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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. THURSDAY. JULY 15. 1915.
TWO L ES FOR mm clash CANINE 1 I f IN IOWA MURDER WORK NOBLY FOR riVELitL, 1 KJ lVlILm lODays ONLY Mi MYSTERY CASE VICTORY IN WAR Ait Insimiatio x it Large Kennels Main-.X lined in France for frain-JJ to Hn-rc far Si i 1 t .111 ut The Yak- Nigh. Latch is the lock of sec urity .md convenience lecurc became noth ing but it- true Vale key will operate it from the outside; convenient because it can lc operated from tiic inside bv -imply turning a kiiol). The best known night latch is the "Yale No. 41." Wt will explain how it works. RAABE & MAUGER 115-117 North Pint Street. Ma UUI IMfll .i.J il rn III Oil Ml ill fl SI. I I I l AawlU.I lrri ..rrr.p.'ndrsre Pari, June 30 'I in National So-1 ety of Ambulanc,. lions of 1'rancr: iw has eight kennel, where eXssxrtt l such success t h: t tho army In ( in for more than Ihey CM P Two hundred llli.l twenty -fl i ' ' ill. km huve just hern Mnt to aj, I of Ihe 'tout that I Mill"! tM ': eil. These dog accompany p.i ling iinil reroniioit. r Msg Ji.it 1 1- Mo it and curry BtMaM been" " "" A $3 Made-to-Measure Shirt BEGINNING TODAY, we will give away free a $3.00 Shirt with every $15 Suit, made to your measure, absolutely guaranteed in every way, fit and workman ship. REMEMBER THIS SALE CLOSES AFTER SATURDAY. JULY 24. SO DON'T MISS IT. We are determined to give men of Albuquerque the Best Suit that can be made for $ 1 5.00 MM nod sixteen shells of I'd MM Aeroplane fwratshed Ith cannon, nhli h were port of the wiUiiilr on. to the ground.' Ti lths III M I si M I I I Ks ll M i ll Oon, lo-fi6 p. in. I An official report iaud here toUy says th.it Ho el 11 un .M rnuih 1 . 1 . i ii.ii.. . I attack against the left and oxht wing ul th furbish luxe, supported hy warship but they wit optilsd with In ivj losses M.I. II s M Mvl lil t IDKP t.MS o KH I III It IlKs I ADHD TDflllD LHDUn II r riUUDLL NO! SETTLED BY 'F1 iLi TIME CONCESSION of Mrs M.,n.i ColHtUjj to perform t Widow oi Jonathan Innk. ' and in far g i.e. n a member ul that man. The of Taylor count) out-1 as it permits upoaedl) robbed ind nun -1 has urgent Dt mil l Soul ti. the Missouri ! the ,ik In rn md his son. In Hepteinlu r, with the main taJrCS while the stand for the state, a raOMUftasiiainw .... . t itton it had bat n I It takes only tan days f reported thai she WOUl for t in. iii 1 1 m i-. Nth i km anything il the alleged mur I perform it like i trained oldtr. der or the allefed counterfeiters' cave Mttfa I- Taught. I, ihe Catllu farm. ! Tl"' ,r""!l MnttW iui i TrUs of si jinii tin i. old. j to maintain sbsolut, silence until tt,. ' , x, lusive ..r Allot . ! appio.o h of straJican to the to ..' i i... i I not until the enemy Is within nn h i ul hack ommui I nruinary lui.-iiiKcin e i.i inuii ii thai she I vice ho th.it it may ! n ed m our OWB nulls, one 01 the Brgtst HI . ntent Where we make your clothes to yoi corps of men. W e have stores in all th agetnent ami operated by us; our Suits : you all middle-men's profits. Vou will ing over the Fine Woolens, a we have feci Fit and Satisfaction Guaranteed leasnre Shirts, we will give a $3.00 Shirt Free n in this is because we manufacture our Woolens neriea. We have our own tailoring estahlish- individual nK'ai:rciiit,ir. taken by our expert principal cities in America under our own man e direct from our mills to the customer; we save surely make no mistake in COtning in and look ver.tl hundred styles from which to select. Per- Officials Jusl .. m . a. Rawyei durlna Ihe day. .v i.i. o Mrs. Too. r, km. B arid hamtiel Anderson, these were I who lool 1..1II1. ili.it. d lly oil hundred yards mual tht dog make i hikii. then he lives warning hy a loa rrowi. Many attempts of tin enemj to make a ' urprine 1 1 I. h . i. . . National Woolen Mills f -MAKERS OF THE CLOTHES WE SELL" am X t. G. Winfrey. Manager Telephone 198 120 West Central Avenue eje aMaJaaJ- l.nilmi Ju 15 (4:11 a. m ) "Th ' sr aaraissi ..... allhas on Monday made four assaults Hrldgeporl, on the Turkish positions in Oaltlpull Ihousand peninsula. ' says a dlapatch lu Ut at thi II n dir. the I loll .1 llnii tout .h fendanU )V, -erM- e la Us as , q ited ! keroui si thai of an id in ..or hmkoiii and he ..II. it ahl i i tale. "Clarion," a remarkal . tlf iinent trj dot thai hi 1 a lory or in campanj for.. Uaicrnor iHiint Noirii. Beereflird ny Cltaaihrrlaln's I ininu m " . . m i,.i. 14 c.v. iiu.r Mi "Last winter I used ( hamherlain's I I todas unpointed the following t.iniment nen ami notaries pnhlii U 11. Chamherlln, nnatii' paitif, stiff- is of the knees, ;tnd ran I'l.uv lentlouaty say tliut I never Albuquerque; huaene nrewer, nope, j llnvtllin? tl,at did me so much II H. Morgan. Aitesia; John It. Itut ( Edward Craft, Elba, N. Y k ilk fr It of Il dge, 1 'lay ton. J, A. Borwll 1 ihtainahla everywhere. from .loiirnal Want ik Rmailia rrom Joaraal unt .i- Tt i . vn-: to OVaMrfsy. LOST Two key s on ring, of value to owner only, rlcaae retafn to office Morning Journal POR 1: knt Pour-room, well furn ished hunxalow with hig puohes. modern, two l.lo.ks from poatoffice; I., dealrable peonle; do sick, Phone tet!y latpref from Atheni Thej fin ally aoeaplad two hilk .Ii 1. 10 lot; Ktitliis and took 4, 'tun Turkish prli oners. CALHOUN LETTERS ARE PRESENTED TO MUSEUM MANY T PRISONERS IINn.l ...ll.".l.l..l 1 ,...... 1 Santa Fa July H. Another most I wrmhn shull he valushle i-ift mid made todaj la thi eltllei the no hll New Mekico museum I7 Co Ralph E unions Twltcheli. it is copy .,f the official I The Remington earraapondeni'i- of Jgajiea 9 Calhoun ilutemsni minimi who afterward govemot ul Nea blaming tht .n Mexn o, while Indian intent at Hants dispute, Ps 11 u.i Kuperintemii'iii of Indian at uioi. declining fairs in New Meg too, The oaeraauoH-1 ibmiai tonight, MaJ dent covers the years INI to I III :il mpany, rettt most tuthulent years in Ho li.i.a ..f i ;, rman InflueiKH New Mrnh'o. und h Ktiiphn recital jatrlke, while on t of Indtun depredHllotis, iiuelllej I. 1,1, ,t hi ni troubles throws a lurid linhi ",, .on ni.ii u h ni dltions in the then tarrltory Tl t iirr. upon. h i e Is very Valtimlnol and brings nut many heretofore pi tlcally unknown details of loi il hi tory Accompanying, the record "i four ran map of .. i. i Utne. sluiwing how round about th pr.n-i-.il Belt! menu woe lo ti Apai hes, Navaioe, i omroam'hes and otbet tribes not la saeak el the ''" Sbloa The reaajft of the flt'lt In. Ilil, census taken hy the United Slate III this region is given, nf the m i marks u. h vast region th. lowei PkCOk valley, all of w stem New Men ut ami Hurt oi noiihern New Mexico a ' urn npioted.' Anothet is the ftrsi county map uadst the un clean rrtrime, 1 ii.m ing th, Mi rlkni y 1 atst of Tsua, Rio Arriba. Bant Ban Miguel Hints, Aim llsrni.lllln and V' letiiia iKigntle The roads, such the Panta Ke trull, and Ihe h-s w.H known roads from Ranta l'.. t.. k'orl Hmith Hy w of Uallatee 1 itiyon Blanco, Anton 1 h . u and Tucumi irl gaoMHtaln, as will the road in Chi Ituahua and Vera crui via K.in Atlguj tine lu'SS and th. J. ina-1.. .1.1 M II ti are indicated "H ate also as niany id the old ruins and landmark To get her with this till 1 ny tri - ure, ('1 onel Twltcheli has ureaehled thi mu seuiu ith a life six,- buel photograph of 1 ; it . rnor 1 alhoun. Among ihi.K, g n , registered at tht n n i ton were Prank Kruake, K geatwerggt . .Mrs .1. m it- .1 1 rmi plant weri mad luhllani tonight hi an announce men) thai lh coatpany hud granted valuntarily an elghuhoui work dny without reduction 111 pay, il Is thought that this a. lion on 1 1,, pari ul tin .imps ni win md alter the pi at fiit labor trouble The atMfsjjIa, aceonUgg to union offh lals, vill li- fought oui on Hie original ib 10 nub thai Ihe mill- ,1 in. sin nit at nis par - ii warrant snr v itRaaaea to Testify. ias aapet ted tonight thai b iiiit mlahl era the snd a lllot I o 1 1 1 mpany laaued -i 1 1 I In 1 1 on hie and Ii Ihng lor iln 0010 f art h foi the i-n of from the altneei his motlv In 1 1 1.. Rtiiman wlUt " u i that re in the murder chargt a AU01 ney , ,,.i v. ,, aroae and ekptalned Vuoreej Pwtssgea ngry, Wi II. I wish v 011 would no on I ha stand mid explain undei oath JU !. ..mi iu is in t. ," exclaimed Mich nulanc dogg .lust I front af lei a wi ll jsttn-k In his post j of the li l in. ins ut 1 killed, then In Mb ndva ncc lost his ou I up mi. morning 1 ore at the ki unt l t he soi ietv of a Maisons bafjtta, a trained. I n that dogi i" I don,- it tin- front it Ii a d 1 LAS CRUGES IS SCENE OF QUEER III V r: ? " t Y .1 d fool t V t f ? ? ? i t SHor NGflFFfllR B! RUSS FORCES etroi rad Reports Capture of '"' -Iii I It'llloilS Hlllilli! veetlgall id- expl d thai attef t'" ll,. all ill Bullel Wo Woman I nd ;e na; Youni ;ted, I H.-HNINO jf.l.KN.L S, ... lA.tl SlSlj Hrtrograd, Jnii 1 1 .lull I.i. II 10 III I I oiuliui, follow n't. the Phi th, 1 , - ponded II ipplaudi d sal uik 1 lotted miunbbk he gad bi Mai day " 1"1 PltCk and ghl a fjti hermit n I'm - I Mr .1 ml Mo Koswill Mrs, .In told, N .1 n,, . Bgi Mr mil Ml W Robl. Klectl Moines, la , uf Itw Ji iiriioi. part j , t . . seuiu u.s s d op, 11 fi JuiUe John It Mi Pie ford, John K Ktstiff. 1 Beam stlendant 1 m pavlnt 1 m and . xhibii Rim In abb, 1 it in Miss lir.H BOND SALE SCHEME IS HEARTILY APPROVED na count) and a prominent Spanish American politician here, Ii under ai res) wiih a bulla! wound In his bead. Prance Apodaee, daughter of Ban nan,. Apodaca, is shoi through the fact and her jawbone lnok.11. and Uf onoio I s had a 11 u low escape from being shot an. 1 killed here this aftai noon. Tin' trouble had its si. 1 a laeed bar where lie I at o and I Hoi is were said in have been drtnJUng, Suddenly Dioce ran out of the saloon and dl appeared following the report of a the Apodaca mil I n- 1 .a ' 1 wa arreated pending complete invt'sl U;nl ion of his part In I J the affair, Me i pe tt d t.. ii.- but I I the uit i is - mi i" nave little vhuiivc EN FROM MEXICO i BY ALLEGED SOLDIERS MAY CONCH IATI THE PAN' i I ! I Ipl III I .1 is. hush. Nn .' ..km., sescou i ssst sssst New Yoik. Jull it M loaking to 1 he f. 11 1, in. m ..1 tin 1 of pants in ikers ami the general . rw in garment worken ctrch wo ,, inaugut sti d todsi 1 Min ot Mu- he!' ..1,1.. ii of 1 mi II latioii of which I" Peiix v.iiii I . ha.ro... u rot la work and lis'' to repreaentatives of both Bide, "htlel the manufacturers, through the int. t cesi in of media ton s. iro ippolnl ed a 1 oliilnltli -.f . ', - 1 1 . nf. 1 to morrow with representatives ..f the Amalgamated tlarment Worhei A merles to e If some way .ml of the I, differences could b found 1, The council of con. iii ii 1 ,u at its 1 alon today in the city hall, heard both 1 1 aides present their ns ,1 the troversy Morris Hlloull sppear.-.l ., counsel for the workers and Julius t Henry Cohen for the manufacturers in 11 se. ut ion of band of a! Tin pally Cam from ' a hundred mil's -..nth in, hy w.ikoii. having toad since June 8, III 0 lilt tile Willi". automobile owners) Ogden sa ,,. lo what had I" A GAS RANGE Makes Summer Cooking Bearable; Yes, More Than That, Enjoyable You spend a great deal of time in your kitchen. Think, please, of the many hours you are com pelled to put in there, and think of those warm days last summer. Then ask yourself this ques tion: Can I afford to go through another sum mer without a GAS RANGE? A Gas Range in Your Kitchen Means : A Daily Half Holiday for the Cook A Cool KitchenA Comfortable House .And a Big Saving in Your Kiel Bill Gin You Afford to Be Without All of This ? USE A GAS RANGE i i t y 1 t T t KLIOn 1'aii-.. .Int. itf.lll snnoui USS4I ... ... il.HD .m 1 . 1 J tg a. 111 1 .1 Hi. llo- 1, in ved UeVM telegraphed ins hi r K I., 1.1 -halt itlon - 1 Higl 1 t 1 utmjsi u Doha na count er to cinch the pro pledge wftl b b 1 dial a ith letona riie ugden pa f. three son-, ,,11 children MANY WAR ZONE HOSPITALS THE GAS COMPANY PHONE 98 den v, ni, ihe m 1 s-' in .in and be 1 Mil It, tie Poll I n.t irr- I I . I ...rr. 1 eT:Ke: