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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Saturday, October 7, 1916
Three FOREST XH BIT Do you want a home like this? wi: m: now in ii ium; two. am iti:iv to iu i iitv mohi; tiiokoi 4.111 v mohi u, sn:M in:n i, ai.h'ohm -Tvn: m Ni.. MS. l.lUi: TIMS ON I NIMKMl'V II I It .HI'S AI)IIIO, IF Ol' Altll EL PASD WILL II .ra il. n '. . M 1 f J v RE INTERESTING Unusual Feature of Display to Be Made by Service Con- ' sists of Showing of break Planting, at MOHNIH JOUBNAL yVntdiiiiKton, ()lt- " vnli'il tn forest Willi II,,. preservative timbers, nil,! the national forests - An exhibit de-' rcn U plantinK. i treatment of fiirm j il in i nisi ration of I In-: in their relation to1 I In1 farmers of t no west nns neen pre pared for Hi" International Soil I'ro ilucts rxioKilion at I'A l'aso, Tex., oe tul.er 14 to 47. The central feature of the display is a miniature Kiowimr windbreak made of yniiiiK trees of the various species suited for windbreak planting in the southwest and properly speccd, us they would he in a I'nll-k'rown shel p'r helt. Paily demonstrations of the proper manlier of trees planting will ho Kivcn at this exhibit. Two models of lfid-aero farms, one in the north and one in the son.h, show the proper location and compo sition of windbreaks. The shcllar af forded by rows and Proves of the proper kinds of trees upon farms in ,. snhhuniid regions of the rnitod States is most Important in Hie ei o iioiiiics of the farming in thcs' rc pions. Crois and livestork will thrive lietter arid the homestead will be more comfortable if sheltered froti I lie (In inn w inds of summer and Hi-- chill ing winds of winter by well placed windbreaks. It is important, how ever, that the riclit. spei-les he select cil. that they he spaced properly and handled wisely. Information cii ccininn these matters is fjivt n en charts showiii),' prevailing wind.-, dur inn the Ki-owiiiK season in various re gions, ami, in "Ten Kales for Wind break owners'' and "Fourteen 1 )i n ' t s for Tree Planters."- Colored cnlurnc nicnls, transparent pictures, an I Hcrcoptican views of windbreaks and windbreak handling will also be shown. I'o.-t Treating; plants. Another feature of the exhibit '."ill he an actual working model of two types of post-treating plants suitable fur use by fanners in treating fence posts and other farm timbers with servatives. .Many species ol tun- "IjZt.Mt'ti " n "er,"MiJ Lai 3 ..-"Kg rlTf1Vl M F t V i ffl h .M, V-' . . .-' ' . I. T I :1 T L ! . J I Til--' 1 I i ALt ft . . t HI. IV HI-'. N'T. n in v on Tin-: i:sv i'nn-:vr plan, ji st i.iki: pavinj M i l l T r.O -FOOT lOi' NOW, Oil MOIti:, .IT IT i. PAVMI.YIN AM) Wi: Wil li TXI.K IIOl sF TO sxMiMtn is it Ti Ni' norsi s pi.inirrn i. l'll I'Olt N MONTH NO SVIOONS, INIUKNITY IIIKilll'S IS 11 SIINF.I) TO HF Mil: IOST HI : ITI IT li it ii in 'nci ; iMsntKT in Tin: srn: oi' ni:w mi:io. nut j tk- 'III lit INI'OUM MION All. AT HOOMS lilts T NATION l- HNli in i;., oit rnoNi: kimi. PRE EARS SIDEWT ill DEBUTE ON HIS ELECTION Expresses Embarrassment at Difference of Opinions Be tween Ladies as to Whether lie Should Be President, STARS IN FILMDOM I" V MORNINI iOURNAI. SPICIAL LIABID WIMtl Chicago, Oct. fi. President Wilson paid a brief visit to Chicago today on his way from Omaha to Long Ilranch, I X. ,1., where he spoke to a delegation of independents tomorrow afternoon. An old time "home interest" debate between women over polities was wit 1 nessed by the president this morning, ! w hen his train stopped for a few I minutes at Malta, Ills. Most of the women wore sunbonncts. Hughes Woman Starts Something. "I like you, but I'm going to vote which rot ipiic'ily in contact wit h . for Hughes." said one woman to the the ground, if treat. -d with prcsen h-j pn,sil ,.. Immediately all of the i:vc can be man-) lasi i u -e unu j wolm,n present began a verba 1 ' ;,... turns lo.mei- mill n icu un-, onsil1Kht l(.r "'The svsten, of fire protection upon! "An''' V"" lnunrd of yourself?" the miunnal forests will be shown, ,,y won,n said "You know Wilson the miniature of a typical lookout ' 's he best man. tower from which the finest guard I "Well, I'm going to vote for W1I-watclii-s for signs of fire, the tele-j son," started a Ihlid. phone stem with the wire strung on "Ladies; ladies!" exclaimed Ihe swinging insulators from the trees, the ; president. "It. is very embarrassing weatherproof telephone for use at ex- for IIIf, )n p(, present at this debate. " posed situations, the ponahle ion piiole-. Willi wh'i." tile wile can a t uuicd at rinv point, and thn fin fighting tools and other equipment in fm.-fiehlmL- tool l,ov l, laced at coll-!""' I'l'f'SK'ellt Oallv this morning, lenient lociilions throughoul the for-! "'''" disappointed because 'j Crowd Disappointed. A crowd of several hundred people :il inn siaiioti at i union, la., to sec the president early this morning, but ' wet" disappointed because lie was still N. I 1 'm mm'''' j Nf , I , . - v jr j f I U " K floor. There are some Paris houses i which have gone to the other i xlieiue, ! howevei, and have made dresses with' skills that reach the floor, but the' majority of them haw striuk a hap py nieiliuni, and II is not at all 1 1 K I v ; that the (las of tinillui' skirts Willi come back again. I ires-.es. Ion, aiej lie from 'lint extravagant f hi re I which ( hai acteri.cd them hd'oro, aod 'for the attainment, of wind; we ol-j I ten had to l coil lo aititicial means. 'This season the flare is conspicuous "for its absence, one might f.o, for most o( the dresses hang III M rn Ik IU. I soft folds. Nothing has been taken I from the width of the skli tr. They lire Jusl as ample, and the skirt thalj Inieasnics troni tliree lo iniee ami " i half v'U'iIm around the hem Is hIiII j considered a roiiserntle width. Slia. gill 1,1ms I'lioieil. Allhongh the stiaieht cite. Is pie (louilniite In tlu more pr.i'-lleal sth-H, 111 iirternoon ami eveiuni; iln-ssc-' there are some soft drapciies to be I seen. Anion efforts, loo. In the form of sort pleated or gathered hits of the mulct ial. hang loo-.rly In front of soniOj of t lo- ih osse's. The waistline In the new fashions Is generally in the normal poiittoii I where nature meant ,t to be, but it I j w ill probably not be stationed there j lor any length ol time. -(hole navt i been Hot II few examples of tile low ' waist of the Moyen Age ami this seems j to l-o gaining popular favor al n great i rate A good iniinv one-piece ill esses I I ' ! ia ,u:t a simple touch here and ttiere thai gives ohaiarter to a dress and llllllishes tin' collect spot of color. Although t Is evident that navy bine ami black me Ihe favorite nu 1 1 1 in n colors, still there Is quite n I. iige ranee of other colors to ehoi'Ho llcim and they have Ihe advantag" ovei the two foiincr In that they are newer. one gels tired of dark Mil and black, so the new colors are wel come not onlv for the sake ol Ihe vn I lily but because Ihcy anv III them selves vei v beautiful. Plum and pur ple have I een adopt. vl l.y Furls, pro bably on ac.ounl of thor m-lr.g the i olors thiil arc used for second niouinlng, and the same Is true of tay also. Among Ihe other fashion able colors are the rich, warm bur gimilv. dark i-ncn and mustard yel low. In addition to these, bl'i several lovely shades is favored. The silhoucHc id the hour Is Well depleted In the Illustration of the one piece frock shown here. Th'' j design Is such Unit It nut V be dcvnl ! oped III two miiteiialM If desired. The ! Malhered side sections of the skirt, an Well IIS the sleeves ami side body, j might be of satin and the remainder of the dress of serge. Hone buttons form a straight unbroken line down the front from collar to hem. The olhir Is open at the throat, for wom en seem to prefer the open neck to the high, even for autumn wear. Another frock typl'iil "f the style Rolievos r CATARRH tho - BLADDER and all Discharges In 24H0URS I; Mil MfHiut bMfa IM h all Af.m .1 .la mm of tho season Is neen in tlto neeoiul llluslmtlon It sIioWm tll eloiin bodice, which einU In front III a pointed fal falling over tlm deep crush girdle. A lus-sel flnlHlirn tlm ii In (tab. This lends ii fashionable tourh often Introdiieed In thin ceanon' frockM. on tho skirt Ihe Urxo point cd pocketM mn tho novelty. Tho polnlH are emlMoldereil to inutcli tho 1 ion t of the waist. -I'Trm. Un- ciiic.u.o ritoiuci:. ChlcaKo, Oct. 6. llutter Crcauiery, 30 (it :U Vie. Kggs Ueeelpli, fi.tiO canCH, changed. potatoes Firm, ItecelptM 39 iftrn .lerseys, $l.2rifl.40; OhloH, $l,10W i ::. Poullry Alive, unchangeil. est s. In this connection, a inodeC in bed. lamp is also shown, with a eainpfiroj The crowd himself expressed thor l iiilt safely so as to prevent forest ' otitfh satisfaction over the reception fires arising-, as so many do arise ( accorded him in the middle west. The iiotu campiires inipropem oiiiu. i wa rm greet ings of t ho crowds A model of a portion of a typical hjm (o sm,e f ,.,, m.nt ly. 1 I .1 t i I M lill HMt'M MIIJ u M V l i 11 11 ill ' I i u usri 111! ADSTISI-: -7I-S KI.I'OHT. Ilrndslroct'H to ll. ti i nig tin mi uses of interest to farm : in national forest states. I Mih s the fire-pl uteetioll sv slclll model depicts the gra.mg of livestock, tin- iltsjiosal of timber, watershed pro-) 'btii! aifd T he- Im ;,lceIUO! I ' tun sis by roads, trails and bridges. I A very live exhibit, which has at- tia' ted much attention wherever j shewn anil which is to be displayed at j 1)1 l'aso, is a working erosion model. This model demonstrates, by the use: uf water sprinkled on mounds of nc-j tual soil representing forested and' deforested hills, the protection f rom ! ,.in soil erosion and floods altorded by a forest rover on slopes. Mr. ('. A. I.itidstroiu of the forest n-rviee, Washington, li. C, will be in ch'ige of the exhibit, and will give coiiliminus demonstrations and distri-ij lotto literal lire. ! Mr. Wilson's next visit In tho mid dle west will he on October 12, when be goes to Indianapolis. He comes I here I letobcr 1 1I. I mm POET IS SAFE - " IN SANTA BARBARA Auto License Kc-onI Itiidien. i Santa Ke, Oct. c,, The automobile I license record of last year lias been broken ,y ;!.iHiti license or a gain of tin per rent in the number of automo biles in the slate. The total number issued hv the secretarv of state to dale tins year is within a few score of Ihe S.lilill niaik. These S.niid auto- mobiles represent an expenditure of lit bast s. null. lion for the ears and "imimient and at leasl a million dol-1 1'iis a year for maintenance. j Asks Change of Charter. itita Pe, Oot. fi The I'ceos Val Petroleuni company of itoswell to filed with the state- corporation mission a change of charter in- oeasing its capitalization from $3'i, l1"" to Jl. iiOO.ooo and decreasing the bar value of 'the stock from $100 to 1 per share. lev day COil lr MORNIMS JOURNAL BPICIAt. t-ABKO WIR1 San rraiuiseo, Oct. ',. Sir Kabin Iranatli Tagore, Hindu poet uinl No bel prize winner, i.. safe in Santa Har- today, whither he fled before a repotted ploi to assassinate liitn, left bihinil him here two fellow country men in jail, a. cancelled engagement end raging dis'-ord. All day yester day municipal and private detectives guarded the Hindu savant in his ho tel quarters, in tin. wings ami mi the floor of a th.-atcr where he appeared, and escorted him to a night train, which other bodyguards boarded, ac companying him to Santa llati.ura. The head of a private detective agency said today that there was a well-founded plot on the part of the Hindu revolutionist'! in destroy Ta- j gore. The men in jail, i barged with j battery and assault, are II. Singh Hateshi and .lewan Singh, members I of tin- radical Hindu or i oulnr party. i In front of the hotel wheie sir Pabin- dranath was staying they attacked Prof. Singh Mattu, who came from Stockton to invite. Thore to lecture there, and tore his white turban from ! his head. Ileteelivis beln ye that i their real object was to leai h Tagore, New- York, Oct. morrow will say: "Quick time continues the marching onhr in practically every line of en deavor, with new and higher levels I beit. tr attained to the tune, however. of snaring prices, penalties, by the way of super-abundant prosperity in 'he face of short crops or straightened supplies of raw materials. The cry is that there if?? not enough "on rs to haui commodities, that there is not enough labor to hasten production, and there are not enough goods to supply insist ent demands. Wauls, apparently, arc insatiable, current demand being for present needs for winter, for the hol iday nnd next spring. 'onseipieiitly, current reports merely accentuate those regarding past activity, and it is evident that jobbing trade, mall order business and distribution by re tail dealers is of record proport ions. Weekly bank clearings, $'i, 1 r, J,00a, (UK)." IIOSTON posion, Oct. (I --The Commercial llnlletin will say tomoirow: "Iiemund has continued broad and active in (be wool market during the j week and prices are very i.lrong with Ihe tendene holders incr Most, of the in the new a considerable ouatitity id American crossbred wool I sold to al rive. rJ ho goods m STRAIGHT LINES T D M NIT IN. FALL SKIRTS Silhouette Has Undergone No Radical Change Accoidiiu to Indications Gleaned From Earlier Paris Openings, ii ,U.nlriwtl'fft"" MH"l":''Milf-"r1"-""'11 From iKc frozen norlh lo the blazing tropics Bakcr Cocoa is known for its puriby and high cjuahl Wciltcr Baker a CnAXd. t-ltftKLI jHLU lOu pi(.lll 31 t.K. I-1V33. ISFICiftL COftMraPONDINCI TO HOHNINfl JOURNAL New Voik, Oct, li. Krom the ear lier Paris openings, many shipments of suits and gowns have aheadv come to New York, making It iuile i lear lo Ait AtlriKtivi e nind( Afternoon I lin k. h w w; Maine ( 'or xra I Killed. I.aredo, Tex., Oct. S. Corporal Leo pold L. l.iniil of K. company. Second Maine infantry, stationed here, was shot and killed at 10 o'clock lat night as he walked from a store: lu-i vestigation today had not developed who firei 1 the shots. Lovcll was from Farniington. Me. RUE! -every word of it" n it is, because I have tried it I i 'I you are suffering as I did-with SKin-tmnble that itches and burns like mad. and is so unsightly that you dread o ne seen ; if you are tryin7-as I did '-itment after treatment without real ''P. then you can imacine how I felt , v n f,S'tio gave meinsjn reiicf and ,'n. the eruption completely, "y.'r prescribed it. in'ycu try Kesinol '- t.more, Md. K.mrmirl Ct- Kiiii.-is City l.hi-stix-k. Kansas City. Oct. .- ''att ceipts I.Oi'iu. Market steady to Prime fed steers, $:i.,i)fi pi. 7.".; f-d beef steers, 7. dO rn ' - ; I steers, J(;.(Ki it ii.Ou; stock ! ers, J.7.i:.j rn s.(i')-. hulls. ! calves, !.ilii ri 1 1 .On. I Hons Receipts .'I, "Oft. Mark, t hi er. Hulk, rt ii.n.".; heav y, $;i.3 p.-'ckers and butchers, " ; . 7 r. ; hKht, Jti.J 5 'n ''.70; pins, tv'XjTi 'i. 2T. Sheep I'.eeeipts I steady. I.ambs. Jfl I linns, i'. Ji') ; , a ; ewes, ;i....,i'-i Kesmcfe gr that skin trouble!? P M V vol IK OTTON. New York. o. t. Snot colt Quiet. Middling uplands, 117.00. No sales. Futures steady, o, t., $ 1 S 4 " : Tiee.. J17.09; Jan , tPe.'5; Mar h, 117. 15; May. J17.2S. The cotton market closed t"d iy with prices one poii.t higher to twelve points l'j-,i' r. ,. u,OI ,1 I,.. ive ill, ,,,,,,, c,l at Ih .... I to New York, makiiit,' II iuile i lear lol NJ HI, M I!M.I'. ti. d "Iieniiind has eoniiiiucd broad and - IT"w,W ! . ,i ,i...i i ....ii ,i i r Mk. i m IIF KIDNEYS ACT I Texas 'rim'"!.' months, fiO fi S Tic ; M ATrl V L&) I fine S months, T'i'.i T.'.c. . jfipW . Af Tetritory-- Half blood ionium;, y:, fST J l il i S7c; three-eitthls Idood eoml.int,', 7H if ) 'r-"V '., Sue; fine staple, v 7 ' V!.c, tine cloth- 1 ' I ;j I' I llltf, MI'.lMc; tine IlielllllUI lloinillK, (J j I ' I Pulled -Kxiras, h:! v: ; A A, Mil, IH J K'io; fin,- a, :i;wMic. a supers, i,.;-.,. fiyB i I : I ; , v.,. x,.... Movn vtlMIT If M I 1 I ll 1 , I lilt I .1 i New York. Oct. C. .Mm atiiilo pa- li n w a -II- bills, $1.71',: demail, $1.7:, ll-K. 'vM, II I -"ii nf troni;.; i abbs, $( 7i; 7-1 SJ I l-A-' ! i .M. .....O ......- ... - m E-r ami feed-i liovirnmeet noinis -.-i :,. i . Time loans l-'irm. .-'ixty ami 'm I)J h-idavs, per cent : sc. inonihs, ' v I It i ?, 'i per cent. j ' Call mob' i Steady, lli-'h. !'; per f j !,,,; low, per oo,.t. ruh.i, r.,ie ,,iM.s , ,,. s,. sll.l :-r -' I"r "' 1,,,,,,-tl,-. , ..MI,fc' hid. -'i r 'Till, Ol!' r,-, a' i2'- er cent :,e vh.it the hi hi ial lend of II, '-i I j ltstnotlH IS to I,'-, : MAV YOPK IITI. MI:KI-.T. ' wlmei. t-.- nas not. im,i-ii. I any revolution:, ry cbanKe. There l a Hft il.Kliliy f'el Minpli' it v about , , I .. ,. !..., I .. i, lo, I. ii,.i.,,. ,!;,! I ,,! ''r..i,'-Vi.'.,ilv'J,','l nnh.-.'i.e-l. I'.hio,, has take,, Moderation to I.- I ...... . , t..,--.,,,,,,o, 'o r I' ' ' .WOI'l. At Ic.iH! i',1 il WI , T.n-n.l.,. M-'. I ...,; can .-ay fo, bow I,,,;,-': -she I . .se,-n,a to have lveii up S l.l..l .H M-t.l.ll.li. that n,-.o,. of exai-t-eta ; I realised ti,at ti.e i xl ret i New York, o. t. , Lead, !'''.' ' I 0f t h- s k 1 1 1 w n too , xa 7.1". ordained that Fpf-lter Sirone. Spot K ,.-! W l.'-ui-j ,.r. The avera drhverv, l'v to-lay I.H aho at h - with the skirl attached al 1st line, and a eli die Is ell bel ly i,t Ihitl point or ariaiiK normal line. liluc M ine lor til !. rk Id ue serr.e ,1 1 eis for a u - liiiiin is iil.hiuitous, and wln'H It is not ' liimm'-il with colored heads oi ,-m- btoldely II H Ihe excepllon. Sollie of ( the beaded and e m I't ,,i,bre, de: n: ns ,' ate 1 1 1 1 1 elabotiile, l,iit"in ollnrs it ; HAWKINS IN OUR MARKET I'.Xlld I' I Inine III. nil- i!t f-seii r 1 1 icv I'ldl: iry. ('orii-fcil S.'iii.ic, I'-.cf, Sweet I'.dk, I'd ('.pI: Ve;.l .in-l ;ui( Mutton; ;th c ;,hfi An ila.l. ini.i i FRESH FRUIT rn i BAD TAKE SALTS Says Backache is sign you have been eating too much meat, When you wak" up w,lh b.i a, id dull misery in the kidney It '-tietally means you hav be li, if 'on much m-:,t, fays I kiiche I,-,;!, ill ,-n cat kin, wri 7.(iiiii. Market a Hi 1 n.'n.i ; year- wethers, $7.00 4 ever'. 1 hi,,K tion. Ilavint' a,,, ehot I tn !J'i lfl.',- .,le,, yhe kirtu shall !" lotik.' leti.'ih of Ih" .ik ill ;m be.1 fi urn t he 'uulhoiilv. Meal fotms uric acl, wlil'ti ioverwoik.H the kidneys In their effort! '.. rue r i, ,r,.iM fl.i. t.1,.1,,1 !,i,l Mien t,e. come unit of paralyzed and loCKV. I When your kidneys Kct HlnKKlsb nodi K you must Plo",,- ,m-m, nr.,- ,,i lev,, vour l,o well; removlfiif nil Ihe. I,ikIv'i urinouH waste, else you have, backache lok hea,l;n he, dizzy spells;' your tou,ai h souts. totiijiie h coated. mid wh'-n the weather Is had you I have rheumatic lwiui"-s. The i.tlnpi Is cloudy, full of Hi-diio'iit, channels often iti-t imri-, wnt'-r scalds and you are obliKi-d to K'-ek relief two or three, ti in ex during tbi nlttht. , l-;ilher cn.Hiilt a i:',od, reliable pl,y- ' Ml' Ian at once or net from your phar- ' i rn.i ' i; l anoiif our oiineen ,,r .Ian .sans, i take a ta blcpoon f u I In a (Ja 's, of wn-j t:r i,i iKO, 1,1,-iiniiUii io, a lew iiiijB i and your kldneyM will then not fir,.-. Thin famoiiH jiIIh Is made from the. lacid of Ktjipe.i and lemon Juli e, , ,,,,-j bine,! with lithla, iind has been ued for I'etiern t lonx to clean nnd dtltoii-i late clui'Kish kldneyn, also to neutra lize in Ids In the urine pn It r,o lotu'i.r irritaleK, tlniM endiiiK I, ladder weak ne.M. Jad Sails Is n life mtver for reirijinr n i "ii t ealiM. It n I in ienlve riinnot Inlure nnd makc a ,ell,:htf,,l, effer vescent lithla-wiiii-r drink. V.icii.ill' Nice As-idili ,'tll'l llilr.J('.CIi(, , ikilV il.l)(", J lls. fid if 'fiuldy. or. , " Wi We I Id vt III 'Mil Will cniei A Idia-'l, im ;il ,ii li.'ivc l'ililif ,'Hii lew li'ii.'s of J.',' " h I c fl.ivor, i s. fni ll.iii.iii.i';, ( )i;iii).m s, I Cooking Ailcs, ICC ;h lies. 25J ' Jiiim t-s, ( i .'i i iIh I I ies, '.lc(oS. Vir;;i Xiic A FRESH VEGETABLES i ii.s. fur li.l Sweet I'otatiie-i, N'alivc Sweets, mt ,i ('dlif'iiiiiit lle.i'l cry Sm I ',(-11 mts, ....... hum, Ctccii -.in-,. 1 1 5- l.ctliirc, ('.lien l,itna I'.fatis, Ccl Chili, I'.i i m y Toinatis, 1 luhhanl MAPLE PRODUCTS hired I' 'urc Maple I ( iiart Callous I'm.- M Maple ( tin-,, mm Sap eat I ( )nr Sy nip iliipl icrs pllll lint I, III lltl,rtnll, carl i ream aioar per p itnii Im Vermont. 10 0.V wo 'K :w? BAKERY DEPARTMENT Pappc'ii Goods Exclusively ' SI'I'.CI l, TllllW Cream I'iiIK, Walnut .mini Ca ( lim ill. lie Mat d.ni Hi rail, Iv'ai Fruit Cake kiinN, fn-di li'ai -.in ,. Iimallmv KolN, Cakes of all in F lrc.nl mailc with Sim Marl W. L. HAWKINS rill n - Is Kiihl, (Jutilily Ritzlit and Sen-ice Right Phones- 524 109-111 North Second Street.