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z ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 20, 1914. THREE Success oi Federals Depends Upon Purse Available How Much Have They?' Is Query of Baseball World of the Third Major League .SPECIAL CORnCSPONDLNCl TO MORNINO JOURNAL! Cliicam, Feb. 19. Mow much money ha the Federal league m: t u;i i ly (.pout'.' Mow much more money has it to spend? These queries have pueceeded those which asked -and In unking expressed doubt whether tl,o Federal lciinuo really would atari. While It is not possible, to examine the hank account of the Federal l,,a(rU1.is, tin? hackers of the Chicak'o club admit that they tire "In'' to the extent of $125,00(1 of which $40,1100 has been advanced to players before work is started on the eonatriiotloii of the KTandstand, and that they cx ,,Pt to have an Investment of $250,000 before t'ho park is completed. Chi f.1Cii ptnbnhly will have the heaviest Finnic Investment of any club in the kamie, but the amount already paid to playeru is said to represent only a fair nveraRP for the i lnht ciilcs of the circuit, I low much more the Federal loauiier have to spend depend: upon the panu iiess of the hackers. Accord lux to a confidential source of infor mation, the lea it ur has a reserve fund of $:'0,000 on deposit In an Indianap olis lank for the protection of the play is and for helphiK "Ut any weak "sister." if H .should become neeoH- tuiiy. : l.cniie lias Kcsorvo I'liml. The raising of this tJiin.niW $23, liiui from each club was the cause of the stormy session of four weeks nL'ii at the Hotel l.aSalle, when it was lvMirtei the Federals were about to die and a coterie of organized base lull inaRiintcH was in Chicago to be present at the wake. At that time WeoKhninn, Waller and the ether Federal promoters had an opportunity to retire from the Held ami lie reimbursed for their expendi tures up to that time. Joe Tinker and ail the players whom he had induced tn flop were to be taken care of and retri'ed to mood standing. J list how much further the tentative arrange ment went is known only to those who had a part In the lieRot iations. With this situation before him, Weenhman demanded the show down in his own organization, and the ii'iiii.fiilil was raised, according to those who profess to know. Tills same uiilhnrlty saya that no club can draw from this fund for the payment of its players until the last half of the season. In the estimate of $lO.(ni(l advanced tu players of the Chicago Federals, the liKures are reached by tal.ine Hirouuts known to have been paid with a few estimates where it had been possible to secure definite infor mation. What CI li auo I'lil.M'rs (int. Here is the list: Joe 'l inker (Tinker an nuthorit.v ). $10. "Oil. Three players whose names have nut laen announced (Heochinun as authority I, Klllie Z, Xi-vv York Claude r:ttsliun;h $15,000. ider, third Americans, Hctulrix, bii' i ma n. from $ 1,500. pitcher, from J.'i.ooe. i .a liona Is. Frank Owens, catcher, from Wash- hiL'ton Americans, who secured him i by draft from .Minneapolis, $2.50u. Ad IJiennan. pitcher, from I'hila- j ilelnhia Nationals, JjUti, , William Killifer. catcher from Pint- 1'iblnhla Nationals (who returned to' !'liiladeiihla 1, $."i00. Ah:; Zuillintf, outfielder rrom St.! Jiseph. Western haiioe, $;.oo. J Al Wiokland, otitlicbler, from Cin- i cinnati Nationals, $2,000. first liasemaii Jackson, front l'ort-; land. Ore., $;ioil. I Third Faseman Weslcrzill, from St, j Jesi ph. Western leaitue, $500. I Jim Mcduire, pitcher, with (,'hica- j Rn Federals last si ason. $::oo. "Cad" Cob-s, outflebler, from VA- ' mira, New York State leairue, $l,0oo. This array of ilnarcs totals $39,000. it dois not include aiUanccs made j to rcveral ;emi-pro plavers who may i not ,i- taken on the training trip, but . who have been lined up for try-outs' or eineiKeneles. It dm s not Include th j 5oo paid "Kins;" Cole, w ho sent back , the money after returning to the New j iuk Anion, ans. The $;,mi raid Catch-i er I'.ill Killifer is included, us the lo-i cal Fi ds refused to receive this j , , j oi l M)Sti- i;i;.slA(;, ( Hy Cl. mil. mil Lice. ) An old fan sat i lie day at a t il l small arid round, 1 Mink im; t very knd if ii'icid which ill that place , t,nld be found; lie had I'm ly - si v a i hi m t ., ami In never fund led om e, CatcluiiK sixteen whlzzmf,' hich- balls ere he stored his fust home run; While siUiut; at that table he he- Kan to lamp the dope, Wiiich dipieted every mnnaiior hi front up I'l.n.'i.i nl Slope; Hut soon in dreamy fancy from the p imp he lurnc I away And to the nearby I arkeep those emphatic words did say; (TlliiU'S. "In the Keod tmi winter lime, tb.e rrood old winter tlnie, Ib'Vv swiftly from the holtotu all there lailelid people i limb. They laoel each recruit a peai h,' althoiiKh a pop-eyed 'linie' Oh, how they nature fake us in Hie Knnil old winter tinii ." The r.ituiths slipped by and sprllt- had cotiti mil there on Iti i lets' Itovv The same fan sal with ev as ablaHc and ruibly i lici ka ai;low; He saw the seiond Wufiiier strike out four times in one Mine, Wioie seven eltasll eliois wi-le chalked up against his na me : II" saw the "sti-rline; pitcher." who had starri d at Hnral Falls, Yield nineteen thudding binules and n doxeii l,ave on lulls; Aii'l thin above the rattle ant! t lie. laekel of I he f ray He soltlv hemmed the .horns ..f that far :;oue winter day. VI. In the nolo I i PI winter t inn k'oed old winter lint,'," the WF. II.W'K jcsl received a shipmeid of the lalist nijlcs in mounts and folders and arc in better shape than ever to tutu out hih-i lass up-to-date w..rk. Your pat rinnav will he uppf elated and every effort made to give you perfect nalii faction. We rent kodaks, carry a ccmpb to line of nmateai hiipplica .uiJ Give curtful and prompt uttnition to kodak finishing. THE GRAY GKOCXD ! tetitral Atfc. Phone ill. amount when Killifer attempted to return it. Hxpeiis.es Are Ini'uo. How much has been advanced on the lease for the prounds at Clark ami Addison streets is not known. The rental is $111,000 for the first year. In addition to the lease, WecKhman and Walker were compelled to buy a lit tle pioec of land which was not In cluded. It was only laxlOO feet, but Its poustsdon was necessary before work on the park could be started. The price paid for tills strip was an nounced at JL'C.OOO. The real price was Jlfi.Oao. This brinns the cash out lay by the Chicago club to more than $55,000, without considering office rent, traveling expenses, or any of the many Incidental expenses to which the new maeiiates have been put. Yank Helens. Ore. ltiinel'e. Mil., Fell. 111. (llltfi I: Cree, of the New York Amerl i ns. w as released today to the I :.i It hnnt e International leairue club. It Is un derstood that Manager Ilium, of the orioles, offered him $4,500 salary to slLin. Dunn has received assurances that Cree will accept and will visit him at his home In Sunlmry, I'a., to rl(iht to elose (he deal. Sutton ami lloppe Aynin. I 'lib aire, l'i i. in. - l lans lor billiard tournament for the IS. 2 balk line championship to l.e held here ,11 March wero announced tonight. Champion Willie lloppe C,eori;e Sut ton, (liorce sloson and Ka.ll ,aman,!a have entered. They will play fiiio , , pr'nls. Ohnipio Team Muner. Sprinufiidd. Mass.. Feb. 19. At the end of the sixleenth match of the" I'nited States Itevolver i-aune, llallas, Tex., stood fifteenth with six wins and nine defeats. The Olympic team is first with fourteen wins, no defeats. Onlv luu western teams are entered. I .duals Cleveland, i ) . e!iant, former man, and last si apoli.s American f.itcl loniuht b Federal leacll '. ict Del liant. I 9, -.la iocs Del dt second base- Feb. Ilctl'i asen asso e ha: wit h Hie Milllie iation 'earn, as signed wiih the JAKE STAIIL I! IIAGEBR00KL1I FEDERAL CLUB mv wonNisa journal ipccial LKSD wiwci Cbitirco, Feb. 111. Arlie llofmiti, il feinier iiiembir of the Chicago Ni' tlonal leimue club, and James I'link, funnel ly a latiher w ith the I'liii-ruo a morn : with It ', ,-i'jni d ci all j. Is i,i pla1' I'rif.-n.l Ii a sue. it was .- roiim f I loniuht by more. I'rcsl.ien Cil- Coiifil'er whl' h ill'li Itetl thal Jalso tllahl, lcrnii-r lb i Ian manager, iiiikIU b adi Ishtp of the I'.ri hid not ended in an steii A merit an lilltl. Hake tee tiklyn Fc.lcials vi ct nient tu- ninh'. I hav e sub in tied my. proposal to Ho m; if Ii is accept."!, will io.n the I'i tlercls." Stahl asseried toniKiH uf t'. r the ( oufen in e. I). Ward, president of the Lrooklyn i I, ib, St. ihl an 1 Hilmore sp. in most of toe day loipiher. Cilinoie indnaled thill the ilist U.'Mon WOll bl lie reslllln '1 tonioriovv. )lof;;ian was a member of the Cabs diiiim.; the Frank Chanie reime. I anil (.oi Lolli.-Ville, Ky Land, a i atelier Cleveland A fieri Toledo i f Ike lion, to 1 iy said the lmliunupolls leatjue. s lo I'cderals. ., Feb. in. drover last season w ith 111 cans and later wiln Amerban assm la he ban sntneii Willi club of the Federal (.iaills I.o to Marlill. Vcrk, l-'eb. IS. The first if New Yolk National lei'.xne ivtrs left today for Marlin. XeW 1 1 1 1 ; 1 1 1 ll.b p Pt x., where is located. the Hiatits' trainiim ciunp Plan Big Handicap Match for 1914 The MUU'U.uuii clay pU. mis trap ed : during llilil, set a new hinli mark for tile Irnlv Aineriian sport of trap Hliootiiiu. Hut even Ibis enormous total V.'il! lie eclipsed I'V the tlKIUlH that will be hum? lip t the end of HH L The Interstate a-'Soclalion alreadv hm under way preparations for staw Iiil; tin' classic evt nts of Ibis year. Never before had there been such kei ri livalry aiiioni; cities for the Inm 'or of holdiiit. the Hrand Aiu' ricati iiud the (sectional handicaps, and it was with dil'lieully that the association 'made the allotments which follows; C. A. lb. Iiavti.n. (.; Southern. Loan oke, Va.; Southwestern, Oklahoma STUDIOS FliOOllS. Sanu lUSoJilYiinelsrofit. riioii nu. i , i I. i mi I 1 imong the Howlers citv i.i:.(.n: staxiuxu ! w. i. ret. i Colts . li o l.tioo Dilimmer.s d 0 l.Otto Hankers "....it 0 1.UU0 Santa Fe :i ;t .r.tit1 I'utcheiK ;', ;i ,:,oo I FiTciittTS. o i: .ooo I (Irocers n ,mi Iron, oil Co o .000 TllXK. Il l's MATCH. Hankers vs. Crocers. Ditl MVI IN l MITCH I'ltOM j rovnx i:T.vi. on. company ; The Prummrr:! last ni:;ht at the lii'imimcr alleys copped another match, this time from the Continental ( il company. 2,2:'X to 1.07.'.. Itussell. for the 1 irummor.s, rolled the hisli i "ten" and second highest "thirty'' for the h axae. The score: UlttWt M KKS. 1st is:, ,1.1;! I 1M .in; , 185 2d I 7ti 101 170 .Id 112 111 1 21 1 Oil 214 Total 42 4ul 4 I K 1 2H tins 221S Faserbcl'K I lott , . Whiteomb Kumhor . Kussell .. Total . . . .71S 75 1 740 (HI, COMPANY. 1st 2d Id Total llamm .... .lis ll'.l ion ;I7 Kiaemer . . ..11!) H'.'i llhfi ul in 121 Hill Hi! 410 Pillow I IK 104 104 :i24 Wanner .. ..Ill 1 ;! 1 120 .",.'! Handicap ... ii0 00 llpi Totals . on i 701 i; r, : 1975 il .vdipp iinn: to mi.it sixkay ion x lii sa riox A meetinn of the h-aKuo caplains for 1:.'lo o'clock Sunday afternoon was announced yesterday. The nicetilm is called for the purpose of cleotinn officers and the adoption of rules for the league. IBV MORNINd JOURNAL SPECIAL IIABCD WIRV1 Waterhiiiy. Conn., Fell. 19.- Jo .huitrue of Jersey Cilv, sll.l I ed Johnny Dundee, of ew York, i. last twelve-i oiind contest toniiiht hi Amaleui Chii alto. Fell In Oi-anic. 111.--At least eiwll- teen cities will 1... represented at u tnietim; lore tomorrow for the pur pose of cil; i uixi "lt the National Ania- i,,.,,. I : , I ,. 1 1 ,.. e,t inn of tile Fllit- e, ;-'.. lies'. The lilel liin;- Will be in re;- ! SH'Cm. n i . I 1 1 . i.'.'iu'ii e.i in,- - , Atlial. Ill' D.iseli ill eii;;ae and it Is ex pected to oru.inizo the amateur associations' of the country into a body similar to tbo'e el the major Icauui s. Pol Sox Sle.n A. II. tlollllsoil. Huston, Feb. A. Itankin John son, pitcher will) the Syracuse team of the New York S-'tatc league, sinned wiih the Muslim American leanue idub toda.v. Johnson's record last season was twenty names won and seven lost. He bee. ill prof, ssional ball In Texas in I tin. JACK TORRES WILL MEET M'DONALD AT GALLUP MARCH H Tl.c f'uht Miieduicd sniiic time at; i I,. I ween Ja, k Torre-t. . f t Hd .Mbu- t pit i one, and ' 1 ll.c lu " Mi 1 n. tin hi. t" he MioL'e.l al (i.illup. wail I hi hi Ma re li N. ToIIch saiil es!-rUa. They will fir hi ten r.iumls ai l.i.t pounds rlnjjsble. Torres .inohil ly will Irani In re for the In. ill, alii! ::o to H.dtiip i lily a few da;. 1,. fore tie- i v-ti!. M ' -X'onald is now at ", nil up. ZBYSZCKO CLAIMS TO BE GRAPPLING KING WITH G0TCH RETIRED BV MOIVNIKta JOUMNAL tPIClAL LI Alii O WIR I ouisvllie, Fell. l'i. Stanislaus Zbvszcko of 1'iilaiid, after (lcftatinH I'.. I". Holler of Seattle, in Mraithl falls here lust iiikIiI, announced that in view of the retireiuenl of Frank (lotch, he will claliu the wrestlims chadipion-hip of the world and will defend the title asaiiist nil comers. Zbys.t ko gained the tltst fall over Holler in 1 Pour and x minutes and th fiecotiil In "a minutes. A mimiie before the fall Znvsz. ko threw Holler through the ropes, hut the American wrestler was unhurt. (Tlv Ve cltii bile , o!;la.; Ha.'dern. Lradfmd, Pa.; tern, (Iteen Hay, Wis. The I'a coast handb ap will he awarded The holdlmr of the dram! Ameri can at Iiiiyton will he a "return en a;:enient'' In nek now ledmni lit of the fact that the 1 II 1 ;i meet In that ct was unpri ceden'ti'd In American sports, lakin:.' the number of .artici panls us a basis of determination of importance; more than .Mm shooters toed the ni. irk. and Slitliethine; ,,f i i k 1 1 1 tons of i hot, find in ounce and nno-iiiarti r charm n were left on the lit Id nt tlie close of the four days of .hoot imr. In the selection as the .-oi lie of thi that city secure: l.i iv i si of th" set of Ilradfol d, Ta.( Lantern handican, i a return of thi tloiial ni' ih Ho d Lv I!il2 i;,i.-.rn havii been st Hie Hi 'iillonl Onn cliih. in athiilion In the ' Id;,' six, litlcen tout e i nn nt'. lu arini's sections of the Fuitid States have bi-en 'f cl'Is terod" with (lie Intei.-tlale association. Ttm total niiiiiber of das of shontliiK covered by the cvcnt.s nlreaily nKis tend will be twclity-s:x. State shoots. Inter-state, Inter-city, lea",f', special events nt iiiiiucrous 1 1 ,i pshootinu clubs, mid the retrnlar wei-kly, tn-tni-monthly and monthly shoots of the 2.H74 club, scattered throughout th" country, will make a total that few if uuy other mmtt (.un cnuul. SHUGHUE SHADES JOHNNY DUNDEE IN SECOND BOUT BIGGEST GAMES OF SEASON TO BE PLAYED TONIGHT The basket tall season locally will reni h Us heieli; tonight in the dotihlc header to he played at the Nuatnal liiiard armory by the Albuiiierque Husines'i colp'tfe and I. as Yei;as Nor mal Institute. The so:'.M,u also orola- Ply will reach its close tellMihl. After ti uiKhl nu mi re allies have been scheduled, al:hnl'c.!i a nimie or two may he a il :tn,;,il ln-tween Allui'ioerqiir teams. However, this nun h is certain- the I. as VcKnf teams w ill be l ti -List to be import. -d here before 1915. Hoih business college Icanis are in their best fi Tin. Coach C, Itolaud Fl lis lias been putting thcin tln'ou;:h se vere paces for the last Meek. Tin' teams are on mettle, and yesterday theiMiaiuinc vias IlKht. The forwards ol bull teams have extolled their own records for basket shooihm in prac tice, thai is accordii.L! lo ('oat h Kills. 'I he players are passim; the ball fa.,( and accurately, loo, so an open name n ay be looked for, ti ml not live or six sets ef w i' stilus lii.it' lies, depend inn upon which teams are on the floor Kiiiiolnsi Alter (oinie. Tile l.as Ye(?as teams are reported bote to have reiTuiio,! plavers from the las Yei;,is hiiili school, and pre paratory department of the Institute. However, this report iicated no alarm umoiiK the business eollese pln.veis, aKhoii);!'. the intent of the normal ev i t'cnlly was lo streiimlien Us teatns. For those who do not cue about t.ikinir basketball strainlit, the mail- iiKement announced that a dance vvoaltl be held after the tcunt s. The slim atlend ince at the tn em p.umi' be tween the business college and llic.li cehcol war. attributed to the fact that dancliiK was not permitted, and the athletic niutuiKemenl of the sten i.lii tijiliii' Institution is not nolntt lo lake any chances upon a small crowd toninht.' The maliaueineiit needs the shekels to pay the Kas cgans' ex penses. While Soy Offer I'cnnaiit. Chlcato, Feb. 1 !). I'.eliev InK thai the development of one more top notch pitcher and an Increase of speed on the base line will make the While Sox pennant winners, "Kid" C.h'asun left tonlKbt with the v a iiLMta r,l of the team for their traiuiiur Ki'ounils at I'aso Kohles, Calif. Optimistic re ports from I'ltt lur Kd Walsh, who Is already on the urnuiid anil the Hood condition of the recruits who boarded the 1 1 a in, were responsible, for rosy lUediilions by (ileason. Colli V linm l.s Out Ho--. New Yolk, Feb. Ill .llul Coffey, the "Dublin Cmnl," k k.d out Tony Hess of I .a in asli r, 1'; hook lo I he jaw 111 t hi a ten-round malt h In li y w cic.ht I 1 .19 pouni with a ri'.ht ,,vih round of loniuht. Co.' and Itnni 'J"l. PITCHER SEKTON LM 10 SIG i OPiCIAL CDRBFiiraMDENrt TO MORNING JOUHNAL1 Kansas City, Feb. The I'hila- iltdphill National leamie plliltilllA stalT will look like a. batliv bailcl eil sit ve If Joe Tinker, maiiaccr of the Chi cago Fed i -nils, is successful In sinn ing Hie man h" wauls al a t ..lift 1 1 nee to take pl.c In th" Fed. ra I lea:;ue olflce.'i of that city today. Tom S -a-li'li Is the pilcher in iiiiestlon and Ad Llelinall, l f tile ITliHie", vi ho lets sinned with the Federals, and Hill tvillil.-r, one of the Phillies' catchers, will be present (it the conference. Sealon, iicconipa tiled by his wife, ar rival! Iiere .vesterdav from their home in Coloiaiio. Lasi inc,hl Mr. and Mis. 1 ;n I n Joined I hem and the four l it for CliitiiKo at the reipicst of Man-aia-r Tinker. The Chifcd boss expect ed to he here yesterday lu inn t Sea ton, but w.i.s unable (o i;i. away mid v lied the pitcher to conic on to Chi CIIK'l. Pitcht r Hrennan Is responsible for Pill Killifer .iKr.lni.' with the FedeiaN and therefore he was reillcstetl to itet h'euton. lie went to Colorudo reccntl.v to see the pitt In r. hut was unable to Induce 1 1 i ,ii to jump til the outlaws. He promised, however, to come here anil see Tinker. Seaton is very i lose to beinc a "Fed." Yesterday he talked about the contract offered ami Inti mated st ri nc,ly ' t bat the proposition Tinker has made him will be accepl ed toiliiv. It calls for mom money than the Phlillcs will pay for bis So viets and vet b" Is not certain that he wants to Jump. Sealon Is a nn-at pilcher and Tinker is willing lo pav Mm T,i)(m a ear for three seasons Ai'uuiiicnti I Ini-lii'il III llolvid.i' a-e. Lo Ami'li-s, ( .i I i f.. l-'eh. l!i. Aren rncuH were i oiopleteil toiltiy by l.t.tii J'iib.i In the ionie"t t'l break the will bv vvhicli Frank If. Holvuke, of l!an ni'r, Me., left the bulk of hi, $1,110,(11111 '-mate to twin niece, .Madeline and Marjorie !l"lyoke. Counsel for Holv t.ke'.i Htm, y.'.dney Archlliabl llolvol.e. if Milwaukee, who wiih cut off with n lioipioHt of . 1 1' if . finished thn aieii-iiit-nt late lodav and the eaw will U" lo the jury tomorruw. Waut" liiciia"' for Trainmen, ciliai,o. Keb. I tl. Ilicrell.ex III uiiKi'i appioMinalini.' S 1 011,000 annii aliv, tod. iv va re maiileil $;,.iino train men of Ilu I'liiiiU'ii, Purlln;rton .y QuIiii y railroad by a hoard of arbi tration vvhl.h has been f-iilim: for three on nib . The decision of the ar bitrator wen- otherwise Hcnerally fa vi, no. le to Ho- eioi'lo.ves. si 1 1 1 si i L i a i.nvw in in:. People I-, eryw In to il til tall.tlpj of Ihu i iii k and fine rerult:i I'oley Kid ney Pills ;;ive in backache, rbeiitun Iikiii, Ui.ll.tv and bladder IrotibleM. Volt cm not take Hu m Into ynnr tev.'i t ti ii vi 1 1 1 it li t yootl rirtiols. That in be cause 1 oh V Kidney J'iii.j uie to the kitlncys and Id, older .lust what nature citllH for to lie:. I these weakened and Inactive iirKiiiiM. J. 1'- Carroll, .Sacra- intcnto, Cab, write.": "It lu a pleimure to reeomuund I'oley Kidney PI I Is, an they JiiHt worked wonderg In my tuse." Kor huIb by r.utl'n. Inc. Toy hlioii Todaj ( rj-iul, Willi F11S CLARK DIVORCE CASE ON TRIAL AGAIN II AZTEC Judge Abbott Takes Up Cele biatcd Suit Involving Large Property Interests and Sen sational Charges, I AL COBKlONllNirK TO Ml1NINI JOUBNAL) Aztec, N. ,M Feb, 19 -Ju ice K. C bbot arrived here Friday from Santa Fo lo OKain take up tin celeblaletl Clark divorce i ase, I'pon a former trial last ymr, Judce Abbott ntnniu I toil the, defendant, J. D, (Tal k, to jail for ninety days, for disobeying a court i order in rexaril to d c. poult ion of proo- i rty heliinnlmt to liltu, pendlim a set tlcinent of the divorce proceedhlcs. It l.s said that properly involving In amount I d (l.niMi Is involved In tins i ase. There are Hirer children in Hie Clark family. Clark iiIIckcs that the i blest one is not his child and fur ther thai he never nia'rried Mrs. Clark legally. Last fall at a ranch In Colo rado, said lo beb'tiK to CI. irk, his tenant was beaten by unknown par ties who (1 1'liin in li'il that he situ a statement that Clark owned the ranch lend stock thereon, It is aliened that a brother of Mrs. Clark is the man w ho did the hcalltiK. The case has been bitterly fought on both sides. on account of some of I the papers in Hie case having been for jcotien, Jlltlue Abbott was compelled to wire lo Si nl u Fe for them, and so 'ill. I not lake up the hearing- until Tiles lay. Troop Horses Iti-rovcree). llat hitii, X. M., Feb. HI. The troop horses, which, it was believed, hud heen stolen from Lieutenant Hunt by Mexicans, nearly all have hern teiov ered. They were not stolen. Led by a troop horse raised In this set Unit, the ridel less cavalcade broke loose nil aided ami he, 'tied without a stop to a patch of Kiass and I waicr twenty-five miles nway. There they woiv found today, ura.ini!. lie linen Mens Down, Saul I Fe, ,V. M ., Feb. 1 !l.- Act lm: ( .overtior F. C. de Haca, who returned hist fYfiiiuK from F.l l'aso, Texas, where he was one of the Kiicsts ami speakers lit the hamiuet lo the ,'lon, Felix Hia.. left thin alttrnoon for his home at I ns Villus, having received wi ld from Had n that C.ovei nor Mc I .t nald hail returned to the .'tale from his t rip to Washington, 1 1. ( '. ( arriilli In ('I'arye ol Tlie l ayle. Santa Fc. Feb. HC J. A. Carruth has taken chaise of the tii.iii.metueiit of the s'aola Fe I'aiclo liecailse of the iiliioiiilniellt of A. .1. I.o is, the own er, tu the inl oi 11:1 1 revenue income lax service. Mr, Carruth Is a veteran newspaper man, who for years ran the l.ns Verbis Stockurovv er. and also was postmaster of Las VcK.in for a ti l in. I liuaril rnrlnuulis (.ranlcil. I Santa Fe. X. M . Feb. I !'. - Adj. O.en. Many T. Hi rrim; today Is anil iuiIwi ii.iaiitin a three months' fiirlioieh to 1 the follow Inc. men of Company C. First I 1 1 Kiniont of inlantty. al Aiieiia Jesse !Kiin,:, A I. Win not k, Stive M. Horse. ! .It lm Mi Kiniii v J. M, i 'liny, Hav 1 I lOempsey and W. M, havis. Most of ' these men are In California, but expect ! to n tin n lo New Mexii o lii the sprtm:. URGENT DEFICIENCY BILL OF $10,000,000 fHV MOM.NI Na JOURNAL SPfDAL LKAflBJ WIH! WaHhliiL'ieti, Fell, Id. ,oru than (iiiii.iiiiii for deficient les In postal tiriaiict-s. caused l.y the rapid urowth of the parcels post, 'ill,(Ml(l for In vi slinations of the federal Industrial relations committee, Including; work In the Colorado ami Mlcbii;an mine districts, $1(1,(11111 for th.' federal board of mediation in setllinK railroad i t, .l.i . and L'.ltii'i.U'ui for the Pann ina raipoad, wire the principal Hems 111 the IIIKt-nt deliclelicv bill, aKle- uatinii I it, nmi, nun, repoi ieil today to tin' house for passu,;,, by the appro pj iat lens ri 1 1 ii in i I t.-e. HARRY K, THAW CASE. ON HEARING TODAY lV MO1NIN0 JHIJBK.L tl 11. LttlD Wllf 1 I'i lie. ml, N. II.. l-'cb. 1 i. - I- inn I pi epa rat ions wen- made tonlnht for the bearing of Harry K. Tliaw'o peti tion lor a Milt of llabeiiH corpus and for nil inis.sii.il to ball, to be hi-lil I..-. fore Jiiillie l'.ilnar Aldrich. in the fed eral court tomorrow, Chief liileie.n eenli red lu the iiuestlon of Ins bail for whatever the dcelnion in IIiciiiiih t it ii of liulicaH cortoiH the uucMtloii will l.e taken to the Hulled Slalea mi I rctiie ci iirt. Lily TrciiMinr N Mioit 927.UIMI. ! St, Joa. pli, Alu.. Keb. l!l. Warranl t hari'.llilf fill liezleinenl wile l-JfUed ; today for charier II. U'yatt, former jelly treasurer, ttiul Homer I i.sliot n, bin I List a.".,ii."taiil, upon .Information filed j l.y Pr.iNooulllitf Atloi'tey .'erreli. U yall le-imnd a vvii-k as;... after loliuli I imf I he vv.-m abort in IiIh neeounls. and ( im- l,i,i u.i.'i il i: i ii i. .ii il by Cltv Comp- treUef Shalfel- (iloliillon of the i hooks completed hy the comptroller I toilav plai-es Ihe nmiiuul of the aliened ! deficit at liT.OIIO. j Daniels l-aili'l'laiiis I'ri sldeiil. ! Wa-dilnnteli, ' Keb. 1 9.-- Secretary and Mr. LaiiielH i-nterlaiued Pt !ll- i o enl and Mix. ilsi.n at illniler It j I'lchl- Tin' Invited "lleilis included ; ('ban man Padua tl if the lioiea- nival laffairs ii.iiimlllee and Mrs. PadK 1 1 ji.i ii ma n Tillma n ol I be hi I n aval ! .iffail'a tomiuillec and All s. 'I illu i t he i li v. i nor a ml Mra. Craii.: of ,i n. "i ih M i it. dho. Ca 1 1 hn i , nn I I he Ma v or a ud .Newton Ii. Laker of Cleveland. ( i I tiled I'oiM rs Wauls Kou-a-iell. a, ton, l-'eb. Hi. Cab b powers, n--i publican cotiMtf.'Miian H'oui Kentucky j oi Hi - City club Itniiiiht that the li,hly way to plevonl liliotln-r tlen.o- i i':i tu- ad mini: 1 1 a t Ion waa "lo have :the it pill. le ans nominate Itoo.sevelt fo- tlie pll Mill II' V." lie pl (Holed llllll the ib loot mis would be victorious III ithe llrtl ' llliKI essii-iia I eleetiutlH, but jthat thcie V'l.ul.l be r publican uains. i 'T wo S in t in r- Hi port' d Mis-Inn. 1 St. .toiius. N, K., I'l l.. Hi. 'I'he Prit ' itdi Hohooiu r (Hand I'iills. forty-lvvo 1'ih.vm tioiu llarlior P.relon Cor iipoilo, ban bet n civ. i up here lor list, with a crew ef eijUit men. The Hay lior ilon, a Piiio h h bo, u e r from ('adi" for Itollorali. X. I'"., in ovi r.lue. She sailed Jani ary K) and ban not bc( n Kp.'lti. d, NEVER POLL- OUT SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. KILL AND illSSOIA R OUT TUB HOOTS. v IHIIt I'llll'll Willi tH7fR"l IIMVCHFlHit mt' M AITKAH AGAIX MliOM.IK III IN IN I H, l so li Wi.i III, s v,.niS II A I KS (Il I KN llhsl I I. IM I U I'l II VI vt;V III, I'MMISSIV. AMI HAHM I lM V IH-S'I'IKIV I A I It V M -III. 1 III Mil It l I'l.ltl I HUM iiaiu iiv mis mav sw hi r mi i iioii. l.tolv 1alt litiw nhi riativi'tt tilt Urr ntH-rllu ,in h itr itl'lfr rlrt'trlelty. lnjMfm, munlle lei 1 -k. li iSilt. iiiilt r, i lt'iiniK iin,l nil it lirr ilrpli ,l.,rlri llllhi'rlti kntmil liail l.ol.'il l.i ilu iiiiylliliiK tail liiirm. I win tU i i'lv ltitti) IMnti il l-v iiihm ilM.ni hair on nty ( (Hill!!. Hhllll fClllH'.l I'l nu-.ic mill "'cuiui' in m to hUltwuis ih 1 1 iiiid mnuv milt i(ini'i! rtiiii iti. in in n"ir.nv fluil if !ii' M'M.i I ilu- hnir t ;it nil. it fur 4 )uit linio uui, nml tli tinh m jo,tm r c h i i i1 it r t. m nuiHt'i hiiI thicUi'i' tluin vwv, Kmmi tin . Wet fh- lICI'.Ill' hi (i U-i up.'M my Kin, n tul t l iuliii ' il a K' " t ilcjil f nuln ti oiu 1 1 h"c. hut minify nu-t with iM; I't'-'intiiu-nt. I t 'u n ti it -l li tn hitli'M out t'V I lift l-ooiH. oitiv (in. I Hint Hi'M'l'iil ir ItitilH jii'Mtt-il for every .m.- t mild! I lui.l KtMiit n tiincti imii mot tin.lli ' oil t fu'Hi' Villi' IMK mf'llt'xll ll'U 1 wuh In U4)atr unit il! tno( i . inly tit (u in, l li nit I'lK I it 1 mtiHt till Tit foV rtM' from thin ton il.u- nrfiit n-iii. it U .IK til. II !!'.;Vt, I Ii MI IHmI hy 'Hilt t of il l ill Uy ff, Hi. h th.- . : , - -t V,' . t I'eiii'i.'.'u li il it " r'l 'i! I'ldll'KI cut '''itr. II luuii .if An tli,-in,-li,'B r,.r .. .. c I vv ii new luilr v.lil nr i,,r rviry oin ml n,.,r liiintvu nil" I 'lu. im li.nr, Willi lMI"' tins I I'ln.tt UnltlH Lti'.f llo ul.'.l 111 nillltt 1 lu'jMM II Ki'll,n ef t:oe ct n l.i I'.ill. I'tlt Voll t'rtll llhlKe tor yelllHi-lf fill XOrllll,, IIIN III llll I'lfnlt t'l l I Hltf tll'H nf llW 1,",' M 1 1 ' I M I V III I I'll ,' 1 1 1 ' IIH l,OVlT I 1 1 1 liiaa,'ii mi',1,1 rrmn Die pieil At IuhI niv ulullv noi.l fnillitr t,n l It ii I n i M iistli't- itltiiti ffl'tl WCI't' .ruvltlltt llllll Plr,','M fn' 1 it ,M - M. - ll U , I I' II I I'll')',", II I 'i" I II If I V fl' 11 1 II IVC-ipt ''"it'll ii neiitiH chilli 'lv ilti'l',1 elil riniii er ,i 't'ltl ftl'ilup f"r li'lloll ti"iannn fivnl iinihliiK i It, el o t ei- tiff.'i,, Ht tai I tin,.,! ti , mit l,i, lv iitrllcieil vvllli mit,M fliMiin luilr mi "tl nu t.ti n .km nit, I II iiultlvlv I't'iiixveil nil ii, I fio i lu , U III inn. er 1mI . I, ill I Mil "f n i v ntnti i ihii'iii. Iniii wllh.'til III-' jtllulil.'Kt il, itiioiili; tin nn linn' urn it't gri'Ut th.n Vl l'.'; t'f I' lMl ,'!' tll' "llll.ill 1 IMO, l..-!tllM t'l'O'l is limit,', t Ct Hit MttXt t.'f IlL'lil.'tl. I'lll l.tOftt lino wi.no' Kimi t.f thH il:" oillt Simply it 0 (I I TH : Allan tdlll linil' inlalil 1,'lnin All.r it f, .,),. In I 'lull iStute Pun. 1;. KfKl'liI Slli'r.l. l'it.i, il I iieli,,, lluil mv Kloit null r.'iiiiilnt.l I tl.oi. V tlnrltltlil ii'nlnuit t'l l':n;:- tlinr "fl. nii'l tilnli'. it el hh lit,, m,,in h. In n I .t einv Hi,, i.'iilKl. nn, I yen will tilll'ltt'tl I'V, lilt, I li"t I S ,i M(l!n,,U Hurt, ef t III- i l',. live tlllH Vlllllllltte IllferillHllt'll li 1'f- litilt-tl supt I rile. lis lour it liii ii, ,1, I r.'iilli, ,1 : Iiii il llinll. ELKS THEATRE Saturday, Feb. 21st. Annual Tour Sarah Padden In the His' of All Hook I'lays- .. o t, o t. o tl o tl o ti o ii o tl o ti o 1 1 0 1 1 i 0 tiO tiO t o tl i o i o , o ( o "Lavender AND Old lace" - o ; o ! O o o i o o o I i MYRTI.T- UKKD i Tour nitci'tiini of l1 nit I'd I ri.ty Co., Inc. Trices 5(V, 75c, $i, $1,50 X Seats on sale at MatsmiV t Hook Store 1'Vh. 19 i o I o M0G0LL0N Stage and Auto Line DAILY Lcnve Silver city i a. m. Arrive .Mol'oIIoii 4 p. in. Lenvo Moipilloti 7 a, Arrive Silver I lly 4 p. m. m Special ( ins on ltisinvl CbII or Aildrr-n I'. V. larrlolt. Prop., -Silver lly, N. -M. BALDRIDGE LUMBER C0MPAN PAROID ROOFING with 15 ycar guarantee. "l-pyyrxn, nru-n (Udm IVeJMr.s 11 'h'nkcy idis yjung, ' ' I 'ii ,., I f 1 , f 1 3 . "' a . id y-s y "-w - i1- Jig. KS-'ii M X 1 , . I y()l"l,L always lind in a place et 'lualily, wlurc the taern-kcepcr is luiki! lor m. -r -if the k'st the market allor:!,, pure, lnellmv, old, sun-ripened Iriciuls r.'dlly the proper zest out of a JJ t.i it id Ii, ii i r l'. hell t'o-v ' V I a I It I le ll'i toiler! iillv-d:ii,,refl f"" - --H Lire, did, (JolJcii Wiil liii;: l)ctvccn them iM.nlc ;n l uiiluio pi a secret furntitla, nuai'dol carc tully It.r auc't, uiul liistillcil titulcr sttn t ouvcnniu'i.l siipci v isiiin, Oils lii.sini u ,illv yri at ciil w hiskey meets (lie liijiicst i xpci t.itiutis of llic (icoiilc who want .siimctlsincr c.vtj.1 t xeelkn it. It's the one whl:,kcy that's Ik-jwhI critifism, because it it v..tli .f:Umt ! 1 1. n I i nil v niiulf n limut marvelous rtli mol j i o. iy 1 li' woii.ii vtul (mnHformaU'in in IUCI i-IIHC Ml V Hf.Jli'iM HIH'P 1','HIKfil (' M 11 IIpH L UtQHH(C 111 ivw ohi-'i- . i'i inula, aii.l tiu v thotiKtii that k VurltHhlij hut i mi tul i tun u. w h.nl h.'tn w r.'iiHht. Whon I tli n 1 m i l ti. tbrm rh. H-r-( 1 hnl aiHi-tnTtcti. iy 1 1 h'tl i iio fiuuu in rtli oti their imvii fokiiix. will) f inully if- (iTllV Bttil lH'IIUItlli;t i.'Miiltn. Th-y t"hl mt tlnit 111 KUiiKiiMK tills h-'i ot I WllJi W 11 llhohi- j inif n wrriit hnon TiHitt t thai PhouM ii-ll oHi k vr. tht nil m". Ilct- w.imon iniiit l.oii.. - m e' fit hv my iiMco'rv '-' ) l Mil' of tht iriunl u i I -I i 111 rhi IlllBlH 't 1'iu tft J,;, I'jiiimlucit i In I ri iit - v iiioiit, (i ml Kiiv It lli i lutilll'Ht IMHlol I'llll'llt. M tihi itn M Huchnr.l. hrviitji iiv- pill - ,n i nn, MnVi-llIK', vit il till mot ho! Home t I in i HKo, ituJ now h;i Vi ' " our troll tmrnt '.4 JM'AW I'tou1. h t'liUM1 tt li p.'i muiH'tit . Mv Uln ti'l li'TH'iilii'i! fllliy(ll tuiil w hlio, ithoiit a .? f '' lilirl Irrrllily, lll'il '",! hJohIh of Uivl I IUnUM oooooocooooooooooooooooooo 0 o o o Elks Theatre j TUESDAY, FEB. 1 o The Annual Elks' Play SEVEN I DAYS I o o o o , o itirri(j, ko Aiuxo g io nioTors I'MKi; oii:iy o r O 1 a .- , .. . ., o I inier me I'lrecnoii oi 0 vi.in (;vi:i:;i r. i.tuxa-: mi o o o B. P. O. E. o o o o o o 0 o o SI '.A I S OS S A I K AT MAl'soVM, Saturday, I'cbriitiry 2 Inl. PRICE $1.00 ALL OVER THE HOUSE 000000 oooooooooooooooooooo Drummer Bowling Alley 203 W tit U.I) IlOWI.IMi Al MAS AM) IIM'MIT llll LI AHDS Business Opportunity Hood openlnif for live H.ileniaa In the anli'liiel'ile ImihIiii h. Alt' n. y for aleuin, Tt.i i an. e, ( (iiadali.pt , and S ind.iV 'l et.'ilil icq on lll.eral ci.nimo.si.'ii. Small capital only re nulled, pesl to lllnu cur la the I'liiti ,1 I'la'i a. I. I). Cox .".-tit. .Mbuiticnjtic, -. .M. - 1 Wn'.i 1 ' . , : ' 7g LA ' fx IsYamVJ t-Tt-i- k4.e"--.'H Jull Quart 34 IT kin he ssii Stil mil hit bit! if t vv it .:i, d 'ut ii tod rd tv he or ( i re a t'M V b n b i' ( ! M ll ll b'll (T nrii all, pa ve It'll 1)1 rd Ike ( oi si loa t ; ' 'f.l ti pr I'., i oil in nn I N't II re ttu ib' loo UP i i I i a fi cm lib B . I ' tl I I Cr l - bi ll, ti tr in il 't F.T-TU'W) 'JW'