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Let the Tail Go With the Hide! The 2,000 Tickets Must Be Sold
CITY
EDITION
ALBUQUERQUE NOKNIM.'
THMCTl l II M ;
TERMS f LOAN
m
JOURNAL.
agreed upon 8i
COMMISSIONERS
S,
BANKS
THE WEATHER
i M in i: voum IM .
I i i l I'll I It ill' r
i
.BUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, vVEDNESl
.PTEMBl
FOREIGN POLIC!
U.S. TROOPSMftY EMPLOYERS DENY THE PRESIDENTS
CROSS BORDER STRIKERS' CLAIIVI
IN PURSUIT OF THAT THEY ARE
25,1
Ihollhli l SMI
i in. i rHi
IS ENDORSED BY
MEXICAN BANDIT
DO
TRDNG G. A. R. VETERANS
CITY
F.D1TI0N
I lull In lurri.r.,r Matt. Me
n Mi mill Single l'iplrt. Sc.
BRITISH AGAIN
HURL GERM
ANS
BACKWARD: GAIN
IMPORT
MOST IMPORTANT
by laird Reading, chairman
Anglo-French commission, wl
'Wf ll"W kl
BIG SYNDICATE OF
FINANCIERS INTERESTED
Mmo Tl
Willi
.,r .1
Thorn
i .v C.'(
on the Rio Grande
is Clothing Establishments' serve Uni
AMERICAN COLONEL WIDE VARIATION IN WILSON LAUDS MEN AND
PROPOSES INVASION OFFICIAL STATEMENTS NATION THEY SUSTAINED
ration wq$ the i - t
M
)un
rtillerv Sent to Pin-- President Hillm
of Em-, United States Is Founded
w ttnsn t.ilixt) 10 lh hiUli thili
Charlvn " sh m i. t'oitntistui
if Hi.- miw tki is hit fttlluui'tl tl
Sir J(
FRENCH ADVANCE IS
BEING PRESSED HOME
Great Battles Are Racing in
, AVIATOR GIVES
IILFR TO BELGIANS
eial Impoitant Points,
n un nil commission ami thi- America
banker, with whom they have bee
conferring over the proponed oredl
loan to Great Britain and France ha
resulted in the formation "f h d finit
UK
lte
come
ill,' u
rdlng tn tl'" plan, seie
s to represent themseh
, a llh Iho ,., v.
iffli ..illy here L,miu,r , , ,;,
shmciii ui a i . I, ... , .. .
mi Britlsl
Issued mi M in Public,
, l, Minis w ill be Issui d t" t lu
lls thus v u i, I int. npproximi
per cent I" i he Investor urn!
Hint I'hi
nnam-ini nouses, i ni- oonun win op Lamont. Tnal
iasued in denomination us low as I menl to extend
$100 it nil sul s'Tibi'i s thereto may p'i' i fiistotnerii wat at
I I-- per ni lolnl Ai
bonds, redeemable from te
year thereafter by tin t
men! a Jolutlj .i i., I s,- , rail
Issues Mal'iuill
Maj i in-- lUvvt
sii i "If Carraniu does not
that I handlts," telegraphed Colo
itm-rii u's i that American troops b
eaaai t" pursue attacking forci i-
niiiin I .uli
trlke "i ,! i issued i at ly to
he expiration of the time
for the most part lh
different halls, hei r
nail) well omud t,
bj President Wll
Hu n- battles flftj
fought that Hi,
An
it, n- fl
slel'
! I!M N ll M OKI's
lltl IN ".I ssl
I.'ohIuii, s-pt. ;if. (giiA a. sjft,)
I In- I lines r. l i uki ad , ,,i i .
I" mankind tin- vi
day, coming (mm the south snu tnrew . aponden. says
down Into the elt) French flags nN "A report, which hM been c
documents containing proclamations . firmed from I good quarter,
announcing thai adieu were advancing i s.. n,:lt (i,,. i,-(,rt -first (Jem
in, I , Jul,, ni" m I tl- nopal " e ,'l I tcco
armv rol l.M i i
Although i n , ,),
n- a latoi ,i ,,,
The president spoke amid scenes of land caning "I111!! lr" p
patriotic fervor In Ho- crowded con- to keep up Hn- ira
centlon hull Into which Ho- old ceil I subjected t" hehvj ii
mis building had been converted escaped Hits whole of ths corps perished
Col. David .1 Palmer, commander- "This in the Ural vtoit ..i an airman
in-chief of thi A ft., Introduced I of the entente i -i" 1 " '' -sl11"' i
h Mil amid IliMi.ilil nils rlliTl-lnu. ainlilin n mr 'oi .uiw am i'r;
Informed bun lhat Hu veterans !-ti"-d described as great 11 cm
Hi-
win- -.111 In tneae plans, w
was feared, rioting might ocet
Leaving Places RapMI)
I 'requentl) polaudcil.
Applause frequent!) Interrupted the!
president hh he spoke to the veterans.
itatratlon'g I mans there
$ MARCHAND
FAMF. f
SH0DA
1 1
HUNDREDS H
01
an eirtent Colonel Wockaoma report ? be complete In forty-elghl
thai the bandlti seem Independent "'!),, ,s f feel inn ill shops In life clW
I Cafrafttia control, I .. ,' , tl, , , .. .,f.,
Macon I- lliametl, I..,,, ,. ,i ,,., , i uhunahnve
,i .1 his ad,
United Bti
iht by the
,d I
OIK I
V MilMNI
Parts, t
ni war, xva-i
,r Hn i Ightlni
j uf the nv w.ii us oaf "t in- few m
i hist, .V! ni hi, h 1','lh sldi s i mil, '
"' pIlST J I trld when thi Preneh foreea took th
it, i , i Hataeda)
iv i - issued here in the nai I uord
Heading and reads as fallows.
Tin- negotiations between the
Angl o-Prench financial commission
and Ho- American bankers have re
sulted in Hn- formation of a definite
plan for a la in to thi- British and the I
tost in maints
haii exports.
Oil TRAIL OF MA
WHOSHO
T
WARDEN
Mr, Beltran contends thai rormer askad for a ronferenci Several nr
I followers of Jesu Plores Magon, lead- ganiserg are irrnnglng mass meetlnfa
er ,,f a sociallsl mavemeni In Eower j am certain that close to 5,000 work
California, have organised on the bor J era win have struck bj lomorrow
der and are working surreptttlousl) tojmorning ami wi expeel that number
foment trouble between the United to he Increased in 30,000 or S5.000 b)
States and Mexico. tomorrow night."
Thiii- ai,- intimations that outside Attorney Martin J, Isaacs, counsel
Influences are supplying funds for tin for the manufacturers, issued a stute-
eni ampn
ring ths
llh the I
All. i- hi
ib
i h
h
sldenl ri
the extent to which the alleged In-j other leaders thai the wulkouts were
CoiniCt WIlO MlirdCied State: carried, and ar iplete and thai at Least 1,000 ver-
hoping relief tor the situation will Uons had responded to the strike call
PllSOn OfftCia! and Wound-''-"1" through vigorous measures by from nose four -hops.
rorests
II I, 'I I'l I! I N't I Alls
M I Ml A I l rilK)s
in th. r
several obligation i
i-'i-i'to-h govei eiM' ni
eapiial ami Inten
termii loan has bei
months. The li,,nd
at the , lal ,, fixe
at the option of th
par i-'-ni bonds o
meiiis, repayable n
teen years nor lati
ea ra from t he pi
,ls linth
invert Ible j who soughl h
ititn ! I AC .. , ,l,. IP,i r
ih.inli
nih s. a si, ni i 'hi-;
hiliiiiihna il ision
I too 1 III-
than ttf-
pcnltentlary
Town Marshal J, .1.
wenty-flve uenso
ne by the marsh
if shot w i t h the ,,,,,1 ,
army whn h ln"l Week passed in nine-1
Hen troop Hams through luareai
across the border from here en mute'
to Casas Orandes. (in Saturday he
HEAD OE SLAIN
.5. SOLDIER IS
! in. line, in the hall, while Hi'- heads of
Various organisations affiliated with I
, t h,. i ; a k. made in let' uddresaes, I
'I'lo president's address 111 pal l fol
lb, prealilent's UWrasn,
.'It s s singular thing that men of
a sliiKh- Ken, lati, ill should lime wll-,
Messed what you have witnessed in
the crowded review fift) i-ars hko,
and what you celebrate tonight Von
took part v. Io n M,n ueie young men
iii a struggli tie meaning of which i
dal e sa) v 'i'i though) wnihl not ho re-1
I vaaled diiimu our life time, and vrt I
I iiiur,. hoi happened In the making of,
I ibis nation In your hie time than ever
I has happened In the making of anyl
jollier nation In I lie life tin f ill
union ion
EORMAL RECALL
OF DR. DM
CLOSES INCIDENT
AuMi
:M:iiiaii(
Hcv, i id
S ot Washin
ig Ambassador!
n man) things
UI Olle of the
Washington, f
lln T 1 1 u in ba, ,
the I'niled Slat
UIIRNtHl inUHNAI tl, 11 LlftttO MflHf
I on, I, ui. Nipt, (lilf a. in. An
'fin nil eoiniuuiileatuoi just made
public dealing with Hie oper iti'ms in
B-BM. M M 'P...,UI... HIIM filial , ,1 Iht, llt V
W0UNf)ED tltslitiiiK around I.oos the IUIIimIi bSVS
taken exceptionally strong Herman
j lines of trencbtl and I',, lllh-1 1
itsssa smssj shelters, several hundred yarns la cx-
ni. i- Brlga i I1(
i ,,i rashodal ,ninK taken the OerflMtli ssjcobIJ
nshed hlmaflf I (lne ,,,. (tslemeni says the British
id in ths prig h,,w iiri,. ,,(, third iin' of trenches
In the i norm jB M,,U. nilI1 ,nri,,, thousand
bainp.ia Ii- urumniira have hem taken and twen
U one huiis and forty machine nuns
Have '"in lapruraj and others it
i itroyi d
Ths statsmeni says
I "Ths following has I a t Iv-i I
I from Field Marshal Hlr John (VesWh
" Raver fighting ha- oonttnusd to
i das around LAM and to the north of
I that place. We now bold all Ibe
i around north Of hill N". .0. Which
I Hi,- enemy retook on the Itth
" We hi e made further progress
lo the SOUth of I.oos. The total num
ber of guns captured by us now If
I twentj "lie There arc several limn-
between us gad tin- sBsmj which have
I been abandoned L) him.
'Our number "f prisoners now sg-
' . seda three ihoiiHimd.
! " -The number of maohins anus
captured H forty. Man) wore tansi
l n destroyed,
" 'The enemy's Itgea taken by us
an- exoeptloMll strong They con
sist of a double front line, which in-
eluded two Iftrge works named I he
i Hohenaollern and Kaiser WHhrtm re
doubts, These constated of a net
work "f trenches and bomb-proof
Shelters several hundred yards in Ck
lenl The second line ran tusl great
II. , 1.. I , .-, in, I lie
representative nations "f the world, , .....,.,,,,,, i, the I
,1 i" th
I. "II, ha I'l"
mill
inhed
MEXICAN TROPHY
stale depariinei i i- arranging
British ami Crenel, embassies here foi ,
I his sal hi t mi a nt am- i HillllnR ,
mil 1 v a s n.l i
Mormin A Co.
itor. The
ill be , ar
il .Messrs.
,rge group
could i o learn
cartridges, a si
a he h he got ai a far
enough f i for sevei
darkness fell tonight.
t' civilian clothes, until Baturdaj
house uni 1 line tnoiisaini
S1 JOURNAL Pt'
irllle, Tex , :
Iht- hi a, I
en- i ITnlti
Insti
it in
nliiK.
have
snob group will no mm' iciriiv- HooKer cam i
ti-es throughout tin- country ami niiij(as., ami "t Into
members of the syndicate will be on ha, serving n. term
precisely the same footing. This syn-lgtats school Fn
dicate, whose business II will be to drifted to eastern '
arrange Hint every Invesloi -hail have rested a year .-a.,
an ODDortunlts subscribe to the la- charge of burglar'
rn-
ih
was ar
t"ii mi
d guilty
tier I raliroaa to tin- VIM govermwn. I a Meaican pneuiwi "' ..
ne I Nineteen of these trains at. said to officers al Pharr, accord li
h.l'e passen iiit"ii-n .inarez poit wueo rcacn oie.
Claudes Hie remainder reaching mat cer admltte
i,"iit over tie Chihualyus ! ision of the Mexican
the same road from Chihuahua city, disappears ni
spiiiiual Bnterprise
nation, was from th.
,,r lib ti t m i
genera Bon
ii of Us h
from New Vol
nou u i nii'iil wi
.wiiii no ausu
I sag from m
Isafe coliduci
when llu
III was fl
lei, I. the
mplated
'Ibis
Vi nog are loaelj engaged wwn
inemy'a third line.
i mi aeroplanes toda) bombed
rallwaj line mar Betauthe,
kniH a train. Thes also damag
h, rallwaj negi Aohlatlo Clrand
da Calais).'
l I lr H t oM IM I
si i i tmtu in i ra
London, Bepl H I e:M P M
in nane r with In- i-'banipaoi,. the French are attacking
In goi srnment, tt
nsldered i loged.
it tii
( ,,ll feel, us I am Mile the men I (,
teel. th
,i word
f
,n second i'"e of trenches
ami an- making further progress, out
seemingly the allies' offensive move
ment is not being carried on with the
...ame itiipeiuosit. which characterised
tin first two dins "f the operations,
', .... . ..us.... u..,i, in. I'et ouui '.ed as
mini mi '" r " ' , ., :,. ..I,,..,-.
. ,. .....if ' en inipoiiani, nai tin- uini"
mi ask", 1 1 Whleh Is to Wi
mini lines, has
a i ,
nib Hie I'.er-
n accom-
not participate In the loan.
CHICAGO I I N JJCIEKS
MfbST t n i in i n
prison i' i' a ten j0.TTt:IIY III K'ltlKJJ l'liM I c Idi
terda) he 1 trom a roaa MSO T(, H.MtMNGENji r ti
"f- I soldiers i
El Paao, Tex., .-a pt. Battery Pi of the ki
I'loladelpl.in ( "inioaiidanl III I fourth artillery, b'ft here Ibis morn- It was fi
'hiladelp&ta, Sept. "v Captalnjihr for (Harlingen, Tex., near drowns-1 effect of
nnd busiiieHs in'-n greeieu m
nonncement at a bamiuet hefe t"- .ai
niKht thai the 6OO,00O,Ol)0 credit loan tou
,.. Sim ...,.i i.-nL'if,,,,i ibe lamest I tni
external loan ever contracted for lnia 6 years "hi.
na1 il hoapltn
set -1 ai rrv
d to than
napp
You Are Offered a Bargain Today;
TaJ&eJt Regardless of Patriotism
p
loli-in anil
inaoiicl'.
lie viiii ale ell il
rmmUs will he
the grandstaiul.
Let's hn aside all eonwltlcratlo
look al the tliinn in a cold-bUmkd
IT yotl bin a ilu BeaSOM llckcl
ball irlcc. The regular mini; loo
each day with an aihliiional Oft j
ntterque da., the prii e of Bilmlwdnn to tin- un -
iiii ii up- it amonntx to Ms tloUars ami a nan, ine scaso
lll COSl oii USt three dollar- . .
IW ..... ..lea Into OUI head that -ome filenil with
xiill u. i you a pas-. Thai soil mt thing doesn I :
first four iiicii to bay Hcemm ih'kii
it i ii... n i vi,,, iiliers.il
net Mr. Wm are pr. -e -e, , -. . . -
lull- . ..mini ion. and Mr. Minphci -u and Ml talhan al.
of the two dall) paper r Ubttqucraue. there win be n
the officials of the fair, ami there m an pasws mi m
. . . .. I..,.. I .. lu.--
Iiien. What i-lianee no on inn.-.
I "org in about patriotism. von uin
that yog lll la- getting, t un ou sgTfor
tb' ia seaaoa th"ket?
Mini
dollar,
liekcl-
) II
any longer, ine
Icrdai iiniriiiog were I.. 1 I'lii
l lieorae I ' allkint Mr Put-
I ibe state
I Hie head
passes for
new-paper
ni UM think
f the Millie
or more ot
DEFENSE
in the tn
.chafgriL.
sprung a
W It Hess.
made i
Hell
BELL CASE
3S A SURPRISE
mid mm and
sale Still 's
in.: all, i
tmong
nr bordi i
sir coinii
tonlghl
nnfesaloii
Killed "II tile
Me . lean
i timers
This In ii
I far as nat'oi
! This is one
Which, in "in
l ranted with 1 1"
ilist tpguished, si
man noire tui"
prises i ba i are
.1
of tin spit it si, "ea i e
l y Is concerned, I factoi :
ry tew wars in ito-, ,n Burls
, . i j bodj ,-oKag - mlo git . i 1 1,, i
loan the British nnd Kivn h m"atlv
h I nl i have Improved their poalttona, and by
i ii this gaining the hllla a ml crests from which
ind that they ran domtnate the Herman linea
,,f communication their next attempt
" ' to win a declsrvs vlotorj should ti"
I,- east i i hi He View "t experts
Irian foreign
: lT tjsjl i" ii- In
make those annals com e
I b it I be spirit "f I i ,
i bigs to groat enter- ghov tl
n .a '- iter than Ins before
i ranainitted bj a rnbai sa- ,
I'eiifi' ld, mid In n the slut
,f the i
1 1 srorl
may to it
examlnatl
i was
'I Hi
H'nl develmin
Ts exi t'.ii.l din.
Nation I i ,-e
nations frc
defi u.-. -an
for ten yea
."i ne "an i
( in din'' i
t fa 'I thai i
In- had known Mas or lied
ami I ial he had alwaj S
Kcelleni mo 1 1 a i ' haraoter.'
examination Johnson tes-
pment in"
There navi
as we: ihen
as powerful . i
foi inn rfei ins w un Mini n an
ions plant. mlghl In awaited,
saf.. , ondui i obtained, bul
it the A ustiian ferelgn
ill am
t II
Honolulu,
;l esidenl "f
aii emperori
flood now, b-
a. i ii
lid no
SI. , ka
ither nations a- spirited; bul i hope MAY RF(-A! I (,()NSUl
are shallneei f,,rne Unit created 1
thbin n .,", to -tervt r bul WH0 IAI KI D TOO
w h re he v
He said he
voting plai
ff le
aw men
iht a, I ,,l
h
ih f,
o said lb.,1
-ne, a -s, dei
men taken aroutiil
soiling place. Ht
ilwavs seemed to me Hint the people ,
,i ll... I a, n, , I Slate. Wl-ihe,l I,, be t'e- I
I,, I devoted I" th" promotion Ihenli' ale, i reporis that the resign.!
partlculai principles of humnnl tion of T. Hi John Gaffney, American
lgni -j i,,. i nitd States wis found-1 consul general i Munich. Oermany,
,,i riot i" provide fre homes, but had n asked by cable becauag of
o asseil human tights This flag IiIb partisan expiessioti on Mews otl
, I' i .Mu ll . "iitiuii'' i" niisii foi
I Mr" ward east of Sou hex, aiming at the
, of heTghta of Vlmy, which command the
'plain to the eaat; while the Hrltiah lo
mM in, ii, nth are making secure their
rlflnd hold on Hie lens la-Bassee ro,,, and
. i are beating "H Uli' nerni-m euuniei -
attacks
Th- battle In Champagne la over h
HlXteil in'!'' front when Hie l-'ri neb
tan two mlleg of the railway who h
,,,.. the country behind the Oei
.ii positions ial Whleh has been so
-el nl lo I hem ill mining troops and
ipplies i" threatened points With
lej-'reie h guiuj within eaiy range, th
lllwa) is K-ndererl Useless.
As usual there is H grenl dlMTgcnc
t-grei i iic derma n nmi frsnch off I"
,i mta "f the battle The Oei
ii-. Claim all the Pretlch attacks
, been pulged nd thHt a num
i of prisoners have been oaptured.
It s t'n- snme with regard to the
own prince's offensive In the Ar-
uuie VVheresS this is described by
le french as an important action,
ie Germans sa; It Is a minor one.
signed i" Improvs the situation and
oil Hie desired leslill has '"Hi
ifin
tin ho- the I
in nt upon apparently well au-1 aenievea
i hit,' n-is i n in, imiiiini "
heavj flghtlifg in Russian front hom
Riga down to CI al tela, the armies are
contesting svarj Inch of the ground
an, i ,i b ast fmir separule buttles are
m pi, ,41. is Ki. ld Marshal von Ilia-

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