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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912.
TWO fHFor CARVERS ROASTERS BAKE DISHES PUDDING PANS R A ABE & 115-117 JVOHTII durinpr the nlthl "r perhaps m dawn "Mlolihl this l.lti.'il Mlrniil, tll fammiM lin' ii"' won. T'" Turkl.1 uriny has no nit. rnuilie lnl n-nri-111. tit to Oonstulltltlolilo. If tin- ;i '" attain r,.rcuts II "III break nit" nciher. There merely will In- u n-pc-lillnll of tin' scenes lifter Ho- I'mHIi of l.ule l:uruas, with i In- urno uiriv in, ill KI II Mi I Kill I limteiid of Ti -IiiiIiiMii.' Hiirtli'll. was nniilili' lo Ktnv .liul.tfnll ih In- wns nlmed Mini nut ii r in-- r.ft end escorted to Ui- ri-ni' and .bred to proceed 1 1 1 I r nunrd lo I'mi stur.tirioplo. Hi- iiliiiiin-'l. however. I t.i-ioik nwiiy In Hi'' iii'iinliiK mid pi' cud across Ho- country lo the end of the luiltli'. Tin1 correspondent ill dispatch fully .-ntiflrnm th cholera scones, tin- horror 111' HaVS In- cull ii'-n r cflnee Wit III HI lltlolllel e tririlil, of which I t ,,111 lll cille.il ill -,. I hi owe los wen lllilld. Aw there Wile HO MM r.iiiKi-iin-iiiK, the victims wi-r out to ilii-. Thi-ii Ho- I'o'li I.MBIIIv covered Willi II Him lnvi-r ol earth. "TheNe IttlllStlv IIIOllllils," ll i.i .1, t UT the Whole HI III I . there l ll" inciiplHK them. Cut those Imrriil scenes I'"''' I" kIkihI n '"'' when i-mii-pnred with the horrors of I lad.-in keitl. where llH- remnants or Ho- defeated iirmy finally rallied. Tin mi- iiimi, who lived for '! lii.vn "ll lili'-n ii. ill, ol scraps of offnl idekeil ni In march yield the ureal. -si niiinliei- of victims, j never iiettuilly eiiiin-il the Ulan.- of ll.idemkeiil, because the slums mil Hide. caused me lo HUM III)' the opposite direction. The which llnilenikeiil lies, view, the IUIIh, Im the valley of tin of death." UNe In lley in VII I from HhlllloW I.HMW Ml I I'll- IMIMtl llS town iv nsi:v i, i .iti i ks Athens, Nov. I'll.--All offleliil report from Trlkela, Tlu-ssily, snys the Turk Alluinla chief, lleklr Ami, wllh n thoiiKiitid IrreKiilniH, tiiklnm inlvn man. of the iiilvnnee of the (iieek iirmy to wards the interior of MneedonlM, made n sudden lilKht nttiiek on liicvcnn. He drove out the Inhabitants' iiml plllaM ed tin. I burned the shop. E Committee Refuses Consent to Consecration of Rev, Dr. II, B. Silver Because of Domes tic Difficulties. Mnrnliif Jimriiiil fiimrlnl I ciinc! Wire I Allniny, N. Y.. Nov. '.'H. TI Velltlon of the lOplsiopal dim All'llliy lodlly elflnlse.l the Hie eonvint Ion's rlnndliiK III refnslliK rolisi-nl lo the Hon of lley. I'r. II " pekll, Hull.. Hie mull elee of Klilisns, lie.-nnse he Is i ul i mi mil 1 1 r. of d I. ii dii o To ll. ,, nin n. The miuter wnx hroiinht l.efore the convention today when n resolnt Ion witn ndopled ,-ndoislni; the adi.-ise netlon of the HtiimlitiK i-oiinnlttee on the Mioii'id ttinl the eonsei -rnllon "I Dr. Silver "Intm, In til, ptei. II. Ill I ol ces divo'-ee mid r, uiarii.ine Ij.ter tt.o I'i'Moliil ion hv stiikinn out Hpecifh Dr. SlKer'n nam.' nnd n Hik the eollllllitlee's toil of dil vas nn. li.cl.t t nd, ll elely end ,11. ritii'Mts or iiimioi' s hi: wii i. in: onsi t it n Topcka. Kan . N, 1 ir. S.h i-r. i .-, '-nt v nd.iuloi for Isansa ehurchiniin loot I :ii I'ii.'iuh hlslu ,p li'liliilll nli'l ,1 ,nl ,ti tw o v, ;,i s. Th ,lc I in iim.il,' while I chaplain ill tin- nrniv. The divorce del I-. have known In I 'pis. op. 1 1 church iliroiivlii.nl tlo I i. lied Stat Some time, the fi lends ,-i,ld, il. It W; suld he was i! I . 1 , t , , he II . I'-, S for ,,r, e on 1:1 oiiiids I ha I pr 1iit.lt hi. . no nil.. t'.in iniirried avail, while a of ll.e Kptscopal chlll.il. II tn iiss. rt, d l. i hureli oi l U VII., illN.e her.- lh:ll it. ii. 11. pie, n of t In enl Ihe . Sihcr ,. lo till ol , I,, led ll dl.'.-ese will li, -I , r.t .1 il I M. Ill- lion of tile I lot- bishop. 1 l.l-h,',s 1,1,. i mil ll leal inn Ml a in. 111. f"l inviiop.i i i ( i i i:i!ii i l I li OI.V M lilt sK ! Inc., In. N I-., N I-, r.-i sih , r w p. It v 1- j .i(c.. pn I , huti - Ilev II 11. dv ii in ! ,l..- of h of I II. .ill (.bout I ten or Inch,- i , ..is ,u TJm-oin lb .1 I." ntaii SeW i il. l- rt. ii, is of I,. .Hi i:,. ver Sa.,1 tolilihl .1 known lh:.l Hie two b.,1 II .. their belief pr, ,-oilu.cK had !, . nl it h i.i in: .Vis A m, i v. and W ;,s I..',, I M lhal 1. II lie Mis SH ten. I ,l!i I aled. .In or. e l-bt bl the: I licit r am- Icilio-iii'.ii vii,.. ih.it ncn.'i, w..s 'IIHell.pl.il. ,1. V S-ntor llmniT In smie ilsllllstoll. i-i "a.-- t S.r.t,.r ItaM.i r. .f M.m In me lime has l i en .-i it e in a Mate i f coma day. of i omn ml. d si i nd. w I... I ,lh 111, w EPISCOPAL BISHOP IARRASSED BY DIVORCE Afraid of It? Go To Your Doctor AfraiJ to use hair reparations? Don't know exactly what to do? Then why not consult your doctor ? Isn't your hair worth it? Ask him if he endorses Ayer's llair Vi;or for fulling hair, dandruff, a hair tonic and dressing. Have -.onlidcnce in his advice. Follow it. lie knows. j caw.. I -w. I V Thanksgiving- KNIVES AND FORKS COFFEE PERCOLATORS FOOD CHOPPERS STEAM COOKERS MAUGER ri'HST STUEET TURKS GAIN FIRST War Oonospondent Declares Assailants Weie Driven Back from Tehatalja Lines with Heavy Loss, fllv lf,rn,nf .1, turn,. I Wp.-hit lnil I on. loll. m. ''l. Mali in II. Inn-, ill lla li nikeiii, Mii.. ill'- I' W'lr 1 I lolio- il t nlie of Will t lll'lie, Tiirkn, . pto t M nliy vii ly In Kiiin i' 'Ii' rial, I tills IIOVl' del Ii, who h; fnvor of d the fliHt t ut their III, hod VMlltlIKe hIiiiiiI. "The hold tin Mlnrmed duv inn In th I ! 1 1 1 K i 1 r 1 1 1 1 1 M in lolvatlii'd liiisil 111 Itltteh eoHl hilVlnn failed c lin.thl to ohm the the pi i to milk hud ions tiny iti-pi-i-KKloii on keiil, hiive now- the fall rts nt llndem liiiek with their heavy artillery. As I rented Hie Turks nin reversing nil previous th nemy re ed them, thn; expelieneeH In the i-nmpiiiKn. "The fli:tiliii( was Hey The 1 1 ll I - irarlnn loss, esiierlnlly llH', WilS coltslileral'le taken hy lite enemy i while relr.-at-All r.-iloiililr re reoei'llpieil hy Ho- Turks, who an nt heniini; off uiiiil Hi'-, m neh eolisldi fluted the ItiilKiirl.iii ntinek. 'It Is prohlihle, however, Hint the IliilKarlans regard It merely us n re eolinalssnllie In foiee, deslllln-d lo tesl the HtfetlKlh mid vii I in -la I ' i 1 1 1 y nl the Turkish wotks. '-IM, III sides nle exhausted hy Hie fearful nrtllleiv duel. The Turks ills played mi Infinitely hi Her flKhllni! spliil than hlllt in pa rl li-nlar sh lit Their Inl'anl limit'! ,le st .il ItesH ii ll 1 1 nmrale, "Piil'iiH llitti-as. at Ihe extremi ii n or Hie line, and HlyuU I 'hi-kmi-ill. auain III Ho- h Is of the Turks. C 'om punitive t ru mi ul I it y I evnlls Indus. iiiiillery fir flunks. The reserves lire They llllllll Willi oeeiisloiially n Utile imf nt tin- rluhl nnd h-lt fin, r ( lass of Turkish now on Ho- fuiim line, t-i , Hi sleinlllll ss. 'The lasl etulal'i tin lit ! enlaileilj ha- Ufinl losses, The Turkish w are now I i Iiik served decently ii ml ainl n food Ifllatice corp. into lladi itilsi ui." ls tren ttiliiK I I I M U " I'.IIIIIUV I L ' I Willi ll III l. ill: ; iti s. lollK ills , desclih. I Martin II. Iioimhnc, in n pnleh lo Ihe Dally rhroniii, Im Tuesday's l.alllc. says; "Th.- Turks w i re fichl Itu; . life nnd dentil hnllle nnd Naiiii I'asha re all,',1 the s, i inusncHs of his position If the IhlliMl i.ilis iMleeeeile.l ill I, leak lint thtouih tin- lilt nnd tlllnllll-. Ill linked! liaiik the , iicnii ;,ss Ihe main lead to S; 1 1 1I n si, I'a ii for i n lu ivliy i iiMim; nil tin- Turk into the apilal. All ilal Sunday, alltnu ,.,e, to Severe plltli-ill links foni;ht wllh far tin, ,-ii nl. sill, I le si, ill I hu II ll I till,- 1 u I -as. lite ..nil Hie Villi aniiuiiiil n l.rv was n.-rs hett lion. Moml ish Olltel nl, an, Ion, heller r husl set led nnd ,tl,e,l their y I colli, i see Hint line of defenses I he Turk had heell 1 nnd the lll.lfuli shelling the ll.e Turkish "It soon i hnd mould second lite1, up w Ii ich Infalllrv had rclilcd. as .ha I I hu t III, I lul:.-, d i;il le, in Ihe t a d in I"' III,, 11. The sill; Old Ihe hills 1,1,, ( i of III, I hi n burs ,1 eb.s III. I 11 sh cm. In,: Sll , , III,' SI, .1.11 I liilV o et- death Turk and Ih "Th, T. -h.ila Tuikish hit. ml I'I ' III ., k I M l- .' Mill. ICC W . I ,' i't be isol.il . ll ll:, I ll lis led 1 1 II the .. . tuls ., , il, III. ii.e Iiul, elttel Inn Ho lose 1 . ei,, le r. ,k,-n. ihc km ,1. This ap s Ic.iipemiig i:i.tUir,l ttle old ,i.f, hi,. Se atl.l esl.ll.lishe.l enl, l- of ll.e sellll like a 111 ell nl,, III,- Tmki-li I. .Iiie.l licit ll. I ll.e oilier ,,c .lllilil'. aller a f, Hill is had i k in i at I ..', lo el.le IOM." il Turks. III, I, mo w e Mb, 111 the Hi.l till. 111. II hie. I 1 1 1 1 'I ii ti i. Till kis h Infaiiii ii iiik ill, da . III. led. 111. I llib l i nl e r of llle I.iv , I e 1 1,! ban . iiifa.iirv 'Ulbls l.elt .I..I kilos The l: ,1 kc HI I, - .1. I. l.-e V ell til, :. t a., I itio .!, -uiu r, ii. nl' Ti.i 1. "ii T il kc-h Ii .t. lb, 1 1 i k i nl in: ii I, lllo V.. 1,1. Ill I. . V" u iil old. ADVANTAGE FROM BULGARIANS HulCflNE WORKS HAVOC ON ISLAND OF JAMAICA Tidal Wave, Rosults from five Davs of Heavv Wind and'. Roads Arc Wrecked and Vil lar'cs Near Sea Destroyed, III MoruliiK . KillK'toll, Western (till I has lii-en d' I.Mirnul hif,-lid I.i-.im-iI Wlrp.l .(amnion, Nov. I'd, --The of tin- island of .lainnh-a -....stated ,y n h iirrli an'- ; liiKtim? five dnyM. ! A Rr'-iil tld.il vviive Iihh mwi-iI over Hie north mid Hmith coiiHt, pi nil iiul l.v vviplni? mit .Suv.-iniinh l.iniinr mid Idii-ii, tow im of eonsldi ra iiie iriiport- i 11 tile. ; Ari'oidliit- to ii report l.rotmht h.v a Kte.lllier, forty-two pilsntlH were ; killed at .Molili-Ko hli.V. j All the rnudM Inn i- heeii w r,-i ki-d i.-iloiiK the southwestern emi'-t mid ln- i en li'll 1,1 11i- (IlllllllUe ha.l heell done, : t'oinmiiniratlon In-tw-een K itiK-ton mid jtlte i-i-n'.-r of destrni lion is not likely ! to lie II HllllM-d for it w, i-k. The latent reports Itnliiati- Hint 'tidal wave swept over Siiviiiiiiiih the l.a- ma r a nd jid.l.'ii-i ut ill; t i r of ii mile inland. ! the It tirrieii no ext'-mli-i eliKl wa i d I o 1 1 lai-k i ll ly-flve miles from Si ' W here the residenl ii utiar If, i ts of Tit Intm the i-oiist , aiiolil tuen ltiiiali I.iiiiinr, iiiail' r vvns wrecked. "STARVE THE FLY" IS SLOGAN OF Chairman Edward Hatch, Jr,, Declares Swatting Must Give Place to Moie Effective Clean-Up Method, Ilty MnnilnK ,loiiriinl Mr-tnl l.pjiMCif Wlrt liiltlmore, Nov. Ii ii . In presenting Ihe report of ihe fly flKhlinK conitni slon ol the A on i lean Service nssocla lion, meelini.'. lu-ie tniiay, liiulrmaii l-alwnrd Match, .It-., expressed the hop,, lhal I hen- may he no more fly killing contests. This sentiment took the nssi-mhh-d fly lighters l,y surprise which was d'ssjpated, howevef, when .Mr. Match said: ,,, UH ,, much or loo 1 j often upon cleanliness us the heum- niiitf, middle ami del oT Ihe fly fiuhl iliK : 1 1 1 . 1 1 ! 1 1 l . to -swat Ihc fly.' -.Kvvnt lite fl-,' as n sloyuti musl i-i- Wlty lo '.' tan e Hie fly,' The latter Is more euphonious nnd infinitely more prac tical," Mr. Malch suniinnrizctl n serieH of rcporls and snid the en mini it.', ll Is now I world-whin nnd Hint loiters nskiriu; for mil h e Iiiiv.i heell received from , l-'rntice, KtiKliind, I In l.v, Irelund. In ' il lit, Kwypt, the I'hlllppines, Korea, A lis) r.'i tin, Hawaii, SiiiKupore, tiihu ntt, X'eiuv.uelu. While ill Iitcalionnl vnlne of fly killing cnuipuiuns can not he over i-s-li 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 . I In- l epot l said m-cuter re sult.j tnirhl I.,- o'llailcd h.v com llel i UK ' iM.palf.ns u'.'ullist dirty stnhles lllld I'.n I. iiib., nailmce lu ups mid dumps. idi.Ds isi: iii xi) hi: ami (.ItlC I.A.Aii'.: i;i;,i,i. ...iiinine removes the cause. There is niilv line "li ,MU y I 'IN INK." Look for the signa ture of V. Cli.iYK. r,.-. i i a i n; I'p hy Mnr Repair Bills Auto, Owicr hino Thrown Rid of It, Rolled OliltMS Aw; iv ' I H.v M riling ,1itrrtnl Spi-.-kil LeiiNerl Wlr 1 it. ti an, isc, Nov. -JO. I thcying : the ,,r. lot j Hal I. of i chauffeur, I' bis employer, 11. 11. ikl rn, I, .lames 1 .il. a i . J I. .,,,n automobile off Hi, rear of a f.-i rv boat In San l-'rnn-.. bay i".l... When liiforined I lb.- ma. bin.- had been sunk in bay. Halt wrote to the railroad I 111: '111 con, pain, otiiriio: lo pay the expense it the o.mpanv would send a pile Ci ,-r to hall'inei- the automobile I ' into th.- oa. 11.11 de "drown'- Hi.- of ias reached alt. pair bill amount crday he call.-, telldll.!: .till iblle it li.ol lolled up a r lli to f:., I. ,0. Yes I n int.. his library. "Take that . nr out and lose It he n't lose it, , II Know n. and brine; il i sink It In , Plied I.itZ. ...Iv it's would I ,11,1 II "iil 1 ll the ll. ill, tie of Ml. .id Halt. i haiicur left , fust nine In The lor ih his mission, i , ks the car ( station and ! boat. lit?.1 i h im the When the I w . m.ooibh to the f. w. s de. ) boat I ll I . I s ' Ibr. dm, ll al.oard I the mat.- t. lb, sh, st -pot in tin- harbor .nan had .lesiulu t.-d sleallhilv rail tile car the placet lo 1 he v. s- i ..ploll Thill he plllbd will. the The ll CRUSADERS CHAUFFEUR IPS U N V MOT Go NTO BAY .1,1 b .M,l ! Ul.' .leek I, il. i-plaMivd ia'i' the buy AGED VETERANS ATlSTATE DEPARTMENTiROOSEVELT LEADS SOLDIERS IE ; FED ON ELEVEN Serious Charges Brought Be fore Senatorial Investigating Committee Against Manage ment of Institution, WITNESS COULD NOT FEED CAT ON SUM Deficiencies in Bedding, Bath Tubs, Heating and Other Necessities Described in De tail at Hearing. I II v Maiming Jnurnnl Sliretnl I.rakrd Wire. I l.os All'-I'ies, -Nov. - . -Serious 'liiii'KeH of nilsmu iiuKenienl w ere made hy John S. Met Ironrty, the first witness culled In the si-niitorinl inves timitlon of coiiditionw nt the Suwtelle Soldiers' Inline, which hcijun todny. Mcf.roniiy, who Is a liewspuper writer nnd edllor of a miik'uzlm', made on investiK.ilion of the home and the resolution Introduced hy Semitor John D. Works, which resulled In the ex tensive senatorial uelion, was hnsed on n nineuzine urtiele hy .Meilrunrty. The witm.-ss ileclure.l thut the mun-ui-emciit of Hie home was "unsympa thetic. Dim Di I mid in orheiirinsj ;" that the food wns not fit to cut nnd Hint j Ihe sleepim; itiinrters w.-rii "posi-livel- inhuman." A meal descrihed hy the witnesses consisted of cold soup, "linn i.n.l hominy," polatoes I, oiled in jackets, a chunk of ul mi rBiii-ini' and coffee minus niiu-ir mid milk. After cnlini; Ihe soup Ihe Vetcrnns dumped the other food into their soup howls he eutise there were no plates, nnd no one wits allowed a. "second helping," he hii ill. The cost of mollis, snid the witness, ometlities run us low as 11 cents a 11 1 ii ti for thr.-e meils. "I couldn't feed my pet cat on Hint." commented the witness. "Cut suppuse you hnd ,(100 cuts lo feed what then?" itii7zeil Senator Jones, chuirmnii of the committee. "Nor .'.null euls, either," replied .Mel iron rl. v. DeMerlliiUf conditions in the dormi I olios, tin- witness said thut from twenty to fifty men were herded to rt I her in each of ihe linrraeks upon Utile iron cots upon which were nint tresseM nn iif-h thick and from fifleen to twenlv ,a is old. Only- one hath luli was pio ided for each 1, arracks. Nearly cyerylhiiuf connected with the system of nil niinisi rn I ion wns eon . I. nine, I hy M.-i li-oarty. lie said that III.,- to.,, at,S Were COIOOelled to oll- sc.e i-,,s moo K" , o,o ,,i in 'clock, nn on.- of his visits, he said. the I i I ,-:t ry wns so cold that the men Weill lo I, I'll III keep Will-Ill. iilhoroulosls path-tits in the hospl- (a I, Sel e only 1 1, the I Wel-e thai oral I i. I i I i t ions. colli ill lie.) I lie I mid oilier witness, were nisi a ininur food .1 rare intervals. I., lioehy, a former inmate of iniii', testified that the veterans denied the rinht of petition and old soldiers had hoen dish. in- discharged heciiuse they had mod for a l.etteriiu-nt of coinli lle also ehaiK'e.l in Isma nii)fo- Illelll of h The ill V. nnd. 'tin ken ll.illee of the inve-.. .1. tines I'., nssuuii d . ; hospltnl. t icn lion l.v a c is the first ever ni:ressioiial cf.m- I'ending I lenernl oric, has LE DELIVERY FOILED BY REPORTER Columbus Newspaper Man Has Himself Locked Up as Pick pocket and Learns of Plot of Prisoners to Escape, Mnrnlnr JtMirnnl Spri-lid I.e.iwif Wlr.t Columbus, Ik, Nov. Jn. A reporter for a inoriiilig paper in tills city who had himself arrested on a fictitious charge of being an expert pickpocket of Cincinnati (..night prevented the es cape of five men from the city pris.m here today. Otic of ttie men in the escape plot is Harry linsk. iie, wanted in St Louis for forgery. H will be returned there tomorrow. The other four ale local men arrested on niiuori charges. j The newspaper man act.-, I for lhc warden of the prison who ha, reason: to b.ii.Ae that a plot to escape wns be-' j ll. g nia.ie. i.iuiny limn. iv prison-j ers escaped after having tunnelled tin. .neb a t w . nty-t wo-in. h wall with' i a couple of spoons and a few small, I pieces ,.f iron. The reporter ingrati- ated himself into the men and they showe iron bars had been with a piece of steel kelle'.s shoe. KOOli W ill of the 1 him where two sawed throimh taken from Itas- I ciliiiH llnlpolnls Hauling Ce.ldv. New York, Nov. in. Charb s l.e dolix. l i eiteh bailt.llliw emht champion, olllpollil. .1 I'.allliliU C ddi of Harlem, all through their ten round bout lu re toniulit. The t-'reii. hinaii carried on a wild, rushiiii; ti-hi. swincini: bltn.l l Willi b ft and ro;tit and th,, local bov. r sp, ni most of his time eoy eriim mi iiini.inv away. In Ihe tenth the xjsiior f.,1 a iiioin. ;.t had Ite.biy ru- u. Kiddy recov.ie.l and tinishe.t si l 01.14 CENTS A DAY WHOLLSA JAIL P EARS BT HAS HAPPENED While Without Confirmation of Massacres of Christians Along Syrian Coast, Reports Occasion Alarm. (Iljr Murnlni Journiil Hofrlul Tiwrrt M'lra.1 Washlnnlnti, Nov. 20. Although without confirmation of the reported massacre of Christians in the lieih horhoo.l of Jaffa, officials here ad mit they have heen apirehcndvo' of stii-h tronhlc.s on the Syrian coast, where the religious differences, he tween the Moha mm. -da ns nnd the Christians are more pronounced than in other parts of the ottoman empire. American Interests in that, quarter are law, not only hecanse of the ex tensive fruit trade, hut heoause of the presence of a larne mmil.er of American missionaries and educa tional Institutions. Within twenty miles of Jaffa, which is the port of Jerusalem, are three Important American missionary stations, Tavyl heh, llahallah and Ain Areek. There Is also a law Jewish )iopulation, hut so far it is not known that the Jews have heen dist tirheil hy the Turks or Arahs. The foreiKii warships have heen lying; at Meruit, ahont fifteen miles north of Jaffa, and prcstitnahly one of these has heen dispatched to the latter port Hoar Admiral Kniwht, on the fir more. I cruiser Tennessee, is now spc'dlntf directly for Meruit. Mis ship is due at Oihraltar tomorrow, hut it will require almost n week's time for the cruiser to take on coal and traverse the length of the Mediter rai can to the Syrian coast. The slate department had conifratiilntiim; itself upon the munily of American interests Injury diiriii the present war. .lav a cahlenr.-im was received heen lin- from Tn- f rom the American consul at Sahmiki, re porting that all Americans and Amer ican Interests there nnd at I'avalla, which Is now occupied hy Hutaii.in reuulais, were safe. TiiorswDs or iikistians iv ihstimct thick ati:i:i. Athens, C.reece, Nov. 20. lteports of niussneres of Christians In-Jaffa, Palestine, caused the commander of the Itusslun cruiser Olen to weigh anchor and depart hurriedly for that district today. Five Chiislian missionary societies are represented In Jaffa, Palestine. The Christian and Missionary Alliance has a station with one man; the Church Missionary Society for Africa and the ICast, two men and two women; the London Sociely for the I'p motion of Christ ii nil. v Anionic the ..'t"s, two men nnd two women; the S. v. nth Day A.lyei.list mission hoard, one man and one woman, and the Tahetha mission school, four women, i here is also an American orphanage. If Coffee Disagrees Let us send you a trial tin of Instant Posturn Many coflVc drinkers arc cliaiijriii"; to this new foml lieverajrc. It tastes much like the higher .grades ol Java, hat is absolutely free frum the coffee drug, "caffeiwe" the cause of so much headache, nerve irrita bility, heart trouble and indigestion. Kill out and mail coupon Iwh'W, enclos ing 2c .stamp for postage, and a 5-cup tin w ill be sent direct to you. Instant Postum Requires No Boiling It is made "quick as a wink" by stirring a level teaspoonftil (more or less for taste desired) in a cup of hot water and adding sugar to taste, and enough cream to bring the to!or to golden brown. Grocers Sell this Delicious Drink 10;) cup tins 5iV if CALIFORNIA BY ONLY 65 More Than Half Million Dollars in Bet Money Tied Up Wait ing Official Count to Deter mine Actual Winner, (Br Morning J.mmul Kiwrtnl Wtr. San Francisco, Nov. 20. With the canvass of thirty-four out of rift y eiKht counties in the state completed, Roosevelt maintained a margin over Wilson of sixty-five votes. ChaiiKis not yet officially recorded indicate that Crlffin, heading the Wilson elec toral ticket, will have a. plurality over Wallace, Koosevelt elector in the final computations. .More than a half million dollurs in election Lets is tied up, awaiting; the end of the official count in the state. The situation has heen complicated hy Ihe announcement of the leading- Let ting commissioner who holds $115,0110 of this stun, that he will pay off ac cording to which candidate wins a majority of the electors. KAPI'Ki: OXTKXI'S KI.KCI IOX or di:mk k.t i Kansas. Topcka, Kan., Nov. 20. Kansas' close race for the governorship to day reached the supreme court when it issued an alternative writ of man damus against the. county commis sioners of Hourhon county to recon vene at once anil recount the hallots cast in the last election. The suit wns hronght in the name of Arthur Cap per, repuhliean. Similar suits affect ing other counties are heing prepared hy Mr. Capper's attorney. The official returns gave llodges the clei iion hy thirty-one votes. It is charged in three precincts forty-six votes for llodges were counted twice. WMSOX ( 'A It III KS IDAHO 15V 1.1 111 Pl.l ItAI.ITV. lloise, Idaho, Nov. 20. Woodrow Wilson carried Idaho in the recent election hy 1.110 votes according to the offie'al count which was complet ed today. The official returns give: Wilson 3.1, 9S3; Tuft :i2,.S7:i; I ioosevelt, 2r,,r,i 1. CUBAN MASHER IS PUNISHED HEAVILY Newport .News, Va., Nov. 20. In ternational complications disclosed themselves today in the corporation court when Joseph J. Zarzu, a clerk in the Cuban consulate here, was ar raigned on a charge of having annoy ed Mrs. Charles Drown, wife of a shipyard draftsman. Zarza previously VihiI been lined ?,r,00 anil was 'i-iQiii'hi1 (i'i three months ill jail by a pofice magistrate. Tile Cuban legation has taken a spec ial interest In the case and Jose i'.ar rntn, an attache al Washington is here superintending the defense. The ease 50-cup tins o(V 4 H This Coupon $. Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., Battle Creek, Mich. ' Elnclosed find 2c stamp for trial tin of Instant j j Postum. ! I Name ! j Addreis 1 j I Grocer's Name j There's a Reason" for Postum Postum Cereal Co.. U 1.. P.attle Creek. Utterly Wretchel Nervous Prostration Lone fnA Remedy wssFoubh iuiM .wincrva Ivemlnger, Uiu, " Til, 'wrlle.'i: 'i-cr seveial y,.;lra t ".' 4,v.. .uun inunuanuu, nun was - ,Mi , Utterly eu uii uteau -ii.,! v, . tea becau:-e.mv slnmaeh , ... ".d .my stomach wouij ny" HIT else 1 i,.l, ... lul ff- tain anyltiiiig else. 1 t,,.,u ,...."ot r edies. hut cihtaimd rf vi,ii. . took Hood s Karsaparilla, when I be,,' to Kin n at on.-e. Am now cured"' Pure, rich blood makes g0, ,," nerves, and this Is why Hood'a s, parllla. which r,urlties and enrich", . Wood, cures so many nervous diJLr Oct it today In usual ll,.,,.., T?M. " in I.,,,., rrn 0f caucuiaieu lauaiH culled irstb8, will go to the jury tomorrow. Mr, Drown nve ,a graphic il. scrijii,,n tne young vunans aiiege.i advances. iiiinitiirv This Home-Made Couth Syrup Will Surprise You S(o.i I-'.ven Whuoplnit Cougk ((ulekly. A Family Supply nl Small lot. DL Here is a liome-mntle remedy t'ai takes hold of a cougli instant ly, and usually cure tlio most stublioVu casein 24 hours. This recipe makes a puu- enough f.ir a whole family. Inn couldn't buy as much or as gxRicl ready-iu eutigii syrup for !f2..li(). Al ix one pint of granuiated sugar with pint of warm water, n ml stir i minute. I'nt 2-j ounces of I'incx njftJ cent' win tli) in a pint bottle, and a4 the Siiyar f-yrup. This keern p.-rfetiy and has a pleasant taste cliil.li-.-n lit, it. Unices up the appetite ami is slightly laxative, which helps eud a c-ouj,'li. You probably know the medical value of pino in treating asthma, bmncliiiia and other throat troubles, sore lunpi, etc. There is nothing better. Thm is the most valuable concentrated compound of N'orway white pine extract, rich in giiaiaeol and all the natural healing pine elements. Other preparations will nut work in this formula. The prompt results from tlti ineTii. fiive remedy have made friends fur it in thousands of homes in the inite.l Statu and Canada, which explains why the plan has been imitated often, but never successfully. A guaranty of absolute satisfaction, or money promptly refunded, goes with this Tecipe. Your drugyNt has T'inex, or will pet it for von. If not, send to Tha T'inex Co., Ft. Wayne, iud. MAR LET COLLAP CLUETT FEAr.OOY.'V VO.'l liC'XX Many Kiliill. r- liitercl. (iiicago, Xnv. '0. .Seveiity-cifili' runnels, representing thirteen col leges and universities have enli-ri for the fifth annual collegiate rim fen nee cross-country run which Ii be held in Kvanslon Saturday morn- f IHSTAMT POSTBH Mich. ARROW I'rCV 1 il !