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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 27. 1915. Si TWELVE-INNING CONTEST TAKEN MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS HA I ION AI I I K. ATROCITIES Of ABDUL HUD'S MISS VIRGINIA DAILY. EXPERT TRAINER OF DANCING HORSES. WITH AL BARNES' WILD ANIMAL CIRCUS II ! PUBLICITY BASE St. Ism N. tt t Chil si AMERICAS I 1 t.l K. V. I Pe' States Gieat F (jiailts. LOUIS STATE HIGHWAY RANKER PRAISES Is OFFICIALS WILL ARCHAEOLOG! AS REIGN OUTDONE MEET IN MONTH d OY CINCINNATI FEDERAL 1 I IGUE. w. U .M.j IOUKNIL inCIIL LlASCO IRISH i t It S''! ntmti. Best. !.- In twelve- j Bt. La battle Cincinnati defeated iChlcai vn, 4 to I The (.'cine waaiXewat I bv much hitting anil greatiKansa '.' K II. B. i Brook L'n rttio Vuitt n 1 J nun 3 10 2 1 Baltln Batteries: Platter liller: Tonev and W i:,,.. , on ball - 'if Pfeff n By I'f' fft r 5 : by T ,,. Rigler and Baaon. S. All New lorfa 2. it II. E, II Mf II 10 2 K II 0 nun D0X- i 9 1 id, Perrltt. Palm i u 1 and Snyder, mm; BtN Igles ami VEGAS BASKETBALL FANS PEEVED OVER ACTION OF L. V. H. S. PfCIAL DISPATCH TO MORNINW JOURNAL Kail Lai Vegas, N M Sept -' Lai Vegas basketball fans are pe i because of the announcement of Las Vegas high school thai it will ter the state high school athletic c ferenoe, which bt to be formed in buqueroAie at the meeting of 1 1 si teachers' convention In Novemt The peevishness does nol resuli lull school athletics, imi because ii of that organisation probably permll the annua basketball g; tween the high school and the university for the city champ This game is the most hotly ci of any athletic event here course of the year, 'Phi' rulei athletic conference likely also allow the hiuhe ti ntesl With buquerque Business college, w rays him fn.-'. basketball tea inte in of thai BREWERS TAKE ENTIRE SERIES WITH BUFFEDS: PLANK IS INVINCIBLE av MUKNINO JOURNAL tPICIAL LKAlCD W St. Louis. Srit 26. SI. Loui.l a clean swoop of the series with fa in by lakitn; a double-header the first game Anderson, Khmki Marshall kuvc nine hits, four of for extra liases. While the visitors an equal number from Davei The st. Linns pitcher, however lowed only one extra base hit keut the others well scattered the second game I'lank was almo vincible, holding Buffalo to threi two of them scratches. si. iuii- 7-5i Buffalo -- Senre First game: It Buffalo 001 000 o 1 o 2 sit. Louis 501 000 OlX- 7 Batter tee Anderson, Khmke. shall ami Allen; Davenporl and ley mad ml em i WW I Hi ind In I imd game nun uOo .. .100 11" Bedleal, J It. H. K hi. Louu . . Battel lea: Blair: PlatiK and ' KasnsM Pttj .'-.i Baltimore Kansas City. Seni 36. Packard pitching gOOd support by Kansas Cit players shut Hu first tanie. hut extra the visiiors the socond only three hits in thi teammates made two ns wave n gave hut his errors r. i b, -04 a stly Si me First game: Baltimore . . i'1"1 I Hl" K his, is City , 200 ii"" 'nix Batteries: Ouinn anil w Baltimore .. . .-i t Kansas City . 000 Batteries: Conle; ams, Hennlng, Job SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION. Memphis, 0 ; Atlanta. 4, Nashville, I; New Orleans, T. PaciHc lloast League. Los Angeles, 0-8; Oaklandi i t. Sail Lake. 14-.",: Vernon. 8-0. Portland -Ban franclsco, rain. DUNLAVY MENTIONED AS WADE'S SUCCESSOR SPICIAt- DISPATCH TO MORN I NS JOURNAL Santa Ke. Bepl 46.- i-: C". Wade governor, to miter Into private prac tice in l.as CruCes and t-l Paso Witl bis father and I.. ttOE today with his faintly hi. me at El I'aso. Me parents at Lai Cmcet south. United Btatea Metvin t. Dunlavy is m lv mentioned in Conner aylor, lot l his new lsil his his Way imlssloner r unine nt -witli the to Wade. silif.n was Hurkhnrt. TI Chaves Enters Corporation office, Santa Ke, Sept. 26.- - James W. Cha ". former member of the leglsls inre and the constitutional conventlon from Totrance county ami for a time private secretary to former Delegate t.. COrtgreSf William H. Andrews, ves- terday was appointed record clarS in if th n tat. pr.it,:-nip finrChaJMfl: salen or fade- -arp aaaily anlveil by Journal want WHERE nn: PI Y TODAY. Xatkaial i I'.izin-. Cincinnati at Chicago. it Bat ill an LejBdan, St Louis lit Boston i hi ago at Phlladelpl i -iet land st N w o I floral loajfiie. rark at Plttaburgh mi. ire at Kansas City. oklyn at Chicago i 8). Y Fo Bravery iiouii, throwln constitute suet nsula that t apt lllvan, Fust bat ikJlling Fusllers VV i .11 This .liii ,1 w:i i.ssrntl.il til i a trench whhh had been eaeti hohlii be regained, Captain 0 Sulli- hi ml, lead n party nf bomb throwers to er- tcet the recapture, j "He advanced tl the "in n under a very heavy fire, ami, in order to throw ins bombs with greater effect, got up on tin' parapet where he waa completely exposed to the rir the i enemv occupying the trench. Re was ftnalh wounded, but not before hi. i.ntrin. ,xam, .ie had led on the party to resulted maid in Bs?cd iriiual Situation, "On Ho' "iKtit of June 18-19 Captain O'Bulllvan saved a Situation in the same locality me anolh Tidal casi Inn Captal "missing." VICTORIA CROSS AWARDED TO FWE IRE ARM Ml nnu rs of the I the exiles wli" the Victoria I their homes, I When rW- produce result! some of our In vli w of . i sap" says I win. h German ' rtawtte. I i" it their ally it II ho: i ri ti 'I' i he report in j "Sergeant Sum on Ho- SpOl an i bombs. He 1 1 I i he Turkish n malned alone ' .... open under VI hark the enei into their flan been establish he frequently trenches to u bombs." What Sr. or .lames of the menl dift to nwinR bombs larrie ids had I p this pet mil j nl from our I'"'! n a a regiment I., all tin tenant neiKhho Initiative, gatbei ed ' j of men a fid led I lf " h.'av" shell and r i 1 1 returned, organlied us'-aid utnler re, lie then , I party is gallant ex ,, ihe attack, and au-aln ailyanced ii ample pin ir Head- sh life Romb-tlirowW d of ,lul. in aaded n iillU Turkish ""I wounded, lip remained aione head "I the trench an.: i 'i'' bi enemv slngla-handed n" a hud fieen hnlll behind Insn a trench securtd. Ke n thrf t his .rue I irds. year, tb ii Second Lleuti 1 1 hefort of the nam 1 :. nts 0 A B. H dlsplas ei ry and "At " tar bom a m, a oerman lb landed on thi ef the comjntinl Il In- stood elnsi ; party of his b lastly nai e rteppi mind Hie border hut. shouting to it he rushed at i and hurled M o pai apei in xvhi. worklni inlKht 1 yards i safety into perfect men to bomb, ie tia ra il i(t once I , dollht. ,ds th. "that this splenoia 1 nreaence of rniini ami I Hi, lives of inanx if irisine pa pri flurer turn mil a scries ploit, won. I Mili iiii' t iiiiii ai lia'ili rltten testimonies of e w be made public have been ' x I This lestlmons covers th t ,uil position ..t Mi.- nit' .'i. - , witnesses examined Include Ai mi. Oreeki Bulgarians, Itallfini anna 11 lUally is hut a run !in those starving, helpli luvntly naked refugees nountain to be outraged red, sometime! by then and f' '" Into the ! from ii" n"i " : 'i seni leges, teachers and prof I who have taken degrees i and European un ersltl women who have repi '. . . , . '" v in rair ar 111 ce , erlJ " 's 11 carcne; "' frm tne to leiegrame e consular off inn in jeopardy. K Idence seems in pro d that proT v r.0O,M!0 Arnieiiians alreadv huva n murdered or forced t" the desert, to only death awaits them unless ef is obtained at once, a ml a 1 1 'his taken place since Marert, and BoW t iho ncighl of i's groweome fury. The committee is confldenl thai if nrem nf the countr should, with ii:iinsi humanity, stria exercise le annol fi u,kl., STATE PRODUCING TUNGSTEN IN BIG QUANTITIES NOW CIAL CORRIi-ONCHNCt tU MORNING JOURNALl mta l-e. Sept. jr.. - New Mexico Is :, siHioiv nrodticer of iiiiuisten I famous s. j ducing i ti Hie i Th lease i 'at Leasing corn icing Kohl ore and I lamp mill ami "V- g day and night, t luL'.-len ore w er, pan' I ke. p , nld. BEALL APPOINTED AS SPECIAL TAX AGENT ,f Roswi d for in ie asaaasmei i the H""s. had heen n ,, o Hante l 'or the posit no mIo Chavds, i tax commissi imlnat-1 Newspaper Man Kocommoiulu It It. K WenlWorlh r.f the St, James (Mo.) News, wriles: "Two months ago I took a severe cold which set tled In my lunRs ami I had such pains In niv lungs 1 feared pneu- monia. I trot a bottle 01 Foley s iionpy .and Tnr and It strsvlfhtsnad me Up ' Immediately. I can recommend It to I be a genuine enunh and Inn medt- cine " Many mothers write this re i liable medicine cured their children of croup. May tevcr ann uinnaa sm ferers aay It gives quick relief. Bold everywhere, , affal ntertainera with the Bamei irhlch Is the greatest arr i of tm urn alike ournng-outtings, us elephants, s als and - ; mgarooa, be irs, sebras, stately anil beautll ill ponli s, dogs, I Hons hors tioii and lliiut'ttakiiii' mation of New Cabine Everywhere Approved. I'lTM ,.rr.- il i "1.--1 iplnlon 1 in the wlsdon ikutna's move he held tgn lain III, real 1 1 1 ni-: was a of law in Hi'' ty, and is an .ilinlnlst ration vh itevel w iih mister d V as liaVJ I"1 mall' Il i ill In Ad edue; ol W Mr Inter Mm corn it. in Is well kl , Mr. Sh Count nl made expresses regret with un keep Hie OKUMA'S WISDOM WIDELY DOUBTED BY OPPOSITION " Maintenance to is. Ntreweed iher tiHiii . s. nted h ire i Mo part din ii Mi Wll h tew Mull iflU- I hers il a! Iml llt'e ilnet irs cab Hie Y a powei MMtHlMe ma il m nt to i In ill Ii nol wll Hie ol i pe Mm- I nun I ope win our n. i hhonld d h dii hold Vl Donald mil spea on in. ,i (teaponstbllities "r Road Knglneei Prem h a ill dei- .. n. i mAAMmm nm Hollars r'.n N.'w Mexico's st State Hlghwa) Officials aasociaiion still larger aiienaanci n uhuliiivu this i ' .it The i oad offii nls ul I he stati as n rule are very much in earn imt Inspli Ing, ALL IN READINESS FOR STATE RIFLE TOURNEY AT VEGAS IVoti nllll ipnri 'II' I gpartmeni being wi' reudlnmiS for ocCUDan- ilco National guard, who win ere Monday i" contest for n the siate team hli ii will t in Hie national rlfte shunt piaci lake lit .Il Se Stan task ol I, TI pa i n ks rgen IMA 'He. I' III , liexi mnillll. hi pennls Burns, United inn has had Charge uf Hie. H II of iwn KetlUIL,' III fie range north . marksmen natural plateau . the s .null l U, i riOUgh I" i end i f. i 11 n'1,1111 impleti nls ami Is Watei ss- I dispossess ta blished j jne pibib, and l Ii" I COl. E. I AO n s,,..i ir I "IMI res m . ' , I man. l ulled Stnti i m this UU Oi 11 Hairs no doubt mnnd .a Hi'' mil home ,,rslale, and othl I I ii ,, i he I during 1 he i ni i... i , ,1,,- Oeneral Herrlnn WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS VISIT STATE EXHIBIT 1 1 .i , who I Kn n I bis ' ,,r rjtncoln Neb,: w. s M hi. I go, a Wells PSI X" of ri D00LITTLE CATTLE COMPANY INCORPORATES, ' del- 111" laws of Nell York. H has Its .ranch three mil rthwesl lwy i i m i. l Many ComplaJnts Heard, This summer seems u have pro i dueed an unusual amount of sickness. Many compla In of heauai lies, lam i Parks, rheumatism, biliousness and of 'being 'always tired." Acheg, pains ' ami ins caused by the kidneys fall- 'ling to d" their work antl throw the poisonous wasle from Ihe system yield , I quickly to Koley Kidney Tills. Thev help elimination) glva sound sleep and ijinake you feel well and sir. ins. They are tonir In BCtlog. Sold everywhere. is iiml tin- worn out. registered III.- 1. 11 I III 111 : an Marctal Stephen Cnnavan, Jr., ii " Htephi n 1 'anavan, -t W, Purdj . aliup: Wallace Springer, La Vegati Ii ti,,. t h ,m i 'haptnan, Bants re Uovevtior sad minor VUdtors. An,.. in the noted visitors were for h i i lovernor i ', Waton, of Oeor idus duncei tlovernor Blaton was mous dan delighted the red Sir riot Tin uml a him ,i historical Immensely eshlbits Interested i the art and N ivajo blanketi di in, us admll alum attracted bj ii M i: sun'' patio ami tin art situ uch a building da rt a ltd ar haeology In attrai I millions,' h i n rchaeob ; v ,,,,., New V i k declared, 'ami the blggeal ! it .ii, i would in1 proud to ha lemi of i" Bdgar L Hewett. m.. mud bj a part) ol bank- nne Of whom secmell to re for the hlstorj ami ar- V nl New .Mi xn o than Its nia - Hiurces. "it is archae- ur scenery, yout htsisry, that ,lrii the people," said one 'Tin n. after fhej time vis and seeij those attractions, oi mos uui become Interest nir material resources, But no draw Hull attention ll inllSl I I INI llhlW III, Ml with those tiiins Umt other states I i,,,,. mil 'I'hls iuiiiiIIa is so I'ieh, so il I it II II. coal measures, its mmtnerat prospucu in fot, verythlnsT, except those thlnga of which you can boast In Ihe "' archaeology, andenl missions, roman tic hlslon " Many "f Ihe bankers Inquired dili gently us i" Hie financial, ajtrlcultuntl, livestock, iiusiuess. real pstste, rail road conditions In New Mexico, Inn il was Hi" archaeology ami tourist at tractions thai brought ths flfti "f them In tin building m Hie first place and a w hi. h 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' d them In isn N e w nils oil I In 1 1 In inn huiidihR a secona he said. I was what New Mexico small funds at I he Kposltlon commla i . ii Vega we are in- ..f iii, benefits I am agreeably -urpllsed Willi il ami l" M, xn ., did well lo exhibit i w 1 1 1 i v sorliil le frtmi tWI , thMrrewnnnie ilalupe county, with t ti be board for the) refused III,. - utile Would I." pe . olllltv lonej Hi" that ilis ither por llsts ami , mn will mid romp. mint to ii ..I s 'i'h ursd 1 1 i was very en lUCCbss Of the i. a little of sort before he inn Was helTK. had nol hern t h il sia si ir liulldlllK. flu id In DRUMMER ALLEYS ttlll EXFIU'lSE Try a til ansa of Ten Plus 105 West Uolri j thtm; ''" tbm l'o It today.