El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 34TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Friday, January 30, 1914 Page: 5 of 12
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Friday Janunry 30 1914.
L PASO MORNING TIMES
" fMel ww m rtt
Charleston. & C. Jan. !. RMtttl
of today's rare follow:
First Itaio Thrw yw nlflu
up; selling; flvo and one-half fur
longs: Inferno Queen 111 (Nickel).
to 1 to I t to S won; Terry. U4
(Uhert). I to 1. 8 to I. 4 to S. se i.ml
Bertla 117 (Knight). 25 to 1. 1 to 1
4 to i third. Time 1:01 1-i. St. Joe
caraquet it.-ii- Chilton Rcarlet Plm
pernell. La Sslnrella Hosehurg Mtaa
Velma. Richland and High Light also
Second Race Three-year-olds and
up; eelllag; five and one-half fur
longs: Caatara 93 tHumter) 2
4 to 6 2 to 6 won; Votes 104 (Mur
pnyi. . I 2 7 to f.. 3 tit 6. sercinil
Terra Blaco 100 (Martin) t to 1 I to
1 to 6. third. Time J:10. Little
Epp Corncracker Tomberl Blliclc.
Hudkln Maurice lleed Floral Crow
and Cicero also ran.
Third Hate Throe-year-olds and
up; selling; five and one-half fur
limns: Brut Path. 1UD (Huxion)
20 1 to 6 out won; Batwa 114 (Mo
Jntyre) s to 1 T to 5 7 to 10. second
doming Coon 117 (Byrne) IS to
6 to 1 to !. third. Time. l:0t
Bravo Faces Prince Chap Hearth
stone and Colfax also ran.
Fourth Hace Three-year-olds and
up; selling; five and one-half fur
longs: Water Lady U0 (Smith) II to
6 even 1 to 2 won; Luria 106
( Hlghttnlre). 2 to 1 even 1 to 2. sec
ond; Kight Easy 103 (Carter). 10 to
1. 4 to 1. 8 to f third. Time. 1:08 1
l.ttretia Dwyer Amerlcus Klva Skeets
and lull stream also ran.
Fifth Hace Four-year-olds and up
selling; seven furlongs: Venghee 10s
(Neanuer) to 1 8 to 6 7 to HI won
Elwah 1011 (Carter) I to 1. to t
2 to 6 second; Coopertown. 109 (Mur
phy) even 1 to 2 out tnird. Time
1:2. Feather Ouater Ann Tilly Coro-
posis. Fawn and Ta-Nun-Da also ran
Sixth Hace Three-year-olds and
up; selling; one mile: flam Ann HIS
(Walking) 20 to' 1 4 to 1 8 to
won; Mannon 02 (Neander) 0 to
7 to 10 7 to 20 second; Prospect 108
(Keogh) 8 to 1 8 to 6 7 to 10 third
Time 1:33 3-5. HcdKe Hose Henedlc
tlna. Flask Woodcraft and Flood also
The Trinidad handicap seven fur
longs Is the feature race of a good
card at the Jockey Club Juarez track
this afternoon. In mis event tne
probable starters are uonne Chance
John ileuruon General Marcnmont
Truiy HoioLiiy Lean and Cantem and
at tne weignts as assigned uy becre-
1 tary Jasper' uach of tne six perform'
ers nas a rosy looking winning chance
Tne two-year-ulu race on tne card
la at tnree and a half turlongs tor
fillies and a Held of eignt mia been
named to go to the post. Tne only
one ot tne tot wtiicn nas not yet raceu
Is (supremacy a aauguier ot Ultimas
and cnunueiy in tne kibble of James
Tne second race today la for three
year-oius at six turlongs wltn fifteen
prouuoie mantra una tne tnird lace
is a seven lurioug aiiair it men has
among inn entries the aood winners
here 4 nomas naie uvii jjurin.
Tnaf mm race is at live and a half
furloiig's witn sucn apecdy performers
as lvominica uoroon Huasen Colquitt
Hlruinun and Herpes named to go
whue me conctuauig event is the aver
popular nine auu an eignm contest in
wnicii eignt noises win circle me en
tire trite tor tnu purse.
All in an. It is an excellent Friday's
card uuu as' today Is me usual
"Lauies uay " a large attendance win
unuouuteuiy witness me spurt at the
J. Kederis and C. Klrschbaum were
set down tor ten days each by the
lewai'us In the fourtii race tor rougn
riding on meir leapeclive mounts ou-
peri and JJick Uo.J.e IB mat event.
Kirscnoaum Mri just gotten up yei-
teniuy alter a iiliten uay suspecsion
by tnese oltlciais lor the aunie ollense.
Ceoa at 15 to 1 won mis race in a
driving tiniali liora Supurl wnich was
rushed loo niuch in till sirelcli by
Kederis who .-ime tae oveiianl route
with ner anu as a result the tiny tired
In me cloeiiig strides lie roua a nice
race on King Uadtoid In the filth
event but mussel il up somewhat on
Hose O'Neil in nit tnird race which
purse went to Dave Montgomery
backed down from 12 to 5 to L
The biggest dump of the day came
in the lirsi ruce when Nino Muchacho
a 40 to 1 snot got home In front
piloted by Jockey W. Cotton who has
had lime winning success so tar at
this meeting fc.. E Miller who tips
the races tor the San Francisco News
was tne only one of ihe "aopeBieje"
thai picked Hils gelding lo win. He
was the recipient ot some congratula-1
Hon from several of bis fneiius who
played the long shot for a small
amount on his selecting him lo win.
A. Neylon was the only rider yester-
day of me popular trio including also
Claver and i.oiiua. to ride a winning
mount he landing home on ucean
Queen in the last race .in. it was the
only favorite of the day to win. Ney-
lon a contract has been purchased by
J. Livingston from John W. Unaw and
he stands good until 1917 bnaw re
taining second cull on the boy s serv
Ices according to the reports of th
transfer of the contract.
TIMES' RACING FORM CHART
JIAUK. MEXICO. Thursday. January M ill. Mnd day Weather clear Track rut.
w. h Shelley presiding Judge. kit CeMtdy. Starts.
4A?0 FIRST nACB Snt furlong Setlng. Four year old
WJi to winner W Meoad MO third Ms.
end upward Net vlu
index. M..n sad crwnsr. WV v v H Fin. 'oeJrsy. op. CL
4fltt .line Mar sac be. I (WornykCo)lll III if 0" cottok M 40
MM Lady Youst. t MeCarrrtrltCo)ttl M M tH ri Urotk M If
aven daylight 4 UErkeri) no 7 M III I Oroei it t
ten N Ileum 4 (ICFerrlf) lit I l t 41 II MoMswortk
ion Rubicon II t ipSherldani Ill il t -. claver I 4
loot met a (OBasseu; nun it1 iom lo i kenion 10
mm tiruxiy near t (lisnnlsonkcoi.llt f n w.Mrlntyra it i
9M (harlea Fox. s (AWI.svens). . . Ill M it It II' ' Hooney M Ml
X Stoneman. iVinMoiiricsaCoMIt 4 M M Tt I'l ) Howard 111 t
MM O. F. Norveii 4 (FamskCo) . . ..ill .. 7 W t 10 Nevlon 10 It
e L'nalga. 4 iMsrtlnti-o) IM 0 01 71 It It A. Molt 10 U
ton Miss Edlih. 4 iRUMartln) tm I ... 1 I I lit Kaiep I I
w; Momcutier t (Mlnuiey) Ill It 14 li 14 it t.atsnauth M 40
Mil Chrlitroa Daisy t iiiMussell)..lll l 4 il it n Troxier t if
At post I minutes orr st t.to. Time ft. 4 I-1 I :M t-t. Muchacho II place
snow. Young 4 pisce x show. Utylight I show. Winner b. it by smile Metirtni.
I rained by A. D. Worley. Scratched. w ld Stearns IK. standing atari good won
runt three driving. Hlgn price Sloneuisn Ir Lnaigs 90. Winner entered for gtuu.
Nino Muchacho closed with s powerful man and proved ramest at the end. l.sdy
toung ran a good race finishing strong. iayligni ran out on stretch turn losing
several lengins came again witn a ruan aim was Deal lodiy. Mia kdiui Moiiemau
and ontiiy hear ill slopped after ahowlng early apesd.
' i iia-.i. six ruriouga. selling. rour-year-olds and
value to winner s second imi nurd tn.
WUt ) 4 sir. Fin. Jockey
.III It 6 11 I
uuex. noise aim uwlier.
4UH1 cuaiiuelor s ( FM Hopper 1 . .
tttl t.airiuuiiipiaii. t i imenaoii n - lu
IS47 ureal mar. I (bruwuriehtj lis 1
lull kiueida a (llraiera 1 syior 1 Ill v
W7r lrronu 5 (TAnsvieai II 8
vm ligui Hoy 4 twiiunni IU 2
44114 buue e (FUiliukeiun lit 13
. rtio i-ecoa a ti Axaiaiei 116 5
cuilton trance t (CHawk) ill 2
jvV H eewiil twaHeei lutoe) lisj C
gfU iiuiiiatner a Mfener) us 11
ul4 ben. jauiet 4 tlJoeriioererkWl.lll 4
4Ulu hong or hocks e UHcatno) ill 7
mm tanuerry 4 (WLScbaeier) IU 14
t fl f" ! Troxier 7
if s v Neyion
i l i'i .1" Loiiua 4
7" f 4 4" W.w.rsylor 4
0' 7l 7 tl Orolll 12
3 1 8 e W. Mclniyre 1
II e lo 71 O'Urieu 10
n" in v g i. kurphy lu
41 8l I'l V 1 spun II
v 4 t ii'" ciaer tl
II" 12 12' II laroas 40
8' II IIH It Wood! IU
lol 14 14 II' breyer tu
II It ll 14 t). eiullh lu
At post 3 minutes orr it - so. Time .& l e .47 l-t. i ts. Chanilcior 2 place 1
show caieuiuiiipiali 3 puce l- allow. I urn I sliow. v inner hi. 111. uy 1 aiuiiiriurr
Mercurial named by A. lempesi. scrsietied jvi Megui ai-vi lu. aiaiio.ua mart
on won drivuig secunu same third easny. mgu pnue ngut oy t nsiiueity ju.
unier entered lor "" rto bid.
cusniiclor moved up with a rush on rsr turn rorred the pace lo the stretch and
uuigaiueu nrr Held at enu. csletliuinpian mini wliu a heiaieu ruh and was going
uuiig at tne enu. ureal mar set a isai i.aee auu ueiu uu gamei)' uiougu Uiiog.
iiienia best of other ilgul 00 y hau a mugu journey.
1 11 1 111 1 Mali 1 me mile selling. 1 hree'-yesr-olds and upward. ei value
to winner tltt second M0 Uiun Mi.
uuea. noise auu uwuer.
8177 U. Montgomery a (I-norland).. no
ias noae u neit e (lau-uleri iue
4ei uid uou n I (Jiiguei ttt
juj'i hen I tic as 8 n.esi ua.iiowe . . . 1 1.1
nu neul a twuargsu 1...104
atttu joe Wooua a mishupaiLor) tin
IVtiu aoute Mull 8 (lAjuStiesi uu
4UI Van Horn 5 dcreina) tit)
4U2U luoja a tl.awryitrusj liu
Wl bl. -(a ' air. Fin. Jockey.
8 74 4'l
I l kelsay
I'l 2 keuens
21 31 .M'iioll
7'l t.1 Woods
8 8 Aiuiesworlh
At post I minute off at 3:16. Time .it 2-t :47 2-t. 1:14 i s :M 4 irnve 2
place 1 auow. Aeil 4-5 puce t-2 show. iotcn out show. Wiuuer br. g. by buwling
jieen ureuauinu. nsiiieu by w. 11. Aima.ioug. Miaiciied auuv cnnsuiias ave wi
eao orevny vo auue buaunee lus. staiMuig smn goou won eaaiiy secouu mm ibtni
jdllie. Warner eloeieu lor I2UU. .No luu.
nave Moiugoinei y moved up witn a ruh on lower turn and taking a big lead
eld nose u .veil saie at end. noae U'fteil waa rorced to take up on lar turu came
1 hi s poweriui ruau luruugb aueicli. uid uicti aiso met wuu inieiieience. hut was
iiaiuiy good .eiiougu with clear sailing hen unoas ran a lau- race beua anu tume
uu no 01 stoppeu alter going last six runoiigs.
tlH mai t. rive and one-liair luriungs.
value tu winner g2 aecunu a) tnird tb.
belling. Three-year-olds. Net
uuu. uuie suuuwnei. WU SL Vj t atr. Fi 11. Jockey. op. CI.
uuv ceos taelieyiHieiiDey) 110 2 .. 5 5' 41 1' W.W.iayior l 12
iui superl iiu.esckenaie) ioj 1 4 41 2 aeueris 2 7-2
..k'.- i. iai a Lane truweir) i :. .. 2 3" 5 2' i.s.ep 4 v-2
.. huiaia is v eider) luu 4 . 21 21 31 i' Aeyiun 4 4
ausl 1 nomas naiO usuiker) tut 8 7 e e i.ihi 8 4
3W2 Dick Home (ftewuisuason) 1U8 I l'l 1' H 8 knacubaum 1 t
HW CSlgu iMiIgeialuauui 1U5 7 0 7 71 7 MuleawollU 1UU 1UU
iowU)AuUi Elsie unanuoipu) ...luu 8 8 8 8 8 Claver I 5
At post 1-2 minute orr St t:4t 1-2. Time :2I :47 t-t 1:08 2-5. ceos 4 place 2
now. auperi 8-s pisce 7-10 show. Lane i-iu auow. Winner b. c by aollisire 11
oriueiu. 1 rained uy s. J. keiiey. Standing atari good lor all but Aunt ciaie won
irai tnree driving nigh price auperi 9 miiaia u-s. Winner eniereu lor teuu. iSo
ud. uverweigui. oaruar cane 1 niouiaa iiaie I auperi 3 Dick uuuie 4 cargo i.
Leoa sluumied at start recovered quicaiy was resutmeu ueiumi tne Jesuets to
die sii'eicii turn came isst uiruugu iue aueicli snu was going sway at euu. aupeti
a good race bsruara cane nun a rougn 11-10. mtiais moiiueu uner lorciiig Hie
early pace. Dick tiuuie sioppeu uauiy arte making iue eariy pace auiu ti.-ie uuited
tu t.uiMue nine win 'ii list 1 ic r well! up wo as good as leu.
FIFTH HALE Six rurlotigs. Selling
lo winner t2S. second .i lluru 22s.
Four-year-olda and upward. Mel value
naex. Ilyrte snd owner.
--- king Hadrord 4 (ACl'orretlo;..lln
leau Sidney Heters 8 (WMoalrd) 111
4UU3 LhUU a (CEHogerai til
403U cat 1. urn. 4 arowbiidgekO) 110
lllti Lone Star 5 (Hunbury&Uo) Ill
3W1 Sharper knlghi 4 tkeereaio'lij.iii
3VB8 Toy aoy a (JWrulter) 110
4ii visiuie it (SAuecanaiu; lit
wi. at U sir. Fin. Jockey.
it 21 64
3a C. Junes
7' INeyion I
8 J. Howard
At poll 1-4 minute tin at 4:15. Time .22 t-t ill 1-t 1:12 2-5. Iladrord J J place
10 si.ow. Peters t place 5-2 show chill I t show. Winner br. a. by Maiinn 1
Heierminatlon. Trained by A. c. I'orrelio. Scratched Delicious liu 4ouu Flying
Moving start good won easily second and third driving limn nrice. Mamie
relers 20 Chills t. Winner entered ror 2UU. Bid up 10 I5U5 by 11. Ii. .Martin iletained.
king Iladrord dear or Interlerence all Ihe way riuislied strong and was eoma-
awsy t end. Sidney Peiers set a last pace snd hung on well cinlia was carried
extremely wide on sirelcli turn riuislied gamely. .1 Cnrn well up iluuughout.
here was ronsiderablo crowding on lower turn with nulla and Toy bo Hie worn
urrerers. Visible slopped badly. f
SIXTH RACK. One mile. Selling. Four-year-olds and upward
winner 1225 second MU third 825.
index. Horse and owner.
luu ocean tjueen a (AUdunlsp) 102
3083 Sigurd. 6 (HMaclssi KIR
SUM Mazurka 4 iWMHslrd) I0U
tosuililue Heard 4 iWHrulley) 102
3Sv6 Sister Florence 5 (t".FHoger)..lu3
3iiMi Clinton. 4 tuanaroooni ws
4(J8 Judge Wsllon (SniltluVFari.llW
Sir Fin. Jockey.
P 1' Neylon
t'l e 6 7
5' c. June
ft . Marco
7 II. liuy
C-5 2 2
At DOSl 1 minutes. Off St 4:46. Time - 23 1-5 46 4 5 1:12 3-5. 1:38 3-5. Ousen 1-9
place. 1-4 show. Sigurd 8-5 pisce 7-10 show. Maxurka 4-5 show winner b. 111. by
cunaid -Derma. 1 rumen Dy A. u. Dtiniap. standing start good won rust three driv-
ing. Illgb price. Maxurka 8 Blue Beard 12 Staler Hurt-urn 7. Clinton 7. winner
entered for MOO. Bid up to 1505 by J. Chlpps. Hetslned. overweight Hlue heard 3
(Mean Ouesn was bustled the entire way. being under punishment all the rini
furlong. Sigurd came very strong the lasl quarter. Maxurka well up 111 ine early
King Kadford winner of the fifth
race was boosted 1200 over his en
trance urlce by H. U. Martin the
jriii inn's owner. A. C. Porretto pro
tectlng him at the usual advance. The
brother tu Wllhite and Milton Koblee
waa In yesterday to be sold for 300.
Ocean Queen winner of the con-
eludina race yesterday was boosted
1200 over her entrance price by Joe
Chips a race follower A. U. Lunlap
her owner protecting her ai the usual
advance. She was In yesterday lo be
sold for $300.
Wolgast Knocks Out I'uhoU.
Ihe .4 -luf"! "
Kond du l.o Wis. Jan. tt. Ad
Wolgast former lightweight cham-
pion tonight knocked out lludy Un-
hola the Buer lightweight in the sec-
ond round of a scheduled ten-round
A Initio.. B" M ''
Uy IA iiwnaioi freas
Houaton. Texas Jan. 2. John Llviug-
stvae. uf Hprlugxille Ala. won the south
ers anialeur ebsiuplousblp in trap sboeting
at the Suuuy buutb haadhap meet yester-
day ill. score was 07 out of 100 At the end
uf tb. third dsy's sboollng Mark Arle uf Hands Sixth field
ARMY TEAMS TO PLAY
MATCH GAME OF POLO
Band Will Play and Officers' Wi
Will Serve Tea Preliminary
Ico Agricultural College team resulted
KIO GRANDE BANK.
Tkemssboro. 111. waa lag it gun. wltb a
total of 0M out of S2S. asd Llvlngsiooe
aeroltd- with tM. Uarry gteveaa ef New
lork led the prvfesslouals lodsj b reek lag
m 4ut of 200.
A match polo game will be played
at Washington Park Sunday after
noon bet wean two picked teams from
the Thirteenth Fifteenth and Artil
lery polo teams. The game will be a
preliminary to a gymkhana which the
army men are planning to held at
Washington park within the next two
During the game the Fifteenth cav-
alry band will give a concert and
wives of array officers will serve tea.
The teama will line up as follows:
Itiu.i. Captain a. W. Klrkpatrick
Fifteenth cavalry; Lieutenant Henry
A. Meyer signal corps; LJeulenanl
Neil Q. Finch. Sixth field artillery;
Lieutenant Walter H. Neill Thir
teenth cavalry; Lieutenant John M.
Tnomaon Thlreeenlh cavalry.
Iteds Lieutenant Alexander D.
Huilc Fifteenth cavalry: Lieuteiisnl
Kussell. Fifteenth cavalry;
Lieutenant Htuarl W. Cramer. Fif
teenth cavalry; IJcntenant A. L P.
Bowler 1st. 2d. 3d. Total
J. Deane li 175 too
K O'Brien 143 184 1(7 503
O. JXedmond... 176 137 134 447
D. Itoblnson... 147 170 1 14 440
It. Rokahr 130 110 12G Ut
Totals ' 758 786 734 lltt
N. M. A. COLLEGE.
Bowler 1st. 2d. 3d. Total
Ogtlvle 138 161 134 441
k. in in. 140 IU 180 411
Morris 14 1 140 166 447
Wallace 166 134 ltz 443
Vanhoughten . . . 126 111 no 40a
Totals 710 (62 771 11(0
Margin Rio Orande Bank 106
High game- O'Brien 117.
At the Wigwam To-day.
"The Masked Dancer" Vltagraph In
two part. An Interesting Mexican
story. HI wife outwits her husband
whom she outclasses. He dencrts the
Rpsnlsh beauty for his wife fights for
her and begs her forgiveness. Paths
Weekly showing Lincoln Beach
turning five loops In his aeroplane at
San Francisco. Tomorrow the beauti
ful Kathlyn In one of her most ex
citing wild animal pictures. Come to
the matinee or you might not get lo
see this wonderful picture. One day
Great Conventions and Congresses at the
Panama Pacific Exposition San Francisco 1915
JAMES A. BARR.
"My t'nolr Front Japan."
While a majority of the "400" were
enjoying -the tango party at the Hotel
Paso del Norte last night and while
many other cltisens of this city were
hidden In deep rctrentu away from the
wind and dust a large audience braved
the storm to greet the lamtntri Play-
ers st the Crawford when they pre
sented "My Uncle From Japan." The
production Is not a new one to h
Peso; that is the play but the man
ner In which It was presented last
night Is a new one. Mr Ummsri nas
succeeded so far in giving patrons of
the popular little plnv house the beat
and the finished production last nlg.it
stands as a tribute to his untiring efforts.
Bo well pleased wss the large au
dience last night that each number
i encored and several of the prin
cipals came back to snswer curiam
calls. Mr. Lammora said after the
performance that he was gratified at
the reception arcorded nis players.
and assured the public that he would
continue to produce only the best.
Tonight "Dora Thorne." an old time
favorite and one that oever falls lo
please will be presented. This bill
will continue the rest of the week
"Th Wreck" Today.
The Bijou will delight lie putrons
today with "The Wreck." one of the
Vltagraph company s masterpieces in
three parts. There have been several
wrecks produced and n great many
people lire undor tlie Impression mey
have seen this play or Hint It is noth
ing but a feature of a railroad wreck.
In this they are mistaken nk It is an
up-to-tho-mlnute drama with many
aspects of life and character thin we
long to see In strong photoplays; how
ever this picture contains a rnlirono
wreck of a head-on collision that cost
the Vltagraph company many thou
sands of dollars to produce and which
will make all other such wrecks here
tofore shown seem Insignificant. This
nlav contains many sensational and
costly scenes and Is admirably handled
by an all-star cast including Harry T.
Morey E. K. Lincoln Anita Htcwarl
and other prominent talent. Better
come to the matinee and be sure of a
"Our Mutual Girl" at Grecian.
The second reel of. "Our Mutual
Girl" series will be shown at the Uro-
clan today. This reel Is a very Inter-
esting one. It partly uncovers the
plot to this pretty story. Our Mutual
Girl receives an Invitation from Hit-
only woman senator In the United
States. Mrs. Helen Robinson of Colo
rado to visit the famous Morlslnl es-
tate. En route Our Mutual Girl anil
her nunt go shopping. They motor
tb Joseph's Fifth avenue millinery
shop where they make their selec
tions. This Is your opportunity to see
the newest fashions In millinery. Don't
Copyright 1811. by the Panama-Paolflo International Kxpoaltkm. Phote by W. W. Bwadley staff photographer.
SAN FRANCISCO. Thousanda at inquiries from all parts of the world are being received at the headquarters
of the Panama-Pacific International Expoaltlon. The Exposition management has been deluged with letters
from Intending visitors In 1016 aeklng for such data as will help them In making plana to visit the Exposi-
tion. During the past six months 3140 letters of Inquiry from offlrlsls of commercial scientific educational
sociological and other organisations have been received by Mr. Jsmes A. Barr manager of the bureau of
conventions and societies of the Exposition.
In answer to these Innumerable questions Mr. Barr has prepared a booklet giving complete Information upon
the many varied topics which hsve been the subject of Inquiry.
Just the data which thoussnds are seeking Is contained In this booklet the "Exposition Fact-Book" which Is
being circulated among members of conventions congresses and societies throughout the world. All of the data
will be of Interest to Intending visitors. There Is no romance about the book. It Is a plain statement of facta and
as 110 great conventions and congresses have already voted to meet in San Francisco In 1116 there Is but little
doubt that the information will be eagerly received.
To accommodate conventiona the Exposition has jet aside 11. 000. (too for the building of a huge auditorium at
the civic center of San Francisco. The munclpallty has donsted the land for the building which will accommodate
Festival Hall on the Exposition grounds will hsve a caparlty for 1.000 persons. Huge pipe organs will be In-
stalled In thts building where great singing contests will be held.
Some of the leading organisations which will hold congresses or conventions In Ssn Francisco and vicinity la
1116 either In the Auditorium the Festival Hall Stanford University or the University of California are the Inter-
national Congress on Education. International Efficiency Congress. International Congresa on Marketing and Farm
Credits International Electrotechnlcal Commission. International Electrical Congress. International Council of
Nurses. Panama-Pacific Dental Congress World's Insurance Congress International Engineering Congress Interna-
tional Gas Congress International Congress of Authors and Journalists. Woman's World Congress of Missions
National Congress of Mothers National Drainage Congress Congress on Marriage and Divorce American Red Cross
American Historical Association. Association of Collegiate Alumnae Association of American Universities Ameri-
can Society of Mechanical- Engineers American Gas Institute Astronomical and Astrophyslcal Society ot America
International Association of Labor Commissioners. American Electrochemical Society National Association of Rail-
way Commissioners American Society of Animal Nutrition. American Institute of Electrical Engineers National
Liberal Immigration League American Breeders' Association. American Academy of Political and Social Science
American Home Economic Association Insurance Commissioners' National Association American Academy of Med-
icine Associated Harvard Clubs of America. American Bchool Peace League. National Education Association etc
jmotcra object the obvious
BIG LEAGUE GOSSIP
High batal O'Brien 603.
The members of the college team
are members of ths A. Ik M. Euchre
Goggles and Eye Protectors. Anon
csn made; the best in the world. 100
to gti.vu. .;i i'uso Optical Co.. Inc..
108 Texas street.
The greatest self-control la shown
by the patriot who caln make a lucky
guess without boasting of his Good
glasses T Asa besalt tss Mesa.
The phone match between Lbs liio
Grande Bank team sad tne New Mx-
The United Htatee la third among
the world's naval forces. If thst will
mske you feel any better or safer
which we doubt
New York seems to lead this far
flung nation In the matter of murder
mysteries as well as la several other
Many ball pluyers "winter" on the
telfic coast. It is a great place to
'winter" and most of them "winter
well. The days when ball players did
not know whero they were going to
get their next meal from In the off
season are practically pnsi. situraw
tells a story of how the club owners
used to keep a flru going lu the mute
n Ihe club house of the old Ualtlmore
team for the accommodation uf the
players who did not have any other
place to "winter." Most of them had
heir Dank roll all spent Dy tne nrsi
January anyway and uere making
overtures toward a little ad
the next season s salary.
But the ball nlayera on the coast
are "wintering" well as. 1 have said
some of them playing bull some at
tending to their orange groves others
Chief" Meyers dickering here
nd there for a piece of California
property and others like myself Just
loafing and playing giilf which is the
same thing. The first question which
one ball player aska another when
they meet ul the spring training camp
"How did you winter.' That
formula Is almost as old as the Hlg
Leagues and as far as I tan see all
the players In the Pacific coast part
of the country can make only one
reply: "I 'wintered' fine."
In fact the players out here have
been "wintering" so well that the of-
fers of the Federal league have not
attracted any of the men I have talked
with since this organlzulion broke out.
Tesreau told me only the other day
that. In spite of offers he was going
to stick with the old sbo
"Even If 1 thought the Federal
J-cague hud a chance 1 wouldn't
throw McGraw down now
time and money he has spent stlcklug
to ine and developing me as a pitcher
h said. "How about you Maliy?
I mid Tesresti that there was no
i hain St of me ever leaving tits Qiatttl
as long us they wanted me and that
I had dune very well aod had receiv-
ed excellent trestment since 1 had
been with the New York club. From
1 1. i.i point on the Federal League In
my opinion. Is going to be up against
tough proposition in gelling Hlg
Lesgue players for the reason Ihul
the promoters set s bad precedent
when they announced that the money
i the salaries of both Tinker
snd Kusbe for three years had been
deposited in the bank to their credit.
Of oourae it was necessary to put up
the coin lo convince Tinker and
Knabe of the reliability of the league
bee suss they are two smart players
snd expert financiers but it should
have been kept a secret. 1 don't blame
Tinker and Knabe a bit for Insisting
but see the way it works. Every Big
League player sppnaihed by the
Federal now will Insist on the money
to cover the term of Ins contract st
the salary figures mentioned being
deposited 1A the bank to bis credit
player1 1 have over
Now 'Joe' has gone and stolen
'King' Cole on whom Chance hud
been counting to do a lot ot pitching
for him. in M season and to strengthen
Ills stuff. II Is no secret that (
bad nctbr but Chance munnged him
one o af and gol n lot of hurichull out
of him. He thought he could again.
However. 'Joe' run;' not bo altogether
tu blame for this move. In fact I
don't think he Is knowing him ns a
square fellow as I do. Probably Cole
thought he Haw trior money In Chi
cago and Tinker's baYkors forced him
to sign the pitcher In spite of
(Copyright 1014 by the Wheeler
".Matty's Hlg League Gossip" Is S
regular feature of this paper. It ap-
pears on the sporting page every
Monday Wednesday and Fflduy.
"Well you dlxl it for 'Jog' Tinker
and Knabe why not for me?"
In tills way the. promoters of the
league are going to nave a lot or
mofiey tied up In players If they make
the raid which they threaten before
they ever open their gates. Also the
moral effect of Tinker and KMtttl
jumping is lost because smart Hlg
Leuguers reullxe that It was the
money put up and not their faith In
the league which first enticed them.
Now If the money had been put 111 a
bank but tho fact concealed BO thai
other players approached would
believe that these two wise birds IiMtl
Joined because they knew the league
to be a go tho new organisation
Id have grubbed off more slurs.
As It Is I don't believe they are going
get very many unless they go far
lu excess of the present major league
salaries In their offers and iosi the
money. The hail players I have heard
talk declare that they would not
listen to propositions unless the
money wen. deposited to their credit
and the contracts had mors than
year to run. They don't want to glv
tin a sure thing for it flivver tiritl
Ditnnr salaries will buy little besides
"I'd want to see the money In th
hank If I was going to J .in the Fed
erttls" declared Tesreau the tithe
day. "A ball player would be sucker
to take a chance If ho didn't."
But considering Ihe money that
th Federals slread) have tied up.
there must be. I hunch of capital be-
hind the new leugne. At this willing
at leust 3300.00(1 In cold cash must
have been disposed uf for players
leases on park sites ct According to
the announced plans and raids much
more will be spent. It does not seem
as If the new nig.tnltalion would take
a chance on sinking all that money If
the backers Were not sure of Us go-
lug through if I hail been Tinker tu
one of the other Hlg Leaguers wh-i
Jumped I would have hud a lawyer
go ovei the contract with a very fine
tooth comb to make sure lin n- was
no "Joker" In It or loophole through
which the backers could leak out In
case of dir. isi. i Tinker doubtless did
thts as he Is tt pretty good contract
maker. At this writing I have not
found any one who has seen a Fed-
eral League contract so there Is no
chance of saying how strong It Is or
v. hat It provides.
The old saying thai all is fair in
love and war should he rovl Bti ani
expurided. Now It should read or. lu
fact. It always should have reutl. "All
is fair In love war and base Dull
For years Tinker and Frank
Chance were the closest of friend
while both were
bold of the Kdl and Chant e. of the
Yankees i recall a series thai Clnola-
natl was playing In New York last
ri mmer while the New York Amer-
Irrns were winding up a western trip.
Chance left his team for the las'
game and hurried to Mesj York so as
to meet 'Joe' Tinker. He hastened !
the Polo Grounds In his cur. and hud
a lung talk with his old side kick. Ihe
two remaining together sll tin cm -l.'.ng.
They talked over the! I nntii-
igtiial troubles and each hud plenty
lo say at that time and much
sympathy lo extend to the other Aft-
er the meeting between Ihe Iwo
"Frank Chance Is the best friend '
tray lit the wni lil lie gavu me the
chance to become famous as a Cub
snd he has aloud by me through thick
and thin He taught me all liu- bast
ball I know and showed his coi
fldence In me by turning over tl
team for m to take charge or whei
ever he was forced to miss a gau
while leading the Cuba"
Said Chance: "Tinker has had
jU uth.i IKTTrfoUl. AUTO
1 W I AND MAVOb.
Indians Whipped l .th nil In Sortie
lly far ilatorlulrtl I'ri tt
' 'oh. ican. Hlnitloa Jan. 29. After a
full day of fighting yusterday iigulnsi
fed grain who had made a sortie out of
liiiiiyimiK Into the country held by the
Yuiiul and Muyo Indian constitution-
alist troops Ihe Indians found them-
selves In full possession of the field
according to reports received during
the night at const It titlonullst hend-
qu. triers here.
it was stated here that the attack
was part of a plan to surround Gen-
oral Carrunzu here.
Nearly 100 bodies of federal soldiers
........ f.oirot or th.. l.t.HI I t t.l
ou probably noticed that the man
ager or tne nations largest poumy
farm eloped with a chicken. There
Is peril In propinquity.
i Pure Buckwheat Flour
FROM NEW YORK STATE.
The Kind That Makes the Old Fashioned Cakes.
10c per Pound.
3 Founda for 25c
10 Pound for 76c
REAL MAPLE SYRUP
From East Dorset Vermont.
Quart Cans 50c Each.
You'll anticipate breakfast with greater delight when
these good things are in the house
PHONE 5151 PHONE
"Watson"s Groceries Are Famous for Quality." &
on tin; Cubs ami
when Tinker look I
Automobiles for Hires
ee r.r n..
I Nsrts rswsas ISt
HACK and AUTO STAND.
WESTERN MOTOR "SK tires
SUPPLY COMPANY 400 2m5i Strot
WRITE FOR CATALOGUE
BORDERLAND AUTO SUPPLY COMPANY
Art 15 Less Than Old List
LEE QUALITY HAS NO! CHANGED
ABE R - CLEMENTS
AUTO SUPPLY CO.
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