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:rqu morning journal. Thursday. October 21. 1915. They Are Now Real Monarchs in 1 1 n'GERMMIY EXPEIIT5 ALLIED TROOPS ShdectlfcuUetf! Sure Voo Oat LEADS AT END DP THE FIRST STAGE PEACE BI SPRING ON PENINSULA HORLICK'S THE ORIGINAL OOOOOO' o O Sm Or 1, , O ' O flRE I IM ACT I V E ??Tf'TJ r or In! jnK Invalids nd Lrowing children Pun- nutrition, upbuildmgthe wholcbody. r . p. ! Invtoratesthenurs.ngn.othodthaged. tUatlOll ut rreilCll and tllC- Rich milk, malted grain in powder (ortn. Ii sh Not Impioved, Accord- A ajuck luck pnputi ba minute. Take a Package Home UnioBsyousay "HORLICK'S" you may got a substitute. o o 0000000000c 'OCOOOOOOO dent Believes Willing to Large Territoi Kaiser Is! Follow 'Doufihbo; sonville National Pn NFANTRY TEAM WITH INDEMNITY ,,m PPLF -', mi 1 r Mm nnr i.n-d uf ihi National n. v (in ii' bins i n" id 'l -"" rapid fire, Th Ii 1 -omprise f WHALES ARE INFORMED THEY ARE CHAMPIONS OF WORLD BY GILMORE rhi'iiK", ''ii .'" 'I'hi member "f ihi Cktragn I'him nf the Federal league will in- presented with medals a tin league declaring t lii-ii) cham pions f the wo tn 11 letter rv Titik-i nutrias, .limn a. 1 itim Panne In I'iiIIKI ill tin nlng the I 1I1 i . letter M 'Iniisnnn Ii mi fm ma, iccordlng ii toaa) BI .r tin lean from PI 1 Mill III nf I III hi Tinker on win- nni ii inn 1 cotnnna pi Mt ihaJlenw ide ttle champion 1 In 1 1 ) ' 1 1 1 Hi 1 1 1 1 1 1 lil mil it villi COAST LEAGUE PENNANT IS CINCHED BY FRISCO ia 1 mirhm ii 141 tlaail nsi Sun Kiiini in' ', ' ii 1 :n B) winning inday'a ante from Oakland t .1 1 11I n in 1, Hi" him Kraneke-o ' lull won ttw f hamplonahlp nf the Pa Ifli Coast Mt Hiimiiii Him Francisco lose, nil (in 1 tn .1 i 11 1 1 it game nf Hi.- season Mitt. I) ilneea UiIh week, Hi. would Pacific Coast League lakland, i and, -'. Vm BENJAMIN & WEILLER BUY FRED SCHOLLE'S THREE BIG RANCHES log ninny thousands nf dollar, l toiiHii inn 1 .11 ii inn yesterday Pred pk'linlli . Ki ln nil 1111 nli, ml of Helen,! null) his ihn 1 cattlt and heep ranch" en. lorated in the counties nf Rororrul ami Valencia, lajaludlni rattle, sheep, I avoeee, ranch supplies and Imple ments, in the Benjamin & Welllerl Bheep t'ompani of thisein. The eon BANK CLERKS MAY BUILD THEIR SANATORIUM HERE I hey loi ale tin n ii hi e member In ii ihe lev idy deicrmliicd n an institution all Hernd M ion is Hint II in bUlh I indent mi' rn i in . in c tin Preabyterian sanulorlum DEATHS AND FUNERALS. Mill Th Mi surah slum s.H ab Hhaa , 17 j nsr pld dlt -i la i nnii mug at he) bcim !S0 j f'entral avenue Tim famll) tmni shaw . n Kamy and a Kn n Trim tile I'M" I i h i m roads STERN SCHLOSS A -l) Uenera! Disirihuio,. Albuqurrgur. N. M. ' i. ' ed at Any Moment; North- V thewevomf. " m pertain Marches To- run team ward State af Sonora. BHnrs. ,,yiaaBaa , "T ' Mf,N,NO lOUHNAI. tftl lL LIUID WISH jlf 7S 1 1 -. 1 v . 1 19. The de- I aL"I ' X r... .... 1 1 . . ... 1 11. k 1.1 . I si I 111 I Inn 1 1. f 1 1 .. ,,t I I,., I i i'i... r,. Mr,, , I I . ' f-far'aT' ii"n itdei 1 hi '. 1 - i "H, 1 1 1 1 . ! and round houae at Chihuahua I J k ' aL '" ' 1 ' 1 1 h 1 City and t hi disablement ,.r .1 number L I...- 1 'ttrnm- ' '' " . 1 v . uHiwtst. uHAnutu 1 w . ,.i;...,i;:, . ikrficr WITH STEALING FROM ' , r W5 4 COUNTRYMAN. CAUGHT llfc., A tile 'Ii I Wt, ' j I'. Mi.iiiii 1 ;u :, nill 1 ! heri in that uen. fjygyS, . , M 1 M "III.,. , ..ii, 1,,. 1. Mini- ill . '.5mf II. in 1 1. v.. , .11 .In w ill I'MIM.iiii linn until tln- u 'laaear in, i-i , it , nl I'mIm in , n ' ,' 1 , imi'i'i .--umuHriuu 1 "J tirri.t- iU ! t ' tliteviirii, n in i la n id nut hi rifl left ""' ll" " Br 1,1 ,sllh th'ra '" ' ' ' n-1 Iiihi nlahl m ink, charVi nl film v.. Urandea, 1 i , i, , liiKtici' i, ,.,.,. ii 1 I! port from i'uhi Orunde toduvl ' 1 . . ' ' . .'. iv. v.. il.ul i ... 1 1 1 , i I 'IM li.i.l ,l..,.',.f,l TfJEBAS ffl ROUTE WILL GET SHARE OF FUND Road iii Estanc Minla-Sandoval linpiovoinent, Road fOl peni in bultdlnii a n Albuquerque lo ly line tin, i I, nil I he M..I I In I ll . i Fteali in this tin- Torrance Tljcras ci in n PHI I nf ihe i con ni ''"1 D, K mill lie i ni i in 1 1 s 1 1 pressntatlvr iwi nainin eounti road board, John H H' ,i i n, pi eatdenti ni 1 1 rose, si . 1 1 Inn , IicIiik a lil. I I th . Ithc R I,. Ii-lli e llel r- SHld, Hi fulls Innked lllli commission m leetcd ihe i named fni liuprovctneni m tvn rninbi la I mi 1 1 1 1. 1 ' 1 1 i . i i f Ihe stal hiahwa) . mi Bnglueer .lam mission ol w It i. h Ktat Ch is a mi oiln i .nun n i nmoul i of ni pr Hose I o tli ally ouuty lis, , (,, -ban I n mt "ml i-ntal In R sell' i-s tii'ini nth Usui sM made in w nnbi H0B0 FOUND HIDDEN UNDER POUCHES IN NO. 9'S MAIL CAR Km ll, tallln I lf fm In , M i- hUSS s riiitii; tie .might s Ash I' .'l k, At ir lid nllb-ss thirst ' - Lvacuation of Juarez Lxpcct- , ", i . 1 1 " i i mm i'ii In con ' i ii 1 1 in ny wio. i i imi ii , i i o mi v ' ' .j ' ", . i prnvlaloned ti trpvpi for the over- ,!'., , r, mini nliilili In Rtttttira, 10 ha rind In uplie.irVil .I Hie re.-ln Dm 'hrr. ir .let all At 1 11 i 11 Ma: linlU'i i i n ii- - llnrtl) ii i iii hi : Inilli kinds hitii lilies. ifflHll oca. ir joiniills TOO I. Ml 'lit i l.ASSlr'Y. OH ni n lisl- Thrilling Play 5 5 Last Game of ri Si. K 1 -it V ' V'' ' M i HP l fa ' 'Tft-j H lasasaMaBMi's.-Brtv-'. '-,l!!'';;'','i' ' - tVltlpll d In He. TO. pn tin . bail an Paaht inows u v llh mm r nt ENORMOUS TRACT TO BE MADE AVAILABLE FOR HOMESTEAD ENTRY Al. " ', - I M Ke Oft rn Mi 2n. NNISCl .1.- More ihn ir by Mix neral deral t Hie Hie I I cii- ii ii Bf Sn iirwnrdln Tin total IPs is dm braced i hese frin - 'Ii 131 acres Th pi are located nn the icn ami Arlsona. Hun-i-i k n e em rj men Um e if n aiixtoiisly wnjliig fnr the survey of i In Be n IlllWpa, , More than 2,000,000 in i. s Inn,, been surveyed In i'u Minie during the administration of llli Comes Up in 5 World's Series IlilltK Ihi I'l'O seen wnfchlng III! play a, the elrnn next nipil'e i mid. m, plate is Tin i who until' t'i iv, Cravaah. ti m at hgt, and king t''e pta) ai n..i I-. if if mist mtlil' ol.i. .-! and H'iiiincnt stute offn nils iM cun- wis.iinm with the Asm., i.tt.'.l l'rnsn i 'ii i i'.s m 1 1 m 1 1 -n i may be taken aa tsdlca live of the vii w on thi- probable du ra' mi "f Ike w.ir h.-iii in Qertnan gov- i ii in nl chrrlea or, at mu rate, m cer tain infiii. nl nt I quarter nf the gov ernment, Th peraon quoted occupiea .. poeitkia win. h Ii nils much wmKht I., ins OptnlOa on this aVbJCCt and the n nini k ns iiih( iin ill. nl;i My during i dlacuaaion of certain futuro domI- Itii-N in the itaik.m attuntion, Preaeid tn give a riniwn fur his opinion as to the time whin tin- war uonid and, the offtiial replied that he bnaed his ekpactatlona larKdy "on the sound Inisiin ss si-nsn of I In llnlish, Whloh would Lad them t.. umvc fur PpaCe as sunn as tin y saw nnining was In ho gaiinil y Continuing the war. tYe miw hold in the west." he con tinued, 'a strong fortified line melon- mi; i in- tin. ii enclave nf French ami Belgian territory. We shall aaoa have a similar line l'ortifi.d in tln .nsl mies In iir.'iik thi'MUKh "I have much confidence in um luaineaa sense nt tin brttian and think hilt when nni i the nave found the audaneliea cannot he (oread this win cad them In tiiki steps in Ihe direi - II of n i' e fin ma ii j rhe correapc Wails Suggestion. ndi in auggeeted that ni-.. men usually are unwilling In kn a contract wherein all the ud Utgea nf condltlona arc on Ihe side the other Par tie In II and Ihat it was customary m DUBlnea circle to have Home di finite idea of the frnin upon which nn agreemenl would be pomilblA before siitiiik down t" draw up a contract The official i for Germany to make siaii this time on the condition i might pnealhly I e Interpn tec confession of weakmss, and preaent he preferred to awn i urea from the other aide, Since ihis conversation th id that lent at pence g Hie ,v,,r. rre- ha iponrient of th Associated Press heard similar remark fmm uthei of. tlii, lis. The visor with which the va rious political groups ami big Indus trie commercial ami agricultural on ganiautlona are pursuing the discus sion of iin- tahooed topic nf tin- nims of the war," Indicates, in", that thw government is gii in si rlouj conald- i rati. m to the sul'tei t of nca-'c. This discuss nn and Ihe nracular utterances of in-. Karl iHelfferlch, secretary nf i in- i 'n i um n Imperial treasury, Kir (Cdward Qrey, British foreign secrc inry, nnd other responaible person iiki s nn possible ami Impossible con ililli.ns nf peace, give color to the sus picion that something may lie going on behind the curtain. n (ieneral Annexation, No tatement, however, as in Qer ((u. maiiv's pence cmnlilioiis can lie It yen irtaln th gov-I'llll-I III 11 -I icr-cha-in nt has leached any formal ii as In the extent of Mgui for the futllle ReCUrity nf tn which the emperor annd many cellor i loiioii repeatedl) itterance. Should it however, in haxard lie per- . guess, ot on any authoritative stiite bui mi personal observations nnd d dUCtlons and remark dmpped; fn thi in time Assm-I tune i pn In ifficial circles, correspondent 'lit IllelU lelglum itions nf blue ik other exlenl nlithus annex by the seem practi- th. emanded -Is. win nnin armies. Tim i ardlnal point in the desires nf official Germany, if ihai e arc correct, is at presi nt deniiilly. issumptlona a largo In- restoration pire in un irtaln addl- expl IISC of 1111 I M I ll ll I ll lions, presumably at tin Belgium. Thai nation w milted to retain lis Inilt milil be pcr-leiub-nce nnd ptimi of the The demand trip nf let l i territories, with the ex e Mouse line nf f oi l resses. i for an annexation nf tory down I. the coast line has been '.Ir,. 1- if 1...I.....I ,1 Ml.. .,'.,.' . l I, . I , t. .... ip.ut of the government's program ivil exoerts ate no longer named .Naval t xpeus. ati no langi i ., on the necessity of th iiiil.-h-discuhscd I naVal bas mi the HngllSh Channel, particularly in vles of the develop- in, nt ol the siilmi irines ", ' 1 1 lM 1 1 in i no . erance la innked to provide a argt . I part of the i-xpi-cicii imicnimti ler- : rttoris i i I parent! amis am ' nnfine France ap- i I tc rcctlficatimi itler fnr strategic reasons. -list the situation is less ilier In the war the gnvcrn- ir. nt ly did not contemplate) Mire in essoins nf territory j i expense, beyond K poaalble f Ho- frontier fnr strategic; l!o strong defensive swamp line formed lil ihe Bug.! 1 aria l ivers. The steady victories and tin Insistence! at RUMN ad a nee reasons to ami river Karen am! chain nf nf Austen even and Hollwes ir on 'due ni a change, how Um von Beth man n-, trust speech indie. il initiation t" deprive ish territories. if i lermon daman di 1 1 ! Itnss-ni This 'f h 1' statement wilile seaming to be ,1 cool assumption ol certain ultimate victory, at sym I beaten and I ha I so,,o i iii ch ii r Balkan Ml uatkin their l. nnr. g'lv Turktv. whence stuff and other arguments as to the Impose! keeping the manhood at Ik i the firing: line for a pi period, as to Hi.- ateadily financial burden of ihe war, paralysis ..f Qerman business dlit lite el poses in rice ted to war pur nnd as in th.- general desire fm 'ii.i repb that i.ther nation .lew- llslliuipsii-i rlln, i h i. "a i by Wli Ill War. 'eless to S iv Villa), -Two him. Ir., I and ''ighty-alx Jew in the Herman army have been promoted to be officers and 4.00ft Jewish soldier in the army have been decorated with the iron cross of the first ( hiss, ai cording to an Vows agency dispatch lodny overseas i laeai mirf irr ' ni, . Conatantinople, Start. 2. When the j A smi .liiti-d Press l orrespondenl left the QadlipolJ pentRaajla, after an eiKht- ; day stay mi the front, the allied troops hi BedHSul llahr, on the tip of the pe- I ninauhv, hud been Inactive for mora than tliri" weeks. Their 'position was j I no more favorable than that of their j I COmradea in the Auafaila region H8 . deacrihed in yeaterdny'a letter. Fn Id Marshal l.im.in VOH Sanders, I llo Cerinan nffiecr in Command nf the Turkish furies gave his idea of! I the general situation as fnllnws: ' "1 am tmi old tn lie nn opt 1 mint, hut I believe I am uhnolutely confident thai unless si.iniihinK extraordinary j nn urs. we shall hold the allies where: j they ore." The field marshal is 5 years old. Bo far is enncerns the allied forces i at S. i lil ul Bnhr, it apparently has ! been demonstrated that it is next to , ImpoantM for them to advance, with I onemtiona conducted! within the ramie of mnaimahlti ami permlanthle aacrl-1 flee of lin n In Other wnrds. it is I sum poeatble in dialodge the Turks, hut to do ao would cgwtti too great a nih il, the allies i in that front, as at An- Iter 1 1, itions. Though both fields .small, the Turks ha of kilometers ,,f tin if action an Iiik Iniudredsi lilt d muntcatihg trenches. Objective of llics BI Jid Tape, in the Bjeddul Bnhr re gion, has been th object lvt of the allies. Heavy nuns ttAtioned on iis KUnimil. the d. nulil easily si inak Kale and of th. ground, riOU quest Inn however, took d the elevation bowever, if correct, The Hid Turks , no chancen sue eaafulr The Ian northern ion had Iwi Ihli -fold purpoae ihe rear I ui Bahr ! it Was I ll I Of the Tu time kiah i no. I iiiikj in i'i.ii . .ii. Dash at the disposal o I lied batteries, from men liauli th works and Tehanak Kale nou 1 oambarded n ffeci I a, ... i ..i... i . . . . i , i. .. idjatche iid Bahi : Qav Kill I serving as sii i ktah troops. Kodjnt hem by tin- British i lugh wis iccupled j Klretch Imt InSI Ufa iii Tbfte was tn serve as a flank position aCalnSl poaalble Turkish attacks mi the allied lines in and sniiili nf the Anafarts plain. t, l"n. was retaken I hy tin Turks. From strktl) military point nf view, political considerations disregarded, the allies mi the penlnau- . i la arc in a less favorable condition to day than the were mi April 26, when . i the firal landing took place. Tin- Turks m tin- Anafarla region for the greater pall are Anatolian ncasants. Bturdjf, tOUgh, inured to I every hardship of war and m it plagued I hy the nerves of their higher-strung J antagonists. Many ,,f them are clad in raits, not a lew are arnica wun sin gle hO I rifles, and most of them wore slipper instead nf shoes. Their food, tlnMih plain, is substantial and wholesome ami their water supply is ample I ( in RKXT KViom. '-..." fauns .1.. In i"i. in.--- M-ctlnn. Hultnhle lor nbiinlilns f j tin shop, or -i " ki-. '" il mul Id- I l,,al 4H,I- tills offls. Various Forms Of Headache "It Ii necessary to nrdor to treat head lohea properly in uniicrmHinl tin. chusm i -inch produce the affection 1 diiys Pr. .1 w. 1 Bay of Bloekton, Ala. Oootlnulns, he says: I Pliydti-tftint ennuot even heKln tin- treat- I merit of n dlnt-sse without Knowing wlist causea Klvc rise to It. and we must rpmrm- in-r hum headache i bobe treated aocordtng to the same rule. We must not only he par- ! tlcular to give a remedy Intended to conn- I erect the cause which produces tlin head i ache, hut we iiiust also iIvh i remedy to relieve iiiniuiin until the eauMoftbetroubl i has been removed. Tosaswertblspuri Antl-kiumdn Tablet will he found a naott I convenient and aatisfaetory remedy. On ! talilet every one to l hree hOUnilVeBCOmfort I nnd rest in the nmst seve m i-aaeaof headache, neuralsl nnd particularly the headaches ; of women." When VS haie a patient subject to regular I iillaeks Of sick hendnche.we hIumiM caiitlnn him to keep lili Imwi'ls remilnr, Inr which ii,hlii ka.l I . I. n n . ..... . .,". ,1 "I ,,' I .1. IV.HIt, ,111111 W II I' 1 i he f-eis the least sign of an oncoming 'attack, he should take two A-K Tablets. , Hu(.h ,,,,, ,hoapj HW1M , ,, nitruote , t( ,.lir,.y n Anll-k.nn.,1,. Tablets, so MtO have them ready for In-itiitit use, Thea tablet ar proaapt in actioa, and can be ; depended no to produce relief In a cry Imw ...Itnitev A . I I A v: -1 la. ... nQ.gnitila Tablets can be obtained at al SraaelatB. F G DiUMgist Says Ladies ing Recipe of Sage and Sulphur, Hair lhat loses Its color and lustre.! or when n fades, turns nitty, duii ana lifeless, is caused In- a lack of sulphur! In the hu ir. Our grandmother made up miXtur of Bttg Tea and Sulphur to k' ep her locks dark and beauttfnl. I and thousands of WOtnB and men who value lhat even color, that beautiful ! dark shade of hair WhlCb is so at- j tractive, use only this old-time, recipe. I Nowadays W get this famous mix-i lure by asklnu- at any drug Store lor h ."--' eiil bottle nf "Vvyeth's Sawe and Siilplutr I om pou tul . which darkens 'the hair so naturally. evenly, that nohodc can possibly till it has been applied Beside, it takes off dandruff, stops scalp it. hing and falling hair Yon just dampen a spmige or soft brush with it nil draw 'his through yonr hair, taking one small strand at a time. By mornini; the gray hair dis appears; hut what delimits )n ladies with Wyeth's Ke and SulphUI Is that, besides beautifully darkening the hair after a few applications, it also brings hack the gloss and lustre and gives it jen appearance of abundance. EW FOLKS HAVE RAY RAIR NOW I ... m. i.ii DlHirlhutorii M A lliiiquerque, . M. Sign of Value The value o f a trade name to us dealers is measured by its value to you. i To lioth you and us the ward "Clothcraft" identities liasu- worth in clothes for men and young men. ll Mjnd for sixty-nine years of constantly improved manufacturing methods, for Ihe aaesfd el those who huy at till to iS. 1 The Cltacrafl laaal on a coat is a RUaranly ni careful rlet lion of (abrit s, .. r-n: :. workntanship. unquestion able style and satisiaclory ' Come to Ihe store and try on one oi the many attrac tive Cliirher.ift suits and overcoats. He sure to see the Ctothcraft Blue Serge tpadah "4ISI" at tl8 5U and "SIM" at $15 IH) The Clothcraft Store hp Ym rowftt voor ro ALL W 23 CLOTHOIAIT ALL WOOL CXOTHCtf bw. r. ... ir r- cmt. cia M. MANDELL J he QothcTdft Store Albuquerque, N. M. DRUMMER ALLEYS FOB. KXKRCI8E Trj a flame of Ten Pin ZDS Wert (.old 2 Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON for Picture Frames Fourth Hi. and Copper Ave DUKE CITY Cleaners-Hatters tin West . "1,1 1'hen'