Albuquerque Morning Journal, Sunday, December 17, 1916.
Mil X WPv:'M
First Dirigible for United States Navy
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Christmas, the Merriest Season of All, If,
Near and Soon Over. Don't Delay
Get That Boy or Girl
If you want to jive your boy or girl a real gift, which
induces health and will cause theiit to remember you with
pleasure and joy in after years, buy them a lUCYl'I.K
clean, invigorating, and the best of txcreise, and, last but
not least, a lasting joy.
We have an assortment, which we recently purchased
for the holidays, and are now at prices you cannot afford
to overlook. TI1K liKST VAUT.S IX T1IK CITY.
Come in and Look Them Over Before
Making Your Purchase
Albuquerque Novelty Works
SIM OX SOX & DAXIKf.SOX. Props.
I'llOXK 570. y., SOl'TII SFCOXI) ST.
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The l'lrs! liirU'il-if for the 1'nitod wlu ri' - pi-rhm-io s mi' tn lio inndo for whir. h li:is n lolnl lift f ".Ortii
St.ili'.s n. ivy lias I I'l-ii iiiiiii.i'( li , its official ucci'iM mr,.. 'I'hc diri!;ilc JiuuihlM. It is of I In- imn-iiuiil tic,
the Cniinccticnt Aircraft coiniiaiiy l ; is Known us l'N-l. It is IT.'i fed loiu:, anil its lnn liol.ls its shape ly the
New Haven, alul is now at I'ensaeola, I Tot feel liH:h above all anil it.'i feet Pressure of tlie nis uilliln. 'I'lie on-
. ilola Is suspended from the ban
OAKLAND CLUB LEADS
LEAGUE IN BOBBLES;
BUT FINISHES SECOND
(RY MnttNINQ JOURNAL SPECIAL LSAlFn WIRC1
San Kranci.sco, lice, 1. Vernon,
vhieli ended second in the Pacific
Const Uaseliall league race, is iredited
with the largest total of errors perpe
tiated last season. The Timers piled
up 3;' iniscues but, at the same time,
Ik ild the season's record for the great
est number of consecutive fames
played without a misplay. They
played a string of seven errorless
eanics, sonicthinu which no other
ti.,m in the circuit achieved.
Second to Vernon for total errors
during 'he season came Oakland and
I'm t hi ml, each with .'UK; San Francis
co was next, with 3-7; Los Angeles
made .112, and Salt Lake, SHI).
San Francisco showed the largest
number of errorless Karnes played
during the season, Koinj the route fif-ly-einht.
times without a bobble. 'I'he
tail-end ftakland i lul, was next in line,
with fifty-two errorless games, beins
"tic of those baseball paradoxes that
is further emphasized by the fact that
the champion Los An (Teles club played
I fewer errorless games than any other
I club. Salt Lake played fifty -one er
rorless games: Vernon, lorty-scven ;
Portland, forty-five, and Los Aiu;cbs.
Pour assists to a game was the
smallest club total made ill any one
game of the 1 !i 1 II ('oast league si a: im.
Los Angeles and Vernon each had
I games to their credit in which ihey
I made a total of only four assists, hut
in each case their opponents were only
at bat for eight innings, love assp-ts
was the lowest total for the seanon
where a club played nine innings of a
Twenty-four itssists was thei highest
single team total for a ninc-innin.T
game, San Francisco sharing the hon
ors. Twenty-threo assists in eight
innings of fielding Were credited to
Vernon in one game. Twenty-three
assists was the largest nine-inning to-
jtal of which Vernon, Portland on Los
j Angeles could boast during the year;
vvlillo twenty-two assists was Salt
Lake's Largest nine-inning total.
Knvy's censure, Flattery's praise.
With unmoved indifference view;
Learn to tread Life's dangerous mane
AVith unerring Virtue's cue.
FLAYING FOR JESSOP
POLO TROPHY TO BEGIN
Y MPRNINd JOURNAL SPECIAL Lf AtCO Wlftll
San Francisco, Pec, Hi. 1'nlcsn
weather conditions interfere to make
the Held unsuited for play, the mid
winter polo tournament at t'oronado
wid begin on January 1, with compe
tition for the .lessoji trophy. The
players will include well known micro
who have been identified with the
I most noteworthy colors in the cottn
! try--.leailowbrook, Itryn Mawr, Kum
; son. Miami Valley, Point Judith, Mid-
wick, Iienver and t'oronado.
j Many polo men well known hern
i will parlii ipale in the matches. Play
i el s like Lawrence ( '. Phipps, Jr., Mal
leoli!. Stevenson, Firry I teadh st on,
i Thomas l.e lloulillier and many other
I of conspicuous daring wi 1 he seen in
flhe tournament. probably the most
diseased of these is Alexander Smith
Cochran of New York, heir to an es
tate said to be appraised at several
millions, and a first rank contender
1 for j olo dist i net ion.
i Cochian arrived at San Francisco
j recently on his magnificent fleam
fyaiht U'ariior. Some index to Cnch
! fan's efforts to equip hnisclf as a polo
j player of high rank is furnished bw
j his purchase of the beautiful Mrs. C.
II. P. Itelmont estate adjoining the
Meadowbrook Hunt club at Westbury,
i I ,. I. This be improved, developing a
private turf for his own practicu and
later making a present of the regal
estate to the Meadowbrook club.
' K. W. Hopping, 1. M. 1 leeksclier.
- Pen.i.'imin (latins, Steve Velio, Cliff M.
Weatherwax, Col. .Max C. Flelschmatt
jund Carletoii P.urke are some of the
! other leading players who will nppeat
ion the Coi'Oiindo field during the sea
I Twenty-six ponies belonging to
Hopping, William P. llulbert, Mrs.
Kaymimd I'.elinont and Julius Fleisch
inan are among the stock in the t'or-j
onado Country i lab stables. I leek-j
.".cher's siting of twenty is due any day
while other ponies belonging to l.e
lioiitillier and Cat b ton :ui ke are soon !
to follow. I
Ma.l. Colin Ci. Poss, secretary of tin
t'oronado Country club, said:
"We can look for polo this season
whii h surpasses any we have over bad
at Coronado. From Hie opening mutch
New Year's day e shall have bril
liant, daring play."
MURDERED BY MAN
HE FORMERLY EMPLOYED
!HV MONh.NO JOURNAL SPECIAL LtABIO W!KI
Lewlstoli, Idaho, 1 iec. HI. Jewell
Frong, aged IT, tonight shot and kill
ed Lester (iifloid, a wealthy farmer,
in a drug store here, after having
made an unsuccessful attempt to make
ilifi'oid pay him JF'.a. whhh Knur;
claimed as personal damages because
of an accident he had suffered while
in iltfford's oiiii lov. Prong forced
Clifford in enter a drug store and wide
a check when ililiord pleaded thai he
had not that much mom y with him.
A patrolman, called by Clifford's
brother, entered and Frong killed Oif
ford with one shot, firing three timet
more before he was disarmed and
arrested. Clifford is survived by a
widow and one child.
training bill. P.oib sides of the (pies-,
tlOn will ho beard before the hearing::;
(lencral Scott made a pica for lint-I
er--al scrvbe in his annual report,
published recently, and Is known to
have sunken on the subject tor the
entire general staff. His repm-t was
Issued with the approval of Secretary
I taker, although the latter reserv ed
hiH own opinion.
The Chamberlain bill provider for
an extensive system under which all
physically fit youths between 2 and
.'! receive military instruction, those
hotwtcn IS and i II i onstit ut ing the ac
tivo forces. officers of the general
staff, at the request of Senator Cbani-!
berlain, have prepared a substitute
providing a simpler form, howeer,
which probably will he offered as a
This list of lu'lpful sugges
tions hut the men will find
them useful, too.
Kvery i;it't is a practical one
for a man that's what insures
If you want a man's sjift
IH'ct it at a man's store that
Hath I tube
lAiuuglng ltobi s
( b Hie. aft Suit
Scalei" i at
Clot hern ft
SinokliiK ,la ket
d ollar Hue
SCOTT WILL APPEAL
FOR UNIVERSAL SERVICE
t0Y MnNINO JOUONA SPECIAL L'AED WIKf
W'ashing'oti, tec. Hi. Ma i. (icn.
Hush L. Scott, chief of staff, and an
advocate of universal military service,
will appear before u senate subcom
mittee Monday when it begins hearings
on Senator Chamberlain's universal
OF GUARDS CON TINiJES
V MnHNINO. JOURNAL SPECIAL LEASED WIPVl
San Antonio, Tex., I oc. Hi.- -Willi
the exc eption of four organizations, all
of the state Hoops recently designat
ed by MaJ. den. Frederick Fiinston to
go home, have left the border stations
at willed they wore on duly. The re
maining units will move on the fol
New York battalion of engineers.
McAUan, lieceniber S; Idaho Infan
try, Nogales. Ieceniber 1 It ; First
Iowa Infantry, prownsv llle, licember
IS, tind I'.'lghtcentb Pennsylvania in
fantry, F.I Paso, lieceniber IT,
M. MAN DELL'S
"Till-; I.I VIC CLOTH IKK"
'hone 153 116 West Central
O'l.cary ( Manage Sail Antonio.
Chicago, I ee. Hi. Charley o'Lrai y,
formerly with the Iictroit Americans,
signed here today to manage t lie San
Antonio club of the Texas league next
season. O'l.cary played with St. Paul
in the American association last season.
OF OFFICERS ISSUED
ISPICIAL COSNBSPONDSNCI lO MOPNINO. JOUSNALl
Santa Ke, Pec. 1 (i. -A t , t i of $-7,-7
4 5, Tit! was collected the past two
years by the state game warden's of
fice, of which tl4,Ml!l.!H came In this
year. The biennial report of dame
Warden de Paca. nuide public today,
declares that the office has distribut
ed fi,7li s.'i fish, or a dozen tisli for
each man, woman and child in the
Secretary of Stale Antonio l.uce'i)
collected, during the past two years,
sl.2 TS.Ka in fees, of which 77,
Pa',1,07 ra inn fioin motor vehicle li
censes. The fees paid by notaries pub.
Hi: amounted to JI!,072.riO.
Prominent Stock Man Killed,
Snyder, Tex., lice, IK. After Kd
ward d. Sims, prominent stock man,
had been shot and kill' here late to
day Mrs. Kims and her broMier, Sidney
Johnson, surrendered to cie sheriff.
Poth gave up weapons when hey weru
taken into custody. Sims and Mh wlfo'
had been divorced. V
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"THW il7ltT,T!?K jry7f Tf4n't'fT''l.?:f'.''fi,- '',1 ;f1,;
sausl 'tsitiKtiititi'iiA' urJjjJuKuM'ii l 'Sj'siifsEEiii jsijifcAisi',tstoAl
II -ll' l " T I 1 II -11"
$5.00 PAR VALUE
On the Strike of the Ore, at Ajo, the Camp of 500 Million Tons
snis( Kirriox .(.ii:i:mi:nt iikiop.i: oiu. amz ai ion
To reserve so nmTiy ;is may nytnain, "of l.M),C)(K) fully paid ami non
assessable shares nf the capital stock of a company to he oryaniml.
Suhmitted to intelligent cojiper investors, who are asked to subscribe
tinder this agreement, at the rate of Twenty-Five (25c) Cents per
This is not a ten cent pre-orani zatioti offering. The project docs
not contemplate a ten cent property.
Supposing that you had an opportunity to buy fully paid, non-as-
se.-. sable stock in a mine that was actually tied onto Chino, I'tah Cop
per, Miami or any other great porphyry, and that had ore exactly re
sembling the big neighlor, would you place a bet? .Winning, of course,
that yon are a c mpi'tent judge of class and value.
Well, Xcw Cornelia West is acluallv an immediate neighbor, on tl
strike of the ore, to Xew Cornelia, with its
greatest copper deposit known in liiiii iiitr 1 1 i
pricing Xcw Cornelia West. ore. cxacily
of Xew Cornelia, crops in hundreds upon
-l.,,(K"),IMH) proven tmi-
i ry. n the t weK e claims
ar m appearance lo
itiinlreds ol places, con.
incing mining nun of experience , that development will almost cer
tainlv disclose one monster mass f coiumcrcially valuable cojiper ctn
tutt. The picture i xplains why smart copper buyers of Douglas, lli-bec, 1,1
I'asn. Ihittc and oilier active centers are taking this offering by wire.
Yoti could have Iwiught Xew Cornelia a little over a year ago for
around $1.0), but you can't buy it today for $S.iH).
You'll never again get this close to Xew Cornelia for Twenty-Hve
Cents. Read lite reason in the picture. i
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Foreground, 4,0 X) ton leaching plant of New Cornelia largest in
the world. Arrows fl-2) approximate north and south hue ol Mr
of ore on Xew Cornelia. Arrow (3) Ajo Consolidated holdings, s;
to have many million tons drill proven. Arrows (4 ?-) apprim
tM"i ill ud
of Xew Cornelia West, on the strike of the ore.
The li!'r !c ;i cl i i n ; plant of Xi w Cornelia will oun be read lor the
' ri.i i t . , . ,- I'he i iglit lo pro rate or n-f urn subscript i iw reserved.
iii ( otisi i hi atri :ii l i iinii'cs l. n s to : r e t Con e 1 : lot . s 1 1
' ' , lc ll,.,, "illlllil ,v,.... ,,l' VI 111)11 n, it elilu'l
tim sn.i: im ( i:ht.
the sum of
J liollars, to be deposited by me in the National
Bank of Arizona with other sums similarly subscribed, to be used, vvlnn
the total amount subscribed aggregates the sum of $ :; 7. r, Otl.i m for the pur
chase of the Sayer group of mining claims in the Ajo mining distiict,
Pima County, Arizona, and in payment of necessary expenses.
When said purchase is made the undersigned agrees to convey said mining-
property to a corporation to be organized, with a capitalization of
I..VMXMHI (diarcs of the par aliU' of Satin s"r share. Not less than KiMI.
MM shares or capital slock shall be covered into the Treasury of said cor
poration to be used for development purposes and l.".0,00n shares shall
be distributed amonK subscribe! s, of which said
. , ., shall receive shares, being the
proportion',' ill 'share's! that his' subscription bears to the total amount sub
scribed. The stock issued shall he held lu pool umU-r rules of the Corporation
The nio-r i
stamped Ajo as one of
ii; ir again get thk do e to Xcw Cornelia for Twenty-l''ive
iCiil mining eugiieer of the world have unequivocally
the greatest Copper coiintiies ever diMocrcd.
Iv'einitt.'inccs Taxable to
E. GANZ, Trustee
X.i'ional l.a'ik of Aiioiia Dcsignaled Dco:tor .
A'ddu-s applications I.. Y;u I' .'.tunc, Agent, Hotel AJanis. liuKinx,
Aii. If v ' hi rea"v want in. y- u lii"! lK-tier wii'e rc-ervatioti.
Flit 'loved please find S
viiliscnpti'.n to l'rc-( irganiatioii Agreement as sei forth in Trus
tee's K'cceqit appealing in this advertisement.
Com mission of Arizona.
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