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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY, AUGUST 4. 1914.
THREE I IN THE WORLD QFSPORT REDS AND GIANTS iWHITE SOX WALLOP TINKER'S TEAM IS HAVE EVEM BREAK; THE BALLANO 11 TAKENJNTO CAMP 1U Fruin Over I lie liliine Make ( l our out of live I'roiii league lenders; koiietchy SIhiiw Home Itun TIihI Willi for I'lralcs. Illllcss Wniuler Come lo Life n Kiglitli J 11 1 1 1 lit; mill I'limiil Out Vic. lory (Her World Champs: (inrlcs klc I'ilclic Another Star (.iiiiii' NATIONAL I.KAt.lK rk ...... fTAMtlNO, Nrw Y.i t'hlt'HSii .. SI. I,.. mi .. Hf.sttiii . . , I'ln.lniiHll . Philadelphia riltnlMitiih , llr.iiiklyu W. .51 .411 .411 .4:1 .4M .39 1.. ;i7 4.1 4.1 4.-, 4 'I 4!l Ml lit) Pet. ,',:n ...17 Ti ' .i"iii:. 4S4 .pi; .441 ,4.;k AMERICAN IEAOTE STANI1IM1. t ' 1 1 1 1 .1.1.' I I 1 Ml II..MMII .. .. WllMhlllKtoll li'tn.ll .. .. I'lll. hh Si .uin .. New Y.. rk . . I'lcVI'iHIlll . . W. lil ii . 4S .47 .4:1 .ii 4': 41 IVt. 1 :. m.i .4 m.i .1 : Watson U,sc to Dickson lii Hurling Duel Thitt Gnr 10 i:11n Innings; ludlaniiHills ie Out llrooUlyn, mid Murrain Minis Out Tn I lenders. rKHKRAL 1 KAtit E UTANPIVO. (ImnAi ('Imlniiiiil hi Hi. lands bi i'IiI.hku Ht Xi'w York Pittsburgh hi H'.Htt.n Today. l'IHIn.l.lihla. llrooklyll. (Hint Today. Waithlnginn Ht Cl.vplunil. riiihi.i.iiiiii niidu... New York Ht INtrnlt. U.(.n at Ht. I..iul. ' I 'III. HK" . . II. lit Imiir.. lii.lliinMiiii Ur.M.klyn .. Itiifft.1,, . . I'ltlnl.lllKll . Ktuiftiia t'iiv Si. I...UIS .. W. 47 .4:. .4) .41 . 40 I.. 4 ; 411 4 : 41 4 Ml r.t M IM. .i7 .1.1.11 ...:: ,tiS4 ,4'i.'. .I..I .44.1 .417 ORATORS PLEAD FOR GOOD ROADS AT CHAUTAUQUA Intense Enthusiasm Aroused by Advocates of Bcttei Highways at Mountainair; Crowds Continue Good, What's New in New Mexico LIVESTOCK MEN EQUALIZATION EDUCATORS TO BOARD TO MEET ; HOLD CONFERENCE ON AUGUST 20 ON LEGISLATION OF NEW MEXICO ; ARE PROSPEROUS 1 flnmes Toitujr. Khiikhk tin nt Hr.H.klyn. Hi l...ul m riil.hinnli, I'llll'SRi. HI I In 1 1 Km ..!-. Initinfiti...li at Murrain. IB I Chicago, Aim. 3. An elghih inning , I titling fully today turned defeat into iMi tory for Chicago, jt to 8. The wild- 'lit as of Chicago s twiners in mo sev IBT MOBNINB JOUSNAL SSSCIAL ktASIO WIBS1 New York, Aug. 3. Cincinnati made It four out of five from New York liy dividing onyblc-lieuder with the champions today. New York won the tlrst game easily liy a score cnih Inning nave Philadelphia n Inn of 7 to 2 while tho visitor won the lend. m-rnnd name after an uphill Unlit liy ,,,; n H more of 5 to 4. ! Philadelphia . .002 000 510--8 Hc.irc-First gamo: R H E Chicago "10 003 05x -! Cincinnati '. . 000 100 0012 It 2' iutterieM -Plunk. Pcnnock V Vnrk .. 021 000 oix-7 11 2 Lapp s. haiiK; Uussell, Fahrr, flatteries: Ubntnn. Schneider, IM,,K nil Schalk. Ylngllng arid Clark; Muthcwsnn and, Meyers, McLean. Hi ...re H.-i i.n. I datnc: R tl K Cincinnati .. 000 0OO flf.O 5 10 New York ... 300 000 100 -4 !! I Butteries.: Antra, Snyder and Gon zales, (.'lark; Dcmareo and Meyer. Pittsburgh, Auk. 3. Hc.ire: PltlHbUIgh ..000 000 000 t'hli'HO.i 000 0110 000 Batteries: Dickson and Hon und demons. n i i oo Kerr; II II X 1 12 1 and Wolf- Indianapolis Brooklyn, Auk. Henri : Indianapolis . . . 200 7; Brooklyn 6, 3. n Ono Boo 7 Wut II 14 ti Konetchy the thii- PlrateH 7; DinIucis Brooklyn, Auk. 3. Ed Proke up today' Kamo In leerlh InninK by KlaminlnK n home run to deep renter with the la;en full, kIvIiik PittHliurKh the victory liy iliivinK Brooklyn into la.it Tiffi'rs Yanks 1. Iiitroit, Auk. 3. Covelenkie oiitpitched Cole and Pctroit d Nnv York to lay, 4 to 1. Here: H New York 000 000 010 1 :. 0 l'etroit 020 002 00X 4 1 1 I I'ntterlca 4'ole and Nunamaker; Covelenklc and Baker. Brooklyn 013 001 100 Batterlw: KalerllnR, Mullin andltalk Warren; 1'etcrs, Houck hiij Owena iisily feated II IWtlllinote H; Kansas Clly 3. Baltimore, Auk. V Hcit; n it f, Italtimon 200 040 02x H 11 I KansaH City ...030 000 0003 10 4 BatterleH; Conley, Yount end Jack lilHch; JohnHon, llarr'a and Brown. rSICIAt B.IPATCH TO MnOM'sa iuaNAi.i Mountain. lir. , .l , .iik. 3 I'ro llloter of pici-pi illy whose KloKltn t "tiond ItoMiP',' are i.mIiij tn chartte of rli.ulauiiic Nelona, and Hie diR- mioii inn 1 1 nir t lu l'.ii.i.I ,f l...tia. ttloh. waa in a manner that not ..nlv ro,iM nu.iiter In the Cromwell I enthUNlanm of leal listetieiH hut 1 ei'ho.'d hy ie Wife liooslcr from many dlatrltta In tlm slate. Arrival" of autoniolille purlieu from Santa I'e. CarrlKozo. l.aa Cruee. San Antonio, Torrance and county town and Altm iiier.tie today augmented the atten dance already In I'haiitiiiuiua park . If IntetiHe eariieHlni sH ol orator and plaudit, of Intensely Interested nudl- tor, and elilony of Kasoline travel to day heard In the tabernacle hear the Ir.iila llifiv riehl.' miti-il V,. Klevico hwi,u,..'wlli I..;, ..., ,i... ..,...l..i a,n,, Boawell, Willi road the resources of the Htate de mand and d''Kcre. lion. Trancl K. Lester, of Mesilla Park, pr.'Hideiit of the State Aoclatlon of MtKhway (if- fli lata and sponsor of the day'H pro- iKram, a llitroduced ly Itev. H. K. jjIKarlev, tho efficient cliautauiiia hu 2 pet iiitendent and platform ninniiKcr. 4 Mr. I.ealer, In a brief preliniinaty outlined the order of dih('iiHlons and Introduced Mr. John A. Whit- taker, nenlor hiKhway eiiKineer from the offlc of public loiids, who came laPIOAL OiaPATrH TO MOHHIMa ..OUHNACl S.inl.i I'e, Auk. J . - Prosperity i.iiihiiK the ItvcHlock no ii In in. heated by tin' Incorporation today of four lie-..ik companies, tbe iharlei's bemq filed ltll the Htate col pol ation i.uiiiiiih-: sioti. Hue of the loinpanie has II lo-ad- k in Al- buiiuer.pie, the Hlatitloiy auenl be tm Walter M. Connell. The a pit Itxa jtlon ia $211,000, divided into 2:1.000 .share!. Kach of the in. ..1 1 1 1 or .has siilisi ribed to 6,0011 shales, lh.- ln- coi poialoi lieinu I'l auk II.Mi.l. of I KxpalinlH ; It. C. I'llloil, id I tu itio; .1. II. M.l'aity, of Taoa; A. W. W11M, of 'Wiikoii Mound, and Walter M. I'nir neH, of Albuniicr.iue. The company la knoyvn a the Bond-t "oil n I . I Smep l& Wool Co. I The lloswell Itanchlnit cumpany. of It. B. I'lllit as slitii- buy anint. Incorporated yitli $H'0, Otifl ciipltall.at ion, divided lulo l.ooil hIihic. of which tho Incorporators, V. A. Cahooii, A. II. Prult and I-. B. l'rttit, of Konwrll, each siibniibed fifty aha res. Walrr l'-el' AssiaMatlou. The I'lflh South SprltiK Walei t s .1' asxoeliitlon of Boswell uu m -punt ted with ciipitall.atlon of 2a una the hicorpoi atoi and directoi s beinu Melville B. Hummer. 3'JX ahates. .1. !m. Ilervey and Leonard McKce, one Ah. IBpiciai o.aArcN TO MONIS intlNi Santa .'c. Auk. 3.- Tiayelim; llltor lloWell Ii, II llest today scut out a notice for a mcetiHK of the stele board of ciiia ll.atl.in on Aur.ust -0 to all the county connn isslmici s. a. hcshoih and oilier officer. Inlcict.d "At a meelins of the state b.uii.l of eiUall..illon held AliKUi-l 3, I'.MI. the follnuliiK tesiiliilloit wiih adople.l "That the s.ii.-tary of this board be Instruiteit to notify all district at torney, the boards of enmity com iiiInsioiici's and all a-scsor of the counties of the Kt.ie, ihat a uicctnm of this board will be held Auunsl 20. 11111, for tile pmpo.ie of consldel llIB ; iiNNeHHinetita made In the variona iioiintles and 1 1 u.i Ii .I nil same, i "The reason for tin:. Imiiik thai isome of said ntticiiils havuiH le iiucsted that lhe b. ..uisiilled before any t liiinKea '"' n, i.le in the assess ment ol their 1 mint :es. "Yours very liub. ! 'TlnWILI. LAIiNKST, "Secicia r ." IIP '11 r..HTATi:H TO K't J.KlS.MI 'aula l''e. Viij;. 3.- Whit ui.iyproye be the no el llllillielll'ilis lOtlfet'- 1 in e In the hiM.ii y of be ll.'l.l next el k 1 11 I I lie Sllllmicr iinel The Sit.lt.- I.' :,l. , msi inn i.f t ;.. ci t in' m I. I. ii . t Stale n'..,n ! 1' iaiik II. II. Uob. i l , , ti n t ersitj ti( 1 . L, Knl I th at Silver I'm, c Ii. mil. i. I.i Mi. hi.. ' ty, Itev. C. C. II sntiel llilelliletil I County Supei ml ' of A .Ire, has b i ' 12, hllc on the .l.iv I., f. ' islat i e commit I oe ,,f 1 1,,. I Ico Kducatlonal a.s i. 1 ill Vet., i Slate 'I'lllllV v.i ,it .f l; at l'l:iv, -int. lit . h i .,11. the si lie, is to .timed urn yy ith '.lllrat en, con . Hon.il.1, See o 1 iicelo, I'r. or the Noimal .... I 'resident K. Nor I hi boot Si. I'd llllcllilent S.ui.l.iv.tl riiuti- i. swell, county s . ..iiiily and I C, Svvinilev .1 for Almost e Die len- Aevv Mrx- II, I OIlSlsl - SAN MIGUEflS FIRST COUNTY IN STATE TO SEND IN JULY TAXES Buffalo I; Buffalo, At.R.. 3. and 7 to 3 place. Hon-: I'lttsbniKh. Brooklyn. . BallrrlrH: Nationals 7; Nap 1. ' icvciami, AUK. .1. 1. niiiiiK"ll oe- , u,.l)r- rented Cleveland, 7 to 4, In a very ; n,,ff jno 000 InoNi lv played Kamc. Both KnKle and st. IxiiiIh 000 000 II A 1 1 f a uer ma n who started to plti h were I l!i.i,.ri,,a rnni una 0010001 1000047 13 ,iriyen from the box and of the two 'and Simon 10001010000003 12 i;r, Hef iii. thers Ayera proved more f-i l ooper rind r.ibson; ha- fective than Collamnre. Seven of the! St. I,oul 0. I from Washinnton to attend the New I Mexico Kood roads meet and the chau liHiiiia. This disilnmilshed road jhulbler, In a clear way, tree from the I technicalities common many scien tists, discoursed oil the necessity and I economy of anpeiiur iiyentic for itrans-state triuel. share each Incoi porat ion paper were fl' d by the llolley Land Cattle Co., capila I'lzed at $300,000, divided Into 3.000 shares, of which l.fiOO are preferred. The Incorporators and directors ate 1". Ci. llolley, J. llolley and c. J. X'ichatls. of Bio Blanco i-ouiity, Colo. n it ii I2x 4 S 1100 0 4 1 lllalr; Brown Rah and Meyers, McCarty. Bra yes I; Cards 0. Boston, Auk. 3. Boston won from: St. Louis in the ninth today, 1 to 0, j when two HinKlca, a sa'tlflci; and1 Butler' error allowed Tyler to cross,' the plate. Tyler and C.rlncr hint their Hoennd pltohlHK duel of the series. Hcrp: K H B j r, low, nnn tt1 t r. i o. . - , fi won from ra. i.oois .... i . . 'j u.oi im'h ,v i Hcoro- -Batteries: Tyler and Whallns: I Huston . (Sriner and Snyder. 'st. Louis '. ! Batteriea eb-vi n runH scored were rn errors. kk.re: HUB t'leveland . ...010 030 0004 K 7 WashinKton . ..100 400 0207 1 1 3 Batteriea - Collamnre, HnKormnn and Kffim; h'niilc, A.vers and Henry. Among the Bowlers Standing Team (if TcaniH. Won. I.oHt. Browns B: Keel So 1. , Hubbs . . St. Louis, AUK. 3-rSt. LoiPh pound - j LiKht Co. ed CiieKB hard in the sixth InnitiK iind B. B, B. . Phillies 5: CiiIim 0. - Philadelphia, Aiir. 3. I'hlladel-l phta won today's Kame from ChiraKol 6 to 0, knockinK Slack off the rubber j in live InnlliKH. Seme: n II El CliicaKo .... 000 000 000 0 ti 3j Philadelphia. 012 020 OOx 5 1 Batteries: Stack, Zabel and Arch-) er; Alexander and Klllifer. Boston, B to 1 n . . .010 ooo noo i . . .001 oor. oox 6 CireKC," - Bedlollt Thomas; Janus and Amiew. I Foresters , ii n! Drummers ., 2 Cigar Co. , , X 0 i " !mi)Vmi:i.s 1 2 11 4 11 7 H 7 7 X .4 11 2 II 1 11 i GRIZZLIES GET GAME FROM DES MOINES BY NINTH INNING RALLY The names at the Colts from I WESTKRN I.EAUl'E STASHING. OTHER BASEBALL RESULTS AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. How The I.nlliBVillf. ,, MilwHllk.-o . , t'l.-vellintl ., I'olumliua .. InrilHtifip'.tlM KaniiaH I'lly Minnf-apiillit . Ht. Paul .. fltand. W. .; ,:.:i ..ri7 .54 . r.i .39 T- 4:1 4X :.l nt r.4 ,riS 1.9 Pot. .r:.!i .sr. 1 . r. 3 2 .514 .r,t:: .6H1 .4iS SI. mix City , lienvpr . . , St, Joseph . la-s Moines Lincoln .. Omaha . . . T"p.-ka . . Wlehita .. W. .:! .l .no ..'.4 .51 lit .4:1 .42 4:1 Pet. ,o.i .57 5 .571 took two out of three the Hubbs in the match Drummer alleys last niKlit, re- jtainiiiK their lead In the Duckpln I leaKUe by a liiK inaiKln. The feature of the match was the star work of McDanlels who amassed the tidy total of 328 for the three games. The score: IICBBH 1 .'.""IMullinH 02 Yeaterday'a Iteanlla. t'levelnnrt 111; Mllwnukep :t. C'nhinilttjB fi: KansHS City ;!. MlnnenpoIlM (i: In'liHnHP'.Hfi 4. Loulavillt! 15; St. Paul It. (II lniilnm.) TACinC COAST I.EA60E. How Tliey Hbind. W Psrtlnnrt d'J Vpnlep R7 Han Frnnclsoi KH Los Anarh-a lit Harrampntu 5S Oakland .' i ! 11, 44 YeaterilaT's Knnlla, N itanips Bfhprliik'd. r,o !,:, Fill r.s 114 75 y 801 TIIF.KN I.EAOUE. How They Mobile . . . . . Np' Orlt-rtiiB Hlrmlnitabin . Atlanta .. .. Chattanooga. . Naahvilln .. . Memphis ., Montgomery , HI 11 nit. W. ....? .... .54 .54 ,4B .411 I T 44 44 51 4 9 r,:i r.t o 71 Tft. .554 ,64'l .5'iK .f.!5 .475 .370 Pet. .5K5 .577 .r.'.'7 .515 .5 II 5 .5HH .44 .SHU Yesterday's Results. Nashville 4-4: Atlanta 1-:. Mobile I; ItlrminKham 0. Memphis-Chattanooga: rain. (No t her Knio scheduled 1 (nines Today. Iietiver at Dim Moines. Lliiroln at HI Joseph. (Imaha at Wlililta. Sioux Clly at Topeka. !'' I TreffenherK JUJ DeLorlmer Totals .. I COLTS iMcDanlel .. : Alorelll . . Palludino . it 7 IBV MOHNIN4 JOUSNAL SSCCIAL LCASfD WIHBI lies Moines, Aug. 3. Score: It Des Moines ...000 000 0303 Denver 010 000 0034 B a 1 1 e r I e s T iirner, Lakfiff, KI'IiIkc and iMalcy; Sthrelber Block, K 1 i 1 7ii .2113 .120 . 02 . f4 1 l-'ollottlnLr Mr Whilliiker Mr I.i H-I 1 K ter Kne 1111 addtyss Unit was Inter 11 riipted many times by round, of HP- 'i.lniiun Mr I.esler lo k.,,1 lo Ihn ull- dlence In a forceful way and UIKed the passing of IioiiiIh under the nde Utiate hondiiiK laws of the state for the lonstructlon of county roads. An ovatlonary round of applause mark ed the close of this live toad boost er's talk. I Colonel Hilton, of San Antonio, was Pc'-jtho next speaker. Colonel Hliton .!! pleaded for the tl ans-slate travel to .733 1 traverse the old trails that touch the .HI I (historic ruins that are of sm h vast .633 ; maKiiitude and maKiiiftcrnce that ,4tii .Home day they yvlll become one of .2117 New Mexico's chief assets, lie pnint .154 oil out Ihnt Moontabiiiir la the huh of USJ a Kicat wheel of roads, leadina to a - ! '"i" : rloiis points of historic and pre-hlsto-:ric setllement. Mr. J. Dunlavy spoke ifor the road boosters of Torrance jcnunly and received the tribute of applause that echoed Ioiik and loud. I Itev. l'arlev, the chautauiua miperln jtendent. spoke briefly of the history lof Ii ('.rail (Jiiivira (or Tablro, as the histories name the place!. At the conclusion of the afternoon pinKiiini four auto loads of Sanla l''e road boosters arrived to participate In the evening celebration. Miss Buth BrlKht saiiu syveetly Just before the Tut, iilHsm iation adjourned. 27.rJ This cveiiliiK tho principal orator 224 wilt be Mr, Whlttaker, from Washing 2i:ton, who will give forly-lhree stere- optlcon llluslratlons of transcoiitlnen :f3 24 "SO tul highways. A feature that promises I to be a treat of treats will be the x- 83 328 ; hlbltlon of classic Greek posing lit Kl 27.1 1 ring drills lo be presented by Misses 75 24H'Kdna Mcl'hesney. !'. Daphne Cobb, New Mexico heaibUarters ale al San Marcial, Socorro county, yyitu Charlen M. Crossman, statutoiy anenl. ALLOTMENT OF MONEY TO STATE INSTITUTIONS MADE BY LAND OFFICE STMt IN COLTS-HI Hits (i AMI' ISSBCIAl. plBSAtCH lO HHtNIHV JOUSNALI Santa Ke, Aug 3. -The fnllowing Is the allotment of slale laud office in come for July to various slate Institutions: Common si tio.il I'niveisily of New Agricultural college, ll.'lii St; Las Vegas, Knatc rn $72. .14: School of Mines, $101.30; Mil itary Institute, $S7.20; Miners' hospi tal, $'i3 40; Insane nsylum, $21. al; cliarllable and reform Insl iut ions, $'2oxii; Blim) asylum, $ 1 25 40: Deaf and Dumb school, $,'14 .57; water teser volrs, $I21.K0; llio (iratide improve lllenl, $320: public buildings, $23.60, an t railroad lionds, $43. fund. $2, 3i-,:,. is. Mexlvo, $17. Mi; , $K4; Silver Clly, $13(1. !i:.; Kl llito. Normal school, IsesraAL dispatch to wosnins joiibnau Santa Ke, Aug. 3. -San Miguel, county Wiih the llr-d eoiiiitv to remit to State Treasurer N. Marion Itsj taxes collected 111 Jnlv. the stale 11 1 fly I mm $t,34!tt2, Mora i.ouniy re-' nutted tl.HiX.17: (iuav county sent: $2.l!v'J.5K, and McKlnlev, $242.02. j There were also other sources nf revenue. Laud Commissioner It P. Krv len ileposlllng $ 4,nti .'.01 ; the slate j coi pornib'ii coiimiissii.n $2.2:M. 1.'. fori ' corp. 11 al ion fees, which Is doing; jnither well for J11B. but was due t.c 'rue $ 1,000 fee paid by Kranels t". ! W ilson. The ci.iunilsslon also paid j $ 2 : 4 of insurance fee. Hio Arriba jcoiiniv rcttiitted $i:.o toward the sal ary of llie district attorney lor the , Kind ill'lrlet and Mora counly $125 fur the district alloiney of the Knurl h , district, (lame Warden Trinidad C de Bin a deposited $2 to the 1 redit uf the game protection fund and I Warden Mi Maims enriched the stale Itieasnrv with $315.4."! of convicts' earnings. j Mi Kinlev county reports a total of !7sMv3 of P.I13 luxes collected III iJulv and (juav county $ 7 ,t! 1 2. 2!i ofj HI3 taxes. $725.53 of 1!U2 and $27,211 of 1IUI laxes. AMENDMENT ABOLISHING j BOARD OF EQUALIZATION j WOULD EMBARASS STATE, ln ol SuperlntcndeM .1, s. II. iter of Tuclimcai l, Supei Inlenileiit .1. It. Tay lor of Deintim, and Cunty Suueiin lelldcllt L. C. Meisfeliler of CoVs will meet together with the ixecullvo coinliilttee of the ass. 1. 1,1 1 ion, c.uisla lllg of Superintendent of Public I11 siiueiion Alvaii N. White, Deiin I'lallk t'nl 1. 1011 of the Noimal llliiyei ally. Professor .1. II. Taylor and l!"V, C. I". Hill. Counly Supei Inlclidcnl Miss Union (iocbil of Denting and oilier educa tors of the state have alieaily an nounced llleir Intention to be also pirsenl as a legislative program for the legislature as well as Hie New Mexico Kducat jonal -association are lo b Hilled. The oilier sublets t.i be discussed include: "A New Course of Studv for Common Schools,'' "Kind and Distribution of Text Books, " "Counly Supciivlslon of Si ho.. Is." ".ce.ls of the Slate Department of : Kilucaiioti." "Blanks and Itepniis," ! "Consolidation of Institutes" and "Cm relation of Stale Kdiieatlonal In stil 11I ions." j Besides those mentioned Superin ' (on. tool Charles D. George of Silver City, President David Boss Boyd of the I'lilverslly i.r New Mexico, Dr. Iv j P. Humbert and President George iLadd of the Slate College will be In ateiiil.ince at the conference. STATE AUDITOR MAILS FIRE COMPANY WARRANTS 100 71 X2 1 20 102 KS 3 S3 104 Totals rllATCII TONKiHT Foresters vs. New Mexico Cigar Co. Sioux City 12; Topcl.a 1. Topeka, Aug. 3. Score: R II K Topeka 003 010 000 4 X4 Sioux Clly 004 350 0001 2 23 1 Batteries Grover, Falrcloth, Jonea ' und McAllister BENNY CHAVEZ 1 GETS DECISION OVER GENE ' DELMONT IN 15 ROUNDS j Helen I'ee, Alvina Poslel, IToy l-as-296 317 238 831 1 terday, Alum Krled, Klora Chess, Ml hel - iMcClaskey. A May pole drill will also 'he presented by these exponents of Iphyslcal culture from Albunueniiie. The big attraction for tomorrow l "tho conceit to bo presented by a cho jru of professional vocalists under the direction of Charles J. Andrews. Mrs 'Frederick Winn, of AlbuiieriUe, if jlo be a soloist. The singers will ar rive this evening. j SSICIAL DISPATCH TO MOSNINB JOUSHAL I Sanla Fe, Aug. 3. Kite companies I all over the Hlate will be made hn p , py this week by the receipt of their annual warrant by the stale auditor. V. (!. Sargent mailing them out to day. I'tidcr the statute. AlhuiUei"Ue re ceives $2,250; Baton and Simla Fe, $1,200 each; Boswell. $1,000; Silver City. $700; Las Vegas, $X00: Carls had, $H0O; Alaniogoido, $1100; Fast Las Vegas, $400; anil the following $500 each, Gallup, Artesla, I.IU4 Crtl ces, Socorro, Tiieiuncarl, Clayton, Springer and Doming St. doe II: .Joseph, Aug. Beagan and Murphy, IJiicoln S, St. Henre: R H Lincoln .200 210 0005 7 4 St. Joseph 222 111 OOx 14 4 Batteries Smilh, Dessau and lie nor; Vance, Brown and Sehnng, Griffith. 1ST MOSNINB JOUSNAL SFICIAI LSASSO Willi Denver, Colo., Aug. 3. Benny Chavess, of Trinidad, got the decision over Gene Delmont, of Memphis, here tonight at the end of fifteen mi rounds. The decision was popular RUNAWAY HORSE IS HALTED BY MOTORMAN Omaha H: Wichita 2. Wichita, Aug. 3. Score: RUE Omaha 000 002 3038 0 Wichita 200 000 0002 7 4 Batteries Garrett and Krueger; Durham and P. Graham. Perfecto Artnljo, Jr., motorman on a no lit It bound street ear, and Scta tihln Garcia, driver for C. W. Kunz, Chavez weighed 119 pounds and ,.,,, . H runaway horse at 5:30 Delmont 1 26. jo'clock yesterday alternnun, near Sec- Dunnie u'Brlen of Seattle, went ond un( central. Armi.lo saw the ten rounds with Kv Winters, of Ba-i,rt)e Httached to a light buggy, rush ton, N. M U'Brien' getting the de- ln( w'(y north on Second, nud iiil" k. cision. v umiiinir Horn me, street car 1 Quality Not Premiums Frank Gonzales of LaHt Las ve RBR, N. M., fouled Battling Kalis, in the second round of ii scheduled eight-round bout and Kalia was giv en the decision. ( lilcagoaii W ins ( liainpioiishlii. Chicago, Aug. 3. Alex M. Squair of Chicago, present Illinois state champion, today won the western tennis championship by defeating Clarence Griffin of San Francisco, the title holder, in the challenge round, li'-3, 5-7. 6-2, 6-0, Griffith ap peared to be out of condition and was .dearly outclassed by the young Chi cago player. was successful in Htoppinn the animal Garcia going to his assistance. Tin horse was hot.rbj for a plate gloss win dow in Butt's, drug atom w hen stopped nnd probably would have Injured pass, oraliy on Set nnd street, had not Ar mljo headed him off. JOHN B. M'MANUS IN TOWN FROM SANTA FE John B. Mi Mil m is, supei iiitendent of the alnte penlietiHary, arrived last night from Sanla Fe and loday will Inspect the work being done by ion vict gangs on the roads between Altui . 1 1 1 I a 1 1 1 ami Isleta, Mr. McManus was formerly city clerk In Allniiiier iiie and Is making a huge succesa as warden of the stale prison, The Day in Congress Tho Cn so of I,. I, (antcloii. Tho case of I,. 1,. Canlelou, Claren don, Texas, la h) Mil ht r to that of many d hern who have used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea Itemedy. Ila says, "After trying a doctor for several months, and using different kinds of medicine for my wife who had been troubled with severe bowel com plaint for several months, 1 bought a 2 fie bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, cholera and Diarrhoea Bemedy. Af ter using the second hot He she was entirely cured." For Hale by u II dealers. ISSSCAl DISPATCH to HOANIA.B JOUSNAL) Santa Fe, Aug. 3. Considerable misapprehension rxlsls throughout the stale regarding the scope of the proponed lllllrlldmrllt to the collsll- llutloii which Ih to abrogate the stale hoard of eiuall.aiioti. I he mere printing of the amendment Is mis leading and the portion of the con stitution as II will appear should the niiictidiiielil he carried as Well as Hie piirlii n eliminated by the anicml nu'iit Hhoiibl be studied. No mailer what its merlin, the adoption of the iiiiiemlnirnt would leave tin' slale in an embarrassing posltiuii us lo next year's tux.s for the legislature would hardly enact a revenue statute until In March. Jn the meanwhile the stale board of o'lunlizullon being put out of busi ness there would be no provision for assessment blanks which should he In tho hands of iiHsesHnrs by New Year nor any provision, for other necessary work alteiided lo by the boa I'd, Workmen Make Grisly I'ltul. Sanla I'e, Aug. .'I. A skull and pail of a skeleton were tug up by woik men digging a trench In front of the Palace of the Governors. (Ill Lin'-dn avenue, workmen also discovered part of the former foundation of the pal ace for In am lent times the structure extruded clear across the street, bid the toireoii ami part of the west (lid had to give way when Lincoln street was opened t" the federal building. 20 for 10 cents Don't expect to find premiums or coupons In Camel Cigarettes. The fine quality of choice Turkish and domestic tobaccos blended in CAMELS pro hibits any other "inducements." You can't make Camel Grarettes bite your tongue, or parch your throat and they don't leave that cigaretly aftertaste. Rtmtmber, Camels art 20 lo JO cents, so stake a dime today. If your dtaUr can't Bapply you. ml 10c for ono packafo or SI. 00 for a carton of 10 pacha ft 200 cigarmttat), poMtago propaid. Aftmr smoA ing I packagt, if you don't find CAMELS a rtprotmntad, rotorn tht otkar ntno pachagm; and IM mill frond yomr monty. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Sakm, N.C. M'..VVM.. Senator Gallinger Introduced a res olution "deeply deprecating" tin' I'-u-ropran war arid expressing hope for Its speedy end. Banking commltlee finished it ex amination nf Paul M. Warburg, nom inated for Hie federal reserve hoard. Bill for special coins to rommemoi- MM Bridge (amp I .labll-diod. Santa Fe. Aug. 3. Slale Fngineer James A. Kiciull today ordered a camp established at the Bio Piiereo bridge alle on the Los Liinas-Ga Hup road, preparatorv I he building of the 310-foni bridge across the river. Stale Aid Santa I'e, Aug 23 ami 40 id Uor; i.lleil In the slab' ucalion for stab Is Asked, 3. Districts Noh. i counly, today np ib'pnrtnient of cd aid. last .Mile hy it-Yrar-Olil. Grand Italiids. Mich.. Aug. 3 . A I - ikA.inli nil th.. .a in tt.ii , . tl, . O I f I IT ! day'H grand circuit program here. '''' ur" xi""sit,on was were won in straight beats, mere i' were spirited contests, especially In! the 2:15 trot, In which the winner, Luclle Spier, was forced to step a mile in 2:07 1-2 to capture the. sec ond heat. This was close to the rec ord for a 3-yehr-old mare. Napoleon Direct in the 2:17 pace; Belwin, In the 2:18 trot,- and Frank Patch, In the 2:12 pace, were the other winners. III lll.ll HlSBI Tennis Mati'lies Arc- On. New York, Aug. 3. Notwithstand ing tho war In Kurope, the interna tional tennig matches for the Davis cup will he played aH scheduled, in ull probability, according to an nouncement today by Bobcrt D. Wrenn. chairman of thn Davis cup committee. The Australasians will meet the British Isles team at the end of this week In Boston and the winning nation will meet the Ameri cans next week at the West Side courts In this city. The finals are to be played August 13, 14 and 15. Will Xot rue WarHlilpn. Washington, :Auk. 3. ecretary Daniels today said that should It be necessary to aend ships to Kurope to bring away stranded Americans, the government probably would charter commercial ships. He said that he had nnt ir-nnslderiy thenlldea J'f ,'sine The president was authorized to in vite foreign ib legates to the Interna tional Dry I'liirning congress at Wh h ita, Kan. Adopted resolution approprlaling $250,000 for relief of Americans nhroa 1. Becessed at 6:18 p. m. to 11 a. in., Tuesday. iioisi:. Kmergeney legislation removing re strictions on issues of currency and American regisrry of ocean ships was taken up. Passed a bill removing restrictions on foreign ships seeking American rrglster. Passed resolution appropriating $250,000 for relief of Americans abroad. Passed the bills for temporary relief of locators of oil and gas lands tn f c llfornia, to regulate Interstate trans portation of Immature calves and to provide for patents for public lands claimed under homestead laws by deserted wives. How l ('urn a Sprain, A sprain may be cured In about one third the time required by the usual treatment by applying Chamberlain'" Liniment and observing the direction." ii.ui, , h I " '' -j i Drive Away Dull Evenings With a Player Piano WHAT AIIF YOU GOING TO IMI THIS i:I AIG ' One can't always go out II gels (Ircsmiie. Xot Hindi "news" In the papers. Talk with Ihn folks.' It's all Imtii said before, nii.iwny, so w lull's I lie use . How tin you spend your (veiling? 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