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ifiMOip()HP MORNINn JOURNAL FRiOAY, APRIL 21, 1916. SAIEft'S TIMELY siiieiE in iith CE1S THE BACON Cub First-sacker There With the.' Pinch Wallop; - Phils Nose Out Giants; Braves Swamp Dodgers, Chicago, April 20. A slashing p!nKle l.y Vic tor Hnlr sent over the run today that gave Chicago It epen Itur same on the new North Hide ground, in an eleven-Inning 1nttl with Cincinnati, 7 to 6. Score: ri.VCINXATI. AH. K. H. O. A. H. KliHfcr, cf 1 1 0 Herxog. m 5 ' ' 2 ft Chase, lb 6 0 I Griffith, rf 6 (iron, Jib 4 lleall. If. louden, 2b, . lrke, r, . , . Schneider, p. Toney, p. ... MrKendry, P- mhiilut. p. Mollwlte, xx t Total . . . . . xOno out h( xx Hatted for ciucAoo. Alarm, If. . . . . . McCarthy. 2b. . Flack, rf V. William, i f. Zimmerman, 8b Huli.r, lb Mulligan, . . . Doubt n, it. .... yicher, c. . . . . . Yrke, 2b 8c hulte, If. , . . . Hondrix, p. , . . Seaton, p lavender, (i. . .. Packard, p. . . . Zwlllin. ..,.. Archer, it ...44 1531 12 1 n wlnnine; tun scored. Toney In ninth. AH. ft. H, o. A. K. ...3 0 0 0 0 0 .. 1 .. 4 . . 4 .. S .. 6 .. ... 2 .. t .. 1 .. 1 .. 2 . 0 . . 0 .. I .. 1 .. 1 4 i 0 ft 0 0 tl 3 12 0 2 1 0 4 : 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 o n 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 Total. .... 3D 7 15 28 16 3 r.HutUd for Neman In neventh. .tlbitted for Lavender In cljjhth. Score: It. Cincinnati 2u0 021 010 On Chicago .. , 200 100 021 017 Summary: Two-b,. hit Griffith, Groh, 1oixtf n. Kllllf -r. Fischer, Haier, Zimmerman.' V: William Home run Heall. Double piny Mulligan t" Huler; . Ftachnr to Zimmerman: (Iron lo Chuae. Ruse on hll -off Schnei der,' 4; off Penults 2; off flcndrlx, 6: jiff Lavender, 1; Off Packard. 2. Hit und earned runa 4'jff Bcbnelder, 8 tiitf. t run, In T innings (none out In eighth); off Toney. 2 hit, 1 run, In 1 Inninit; off McKendry, 2 hits, 1 run. In 1-3 InnliiK; off Hchuht, 3 hltn, 3 rutin, tn 2 2-S Innlmr; off lirpilrl, K hit. 3 runs, in 6 2.3 inning; off Sea ton, no tilts, no run, In 1-3 Inning: ff Lavender. S hit, no run, In 1 Inning;- off Packard, 4 hit no run, In 2 Inning. Struck out ily Schnei der. 4; by lltndrln, 8; by Scaton, 1: by Packard, . I'mplre--O'Pay und Kunon. Presenting "Home Run King? 5 In His New Yankee Uniform Philadelphia 7; New York 6. New York. April 20. The New York National opened their home season today before a large crowd, losing to thi I'hlliidi'liihtii eliumpionn In Rn cxcitltitf twrlvn-lniilm? same, 7 to 0.' Mayor Mltclu-l threw out tbo flint ball. 8corn: l'inLAIKLI!llA. All. It. If. O. A. K. siti' k, 3b 6 1 3 S 'i ,1 Itiiticrott, 4 o (i 3 2 0 runkert, if. , 2 3 7 0 tl Ciiivuth, if r, i j f, i) n Uuod, rf. o.o u o o o LuuVniH, u 4 1 ill u ii Vhltto.l, if fl u (I I I o Nliihoff, 2b I .1 2 0 li, Hiirtin, c 3 1 1 4 1 o ('halm, p z o 0 0 3 o McyulllHO, p 2 o 0 0 1 0 ToIhIm 44 7 13 U 15 8 Ninv yoHK. Ait. it. ii. d a n, 1. Hum. If. ..... u 2 2 0 v loit!, Sb , ii ii 8 3 o riuK her. d. . ... . R t u 3 4 o Kttitff, it 5 ; 3 4 0 0 5llkle, lb t J 18 0 0 tOlich. if (i l 3 i o II M' Kei hnle. 8b, ... 4 0 0 3 2 0 Kelly, x I H () u n o Jiri'i"it. i 4 o i ; a o Hlroiiil. p. , 1 o 0 ii o ltiln'fttnn, kk . . , . (I ii o il (I J'filmero, . 2 u ft i ; y Tot.il ii 6 It :,ij 4 ti xlbitteil fur Mi Kerhnie ill twelfth. xxlintttil fur S'ttouii in t.fth. Sfofe j, I'hlbuleliihlH u:t lUii uufi mil-. 7 ''w Yoik (i3 una ouo tnnt-it irnmury: T(..ae hu- siork t2t, cwmii, Ni.'hoft, Knurr. ih.w.i-t. Homo run LiUderu. Uurr on Nillx uff Sttond, 1; tiff I'ulnieiD. ;: off Chulmer. 1; off MiQjiKsn,. . n)U and fkrncd runn Off Kiroud, hlu, run, tn 6 InntiHt; off rtilmero, 4 bitK, 1 run, tn 7 Inning: i.rf CluilmrH. 7 liHu. & run. In i Innlntfn fnon out in aivtli): orf M.Qulllun. 4 hit, no I'tma ,;n tvu tuning, frittuch nut l fc'ioinl. ty I'almero. 4, lv f bfihrer, 1, by McQuillan, 1. Viu plrrii Klein uful i;illKlie ibihtun u: Itnxikhu o. lu,Mun, April ;!. The Ib.ston NM. iioiwl ii.eiifj their Heani.n at ltuen fieiil t. duv with an s to n torv .,cr ltruokln. The ll.irvarct . Ikw. ,,f of '),li h 1'ienit. iit V. l lliiiiKhum .- a iiiember, fcttentle.l In u i.i.iji, Hn, he him a floral piei e. St ore KltOKLY.. Mycra, cf. . . iMulifrt, lb blengtl, rf. . Whet. If. . Mowrey, JU. f'utiiha', tlaon, )k. , . Ml!!-r. t. . . f'oomijt, p. Cvl.tl gual ii, p, ! II, P AH R. H, . . , K. 4 4 4 4 4 4 S 1 t 1 0 0 II u tl 0 0 0 II tl 0 1 1. ' ! t " ' . 1 . a.f i c-l ' . i . . i w vik v v '. r -r ' ' . i ,a. i . j r PRES DEHT-OPEHS BASER AL SEASON 111 WASHINGTON Chief Executive Sees Home Team Beat Yanks; Tigers Take Game From White Sox; Athletics Lose Again. imt MOHNirifl JOURNAL FtCIAI. L(ACD Wlftll VnHhinnton, April 20. Wanning ton ileff-atod Xiiw York, 12 to 4, to diiy in the fimt game of the aoaaon here. 1'rcnlilent Wllnon toaaed out the firm ball, kept hla own acore and Hlayetl until the laKt player waa put out. More thun . 1 2,000 poraons aaw the Riime. ' Heore: NEW YOUIC A I MalHi-1, rf f Oilhoolcy, rf 3 M;iKec, If 5 .4 u 1 l 1 e .ntf r r 1 c i. Ten, 'tla he, the I'rorlemt Home Hun Kalier, tn hla aplen unil npai) Yankee uniform. Tin e)esi of the fans in lln Aniriienn leiiKue rlreult srirvice. will bo upon the Krout third Mcker In r if IiIh layoff from the biK IcuKiica linn alowed down hla Wtin rrful hltiliiM Hblllty. STANDING OF THE CLUBS NATION A I; Philadelphia. . .. t'lnulnnuti , 5 float on s St, I,oul 4 Clliriilfii . , , , . . :i Piltabiirgh : Hrooklyn l New York I u:.u;i i w , .6 i.. rvi. 1 .sa:i :i . ,v:r, 2 Mn 3 .ski 4 .till r, .37:. 3 .250 4 20;i amkiuca.v I i:. W. 1,. Itoaton li J New York 3 2 Wnuhl MRtmi 4 i ;! ft. liula 4 3 ''hh'iigi 4 hetrolt , 4 4 Cleveland 4 Philadelphia 0 . Pel.. ! .7.-.0 ' .(100 j ,f.7t . n r ts ' .,'idO ,3;i3 .000 I Vlo, ill) 2 11 0 J 1 1 f"hnililt, ! 4 ti t 0 :i a MummauK, p 0 0 0 0 0 0 afatldeii,' x 10 0 11 II U Cooper, p 1 0 0 0 0 0 WIImoii, 3.x 1 (1 0 tl 0 0 .incob!, p. . a 0 0 0 1 0 Holril, xx. 1 0 0 0 0 0 Tolala 30 0 "1 27 0 3 xltatti.l fur Miimmaux In nccoiuI. 1 xxlflttr'n tdr Cooper in aeventh. NxxHulteil for .JmHibaJii ninOi. i ' , Jl. . . . '030 000 200 .( '. . . 000 000 lino 1) : I hree-hnae hits I.mm, 1 Carey, Double pl.. linker, 3b .. Cedeon. 2b . Plpp. lb Peeldn paiigh, N'uuiiimiker, KentinK, P . i 'ullop, p . . . Love, p Tot.-ila WAKIIIXCTOX Mueller, tf . . .. FoHtor, 3b Milan, rf Judge, lb .... Shanks", If Morgan, 2b William, c ... Motlrlile, km . . . Johnson, ji . . .. . 5 . 4 . 4 . 4 . 4 2 . 0 . 1 .37 A" , 4 I t) 0 0 I 9 H 3 3 2 1 2 1 8 2 PO 1 I 1 1 3 1 7 0 0 0 24 PO 2 1 1 1 1 Totals . . . Store: New York . WnchlnBton nummary: .88 12 16 .000 .130 200 121 7 6" 2 K. D20 4 22x 12 OF RUIZES TODAY Two-base hit Moeller, Plpp, McKrldft. , Three-bawe hits Johnson, OeUeon..v Homo run Fos ter. Ptolen baaea--Mllau (2), Foater. HiankM, Morgan. ' - Uarnvd runs New York, 4; Waahmston, 10. Pacrifice hit .Morgan, Wlllittin. Double plays Ntinamaker tn i3don; (Jedeon to Pei klnpatigh. ilaaea on balls liy Jobnaon, 4; by Keating, 1: by Love, 1. Hits Off Keating, 10 in 4 2-3 in nlnga; off Love, 6 In 3 innings. Htruck o,ut P.y ,'J.)hHHoru;,ii; by Keating, 4. empires- Connolly and Owens. lioston 7;" Vblluililplila f. rhlladelphlu, "v April 20. Hoaton had an eimy tlnie WlnniHB the opening game of the Aifiorlian league aeason WllKltK TIII Y l f.W '!! Y. National l.eaeue. Philadelphia nt New ymk, liruoklyn at ltoalon, Kt. Ijoula At Pittsburgh. Ciin Innatl at Clib agii.' Amerli'uii ltBfftll. Cllleago a D.lroll, CbM l.ind at HI. liuilN. New York at Washington. Jloaton ut Philadelphia, Prore: HI. Lou Is , . Pittsburgh , Summary L't'tzel. Iltirnsl y MoMiaby to Itetzel to .Miller: lletzel to Miller liases on balls off Mead ows, off M.immaux, 1; off Cooper, t, 1 1 ft a and earned runs off Sallee, no. int.-:, no runs, In 1 inning: orf Mamniniix, 3 liit., 3 nma, In a In nings; off Cooper, D hits, I run, is & Innlnr.s: orf Jarohs, p,, hits, no runs, In 2 tfrningM. Struck out liy Mead ows. 3: by .Sallee, I; by Mauimaux, 1; by Cooper, 5; by Jui-obs, 1. here today, rteorc: P.OSTON llooppr, rf , Scott, as ... Iloblltzet, lb llenriksen, if Khort t' liar nioniaa, c fttith, p , the tCeore being 7 to 1. AB 5 4 3 4 leoi neii, u ' ' horton, if j. ..in 4 inrfluer. 2b . h Harry; 2b .. ..'., 3 o'Mara. x.. (ictai, xxx . , I Totals 0 7 24 x Hatted for Miii.jimi , M fifth xxlbitled for Mi,.r j,, ninth, xxxtlulted for Dell In ninth. HO8T0N. AH. It 11. ii. ,. !'. Marnnvlllf, a 3 1 0 3 7 to era. 2 b 4 j 0 Wllholt, tf r, 2 I 2 0 0 Collin, f 5 j ,, ,, Koiieti hy, lb 3 1 12 11 ,1 Smith, 31. 3 I 12 2 t Coniton. cf. 4.0 1 2 0 0 Humes, p 2 11 a j !owdy, 4 y i .) y 10 27 12 1 K. 11.111 ni'0- Total S3 f. 01 e: Prookhn mm 1 "oston 4a,) i, S1 tn m.u y : TH(,.b:iti hit -Smith. Double pla.w Mowivy to Cutshmv t Dauberl. linn,,,,,, Imllt. -i iff i;0,omI. 3: off Mar.iuartl, 3. Hitf mid ..uie.l run off Coombs, 3 hits. 4 runs. In 1 J-3 inning, 0ff Mar'iuud. 2 hit-, no rutin, in 2 2-3 Jnnlss: off D. II, ;. hits, 110 mas. in 4 1, mines, sum k out Hy Coonil,, ); by 1)V 1: j,, Htiinrs, 2. V'iii.iu--Kigbr and lli.r rin'in. i, DENVER TAKES OPENER FROM WICHITA BEFORE COLO WEATHER CROWD .,.,, NO joUKNL .'IL LIAIIO Wl, I'eiivi t. Atoil 20 - Denver took the opening game of the Western league niiHim from Wichita here today, 2 to 1. Mayor Sharpley pili hed the Inst hull and a Coloraito ting was presented to the Denver learn. The ultendanee was large notwlthstandiri); told weather. Total . ( PHILADELPHIA Witt. KH, Walsh, rf ytrunk, cC . . . . -A Oldring, It I . . ., Liijole. '2b Mclnnis, lb Pick, 3b Meyer, c Push, p Weaver, p Hay, p , "Schnng IStollbaucr 4 h 4 . Si ll I'O 1 1 t" AH . 4 j l 2 , 4 0 2 0 1 0 7 11 27 12 2 U H I'O A li 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 o 0.1 0 1 0 0 2 7.1 0 1 13 1 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 2 4 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 113 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 II 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 fi 27 18 4 Judge Raynoids Announces That Court Will Be Adjourn ed at Noon Today Because ' of Its Being' Good Friday, The state closed its cuae against Narclso liuiz. Sr., and his son, Man uel, shortly before & o'clock yesterday afternoon. Judge W. C. Heacock, their counsel, will begin lite defense thia morning unlesa Judge H. K. Itay nolda sustains a motion for a directed verdict, which probably will be usked i y the defense. Court will adjourn at noon today because of Its being Good Friday. Judgo Kaynolds in announcing his in- tentlon to close court at noon said because of the importance of the case ho could not adjourn for the entire day. The state'. evidence yesterday amounted to -practically a repetition of the testimony heard at the first trial of the Kuiea nt the September term, which resulted in a. hung jury. The defense nt the first trial rested chiefly on an alibi. Testimony was introduced to show that the elder and his son were at hom- at the time fsidro Ha.cn. was murdered. W. A. Keleher, appointed by the court to defend Jose Medina, yester day filed a motion asking for a new trial. Medina was convicted of mur der in the first degree. One of the grounds upon which the new trial is isked is that Medina was not warned, it said, that anything he might say would bo used against him. It is also alleged that incriminating atatemcnts, made by him, were not voluntary. Some of the grounds are technical, such as objections to the introduction of certain evidence. ( MINER SELLS A 'GOLD' NUGGET AT GROCERY STORE GRAND ARMY OF REPUBLIC OPENS ITS ENCAMPMENT HOW TO REDUCE auRWEiGHT A Klf ll I.' Ktl'l.' i superfluous fat, know only the discomfort and rldicul,.' n,..'.0 - "OT. Officers to Be Elected Today Toward Close of Two-day Session; Dinner to Be Given for Veterans, The thirty-third annual encamp ment of the department of New Mex ico of the Grand Army of the He public opened yesterday morning at the I. O. O. K. hall. Less than fifty veterans came from out of town. The local attstidanco was more than thir ty members. The encampment will close today The chief business of today will be the election and installation of offi cers. The report of the committee on resolutions also will be heard to day. Lincoln Circle No- 3, Ladies of the Grand Army, will give a dinner for the veterans at noon today at the I. O. (). F. hull. All the union and con federate veterans in town, all wives of veterans, all Sons of Veterans and their wives, all grandsons of veterans imrt thpir wives and all w idows of I soldiers are invited. The campl'lre was held last night. Here is the program: Call to order by Department Com mander Hliss. Music by Indian school band. Prayer by Chaplain Harworul. Song by Mr. Sutherland, "Sword of Hunker Hill." Song by Mrs. Ward, "K rluribus L'num." Addies.t by Prof. Roscoe It. Hill. Hand selection, "Star Spangled Hanner." Instrumental selection, Miss Paul ine Jones. Address, Comrade John A. Uo.vs. Address by Comrade L. H. Hudi- selle. Music by Lincoln Circle. siotit people have to bear If you are carrying around fi, ton pounds of unhealthy fllt v ' 1 unnecessarily weakenim. u organs and are cnrrvln,.'. f v"'l w hich destroys the b',.Mi., . ?U'' uuty jt J'our need of anyone nfr 'Perfluons fat ... .. '. o. y,,, luu weien, 1.. - figure I here is no need ing from su want to reduce .... t .. . . , . starvation diet or tires,..,,:.' .,ll"i"t here lu u tout u-nwi .."''fine ' ""..O LI VI1L' L?. as much time as you can n ti, ' deeply ami g " f n tron,l ,1- 1,1 , n.-t one befor, mr, breathe iiutts, inc., or tiny box of oil of koreln one nrier eacn mcul and retiring nt night. Weigh yourself once a w(.,.- , to know just how fast von ,.' . n yoti are lofii,. o off the , weigni aim uout leave off the tr., ' ment or even skin n oi,,.i a , ' " ,1T tiuae until vou are down to m,,,ui u""i Oil of korein is absolutely hirmi is pleasant to take, and liil,'s T' uo. i-arn a iew uays In iitm.-ift h been reported to shiny nuti.eVsL ret notion In u-elL'ht f..i...... .u,"e"le lighter, your work seem easier ,,, lighter and more btinvum . 1 takes possession 0f yur whoi,. hpi Kvery persons who suffers fr superfluous fat should give this treat lilt'iit: u 11 mi. Totals 32 Hatted for Weaver In seventh. ! Hatted for P.uy in ninth. St 01 e: V k hita I'etn i t ii.itlell, Kcvnold.i 11 ud , . 00 1 1 00 . . Ooo 1 00 Mela rke Slustak. Ii H I (Mill J 9 1l' 2 fl and Gra Oiii.ihn. 14: IH-s Molne. . les Moines, Ii., April 20. iimih.i tound Des Moines" pitchers for a to tal of seyentcen hits in the first game of the season here and ran away from the locals on a muddy field by a Score of 14 to 2. A slight drizzle just before the time held down the I crowd, wf ii h numbered about 2.0O0. Score: u. u. K. 012 213 nor. 14 17 1 nun (mo 020 2 10 3 f oili ft; Ittt-blllgh 0. ifch, Apni 20. si. Lout d " to il) lb'' opeli l"i III kelson tDtl.iV. M. Pl'.tsb. fcatrt Plllfburith, lug Katiie of tlu Score: XT. Lul ls I'csi her. if. ..... He, k. I'b South cf Mil,, r, 1'. Long, rf Heti-.. 'Jl,. Itoi iii; , f4 Snyder, c Mej(ubi p S.'.llee, p Totals , nJolmson out Uiir.l b.tst; h coai hers. AH. It II. 1 2 1 2 V 1: 1 iiiiuhn . lies MointS , IfOttefles: n. 400 001 200 7 000 010 000 1 Threc-ba.se hit Short halls Off Kuth. 3; off Weaver. 1. Hits and earned runs Off Hush. 4 hits, 4 runs, in 1 inning; off Weaver. 6 hits, 1 run, in ti innings; off Hay, 1 hit, no runs, In 2 Innings. Htruck out Hy Kuth, ; by Weaver, 2; by Hay, 2. empires Nallln and Dineon. Score: Huston Philadelphia Summary: en. liases on Hush, 1; off Score: North unr, Kruegt?!' ittkir. Thomas, Kille-n and Spahr. ' Topokii. 1; St. .lo-eph. St Joseph, jh., April 20 Topeka seeled a clo.se victory oyer St. Joe br the opening game of thu Western league Scasor.. Although the local playeis out-hit the visitors, the lat tT mmie tMclij coutil to better ad- 3 0 u s 4 0 0 0 Thi play Whs errorless. fl. II. E. ;00 3 g 0 (j 11 0 Orover and onlik, Hlack- V.lliluUtl' Scoi"; Topt-kH S0 400 SI. Jtxeph , . 21 2 t'0 liatterlcH' Dh:ur, Monroe. Soinnieiji. H burn. f ,inctitv Siodx Cin, postponed. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE. A! Los Annt-les- I Los Ato;t les, fK San Francifco. S: , . 3J for lut, M28 13 1 f run e at1 fiTTsiii:,.;n Johnston, lb ''"r.y. If Harney, rf. . . . Mine blunt., tf , Wagner, us. . ,. Xchiilu ji, A It, . 4 . 3 . 3 . it . 3 t H ) A. l; 1 5 U ( t 4 1) t n ,1 I At Oakl 'iol --Vrmon, 2; Oakland. 1. At Portland Salt Ijik-. 5; Port- 'lld, S. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. At Indianapolis, 3, St. Paul, 1. At 'olun, has, :,; Kansas City, 4. At Lou!s il!,.-xi,nn;,pol.. ruin. . -Vt Toltilo-Mil.vunkce. rain. Detroit, 2; blcaso t. lietroit, April 20. Hcilman's two base drive into tile crowd in left field sent Veach home In the ninth Inning with the run that gave Detroit a 2 to 1 victory over Chicago in the first home game of the season. CHICAGO I'Vlavh, f ... Weaver, 3b .. ft. Collins. 2b Foamier, lb . Jackson, If ... J. Collins, rf . Schalk, v. .... Terry, ss Wolfgang, p . Seferlno Crollott, grocer at 3 201 South Fourth street, yesterday, took two nuggets from a man who said he was a miner. He looked the part, with untrlmmed beard and working clothes. He rtgrctted parting with the nuggets but he wanted groceries. Mr. Crollott paid him $8 in groceries and change for them. A Jeweler afterward told Mr. Crol lotl that the nuggets were worthless. The grocer told the police 4 about them. Patrolman Pablo Lujan found the miner, who gave Mr. Crollott the nuggets, and another, also with an untrlmmed beard, In a saloon on South First street last night. The first is Pete 1'nger and the other George Clark. Tlie police found four more nug gets, t'nger and Clark ouch having two. They carried them in little sacks. The police also found brass washers. Chief J. U. Galuslia be lieves the washers were material for more nutgets. The men were reticent when Chief GaltiBha questioned them. One ad mitted having been at Gallup. A re ceipt for a registered letter, bearing tlie Gallup postmark, was found in his possession. The two were held ut the city jail. Oulinct Loses. Amateur Status. Huston, April 20. Formal notifica tion that the "business, activities" of Francis Ouimct, former national am ateur and open golf champion; I'aul Lcwksbury and J. H. Sullivan, Jr., rendered them ineligible longer to compete as amateurs was served to day on the Woodland Golf club, of which they arP members, by H. F. Whitney, secretary of the Fnited States Golf association. RAPID-FIRE CAMERA IS THE INVENTION OF HAHN STAJION AGENT J. X. Johnson, Santa Fe railway agent at Halin, is the inventor 01 an automatic self-levelling camera. The camera is described in the Illustrated World bv .Melville Hol-ertson. ' It runs film and is in appearance much the same as any of the larger kodaks,", says Mr. Robertson In the Illustrated World. "The difference lies in tlie fact that tlie film is ejected and loaded in the back of the camera by the action of the shut ter In closing tlie principle resem bling the action of the automatic re volver. This feature enables the photographer to take several pictures of a rapidly changing event at 'short Intel vais without the trouble of wind ing film or replacing platc-holdcrs. "Another feature that fits the now machine even better for 'action pho tography' Is the self-levelling device. This is merely a handle with a pistol grip and sights, which is arranged in relation to the center of gravity of the camera so that the machine in evitably seeks a perfect horizontal position when pointed by the operator- Tlie shutter action is controlled Irom this pistol grip, which gives the 'man behind the gun' utmost the free dom of action he would have with a I revolver. It is possible for a photographer using tills camera to take a succes sion of pictures of a man making a dive from Hrooklyn bridge by merely sighting along the steel rod and snap ping the shutter rapidly from the pistol grip." THE ROAD TO HEALTH and strength lies largely In what w eat, and among all foods bread ii probably the most important, Th better the bread the sturdier th children and grown folks too. Our bread Is simply perfect. In flavor, wholesomeness and food value It ii nothing Bhort of ideal. Try it today, Pioneer Bakery 8. N. BALLING, Prop, KIT Booth First Street, FAYWOOD HOT SPRINGS For Rheumatism, Stomach Trou bles, Kidney Ailments, Inflamma tions, Arterial Hardening, Locj motor Ataxia, Nervous breaking, etc. Perfect Treatment, Perfect Climate, Health, Pleasure. Large Modern Hotel. Booklet T. c! M'DERMOTT Fay wood, N. SI.- LUMBER Paints. Oils, GlasH, Malthold M lug and ltulldlng Paper J. C. BALDRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY Totals Two scored, C'KTKOIT Hush, sg , . . VIU, 3b Cobb, cf Veach, If ... Harper, rf . Hcllman. lb Young, 2b . . St ana Re, c . . Coveleskie, p Poland, p . . . Ka nnaugh AB It 11 PO A K ,4 1 3 2 0 0 ,3 0 1 0 2 0 ,4 0 0 4 50 . 4 0 0 13 0 0 , 4 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 3 6 0 3 0 1 4 2 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 31 1 li2t IS 0 out when winning run AB . 4 . 4 . 4 , 4 . 3 . 4 , 3 . 3 0 . 0 . 1 H 11 PO A 0 1 1 1 1 0'2 0 3 10 1110 OfflO 0 2 0 0 0 2 3 0 17 1 0 0 13 0 0 0 0 0 n 0 0 2 9 27 10 K 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 fl tl 0 Totals 32 2 9 27 10 0 Hatted for Coveleskie In eighth Score. it. Chicago 000 000 010 1 Detroit 000 000 002 2 Summary: Two-base hits Stanage. j Heilm in, Werner. Home run Felsch. Hoses on bulls Off Coveles kie. -I; off Wolfgang. I. Hits and earned runs Off Coveleskie. 6 hits. 1 run. In S Innings; off Holand. no hits, no runs, in 1 innings. Struck out Hy coveleskie, 4. by Wolfgang. 3; by Holand. 1. I'mplre Kvan ami Vhill. CleveUud-St. Louis postponed: rain. PviiKVtoii Oew ins. rrinccton, X. J., April 20. Prince ton's varsity crew defeated Harvard's eight on Lake Carnegie todav bv 1 about half a foot. The Junior varsity race was won by Harvard by two lengths. Time of boat races: Princeton varsity, :12 1-2 seconds; Harvard, 9:13. Harvard junior. i:4G; Princeton, !):"..". Dalton Signed by Titter. Detroit. Mich., April 20. Jack Dalton. who was with the Buffalo Federal league team last year and with the Hrooklyn Nationals in 1914, has been signed by the Detroit club, according- to announcement todav. Leonard Outfights ftloom. A'cw York, April 20. Benny Leon ard of this city outfought and out generaled Phil Bloom of Brooklyn In a ten-round bout here tonight. Leon ard weighed U'S pounds and Iiloom 134 1-2. Clifford Trotter, son of Prank Trotter, sustained a broken leg when an automotile went off a culvert near San Man lal Wednesday. Trotter was driving the car. He was brought ba.k to Ailuitiier,ue yesterday tnnrn iny on Santa Fe train No. M." and taken to a hospital. Trotter, with Lester Cooper, Was going to El Paso. PYTHIANS WILL HOLD DISTRICT CONVENTION HERE NEXT MONDAY The next meeting of tlie Socorro county district convention of the Knights of Pythias, comprising the three lodges in Socorro, Magdalcna and San Marcial, will be held in this city in the castle hall of Mineral lodge next Monday evening. The delegates will be the guests of local Pythians, and the business meeting will he. pre ceded by a dinner to be served in the lodge rooms at 0:30 o'clock. F.uch lodge will be assigned a topic and open the discussion, to he fol lowed by others who care to follow the subject. H is expected that much good will be accomplished at this convention as about 100 promi nent Pythians have expressed a de sire to take part. The committee is hard at work arranging menu and de tails of the convention. DUKE CITY Cleaners-Hatters 220 West Gold Pboue 411 444)4)44)44)44)4)4444)44)ttM4 1 il Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON for Picture Frames Fourth St. and Copper Are. 4i4)Mt LEATHER AND FINDINGS Harness, Saddles, Devoe PaluW, B"1 Paints, Kte. THOS. F. KELEHER PHOXB 410. 408 W. CESTUI Albnaucrqne Lincoln Circle, No. 3, Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic, will give a dinner ut noon today in the I. O. o- F. hall in honor of the Thirty-fifth state encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic. All visiting comradf s and their wives, G. K. Warren Post Xo. a, members and wives, Sons of Veterans and wives, grandsons and wives, soldiers' wid ows, und all confederate soldiers and wives are cordially Invited to be present. COMPANY THE WM. FARR Wholesale and Retail Dealer In FRESH AM) SALT MEATS Sausage a speclaltf For Cattle and Hojc the Bl! Market Prices Are Paid COT i n HARDLY DO HER W01 Housework is trying on health n strength. 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