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Albuquerque Morning Journal c Friday, October 27, 1916.
Four BEG CROWD OUT Let Us Supply Your Sporting Goods You will find th.it we ut jnvt as cut In i si. i -.lie gbout good i port anil ibout IB ilting pinls as you arc. Our fust aim is to pi l MC and satisfy rvi i v spin tsm.in vhffi - itiWsup ply the Ik st tll.it i .ill lc had at a Riven pnct in iportm ponds of ill kinds, including puns and ammunition In RfnAUIUfiofl, fur inttanir, ire ' i n civc SOU uliot, un ulirlli nf tl ic . r i us iiukr loaum wun well known Infallible wntttlwi I'. mitt. It nrvrr Kiiei luik on a nun. I lul'i why WI icll it. Cdinr in tome djy aid l x k around. If you like t lie looal of iIiiiik ome Igain. Yon will. 0. A. Matson & Co. JIM. ,-( ( I llll.ll TO HEAR OTERO had made for good government! Of the rMIOVal bv Hi'- pi cldint of judge h. s. Bekoi sad of tin- de plorable condition county rooords III IliiH roil III y ill Ihe tlllll' tie, the hllll III U01 RECORDS Official Aci Told in Tcirifoiial ank A.Hllb Bursum Arc by Former Governor, H. 0, fill llll II mm atlng in Bernalillo i iiir Woodro Central avenue in ... -m to vat no i , ad 1 'if official Prank a iiiiir for It era tic patgn bald ' I wvi i itero ( anthualaatlc di mo in tin' oraaeni cam- oiiiiiy mi tnai Mlaon ' lull "'I lasi night, at nna w t,A racorda of Hubbell, republlcafl canal" United Btatee aanatoi front gov i i nor VeStlgatU ( lontrasttng A. .Ionic, tli" emtio i .null made 1 145. Ki link lattai ii personal in Hubbell and A. belt a ' be demo- Hi in MnirH eenate, Qgvernor Otero oa glared timt if be eould got Hubbell and Jonan U)th en the same platform be would in silling to lei the votem i hoowe between thcin without ;i word. benvtng hla dlecueelon regarding Hubbell, Governor Otero pre !' to overhaul II Attain quoting i peaker traced tin- time he fir bar or the We dow n to III irc govei norehip, connection with O, Bursuls's record, riom the record, the Bureum'i hletory from t appeared aa i mam w Meat ce letllalatura, enl candidacy tor the Mi' recited Buraunt'i iiir Hawklna bill and tlV Mealc state. The peopb by I i itero llnctlj hall, houn C, de ii it lllllHIIIII, governor i epubll' ot the governor cloaod with .i itronl club loom A II I j I aaa tanned with hl rolct was worn long cant paten tour, Governor managed 1,1 make hlnaelf ii underetood throughout lh" iiih i peach iiiHtrd nearly lw and win- Interpreted bi Man oa Bacai u prograaatva rapubllcan Sandoval county, Time and again wiih iTiinriiiiii by en- l ili'd I'll m I adlng ri with other leglalatlon, winding up referring to Bureun'i raoacd as i layer of predatory ivtld animals gnd m Viuenj nlnlinal bounty war I a n In. Th ppeei ticket dldate fo aid thai vol), roi W'oodro.v Wilson bcr 7. level nor until aftei BIG REVOLT IN SID, SID DEATH DF CHICKS SENDS SAN MIGUEL G.D.P. L FROM HI E Fearing Strict Acc for Fowl Lives ir She Runs Away, Policeman. Duntability Her Care She Tells 1 1 t. yean old, who bone, twent) i,i her atory to nt police head - for nippoi t of II eulogising B, C, 1 ' 1 1 raonallv ilamccratli Baca, can rnor iter Hi eaat hi? on Nov cm- i itero in lii-lil his mora 1 1 ma Eddy 1 1)11 II o he wa count i i rowd link wiiiioui losing or i wo mi ii enuring t he peaking, Ho ii f( foi nt 10 .in pee k i" ti Issue the n-i bllcan A I Hi Orrmana unite Cruel TrraUtaent. Berlin, hot. II ( vta i,on,ion.i The Austro Hungarian foreign office has publlehed i red booh dealing with 111 , urn wiiu ii are leaned violation! or International laws and declared to have been committed by countries al w;n wuii Austrls -Hungary, gggnggBgggggggggMggrgff i algBgl Tin mi Rita ro . inc. I Ii mi IMatvlbtataea 1 llHii,r,iir, ' l K .;'.... .,:.: applauae aa he ri ordi or the iw i candidates, i ginning or his speech Qov- , rnor itero announoed that he would noi j;u outalde the r i In hie rt- marka regarding Hubbell and Bur mm, Quoting from lettera nnd cop ii H of official i hi peri he told a by h Hh KOM'lllol or llll- lliriioiv. o, u - moved rranh a Hubbell from office or treasurer and eofflolo no!" h , i,,r or thta county In llll "' kP- nted Juatn it. Aemlj tin Ike acmcy. PURE BUNCOME, SAYS TENER OF I'll Ink, ' I iok," Mild the upreme oourl mid . the iow i r ii 'i tiov .. , Mm PI urn in i emova u nramj i f-ot Kniiik Hubbell oul or ornoe, mid he him never been bach lace." Baaailng gVom l Wi writt i i tin i "The i not hav lno 11 t Ii III -I i t III JOHNSON'S KICK candidate on Ihe repi for attorne) general, last nlghl effarad m Charge! mad VVanh Hubbe inn it overnor avldenoa by Mr Clancy i had failed to rm Bernalillo ftntna l Ml mi the ipeakei ,1k to III l lll , now ticket ( ili-ro the that prop ounty o nn- toM or the pge achool funda otanl hletory, Hubball'a effi age or the fa-nous sehool auperln . . ...1....1 , Niiim- lerlalatlon, and , barged thai "Tank Hubbell, when i nchoot upei Intendenl In Ihla county I had collected nearly 11,000 In two for W bdOll district vlnllH. , ,l, i,i told ol llu- liti" IB Y MODNINU IOUIINAL iPICIA .', WIBi, Now Yoik, Oct, -ii lreeldenl John K. Toner of the National league, Ihkiii-,1 a statement here tonight, re piyhiR to n itatemenl credited to Pres ident B. ii. Johnson of the American league, In reference to the much-dls unseat MoGraw Incident lohnson i reported to have oritl ptaed the National league for what he considered It'a failure to rebuke John J, McQraw, managei or tin- Now York Giants, rm inn denouncement or his players In the game which won the Brooklyn National league pennant, "in regard to Prealdenl Johnaotv'i aecond reference to the McGraa in oldent," reads Proaldenl Tener's state ineiit, "It ih, lilu- Ihi' first, purr bun- i ombe. The National leagin dllng the McGraw affair In way and In a' proper way "Mctiraw'H action In leai uaurs Geuther ran away from In miles fron Gallup Bergeanl n. m Mil quarters i,,t niKht. glrf hadbflrflciil-Oh-OtlW to m-ii chlckena andAplgi The fowla were In thi cratiPwIth Ihi plga Thbi was i lad arrangemeni for the chlck ena ami Laura, too for the piK be cane tired of standing ami laid down without looking to .si i- where. Several chickens were flattened under i in ir weight. They urn quite dgfed when llu pins go) up. Thai wasn't all that happened to Laura The wagon, car rying the crate, broke down, too, it was a tragedy u Laura. Bhe feared, to go homo, thinking she would In- held In a strict a , ountalnlily. She decided to run away, so aha sent a note home, telling hi r mother i hat sin- was having. glrst, however, she communicated with Arthur Higgle II yean old. who lived al her home. Ar thur rati away with her! The two left Gallup yesterday on Hants I'V train No. v The train con ductor learned thai then were runa ways ami turned them over to Sta tion master J. N .Draper when No. reached Albuquorqui The station master turned them over to the police who in turn placed them under the care of L. K. Herd, aei irlary of Civic Battermeat league Mr i si ni them to the league's col Third street and Mountain road, tin- night. SPLIT CERTAIN HUGHES EXPECTS TO BE ELECTED; BIG AUDIENCE OF B0ST0NIANS . I I rolil l'Hr TWO.I mtnlat ration bend to pari Inn apedlency. Wants Vhlr W are living st is necesnry ror thr inl its. If that it may take its propel i ablnct. a tine when II United States to 'Marcarito Romero Will Sup port Democratic Ticket and . Fight Secundino and His to the Bitte Gan .. t . . ... End, $ -s. a Oct thr thr Lead any. ror CASES TO BE TRIED Us ban-own th BEFORE COURT SET BY JUDGE RAYN0LDS Judge Reynolds yesterday se for trial caaea in which jurlee have been Waived and appralrd ihsi. Thr sit tings run fron today tint ii November l'Ja."t Las Vrga.s, V L't;. i 'iinfi'ri'i's, representing democratic and Independent re publican conventlone, shortly bo Tore mldnlgHI tTuiUlit relcTieSJ an agreement which will erm-t the fusion of those two parties in San Miguel county. Thr Hoke! of Ho. two conven tionsthe democratic ami Inde pendent lepiihliean will he filed under the democratic na tional and state tickets, accord ing to the agreement. The agreenenl provided that the democrats should nominate can didates for district attorney, sen ator from the San Mlguet-Guad-alupe and Ban Miguel-Mora dis tricts, representative from the San M iglicl-i luadalUpe and Snn Miguel disl riils, and County commissioner from the Third dis trict. Tim Independent republi cans will name thr other candi dates. following the agreement of tin- Bonferoes the convention! were expected t begin nominat ing candidates for tin- positions allotted to then bj the confer ence, The demon-ills., it wassaid would probably nominate Stan ley Pouts, of Wagon Mound, for mer republican, for district attorney. .. .. - ., .......i.i place among the nations oi me no,.", the conditions wnicn win auwn end of this war. it cannot be Me we realise the vast in- of the public business, and elected, I propose that we under at the en lone unl portance if I am aw. ifMiaw cabinet that thi American cltl the executive to They exist prior They constitute trust which lh faithful!) rmriii. it la shall have the ablest country can supply. Thi privileges of lenahip are not for grant or withhold, lo inyone'l election, a pa i t of the sacred executive must a ret OgnltlOn of the, rights of citizens thai WO rightfully expect from our it Is not a matter of mere discre tion. Tlic manner may he largely a matter of mere discretion, hut the rights of American citizens on land j l h respect to lives ami j nd comeroe, arc enti usted j "No! I Said Calumet!' T ? S is- ? ? (Hi d di Thej 0,111 nnon ri.4i. harh. 1,410, 1,430, h v I'll I S Govt rnor Hint the citizens of llcrnal Bounty I not conatituti IntOglit) ol Ho- game, and disavows any such Intention. ' I f Johnson wants lo ra 11 a n follow IVIday. Martin it al. City ve City vs. sat urdai . OHober : I Wald N M. La rence M li hel- aa T. Jenklna .1 1!t 1 1 1 n,j , pi on or. Mai,' ,,f Ni-W ..r Ka Haxli 111 I Hliil, ' Mi all ... .. n ia kareb) 1 1 1 Ilflad, for reeord In Ibe sttK Mfi " Mill" . I'.Miri.iii, i r . in. i iin i 'nrporatlon ,'f nium Hlille "f N'rw II, in v 11. 1 M I -Iin l ' Toial aumbi r A 1 1'IHI IH I U'l' 'I lll.lt I.I llll pt .rallen tV trim tail M. n llu- fuul 1910, i,l ti i II in . I iimi Truat dtnpan full Ullitrr III" las it,'! e poratlaa m"U balas itM iim ,f I Anantattd, tlodlfleatti vtdaatai Slaaoiai ka 1 , n Sul" "inplh'it NtTW THBRKfOm llu,, (leaualMl '" --r thai llu- . ' i on. ut" haa i i . i o 1 1 , ,i by in . t in- miiil i.. Haaab "ii II,. I" .l fill ih.- SteM Coi HI i ( Ni tli- ii, a of N' Meslai .in,, ni in wrlltsg thai gtaaalvad i hhi iiu atief44 that u al lit i Hon III N"w M l n i i Vitnrati i wnitri RUtUtX it I., tin in, 1 1 II vi IHreeturi iBtenci n Hi,, fiiliur with ttfliUvli ahowiai i publlihaa aa i e i Ulan ahall al i H alias in Board null,". f,.r th nr! hii.iii larva thi ilrai n i ma eerporetiol 8. Dlrootnri ahall ir, amend and inn. lit "I" llll- a Buare iiiillm of hava poa -repeal n i" Pi -in,, in) wi f Hi,' iin "ii" nil " li"i,'ioit" "l lli.-lr Immlli unit ar.ili ' i iin, iin- .'lit day "f Oatobar, itmi A il SIIORTLda, I. S PBTBIia, HBNR1 ii WE! Hit I NO laaarporalof , ke..wlriluilirlil trouble, he need nol for an oppoi t Unity 1 1 made by one of tl agalnsl the umplr league," looU any further a n i he itatemenl chili owners s iii his own t City City ,i. i tl. vs. NlCOdemUa 1 'havez. s. Melquladea Chaves, Bflutflebarger vs. C, olking larah J. Monday, tkdobor SO (lallup, SPORTSMEN WANT GAME WARDENSHIP OUT OF POLITICS 4 in. i tucero v Garcia Tuesday, Otnaihe I, I :.. II. I'.. Kay s. aca. 10.415. A. A. Sedlllo :it. .llll I limn M. unl i inl . i, 'I I lull l" an I ki'oii. iheMHif himI upea anum I,, .1, i. tii.1,1,, i yerra Haggar4t hi: KI, in iMtinmar wharaof i f. I. n Hull na in,- prraon 1 1 it,", I in Inetrum i bad ,-x, ii,i ii.iii in I I. ,1' I". ,11 ;' ni I sal no I" r saate 1 Ootnbar, a M I i kiiw in r el I hi .11 i." if ft sad 1 1 UMI inn iv r.s co xnt) i ik in I by .r Hid i iin. i nil da) kIm and ii ni,' "t. i I ii H.I I .11 III rnallllu i i -. tii i i n iliik Hi" IIH i in,, tin aadaf' , tDpearad a Kanri U Wah i to i iin- pel lawtutad thi in knoa ladsad Mini" in, til, -I'' tin, " hereunto Seat, on ttii". mi l dai there SIMMS County, New pirn i nun it "t 1 1 ii I. ..I. i f Am, Hlnl" it Ni Oaatparadi J llll ! PI! itnrlutn i''ul in i '"iiintiNHiiiii CllWLN I Mill ,i H to g r c ititi Nlllll" 1 Willi III" 1 1 i " ari "n r t lie stair .' 1 in, a pen ni,,,, of iii- Mbaaaae . geaaSoHoM i ,i ,,i .... i imfia a : I- ' 1 1. M. I la a Mi M. if Am. 1 1. .1. Corporal! Cirtlfli ii" Hiaii- ,'f Nan in i Hi, i , i un, hi, Mtp.1 l Mt s SM i unl, in ihiii" apo ifi efftea the in Taailmon) rartUltd that tka aasised ini,i . mpliti tranaerlpi ef ,.r sieckholdara' Nos-tda-iquiraoi laaatortuia I N" endoravmatita i haeaaa, a n in.- mill i.f record in 1 1 stair Corporation Con-tula i i n i 1 1 a i a i -i i ii i i a ha eaaaad no- I In ill, I'liHltm.oi untntiaeioa ta i- i llu Still i till call ii.ir , mi . I- Ilk" al of laltl Heats t" n. UM, Wi i un ti' A. JWRN Chali man. ieta 1 p. r lea- ,:,! .1 .111 dl . tiai V COARD, iiiilt al Nan I I ilillllt nf Him kli ttii!,lii nitir Saa 111 bjw I ' I I. Ill, nk imu-mI in in, abovi aamed a n IMOnTUB, 1. s PBTKR! tl KN Ii V n WBHKJNtl , ki, i laenaaal tn'fnri mr thr onitrl naaUa ,-atiie A 0, m l IP un il Wei knee n ta i" Uta i-r- The Albuquerque Game Protective aaauclatlon haa Indorsed the move- ni.iii atartad hv Ihe New Mexico Oami 1'". ,),.,. I H ., iissmi'IiiI Ion for lllilliillU the I game wardenahlp non-political, Thr (local association adopted the follow-! ing reaoluUon: "Whereas, this aaaootatlon is devot ing the lime and money Of ils 1 40 membera to the enforcement or un . . i ... i. game lawi ami eaucauuu m im puu iic toward ihe preaervatlon of out game supply, and "Inasmuch as these aame menbfrs me ai the mma time paying the state, In annual licenses lo accomplish thej same purpose, and 'Whereas, Ihcsc moneys can mil ho used cite lively unless the stale gamel depurtmeni is operated on an enici- in V hasls, and "Whereas, it has been demonetrat- nl Hun and again, nol oiilv in New Mexico, Ian in every other slate Hi iin. union, thai political appolnteeedo nol make efficient game wardens, for the reason thai there are no political laeuea Involved In game protection, "Therefore, be il irsolvcd. thai this' aasoctatton unanlmouelj endoraea and approves Ihe pi oposit ion siihmilted hv iin New Mexico Game Protective us toclaUon to the candldatee tor gov ernor, providing for the election or tin next game warden on tin sole and divorcing Ihe of polttlce, and "He II resolved, that we lliusl em- phatlcall) urge both oandldataa for governor to no-operate with the or ganised sportsmen or the stale by agreeing to and ratifying the aforesaid proposition in into." JUAN B.LARRAZ0L0 WILL STUMP COUNTY FOR THE DEMOCRATS 10, nils. 10, etlnonda) . November III, I. una 1 1. t Hero Co. Hey IUiIchIo vs. Sor- 10,47 10,17 grass. ! r.N. K T Thursdaj W. E. V. E Chase vs. I.. Mazon. , November S. Kill vs. licit Btroope. Keii vs T, R. Snod- 1 0,50 I . Romero, 10.47X. I, callow . friday, November :i. Suburban Realty shei irr. Ii K. II. Sellers vs. II Katurttay, November i ... Welnman-Iiowlson o. vs. iv Mi rick. GOV mud HEARD BY BIG laiaCIAL oiihatch to moinino joubnali EUt Las Vl'Kli", N Mm OCl II. The most important development in the political situation which has taken place in New Mexico for some days, and which may have a very important effect on Ihe result not only In this county, inn in the state, was the Insur rection which oeourrd in the ranks of ihe San Miguel county republican or ganisation today. , The democrats of the county met in convention today, with between 300 and 100 delegates present. The in- dependent republicans, with 110 dele-, gates, met In the dining room of the PlaSa hotel. Tin Independenl republicans dc-i clared war on Ihe old guard, with llargarlto Romero leadipg the insur-j rectlon, The democrats negotiated during the day with the Independents, Willi the result thai al I a o'clock to-l night there was a Joint session of the! delegates lo Ihe democrat ic conven tion ami independent lepiihliean con vention. The joint convention was belli in Ihe I'lazn hotel. More than :ino democrats marched to the con vention place in a body, and within a few momenta the two organizations hegan the work of nominal ing a fusion ticket. News of the Joint convention spread rapidly ami threw conotematlon lnl the ranks of the ;. o, P. organisation. The leaders of ihe regular republican organisation are not slow to admit that the split is a serious one, and dial a combination ticket will in elect ed unless heroic measures are taken. It was announced in the convention tonight that Apelonlo Sena would Join the insurrection tomorrow. and aea orooerty to Ihe care and keeping of the admin istration and it is its sacred duty tO j maintain them. Vnmzttl it Statement. "I ve wed with considerable amase- menl the suggestion that was made the I other day by the leading apologist for, il,," admlniatratlon. that there was noi imiv a departure from our lime 1, ,.,,,,",., i nol lev with real t lo full protection of our citizens, hut that 11 was a departure which might he re garded With approval. ' When our opponents sought office, they BUggeated no such departure. I w lu'ii the) naked votes from American people they suggested niJj such rellnqulahment of rights. Before j election, our Americana wen aaxeo I,, go lo all parts of the world, serv-Ina- humanltv. After election, they .Hi- told after their private interests,! and I suppose life is a private in tercet do not concern the govern- . mint; and the flag of their country seems siniplv an invitation to come back as quick as possible." Mum nii" Worklngmcn, Another reaped in which Mr j Hughes announced his intentions if! elected was with reference to the pro- j teCtlVC tariff. He reiterated his views an. i declared that sound economic is he enacted, "if w worktngmen from Hi- assailed the the principle, said render to force,' i declaration that h nu ll a tariff along lUea, would have to i are to save our catastrophe." Adamaon law, and ii embodied a "aur- and repealed his ' stood for a "si rict scrutiny of business organisation oj tin government, "which at the time would he left free to encourage le gitimate and wholesome buatneai en- pollcy. It suspicion and 1 ment a brake t male Industrial No Servant "Bui I' do no itratlon holds a contrary has Viewed enterprise with nil has made the govem- kc in the wheela of legltl triai enterprise," i avoretl I c. ni to be president H CALUMET I P X Baking Powder il Cheapand bifican Baking Howdersilnnot save you money. Calumet docs It'lPcj and far superior to sour milk and sxk so that a few privileged persons may grow rich," he declared. "I-do got want to be president of a country which aims ils policies to promote tho welfare of a limited few. I Want to see tin great plain people of thi' Country prosperous." Mr. Hughes was welcomed on his arrival here by a crowd at the sta tion, and by si reet crowds on the way to his hotel. early tomorrow for paign in New fork Mr. Hughes' spei will leave Huston B t vv o days' cum stat,. eh here tonight ' -III Ol'lill III I't III II x I Mil I H YURKE CLOVIS CROWD basis of n, e froi fltnei i par in. in B Larraaola, on or I Larrasolo, tor yean prominent In tanks who i of the democrat ic republican spend several davs in Count) dUring thr coining llvei ing apei ehee In Young Larraaoln A the party, but party, win Bernalillo week, dc- every precinct, Is a chip of the Although the bp Was Advertised Day, tl ecutive State's g Date Only One Chief Ex- Was Well Received a old block when git conies lo a politi cal campaign. He is an eiliseelin haul hilling fighter for the drmo CrfatS and has made mnay converts to the parl.v lnee he began his slur Inn, iking loins some weeks ago. Bapectall) Well informed on the Mexican aituatlon, because or first WniU CO....POHO.-CI TO -O.H.H. joo.n.u ClovlS, N. M.i net. 2li. Notwith standing the tan tht Governor Mo Donald's . peaking dute here WIS 1 vertlaed onlj one das before, quite a crowd was al Ihe Klks' atldiloruiin to listen lo the chief executive of Ihe state. Before the governor spoke, the OOUnt) chairman. CUh Homey, introduced Hon. AtvtO U White, state superintendent of public in struction, who spoke in compliment ary terme of the several candidates for stale office on the democratic ticket. He paid a tribute to Hon. K. C. de BaCa, candidate for governoi, which brought applause from the au dience, showing that the candidate's popularity in this section conies up fully to that of other democratic nominees. Governor McDonald was given close attention as he rev iewed issues In the campaign. He spoke not particu larly for his own candidacy but for the other nominees on the ticket. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE. Socorro. X M.i Oct. II. That thej republicans of Socorro county are far! from being hartnOniOUa was indicated I today when the republicans met In! county convention at io o'clock. The principal difficulty arose over the nominal ions rm- county offices. A comtnitlce of fifteen was named lo advise on nominations. At ii o'clock tonight the committee reported it could not reach an agreement. The convention was cleared of spectators and weiil Into executive session Willi only delegates present, li was hoped lo nominate a tiCkel by Ihe conven tion as a whole. POSITION OPEN FOR AERONAUTICAL AID INCIVIL SERVICE The United Slates civil service commission announces open compet itive examinations as follows: November 14 Grain sampler (male), $1,500 to Jl.fi.'O; assistant main (ampler (male), $1,200 to $1,(00. November '.' 1 Designing meclta'. ical engineer (male), $2,100; expert aeronautical aid (male), der diem, $13: assistant petroleum engineer (male), $i.soo to $:',r,oo. November !$ Assistant agrOStOlOg isi (male), II.IOO to $2,00; assistant in forest pathology, ji.loo to $1,110; observer and melerologtst (male), $1,111 to $i,sno. I'pon request further Information will be furnished by II K Kigali of the tores! Service, local secretary, or the district secretary. post office 1 uilding, Sa n Krancisi o. was the third of the day. The first was delivered at Hartford before an audience that crowded the largest available theater. Those who beard him Included workers in nearby mu nitions plants. Crowds at I'nit idem e. At Providence, the second slop, fi crowd at tin- station was awaiting his arrival and his way lo tin meeting ball was through street crowds thai gave him a noisy welcome. The hall filled to overflowing and Hie en trances were choked Willi those who could not get in. Students at Brftwn university, from which Mr. Hughes was graduated. Interrupted his spin Ii ai Intervals with college yells, each ending with a cheer for Hughes. fn his speech ai Providence, Mi. Haghes reiterated his stand for the maintenance of American rights and national preparedness. I, recalled, amid cheering, that he had "donned his helmet and shouldered his torch," in parade for Garfield and Arthur, thirty-six years ago when he was a student at Brown." FAYW00D HOT SPRINGS For Rheumatism, Stomach Trou ides, Kidney Aliments, I nf lam na tions, Arterial Hardening, law motor Ataxia Nervous llrrakiiK, etc. Perfect Treatment, Perfect Climate, Health, Pleasure. bar Modern Hotel. Booklet. Round trip lo Favwood from AU'Wiuer pie, 118.70. T. C. M'DERMOTT l'iiywmul, V M. duke cm Cleaners-Hatters I'bonf I 220 Wrsl (odd LUMBER DaJnaa rills nllM Maltholll I"'1' lug itiKl Building rm'" LUMBt" J. C. BALDRIUGE COMPANY COMPANY THE WM. FARR -.Wholesale and Retail DcslStl U FRESH AND BAMT MB" Sausage a Specialty For Cattle and Hoi-'s the R" Friers Are rmm Market STATE COLLEGE STRONG FOR LEATHER AND FINDINGS .lllL-l. K1! DFMOnRATIP. TIH k FT Harm-, satldl-s, Devoe iiFlflL COgSlirONDINCI TO MOININg OUMNi j THOSw F K E H suite College, un. $.-You, read tf5TBU ers win tie inieroetaa in the results of a straw vote of Ihe students and faculty of the New Mexico College of I Agriculture and Mechanic Aits taken I ins w. ces. Albunueruiic mi;, n arc fol- Wi in. 1J4: Ciiiili I p. Fl !., l .b'llara lb. la, ..rii. rai'.rn ami nasi i it- a f a bi i at A, 1 Sh'.rllf All gbaeaa u s Felesa aiiuiuviuui r aa '"h a VI IMl tl" M llll as offli Ken L i-. ,1 No. I :im aisoeei tea a SI kk l.l.-i I iioi.v 01 B Nll.l fl l inn )HN r simms leiuia cweaq I fdfaa .lanuarv 'JU I rvu Mt'i v Saaalerlvm, OftlW" ii uai.iiltv ntad in II. ,11 t'.'ltltlllaftmll f P iuMtli itrrk ,. Mexi.o, he devotes much his speeches to explanation Wil.-oii attitude toward chilli ni. in Prank Unit will the date for l.uiiaxolo's within a day or two. time in of the Mexico announce speeches vv .hi a huh gradr rfSBSSapof i,r ISM Ik tr k- '. uf Baevaatof Mui? n-, ut thr id llic auucuaL San i ,aUe : ; i takland l. Angles 0 . Vol non 3. Pram ism I; Portland 4. Ills tO s cddle Welsh. Ilghlweight champion of the world, was to have fought Eddie Con don of New Yirk here tonight, hut Condon failed to appear. A local fighter, who was substituted, proved, no match for W elsh, ,,nd the fight was slopped in th, fourth round. October 14, lews: President 34. F S. senator; Jones, 126 hell, 31. Congressman: Walton, lis; Her nandez. 3d. Governor: lie Baca, si; Buraum, There were lfin persons piesent and voting. Eighty-six of them voted straight tickets; seventy-fiiur voted split or partial tickets, Hughe; Hub fa iii rc:ic i nuason tor Wall Paper HUDSON for Pictun Fnmit Art. 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