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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 21. 1915.
elers. -that an introduction fn
prt iplnent people wa necessary
ALLIED TROOPS
WILL OPEN TOR BUSINESS
4
ish tin right kind of tUteOCBK I
. I leaked them up and found
were hottse iMMl Thsra I
d that the duke of - rould
I letter required,
sec him. Hiid told
a we War kUf lo
UGLY POSITION
KRICUkGENT
NOW ft FAMILIAR
FIGURE ABROAD
0 PENINSULA III
Busy Reaching or 1
tn Reach Belligerent
ing
Gov-
.nlru-
final
tl
.. ttfil I'reas CiirnMponnVnce. V
prj i let. 3. The Anient an agent,
. wn "i,v the lure of war contract-1
nd th x' I'tio'iHl demand for'
im.rr an Keoda in all lines, is bt.oni
' , ,.,. of tin most I .t 1 1 1 1 1 i.t l' figures
. i,, ml, ii. I'aris and the other war,
Moltals ilf KliropC He is taking the
f'l, . ,,f the American pleasure tour- ,
WBO lias almost disappeared from,
the si' -i and the channel Imals. the'
SLj hotel and the boulevards now
! ' y nuota of Americans
tellinc their stories and relating their
experience In dealing with of-1
(ioials over war supplies. They are:
,f the audacious and advent aroui
tnr and prepared on short notice to
talk In round millloas on contract '
for horses. Rims, munitions, or sup- '
plies of any kind.
T of the new type of waT CM
tractors chanced to meet at the Qrand
hotel the other day, and after the,
usual greetings anil Inquiries about'
home, one of them asked the other:
"Wkai is your line'.'"
"Canned woods."
"Doing any business'.'"
"Fine: just closed a hip contract.
ith the m.lltary people for a war ra
tion.
"What kind of a War ration?"
Irish Mm "War Kation."
"Well, we call it an Irish stew in
America, but over here, since the war
beyan. I am tailing it a. war ration,
and It has caught on fine. We take
tln portion of meat good first
clMI meat and no poor stuff - and add
a portion of r.ce, a portion of onions,
a portion of carrots. With seasoning,
that Nil BM make a fine Irish stew.
duke said be would be clail lo intro- I
duce the very man who had ItM
sinning of . nntraols fur m Ii
goods, and at would hi tliR him
in two duVs. I waited anxious
second day. but be did not come, anil
1 have beB waiting ever since But
the duke can do it if he "ants to.
there is no doubt."
ontratl Dahtft Oftea.
Ai.oiher representative of an ev
tensive American industry related the
following experience
"An artillery harness for six I
is beinit furnished to one of tht
liRertnt gov emmienta foe $:;.".( The
contract was first let as a whole to
an Ami man agent at that net price.
!nt as the agent a not in the barn
ess business this bring only on, of
many war contracts lie sublet it to
.mother contractor who made a spe
cialty in horses but not in harness,
so that he in nun sublet the contract
! to us. Now I was able to Ko te tiles'
1 government people and say to them
that 1 would furnish this abt-horae
artillery harness a i ISH inatead of
I I3.r.8, and also would giie them our
first rHde of harness instead of the
! third grade they are a. ttin- Why
it was lust like offering I man gold
sovereigns. But do you know they
would not listen to me. No. they
were perfectly satisfied to pay ;,r,fi
and it did not appeal to them in the
, least to hear they could get something
i belter for J3IN. That's what they
i call conservatism. Can you beat it ?"
proposed At rial CMfc
l One of the most remarkable propo
I sitlons put before the allied govern
ments was for an aerial cruiser, sup-
! ported by seven gigantic airplane,
! with a crew- of seven men carrying
350 fifty-pound dynamite, bom bo,
I guaranteed to By from the Item h
; frontier to Merlin and back or no
I t. Thla ws icnrUerl out With the
Correspondent of Associated
Pi ess Tells ot Difficulties of
English and French at Gal
1 1 poli .
p.. I AsMit In Irtl I'rr-- t ,,rr
the I 'onsta ill mopb . s, pi
jtion of the allied troop
rscs j fai la-Ari-Hurni front n
bel-1 peninsula can hardly b
a promising one So- I
the unpressii'ii gained
elated pfi -s eorrespon
eight d iv stay in the
U. si loo.
The (actor upon Wl
elusion is based aw a
pot tion of the Turkis
Tht
tht
osl-
tfeu
dci
Ana
illlpoll
ed at
J. C. PENNEY COMPANY
n t . ' .
Operating 83 Uolden Kule Stores,
business, Saturday Morning
the new store, whieii
aerating in thirteen -i
j trenches and artillery poaiuoi - and
I th,- statements of Turkish offtt era and
I allied prlsoaers of war What is per
Ihapa of more importance is the reeull
ot lour nuiji i military actions wnuw
occurred walla the correspondent wai
on this from The consisted of an
attack by the allies ,,,i a Turkish BO-
It Ion north ot Kodjatchemen Daub
on the afternoon ,,f August an
aaaaUll on Turkish trenches in the
same general locality on the same
night, and two attacks on Anafarta n
August ?ti antl -'7 In each in-tan e
the allies wen- driven back with
heavy losst s No permanesl advan
tatres w re gained bj them.
The Kisses of the Turks were bv no
mums light in any of these opera
tions, but the allies, acting Oil the of
fohalve, suffered heavily Tip ir losses
for tht four actions are estimated ai
11,000 lo 13.B00 dead and double that
I, u means the v-i ing
Dur ssicm oi buj ing
hut as 1 say over here we call it a war :
ratlin"
Ami what do you think''" he (VOBt
on "We put up that stew in one
pound tin cans, and after they eat thej
Irish stew they're going to use the
tin cans for hand grtnades. Now that
is a fact, and that's where our goods
u Denied to those military people
most the double use they could get
out of them first us a war ration cu i
Hes as a hand grenade, and that'
what closed the contract."
This was told In all seriousness and
was not a story of "the road." so that
there is every reason to expect that
iriah stivv made In America will be
nourishing allied troops and after
Wfini serving them as n re.eptacle for
explosives t,, offset liquid fire, as-(
phyxlatlng giis and other deadly con
trivances. Metal Milk (.loves.
The group of American traveling! A
men had considerably, eiilaigcd while o
this talk was going on. and OPS of tad
new-comers remarked:
' I ve got something thai beats your
Irish stiw. but those people at the
London War office wouldn't adopt it."
lie draw from hts pOOkel a wad of
pliable metal thai gradually unfoide i
Itself into the form of a perfect glove.
It was made of minute links of steel,
much as a ladies' link purse is made, so
that the linked-stecl glove fitted to
the hand and was flexible to all Its
movements.
"Have you noticed." ho explained,
"that the wounded Indian troops In
numb
Tilt
that
could
grtlUe
Thi
th
alllldt d.
fill
the streets of l.ond in invariably have
their rifc-ht hand in a Sling, That is
because the Indian fighter, when he
rushes a Herman trench, grubs the
German bayonets as they're thrust at
him, ami when the bayonet Is lerked
hack it cuts an ugly double-edged
OOnnd In the Indian's hand. That's
why half Hie Indian troops are in hos
pitals with wounded hands.
"Now it was to meet just such a
condition and keep the Indian on the
firing line that Wa got up this steel
linked glove With that on his hand
an Indian can jump in trench and
grab a bayonet, with no danger of a
Wounded iiand. Hut somehow those
war office people wouldn't see it. they
ate standing in their OWtl light, for
every one of (hose gloves would have
kept an Indian soldier at the front."
11 appears to be the consensus of
"Pinion among Ihe commercial men
that it is very hard to do bpsini ss
With the average Kuropean official.
Klrst the bureau systems make an
'ndloss amount of circumlocution and
ted tape, and It is difficult to find out
who Is tha official who has the real
decision. And after that Hie travel
ers mtj that hide-bound conservatism
stands in the way of the adoption of
anything outside of old, well-undsr-stood
modala, many of which are out
"f date They tell many strange e
Ptrtences In their efforts to reach the
right people.
Man Fonts of Graft,
"I was told." suit! one of the trgf
WW?XWtX00
Don't Merely "Stop'
Cough
utmost dtdail, With blue-prints snow
ing a hull something like the rllB
lines of large steam yacht, and
small quick lire (Una mounted on ihe
bow and stein. Above this hull were
the huge airplanes, in two alternate
series one above th- other, so us to
catch the Mir billows." Th, specifi
cations were euually detailed: includ
ing BCVeraj highPOWer engines. The
.JSnHniini iif the olanea and un
tile ! construction as a whole had the ap
proval of an Influential ronauttc so
cietv In America. But the British and
Cietuh air experts were skeptical.
soma "f the declaring that what was
presented on paper could not be tar
ried "ui m actual flight, notwith
standing the offer made to build the
craft and send it on trial voyage
before mtklng a contract. It was
thought thai recent Beppalln raids
might inspire (rftlcWll to take up this
........1 ,or nrotect as an offset, hut
hAU Hov e nor lent B lymoa I
s,i in' .... . .
thetic ear. ....... In ehiu . rnisei
French literary man ion in won -
of the new order Of American they would ba thrown into th
. t..l tha nthftf ninnt. until ' hero heel nuioieiiis.
eonillieii i.i i on ' 1 " -
usktd him if he had seen the sights 'er, when the Turkish troops
of I'aris.
Yes," he said, "but I find that W
oolit e have closed most of the sign a.
"Ok, no," said his literary frtoM
the real sights of Paris, the mono
tin nts. are always open the pan
theons. Notre Dame, the Invalids!
the Madeleine, and the Louvre.
"Ah, cs, I have seen the Louvre
. ..uvklll It
llioi uusoi .
i.ti,, hiv "' sai.l the I rench
honime des lettres In surprise, recall
.i, o, I. veil, ill lii vast Ilf MS o" th
I1IK OH' 1 J . , .
o.. ..tion 1 oi.it hnw ions U
I.OUV If IWIWll"
it take you?" , ,
folic an hour." was the reply
alio s
ion wl
allies have lantieu in
Anafsrts i agton ab tut 1 1 t,vov
nun, a laigc portion of which for e
already hua been used up It is safe
to say that they are today opposed bv
1155,000 Turks who are actually en
trenched, with about sO, "tin in re
serve. Kv, ry advantage of terrain is held
by the Turks, whose trenches are
be ated on higher ground than those
allien today hold thema
I Ana farts, region solely i
.immense artillery f i
i Without the support 0
th
lies on August and 27 tit th
lection of Klreuh Tepe elided
liereible slaughter of llriti
'some .'!,800 dead being count
Igust 28.
Saturday
Morning
Oct. 23,
at 9:00
o'Clock!
doors for
oClock.
the
ll IIUMIl-s I lu
ll 1 1 Iff!
rUantlai 1
The iteration
. I - is a-s',n'il lii'
identkal itli tho8
thtytightim the v
assured.
Our Big Four-page Circular
This Foreword Concerning Our Opening Day:
ttbuquerciue people is s"
DPMFMRF.R THE OPENING HOUR
Saturday; Morning at 9 o'Clock
the New Building with the Yellow Front
d
'LOWELL AND ELIOT
AGAINST SCHOOL
i
I in
mmBMK!
the
nr nnv riPUTimp
nun i ribniiiiib
h troops. '
mu VIFWiMA REPORTS
41 0-412
at f sO a I
w. central I
VON KLUCK H Ai
1 1 .
BEEN
5ERV
l Ml
REVOLT
.EATENING
KINO
Gas in The Stomach
Is Dangerous
PfnAi i tittr, Win
t bj Wil l less
a l, Kundi i ii.
th famoui
in first a mi
commander
hman puzzled
which has lc!t the r re
ilffllllNS PRESS
II W W W
TEUTONS HAHU UN
nniiTiirmi rnntlT
uuinLnn rnuni
Italians Are Attack
... lil .nUNNAL tPKCtAL CftAtfO
Potrogiad, Oct, 20 (via Londoa,
tha. Si, 12:50 a. m.) Th war office
today issued tha following commum-
in it
region
nils of
in tht)
1
Stop
wwcxOOOOXXOCOOtX
u raldsd
South" est
fill di7.ell
id rolling
;ermans
e..cinll of
Alt
ISe 1 htm- thai litiun
nd the I nuab irlll
Xnp IKelf
A
id,
nrjaada 1
iaauaattoa
"us pisa
aad 1 oust, d
dh a f
int
more
61
a
with
gh
o
l barsfors,
t 'i un
"JTlghttng continues la
ni Milan road anil tin
Dial and also at many poll
lorest east of Itued.
"OUT aeroplanes vesterd
the station of Fricdrit htui.
of Milan, and dropped aevt
bombs on the buildings a
stock.
"tin the Dvinsk front tht
lt.iit ereii at attack in the
,l I tunM rtoftnak tn Nov
nnd'rovsk itml inward the south of
Lake Ucdum, but it waa rspulscd.
North "i UalM Boglnskoys tin- snemi
attacked Hie village of OurmltWl.
Our fire drove him back.
tin the left bank of the Htyi our
1 troops have continued Well punmn
,,t the cneim. who in ratlrlng m "f
I order and w-utleriiiK thrtiuxb the for
est. We captured ywrtaraaj after a
' fiirhi tbe Mulcziki farm, south o'
Mulctlcltl village and repulsed ' nei.c
attacks near Hie village. " BOViSS-
1 the Btyr below BafalowKa,
tiu.kiiui a further haul id' prteofteri
and BiaChlBi Kuns1.
Kroui a lupplementarj' report n
appears that the officers belonging
to the first derm an grenadier corn,
panv reported yesterday as taKMg
prisoners, including one battalion
n.i hiu :,dbitant and
V MOttMINQ IOU"NL PiCIL LltllD SlSSI
Huston, Oct. 0. A. Lawrence Low
ell president of tin Harvard univer
sity, and iMiarles W. BllOt, its presi
dent emeritus, today look issue with
thOM who would carry military pre
paredness into ihe grammar schools
.Military drills in th'se schools, Presl
rfani i.'uii said at a bearing before
ia legislative committee, were of no
importance whatever in the develop
ment of soldiers, and the leaching ot .
military history, he thought, while of
some value in the high schools, would
t... uuImi irntini bova in th'' lower I
trades. He opposed an.v dan of draft-(
, ..Oll.i
i it men nun 1 in in 1 in 'i. .
The greal need "f the United BtateH
army ai the present time. ir. i,owfii,
thought, wag a .sufficient number aW
officers.
lie I--IIOI iilH that bis objection to
military drill in the public aohoolsl
,,-- t,'uu,.,l nrinelnallv on the fact I m
that It was a bud form of physical armored trail
exercise. Tbe army spirit, he assert Which was bit
. d. was un-American; as Insistence on hundred yards
implicit obedience meant subjection I ' The pant
. ....' -.111 and Unit, he beltl. I guns and uum
was not 11 good way to leach yOUDl
Americans
nc) "ii Hi" recent
tftieth anuiversar;
11
re on the ;
received j
1 o eraeag j
rlebration 1
of Hie
1OIHlOll, Oil. tl
patches from Bin 1
a v lolunt cam palgi
Ftumanl over ibe
ssawiasi A Warning ol Acid tiidlgestloo. Pr
ni l lb- l -e ol Magnesia Slop- Ml
li ate Miai mmii in and Pain.
waged In Buffereri from Indigestion or
, ,,' thai , pepata should rsmsmbttr Unit
the w ,11 . I presence of gas or wlntl in Ibe
tail hoi 1 much Invariably Indicates that
.1;
stomach
1 1 nil-It- I bv
si , .
on
d I -.
the
icld-
patohes
ell tbe
Mil Ii
In Hun
Itles al
1 iantacusem
d
Halsb
former
Austrian author-
.1 in; Michael
Kunianlan, for-
Making
Little
Teuton
, in b) giessi ngi
empire. Empc
1 man 1.1 .
IB, Momiina jcufili al pfSSXtl kSASSS "!
Vletliui, "tl SO (via dilution, (let.
. :t:27 11. 111. I 'I'll f follow 1,1; com-
colli. 1
look
das
a tit
fflc
mbisehouldetli NI W OKI I ANS
';: '' "f! FINANCING
inn
Wa 1
"In lb. K
tin mil yesterday wl
the general iltuatlnr
' 1 in the I'ntilov
oiling part)' dcim
McADOO
I HLl I 'I. ANTED
T SAN FRAHCIJ
I j a 1 111s a ml
j materials.
I there are
I'm
much
Others,!
ktt, an Infantrj
ilished a Rtinslan
locomotive of
1 -hell snme 0110
our p.
I Iwo
Japan
iiiiiilini
In the
sill
TIED HIMSELF TO
TRACK FOOT CUT OFF
isr MonHima jouni. i :"i LSSSSS wtl
Rochester, N v., Oct. 20. Newton
Hoffman, ihe youth who was found
wired to Ibe Erie Hacks al South
von late .Monday niglll and whose
fool was cut off bi a southbound
electric ear. admitted tonight that he
I,... 1 ,. himself to the track by the
and war A Mt
northeast I ernm
1 1 ding
MOIiNINO JOUItNAl. filAl. lltHD Itll
1 Francisco, Oct. -- l'
t treasurj department day
rated todaj al the Panama
pxooHltlon wiih Becretan
(1. McAdno us guest td lion
'AdoO Hie was planted on gi
ent ground, 'he secretary sin
the fust spadeful of earth,
taking of Hie prosperity of 1
gives rise tn noxious gaseK Which Hg
tend the stomach, hampi r Ihe normal
in 11. 1 ions of vital Internal organa,
cause acute headaches. Interfere With
iho action of Hi.- heart, and charge
the blood stream with deadly noia
OASt Which in time must ruin lli"
health, Physicians sai that to quickly
dispel a dangerouii accumulation of
wind in Ihe Stomach and lo itop the
food tsrmentatlon which creates the
gas, ihe u. id in iiu stomach must be
neutralised ami thai for this purpose
Ibern la nullum' unite so Hood as a
'AURANA 1 11,1,1 111 hisuratcd mag-
llllIIVni - l;,k,. ! a little vvalei inline
dlatrlj alter meals This Inatantl)
t wesmwe wmi asssMt isssss wish ! neutrallsea the a. id, thus stopplno far
lew Orleans, i,n , Oct, New J mentation and ihe formation of ga,
cans bankers unii.nin.eil tonight I and eiiablts the inflamed, distended
t, us a result of ihe recognition of stomach to proceed with Its work un
ci 1 1 an,,, government, Ihej closed der natural conditions. Blsurated
tracts in. lav to lend lu,000,00u lii I magnesia is obtainable In powdai or
Ii, He ,l,n,iii adi siialiiiii. . tablet imin in. in any tlruugisi, nut in
BANKERS
Pa-
Wil-
gold
It also was
IN '
icen mad.
'an sisal
Ij thai Ho
hi. 11 arrange
to handle the
crop through
.sisai operators
there are miinv dlfferenl
magnesia it is Important 1
nuratml w hich th,. pi, iiclai
I should he 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 U) ..'in d 1
'I'll
; of v
1 ere.ci
' plant
Ivlling
! Mcxn
his own
nhdker-
ial I did
statement
this
is reallf one of nor best
warns us that there is in
ibstruetlon in a dnugcr
it lien v 011 crt n
ui't nrotee.l to ilnse vonrself
of llriliirt l!ist lllerelc "stllli"
'f.lli.li t II.. I.. 1 1....: Al.
- .....1. -,,iii, it, 11 v ic, ucaucioni: me
llroiit, ii, , ves. fnai tin- cause -heal the
...uoiicfl nittinbranes. Here i a home- loo...-.- ,..,,.... .n,,.rs. Tht
" teinttiv runt irets rij; it lit, tne euuse n-,i n ----- ,,,.,. ,,.
nin 1. ;n !.- ?vTi. , - 1 -, i,.,,a o id, oi, ,i 1, batten 01
n iitai.c an onunilhl'' t 111 '1 1 . ' i.ip.... .. 1 .
ruleklj tlian vou ever tliouglit pus- four hOWlUerS, . ompieieiy .m
L large Musntitv 01 eartridgea
2t4 ounce, nf 1'inev (50 cents!' "On the CaaCMUS front the .Uua-
I in a iiint buttle and till the bottle lion
lain grsaulated sugar wring, Tali
h..i.,l uiifl feft and t ben lU'il
I bands behind Mm With a
ehi-f.
I "I tl
tor." t
had no reason to do re, isooouj
kn , eked ma down."
Monday night Hoffman said that
be had been sandbagged by 'wo high
wavinen and wln-d to the ttat k bj
them.
against our positiol
gUtl fire against th"
Increased during the
"in the Km region
attacked the Tolmlno
aubietiuently Monte
.Monte San Mi. hele u
inigila m i. They were
pulsed, losing heavily,
"lib, engagements also
mi Ihe Tyrolean front nag
and on tin- Vlslgeruth plttl
troops repulsed twi. atl.uli
Section.
"In .lu, in arl
Doberdn plateau
' afternoon
Italian infantry
icatan and Campeche were toi
a million dollar manufacturing
hare for the purpose ol ban
their raw product, and thai
in capitalists wie lo establish I
i transportation line operating
mi i 1 1 . between .New Orleans
For the Family
Medicine Chest
In id i i lu
So hot inn
id east uf
evenre hei
I ami
ngi
I In
aitl.
WOMAN KIL
TRAIN
.ED WHEN
STRIKES i
SERBS MOVE CAPITAL
FROM NISH TO MONAJ
. ii.atn wiitli
esaslM
l inr I " ' Mo.Nita iuu
gsu h i Trinidad, !ol
j Ham i 'anil hei s
Hi
v. If.'
stati
Cheek vnt Beats it.
Hunta Ke, Oct. 20. T. H. Bennett,
a . heck artist, who still had f,-w
months to serve in the penitentiary,
took French leave While Bt work in
Ho itravel ph in the Santa Be canyon.
ii.. .. ... . imatv mi. I sneaked awav
from tin little group of workmen j
...... v.. ..ii !...;..- upwn iiv a L'Uard. lit-
had pleaded guilty ni Itoswell to pass
ine sev era I bad checks.
rihas been Increased activity of our ad
i valu ed detachments, returned in the
i loam line of resistance.
.1 "Southeastern theater The Ausj
tro-Hungarlan troops advancing b
ibe Macva region are approach IpK
Sbab.il We have dislodged the Sne-
mj from a strongly nrganiaed helghi
position near Kipan.l and southeast "I
I Irm-ks.
"South "f Hemendrts the Oertnan
troops hay" ion t'd a craaeini of the
lower RaUs ami gained m gi I
Routheafd of Poeareyat in the direc
tion 'f 1'ei rot .. .
"Th.. Unitarians have eleclid Ihe
enemy from strong positions on Hultan
repi loutnweat or Bgri i'iiiiiiiku. ah-
vanelns against Kiimanovo they cap-
f a promnienl
sontharn Colorado ranchman wan
killed and two other persons shgblb
Injured, when an automobile in which
nicy were riding was demolished bv a
0antu V passenger tram near here
bile today, Two Infants thrown from
tie machine were unhurt,
Mi-, caitithsro formerly wai u Den
ver newspaper woman.
The tnr is said In have become
ftglled on a crossing when sirin k
ileum
I SI, I A0 a.
from Sofia
! have enter
I Iteports
' Radtili nr
j corps a 'ni
nfttlnl
afen ed
iiii.
. m.
I'll ( v In
l.iimh.n.
eless e
(It I.
.ml
pall
lal a
i bit
Ho
1 in fi
dipb
.i etgn
have
fin
mal a
oi f
POUND SALE
CALL FOR BIDS.
n Prld
1915,
II nd
.ok I
III' I Ictll-
lu front
i boi
v.i luiun oranulated sugar svrnp. mm;
ivWrrW VIGOROUSLY
SUar? iAUr: to resist teuton advance
It In. ili, li ,,.fl..,i,,.,t niAnitiranii, an
F''Ht I v ii t rl ortiiiintlv (lint von wntnler
MM moin iousv iPitiAV ii.in "
I Jit 'JO (t!
p. m.) At
Ihe
und
it IMS s it. U.H imtpiid i, lrv lioitrst: i i.ml
or tijlit coiiiri i nnd strum Ihe formation of I ,i,. si..i,i..r, I inn. u was si.il-.l ttei
Jihlt-tn in tlit- throat antl bronchial tubes, j nevis received this t u ning showed
iritis endinir the persistent loose cough. ,h(, Serbians still Were s ICceaafuHj re
Tinur tj i. i i4 - ' - in ciu. i.n iiotb fronts and
".ni oi .Mirwav pine evtraet. neb in
jP'aiaeol. and is fRnunm the world over
its healing effect on the membranes.
T.i k . . t ! i. - .iunu.l ihul tbe Hlllaa
, n.iMti (iiyapptanimeni. aK vnuri .
Pfnlet for "?iw minces of Pino." and bd occupied Vranja or that Ho rati-
"It accent unvthtn,' at t mlml nui liml l.eell cllt. although It W as
Khsnltite satisfaction, nr ninnev prnmpt-1 tw id t" be a fai t that Ihe Bulgarians
I. L'Aes with tin- preiiaiation. b.nl ii.ouuieii a nolni. in tne neign.'ni-
.e ru ivsym-, inu.
thai despite iremendmis iiltucks
; aOVani . of the Austro-Ucrmaiis
the ibilgurlans was very siigni.
l Kfaadji d
ae i mex
liogd dominating the railway.
llltM.i(, loll SIM KIKK'l-
oit
m oid"i- to give the public a bat
ter ami biggfi' city directory, the Al
buquerque Direetorv company has
enlisted Ihe si I less "I' ' " evpert in
this line of work, from New V"ork
fit-- W. I.. Humphries , ome here
well recommended -he bus hud an
kinds of expcrielit . in thlS kind of
work bath in ,h(' 1,1
wexi and hi receni compllatlos of
the special edition of the Mats re
New Mexican just published is a
credit. We know the yellow iiv di
rectory Will be :l winner tins -ear,
and we trust that this home product
will have the Support of the buslneaa
men and tiluens of Albiiqueruue.
MO SUSPICION AS
TO WHO KILLED COHEN
1st mmtiNi ,ons,.L trsnifti it'tit wii
rbavleatOB, H, C . Oe. It. Bhprtly
nfier i a, m. today the 1 oront i 'a Ittrj
Inquiring Into the death of gtdn) .1
1 -oil. -ti. a newspaper rpjTter killed
daring a session hers ba f ids ol
ibe city demurs lli gMcutlve own
tnlttee, returned a vertliii the! (!o-
hen's death was caused ny
ber pistol fjrt d bv a psn I v
unknown to the lurj Tin
ik of Barns
11. up to ten
Wed lies, lay,
fi
pa rl it's
UM Ii id
office of the cooni
lllb, county, New ;
o'clock 111 Ho- lot-en
tbe luih dnv of Xovember, I91S
the extension "f the diversion dam on
the west haul, of the Rio Q If,
above the Par, Ins bridge, bv driving
25 piles tlj piles feel bun? ami
1 j piles iiu feel longi outward from
the loWel end of said dam making an
extension of the dm.' v; feci n
length, In accordance with apeolflca-
lions till nished by I'll t Cos . int.!
survi yor. So i, 1 work '" he dons itn
der the supervision and to the saiis
fsrtlnn of nid county surveyor.
The aucceseful biddei w-di ps re-
(UBed lo glVS bond, satisfactory lo
the board of count commissioners,
conditlt 1 for the faithful pci lot 111-
Sfl c nf 1 he com racl
Tbe board re Mel ves the right '" I"
tei 1 any or a ll bids
By order ..r Hi" board of county
coinoilssloners. A, R WAl.KI'ill
te
1 both thl
M Mil. 1. 1'
niv Mara
THE WM. FARR COMPANY
Wholesale and Hetall Dealers tn
flHMI AND SALT MKAMI
Sm usage a Snts'lllItT
ror Cattle ami Hogs the Migg-et
Market I'rb . -t Are I'nld.
Cren B. Wl M. Wm. t, Bubolt isti
"I alwAM u l oltty'i Money find Tar for ui.r
t liilJrcn o il qub klir breaks up tbrir roUlr. witli
liobadailt r clle. It, ii.id lltt y l.kj to like il."
In Ibis season "f coughs, soldi nnd
rroup, every family medielnj ehast
sin. iibl be supplied wllb a g 1 oougli
medicine Hint can bo rcllod upon
K Inn m illed.
Inch 11 family cough svrup in Foley's
11 iaey and Tar Compound, This
lands rd medietas baa been on lb 1
market f'.r vein s u nd in in in V in ' -Hons
wus found In every Imme la
Ihe days when do. litis were Hot s i
bandy und when money wus searear.
Honey and Tar I'nmi id
oxcallenl medicine ror coughs,
raw or Inflamed throat, hoai
Hi. I. tfn.au 1111I Mm-, ni. m ni Iho
chest, croup ami whooping oough, it
Is itn ab'it.l.iii Iv rnfe renn ilv, e.iutnln
inR only peiilltig liigredb nla, aad liua
frmn any I armful drugs.
Hold everywhere.
BALDRIDGE
LUMBER COMPANY
PAROID ROOFING with 15
year guarantee
Polei '
Is an
inltls.
ness.
Mill
I ..un.
ton I
llliOU -I'l-
anaouuta foe b -no
earlj otdoia
v.. I I
Glass-Paint
Cement-Plaster
Albuquerque Lumber Company
AM WORTH HHHT 8THFKT
LUMBER
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