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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL THURSDAY. DECEMBER 18. 1913.
THREE
... rrUlc J
II
SPORT
,
i prominent writer
VU ii i Mti im I) n
-Hi mid w ifti i'i
il wit:
OHtl
t i nt') (Ml!.
I mis ti mi" I
ii cKHtvvly in or
" Hi' was also
thai tin xik -
I n 1 1 1 i'i x upon
SECGWQ
SALE NOT TENER IS
TET OFFICIALLY GOVEHNOR 10
DD
ROVED
HEAD LEAGUE
Cincinnati to j More
ifts.il bv
rooklyn of Ex-Manager,
a,id Shortstop Hasn't Been I
I to Heydler,
t!, Bulkeley, First Pres
ident, Was Connecticut's
Chief Executive; New Lead
er Eighth to Hold Position,
i fork, I'll-. I
f J
i i net limit i s
linker, shortstop mill cx-
, i ha Brooklyn club, has
n officially recognized bj
i ii tarne. President John
muiuneement today of the ;
on tains no mention of
,. i, between Herrmann '
, although tin' Pittsburgh- i
ml New York-Cincinnati'
hi Iped In furnish n sensn- j
!r:iiiip'. Hnniial tneotlng
ft nil ;iiirii id.
IIi'.mIU'I', secretin v of the
plained tonight ihnt thej
VI lis ll"l I'I OIllUIKaicu ne
rd and bean received from
hat iiis former mas 10 1
id to Brooklyn. Ebbetta
league's officers, liut a
be approved until both
been heard frnm, Becre
r Mid,
I cess of t he I' igu
J hi Uaunfera,
ll' was popular amoiiK .ill i hisses,
Including '.im I..iII nii.Kn.itrM, new
Ipepermen and fane r'or over ii
years he eras ihr ntoai ptctaresque iia
m, In baseball, iiu qtuilfttrntlnns rot
the office of president were baaed oi
hla previous experience In baseball.
11, was reporter on .1 newspaper in
Louisville In 11 l'n si. ii in gjteh Plielpj
made him secretar) Prom that hour
to the da; of hla death ha wai coni
nested with the same, in is; and
INKS lie was ,1 111. 11 r ol tin- Ki ll-
tucky legislature, bail at the aame
time waa president of the l.oiiislvile
riiii, then one of the twelve members
1 of thf Natlnniil league. lli was socrc-
jtury of the LoulsvQle eight in ill.
1 Hume) I ire) fuss bring president, .mil
occupied timt poaltlon whan Ihf
i.m.ir' ").' and Pittsburgh teems were
consolidated in ttOO,
Ho rafnnlned the secrets ry of the
Pittsburgh eluh until ltoj, when he
wax raised to the presidem v of I he
National league Karl) in htj adminis
tration, in mor. and r.tar., ha Incurred
the rnmlty Of John T. Hrush. of S'eW
York, and August I lit rmann, of Cin
cinnati. Mruah'i dtspleSatnrs real froir
tin- fait that Putltam dared to din
ptpllae John M.r.raw. hla manager.
in i!u: Herrmann kilned the ul
LYNCHERS FEARED
PARDON OF MURDFRER
mvi
tlo
't tin
Since the HUSIllUlllUI of Hie Na
tional league. thirty-seven years ago,
it hai had only eight prssldsnta, and
one of them, Nlek Young, wan at the
lo ad of the organization durini filar
ly half of that period.
The league linn never failed to place
a pood m. 11 .it Hn head, hoiiesiv and,llani roreea, union leu urusn ine nui
efficiency being coiiHidered more than I oppdnent of the V oung president In
wealth or station. Two of the presl-1 1908, and he remained nwav fcin the
dents were governors of thitr resDec-I meeting, The mm mate of affair!
tlve atateo Mortan a. Bulkeley, of I prevailed at Ihe election in
Connecticut, who waa the tirm preal
dent, and John K T tier, of I'eiin
ylvanla, elected laal week.
r UOINmt JOMIIKAb ICIt kK40 l
Wllllatoa, N. I. Dai I. Btnte'a
Ml., i ii. v It I lurdlrk of Wlltlamii
eounty, who ik eonductlM
tktatlon an. i ittemptina to pli
reaponalblllty for the ynchini
day morniatf, Dacerehat "
i hilbartaon. coiu i I' d mnidi i . i
union famll) al Ra) eald loninhi
"While our M .ii, h lor avtdenva aa
t.. the Identity "f the me In . ol
ti e mob thai hanged CitHiartaori ha
I -ii ii bean quite BMMral u yei
I believe we have eluea whi.ii maj
ttltlmateli lend t" the prtjftlvi "''
Icatton "f aome "f the pan;' ipani
In die ontraiie ..lid their arreal Tin
lynching may he nitrll'Uled In
canae. One w in that Culbertaon
jglven a life H. 'ileln e III the atate
laon. Inataad "f heina aantenci
haiiK. The other was the feelino
the prlaoaar miitht be parianed with
in a ahort time Thla (aaUag wan In
oreaaed hy the fan that alx murder
era In the North Dakota, Jienltehtlarj
had bean granted clemency or when
luie pal, Ions within a day or two of
the time the rullieitsoii Jury reported
lis verdict."
two
w an
I Mil
DXtNG GAME AT
JUAREZ ON ROCKS:
REFEREE IS BLAMED
OBUNC JOUKNAL PfCIAL LtABID W.Ak '
Tex., Dec tli fight pro
i In Juarei is on ihe nn-Us.
rlli' end is in kIkIiI is a ipies-
ut the continuation of the game
f nliiht in which "Fighting"
,. nun on a aappoaed foul, did
ill tn tin- popularity of the game
at prevent 5fhe card drgw loss
j(io, it is said.
iday niitht the promoter! found
w i .i enough money in the
n i" remunerate o'ltotirke and
for their eervlces. A return
between these two llgbtwelihta
to he considered. The butting
nf Thorjjfi, which made the
IBlntereeting. let him many
i in ki Pun and Juares, and,
(VRourke fought a clean battle
ikout, ii iii claimed thai he waa
condition.
HSKETBALL GAME
SATURDAY AFTERNOON
f at t
The
xl anil
Had,
.all teams 01 the Second
ward pilhlic schools
in'- SatUrda) afternoon,
;1S at tin' Third ward
Irto teems are evenh
a fiard"fouahl contest is
Vew Trotting! Race Rate,
HcD, Dec. 17. A record time In
nlc hull of a trotting race will
NMtltUte a new record If the
' not w in the race and will
iffeet Hn horae i eisa, aoeording
agreement on rules made today
iN' National Trotting aaaoclatlon
'he American Trottim? aaaoetv
Tin- new rule pro', ides that n
HIU.K will at least one v. Iie-
can he advanced to a higher nnd
htroake) OntnotatM Hen.
'U. Mont., Iter. 17. Sailor Pe-
;ey of sun PranclacOi was award--t
talon here tonight a tt Leo
rl "f Unite, ai i he end of twelve
PHI, Which u ere l',.lik,.t'i -all
Plate Racks, Costumers.
pm Cabinets. Cellarettes.
Removal Saie prices. Al-
Faber.
Mr. Hull . lev was elected to the
presidency in lsTC, the first Near of
its eXlatanOe, Me was the head of the
Hartford eluh and a prominent slat
man of Connecticut, who a dozen
.years later became the governor of
Hi, stale. He held the potdtlon of
president only .me m-.iv, although his
eluh remained a member of tin- league
in IS77. He had hcen the chairman
of the meeting al ertilca the National
league was formed and was kept in!
the chair, although the temporary I
secretary, Harry Wright, made room
for Nicholas Young, who was elected
permanent secretary and held the
position for twi nty-seveii years.
Mr. Bulkoiey was no4 aggreaslvc
snough or waa unai.ie to devote time
to beaeball affairs. After his retlte
meal tittle was heard of him in base
ball clreleg until his election to the
governorship of Connecticut, when;
thSSC circles "pointed alth pride" to
him as ., bright representative of the
gs me,
BUlkeley was succeeded in 1 877 by
William a. Horlhert, of Chicago, afho
probably more than any other man;
rendered valuable service to the mi-'
tlondl game in elexatlng It" moral
tone and extirpating the evils which'
threatened to ruin it.
During the Mist year of his admin-,
latratlon, in 1x77, the crooked workj
of the quartel of Louisville plavera
ml..'
was .iiiacovereii ami puspanea, 1 i"
guilty ones were placed on the black
list, and were never relnstaied. Presi
dent Hnrlbert keol a sharp lookout,
and to his watchfulness 'an I'o traced
ihe elimination of pool gambling on,
games, which In I hose early days was
a potent ractor in tempting players
to do crooked work.
ill f Ihe convicted LoUlSVllle
players was Jla Devlin, now dead.
on.- of the greatest pitchers of his day,
who 11. a only made personal appeals
1 tn President Hurlbert. inn secured the
support of prominent people, bui
Hurlbert would not reinstate the guii-
ty player. He la quoted uk Haying: aim
! Devlin, 1 feel f,,r V"l,r Wlf'' end cWl"
; dren. and I am sorry you have gens
astray. This crooked buelneas has
been going on for years and the one
man of all Others that I wanted to
COnviCt has escaped, lie was too cun
ning, but we will keep an eye on him.
In the future. Some players had In
be sacrificed and punished, nnd you
and your fellow LouleVlUa men hud
clegr eases proved against you and
y.,11 must suffer,"
Then he went down into hla pocket
, Devlin J'. It is almost a
certainty that naa me league
Indication of 1 willingness to consider
The appeals of the eonvieted players.
Hurlbert would have Instantly
ed, as his successor
; years later.
President Hurlbert
; 10, 1 It!, and was mm
Mills, of New York,
same sentiment and
predecessor. During
lion tin' great union
! known as the "nativ e
sprang into existence, he
autho
yea ra,
ln,
when Pulllnm, for the tlfth tlnii'. ttW
ceeded himself,
It was not long, however, before he
gave Indication'. of a collapse In
health. On July 28 he shot himself,
the ball pasalng through all bead,
destroying both eyea m the follow
Ing da, Jul. 1 !. he died.
for I'ulllam's unexpired term, the
bague selected John A. Heydler, who
had been sleeted secretary and treas
urer at the I in ember n ling of
ihok. The neu president waa and still
Is on able ami energetll' young man.
in hla early days ha became 1 printer
and I n. r S 1. I". il' r on Washington
newspapers! lie was an officer of the
Amateui Ithleths tTnlon, ami in this
capacity displayed great capabilities
in iii" organisation of slabs ami
leagues II" was a substitute umpire
11 ihe National ieagu under Presi-
deni Young l"f four years. At the
annual meeting of the league g
pie of W eeks ago lie was onlll ill ned M
secretary for Ihe next four year
The seventh president of the Nation
al bague was Thomas J. Lynch, who
held office din ing four years, ItlO-'U
: 2-'l S. His election came as a sar
J prise to Ihe public, as he was never
. no ntionoil in . oiini" lion with He
; honor. At the annual meeting in De
cember of man two candidates were
I In the field John M. Ward and Rob
I OH M. BtUtgH 1 gad each received four
! votes 1 renting dead 1 01 k.
finally the name ol' l.vn.'h was pre
sented and ho was unanimously elect
ed Lynch w is known to all the base
, ball World as a Strong and an honest
LA JUNTA VISITED
BY $100,000 FIRE I0SS
lV MOWN I NO JOUKNAI. etCIAl kSSSSB IS
La .luiita. t obi.. DCC tie Al 1 10
this morning the fire thai b
raging hers since 1:11 was tinder ron
trol. after lUstroTlna the Bhermaa
r B Ing house which ndjolaed ihe
buildings oecupbsd b) Hi. Pulton
Market and the I. a Junta Hardware
company. The damage done will;
reach more than a bun. Ire, I lb., us-!
and dollais.
The fire started la ihe bakery of
the Pulton ssarket, ii was staled, b)
an explosion fTOffi a WOlln BtOVS
used in the luikeiy. This was I. irnell
from smployei arhc were at work at
the lime. The entire population of
the tow 11 Wltnaaaad the conflagration,
Which l"t a lime 11 tein.l 1.. tie ,
itro) Hn- entire business district ofi
1.1 Junta, tevernl people liv ing at
ihe ro, ,11111111 house 1 hi rail . 'aned I
With their lives. The baker-. and
j mark el is owned b) 1.. s. Thslts, an. I )
Iths La .lunia Hardwara compsn) by
Cornlna ami Brown.
TODAY AND TOMORROW
Barnett Amusement Co. will
present at the
CRYSTAL THEATER
1 1 . ;
U' t-
1 tImP
" A.
P J
"THE LAST DAYS Of
(IN 6 SPLENDID REELS)
Matinees at 2 and 3:30 p. m.
No Raise in Prices.
POMPEII"
Nights at 7:30 and 9:15
MISSISSIPPI HAS
.OFFICIAL
SCANDAL
m an.
as iii-
He made an enviable reputation
umpire in the National league.
bis Integrit) ami flrmness gain
ii Hi,, niie or - King of Um
pires.
lie was horn
where be pla;
In lsM In- l"'i
reer as umpire
league. In 1"'
the umpire staff of the New England
league, and In 1SK7 he was signed by
tne National league and remained oa
Hie stalT II nt i I AiR-ust of IM'!', when
id a ma u .i i i ;. " ball
an his successful cn
n the old F.aslern
and ISM! he was on
v MOSSING JOUSNAi SPECIAL tIAftID WlSC
Yicksburg, Miss., Dec. 17. An ex
amination into the allairs of the Of
fice of the governor of Mlssissipid, j
wii; be (onducied at Jackson, the cap
ital, tomorrow, by a legtstatlvs In
ireatlgktlng committee, aaeerding i"
announcement made UUs tonlvht by
a. c. Anderson, chairman f Hie com-;
mtttee The official affairs of UeW m
ant Qovernor Theodore Bilbo, Indict-1
ed with (i. A. Hobba, slate senator,
on a charge of Soliciting and receiv
ing bribes, also will be Investigated.
The legislative Inves: Itint ing com
mittee was authorized largely through
the efforts of liovemor Karl Brewer,
it was reported that the committei
would takl cognisance of tin- many
charges and counterchsrges which
have been published in Ihe newspa-;
pers in the last six months in 0 uno
Hon with Hie bitter controvert) waged
between the various political tactions
M'ADOO COMMITTEE
FAILS TO FIND FRAUDS
tSV MO.NI NO JOURNAL tPKCIAL LIAtlD WIK
u iiington, i an . 1 1 An Invest!-
lilting committee, appotned by So. re
tan mca
port reptii
graft in t
supplies I
iii liars. 1
-1
el' III 1
nutely int
impleteu s
es of whole:
.1 II;
1 1 wis said al I lie I lei Urj
menl that up' Investigation
den ,i as a result of sweepln
lions by disappointed bidders
tracts wlio, as soon as Mr.
assumed office, began to baa
Cured In One Day
llr Our rahilea n,1 Bloodleai HriMn
f Srlmntlfle Offlr Iraalinrut.
VARICOCELE
Hydrocele, Rupture (Hernia)
l,, i from llu.lnr'a or llmnf.
Mill III II I U
llln, II r.
II... n(
t iv I Bird
is, wph
d I', in.
No d;m(
No lnri.ii.
rri If nee.
nt iikik y.i.r.
illllnii. leuiilrlng
lir.nili.g off Hi-
f 1...I Hie
If
McAdoo
ige llllll!
BURGLAR "DE LUX
RECEIVE S
ng SI
ifiiM n
full I'll
success in everything he has
taken must be accepted as a
tee- that he will become one
best men ever placed in that
id
.-siKn-e
eight
.ceded by A. ti.
a man of the
calibre as ids
his admlnlstra-
safet.v eoi.ipnct
ugreinent
i,. ing 'its
IP- was president only two
:, and 1 884, and retired from
Na-
whose
under
guaran-
of the
...alte,)
baseball position, lie was a R I libell
er iii bis day, playing with the Chi
cago Cubs in 1SS8 and 111, and dur
ini; I lie winter between these two
years loured the world with bis team.
In 1910 he was secretary of the
Pittsburgh Players' League club ami
one of the regular pitchers. In 1 S 1
he quit baseball and Went into the
banking business as cashier Tor a
Charleroi, l'n., Institution. In lJ1 lie
was elected a member Of Hie Sixty
fourth congress and in 1 HI I vvas In
augurated as I'overnor of Pettnaylvn-
r,;a an office which he sllll holds.
Parcels Post Hun-. BxpcesM Receipts.
Madison, Wis.. Dec, 17. -Stating
that its ncl earnings would show a
decrease of tM 0,004 this year, lb
Amernan Kxpress company appealed
today lo the tax commission to make
its tax assessment conform lo new
conditions, Counsel sited thai the
stock of the company which sold tv
years ago at J.',7 and a year ago at
Hit. Is now al par, ami said Hn- pal
eels post system bad contributed
largely to bringing about ilu
Hon.
I, pel
ing
.sal a i ....
I last inn
win in ha
for whom
o wine
U IlllS
will be sentenced
i i ,. .mm
mil-1 home
jsluri-
ings,
Irish II ano Huh
London, Dec. n.-
npeno.l direct comillll tliea I loll tills
we. k with Lord Lansdowne ami An
drea Boner Law on the subject of
hems rule, Heretofore, the tentative
moves toward a settlemenl have been
Negotiations.
Premier QAMTA PF P.MAMRPR OP
COMMERCE FAVORS
ADOBE FOR QUARTERS
between
Spencer
berlatn.
others,
Churchill
iiotahh Winsloii
TB.f IPONIlf h.
iFimswi
This Horne-Made Cough
Will Surprise You
I CoUa I:,.. .... . m,...B.
..nil', iicii mere iw.iifin
'ug Hetier ut any Price.
ill) '.inn . inn ed.
ii-'iiii- mads remedf tliat
Wid ,,i a cough almost instantly,
11 Uually conquer an ordinary
11 M hours, liiis recipe makes a
aoUftfa for a whole laiuilv. Vott
' MIJ a, much or as good readv
ntjtli yrup for !p2..r0,
IM pint oi granulated sugar with
1 Of ".inn water, and stir il
fut ounces of Pinet (fifty
Will hi a pint bottle, and add
rar bvrnp. iliis. keeps perfectly
pleasant taste children like
up t'ae appetite anil is
Mutative, which heipi end a
Prol,al,iv know the meilioal value
j. 111 treat ing bramcliial asilu
: nmodlC croup and whoop-
W, 1'ines is a raoat valuable,
nwrrl eoinpound f Norway
'"" extract, rieii in guaiacnl and
iiiiiii.il healing pine clement''.
PrpKratione will not work in
"allium ;on
N-iPj r. suits from this inexpen
liave made friends for it in
laS"f homes in the United States
PMa, which explains why the
s ' n imitated often, hut never
"iitv of ni'snhif" satisfaction,
Promptly refunded, goes with
rjsration. Your druggist lias
- I. fet it for you. If not.
i ni'.i Co.. Ft. U ni ne l,l
office under eij-cuiiistarices inai
would garely have gained for his ac
tion UV' approval of the res I'd
Hiiiibert.
In i.8Sd th" I'nion ass.,, latlon was
organized and made war upon the
National league seizing noi only Its,
territory, but Its players. Jim M'--;
Cormick, Charles Brlody and Jack
QlaSSCOCk Jumped their contractu, and
Ihrei. ,, tilers. I'l'l'il Dllnlap. '.clg'
unMlnr" Sehatrcr and Charley Swee
n.-v jumped ihe reserve rule. When)
these six players were reinstated, tb"
cntraei .jumpers by a payment vt
ji.oua and the reserve jumpers by a
payment of J&00, Mr. Mills positively
declined re-election, However, he was
made an honorary member of the
league and was the first to be enrolled
on this select list.
iiis successor was Nicholas E.
Young, who guided Ihe destinies of
the National lonmi" for eighteen years
from ISM to 1902, both InclUSlvi
hod acicd as secretary since Its or
aanisatlon, and well deserved the pro
million, lie nas known alike
kitenritv of his character, the
GRAY, USE SAGETEA
Here's Grandmother's Re
to Darken and Beautif
Faded Hair,
slight cine iii Diamond Bandits.
Kansas City, Mo.. Dec. 17. Th
ding of ihe automobile used by
in and w oma n who hi Id up
v more oi L Bold man
and aiii r throwing a. id in
.r Oeorge Goldman, aon or
etor, escaped wlih JL',000 w
imonds, furnished the poll
today In their search for
ves. The car was identified
stolen from in front of a down
n theater thirty minutes before!
Cloldman robbery,
Jewel
night.
tans
propr
of ill
cam
thb
one
city i
club
Ho- g,obe
Ihe .', ;
last ,. s
the
the
rth
-e n
the
as
if Bants
in pure!
building
'aula Pa
outhern
'e anil Ihe
sing the In
ippOSlte the
luii Intends
vmi, r
nth ei
i,, ii-
ub ro
the i lis
lion foi
headnui
sixty-flv
taken I
ii,
a dltrrbig e.,n
expert hi i, nil, m
liubl I" i nly teuinor
n Miiffcrrr frem II i
drucclfl ymi wid du welL l biTestl
gate our UKTI10D OP TltHA I mi NT
which cures iiui'.'iupllcteil iiinea lu .10
minutes
til I'TI'IIR (PPI ItMAI MNrecard
ef Kin, lure una rust iiiiinv dies. A
silKlit strain. cined by ineesls;
1 1. nulling, lifting ur alepi.lng
ipib kly, may eiiune dracent .,r tlio In
testlns, re-ultltig In Kti'iiiigiilHtb.ti nii.l
.. . lulling mi sptratiaa, We curs meny
, nvos In one Irmii nt Nn Incin-
VeDieaea. No deli ntlnu from buslneaa
Sure Cure For A Small Fee
Mt
hit.-eeaafiil
and
Ptelliihlo
Mim Ullala.
in Yeara
A.tlro
I'ractloo
sag
l.vprrlooeo.
A
S,o en Vriira
III Kl 1'uoo.
Our IXplnmaa, rertlflintaa an, I
lteglAtrul liilia. to be arei. In uur
olfh'es, prni u Uf to be tho moat
ax perl u t,rt qiuilfled spo-
laliotA In I I lliao.
Don't Give Ud A Visit Will Tell
W 1M (tN t the inff-it nf umx
inrt blll HIimmI I'oUtiu, Skin Il-ri exe,
Hhf nmfftfn. nim-di, ReM uimJ 'I hruni
TrOttbldjM, Bplltptri Nmom Drcitne,
Dftl lOMtlHiii i ii i i r j ! rr.-hf ulf, Oh
f.t ru:( lttfH (SriehVtf)i Kltlnry, ItliidtlT
an. I t rtnMr.T DlHgMML I'll' end ull
ICrt tal IJluefinen, uiul uil apeclsU dUwfifteti
uf Mrn nnd fl uiit fit.
('(ISM 1.1 HON. AOVICF AND
n ltV KX AMI NATION FttJCK.
If out of tuwu, write.
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purchasi
rtch Ihe
assume
in tin
i ihatab
price
i Ihamb
t, 000,
s m i es
National Foundry
& IMachine Company
General Foundry Work,
Iron and Brass Castings.
BABBITT METAL
Albuquerque, New Mexico
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That beautiful, even shade of dark,
glossy hair can only bo bad by brew ¬
ing a mixture Of Sag" Teg and MH
ohur. Your hair is your charm. It
makes or mars the face. When II
fades, turns gray, streaked and looks
dry, wispy and Scraggly, just an ap
plication or two of Sage and Sulphur
enhances Its appearance a hundred
fold. Don't bother to prepare Hie tonic;
you can get from any drug store a 50
cent bottle Of "Wyeth's Sage and Sul
phur flair Kemedy." ready to use.
This can always be depended upon to
bring back the natural color, thick-
Ii. nesS nnd lustre of your hair and re
I move dandruff, stop scalp Itching and
ifulling hair.
,),,.! e.veryoouj usen n"iim "
..o. i ! Sulphur because it darkens so natur-
Vice uovernor Gnrout n Manila,
San Francisco, Dec it. Henderson
B. Martin, of Topeka, Kan., newly ap
pointed I... governor of the Philip
pines, arrived here today, enroute to
Manila. Mr. Maiiin's poslttOfl In
cludes that of secretary of public In
ItrUCtlon. He will have charge of the
bureaus of education, agriculture.
printing, prisons and supplies,
; lo be
; porta I
entire
plopil
184,001
obtattn
bishop
ruin .
for lb.
archbii
tlllt of
The props,
. purposes
hop put a
present ;
An em
property
111 ll exi
l y Is v
pla a n
low I'll
1 1
'.V.
it y of his disposition and tne niaraen
Industry and preserving application in
the ill.-- barge of his onerous duties.
Alter sci vim. the league faithfully
through all its vicissitudes and
changes, and there in re many, includ
ing three mighty wars. "Old Nick."
s he was and StU i alTcciioiialely
tamed, laid down the reins after the
cose of the season of 1801, which saw
the .mi of lbs American league w-ar,
the fiercest encountered b the old
baseball body. He also was placed on
the honor list "f the league.
Young's successor was Harry Clay
Pulliam. a young in.-n cminenu
nullified lo get as a leader. HoWeVM
ally and evenly that notiody can tell
At has beD applied. You simply dam
Ipen a sponge or soft brush with Hand
draw this through the hair, taking
one small strand at a time; by morn
ing the gray hair has disappeared,
and after another application it be
comes beautifully dark and appears
glossy, lustrous and abundant.
No Over-ProdMCtlon of Hon
Chicago, Dec. 17. There Is no fear
of over-production or prlce-deprCSSlon
In the honey business, i was Staled
toda) at ihe annul meeting here ..i
ihe Northwestern Bee Keepers' aaso-
i iii. ii The past two seasons have
been somewha( unfavorable to the
beea, It was said, and tin output uf
honey has been lessened.
The Tr.iu:,;c.
Discontented Twin "Pretty rotten
luck on me; I shouldn't so much
mind having a face like mine if il
wasn't so beastly like yours." Punch
bo IIL'.OOO,
( Commerce
Ihe pit sl lll.
repairs m o
entuallj . tin
I. .1 and tbC
so thai the
i vnlne ol
on has i u
from At' b
ill Ihe
m-:-.l IPAMA
liiiiing' Reentts from reUmr TroiiWca,
Kansas City, Mo lie.. IT. Btephenj
D. Marshall, it years old, was killed,
jand Joseph 1 '. Simps., n and Joseph!
Bushakra, were wounded here tonight
in a revolver battle following a labor j
dispute, Marshall was the proprietor
ill a n
place
of III.
ii union barber sho
bad been picketed by
bail, its' union for a
fused to unionise bis
ami b
no inla
wed... I
IS
THROUGH THE
am
GRAND
CRUISE;
ly fhemagnfflreot'
cmlBiDX ittatuihlf)
Cleveland'
v1 (17,000 aas) i
From San Francijco, Feb. 22, 191S
Visiting famous cities md countries on s
palatial steamship which serves as your
hotel. Every iuxury and comfort assured.
135 days $900 and up
V laclmling Shore Trios inj all rjecesurr eiproica.
Alao Cr. Isol Ori.nt. IndU.
Woal laaUaa. I'o,,,,,,,, Canal, and
Mcdttvrranaan fripa.
SriJ for bnakkt, tiding riuim '
HAMBURG - AMERICAN
BUY YOUR
Lumber, Glass, Paints
and Cement
AT THE
SUPERIOR LUMBER
& MILL CO.
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Stage and Auto Lint
ItAlfiY.
Leave Silver city 7 a. m.
Arrive Mogolloq 4 p. m.
Leave luogolloH 7 a. m.
Arrive Silver City 4 p. m.
Bpeeial Oars on i.. , . i.
Call or Address, . W. Inrrlcit, Prop.
Kilter ('111. N. M.
LINK
0 Olive St.. Nt. I.niils. Me, ()r ton,) ,1B(.n(,
BALDRIDGE
LUMBER COMPANY
I can still be found at 402
North First street, with the
best quality of coal and wood
in the city. Phone 912. Hugh
I Trotter, Coal and Wood.
iiis
Priw:
"Did
lib S
lb il
mill
.uvuii Now.
palmist tell vou
yourself'.'"
in;, wile bus been
u s." I liruiiilgba m
doing
Agi
Many latnll
mot through
I The Journal.
uda
the
and
w ant
ii i Paints, Glass, Cement, Roofing
and Builders' Supplies
1913
Cure Viair CoMs While son Can.
More roil I danger lurks in a cold
.than in an) other of the minor ail
ments. Tin -ai'- way is io tat.,- Cham
berlaln's Cough FtemedJ :ii"l rid your-
Seli of tl I-1 as IJuU'kly possible.
Glass-Paint
Cement-Plaster
Albuquerque Lumber Co.
423 North Finrt Street
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