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ALBUgTOtQUB mWMQ HBBALD, TUESDAY. OCTOBERS, 1912.
STEWART
Stoves and Ranges
' EACH ONE
GUARANTEED
to give satisfaction. Made
by the oldc3t manufacturers
of stoves in America.
FULLER-WARREN CO.
Before buying see the largest
and best assortment of Heaters
and Ranges displayed in town
AT
RAABE & MAUGER
JaaT&ilrfBBBVBBlBHBBBBl
tllanta had difficulty In locating tho
Will.
1Vnimr doubled to loft. Cady tnc
rlfiveu, Ilflrroc to Merklc. Wagner
Wood out to C'randAll to
took
a, im
third.
Mi-rklo. Wnnor wa Hold ut third.
Iliopi-r lltied to'Doyle. No fjin, on
, iiii .no error.
; Hi'-mul Half- It mu thn aianttf
1 1aM h i f ii nil two run wer needed to
lie ,nnl three to win. Murray went
to Mi i.i.it tind the crowd yelled for
a mi Murray ma to Hooper,
.Mcrkh iiiki"! centcre, and the
New York Inns took courage. Her
XOg got ii -! I. Kl- to light, Jtorkle tug-
Ink second. Tlx stands were In an
iiprimr Mini i red continuously.
HiieclutorH thr cushlona on tho
, fli-ld. Mfrl.ii k-.nd on Meyers'
I double. II i.".K tn.nK third. Hook
er ran for .liyi- l iM. hor struck
out.
t'riindftll murk .1. 'mo run,
three hits, no cirurK
New York.
A. i: M I'' A. K.
Iv,ri-. If a 1 o 'i ) o
iJoyln, ah 4 J 2 i V 0
liMli;nirn, c( 4 1
Mnrifiv. rf 3 0 1 I " 0
Meikle. Hi 4 I II.' '
ItuzoK. .1h 4 0 2 I 1
.Meyerr, n 8 0 i ' I 0
H'-i ki-r, xx 0 0 0 i ii
Fletcher, m I o n "t 1 i
Tesnau, t tt 0 o u .: "
.M 'i rinlck, x .... 1 0 0 I) "
('runil.ill, , 1 o u ii I '
Totals 33 3 X S7 I I 1
115-117 NORTH FIRST ST
Hol
New
x M.i'ormlck lifltlr-d for Twremi
x Meeker run for Meyers In ninth
innings.
000 Ofil 300- I
II
Vnrk
Ii Illicit UHfinril II IJ (ill. Ill, I lie Ullll' I i, ill .,n
inn v. Ii 1 1 ii tun of phnt'.gr.iph - bin, ii'
i
III!
. r. ii. ..kill over thi' rii'h snapshoot
HiK 'In plnwrs. 'I'hr lou.-r grand
it. .ml u.m I. link with people iiml hh
ti no i lii' (lin k iiIhIi- began to choke
v. ill l In throng, tin- khI hh were
iiinil. There were only n few barn
iliiiti in thi- Meld bleachers. The
HuMion id Ii-kiiIIoii, waving ri'd flags,
Ullll III- .ml of lirilHK llllllll, liellcil
to hM'p on luhjn tho feverish i'Xi
tm m of i h i row i.
triki'M.
runs,
tin: ..mi; hy innings.
llrhi Inning,
Flr-I Imlf -.Mayor Ciiyiinr Ihrcw lh
Imll out In .MiyiTC. Iliinr wnlkcil,
'Iminuu liflnK (iini'W hiit uiiHtwiily.
yrliii- hum out, Duyli' to Mirkli',
lliMi.i-r tukliiK HiToinI on the ilV.
Willi -'H'iikiT tin tho i.ioivil riivo ii
i-hii-r siii'iikcr wim mil, Uoyle to
.Mi rklr llooiii r wi-nt lo third on Hh
Iii). l.fwlM f llnil out to 8niili;ruioi.
No inn', no IiHh, no nrrom.
HitoiiiI I ... I r lii'Vorn fiinuiiil. Wood's
iei!il hiih lirrlfic. Ioyli wax out.
WiiljlM r lo Hliihl. HimilKruKg dliiKli-d
In i'1-nli-r. .Murriiy wiilkiid. Miirkh
flh'd out to Whkiht. No ruin, ono
Jill, no rll'iH.
St'i'ouil Innlni;.
I'"linl Imlf (iirilnur wiih fiifo on
1'li'ti ln i'H i rtor. Ii wiih ii itround hull
iiml I'li'ti lur fiinihlfd It InKlly. (Inrd
hit iih fori'i-d nt ni'i-ond when Tun
twiti look Mlulil'it grounder and thrnw
In Kli-lfhiT. Hinlil wiih out mcnlliiK,
.Mi-yerii to liovlo. WxiKWir took hln
hnri' no IiiiIIn Cndy vnn out on n liinjt
fly In Miiriuy. No riinw, no littH, ono
rror.
Hi i onil hnir WiiTxou iiojiik'iI out to
rtlnlil. .Mi yi rH fantiril. Fli.trlHT wiih
STEIN-
BL0CH
SMART
CLOTHES
is our HOBBY.
PRICE plus VALUE is to f
our minds the rock bottom
of success in business.
We are giving to our cub-
' tomcrs the biggest, broad
est dollar for dollar value
t in Albuquerque and we
contend, with the best of t
reasons, that ST1SIN- I
BL0CH Smart OlotOies
ooufer the best value in
the world for the money. '
i Value in style, in Fit, in J
Workmanship.
t They are here, to be tried J
on.
i
We offer them as low as
116.00. t M
t Holeproof Hosiery for
i men, womejn. and children i
J all colon and prices.
mm
E. L i
mm
tin
rrm
I'liinl liiiilinr.
I' r-1 h..i: U I H.ilki'd to lit. t on
foui i,.,, if 1 1 1 1 . i rm rlll' i il, Ti n.
ri.iu to .Mtthli- VotVeiP wim mit.
Mrkli. Wood look Ihl'il.
aih jiUriniKi'ly iii.. ij to i
IlilOki..
yi-rki'H, '
Hiiiiki-r. ft .
Lew In, If.
no ;.iriliur, 3h.
, .St nl.l Ih. ...
iii.iir, hm .
ml, i. , . . ,
Woml, t'.
nit on ti IiIkIi
ruiiii, no lnt,
dv o
no er-
Uoyli. I.
iiik-r
llrm.
f . lM Win
I'luijljir. Xi
mm
Hi'i oiid Imlf Turn iii ii "tni' k out.
Woml Iiiim htrmk out tin lurt IlltUI!
Illl'll Ulli. flli-.ll Illlll. Ill-Mill- '.VUH
Klvi-n. a hitfi- on Ii.-iIIh l,U- i:ot a
loiihli- to lilt, iJevori tikniK third.
It uim u IiIkIi (mil iitnJ fi ll inrir tho
It'ft llnlil foul inn- loo l.ir ,ti for 1'UiIh
to ruach It. I
KnoilKriifn xiru k ut ! viim and
Uolo ni'orud on Alortiij ' nIiikIh to I
'I'litiT. .Murray w.-nt 'Mil tiylilK to
nlrt'U'ti IiIh nil S.i-aki-r, Cady to
Tottiln 31
. . 002 000 0013
Kill,
a. n. n. ph. a. k
113 0 0
0 1 0 1 0
.1110 1
10 0 2 0 0
10 0 1 1 ii
10 0 4 1 0
3 I S ". 3 I
10 111 10
3 10 110
31 I C 87 y 1
Itokton . .'. I
New Vorl( .
It.
I
3
Wanner,
IOIH.
'J'wn rim-, two iiltN, no i;r- I;
Hiiinmurj-.
'rwo-liusc hltn: Doyle, Hooper.
Three-Iiumh hit: Wiixner, Hpenker
llllx: off TeNrrati, fi IiIIm In i
tlinnH at hat In iievin I It It 1 ii KM : off
(.'rtimlall. (im hit In nix IIiih-h at tmt
In two liinltik-'H,
.Siieilflie hllH- Hooper, fatly.
Ijouhle play Hlnhy to Wood.
I. ft on hHMeH: IliiHtoti, r. ; New
Vork. 0
Kirri i.iijii' on hulls: 'Iff 'I'l-nriau.
Ilimlon. 1; N'eu
hall. Ily Woml
I ; liy ('ran
BASEBALL GAME TODAY
Alliiiiueriiii .von the n,-. i, ml
liillile or Hie Mi in m fmni iii.l.i -'e
nt Trai-liini ,.iin today ii; tin-
rcore of r.' in .
INDIAN'S EXPERIENCE
ON PAVING EXCITING
A Navajo Indian, rl'llni,' a lirmii ho.
Iiei-aine hoiiii u Im t mixed In Iiim iIiIih
hIihiIIn lifter noon loday and aili mpt
eil lo mix with tin- Mi inn mil. r ii"
iiilil avenue, lielseeii Tlilr.l mnl
Kllllllll Htlll'tM, A lll't (lie 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 li I ' -
kiiiii,' Ih puliliiK down nev. tnvltii
Auiieieil. the VMirkmen look tin- In
iIIiiii frmn IiIh Inn it ami tln.-w liln.
onln the i einenl Hli I v ii I K ailjnliiiiii
The Itnllatl lei'OM reil hlllim-lf iiin I.
., icratilied Iiin i ii 1 1 and toile a lilm-k
on tin- i-eiiienl hMi-uuII;. He n.i- ile
let lilllii-il lo Ket over tin- win el in
hiiiiii' unv and illdn't Intend In In- in
terli'l'id Willi.
Vi'llnw I " t nt NVm ( irleii lis.
New (rU-iiiiN, int. n A xm-II ih--vi'lnped
i-:iki- of M-llovv hti-r uiih Ink
en Irnin Hie ItrlilHh itinmer I'lmiH'er
when the vi-M"i-l arrived ai iiiaran
tliie Hlallnn nt the inmitli of the MIh
mImIiiI river tmlav Tin ptli-nt In ii
(Ireek, who iMiiirdeil the -i in nur nt
HitntoH, Hn.ll.
I
olf Wood,
I in re on errors
rourlli Iniilim. j i ork. 1
I'll nt hall- (inrdiii r went out on a Mil l.v plti-heil
lllls'h foul IO llelOK. Till! HlllllllH ' ( .Mevern I
were now I'heeiiuK every play that Htnn-k mil Mv Tenreau
n made. Htahl utrui-k out and lliu ! ilnll. Woml. 11.
roiMlx veiled. Tt ureau'ii upllhull wiih Tlnn I "
lireakltiK nhai'l'ly over thn cornern of I I'mplreM ,i i.'ale, Klem; on liitHeM.
Hie pliiie. WtiKner foiilud to Merkle. I l-viiiiN left ti. I-). ii'LoiiKhlln; rits lt
No i ii in, no IiHh, no eirorH. j fh-'d. Itller
m-onil .ml( Murray wim Klven a -
!;r' '"l '.v.". ' VfiV.V.. 1 'i- V.'.I't, . ALBUQUERQUE WINS
III I'l. iini ) . . ... tj .....n'.
hit III Hie worlds ni-ilnh.
.Merklit Htrui k odt. Wood liuriii-il
the hall ucrOHM the vlali- with .hllmlliiK ,
hi d. HerxoK Hinnlid to rnntur, ihn
hull .lioumlltlK over WllRlier'H Iliad.
MnyiTM wenl nut, Vv'noil to Mtuhl. II' r- I
xok look i-i-' iiml. l-'li-ti 1 1 r w.ih iiiioIIh-i- I
Hlrlki-oui v 1. 1 1 in. lenvliu; lleini?:
tilrandt'd at hi- mid. No mux, oin- Ini.l
no rror.".
rifin it'iiiuu.
KlrWWfi ('inly went out. Iioyle t"
Mnrkh. Ti-Hre ni whh now- In Mm 1h-.ii
pltc'lllnif htrlde. Not a lioMon player
hllH tiitidf a h,l ho far. The Ijiaht
plti'her eininM'i a fail-hreaklllK
Hpltler Illlll . WMkeil lllNhont.
Wood wi-lil mil mi a lit ntmilir to
Merkle, uiiiikkIxI'-iI. Ilnojier fiiiild
not mi TeMreiiu'H fnit omi-h and fanu
eil The I In ii t ilt-:nr vviik Riven
round nl applainie ih he tame to tin
hem h No i iiiim, no hltM, no erroi'H.
Sei-oliil half - TeHri'.ltl (drili'k out
He took thin. ItllKllt V HW'lllKN at the
hall hut tailed lo i-onnert. Invore
poiped to I.i-uIm. It iuih a illilni'
h.illle. T. nh an havlni? tim hetlt-r nl
II loli not a HlllK'i' vvlllell liardin-r
mamiKeil to knoek ilown ami the tan
ner tried in Hiri'trh and wan thrown
nil. tJiitiJin-r to Yerki-H. It w.m a
w'onileiliil id op hy hit dm r ui'l an
eiiiallv .'Ine throw to fei oml. No
rumt. mi' mi. no nrrorx.
hUUi iniilnic.
1 111-1-1 half YerkeN Hied In Hliwl-
With Spenknr tip thn IIohIoii faill
vileil lor a hit. KH'iiker hit Tor tlin-o
Ii.ihik iiml m-oreil oil LeWlMM Kl" under
lo ti.ivln who threw the ninmr otu
at llriil Oarduer ntriii-k mn. i)in
inn, "lie hit, no errorx.
Si mid half HnoiljirnuM mife when
Warner fumbled bin Rrnimibr it
wiih a hard hit hall and Immiii-.iI -ut
of Waner'M baud. Murray attempt
fit to mtcrltlC'l hut pupped ll llv Inln
Hliihru 'himdM ami he tln-n t i bed
the llmt haul helole S 1 1 1 1 1; i i ..iild
return iMerkle Hied In Wnnnel'. No
riiup. no liltn. one inor
hcMi'tilh liinliii;.
1lmt imlf -s'lulil out. Doyle to Mer
kle. 'Wiiiiiier Mlnxlud to center, and
th,. liiiHton vrnwd howled. Cady also
nliiKlcd tu fi'iitrr. Wntshnr tnktriK
mid. The ntund wen1 In nn uproar
hh Wood went to the but. Cndy wiih
forced nt uui'oiifl when Doylu took
'Wood' grounder nnd tonnod'. It to
Fletcltur. "WtiKncr wont to third on
th play. WiKiior floored on Hooper'n
duuhlo to rlKht. Wood took third on
tho iduy. The ncnre wn now tied nnd
lliu Uuriton crowd wmh nijulri in an up
rour. Wood boo red on Yi'ikeH' Minnie to
left, Yerke.H took neeotul on the throw
III Hooper nlnn xi-ori-d on YerkeM'
lnnh'. Speaker hIiihU out Threo
ruim, four lilte, no errom.
Set'otid half- Mer.nK wuh the llrnt
Htrlko mil vlriim of tin limliiK Wood
in-cil k'real upeed -inil Khut them arroM
I In- coriii-18 of l ie (ilut' VeyerH wiih
hit by a pltrhi'd hull. M.-yein wait
fori eil at fi'i-nnd no Kh'li'her'M
KroUllder wbh-h Veiki-x tar. w- In Wll.
tier. .Mc'orinU-k went to thn 1iat n
place of Tenreiiu.
McCoriuick Hied to I-a In. No rum,
no liltn. no error.
KlsltUi Junln-f.
Klrwt 1inlf-jriinduH wont In tho
bos for Now Yortt. 1wli went out
on u barn srounqtir to hort utop who
mdo a porftKjt throw to llcrkln.
Cmndnll'" iorvlcn coniUled largely of
a ilow wide outcurvu and an cxjuully
plow drop bull.
Tho chantie of imco front ttte speedy
Teiirenu to tho clow bull of Cm n dull
onied to worry life Ited Hox. Uard
ner struck out. Htahl whh nnothur
utrlko.out victim. No ruim, no hl,
bo rror.
Htcond Jinirpovorii out, "WnRner
to Htahl. It waft a fnst play on Was
her' part .
Doyle wiu another victim of tho
Watfaer.HtahJ route. rlnndgrwm
popped to Ciardncr. No rum, ho hlu,
no erfora.
Klatli pin toff.
I'lrtt JtBlfWcMXl Wll RlVPtl tt
u mm i.d ufMlbfl I'll IIim llnnlriil
lioiiL-h. An thn hduw of the ttrundl
alttud brukv ovr h urouudj tho'j
Eat HigH ,
Feel Right
Fair time or
other time you'll
you can't have a
time unless you
been well fed,
any
find
good
have
i
You can pick our cus
tomers m;hc fair crowds.
They have that happy,
wholesome look the look
that good grooeries produce.
T
PKojnc in
2io west mtM
- .l-.-ut .. . . .
1
I
OOLTEX
Fashions.
I pfjinated hy the leading clothes M
designers or raris and America
v,'s a L. o a
?
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o J p
? f i t
t
?
You Will Always Find Beautiful Stylish Garmenta at
The Store That Sells Wo oltex
AN ounce of seeing is worth a pound of talk. You
should see Wooltex garments for yourself, so
that you may realize how well they meet your
desire for good attractive Suits and Coats.
Wooltex garments have a world-wide reputa
tionand are guaranteed for two seasons wearing.
Fifty thousand dollars are spent every year to
make the styles of Wooltex garments authentic, jre
fined, beautiful to make them the styles that you
and all other well dressed women most desire.
The greatest clothes designers of Paris and Am
erica contribute to the style correctness and attrac
tiveness of Wooltex garments.
Whether you wear then in San Francisco, New
York or Paris you may be sure Wooltex. Coats, Suits,
r Skirts are right in style and quality. See the en
tire line here.
Three Ready-to-Wear
Specials
For Entire Fair Week
SERGE & MESSALINE
DRESSES.
Kerue lirnjiseH In ...,i., stylen;. Iiml
01' Utile jii.il ;iM,.t,'.. McxkiIIIIm
lJeHi.M III all pi, pnl ii t-ll.i.e -tlUOU
Value. Siei'inl for l air W !;
$5.95
MESSALINE WAISTS
lleailllflll Silk W.
leti . xpeinli t ': .a
I'lilr U'eeL
i-dt In lark'e var-
ilue. .spii-htl for
11.95,
SILK PETTICOATS
Pure Silk MeMxaliiie
Mill tell any costume
SMoln fin IVili !
I 'i t 1 1' mi In In
t. .a value.
$1.95
Free Concert
Every Evening of
Fair Week in
Phonograph Dept.
Third Floor
At 44 . . i
SPLENDID DISPLAY
BY KQRBER AI
THE FAIR
Farm Machinery, Carriages
and Eneines in Bier Tent
Center of Attraction in In
dustrial Section.
DEMONSTRATE SIZE
OF LOCAL INDUSTRY
WwWwWMWwm www Www j
IH llo II
Xllll-ll is
fair Hid m
- A.lv
II ilev.-t.ipM. The Knfher
iiin fi-aluri- nf tin xlati-
iie nh'iul.i iiiIhh x.-. iiik It.
I'rohahly there It. no illxplay of
any kind on the t,t() fair tirniimM
that hun ultra eteil ut. much tttteuthtti
iih tho Hpluudlil xlnoltloii of farm
machinery', vehh U h imi liiiplntiuiiiti
of ull klndM and rmill powei- plantx
III the hlu (fit "I tint exposition Oi
riipled by the dixnl.iy of J. Korber
and ('otiipuny of thix city. Whllo the
tent in ti canaciuiix one. it iiiih ncen
crowded t Uh eupn Ity today and
yenterduy nnd the exprcxalonfl of ad
miration nt tho prniliicu of tho mv
local induklry urn many nnd rontln-
uimih. Tho KiiHollne iinnliii-a. hunt ut
work performing tin ir vurloua func
tion, uro of vHpeiiui Intertxl, ns uro
thn vurled mt'chuuluil farm duvlce
npenitod by thw inoiora. Tho latoat
mnchlnofl of Ire International liar-
ventur company are nlvvuyn aurround-,
ud by u deeply lutt reatod crowd nnd
tho samplea of thn fine lino of buK-
Hlea carried by tlila bin concern urn
much udmlred. TIiIh exhibit a th"
llniKeat thing of the kind over aeen nt
a ruir hero and no exhibit unywimru
wan ever KOten up In more uttructlvo
liirm.
A motor truck In Knlnir tn bo placod
on exhibition bufuru Uio end of tho
week, thu flmt vehlclo or the kldd
ever placed on dlaplay horc. Tho ln-
terext hihiwii ny the Villi iunerB
in tint extehxlvo ami ooniploto lino of
far in imii'lilliiirt. uml JiJ.vlei.ii In Ie-
lUlflcatit of the ru-l'ld adomlon of tho
moNt modem furmliiK ineUdda III New
M- xleii. cronlltiR a diinntld which u
uauul Mr. Korber la feddy to fiupply
TUGUiARI MAN IS
GRAND MASTER OF
ODD FELLOWS
L, E. Sherwood Chosen Head of
Grand Lodge Today; Rc
bekah Assembly Elects Offi
cers Tomorrow.
Tho flrnnd I.odKe of)dd Fellow'
and the invmitiibly of thu Uuhekuha
innveneil In AlbuiuurijUn toiluy for u
two day' aeimloti, the Brand lodge la
the Odd Polio wm hull nnd tho nuneni
bly In the A. o. r. W. linll. 1'rnrtlc
ally tho entlru day at the grand lodgo
and tiBMeni'bly wiih devoted to routine'
bualneiw, IncltidliiK tho reiidliiK nf re
porta of tlm various orllee-H, Thn
Kruud lodge lect0d olllcura today, but
thn iiMHomhly will not elect ollleera un
til tomorrow. Tho now otiu-era of the
urn ml IoiIko urn an follows I. K.
Hhervvood of Tueumcarl, grand mna
tor; V. C Hill of ItiMiWell, deputy
grunil maateri T. M. Ullonwood vt
Uiu VegnH. Krand warden ; S. K. Btov
ona nf Albuiiuerriuo, Kra.ul necretary!
W. A. Tenney of Hllvor City, grutnl
troujiurer; ropreiMtitatlve to the ov
vrclgu grand lodg. W. N'. Twlgga of
I'ortiilen. Tho npjxdnllvo, ijlllcera will
bo named tomorrow, '
Thnro will, uc. nn Initiation by thu
Hohoknha In J. o. O. K, hall, ibcslnnlne,
nt 7:411 tonight, Triple Link lodgo per.
forming tho flSti.roe work. Kollowlng
the Initiation, tho merrrburs of ths'
Odd Kollowa grund fodge will bo tho'
8Ueata of tho liuboknha ut a big ban-'
iUt, to which nil Odd Fellowa nnd I
lttdiekahn In Atbuijuenitio am Invited.
Tho Hobekuh UEHODibly la being pre
aided over by Mr. Anna Kmmutt of
iluKwull, VWio la dlatiiot deputy prua
Idetit In the stale.
ninth tho stand lodge and tho aa-
aembly ,uro unuaually yell uUeudod.
1(fw plcturea--rttBtltno!nnd iCryatal
theater?. ' 11
Now n)lci)ri?8 i'vuitlino mid (,'ryatal
thcutero.
PERSONALS.
A N'e.vmanti. formerly of Triniibiil.
.Mid who huh pHeht i-ohHlilerable lime
In this city nt vurloua timet, Ih Hi
Alliuiii.iiii for thn fair with his
phnl.ii4raphli' initlll. Mr, N'ewmanu Ik
one nf thi .best known phut. turn pliers
ii t ie west ami during the pnM year
ii.ih i.iken panni-amle vlewn of prae
tin. llv ill Die big national coflVnntlollH
polUl.-al ami ntberwlae.
.lrn. W. ('. MoDonuld, wli'o of the
Kovrnnr, arrived lum night from
.'. hi. i l-'i in Join her husband here.
I.. II. Inglee, of thu Amerleau
Lumber Company, hun arrived from
the 'mil mountain lo upend xcveru!
duya of fair week In thn city,
I'rof. W. T. Conway, Hiiperlntend
ent of college extetmlon work, and
I'rof Kahlan (larcla, of the hortleul
turn! department, are hero rrom tho
.State Agricultural ColleKo for fair
week, tne giieMla of l'rof. J. 1. Tina
ley. Tho Funeral Dlrertora' Aasoelatlon
of New Mexico hold it meeting In
tho Commercial Hub today, u num
ber of funeral directum from various
parlH of thn state being present.
Charles j. (lluffalo) Jones of Ijis
Alamos, .V, M., him nrrlve.l In Albu
iUritle with .an exhibit of fine bucks
for the fnir.
J. H. Wilcox, nvalHtitnt poat master
ut Hnn Murclal, la In thu city today
attending the fair,
W. M. llurrnwdnle, pharmacist nnd
embulmur of Magdulena, la here In
attend thu fair and to utlund profes
sional meetlnuH.
l'hll Jngnla of I.oa I.unna la hern
for tho fair.
Ham rcdwarda, a well known farm
er and tdiM raiser, la In thu city for
tho fair from 1'untu do Aguu, N. M.
governor Mcdonald is
Slightly better today
Although atlll weak from an nttaek
nf lllneaa which ho suffered several
duya ugo, Uoveruor W. C, McUonuld
ta reporled to bo conaldtirnbly better
today. The governor did not have
Ida rooms ut tho Alvarado hotel dur
ing the day. but rocelved it number
of closo prraunnl frlenda whom hit
uaaurud ihat hlN condition wua much
Improved over yeatordny. Mlsa Cluru
(O)gen, wretnry to the governor, Ih
In tho. city ami Albuqiiermto la nt
preteua practically tho capital of tho
atato.
New plcturoa-Ihuutera.
l'aallino and Crystal
er pictures raatlmo and Crystal
theaters.
MOTORCYCLE COLLIDES
WITH POPCORN WAGON
A i-olllslmi heiuien a moioreyeln
and a popi'ni-ii vmik'oii, sonietlltug un
usual, happened in noon lodnv, when
llenry .IhIiii.-uii, a lliyant messenger,
rldliiK a iiu.iiireyi-le. ran Into u pop
iiirn wiiKun. slatlom-d at Second ami
Jlold aviiiue. Henry rani one of
his lunula through the Kass window
or Hie wiignn. siiNtalniim a number
nf painful . utH. He wiih otherwise
unhurt.
BRUCE BROWN'S HELPER
SUCCUMBS TO INJURIES
f,,fiif"";d W'.r.t ,H neraldl
.Milwaukee. Wis.. Oct. 8. Tony
Heudlarl. mechanician for llruen
Uriiwn who was killed last week whllo
trying ..ut thn Vnnderblli cm. ra" i
I'nurseH this ..y. died today fro..
n ra"oiuV WlV"" Whon U,",r w"
Sl'vtlu nn Knierueiicy.
Noah had Just completed the nrk ami
wan conleuuilatlng the hK hunt In Hi
lence. "1" nnyihlng wrong?" Inin.lred
Shem.
"No. sun. 1 wns just thinking how
im ky we were to he able ilM, lMtt
ship without walling for nn nppro
prlatlon from conurcis " Waahliig.
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