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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY. AUGUST 31. 1915.
FOUR MTHITTEO'S FREAK HOMER IN TENTH GIVES PHILS Will Herzog Popular With His Men TURKEY NEEDS A CO OPERATION IS Tl ROOSEVELT C& Louis I omt .aSa-ai I'lc i.ii' Philadelphia. Auk IV A freak , home tun drive by Whittcd with one man MH in the tenth inning Save 1'hMxrl. Iphlu a vitory OfSt Si Mall lag) . 4 Ml ' hitted dries struck the bleu.htr wall, bounded against Hmhrr oho-,1 .mil atoiued into ihr tan, I Si I .mi is acred two rwM W Id. Mi ni inning by hitting AlPXi.iuhi I delivery haul The latter was taken out In ihr seven for a lrt li hitter. He. ker. ami durum this session Phial delphiu siagcd I rolls un.l took HM load Muniigcr Hoggins pmleaUNj M vigorously when liamroft interfered with hirrr n an attempt for play that ihe lurrri-! waa sen field by I in pli Kuaon Mayer took Alesander'a plu eighth lliniliK arid -tl- Meadows will" two wn ou ninlli, ft ore ki i..iiim a": nil" urn n Phil immi Ml M i Ball in Meadowri Pi n niiit i I lull.-, I lhe Hrivdn. Alexander. MiiM-i iinil KJiU fi'i Hun.mury Two Mh bus -laMg i .' i Hyatt. Iliiin rft, ROHM ' mi , WhllHd Doubig I l.i v l.iil'-Ju In Bancroft Bum on balls Off Hoed ows. 2. nff Alexander. I. off M . t. Wis Off Meadows, II In l-l in nines, "ff Pcrduv I m - iihiiuk. off Ablniiipr, ' In '. iniiiiitca. nff Mayer, 3 In .1 Innings Him k mil- IU M'-ail by Alexander, 1. Iiy Mnver, 1. ows. I 1111 I'lttahuri ed ruin. BUFFEDS WIN FROM BROOKLYN IN FINAL CONTEST OF SERIES .- - .... .lOU"NL trlLllI ttIIH SltSSl tiuffnio Auk io dene Krapp heated Joe rinm rim in a pitchers' bat tle tlila afternoon, tihmii the I nff it l Kfdi-i.il ii . I.. I ,' l'-r nyci Hii.nl lyn in the final game or t It terles. Kr., pp w.ih rtT wilil. issuing mil' passe, l.ui effective in tit pi itches, bold I II K III'- Tlpl pe in ' heck A In. inr run by Hcnnle Kuuff gayc the visiters then km talrj rSIal Chase played i peacnlusni pari in ths Huffale victory, getting three lull nmi iii-lpiiiK get lluffaloa two rung. Score It II. H, llinukb n mm M iilO l S lluffalo 01 1 "On Mar I Batteries! Plwnersji Ui4 Iduid; Krapp i"'i Minn I'Ulhlniruli. 7: IiIciikh. I. )'n "burgh, Aujf. 0. In a Imrd lilt -linn K.niir- I'tttKMnttii tefaattd ' In- NEW POLICY FOR HER DEVELOPMENT Exploitation of Resources for Benefit of Present Genera tion Must Cease, Declares Great Banker. . ' !.. Liu . i Prr nrrnpnodrnrr I f '.nntantlnople. Auk. 10. A banker jnf i onnidrralile prominr-nce in t un ' Miintiiiiiplc h.ia given the Aaaociaiad iPrtM rprf apowMrt nonip idea of !hal nk i,i in . orniilished m Tdrttaj In -vin of ihr- war having a favor ablt out, nmi for lh- Turk'. AUhmigh (the hanker stipulated that his nairo (should not M u.-t-d i.t Ihin time, his IpoaltMH and know h-dri- of the conn llf) ara such thai hia stalenn-nis, evan appearlnii aiKuiymoitriiy, may la , mi- Hid-ied an of tiniisii.il iinpoMC&CC I HsriiHsliig the ewntials that would I make T'u k y a slroru, and self-ron- lamed political unit after the whi. M Bald at iln outset that what Tiiik- ' ,-. today most was an ci onomlC policy that w mid leave somcthini fot I I orning generations In OtltOf words, I aiplOltatlOB would have to teaae. "The undeveloped IH soiin es of the flttonian empire are riot tnotis," he always adhere to su. h a policy theni iUes. know its value better than do the Turka, whose position art governor haa really never made th absence of a sound m DMMaC PMCf felt to them " No lllffli-ulM iii I niam-iiii: "How will tin- aU lition of UM ( ipit ulations el'fe. t the getting of money f..r Turkey in the future?" was asked "That depends upon what mi asm. -rMl taken b) t h. Turkish government to protect Ihe foreign investor," re plied the banker Turkey would hit ting all the rnone: ed it can I stahlis thai the ottoman .nsuri- equity to that cannot lie est key will find no mm after this a i w h- n lo rnak first call upon lb SOUGHT BY HEAOS OE ROSS EMPIRE: on Th.- pn ni hi r i . . ' i.-nt ami d' pkm nan Atoot to tnlaige Cabinet "mktmimib whi by Ten Members, Five "of imm u4 the Them to Be Named by Dumai11".,. f w "",em Five by Counc " luce when he w as pec I said, "J. M. (.'ampin II. a j no difficulty get rjM n.-. -.Is. iro Id beyoauj all doui.t .s and ourts will II i -inc-rneil. If 1 tiohed. than. Tin - ; . UCVNIM JOURNAL I Hindoo. ug, :tl hell is ihf st call upon the funds of In- v.-stors. 1 cannot ray that people with money to inwst have had much PtMHM to bV confidence in t'tiu man law and Jurispr inh nce In the past. But that might ta- overcome if the Turkish government could be persuade,) to stnblish somp superior um- hand and Turkish indiyiduals Ihe government on the other." duetrlea eeta.bllalied by foreign. -is r lln- i apitulalions had been no dB to Turkey, said this man, g in proof thereof. Ho- abuse- of is of! ben. truly otd- i Taft le Daily Telegraph Petro- Mr camilbell'i w i of tin . ipondeBt. a pariiamew Membled," th, GERMAN SPIES PLAY MANY SUBTLE TRICKS crate The p Would transit no ii, many ii i prt fan ed an Immediate on i" n pal 11. i ini-iitarv 1 1 . and marketing) facilities provided Turkey could supply all of Europe with fruit, and ship fully one-hall el iin- meat n ,w imported oy European countries from South and North America. Australia ami New Borland, The Inlelligeni eakHiystlon of cotton would place Turkey next to the l int ed Hlatt-s as a produce, of the staple The olive oil industry could be In-i-reuKed a thousand times. More wool riuhts gr.ititt'd under th- capituletion had In this case stifled foreign com petition, ami had liven ttar a mo nopol) whose sol,, aim, il was alleged, sh, lOUid be X ind Byi la at raising of , ni nt- Ev lie shipped ,1 led n .us of Anatolia Milted for Ihe ii cat iiiedi- in 1 1 'air value could Meditei ranean Operative, Turkey will have to con v in. - ihe Wofld, RlOrp so tile foreign investor, that th-- abolition of the tpei i ll privileges will In no wise en dancer their Intei-Mtto Thai h.iu. lltlll iiiinislers and the duma i 1 tie- i-alitri,-t as ministci-s utfolios." the ministers Were opposed I, hut How they hay,- modi- viewa ami at a conference between the duma leaden rlvoshetn, mlnlgter of agri- I as .ho has been menl a possible sue i-ssor to M. Qoremy kin as premier) and Prince Cherba toss, mlnlatei1 of the Interior, a ten ( AHHiirlalrd Press ,irrrs,t,,b. ''op- I Iaindon, Aug. JO. German -Ivety, i the Western front are both r luma fl11 "n(l ,,Hri"K- especially .mi oia-upiru u nit' i.iiiiMi. "Og one occasion," say s i ivern-1 officer, "ihrc Herman office! found; 'ight ihroiigi, our lines in a . f, I car. Two 'f thegn eere dlagi j Krem h officers who were si u,,,l''ri to i- bringing back tin- thli hei prisoner: he. of course, bpins in in uniform. "They ;-.re up to all sorts ,.f and pre haivs to be wide awak time to spot them, a plough whit,- or gray horse has so located the position of a ba artillery to an eneniv aeroplai movemeata of a flflca of sh,-,-p by a spy disguised as a pew sometimes given similar infori i ii is i iii i k i mi:, ii. ii, -I iog is unpopular w iti, hit plaj ers, and lli.it. as in. num. r, t hoy i have rUUMd bun as a '"crab." This! nil, gallon ih not I orn, I by Ills conduct in sow fork during the re Cent Reda-Qlotlta series In one of j tin- bbttleg when Rodger heal his' chief in go in; sfter ihe hall hit by ! Flelchci. "Utick" , hiiied his substl- ly si. in ni . I I'll III Is til I'll- alls In sin," stari Hells boh.' Mlb'.d ho I, i. aid league hU -io msl goo amp. Hiiurt Nei Policy I- Needed, It, fore any of these things CO I made possible, however, Mid the Young Turks had already ai r, vol R1 ! SUch a OOnOlUalOB, but little had been Ideas i Ven b) them, he asserted. nut we must he patient, it is and hardly two yean now since the Turk! red-1 themselves, bgvs taken to work i p The I to thai lime the Turks held the tl -dinglroneoui notion thai work yvas noi par and tlcularty ,-nnohiint. thai work, alter the j all, was for i, them- Kurds, (Irecks, ippyland Armenlaaa. Wits the Turks hole I holding th,- reins of government, this grief nce itmei, capitulation, were can. RUSSIAN MERCHANTS celled. Ihe lurkish go wi-nni'-iil has' handled the situation splendidly, and LOSE COIN SUPPLIES Will continue to do so, I believe" r proinin Turkish coinmission ol economic experts, and nam conductors were drained whose duty it would be l,, insiriiii j p, ,.,H this morning by tile general1 lather than udwse. He, too, w is of j presentation of paper moAej of large tin- iipinion that nnfainiliarity yvlth ! denominations -Naturally when ill,-; for many of the eioiiomie mistakes j si,,,!,, and private banks are said to made in Hie past. N'oi hlng , ould 1)0 1 be well slocked with coin and are done, however, so long as the Turks j paying it out in unlimited amounts, were averse to trusting foreigners, for officials ekpretsed the belief that the which attitude the,,- h.-,d bean tome ar.ton ,,f lhe publfc was due to Me justification In the pasl. dissemination of false reports, possi bly e- skeins of line at the emintries ii War with RUSsi i . A t.ihtwciht. Ucci) fointcd 2 for 2S Cms Oatt. jeoheds fjOfei las. Arrow BMitt Y.iu What mn ofrgortSBitisi (lsllr If to tint raftfl Journal wanr ada DRUMMER ALLEYS FOIl KAKIU'ISK Try a Oamc of Ten Plus 2(15 West tiold ; STRONG WESTERNER TO BE ELIMINATED EARLY IN GOLF TOURNAMENT GRAND CIRCUIT RACES WILL START TODAY AT EMPIRE CITY TRACK eugo today by a ther Brown nor heck Ho- batting ih, mors fortunate hlls Score 'hlcsgo .... Hm Pittsburgh 108 Uatterba DroWr gei and Kerry Newsrl, 11,1,1, pone, I wet ;l, minis scire of . to 4 Nel Itaifui WW able to ig The I M ala were ,le In the placing ol II H R petroit. Ai .strongest west national amai I w ill be ellniln ,,f map ti play .... jChai leS tt an I pose I i I ! intenderi foi the oir , hamplonahjp Southern Association. ii. Chattanooga itb-lllis Little ighnm o; NhsIivii I Of I lie sime, ,i in., bins l.i lie play I Jerome Trai 1 1 will irti el 1 j Purely MUftllfp S l-'i Bni 1 ' I tlonal eh., mpien, has fm his v, ii Qsrdnt i ii. or Hun 'did not play impi es.dve go llf Tracers and RvtnM ihOUli I morrow ami Wednci da s i h I obliged i" play until tin- tin i..i the hampionahlfi gaiiirdi ti tomorrow e Axworthy, i pulse nf b,0OO. The race prom ses lo be ill Ihe natiiie of g renewal I ihe llO.dOO Merchant) and Man il n mi, is stakes at lieinut a nionlh , uit opening will be ihe aiu-inpi of Directum, I ;5I, lo lo" ,-i the w ,,i Id s record toi pacers now held by b,lm. Th,- truck promises to be fust. IENNIS TOURNAMENT MAY START TODAY AT FOREST HILL COURTS Western League. Lincoln .1-4; Omaha 1-6. MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS JACK TORRES' FAME REACHES ST. LOUIS: OFFERED FIGHT THERE N Tli tl I I .l I W. L lloato,, . PhP igo . New- Vol I HI Louis Plttahurgl ("in Innall l'ct a, , . :. 't; .4VH 1 . .. I I AMI lilt N I I VI. I lei w , with I bet wrot, i mi l asked in mak III the aft) mi I Ilia fight will Jug ph. )ln . i a1 oi da iiin,iii ' I Iltof o' the i' does nut stale he I, mi: nil Kelly . it Is Ol I be W ell lit he i, i :is poundi ai .i .. on of the fight National atari tlx last t birty six nmlttee ol the Ition hopes to f tin- national ai in o'clock HI 1 'Il spemmn ot tne playing tun. t ne Irondstnnd rourts had been covered en a majority were unprotected and villi elghiy-tour matches on the pro DUNDEE WINS A PAPER DECISION OVER MITCHEU. I I HI It M II Xl.t I Newark 4 11 ,111 HI Louis . . .fit; .'nS .',41 'hicaufn r, ," -it. Kansas City .. , .11 bH 111 JtlimklM, '" ll lillffslo .'.s t, , His Ualtliiiore 4l 'H .339 win iti mi x pi x PODAl Valioiuil league St UOUia ni I'luiud" Iphia. i hieag,, mi Sen Tw k, Pittsburgh ,ii Brook 'He Uiliuti ai lb stop PACKEY HOMMEY HAS BETTER OF WOLGAST laaVteM I i ague , t. York st Washington rieveland al Si. Louis. , hi, ngo at Pit roll mey Aa other two Is Ing round lion- . the former chat wing Hommt - gasl 1 3ft 3-4. Joe t, , do . rented Phil Bloo itg-raund bom. 131: Bloom lift. i isii rai i rsuroe American Association. Milwaukee. His ug. in Johnnie Dundee, Kan fork lightweight, after flopi Ins liltchle Mltehell, Milwaukee. in ih, first round and again in lhe " i "I'd was for, ed to extend himself p. the limit foi th, i,..i six rounds TOO I n to i I jkSMFV. Poll BAi-hV Two un.i one-half-year- 0 1 d Jersey bull. Plume UIHTW. I i 1ST Otel k niitaimng pass foi i V Wa rieke ItelUrn to 1 1 ! Weal thought. Whatever was don,- had the i meeting of Immediate needs as its ob- Jecttve, BaploltatioB of a moal ruth-1 'less nature ensued. I'mlcr this sys- j Item i in- iplendid forests of Turkey wen- destroyed; tht peasant was taxedj I to death and givefl no opportunity to; iiountry. with lhe result Ihat Turkey today bus no Industries, and is obliged ,-yen lo ship Its olive oil to Italy (Of refinement, Tin- absence of all econ omic understanding on the part of those in power under the old regime was appalling. Those wishing lo s tabltah themselves In some Industry ior business in Turkey were usually (asked to pay for Ihe privilege In the rforni of a bribe In some otficial. t ondjtttoni Mresnly Impeoved. Already COftdlttOnl have Improved. hut there is much room for better ment yet H'H I am not one of tlmsi yvho maintain, matroHytbtly, i think. I that the l ink la constitutionally averas to progrem He simply does I not, as a rule, understand that w hat may benefit others, will benefit him. 'l he Turk in suspi, ions of all strang ers, he is also COVStOUl enough to envy the foreigner whose skill and en It, rp rise lead to success H. does not understand that a similar qualifica tion and exertion on his own part would produce a like result. "Such a oonditlon 1 on,- result. Hie slagnatl all pints nf the utoma lis Ion lias llol l lo ,1 I have many Turkish friends who ,-n-I Joy material wellbelng along yvlth their rellalon. and 1 am Quite aura Unit the Anatolian peasant is capable of relishing both caviare and vaude Vllte, if he could but scute them" Turkey nee,ie,i g rapid extension ol its railroad system, said the banker. Il neede.i mure roads, though para doxical as II might seem, Turkey had. never h.l.l so main good roads us had been built lO.riug the W.i I' Then, the peaaani would havi to b trained and i j relieved from much of the petty In- I terfereni'e he is still sulije. t lo Com ' inei. e ougnl to be given the opportU nlty of ,ii veloping under tin ImpetUI of unreal 1'lctad oompetltlon. ktanit - taeture should be placed beyond the reach i.T go1, ei nmental Interference, with lhe OPtlol left enttreli to the between the hi me and foreign tn factui ei Opinions Differ as to I 'm or, Among other Informante, the reapondeni fi ud some win, held Tiirkej w is Incapiable of formuli a sound economic polio the opinion Hint Improve! cernlhle and thai more could be I ed for ' No Turkish government him gone to the trouble of training have but tie finds in Hi Ihat. 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