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ABOUT THE WAS
Polish legion under Polish national
Hag, joins In fighting Germans.
Italians have gained a victory at
Nervosa, on the west bank ot the
British casualties reported during
the week ending Juno 21 aggregated
Looting ot American consulate at
Tabriz by Turks may lead to declara
tion ot war.
German attacks upon French lines
Dear Rhclms proved lmmcdlato and
A new move for a war declaration
against Turkey and Bulgaria has de
veloped In Congress.
The arrival of allied air fighters to
assist the Italians heartened tho Ital
ian force, much wearied after six days
of heroic work.
Tho barrier tho Italians and their
allies have raised along the great bat
tle arc from the Aslago plateau to tho
sea remains insuperable to the Aus-trlans.
The American forces northwest of
Chateau-Thierry further straightened
their lino by a series of small but brll
liantly executed attacks on tho north
side of Belleau wood.
A largo part of tho Austrian army
has been cornered between the flood
ed Plavo and tho advancing Italian
troops In tho Montello, the British
war office report stated.
Tho first American aviators to fly
on tho Italian front went on a bomb
ing expedition and succeeded In blow'
ing two holes In a now Austrian
bridge across tho Plavo river.
The Austrian losses In their offens-
ivo on tho Italian front exceed 120,000
men, according to a dispatch to Paris
La Liberto from Home, quoting the
correspondent of tho Corriere do Italia.
Italian forces continued their coun
ter offensive on tho Plavo river front
Frllay in the region ot Fagare and
Zenson and gained further ground
from tho Austro-Hungarlans, tho
Italian war office announced.
Berlin officially claims that Geimnn
troops havo penetrated tho American
trenches at Selcbeprey. Tho falsity
ot this report Is shown by a dispatch
from the American front which says
that the "penetration" was only an at
tempted raid by sixty Germans.
West of Montdldler American
troops In a short and desperate en
gngement have cleaned out German
trenches and machine gun nests at
Cantlgny. Most of tho Germans who
remained to tight tho Americans wero
killed, while a number wero made
Except for the Italian theater, little
fighting was In progress Friday,
Southwest of Bolssons, near Favor-
olles, and a little further south, near
Hautvesnes, the French, In more of
their dally attacks, havo bettered
their positions and taken prisoners
from the Germans. In tho regions of
Arras and Albert, the British likewise
have made gains nnd also repulsed
German attacks near Morris on tho
Nine persons wero injured, two
probably fatally, by barbed wlro dan
gllng from an aeroplane In flight at
Hicks field at Fort Worth, Tex.
The will of Charles Warren Fair
banks, admitted to probate at Indian
apolla, Ind., disposes of an estate ot
(2,000,000 in real estate and $150,00:
Harry Wheeler, former sheriff of
Cochise county; John C. Grecnway
and William H. Brophy wero among
those indicted by the federal grand
Jury recently at Tucson, Ariz., In con
nectlon with the Blsbee deportations
last July, It was announced by United
States Attorney Flynn. The three
named are In France.
The final episode In the trial of
Grace Lusk, convicted of the murder
of Mrs. Mary Nowman Roberts, wife
of Dr. David Roberts, former Wlscon
sin state veterinarian, was enacted at
Waukesha, Wis., when Judge Martin
Lueck sentenced the former school
mistress to nlnetocn years' imprison
xnent at hard labor In the Wisconsin
state penitontlary at Waupun.
More than 600,000 Slavs, -until now
considered enemy aliens, will bo fight
lng against tho central empires with'
In a year as a result of the President's
recognition of a Jugo-Slav legion.
A credit of 115,790,000 to Greece,
tho first under the new financial
agreement between that country and
the United States, was announced by
the Treasury Department.
Germany has agreed "In principio '
to a conforenco with American dele
gates over exchange, maintenance and
welfare of prisoners.
dispute has risen between Turkey
and Germany over possession ot the
Itusslan Black sea fleet.
Strikes following the recent bread
riots aro spreading throughout the Vi
enna district, according to dispatches
reoelved by way ot Zurich.
Slgnor Baracca, considered Italy'
premier aviator, Is missing. His ma
chine fell Inside the hostile lined aft
er It had caught flro during a fight
Phlllo Edward Morrell, Liberal, rep
resenting a small pacifist group in the
House ot Commons, started a debate
on the question of peace by agreement.
Austria's grave food situation, cou
pled with tho apparent failure of the
new offensive against Italy, Is excit
ing pessimistic comment In the Vienna
Ilio execution at military headquar
ter.) at Tientsin ot Gen. Hu Chlen
Chang because of monarchist propa
ganda among his troops, is confirmed
by a presidential mandate Issued at
Four residents of Berlin attempted
to escape from Germany in two aero
planes. Ono succeeded in landing in
Denmark, but the other was brought
down In the Baltic sea by German
In many provinces of Hungary there
Is only ono-thlrd or one-quarter the
food necessary to maintain the popula
tion In health, former Premier risia
declared In a speech to the Hungarian
The transport Sant'anna, proceed
Ing from Bizerta for Malta, was tor
pedoed and sunk on the night ot May
10-11, according to the Havas agency.
There were on board 2,150 soldiers
and native workmen, ot whom 1,512
More than 100,000 persons have
gone on strike in the Volcan arsenal
and the Warschalowskl airplane works
In Vienna, according to a dispatch
from Zurich to the Exchange Tolo
graph. Tho dispatch adds that riots
have occurred at Favorlten, Margere
then, Ottaklng and Brlglttenay, sub
urbs of Vienna.
The food sltuatlqn and the war
weariness of tho peoplo within tho
dual monarchy again are making trou
ble for the authorities. Troublous
tiiues also seemingly are In Btore for
the German government owing to the
lack of broad. In Vienna mobs ore re
ported to have raided bakeries and
stoned tho residence of the premier
and even to havo attacked one ot the
wings of tho imperial palaco. Troops
bad to be called out to restore order.
Hubert (Dutch) Leonard, pitcher
for tho Boston American Icaguo base
ball team, was placed In class one by
the Fresno, Cal., city board.
Marty O'Toolo and Billy Kelly, the
battery for whom Barney Dreyfuss
paid $2S,000 several years ago, aro now
members of the Omaha team.
New regulations issued to draft
boards by Provost Marshal General
Crowder to govern application of the
work or fight order do not rule specifi
cally upon tho status of professional
baseball players or other .classes
which may be atfected, but emphasize
tho section of the order placing gart.es
and sports among the occupations
classed as nonuscful.
According to reports made to the
emergency fleet corporation at leant
sixty-three ships will be launched en
the Fourth of July.
Deliveries of steel ships to the ship
ping board In the first two weeks ol
June numbered sixteen, with 0s tota;
dead-weight tonnage ot 89,162.
Confidential information received
by tho Navy Department In the Brit
ish admiralty's "pink book" showa
that such progress Is being made by
the allied navies In combatting tho U-
boat 03 to score practically a subma
rino sunk for every new ono turned
out ot German shipyards.
Tho sundry civil bill, carrying $1,-
701,701,000 for the ship building pro
gram; 150,000,000 for tho President's
emergency war fund, and $1,250,000
for the committee on public Informa
tion, was passed by tho House.
Tentative plans for tho fourth Lib
erty Loan as Indicated by the treasury
are: Amount at least $0,000,000,000.
Interest rate 4 V per cent. Campaign
to open early In October. Denomina
tion of bonds same as the third loan.
Postal Inspectors arrested a number
of traveling agents ot the Western
Union Telegraph Company on trains
between Boston, New York, Phlladel
pMn, Baltimore and Washington and
seUed suitcases they were carrying
tilled with messages filed for trans
mission by telegraph.
A woman known- at Trinidad as
Mrs. Frank J. Vandcrs, and who, with
a man giving the narao of Frank
Thomas, was arrested at Raton, N. M-,
in connection with the death ot Jos
Marino, a pawnbroker, In Kansas
City, Mo., May 24 last, was Identified
as Mattle Howard, who engaged th
room in the Kansas City apartment
houso whero Marino's body was
Big American air and sea planea
should bo flying across tho Atlantic
to reach the front by next summer,
MaJ. Gen. W. Brancker of tho British
air ministry said in a formal state
ment to the press. He is in Washing
ton to co-operato with American air
What is claimed to be the world's
record production ot marketable pota
toes on one acre, 49,531 pounds, or f 25
bushels, baa been mado on an acre
tract of land near Kanab, in tho south
eastern section of Utah, Just a fen
miles from tho Arizona utato line.
Wfiltrii Hwppr Union Maws Berries.
June H-I5 8tete Press Association
meeting at Albuquerque.
June 14-19 Patriotic food Show at
July 4- Cowboys' Reunion at Las
Aug. T-ll Round-up and Sports Car-
October Annual meeting1 New Mexico
ruoiia iieaitn Association.
Roswell gets the 1919 Ozark Trail
Fire destroyed about 1,000 cords ot
wood at Willard.
It Is stated that Senator A. B. Fall
will be a candidate for re-election.
A Bean Growers' Association: - was
formed at a meeting in Albuquerque.
Tho Twin Buttes Oil Company has
its test well In Otero county down
over 900 feet.
Fred Melton, a young blacksmith,
was drowned at Clovls in the Santa
Fó supply tank.
Tho new Salvation Army building at
Camp Cody, Demlng, has boon com
pleted and opened.
The New Mexico State Press Asso
ciation will hold Its annual meeting at
Albuquerque, June 24-25.
The summer school' term of tho New
Mexico Normal opened at Sliver City
with on enrollment of 280.
Arrangements are being made to
build a concrete dam across tho river
at Tularosa for Irrigating purposes.
Preparations aro well under way for
the big Round-Up and Contest ot
Western Sports to be held at Magda
lena, August 7 to 11.
Enrique Hormandez of Blossburg
was burned to death at Raton when
the houso In which ho was living
caught tire and burned.
Mrs. Eulogla Chaves, 102 years old,
died at her home in Albuquerque
Senility was tho causo of death. As
far as is known Mrs. Chaves was tho
oldest woman In tho state.
Bernalillo county's tax valuation
will be increased by about $1,000,000
for 1918, according to a preliminary
statement mado by Assessor Stephen
E. Roehl to the State Tax Commission.
Becauso of tho need of beet for
Uncle Sam's fighting men In Franco
and the soldiers of his allies, Socorro
will not have a barbecuo on tho Fourth
of July. Instead tho town will have a
The city council ot Roswell at Its
regular monthly meeting passed an
ordinance requiring every male Inhab
itant of tho city between the age ot
15 and 55 years, except students In
schools, to engage at once in some
useful occupation. The penalty for
Idlers will be a tine ot from $10 to
100 or confinement In the county Jail
for not more than ninety days, or both.
Tho second registration during tho
war,- which occurred June 5, has en
rolled 1,314 men In twenty-threo coun
ties, as follows: Bernalillo, 131; Cha-
ves, 83; Colfax, 109; Curry, 68; Do
Baca, 11; Dona Ana, 1; Eddy, 32;
Lincoln, 38; Luna, 57; Mora, 95;
Otero, C2; Rio Arriba, 120; San
Miguel, 100; Torrance, 48; Union,
44; Guadalupe, 16;. Quay, 46; Roose
velt, 26 San Juan, 24; Taos, 42; Val
encia, 33; Sandoval, 18; Santa Fé, GO.
New Mexico's cowmen who now aro
walking tho deck of a warship, kick
ing up dust on tho parade ground ot a
training camp or hurling lead and
steel at tho Hun are to be honored at
tho fourth annual Cowboys' reunion,
to bo held at Las Vegas, July 3, 4 and
5. A monster servlco flag, bearing
stars for all the cattle handlers In
Now Mexico who have gone Into the
army or tho navy is to bo unfurled to
tho breeze and dedicated on the after
noon ot Independence Day.
Cut worms damaged tho 100 acres
ot beans on the C. E. Anderson farm
near Roy so badly that replanting was
The thirty-fifth annual encampment
ot the New Mexico department of tho
Grand Army ot the Republic at Albu
querque, ended with the election of
John W. Terry of Las Vegas, depart
ment commander; S. W. Sherfey of
Las Cruces, senior vice commander;
O. L. Gregory ot Las Vegas, Junior
vice commander; John Greenwald ot
Socorro, assistant adjutant general
and assistant quartermaster general;
S. K. Sydes of Las Vegas, chaplain,
and E. S. Stover, medical director.
Two incendiary fires were discov
ered at Las Vegas, one destroying a
drug store, the other damaging a
tailor shop. Firemen fighting tho
blazes discovered what is believed to
bo an internal machine. The machine,
which resembles a bomb, was fash
ioned from a tin box to which a cap
and fnse had beon attached. The "tiro
bug" used highly Inflammable oil com
bined with somo mysterious explosive,
the combination forming & blaze which
spread rapidly and rondered tho fire
men almost helpless.
The Sheep Sanitary Board has pro
mulgated an order Instructing all
sheep growers ot New Mexico that
after July 1 all sheep which may en
ter the state after that date must
be delivered at dipping plants and
dipped under the supervision of a
state or federal Inspector.
Deposits In state banks have In
creased nearly $3,000,000 in tho last
year. Tho exact figuro Is $2,941,306.93,
aa giren In a condensed statement by
Stato Bank Examiner George H. Von
Stone for a period from May 1, 1917,
to May 10, 1918.
ITALIANS FORCE FOE TO RE
TREAT IN DI80RDER FROM
ALPS TO THE SEA.
DRIVE COSTLY FAILURE
FOOD 8H0RTÁQE 8PREAD8 IN
DUAL MONARCHY CAUSES
MINING AND OIL
Western Newspaper Ualon Newe Strrlce.
Rome, June 24. The first phaso ot
the Austrian offensive has ended in
falluro, in defeat, Tho culmination ot
what was intended to bo the crushing
ot Italy between tho Jaws ot the Aus
trian pincers is rout of the invaders;
With their backs to the swollen
Plavc, the AUBtrlans for several days
nást had heen trvlnir tn ward off tho
vIMmta rnitntnr nHfinlra rt (ha fthllnna '
and savo the situation. Now they are
endeavoring, and still under great
pressure, to ford the Btream and reach
safety on the eastern bank.
From the Montello plateau to tho
Adriatic sea the. enemy is in retreat.
Already his losses aro estimated at
180,000 men and tho chances ot his
escapo without additional heavy cas
ualties and men mado prisoner sncm
Large numbers of tho pontoon
bridges that tho Austriana threw
across tho Piave have been swept
away by tho now torrential stream,
and on all tho sectors of the thirty-three-mlle
front, where they gained
edges of the Venetian plain, they are
being sorely harassed by tho fire ot
tho Italian guns and rifles and by the
machine guns and bombs of tho allied
aviators, who have dono, such notable
execution since the attempted drlvo
Undoubtedly the Austrian high com
mand had built largely for success on
the belief that the Italian morale had
been shattered. Tho first onslaught
tho enemy met a rejuvenated army
which fought1 gallantly, never ceding
an Inch unless It was dearly paid for.
Aiding the Italians In tho mountains
were British and French armies. Ter
ritory taken In tho mountains was al
most as quickly regained and the en
emy held in check.
Large numbers ot the enemy havo
been reported recently as coming up
behind the northern lino in the moun
tain region, and it Is not Improbable
that shortly the second phaso of tho
battlo will begin. Complete confi
dence Is felt in the Italian and other
allied commands, however, that tho
enemy will meet focmen ot superior
quality and that his efforts will go for
On tho battle fronts In France and
Flanders the Germans are holding
their men to the trenches, except for
small. attackB hore and there. There
Is no indication that for the present it
Is their Intention to launch another
big offensive. Both tho British nnd
French have carried out successfully
several minor operations and repulsed
all the enemy's maneuvers. Near
Bligny, In the Marne region, the Ger
mans succeeded in gaining footing in
a trench, but an Italian contingent
immediately ejected them.
Tho serious food ahortage in Austria-Hungary
has given rise to sensa
tional rumors. There is little doubt
conditions in Austria are near a crisis.
Llttlo of the truo status ot affairs can
bo learned, but what little news filters
through neutral countries shows the
Austrian people on short rations, that
serious rioting has occurred and that
general strikes are feared.
Western Newspaper Union News Berries,
Price lor Metals.
New York.-Lcad $7.82ft.
Bar silver 99.
London. Bar silver, 48?4d per
St. Louis Spelter, $8.1008.30.
Boulder, Colo. Tungsten concen
trates, CO per cent, $20.00022.50 per
unit; crude ores, CO per cent, $22.000)
25.00; 25 per cent, $12.00012.50; 10
per cent, $9.40012.20.
A GREAT SUCCESS
Commissioner of Mediation and ConcH
latlon Board Triee EATON1C. the
Wonderful Stomach Remedy,
and Endorsee It,
TRAIN KILLS 60
Injures 129 When Pullman Troop
Coaches Plough Through Light
Cars on Indiana Switch.
Gary, Ind., June 24. The known
death list in the collision between an
equipment train and a Wallace-Hagen-beck
circus train was Increased to at
least sixty with the recovery of eight
additional bodies and tho death of ono
ot tho clrcuB troupo at a Gary hospi
tal. In addition to the known dead,
129 are in hospitals in Gary and Ham-
mond. The rear-end collision occurred
at dawn Saturday between an empty
troop train ot Pullman cars and a
Wallace-Hagenbeck circus train on the
Michigan Central railroad, five miles
west of Gary. Virtually all victims
wero members of the circus. Thirty
eight bodies, all except one charred
beyond recognition, were placed In
Gary undertaking establishments.
Twenty-two bodler have been taken to
Yankees In France Total 900,000.
Washington. Definite word from
Romo ot the report of the failure of
the Austrian drive in Italy, coupled
with the announcement ot General
March, cblef-of staff, that American
troop movements to Franco had now
exceoded 900,000, added to the grow
ing cheerfulness that has been appar
ent at the War Department recently.
General March told the newspaper
men in his weekly conference that
with the 900,000 mark passed, the
United States is five months ahead of
Its schedule for troop movements.
Thn pllvnr rlnfma At thn onrt nf the
uiq xiacKDerry ai Kingman nave oeuu
Steel people have taken under op
tion several manganese properties
Tho Patagonia district is returning
to its own. Almost all ot the old
mines are working.
Shipping will soon commence from
the Pocahontas mine at Prcscott. The
property is equipped with three com
pressors and two hoists.
Phclps-Dodgo Corporation has de
clared an extra dividend of $3.50 a
share, in addition to the regular quar
terly dividend ot $2.60 a share.
Heavy shipments from the Portland
mill at Victor were made by tho com
pany's melt house at Colorado
The Caledonian Mining and Milling
Company, operating in Mining gulch,
near Silvcrton, and formerly known as
tho Peerless San Juan, Is making
ready for a most active season's work.
Tho Jerry Johnson mine, on Iron
clad hill, Cripple Creek, 1b the sceno
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remear tor loss of appe
tite ana tndlttitloD, fe a
Commissioner ol toe D. B.
Board ot Mediation and
Conciliation, it is natural
lor him ta axoresa himself
hi (nerded languate, yea
there U no hesitation, in hi
vw Tame oi uivniu.
Writing f rem Tf ashlnrton.
D. O., to the Estonio Beat
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of a promising ore strike. It was ( HUMORS OF RENT COLLECTING
mado by Lessee Green, who has op
ened up a now ore shoot that Is ship-
ping at Between izo ana S3U to mo
in tho Golden Eagle group, near Sa
lina, Boulder county, tho ore Is a tel
Iurlde, carrying gold and silver, with
quartz carrying values in a sort of
talc. This is regarded aa smelting
ore, but responds to cyanide treat-'
mcnt when roasted.
Central City, reports that the Hom
er mine, located on Central City hill, 1
has entered the list of dividend pay-l
ers. A rocent shipment ot tho Argo
mill gave returns of 2.07 ounces gold,
C ounces sliver and 12.70 per- cent dry
copper to tho ton.
The precise effect of the advance In
railroad freight rates, cffectlvo June
25, will differ with tho several locali
ties. Where concentrates are shipped
rathor than cruda ore the difference
per ton will be small. Tho change
emphasizes the value of homo treat
ment tor low and medium grade ores.
Dutte and Superior reports an out
put ot 6,850,000 pounds ot zinc for
May; ore mined, -19,500 tons; mill re
covery, 91 per cent.
The total domestic copper produc-.
tion In May, aB Indicated by returns of
the leading companies, increased ap
proximately 10,000,000 pound's over
the preceding month.
With an output of 749,733 pounds ot
copper In May, Davis-Daly is continu
ing the high production pace It set in
the first quarter ot this year. Last
month's output was 8Q.O00 pounds
greater than April and brings total
production to June 1 up to 4,107,249
pounds, Sliver production last month
amounted to 35,298 ounces, bringing
the total silver output thus far this
year up to 226,000 ounces.
Incorporation papers were filed by
the Las Huertas Gold Mining Com
pany ot New Mexico with offlco at
Albuquerque. Capital stock, $160,000.
Tho Twin Buttes Oil and Gas Com
pany, of Otero county, Is now down
over 900 feet with its test well, and
has already found considerable oil.
The work of transforming the'stev
ens manganese property on Boston
Hill Into a mine snipping ore has been
carried on with such speed that car
load shipments have been going forward.
Imperial Oil Company of Camden,
which is closely affiliated with the
Midwest Iteflnlng Company of Wyom
ing, has declared a dividend ot $5 a
share, payable In Dominion govern
Wyokans Oil Company, drilling for
the Monarch Salt Crook Company, on
sec. 28-40-79, West Salt Creek field,
reported an oil strike in the fourth
well, Jointly owned by these two com
panies on this section.
American Oil Company reported
bringing in a well in the Groybull oUs
trict. Well No. 2 of the Salt Creek Petro
leum Company, drilled by the Ohio Oil
Company on the southeast quarter of
section 21-40-79, West Salt Creek field,
Is completed and ready for tho pipe
Boston-Wyoming oil Company has
four wells drilling ln th Salt creek
district. Two pioles are being drilled
on tho company's account. The others
for the Joint interests by the Ohio Oil
Seeming Proof That Stern Gatherer of
Landlord's Tribute May Be .
Human, After All. '
A Bostonlnn, owning houses In n'
neighboring city, received the follow
ing stately letter from tho collector of
rents. Wo publish it to show that n
collector mny bo Inexorable, yet havo
a vein of humor In his Iran constitu
tion. The letter was written In Janu
ary: "The soil-pipe, water pipes nnd other
apparatus In the cellar of tho old
homestead qre ln their usual hibernal
state frozen stiff; so Lemuel reports,
nnd ndds that he offered to contrlbuto
to Bill a ton of coal for the furnace to
generate n llttlo wnrmth nnd partially
overcome the deadly, grnvellko chill of
that subterraneous space; nnd BUI
tells me thnt Lemuel Is a cheerful llnr,
nnd made no such offer, and so I tell
both what the other says, and leave
them to fight It out, Impressing on
them, however, that the rent must bo
forthcoming Just the BnmeV' jvtf
No Eats In Heaveft.
Eugene, aged five, having been on a
strict diet for a week, asked one night
nfter getting ln bed: "Mother, do they
have places where you can get things
to eat Jn heaven?"
She shook her head. "No, Eugene,
there arc no restaurants In heaven;
people do not have to cat there."
"Not even mfík" toast?" . , tr ' '
"No," she nnsweféüT" """" .'"Vi
Drawing a long sigh, Eugene said:
"I hopo I don't have to dlo tonight
I'd hate to go to heaven as hungry
as I am."
Compromising with sin only retards
HI I if
the use of foods re
tiring less sugar,
less fuel, and the
minimum of wheat
:or cream than b
other cereals, and
is part BARLEY.
It's a concentrated,
nomical and deli