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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Saturday. November 25, 1916.
Four .i'i: ! ! t, Kvcn tiling; in 1 1 it' I"' 1 (iood VEGETABLES Line CiM'fll l.dliuc. 1 ( )r. l'rnil. ( il (. ! I .Ilil.L IV. m-, C.m!iil"H cr, I Irit'l .;iiui!i: FRUITS 1 1 -n: Cll SPECIALS ( .tui.rv C.riitlein.iii Sn'.:.'i:' C -ni. Sliced (.';i!ii'..iti!;i I ;i. ! - i.i.-!- i s. 'in r.i i Tn!ii.,t. o-. -V Drinni- S-1..I I '...I; T..ii.. ., littv Tin m l.v l iit- c. T I " Y t ; i 1 L'I . . . U ill l:.- . 1W .-. : I K..T. an.l I ( rent! An:;. iL'lit BAKERY DEPARTMENT I'll!!-,- I In v, ,i,,:r- !'..'. il-L NuiV.lIK', W I l 'i .i l, i .in I '.if and I 'i r,i:i I ,: i 1 ami I.irk lTu't Cake-. MEAT DEPARTMENT t ha. mrv Tim ( ):ir -.In ( t Ml Tin ! .' , i..r i',m.' Tnik. li.iiT I'...K, V.;,l. 'M-nt- au.l I I m . awl unlav an. , wnr "I' W. L HAWKINS U'lnir I 'lift 1 I h h'i III. (Jthtlily h'ihl tuid Snrii r Kiyjil - --Phones 521 lCW-lll North Second Street. s REACH SEASON'S BIG IE TITLE FOOTBALL WILL i POSSESSION OF MENAUL PLAYS HIGHS TO A TIE ! CLIMAX it v aid Will Meet Yale a Haven While and Annapolis Polo Grounds, West Point Battle at .KV MCMiNU JOUffNAl PfCIAL LIACCO WUfl X-vv Vol k. Nov. 1M. Tin- 1 1 1 ii .i X of Ilic oast'io t' I 'it H season v.lll bo na.heil toirn i i n w a I lei noon, with llir i.I.mik "f Hi'- Han in d-Yale, iiny- N'.ua' and seet.il oilier muli'sls nf i h MM-r general iiiti rest. TO BE DECIDED Only Tied Score Can Prevent Clear-cut Decision; North western and Ohio State Contenders, M..i t'lstl III Ml 1 1 L" L! it iMill clash till V il t.l..s i It v . II' It .!,it" ii I ti n. I I.-..V.- th. .-ii a .a il'IW. adel (it t , , .IIIHI ., r.ii- tin- i w II:, veil, lilt:.!." .Will til.' I lllll II :i im I I'oU. its 1l,l (- 1-I-I II Ilaivaid-Yale while close to W H I'v'SS . Ihe i St, it is Mill- i Xnvnl .ii'iiili-Mi.v g l m i 1 1 1 s til ibis I I In en possible to ii i com mo il! ,iiln'.i uti. fur In hols, I In- hi lire :it tins.' two games Wollid approached clou- to "HII.'iOu. Tin' call' receipts will i'X im a hi i"it I. g., in,' heen its it I expeo will lif closer :i ml ih. in si ii 1 1 1. 1 C gaillCS fi'Cil t:iir,ion. In- i is -x i f 1 1 1 1 1 ; 1 1 1 ' tt'll fill I) struggle more spectacular in the h.st few .1 the v c:i i s. 'I h is Is pit i t icitlii i l v I t o meeting of the two university teams ,,t .New lliiven. Yale will sciul 11 gainst III. Clilnsell the best cnlnhinutioll I ll.lt has l-j i ls Il t i I the llhle ill leeellt sessions ill the ftlsl.test of the Tail .lolle.s' coat hillg sv.stein ;ih opposed to Hie methods nf fooll.all tnilioli ndvn l aleil by Percy I I.I Hi' hi oli. Il' the llalv'lilil eleven was com- FOOTCALL RESULTS II. lot. lev, i II. I hive, ,1, 'I ' I SI ,1. Il i.lli.l Stall la Ivil , ' .111, IT WOULD BE STRIKE AGAINST THE GAME, SAYS JOHN TENER pose VI ill' a or . the iiiin: the voter: t 'i imsiiii favorite. Il Inateli; woiihi he 1 1 1 1 limn: An.. I 1 1 i oi I. 1 1 it ui.i I "..i.-.as .a . a itt ffn 'V. .'I I'I. 'Miii.ilil the lee la sv m lieell C I . I i u machine : hot of the I. ciect! I'll to Ii ! lill'l tin lit) some of the si rent-Ill of last il, however, Hi; i .lion lo liiant cii- ,1 of last an over ti 1 on has ( : 1 1 1 I itlKi inn ts are si.imiii. It il llaiv.iri ail, ilei ci llllHU', the hull, lliil if 1 same Jmvver lls .-IreiiKlh f s v. il h w hieh JuilL'tnelil iiscil Hie Mil I liln, Ohr l-Mhti I'ltV, . I ihiee.'in Him Im hit. . v - I Mimsle atih.'iineeil Ion I In' tu ht Thni-. lay, south a ll.l.l, hi t W i i n ci ill"l,il ill loll, i a ml l'i a in i.-,. o i lla s mi ii. If,' .h nl .1 let. rin siiitef In t ii.na lis! s til i v en of I' will I ; il. il ,. ..I mat i c r . ml Villn IV I'. VIII., fie. I I w ' coll; ! Il ITH VVI III!'.' in Tile lei I'I M i itv Mi't'fN i; sd.mi: ( I. SH. (let ymir illminii'i. tho hetif, nt Uh.i'!'b B i'Mlery, IOIt-111 u c.-.t fni i" r. the II. Il al Hie ei v can III l'i Ihe National La:, i; sin il In I " to. 1. 1 V I h i cat maile l.v l'i "if Ihe flalelllilV. "I i a n mil e. .ne. I.lir our i . I a v . is . in:- In tl" i;' lh.il a I I I Via I laa ! I I a 1 1 1 - . . I I ' l.elvV'lll II i I .'iioi Ihe minor ia". hall e a si o II I I l is of has .hn K. In a s a ie -i. If nt lv lo 1 M ', lav el s' e, nol hnl il -. of till I si i live I I'llll'. Ihe, aon, leill relit I i. ill III i . e I hnl vi ; i-- inv I'lav of niii: all. n ih t il lis' l'i s. A .f Ihi- w I eh. K. of StOIIIIH II Tl-llllMl'H, '!Vy"!'.u velio have slom.uh Ironhh n. I lo heeome tl a . t o 1 1 a r . .1 . Tlay I see hv the followlnu that thel: in t 4 of reeovetv are t x. elh hi. A U ilhams, I ii i le o i 1 1 1 t u. c. a, loll." a e In II I lv a h e line that Was tlf.it , hi, I Iht I . l'i. i I 11 j no i Ih. I, 11, vvoul ,l,e ,l I V ' ' I ' . 1 1 1 n I . I v I to, l. hav H Tin inn. h ii. l'i s I S t , ho lla I I. ,11 I I i-tl lii that vii inil v. inie of h i i nil tenors was si, hiolly alfhcl'.l will '.Ionia, h trollhle that lie u:,H sent to -II la.' ,l ll, hilt ret t I'.e.l hllle hi nefit ,-iotl came homo (,, tile. Mr. V i 1 1 la ins j snci. e-le.1 that he 11 v I ha ht he! la ii i s I ,Tal it is vv hi, h h.. tli.l, ami to. lay ho ! Is i wi ll man urn! wi ii'Iim 7!i j . ! 1 1 n 1 h . Ma uiiiii Lie -v ci y w In I e. I ill I hat. .1 Ji..i. I Wl I lav sioii il.' (hie, il'.va' that i ml clnh has in vv II I Ho si i i n nipt Shell II Hie .) I. I II I I l ike il I hat o hear as.s . , eoiihl easilv r th. ir tiams, ere idle. , hi i n ncconi- I a. Ivan. . ei.lhe I hi iii:ll ii. Mr. J.'iiltr v ., V Icin heen i fa i ther than pnlt s ,et Ween i, Ihe i ointnis il imvnh! tn e S I the phi VCt S Ike hi" :tll"0 111' inor lo.ij.;uo Is- Will show the smootimev live a t t.n k so un cessf ul pasl few veins hot it Is Ihe , hven will have the fill offense a ll, ih lelise v. ill he in I he smool hnef j Hit' I, am phi v s a ml I h j I y the fn hl captain. I Soinewliat similar conililions pre ! vinl on the eve of the Ai inv -Nav v i C.mne. The West l'oim team I'lin- tains several veterans, who have cs- tahlisho.l iepnlatmnsnsnrlilir.il slat's. j 'I he sohliers' ohl hllt'kflehl. Willi Hl- j pliant ami 'i.h l playint;, coiita ins t wo of the miisl fimsheil alhroiitiil offen .. '.vc mtiiiml Kamers in the contilry. I The lino Is one of unusual strenmli I ami nhililv. If there is any wealiiicss 'it will he fonml in Ilic ciiiIh anil pos jsthlv on (he cutis. Navy, on the olhe; j haml is oompaiahly a in-vv factor. 'V MnRNlNO JOURNAL tPtriAL L I " i WlRIl t 'hieaiio, Nov. 24 - Western . onfer i ma. foothall will ciitl for I ' 1 'i tomor row n ml only a tieil si tit, t an prevent a i h ar-ent th'ilsii'n as to the eliain- I ion-hip. The title will he seltlc.l at i ' t . 1 1 1 1 1 1 h 1 1 s , iihln. win ii- (ihlo State ami Northwestern, the ..nlv iimhfe.it ctl I'levens in the oriia nial i. m, tneel. The anti-eliinaxes will oeciir at t'lii I'liK.i anil Mmlisoti, viler,- the anntial Minnesotii-Chicuvjo ami 1 llinois-Wifl-onnsill contests will he slat'eil. The oilier mcmhor.s of the confer ence will flitl the season with "minlye" contests, Imliana ami I'nr .hie will eliish lit ,a Favctle in u Kame to settle whatever is hit of the linns-' ier state (ham pionshi p. With Not re j liami' (list itriloii, Indiana w ill take oil ( IN THIRD GAME Schools Stand 'fifty-fifty'1 in Season's Record, Each team Hain,si Won One Battle Previously, The )i it'll scln split 'Tlfty-fiftv' j hall record. The t I at Hopewell field j eat h oi yanization i came previously. Iterday's contest p jto 13. J The liieh s, hool I Ihe fourth period let imiH entile I rnni up. aiarohl liarloli, stand for clean polities. Fear that the tint will in- passed mod not keep any democrat away from the meeting, said the colonel. No one will he asked for money, as all Ihc t 1 u I, hills have In en paid. Tim , luh w ill meet at X o niiihl al the city hall. The wall he open not only to i luh hut also to all tl.-mot nils. CALL FOR BIDS eloek to 111. I'I illi,' metiihcrs .New t.ar,, Ue-I Virginia lias Itrihery Sciinilal. t'l.arleston, V. 'a., Nov. L'I.- -So le pin nas for nineteen vitiussos were is. ..n d I. .t" today hy Ihe house commit tee investigating charges that at tempts had heen made to htil.e nieni heis of the leH.--la I ure. Annuiif those oi, It red to appear were eight metii hcrs of tiie house. Mexico Klnto i,...,. Nauia IV, (.w . ''"ntii For supplies , hp New Mexico Slate ,,:,, '" the Sun.:,, I, X. M fur 8ix , 0 l"rV at mtT .luno ::o, l'JIT. """'tin en(J. Supplies consist of mi ai.s, dry fiomls, h ail,, ,. . ',nori tails to ho opened at 11 o'rl ' "" Noveinhcr ;v J- III.. trill T ii ti,...' .' - i t :l VI A ' k . . . . t O 1. M., Noveihl. Tlli'Stluy Santa , unt. J' 1H1( ITHE WM. FARR PIMPLY? WELL, DON'T BE! il ami Menaiil school on Ihe Heason'K foot- People Notice It- teams met yesterday to decide (ho tie. haviim won one They didn't, Ves ailted in ii tic, Ht Drive Them Off wiih Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets COMPiMv Wholesale and Retail Iv.u HUvSIf AM) S.M T .MKat Kausujro a .Spivlidtj For Cattle and Hoes ,. Market I'rlces ir. r,..?, ""It Of hatl the lead until when the 1'reshy hehind ami diuKht I mi rterhack, ' iii'- Loal line ward the lonn for- SmiiulilitiK to Chavez, start- etl (he InHis on their march toward their opponents' noal in this period. A succession of line bucks carried it to their three-yard line. .Menaiil held lied Ihe hall across .Menaul' for the first touchdown tt I end of the first period. A i n :i rd pass. i I tihio, Notre In, mo will entertain the Alma eollcKe team in a contest in tended as a workout preliminary to the lloosicrs' Tliiinksjiv mi; day clash with Nebraska at I.iiuolu. Schedule of tomorrow's Important miilille-wesl names follows: At 1'oit Smith; Oklahoma vs. Ar kmis ,n. At Croon Castle: I.iKo Forest Vs. Dopaii w. At Marietta: Wabash vs. Marietta. 'i:MirsKi:its ii v i: t ii ( i; to i:i:ii:i:m si . i:s toi w Kansas City, Nov. 1' I Football unities in the southwest tomorrow will ho in the nature of euitain raisers to Ihe final act of the bir, cridiron show of 1ii If day. hie watt h the X eit her at the or will to lie played Tha n ksciv UK li vanno at least, however, will be d oiiKorlv, for the outcome of hraska-lowa clash at Iowa Cityj The lineu will redeem Nebraska's defeat Menaul -hands of Kansas last Saturday.) Itodarto ... confirm the th.wnlall of the Sola, for :, time ami then liarton went throimli the lino for the score, lie failed to kick Koal. The hiKhs not their second touch down wjicn Menaul fumbled. The ball was passed for a kick. It dropped he hind Menaul's posts and I't-nte, high school right half, dropped on it. Far Ion kicked goal. This touchdown came In the second period. It was the high school's last score. The score then slood Ft to II in the highs' favor. Menaul began climbing toward the hichs' score in the third tuarter, ad vancing: the hall chiefly on end runs. ' Jlonuul used the forward pass hut few tunes in the game, relying for most ol : its gains on circling sprints. The 'same tactics gave Ihe Presbyterians their .second loin hdown in the last .section of the contest. Candelaria, Menaul tpia rtet hack, kicked goal after t lie second touchdown. I The high school had its regular up wiih the exception of Mnnn. DUKE CITy ueaners-natfers Phot 44, 220 Xtt Gold LUMBER i-uiimh, tins, .,;ss, ij. COMPANY i .. i . i. . . -TlUUIIll,! It . iiiK ami ...Milling ..,. A pitnply fnce will not fml.arrns ynu much l..ii'.;cr if you set a iiaclv:u;L' of Dr. J-alwar.N' Olive Talilcts. The skin sli.iul'l hegin to clear after you liave taken ilic 'alilcts a few niglits. Grange tlic LUiod, the howcls and the liver with Ur. Kdwanls' Olive Tahlfts, the s ticccss f til substitute for calomel tln-rc's nt-viT any sickness or pain after 'lir. I'dwaVds' Olive TaMcts do ,l,at !J C" BALDRDQE LUMBER winch car .itid (Iocs, and just as ence- ' tivclv, km ilicir aili.'ii is Rciitlf and sale iiolc.nl oi stverc anil irrita'.ituj. j No one nil i takes Olive Tahlets is j t vcr cttrcd with "a dark brown taste," j a had lnvatii. a dull, li"tli"-s, "mi t'otid" i feeling", constipaticti. torpid liver, Lad i di'MHiM'tinti "r pimplv fare. Dr. I'.ilvv.ir.ls' Olive Talilcts nre aj purely vcgttalilc rnttipnund mixed witli j olive oil; y"tl will know thtm by tluir clive clor. Dr. I'.lvvai-ds spent years among- pa tients alilicted with liver and bowel complaints, and Olive Talilcts are the immensely effective result. lake one or two nuihllv tor n week-. 4 Sec how nuifli hcttcr yon feel and look. If Fourth St. anil Copper A.. .... :.. a t , ... 9 I Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON for Picture Frames lUe ft-.i't'i'.t ii m: m:ii s i ii i. i oui 1 1; i si II . I IT i: in i i: Ti-: vv I lav en, ( 'onn., N ...'.p. l ily and Ihe .v. '.' I. Fool hich cost of interininglctl here on the 1 1 a rv a rtl - Yale annual g i id I. While town and gown CRYSTAL TODAY AND TOMORROW -1 l.v out f 41 v 1 jT ' ' j all 1 arts r,:- I I -' '"-N. 1 tii'fi'ie is Jfrf7. 1l - f S me iB'lllli H, ,K ' " ",lv' .'". 'A t, fr ' ii'i: 'I'iiii'l X ' -i I fr 1 , ' 1 Hie home "J ' '- ' ' -''-4 ' - t v v ' J, 1c." I twentv , ''V ' - J, ' f .T " '' ST t J r , I hnilv of th tt. fc"f 1 . j 1'.. ' - , Mo !i, wiih Ihe l-l J Jj V 'he cxa point t ' ' ' f.f(' f- , t ' 1 I Ihe i a le team f i n ishctl I -.. ' " . V j Hon for the came this afti I A ".'' ''" n icn,il thill, and il was . .N 1 1' A S T 1. W AKl I ' HI "lln: CJyuitbjL ' j iXluillk sn i v i 1 1 nn ffn To Whet Your Appetite ll irr?j i n ititi mum r.it m '7 yff irl.l sWIss Ol.oNVS I-KOIUCTS Mlfft ' ,.'M',,'i,n J ., I "M.i.s Fit KtlCllCclll l crct 111 I , In. ,AI I '. Hi. ails lteferee J ' V V My I I own umpire I'lH'M. I'I 1 IKsT AM. 11.11 US Eftf j , ,. Id ,i.l . U I I vat, ia. head 1 .... .. ' Inins, IVuns V ' Jji I J J J-'U ;.X ' :.C'.'lfc -fa tide.!, mi, nit l v' V N'- " 1 yV sou. id-; ,,f tie J' ... . r,t MNarr t'n,tcd States r frin . .jniir ' in, ii n-iiiiiimj , ...j , - ' hall pi living an t v e of I h lion conl loniclil that iissetl exhaustively the rc- irpective minis ami watered on the slreni.'Hi of the 1 wi elevens, the unaf j dilated ti.nlesmai, was making isi lois groan under treble, an, ipiad I I , , i I . d pi ices for everything necessary ! fii man ami machine. 'Ibis eiiy has heel, Ihe scene of linanv notable foothall struggles and L ino eiowils of ginliron fans, hut a in ord I 'i caking' i ilsh of enthusiasts llhicatens to swamp New llaven to ll iclit. Motel aceomnioilations, unless w ecks in advance, a re cut ire of Ihe iincstmn. and Harvard lotions are ar hv Irani and automobile from of the country. The motor far greater than ever before e space can not he hatl to- i ny priiV, 1 1 and reds of ca rs palketl upon pliville plop lilt lr owners and guests be retl in bomiling houses and - of local residents. the wagering otitis have i onsi.lerahly during the four I, ours. Harvard oon a slight favorite. A n la bels have been laid at HI I in i son cohorts giv ing t s prepara -rnoon with found thai spite the excellent drainage system e fnhl was vv alei -soaked mid heavy 1 1 oni Ihe rain of yeslertlay As a re mit. ,t was decide,! to leave the gritl i,on uncovered tonight In the hope that the bleb wind would dry the turf to some extent. Favorable weather is promised for the game, with clear, cob! at niosphei c. The Vale sipiatl spent the night lu the Vale in I urinary and il was nn i.ouneei! that there would ''' 110 chance in the lineup as previously nn l null. t'.l. unless l :i Koche Went in nt Coriihuskers after some half dozen I unbroken years of supreni.n y ill Mis-j sonri valley football. Nebraska de- fouled Ames 3 to 0 and Iowa repeated the victory, 1 !l to (i. "n this basis to-I morrow's game is likely to bo a close-: ly fought battle, Nebraska will bo' strengthened b.V the reappearance of i liobson in the backfiehl, but has sev eral men not in the best of condition. Should Nebraska he defeated .'by Iowa. Kansas likely will claim a dear title to Ihe Missouri valley champion ship. 'I he Haskell Indians meet the Vur rt nsburg (Mo.) Normal team at Law rence. In the far southwest interest will bo centered on the meeting of Louisiana State and ltice al I Salon Tloug-e. an llltislev j Pad, echo A. .Martinez Conzalcs j M. Martinez : Candelaria ' C. Itudurte I lin-a j F. .Marline. j Substitutes M i ( ionziiles. i P. lice, P. a Position High School . . U K Sandoval . .11. V. Chavez . . I.. T I Jilbert . . It. T Creenloiif . . It. C I''. I to it nil , . . j. C Schreilier .,..(' Paytoti .. .(,) II. liarton . . I :. II Pence , . . L. II Sganzini . , . . F Smaulding naul: Liiccro for Tout hdow ns II. 1 iartoii. a and A. Itodarto. Coals .mo ' ' "... ...... i ' ' 7 my 111 s mm from touchdown Ciiuilelaria and II. liarton. Keferee Letnbke. 1'mpire lirorein. Head Linesman Lapraik. jTimc of periods la luiniites. i napolis, boll, apparently ate confident of victory in tomorrow's contest, as they rested hero tonight. Until teams are in exeellenl condi tion, and in weight are unusually evenly matched the Navy tipping the scabs al l.iiiis pounds and the Army at .lust one pound loss. The Army, however, has the advuntnge in age end experience, the entire bai l- field of j the midshipmen being composed of first year nun. ' The Navy men arrived here late la-t night, ami were the fiist today to practice on the Polo grounds, where tomorrow's game will be played. They wero put through a stiff signal drill by their coaches After they had loft, the Army team, which arrived early today with a squad of flflv-fivo ineii, was given possession of the gridiron nnd held a secret practice. The rival tennis spent the evening at theaters. m ADDITIONAL S TAKEN 11 KM . M With Cards Obtained in Cam paign Association Has To- tal of 610; Competing Teams Rewarded, in place of Smith. von, it was said, hi as originally pi lineup: sil ion. LF. The would .utieJ. Harvard. A. CoolldKe Wheelen ICitlniun C.) Harris Snow Caller Hurt Kohihsoti Timelier ( 'ilSI'V Hoi w eon N'. A. Tufts. IV A. Fultz. Frown: . N Mnrico. Pennsyl- bnesman, lr Curl W'il- v K aiii.i : time of .ct io.ls. each. om v iinMt iii fi i i; im r i wi ii.irroi i:mv nWY Nov 14. --The football Fnitotl Stat .s Military W'vsl Point, and the N'nvul academy, tit An- LARCENY OF 'JUICE' FROM LIGHT COMPANY, CHARGEAGAINST MAN Tt. O. Peck, a laundry employe, pleaded not guilty yesterday lo the charge of larceny of ohetiie ciirient Ironi the Light company. Judge Mc Clellan found him guilty' however, nnd fined him f 1 " V. P. Southard, manager of the Light eon, pan. v, said he hail gone past Peck's homo, 111 Wist Coal avenue, twice- and hatl scon the house lighted. He told of calling there with Chief Calusha. lie told Peck he wauled to see the meter mid Pick said ho thought ho hud none, said Mr. South ard. Peek said his wife found the wires charged when they moved into the bouse late in October. Peck admitted he had not asked th company for his bill, when iiueslionetl by the court, saving he bad nol chanced to pass the office and that he hatl not hid tunc Wvcivuse he worked long iiours. Ho Intel, nod to pay. he said. Mr. Southard told the court that the i: eler had been 'akeii out of the house before Pick moved in. To obtain current it was necessary not mi iv iu The V. M. C. lo its roll in Hi ed last night, ciation fell she A. added Jii'.l members ' campaign which end The AlbuiiieiiUe asso rt of the mark set for dose the meter loop but a connection outside the house, ho. Pock sabl he did not make connections. ilso to make j frmor sai.l the llroncliitls. AVhen a severe cold settles on tho luniis it is called bronchitis. There is dancer of its leading to broncho pneu monia, mid for this reason it is always best to go to le,1 and take Chanihet lain'g Cough Remedy us directed un til well along towards recovery. Mrs. Charles K. Woodard. Sandy Creek. N. Y., writes: "Chamberlain's Cough Kemedv cured me of bronchitis last I fall. When I began using it I was so' hoarse at times that it was difficult for in o to speak above a whisper. Ii ...... I),,. . ..!.... CI.. medicine ami found It very soothing and healing. In a week's time 1 was well." ubtainahie everywhere. it by the Intel -national campaign man agement, Tho International campaign, however, probably overreached ils goal. Secretary N. W. Penning learn ed yeslertlay that the .tD.finu mark had heen reached. He was informed by telegraph that an effort was to bu made ti, roach the H a , 0 o i i additional membership mark by midnight. He will get final figures today. The l'.lue team won ill the local eon test,, bringing F.)7 now members to th" asset iation to the Rod team's scvonty tvvo. The I'.litos received their reward last night and the itetls theirs, too. There was a difference, however, Tho Flue workers had a dinner of fried chicken while the Pods bad bread and iniik. Ceorge T. Peterson. Flue captain, was awarded t tin watch, given hy the Hamilton Watch company and Arthur Kveritt, jeweler, having signed more men, hols than any other individual campaigner. Ho brought in fifty seven. C. T. French brought ill twenty-eight and A. K. Moon eleven. The i watch was presented hv A. 11. Mt . Mil- Ion, president of the association, at the dinner. With' Ihe L'lpi members signed ill the campaign u',o V. M. C. A. has a total membership of ,iu. Secretary Helming announce) that a reception was to he given next Fri day night for the new men, hers. Ml and new members are expeet e present, sai l he. A program given and refreshments served WW w V tl i ' t Host in II ff S, n Thanksgiving Specials Turkeys, Ducks, Geese, Hens and Spring Chickens the .Market and I'd KsiMvialK I'm- Thanksgiving ) I.Fl.t.lAV llHi :s, ( OTTONTUL K MI ltlTS .WD .(( K KAIllills lvVS (IJV Willi' licit' w ' - ITO w 9 FL. POItK AM, Ml Mil 'lints, vtus' T Mi.s. i'm.s- i:its. pks i i i:t, docks ami III TTFHLIVt.s 1.11 I' l .F P.KMVS S I ITItllliADS SIvM.SIIIPT OYSILKS si phi :m i ; i:.(.s st phhii; i: o si pkimi: DAMS WISTPIIM.IA l:ltM) or l'KMi' DWI Will Dress Poultry While You Wait II 4 it i i.At i: vorii iiiii:its i SPI ( I ALS ()' 'II1WKS-TOD.W Mari Brothers Phono 2;!0 i : ' ll ct (odd Avi I . I to 1 will Ik WILSON CLUB WILL BE CONTINUED, SAYS COLONEL SELLERS Dore out in its '-.eroism, and in its martyrdom, the unLunqucrduie cnaractenstics of the patriot tuners. 1 hat tame spirit is as manifest today, as it wasonenundredandnflvvo.ir.t-.tiri 'i'h.o,ii J,haLl '..EPAREDNESS h.iS sounded, has proven that li'l T. ;? 7.fi;LUn,ot fat, it.tlc rcmini.san.-c: but a . ..., u,e circumst inccof acr s $ ca kd into vWT. ohtn " "n yr health Is ri.K iu, s. s. S ht tetnm) rp ...,tlv ni iiiin wi.r-.i Hi li t) 11) VVuSwh SvS' k ,h CliEA T NATIONAL uVah (iihL k lHER-, " "J yur father and your unather ha ve read shout s. S. S. Vv hen y.i ! . fr . ."" iUTt lo d "n later, look lr. Z hZ i . ,,. nMst on "ie -nule. Write fur ir...i ,1 "i-AUADVISOKY DKPAK I'.MLN V ' '""y. in conhdence. for free Jvk.e. AJJr TIIE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO, 163 Swift BuUJina ATLANTA, CA. 6s3cang8i:JM.ii.'Hjr.w4ui,ii.i.i.ti,ii3ia Ti.q mlM mnf opportualtiM ll7 11 jot ia a.4 MM JixirBa) tut Ajl Plans for a permanent democratic ; organization for I'.ernatillo county are I to be considered at the meeting of j the Wilson club tonight. Col. D. K. I H. Sellers, presitb ni f ti. , upi j yesterday that the Wilson club prob ably would lie changed to the liern- ahllo County 1 tenioerutie club and contin led as an organization The club's purpose, aecuding lo Colonel Sellers, will he to use its in fluence n. securing the ena, t,m of ....u s, sii. ii as, jtossil.lv, a direct j.rimury law. Tag club, suid he, will fP?K,;i'':;;?'r'i'l0!f!f?;:;:i::ii fnmm ''''''"ouiitfii. 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