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President Tcner Is tn announce Inter lu.s appointments lor the constitution, n r lilt rat ii in and ruled committees. The league continued the ruling 1. 1 (ho arbitration hoard, which failed to uphold the protest of the New cik clnli ngnlnst surrendering a quarter of its 1S12 world's scries re ceipts to the other seven cIiiIih. It was held today that the national com mission rule, rciuliing the appor tionment, was cDiiHtitutinnnl and the J.Hi.onu withheld from the New YotK clnli, was ordered divided. As a balm to the Clouts, it was de ided that the local club should receive .1 one-eighth shale of the money. The chili's protest against surrendering the quarter share of the 1913 world's ' Kerb s receipts, amounting to $2.1, lino, was referred to the national commis sion, the league being in doubt whether arbitration board's declHioii applied to the context. The new drafting rule which meets with the league's support was intro duced by Charles H. Kbhetts, presi dent of the lirooklyn club. It is de signed to reduce the element of chance In thj drawing and to give second division clubs a free selection of players before first division clubs, In this manner strengthening the weaker clubs and thus strengthening the league In general. Concurrence by the Amiyiean league, the national commission and the associated minor leagues Is necessary before the rule becomes effective. One cf the amendments adopted was looked upon as an instance of how the league plans to I rondeii Its president's scope of power. !overnor Tener will have authority to arbitrate a dispute between two clubs over tin; waiver price on a player which one desires to release. If a club has paid several thousand dollars for u young ster and, finding him wanting, decides to let him go, the club will not have to dispose of him at the usual $1,100 waiver price to another National league club claiming him, but can de mand a higher price. If the clubs cannot agree, President Tener will have power to strike a medium, by which the purchasing club must abide if it wishes the player. Another amendment prohibits the owner, manager or agent of one club negotiating with a player of another, without first securing permission from the player's owner to do so. The third amendment was a tech nical one, setting aside in the case of New York City, the rule that no city STOFFERS HAND-PAINTED CHINA STERLING and COMMUNITY SILVER HAWKES CUT GLASS HAMILTON, ELGIN AND WALTHAM WATCHES Our holiday stock is now complete and we are showing the finest, most elaborate and up-to-date stock of Jewelry Novelties ever exhibited in New Mexico. See our windows. Dodd & Denhof JEWELERS Third and Central PELLS SPECIAL BEER i Noue Better. Brewed b the Pells CONSOLIDATED LIQUOR CO., Phone 138. Dlstrlbitorg, Albuquerque, New Meileo. shall have two National league clubs. This was adopted bee ause ltrooklyn Is within the greater city. The meeting adjourned without any deal having been made for Joe Tinker, Cincitiiitl'H deposed manager, although several trade assigning him variously to F'iltsburgh, r.ronklyn and Philadel phia were rumored. Manager Stalling ffercd Pitta burgh $7.ntio for Dolan, It was re potted, while Manager Iiooin offered Pittsburgh, CamnltJ! and Hyrn for Miolan, which would reverse the trade which Dooln and MnnnKer Clarke made last summer. Hoy Miller, re leased recently hy ' Philadelphia to Montreal, announced he had quit baseball anil would practice medicine In California. . ! The league ordered written into Its i books the tribute paid to William I.ockc, late president of the Philadel i phia i l'ub, at the Columbus meeting ) of the National Association of Pro ifesslonal Itnsehull clubs. I Governor Tener announced the ap j pcintinent as his private iiecrctary of D. I.. Iteeves, sporting editor of the Philadelphia Public Ledger and for. ! merly a secretary of the Philadelphia ! dub. TIMilll li I'AI'TK I l.H w in i;i: in' wii ri.AY I Chicago, I lee. 11. Joe Tinker, crs' I while manager of the Cincinnati Na fllonal league club, sent out a warning j tonight to club owners that lie was 'not to be purchased without consul tation. "My 1 UKinesN Interests' com l pel me to protect you to the extent I that you rdiould not complete nego . tiations for my sorv ices w ithout first 'consulting me," was the message sent several owners reported to be inn i lous for Tinker's services. Tinker In itimated his willingness to play either j In Chicago or Pittsburgh. "Should 'any other Huh than the Culm or Ji ; rates land me 1 can only feel sorry for the .nagnate who made the transac jtlon," he said. "I'nder no consldera ttion will 1 play next season for New I York, Urooklyn, lioslon, St, l.ouis or Philadelphia. 1 had one xeason out side of Chicago, where my family re sides and where 1 liHVe business in terests and I don't propose to have another." JUNKS SELECTS ARE AGAIN VICTORS OVER WIZARD BOWLING TEAM ! In a hotly contested match at the I Drummers' bowling alleys hist night, -the crack Junk's Selects again dem- rmstrated their superiority over the I Wizard team. The total score for the I match was 2.617 for the Junks to ! 2 , 3 ! for the Wizards.' In only one 'game the last did the Wizards make ja larger ncore than their opponents. I The feature of the match was the bowling of I.athrop, who made a score of (in 2 for the three games, and In cidentally made the high score of the week, with 233 in the second game. The winner of the prize turkey of fered for the best score this week must top this record In order to get away with the bird. Interest In bowling has taken a big spurt time the recent match played between Albuquerque and Las Vegas, and every afternoon and evening finds the Drummers' alleys crowded with enthusiastic fans. Unbleached Muslin at 4c a yard this afternoon between 4 and 5 o'clock. Regular price 10c a yard. THE MODEL COMPANY. Colng- skating; tonlglit? Sure! 8 Suggestions for Christmas Brewing Co., Trinidad, Colo. ARE HERE FOR GIG GAMES Two Fives From Normal School Arrive and Will Do Battle Tonight With Local Business College, With the arrival early thl morning of the two basketlilill teams of the Silver Clly Normal school Interest In the l.i w game which are to take plate In the armory tonight reached fever heat. The norinalltex are in the very best physical condition, and two red hot contest fur the basketball su premacy of New Mexico are assured. The Silver City players who came In on t lila morning' train are: Misses Carter, Thwails, De Perry, Dimmlck, lligbce, Junes, lloone and Ci'iOiam, and Messrs. Lloyd, Coffey, Dunlop, Crawford and Pennwell. The party had a pleasant trip up from the south, end express themselves as keen for th" contest to bein. Confidence rules rupreme In the camps of both the silver City contin gent and (he local aggregation not the over-i onfidence that leads to loose and Indifferent playing, but the feel ing that a big, strong pull will nurely bring victory nnd a determination to make that pull. It Is certain that there will be some sorely disappoint ed players when the games are over tonight, for neither team can see any thing but victory ahead. The games will begin Imniediatelji after the Inspection of the national guard company, by (Inventor .McDon ald and Adjutant (leneral Herring I finished. The inspection, which is to take place In the nnimry, will begin at X o'clock, and will probably, not take more than n half hour. Kvery- thing will then be made ready for the baf ketball match and the fun will be on. Messrs. Harry Frank and Fred Cal kiiid will officiate for the Alliuquet teams. These gentlemen are thor oughly familiar with all the tei hnl calltles of basketball, and their fair ness and efficiency give a full guar antee that the games will run smooth ly and satisfactorily. The advance sale has been gratify ing, and It Is hoped that there will be a large outpouring of spectators to the games tonight. Tne basketball players deserve the enthusiastic sup port of local fans, and every effort Is being made to see that a record breaking crowd Is in attendance. If Old Albuquerque Lightweight Does Not Want to Risk Overtraining for Bout With Matthews Next Wednesday, Jack Torres, after a strenuous work-i out last night, announced that he! would not train publicly again until next Sunday nighf. Torres fears he will become st.-ile I lie began training Sunday night and .Heady adherence to an energetic pro gram might send him into the ring next Wednesday night rather slow. He w ill make the two-day break by his program to prevent this. The. did Albuquerque boy, working with Lefty Floyd, has shown more speed since his la.st appearance with Pierce .Matthews und he is as strong as ever. He Is confident that ho will win de islvely w hen he and the St. Loulsan meet again. MalthVwa trained yesterday after noon and he will work at the New Mexico A. C. gym again tonight. He boxed six rounds yesterday with Al Smaulding, the middleweight imitat ing Torres' crouch and right uppercut and showing Matthews how to make him "open up." Matthews worked hard, skipping the rope and shadow br.xinK. . Hoth boys worked before fair crowds of admirers. TODAY'S LEADERS. From 3 to 4 p. m. 1 2:c Galatea Cloth, and all you want while it lasts, at 4c a yard. From 4 to 5 p. m.Un bleached Muslin, 36-inch wide, regular 1 Oc value, on sale this hcur and all you want, yd. 4c. These prices are really be low cost and the housewife should make some purchases th.:s afternoon. The goods are among the best on the market today. THE MODEL COMPANY. (ioinjc skating tonight? Sure! Conglis That TrctcM Sle p These coughs are wearing and if they "hang on," can run one down physically and lower the vital resist ance to disease. Mr. Bob Ferguson, 319 Pine St., Green Pay. Wis., writes: "I wild greatly troubled with a bad cough that kept me awake nights. Two small bottles of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound completely cured me." This medicine is equally good for croup, whooping cough, measles cougfi, and for the chronh! coughs of elderly people. It Is soothing and healing and stops tickling throat. For sal by Butt's, Inc. K TORRES GALLS L R G UNTIL SUNDA DRAW If BOUT Z However, Decision of Referee Is Unpopular, Since Trinidad Boy Had Shade Entitling Him to Verdict. fv monn;n0 jouftkAi ipi.-ul itA.ro wiftf 1 Denver, Dec. 11. Itetiny Chaves!, of Trinidad, anil Jimmy Fox, of San Fr.imi.sco, fought fifteen fast rounds t it a draw here tonight, Itiferee tiul ! lagher'd decision was not n popular 'one, as Chaves Was the fresher of the two at the finish, the aggressor in nil but the first four rounds and scored the only knock-down in the bout, Fox was In distress as early as the second round and only heroic work on the part of his trainers enabled him to weather the storm. Fox displayed great cleverness In the first three rounds and seemed to have ChavcR at na. In the fifth round, Chaver.' new manager sent Penny out after Fox and the tide of battle soon turned. Referee I'llhol. called the eluht round preliminary between Karl Dcn ing, of Chicago, and Leslie Winters, of Nashiille, a draw, as he did also the six-round boat between ( . K. Ketchum and Kid Murphy, of Denver. PITCHER RUSSELL FORD MAY GO TO CLEVELAND lpteifcL cnnMttroNDKHrt to mornino jouhnal) New York. Dec. 11 llussell Ford, for several yearsjine of rhe most ef fective pitchers In the American league, may be found in a Cleveland tlnllorm next season. A ileal is pend ing which will give Chance (leorge Kahler und one of the Nap youngster In exchange for the famous spilbal! artist. Ford has notjieen a World beater III the last twri years but, al though being handicapped by being compelled to pitch for an unusually poor team, at time, has showed Hashes of the form whb h caused hint to become known as one of the Anu il can league's best pitchers. President Homers of the Naps l. necking two pitchers and an outfielder. Hussell Ford is u right-hander nnd a spitter. Sorners and Pirmlngha in think he will be a winner if added to the Naps' utaff. With a gang of swat.snien behind him like ltirmy't beys It Is figuied Ford would win as many games as lie did In the days when the Yankees were a fast tcain. Kahlcr. who Is mentioned In con nection with the deal lor Ford, had all the earmarks of making a, great piti her when he first came from tlm minors. Hut he has not Improved to any extent. Fiilil six weeks before the last season closed Kahler did not have unythinsT Which resembled a curve ball. After he had added the twist to his pitching repertoire Mana ger Birmingham gave him another chance to show what he could do against real butters, (lemge failed to make a favorable Impression with the fans. Kahler is weak with men on bases. Ho seems to be able to go very well until a man reaches first. Then when he Is forced to cut out his swing he loses effectiveness. ROY CORHAN INVESTS IN FINE RANCH; TO GO IN FOR FARMING Friends In Albuquerque of P.oy Corhun, who is spending the winter here, will be Interested to learn that he has made another investment in New Mexico land. This time, together with his brotlicr-ln-lv, Charles Lo Fever, Cuihaii has acquired a valua ble IGO-acre farm near Lucia, X. Al. Corhan and Le Fever will place the entire tract under cultivation the coming spring with 'he expectation of raising sev.ral bumper crops thereon next Hummer. Corhan already has a pretty ranch north of Albuquerque, where he spend each winter while Idle from his profession of baseball playing. As a member of the San Francisco club in the Pacific Coast league,' Corhan made an excellent record the past year and he is again under the eye of sevj-al big league scouts. II IT THE SATUR On uccount of so many of their patrons requesting It, the management of the skating link announces lhat they will give another "Hard Times" party at the rink Saturday night. All of tho.se who attended the last one will surely be on hand (tomorrow night, und anyone who misHcd the former funfest certainly should at tend tomorrow night. Fverybody wears pared talnly hard' skates his old clothes and goes pre for a good time, and you cer will get that. On account of times, ladles will be given free on this night, and after skating, a free dance will be given. So remember the place Skating Hink, Klks' theater building. The time Saturday, tomorrow night. Also, on Tuesday night, a mas querade will be given, which Is cer tain to be a big event. lfulVlr ruirti--twf inn ....iitiitu f on " I ft...,,...-., v...t rnsh jirie. You enn phono your order him pay i hp driver. K. W. I I .K. WITH CRAVE IS PARTY HII DAY Going Kkiitlii( toil lu lit?. Sure: 1ST MORNISd JOUBNAl PCCIAt. itA.fD Wil New York. Dec. 1 1 -Speaking of the general topic uf the regulation of food and drugs today before the feuitcenth annual meeiing of tin- National Civic Federation. Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, for mer i hlef of the liiited States bureau of chemistry, declared that of the op ponents to the making of effb lent law's governing pure food and drugs to help health, soino are religious. Some dogmatic, Hume ignorant and seme ridiculuus. James 11. W'allis, food ami ding commissioner of Idaho, w ho pre. edeil Dr. Wiley, tpokn on tins linpoitaiico of fei, and drug control, l ''J-llO Tca-ior. th5 puro food law is l- .. ,y. Dr. Wiley declaied, ''It beoailSi) tit tlto Illegal Intel pr ta ll, n ,uiirii upon It by high author ities. "Nothing-, or little, Is done to purify the fooil the people are putting Into their stomal lis." WOMAN ON TRIAL FOR MURDER SUICIDES V MORftlN: iOURNAL P.riAl IBA.HO WMACl Wahoo, Neb., Dec. 11. Just as the Jury In the case of Mrs. Maggie John son, on trial for the killing of her bus- I band, came Into the court room to night with Its verdict. wold was brought by a bailiff who had been sent to bring In the defendant, that! Mrs. Johnson had ".wallowed a quan tity of poison In her cell in the Jail and was thought to be dying. Phvsi i la ns were scut to Hie woman and court adjourned without receiving the verdict. According to the reports he woman cannot the, Mrs. Johnson was charged with killing her husband, chopping his body In pieces In the cellar of their home and later ."inking the dismembered teinaili 111 a. creek. Children of the couple testified to witnessing the kill ing. The defense was Insanity, brought on In part, It was alleged, by the abiiso of the husband. TRAIN RESCUES 300 REFUGEES FROM FLOOD 'V MONNI NO JOUNAL PtCtAL LAI0 WIPIl Houston, Tex., Dec. 11. The' Prazim flood, the crest of -which to-j night Is passing Columbia, In i:ra zoria county, threatened today to sjveep SOU refugees, who had found shelter in box can, nut lulu th" (Julf, of Mexico. They were saved from that peril by a special train sent from here, which removed them to safety. No additional deaths were reported today, The body, of Henry Martin, vice president of the International Ureal Northern railroad, drowned last Friday, was it-covered today, j PLAN GOOD ROADS FOR . FARMING INTERESTS 'V MONNIN4 JOURNAL ! CIAL Ll il WtC1 Philadelphia, Dec. 1). The advan tages, of good roads In bringing the farmer into closer touch with the ; .'consumer in the big cities, and thus decreasing the ciwt of living, Was! dwelt upon by speakers here tonight! at a meeting of the American Itoadi lluilders' association. I Congressman D. ". Shackelford, i of Missouri, chairman of the commit- ten on roads, was the principal j speaker and urged the necessity of: "business" roads, ".so that the Amer ican farmer will have a chance toj compete with the farmer In Argrn-j tine." ANDREW BONAR LAW PREDICTS CIVIL WAR V MORNINO JOURNAL CPIIAL l.IAltD WIRR 1 Carnarvon, Wales, Dec, 11. Andrew llonar Law, leader of the opposition In the hou.se' of commons, spenking here tonight, repeated IHh prediction that the Imposition of home rule on lister would result In civil war. "If the government," he continued, j "has any proposal to make which holds out even a prospect of avoiding the evlln we dread, vve nhall consider It without tiny regard to party ad vantage or disadvantage, but with sole regard to the welt'iini of the na tion." Test Itiniil to Tux Indian.' Pierre, K. D., Dec. 11. Waller S. Hlrd, an Indian resident of Dewey county, H. D., began an action here today to test the constitutionality of the law giving the slate the light to tax personal property of Indians hold ing lainiM uihI'T allotment, or tne United Sillies. It Is expected the case will go to the liilled States supreme court for final decision and that it.i findings will regulate the taxing rights of stales in regard to allotment Indians all over the west. r(l(I.YNir-()lil Hoy to New York. New York, Dec. II. A .'.OOiyea r lid bo' came to New York this after noon In a wooden box, lUxlUxll Inches. The boy was 12 years old when mum mified, some, five centuries ago. The mummy was found in the mountains of Peru by Thomas C. Taylor, of Mon treal, and was admitted to the coun try without payment of duty, under the clause In the tariff providing for the free entry of antiques. Convre"? (-lees All Nii'er ' m.h.,, aiexlco City, Dec, It, Tlirj cham ber of Uepiuics approved ...... .s e.1 granting of the special power asked by President lluerta over the de partments, of the interior, war and finance. Industrial Workers lo kausn City. Chicago, Dec. 11. line hundred members of the Industrial Workt-rs of the World left here today for Kjinsas City, Mo., In response to call IhmuciI ycHlerday by Vincent St. John, na tional organizer. Going; skating; tonight',' Sure! lack .hi nsou Still liuini ioii Paris, Dee. 11.: The newspaper. 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