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MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS IIIITIinilT PHUT n
SLANDS
minuui jniLLU
DIRECTUM SETS
NATION AL 1 I M.l I
liid.niciphi.i II
HIS UMPS BYRON
NADEQUACY DF RECEIVERS MKT
A NEW WORLD'S BRITISH AIRMEN BOI
AMI I'.K AN I I t.l I
lira Baseman
Engage in Fist
Game ot Bra'
FEDERAL I I .l l
ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 16. 1915.
RED SMITH N
ALFOUR ADMITS
ROCK
ENLIVEN THIS
RRQW MONEY
iwcen Umpire By roe and "Red Smith,
third hsteman of the Boston Braves,
marked the fin 'I name .if the year
between 'Tiuaao and Rosiun today. I
Chicago wmi. i to c. At the conclu-1
ion ni tin' game. Smith rushed up to!
I'm pi re Byron and Ue erhltsr walked
la meet him. They exchangi I words,
iti'l Byron dodged around several of I
those who had fathered about the!
two, and made lunge at Smith. Hei
apparently mad' i.. awinga at him I
i i waa malting his man when Bis
'..il James, the Boston pitc
i
his artna around the umpire and lifted!
linn t'i line side.
sniiih rama back with his anus I
mi inning w i hi i and Umpire Orth at-
pte, to atop him. Smith was n- :
furtated ami teemed about to hit Orthl
when his teammatei stepped Into tin
fray and escorted Smith to the club
houee. The umpire then walked to
hut ill eating room. Several hundred!
oi the t'Hits who witnessed the clash,
. hi ered Byron. I
The sann- wns ..N by Frank
Hchulte, who drove .i line drive oterl
(lie scroen in right field for the unit !
run of the game.
Douglasa allowed inn three Mattered
hits, .mil struck out ten of his oppo
nents. The isitns were unable tn!
gel a man SS far as third base,
Score: R. II. K. I
Huston 000 OHO 000 0 4 ii I
I'hieajjo 000 out' 10X 1 ."i il
Batteries: Tyler and Whaling,!
i rowdy; Douglass and Breanahan.
Summary: limn, run Schulte. I
Bates on balls Oft Douglass, t; off
Tyler, I, Struck out By Douglass,
10; by Tyler, 4. umpires Byron audi
irth.
Pittsburgh i: Philadelphia 0,
Pittsburgh, Sept. 15. Pittsburgh
shut out Philadelphia today, the acorel
being i to 0, Kantiehner kept the;
hits seatiered ami mm his own game
in tin1 eighth inning when he singled
after Qlbson hud tingled and gone to
tecond on Cravsth't error, A fast!
double play with the bases full In i li i
hall of th
nil
.pel
Hepped on t in .bag, doubling up i ruv
nth. Score: R, H, E
Philadelphia . .nan onti 0800 : I
Pitttburgh ....000 ooo oix 1 i 0
Batteries; Mayer and Burnt; Kan
tlehner and Qlbson.
Summary: Two -base hit Paakert.
Dnul lc play Johnston i unassisted ).
Basis on balls Oft Mayer, i. otf Kan
tlehner, ;'. Btiruck out By Mayer, 5.
SM0KEFEDS SHUT OUT
BY TERRAPINS. WHO
COLLECT THREE RUNS
in n. Johnston wat effective, while
Roggs was reached foi a tingle andj
a double m the flrei innlns, which,
with n pass and i man safe on a field.
er' choice, hum- the vltltort their1
three runs.
Score: t;.ili. E
Baltimore . . . 800 000 008 8 l
Pitttburgh . . . .ooo 000 000 0 3 0 i
Batteries Johnston and Kustell; !
Itrool.hu 2.
1 5, Brooklyn gut
it iuniiiK today on
throw ..f Mages't
mi Cooper't dou
IWo Y
Myer
nip. but through the n
innings, Watson held
moieless and S' Louis
The loc all tied the tcort
;ind In the sixth, Botti
cored the winning run
tingle.
S. ore-
Brooklyn . . . .loo ooo
Si. Loull ..... .010 101
Batteriet: Bluejacket
hum and Land. WattO
num.
naming eignt . 1 ul
Hi. vlsitortiCT"lcK
won 8 in 2. Botton
iii the fourth 1 Batt 1 1
de
Kansas City
wei grounds,
ewal 1
DRAFTING OF MINOR
LEAGUE PLAYERS IS
HELD AT CINCINNATI
tV MOBNINO JOURNAL BFI. I A I- lll.tO AL
Cincinnati Sept IB, The drafting
Of baseball players from til'' ranks of
Ihe minor leoguti Into thote of major j
league i luba took plan today when
th AHMUl Sliil.tellllll-r !l, Of t 111 -
National Baseball commission was
held here.
Iiir....ilv f., Hi. wine Ihe , 1 1 i W 1 1 1 f ul
ihe drafts the commlasion adjotirned I In 4 inninns. su n k ui
until tomorrow, at which time it wiii!. by Brenton, -1 b
take up u number of other matters, all j rues Chill and Conns!
of minor Importance, accoi
retary John R. Bruce, of i
sion.
The drafts made todaj
made public, although a C
transpired at the meetii
livered to Hie repretentat!
major league lub. This
names of the drafted me
puhlii was inaue.urali u la-
if Wi
the
mil,
according to Chairman Augutt Henr
mann, of the commlasion, was made
for the purpose of preventing anj ac
tivity on the part of the Federal league
in grabbing the players drafted from
tnS various i lubs.
JACK TORRES WiNS
OVER DICK WELLS IN !
FIFTEEN-ROUND FIGHT
1ST MOftNINa JOURNAL SPKDAL LIAtID WU.fl
Colorado Springs, Colo., Sept 15.
Jack TorrcM, of Albuquerque, N. M .
was awarder) the decialon over Dick
Wella of Clnetnaatl, tonight In their
fifteen-round fixht at the Bamona
Athletic ClUb, The men are welter
W'elghtH. In a nrevious fiiihi Torres
also won. Moth fought fiercely to- Pol
idg:hi throughout every round but! Bat
"either was ki ked down, Wells
misssd half his iwlngs, while Torres I
landed often to the jaw Bai
Jock Morrit of Suit Luke knocked Itende
otti Toung Ooldie of ManHou In thelN, W
tecond round of a scheduled len-jwheri
round bout. I the t
Si
NVivi
Kam
Broo
Buff aln ti u .4
Baltimore M 8
WHERE THEY I'l.W TODAT,
National League.
Philadelphia al 1 !tau il
American l.ialtoe.
Federal Mgae.
oklyn in St. Lou I
ark at Kansas
IV
uishine Red Hose; Caldwell
Allows i oo ivlany HI
. SPICIAL LIAgID WIRIJ
i .'i. Detroit gained
Huston, the league
New Vmi
defeating
to
1
won tlic
i third Inning, when II
three runs on !s Idwell
I .mil three glnglet. Hid
TIGERS CAIN A
FULL CAME UPON
LEACUE LEADERS
; for Detroit in the seventh, but Cpve-IJorret el al., vs. th
! letkle, his tuccessor, held New fork! way. However, ill
j in check, ii w at Net
ttraighl defeat.
eighth I
H. H. K
4 ' i
- 0 j
Iie and!
aaker.
Beau-1
Ml
Petri
1 New
Batti 1 1
Btanagc ;
tldwi ii and
Two-bM
I Iff I 'a IdW ell.
iveli tkie, .'. Hits
tker. liases,
df Boland, I
iff Boland, I
i seventh i ;
mi balli
8; off C
! 'is uei '
j I'neinni!
skill, Ori
hattewt, i
Lmentt,
hit Blai K
lolllnt. Don-1
irdner; Schalk
, Bcbtt to Bob-!
K i lolling
tel. Batei
Wogn r t
i.ii ImIIh I Iff I
and Hlldebranc
Icm land
Washington,
Washington io
nid l. il
tafetlet, inciua
I With several pi
; ' "
j' eeallU
IWashlngti
pi
I !
Ha
r.g
man. Bases on balls Off Harper, I
off Brenton, ; ofl Oallla. I. lilts -Of!
latper. , III 0 I II tl I M'-ts . 'HI '..una.
By I I.ii p.
YOUNG AD WOLGAST IS
WORKING OUT AT SALOON
Ad Wolgstt, hoping to stir up
Kivin:
galoo
Southern Association.
Nashville, 3: Atlanta, 4
Memphis, a . New i u Ii
Chattanooga, 3-8; Mol
Little Hock, 0: HiiinU
American Association.
Clevelad, 6-2: Kansas
Indianapolis, 1-:. Mil'
C ilumbut, 1 0-L' ; .Mum
l.ouist die, 0-1 : St. I'm
Pacific Coast League.
ltd. I , Vernon, 4.
ranruico, . Oakland,
Smitil Fe Personals.
Fe. Sent 18, The
ifal school i ow
raw .
Iddle
in of
IP
leorgt chaney, of Halt
n ten-round, no-declt
i tonight. Boi ii men gav
xh I bit log of pugllltt
ii appeared to many
did
FAMOUS MESQUITE
CROSSING CASE IS
DISMISSED BY S. C. C.
the ,a(-iai dispatch to mohninu jouanali
j Bants Ke. Sept. 15. The itate cor-1
thelporution commission today dlamlstod
ted I the famoui Mesqutte c rooting esse
set j from Dons Ana county, brought by
led A. P Williams, I H.ii i. in. A. J,
. T ,v S K rail
respondent It or-
dered to bring the present croatins
up to u grade suri'ii lent to maki II fl
good and passable eroasing on both
sides of its track within the esterloi
boundaries of its right-of-way.
A petition was sinned l,y fifty msi
dentt of Dons Aim county asking that
the railway company he compelled to
linn groundt al Metiiuite. A publli
hearing on the petition wat held al
tan crucet on June During the
twelve montha preceding Ihe hearing
it. ntrucKijjo ,;,ts 1. 1 iiililta. forty-teve4i
I Slates
freight, tixty-eighi
states reclamation
PRINCETON FOOTBALL
STAR FIGHTING WITH
THE ALLIES IN FRANCE
w. Hue, once
rsjty foothn
0w
,;r
ner of the
rant, county,
lUlitiriL!
in a !'
Scotch regiment, He has in en in seme
of the luu engaJtementa foughl on the
continent. Durtlclnatina in the hntiie
of i uve i 'hnpelli
from I 'riiieel on wil I
Poe gri
liiuh I.. H
I inle, Slates rinv in Ih
at Later he tought tie
Bngland al the beginning of
ami enlisted in the Bi It li ii ai
WILL COMPLETE LIST
OF MEN FOR MILITIA
COMPANY THIS WEEK
n i I .... l TO MORNINO JI1UHNA1
'll'. ti, M., Sept. 15 Tl
roster or sixu naniea '
!
i h
new militia company here is ej
: peeled to be secured thlg wi ek. I 'i
reorganisation ol Company D, tit
Mevien 11,, ( ii i no I euald mustered OI
lant spring, is the resull
f ai l'l" work
tins butlnstt I
ihe
if I-
I is planned
PS( k military
t and social
itutes will be one
iphselled in order t
of
the thlngt
nuilats Hi
W. M. sherry, first lleutena
Mason J, Kelly, gSOOttd lieuttm
HOPE PEOPLE WANT TO
VOTE ON PROHIBITION
Hops, N. M., Sept. li. petitions
now are helm circulated among Hie
cltlxent ui Untie asking thai Ihe m
Council call an election on the li(iiori Santa r e, .sept, i ,, - i ne posioiuce
question at anon as possible under the I at Bacavllla, Valencia county, has been
law. The petltloni are Ihe direct re-1 discontinued and mail addressed to n
suit of the viait of Bsv, J. i. Seder, I will be sent to Helen, while the tup
the anti-saloon lecturer, to this townlpllet will be shipped lo fonts Fie.
ist Sunday. Mr Seder spoke to a
Hi
It Is a little dniihtful how till
upertn-1 tlon will i;o a at present lb,
Alvan i seem to he sboui eveni) divided,
cinvis, hs one saloon In nope, owned by
decs inlSh'dton who nun, here Dim
Tin n
Dad
Balfi
the war
i euuire
suid. the
loo Ilj
i org in
organ I mi
menu ol ai
defenses
would have
laed, inn in
llntK'll ill.ll till'
if dealing
I'l'SpOII
could l
di fen
given the pub
is uf l.oiid.ui
agatnai air 1
I most careful
j I it uu til Of
to take ehari
of Ihrm.
it (ortrem, vvhereai
,i fortified city, N
t han the 1 li mans, t
i of i ivllited wai
nid be Immune 1 1 o
vhleh she had bi en
oonfldentlj hopi d t
he admiralty would
id m .i great
(PtriAL tlttATtM TO MOWNINJ JOURNAL!
Silver City, N, M., Seta 1 5 W
I the sei mid week Of I he fall term o
MURDER TRIALS
HOLD ATTENTION
DF GRANT COURT
pped atidlttrlci nourl under way, the trial
!bm of the two moHi Important cttet on
The i ate of the State
Johnson. Indicted for i he
den or ,ioi, Bayre, a rat
June, began todaj with 'i
iiik of the Jury, Johnson, i
s Harry
dieted tn
i u. i rrei tie t
commigtion
lie cste prom
udge il il 'r
by Ihe famll
sisi Assistsnl
ttoyall in tl
ul, VV. H i
i Mini'
utlon,
d Malt
aes 1
while r
j SI lit I
Th
il her,
1
,
foi Friday, Heptemhei 17, thai f
the stale is. Come 1 1 ti pedroso, inaicted
ifor the aliened minder of Bsublu Sa
lot, ,i fellow workman, at Ihe Santa
Rita mining camp las) May.
I'rnaaineni OffUvrt Scored.
The grhnd Jury, after being In ten
sion fhe days, has concluded its In
dims ami tubtnltted us final report,
ii . v, mined into a large number of
hills
d
ve in, lulls 'I'lie lnid ui Hi
report i ensures some precinct uffi
i vers for their apparent laxity in en
forcing i in1 gnll-gembllng law ami Hie
law prohibiting taioong from selling
j liquor on Sunda) .
Th grand lury examli all the
county offiees and found Hum t" In-
The present term of cOUrl It being
presided over by Judge Bdward L
.Midler. Ol the Thud judli It I dlstrb I.
siitiiiit in place of Judge Colin Neb
lett, who is holding uouri fur Judge
Mi iii ai Has Cpuces. Thij vltltlng
Jurltt is popular With courl attache!
,HI( II ligS nl. god hOpe. in leal Up
both the en ii ami criminal dockets
durini; tin present term, wldeh is ex
peeled to I
five weeks
HARLAN AND SON GET
ANOTHER BIG CONTRACT
ther t.'io,noo con t reel for a group
ixteen concrete apartment houset
Son oi t his i n '. ami Albququerque. Tin -
firm recently completed a like group
uf houscH fur the cmu.inv w hii h bow
are occupied bv employeg al the caniu
Postoffloc Clianget Madt
I bailee E IWundtley lias been ap-
muled pottmtttSI al Hildiinl, I OlfUX
county; Anna U. .Martin al HavuM,
(rant county, where the postoffice
site has been shifle) 150 voids to tin
tout h watt; Blanche R Knight, now
poltmlktrese tl Bincon, Dona Ana
county, and Bomuldo Qonham has
tieen appointed postinatei al Krden,lt
i ligation
t and
n . haw
., towns i
,, . fill
CADET OFFICERS AT
STATE COLLEGE ARE
GIVEN COMMISSIONS
HIIPMMlJINl I
, resu,
I l Mill. ' 1
the year.
Joseph Que
; ' 'ompany " a '
J cadi t major.
j 'ompany A
'i mile, cuptiilr
last ear's l.ll
I ll-isufM "'I , I At 1 1 li'"l".l
and rtoberl Thuxton received the beat
(trades. 1'haries Cormany, Shnlerl
i Ladd and i Ihetter t larretl ret elved
the betl gr alien for the posts uf tec-I
j und lieutenants, the Insi 1 1 u gervlng
as tecond lleutenanti and tin last !
named oi tergeonl major,
j . I n ni del In l ike the exauiiu.it em J
for commission! in the cadel initial
linn tiie applicants had either iii he a
I sergeant in one uf ihe companies lutl
year or lo be i la tsifred as g lunlor.
i i Ivi wot k in i he military dt pttl i I
msiil alreadj lias begun and the new-
ij appointed offlt i rt are drilling th
new nun In the fgclngS, inaiehiius
a. nde, the ,
enanl Hi in n last year,
h f,,, ii,, i ih, d,
'" '', n ps i i
n inn mi a s . 1 1 1 1 1 mill
h
In
iai batla, tin ttudentt no are lool
nig fin ward lo a htiiiiI yetf in mil
tary trainiim. All i udett will be n
Ulliretl In wear the (Chnnl uiilfel in I',
tin five tchooldayt of the week
uini ii pi o rnn niviiriir
WUULU O I Ur in I IVI L 111 I
OF STATE LAND FUNDS
ON RAILROAD BONDS
HVPATial
, Si pi
s Iturkhiti't 1 1,' a
I Ststei agalntl
in the I H i
allr
MANY CASES ARE SET
BY SUPREME COURT
LJ
'P
I lie eases of
J, ii Bchwentker, appellant, vi J, A.
Hubbt, et al. appelleea, and M. T. Mo
tn il i , appellant, is Jullut Meyer, el
al, appellees, both from Bernalillo
county, ate get foi hearing tomorrow
in the iiupren urt. Todaj the eases
of John Stallek, appellee, vs. rte tiai
lup Blectrle i.iuiu company, appellant,
f I mil .Mi K in lev i mini , and tin Con
tolldated Lluuor eomoany. a iiuu
and
pelh
hamberlNln't 'oigh lictnctl.t
snpi i ioit to it y Hher,
'I can say for Chamosrisln't Col
tnedi thai u is far tuosrlor tn ,
1 ueu for conn ns and cuida by our oh
Idren and tlwayt effects a tiulck euri
IChamberlaln't n. Remedy h
In en j
e for man
led and i
tieig liborfci
; t
n I'd and approved in a
most Bysr
b very w hen j ,
Lt 'ST Bog mil doi :i htl u In- J
Ft ,,; l! BNT I ronl room anil uleep , ,
h. 1 1
ANTIeli i In I for ti me his, I
Style or Sign Post?
MEN in this town are pretty
sure of themselves on matters
of style.
No one knows better than they
that real style is quiet, subtle, sure
Of itself. You don't see many of
thorn wearing the sign post sort of apparel
that loudly proclaims Itself the style.
The Stetson Hat has always been the
hat of the critical and that is reason enough
for our featuring it.
The Fall Stetsons are here. We invite
your early inspection.
M. MANDELL
lid Wen entral, THE I IVE CLOTH1EI
i xi -mr m. l iim.1 u-i'A ssgggggi
t.rnei it IttUnl ulotn
AlbUQueniuti N ht,
III l I llsl I Kl its
in i l l ;i, IUXT
ISicaon, Ail.
Orndtinte iNnrte'a attention
Kales Sail. no ti, sum no per Month
DUKE CITY
Cleaners-Hatters
221) Wi-ht (odd
Pbone Mi
THE WM. FARR COMPANY
, , . ,, ,
VMuiWaU end If- toll Deslerg In
, pRESH AND HALT Mi:.TH
. STT -
HI(ii H" i',, T
For Tnllle iiml ll.., tile lllgg.t
Mmkit Prlcet Aret raid.
I ill IUI D C D Glass-Paint
LUIVIDLn Cement-Plaster
Albuquerque Lumber Company
tat Mit i ii
CREDIT
HERE AT YOUR DISP0SAE
No matter wlisi tour furniture ihhhIh mat in . nor lion much or lit
tle ton wltdl to -n nil. fills STORM afford VLI I s ami s
IM.S nf the uio-l out iitelnu I'liaiaelei III Ml MMK1L al-o. thill
Is ton hot hem are the kind thsi Five t wiim. siisi a-
'lll IN. reflect tg (,(HI TASTI III tlCNiglt nod po-scs-ti tv. nil till
mini- oi careful, curotvicntlou wurkmaiiehlp, b) -killed grtlHsim,
oml lo -ii.nvih, u your i uiiliiH'in i VI, I. GOODS UM Mtllkt n
IN l'l UN I II. I III s. NI) Mil l-W Nil MOIIK lor Ijmlll uennie
NEW FALL STOCK ARRIVING
SPECIAL VALUES IN STOVES AND BEDDING
OLD FURNITURE TAKEN FOR NEW
S0LL1E PETERS
Phone 422
te4eee4eseeeee4'eee44
th hifne.it honor tm Impoffd OH Oil
BALDR1DGE
LUMBER COMPANY
PAROID ROOFING with 15
year ouarantee
DRUMMER ALLEYS
FOB BXBRCIII
Tr a linnin oi Ton IMna
an;. W ist Gold
Leading I'rtvatn Ddueatlonal lnntl
tutlnn of Southwest,
ST. VINCENT ACAD KMT,
Ai buu. gaFQ He, N M.
Boarding and Day School for
Otrlt nnil ToUBg lidles
Speelul attention niven to Klo-
cutlon, China painting. Vocal Cul
ture, MiimIc, Drawing, DomeHtlo
Boisnot .
t'nfr8et: Prlmury. (Iraiutnar und
Academie,
School opena Tiiesday. Sept. 7,
till,
Wot eatalog a
ply to Supsrlor.
thin ap-
1 Hudson for Signs f
Wall Paper
HUDSON for Picture
Frames
Fmirili St. anil Copper Are
must si m:in
Tubai l a .
No t IIOIT
FURNITURE
company!
223 South Second
Wfti , Ui.nl dHM,S.i rtl II l'l Kilt ) Si O Kl IKISIt ml

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