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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1914.
OPKRA STAinilO MAIMS nu; kmser EVAGUATIO.'J OP. if mi mi ii'j r'CV . ! DEADLY HIT III ml Jars 'Jar Caps, Clamps and Rubbers STONE JARS Enameled and Aluminum PRESERVING KETTLES Raafca & f.kuger 115-117 No. 1st . Phone 74 MM OF AISME STILL RAGING Western Wing of German Line Pressed Back About Seven Miles in Two Days' Severe Rghtii I 11 "IF YOU WISH TO SUCCEED" Kv bile you rr jitunn. Nu', Urn veritne person run v mine, If only llti!, nut of til ur li'-r ai nltik'f. Htnl a r In MKlltK JIt In Jour first Ihounht. Vou be surprise j to know that a )eery store I savings bank In mil' n il- of lh word, because li ii v It'll diamond In rrnt un expenditure, ImiI nil IiiM'hI mi nt, mi oil Km. iv tliHt dia monds htt ln It advancing In prlen fur (, mul ii th out put Is small, tiny will continue lo do m. Now, what better Investment wniili) want? lluylng stock mmi ft-i-ulallnn waring a diamond mrnni I "I, I : s 1 UK nil KAIV. lVIVnii:T.i fluy your diamond, however, only frum reliable dealer. DODD & DENHOF Titlrd Wrrrt and Central Avenne DIAMOND COAL (Gallup) FRENCH ALGERIANS DO SPLENDID WORK 'ln lland-lo-hahd. Contest -Kai ser's Troops Are Not So Ex pert "With Cold Steel as British and Turco Soldiers, On th Pattle Ground, Kept. 21 I via Turin. .S p. tit. i The western wing nf Hit Sriiiin Hue bus ln-.-tt thrust bin k about Mfn mile during the Ins! 'forty-eight In urn un n sequel lo cun aIiuioiis fighting, night and tiny. 1 Hn'.h armies, despite almost super human fatigue, rhow the utmost de t -1 m I un 1 1 ii n nut to yli'ld nu Ini h of ground without a terrible strugKle, '"'I ilii- rusher troops tit the disposal of ,thf Billed rMiiniiindi'ta huve gradu ally forced the Germans lo recede, j The Turin arc adding dully to Ihi'lr i record of daring achievements, I-atn last nighl, in a costly bayonet i u n -ter, they bmke through the Oeirnan line without fin UK more limn a few kIiiiIji and recaptured inn brought bark Ifotir fit Id Kuiii, whli h the Kn-iu h 'tronpa hud uliuml'Mii'il tin irniutm I day. Thi-y kormi'd to dimlnln tho nnir. , ilcrmin rlflu and tmirhlni' gun flra liiiiirf'l Into llitin, ri'f umiiik to llnti-n (u the (ifflcrrn lm tried to kfi-p Ihcin j undrr nviT, i l'm t'nlil Sii-'l I'miiirntly. Cold atei-l pluycit a ruiiKldiTiililp piirt In tin liuttlv nf tha tiiirmimn 'hoxlH flKhtlna i I on it th Aluir, the UiIxd .iii, tho Woi'vri'. Thu itmat r- jriuirkauip point about thn (ncnutitcra la tl. it, I lit' triiniH aiani'ly d'p path other In-fore thny ai'tuully i'unn hand to hund. The ro'klraani'aa dHipliiyi'd nl th lii'UlniilriK of th hoHlllitlta with tho , rt-HUltunt lumnKi thioimli tht m.i jihlno hiiiih, linn ulimiHt iJ I mii ( 1 1 n-ii r-i 1 . .and f ny miivt'im-nt of tho titta.rktnn sZ. . 1 J . f ' 4 ( . ... ' I 5'.,' l;.' ' r -. , , . , .. . j 11.1111 UIIUL IIUI1 I mmn fhr IIIIMIIIIWI-W Wlljll Secretary Garrison Believes Troops Can Be Moved Out Within Two VVeeks; No Refugees to Be Cared For, i. -o-,, JOL,.,. .r,L t.-MO i.. I S hi hilik'toi!, hi-pt. I'lurl ful lhf rviu'iiiitiun iif Vfi'H Crut veto jr inpli'tcd tuiliiy at u i imfi'ii iii e le-liwM-ii l'lt-Hiili-nt Wilcon and HrrMury To Wla Helen fUunli'jr, wLo h known an Mary the ivoul, liwutwe of tn't llkeiu hi to Mary (jutdi'ii, Ornmuy In a fluu i-laro to Jive In a ml tlie Oriiuni are at 1 1 i i 1 - aplendlil. Flif mi lit ttint lliu treat incut Mm rucehi'il tvliiln In liei'Iin wna almost t lie anno of courtesy, mul uliu In thoronirlily Imlim il wllli tlio belief tuitt Ucnuauy U mora aliini'il iitrulust tluin klimliii;. Her blue eyes flashed m lie eat lu a .New Vork hotel after lier arrival ulmnnl the Kot tenia m, of tho Holland A met k-a Hue, every time anybody liluted that tho KnUer wan to blamti for the war. Mixa Stnnlcy unWl that not onoe vol she taken for a iy, nor did he auffcr any Indignities In tho Teutou'a country. JVlien th reporter left h vaa. hututvltig "Die Wat Ut am Iihi'la." RAILROAD RATES MM I E TO BE RAISED ROOSEVELT HIT JUDICIARY '3 ICarrU'iti. T!ie Litter nt .word to .tleinr.il FmiMdii that tin aoott the 'S.iti- ilepiirtnieiu coulil ailjit rerialn iiuiiiliiii)ii whi'-h had nroiin ovt th piiy tn nt of ftimla eollci leil at th1 ' l 'iftnlnii hoiiyp unit Ami i n no ri Cuuri h jinrcd for, a date would he fixed I'm .the ileparturfr of the tronpa. I Srretary Uariifim exprened lh inpinuin ih it the troopD proliuhlv jwimhl lm iihln to Ki t owiiy within a hiTimKh! or an. 'J'he net rotary ma le j it 1 1' :tr that the Annriiiin rovrnniit,i would riot iiinh'1 lake to rare for any I of Ih refiiic en in Vera I'rux eept j .. tin rli alin. Cineral I'linston eti jninti'H tii.it hcsiih H Sun ko-i ailed re . liiiioiiM ri ft!'-, there are l,o0 ollu'i's i iio ili'Mii- to b iive hi fori- the tviie- nation hi'.Mn.i. Kii'iilary flurimm he- lii vf s there will he ample ai i oinmo I'i I'.ioiiK for thi in on l oinmerrial vi ! i,' ( oiiditioiiK throuHMout .MiXK'o ure jr.-ipully ritainiiif their tioiinal up j pearmi'-e neeiirdinn ,to I'Uliatiliir ills- j paielii . Stall, depiirliii'iil offhialaj had a report ftotn L'hihuuhim Maying i I the reportH that lienelal Villa Jiad nt-J jlfsiiil liineial hrei!on were 'untrue, j jTile ttto men eiixari ill a healed nr-i I euiiii nt over lite h nt iniihoiiM of net-j !t!iif: the t ; f fi oil lea in Mniiora tint; ;i ftei 'wiu'ils l ame In a definite under- j .tu!id:i'K that r,o Ill-feeling remilti-d. j i The the L . . J Btfa1 1 L - The Good Business Man t.lVI S ( I I Ii ATTKMION TO THK M.:M'lTlf) Ol" hi nM. in: iiysi:s an insthltk'.n wiikii HAS Kl ITTTIOV lOll M- KVKT. Al SiKIMiTII I:.TIM1N' llliVOMI ITS UWS J.MMi:iIATi: LOCAL. ITV. -fills 1NSTHTTIOV IS WHiII.Y KNOWN AS Tin: I.Mtf.l ST HANK IV MAV Ml l () f)lt AltlOW. im Tiuinv-six i:un or srcrrssi i u si;i;vk t. I)MM!"M I'OMTOHV. IT AS A ITiOHOKilll.Y J)lIi: AULK Ii:. i ' ;iSisUSED ' DVDDITICP CftVC ui uiiiiijiIi unsu GERMAN DOCTOR i WAR REVENUE BILL IS . LAID BEFORE HOUSE BV HOnNINC JOUMN.L PVCl.k LtA.tO Wl Wa.-hiiiunin, ,Si pt. z. 'I he Interna'. iievenuc v, ir tax pinn, OesiKiied to !ra:.-e jii.i.iii!.niio, framed by the dem jiii iaii,- h aiiei'K la riiUKV's and up prm.nl by Ii ( ihU-et Wllnoii, waa laid ibifor.' the house loiley by 1 lenioiratie la id -r I'nib r o.iii. A rail was Issued Liter ior a nieetinij of the way and nieaiid entiii'iitUv lonmrrow inorninic v lien the lemiblii una r.ili. ,1 in (.. 'Claims More Than Thousand ,ho fim u,,,e m'eord their ,ppu. bill Will he Voted out of (oni- inilie- favorr.bly tomorrow and will he taken ti i In the hon-e 'iluirmlay , tttiil-r n i'p.'i ial ruin despite collj re I puliliiMn opposition. Such Bullets Have Been! Taken From Prisoners; Tells Other Wild Stories. C-tioll. -i he ( .,mh Iho-i1 I'rcM f iirrpniiiilpitee.) Are)i, ii, ,c.ept. ti t Atx-ln-('lt;ipvll -The h. .) IIIIRfllllir I SIMP '' hil !l,iu " M'Klol the national con-lthn HII U 111' r I fl I'll V '"'" " "elolur 1, waa in elve.l ! f,,.i IIUll fill L LIiIIU""- "'''. It was given out by theJMa Wi tho I-.r Fares Between St. Louis and ; Child Labor Is Condemned in New York to Be Advanced! Campaign Speech and Two Dollars, According to Present Plans, . , . land (tel'eiuiiiiK tronpa U carried out TlIC CleaneSt COal j With the mmoHt caution mull the mo- Otl the Market AZTEC FUEL COMPANY Phone 251 l. mnniM joul apiciai lcoio wiii.i Wanhlnxton, Sept. 21. Internate paHener furem. In both eanlern and wi'Mtern lerrltdrlei", ure to be lm reim- rneiil of Bi tuul contmt. jCd by the r.illroadu In the lm nted ia le The lieriuaiia have nurfered mont Inifuture.' The new ratea will be fixed Ibeei i iiKHKeinentH. for the French jfti a tiaala of 2 1-2 cent a mile, but ti..o, from Africa and the Itrltlah , (hey will vary alifthtlv, In particular ..rn...k., .. i ... ...i.v. . i t . 1 . .... . i ii n it 1 1 ,i nu' inn won tor imyiMii'i, ciiaea Iiom mat luiai. I Informatloll leeelveil hi' the Inter. Iiiivernuri H ure an clime tnnl aiHtatc t'onimerce i'nmiiiln':liiii Strong Plea Made for Re?-1;;:;;, ulation to Abolish It, ad nl the Jleil Croat division te!;t of ('arruiiza'H invitation to. Hhiinl.in.l lodav showed American various governors and military coriesnoniieniu dum-iliim ImUi ts. one ou.'.iml el which, he niid. had been mul mi I'jiK.iah soldiers taken at in..'., ene The ends of thl-Su b'.ll-' I f""' (on-'iuiHionaiiSi itKeney ni ine .vicxi- , is wile nil In Kited anil iippen w u n ' aii.t liiiMi-l-ll)- uin I'tnbaxsy anil reads us follows: 'lead which contained a oper core. "I-torn the beKinnin' of the pres. i They were of .4", calil"-r and simiair em FiruKKle'l promised all the niili-Mo cartialMii used for big i;ame. The.,e fii v chicftnlns who endorsed the plan 'st'ft-noc d bullets had caused Uffiy in- of ;,iai!aluiie that noon lliu occuiia- Juries to the Herman wounded, lion of the capital bv the const it u-' ri"1 personally treated, Mtid How's This? We etti-r ()ni Hunilrd Dullflrs Itrril fur any cair nf laturrh t.'iai cunnnt be curtU by Hall latarrli Cure. f. 1. CIIKNRY a CO., Tnkdo, 0. timterstgne4, have t(.i In"! 10 yenrs. mul Utiivi bin. which the I a ml they ! their also w liidtniitly killed, r officers wtr M-rioiily Threa oth-woundtd." 'quick Oasli brlnci them toKelher. I ilcmral Joffii, who Is enjoylnu ru- ia than thu uliuifiht fare between .New York and Ft. I.nul", for Instance, will be far mornini, jouHnal aranL li.cfo wewai Kansas City, Mo, .Sept. 21. Criti cism of the judii iaiy and a plea for Immediate laws to regulate child la bor, Were voiced by Col. Theodore Itoosevelt In an inhlrcs made sas City, Kan., tonight. "The progressives want a national law to put n stop lo child labor, and we are Hiring lo have ll," declariit Colonel l!oose elt. bust health, holds III his hands every h.dvnnced two dollars. The f ins lu- Ti:ftM(Ii: IltlMllMtliMI.NT I IS HTM I. KI JT I P ' i bo 111 I, aid London. Kept. ;1 The uienl of Teriiimnle by the r oiitinues, piesumably lo prevent a further IteiKian sortie from Antwerp, in rrtfiirnar to a iltspat.-h today to the Ci filial Xewa from Antwerp. The riermana hav entrenched themiiflveg between llofntitde, eiHht n inllea east of (Itmnt, and Hemint, The fort if W'aclhelin, nn aevernl, oc casions bombarded Ihesn posltlona. iphasi. of the battle, llchlnd thi flrlnu j line, the coinnuinder of th allies con fi ts daily w ith the nenerals lu charge j hetwven of th' ii iiuiiH iilluit force, lie lias created a feelliiK of the (sreatcHl cheer- filloesH anil ninriiliilii'ii umotitr the of. ilermiuis,,,,,, , . ..,".. ,...,, j I 'i ' i mm iitrii iff tt in B iiniiiiuc imimi iference to political nn, other Infiu jences and by hiN ilcslic to spare them ' sacrifices. The country behind the Fri m h ;armv is being rapidly repopulated. Herds of cattle und sheep inliiigle with 'supply trains iiUuik the ruuda Icadius lo the north. They are helna home- tween New York and Interntedlute points Will be based on the Increase the two larae terminals. The fare between New York and IChlciiKo will he based entirely upon a j 2 t -2 cents a mile rate, and so far an fpi iicticatde, I un funs between Now York and Interim 'dial points and I'hiciiKu nnd Intermedial points will I bear a like miloaue charge. lines use jof the laws of some Intermediate states fixinn the maximum of intra state passeniier fates at 2 cents a mile seme difficulty Is experienced The Irpul, ileal, nild democrats say It Is itKnlust the const it ut ion to puss such a taw, but in the day hcn the constitution was written there was no child labor. I "We should choice our law to suit line I'leieiit needs nf our people. .No jman ailmiiiM the cicstiiininii r.iore than 1. No man ailrnir-s more the ; fill hers that wrote It than 1. 1 ad- list fun cs and my assumption of the exeeuiive power of the nation I would reipiest all of the Kovernora and military chieftains to meet In u i oiivi ntion to be held In Mexico City lor ihc purpose of discussing the re foim uieasiiies lo which nor cause is plc.U.ed, lo erect the structure of a provisional itoVernmenl: tit name Die Kan-Uiate on which the (icneral elections will be held uml to treat of such mat ters as arc of national Important p. "Having now taken charce of the executive power of the nation, J havo ib situated the first day of October as the date on which Ibis convention for 1 know 'GENERAL VILLA IS The (Jermiina have also taken fortified positions lit (Jemblou heiwren Wavre and Lotivain. and 1 ward driven by peasants, women, old men nnd boys. l.e ,.,.il,,.,..l ..frl..l..l .... conns inni"Uil "'It' IIIH 111 o, H I I lt II 11 til.t t K'S M'AIT S TI1WM LHIILI TO Mts JltKltf.lX Disl'XTt ll (1.AIMM (.1 I1M N M iri SSFS liiojiosed Hilvnnce; It Is expected' may bo ro-1 l.oiiilfiii, Mt. n (S;2. a. in.) An Antweip dtspatih to the Iteuler Vele. inm coinpany savs the staff nf (leu oral Von Klui k, eominander of thn tlerman Hht wiiiK, was iransferreil tu Muns, Monthly evening, act onllnn j tit no mil uiiiii iiti'i, it poit, lUilln, S, pi. 21 (hi l.tmilon, hept. 'ii, 3:.M n. in.) ii official i oTiiiuuni cntlon issued Monthly nluhl mtnrdlnir the course of (he battles around I;ln Ims says: The stronK, hilly positions at lira unite have been (aptmed. Advancing on llhcinis our tidop occupied the jvillnmt of Itethany, I V are attackttia; tho strong forla 111 III IN IIKAKS Itlill I I V of Jen the line south or Verdun and the 1M)MII UtUMLNT OF FJII lMs ! !crmans hiive crossed th east border ... M.,,. .. In the direiilon of l.oi ralne, which is licrlin, sept. 21 (tin London. Scit. j defended by eiuht French army 22, 3:1(1 a. til.) The news of the corps. , sortie- from the northrast at tiomlardment nf Kheima renchi ,1 the public here briefly IhrmiKh the nmrn Iiik: papers but no details were print ed eonoernliiH the battle. Mention wm rnude nf three plines, Noyon, Hheinis and Urimonl. The military critic of the I .oka I An CfiKtr, dlscussliiit the reports nf slron enlrerichmctiis on both aides, a) th fmhtitiii which heretofore ' had been mobile, has now entered upon th stave of slationary position rn Itaaemints, like Liao-L-ini;, and Muk den, fiecewitiiHiiif lliu fitst discovety of weak pointB in the enemy's lliiea and then piotiat.d if folia at break lna down the nppiiHnion. It is tit tiled officially thai the Her man (roups have evacuated 1:iiis.c1h. Verdun, has been repulsed. The French troops cumin to the north of Ton) (near Natuyl hiive been surprised by our artillery- t In the rest of the French war I hea ler the: e have been no enKauements. , In the liehiian and eastern battle fields the situation Is uin liiinr.id. the details of the (In interstate rates, but ithut these difficulties j moved. I The piopoHiilon of the new ; now Is liuprnKress and It ia expeijlctl that they may be In rcudlness to file W4th the commission by October 1. I The determltintinn of the railroads t raise their pnssenRcr fares In a dl- I ret result nf the attgitestlun nf thc pr-pi f luteistate t'tiiiimerce commission tie-1 U t niVI AN i.lon In the advance n.tu case. The! ! ccmmlssloti expressed its belief t tint j tbe piiMieuKer traffle of luilw'nys ,tipKht In bear lis proiiortion of the j burden of I IIMtaiiiltuc the roads a lid that the travellni; public, which tle- mantled speed, comfort and luxury ia pHM.ic imcr facilities, ouiilit to lie will-1 lltiH tii pay for them, mire Ihem lniellmentlv w hat they didn't then. . "New York has the proud diyiiiu tion of havim the most reactionary judi ciary In the country," d. chile. 1 Col onel Ilooseveh. "and the funny thimr1 Is Unit the men w ho compose its lire A -No. 1 men and could i settle a dispute between two lin n with ; perfect Justiev. When they M ttle a i law case however, tlr-y don't think ' ,.r !....... I.. I..., 1 M't ... ...v .V'iiiii i-eniH lini'iini. i ne j tariffs'"'" ('"'y "f l1''!11'1"'". plei eii-.'ilts j it nil III m niueius. The Itonsewlt party will leave here Ifimi.i'ii.ii. ... ..... I.. t ... 1 i I.. ' .1. ....,.,', tutu.: i i i, lit' t.itl. ...11.. . where Colonel iiicvit w ill Jiiicali to-j A d .. HUIlioriiiiK an Issue bf 'morrow nUht. 1 S 0.0 ao.oo o pesos! paper, in denoml- , . ,. , I tint ions of one. five, ten, twenty, fifty MAPICMAe-CU D iun" "np """ureii pesos, was s,niieii IS EXCEEDINGLY POOR ' lied Cress chief. ! The officer spoke without nnlmus 'and only Rave evidence which, he said, he haj p 'isoually gathered, lie "suit! many of the l-'uisilsh bullets were made tllke 'he slurp nickel pointed bullets, iThe French bullets were unifornjly Kood, made small wounds and did not spread. ! According to the official's ttory, lie had I'erman wounded who had been 'ihot with Kniilish buckshot. He' Ibroiisht in n wound, d German. Wolf-, a ion Km her, son of a MandchurK I profesmr. and enlisted in the Seventyr I fourth infantry regiment of Hanover.! This hoy, aned 19, was made prisoner i 'with thirteen others by th- lielsllllts ' ut I.lciie durinst the first days nf the! fiRhtlmc. He said he was toll by the' .wile of Die doctor who otp'tnied ihem' 'that if :inylhiiir happened to any of j 'her relutives in ths war, she would) pobnn the prisoners. Fur three days, .therefore, they were afraid to touch food or water arid when rescued by ) Mho Hermans weiv on the point of j starvation. j The Itcd Cn,.s chief said he had! iseen a Ked Cross automobile fired jm i EXFECTED IN CAPITAL 'told a remarkable story of a I'.eleiau ! ;tc!"phine lrl tit llnhlen who tele-! isy mosninii journal sraciAt. lia.io wisai ,Pholie, liel'lini officers at the flirts j Mexico City, Sept. 21. lil Uadieal. 1 '"'at they were not properly placing ' their hhells. Hy foilowliiB her in- ) striici'.ons they were utile to regulate their firlns; effectively and the tele phone girl was kided by n shot which destroyed the office from which she was 'brecthisc the npcratlonx. At Hahleil, the lied Cross official Kuid, they had been fired mi by l;el b' lis ut midnight, titter helm; kindly treated by them during the tiny. ft lt p t'trr out ani obliitauuu. autoe b bis nrui. h.T. BANK OP COMMKnCK. luiiUu, Oliij. ITnll's Olarrh Ci'rr In t '.rs Intrrn.iMy. actl.ia eliit'tly tiiiiit lm. bNim! and lrtui'uua tturfmt-a of tin Hi si, in . Tentiin'iiii.-ila FH.t ti-ro. pi ice cent ,t-r butlte. S.lJ I'JT nil Iitiii.-h'!'!". 1v.ka llall'r i-tjtt.'iv pillir fur eenittipatlua. .shall i onvetie nnd lis you are one of jibe chiefs who should take part in tho jdcllhcrnliona of this assembly, 1 am 'now requesting you piisotially to come to the capital or send a duly iteerc 1- :ted representative." ; livery Kovcinor and chieftain of ! note In Mexico receiv ed :, copy of the j above and with scarcely an exception replied that he would be present in I person at the convention. 1 'e" ...':''.- (-,: ' 'tJ?,Al A::.y-... y- Uf -; iti..4 ,r . if: Tf--, .U jii 'f..Ai t In tonmlit's isi'ue, says that (lener.il Villa, Willi an escort of 2.000 soldier.", will arrive in the capital Thursday, accompanied by 9X delegates who will lattend the general conference In (if i tuber. . V7T. rv;,'.'V:--v-;. 4,J.'... v 1. v. 1ST MOSNINS JOuSNAt. F.CIAL LIAatq WIS. Calcutta. Sept. "1, The crews of the six Ihitish steamers captured by TRANSFER OF STEAMER - TO AMERICAN REGISTRY! the (icrican cruiser Kmden in bay of Fenaal, five nf whit h ' isunk after the crews had been h off. arrivi 1 here Ibis aficrnonn speak highly of the tnatmeni the and afternoon. i tnJ'eo.'ir;,: .!.u.,r:;d.K,::n,r".nutr,l',m! ! habeas corpus not ' . .. i i,- . .-. ,1'in, fit it itjtt.i t nut horded liv l lencral Currimza. ; The value of the peso dropped to seventeen cents sold t tula v. i GRANTED UNION LEADERS ' ' i ;..'.'-."v. - . ... r'-S 06Sa; GERMAN MILITARISM t tSV M3.NINO JOUflSAL araciAL LBAaCQ wtai) ! i ii lena. t .Mont., iM'pt. 1: 1. , order I SE 0 TO DO BEST1 LAXATIVE FOR CHILDREN When jour tm by is cross and fretful Instead of the happy, lutuh ItiK little dear you ute uccnslomed to, in all probability ih dlBestlon haa become teraut(ed am) tht bow. Ms need attention. ilve It a mild laxative, dispel he Irritability and bring back the happy content of babyhood The very Inst laxative for chil tlrttn Is Or. Caidwelrs Kyrup l'ep ain, because II coniains no npialu or narcotic Unite, Is pleasant lusting and acts Bt iitly, but surely, without Kriplnn or oilier disiresx. inuaaists sell tir. Caldwell's ritrup t'epsin at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle, l or a fre trial bmtle write to Or. W. It. Caldwell, 151 Washington Ht., Mnlltio Un, m. T LOST BY THE J AE SE 'ST Mnssisa -OUSNAt. artCtAI. LPtlfB Wl.al I Washington, sept. 21. State ile .partment officlala were notified today Ihat d lay in the transfer of the stenir.er lioht rt Hollar from. Hrlt ish to 'American registry at Hlo Janeiro had bt en paused only by the failure) of. the iFtiKllsli tnnJtil to receive prompt as IstiraiH'ir thi'i-lh Urltislt rettlntrjr hail j been -t iost'ii'. Steps have been taken to have i'it) ltiilstiar at Ottawa, cabl ilhe itiiuired notlcti, accordiiiit to a Ctbleeiam from the American consul at Kto and th Ui-iUsh offlclnls there ,itro co-nperatine; to expedite the pro-ft!edin;s. corded them by they make lixht 111!!. lieorKf Kead, Indus, says lus nil I ha inoiDltif; the ICmdert as ' the bay. The rented all w-irel the position of bay. The cruiser the Indus which, the licrniiins, tiioui ut the German siioi second officer of the ship Was Inteict pled of Septt ipber 1(1 by i she Vi'.,s coming up! Germans had inter-i s reports and knew! ;itl the vessels In the fired ten shots at however. Was nut was entered by th or-norn nv fniiiDiMini !""""""" """' "'! OWI1LU DI bnUnUniLLll'lhaUotls of rresident the M'ne Workeia' 1st MOKNINa JOUKNAL BRfCIAt LKAaCD WiSB Liverpool, .ept. 21 (via London, II r-l p. m.)- In a speech here to niKht Winston Spencer Churchill. first lord of the admiralty, refcrrim: j 1 to the talk of peace by the German!.' ambal-sador to the Cnitctl Count Von liernstorff, said: "His vaKite talk of peace is i sincere as the information of oral sunk until morn than 'fin hour after the attack hn an, the German marks manship bi inj; poor. . stale sti iiiK the afi- Meliuiiald of union of inM,.' 'wen Smith. Joseph J'raillev J v m..,i..a I,-1, i i... . nun .lames: Chapman, for wrps of habeas corpus) to set ure their release from Jn.il jn : ilutte, where they are held jv ,h title militia. I ri.tn.'Sj i ue ort'.er ffivca tne petitioners the! ,rirht of renevvintr the application if as in-j at the end of thirty days they tiave n,,t which been turned 'iver to the civil iK..,.i. ! ; .... .... . r.ic nun t ie ucs nmi it in men made to ;Cermnn peenle inlMht be nrraimed in 'that the district court Is able i time, but there would be no peace iarisdiei ion .... . .i militarism, ishurt of the The nrisoners are hell ten Made Willi i a ppear to take with I'rus-'ian Kiave." tar MOSNiMa jouhmac sptwiiAb t.aA.o wisa) I'aiK Ktit. 22 (2:11 , ni ) Mall advice.', from Tsimo stat that the Ja panese lost a second torpedo boat out kldo Klao-Chnw. Tho Vessel was sunk by a German cruiser. Correspondence from Tslng Tan, dated Ft-ptembcr 18, says: "Japanese destroyer have shelled the German barracks on the coast fourteen miles north of Tslns Tuu COTTON CONTRACTS ARE STILL BINDING l i moocn joum.il aptciAt. lia.io wisai j New Orleans, Sept, 21. A contract i flamed under the rub s of the i. DULL, SPLITTING, SI I i uf loi.-oiiein me in 1 1 umier mar tl.tl law on chare-os of linvin,, a I l.'iit.lite.l l.l ti...., .li.i ..... . . . h " l"'u" e,,. in,- 1,,..., .oil,, uni notij.i miners not set k to fijo.iuKate Gerniiiny or A tw it r:a or tii te h ! l'l iTht m ur.n.rur u Lnunu l1 ir people, however cimi- r victory mltht be over them. Worl ihat could haiicn to them je.flcr the w;,r Was that they should jb,- set free to Hvo and let live fairlv and justly. mine workers' in sympathy union. with New rlcans Cotton txehanat is binding and must be fulfilled In spite of the notation caused hv the I'jiropenn war! nod the i losing of the cxchittiKe. This! Jtetnb dropped from hydroplanes to-"1 effect was the rulina; by attfirneysl 'day tlamaK-d neither the town nor its!'1"' ll,e exclnitige, made public today.) defences because the constant firing cniisltterahle volume tif . commit of the gurrisott kept the Birsbips about menls still exists In October options, itwo thousand yads above the town."; far lis October is conet rnetl, if shorts are unnld,. (,, liiniitbile In any other way Dr, James' relieve at oncc a pack a Jeadache Powders 10 cents ! LONDON NEWSPAPER MEN ARE MUCH PEEVED j (.at her Horses for Furopc, i Hlb-s. Okla., Sept.. 21.. it was iearn !i''d today that ten thousand Oklahoma land Texas horses are hclmr ,.;i,.,.)(lj at a ranch near IJIiss for one of the 'nations involved in the Kurnpean war. j insp -ctors are now en route from' i New York, it is stated, to pass niton Calumet .poetry : i look nt, ptxd to c. i lipht,1 fiuHy, tcnilcr Bora. C'Jumot is l.'ie j powder tiiat is tigi h ' moderate in price. RECEIVED t'lCHUT AT,A,1DS VM' Port rt! Etri-B, Cacwe, i good tO .i Always I iitl whole- I ou: baking I cuitlitf and I 7 3. ff olst-s. i l4ihdon, Sept. 21 (midnli;ht.) Pc-! lea use one of their number was rt--i jtusfii entrance at the Trent door of jlhe official press bureau nnd was Iti id to Kn to the back door, the ni 'vs I paper men on duly there went on strike tonight. I The itritish detachment hloh haH Tien Turn to co-operate w ith the Japa ;ncse at Klao-Chow sailed nominally if or Wet-Hal-Wei, ShsiHUtiK, but It Is believed that the men will be landed (at lrfiashan bay, thereby avoiding a 'violation of Chlnu'i neutrality. tncy mavvjiurchase spoil and tender n to the hns and the bmss must receive It. The bourd tif directors of the ex ehantse today decided to reop. n the spot market Wednesday. You take n Or, .lames' Ile'il.tche I'owtler and In just u few moment: your bl.ut clears nml ult neuraleia nnd I'm In fades Hvtav. Jf the i;uieket i A onintittei was appointed to in nnd aurt-st relief for heml,ich. Ucrvicw the official in chnre but was whether dull. throbbicR. yplitthis orit'dd that the t.rder that iiewapatn-r ncrve-racklni!. Setnl soiiicone to the! men must use the back doe,- :. t-.. I'nlted Slates Officer Is killed, Laredo, Tex., Sept. 21. -Gan'tain .Knees Jackson, Ninth fulled states infantry, died at the post hospiiai here tonight as a result of injuries received tonay wu;n ne was inrown from horse. I'itts liirui? si ore and i-et a tlimt' p.te-i;':i" ;ioW. Quit fi.UcrciiK It's so need less. t'.e sure ..ni t Or. James' He-nl.it h iFowders th, n in?tc will bc no dis- uppulntni' nt. Lillian niisscll Is 111. burRh, Pa.. Sent. 21. .inn-,,. nnvsell. (he actress, who is Mrs v p Moore In private life, was taken "to a . , i"" i"'"i toiiiyni auuerinat from an Hi. 1 . ..I. r.r .. 1 : i. : ... 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