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   New Mexican (Newspaper) - April 2, 1924, Santa Fe, New Mexico                                PageTwa SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN rOBAY'S HEWS OF GY WILLIAMS TO GIVE BAMBINO AND WWILLIAM'S A "BUSY SEASON (BV THE ASSOCIATED PKESSJ "Cy" Williams, donated outfielder and ilugger of the Philadelphia who the league Mason in home rune with 41 circuit clouts. Is sharpening hie eye this spring to give Eabe Ruth of the Yankees, home run king of baseball and Ken Williams of the St. Louis Browns, a "ot race 'or the honors this season. The tall slugger smashed out his fourth circuit drive of the spring raining series, helping his club to shut out the Brooklyn Dodgers. Only one Fournler, the big Frenchman, got a single through ;he box. Clyde Grouse's heavy hitting behind a flock of bases on bails on some daring base running by Captain Eddie Collins and JOB Rabbltl of the White Sox, enabled the American leaguers to triumph over the New York Giants, 'heir traveling companions. It was the second victory in three games with ho National league champions. Claude Jonnird, Glarft pitchr, wrenched a knee In the game, and will ic out for a The return of Johnny Kelleher to third base has given the Boston Staves considerable more uneasiness KelEeher, who will fill the shoes uf the late Tony Bofickel, killed In an automobile accident at San Diego, Calif.j stepped around the hot corner Jn fine style and cut off several cracks which Eooked tike hits. Tho regulars staged an exhibition COFREE ANEW EXPERIENCE FOR COFFEE DRINKERS GROSS, KELLY COMPANY WhoEenle Albuquerque, E. Vegas, Santa Fe with Yannlgftns, which the latter won when Nixon trip tied, with two on. while Jess Uuruea iHtl splendid work on tho hill. BABE KIDS' IDOL "Uabe" Ruth, king of swat, con- tinues .to, bo tho friend of children. At the game against tlie Ilocticster InternnUoMa, more than youngsters camped arquncl Ruth's iiositlon In the out field, So anxious was the llshe to do his stuff for tho kklsr he broke'the bat with which lie cracked out his rccortt hbmer at'Mobile tho'pthor day. The best he did ivlth the stick was double, but the Yankees won n-liilo about persons- cheered at the call of f American Leaguera. Connie Mack anrt his Philadelphia Athletics win break cump ut Mont- gomery, Ala., and leave for' home where thoy meet tho Satur- day in the first of a seven game series. Av EllioU, first base aspirant Chicago Cubs will 'bo unable to nmj- until .Inly or August as a result or a broken ankle- sttlttrcil in r. slide t'lo sccon'l Ijafio in llio slunfiius Lalch with the IMltsbuvgh Pirates at v'tiBmnu, Ariz. ELLIOTT IN HOSPITAL Klliott will roinaiu in n Kintmnn hospital lor al least leu days h'lina of KlDgman, home of Gcorgo Gran- llianin, young second. of tho C'lts, pTGsojiicil tholr idol wlifi u din- inonil ring nnil Ihe player Eho nn- exuected by coining back with a homo run smash. Tho smash won tho game, Pitcher Dick Falvoy, who gained [nine at Notre Dame and one of the most liked youngsters at the; White Sox training camp wan considered not ripe for the big show anil was sent to the Beaumont, Texas, league club under" option call. Yesterday's roaulls: Philadelphia 4; Brooklyn DOS ton' (A, 8; Fort Worth, New York 1; Rochester 0. Columbus 7- Cincinnati 6. Chicago 17; Pittsburgh (N) :i. 7; New York G PIRATES AND CUBS PLAY IN ALBUQUERQUE Tin1 ('hk'iigo 1'iiUs iiiu] Ihi- I'ittH- Imi'Kli I'irau-s. two of Hu> leading Nu- lionai Li'ajiun totims, on thnlr way from training cumins tn (.'uUfornhi, will tilon In ami play u Kiiiim them. Tltovn IK tmthUKlasin itliotit this Katuo, tit> tl Is the first major LCUKUO teams that 1m vo [ilayod tlifi'O tn Into ymir-s, 'HUTU u liivKo fcoliifi from horn lo witness I tin conU-st tomorrow. Itoth ClncuKD inn! an.! con- sider oil luMinuiif. nniU'ndovs and prohiilily OMU of thctn will win Hie National learnt- c-Jmmiiioutihlii mu) world's championship this year, hi tho liuoupri ul Ihu Iwo tcums are iinny well known atni'd. IHtlslnivnh IUK Mnx Cart'y, tho loading basu- tortltir Hnbo Adams, thy veteran ill chcr i Habhit MurntiviUe, jnfEolilcr. incl many other etilebrltion. Ciilcngo ins rover AlOMimlor. butter known IB Alexiuiiler tho Grout, one pf tho K'st pltchoi'H in lhc> gaum loday. They have O'KaiTd, onts of Uio hpst hers; KJUEfor, caiclior and man- r; (jrnnthiiiLi, formorly of King- nan, Arizona, now ono of tho best !n- jelders In llio anil runner ni> baao honors. Ttiuy also nive many other wall known players. riio Cuba 1m vo with thorn Hob Os- rno, nn Paso boy who has liiid mt'tenric Three years ago came with an Kl Paso team (o play igalnst the Grays In Albuquerque, and :hc Grays win) were Kolut; Rood fonh'l nrtto easy and hatted him hard. Hut Oahorne was young and con- imied to improve, anil after pitching 'tioil semi-pro ball around Til 1'nso was signed by the Wlchitii FaVn, nb league club, ntul hint (all was Cteil by tho Cubs, and is now making pood. A flor tho Cubs-Finite Bamo was nrt- rtlsLMl. for a while it looked llko it tunl to bo called ofl' as thoy had no grounds in Albmiucrquo, but later they made arrangements to at Univer- sity field. When it looked as though they couldn't play in Albuquerque, Dim Ortiz, who always tries to get fioml Americans Go to Montreal to Save Life of Condemned New York Youth Montreal, Quc., 2.......-Led by the Duchess ot Richelieu, a delegation of Americans has arrived In Montreal bent on saving1 tho life of AValter Mulr, a New York youth, who awaits hanging Friday for murder. They have petitioned for a commutation ol sentence to life impnsor.unent. ihiir, 20 years old. shot Henri La- Vnlllette, In tlio hotel Windsor m Valley Field last September. His de- fense was that ho fired his pistol at the floor to frighten oft" a man who was bullying a cripple. CLOSE SCORES, KEEN RIVALRY IN NATIONAL BASKET MEET Chicago, III., Ain-ll linal block of first round games, the open- ing games of the second round and the first, round of the consolation meet are scheduled for today in Ihc Nation- al interscholasllc basketball tourna- ment. Close scores and Iteon rivalry fea- tured most yesterday's games. One of the first upsets of the Umrncy oc- curred when Lane Tech, Chicago, lost In Painted Post, New York. ]fl to the victors representing a town with Let's AlsoBuild Roads They Can Praise Tourists in steadily increasing thou- sands broadcast throughout the country the scenic wonders and marvelous natural resources of the West. Let us give them something else to talk about. Motorists know roads. They know that in economy, comfort, safety and all around satisfaction no other road performs like Concrete. The Concrete Highway has repair built out, and the maintenance built in. It saves gasoline and repair bills. It length- ens the life of thp car. Free of dust, mud, ruts, and bumps, it is always easy to drive over. Firm, rigid, unyielding.it is also skid-1 proof. You can get more Concrete Roads if' you boost and work for them. The Portland Cement Association has' a personal service to olYer individuals or com- munities. This service is designed to give you more ior your money whether you use Concrete or have it used (or you. Om toolilcl R-3 Itlli many Mcrttanl Ifilngi aioul Concrete Readt. Wiile office for copy. PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION Ideal Building DENVER, COLO. cA National Organization to Jpipro-rc and Extend the Ilia of Concrete Offices in 30 Cities a populuUnu smaller than the enroll- ment of the defeated school. Two overtime periods neces sary before Madison. S. bent Su perlor, Vfis., 25 to 21. Yesterday's first rouml results: Painted Post, N. Y.. 10: Uiuc, Clli cago. Mnnchoster. X. H.. 2S; Tioisc, hluho Florence, Miss., 27; Meilfonl, Ore gon, 25. Wichita, Knnsas. HiinliHOti. lUr Ala., 29. ICast High. Coliimlms. 41; MGiiau! Alhtlqucriiiie, N. M., IS. Untile Creek, Olich.. Conncl Uliiffs, la.. 13. E! Reno, Okla., IS; Spokauc. Wash. 17. Madison, S. D., !3; Superior. Wis. Walla Walla. Wash., Chartottos vilio. Vet., flames rtnintl- 9 A. Mass.. vs. Hoiili 10 A. FarBo, K. U., vs. Lexiiig ton. Ky. 11 A. Kla. vs. VanKUltch rtnli. 12 Colo., vs. War- 21'. Micii.. VK. Harhors, Minn. i! P. Ills., vs. Emjioria, Kansas. 1 S. n., vs. I'liattu- nooga. Tenn. 0 P. Pa., vs. Texas. ('1'.M. S. C., vs. North- western, Detroit. SECOND ROUND 7 I'. Miss., vs. Wiciil- la. K.-IIIH. S HlKli. riiliiiiihus vs. Dattle Crook. Jllrh. .Mo., lie- no. Okla. 10 Post. XCM- Ymlr. vs. Madison, K. Dali. Consnhillon limet firsl roiuiil; 2 P. Idaho, vs Medforrl, Ore. P. vs. llcnalil. X. -M. 1 i'. U'asfi., vs. P. WIs.. Cliar- loltcsville, Va. FINE ATTITUDE BY ED THOMAS; HE APPRECIATES SUPPORT GIVEN Ed Thomas, defeated Democratic candidate for mayor, today: "We made a fight which re- sulted in ossurlng the cUy of Santa Fe a good business administration during the next two years. With Mr. Jnffa as mayor, and the five repre- sentative business men elected as aldermen, the people of the city can be certain that their Interests will be properly protected. I appreciate the splendid support fliven me and par- ticularly appreciate the cooperation received from all the other candi- dates on the Democratic ticket. 'If I can be of any assistance to the new administration or lo the city of Santa Fe, I am always at their command." events for this town, made an effort to Ret them to piny hero In case they couldn't play in Albuquer- que. After the ganio was assured for fiucrrfiio, Ortiz Hied to get them to play hero on tho next dny Init thoy had their schedule already filled up. DEMOCRATS WIN IN GALLUP; HAVE GOVERNED CITY FOR 8 YEARS Trial Tube FREE Mail Coupon A Famous Beauty For 40 lo a Fmich-tvpc Clny By Edna Wallace Hopper two Bi'ore yr-ura 1 Ij.-i'ii a Thus uiuny woim-n In 'id mil famous lie-limy. For :li u sci-m In ilioji l.-ii Anil star. Yd I sllll pluy youiiK Bills' siiKmlli, tiativ-llho ciiini.lc'xltm Jim-Is. And I look as yomiR niul win- wliat i minimi] nm> will do SOIHB as I iliil when L IJWKIIII. ONE MUST USE CLAY Tilt; reasmi HOB in In Ips for which 1 searched lliu vvorhl. 1 ''I11.11 IULVI? HUppliL'il Uicm lo jmmy otliofs, jnliit Ilioy sccurod llko re-nulls. 1 know <'Hil :heiu to bo the bc-Hl helps hi L'xist- hiiv euco. Ko. coimllosd riMjiii'sis, I j h'iall Gallup, N, M., API II Demo- crats carried the town election by 170 maiorHy increasing, it over two years afoUj matOng eight successive yeprs of Democratic ndministi atlon. AH pre- cincts heard from. Keepers, Mlgn-st has over one hundred and eev- enly. He a former Princeton end was a student under Wood row Wilson. The result Is regarded as n victory for A. T. Hannett whose posl- llon with the state Democracy Is greatly strengthened. 20 Pacers to Enter Big Derby Knlumimw, Mich.. Am'il American racing Derby, tho lilSBoat 'event over' raced in Aim-rira. TlaS atlracli-d 43 nnniirm tlmis of i hi- known per. ronncis in the country. The dortiy will lie over Hit- Itocrcatton Park track hrrr July 21. .luring tile an- nual grnmi circuit mretiiiK. At least CO horses arc pxpcctcd to start. 43 nominations aro. from 17 states and two Canadian provinces, anil roprosi'iit nil Hie host Known atablos. j Grand circnlt officials now Ijclievo the actual valhe of tho race will ex- ceed 530.000. Thc nioliny will lie divided 70 [icr cent to I In- winner 20 ner lent to second pluce ami 10 per cenl lo din show The list of IKIVSPH fallows: Colonel nidwoll. Knap Frisco. Kin ney Silk. Ilniwn Forhes, Sir Itnhei'l Hall. (Milled l.ady Second, Grey Volo Prince Direcl, .Mill-canst Simnglrr Gentry II., i.iheity. Auio I'aco lira-   useless mud romyvuMl. It is whiiu clean nn (I duiiity. It PinhmliOtt sovoral ntidctl factors wlilcli bring nuiltiplioil lesuHs. This super-clay, wfiich cull mv While Youth Ctay, will lirlnij to any- one now Ideas nf a NEW BLOOM AT ONCE New Hcanty and new hkunu ctnno quickly to tho of Voiiih ('lav. R inures tho shin of all (hut clos-s ranges of siiHuwnosti, lilack- hcatls aiul bloinlshes. It brinpH tlio Wond lo thp skin (o nourish anil vovlvu it. The result is tlmL rosy afterglow which KO unuixi-r, and dollghls, U firina Uio skin, combats all1 lines and rcililiri-s jioros. lluf. tlio clay of today LH Ihih (yiie Youlh ('u which t'ctonro has Kilna Wullju'o Hojipri-'ti Youth In supplied by all lollfL comik-rs. I'rico, fiOr uiid tier tnln'. Also my Voullt fra wlik'h shonld follow tlio clay, j my KtH'lut Youth, my famous li] fli'jinscr. Also my Jlair Youth, H: Inxuriant hair. li. i MU h' i I ft If Lillt I JfiUI K oauty Hunk pomca with oucli. I every Kii'l HU ihese inalchlcss hiOps i I TRIAL TUBE TREE I iuviUi you '.o Iry tny Wli Youlli Clay at my Wi.. tiiuuc below mid mail tills com--: loilny. lEdn.i Wallace Hopper, Inc., l.nlio Shuro Hi'ivp. ino TJ-OI? tubo of _ 1C ilb Hook. Clay, also your -Value, Address thrown and nnivevHlly hif-h oTfliiiala. call L'OlllU tO Ijlll CiiU' "nr REPUBLICANS DROP SEED OF RELIGIOUS ISSUE CAREFULLY n touch with college] (lint licKiiiRcrl lo Hi. I'rcsfik'iitH anil other KUui and dint Mr, CoinvHy.t It Is tin uxiiorlctu'O ln; kllow wlielhcr (lu'sp m-Y II-IMI tnls.' but dial lie liiiilii' cffoils -in Katni-cliiy lu Of on i. only Tivo lilins who wins ullKlhli! lu-tOW Haiti, tinil C ciiUod ;it tin; locomotion lo tins 'ii Iwo and Bergere and Conway Inform Sis- ters at St. Catherine's About Ku Klux Story. JOHNNY PROMISED TO INVESTIGATE THE STORY Was the "religious fssue" injected into the city campaign which ended yesterday evening? It was rumored before election, on election day, and after election, 1hat some of the Republicans deliberately actively, maliciously and persistently spread lies about Ed Thomas, Demo- cratic candidate'for mayor, to the ef- fect that Mr. Thomas was a Ku Kluxer from Texas, the happy hunt- ng ground of the K. K, and that he was violently More A FLY'S LJFE H WOB round :il Mm F'anlcurlf'" that I lie InnKnsL Hfo of a f.J.vij IhiU two -mil I tltiya, so that nt r. rrjsMr-iit-; m' l-'i- Mfn-'d M lliri-IL' tiro Hoi-KOtv. n-slnti'i- nf .tho' r S liiml lho winter months. offic-i fonnorly Inn I Kra-cjHl Ilii'sn runini'ri that M Tljoinas a ninmhcr of (ho 1C. H K. and iiatl sproacl (Iioin OVLMI HIILOII It was rumored (Hal tliesti K K K stories, KMroiul cltirhiff Hi cainpuffe'ii J-M Tlmnias. Inn I in trail sclioo] in an rfforl to iniiHla of t] fttra which on iinliLj hut Bupnr novpr Iny PKRH. Some l' of moat or anhiiii] food la noccstC tltoni. RE1 MRS. FLORENCE of Dctnncralii: IHrsKiMl Jitfiiinsl for mayor. MOTHER JOSEPHINE DENIES A rcnm-tin- of Lhn Ni-w lo- fluy Inlei'Vfiswi'd MoflKsi1 .Tosuplijinj, llio local IIMII] of din ordor. nnd -iskcri wtiotlirr slit! would roinmuiit oil than if elected, Ed j II Thomas would use the office of I Fnsltivfjly Hits mayor to suppress even Catholic AlIYfd M. 1) Vnerals passing through the streets.' U. a. hind rifflrc, liail NEW Moran, New OH cans, and Luis Vicenlini, Chile, were eJQncd [o firjht 12 rounds at 136 pounds May 2, in York. NEWARK, N. Stribling, Macon, boxer, will receive 024.33 his shore and Mike Me- Trgun, liyht hcnvyweight champion, of the world, benicn by Etri bl iny, will receive a result of their recent bout, SPOKANE. invitation to stage the Carpenller-Gibbons bout on July -I, at S poka nc, was t e I c- graphed to Floyd Filzsimmons, a promoter. And .is for the De Vargas and Coi 3 us Christ I inter- isting nrid pious customs followed by about six thousand Santa Feans year after would have to Btop! REPUBLICANS MADE DENIAL The Uf1 o{ (loniuls fit 1tiis cliiii'fiQ of Injuctiny u iHlKfmis ISKUC Into Mid TJnij' vt-ry wllt'n WFIH iciiay Kn at, Hio rnnwnt Klnx kliin rumor Modior Jnsci GREELEV, Gartin, welter weight knocked out Flannoati, Deovcr, m the seventh round of a scheduled 10'found bout. 1.03 Nationalist, Filipino flywciflbl San Francicco a over Abe Gordon, of Port Ni nd. RUBBAGJAGHElAr Kiilnrya mil so backaHto I 'No! Yoiir in canned by lurn- nr a s'l'.-iiti and Mr. did sovcrul wc-'ll-iimwn Sljr Hiild Mr lirr- pcro iJrclnrcd tluit Mr. VA Thotmis. very nun." :intl Unit Mr. Kiiltt lind .man! llu-sc K. K. K. minors nbrml ML'. li [IttH] IK-PR circLilalffl in tin- rainuiiEgii, lnjt hitd "I do CONWAY WOULH FIND OUT Mnihfr .liiKi-phftii'. John Vhif-i-nt C'ornvjiy iTH this riliDnrs thai 'I'hiiiiuiM WJIH a Ku Kluxer. SIii> Kiili] Lfiduy Mr. (jilh'fl (lie ruiivmt Siidlf- rltiy iiinl fininiiK (jtljci- St. Jacdht; Oil. Jtuli it. on your ful and j ______ Rich Milk, Malted Grain ext. in powder form, makesThc Food -Drink for A3! Ages. Cooking. Alight Luncli always ot hand, Alto hi Tablet form'. Ask for "Horlick's" et all Fcutitatna. far Avoid Advice for Women of All l''cjrt Kinlth. i'. IMf-LT.s'H ronicrlioH rvcr itt n v-rry yinniK I cijns ry arr- (hut IH lor i !ilw.iyD look Ihf I'ro HI' as a [fiminiiin tutilc when iiri vims mid rirsiumdcnl H riJllff. :1f wriH rntl. nf nrdi-r I ttiok OL'l X. llili. j Vonr clfiiuKlnl a yon llnsr DIIM vcnifilii's in trihlchi 01- Ik Hi) not your licilltll. fitlo, N. Y., fur frei: inrfiirul uijvitf CALUMET AND ARIZONA INCOME FALLS BugarHe Grata Suparltfi Nut Ualott Lump Omera Ijimp All Kln.Is Steam CEDAR Split for Range PHONE 85 tie., lie.. CerrlDos Ccrrllloa KEI J OaMalo :.l Oalirtlllo Nul Mimero T.i: ArrlhriH-Ko All S P1NON Sawed for Fircplaa CAPITAL COAL YARE L   

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