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Mbuquergue Morninj? Journal, Monday, October 9, 19 1 G.
Three MAROON DEFEAT CAUSE OF GLOOM i mil cm Performances of Illinois and Minnesota Further Damp ens Enthusiasm of Chicago Fans, , itOrM JOUHH.L 1MCI.L L1ID W,I ( ),,,.,, uo, Oct. S. 'm 1 let ohm defeat f chi'aKo pr;u li' tilly the only upset , ,,,,,1,11,. wst.-ni football Saturday, u.,s ., feature that discouraged initny f .,'' 'win, rsp,Tll to see Coach Stann deliver a chmnpiunship team. '1 he Chicago name sfi nu il lo hclie predic tions that tTic Maroons' limt would bo slronner than last year's, and because th,. last buckneiii laneti i mv "i i" idvaiicc notices. In tin; face of the 'm. defeat, tbe one-sided victory s.'oied bv Minnesota over Sotitli u- i o,ta State, anil Illinois unexpectedly easy win over Kansas tended to make (lir looui In re thicker. Keiorts from Minneapolis are that while Conch Williams' team showed lack of co-ordination, the individual play iMipb red on the brilliant. Minnesota's line (lid all that was expected of it. Fur Illinois, Maconiber tried out tincesslll V US lilli'illU I'.is.s, .inn o ...ii 1 . : . e . .. 1 ....... ...... t t i.,,,l,n, factor in the Illinois ls si;;,-,,!,. Kansas made a hard fmht, t nut rcpoiis i,o, . ., a.... .... Jav hawkers were hopelessly out- i Classen. , W isconsin's failure to pile up a hiu ! soiVo aiiainst Uiwrenee will not raise i f;ilse hopi s amoiiK' the Madder's riv als, since it Is realized a week 'or two of traitnni; will correct faults In the team ;md that the Appleton eleven was ii slronir aKKri'ation. Iowa had an easy tune with Cornell eollene as ex- peeled, developim; a new star in Men- (icnhall. Northwestern. mainly through the work of Kohlcr n n,l 1 u is- cull, triumplied over Lake forest, 1'iinlue won from de I'.iuvv by a slen- dcr inatKin due to funibliim, accord- UK Cl itics. iihio State was yiven a stiff hatth liy W'sleyan. but managed to win. Case proved a tartar for Michiuan. I, lit the assurance that Johnny Maul lieteh is to he ,i factor as a field kicker, offset somewhat Wolv disappointnient because the seor nut larger. Notre Tame awain into prominence as a scoring machine, runninic up 4s points unainst lbserve. The Michigan Annies found Carroll a harder opponent than expected. GREAT SHOWING MADE BY NEBRASKA FEATURE OF SATURDAY'S GAMES . ' 1BT MDHIH JOURNAL riLIDiLlklUWII, I - ' ' ...... , - - - . 1.1 Kuisas City (let s Nebraska's! Manila. P. 1., Sept. ".-The sianin ' on him and instructing hi into turn "". I.-11" casualties, und the ina.loii nnat showing witn'l.iake in the "f Jones bill as the Ph i lippi ne over t he ease. The nenr dared he j ; Jr'tlLI,, f i 1st .Missouri Valley fooilall name of the fcbi.u liei'. ii.-e and i.liexpected va rift v of attack which Mnsouii exhib bed in the name with Cent i at, und 1 measure i'ntin Ihe deeisiv 'feat Of KallSlS il, that!1" ,,V '''' 'P'llO PCI len s .,,i, ,,,,i,,,e i,,io i.i.r ,,i,, ,,,...! marched throimh tl niory to meet Illinois, nave south western football fans food for thought today ill considering the iDHi race for niidiron honors. AcurasKa. mane a.i points yesici- day while holdini; In.ikc scoreless, al,,' ,,,, nf'ii,,, .ii,',,! .i'i,il:i a fact which would seem to point to euittinuance 'of the 'monotonous strut 01 '(ivnhusker champions. Missouri .s shovvinn .instilled cx-;,n pei'talion and added a pleasmn nur-1 I'l'isc in the 411 points scored by th'' ; cdtnhination of old and new football I tactics. In Ihe far southwest, the onlv no- t.;, hie feature was Oklahoma's score ! of Its to 0 anainsl Southwestern i jons bill, extends to the Philippine j Normal. Texas won from Kice. Hi lo!W:,ds the Ivtii llN of a new pivrrn- 2. as compared with last year's score1 ,e,,t based not on il'feelincs, but oil! of to n and Arkansas defeated i mutual iinde, standing, and consecrat - J llendrix as to 0 led to the preparation or the Filipino i '' Li ,,... ole lor the meter and more last-i BROWNS TAKE TWO AND P.APTIIRF PITY SERIFS I vrt ijiil UI I I VJI.HIUW . I I n aiiHira ioumv incitL li'iid lth.it CovcrtuM' i.cneral Harrison a'l-.come. on .-ouin i. ,,,, i. St. Louis, Oct. X. I'.y winninn both 1 dressed the ass, nihlane. Ile said: was disturbed befoie he not anv cames of a double-header today, the; "We are here to delicate our feel-i t hinn. He kept on, however, nohu; SI. I .on is Americans, won the city ; inns of nratilnde lo those who have into another house near by. Some championship. Tbo first name was a ,., n the piolonncil endeavor to se- one. had left $:t.7n on a. table and he Pitchers' ba Kb. lietw-een IMank for the i A uierii mis and Watson lor the N'a-1 tional S' ore First name: II. II. K. Americans . ..mil (inn inn 1 ;: r, 1 Nationals . . . . fi o 1 (Hi (I 1 (ill (1 2 7 1 batteries: Plank ami Hale; atson aim i.onzales. Score- -Second game: 11. H. ' Natioimls 010 rtOH flu 1 r, :i Americ-ans 0HJ(Ml2lx 4 10 1 llattcries: Meadows and Snyder; (Iroom ;1(i Hair. ( C'alle ii end rinhth, darkness.) COLONELS WINDERS OF POST-SEASON SERIES 'y MOHNtNO JOUMNAL IPICIAL t0 WIRKI -miami. Neb., Oct. X. I.oiiisvine. ,f ,.,.,, stlIt,., has niven on.-, aptured the post-s.ason series fiom(.jal .,,,.,, ,, behail ol tne pfople ''in.ilia, winniin; four names out of fiyc, takinn both games of a double header today. Score First name: P. H. F. l ouisvill,. 6 11 H Omaha .11" II P.atteries: Sehauer mid KillinSs: C Thompson and Krurnrr. Score Second game: P. M. K. Louisville s r, " Oinaha 1! 4 2 Matlrrios: Xorthrup und Killings' North, Merz und Kruener. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE At Oakland U,s Angeles 3-1; San l'Taiicisco S-0. At Kos Angeles Salt Uiko 0-4; Vernon, n 1-.",. At Portland fi; Oakland 5. .lack While 1-oses. San IdeKo, Pal., Oct. S.- Ileinie or (hard, former featherweight chain pion of the navv. knocked out Jack 1 White or' Chicaco in the thirty-second j oi a seneiiuied lorty-rive roiiuo 'out at Ihe Mexican border town of 'ljuana today. The men fought at ''at' h wemhts. W hite showed super ior ring generalship for twenty, rounds "nd had the contest been limited to that period minht have won on points. THE WM. FARR COMPANY Wholesnln and Retail Dealers In , I'KKSH AND SALT SIMM'S ISausagv a Sist-lalty ) '"or Cattle and Hons the IlulinS Market, rrk'vs Are Puid. few riflemen ENTER THY-OUT FOR STATE TEAM Only Twelve, Baicly Enough to Fill Squad, Shoot at Fiist Day of Competition; to Close Today, The l.or.itiiPm; of the elimination rifle cnmpcliiioti yesterday nave some promise of .intt successful as to the elimination feature. The success of wlbch slnred up Alhiuiuci .iic ea I iy j o cii h i ov of the r, volutin suzerain the shoot may be so marked in that last week. Chief C.ilusha had Mill i of Pa, fur, Ali lunar. I.v A i.itln-h'nyp-diroction licit nil of the compotiUK them a di s i lot ;un of 1 1 , hut nhtr. j 1 inn troons and the ; a, essful occii rifletneii will be eliminated. Maen ansucii the description itlli! pat Ion of Parl'iir. a v. .-I territory Here's the trouble. The state was M.cj arrested him. I some I liil.tMHi sunaic miles in extent, to send a ti-im of twedve rifle shots to j l.opiity Sheriff (in-eono Koiner.) j the whole provim , is .-..,1.1 to have Jacksonville, Pa., to compete in th : hronnht Mazcn to Albu,Ueriiic yes- been tin. numbly omanicl and national rifle matches. The team was t'Tdav. Chief (lalushu and Koincro i brought under .1 lirilisli adioiiiisli i- to he chosen at the elimination shoot, which honnn yesterday at the Albu- (Uoritie Kiflo association's rantre Kx- aclly twelve ineii, just the number of the team, entered the competition yes terday. I mi. of the twelve came from Hurley. Tic other eleven were Albu iUcniionns. apt. V. C. Ilimes, executive of- I fli er, said that some of the twelve probal'h would not K to Jacksonville. , me cllee, ol llieir oi iti.tlHt in km-. be to prevent it New .Mexico civilian cam iron, enlcnm,' the iiuucnes. i n-, ''''Hiiroin en.crniK u.e imucnes. i n-. "Z!ZZ, will not ""li'ive i.v the stale probably will not p.vii,.,,, ,,,,,,, .,, .i;,eMonvillo. The I competition will end today, as im (,.;,,. jf ,, , oes -inusl leave tomor row. The ranue w III open at S o cluck I this niorniii);. yesterday' scores were: v.... . . ,,.,,.., -,. i I s!ut liei land j , i , t ! i .-1 1 1 i !;oed ..... ! Savvtelie' '.' Ispahr Cidwaii " ! ! ! j tnrt tu-r .. j Wheeler iMci'ollum .nil y,l looi yii ui io, (U'p'd) (Slow) (Slow) L'lt 1 s IS " 1 1 s is n; 1 1 !l 1 II r, in 1 , L' 1 1 7 i , 1 1 t I s f.li ., 1 -t; 4.' Hall I ! rosy . . . Adams . . fossil'h 4:: '. 41 ,; illJONES BILL IS CELEBRATED BY THE FIL i.i....i.....h i ..,r.,...n,i..n.. v IPIS conference I measure is Known ima ii v. w as t tie o'-, .,.-,. thcMasmn yesterday of a bin- parade in; a 'Oil. Ill, i ....... . '.. ... . which i'llipino" or all classes joine.i, to show their joy al the sin n inn of the, reulcr iiiili'iioiiiv, the Pi no people. The parade principal st r.cl s ol the city and to Alakr'anatf pa hn c, j the private residence. of Cov crnor iCcnciHl Harrison wher,, the chief ex- e and officials of the insular i overim t reviewed it . i.,,.,.,. ,, vl 1 r ; r ilipmo, delivered an ml, tress tcai,K- inn the American people foi the nr.int OI autonomy inane ,u ine I I . Twostlvei tablets, dcduat.d I .r(.s,,.nt Wilson and Cov rncr Hen ,,,., Harrison, were pieseiited t" t'1 ...f executive on behalf of tile flit hir.ii oeonle. The firM read: president Wilson: May Cod Mess . hand which, upon 'sinniim- th.'i. 'ill" blessinns of complete libertv and ('apt. Pal odrady. Mafen leaped j most important lion. Several thoiis 1 indi pcndeiice. lover the back IVnsc and went dowuijaiid rifl, s were niven up and the peo ! ,. , .1,. HVVII A the allee lo Mrs I .' 0 1 1 1 1, SO II ' S lllllMl'. i,l.. r ,., ....... I 1, i..., , I I I r. . I , 1 ' ' ',- ..... -aiilcinb, r I I fi.'- ! t was after reci ivmy these tabh tsj en.-., this leuishition--to resident Com-; in i, sionei s ijuezon a ij. i lid Iviriishaw, to J lieprcsi-ntarive .Imu s and Senator. Hitchcock, and to all I lie other friends i and out of concress who have niv ,.n vvithout res.-i ve ,1,1 wit h linsl.ak- ' on resolution tl i ...si tl, "t ir, i hem lav to hrinn about the passanc of this , . "This is a day "f celebration in ; which I am vi ry happy to share, vviin on, oi- of l oll hel e 1,1 ' Sent I IV e . worked uneoasinnly and the Is st in my- ability for the p. issane ol the Phil-; ip'pine leuishition. our task hm e m j the islands has been to prepare th" j ! situation for the in vv form of nov el n- ment now S'lictioneri by the new la The presiiieni io.-i , u led m, p. " " 1, ounce his policy upon niv '''nv;".j ,,:imeolhcsinan was Waller llarri lliiw vears nan. and now the (Olinr, -s , . ,li.. ,v , of on r con ni ry to i m poo. v . enunciated. The struaule lo scour the ,..' - nenl of this has been sevoi . i . . . l t i I"". I ..hell,,.,- any oolitical cilllpalfltl if i rmtri'.r. S.r" '" r'Sn.V:..,.-;.'-! turn of the Islands. Put now tl'.:H mess has acted. I am .onlubnt teal, Ibis eampainn of opposition will con ., lo an end. and that all ' " I the community will acpnesee ' in , . . . ,, .. ii i I , ., e, - nress. It is time, my fri'iuis, ior . who have the best m t rest s of ' 1 ' ; Philippines at heart to reconmze tl a v friends, tor r nnnn now- ,,c, -,v , the question ol tne '"l(h lil. .ii, u mi.l a shou n celepral. W,lo, . . ; of Hi e debate. I 'With a ni'nerost.v and unselfish- j .. . . ii..i,,.i ,n b s oi c, i ness ainiosi uni'.,, " the I'nited States con-ii.ss ua- !' ''',.. e.,i u ,,i,,,.ii.. indeneiidenc lit this sol-j j'jn, pines We know the ili... on tu ba I o f the people , to of the Pnited Stat ,., there will b" no turning back- ..,. re sic, hereafter will b forward. "The Filipino people will now as sume verc ni'"at responsibilities. Their friends all over the world will "at.'h with keenest interest the op.-iations of this new sov eminent. Their pa tience, dmnity and self-restraint dur ine thes recent vears. throughout tne trving montlis when their iutuie was being debat. ,1 In the Pnited Staes. In nil the davs uT temporary disappoint ment, are an earnest of their wisdom anj ihuraacr iu the time to come. lully in one, pen e io in, ,,:,.,., lt,e house of Attorney ,on Will ADMITS IE COMMITTED ROBBERIES HERE Gives Detailed Account of His Opei at ions Heic; Three Women Identify Him; Jew elry Not Found, P'tiry A"-eil Mazcn yesterday con- fessod to Chief ,1. ;. i : : , 1 , , -h , that he coniiiiiltcd the sciics ot I urnlaru look him before three women who saw the hiirnlnr at once. They iden tified him. That was before he con fessed. The id' ntificatiou was featured by dramatic Incidents. Maen was first taken to the home of Fidel Koniero. , - I West Silver avenue, which he at templeil to enter Wednesday morniim. ha racterized lis one of the most Im lle col no fintli..,. Don, ,1,,. i. i, ! Hurt in t events 1 1 a nsmrimr in Kuvpt ...i.,... m:,,., ,.n,,,, , i,,, ; sleepitm there, friKhtem d him -..... yesterday Mazcn was taken y ,,:lv Mmz w.,s t:ik,.n thvow !!"' '"" l-nus.y. i Ihe nil was stationed beside the bed so she would see him at the same a 11 -Hie she had Wednesday . ''Si, si,'' si xclaiined like a shot W hen she saw him v ester, lay. m .. ..... . i.. ... ... , .... ... .1. 1 , ' .V. , o , ,, .,... ot Mrs. Mniv tobinson. L'lu South .,','-, M,c,,. ,,e wen, nun ,nai house Tiiesduv morniiiL'. Mis I'o' - r-:iic-"n saw him throimh the open door jat the instigation of encinv ucents, he r,7 , of her bedroom as he was stoopinir ' made pi eparat ions for offensive ae 'over a chiffonier in Ihe next room Minn nnuinst the loyal tribesmen. He .'.-, a . i , ot e 1, li e ex 1) , 11. tine yesterday. Mrs. Ilobinson ldcn - ' South lahth street.' also ' blent ified 11,1..., I . , , . . . I . .' 1 I'.,... 11,1 : him. Mazcn afterward made a clean I. nasi ol ins operations here, lie de- tailed his movements from the time lea, he, I Albuqueniuc until he left i and ,les, ribed mill ut ely the Jewel j he took ; The jewelry has not 1 n recovered However, the police have some hope, (of l-cinu able to locate ,t. Mazcn said j 1 he had pl.ocd it behind a picture in ' I hi so room at a I.as Yen, is hotel. Chief iiialusha lei, phoned Chief Hen Coles !at l.as Vitus. Chief Coles found no ! jewelry there. ! Mazeii then' told Chief Calusha that ;he had spoken to a nemo throimh a I window of the' l.as Yen, fs tail, direct- inif hi in',, net the lealher case con- i liiiniiti! the iewclry and to take care jofit. Mazcn th' ii talked to the neuro over the Ion- distance wire telbnir him thai "tlo v" had ihe ",l..,lu-,,.,,l" k new noinmfc anoui ir. ( uicr i oics said the man named bv Mazm had a - . icpiiiiuion rop nniiMiv. slept on Mosn. Mazcn reached Albu'Uer.iio a week ano last riinhi, eominn on Santa Pe train No. !l. which arrived short I v b'-fore rnidninht. He went to'l",nv or ine suiians escoi, s.aiicico , 1(, ,,.sa eHst of tow n and slept t hel e j ;i "'' la,('r surrendered. t,af nin'ht. At midninlil Monday lid ,.,,., ,1h operations, first enterinni . home of Miss liavis Tin West the home of Miss Havis, Till West Silver avenue. He took a lady's nold wat, h and in cash. ,,,, 1(.x) xlsl),.( the home of C K. , .oH her, " I i H South Hlch street. He! ,,Se,l a skeleton key to 00, 0 tbe back I door, after pushing Mr. Kovvlcr's key' out of the lock. Mazen's key had nut pronns filed in Ihe end of it for that purpose. He still had the Key '"' "s "''.' , . , M'z.'n was heard in the l.owher ""me. I, hea id someone vva ik inn Mx ,. ,,,. ,,,,, '""i ''"'h": '""i ! V,'''V orll after Ihe final batllc "'' "" " V'." I'' I" I 'tmubcrs of those who had sup- not n.'tten out of the lm-k yard w die,. , ,,,., A ,,(.. a, nled to the lirit- a policeman dashed up m front of j, f()r ,).o "Ann..." or pardon, ami the house m an automobile. It washesc in, hi, Id many of the sultan's lie mt nolhin there. Ptom there he went to tile Iiuiliiinn took it. Alter lie let! tills House, vv A. I'atlibun. w ho livi sal the I mil lioiue, shot at hlln. Walked lo llcrnalillo. He walked tell miles oul on ,,,.. I,. l.. lie, I nil'1,1 he said lb I !,,.'.'. ., ... , ,i,.. ,,..,1 ,..i,i . went lo the freight yards al Aha jo. I ,, c . . . , . , , . , ....u RoiM(r (0 I.as Vcnas, he decided to net , 1 1 1 ,. niore chann III' not it it the lv home. II, found . i ioor open, went in and took jewelry V;ilui i )iV v,.s at more than j-() v;,xt , went to the Koniero ,eavinn the Koniero place lie , ,i,nucdi Kobinson park. A o,, p., pes of ficer chased him. The Calusha He not awav. walked ' . . s(.lt , (.uni. of i , .aioow-i.ods It,, re null ninhl ami W''lk, - l l"'f''""- ,J'!l'J" ; S and , -, , L S. . ! , , I . , re it.ioi . ' . ... ,. weni io i, as v children have a miraculous escape , MO,Mm. Jou.M,. ,cli. l.tuo . ,,.p ,(r, s.-I.a-t veiunn fiv e , , i,,' mils 'and boys in a ponv cart ....., soillral on the bin k pavemeiil in ' tl u . Clancy, when the pony rhn, ,., ,art owned by the ( (f , . ,,lv ,,,k i,,t . .-,,,,l ear The 11,111V dashed on the pavement and th, It down three wooden pillar l"" ''J.'f i hildion he Clancy porta had a luiraeiiloii The (scape I from serious in liry, only the sma ,. ..... Kil.,s ,..,, ,., and bruised ;,1 out the nnht eye. She was tal;,n the otllce Ol Ii. .,'il,a, ,i,s. the street, wh'ie her injuries w el i .1 NOTH'K. The renul ,r republican centra! committee of P.ernalillo county is hereby called to meet at !. :;,. a. m this morning, at the W. o. W. hall for tbe purpose of 1 1 ansa, ! inn busi ness before holding tin- rigular on vention. Kl.l- P.CO P AC A . Vice President of Ihe Klpuhlican Central Committer. Rnulti from Journal Want Ad. BRITISH RULE S E The People of the Country in Co-operatiiL' to Buny, Eng lish Administration Have Deen Benefited, ( lieuti'lilletl Vrr Ci,rrri,iilrnceA t'.nn. Iv-tM't, Sept. Alt bony It 1 suae the oulv a short tunc Ikis pa (ton providmn the same code of law and justice- lis prevails in the lest of the Sudan. This oi ;;au i.al Ion, it Is stated, has been due m no small p,.il to thv co-operation of the people who appear to he well content to be frc d from the rule of Ali Ihuar. Hitherto obscure details of what is '. were civen to a representative of the Associated Press by a liiuli of heial. His account was in suhstam e as lol - low.- War ;lv( Opportunity. Ali ldnar sei.ed the occasion of tl outbreak of war bclvve tain and Turkey to rem Crcat u I - his alb1- Kiance to the Sudan Roveinnient and .subsequently his adhesion to the ene my. He endeiivored to seduce the chiefs and stir ui hssatisl'aetion in ,l,i, u,l., ,! flo,o,.,l ,-..,,...,,..1 off! .'"' ".""" " '.i.il warnings sent to him. I-imilly "" ,..,in... .. 1 ioUs w a r mil announced 1 Is intent ion I . .11 I ,1 V.l I 1 I I I l ?M O I, 1, ,,'lr lOl a,,,, L , ! la i n s. His action co-ordmaled with . ' . n,l sen uss, and lorn, cd i that of the r I I'art of a Keneral movemetit ni;amst ' aim ine .- n, I Hnlish Covcrnor ' ,..., ,i ,r i-M- j 'l'd Winn.lte deei,e, that it was es- sential to forestall the sultans !"- ii ,a .oe....,t,a.,..i .. .1., ,ii , r I- -"-- -i ' - ' , I'1"' K.yptia" armv uner Hi or Colonel 1'. V. Uellv. This force eross, al the Harfiir front i.'f on Mar. h and during the months of March ami April successfully occupied the jw'" ceniersoi jeoci ci mint a,,,, ' Al ia.l. thus pinninK' Hi, sultan's army I to Pusher and c h'sinn the main load : i '" ' The A icjIo- Iv-: v pt ian i 1 f'"'e continued to advance, and on : I Mav UJ attacked and ilet.-ated the "'o"ps- of All lunar which occupied a ! "I position near Pashcr. The sub , ,:l"'s f"f'e, which was estimated at I :t""'ll(l idles, onmpiisiim the flower ol ; "is armv, had. ill a nmum eah ula- 1 ,lv'' K,l,''1 twenty-two wounded. I VI, lliie... In., .cell" f!..,l ,.. I..,el VnuTI .... ..... ... .- , a c i mi pa nied bv some l.r.nn followers. "M ""' apl'ioa. n 01 an opi.ine. now cv er. a siainpeue was causeii o.v I1"'. ' -1 ' 1 1 " bombs and the nia- .... "-"I'l"! i ion" m i.n ,uv nnlo-1 ,, it isn expcin mn. in i " " "'''''' 1 1 w,',v ll,lllz''" ",' IH'st time In tin- Sudan, involved the ma intena nee of a lonn line of enm- mimical ions ovr almost ."ua nub s of waterless and roadless count rv. The provision of supplies pr. tiled mi lnell.se , 1 1 f f ic u 11 us, as did also the j transport of heavy material ic'iuiicd ; for the erection of hancais for the , ropl.inos. Tl result w : r, ma rka - i f(. , ,." ,il!f,:lllee traversed ov unknown eoiiniiv in so short ,, lolr. rj , IU ,,. , t line, I e - , I fill pursuits. All I una r hi m elf is si ill funilive. I SI K IT I I I I V VI'MIS. There Is one remedy Mini for many i years has niven relief from counhs. colds, iroup and vvhoopinn counh. M is probably the best known family l I roundi incdiciiie In the world and be- cause it contains no opiates is slronn i I.v r( corumerob d for children as well 'as ailults. Mrs. ('has, plelz, Alhn .Mil Pa., writes: "I haw used Fol- joy's Honey ami Tar for eleven y , rs " "' ' 11 '"" "' it," It t ick linn 1 pri'inpilv relieves Hoarser throat, broii, hial counhs, inflained '"",' ' : ' "" J, " 1 ' in : I a I ei , c., ,, 1 1 1 -,,,,!, foci evil,.- i where. Mint i; oi hi:i;in(; To I'l'opcilv Owners I inler Paving Ordinance No. :,',H ol' the (il of lbu,p,eiiuc. X. , To the piopcrty owners affe't eo by a lesolulion ;olo,ied bv the City Council of ihe ("itv of A 1 1 ui ' I iier, ue. ordering that portion of Central avenue in the CiC of A 1 1 'in j in a 'i ne. New Mexico. between its i u I ' I Set i ' 1 11 W il 11 the east line of Sixl I. .',1 reel and lis mb r eclioii with 'he west III f Fourteenth si reel in s .i'l city, ami all si root int ei se, lions of said ( 'cat l a I a yen ue w 1 1 bin t he limits I bus defined, and here inafter ,b-s- I I lied in pa i ai i a ph C-,ll lo be eluded and paved, and which said propottv ovvmis' names are more particulirb set out in pa r .iL-raph I e ) M i r ol. You ami each of you a.e li' i'-bv untitled lhat pursii ,nt lo a icsolutioii of Hie City of Albii'iuei-iue, New Mexico, adopted by the CltV Coi'll'll on Hm I w cut y -1 tin ,1 day of Sepleln le r. I '. I .'!. o. del II, L' a hea ri.in to be givi n lo the owner', ot piopeit'. ubut t:ng upon that portion of Central .venue ill said city, ordered to be nl.i'h d. curbed and pa:, d I .v KeSolu tion No. 1 of said mi, approved on the f ii t It da "f Si plembei. Put;, a public hearing will !" niv, n by said Citv I "mini ll at t be City Hall in sa id City of Albuoiier r,ue, bcciniiMin at the hour of x nri,i-: p. In. of Mondav, lb.. Kith day of N'ove in bet , I'll,;, as provided by i ii dinance No. ",7k of tie ordinal ices of said city, al won h Mat- DUKE CIT Cleaners-Halters 220 Wit (itJld ITione 4H II PROV NC OF DARFUR NOW inn yon may, in person or b c.mnscl. appear and contest tbe proposed as sessment lor sin Ii Improvement, the icnulutily of the prncecdini; with ref , reucc to the impro cment, the hctt elits of said improvement to his or her properly. or any other matter w nil i el . rem e I bet it o. Vim are further notified: I a I That t he est una led o" t and expense of the Improvement is , vi, , . lb) That the bound. nies of tlie as sessment district include all plop, rtv lihiitlinn upon said Cent nil av enue Iciwe.ii the east line of Sixth street and the West hue of fourteenth stteet ill the City of A It'll.) lie I que. I c-d I Tbe t onto of t he mi prov cmcnt by stiects, alleys and oilier ways, and the places of commencement and eiiilinc of the proposed inipmye hie,i1 are as follows All licit portion of Central avenue, in I be CM v of A lbu.iicr'iuc. New i Mexico, between its intersection with the east hue of sixth street and its unci seel lous with the west Hue of I KciMii tub si root in said etv, and all met interred ioiim of said Contia! venue within the limits thus defined iiuncr. I'lohi ft. l.oT. lllk. W. I !. I V ons. . . . '.n 1 ."'--11', a" c. i: i.ow,. ei . . I. I f II. Kent . .' . S '..'.a 10-11-1 M' f. II. K'-nl .... .V ' f. 11. Kent I'.M'.II All lis l., cal la scrip. KM, mate Set offs ( n iv.iit.il T"W to ile t ; I H None I M ti.inal T"W nsito $ I l.i. ; I None iMuinal Tovvnsiio !'.. T:t None i n initial Towiisiic fJXi'.ti None uriciuil To. mite $ lb! II II None All of the above described nrop rtv I.v inn and heme, Mi the in inmal ! To ,v n mow cltvl ol A ll'U'l uerc i:.', as ! shown bv the ofiioial plat thereof y.m and each of von me further tificit to file n protest, in writing, von so desire, a,;ainst said proposed improvement, on or before the cotn- , ,., mem of said lieanm.; before Ihe Ctlv Conned I'.y i.rd.-r of the City Conn, II of the Coy of AlbU'luet'lile, NcVV Mexico, ,jliH m ,).,v ,,f September. I'.Hti. llf.NKY Wf.S'l 'Klif KI.D, Mavor of the City of Albu'iuer'llie. Attet : Thomas llimhes. Cily Clerk, t Moiti: it t u ii i : roil iiri;. Mrs. J. M- C.askill, i:tna Creen, I'"1-- i,iu's 'I sufferi'd Horn Severn I backache, and sharp pains snoouiiK ,nv . , ,.,,,,, , ! stoo over and net up without aid. i I'rinary trouble seemed to be tbo r i, ,,ll. A sinule box ot r otey j,,','' ,js Kl,v',, me such relief that i , , hlnhlv." This 1 ' a1""" i . . , , , . ,.. , standard remedy tor Kinney a,,,i oao,- 1 dcr ailments can be taiven wihi suicy for backache, swollen iuikics unu rheunuitic pains. Sold everywhere. II, dm () 1'iirsiim is ' ' ' ' " iiti!il have tl ;iikI li.iiii'Vi'i'iiilicil wiUi In ,iilc ;inls. liP'Uw ax 1 1, ,liii ( . liui'Mini lias 'I'lic last U'Li'islatiirc, a Aliran Alrvt.T. a Hursiiin iniinlv liurstiiii's lioiue c l to the prt'sciit time i.-nk-TV I'l'h! CI.'.VT TI.MI' OK SH.4i)S.'2 I IAS I'.KKX Sl'I'.N'T T .U. IU ' k'Sl ' M'S S'l'OI-Ii;, Tl I IC kio (iixwnr. simn'i.v i'omi'.wv. o? sot .;!,(. w uivA.ts sicm-.d i;y MK, IllKSlM AS I'KI'.SIDI'.XT l- TIM'. Oi.MI'AXV SIloW Tl US l-'.UT. ,. noil, lias l.een (l'.ne on this ma, I snue list I i eeiiil.er. Imt salaiie-, Ibtve Leeii ai, regularly lo Mr. .Hiirsiini's political lieutenant.- mil ,,f ic luinl iai-nl Ly la.ili"ii t. lanM tlii-. road. SI'A'I' X MII.I'.S HI" K'OAD IX TI'.X M'.l:S AND XT.AUI.Y lll,l' Till". MO.XI'V COXK TO MK. nt'-lx'Sl'M'S I'OMfWV. - Tlie siipeiA isor ol Mr. r.iiisiiin's S, 'ei .rr o-M "!.'' 'li"ii mad is J"-c S. I'..iea. ( liaii man of Mr. I'ltirsuin's Ix.ard of county c .uiniissii . i;i r-. Tlie foreiuan of eoiisti uelioii is K. II. Svoel, "i:i' of Mr. I'uisuinX el'cesl pi .lit teal friends and allies. Warrants .air out l.y Suerisi.r H.'p'.t show Sweet has I n-oi i dravv in!-; SliHi.CIl per month and expenses. Sued ha - drawn $!(.n'.NO. of which ani-.tint S(ia'.5o was paid him since "annarv I. I'd'., a- hi- salary f,,r i!ic m-t si lnnnilis, A I ,T 1 1 Ol ' '. 1 1 Dl'lvlX'ti THAT TIMK )T A (. I'.XT AS ' SI'h'.XT ! )R I.AI'.olx. NO WORK WAS DOXI'-. AXD III', I IAD XOOXK TO III', Id )U KM A X OVKU. Sweet has received S15P0.ni) as salarv, tlie reuiainder for espeipcs. lie was tlius employed for 15 months; and started drawing his pay when lie u;i, appointed m April, l'M5. althonolt the law as passed lacked the emergency elaii-e and did it' -1 lake elleet until June, l')15. c work was done until July, hut Swiet oceived his salary ju-L the same. Supervi-or !;,, paid Iiinisclf fur expni -c- !-'l50, M.ine of which was for a trip to Santa Kc in July, I'M 5. I.candro llaca, another llui'siiin Coiinlv ( 'oiniui--u mr, ieiin'.ed as slicri 1 1 ol S"'.'o!To ei'iiulv in ' I.v (ioviTiior I laf.;eiiiian, ieccive-1 Sa'o.oi. in nioiilhlv lump -mils ol S5i . A firm called Cunzales and liaca, licensed ; retail li tn r dealeis, in Mav.dalena.and 'icor (ioiiales uf ihe firm received warrant- aiiiotuil inj.; to $s'0..v, J. . Torres, a brother of J. K. Torre--, editor of Mr. Hursum's Spani-h paper ''1,1 lleraldn" ea-hed a warrant for $5'). in a -aloon in Socorm. THAT IS Till', KI'X'OUI) Ol' I'dlvSl'M Till'. KOD I'.l'l I.I JKR. ik' 'r.i'KSi'M is i ; i . i x r 1 1 f-ovKk xok, how i.oxc, w ii.i, it tki-; to I'.l ll.l) Till'; KOAI) SVSTh'.M THAT III-'. IS NOW TM.kl.W. A.llol T: HoW M I "CM I WII.I, IT COST? AND HOW Ml'dl OI' Till', MONT. Y OK Till''. TAXI'AN h'l'S WII.I. Co To C( ilxI'Ok'ATIOXS IX WINCH MR. r,lk'Sl'M IS I XTI-'.k I'.STi I ) AXI) TO I'RII'.XDS WHOM 1 Tlv WISIII'.S To KAol'? i ! KI'.T MR. I'.l'RSl'.M OX COOI) ROADS. LUMBER Point.-!, (.his-. Maid, old Kool hit; Hint liulldni;,- I'upcr j. c. BALUHiuiit ufv'u COMPANY LtATHEH AND RwOlNGi ItaincttM, JSaclilh'n, lnoc FuLils, Huol I'aliilH. I tc. TMOS. F. Kt.LLHEft rilONH 410. 4N W. 1M H VI All,i,iiie, ,.,ie 4 vin 3 l. V. TV,-,. .It- 1MB PHONE 98 LUMBER Cement-Plaster Albuquerque Lumber Company 423 ISOUTII lmw nidiiLr 1'ic ine ui i.f (8 ic vnUTs liclii'c tlhil il lb' ticdf.l ",..v'lllnr ' ' ' . il lh.il 111 .' w i! ip one a rcfiiid a- a I'ornl -lnii!' !'.".". H''1' iirsinii h'-I.L'ilnrc. ra-u! a l-ill rcprcM-iilal iv c, arlln ii i.u' a unit v. fur the on-t rue i d a pa seven iiiil.s ..f tin - pa-l l'fii ( )l' rill'. KN'Tl Ki: MorT A.XSWKk TIIKSI'. Ol I'.STI (Political Advertisement) Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON jer Pictun Framn fourth St. mill "oimt Ave. V fp Ki, .' w (vr m w I lltHT KTK1JST THE ROAD BUILDER I'l.nl Xl'VV Mi'vici lit 1 1 IV M.HO win ne in-" " . ill nr., nV I'l'h' I'M'!' lilll -lllll htllll 11 int r-..lnri-. I I.v lrircsciilalie , , I . . y' V V 1,1 1 ) lllllis I t K l , H 1 1 , d II ,S, h'i d Ti . I'' Ali ,lh ill. l.uill. at a o-t of M SI'I-'A'T I'T To ,1 15.21. ONS IX ! IIS XKXT SI'IT.CH I i i I I