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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.

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