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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, MONDAY. OCTOBER 18. 1915.
GAME Interesting Play in Third World's Series Game LEAVES SHOWS NO CHANGE . FAT CHECK; GOOD WITH REST DURING THE WEEK K THANKS PEOPLE OF STATE -BURSUM FOUR GRIDIRON ROGERS ALB UOUE RGUE IN PS STFRN SCIILOSS & CO. Genfral V srnbutor, j In nil tto I to bl 1 M ins "s I ht: i m The I' al t.-t will . ..Hi' m when t 'ot mil ii I " bl ide Tlo- " '..no li ii" hi one "f unnangl power, skin ami nta) peavi uta th.- in-'l 1 1 1 1 1 ioji has had In h np v bit.- the en. d I lo the soldi. I Wei! ret a dangerous mill, et I ivu Ii a ! fa. tot Th. in l I tUln fmm I v est I'oi fa. I that th al tn i VSlOfi li defense SUffK hold the fob at 1 i ln-i k for any 1 ig1 h to in i M I IMM 'l b lss Katisa- itv. Mo . 1 1 t : K inaai provided Up .ei.i nurprtwe -.1 Mil soon fiioihiili in its gatm .esterday with Mrake who h win to Kan I the unsstpettedl) laiw seori of 10 I" - a - a result f.ii...,s ,.f ih. arid Iron spoil pirki d Katisa - 'he k ni Nta nfitwineOI of KetirsskH for Urn tea " 1 itot s to First Meeting of Naval Advisory Board at Washington, Oct. 6 ' . v.-. ,i- J.l gL w ' ' . ' v. "'WHV fill jlB ! 0H3 SPIESS COP IS S k niririneii vuaniy ass peris Under Governn ResUations: Perma ! I III I ' 111 pel it loll, nd Uncetl Unit in. ('hail Mi Mi .. i in Th. -in i-i i the an the sin 1 1, II if Up- Al Wo-mett Millliiit In-Hinti WON BI CADETS ESS ON itCCfO Ai"D' Ae OH HIST, TOURING BALLPLAYERS ARE READY TO START NOTICES OF INTENTION FILED WITH ENGINEER ,IMfl COl 51 PURSE AT STAKE IN MECCA ITCH TONIGHT nrlowe. 1 00 I tilt and I M ' a. thlna of a lat. ntriil aveuu , f .- ,,,. hospitality .ii.il that xoii have earned th match loiiiKhi ' rln' '"' recogftlaed as the ua- ildmlsii charge! j ,od,an "' stale fair... We will Uarlowe v ill give i support you lo thai end, and We ex-inii.-i oill. .mis uttd t'nd tin wish that as a city and as h'Pitioti lo Kins at individuals ymi may meet the success t hat you so well merit ' Pacific Coast League )RPED0 BC Statement Expr preciation of Tr CSI - 111 - li ny ..ml th Wll thai H.m rii coun- understand hi appreciation honors that his nt hadl tin fair it. gatrs out the ik stal. -mi ii; ioi publication; VlHWi't'lnMsi t oaiii ssas. iiehall of tin- cttisene of House mty 1 wish to exiires our sin-i ipredatlon of the many oHf rd thi royal reception that we eci . . ed ai this New .Mi n o hi We wish particularly to ' belief in the ability ""'!, '" 'hM of f. I li. i t- is no ,iiestlon but i success of th,. enterprise is! attributable Ip Mr. I'utuev; also. 1 1 1 ugntte that titer tire thel official! who have whole llj ascrll i. ed their personal an.i devoted themselves 10 . - Hi. fair, Without the support oi these other men anscments could not hnjve nil. a OUI SO smoothly and fully, 11 has been essentially ..r 1 m- whole people of New riyoiii- nut cnaer-i.- i.. ih, wheel Icularl) Is won ifti im n, all of th d value them as si onscious ihnt ib hi hard to hold th oil. of the Portales val in .a Por tales ais. In Ihe ladies of VI ii. William durins b We n - agnlse the press im tor in tip. npbuildlni la I New Mexk o. 1. . h.i.i t he opportunity on people of Albuouer- KILTIES" CONCERT FOR NATIONAL GUARD DRAWS BIG CROWD AT ARMORY .and has ml night ml red peopk i-i, enough ..it waa a nood one trom 'lush .1. foales l.oi khnrt nub' r ol ihe solos wha.-h r him so popular in Albu- That Fairs Were for Local Benefit. iu-ri made g....d," MM Mr. speaking i.i.-t muht t lh! l; ait slut fair "It was the first r.al state f-.il We cr h.lll as -'T nil' who mii u RftoWS, Th n::n -a-tn-nt d -serves Kipat credit t'..i the "k .in.l ii i ! 1 1 v hnwn In overcoming the feet ing that flirted m the state that the fairy were held targe for th. bene fit of OCl people. The Mthlbitl 'ni. Id have d on e credit tu anv uf the agricultural Si ites that havt' t ninth larger population than New vj, has. i re ir it standpoint of ffli i.-nc-nothing mere could be expected How mi. tii'in Ihe itund point ..f attend knee, while ii was much largei than that at former fair wasa counties . di.l i . . it tend m larg. represents ion iiH Up y should haw tent Heeevei t. impi i I m - Dm - 11 ii. "There's one tinny that is abso lute!) essential I., the prosperity ami growth Of ih state That Is the a lp- Ing out of sectlona Itsm. The spirit of unity must prevail tlirouichout ev er., count) 111 matters relating to the development ami general prosperity of Nc Mexii Oth ' :se W can I '-X- pai a with tne progress . use resources demand, beginning toward this end was due largely to P miu 1. desln d the Indefatigable and ;'hle work of th. I. in msnagemeut, headed bj Mr Putney, ami the loyalty ami patriotism i of Albuquerque cltlaens who gave be ytgid reasonable limit of (heir means I to tin end that fairs ill the future I niiKht become state fill's, in realit) as I well hi in nam- "I haven't heald a single Word of complaint against tin- treatment ao- I Corded visitors. Bvety person who I attended the fair left a booster for I the next UlVf (Viunties a Voice, "111 Illy iudgmenl it would be well to I organize permanent fait committees, I reproaentlni '-very county, who should I.. niveii a voice In the preparation of tin program and policies. This 1 ought lo le don.- lottf in advaii.'e "1 the fair to allow plenty of time for ! preparation, I believe these commit teea would in- of material aaatstaoce t" the . ommlssioners. "There is no doubt in my mind but Unit full appreciation of what h is been accomplished and what may be accomplished through the agenc) of n! fan upon the basis of Up one JUStl Closed will he shown by the stale at I ; latino until after the m xt fair confidence inspired by the till will command more general and i I material support throughout 1 state " fair OI Ti.olM, Tit l- MM NTIIX ,i vi vi I D w 1 1 ii i isi pons i-r the rush nf hundreds been attending tie fair, Saturday night th,. San day again Hound it necess Whl extra cars mi several outward- I trains. Nil. 1U, having her day morning, had two addition! No. IIS had three. No. 'J had OW had one and a "deadhead" ea was ppened 10 returning fair glao goem were Paso 11 st night two antra c hooked on No. Ot, one for and one fur Iteming. The lln.ndage fan iv.t 1 COmpt nanl from bete lo Amkrlllo, Tex. ' conrpany's ears left here yest. n morning on train No. 19 for Bel Th. Kilties' ear left shortly al midnight "it train No, for Ash K On the way to Phoenix. quarque, and Wee Jarals Clark was I most enterfhlnlng IP his bagpipe se lections A saxophone solo by Di rector Newlati was a pleasing future, j The Kilties left at inidniKhl fori Flagstaff, where they will give a concert tonight Prom Flagstaff they will go to Phoenix ami Prescott, and I thence to the Pacific t ..ast. The central firs compan) was n ed out early yesordav afterm When burning leaves in the rear the home of John l.ee flmke. West Roma avenue, caused an alai Famous Georgia Minstrels Monday, October will be laugh-1 bag nlghi at the cryatal theater, for on that date those thirty funny fel-1 lows comprising Richards Prlngle's Ptamaui Minatrala will cut things louse The big Opening number. "The I Paluce "f Hevelry. will bS a reveta- turn This beautiful production is al ninsterpieee of the s. en,, painters' art, I ami has been months hi' construction I The costumes and settings .omptis.-j several thousand yards of silk, satin and velvet Twentj of the best sing-1 ers ever . arried by a minstrel nrgatll-j Satlon and twelve of the funniest . oniedlans will hold high revelry for; ... hom- This will be foll'mred hij an other hour ami a half uf the bright est and snappiest of olios, comprising! ivv i big spectaCUlat southern numbers. Introducing souks and .lances of tin southland a only the negto can exe- . nt. them. Haven other big vsude-j Uta ' ts and a one-Set miis ,, , ome- j dy that is one long sireum of laugh-! ter The eompaoy 1 1 . arrive in their I own special cars early on the shovel date and Kiv- S big free street parade at noon. Another concert will bel given by the band in front of Up j theater at 7:30 .. . lock in the evening, j Tint LATK It CLASSIFY. W A NTKI -Waitl. at fioet?. . f. I-'. iR s LK 'vi rland roadster In goad condition ISaVing city , must sell, fall at C oleniati-Itlank Oarage MAM wants plain furnished room, .Hint family, permanent, near Cen tral; II week. Address :t-J, care .Journal Results from Journal Want Ad? LUMBER Albuquerque Lumber Company 421 MOUTH FIRST STItIT 71 ill i: .iiim:v HI I I It- This ami ... Ilf.VT MISS THIS. Cat out tab ally, enclose with .' and man it in i-'... in - Co., Chicago, ill., writing youi name and addreaa clearly. You win receive in return a trial package con taining Foley's Honey and Tar Com (ootid, t'-r oui!i. colds and r ut Foley Kldnej Pills, for pain in aide and back, rheumatism, barkaehr nay ami bladder ailments; and i Cathartic Tablets, a wholesome thoroughly ckMnalnig cathartic, constipation, biliousness, headache sluggish bowels. Sold everywlK-n lev I lid POUND SALE 22nd da) of Octo loek a. m . In from on North Second mi l av horse about 1 weigh about i.n OOl and rmht hind si..i on forehead of the . its Street. I Wl I M-ar; hall Km fool n . land nose: brand 1 on both this he, Til' i.l.S l M 1 1. 1. I.N, Citl Marshal SPECIAL TO WOMEN The most economical, cleansiug and germicidal uf all antiseptics lg A aoluble Antiseptic Powder to be dissolved in water as needed. As a medicinal antiseptic for douches In treating catarrh, inflammation or ulceration of nose, throat, and that caused by feminine Ills il has no equal. For ten years the Lydiu E. Pinkham Medicine Co. has recommended Paxtine in their private correspondence with women, which proves Its superiortry. Women who have been cured say it is "worth its weight In gold." At druggists. 60c. largo box, or by mail. The Paxton Toilet Co., lloston, Masi;. How She Cured Her Husband 'For five years my husband suffered th his stomach. The n et!' inc he took ly gave relief for a while, nothing -ISfl l'nre''' writes. Mi-i H 3JI Sarah Ttak'-r oi Not tlnghill, Mo. "Onr Die r chant bought some of Chamber lain's medicines last fall ami also re Ceivcil SOOU free trial samples of Chamber Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. He gave us some of them atnl I wanted my '. un hand to try them. He sai.l it would do no good. His stomach End been troubling him worse than ever. At last on Friday 1 told him if he would not ttike those tablets I was going to send for a doctor, and he said he would take them. By Monday he was like another man. The blues were gone, no more trouble with his stomach, and the best part is that the trouble has not returned. I cannot praise Chamber lain's Tablets too highly " 9 THE WM. FARR COMPANY Wholesale and Retail Dealers In I KI -II AM) Si,T MICATS Sausage n KptM-lalty For Cattle and Hogs lilt- llbtveat Msrket Prices Are Pmld. DUKE CITY Cleaners-Hatters 20 V(st tiold Phone 44S Hudson for Signs j I Wall Paper f HUDSON for Picture Frames Fourth St. ami Copper Ave BALDRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY PAROID ROOFING with 15 year guarantee DRUMMER ALLEYS FOR E5ERCISB Try a tiame of Ten Pins tns Wet tiold Glass-Paint Cement-Plaster 1 sjjjpi