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Albuquerque morning journal. [volume] (Albuquerque, N.M.) 1903-1926, October 03, 1915, CITY EDITION, SECTION ONE, Image 5

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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. SUNDAY. OCTOBER 3. 1915.
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Chicago ..."mi l' 1 n iii"io mi j - :, 11
i 'in Innatl 800 MO WW 689 I .".
i until i. m Douglas, Stanrldgt rim
Rreanuhan; Dale and WinRO.
Summary: Two-bate hit Stand
ridge. Thr.'.'-lian." hit I'helin. Dou
pie play Douglas to fisher to Balei
bulla "fl 1 '"" ;! Olt
1 ..(! 1 1. ih s. Mil- I Hi
I lunulas 4 in ;! Innings: nff Standridl
i in ii inninHas Struck oul v
St rand ridge :i. by Date i. ITmpIrt
i ;.i .-mi and Qulgley,
Becond gm Si i ii- it. II. I
Chicago MM ft no o 6
i 'inclnnatl mo 002 -3 B
Batteries: Humphries and Archei
Si h neide? :uiil Wiiik'n.
Summary Two -baa hits Oriffltl
;ii(j. Three-base hit Grlffltl
Ha s mi balla Off Schneider
Struck out- My Humphries 5- i
Schneider I; Umpires Qulgley an
st. 1 .out-. S; Pittsburgh 1
St. Louts, Oct, t. Amea pitch
Pi, Louis in victory over Plttaburs
in till- lust fame nl the season hei
today, 9 i" I, 'i inu'iy hitting wc
tor the locals. Mummtiux allowi
HAPPYS AND 0. R. E. TO
PLAY A PRACTICE GAME
SUNSHINE EACH DAY
IN SEPTEMBER THE
RECORD AT CAPITAL
:saiciL disss
Santa Pe, x
out sunshine li
! for Septetr
niuii
temperal 1
"n Sapter
Bepti mb
1 nnge wai
the leaat
.N.-w fea
The pt
mill tin.
llallv
7 and
Since
mini'
aeptem
in precipitation. ir
movement was 4.9(1
age nf only tt.9 mill's
maximum was thirty'
hour from the aouthv
ber 1-.
Then- were a sine
eventeen partly cloud
teen clear days. 1 n
recorded, September 1
froi is, but not killing
2, 27 and H Thet
Ih uiiilerstninia but in
The rclativu humldit;
'tit al ti p m, The
maximum temperatur
Ktcea iimi the average
47.9, while Ihe mean
was 9,l degreea.
heavy
ptembei
twelve
or fog,
TURKISH COURSES NOW
OFFERED IN BERLIN
1 Xtsix luled I're'a t orresponileni e. I
Berlin, Sept. 10. Thorough-going
courses in conversational Turkish are:
to be begun early next month in Ber
lin, for the hi 111 fit nf those who ap- '
predate the growing need for 'ins lan
guage in their business or social life. I
The Qerman-Turktsh association Is I
bi hind the mnve. anil will inimrt or
provide competent Turkish teachers, j
A course, which will be offered for
five dollars, will last three months.!
and contain three hOUrh lessons
Weakly, The need of Turkish is 111
1 " astngly felt, it is maintained.
Something in the nature of conn-;
ter-plnn la the proposal to install at
the Turkish university In Btamboul
fourteen German professors, who In
Turkish an- to giv.- Instruction in psy
chology, pedagogy, the history of the
oriental languages, geography, geolo
gy, mineralogy, botany soology, or
ganic and Inorganic chemistry, law
economics! finance anil Semitic in 11 -
guatgea.
FOR RP.N r KK,m. MtiS. fnclns alter In
hualersa aertbm. HnlUhla tor oluinbuis or
CU
AN ED
tin shoo, oe atnrmf: beat and water in-
Z .'?Ti
CEO. E PMAjR,
IT'S OL'R TMiRQ ANNIVERSARY.
TOO
Although l uropr has it marble halts.
With hih and fc0a anj mmN wall.
Where size ami height and hreadlh
appals.
I hae them trimmed at home
St. Paul's, in its immensity .
I., but a little sha.k to ine
Likewise St IVters -j'er the ea.
t-uff all it massi.e dome.
One time I thought our Hat Ml I
The ceiling now are ten miles laH
And Idrtv miles If-oa Mall to stall
And dull and daok and gras.
It was a .o little nook
As carefree as .1 1 ipi-ting hrnok.
Hilt (Mb) hew nels sinse the tfl
M) little pal MtaJ I
If Bvtn had kept still ' might base
won a pennant, and set it had kept
still he might hate ihokcd to .. nth
In Autumn . CMcage baseball .rib, I
,.,h u ...I. A.. h ha. t .1.. la III
repeat last sear s dope on the C Us series
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Mi
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The critics pan Coniiakay be
cause nj spends ins raona) fresay.
They panned Murphy because Bt
dldn t. In othei words, It'i a gai
Harry VS oiler it is .aid lias refused
several offers to ert.trn tu maior league
:ball. VN hat does he mean, inaioi league
balf- He was with the anks.
the Cubs huse at least one cheerful
thought to smooth the wrinkles from
their leiered brows, there is no ninit
place in the National League.
Men's clothes, we are told, will con
form to the figure this eur. Hi are
triing to raise the price of a pair of
smoked goggles.
AUTUMN.
Tbe melanclinlv day s are come,
the saddest of the vear.
It makes a fellow lad and glum
hen he is lorced to hear
Fielding average,,
Stolen baaagi
Color,
1 if 1 very Halnry hound
w im happangi
They put the sport page on the bum
With ancient dope and sere.
The melancholy days are come.
The saddest of the yeat.
TOTAL LOSSES IF
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lav ".-, .., asicisL 1 mtn wiaai
Amsterdam, Oct. 2 (via London, 9 ""
p. in.) The Prussian casualty lists No,
910 to No 919, covering the period
from September 17 to Septembei 28
announce tts.itis casufsmca
from No. :: 10 to 3 1 1 1 ontall
names: tin list from No
829 gave BS.446 names, at
mainlng list, as above,
Ilesidea the f'russiati lists
been published 924 Bava
Saxon, 974 Wurtteniburg,
naval ami four lists of I'm
cers and non-conimissinio il
the Turk lab service,
300,000 GERM M V
mi 1 1. in
Mill Kl
in Fr uiciscii. Oct. 'J A statement I
209.900 German prisoners 01 w.u ,
ukcts or
cuits was
asking rel
Q ..tee r
grocery J'
-ontaineil in a alileiiiam
f receh ed here today by
Volkmann, member ,,f '
bins firm. The message I
was from the relief COinnw
Tien Tain it read:
"Publish w idely German pres
1, '.'ii".
ruMiim v.i.i-13 1 - 1
000 war prisoners, Siberia, absolutely.
no blankets no mats, rrgent iit- ii
Shipment direct American cousin
Vladivoatock for speelai representa-i
PRUSSIA ADMITS
916.000
tiutr,
LARGEST SHADE
TREES BEST. IS
FOUND Elf TEST
The bestowal nl the p
me hi VVorthlnaton. I
in- 1 11 1 Inn 1 roi eaten nowaday ara
recommending ttir species especially
tor cit) planting They say ihat long
experience with sycamores planted in
it atrei u has ahown thai the species
is peculutrh able to withstand the
imoke, dual ami gases which are ua
ually .in unavoidabl mplemeni of
m, ilic kvi
h fO sliaili
vc purpoaes
inf tin eat
(actor) si
1 in,. 1 iin- Hi
ICS III
ami
hundreil
tin cheat!
nitau atatt ii hkik
aluable contribu
Mans Ki inarl.ai li
fi
it li
1 this ii Georgia tow
had the largeal ia
world, though ih
1 Botnathing oyer
'ference. a white
! nfaaaaohuaatta with
; Inches, a paean v
1 land with a clreun
is Inchei and a ci
; with n girth of iii
tree found is a yi 11
Ircum-
talpa in Arkansas
feel The talleat
iw pnplar in N"orl h
Carolina, Which is ins feel luuh ami
I has a . ii , um ference of 84 feel t
j Inches
New formation I'immmI.
i The value of this conteal J a 1 in its
contribution of new information aa to
the maximum growth attained in tie
ICldUOUa Siern...i ami the localitlei ill
which tin- different apeciea are fairly
well egtabliahed, tin Big Tree nf Cai
llfornla, for etfumpte, Iwlng the
largeel tree In the world: bul In-
I formation on the size ..f declduoui
i Ireei In this countrj has been very
; Incomplete.
j As for had for planting In
jAriconu and New Mexxtco, .1 is as
erted thai there la num. better than
I are) the female or cotton-bearing imti
! viduala. These can be eaally avoided
j by propagating from cuttlnga of male
trees, that Is. tree Ihat are known
I niiiiie early in spring and started by
I thrusting the lower end Into iiamp
I Rround, grow easily, iinil being laken
! from male trees absolutely will not
1 develop the "cotton huhit,"
COLORADOANS ARE
APPRECIATIVE OF
COURTESIES SHOWN
the follow inn .Ni w Ml x
ed at the New Mexico h
Diego Mrs. Robert l
R. Havne. B, T. Echols.
Tnj(
Tin-
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scan siing 1 1.
arniuei thunder
Y011
ap-
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PANAMA MAKES
D
EOR FIRST M
MISPONMN,
'n mi their Uert.
hlblta 1.1 tht Iteptiblii of
in addli Ion lo a compn in n
el inn showing her n i 1 ti 1 ,1 1 .
.1' 1 in- mosl n markahie
ill io. iin famous .Mv:
Thi Aivai adn col-
a number "f price- 1
in- irlnit upon ""' I
iblted South Amt'fl- 1
.,1 ho
ni tin
r. than
hibition, w 1 1 i 1
manufacturei i
ana ma naa oeen
Ited Stales, III
read) hna coftiplpted a
huilding Ipon ill expoal
nl, the jftyner ftuor nf
T 111
I'ai
nils nf
1 Aim rican manuiuciurei a.
1 The exposition la primarily -
I me ratls , of tin tliacovery uf
; South Si aa by Balboa, and n aple
1 aiatue of tin- famoua dlacovered 01
j Pacific "i ean ia lu be uiivtilb d
I (he bow "I Hi
1 real ol 1 he arc
nf ill Ih, Alliel lea
tin Pa 11-, merlcan
Mr, McPlurg followi
I clouueiil lecture 01
lull, I III
and Ihe
lowing 1
I .lie.
building. I pnn leavl
stopped ai tin- inforn
'ERS MINE TO PAY
FOR CARE OF W0UNDE
lAsaorlilted l're-s I nrri'slionileni f . ,
Wellington, New Zealand, Hept, 1
h Is announced by the government
that a wealthy woman resident of Nea
aland has offered to make the 1 ni
nny a free tin of one of the moal 1 -mibie
piece- of min.ru land In the Is
land, Ihe only condition In-i UK that all
profits from the .ale of mini ra is sha II
he uaeii for the support ot snundad
soldiers
The land offered contains print I pal
ly an ore called scheeHte, yielding
tungsten, which is used principally la
harden ng steel, The deposit, accord-
n - ,.n,-i,ii f.rs hriiibt vielil
:ti, in," tnm of the metal, worth about
REPARATIONS
97,00O,O90,
FORTY RECEIVE
COVETED ORDER
POUR LA MERITE
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