2. Philadelphia, Aug. 20. Chicago won both games of a doubleheader. thereby making a clean sweep of the series of three contests. The visitors owed their success to bunching hits In both games, while In the second they held the home team's score down by making four double plays. First game score: Jt. H. 10. Philadelphia 1 fi 3 Chicngi ti f, (I Batteries: Coombs and Lapp; Cl cotle and Schalk, Enr.terly. Two-base hit Baker. Thtve-base hits J. Lord, 11. Lord, Oldrlng. Double plays Rath to Weaver to J- Collins; E. Collins to Harry lo Mclnncs. Base on balls Off I'iontte, 1; off Coombs, 4. Struck out By Clcotte, 3; by coombs, 1, Second game score: B. If. K. Philadelphia .... 2 7 0 Chicago 3 9 0 Batteries: Bender. Houck and Kgun, Lapp; White, Peters, Walsh and Kuhn. Two-hasp hits Baker, Mclnnes. Three-base hits Mattlek, Maggert. Double plays Weaver to Hum; eider to Itath to J, Collins; J. Collins to Weaver to J. Collins; Walsh to Weaver. Base on balls Off White, 1; off Walsh, 1. Struck out By Bender, 3; by Houck, 1. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE At Portland Score: Portland Sacramento Batlerics: Koestner Howh-y; Williams, Cheek. It. II 7 12 .r. k. Khiivlticr Flrgetnlil a ml and At San Frii lu isco Score: It. San Frlnclsco . . '. 2 Vernon 1 Bait' A gnew, rles: Baker and Am r; Hilt AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Kansas City nnapolis game grounds. At Milwaukee Louisville. II-1). At Minneapolis Toledo, 3. At St. Paul St. Paul, HI. Kansas City-lndl-poslponed; wet .Milwaukee, 1 Minneapolis, jr iwz; ii. k. I m i n 2 1 "N. il l i 4 ; i ZliMm& ,llfc'(SiMJ IHMUKSlAi.Jteq Coluillblis, SOUTHERN LEAGUE Orleans, 0; iblle At Xew Orleans: Xi XllSilVllle, 2. At Mobile: Mi At .violltgollli Chattanooga, L M Birmingham: Birmingiuini, 11 Atlanta, 3. .'; Memphis iiitgoinery, r i lly lliirnlltff Jfnlirllill Hprrlnl t.rimril Wlrr.I Cllieiigo. Aug. 20.--,1. smart HlacU- n, miller o( the power boat llnbv niiinl,.r of the At , of New York, imlav winner of Hie W'il- ., 22, trophy l. water eainhal, II Bin. Uh.n H ill liave 111 Ihe eollrlK lo oli- Keliance II, and lit title Yacht club was ilcelai'i'd tin Hum Wrlnhy. .Ii tile Juilgi s at III is probable thai to make a tiwht Cliicngo, -l:t: Pbiliiilclnbla. Chicago, Aug. 20. J 'biladelphia was defeated by Chicago in a doti '.ileiuuder today. Lavender held the visitors safe in the first game, while Chicago hunched lilts on Alexander. Three Philadelphia pitchers were used in the second contest. starting and lasting lour Innings. iteiilbacli started for Chicago and re tired in the third when be Injured his side. Smith relieved him and the visitors did not get a hit until the seventh. He slacked up here and llhe Philadelphia us yot their three runs in the seventh and cighlh. First game score: It. H. K. Chicago ' Ii X - Philadelphia 1 i 1 Batteries: Lavender and Archer; Alexander, Finneran and Klllifer. Two-bate, hits F.vers, Archer, Cra vath, Doolan. Double play Kvers to Tinker to Saier. Base on balls Off Alexander, 3; off Lavender, 1. Struck out By Alexander, 1; by Lavender, ft. Second game score: R. H. K. Chicago 13 15 1 Philadelphia 3 p Batteries; Bciilluich, Smith and Archer, Cottir; Moote, Hitler, Fiu nerun and Dooin, Morgan. Two-base hits Saier, Archer, l-heckord, Zim merman (2), W. Miller (2), Lobert. Three-base hits Saier, Walsh. Base on balls off Iteulbuch, 2; off .Moore, 2; off Bitter, 4. Struck out --By lleulbach, 1; by Smith, 4; by Hitter, 1; by Finneran, 1. 81. Iiiils, 1-1: Xpw York, tt-i!. Xew York, Aiu. 20. Xew York broke even ire a doubleheader with St. Louis. Ford's support failed ill the eighth inning of the first game, when three errois und two hits en abled the visitors to score three runs MeConnell besti .1 Mitchell In a pitch ers' contest in the second game. Ster retl's triplet In the ft cand defeuied the visitors. It soured Hartzell ind Sterrelt came nome on Sweeney's single. PI I st gamp score: 1!. H. K. Xew York I S I St. Louis 4 10 1 Baltcries: Foid and Sweeney; 41 liston and Abxander. Two-base bits Piatt, Chase, Sweeney. Williams, Threc-bi.sc bits C iiase, Williams. Double play All'ston to Pratt to Stovall. Base on balls Off Alllston, 3. Struck out By Ford, ti. Second game score: It. II. K. Xew York 2 S 2 j St. Louis 1 4 t Batteries: MeConnell and Sweeney, Mitchell and Alexander. Three-base Moore a, lt su-rrelt. Double play Sim mons to Chase to Paddock. Base on balls Off MeConnell, ft. Struck out Hy Mi Council, 2; by Mitchell, 2. iiiciniiali, 1-1; Boston. 0-1. Cincinnati. Aug. 20. Cincinnati and Boston broke even in a double header today, th,. locals winnning the first. The first game was a pitchers' battle for eight innings, when Dick Kon weakened, four hits sending over a like number of tallies. Boston drove Benton from the rubber in the third inning of the second game. Fromme allowed but four hits, the remainder of the game. Donnelly was eltective. Fust game score: Cincinnati Huston Hattcries: Sugss and Clark; Dickson and Kilns. bits Kling. Kgan. Sweeney, on balls Off Suggs, 1. Struck By Dickson, 3; by Suggs, 2. . Scond came score: B. Cincinnati 1 ft 1 Boston 4 9 1 Ha'.terits: Benton, Fromme and Clark; Donnelly and llariden, Kling. Two-hase hit Titus. Three-base hits Jackson, Sweeny. Pise on balls off Donnelly, 2: off Benton, 2; off Fromme, 1. Struck out By Don nelly, 3; hy Benton, 3; by Fromme, 4. alch Washington, 1-2; Cleveland, 2-0. Washington, Aug. 20. Washington won both games of the doubleheader with Cleveland today. Walter John Son established a new American league record by winning the first game, making fifteen straight vic tories, fashion pitched a no hit, no run game in the secc nd, though it was called at the end of .In sixth inning to allow the visitors to an early train for Boston. First game scoir; H. Washington t Cleveland Baiterier: Schcgg, Johnson and Ainsmith; (Jrcgg, Steen, Milihcll and O'Neill. Curisch. Two-base hits Mueller, Curisch. Three-base hit Jacks.ui. Base on balls off liregg, 1; off Stem. 2. Struck out Hy Steen, 2; by Johnson, 3; bv Mitchell, 1. Second game store: H. H. F. Washington 2 3 2 Cleveland 0 2 Batteries: Cushion and Henry; f;rei: rin-l O'Neill. Two-base bit Henry. Struck out By Creug, ii; by Cushion, 9, II. 2 10 TENNIS CONTESTANTS BEING RAPIDLY CUT DOWN BY ELIMINATION Newport, 1!. L, Aug. 20, Of lliej aspirants for the national lawn! tennis championship In singles who were on the entry list yesterday irioi n-1 ing, but thirty-live remained in the, running when play closed today. Al- though two score of mulches were I run off during the day there were' no unexpected results and the sur vivors are considered the pick of! American tennis players. j The national championship in dou bles was to have been decided during the day, but Thomas C. Bnnily, of Los Angeles, one of the challengers, de veloped a slight Illness during the night and the holders, Haymond D. Little and (luslav Tom-hard, of New York, generously reiiuested a day's de lay. Instead of the doubles event, the committee immediately slaged a llvc lv contest In singles between former Champion William J. Clothier, of Philadelphia, and Kdwurd II. 1-nriied, of Summit, N. J. Clothier won 111 straight sets, but every gamp was hotly contested. During the day the oiticiais or tne Foiled States Lawn Tennis Associa tion cabled the British association that America would not be represent ed In the trial mutches for the Davis International cup now held in New Zealand. Summaries: Second round: A. II. Mann, J., Yale, Won from K. IL Hickman, Los Ange les, (1-4, (i-3, 3-11. (1-3. T. C. Handy, Los Angeles, won from R. L. Haggs, New York, by delimit. Third round: M. 10. McLaughlin, Sin Francisco, won from I-'. H. Wash burn. New York. C-fl, ti-2. lain ihe trophy. James A. Hugh. o n III. who asseris his bo; (he trophy, tonigh! i lorney to seek an iuji vent the Judges from p cup lo Hlackton. Hugh today ref usi d I I oat a iin insl I la by I ! elia i Ing lie already had nm Hi averred Ibat Hisiui beaten all other er.iiai Reliance II and that il ium t was not legally ei race. The Wm. Wrigley. .Ii the power boat cliampii world represents over t of I tisi u i-i it i- I is I'll I 1 1 h d lo In i 1 1 1 . i an al- Ilelioa I U' senm pn - 111. rare - I I, ;i: Ihe l l-i er III 4 bill New l-ed l! Ill: sen I -1 hM. H.ilo Vort i In. .. trophy for nslliji of Ihe 2, iilill. H is a 1. n perpetual trophy lo be won each year by Hip club whose motor speed boat entry makes the best three nut of tlvii races in com pel il ion open in ihe world, free for all boals under 40 feel !n length. Ii Is a reproduction In silver .if a "Flying Mercury" presenting lo Nep- luiic a hi droplaiic motor hi I boat. Neptune with his trlilein, dolphins and water surrounding are in bronze. The round pedeslal is of green marble. The figure of Mercury and the model sp I boat coniain I, nun ounces of sierllng silver. The trophy stands ,"i (eel. ii inches high. The base Is 17 Inches In diaiueier. .Mr. Wrigley will provide annually a replica of this big Jftjuio tiopliv, which becomes the personal property of tile w inner of eiu h year's races To provide this trophy annually will leipiirp an endowment of about $17, ftou, thus giving Mr. Wrigley's trophv h Milue of about $22,0.111. in addition to these prizes ale a $ I, .Mill cash piluc for the winner and a $ o I H i cash pi l.e for the second bunt. ADULTERATED DRUG PASSED AS PURE AT NEW YORK Government Inspector at San Francisco Criticizes Laxncss of Inspection of Impoits at Eastern City, III? Murniits JiMirnid Kpr. I en vcr. A ii g. -'0. of the drugs cm New oi ls alld passed incut Inspectors Ih.i. Ir.lM'd Vtlrp 1 pel' cent Fitly ll;j Hie .orl of bv the govcin us eheint.allv pure are declared bv the government inspector in San I'lall.ls. o to be adilllelaled, ncci riling lo slalemeiH made toda.N' al the second .lax's ioii veiitlon ,,f the Amei i. an I'ln.i iiia.-cu- Ileal association now in s.-s.-l. I he discussion bionghl on u heated I'lofe'Sor Albeit S.-hn lor n r Hie Hovcriiin cIsco. and Dr. Hiisl.; bands all drugs ,.iii ring X.- Yol k 111 list puss. One test made by I'loie-sor ib-r showed, lie said, lh.it nn. .'HI per cent of I ,H . ..linnet . I per used in the 1 nil. .1 Slat, posed of ground up olive i he refuse of original I. la. SUN PROOF Paint Ii equal to anj paint old In New Mexico up to thle tlm. W ar clonlnif It out at fl.7( per gallon, which la below coat, to make room (or a dw Una Sun rroof retalla In aaatarn cltlea at from 12.25 to $2.50 par fallen. THE fiPPKltlon LUMBER MILL CO. BALDRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY Paints, Glass, Cement, Roofing and Builders' Supplies. here. Will h ensiled .lei. ate between bb r, an inspec- 111 al Sao l-'lall-I br.niL;h v boso s is pits . I p and hm-i-lli.in p,i- ii.iii wltb pp ei- to Flu- a peppi r fla a n. I i a iislcum. Al a meeting tonight of the coii-I'.-i.-nce of pli.u ilia. cull, al laenllles, a subsidiary oruaiiiaiion, a resolu tion was passed to niK. the slamlard of schools of pharmacy bv I. ngtbi u Iiik the terms ami a mole rigid ex amination of graticules. 'lite mmiinallnii committee today selected the following nanus as can didates for co inn 1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 . three lo be elected by referendum vole In mall: A. !. Holding, Massai hnselis; S. I.. Itreslcr, foloia.lo ; II. C. p. Pack ard, .Massachusetts; .. c, Lewis, Ala bama; I', i:. I'aspali, Missouri; W. T. 'I'eetcrs, Iowa; W. t'. Anderson. .i-w ork;- t'llarlcs ('asparl. Jr., Mary land; 1.. A. Selzar, Michigan, Tomorrow the association Mill lake up the illesl..n of a house of dele gales from all nllillaied associations, whh Ii will in oe Willi the association each year, but will be given no vot ing power. The cx.-t llllve seen. i.i also meets tomorrow when subjects of u-i-tloual Importance will he discuss ul. BAR ASSOCIATION IS Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON for Picture Frames Fourth Street and Copper Ave. Mogollon Stage and Aulo Line Leave : Arrive I .ca e Arrive Special ( ail or DAILY. silver City 7 a, m. Moimltun -4 p. m. Mogolloti 7 a. m. Silver I'ily I p. m, ( ars on Iteipiest. ddies: ('. V. Murri. ll. silver ( 'II, v, X. M. Prop. i:os I I l.-VAt I.IIN (( all ies I . S. Leaves lioswell Arrives V'aiitihn dally' A I TO 1,1 M lull). HI; 10 ii. m. p. in. a. in, p. in. BOUGH Alii EASY BELEN SCHOOLS 10 WINNER OF THE HUB STAKES "Long-Shot" Cox Drives Horse to Victory in Future Event of Opening Day at Rockingham Paik. AFTER SCALP OF ATTORNEY OPEN FALL TERM SEPTEMBER 8 Medico-Legal Society of New York Cancels Resolution for Next Meeting at San Jose Be cause of Attack on Lawyer, Leaves vanillin dally,,.. S;4.r, Arrives lloswell ILIb) ("Anii. walls until 10:IHI a. in, for arrlv.il of 1-:. P. S. W. tram .No, 3). Fare, one way .fill. Hound trip, $IK. J Oil lbs. hnuuuge carried free; execs baggage, $3. Ml per 100 lbs. IJnKKUgtS up to l,,"iii lbs. curried. Contieciloiis made at Vaughn with all K. p. - s. v, an. I Simla Ke trains. Itosvvell Aulo Co., Itoswcll, (Ivvuers. (Darlington Pros,, Vaughn, Agcnis. THE WM. FARR COMPANY Wholesale and Retail Healers In I l!i:sll N SALT .Mi:,TS Sausages n Specialty l-'nr entile and hogs tip. biggest mar ket prices are paid. llty Morning .1, inrn.il Si.-ih,l Ira-.-. I IViri' l Salem, Mass., Aug. mi,- -Show . r today made Ibe alleiidan. e Ii .al at Resignations on Cause Some Vacancies medialely, 1 1 ii ' I I I Is. Tiouble bo Staff aruL m-i Toliii-oii-,leanni lie .Match in Air., New York, Aug. 20. The state ath letic commission today further de layed union regarding the proposed bout between Jack Johnson and Joe .leanneite booked for September 2filh, I the meeting of the commissioners be ing again put over. The regular weekly meeling is due tomorrow ami tight enthusiasts tiro hoping that the' commissioners then will make known! llleir decision. Ilockliigham Pink for Ihe opening of. the grand circuit i.ic.-.s, I "Tin. iluh," lor ':ll.", pa. a is. valued at $:i,ooo, vvin i he f. nti.ro. ' I ,.n;; sliol" (Vx, the New Hampshire driv er, had Ihe iv nnor in Crinhair llonghm.in, fan ens as ihe I.i;- -.-si money winner of all paeci s in I .'lo led all the way in each oi tl heals. Prank Murphy, of Sufi'ieiil, won ihe :':lv iml with Iv.-vn a handy way. Susie Wood, lb,. Prov ideiice mare, seampercd off with tile Inlllai heal, and Hie cniii.M iioin that point was to determine which of the field could drive out the winner. ill. nn., . In Ii. II. I'--.480 . II 4 1 .McLean. Two-base P.ase out II. Plll-bnrgli. 3-1; Brooklyn. 2-0. Pittsburgh. AuS. -0- In the dou bleheader between Pittsburgh ami Ilrooklyn, I'mpire Brennun and I'ni pire Owens, both were injured In the first part of the first same and two player were called upon to act the rest of hn came anil in the second. The two teams split the doubleheader. I'mpire Ilrennan during the first innins of the first R.itnn slipped near trtond Ujse, injuring Ills knee cap. Itoston, 6: Detroit, '2. Iloston, Aug. 20. Wood won his tweuly-slxlh game of the season to day and lioston made II thre straight from Kelroit. Stallage was forced to retire in the third when he was spiked by Hall on a double steal In which the latter scored. An error am' a passed ball assisted Detroit lo its two l tins. Score: P.. TT. K. Piston ii s 4 Mi troll i 7 - Hattcries: Wood and Cadv; Imbue arc Sta.iagr, Kocher. Two-oase hits Hall CM. Double pla s Wood t i Cadv to Kngl; Speaker .. I'n;le. Hase on balls Off Wood. 1: off Im bue, .1 Struck ut Hy Wood, 3; by Dubllc, .1. WESTERN LEAGUE Deliver 10; Pi's Moines 0. Des Moines, Aug. 20. Denver found three lorn I pitchers for four teen hits and easily won the first game of the series. Leonard held the locals to six scattered Ilils. Score: P. " K- Ies Moines . una 000 ooo o i; :t Ihnver "ftil 111 41210 14 1 Hattcries: Douglas. Ilneston, Kogge and Hanson: II. I-onard and P.loek. Two-base hits O. Ixuiard. Ken worthy. Cilmore. Three-base hit Ketuvorlhy. Sacrifice hits Cusuidy. (iilinote 2. P.bsk. Paw on balls Leon. i ul 3. Struck out- Douglas 3, leanneite Knocks Out Two. Newark, X. J Aug. 20. Joe .lean neite who is mulched to meet Jack Johnson, made an appearance in the ling on the second conscculive nlghl tonight and defeated I wo negro op ponents, Hill Tate, of .Newark, and Hauling Plonks, of Michigan, knock ing each out m the second round. I-Siipcfd Cei-riNin(lriH-fl In Mtirnlnff Joarnnll Helen. , M.. Aug. 2u. ---The Helen public s. bonis Will open for the term on the second .Monday of September. a. i almost all pl'epara uiaile for the eoiidu. ling ol Hilling uie coming and principal be ne lilllc lis Here the seho II.'-! I illll Ille i-nipl. two III" I', I 'i.i lis I miles. leael veil. Ilovvevc I'eMignn I ions i have caused IJOIV on fool The Insl rui , since that the Icaeli mie trouble. 1.1 fill these tors whose Illy M.irnlni .bninuil Menlnl I.piioril Wb-i- 1 San Kmiiiisco. Aug. 20.- Hci-anse the San Francisco liar iissiu l.itlon Is umlcrlakliig lo have I'haib-s K. (ieorge, an ailoriiey, ilisbaircd from pracllce in Ibis state, on a charge of I ra uiliilciii ly obtaining bis certificate, tile liileinailon.il Law assoc iation and Mi dieo-Lei-.al Socicly of New York, lias uiliieii a lit lir lo Ibe Hur asso clalloli, which reads In purl; "That, because nl the Ins. ill offered our bom. id iriistcc, Charles I-!, lieirgc, in whom we have lull fultli, and whose moial vvoiib is uniiiipeaeh ilble, this oinaniiUion l-eselinls the liitbm fixtni: San Jose, Cal., as annual convention Send your soiled clothM to The Duke City Cleaners 120 WEST OOI.D AVE. The moit up-to-dsta olaulDf plant In New Meileo. OniMldo Orders Solicited S5 the Och (1 sevi Wlli gl lie, Jtulg Who I be,- i fixing ol our Ii-1 a." eol-ge figured ral weeks a;: h was iliara eful n ii i .'is ol' Monroe of '(-lipi.'ll llll i esmna lion I ll nnil .-s Ihe I I' III III.- All lliell ell V 'I hi I . is all. ml. nice vein- will llllall. e Havley Dclcnil, His Title. Victoria. II. ('.. Aug, 20. Willi a right cross to Ihe Jaw al the open ing of the seventh round. Joe Hav Icy successfully defended his title of Canadian lightweight champion against Pat Scott, of Seattle here to night. From the fi.rt round fh'' Uocal boxer had things virtually his own way. nrn rriT nn i nnrnr1 rLniLni iviunuLna DAUGHTER OF I iniimuiLii I liis ' V el s were receive. I were Miss and Miss Ithode Schwane, ha V Ing ai l epleil II posit loll .itiiiier.iia' i hi I il 1 1' schools, is her home. oi cry, in. In . . lien I ba I the al Ihe local sihoois Ibis be large. Last .veal' Ihe bloke all former rcciirds, il is though! that there will be vv none enrolled Ibis lerm than A i la n ;-. cl n e Ii I s ale being made lite bo. in I of eilnealloll lo car. liie increased a i tendance In Ihe possible manner. The 111 Ihe A iikiisI ! of the was llllu ol In a bigamy .. l!ie cildciH -Icii.ed as "a rotten perjury, Ihe siiireiiie c l.cii.h. lisliai iiietil case Is to com disi i ii I court of a ppca Is on 2iilh. II Is alleged III support chantes against him Hull be iv icl .-.I of a felony in not lln-i n In I lino, nnil sentenced to Ihir- IMSC e III by out I. up .1' in I '.ddle .lolin-on Itcat White. Pueblo, Colo., Aug. 'in. laldie Johnson, of Pueblo, was given the de cision on points over Fiankie While, of Chicago, tonight at Alamosa after tilleen rounds of hard lighting. White broke his If ti hand in Ibe tilth round, but gamely remained in the fight to Ibe end. Bloodhounds Fail to Take Scent of Atrocious Ciiminal and Parent is Guarded to Prevent Suicide, Br Morning .bum... I , Kiigcne, i ire., allied by blooilh I lilld the" sligllle. ; I ShtIiiI Liei!.! tt'irrj MI2. 2't. I II I.-. 1.1 e:, iilnls, failed i, .day lo i to mien noli! are lo In put! ol III, i tell, a I ion bill OV I'd I be I'.H I. Will oi -lift 1 ' Irue nalill Ilk. and 11 II s. I l. t is I II be ,. VI. a nt I.i iiil in Hi. Ibe i lug Pile legion. I of Helen, uriicsl. Aft- is of waiting, real made for waier in county. There Is ba I w al. r exists III is ,v .-! no one bus Wit liin a short lime b -plb lo iisccrlaill il cotidiliotiM v.lll be I ii I i II I e li I is j, Mie lonl.l I, ul thai lie I' ll lor the govclll- v I. ilt'lv . nl i a hi a I. teen llliilillls III tile house Hon. and iliul m PHI... he vb led ai Hesr.ii and scute twelve months' lerm In tin- house n vol reel ion tor using the mulls lo tie fraud. Try a Journal Want Ad, Results CATIIOUC SOCIETIES FROWN ON DIVORCE lohiison Po-.lt Su.OOII l oifcil. Chicago. Aug. 20. Jack Johnson tonight placed $,"i,0un with Al Tour ney as forfeit ,'or the champion's match with Joe Jeanuelle. The cham pion waited anxiously lor word of J, a unci le s torleit having been posted Inn no news came. II,, th forfeits vvcr to have been put up today. Pr. C. II. F.llsworth, Dentist, IS llahlwln St., Itochester, N. Y., say Foley Kidney Pills gave him Immediate- relief und strengthened him wonderfully. "I have been bothered with weak kidneys and bladder trou ble am suffered much pain. Foley Kidney Pills gave me Immediate re lief and strengthened me Wonder fully. I am pleased to recommend their me." J. II. 'f:icll Co. I ol Mildred i ;t. daughter of !: list i lei gv man. I slain in her I.. , Singularly a! tile clime Is ell mystery. 'I lie ,- I bouse wit II le r ! noise d til ing t it lo awaken her her lying acre ready cold. A between Ibe V tile lie. Ii. the I Oily a povv a l : i made such a si;, murderers' n.oti- hecit i, pe e I, " Kntry to the I broiiKh a nar n mem of alii fll the lieiniiv. Hi.. to i.i, u ii t ..in ' lib I beili ....in Ille Ho ililile I : .1.1 VI 11. rev i ll a. til v. II. A. Hi' .I' litis ciiv i I..--I rtieht. ."io.is and loll, d ill Ihe .1. el. es I, till was ah, lie III the I i i : h.-r iv ho In-a i .i no I ,. i,-,:hi. Wh. n It.- i .nil' ihi- niot iiin he fo"ti.l I S Ibe bed. Ihe bollv al- ' 1 tel. had b'-etl f. Loci- w 1 1' II "I I" ' S When II' It. lies It III.- I hi 111: s II could reol.s s; ws him l (III elll l.'ll lesollllj. ,-legates .-. iii prom is le- i bur. h on Wllaleli i il h, r 1 1 ' rail. II I o I ill .I'lloti u Hig h .1 i K i .. Aug. -'a "l.lllliled iiowii.-.l upon hy the ,, l ilioll i f I ".It 111, lie So- I. tie to, lay the animal in s,si,'I In re adopted ii -eiiina ('..rib lb.it Ihe niillin. I.ingfv bold to Ihe l.g alllliiib- of the Calho- lll opposition lo divorce r gi-oi.nds," -olmiolis pledged the fi d w. rk tor a mel iorai ion of t ,.f wm k mid liv ing of Oil man; lo ligbl the while Mi, iii-asting thai "all oniril'iiiiiig l, good ciiiz, n- illtllbd lo e.llal Support Male. ..ml plolesling agaln-l on , f bibb- I'eadllig In pub- City Sash & Door Co. I IIJST AMI l.i:I). PIIONF. 4tV.. Opposite Sanla 'e I'relglit Depot. M a n il fact urers of Sash, Doors, Frames, Mould- arid Interior Finish. inne i'iy Sample line of fine o.-ik veneer i In slock; also interior hardware ish to mutch with oak or maple. Porch swings, $::. nn mid up. Window franics. $1.2.'. and up. All business done on a small mar gin and satisfaction guaranteed. WM. F. OHLRAU, Manager. A Good Bakery Is Your Salvation When Company Arrives Unexpectedly We liave won in.tny a Hero's Medal For the numerous tescucs we have made. Why Not Become A Regular Daily Patron and Always Be P;cpared? Pioneer Bakery 207 South irt Street. 'jMdgdalcna and Socorro Automobile Line act lally Haven travelliiK m. 1 1 . e was off.-el No sharp In Urn- i ".i ..' '.old be I. .1,11, 1 ill I lie -' b.'"ls. .nil, Is hav e I. ill. d I - l""li" ' " "''iResulls fi ot ii Journal Want Ads National Foundry 1 & Machine Company General Foundry Work, Iron and Brass Castings. BABBITT METAL Albuquerque, New Mexico This sen lr men one day II Mi l Leave Socoiro Arrive M m.lab I e;,V C Mi.Kllal,' Ai-i-lve Socorro I are: Hu Sil.r.o. (I ici land Cars.) ltllll Al KlMKIlll I'. Jt MPM IIOV III,, M ie.lalcna. X. M. s m :i)i i.i:. 3:00 u mi 5:00 u. in. na 2:00 p, in. 3:30 p. in. n. S:t..Mi: round Irin. I FRENCH FEMALE PILLS. HfVlR IHOWV T Mil K.rl .lrt itetto- f .uatnr-tl MnT Kriu4M. Heat prvt4 hri riU-4. Cuiplfi r. ItfMi 4tMt4rtiM Mr Um-h mr& wur vdt im Xhm UNlTtO MCOtCAL CO.,si T4. LMMr.