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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. MONDAY, AUGUST 2. 1915.
FOUR Dishing Up Some of the Old Baseball Dope LACKEY IS WILD P AMD AIDS 0, R.E. CE E DODGERS DROP fREARINMIND ROSENWALD'S mHmmmmmmmmmmmamKmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmam BRA OF GAMES N WINNINb GAM TO CIliAT Rods Fir Opponents If md Are Luck) rants and Cat Battertee Dougb MoKenery, Tow StlU.lllHIV TWl Wheat Kllllfcr Irlffith Doubli 1II I'm base hlt William to :u,-r to Mnllw BUM on hull ff DOUgU I f( M KriM iy 1, off ry .' Hits-off Jmuglas 6 in 7 n"; ff m kenen 1 111 7 2-J ln- . fr It. II I in 1 inning: off TOO' I In 11-3 innings Siring out Douglas 4, el McKowrj 6 Rtgjer iinij Mhti. i i.iiri K n . hi i I! llri.i.KiMi . . .000 :: immi ,i Cincinnati "20 4" mix I. T 1 Batteries Coombs unit McClft) 1 1 1 r . Ti.ncv. Benton and 1 tontmon Two-beai htto Dag i . n wheat Double pta Her log to Mollwlts Bases ..n ball -Off Coombs :i Hit tiff Toney 5 In 4 Innings, nff Benton in 6 liming Kit in k nut- Hy Coombs I. by Towey I. rmplrrilllglct nil Hurl II 1 1 m i.ui- l-l. 1 Th.. New York si i,oui Cerdlgelft header RON today. t ! fllSl M n.l NOD lii tin. firm game Marquard fmvot of innings till- l"H Htm Ton n-i HI. l.ouls, All Oliinis and Ihi t divided a double. Ht Uoult inking Yot k tilt OM urn! whirh wool loo was taken from Kchaue r. I'll nt gOmt Hi "I. Npw York . .nun ool Ml si i.i.iuh 2nd inn out) liiitiii Ihh .Muniuiird, Bchauer inn M i i r. Sullre ii n ft Siivdri . Sum inn rv Two base hit l.oim Butler Double piny Millor lo tt v nit: Meyer to Fb-lchet Buses hall off Marquard I: off Ballet rlite- off Marquard 7 In f Innh olf Hi nailer 7 In 4 I ) Inning Hlr oiil-llv Maiuuurd 3: liv Schnucr v t4JkaM I rt(S.' 1 6a Played Before Basest Crowd That Has Lamped Semi-pro Game in Albu querque This Season. ! Before trip biggest crowd that has ! witrii il a semi-pro game here this OOQPOW, the o. It. E. team defeated the White Snx of S;mta Ee yesterday i ufternoon at II. p. w. II field Tho I Ki urp wan .r to :!. About L'OO persons aaw Hip MM The Willi QOOl of l.ackey, twirling for the vlHltor. upon whom the S.m ta rMDO ilepeniied greatl. WOI part ly mponolhlo tor the loral vii'tory. Tin- i i K. nine began the game rippled because of the non-appear- iii' i i.r mohp ch.iviz, their rcculor roootvor, Hoitllno, pitcher, went be Plnd ibe li.it and Anderson, the Hap py pitcher, began toasing em over for the locals. I.aler when Ktumpl. Hup i-ati her, arrived Hartlln went to the mound and Sium)f caught. 3 MORE BODIES ARE RECOVERED EROM EASTLAND BALDRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY PAROID ROOFING with 15 year guarantee DUKE CITY Cleaners-Hatters 220 W.-t ;oll Plume lid napped th. in il b i da.) whon I ha fbii u team pugrlni In Boitotl. Proaldant Oafftity or the Bravoa and Broanahan "I the Cubo having I little Intlmali - li-it aeems to pn-snm a bit of baseball news. Are they cooking up some deal wh.-t. In m iii of the pb.v-i- on tin- ItniMs and Cubi will trad,- uniform? Is Hresna- han I I to trade Vd sai.-i for lohnn) Bvra? Perhap. Bui the offloi boy says, All wroncl BraanahM i lust trrlng to borrow i chaw off Oaxfney Santa I n AB. R. H. PO A t i Paraou, 5 0 o o 3 n j 1.1' key, p r. o i o l n H. M.i i el sh I I) o 7 1 ti I tlrlego, c 4 1 0 It 1 () 1 .i Ortia, of 4 l l l o o J. Iterardlnelli, lb. I 0 1 1 1 0 0 P. Iterardlnelli. 2b t 0 4 3 0 M Pa41Ua, If. ... 4 n i i a I C. Pudllla. rf. . . . 'i 0 I n n I j Total 37 3 5 27 9 0 . It. K. A It. It. H PO. A K I Tenorio, 2b. :i 1 1 2 4 I Murphy, rf 4 II 1 1 0 0 j Salacar, aa .'I 1 2 1 3 2 Hartllne. p 2 ft P i 0 0 I Monquara. lb 4 o 1 7 o o 8. ChavoH. If I 1 1 1 0 ft I Qonaalea, 3i 2 o o l o o i Coin, rf. . ., 4 1 2 0 ft ft Btumpf. c 2 l l in ti ft Total S7 5 9 24 7 I Score by Innings: Santa T . ...o ft ft o o o o 3 o :i O. u. K 2 ti n n 3 ft o ri summary : struck out By Hartllne 4 14 WORLD CHAMPS m THREATEN SPURT MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS CAPTAIN BURTNER IS HIGH MAN AT DUKE CITY CLUB'S SHOOT l lo m LEAflri W. I Philadelphia 51 I' Bfooklyn tl 4 I'HI.hIiiii gb 47 i in; by tatckey i r. o. rmpitp- -I.oeds. Time of came Southern Association. M in ili ih Ij Mobile 3. Naah Ilia 4: Atlanta I, Secretary Redfield Expects to Resume Investigation, Re gardless of Orders Issued! by Federal Judge Landis. tion of the capsizing of the steamer Waft land rested over Sunday, diver today recovered throe more bodies! from the wreck, making tin- total I known dead Ht. COTOaWT Peter M Hoffman tonight said that thera were probably comparatively few more bodies in the river, although the miss- ing list of the Western Electric com- j pany. whose employes arranged thp' excursion, aboard the EasMand, re mained at 142. Secretary of Commerce William C. Redfield and Solicitor A U Thurmun apent Sunday in a suburb, but prom led to proceed with the investigation of Iteamhoal inspectors tomorrow ac cording to legal requrramenta, despite the order of Federal Judge Landla, that witnesses desired by the federal government could not be heard before other investigators, and the adverse criticism that lias been voiced against Secretary ISedfield's inouirv. A federal grand jury, instructed bv , Judge Landis to dig Into every detail of the Eastland regardless of whom any finding mlghl affect, will resume its examination of witnesses tumor- row. THE WM. FARR COMPANY Wholesnlo and Retail Dealers in I Kl Ml l SM.T Ml I -Sausage o Spevlnlty For Caltle and Hogs tin- ItlKSeat Market PrtOCa Are lall. DRUMMER ALLEYS FOIt 8XBBCIU Try a OgOM of Ten Plna 20R West t.olil Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON for Picture Frames Fourth Kl. ami Copper Ave Want a high grade employe? Or the battOf crude iif MffVeatel Make i ' uf the want i-i-liiiiiiie uf the Journal in Sillee n Itvn.n Si - end Kll New Y ork Ht laiill llalterle and Pnyder Bammi i Double ptajf Bataai to ..if p. inn I'mplrea Raaog .i nd LIKE LAST, EAR'S Sett Yolk SI I.OIlls A. It rang, south of the highlands Hor .He the gcorea: m i en s t i .i perrl (ma iiiiii I ami Dm -11 m. Ho. ik Hi I II - nit 4, off liases 0 DogJ i In Honk out By Perrllt 4. i ii . Byron and Baaon I',, lis Hnaton i i 'hi' ago . 1 'tr-.lt . wuahingtoi 'W V.Uk i Ht 1 ."il Is . . i 'leveland ' Phlladelph Pet. ' UP' Hurlner . . 41 gait I M hi Peek !- I mke t b I ee guard :i!t Chicago 2. Plillmleloli Chb ago, Aug 1. Wbltted fum Ide of niiinerman' sinale hi th tenth limine gavt Chicago . I to i victory oyer Philadelphia Ipdal Af ter one man "as out, ZBn merman lined a hot singh to rental and Whit li d i an in t loae. He touched Hie bail and it bounded awgi from him I i hi it i i i i.i I lev MuNNiNa ioiiNl et.ii iiAeto wiaa Vi.i I. Aug I d lo -bills III and w.lit to the i bill house WIIHc Bimmerman circled lh imseii with the winning inn The game was a i aa p ib her i. .it i. i" i ween AJm limb i and Adatns, Hie t. roier allow Inu but foul bits, one 01 which was William' home I u n in Ibe fifth Cfg valh's Mnaatlonal catch on Williams (' ".. bn.-i in ib.- eighth Inning after turn join Ing a aonierannlt, Wai " feature twei Score il II B. n,n l'hlladelphi i i""1 "" I 040 tl I 1 1 !nrl New tea ma In I he AmOl I' an league last w i the National IcaKiie teams of tie began nnolbi i weti i o n 1 lloll ! net result of th been .1 1 1 1 1-' t ne llgl can lace lightened I age points dUrlng 111 Ing Sat ui day. With 1 final atamllng of ihi I in ib. National h I In flral plaee ga Ini I b be- Km ua i 'I Chicago Ptttaburgh I Newark St I. oil Is I It It l n I Itnt'falo Brown Me Mils .j,, posslbl,. lirty. '..-I Tin. Duk Citj Mgosiatlon win use '.'lithe range again August 16, firing at ranges m-, urged by 1 1 I 10 ll'-ll Mi hi I ill PLAl TODAY, National l'iigue. New .York at st. Loula. Phlladelohla al Chicago American l eague. ib manage menl I" be at the range on that (late. , Ktaociatlon, l , is making new range ! lie .Mi i.niut the Duke i 'it 1 itib's rlv i-ear the Sunt. i Harbar.i ALBUQUERQUE'S THIRST GREATER THAN ROSWELL'S . .i t mi mi he i Wall mar) Home Double pla) Alexa1 I,. Ntahoff iias. s Adams : so I by Alixunder 4 Urn oi kill Williams Yoik by Pittsburgh and Boaton In ib itn in rut t ' f" l 'in Won Weal iaalnai caal i di i al I cague. . in: .r in wan id serif a honors I burgh and Boaton ibe Walling ... . . ... i KAWS TAKE LEAD IN FEDERAL LEAGUE BY TROUNCING TERRAPINS Biitiii n w bib lumped into the lead In the Federal i ' nnmpions ui leajru race lodaj in defaatini Bal wen n tlmore ui both gaiui-s of a double- "en- - lei 1 jo tdar, nthtla Mewark wad Iroucing I aJ ,v ' Chicago. I ""' P "" kniNi- ll Ibllllllloli 1-3 First garni "r. n H R ' " " Baltimore . "in nee B90 1 4 L work of th,- t lid plB' ' I ' ! " - Chicago loal 11 nit The JACK TORRES MAY MEET SOLDIER BAR1FIELD NEXT taeeeiSI, roeeeeeoNOlNCt To mownins jounli Halt tu Ee, Aug. I.- During the past , fLs.al year, Albuqtieruue shipped in OVOI Ho Santa Eo lt I arload of beet tahlake) and wine, according to : ibe repot I of Ho- Santa Fp railroad to the corporation commission, while it 1 took only oara to quench the thtret ! of Boawell, Mbuqui run. rei elved I ,07 ours of 1 coal, ROaWell 422 cara; Albuqueequ col . oara ..1 lumber, Roawell, 156; flour .ml feed, AlhuiUeriile '.'14, Ros- weii ifii grain, ARmquerque 114, itos- well I4;l ecinent, brick and lime, Al 1 buquerque 140, Rogwall 4. fruits anil y gelables. Allinuuernue H47, Hos weli :i iin the other hand Alhn querque ihlpped out 791 curs In enr load lots in addition to 11, 811 ton of other freight, while Uoswell shipped I . i.e . , us and S.ltl ton. Boawell shipped sr.n II cars, of cattle 247 i i "in Albuquerque, which III us ,.f yhtvi and goats toswell shipped l7 AlbU shipped 4:. ears of wool. Bos of hides and pells Albuituel- ped '''7 car. Ill apples. d w bile querque II i: 1 1. ii d piai . w , Torn returned i sterda) null Torre next Joseph, Mo t..iboi bleak in from i plant of i In It! Co. has light , w eek or Newark 1-3 I b I'd twel Western Lcayue. , blent lies I p Mill. M , Auk. I. A serious one of the engines at the in, maala Alfalfa Milling md 1 1 1 the plant for one more. Saturday afternoon d.i ' it 2 o'clock a bolt in one ot the pre- i ftoldiel 1,-ns ..line "ill, and the corresponding nped into boh on the other Hide of the ahaft ..gainst , l.ioke The heavy piston waa thrown Salvatore - against Hie cylinder head with such t .lo. RB i luiie that the head was cracked en uund bout tlrtly across the plate. No one was ins. n.i injured s tin- bolta in the plata held Kit) II'1 t.ci As Hi.- iccldent occurred rtal urda) afternoon il Was Impossible to a Wire I" I b,- la. tori until Jinn morning, and it Is not thought Hie null will be ill operation un- Xt Week dav I bal I bell Ii I... lb I. P Id if B de v' anlt - ,ii i- Pacific Coast League. i . . .,- ' flrt gn erilou 4 ill Lake III. III. Id I I'll. I- HemardJ. Four w , oiild st t : hi ' i todi line mile and CAM ,d game bite Km to Hill en 1 ft fl son and Btgll epeaava between them ,(13 half gannea as ; r.n mar ago waa 4 I . ,.ni iniH-il its , othi r c Fr item 4.iNt grraaaal n.ir f- l Jourual. nr. Ilec miles, I . a in) five ll mile mark 2 . aeconda r.ls m . i i mi rea II Dlabn s Inn. The 14 Rokaeti Bantu Ee. Aug. I The home P toOlultd. ' bief clerk of th partment of education, was robbed on bisl Prlda) night. The family was playlttft bridge In one of the front rooms while the ililef opened a screen in a bedroom window and climbed iii He took an open purse and rall rttad ti. Ki t from Santa Ee to St. Jo seph, Mo . h longing to Mrs A plund'a sister. Mlaa Martha iiown of SI. Joseph, and then decamped. Jewell) ili.t was lying on the bureau Ileal de the puree, waa not touched. I Idf I ' s. e ittea j The field B las haJ N matter what i .-ii M you tint and lliui Ilea .l.'UIOaie aut ...u.... yo 111. it yi Big Cat lie ix-ol. s M . Aug 1 Shipley attle nmpany sold 17 i head of - i.si iv, , k to iioii Hollo way i M , at ,n average of ttft Tin- eaiiit' were delivered 1 1, i ib i n ram b northwest of fit re thed4UI he fad. Ship " Hold 27" cow With . ..... tl,,,., V M tetttng Gum The point um PEPPERMINT RED WRAPPER CinnamonI- BLUE WRAPPER,