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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Wednesday, October 25, 1916.
"SPEAR HEAD"
'FAMOUS FOR
A GENERATION
The Chew That's Noted for
its Luscious, Long
Lasting Flavor
MADE OF RIPE RED BURLEY
Thr only tbbtCCO t lint perfect- ,
Iv rettim Hwi natural juio oi the ,
mf i tobacco. 'I herefore, j
the only way for you to fd the i
full, tasty enjoyment and wltolc-
ionc beaefit out oi tobacca is to
i hew higB-grftdc plug,
raktr Head plug it t lie mellow-
est, jjuiiicst dteW you ever tasted.
'It Ittdotta, Idng-lattins flavor
distinguishes it from all Other
ehewing tobaccos and nukes' it
the most satisfying Of i liews.
) Sun ripened red Barley loaf
carefully selected for its full, per
fect flavor, is prated Into plug .
of Spear Head thai make your
mouth water just to sec them.
' Try Spear Head once and you'll ,
never again he satisfied with any ;
other chew.
Get a sc or IOC cut today.
Bf-
CALIFORNIA ARE
TEAM w LL PLAY
GUARDSMEN FROM A. U.S. FOOTBALL BITTER FIGHT IN RUMANfAMS ARE
FIGHTING BETTER
E
ITCH
L
EADERS
WIN
SL
I RIGHS
Shoot
for
t ice
of
Pnrifir C.
the National Board
'romotion of Rifle Piac
Is Led by Boys Fiom
toast,
Game to Take Place at
low. Marking Local
First Time Outside o
Mexico,
Wins
Highs ; N-jw
our
inn r
I lead.
EAST AND WEST TO
MEET ON GRIDIRON
CLOSE OF SEASON
jnuiNii MMM sriasi
CbloMRi Oct 14, a leading west
i i n football sloven mik be iMMii ii to
participate In u po at -season name
nKHliiHt one of Hi. eastern eolloBM
Ihts rnr. seoordlns to advices r
. , M il today from Vnii. r E, Hop
i, ecrotery of lb Boston Nation-
.lis
The giiinc will l blood Hi' Snhii-
aai alter nanksglvlng in tha Boston
law ha 1 1 park. Am eh ens 1 i On I BO
big nine" are burred limn post-seii-
contests. Nebraska, Notre Dame or
mm hlgan win be Invlti n mkfce ih
Jacksonville Kin, Oct, II, Tits
California national guard, srlth l,til
point out oi r poselbl l.tOQ, srn
leading slghl teams a blob tonlghi
finished 1 1 -- team match of tha Na
tional Board for Promotion (if RIO
Practice Tha Ohio civilian team was
aecond, with 1,10, and IN Missouri
civilian toani third, with l.afia.
The remaining fl vs team hloh
finished shooting today In tha faea of
cold, tricky wind, are Michigan
civilian! I.Tae; Booth Dakota civilian,
I,tl7i Lftaii Chilian, , 477; Arkansas
civilian, l.ltSi "i"1 Florida Mllltar)
academy, 1,981, '
There ware flfty-flva team lb tha
cunt and the others shot tha rapid
fira .mci the iOO-yord stages and win
kii on tha ranae tomorrow 1,1 fire at
I hi' I .nun- v .1 1 il COW I tiding ItaKC,
These teanu, arith their i-1 on
nf a poaalbia 1,460 points, el t he
elusion of tha t:i!'t:t fir? nnd
tag, eft!
United Btatei marine corn
InWii iiiiliun.il nil. ml, J.".'s. New Vor
national itiard, I.OSJ; Indiana nation-
al guard, 2,050 . V ' '"'"on
nl guard, 2,11-H; mi n muni" national
guard, 1,084; Qeorgta nattuaal guard,
1,081 . K.uiHiiH national guard, I
w , omlng national guard, 1,0 1 1 1
North Caroltaa national guard, l,018i
California civilian, 8,104; Tennessee
national guard, l'40 I Mars I I 1
2.MI7 New Mexico na
I, toll i lolori ii" national
Nea Jersey national
District of Columbia oi
District of Columbia
1,088; Weei Virginia ne-
: Vlimnt.i national
The high echool football team will
make its ftral trip otttsld New Mexico
thin season whtn the Albuquequeans
Kd in Wlnalow, .'
of thin tiiwn
WinaJoW blgbi
Minim; ahowlng
olaaj in Ariaona
"it
1 1 :
11 , In play I In' InkTli
November n Tha
lava been making a
aamnst tea mi of its
tiiis aeuaon anil the
game between that aohool ami Hie Al
buquerqueana, Ii It expected, will be
haul rmiKbt.
The ink'ii 1 1 hool taam'i achedule for
tiic aeaaon haa boon completed, it
calli foi three gamea here Thay win
iir played October li, when the hlahe
tneel thi Indiana; November 4, when
the Sum 1 0e iiiuiix come t" Albuquai
que, and November 18, when the iukIis
meet (he Manual aohool wleven. Tnla
win be the aecond 'iiiii t between
the high ana Manual thli yeaf.
Tin' hlgha win in" pla heri
Thanksgiving day owing tn the facl
(hat tin. I iiivi thII y i,f N' Mi n n Iki-'
ached 11 ted a game altb ti"' Agglea for',
1 inn date, 1 he niuii will play
Hanta Pa, meeting the Ancient
theli aecond conteat on Turkey day,
A ticket aelllna campaign bus been
milium in Mtftl Btttdcflt". They
winii to dlapoae nf aeaaon tlcketa, kiv
Lng admittance tha throe khim"s 10
in. played on bonta grounda Tin- aea
aon tlcketa " il for II. fifty cent mi
mlaion will be charged for each gamii
If imi do'nol have waaon ticket,
AUSTRALIA OVER
Teach Them
DRAFT SERVICE
Piime
peals
Supply
Britain
ister HHies Ap-
for Compulsion to
Soldiers for Great
During War,
lav 0NNa JOURNAL Wt I f kitO WIRII
Melbourne, Oct, 14, The Austral
Ian ' ommonwaaith nn 1- m tin-
mroea "f s campaign im and
compulsory military service,
waa brought on a tew wi 1 ka
the decision of the Hughea
men) to submit the qui stlon 1
ei andum to be hold 1 n tol 1 1 !
1 ne enuatment sltuuti
time shows thai 108,
mi nts voluntarily have b(
additional reinforcement!
tu July 1. next vi'tir, are
u gainst
wbn h
ado by
tlmial uiiiikI.
tlonal guard,
guard, 1.001
guard, 1,001;
vlllan, 1,008
IiIkIi school,
thin.il guard,
miaul, 1,080 fiorlda natli
1,080; Mlaalaaippl national
010; ' ihlo national guard, 1
Carolina Mllltai v academ)
1 vs 1011 rnsisiisiiv
KiMiJd 1 1 1 i)i 1 1 mi 1
itonton. ( lot 1 1 Plans for post
senaon fooiimll contnsi between east-
mil u llil wcMtein li'iins an linl'f III It
ag rat, according to Waltai H Hap
1 1, aecretary of the Hoaion Nation
al aagua Baseball club, who I iinot-
.ft tu n nh leave (luipatch " s doairou
of liavlni Niirh a gams plajad al
iti uvea riiiii fha SumikIms after
Thartgagrvtng. Mi rtapgood saiii bis
Idea wiih that Dartmouth, Tufta or
Rrown inixht in- chosen as the astern
team, Harvard and fa) being allm
in 1 1 1 'i I from cotimiIi'i .1 1 Ion
mal guard,
guard, !,-
!I74 . Soul Ii
l.'.i.l: I11-
dtani Ulan 1,070; ( iklahoma im
tlonal guard, 1,818; Idaho civilian, t,
911; Arkanaas national guard, 1 Oill
Delaware national guard, i.n.ii Tex-
1 iih niiiional guard, 1,088; Iowa otvii
I inn, 1,088; Horlda i Ulan, 1,081 nis-
Irlrt of ( oliinilila nation 11 Xuarn, i
D2I; North Dakota national Kinirrt. 1,-
nis; Kansas civilian, 1,081; Wyoming
1 Milan. 1,802; Nobruakn naUoIiliI
guard, l.lTf; Taxai civilian, i.7:s
Oklahoma civilian, 1,846; Nevada ci
vilian, l,8l; Mlnni iota oi Ulan, l,
188: Maryland . Ivtllan, 1,81"; Vlaka
civilian, 1,810; Pennaylvanla civilian;
1 uvsi Virginia civilian, l0
Qeorgta olviltan, 1,808; Alabama olJ
Milan, 1,411.
DISCUSS HEALTH
AT FORTY-FOURTH
I
ANN
MEETING
1 w mi vim 1.1 vim n m
Is. IS I I I "I I I I I I P
Convention
American
sociation
in Line W
in Cincinnati ot
Public Health As
Discuss Subjects
!h Their Work,
1ST MUKNIN 111 IM llCi "M
Cincinnati, Oct, 24, Health inst
a nee, public health, mental hygti
.unl 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 piolili'iii wire tin' u i 1 1
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
olili'in wire tin
:ii topics discussed at i ti first day'.i
lf.: session of the fortj -fourth annual con
1 ventlon of it"1 American i 1 1 1 1 1 - Health
... , . .,, , : aNsin iiil Ion In r today. Dr, JOhn B,
end of tha 100 and 100 yard ataias
Of the liiitmnal I ii in i Ifle niali " tOOO,)
New Mexico stood firti'intb
ut l'ift fif i ompi Hlois New Mi x
IIU' ,.!..,. u.,.u Hill,, i... il.-.' Illulll'l'l
WHS III
I Andrews of New York, in-mi of the
American Association of Ijibor Uegia-
i1H'i Intlon, in dtacuaalng health Insurance,
Mil l( III. il win il iiisi BOVocaiea n n:m
three enemies, thr employer, the bt-
At t.oH Angalee, I; Vernoni n
ai Kan Pranclaco, Portland,
At unit Lake, ii. Oakland, I,
ib. in it
matibi'H.
total hi ore
alble 1400
I Im leading
I 1 10 out of
ibc cloae of last year s
The Naa Mexico team
ho far In 1 008 OUl of u pOB-
Lauro Lujan of 1-ih Vegas
tha team with a score of
n poaalbia 100,
luirin' iiikii
howaver,he
class, s had
I him:, lint I Ii
lis mi an
aid, tin' tw.i flral
oni iinii'.i thai t Ii
it t he physician fe
named
i a bic
irinsk rialttu i luunploiiahlp,
Boston, i tew 1 4 Battling Levlnsky
of Bridgeport Conn., olaii i the
light heavyweight thamplonahlp of
America tonight aftei outpointing
jack Dillon of ndlanapolis in a
twelve round boul The refsre a de
nifftoh was undlaputedi Uevinaky had
orhatevet there waa in every round ex
cap) the fifth Dillon teemed to lack
his usual aggressiveness, Uevlnaky
outwi ighed iiiii"ti h ten oi twalva
pounds
RY MAYOR rOR FAILURE
TO SUPPRESS MOB RIOTS
In the pri'Mi'tn plans his posl
not been properly proteoted,
The sffocl of aii niini on th
benlth was discussed by ir
"I at tills
i alnforce
.ti enrolled,
needed up
I 00.000, ami
125,000 man are available, according
to the war cenaua, aho are "fit, single
and without dependent."
Oonacrtpttofl Manned,
The goveroment'a plan is thai thi
voluntarj requirement I lo I in
tinued, thr deficiency to i"' mads "ii
b) conecrlptlon; man to be called np
month by month an required; no com
pulaory catling up of men under ji
years of age; abaolute exemptions oth
erwise: (li only Hons, iji alngle men
in l "no re ine sole support oi aepend
i.lents; (! in families which have al-
I i'i,i .t.i r,,..., I jl....i i . in
J . ... ..i.-iiit-i, v iii nil 1 1 i'i nil i.iiiiiii;
uii of the remaining members of it"'
family up t e-half; the constitu
tion of non-military: tribunals to hear
apt"'. lis for exemptions,
KcrcreiMhran Ballot Simple.
The referendum queatlon which will
be aubmlttad to ihe electors of Oqto
ber 28, and which will be submitted to
the electorg on October 28, and which
the men and women voters of the
commonwealth ut home and on active
service abr i will answer simply
with thi' Munis: "Yes," ,,r "No." will
I l i . nl as follows:
I "Are you in favor of the govern-
I im nt. imviiiK in this grave emergency,
the Same compulsory powers over olt-
I Isena In regard to requiring their mili
tary service for the term of this war,
loutaide the common wen Kb, as it now
has in regard to mllltarj service with-
I tu t im common wealth t"
Labor Part) i- spin.
Btnce the prima minister came out
natty tor compulsory service, events
have been rapid and dramatic. The
labor party, of which Mr. Hughes was
founder, is spill Into tWO factions
over tha issue of conscription. He,
With most of the fed,. nil labor party,
(Unit is, those numbers of it in the
commonwealth parliament) ami some
members or thn state labor govern
ments of New South Wales and Sunt I.
Australia, are ranged on the side of
conscription, and bitterly opposed to
him, and his supporters, are several
members of the federal party, powi i
fUl trades unionists bodies In 'Mel
bourne, and Sydney, and laborite poli
ticians in several state governments
Hughes is Kxpeflod.
Mr Hughes lias been expelled from
the political laiior lengue Of New
by th officers of that
u im h represents various
he refuses to 1 1 cognise
i ither loading lalSrltes
are under almost as SO-
The minister for cus-
I,. Tinier, resigned from
cabinet recently bebauae
f sympathy with hlg chief
WITH
YDrPIEMPt
A LIIILI.l
Artillery
cwea . uv asso
Correspondent,
German
Vi
Tffr
TI
ian
Fire, as
Is Far Mum
Enemy's,
O'LEARY SUES
LI
Asserts Democratic
Chairman Has Inj
to Tune of $1 00.
Accurate.
most spectaculc
South Wales
organisation,
unlona, but
their action,
Now, ; In public life
vera a ban,
tonis, Prank
the Mil: In I
lie Waa out
BASEBALL LEAGUE
IS ORGANIZED
IN
AMLRICAN-SAMOA
. i tjcyden
,v mohnins immn- aeaaiai - -
l.awte Muss , I let, "1 The trial
of Mayoi Uberi U Bartlatl and foui
other members of the Haverhill olty
government Indicted for failure to aup-
lil'ess riots in that city nil tin
nf a in il :;. Iickiiii in i e today
Attorney Uouls S, ('ox described the
dlsturbancei ahlch grew out of Ihs
effort or a crowd of several hundred
persons to find Thomas B, tejdan of
goinerville, who hod gona Into hiding
fiii In- li.nl opened a ii.- In tm
public
I lav i n
I'lmerson commlaaloner nf liealih of
New Torh city, and lu D. Robert
son, health commtsalonei of Chicago,
hoth asserting that it was the dutj
of every health officer In the United
States to toui h the doctrine that alco
hol hag a Verj disastrous effect on the
public health.
i ir, w. i !, ituckei
assistant surgeorr
i AeasslsSed Peats Cterrsaaeaslaaea! '
Pago rami, American Hamoa, Oct. 0.1
baseball blague of American-1
Samoa, made up of four tea ma, repre- !
Sentlng the I'nlted States navnl sta ;
tlon, the r. R, B, Portune, Tututla and
tin pitafltaa (the native guard), waa
formed recentl) and a playing eohsd
nie of tblrt) gamea adopted
Commandet John M Hoyar, 0, fJL. j
n.. governor of American -Samoa, wMI
pitch the first ball In ths league'a
opening Kami , scheduled for October
11. I
had announced thai he
would discuss reltgtoua questions from
an antl-Cathollc standpoint. He aa
raped f the ' 1 1 by automobile In
the earl) morning bonis, when militia
and police had succeeded 111 dispersion
the nn lis. The district attorney said
tin vlotenci was made possible by lux
policing.
in in general of the United Slates puidic
1 Ust ru I In a It ti senile, di-' ic -id III. adminis
tration nf public health, while n v.
Conn, director of the laboratories of
the Connecticut state board of health,
vigorously defended bacteriological
analysts as the muy satisfactory baataiTjike them
fur grading milk, ; liberty, v
in his principal address i ir, John ;
p, Alderson, prealdent of the associa
tion, aroused considerable discussion
when he said il was not necessary for
a health officer to be physician.
N( MORE inch WHK MK HER.
Mis J M Qasklll, Kttla (Ireen
iBd., writes "I suffered from aaverel
backache, ami sharp t'Hins shooting I
through my back until 1 could not
etoop over and net up without aid.
Vrlnary trouble seemed to be the.
inns,, nf It all siunle box of PolSg
kidney Pills gav ma such relief that
1 cannot proiaa them too highly." This'
standard remedy foi kidney and blad
der ailments can be taken with safety j
for hachttchi., swollen iinhlen and'
rheumatic piilim Sold ru-rt where
i ust of UahamiaiiN to Border.
Montgomen . Ala , Oct 14.- -The la
nmt but one of the Alabama brigade
left for the Mexican border today. M
consisted of brigade headquartora, the
slKiial im ps and I In- hoapltal im ps.
Twelve hundred men compoalng tha
cavalry regiment arc sun encamped
111 I c.
BICYCLIST RECEIVES A
BROKEN ARM IN FALL
Itainey Trlmble'a lefl arm was bro
ken when he fell from his bicycle
lifonda) nlghl oh Baal Central avenue.
: lie was taken to ut, S. U. l.iirton s oi- ,,f
. . ... ., ... .mi n . rue.
the wrtsl and elbow.
flee,
lute
lie rec
between
Two Danish rmcla Hunk,
London, Oct 14 Lloyd's announces
Unit th( Danish steamer Quldborg iias
been torpedoed ami thai thai Danish
schooner Ubrs lias been sat afire by I
a Herman submarine. The craws of
both vosncbt were landed,
JUDGE C. G. NEELY TO
SPEAK TO REPUBLICANS
to hi 'tni prublcma purchassa vhI,' at
irmi sra vaatly aalvad iy foerae! wnnt
! In ... I Hi. m: tv Mi. in tl.. It tojiiy.
Judge Charles
torn la, win be th
orator to islt
Hughea. Pali IliiiKj
coming yesterday,
tore that oi gu nl
tis headquarters,
N.cly of Call
next republican
Albuquerque. The
dull learned of in i
He will speak lie -
tlon Prldaj night at
218-218 est i odd
on the queatlon of conscription,
But to offael the cleavage In h i
ow n party, win. h Is growing 'mote
pronounced as tha day for voting
upon the referendum approai hes, Mr
Hughes haa the backing of his Ordi
narily determined political anfljrgon
ists, the liberals, bath In the federal
parliament, ami in the various sttaes,
(notes President Lincoln,
In a manifesto addressed to the vot
ers of the commonwealth, appealing
to them to vote 'yes.' mi the referen
dum, Mr, Hughes quoted President
Lincoln's defense of the draft at the
' height Of the civil war, and added:
"As it was in the northern stales in
Lincoln's time, SOf it. Is With us today.
We lik'ht in tin- cause of
Inntarlsm has failed tie, as
it failed them, And we. like them,
unless We confess ourselves degener
ate must In ad the path they trod,
along which they rode resistlessly to
victory."
The prime minister's speech. In
opening the campaign for the refer
endum, was an impassioned one. He
said in the course nf It :
"Can anyone doubt that if Qermanj
wins, she will lav her predatory bands
on this country of ours? If the allies
are defeated, .1 free Australia, as we
1 know il, would exist no more. Think
Hi.it. nil of you who hesitate and
imiii le about your rights Conscription,
j as it Is ciilled. against which all this
I outcry lias been raised, has been Ibc
I law for years, it is, and lias been
and will he 1 plank of the labor plt-
forms. It is tine that the law as it
stands is confined to compulsory mili
tary service inside the commonwealth
inn tiic principle, compulsion, la
there "
The strength of tiic antl-conscrlp-llonlsts
was shewn a few nidi's lati n
when they held a meeting on the
mi tin spot. This was as niuucronsh
attended as was the Hughea meeting.
lett MnnsiNa louiN.i lefCIAl liiiid winii
On the iiiiinanian Front With til
Army of General von Palkenhayn,, Oc
tober IS.- (Via London, Oct. 84.)
Throuah a visit made by the A-ssoei-atad
Press correspondent during the I
last few days along the entire line of)
the Transylvanlan from, including the
Transyhrantan Alps, from the Red
Tower pass to Predeal, it bus been
possible to form an idea of the op-
eratlona of the German and Hunger
Ian force,, atainst the Rumanlana.
For several days the Rumania?
have held only 11 few points along the
border, while the Hermans have ad-
..lined through the Kid To we i pass
in al far as two miles beyond the tw"n j
oi Rlna Vatuuit, ami In proximity to
Campulung, through the Toeraburg
pass. Todaj the con espiindenl wit-
msseii an engagement which brought
ihe Hungarian ami Qerman forcea
into poaaoaalon of Important positions.
1 nder Heavj Irtlllery I ire.
The action was inaugurated Willi j
lively artillery preliminaries tijion the 1
Rumanian! holding the mountain!
ridges which command the pass on the
east. The Oerman ami Hungarian in-1
funt ry iiieanwliile had deployed our
(lie lower Slopes, advancing later over
tiie difficult around, For two hours
ihe Rumanian lines were under a sat
vere artillery fire from the smaller
caliber guns, and the, fell back us the
Oilman and Hungarian infantry ap
proached, At BbOUt 2 o'clock in the afternoon
the rifles and machine yims of the
Teutonic allies drove off the Ruman
ians and simultaneously an infantry
attack ou the Rumanians holding
Pass height, which forma the border,
developed to the accompaniment of a
severe bombardment With heavy
pieces. In the pine forest covering
Fass height the Rumanians made a
good stand, but elsewhere the Germtvn
arctlllery was t"" muh for them,
When nifcht toll Ihe Km. i.imaiis bad
lost scleral of their positions, which
offered Kood vantage points for lie
fense,
(iNIM Terribly
The action was
one, nn seen from the correspondent's
observation point. Its most prominent
feature was the terrible accuracy of
the Hungarian and Herman artillery
lire, III.' 1 fleets of which Was watched
from a distant' of 8,800 yards.
The first shells fired were mainly
bull's-eyes, causing ihe Rumanians to
swarm out of their trenches, On the I ret ag
slope to the northwest, a magaxine) o'Leai
was hit anil exploded, oaustng the Uu- B. Ill
maniana to scatter wildly, i nomln
Through the single long street ofjspeeohes I
the mountain town, Rumanian rein-''"' Amsri
fdroements were advancing but theael";
i roke their formation when the bom-! , , eary
hmll MtarMA DVll. f..,,,- ln , , t ll !l 1 1 II I: I i
narrow pass was filled with a deafen- '.V",''""
i., i .1 i.. r .i,. -Me' ormlck
artillery and the sharp crack of the) hasent"! teie
machine gun ami rifle fire, while th'isoi'i erltlclHina hi
tops of the mountains, as well as Paa j president replie
iieisni, were orapen in a dense cmm ,r.enr Unl In
of powder smoke and dust. mortified" it OX
The actions at tin' Vulcan, Redlyou'' voted for I
Tower, Toerxburg ami Predeal passes, Tim democratl
as well as the open field engagements I Issued its "tin
near Hermannstadt, along the rlverj charges Involvlnj
Aluta. iii ihe Ohoal forest, ami at American tnde
Kronetadt, were all witnessed by the: What purported
Associated Press correspondent,
Rumanlana r,. Hardening,
Tim indications are that, flic Ru
manixns are hurdeninK "P. as lately I
many of their organisations have stood j
their mound Well, especially new reg
iments along the Transylvanlan bor
der. The correspondent met several hun
dred Rumanian prisoners during his1
tour who gave him their Impressions,
which seemed lo Justify the estimate
that the Rumanian auny is still far
from the point where it is able to
meet its opponents mi the basis of
equal numbers, While the Rumanian
artillery is seemingly still of doubtful
value, an Improvement is notable in i
the organised bodies. Remnants of
th,. first and second armies still are in'
the mountains, but aside from these
men. Transylvania has been cleared!
from I'alanak i pass to Orsova.
At Cam pu long as well as at lied
Tower, the Rumanians were out
flanked yesterday by the Herman
mountain troops, who succeeded in
orossing th mountalna, the men car
rying food for four days and ammuni
tion, scaling the sleep mountain sides
and descending into deep valleys ami'
gorges until a point was reached
where the Kuin.iniaii flank could be
attacked.
w "i thi:
m i l x
IB ( tn ot) your gun uttfi
I Tilt
22CaliberRifles
American father too,v has nr.,..
muck forgotten the old notien that
chanie riflo "will do for hi boy. Th.
known facts ahaut rifles point as strongly
o Rcminitton UMC in the .22 calibre nn
as in the big flame rifles.
Erry fr. ihauMnib of llovi die country mcr
re (ivrn Reriiin(loii UMC .22 CtX Rille ,ai ,
t.o(lit hjw to u it ly their f allien. U , J0oj
iuvcament with any developing youth.
Rim.nnlcn UMC .22 Cat. Rihatin, RiOl 'i, ga
fMflOf Rrmintfton UMC Slide Action inj Si.iid
Brte.K I.emmerleM ind safe. Shoot. 13 Hurt,
Longe or 11 Laius; Kille battriaSH without rc
llWlllaf "aasjt taken apart withuuttoolfc
Rtminfttm UMC .22 Cal. AutoI0ad,nt
Rifle 15 shots, handliaa Rrm,ilo:
t'MC AotoMJin, .2'J IVraKSliTS
fre). llammrrlc.i. Matfszin: m ltoel
1 ake-down without tools.
RT.M OIL, tt camh'nattOH Powder SJvtnt. Luhneanf
and Kl.ll t'r-ertitivl
Sold by your home dealer and 387 other leading merchant!
in New Mexico
REMINGTON ARMS UNION METALLIC CAKlKIUOh COM
Laryei; Manufacturer! of Hrearmi and AsasaaaiMS m ( Wjrld
Woclworth Building-. New York
'ANY
S Ir,l'(i0-22 Repeating Rille Model No 12 J
M'CO M CK FOR
MM
National
i red Him
00: Sec
ond Suit to Be Filed,
IB. MORNING JOJRNAL SPCCIA1 1 IA5TD WINS
New York. net. :N. Vance ('. Mi
Cormick, chairman of the democratic i
national committee, was served late
today with a summons and complaint
in a second mil for libel brought j
against him by Jeremiah a. O'Leary,
dep
Jin
Met
Hie
of th
enden
1,000,
'orni ii
in Wl
heads of the
e. The action,
la based on a i
k is said to I
lapers on
a meiican
which is
lalement
ln
for Mr.
incut, il w'as asserted, was in con
on wiih charges by the demo
c national committee that a sec
igTreemenl was made between
ary and his associates ami Qharles
UghCS, republican presidential
by which .Mi. Unfiles made
; first sun agalnSt l he I
a' the democratic national I
was ba.se, i ou a statement
was said lo have made
i'laeary after till' latter'
tlegram 10 presidajit Wll-
g Ins administration. The
iplied, in substagce, to
would "feci1 deeply
ary or anybody "like I
national committee
d installment" of
.i r. Hughes tl t be i
endenca conference. I
in be "confidential
commit reports, were made pub-,
lie ami were declari ,1 lo "reveal in de
tail the secret purposes, plans and
scope of the racial, political organisa
tion, promoted by Jeremiah A. O'Leary
and his associate propagandists."
TO TURN OVER $4i5,(
TO STATE TREASURER
:ilCIAL COMIISINOINCI TO MOANING JOUSg,,,
Santa Pe, Oct, 21. -The enorttHjaj
sum of 1416,000 will be turned ur
to the state treaaurer on December
by Land Commissioner R. P, Krvi-r.
to be distributed among ihe iiifferert
school and Institutional funds. Thu
represents the income for tho pa..t
month from leases and sales ot MM
landa ami is far beyond tin- fonlcsj
dreams of those who secured forth
Btate the land grants in tlie eiiahlint
act, and preVlOIIS ti. that in the rr.
gUSSon act. Already the lands of tin
state, under efficient manageniMi
are worth 150,000,000, tin inconis
from w hich helps to lighten the t
burden and to provide school anda-l
stltutlonal facilities;
The land grant of the Btate usttw. j
sit- now amounts lo an endotMJ
of more than a million dollar! and
the income from it, added to t he rpr-
ular appropriations, now ives that
Institution something like i oo.titu, 1
annually, while the state Collegt aJ
Agriculture has an mconie Hum va
rious sources anion!:' in in a bout
1160.000 annuallv and will suon rntrh
the $".MHi.0i!) mark. At the same tin.
the tuiblie schools have a land en
dowment that even tiul.'iv is worth
S2o.onn.nnn in cold cash and .:.
soon amount to twice us muih.
For Throat and Lungi
STUBBORN COUGHS AND COLM
ECKMAN'S
ALTERATIVE
Sold by .Ml Leadini: DruggMl
BigG
(Jonorrliira ncl
reitcvi'U in 1 lusdtjl
IllbC (r I- III'!: liullOMa
unu enaci iva in tsa
! I ' 1 1 Ili-nll- ... .::.
nuinui k. net n re. rrsvaats cvctaojt.
HOI. II II Y Pill (.(.ISIS
rarcpi rati! desired- Pries Ji,or;i bottlaai
ere pared bv
rue evans chemical co.. Cincinnati
FAYW00D
SPRIN
LBi.iUTcTiTiijH m
For Rheumatism, Stomach Troti
hies, Kidney Ailments, Inflamma
tions, Arterial Hardening, Loco
motor Ataxia Nervous lircaklnf,
etc Perfect Treatment, lVrfect
Climate, Health, Pleasure. 1-arfr
Modern Hotel. Booklet. Round
trip to Fnywood from AlbUQVa
, lit. 70,
T. C. M'DERMOTT
N. M.
I'itywooil,
Albuquerque Foundry and
Machine Works
Engineer Wmnderi Machlniai
astiiiKs in Iron. Brass. Hioiize, AIu'
innm. Electric Motors, nil KtiKin
Pumps and Irrigation.
Works and Office Albuquerael
'HE MBTBRg en., me
General Dlatributera
Albagiiefajaei n. m.
i
COMPANY
TWO CORN SENSATIONS
STRIKE PEORIA, ILL,
lav hhimins iDtiiNti apaciAX. Laasso wiaai
Peoria. 111. Oct. 24. Two sensa
tions stiuck the hoard of trade here
today. The flral was Illinois corn
Belling for $1 per bushel, ami the
second that a larite shlpmen if Ar
gentine corn was en route to a lo al
commission house,
Tha first shipment of Argentine
emn is , x pet t I'd In arrive her.' tomor
row morning and wail be offered la
Competition with main grown in Illi
nois. It is claimed that Argajttine
corn has nit advantage over Illinois
corn for the fust four months after
harvest, because of Its hn k 0'' loist
Bre. Illinois corn shows 23 tier cent
moisture up to that time, arheregft Ar
gentine corn shows but 11 per bent.
The difference amounts to to OCMS a
bushel tor manufacturing purposes in
favor of ihe Imported com.
It Is understood Ihe imported Com
will be used by local 'i io ems w iich
lime larite contracts for the manu
facture of alcohol for the allien. ,o-
al distillers have been the heaviest
buyers m tills market for the phst
-i vera! mocitha
I'si'ls IT ELEVEN YEARS,
There In one remedy that for many
years has Riven relief from OOUgbS,
colds, i roup and whooping cough, it
Is probably the best known family
coiikth medicine in the world and be
cause It contains no opiates is Strong
ly recommended for children as well I
as adults. Mrs. Onus. Hietz, Allen I
Mills, Pa., writes: "I have used Pol-'
ey'a Honey and Tar for eleven years!
and I would not be without It." It I
promptly relieves hoarseness, tickling
throat, bronchial coughs, Inflamed
and congested membranes nnd per-1
mits refreshing sleep. Sold every-j
where.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
W. TIIK 1MMICMI IIIiAMi.
LaaJIcal A.U J..ur l)r,.(rk:,i ., .
C lil-cl, -t.r a Dim ..fTlrun.iAX
Pills la II. it :i 1 l.olil , . . . ?)
sa, -r., I ::, Bltaa Rl bos, NT
i Bte. no atkar Ilui f im V
Ii, ukui . i i r( I, l.i IfES-TEKa
DIXSOND IIKANU l it is fSfti
nanknotmaal t, ilastAlwaRsiu3S
r SOLD BV DRIHGISTS EVcrvYfcVHLKE
THE WM. FARR
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
EREgH AND S.M.T Ml VIS
saiusiiea. a Soecialtv
For Cnttle nnc! Hol's the Hulinl
Market Prices Are i'litd.
LEATHER
liar uens.
AND FINDING
Knalillca Ieoe PaUntS,
Paints. Etc
TH0S. F. KELEHEA
rnoNE 4to. 4 ns w. CENT
Alhuqucraue
DUKE CIT
Cleaners-Hatters
! 220 West Qold
Phone 44
OobQO
Every Niqht
For, Constipation
Hedddclke,Indigestioii,ctc,
RRANORETH
pills;
Safe and Sure
Hoot-
LUMBER
Paints, oils. QUm, Maltbohl
hK and I'.mlilm- Puiu-r
J. C BALDRIUGE LuMBi
COMPANY
I Hudson for Signs
Wall Paper
HUDSON far Pictun
Fnrnti
fourth St. and Copper Af-
. . aa
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TTTTrTTTTTrrrWI
I ifcuoif mt iiuuueu-jjiuenwater Macnwtj
LUMBER
Glass-Paint
Cement-Plaster
Albuquerque Lumber Company
4i NORTH 1 MUST STtaT-TT
mini; in nil.
PI i THE (.llil
MtittT. M ( I HI
I K(M
(t It
I III I
III K I I -
- vr im io si i mi
lil l M ITtrON'b tSTOHK.
M l Ii i i ,
Fuel li.irtl nml ft isal. nile.
kfasdlbsc, nrweaod tin- lea of nil
kinds. Plume Ul. Ilrtliu ' I Co.

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