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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1914.
THREE REVIEW op win IIUFRANGE FROM BEGINNING TO OCTOBER NINTH Y Associated Press Military Ex pcit Tolls of Terrific German Rush Toward Paiis in -Early Days of Invasion, FURIOUS ADVANCE IS CHECKED SUDDENLY Observer Gives Inside Facts' of Struggle and Describes Retrograde Movement of Kaiser's Great Army, CI he following rr lew of (lie oper tlioiis in I iiiiKc. Million h u former in 1 1 1 ( it i- officer senl to the war none lit (he A-sis-laliiJ Ili. could linl he rallied because of (lie reslriolh.iis nf Hie Hrltish mill IVenili mllll'irv ioii-sur-lnp. Il hrinii the situation up In October .) f Vimm-IhIi-iI I'rru rnrrmpniitlrnr.) Tin- Hague, Oil. 1M. Though offl mil id' ilii tii'liH thiit the ballle ill eastern ini'l northwestern Km nee Vllllll.l cuttle III .111 eml within this in tluil number of day have been 111 H 1 1 Iml II VIHK (illllll life II , y. far none of them has been j out. That either the French left j or the German right wing would! , be enveloped und crushed has asserted by the various general!, irioiis general hc;nliiiarler time and again, but i' far this has not been Cone. The same applies to attempt, made to ' break i tlie centers if the two opposing ar- lilies. After herculean efforts up and down the tremendous battle line, frniii Albert to Uelfort, conditions at this writ ins me virtually those of pteiiil'i r 13. l'.ut official ulf patches Indicate that the two armies have more or less rn themselves out by the inces sant attacks and counter attacks, and I ieiiili, Girman and Knglish military writers have come to accept as cer tain that whichever side, retreats from the position at present occupied will be in a sorry plight, especially If the Motor should be able to put in the fa-Id fresh troops at the critical mo ment. Itlgld tensor-lilns. The rigid restrictions of the French mill lirilish censorship have made it Impossible to cable in uny detail the day by day developments of this Htll pciulous action or to point out the significance of certain events. The lne.igr.' i ffieial statements f nun Iain- ' tlmi ami Paris naturally disclose only I . I,.., ;i :.. .i.i... .i ... .1.... .. .1 I, n nai u is ui'Mliil 10 nisi lose unit rev lew 1'iltnill Il i:l ti ff III nci ever it Is ib signed to present the Sit as it stands today and to In sinii events as have had in upon the tinal outcome, vvhaf niay bp, of this series of bat- ties. i The effort expended hy the French iind Gei man armies in offensive and defensive operations Is about eqtial. While tlm Germans in northeastern I' ranee, the right center and right wing, have made desperate efforts to gain new ground by continued offen sive operations the Fiench forces op posing them have done the same In un effort to clear France (if the in vader. M range Military Manoiiyersi. This has led to one of the strang est scries of offensive-defensive ma neuvers known in military history While the French have hurled them- Hives against the German entreni oil positions, the Germans have fol lowed up each failure of the allied troop tu take part of tlie German ili'fi'ii'o line, only to learn that j Ktiuitnl so taken had to be surrender-: fl again as soon as reinforcements j loipeared or the scene. To this there j "to imiy two exceptions. The German tight wins has advanced from . Ha- i Puiiiiic to Cove, while the center be-j hind the Verduii-Toul fort line has S'lcei f iled in breaking through at St. j Mihiel, l.o.s Parodies and Camp de Iltimaines. I To the determination on both sides i hot to surrender ground Rained is due j the protraction of the 'b'lmans admit that a struggle. The ,, lU ,,, ,heir liIOdK Ol mill I Present line would transfer the thea-, ter of w ar to German territory, and i the French seem to realize thatwi'h-j out tlie support of the Verdun-Toiil-j 1m ifnrt defense line of fortifications! their difficulties would be greatly in-j eieased. At this moment Ihe fort if I- cations in ipiestion still prevent ft Gorman advance on central France, i und their reduction would mean, of i ionise, that the French line would lie j voiisideiably thinned out It in add!- j Hen to stemming the German tide tn ; i"i iheastern France, it would have It) j tnct-t an advance frcm Alsace-l.or-1 luine In the open field. While the! lieni h field forces have successfully; liiscounted the break on the Verdun-! Ton I line, a widening of this breach ininht lead to a condition not so eas ily disnosi d of v tiiecr Coincidence. It is at least, u strange coincidence,1 "s Hutch and Italian military writers! ave pointed out, that the German tight w ing should have been able to I Hand lis ground better and even ad-1 valued slightly, just as soon as 8t. M'hiel, Les Parodies and Camp del Ibuiiaines fell in the hands of the j Germans. Italian and Swiss corre spondents profess to know that a further turning of the German right i wing was prevented by the breaking t'f the Verdun-Toul line, because It I became necessary to mass large French forces opposite the breach, fend m so doing the French : were advanced a fur Ha Itupiiiiino, ; --It -oil Allien on the fullmvliiK day, and drove the French u far us lloyo ly October 3. There Ik no rioulit that dur inn the days which have claimed since, this meat rliiig-ile heKan the opposing force tunc been no accurately and scientifically cliHirihuted thut even a hliKht Incul reveriie must utficl ttte entire line. Hot low of 0M'ratloiiA. In view of the fact thut the out come of the ircHciit MruiiKle In ex pected to detei inlns the result of the flrHt pluiHe of the war in France,' a re view of the operation prcceditiK It. tPKtther with o resume 'f the actions lnce September 13 ore here presented. On September 1st the (.Ionium ! capacity of the Helton-Verdun de force In the western theater of war tense line of ior::. k-atlohs, uuletly formed a line reaching from the im mediate east of Uelfort to near Polx, about twenty miles southwest " of Amiens In northwestern France. In the south and so far as Verdun, this line occupied the territory between the German border and the Helfort-Kplnal-Toul-Verdun fortress line of the French, a position which during the recent heavy lighting has never materially changed. North of Verdun the German line formed a scml-elrele, extending along the valley of the Mei.se, and the border of Belgium, am then, taking u sharp turn to the west at Meniere It passed St ward to PoiX. In the subsequent operations Ver dun became the pivot, a It were. Though for a time the German cen ter and right wing advanced, and were later ilriven back, the troops east and south of Verdun never changed their position to any great or important extent, and today of them occupy the ground taken. ( amr !' to Paris. Forced ma relies tirought the most 1 then ti in 11 k on September 9. near Palis. Willi Verdun on the left of the forces which had taken up the pursuit of; the French troops, the Germans' changed their positions in the north : so that on September 4 their line had j a true east and west direction, ex- : tending from Immediately north of I Verdun to Itheims and a point be- j tween Heaiivais and Meio. directly north of Paris. The many attempts of I ,nf. .',elh left wlr.g. in which fought' j the Knglish expeditionary force, to I .tn,,( k tM, ;(.rmt,n advance proved ft,.. st. Giicntin had been lost by the French und the l.a Icre-l.aon- I'lielins line of fortifications had been j reduced by the Germans with , r wlUl u,e Kroiu h troops uvtiiiKKfn- iprisingly little resistance on the part , (,av hr ),.miVV, I of the French. l.a I' ere and Laon sur- Nmnin(r however, was gained in j rendered quickly and Khelms . "!,,,, ,,v eilh),r ido. vni(. the French not defended. The prospects ': full),( ', talu. anv of the Herman en I Paris would be invested had become tlt1,.u,,, nH,ull(, , y were uni so threatening that the French gov- f(,rmv Kll(.r(,SNfi , retaking such iei nmetit moved to Itordeaux. ! ground as the Germans had gained j .Move of lllght Whig. , (1ft.nijlvl. operations. For several days no material change Qn September -II the GVriiuins II ' In the location of the two opposing j uy pressed into the valley of the ! armies took place, t 'n September SjMeuse, uftcr Fort Gamp do Komaines 'the Germans reached the valley of j tl(.t.n bit.nced on the 25th. and the Mai ne north of Chateau Thierry, j ,'ort jj.s J'aroches on the follow ing 'and the llrst contact actions with theifi;iv. These two factors of the Vcr- l''i,.nch irooos Ivlnir before Paris took I i , ' ;. i i .ii, iviiiiici. oiieo' u iii- i .... ! (tn the following day French andlun udvance from the cenler. but Knglish reports claimed that for some ,ju,. to the fact that the French left i unknown reason the German right jwing still gave much trouble, the iw ing was contracting ' and that the ,., u(.neral staff could not cou- ! body in general was moving in a southwesterly dire once wus at first but on September lion. Little red- giv en this report, J inferential con- , , ,-...-,., n i...n . HilllBlloiii iniiic i nil v.. . ...... r- .era) headquarters. What the purpose I ,ertaken by tho French on Septem ! of this mov ement could be was at first j (jf.,. when a large French force jr.ot quite understood, but It was learn- i jcd afterwards that not alone had the Germans transferred a large lorcc to reinforce the troops opposing nlK.h inferior force. Hapid railroad the Uiissians in East Prussia, hut that I transportation seems to have been of there had been serious difficulty iu I great assistance to the French In these the supply arrangements, the troops j ( Hnk movements, that in the direc in France lacking both food and am- ,lon 0f Bupmimc belnt! entirely made munition. i possible by It. On September S, the German right wing had contracled to such an ex tent that its army corps were no long er north of Palis, but east of It, Back of the advanced German right wing were the forces which had been oc cupied with the reduction of French fortifications, but these could not he etniiloved in field operations, being namperca wun uie ..o o. .... . ..i.i. il... .... 9 w Ger-1 re-! i..iiiiun henvv siege 0BIK. niuciai porls from the lollovving uay snow em that the Germans passed Chalons, j crossed the valley or the .viarne oo-, be tween t.a Ferte and Sezanne '""; were about to reach the valley of tho , Seine southeast of Paris. Change of Plans c-CH.sar,v. j Though nothing detinue oi """-tinue OIL TREATMENT FOR STOMACH TROUBLES i ' simple prescription made Up "f combination of pure vcgelahl" oils IS produrinn wonderful results for sut- ferers from stnmncli. liver anil inics- ...... ...,,.., .,,.. ,.,,,.. I,, which p Ulldl I inn i, IT-.-. MIL' , it...-...' said to have originated in France, e.aru il h:.u liopll used for Venl'S ll.V the peasantry, was introduced into j man headiinarters. this country by George II. Mayr. si The liombardmetit of the forts be leading Chicago druggist, who cured ; tween Verdun and Toul inntiniied hlmseir of severe stomach, liver undwjt) ,inHhated vigor in the meantime, intestinal troubles by its use. Those: gained by the Germans T lio liai" used is sufficient lo it say the nrst oose convince anv one of lis remarkable merit, and that within to t wentv-fulir hours the sufferer feels likii a new person. Thi medicine, is Mayr' wbb h has become known Wonderful Stomach Comedy, Is now- sold by first class druggisTS eveiv It is now sold hole by Cuti s. w here druggists. maneuver ha been learned from tier man sources, the Impression prevail that the Hermans Intended to follow up the retreatlUK French force by PussIiik Paris on the south, and In so UoInK separate the troop (n the cap ital from those of the Held army. There is no doubt that had this move ment been successful, the Herman main force would have pressed on, leaving the reduction of t " Paris forts to the troop which had been engaged In similar work at MeiihoUKe, l.oniiwy, Uivet and Mamus. It appears, however, that while the Germans advanced en Palls, de manding superhuman exertion from their famou rinht wing, the French government, counting on the leslstinK withdrew a large part of Its Held force In that part of the terrain, and shipping It past Paris on the west, prepared for a flank movement against the German right wing. On September II, this maneuver began to be felt by the German troop north of the Marne valley the folding hack jof the German right wing had be- gun, With Verdun still the extreme jcast of the German troops affected j by the maneuver, their line was bent 'back, until with some ground gained In the Marne valley. It formed a semi circle, the ends of which rested on yiientin on-jl. Fere-Limn defense line and Ver dun. Un Viitemher 1- the German ; light w ing spread out again 111 a : northwesterly direction, and on the same day the German center tell back lieyond Chalons, reuching on the next 'day the strongly fortified positions shout which since September 13, has raged one of the most desperate slrug- I gles In military history. Itheims had' been re-occuiied by the French, and ilhe German line occupied more or i less the terrain In which It found It ''ielf on September 3, retaining, hnvv- j ever, the fort line of l.a Fere-I.aoli. 1 German Wing Too Strong. Another flank movement was at tempted by the French left wing on September fi, bill German resistance j proved too much for it, and the period i from September 1 to US is marked j by a si l ies of enveloping movements I against the German right wing, which, though biilllantly conducted on the part of the French, never led to ma terial results. As I lie French left ex tended the German right would ex- patid, reinforcements being hurried it.t.t I. -..ttl., .-onrinuoiislv on both, sides. ... ,,,,.,,.. ,,, ,,,, n. ',,,. .... . , ;,,, ,. ,- ...... t,...i Hr..,,u li.. lot-ether w ith ,. .... . , . ' , ' ,. i:r. ,.Cntrate Its efforts against the j,-rt,ncri troops beyond the breach in tnt, Verdun-Totil defense line. Another general movement ugulnst . . i..,.. ..,i.. I...A l.n nil inp l,f.rilllll IIKIll w lis ou.i jt..v... muved us far northwest as Hapauine i which was checked, however, ltr.0 Germans claim to have Itiisli Hclnroricmenls. The activity of tne French against the German right obliged the to brine new troops from the latter home garrisons, and in forced marches nd- ditional bodies were tuken from the vicinity of Verdun to meet tho en veloping maneuvers of the French, vu.nuhlli, the losses on both sides hu,i been verv heavy, the wounded j monopolizing almost the entire mil road service or the two camps. The herculean efforts of the French (.( atid German right continued, nui September -! the French . ii tuallv checked along udvance the eri- tiro line. The I rench lelt whik n."i finally become too attciituated locon-. its enveloping muiieiiv 11.-. .further extension of the line might I head to a break, and in that case I tables would have been turned com iplelely. other German reiiiforce i,,,..ins h id meanwhile reached the, vi cinity of Kapaiime, and riuht w ing began to bury the German itself ill en- Irenchuients. on September :i0 the German riKht wing again rested on Albert, where nn that day it defeated a large French force according to report uf the Ger- h..,i 11 i..n ihe liirht bank of the .Mouse lie surrendered again, accoroiiu; i.o French official reports. I t-inl-4 I'roiital Allai-k. Inerve-racklng. Send someone to the While the French gained somejilrug store and get a dime package ground in the Vosges they do not seem now. Quit sufferingit's o neeilless. to have penetrated as far as the tini-." V you Kt lr. James' Headache io nave j. mi Powders then there will be no dis- imits of the ratine, as nas neon as- Makes perfect coffee right, at the table no fuss no work no waiting H...I, ,1 in Gie French Biol i: liclal dispatches. Nor is it II ml continuation of the np,.n i,,,i the Freiiih had ngal" liiMideii lb,. Saudgau in I'pper Alsace. That an other hiMislon of Gerninn ti-rrltoiy was attempted from that direction seems likely In tbe face of the Ger man reports, but that It was etlectlve is denied by the fact that no opera tiojis of any importance have been recorded from there. On Hi tuber -the Germans repulsed u frontal attack on their riKht wing at Koye. The 'Germans gained considerable litoiind In following up the retreat of the French. While the Germans made (ery ef fort to break the Kplnol-Toul-Veidiin line, the French were equally con-I corned with breaking the German! center north of Verdun, w hose strong j entrenchment have so far dolled ev-j ery attempt of that character. French,! Knglish and Italian, ohsmris hae combined in saying that no Held works of such an elaborate and ex tensive character have even been laid out by u modern army, and the I French operations of the last few j days have Indicated that it has ben abandoned as hopeless to further nt-i tuck them. From German sources it, has been learned that these entrench-' infill were laid out behind the ad- 1 vanclng German forces b working minimis of the German laudstrum j without arms," as the organization i. , known. This Instance of icniarkablc foresight permitted the reining Ge"-j man forces to fall into ,, position ' which had been carefully selected ami prepared, in which In fad, corMliin.; was ready for the most stublmrn Or lense, scleral Trenches t arried. According to French and t id in., u ; official dispatches tUhtlm; in the ,i i inily of Arras, northwestern I'r.u'n,! was In full progress mi October :t and j , while there was a lull m opi-raii-m j in the Pennine ilistlicl. Migni unwell- made by the French in tin neighborhood of Solssoiis, wlnq-c a v eliil German trenches w.e i.iiiiel. In the W'oevre district, near Apt' inonl on the Mouse the Freiiih iliim several successes, with Genu, ill di.--j patches claiming the very oppu.nio. j Several sharp attacks Were m.iilc 'by the Germans on October ami t on the rrencn pimmons hi-uotii craonne and the Argouue foict. I Some of the giound ' gained by the I GeiniMiis was lost again on iho 4th, but oil the whole the opii.ilion ap pears to have been advantageous Oj tin in. on October 4 lighting on the German right and French left sub sided, the attention of the various, commanders being occupied with an, extension of their forces beyond At- I las. where on the following day the Intel minal'lc series of ntlai Un and' counter attacks of the two opposing . wings were continued without dci i- 1 sive result. West of Lille and west of' Lens collisions between cavalry setcens of the two forces occurred, j but these, like the lighting on the Ar- i ras-Albert-ltoye line, led to no deli-' nite developments. ' i Meanwhile the situation on the Meanwhile the situation on French and tierman centers bad re mained the same, no lighting IicIiik reported from either the Miso-.Meuse or Verdun-Uelfort lines. Tin) claim of the French to have made slight ad vances in the Mcusc hills Is Indirect ly supported by the German dis patches dealing with the situation un October 4-5. X.om Kngagemeiils. on October ti a new general en gagement hud begun on the French left and German right wings. French by what (avalry penetrated as far as twenty been a ! live kilometers linltheast of Airaa. but was driven back, the Germans succeeding In to-establishing their line. Contact between French and German cavalry wus established west of Kvsscl and Lens, but the Germans f:ucceeded In holding tlie ground they had gained. .Several attacks by tin French on the German positions at Arras-AlbertKoye were withstood successfully, though a counter attack of the Germans nt l-assigny was met by the French with eiiial success. Col lisions between the French and Ger man thinking cavalry troops occurred immediately north of Tourcolng. In- fantry and artillery bodies following- the mounted troops added aholh.'r few kilometers to the ever growing line. Home ground was lost by the French, however. Though the Ger man dispatches made no mention of s Dr, James' Headache Powders relieve at once 10 cents a package, Yon take a )r. James' Headache Powder and in Just a few moments iyour head clears and all neuralgia and . .1 ..:.i , ipain lanes away, n mo uuilko.h iUnd surest relief for hedach, iwhethrr dull. throbbinK. splittltiit or jappontmt.nt. SPLITTING I HEADACHE The Easiest IVay to Save Money TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR SPECIAL OFFER, A $7.00 ELECTRIC COFFEE PERCOLATOR FOR $5,08 or $4.98 IF YOU TRADE IN YOUR OLD COFFEE POT . ::"l;jSimms Denies Charges Slush bund and Says Gillcnwaler Is Whining Over Hopeless Fight V. II. Gllldiw uler. Chairman, p.opuh llcan County Cenlial t oinmlltee liear Fir: The deiuo.i.its of Heine- IIUo county do not believe that your open letter in the Morning Journal ut October 27. 114, needs further an-j swer than to show up some of the! glaring err ns and misstatements con I Hltied therein. It Is, Indeed, a new thing for you to assume ,i lie cloak of political righteousness, mid the iitl-i Idish'p of Ibis counlv watch will smiles your elicits to adapt yourself! In this new I ose. ' Yotl say the election Involves prill - IplcH, and that men ar incidental. In deed, this Is true; It Involve the prin ciples of holiest gn eminent and not I ling rule; fair taxation and not pl in 1 dot'; rule of the majority and not that of ling bosses; and in all this,, lual I lei the gang which yui now repre ! sent is on the side against principle I Voll col. Id not well feel that nuii are I more than Incidental, for urn are j forced to manage a tn In t w hich the I. ink and file of your own parly d i ; not want and have repudiated, and I which you yourself fei is iin-aillc.! Ilo the pros 'lit i risls in voni paiiv' i affairs. These lamlldates wire f c .1 'on yon by your rep inlican hos.n . n ml ! you h id to take them and m ik" the j best of It. I You will not deny lliat voni own i n II iciMiis al out some of vour i.iii ' did.ites have In en saPv in th i- tl'ilie. You ii iim Go- denim rats of lun j lug been controlled by four lead, is It iciialiily takes nerve for the Ilea- i t.iii' nt of Flank 1 1 ublc',1 and Comoro to wrap the i loak of m i iilioiit li I in and point vv ith hoi i ilhe denim rats iim lit loned The- b -MS i. tity ,r to ib in- ocrats, witii tin last of th, I of the paitv In a I roe c 111 lllbei - n cntiu I. iiiiiiicd ii b g.slaliv ! Iioiiml lo command j t he liiisinecK men Mi SSI Kieke, s; . in k i w hich ;'- the adllitl.itd'll '' .1' A 1 1 ll 1 1 ' I 'ill'- In-, i and ii n I 1 They w ere lait named ''V i'i,g jVoiir own candidates veio, and m i.itans were thrown off tin ticket at ilhe coinmaiiil of any bu-s. fan vol ay as Vou much '.' are the $.",,ni'ii i ii sui Ii only pel II V lie b, democratic fund exists a nii'U : ::i fund : V oil si v $;','Hi. tins. .Mr. Marroii was "assessed such gain the patch' s of let the ground los (Ween Challllie retaken. ."'"' " - iibol i a n m Hi in 'il i tl 1 1 i t by t he Fro mil he 's ii Ud Cove had boon ii v airy i in October liivcmcnt l ull-. 7 another nllcnipt made by the German cavalry to out flank the French cavalry northwest of Atlas, but it appears that the Ger mans were thrown back. Attacks 'made by the French on the German positions in the Coye district were unsuccessful, though the French re I took some ground they had lost a 1 few days before. There had been no fielding in the center, between Verdun and St. Mi hiel, hut un October 7 the Germans !lesiliued the olfeii.-ive. naming a ht- jtlo cronnd th of St. Mlhlel. An j advance on llattonchaici was check ed by the French. FiKhtihu was also reported from Wnevre where Die Germans moved west from Apremotit. bill were checked. An attack on the I Germans in the Argouue lores! was nu ssfully withstood by them. From October 3 lo Ii large Ger man reinforcements arrived in I'.ol- No reliable figures on their H in in. sin ngtli were olitaineil, nut II nas been learned that a lone of abonl ;:0.iMin Inl'.i utry, cavalry and nrtillei moved In the dirertion of the Franco Cclgiati border near Arras. .Nothing hail been learned of their dentinal tun ,,,i o, toiler !. AUSTRIAN DREADNAUGHT DAMAGED SERIOUSLY T MOHSINO JOUSMAl PI!ClAI. ilASffO Sil.I, London, Oct. -M (S:.'i() p. tu - A dispatch to the Genual News from Come, savs: "The captain of an Italian Nleainer which has ju.-'t arrived at Naples from Trieste reports that during the vo - uf. tlie Adriatic he observed an Austrian dreadiuiughl under way for I'oal. the Austrian nival base. "The ilreadnatiglil had come from ('attain, where, t ;ol, ntie of her burst, causing a Tlio vessel was l!cr lurrel was were rents ill hi during a ri nt a' - elKht-iiioh Kilns had magar.lne lo explode, seriously damaged blown op and llieiv r sides." RETIRED MINISTERS TO HAVE PROPER CARE Washington, Oct. ports on the progress i of in (Hi tiff funds for lli tetireil ministers iimoug nationalities featured the -v - l:'- if the Wol k support of the Varum;: ! second 'lay's j meeting of tin- Washington oonveti i,.n iiiaiiguralitig Hie Methodist I H 1 .' 1 ciiinpaign for a j:i,0(IU,OIMI fund lo ! ttunport super iiiniiaieil niinlsiois. j I lev. .1. Thais told of the work j among Iho Germans. Cev. Herman j young ri potted mi the Swedish con- ferom es alul C' V. W. H. Doau dis- j cussed tin- colored conferences. I of Campaign ! Ih no line Vnu stall' that the Gra hams Wore assessed $'.(UI; this Is like wise untrue. Vour t-tntemont that Mr Korber was assessed f :l ii 0 Is untrue. In fact your whole stall menl about the inbli ct set ms to be either an er ror or a misstatement. Vour siaia menl that there Is to be an outsld land which has not passed through iny hands is likewise incorrect. Vour i know I' .Ike uf tlie manner in wliuh ; the i el nipt pi Helicon ai t could le i avoided seems to be m working order ' Volt are wrong when oil state that you weie advis-d bv me that the dom- ocrals had refused vour offer to cur tail the use of money In election. When tlie democratic tcnimittcc "an ready ami willing to make such a pact il ii woiitj be kept In good t.uth It dlsioVored the secret meetings one of your lieutenants was holding away iroin vour hetidijunrteis, and we thoin real., d ib, utter futility of trying to! hold vou o uny such agt ceiuoiil The past expei loin es of the people h ivi not lo, them to believe thut anv su. Il agi eeiin nt i would be kept either in Il tier oi )"! it. Vour piildh al on of your camp i igu funds is the purest bun .onib. W hat hupp US between How lUld eleclloll Is really what counts, and vet vou Pa rade a six bundled dollar list Willi th' air of having I millv closed the mat ter; anv i hild Would know that you will i nihil evcrv penny you ' mi be tween now i ml election d.iv. and llir will not show on the still incut vm. f.lc now. The ileuio. ratio reci ipls id i xi 1 1 1 r.i will be published as Icqim I iw, and no effort will be ma evade it It Would be ill kceplUk' vour il vv pri tension of pohinal lily if "ii would publish an m ut Die ii i id vou used in the i iinii- ;i bv h mil .hi primary fight against Short! f Homer III 'int. o uisiibi ing your whole l. t r, il -Hikes the democrats of ih i '.I as I Ii til si Una VV. t. T I'l or vv blin d, hopeless tile oases I apt. un Hi ii r ii H..I- linM our ol caiidiilitti nrd has a i c. n i and v III' of ill th st ss w hu h ( wdl lose i pi rsuaiied us with n smile. V I'll! s at V 11 iiy Huh JOHN . 1 1 1 ii I at c I 'i SIMM UllH i 'i I 'ball mail. I I 'orniiiit tee tit r . i I 'GOVERNMENT RESTS JARED FLAGG CASE j I T MCISNINI1 JOUNNAl Hr.ClAL II...D WIHI. New Yoik. Oct. "V- The prosi'cii n,i turn lesled today in the case of Hie I'nvii nnielit against Jaieil Flagg. till ; dor indictment with foiincr 1'nlted ! Slates Troasuier liaiiiel . Morgan j and ut hers on a charge uf using the' malls lo di fraud. The Jury was ex-I i used until lotion row . ' Judgt Ciulklii denied a nioilon by j John Al. Coleman, Flagg's counsel, , that the case bo dismissed oil lilt i ground dial Iho government had fail- , oil to prove its allei'iitious, but said I licit Flag's conlrad with his cusioni- its did not prove Iraiid, and that I In bunks were not fraudulent. j "It Is apparent," i oiillnueil the . Judge. "Hint the Fluga schenii of op- i a I ii n was not In itself fraudulent. There Is hut one linpoi bint point to solllo, ami that Is, did the lluaniiiil condition of the firm lustily Hie rop i osculations 1 1 i.i !' -i in the probable profits which had bei i, nude'."' . CIIDCinCC ; i,ijlii wnVf. Oli Uvj I u LO IN EAST AND SOUTH m-MonsiNO joubnai. rte.iAi, Lri;to wist W'aslilngtiin, net. 3. --Winter's first attack, which brought killing frosts and hiting temperature lo many sec lions uf the country, practically had exhausted its 'll tonight. In Ihe south roinc unusually low temperatures pr e vailed lodav. but warmer weather was I near in their wake. The frnsl line iin the en si extended as far sciulh us I j the Interior of north Florida. t 'in t la ml. Me., today established a, j new cold record for October with a! i lompoi -a tin o of ti, and in New Vork , I the October mark of ::o was e,iui!led, ' The government forecasters, tonight ; j hullo. iloil normal tcmpi-ratiin would j prevail for the next two or three days , Deafness Cannot Be Cured hV liH'd ipll''lli'll". ttK-y ellllllKt I'-'I' ll il'lKi'im-il portion .if Un Mr. ili-n- I' U I aji to nir ili'fni-i. mill lint l tir email IhiU"" l ri-ilifilli'J. li-fiii'ii l eniinil br iin iiill.iin.il e.u.illtiiin of the iniii'im llnttiit f the hn-i.e-Iiim ifitii-. Wtifn thin tllhn l IndMicil son lei'i- , rituhllnT noiiuil or imperfK-t lnuiing, uml vvli.-t, : It t I'utlrely i'ii-i1 liin(ni-s Hi tlin .". .-"lit. i' unl'WH i he InBitniuatlon inn Is tnki n imu n il lllin lulu' r"tiiri"il ti mi imiiuul -.nl 1 1 1. .n . u Inu will he ili-ntmvi-il forever, nine in. li-ll Hill I-Hiineil liv CaUrrh, w lli'll Is l"l n trig lint a hill.inii-il i-niiiiillim nf tin iii'i'""" "i'""" W wtl! itii Oiu- Hmiilri'l li.illius I"; mo ',f ; of Ileiifnexs ittiMd In- anuria l Hint 'oiii-'l I't nirnl In Hall's i'surrb Cur. S. inl f-r elu-tt ( lam. frpr. . , , j , f. J. CUKVBY L LO., li'tcie, o. I Sil4 br UriiKgliifi, T-k Hm11 FiOUJj' I'lllx C"r c-itll"itle- i LUMBER Albuquerque Lumber Company 423 North First Street if . - r M a k es five cups cious of deli- coffec at a cost of less than one cent IN STERLING LIVES A GIRL Who Suffered A Many GirU Do-TelU How She Found Relief. Strrlinc Conn. "I am ft Rirl of 22 years and 1 usul to faint .wj every month anil was very weak, i was also hiitliereij lot with female wonknesx. . 1 reail your little book 'Wisdom for Wo men,' and 1 saw how other had been helped by l.yilia F i'inkham't VogrU bl CoitiKiuii,l, and dcrlcM to try it, ami it hnt tnuile me feel like a new girl anil 1 urn now relieved of all these troubles. I hon. nil ynunK ' I iritis will cot relief as I Inn. 1 never i felt bet ter in my!:''. -iVi rixovjuiN, Uox HG, : : , i, rrkriiA. ', i 'in. Mnssenn, N. Y. - ' 1 ilia V.. l'inkhnm Y I nave taken I.y etablu Compound nd it. If anyntw ntnl I highly reei' want to write to me I will (jlailly tell lo r about my case. 1 was certainly In a bail condition 'is my blood was all turn ing to water. 1 luul pimplea on my faea ntnl a bad color, and for tlvo years I hnd been troubled with suppression. Tha doctor culled it 'Anci'.ia ami Exhaus Itnti.'and said I w as hII run down, but l.ydia 1!. rinkhtim'a Vcnetablo Com lmiiil brought me out nil riKht" Miss I avisa Mvki:s, Box 74, Masaena, N.Y. Voting (iirls, I1cm! This Advice. Girls w ho are troubled with painful or irrepttlnr ieric!, l.a kaeho. iH-adHche, (lrani;ih(Tdnwn sensations, filntinif sticlls or ind.'gestiiin, should immisli it 'ly seek restoration to health by taking" l.y dia K. PinkliHtn's Vegetable Comisiueii Qep Yoi r Car in Comfort MARVEL Alto CUaner Wait, auj PoIuH No mirfn annd with watar ml BmselMn your ear larwlwt. quick ly. M!1r, tti clnllfi wit. Drag) t wmA gat baa sajnala tan. STIIONG M'TO CO., CUT. How To Make the Quickest,ShnplestCough Kemeay Much lleller than Ike Riy. Mailr Hind ml ou Sae f i, l-ullj- (.uaraalrrd lliis lioiiie-iiiailii eoiieh syrup is novr. I used in inoie hiiuies than unv other eotlgli ! leiuedy'. Jts pioinptness, esse and ter i tiiinty in eoniiierui!! distressing cough, Ida si und tlirout colds, is reully remark ! aide. Vou can actually feel it take hold. 'A daV use will usually overcome tlio ! ordinal v enngli relieves' even wliuopiiiff oougil ipiiekly. Splendid, too, for bron cli it ih, Hpiisiiiixlie croup, bronchial asthma I ami inter couglis. I Get from ii ti v ilrujigist 2',4 ounce nf . l'iuey (all routs worth i, pour it m a pint I bottle and till tlie bottle V it II plain griinn- In led sugar svrup. This gives you al a i cost of onlv a I rents a full pint of Is'tter ! cough svrup Hum vou could buy for $i.:M). ' 'C..L..U b,,l .. f... t.ti, niles lii nrelinri. h'nll ! direclions with l'iuex. 'i'aslea Rood and i never spoils. Vou will be nloHssntlv surprised lioir quickly it loosen drv, hoarse or tight coughs, and Ileal I lie inllained tnem liraiies ill a painful cough. It also stop Hie formation of phlegm in the Hi rout and brimcliiul tubes, thus ending- tbe per distent loose cough. 1'iiicx is a most valuable eoni-entralra compound of genuine Norway pine ex tract, rich in .'tttiiaeol, wliitit is so Ilea I ing" to the membrane. To moid disappointment, sure und ask your (li ugatst fur "id'.-i oiiiil-cs l'inex,'( and don't iii'cepl anv time- d". . , A giiaruntee i f ah-cli.U, sai.eifuction, or moiiev promptly , n fin"!' I, k "os witll this pietiii ration. Tie' j'::' 'i. Co.i i't. VV'uyne, I ml. Hudson for Signs i Wall Paper HUDSON for Picture Frames Fourth St. anil Coppr Am. --l Wint s hlitli Mrnflf cmpliTsT Or ths listtur Rrmlt uf rvsntiiT Muk nu of th wa.ut anlumn of lb JnarnaJ. Glass-Paint Cement - Plaster 'I i i vy