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TH1 1T1WINQ WORLD, TUESDAY, OOTOBIB 7, lf!4.
372 MEN BURIED No Breakfast Grouch for Hubby in India! which Congress appropriated MtMW. will oo within n stone's throw tat tB White House. Tho plan for the struc ture will nt In with the Ideals of the fine Arts Commission In Its Improve ment of the Mnll from the Capitol to th new Lincoln Memorial. i He Relies on.WiHe to Bull Him Into Hedvew ASSASSIN HIRED AVIATOR CHiEF BY MINE EXPLOSION 10 MURDER VILLA IN LOSING LIFE 6AVEFRANCE AID Troops Took Coveted Position in Attempting to Rescue Senator Reymond. FAILSIN ATTEMP T 282 ARERESCUED Twenty-Five Taken Out Dead and No Hope of Saving 65 Others Trapped by Flames. VICTIMS ARE MANGLED. SThe Bodies of Dead Recovered Show Terrific Force of 1 Crash at Royalton, 111. HtitlRIK, III., Oct. 27. A terrific (raa explosion burled 372 men In the north it ' jo of the Franklin Coal and Cokfl ,pany at Royalton near her V .to-day. Rescuers brought out the miners allvo and recovered bodies of twenty-flvo who were led. The remaining sixty-flvo ore either dead or trapped In the lower levels of tho mine, whlcji arn aflame, and hopes of savlnir them has boon practically abandoned. Helmctcd rescuers of tho State mine rescue stafT, who arrived here at U A. M., and some volunteers are try ing, to ptcrco tho cordon of flames that surrounds tho entrance to tho drift. Thus far they have been un successful and miners who have worked In the drift declare It Is folly to believe the trapped men can escairo alive. When the crash occurred a volun teer corps was quickly formed by .miners of the town, and a telegraphic 1ijpeal waa sent for the State mine res cue car. The huge fans began forcing ulr into the mine. The first attempt to descend was baffled by a rush of flames that shot nearly to tho sur face. The air pressure fought back the flames toward tho lower levels and the first squad of rescuers descended. At the entrance to one of tho levels the rescuers found a heap of fifteen bodies, some of thorn charred and burned beyond recoglton. In still tower lovels . the 213 men rescued were found, huddled together In frightened groups, and muny of them burned and othorwlso Injured. Ten mono bodips worn recovered this af ternoon. The mine was one of the largest and richest In the Ulg Muddy District and Southern Illinois, producing the Un set quality of coal In tho Middle West: The shaft wan comparatively new, having been sunk loss than ten years ago. It was near the famous Letter Mine at Zlcgler, which was wrecked several years ago by an explosion charged to persons connected with labor disturbances, while tho ml no was being operated by non-union men. . ' SUITCASE AS MURDER CLUE. 1 JJM rr Jtoaelht ly Police Trying to Cap ture Stranffler of fJIrl. f j south mil', ina., uci. si. nenrcn rer a mining suitcase ami a girra nil waa being made by the pollco to-day In the hope that they might lead to the arrest of the slayer of flfleen-yenr-old Hate! Macklln, whose body was found In Island I'ark. near here, Sunday. The suitcase tho tfrl carried when he left her uncle's home on the night of August 19 to nifot u man who prom ised her work and the hat she wore the same night tiro mlsslnc. Tho pel I re i--nspil at these slender threads to-day, lacking any other clues, after following to their sources sevoral stories of jtrance men bavins hecn seen near the old shack where the girl was strangled te death. The police believe that some one well acquainted wltU the girl and with tho neighborhood la responsible. Take tablespoon ful of Salts if Back hurts or Blad der bothers. We are a nation of meat eaters and nur blood is filled with uric acid, says a v well-known authority, who warns us to .y constantly on guard against kidney jSfiublc. r Xhe kidneys do their utmost to free the blood of tins irritating arid, but become weak from the overwork; they get sluggish: tho climinative tissues cloj snd thus the waste ii rclnincd in the Llood to poison the entire system. When your kidneys ache and feel like lumps of lead, anil you have stinging iuln in the hack or the urine is cloudy, full of sediment, or the bladder is irri table, oM'iKinj you tn my I; relief dtirin the night; when you have seven; head aches, nervous and diziv spells, sleepless uets, acid stomach or rlieuinutism in had weather, Kct fro n your pharmacist about four iiutii'-i of Jail Salts; take table spoonful in a glass of water before bretkfjst cich morula;; and in a few days your kidneys will act fine. This famous slt is made from the arid of grapes and lemon juicr, combined with litbni. and has been used for generations to flush and stimulate clogged kidneys, to neutralize the acids in urine so it is I . ... ..I I..I.,I .qu luugvi n luuiir , llilianuii, iiiui yWding urinary and bladder disorders. Jaa Sails is incxpenaiic und cannot ?. .T . I . ,.!.. , . injure, raasre a uriigmiili eiirrvrsccm tthia-wattr drink, and nobody can make a mistake by taking a little occasionally o keep the kidneys clean and active. AssVta QUIT MEAT IF YOUR If Tut rWOlAW CDlTO Of StCtCtlM, ...., -. ' "flll aaaaaaaaa 1 U xap 'Rciewcs ir- 7KrfoLuu,tt XftTs 1 " . 1 0 Tua uidiid CUSTOM - aTsTsTsTsTSBV J I L'l lafjl YX 17 He Makes Her Sore Prayers for Him, and It's Good-By to His Celestial Bliss, Explains Prince Ghosh. - By Marguerite Mooera Marshall. "The women of the West have more freedom and ptaure, but the women of the Eatt have more love and happinen." That is bow surprisingly how, tional snapshot to HUKUIBITl H TUASUMl on two civilizations, and It Is to help In New York. I defy any royalty, Oriental or effect of a conventional aick salt, and doesn't care to wear embroidered robe, and a turban in the lobby of the Princo George Hotel. Nevertheless,, he was an interesting figure last even- Ing, with his broneed skin, which exactly matches tho darkest shade of a iiger-liiy, nis piercing Macs: eyes osninu neavny barred eyeglasses and his southern trick or ofnptfatlc gesture. It wus a comparison that I asked of Prince Ghosh, a comparison of his women and our women with respect to advantaged, attributes, general Im portance. And his reply oversd many of our cherished convictions. "I hnvo always maintained that tno Western woman has nil the disad vantages of tho Eastern woman with out her advantages." lie announced calmly. "All over the world we have the type of man who wants td be a beast. But unless she finds him out the American wife has no cheek on him, and for one ease found out nine cases remain hid den. The divorce court demands evidence. Whereas the Hindu wife has a constant check on her husband because she literally holds over him the fear of hell. He oannot get Into heaven, ac cording to the religion in which he fervently believes, unless hie wife Is there and draws him to her. He knows that every sin against her, whether she ie aware of it or not, will help drag him back. Therefore the happiest marriages in the world exist in India, and the Hindus are the only people on earth among whom no necessity afor divorce hae yet arisen. "Why, even the prayers of a Hindu husband are of no avail unless his wlfo makes tho proper responses In her heart I" exclaimed the Princo. "He must pray, you know, before ho cats his morning mcul, and it isn't enough for his wlfo to say 'yes' with her lips to tho various petitions. Hhe must lusjioud tn her heart. And It her hus Mind haH Injured or displeased hor" NO 01 HER WOMAN HA8 AS MUCH POtVtrt AS INDIAN WIFE. "Hnu uuiu.i uui on iiiiiW t fcuuaseu. "Kxactiy," smiled Princo Unosh, 'aim iu j-iayiiii urn all null ,tna voiu. Von Hi u tnc cleverness of tho arrange ment?" 1 did, for persons who tako their praying ncriouly. I shouldn't think a Hindu husband would ever duru glvo way v before-breakfast grouch. "I do not bcllovo thero Is any woman in tho world who has uh much power aa tho wlfo In India," continued tho Prince, bringing hlu clenched fist downward in a gesture of sweeping emphasis. "Thn American wtfo is petted und pampered, but how often does her husband consult her In re gard to his profession or business? Uocs he ask her advice about his new est money-making scheme, or about his dealings with tho political lead el of his district? When the English Parliament was dlscuHsliig homo m'.o for us, a Mem ber Huld that giving the vote to na tives would be giving woman suffrage to India before giving It to England. Ho had been a Judge In India for thirty years, nnd ho told how In case after rase a man stumbling through his story had been pushed nsldo by Ills wife who would win a successful settlement In live minutes. 'The women rule India,,' this English Mem ber of Parliament declared. Among the professional classes tt has become ft proverb (or a man to aay, waea hVa She'll "Hold Out" on Her to many of us Prince Sarath Ghosh of India differentiates between the women of his coun try and of ours. Nor Is hlB statement the conrcrsa be expected from the mere tourist Nephew of the Rajah of Ohoshpara, with a royal ances try dating back many centuries, Prince Ghosh is also n product of Oxford and Cambridge, who tins spent years in England and made more than ono visit to America. He Is the author of "1001 Indian Nights" and several other books, written In excellent English, whllo not a little of his latest work has appeared In American magailnea. Ho has caught the perspective show one to tho other that he ta now Occidental, to live down tho levelling Princo Ohoah. nmlArntanrfaMir UP against a fnc,r. 'IV.ill.tltl I in unrl bsk my wife, MARRIAQt IN INDIA A8 FREE e i r n asa , , ' nand in making her marriage, tin nho uuv.n in America, I iiujcctrd. "How doea a all-l malt hap mnr. nage in the West? 8he chooses among the young men who offer themselves. The youth to whom she is most attracted may not offer himself perhaps American girls arj more lucky, but I have so orten seen that happen In Lon don. Then the girl cannot go after him, but mutt take one of her other suitors or remain un married. In India the procedure is the same, except that no girl is .allowed to stay unwedded. But she would not care to do so, for she has found the true secret of happiness giving. "The propoHuls In India arc o! courso made to tho girls' parents, tiut they naturally come from acquaint ances of tho family. Tho girl has Drohahlv Jlaved elilldlnh i'nni. with all her nultors. Sho hears nbout them , from her father nnd mother, turns up . her noro at one, tosses her head nt u 'Becond, shyly Indicate her favorite among tho claims, and, with tho ap proval of her parents, marries that man. She marries young, but tho so called child weddings arc really be trothals, and a girl in India at four teen Is as old as an American girl of eighteen. "The only Occidental woman who can even be compared to the women of my country in the mat ter of caring fer a household Is the Frenchwoman. 8he can make a delloioue meal out of remnants, but the Indian woman can make it out of nothing. The English woman is positively the worst cook in the world. The Ameri can woman Is superior to her English sister in culinary skill, but she hasn't naught up with the woman of the East. BEAUTIFUL WOMEN IN EVERY LAND, DECLARES PRINCE. "It seems to mo that ovcrv irir. ought to bo taiiKlt domestic dulic," added tho prlncii. "It iwcd not In- terruro with other tenons. I h;iv n Istcr who learned In India to l. a nrst-clasH miuheinatlclitit, :i m.iHtur of munlc.il counterpoint and .1 first class cook. I think thurn nio few even of your college women who e. eel In three kucIi dissimilar direc tions." "Do you consider the Kastcrti or the Western woman morn beautiful?" "I havo found hautifiil woim'ti in every nation," teplh-d Pr'nco (Jhns'i However, It scorns to me that of lata AiMuric.iii anil I'.iiiuuca.i tvu.iit'i, iu allko forgotten that law of fuiiiliune ehsrm which counsels tho revelation l(l (;,,.nc.,(l swltserlni.d. was pli-rred of Just enough btauty to stir tho tin ,n..i..v llflHr ,i.r-, llf ,,imipi. agination and no more. That is ii'" ,"J " "! 1 law which Is never neglcct.il In tho '"I'tort work, Thn tunmd will shorten Indian woman's urramremr.nt of lierirniisvay cniiunun ihih.ii ' "i"'. it costume, Paris has sent you Amerl caim nomo bud iii'tlxtlu swindles in thn name of clothes mi pie H cioilios. rtv iruai yuu 11 iiinrw lliui wuiiiuii here have more freedom In work and 1 do things than your countrywomen?" I "But that any American man should allow a woman of his blood, van a tenth cousin, ta asm har own living it a thino almost in concslvablt to any nativs of India abova tha very lowest elate. The protected woman it universal in my country, A struggling c!rk will cheerfully support a deien Mother, it au. Powewt J V I I A JxV widowed slstsrs, aunts and eounslns. besides his wife and family To permit one of these women to work for a living would be suicidal disgrace" Perhaun If wo owned that strong sense of responsibility for tho relicts wommng tbo 'iVfuuee. "Then you don't think that wo havo womDnr 1 askodmmlly th B"lor" "I should like tu jrlvu my country- women somo nur open n education.' acknowledged Princo Ghosh, "but I shuuld hope that tt would not chango ih.il i.il. i. ...i. ... i.,.. plnesa tho Occidental woman finds bridge parties, d.uiuca, automobiles, iillnftvhlfli urn rtnti rilnn uii i-nu Tha woman of tho Orient known- tint Uwa ' servltiK. Also, though sho h.m less freedom oiithlda tho home, sho has moro lovo limldo It. Hern Is tho chief Influeneo in deciding tho marriages of her daughter and tho nrofessioiih of her sons. Hho never sufforn tho lr- , 'tint jssu n-v aiiiiv.iu tiiu I t treatment hestnwod on mothers: Her children dare lown In her proenco unless 1 reverent Western not Bit down In her oroe sho asks them to do so. Deferring outwardly to lutr hnsl tul, that his precious dignity may remain Intact she his a substance of power which should be envied by rha women who chaso the shadow." NEARLYS2, 000, 000 MORE IS ASKED FOR SCHOOLS Department Requested for $4,000, 000, but Still Further Reduc tions Are Expected. The Department of Kducatlon asked tor about $4,000,000 moro to run the schools thin year than last year. Ily the time tho experts and efficiency engineers of tho Hoard of L'Htlmato had finished with this budget the in crease over last year'x ltn.il budget was reduced to $l,s64,toa. Hut moro reductions arc said to bo in order. The final budget for 1611 was LIS,. 300,240. The tentativo btidjct for 1915 is now nbout $40,000,000. Tho proponed allowance for prorno lions Is $200,000. Tho rest of thn pro posed Incieasca arc $1,100,000 for li.. general fund, which Includes teachers salaries, and $200,000 for tho special fund, from which Janitors, custodians und special lu'lp arn paid. The aub-romnlttce on tun hudi'et , lopped off f:,iK7,Qir. The llHtlru.it" snd Aldermaiilc IlourdH will hnvo on. 1 . portunlty to mako fuither r ductiotis. TUNNEL PIERCES MOUNTAIN.' I " Cle-1llle lri-leli tor Itiillnt I.I li I. a I'rniie,. nml llerlillnl. lir:itNi:, Kultieiland. Oct 25, Wit i'liris. A flve-mllu tunnel thrmrjli tin' Jura Mounluln troni Montlfrs. KrKl,n. nnd Heme and l'nrl nnd Milan. The root nf eultluit Ihn tiinnei IhioiikIi un mountain snn tri.IIOn.ii04 lit thlx mini t(ll. i:aBtHrn Itnllrond of Krinee (on- Irlhlltetl J2,nfill,n'MI tirilrr Hmericn.ri l.luht. for l- Inntle Ast'nur 'liilira. The I'uhll Frivlce ''iniiniloii to day ndftplo.) rinnl opln illi i-e'lliu Ihn l.'inu IsIriuI It illrn.id .'otninn. to iiint.ill system of fniergency IIkIiiIiik 111 Hie AtLmtlc avenue liinneh'. IlrooKlyn, hi .... ., , .., ., w.,.. j ... n .i.n. .... ,. .......... ..ii.. ,n .un-.j in" fi-r.'ii, pj,utii ,iinn tn eirinrrfeney llllhla n.oy ItiniKdliitily Ibe brought nto ute. GIVE CHLOROFORM TO THE BOOZERS OR SENDJMTO WAR Banket Stewart Browne Offers Suggestion Cheaper Than City Sanitarium. It uas suggested fo the Board of ..oimmm w.-ua mat tne city cnioro-. iinn uriinKnrris tne Hopeless, help- If,., hn.d-in.i.i I...II.II-.- " a homo In tho country, where, at the1 iuV'h v.. . . expense, they mny eat fresh eggs and vegetnbleM and go In train-Iliad tng for thn nnxt bout with tho Hon, John linrleycorn. . .. ... nirwnri nrownn, Hanker, big rsnl estntn owner, and all nround cham -' --...a..t seat iiiriH4 UJIIillt plan of thn penplo ngalnst the high . i,,,,i., , lV, ..... . 'mt "r. cUy ' tho author of Ihn chloroform idea, During to-dny's budget argument President McAneny of tho Heard of Aldormnn told Mr. Urowno that In the Improvement of tho prisons It was decided to have a city conducted san itarium In the country for victims at drink. 'It Is much better to send these un fortunates to a farm where they can straighten out than to coop them up In u Jnll," he said. "It seems to mo," sitld Mr. Browne, "that It would I i a nvich bettor plan for the city to chloroform habitual, helpless, hopeless drunkards. What good are these ccn to thn community, anyhow'.'" "It strikes me that that l a pretty light suggestion," shot back Mr. Mc Aneny. "If those men urn hubltu.il drunk-tirds-nnd you sny they are," argued Mr. Urowno, "it appears to me that tney canllot be cured. Bvory one knows that a haoltual drunxard can not, or will not, as a rule, get on his feet." .Mayor Mltchol cut In at this point. "Wo am iryltir. t. work out a vory dlillctilt problem," he said, "and we nro going about It in what In our opinion Ih the wisest way," SuKgestlonH for the itiipressloii of JninkeniirK by chloroform luvu neeu it udii by members of the Hoard of Ksllmate. Ono member think" .i plain Intact chloroform win, id could ha jo'tit out from Pollen lle.-iilqunrters f . 1 i nlt?ht with IliHtrnr Ifinu A-t... , jin,, ,.. 10m,. rr,.N,mnH,es from tl.o White Light dlHtilct. Another, suggestlnn Is that common drunkard .11 .1 hiieml fi'iisilliais mil . 1 ylllVH ,M)Unl ,,. ,,, i:ur;',;a snnc. ' Tllv "f ''dlng ilrunkarda to th country to lecuper.itn was con- .mlt'lHl kit fnuir f!illntll A An,. S4 ... .' nuu.oM a nd it Im n w o im'Zl n m, with all con.dene?.r ! i itlier words a poor rnnn who iroes on I i Hiireo and simply can't ' Mto It olT" will be taken In charge by lilii friends and slilppiii orr to tho city sanita rium. Mioiit a iiuarti i' of a million dollats will bo spent. Mayor M"ohel and 'resident McAneny havi ut fulth ti It. fly tho nd of ton years thry hope every drunkard In town will have been cuted, and that something 'iUe from tln'-e to flvo drinks a day lull be every nun's limit. ,en llnalnnd llaarliall Man l)la. I.nWRM,, Mii., Oct. IT Jsrnri J, Clr-i v. fin live vrnrs msiisgcr of the l.mwll elu nil llnaeball Club of the New Kn- Imue, died suddenlr lo-.l-y. in 4rt,.t. 1 .... -I I... . ..... i ,,'( ... , . 'I i ,. ., .u i-- ,l.,lrl - .mi, i.iif.i, . . ,...,... i.i. ...... . . i nib oj:iill. liooer lll , HiinrffillH low I local team won tho leuguo Vsnneiit twlca. . Put to Death Himself After Confessing He Had Acted for Friend of Carranza. Kt. PA BO, Tex., OcU 27. An at- tempt has been mad to assasslnits Oen. Francisco Villa by an ngent said to have been commissioned and paid by one of Oen. Carr.tnr.a'a stnunchft supporters, said a mess.iro sent to the. Associated Presi to-day by Luis A trlrr rtensvldcs, Oen. Villa's first see), retnry. Tho wnuld-bo assassin, whose name was given as Francisco I. Mml.i. tt was said, had been executed nftvr making a confession beforo denrge f. Carothers, the American Consular AgtnL ' The acctisa..on rnuaed much excite ment. The telsgr.im from Villa's ec- retary said Mugla w.is apprehended at aundalupe. when. Villa with his troops has been awnltlng tho outcome of the conference. Tha ofllclal report stated that thn nrlsoner Just nrlor to ' his cxociillon told tho Villa olllccrs In the prnsenso of Carothuni that ho hud . I been paid a large sum of money nt I Mexico City. In his possession was ' round incriminating ovldnncu nnd a liiade I pistol. "Mr. Consul, please advlso your 1 Oovornment and my family that I , died a traitor," Mugla was quoted as naving aaia. The accused wan an ardent Insur gent. It was Mugla who assassinated a Herman consular ofllclal In Mexico City sosne yearn ugo. Oen. Villa notified tho convention delegates at Aguascallentes of tho matter, suggesting to them that they "act In tho present rase as Justice and the Mexico honor demands." NEUTRAL JURORS WILL TRY THIS DAMAGE CASE Talesmen All ForeiRiiers, Yet Ameri cans, They Tell Lawyer in Court. Prospective Jurors who were ex amined in Justice Phltbln's part of the Hupremn Court to-day felt beforn their examinations were completed that there was a war going on In Eu rope. In that court Alfred Zimmer man, administrator of the estate of the late Harry Hor! It, son of a prom inent hotel keepor of Oberhessen, aennany, In suing Uronnuel 8. Ull- I w, ,...,, strwti for mm damages for injuries ullnged to havo een sustained ny norm in nn unto ' momiM acciaeni on tne t nntrni .rant . bridlepath. The n tito was owned by Ullman. in tno course oi inn ciuiiuoning tno . tn..men wero asked whether ihnv any piojudlco against Oerinany. f" ,h" admlnlstnitor wins tho rnso nn", ,n" J,uy ' f"" "J'int I of damages sued for It will go direct i to Oherhessen. where, tho father of Horllt and his next of kin reside, Many of the Jurorn nxpronsod their neutrality, declaring that although they wore horn In fori'lgn countries thoy lived In America, wero American cltlsens and believed III observing President Wilson's neutrality procla mation. GANGER GURE CLAIMED BY CHICAGO DOCTOR Continued Treatment With X-Ray and Drug Mnthoriuin a Suc cess Says Gustav Kollsclier. CINCINNATI. Oct. 27. Dr. Oustnv Kollsrher, head of I ho Hiitllo-Thorapy Dnpnittnent of Michael ller.ee llrnpl tnl, Chicago, In a report to tho MlHiln slppl Valley ftndlr.il (V!i.ioclatlnn, in session here tn-d.iy, declared lie hud succeeded In curing cancer by a com blned treatment with X-r.iy and dru mcsothnrlum. Mr. declared thai, fol lowing this treatment, eight cases had been discharged cs completely rtirrd at the ltcero llnnpjtal. Dr. Kollseher demonstrated Tils trentment with two patient ho li.nl brought with him from Chicago. II. hold the treatment Is uiicecnsful In c.iseei which ennnot bo oper-itod upon and thnt It nleo la used after opera, tlons to prevent reourri'ticn of the din case. NOT TO CALL CONGRESS Wllaun llaa o lulrullmi "I lr. ilrrlnK iprcll sraalim. wASiuNfiTON. on ST. I'r. i.t.t , wii-on let It ii known Kiti. ixiit mi i iti,,! he has no intention of iiiuu i I ,rii session of i'.nnm nftet .-m . ' " I .inn Thie wis inrno ta I In Congiess heTom udjournninit t . extr.i i i.'aslor, might tnlie up (egUlnt. n to in. I ADVICE -ABOUT HOW TO REMOVE UNSIGHTLY HAIR .lMl? a fr itnia rl F.I IUli.. the UtiH hit r-iAovM. en ttw elh, In a, rt'i uiomri.i u lMaie haraiff iiru.i ti.1 I.Kuitel. .Mu ms 't "i") a lah cl" "" ",rf ' tl e tut rii remma L'.l lla.i t tm nit ktd ihtitajruU rt VOmu lot LIPil It t a n i lrwirt fitf VVoiuViif'' .''Ti 1 l"'!,7,L't .'nJ, We AiVUif h.t .'li ji . ....(hi., rl.lHu.1 Vi. iff rnnn., It ...it " , ' , , , ' , ... ,., mi, i .itiii. li. rjvi .i.l si rai r. I il.l. . ..j .,..1 .i.n.. i,i.n( .(.I... , .lira,-, ftJL"" VaS. ,,s " " ' ' PARIS. Oct. 27 (Associated I'ress).- llefnre dying flcnator Kmlle ttevmond. President of the, .'rational Aviation fommlsslnn, whoso machlno was hrmipht down by Herman gunflro last weok, dictated a long and clear re- port of his reconnaissance which was vory ureful to tho French com mnnders. Hen.tor Iteymnnd's death also was the occasion of n it nf arms. Ills machlno had landed between tho trenches of thn French nnd th Ger mans nnd whrrn tho latter were pur-' tlctllarly strong. Tho French had sought for twenty day ta dislodge them strategically, vhlrh was u slow i,n'1 H'"cult proiest nnd costly In m' thn aeroplane- fell the Orr- man!, ""Jilted from t trenches and ,0" "K,n ,,lno- Thereupon ; ,,p reni n rngngeu inn tinrmnns in hand-to-hand fighting, which assumed erent vlotenin nnd nfter snmn tlmn the nlllcs succeeded In gaining the much wnnted position. Site for Itrri I rna Itiiltrflnft. WAKIIINOTON. Oct. ST. Work of tearing dnwn the buildings mi the Sev enteenth atieet situ whore the American Ited Croim building Is to bo erected as a national memorial to thn women of tho civil war waa In progreaa to-day. Thn building, which In to coat 1700.000, of SNOL tntistptic liquid satp ustd in the lick. room protects other members of ycur houichold iiintt illness by killing til harmful gtrmi. Far numerous umb pleats read the boob let tntloi-d in the Synol ptckate Furnished as Rooms $49.1). - MAu Credit Term o3 $50 5 V 70 100 BANKING AND FINANCIAL. Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific R. R. Co. to Tin-: HOLDERS OF COLLATERAL TRU'.T B0XDS OF 28.2 I Tlit imtlcrsipncd CnmaulUx- has itdoptol n plan ami agreement designed tn ftturc the tliMribution. iirr.cng hondholt!rr dnKisiting under the plan, of i p!((IkI Mod: of the tJpcrnliiiR Ccnipany upon their compliance with the plan i and aKii-ctnnil copies tu which may lie ol)taintl en application to the Depoi- hm iiuu.t inu- niii ,uki iik; 1 1 ninu In order to participate iti Hie plan .. .at. Sl.'VlfH 1)41 ff'fllf f'lt III 1 kill vsiui vi-.iiiai. imi v.w.mivv.ni umjiT tlx: plan and aimiment, at its oflicc. fl WAI.I. STKEET, NEW YORK C 1 1 . iii.nd'i inu't he (ltiosiUtl in transferable ftirm, and, if coupon bonds. must i;c acaimpriimsl by the couixns tr.aturim: tn and after May 1, 1014. and :iny tax in coimcctioii 'sitli t-ucli cIi jiomI iinpn-iT. by any law in font nt the lioi.i ,! rn.l L.iioit 1,,'r ..II lw.. .1 , .1. ... l. . h ,! ...Ill 1 " cl I "" ' ' ui,h.i.iii uic wr losn.iry "ill issue us cer- " inl rf tli.-.l in l:tau. fmm with mivilav, ftp Mraticn. ApplicaUon V. i 1 1 1)0 IIWlli' 111 (llle COIirW to list ?1IC) lITtifinitCS (l' llrposit Upon the New York h'tticl: Kxdiatixf In the nies nt diMutbtd financial miltec to provide any rrn&idi ruble amount of cash to le )aid to non-depositing immllioldcrr. Tlw only way thtrefcre that Hie Cci'imittce can safely bid for or can be sure of rtrquinr k tht nltdeix' utrk is Vy having deposited with It practically all of the ouistird nr. bum's TiiECKAvn ti in smmtr mi ci attahttt to ERY BOr CI C 1 1 1 F , At I 11 1 II t& A PflMlFC MXUSITY FCK 1M1VUIJL' u: nlTC&n (1 JCM ifbamiciiiis uesok niEccNinnuiur ci hi nyr fit in kisii'ieiiioi THE PLECCU; .nTtlK tU aLaCi.llir C ULt LLlllLkS AS PmO- iur.n in iti: plan. Dated. New York. October 10. 101 X. J()1.IN'K. I.AHKIN - U A II I HONE CliAVATII & HENDERSON. Counsel. C. V.. SKJI.ER. Secretary. 54 Wall Street. New York City. e Of all the spicy tuut, there's none quite like that of gingerbread made with P, res SCLF-RAI no Mada ao t M can buttaf. U eu a I ft W up molass, H cup mi:k. Is cups lrrstc, I tutpwn flnttr, H tta poon cinnamon. Cream the butter, add I ha sugar, molaaa ami yoU of ass. Mlsandalfl tcolliar t!:r dry Insrcd'ants and add then alternately Willi tha milk to tha tlrnt mlatur, L "r, cut In tha beat en white of ef. tlaka In s modarata oven. Than try the other recipes yoall nnd In snd on the Presto package. The? HO ComD4ny. Buffdlo.N.YI wdniTi or n u.iorre.rtiQrresiy.i TIOcUAIII REMEDY Rapidly retievetCokfs Coughs SoreThroat Branchial AfecttoM At all Dm K 1st. f f This 2 -fiece Rojds F.at Sit le.wjre bet, M ll.uiiralc-. wiln cv.tv purchase 1 at lsa,.$Ji.l. Casta er CreJH. BANKING AND FINANCIAL. nutMnnihri; lxinds must be deposited 1111 (! Illl .a . ui' ir. iuki. tne u Depositary conditions ii is imncssible for il fm. JAWS N. WAUACE. BErUSARU M. OARICH. JAMES HKOWN. HENRY EVAS. CHARLES IIAYDEN. FKEOEKIfJK STHAUBV, t IT Ufl iWmf FREE 1 ; ... . A Jus .. -L