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WEDNESDAY, JAN. 8, 191S.
THE HARTFORD HFRAI.D
Allies Are Spending $300,-.
000 a Day
ON TROOPsli MUNITIONS
The Estimated Cost of Life
Brings Figure Up To
TlfK INDUSTKIAIj LOSS OKKAT
Tho cost In money to all tho na
tions of tho Balkan War has been
millions upon millions, and tho ex
penses aro all golnfj upward day by
day. Tho reports as to the killed
and wounded lncludo only tho pe
riod up to tho proclamation of tho
England, of tho great European
Powers not actually engaged In tho
war, has escaped with the least ex
penditures by tho British Govern
pcndltures by the British Govern
ment was for naval movements, and
this outlay has been omclaily esti
mated at $300,000. There vas no
mobilization of troops by England.
Exact figures from Belgrade are
hard to get, but tho following ao
partly official: Tho Servians con
tributed 300,000 men. Of these
fiO.000 stayed at home for service
there. They lost 22,000 killed and
wounded. Of these they assert only
4,000 wero killed and tho rest
The Bulgarians sent to tho field
300,000, with the f.O.OOO on tho
frontier. Tlfey lost In killed and
wounded 80,000, and at Kirk Kill
esoh alone they lost 20,000.
Tho Montenegrins sent 75,000
men to tho field, of whom thoy lost
between 0,500 and 7,000.
Tho Greeks contributed 120,000
and they lost about 7,000
Servla. was spending $100,000 a
day from October IS to December
23, making $0,000,000. Slv mobi
lized her army 1G days previous to
the outbreak of the war, which cost
her $1,800,000. She hai r.'rc.eive
fund enough for her to fight
four months loirger' will out bor
rowing. Bulgaria for 66 dav.i has been
"Spending $12,0,03d n day, making
$7,920,000. Her mobilization cost
her another $2,100,000.
Greece has paid out $3,000,000
up to tho time of writing; that Is
about $G0,000 a day.
Montenegro has spent $10,000
per diem and she has fought for 55
days, bringing her expenses up to a
total or $550,000, all of which was
supplied by Russia and Italy.
Servia has captured, according to
official Information, 4108 cannon,
p 213,000 rifles of various types,
hundreds of quick-firing guns, 42,
000,000 cartridges and 110 wagons.
This ammunition and all the rest of
the property is in good condition.
Servla gavo to Bulgaria $6,000,000
for war expenses, besides much am
munition and the uniforms for 30,
At present Austro-Hungaryjs dal
ly expenses for her army aro calcu
lated at about $200,000 and those
of tho navy $00,000. Tho total dal
ly expenditures Is estimated at
about $200,000 a day. This outlay
has now been going on for 90 days,
therefore Austria's total military
and naval expenditure to dato has
been about $23,400,000. Tho loss
in wages and Industrial profits, ow-
Ing to a virtual stnlo ct wnr, Is
moro dlfllcult to compute, but high
financial authorities In Vienna put
It nt $15,000,000. London Cor.
Now York World.
CAItH MOHK NKCK8KAKY
THAN CAPITA li QN FAIt.M
Tho following la taken from tho
current Issuo of Farm and Plresldo:
"Better farming may Ho In Just
such slmplo things as adjusting tho
plow Jo do tho best possible work,
In feeding stock so that not a bit
of wasto follows, and In carrying
out plans carefully laid. What tho
world needs Is not bo much mon
who have thousands to lny out In
land and equipment, as farmers who
know the valuo of details aiyl have
tho will and the disposition to work
to tho line."
DISGUSTED WITH PRICE
NOW SET ON TOBACCO
And Will Grow No More of the
Weed Unless Eight Cents
"I'll never pool another pound of
tobacco nor grow another pound
unless the sale of tho 1912 crop Is
made at S cents," said Louis Han'
cock, of Webster county, to a re
porter for tho Journal, says tho
"Eight cents is not too much any
such thing. It is a fair price and
but for a monopoly In the tobacco
business we would have long since
"Tobacco cannot bo grown at the
prices for which the Daviess county
growers have sold. My tobacco
will have to be sold at eight cents
in tho stemming pool or I am
through' with tobacco forever. And
the other farmers down my way feel
tho "same way about It. We may
havo to sell off some of our land
and it will be a hard struggle for a
while until we adjust ourselves to
the new conditions, but It can bo
"I had expected to put out 75
acres of tobacco this year,, but I
haven't burnt a plant bed."
Growers of this entlro district
seem to be unanimous in making a
stand for tho price that has been
asked. It seems to be a matter of
principle as much as of price. The
feeling is prevalent that they have
grappled with a trust and it might
as well be tried out one time as an
other. Many declare that there Is less
tobacco In the foreign market this
season than at the game time last
year. They show the monthly .re
ports of the stocks on hand and In
the London and Liverpool markets
there, were nearly 2,000 less hogs
heads on hand In December than
there wero In December 1911.
One prominent tobacconist said
that the Imperial Company ruined
the market in Liverpool and Lon
don and there was no market in
either place. Ho said that compe
tition was broken up here and also
in foreign markets.
Edwin Hodgo was asked about
tho situation and said that eight
cents was too much. When asked
about the London and Liverpool
matter, he said that the Imperial
does not go into the London and
Liverpool market and ho had no
idea what was on tho stocks In eith
When questioned as to whothor
tho 1912 crop was larger or smaller
than tho 1911 crop, Mr. Hodges
answered that In this county the
crop was much larger,, but In tho
district In which tho dark tobacco
Is grown tho crop was lighter than
A Glrl'H Wild Midnight Hide.
To warn peoplo of a fearful for
est fire in tho Catskills a young
?lrl rode horseback at midnight
was glorious, but lives aro often
was glorious but lives aro often
3avcd by Dr. King's Jow Discovery
'n curing lung trouble, coughs and
colds, which might have ended in
consumption or pneumonia. "It
'tired me of a dreadful cough and
lung dlseaso," writes W. II. Patter
son, Wellington, Tex., "after four
In our family had died with con
sumption, and I gained 87 pounds."
Nothing so sure and safe for all
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Mid $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guar
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It Pays in the Long Hun.
Farm and Fireside says:
"Put all your big apples on top,
and on the bottom and in tho mid
Mo of one barrel and if you havo
small apples, dispose of them in tho
jamo way in another barrel."
Money-, take wing If It's used to
mild flying, machines.-.
THE BIG RIDDLE
Declares a Noted Seattle
HAS FORMULA FOR PRODUCING
Life Artificially and Explains
Workings of the Cu
SUNK WO.NOKUKUIj DISCOVERY
Through Incorporation of a so
ciety "to place before tho world
tho discoveries of Dr.H.LIttlofleld In
biology, psychology and metaphys
ics," It became known to-day that
Llttlc.field, who maintains offices in
tho Central Building, declares ho
has found the process of creating
Dr. LIttlofleld has made Seattle
his home for two years. He has
been experimenting In the creation
of life since ho obtained his degree
from the Kansas Homeopathic Med
ical College in 1S8G.
In his experiments, ho says, ho
has created a minute, but now, in
sect, which, multiplied in size 1,
200 times under the microscope, ap
pears as an octopus-llko organism.
Life what is It? .
What makes it? What Is Its or
igin? What Is Its source?
The scientists of all periods have
tried to 'find tho answer Huxley,
Tyndnll, Haeckcl, Darwin and the
rest. Now Llttlclleld says he has
solved tho problem. He knows the
mystery of life.
Darwin declared that llfo can
only bo generated from antecedent
life. That is, only tho living pro
duce living things vegetable or
But Dr. Littlellelil upsets this
theory. His discoveries are that
life can result from tho grouping of
inorganic matter, inanimate ob
jects, lifeless substances. So far his
experiments havo reached only thq
very beginning of tho possibilities
he is hoping for.
"Twelve elements enter Into the
composition of all organized beings,
without exception," said Dr. Little
field to-day. These are the phos
phates of sodium, Ume, potash,
magnesia, iron; the sulphates of so
dium, potash, lime; the chlorides of
sodium and potash; and silicon and
calcium. Says Dr. LIttlofleld.
"Get the proper proportion of
each, and you can construct the
form of anything. By the various
groupings, modification of relation
and proportion, every species of
plant and animal Is formed."
But even with the form con
structed there would still be needed
that spark which makes life. The
llfo principle, as Dr. LIttlofleld
calls it, must be supplied.
The phenomena of creating llfo Is
reduced, according to Dr.Llttlefleld,
to the proposition of saturating tho
substance so constructed with the
"vital magnetism." This magnet
ism permeates every form of mat
ter, says Dr. Littleflold. He proves
it In this manner:
"Put a drop of water on a micro
scope and any substance in It that
will float and not dissolve will
take on tho phenomena of mag
netization that Is, of attraction
and repulsion among its particles
during the process of evaporation.
By repeating this process a number
of times with tho same particles of
matter, they wil' become completely
saturated with magnotic force.
"This process of evaporation Is
nature's mothod of saturating mat
tor with vital magnetism."
It was while conducting similar
experiments that Dr. LIttlofleld dis
covered ho had created his new six-
As the object gyrated with com
paratively high velocity, Dr. LIttlo
fleld was confident ho had created a
living thing. In n similar manner
Dr. Llttlefleld found ho could pro
duco out of Inorganic matter the
beginning of growth of lilies, and
other living cells, both In tho ani
mal and floral llfo.
"Carried out to Its ultimate,"
says Dr. LIttlofleld, "sclenco will bo
able to create oven human life."
Seattle Star. '
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ATimit to the phick
that i'ohk will umno
Tho following, is taken from tho
current, lssuo of Farm and Fireside:
"There seems to be a limit to the
price the public will jay for pork.
When tfee price' of hogs: had gradu
ally worked upwnrd, becauso of'
ccarely,.to clojo to tho $90 mark
In Chicago, tho buying public balk
ed and failed to buy pork at tho
figuro tho $9.50 price on tho hoof
"Prices at Chicago had also ho
como too high In comparison with
prices In eastern cities to mako or-der-buylng
profitable, so tho ship
ping demand was correspondingly
"With .theso two "bear" factors
operating, tho market dropped day
by day until a decline of soventy
Hvo cents had been registered. Then
consumers' and shippers' demands
returned, and tho market started
back. It seems that a nine-cent av
erage market Is all that present
supply and demand will support."
CAN'T WEI) SWEETHEAIIT
ilKl'OUE HIS KXKCITIOX
Tho Secretary of State for Homo
Affairs, Reginald McKenna, has
been called upon to dccldo whether
a condemned murderer can be nl
lowed to marry the woman of
whoso unborn child he Is the fath
er, in order to legitimize tho child,
The decision is in the negative.
The problem resulted from the
case of John Williams, who was re
cently sentenced to death Tor mur
dering a Police Inspector at East
bourne. The many circumstances
connected with It gavo an unusual
Interest to tho affair and the news
papers printed many columns about
Williams, since he was sentenced,
had appealed for permission to mar
ry his sweetheart, Florence Sey
mour, who testified at his trial
when she repeatedly referred to
him as her husband, although they
wero not married.
Williams asked to be allowed to
marry the girl beforo the child was
born, tho nccouchment being immi
nent. Tho Home Secretary replied
brlclly: "I am unable to accede to
Miss Seymour gavo birth to a
girl yesterday. She is very anxious
to marry tho convicted man, and
said to-day that Williams is the
only man she ever loved, and she
would marry him to-morrow even if
she knew that he would be hanged
Williams has appealed from his
conviction, and tho hearing on It
has been fixed for January 11.
London Cor. New York Sun.
Xotice to Claimants.
. All persons having claims against
th estate of Jno. T. Hocker, de
ceased, are hereby notified to pre
sent same to me, properly proven,
on or beforo February 1, 1913, or
they will be forever barred.
Those knowing themselves in
debted to this estate by account or
past due note, will please call and
settle same, so that the estate can
be wound up.
SCIOTA HOCKER, Admr.,
50t4 Centertown, Ky.
Tho truth Is, when a man has no
sense thero is nothing in his head
to causo hlra to know it. Atchison
DANGER FROM GRIPPE
Lies in That Cough and Weak,
Qrlppo, pleurisy, pneumonia, theso
are greatly to bo feared at this tlmo
of tho year.
To prevent grlppo from belns fol
lowed by either pleurisy or pneumo
nia, It Is Important to drive tho last
traces of it out of the system quickly.
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delicious cod llvpr and iron prepara
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Mrs. A. A. Grabill, of Strasburgr,
Vn. says: "Grlppo loft mo weak, run
down and with a sovero cough, from
which I suffered four years. I tried
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My cough Is almost entirely gono, and
I am strong and well again, and I am
glad to recommend Vlnol to others
who suffer as I did."
Try Vlnol with tho certainty
that if it does not bencflt
you wo will glyo back, your money.
James H. Williams, Druggist,
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