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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL,; MONDAY, OCTOBER 7,, 1912.
THREE ISPORTSi STANDING OF THE CLUBS National Lookup. Won New York HIS j'itisliiirBh !':t rhiciiKo 2 Cincinnati Lost Pet. .S2 .til-' .11 Oil .4110 .1NII .412 ..'17'J .1140 4S Ml all 7S T'.t tin y 101 Philadelphia . . .St. l.nlliH Brooklyn Huston Amorirnn I.enRue-. Won Lost Tct. .in;, 4 7 .'!'! . in t;i .nil!) , !HI 112 . 7S 7ii ..",07 7.-, 7S .4:10 .' till M . 4 ', I . . r,:i mi -I44 r,o 102 .:!2ii l'.OKtnil Washington Philadelphia ChloaKo . L'ii'VflillUl . . Detroit St. I.ouis . . . New York . . .M X.IOIC Uva l .s SKA SUN. ( l.osi: New York. Oct. annual campaign lional league and II. The USth if the .'a t lit- 12th an- una I American league 1-eason closed simultaneously tod.i! W I)H the New Y.',,V'l'.iifiiinip!ons. hy the Oimtnntlii I niitrginH of 70 and 112 .fininls over their closest competi tors. The possibility of a tie lie - ' tvvcen t'hicago and Pittsburgh for second place in the National league or even of Chicago win ning the second place honors, continued up to the last game to day, but Pittsburgh saved Itself by an overwhelming defeat of Cincinnati nnd stands three points ahead of Chicago. The .St. I.ouis nnd Chicago Americans were the only ones to complete the Ui4-gatnc schedule, while the New York and Chi cago Nationals played the least number of games of any, 15 1. n NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago I; St. I .old- ;. Chicago. Oct. II. Chicago won the last gain-1 of the season from St. I.ouis The locals hit Harmon for three runs A single and a triple netted anoih off lever. The visitors scored their runs liv hunching hits off Cheney and Poulbach. Seore: U. II. E Chicago 4 10 St. I.ouis I" l.'atlerics: Cheney, IP-ulbnch : Chaoman: Snllce. Harmon, Co.veraiic Wineo. ' Two-base hits Houlbnch .Magee. Three-base hit Chi,), man Double plays Harmon to Wingo t Koiietchv: lieulbach to Tinker. ISasi on balls off Cheney II; Harmon fi lteulbach 2; tleyer 1. Struck out 1! Sallee 1: Chenev :): Harmon 1; (ioyer 1; Peiilbach 2. I'mpire Owens. Pitlslllllgll Ml Cincinnati (I. Cincinnati, Oct. f,. Pittsburg finished In second place in the leagu by defeating Cincinnati. Cincinnati used three pitchers In endeavoring to slop the hitting of the visitors,' Wag ncr, .Miller and .McCarthy starring ii this line. All the Pittsburgh team hit well and timely. Seore: Cincinnati Pittsburgh n. it. v.. ii io : hi l ii : I'.cnton. Mefireever Itatteries: ( li enor v and C.ibson. Tw, Sevoroid: Cnmnitz and i-base hits Hcschcr Hgnn. McCarthy, Millet'. Three-base hits Mitchell, Severoid, McCarthy. Wagner. Wilson. Home runs Wag ner. I loblil'.ell. liase oil balls Off I'.cnton ::; Mctirecver 1; C.regory 1 Camnitz 1. Struck out l!y lienlon ti .McCreever I: C.regory 1; Carnnitz 4. 1'inpires Ilrennan and Fm.slie. AMERICAN LEAGUE Icve-lnnil SI. I.ouis, (let. league baseball close with a elofe K; St. I.ouis :l. (!. The local major season came to a at for St. I.ouis. Th balling of l.a.joie and .la kson and ( 'ha pman the Holding lea tured. Seore: St. I.ouis . . Cleveland . Il.atterles: pier and of Pratt and P.. II. K :! :, 1 s is 1 Allison. Hamilton. Na- Crossen: .Mitchell and o'Xeil. Two-base lilts .lacks,, n. .lohnslon. Three-base hits .lackson. i.i.iole. Austin, Miller, liase on balls iff Mit hell 5; Napier 1: Allison 2. Struck nut llv Mitchell f, ; Hamilton 1. I'mpires o'Prien and t'onimlly. Chicago It; Detroit De troit, Oct. . Chicago I. closed the unison by defeating Heiroit. Itotli teams lit Idcil poorly, and Chic ago hil 1. al:e hard throughout. Seore: . ' It If. E Detroit 4 11 I chieago ! 1.1 4 Itatteries: Wheatley, Lake and Ccher; Smith, lie nz, I.ange and Sthalk, Kuhn. Two-base hits lioclie. Lord, .Jones. Deal, liase on balls 'iff Wheatley 2; Lake 1; Pen. 1. Struck out l!y Wheatley 2: Lake 4: Smith 2. I'mpires O'LauRhlin and Meriree vor. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE At Oakland Morning game Score: T! Los Angeles 3 San Francisco 2 Pnlteries: Check ancl Itrooks lor anil Schmidt. At San Francisco II. i: 4 4 Mi! Afternoon game Sc, l.os Anselen San Francisco liatteries: sl.iglc and h y, Arlett ii ml Au.-r. I! S . 4 .ks; II. V.. 13 1 Pro, II. n- At Vernon M oi iilng name Score: Sacrnnioi'.tn Vernon Uatte-rii-H; Williams "nil munilscn and llrown. At l.os Anweles Afternoon tut in t Score Sacramento Vernon U. 11. E. 2. 8 3 11 10 1 ek; Kd- eh, 11. 11 4 12 E. 2 0 4 :l Kul- 1 Ilattel'ios: ArelleH onil Smith lenwiiler and llltt. At Portland Morning gome' -Score II. V.. Oakland Portland Katleries: Abels nnd r, Mitze; Kin wit- tor and Fisher. Afternoon game Score: It. II ( laWland J Portland ' llntte'Hes: (Jregorv and MiUe tor and Fisher. FE OF E Capital City Team Which . . r- i -i- Klays m state rair lourna ment Trims Albuquerque Professional Aggregation. In a game Hint was featured by the si,l..n.H,l i,ltchim of a youngster mimed Cellar, who lust "blew In," and by the timely hitting or the Santa F, players, Albu,iior(ue yesterday alter noon at Traction pant, lost an ox'lil'i lion game played with Santa score of 10 to 7. The victory IV was a surprise since its Fe by of sa ii le.llll largely composed of ntnnteu semi-professionals, while the presented an all-professional with the exception of young irs and locals line-up. Weeks, who assayed to do the box work. The game yesterday, while- slow. sne-sawed lack and forth up to the eighth inning, making it interesting to the small crowd of spectators Santa Fe led in the early innings only lo be headed ill the fifth by a three- run lead. However, in the sixlh and seventh. Santa Fo began to find Weeks and he was hit safely at op portune times. In the seventh, Mos Chaves, a local bov who will do the receiving in the tournament for Sunt Fe, sc orod I href runs by a two base hit to center field, and put lite game on Ice for his team mates. Alhuiiier- cine tried Hard to score in the last two Innings, but Zellar, who relieved O'Hannon, also of Albuciticrciue. who is to pitc h for Santa Fe in the tourna ment, twirled sensational hull in the pinches and kept the home loam from scoring. Credit for part of yesterday's vic tory must lie given O Pannon, for he slarted the game and for four In nings allowed but few hits and left ti is team in the lead by a safe margin when he retired in favor of Zollar. Albuquerque could not hit O'Hannon consistently, and except for one in ning, after Zollar went into the box. did no better. The latter, though a midget in size, has tcpeed ancl a Jump boll which had Albuoiieroue's hoavv hitters completely fooled. He also has a spit ball which he knows how to use in the pine lies. So w ell did Zol lar work yesterday on Ills try-out, that the Santa Fe nuinagiuiient promptly signed him as one of Its pitchers for the tournament. A feature of the game, aside from Ihe pitching of o'liunnon and Zellar, for Santa Fe. was the hlliino of 1) Anderson. Chavez. O Pannon, L. An derson. (lonzales. Salazar. c.raham laroldi and Pet I us. The catching of Pottos also was of the highest order. showing that the former local star is me of the besi backstops to be found oitsicle the major leagues. P. Smith, of the Topoka club in the Western leugue, who is to catch Cor Albuiiierciie in Ihe tourney, offi- intod as umpire and gave good sat isfaction. DENVER WINS AGAIN FROM MINNEAPOLIS IN 1 1 -INNING GAME Denver, Colo., o, t. S. De nver won Ihe sceoiiel game of t lie posl-season series for the minor Ic-auue e hamoion- hip today, elefealing .Minneapolis 4 to 1 in an 11-inning game, after tying Ihe seeire In the elchth. The game was a pitchers' battle up n the sixth Ivn.ng. when Minneapolis core-ct twice off Schre-ibc-r. Harris followed him In the box and hold the American Association chain- ions lor tin. rest of the game-. Meanwhile the local t.-am found themselves a rid began to lilt Young reely, winning the garni- in the levcnth with a three-base hit by Cof- ey, w ith one out. followed by a sae ri- liie flv bv French. ' i re: 1!. II. F. Denver 000 non ftJO l2 4 S 1 M iiini a polls . flllO 00 ooo 00 2 1 Cutleries: Schreilii r. Harris and Spain-; Young anil Owen. I'mpires Chill and Haskell. 11. M. Peatty. Little pock, ,rk.. ays: 'l-or the past two years I Fiif- red with kidney trouble, had severe pains across my back and over my hips that almost meant death to rne at times. I used several well-known kid ney remedies, but got no relief until I used Foley Kidney Pills. These 1 can truthfully say maele me n sound nd well man." J. II. O'lMellv Co mm SftNTft XHIBITON GAME SUNDAY I' Adv. ALBUQUERQUE AND FANS POURfffi INTO, ROOSEVELT SILVER CITY TO Tl Promptly at 2 This Afternoon First Game of Battle for $2, 500 Baseball Prize Begins; Three Teams Lntered, Starting promptly at - o'clock this afternoon at Traction park. he an nual New Mexico baseball tournament will City pon. Albuiiucr,iie playing nmo The tournament (his year prom- ises to be one of tae oiggesi ,i",.t of the I', one. Silv Three tennis. Almuiuor ity ami Santa I'e, en- tered. Pros Men! 1. P. K. Sellers, of the , ihe first ball, for fair, will pitch uially opening Ih iy iilci-ai;er thi tie down to tin tourney. Immediate two teams will set serious business of winning the first game, admitted that the winner . since It Is of the first in capturing game has an advanlag first other prize that is ditit.iilt lor tnc teams to overcome. I'mpire "Dutch" oweiis. the peer of indicator handlers tills year in the Western league, and ho next year goes to the American association, will be In full charge of the players, while they are -on the field and (he final arbiter of all disputes. I'mpire Myer, together wilh the captains of the two teams, will agree on ground rules previous to the opening of tlic same. liuhe Weeks- an Albiicpierciin; boy, who played this season in tile Wesl rn Icascie, both with the Wic hita and Lincoln clubs, will be Captain Hert (ffic ham's choice as the pitc her to start today's game for the home team, with Pitcher llngorman, also of Ihe Lincoln club, held 111 reserve, other players In the- local's lineup will be Petttis, Craham, Lockhart, P. Smith, I.. Smith. Ilarohll, Kunz and Donovan. For Sliver City. Tommy Lockhart Is slated to start the game, with Wa cob, doing the' ieceiving ancl Kocrner playing first liase. others in Hie line up w ill Include M c( I illi vray, of the HirniinKliam club in the- Southern league:. Hums, of Trinidad: ltuekles, of l.as Vagus; owens, of Silver City; Thomas and Iiurliam, pitcher ancl outfielder, and Metz. of the Texas league, who is also a pitcher, having played this season w ith San Antonio. Santa Fe will be ready to play the winners on tomorrow afternoon, nnd will by that time present a foriuidu hie team to contest for the- first prize. "Doc" McCarthy, the veteran pitcher, will handle the Santa Fe team. He has signed Zellar, the pitcher who won ycslcrda 's game from Ail,ucuer- rpio, togellier with the latter s oroilier, who is a catcher. The Zellar battery from Indianapolis, and It is said the Santa Fe club is going to spring a surprise- on both Albuepiercpie ami Sil- vep City. Other players In its lineup Include McDanlels. pitcher; O'Han non, pitcher; D. Anderson, l Ander son, Stanton, McCarthy, Chavez, tlon zoles. Hidalgo and Salazar. The four last named players are Albuiiieriiie boys, who have been signed by the Santa Fe management to fill out their team. All are good players and will fight hard to win from Albuquercnie incl Silver City, because of being cast islde for professionals. K. A. Wootsc-y, a lirakeman at Jack sonville, Texas, says: "1 was down Willi kidney trouble and rheumatism so bad 1 could hardly get up, and hn-d backache all the time, and was ilmnst tired of living. I saw an ad of Foley Kidnev Pills ami after tak ing one bottle I was better, and when I had taken two more 1 was thorough ly curoil." J. 11. O'ltlclly Co. Adv. .. HOPE HELD OUT FOR DE PALMA'S RECOVERY Milwaukee, Wis., Oct. r,. The con dition of Calph He I'alma, who wa- injured while driving in the (Iraiul Prix automobile road race ye-sle-rduy when his car hit the machine- being driven by Caleb S. Cragg. winner of the race, Is said tonight bv phvsi- inns te be us good as can be ex pected. De Palma's worst injury consists of abdominal puncture and utili-ss In lion sets ill Ihe- chances are bright - his recovery. The put lent is con scious, but no one is allowed to st-o litin. No bones we-re fraclure-d. De Palma's mechanician, Tom Al ey, left the hospital today. His in uries consisted of a slight fraclore of the left shoulder. Toney Seudelari, who accompanied Cruoo-Crown on the practice- spin last Tuesday which ended In Crown's death, whs iine onsciouH today anil his condition is reported favorabl. LIENTENANT TOWERS BREAKS RECORD FOR ENDURANCE FLIGHT Annapolis, Oct. ii. A new American record lor an endurance flight was made, here today in a hydro-aeroplane by Lieutenant John II. Towers, of the navy aviation corps. He- was continually in the air for six hours, ten minutes and thirty-five seconds. The best previous American record, made by Paul Peek, was for four hours, twenty-six minutes and lliirty elght se-conos. Lieutenant Towers covered approxi mately 3X9 miles, will) six mile s to the lap. When tin- best previous rec-nrd was made peck eeivered I7K miles. Tim c Is' distanc e ree-eird is not offi cial bec-iillsi. nnt made- on all oflieiil e-onrse. He arose from the water In front of the aviation field across from Anna polis at K:.'o this morning and did not touch Ihe water again until thirty five seconds after 1 o'clock this afte-r-noon. Cut a glassful of fue l remain, e when he alighted. He had forty-two ill,, IIS when he- started. OPEN IRNEY NEW Y0IF0R Mi First Scramble for- Tickets Be gins This Morning When Ad vance Reservations Are Dis posed of At Polo Grounds, New York, Oct. it At mid night a crowd oi more than live hundred person -had gathered al Ihe gales of the l'"l, grounds to bivouac until ill"' w oriel's scries ticket sale begins al II o'clock in the morning. I Hie small Ii iy I: ging the gate sine noon, iletermif.nl i to get one of the J women wei'o in tin Many tried lo sh-c pel's spread o'l Hie .1 I n hug- ale artoi- the first .lis. Thle-c .,wd. n newspa on,l. I By Miirnlnt .Iciurial tSprrliil I fum-iI Wlrr 1 New Yolk, Iff 11. Mixed 111 the: usual daily throng of arrival.--, a s, allele-, I vanguard eM visitors for the llrst of the- world'H championship base ball gUIUeS lielwi'Cd' the llostein ancl the New Vork Cianl. Iiei'c today. All hough th series doc s until Tuesday ifternooii. th, mill be said tfi he-gin at !i Keel I'll, Sex bed mil stall big show i. in., to morrow w heeif the Polo grounds be- the se-ene of a s, ramble fur- w-Ill first chance- al the,' 4. mm reserved seals which are all that ale- to I,,, placed on public sail in advance. Today's early comersKveri' those expecting to get in line, A large- S(nd of police will be- on hand to si'u Mm I is an orderly scram ble, and tin? .auseball oflicials have so arranged the sule at clillcreiit hou-.lis that thev hoi eve a crush will be- avoid cd. . Tile big efiirly morning e-rush W'ill be wil iiesseel on tile davs of the games When .'Ill.Ontl tickets will be disposed of in first .(ionic, Hist served order. The pubic is Wi that i-ounter'foltiTs float hogus tickets who buys a ticket lar liooihs H "celta ,1-Uecl ha V e- , rep, 1IS begun to a nd ollls II lo Unit any one cle Ihe rcgu be fleeced." Conspicuous among today's arrival' were o nuirber of prominent base-ball writers. I All extrij press box has been provid ed and more than I"i wire-s have been .strurtg; into Ihe- Polo grounds. The pluyo's spcnl today in relaxa tion from their regular season's wol'.v which closed .v-esp-rda . The I ted Sox returned to Heaulowi during Ihe night, after cuncliidiiig tl.c se-rics in Qua kcrv ille ami the liiams spent 1 lw clay Idling In Oolliam. The latter "will have n practice ex iibiiton (uiine against Ihe- N"W "i oi ! Americans at 111" Po'-i ground ti morrow lor' Ihe s..i ilet-n the exclusive f the vi.'.ilniL benefit i Allal'l fleet. The lied Sox will wit in i i lie practice al I have a 'P 'cnwi.v park an ail, ii.. Ihe morning and take train for this cilv. LE Wf- E L Total 166 Miles Against Near est Competitor's 164 After Exciting Fifteen Hours of Skating Ending Yesterday, Tile Nelson Tarie skating team won the fill pulled off a en-lioiir endurance race the local rink yester day anil Satin night by a small margin. Their nearest competitors we're the- Morelli-H.ii-vcy team, whbh totalb-el DM miles filti-en laps during the- long siren h of skating. The I.e-Tarte-Ncl.-eui I.-., in totalb-d 1il miles tweriiy-one lap-. The laps we-re- twenty-nix m the tail,-. The' third liam In the rare drop ped lout about noon, afier Arthur Kllen had fallen and broken an arm at 10:2", and liile-sedes hud dropped out after a spunky e-ffort lo finish the race alone. This team loialb-d -J.t mile sixteen laps. There were sev eral bad falls during the fifteen hours. Harvey was the only Competitor who held out the whole time wilhoui go ing to the floor. I.e Tarlc ran into a radiator ye-sli relay morning, vv lien ihe splinting lor lb- finish was going on. and was stnniie,! for several minutes, bill went ahead when-he regained c,,n-se-iimsness. eii,e of Ihe boys broke- a kn cap. Moi-.-lll took a fall l.bal carrii-d him into Ihe seats an, uml iln edge of the rink, and tore five of ilie-m away. Altogether Ihe race was a bard, gruelling e uulesl and the vvintii'is am ply de-served all the prize- money they got. Tills prize money consisted of all the money paid by spe-etators ad- Ulissie-u fees, and totalb-el able amount. rcspeet- The skate r lolailed Ho- following mileages: NeDon, , ighiy-fonr miles fifteen lap; I.e Tni p eighty-two miles six laps; !!arv-y, eighty-two miles I'if-li-in bins; Mon-lll, eighty-two miles: Whitcsieles, sixty-thre-e- lollop eight laps; Klien. sixty-one- miles two laps. The K lien-White-sides team c ine n il .'l.j:! i.l'7: taciin. laps; ihe- More-lli-Ilarv e-y te am, laps and the 1- Tarie-Nclson 4. .117 laps. Try a Journal Want Ad, Results OPNI NELSON TEAM WINS RAC ATLOCA II TALKS L Purpose of Colonel Not to See Visitors While Resting at Oyster Ray is Biokoii by Ser ies of Important Confeicnces. (Ily Mornlfiff Jnurniit Npi-i-lttl I.i-tueril Win.) oyster Cay, N. Y .. Oct. 0. in spite of Colonel I loos, -Veil 's a 1 1 noil need In tention of seeing no one and talking no polili, s elllllllg Ins bl ief period ot lest here, he found there VVCI'e a numb, r of itnporlaiit inatiets to be adjusted before he leaves on hisii.M campaign tour, and spe-nt uiom ofihe afternoon c conferring with leaders. Oscar Sua us was on,- of tin- earli est arrivals. Colonel Coosevclt had n,.t si-en Mr. Sir. ins mii, r his inoni nailon for governor of New York bv Hie progressive pally an,l lb,- two candidates had a 1,-iiibv talk. Hoveinor Hiram Johnson an,! Colonel lloosevell I . .1.1 eioll ollief ol their evpei'ii'iiees on their campaign trips. Walter Hiovvn. of c iliio. I,i oughl a repori oi ei, millions in h.s si tie other visitors in. Puled Senator Hlsoo. (b-.uge W. IVrkins ami I'rank A M unsey. ( 'obmel I'.oosev ell will , av ,- I IV s ler Cav for New York sholllv :l I ' .-I noon tomorrow and at I o'rlo, , will sunt for .Mulligan, where In- is lo speak first in his tour through Ihe ml. Idle stales. .lOIINSOV I tlsFs WI Kilir M K I ( . SPKI ( nr:s. New Yol k. oi l. il. i;,,v ,-rnor .l.ibn- soii. of California, today said. "If the weather lemains warm and caiii,akin ing strenuous, I'll have- lo sec Hie tailor." The governor is losing weight. In Ihe- six weeks he has been on hi speaking lour he lias be-e-n reduced from 2:14 to 211 pounds. He says, however. Ihe loss of weight has not affected his slre iigth. The governor's itinerary for Ibis week Is not completed. He will make three speeches 011 Long Island, tomor row night, three In Yoiikers, New Kochcllo and While Plains Tiu-sclav. and two in I'ater.son and Jersey Opy, N. J.. Wednesday. SEASON OF RECORDS IN NORTHWESTERN BASEBALL LEAGUE Spokane, Wash., Oct. 0. Tin- sea son of HH2 was notable III the N'oiih ucstein league for broken records. The most luipoilanl new record se t was Unit of Italph I llapl Mvers, ol Ihe Spokane c lub, who stole 1 I bases. Official guide I ks show that in Iwc-nly jcafi the record bus tun been ceiuallcel in any league In orga nized baseball. Catcher Walling, of Scnltle, worked in I.'l.s games, made only 7 errors, threw out INN base, runners and u." Melding avcrageel .H'.I2. I'itcher James, of Seattle, won 1.", games wilhoui a elefeat. while- t l.i Xaneouver' club won Hi games straight, Fh-vcn players in the league- balte-el over Ihe- ,:!00 mark. The league's thre-e. le-acling pilciurs were James, Seattle; N'ove-s, Spolcane, ami I'laik, Ya ncouvi-i . The lieldinif average of Spokane-. .!i',!i, l.s a new league record. L Conoy Island Musical Comedy! Company Ends En&acmcnt In This City Tonight; Last .Show Chuck FUI of Frolics, Tonic,!!! will wiljie.iw Hie las! ap pea la lice a I t lie I l , III-1 1 1 tl of tin' t'ouey Island Mu-iieal r,,m,ilv Com pany. TIiin really eb-v e-r 11 v.e n-na I i e -n will offer lor Ihelr den-Inn bill "l.ove-l and l.unalen." This lull is a nun laiinh Keli-r and is especially written to provide, on eveiiiim of mirth and llonsellHe-. As Ihe til I . - Implie-s, e-ve-rv one ill llie east is lilller III love- or eonsid, rs ,-v erv one else a lunatic, ami an abundance- of aniusiiin situation and mirth piov oliin'J: s ,-iii-s nr.- the; result. Don't miss Ibis last ibanie lol spend a lolly ev e-ninf. Seats al I e Wolf's e-iyar siand in ti'Hielly's dint?; -t,,e. Adv. 1 SERIOUS SHORTAGE OF FREIGHT CARS '.isbie,,Mi 1 i, t 11. - Coniplainis ti, tto inter-stale commeiee- c oniiiii.--si,,i, ol si riinii. shorl.me of Ireiihi cars ie llie- middle and far v. est have biou;:iii abou! an i n vesl ic.a I i,,n It haft developed thai ill Pit I sburu Ii. Cincinnati, I'liu ini'i. Kansas City, M I.ouis and other la rue cities. Ho- ci. nisli'in of Irciuht is s.rious. ' UV are iiiloriiM-cl that in arid aboul New York City, HI. nun c ars are- I lo 1,1 loaded wilh shipiioiiis ho -' rtort," said Coinmisslor,, r I. am- todc. "Many of lllese cars have been lb, I tlom Ihiltv to Hixty davs. "It is not unlikely thai Ih omis sion niav find II neci-ssary to prouiiil-;,l,- a lode of rule-s t' govern -ais he-Id al pol ls jll-t as Ho ple-se-nt eb - murrfe re-Kiilaiious uov.-rn tin- me of 1. lis bearillL; local s ii i 1 men I -. " WITH L ES ENA APPEARANCE OF STAR COMEDY AT ORPHEUM FRENCH GRAND PRIX WON BY DURYEA'S BAY COLT SHANNON , , I'a lis, , 1, 1. ii.- - Herman C. I on v ea'-i bay oil. sha n linn, I oil. 1 v won tin Prix 1I1I Censed M mil, : 1 1.1 1 . klmv.u a llie A cit in 1 1 1 1 elian.l l',i over lio- I. dig e'liamps o cti.se. Tin r.t, ,-. w I li w a ill one mil, and a ball, wa- Worlh $J:t.i;uil. August Helmoiii s A nooireux III fiinslieil fourih. Win. A. Allen. Cha-mi, ,. M.. w riles. "My wife- had a , ..u-.th thai m arly click, ,1 lo-i 10 ,1, .11 !i, t ft,- j WOlsl I ever saw. We Hie. I ,v,l-j thing we can!,! think of bin ,bd h.-r 1 no good. Cv good lu, k I happem-d lo gel a bottle of I',, lev s I Ion- v and , Ta r 1 '0111 p on in I a ml it helped Ii. i- .11, one e. It is llie Lest .-..-mi, in. al:, in. , I ever heard of .1. II. o Kielh 0.,. Adv. Moavs Hi liable. DUKE CITY CLEANERS-HATTERS W. t.old. Phone I Hi. THE WM. FARR COMPANY Wholesale arul Pel. ill Dealers In I ni:sii AND S l T Ml-'. ATS Sausages n speciiiliy l-'or entile and hogs Hie biggest mar ket prices are paid 1 SUFI. riHrl Itll 111 for vt r-r-HM-" Mi-rBlTTli. 1 S. .iTvl uttn- NIVEH RNOWH TO FU. ii eir Mi-IXM Kr.nn1'i. N til -iiiii I l -r tn. H ill ",! tbmiftit trial, t- Nr n.l hr Wlii-u fcMri'fl. Hii-I'-- r iff If l.dir eiiiijd'Mt tlutri not , UNITtOMtDIClCO.,inxr4, lNrr, XtfJd ii Albuautraa bi I H. OTtf ft ' SUN PROOF P"lnt Ii rqtuil to n, nlnt old In New Mexico up to ttill time. We are rioting It out . at 11.75 per Kiillon, which t below cot, to make room for a new lino. Sun Proof retail! In eenlcin cities ut from 12.2b to fl.DU (ir gallon. Tlllf Bl'l'I'inKHt M'MHi'It A II 1 1,1. CO. iAA A A A A A M A AAA A A A A A A AAA National Foundry & Machine Company General Foundry Work, Iron and Brass Castings. BABBITT METAL Albuquerque, New Mexico iLiuvviini FOR SALE (in account of properly luler csIh which will reunite my 1 be-e aicl iiniliviiled alteutl 11, I liave c-onclliled In Ki ll Illi! New Mex ico Slnle Demoe la I. A better In lil lor liune cirelilation nnd aclvcrllsiiiK paironuKe can nut be I'ouuii ll (In- sonlbvvest llian lifjit hen- In ceniral Xevv .Mex ico. Willi Hie- certainly of a chine, iTallc iidminiKiralion nller March 'I. I'll:!, Ihe Slate D.-ino-c'liil m a e.oiul investment. In ipiirei or adili'e.'-'M, .1. (.. l I'.IHt.ll I , P.ov .Mil, 1 1 11 , 1 lie 1 1 1 v 1 1 . . M MAISEN & WILLIAMS SL".' Stale nui-ntM for Arl'.ona tin. I Pilliaid Table M !'. Co. Wrile I'-'O West Silwr Ale. LUIiBE Albuquerque 423 North TATE FAIR, Albiiquerque Odober 7lh lo 12lli Siinin I'e will sell round Hip 'ricl.es mi sale llii. ,"ili l I :: P. J. JOHNSON, Agent Mausard's Mills FRFSH WHITF RRAIM. ' licpvcrcd lo am Part of tin City. j si.i',: ie r I oil lb-. luiiu- ISO. I'rienpt llclhei'v. V. 'I P.. Ill- .1 Heels A-'l I" Al- p. a I' 1 Hi 1 ' it n,l Value of Crop. it.'. . f or Painting iron and Shingle R.oo5--Composition or Felt VLoo ng-Bridges SmoKesTacKs etc ROOF CONTRACTS TAKEN WORK GUAPANTEfR 60c Per Gallon. I W't II . ! I f It !'..-.! -: Iii.nl.' 1J I Si ! ii-' vv w 1 1 ! 1 , mr i 'it i-l pi in I'M .Mill ! .-1, ,:a.,, ... ........... ! Cools Cpaiicl lied l.ii el. Albuquerque Paint Works l.'l s. Tldi'il 1. .1. Itorradaili-. BALDRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY Paints, Glass, Cement, Roofing and Builders' Supplies. city suor. itr:pii:i(J ami M M I'.MTI IllMi. Our mol to "(jiilrk Kerli'e." HeNt made of Mile leiilher. All work (filar iinleeel. Sewed soloN, 7."u' II nil $1,011, We call uml deliver. K. A. SAMl lXS. I'bone IHJ 107 . 4th St. A State to be Desired, Hut how can you expect it When with baking you arc tired? Why not Solve the Problem Now While those tired feelings lurk It's Easy, when once you know how, Let the Baker do llie Work Pioneer Bakery 207 South First Street Results ft om Journal Want Ads New Mevieo for Hie k'ansiiM t'lly for j, flees, terms ami plan of selllnt,-. Alhiiiiieriiie, X. M. Glass-Paint I Cement-Plaster Lumber Co. FinSt Street l -XM" ll ACCOUNT NEW MEXICO tii lo t-, a! one fiisl-i la--s tare. I . Iimiiiil lor i-elui-ii, Oii. I lib.