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THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N M., MONDAY, APRIL 13. 1914.
FOR TUP OF THE
Clarke and Smaudinjj in Tip
Top Form for Whit Should
Be One of Best Bouts Ever
LATTER'S CHANCE TO
PROVE HIS CLASS
Kterythliig i in readiness for the
MuKKiK of the boot between Al M.M'll
tlloe. or this illy iiihI Ji IT I'iu.k'. Ino
l-'IfiltlliK (Ihohl, ii t I lie Klks' thcicr
l.niuht. ISitiauhliug arrived Iitj
'crtli.y from Ullver City und l.ii'juicil
trailing t iho New Mexico Ai'i,'H-'
club last nl.ht. Clarke, who lui'i
li-ii in condition in tin? gyiiiti.inim
I in .'iitlmut the week, t )! oft hi
tr. lining yesterday mtci ih.oii mi l
; .o kill ii 1 1 hi liitlu baa of links ami
V. a'copa In wall (he clang of the got,i
'in, milling cumc In lioin hhlver City
in k nJ condition. Me has been train
llIK Ul III till' Mi'Hotl"!! metropolis,
l orilnit to ini'i'V Kiililinii Moon hi
hum. i lliln H.iliiriluy hikIU. The hit
tu r iluin I iiiii'ur.
m.iu!ilin mho iniirrliil In Hilut
f'lly litMt nk, mill la kcin tu win to
i IK lit to iniiKc Ilia lioiiry inoon Ihi
I i i ! r ) y unilinrr. il .rlloil It oudlil
lo ho. Uu loukeii lit lat nlaht w lu-n hi
tiiilnlK il IrnllilliH with "ill ' Klui
nnil Iiih iir'ithi-r. JrT Hninuldinx.
Ily all lh" almia II lit iiicrl iK hml
to no hy thi mill hoiwcin th- tJ.
ouniliini tonlvht uuRht In bi a rattl:iiK
K I oni' STiiniililinir him ela 'ilinlio.1
hia rii;hi to he contiiikreil n romi-r hy
lilpi uinwii with Vlo llilmon. Hi-irik
im.l t'liirki The luIti.T drnlea IhRt
ho wim tnlllli'd to a draw nt thv Kil-vi-r
CHy aoirre. hut that merely li'inU
IMiint In totilKht a clanh. It will be a
Ciue uf ahowdown. IkiiI (aim will
ham a cliaiK'e tj aee fur Iheinaelvet
hi'W i lit' AC'tluuvuiue hjiliU'r i.n
uti In i-onipurinon with the eltiHie
Ji.ldin hii who curries an un-Jiho-dy
kl k In hiM mitt
I'ii win, Mnatlldlng will hale to K"
at headline apeed, nnd lo reamliT
knot koul he will line to flop the
toiii't of to form, for ihiN mni'
Ji It Clarke of Johlin, Mo., han an mi
irewivi. re -old In Tommy 5iidr-K
llllle hook. "Kinic I'attlen of the V.
euriex " Here la hart or CBld lerorl:
Janu.irv Tl I.ulher Mi-C.ir'y.
Sl'i i ii u lie ll. Mo., 1ft rounds, won.
Van h 1 Hurry Venl, Jo.hn. Mo
I i roiindK, knoi kout.
.May l Harry Wallurv, Menil hi".
t roiiinlH, won.
Aiikiiil lieorice (hid) Collor.
! 1 1 wim i Ii, I'n., t roiindH. no-dei iioii.
Aiikio.1 t Kreddlo II.- kH, I'llt
liuiKh, IM . round, no-di'i'inlon.
SejitemliiT II Joe Jan-MIe, I'ilil
I'urn, Tu., t rounda no-di iiiloh.
Junuury 17 Joe Jeanelte, J-.plin,
Mo, III rotinils, iio.ilci ilon.
Kid -ranry 1 JiuK (Tln) Kulll
Van, Joplin. Mo., u roumia. draw.
June ;M Jou Jeiilii'tte, Memphis', h
full value eouporw and tag . from
Liggett a Myers tobacco ml cl,
isllra. lug stock ol Prfmluna. S.v
erlr ttiass vholrs an4 set pf"i;at
sats 4sjr. sVpsvisi wclcvai. Iw !...
si(.kh nmii cx.
107 M. 4tb M.
Do the Ladies of Albuquer
que know what this means
This means that a child, any
child, can keep an average
sized house "Spick and Clean"
and feel that she is simply
Now is the time to get ac
quainted with the latest it,
"Electric Vacuum Cleaners."
See our window every af ter
Albuquerque Gas, Ekctric Light
and Pciver Company
PII0:iECi FIFTH AND CENTRAL
July mi llule Cameron. J-lurrr.,
Mexico, ll rounds, knockout.
October ST, Vic Hanson, J I i 11 . In
Clarke began fiithling In 1S. An.
diews credits 1 1 1 in with Itiiiltm over
I'eter Maher twice in sm-ronajd hoirs
I. IQAM .h.. tour In u l.lch .Ik. ' I i u li I I
Inn uliMKt" llrst appeared In the rl'i. I
In l"l Clarke was knocked out I'.v j
Ham l.nriKfonl In two rounds unl in
lhi ninii- year he fought ten-round
(trim with J'"' Jeatictle. In lll
Clarke Ucle.ited (leolKc (Kid) Cotton
In fifteen rounds.
"Voiinv Jim divers'" iiihI the Insur-
ro.i i KkI will appear In one of tnel
pnltmlnaiy houtM loii ahl. imertor
Mary Levy luia hei n unalilo lo ke a
In avywemllt to meet lloli lir. ilium, "
Hi.- plan to hae a ) iy aenil-wilidup
haa had to he abandoned. There I a
i huln-e that XinaiildliiK will lake in
(imliam for a niuteh at Hllver C'I'y.
lrke llniKheil his work yesterday I
afiernoon hy lakiiiB on Tommy film- '
van and Uraham for to rounds
apiece. II" uni nrked a few wallops
mi.l hup the spei tutors a kllllipi-e id
power Hint he had hitherto kepi tin-,
iter eover. He is soihK after fm.iul- j
rilliK with eiiythliiK he has totilKhl. I
It will not he exaitly a giuduo fliiht,
hul Clarke has heen smrutlnR init r
that draw dei Islon In Hllver Cily and
he mi'iins to wipe It oul If II is hu
manly poseilile. And thai iniatia a
i l.n.11 with the elements that i to
make a redhot entertaiiimenl for .... ,
FOR FIRST PLACE IN
Hani-pressed, by Nl k ralliadino,
Karl WeidlnKer of Ihe Culls till holds
the lead In the Individual avernes of
the handicap howl'n league. Ills
averano la tl. the fruit of 24 games
In whK h he felled 4. ilk pins.
I'alladlno smashed hia way lo sec
ond phica durim the week, shoul
dering another teammate, l.utiilln.
out of the ruiiner-u) position by one
pin. Nick's average Is IS."... lie hn
rolled 27 games, uccumiilatlnc a total
of 4,HI. l.unilln In the saine num
ber of guinea hit within nine slicks
of Pa I In ill no. and ha an averago of
The weck'i gchedule In the leiiguu
TonlKhr Colts v. Foresters.
Tuesday ItuKhers vs. Santa Fe.
Thiirsilaj Oil Co. s. (irocers.
Friday Hankers vs. Iirummeis.
MEET WILL BE A
Indlcaliohs of Ihe success of the
coming track meet at Ihe university
continues to encourage Coach Hutch
inson and the lest of the loiiimittue
engaged In preparing for the Inter
s. holaslic event. Hm h high schools
as canto '. send full teams will se-id
one or two contestants, so that
entnea will represent more
geneiitlly Ihe secondary
schools uf the
The silver trophy and the mednla
to be offered al the meet will he oil
exhibition al ti. A. Maison's store on
Central avenue III a few- day. A. U.
Spuldlng'a compuny lids donated the
CommltU. composed of students
und faculty metiibera will murtulU
!he V lulling lilhlcUs.
COBB HIGH GUN AT
TRAPS ON THE MESA
At Ihe mesa trap shooting grounds
yesterday art rnoon W. F. Cobb we
high gun. breaking ll blue rocka
out of a possible 12a. Kenneth Itwl
dridge was second, smashing Hi out
of IIS uuinn broke l nut of !
and Ja k Slieihan siiiushed 14 out ol
After reading learned Judge' opin
ion .r K 1 1 1 Iff '. Federal Icuaue ought
Id lc kIikI II doesn't hur to associate
Cincinnati, which in Die Teutonic
citpilol of Allien a. ought to bo lull
of pride over tli lids' iiitlcld. Thin
In IIh- Infield, llohlltell, ilroh. Nlf
ho IT ii ml ilcisog. Anil Herv'hummer
ls iitihl.v lu.i n I lull hey Kullcriotl
iuIIh It ihe pretzel infield.
Tun .lot lun. llii- ox-lirooklyn slug
ger, has been ul his old tricks In the
minors I 'i. ring iln- iiihI two years
with Toronto of i hi' International
league In liultcil thirty-nine home
num. !: i x H t of lh- thirty-nine were
llmniiK'tl oul when the liases wet full.
.... ... , i,iiIin ui. him
lysued ii tliulliliKe to unvolie ill
world in pounds Ily wemht
Kurd i n k which, one observer remarks
I hat he is safe. "No olio vim make
that weikht and be able to carry a
pa i r of kIom's Into the ring."
"Siainlinif lloom only" was n algn
at Yuiiut. Am. when the Clucuao
(lite Sox played there. This was
not cuused hy the overflow irowU.
They hud "'J rents.
Trls eiienker wati hed Ihe Ulauls In
u prai lice game and picked them lo
win the Nalloiiul league pennant. Hut
he didn't say anything about the
world a liinmplonnhip. Trls has also
Hccu the Athletics. In a regular
MnmiKer ltickey of the llrowns Is
to he a bench manaaer in every sense
of the word this season. He has lieu
tenants who will do the coaching and
ciirrv out his plan of aliuck while
he hides on the bench. Now II
ltickey will do a few other things ex
actly us Conine Mack doe them
there may he aome hope for Bt
An offer of increase In salary of
$IUS a year was the reason why Wil
liam Kllllfer. the baseball rnlcher,
Jumped back to the Philadelphia Na
tional league club after having signed
ii Federal league contract, according
to a statement by James A. tillmnre.
president of the Federal league, lie
can use the Cut plasters to ease up
Ihe soreness Paused hy the able-bodied
opinion of the court on his character.
I'rovldcd Willie Kiti'hle defeats
Tommy Murphy in fun Francisco
April 17, and pnn Ided Freddie Welsh
wins from Leach Cross In ton An
gc'ci April 21, Tom McCurey will pay
Mlchle a guarantee of $15, ana l'
meet Welsh In the Vernon nrei..
r-MlIng I.evlnsky. If he Is success
ful against Jack Dillon tit Kutle. April
14, will journey lo the coast to lake
on Kid Kenneth for twenty rounds In
Vernon May ii.
From out of the ranks of recruits
In the big leagues this year may rise
a alar of the brightest aort. If there
Is. he will be no more of a sensation
than will our old friend Mike Dunlin
In his great "come back" stunt. If
Mike performs in reg.ilar league
gumes us he did upon Ihe world s tour
or as he has in Ihe exhibitions this
spring. Mike has been the handy old
hoy with his stick down south, and
reports of his cracking out three hits
a day were as common as 1 Slant vie
lories In the hushes Hut then he'll
always be ablv to crack out safeties
us long as he can tote a bat to the
Arrangements have been completed
foe a light between Jim Coffey, the
"Dublin tiliint." and Homhardler
Wells, for Ihe lieav ywcgiht cham
pionship of (.rent Itiitain, according
to private cable advices. June 2D has
b-eii aet aa Ihe date. The contest
will he held In London under Ihe di
rection of Ihe National Uportlng club.
With Malty In mid-season form and
Paker hitting home runs. It seems
to be all over but the shouting In the
Fuys Eddie Collins. In one of his
latest literary achievements: "I huve
heard a )( about fudti-awuyn, slow
hulls, knuckle halls, etc.. hut I have
vet to see anyone who hits anything
along these lines on this same Jean
Juibiic. Itelleve me, when his control
Is good, he la about aa lough a pitch
er aa you would want to slack up
Oran O.Kirkpalrlck. Han Antonio.
Tex., broke the strength record al
Harvard yesterday, held by H. It
liardwlck, totaling 1,4. Newg Note.
A Utile piece of cheese can do bet
ter than that. We met a little piece
of rheeee once that was strong
enough to total 27,01$ without exert
ing Itself at all, and It wag scarcely
In Its teens.
Oreek named Trlpollioa Is trying lo
show Michigan university students
how to throw the Javelin. Wish he'd
come down here and show us. Know
several people we'd like lo throw the
redersls hava started going after
'player In orgsnlred ball with con
t "eta fur IS. tlilmora must hava
V earthed another supply of million
aires. llakar, Cobb anil Turner are three
j lima reiieatera in lh hall of fame.
Many of I ha rrltlis. hoMsver. will
scarcely agree stlih Hie selection of
'('res and Wagner, neither of whom
distinguished himself during Ihe year.
: Co in pars them with Hpeakrr and Har
ry. "Dor" Johnson, first baseman of
lit Cleveland Americans, mud him
self solid wuh home folks during Ibe
Nap Chattanooga exhibition gam.
"Doc's" boy hod friends guvs him a
pair of gold 'ufT buttons when ha
cam lo hat. til thanked Ihe Uona-
Baltimore Beats Buffalo 3 to 2
In Opening Game of the Fed
eral League at Baltimore
Itjr Irf-awil Wlrp in I venlnjr Herald1 T
liiilninoie, Mil., April 14. l.'nder
shining skies and wUh u huve attend
ance the Federal lenile opncl US
career in active hnM'h.ill today, wlti
the game between ItuHuiiore and
Huffalo. The home (earn won by a
score of 3 lo 2. The siorc:
Team: It. II. I.
Illlffal find (Kill 2 i 3
Kaltimoie . ...OliO 5nn 'i oil 3 4
Kutleries: Moore. Jviapp und Din ire;
(julnn und Jacklilsi'b
Elaborate Ceremonies Plan
ned for Anniversary of
Founding of City on the
Tiber April 21st.
Home. April 13. With the passing
of the (ilolnil cabinet the leaders ol
the feminist movement in Italy have
taken up a new campaign. In the hutio
that the new ministers of Hie govern
ment will deal more favorably wit'i
There la no militant element In til.'
feminist movement of Italy, and no
sex-antaguiiism, but women are un
b us lo free themselves from certvn
restrictions which Ibe laws of the
l..nd and the euslnms of aoclety have
Imposed, originally designed for th"
protection of women, it Is declared
these laws are now a burden. The
vole la the women'p ultimate goal but
ul present they are Ti'.pliig particular
ly for Ihe opening of lh. professions
to I hem and the tepeul of such laws
us those prohibiting a married woman
from opi ning a ba ik nccount without
ihe consent of her husDBnd.
The theory tli.it feminine beauty
cannot be divided into types nnonl
ing to nuilonilllv . but that it is ab
solutely International In i harncter.
will lie demonstrated hy a speciul ex
hibit of pilntiiiKs by Anglada, Hie
Knaiiish muster, n Ibe coming ex
hibition of hue ..nn at Venice.
lie has been honored with an Invt
latum to show ins pictures in a si
urate room, and lie exhibit will b-
composed entirely of feminine por
Within two years It is expected that
the pavlllloiis of 'lie different conn
lues around "v Central 1'iil.nc ol
the Veiil. e groin, of art buildings will
be completed by t'ie addition of those
of C.ermanv. Anuria and the ''tilted
States on the Island of Ha Hit Kb'tn
which will be connected with the
Kiirdens of the exhibition by Ihrei
Rome will i cl.'brate her 2 !
birthday on April ;lsl with n general
hoist Inn- of flags n'i'1 Illumination, but
thete will be no revival Ibis year ol
the celebrated Kent of the Century
Ihe ancient ceremony, which whs last
nttemnted In l!i"". when the Forum
and I'nbillne rati. ia they did ce.i
luriea before, with the Invocation by
llornce to the "Alma Sol" In whh h Ii
asserted Ihat the sun In Its piisxaic
around Ihe world would see no sin h
stuht as Home Although Ihe year ol
Koine's birthday is oltli titllv ree.g
timed as '10 II. C recent srchaeolo-.
leal discoveries Itnbeate ihat It sho.ild
be moved hack "in ny centuries.
Another celebrv.on now in progress
Is In the com mi- in .ration of the wors
of Hr.iinante. cubed "the prince of
Modern Architecture," who tli.d ,n
Hramanle's work la scattered nil
over Italy and Home but his most cel
ebrated edifices lore are the Palace
or the Cime.'liet in and th Courts cl
Man Pa ma sco and the liclveilere i t
the Vatican. His vaa the original 1.
sign for the present HI. Pelers. Ivil
both he and his patron. Pope Jullis
II died soon aficr the building -was
begun. Had he lived, Michael An
gelas cupola, considered a marvel ol
architecture, would not have been
Will WillHlraw Troopa Tomorrow.
Denver. April IS. Adjutant Oen
eral John Chase today sent a tele,
gram lo Hheriff JJeff Farr or liner
lano County noiinlnff him that the
military palrol In Ihat county would
end tomorrow morning and that tha
licseration of order would be
turned over to the local authorities.
Cieneral ('has, s.i.d h had not yet
derided what dispoailton lo make of
"Mother" Mary J' lie. now held as a
military prisoner la Ihe Huerfano
loinity hill. "I do not know whether
I shall release lo r take her to Trio- I
Idad or bring her to Denver," he said. I
A writ of hui'i as rorpua secured I
last eek from ihe Sliprems court bv I
lli.rai'a M llamkms. allornev for Mrs
I Jones, culls for the prod net Ion of Ihe
prisoner before ilia court not luter
than April IS.
(lovrrnor Amniona said today thai
he hud ordered all Ihe troops re
nioyed from the coal strike tone, ami
that probably there would not be a
inlllUa man left In the d.uirlct Y-
- u- VJ' . I'.' 1 !' '. .1 .'
NEW ROAD 13 TO
BRING MORE FRUIT
I lili es present plans arc
rdly upset the road from
bridge tu Connies will he
II. I'll led
1, 1 hair-
by the middle of May. A
being held In 1 orral's Ibis
lo ratlTy arrangement cut
yeslelday by John i. lliin-n
man of lh llei niilill.i road
Mayor Sellers. K. I llrose. s
of the New Mexico Hood Uu
socintlon: l'oiianlo Itiinlck.
boat d :
1 1 1 o road foreman, nnd Ji mis Samloi
Vlilor ItoDins nn I Felit S'lia. n
Two miles of the proposed load hei
Inside the i niiniv of llcrn ilillo. T't
Corrales coiiiinMte,. ngie'd Unit t'01 -tales
furiiNh l"i days of labor on tlv
s'rei. h. Work Is to begin in Itcr
nalillo county April The ruid '
In be used hy Hie fruit growers ul
Sandoval county lo bring their pie
iliiits lo Ihe A buiueriiie market.
CAUSE OF BLAZE
Through chinks In Ibe floor of Ihe
llreplace liltie nve coals dropped m
ihe residence of l C. Itcnneil. Souih
Koorleeiith si reel, anil set lire to a
Hour beam. Mrs. Hetinett called Kl.o
'hicf Klein on the telephone, mil
ihe chief, with Fireman Uurnett,
made a hurry-up trip in his automo
bile. I'.urnelt lore up Ihe foundation ol
tin llreplme until then was room to
get at the burning beam, nnd n cliem-
nl stream completed the Mi clUlu 1:1 (
Itcv. F.. H. Tend of (oHnn, corres
ponding secretary for the Congrega
tional F.dticatlon society, with his wire
has heen an A Ibuipucniuc visitor sine"
Friday, etn; ping at the Alvnrinlo. He
has heen visiting some of the schools
f the Congrerulloiiiil church In this
vicinity. Yesterday morning he occu
pied the pulpit of Ihe First Congre
gational church, preachlit nn Im-
resslve ICnsler sermon. He atnl Mis.
Tend lenvi this evening for other
points in New Mexico and Ansotia.
TO THOMAS JEFFERSON
iv I .cased W ire lo Pwetilna Hern Id i
Washington. April 1 J. - H-omas
effirson's hlrihduy anniversary was
celebrated In Ihe house today with
:epi esenliil iv e Clark, Democrat, uf
'loiiila making a speech and propos
ing that president Wilson, ChlcT Jus-
ice While and Hpcakcr Clark be
named lis a commission to plan i
memorial to mark Jefferson's blrlh-
laec ul Did Shailwell, Va. li. pr -
ttciitntive Johnson. Democrat. ol
Kentucky prevented consideration to
bat effect on the ground thut other
itis;i!Css wus pending.
The HERALD Want Ads get
the best results.
Best Middleweight Fuss of the year for Albuquerque
The Fi&hting Ghost, of Joplin. Missouri.
OF ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO.
Jeff Clark holds the decision over Joe Jennettc, also over
Xuther McCarthy. Ai. Smaulding, the newspaper de
cision over Jack Herrick and vie Hanson, and draw with
lO - ROUNDS - lO
1G5 POUNDS 3 O'CLOCK.
2 -Red Hot Preliminaries-2
Ellis' Opera House
8:30 O'CLOCK, P. M.
MARK LEVY, DIRECTOR . .New Mexico Athletic Club
Lower Floor 1.00 and 75c
Balcony, first three rows $1.00, back of three rows 73c.
Seats on sale at Cigar Stands and Leading Cafes. Ex
rharre tickets et Watson's
The clothes guar
antee that you
arc well dressed.
the clothes. The
them to us. You
get this triple
you wear .
The same price the worW ovst '
Style, plus all
wool fabrics, plus
sh:p, plus fit, plus
That U the STYLE
PLUS principle and the
clothes more than make
You will be surprised
that you curt get clothes
that look $25 worth and
wear accord ingly. It is
are made in one of the
largest and most modern
clothing factories in the
world by workmen who
are experts in producing
style and vr lues at a
Come in and try on a suit
or overcoat. We will leave it
to your good judgment and
,3 1 our mirror. Come to-day.
A JL 1
BANNER DAY FOR
i SUNDAY SCHOOLS
I Yelerday Was a good day for inn
Sunday si bonis of A lbiiiUeriue. The.
majority of ih s. hools reported i
Sain. The total attendance was Ihe
h sh. Mt since the reports
published 111 Tllu Iter .'il.
i the report hy s' hool-i:
, ? 1 1
, a. I a
ciili i Avenue Methodist
t 'ni'.m u.ittoim I
t'pisi i pal
i lolil jii I UroadWi.y
IT' "le t. -nan
i n I ...
ii tul no
nn over two wo.ks
I MEXICO CONDITIONS,
by W. H. SEAM ON
Masonic Temple, 7th St.
entrance, Tuesday, April
f 14th at 8 p. m. 2
t Tickets on sale at Matsons I
t ADMISSION ...... 50c X
PURE ICE CREAM
511 E. Central Phone 507
Tllh.Y TKMIT VtU Tt K AT.
You .inly nerd lu taste a piece of
our Cuke in order to he tempted lo
buy a whole one, and, moreover, juiu
will be a steady customer always af
terwards. The variety of cakes WO
make are so pure, fresh, wholesome
and satisfying thai everybody who
once tries them always praise them.
Here Is Ihe place to be sure of getting
mil lafaciory confectionery all the
year round And our prices are sat
SOT ftoutt. Kirs ti.
Chicago Mill & Lumber Co.
General Flaning Mill
3rd and Marquette Phone 8
I IIX TKK l, t OVI ItUTOKS
M l:i.ll I us
207 l-iil Central Ate,
Everything Electrical J
Motor ltenir, ami 1 k'llrical
Ulrlng Kollclic.l, J
f.t-t our prtits uu Wilting-
Iioiim laida laniM.
1 1 )HtMemH4mH
For the best i
OALLUP COAL t
We have a Complete Hue cf Wall
i'sper and 'amis, dm do your
work on a minute notice.
SJ.1 8. Slid M.
J. D. EDS
Sew "ml kttnil Hsiul 1'urtiU
lure. Klt Ian ( ablneta til wud
up. Itrt-sneT, M and up.
IIS W. (ioliL lboaa I IS.
still ilettlop any Koitak. tllnt
V'iT ripii kTi'inf)