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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 18. 1915.
. itabi ,1 bs the Aid i i ri : whi I to' Ami - dendorf, I b simple. Too make it simple anil i NEW AUTO RECORDS FOR ONE MILE AND 100 ARE ESTABLISHED l til I IW I'llssiatl In rends OH on li .st fascinating tenburg. ,f Hi' l, la Healthful Heating MOORE'S AIR-TIGHT 11 E A T K R hi on f.r William- Wd Haiti hiini III I.: Ill Iti a lllldl . i I'l" titm-. ami id.'- ..n.'ilii i II h ImiIIi la In it n I In dia' uol of ti a.iat Making .i. .ii t I. .mim. - M.Kan - i I illi-l lllll Milt! ll t olllia', I- I ii. ii lit ea) i tanning hall- Hi,- dasti ilm i- ,.H'i,' n iniii tiii lln it lii .a. a ll .l-dla'- a III. I I in.: Ml at tbrtw sahatttajri it .ill llMM U ilrtUMi ll ihn down in fn ni a nil Ml .illil ollia'l l-a- ll SEVEN rURNTTUBE riifi -n A devil HI. idied Hie ba ' IlllSM.I ipse troops from thi revolted Prusi ihi iVutontf K if Augu ight thi knows. Thai ll also enshrined hta name In th simple balladry ot tin I'l'IISSill. II Iixitli- hai with Itiin the p 1 1 1 1 1 -1 - i , 1 1- - strongholds i aim' si, in, ii,. in, i way. hero ,ira. ho mi' mtscohcenttona am nberg for the Becona uati led wnh grunts ot satisfs lenred awns th" field ii. ushal ' Miihh tattle tag the emperor's orders that Hlnden. nam he saw: i ioiei hurt; should Immediately proceed to ranged w They iifri. Past Prussia i" tahe command Of the iorj thai name u Is gave th, X, Nobby vrfSSs ,i nave it. i "Th,. faet since s,i as between sentiment ana to-how- pography, what was th little matter i .. ,.i- ,1... ii... .mi Heven-tenths mites i, ! Boon after that his chief of staff. Thus the village "f A iy I liudendorf, arrived "ii si special 'ran; ham. for Immortality, Sfti! fame of Hlndenberg hut it -s-l Alao the general brushes aside as h i what mil I tar men i all tln-1 unlnii the story that for many years WONDERFUL RECORD MADE BY HUPMOBILE IN GREEN MOUNTAINS hat1 ims'i rrr I ni rti'ii i in' n nnchini? of his grand envelop-1 ments as to how i' i H would sink The heavy i"th Instant the flyers having!'" the spongj grounda." which have i , ,'.i i , 1 1, Russian uosl- Many ICiimni Ireuliiled. have afforde. Vi'-'I't . V a- him ith the in precisely this connection I may I test! tig cars', . . . . . .ihv thin Pnupl . a frlcivl of the i., ih.. mi.r 'h i', into the nonolnteif ftW marahai, told me that II was hit of New England most of the dl i brtelabura forty miles iway conviction mat the stories ot me been washed field marshal remembers thatUfownlng and smothering of thou- leaving expoi . J . i i thai it,, mei sands of Russians m ih,. swamps and rocks This 1 hfi i - do io him from Makes of the battle area were often gardlng the I wno iioaieo ju very srrosslj exaggerateii. But Germans in TheHo wen y that noon 1 ' .. Berlin have told me that the. Invi !,.,., ,,,,1 ., seen u Hal lallii'il with sulilnis who .; Walts, fill I were si at back home on leave after Mntni Car Tvnical Dattie, Tannenberg becauao they had been wnen they h AH over the country "Nobby Tread" users arc now securing mileage averages of thing that did not please me and tb rh effort which final jiwhta they had aeen and tne nean-Iw'atts said: PiMio.in ,,i the Kus- rending cries- cries not oni) oi men I 1 1 - car was a 1815 Hnpm. ut of horses as well that th' had It:- au wai ntial a In , haul,, plan, and, "''"'" " J , htoln the greatest sue- na. ti r"""a '" imp files by ,000 M 0.000 iles lily to another dtffi mt point, therefore holding wi islnjg ot the battle are also still '"i tennis shoes, fire aims, .mm itiA- .1, ,11 1... Avlvnti ,, l,ill",' lhl 'il - or ivishc- ther. to be finished off by f"""8 the :ist ,.f Aiif,'usi after ih i through some of the less ti perfect dhistrauons of thi, KSS1" HlnauM simplicity S.S .Xl U 3es i though on the w hole the roads 1 okPMiii a':,,;,;,';",,';;!"';;,' KmiS ""hS nslly, it diffi. nil ihi'iatth th in at the aide of the other, Ilka cays, ne aaaea mai ,, ,, ,,, 1 1 hriilKi's, detii ions washi SUITS and OVERCOATS Made to Measure $15 I COME IN AND SEE OUR I NEW FALL SI IT1N(;S : t have several hundred styles t( lect from. YOU TAKE". NO CHANCE n ne make your suit you Biui salUtied before the sale is compl.tc. National Woolen Mills G. WINFREY It in tan condition, even wiih 2 of h hai a cai 1 an ai compllsh Irlver is In a 1 1 less etioUKh Ion This supreme anti-skid tire properly inflated is constantly giving tremendous excess mileages over and above its extraordinary adjustment basis of 5,000 miles. We want to find and consult with any "Nobby Tread" users who are not securing excess mileage. n oasses wore traveraed In heavy rati The etlmb i" iii" summit of mi Washington, against th advice of ical motorists, was made after n pali ot tain This is an eluhl mill climb and the road was very mudd flow tin' timber line Above tin iif way house the traction was good he ear, took the grades readily. No trburetor VDJITOTMENTB were i,, is the motor worked perfect! pi, the same adjustment at see i irel id at 8,200 feel abova, 4 Th. return to N-w York Btate ,vd through Ih. Adironda. ks. (inllo boulevards of this section the cai mari ie liiinilt'd miles, from Htllza ie average for the trip of 2,2; was thirteen and one-half mil inttan ronslderina thai Whs Ires ver road . "millions made it he Car was driven from nil' s an hour, this is wry go The lot al distributors for Hi 1 1, 11. ma hlni I al'' the I'.iith Company, and several -ar loi ,,, dZ , oiiar nutomotdlei hat Want Range Retained. Banta Pt, 18. P'tltlo being signed asking the forest to retain Ranftr I'. WIHIi are the largest .selling high-rade anti-skid tires in the world. QUICKEL AUTO & SUPPLY CO 513 WEST CENTRAL, ALBUQUERQUE "Nobby Tread" Tires are sold by Leading Reliable Dealers. Do not aceept substitutes Usieted SlatesTires W Made by the Largest Rubber Company in the World (Operating 46 Factories) A , , irKe ot thi l-a.M' sa oisirn 1