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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
...tv.kIXTH YEAH Tr vHIV. No. SO. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1914, GOVERNMENT IS i COMPELLED TO. I I Dallr 17 Currier or Mall o a. Moiuh. (Single Coplea, Ao. INTERFERE IN BIG BUSINESS iiilrc i lu cna. tinent of tin1 Bcyburn i mI Iromt securities Mil mid tin Owen stock exchange 1 1 II. the prohibition t iwiil agency iisi'' emciits mr imp disposition of Inlcrslat.. corporation securities, the sali' of Mich securitlis only under t ho direction of the inter state Commerce lonimlssion or tho trade commission, thai Mich corpora tions be not permitted to deposit their funds in private banks and that mi nimal minks he prolliliited from mail ing permanent Inv estment In bonds in cx.es of 2." per cent of their capital ami nirplus. HUNGER T LIKELY TO LEAD TO RIOTING IN Samuel Untermeyer Makes Sensational Address Before Bonneville Club of Salt Lake City. RAILROADS SHOULD BE CAREFULLY SUPERVISED 8 Discusses President Ripley's Suggestion and Says It Does Not Go Far Enough to Solve Problem; MANY OFFICERS IN BRITISH CASUALTY USTj ;BV HOHNI'tQ JOURNAL RPtCIAL LCAIIO WlR 1 London, Oct. 2! :16 p. in.) A j casualty lint, da'ed October 24 and' October 27, Issued tonight, gives the names of twenty-three officer killed, forty-.'lght wounded and seventeen Aiiiouk the killed ale Captain The Hon. Charles Henry Stanley MoncU, of the Cold Stream guard, heir o( Viscount Monck, and l.ieilt. Col. W. I. Loriiii, of the Koyal Warwickshire reglm nt. In tho list of wounded upp ar the names of .Major laird Hsnie Charles Gor.lon-Lcnm.x, of the Scots guards: Lieut. Col. G. I'. T. FL-hling. of the Cold Stream Ruards; Brevet Lieut Col. C. G. Stewart, of the Itoyal Field artillery, anil Lieut. Col. Hugh !uvik While-Thomson, of the Itoyal Ilors.-artillery. BELGIAN CITIES Starvation, May Rise Against Authorities and Cause Un told Bloodshed, GENERAL VILLA ZAPATA II FULL HTML 'rational ..n Vint u.n fler the storm-i Jiost and most ,-citing meeting the' l'aHKembl had witness.-,! For a time I It threatened to bleak Into riot. The convention for several minutes , was in (onfiiHton. The delegates reached for their o..eis but finally a ided ,, die be. aiming speeches of their colleague. The 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,,e, uned shortly o fi er the in rival el I w .-nt -miv repi esciila. ttvcH if General Zapata. It developed' o if n ! BOTH S1DEST0 STRUGGLE IN Bl 1 FRANCE ARE anie not as a in hoi l.rd to leal n the i s of before Ictevii.ipliiny Id- the for Desperate Men, Driven by Speech by One of Southern Bandit's Aguas Calicn,tes Causes Riot. Repicu'iitatives (it Almost CLAMOR FOR FOOD HAS BECOME MORE INSISTENT Chairman Hoover Receives Urgent Telegram From Cap tain Lucey Describing Piti able Condition of People, -.r ft MEXICANS COMPLAIN OF ' 19 MORNINO JOURNAL RRCCIAL LCARIO WlR Washington, Oct. 2 It. Complaint that the military authorities on the border were discriminating" against the constitutionalists and in favor of .(he Maytorena rebels at Naco was i lodged with the war department to day by Kafael Zubulan, head of the ed that he had ben told by ripreson- . orstitutinnulist agency here. It was charged that the American military officers would not allow General Hill's men to cross the border, a priv ilege freely accorded to the Mayto rctm element. liiiilly of J HeclcsMie-H. WashiiiKton, ''t. 2!. Captain Warren i)e;;n, Fifteenth L'nited States cava.ry, rrc"ntly tried before a court martial at hi Paso, Tex., has been found guilty of carelessness l:i his accounts and sentenced to be re duced ten files in his lineal rank. This case will be acted upon by Sec retary C.arrisoii next week. MORNINO JOURNAL tRtCIAL LEA (CO W.R1 Salt Like Cit.V, I'tah, Oct. I'll. 1 The time has long since passed for the claim that the government should not Interfere with business," declared Samuel I'litermeycr, the New York lawyer. 111 addressing the Honnevilli ehih here toniKht. "That aphorism," he continued, "applies to a bygone day when business was small and In. cm I. We all recognize now that for years past business has controlled the government and the time has come when government must regulate and control business." The speaker named among the leading problems of the day railroad control, the protection of minority stockholders In big corporations, reg ulation of these corporations In the public intonst, regulation of stock exchanges ai d the present cotton sit uation. KiiggcMs ICeforiii Plan. Vast abuses In which the public Is tho helpless loser have grown up In all of these problems except the cot ton problem, the speaker said, and he made suggestions for reform. Touching the railroud situation, he said: "Confidence In their stability has been so far destroyed that upon the opening of the exchanges we shall not only have foreign holdings clumped up n iih beyond our onpnriP. tn -t l- 1 sorb '.hem but we shall find our home i Investors equally precipitate in their: desire to unload." i A nninher of the creat railroad svh-I tems, he stated, are either in the l,.r.,lu ..t t .,!..,-.. .... .... ..r re. eivershipa. (lovernment supervi- sion thus far has proved superficia', j .Mr. Fnternicvcr placed little Mod; I r i In tin, assertion of railroad chiefs that ;Stl OllgCI' Investment DCHlid tneir troubles are due to the exactions , of labor and hostility of the govern- j mi ut. I Illumes the ItailroioK j "I think It will be found, as a re- j suit of the physical valuation of prop- crties that Is now under way, and j of ait investigation of moneys that! llaV. I'lilli. .1... .r. rl'lLU lllul ' ,.,, , . j provemeiit continued today in they are iiuv n:r remiinerntive re- ' ; iliooeulte limine ul ulli,ti,n T hi U'.id turns Uioii the actual investment ex- ' ! of cept in iiistarices where the roads .accentuated not only by the stronger ; ,)(, were hailly conceived or dishonestly i invest ment demand, out also oy ine j or iiieonineiintlv iiianagcd." he con-(Significant fact that foreign interests! tinned. 'were negotiating for a bum r $10,-' III iM.I.WS The visitor referred to the sugges- I , ,(,(1,00(1 for six months on a a'' per. Iln mole by president Uiuley. of the'.,,,,, i,.ls.iM Santa road at a dinner of the j 'j-he market for numerous short Knife and Fork club at Kansas t'ityjtPrln issues was active. Money on i recently, that the government shall jmP ad call ev inced an easier trend, j guarantee the roads u certain percent- (considerable thirty days' loans belli1 "kc oi earnings and mat the govern- j M,de ,lt :, 1Kr rent. meni he represented on the board or i tii .,r.ti,r. 0.1..1 uiiominn nssiinie'l PLAN OF GUADALUPE NOT DRASTIC ENOUGH Policy Enunciated by Conven tion Declares foi Immediate Division of Big Landed Es tates in Mexico. T MORN. NO JOURNAL RRICIAL LIAICO WIRI, London, Oct. 2! (7:.'..". p. 111.) "It II O TDfltiDC AT MA PA I'lireu utat in uieir desperation ine, U. O. I nUUro A I IN AL-U . hungry people will attack the aulhori- ! jties. Thin would cause serious loss of i I life." ' So stated Capt. T. K. Lucey, repre- I K'ntutive of the American coinnils-j sum for relief itt llelglum in a tele gram sent to Herbert C. Hoover, , chairman of the commission, from Ilolterdam today. Captain Lucey add- . . r.1.3 WIRI I Oct. '.'7 He. Iir MORNIN JOURKJO. RRtCiA Aguas CallenloH, Mex., layed In transmisstion.) - A coalition of the delegates rtl pi escnting Ociieral Villa and llenciul Zapata practically ruled today's session of the Mexican tativcK of the national relief commit ; tee that In Lru.s.scls, Churlcrol, Liege Namiir. Moils and Iiinant 3,t'llt),0tn . 1 eersons were being fed by charity an I ;that only four days' supply of flour :was on hand. In the vicinity of Liege j conditions were more desperate than elsewhcn, if possible. There the ne icessities of life were urgently needed, j I 'lour c-dol l..t. TURKEY II nrniun nun r. Mil Itt -I UUIIK 1 11 1 mini 1 nnii 1 uuuiiiu nun are accept- ON RUSSIA 1 1 IMPROVEMENT IN : FINANCES SR01 nill CT ULLT U . VVnLL U MILL I , "llealls, peas and ll able," Captain Lucy's telegiam said "lint the great necessity and the ur gent appeals from all concerned for vvlicat flour." The message concluded: "You may be convinced that statement .V oil have received orb has underestimated conditions I'olultiin. Cleat danger is thicatcned. To avoid it you must get flour to thei people, and get It at once." The Mea.nei JrN, the second ship, which will take supplies to llelglum fl for the American retici omiuissioo, is expected to sail from London a re any card In I ('v Special Leased Wire.') i TOKFO, OCT. 3D (11:15 a. iih.) The Ivitssi m embassy here 'announces tlial Ttirkev lias ! j opened war on Russia. , Tlie'.tl. isia (fim r'y KatYa) is Russian seaK)rt on the soutli- sat- east coast or Lriiue:t, ahout a that Uiey egat's but olventicii et'dentlals I vplaiii- aiiiatir. cmv ! f They were accntde.l Mats on the1 plallorin ainiil heels ami their lead ' .is weie Invited to si.c.iU. I'aiihlo Mai'tine, id scribed the 1,1,,1's of thei Plan of Avala. the plait .f the : Zaput.i movement, inf.uiiiing the con-! V illi;. 11 In forcible tones that If It were! not in cepted by the mill iilmn Zapa-1 tii Haliny would continue to fight, lie! jwa.1 given an ovaliuu which was the; first indication that ihe convention 1 believed in the plan of Ay ila, which; ileclutes lor an immediate division of I the big landed cstaPs in Mexico. Insults Mexican I lug. Antonio Solo y O.ini... who spoke: next for Ihe ZaputKias, precipitated a ! Umax which threaten, d In disrupi' the convention. The fu-t pmi ,,f ,is speech, full of flovvely phrases, wa.il iiniinlmonsly applauded hut one of his I metiiphors miscarried, lie md toin-i pared the Mexican flag to a lag and i was not permitted to finish his figure' of speech. Indignant and angry dele-1 gates o.se to their feet with menacing ! gestures. J j It. dill ill Itroaks I.imcc. Tho Mexican flag on the platform 'was horn away by angry d legates' i from the place where the orator stood ! land the convention was in uproar at; .once. Some of the delegates withi j bandit on their pistols yelled at each I other in a mad fury. Antonio Villa-! I real, chairman of the convention,! I pounded in vain for order, out of the; i boxes and galleries i rowds of spei ta-i tors Matted in a panic before the' doors hoping to est ape before shoot-, ling began, (ieneial i.biegon and; Oenerul !l ay and other prominent! jdolegutes, howtver. rushed to the. (platform and standing by the flag :.sie-!-ded In obtaining order out i.f the. chaim, ' Indifferent to I pllbcls. ( During the hostile demonsirallon .Mr. Solo y (iaina utood Impassively on i ith4e rostrum indifferent to the epithets: jof the delegates on the floor. Dually i vv hen illiet was restored lie resumed liis speech explaining that If he had; i Itecii permitted to fihish his scnteii. e, : jit would have been seen thut he! 'mount no affront to the Mexican flag.. j What he Intended to say he declares ! was that the flag had become a lag: jvviich traitors to real liberty had used i as an emblem In obtain power and ' 1 ,110.1 the flag was coming to Mund for' EXHAUSTED BY VIOLENCE OF 6 ALLIES AND GERMANS WAIT FOR REINFORCEMENTS WHILE THE MEN TAKE NEEDED REST IN TRENCHES Battles in Poland and Galicia Are Favorable to Russians, Who Continue to Press Kaiser's Forces Back; Czar's Ar mies Greatly Outnumber Enemies and Fresh Troops Tell Upon Endurance of Teutonic Opposition; Revolt in South Africa Is Being Assailed Vigorously by General Botha and Scattered Remnants of Maritz' Defeated Command Are Being Rounded Up by Loyal Boers and English; British Navy Is Called Upon 'to Check Laying of Mines Near the Irish Coast. Summary of War News of Yesterday oiilM Hiding featiiri n of the lire the outran, e of Tnr- Hie struggle, as reported etlograd. an. I the letiienieiit si a bo d of the I'.rlllsh ad "f I'rin.e Loins of Latten- sincc the war began the tiltl Turkey hits been the subject It has been iVepoiled a tiin. s thai Turkey was on I 1'400 .hundred miles north of Sebasto- urday. The vessel will carry tons of wheat, rice and peas. "The IHit.h. minister of tne inte rior." says I'.eiiter's correspondent at The Hague, "has issued telegraphic Instructions to the Dutch officials en gaged in handling the liclgian refu gees in Holland that the invitation ex- . n I I r- " i . i tended to mese reumees io i.nn.i ... , i ueveiops ana foreign inier-j their own country must not degener- ' I Hack" ests Are Attempting to Ne-IIJTZ Ti.eo,iosia !,f choice either to remain or to de- :()f allUtlt 1 JO miles. Tlw.uu .if Ilie llel.'iallS Who II r.? I . ! destitute will continue to receive as-. Xcw York, Oct. 2.-Steady Im-I BlHtance. "I'll.- ut ii I iiiiiiilll ilk' 111 Nt'V tl 111 tho Putrh puprrs (hat distrilnition JTad, KKX mil, with whkh it is connected ly j farl,in!1 Uvtl iinr lvfp;,l,, r;'l,M;1 1 , 'and deploring the incident. With rail. idraniatic fervor he announced that all Xuvorssvsk is tn the northeast I "V'" ' i"""""'1 "' i" I Avala, one of the delegales then Coast of till" J'.l.ll'k sea ailll IS the inske.l If the other generals of llie.llvi- 'I'he hlil gr. at war r.cy Im from r as first luh'iiily berg. Kv.r tilde of of dollht. i.uiiiber of the verge of Joining forces with fier maiiy; it was even said that ilcrinany had supplied the tottoman govern tiient with large sums of money. Orcnt llriluin warned Turkey to keep off and recent advice front Constan tinople Indicated that Turkey Intend ed to maintain her neutrality. -Non loiiies word Let Turkish j Individualism rather than a purely nu- cruiser has hum har.l'f Ihe l.'ussiaii tlonal emblem. j -tea port of 'I'heoilosla, in Ihe Crimen, j Adopts Zapatista Plait. jaiid that iiiu.tber Turkish cruiser has j limine (loniile. ilara, of the ilia j threatened the seaport of Novnros- Of sea. the It territory is almost at a 1 1 f the gotiate Large Loan, the food among the lie! restricted and later stopped en- tirely, is officially denied i:i;ti it t iio.mks i Theod. isia, Crimea f via .")). I. hiiu ians was to .0'c,)(.. (() ,,is ; Turkish cruiser with three jiiels iKdiihardcd tlie station Tvi:iti' icily, ilamaiu the cathedral fini te la d i'ectors. Mr. 1'ntcrmeyer asserted that t!ie Ki)ley plan had ut least th.J germ of a practical solution, but thought that Hlpley wanted too hlgil a percentage of earnings guaranteed. I'ntermeyer added thut governmeni representation on the boards would not he enough the government Bhoul control the boards, he said. Scores the Money Trust. Characterizing the so-called money trust as "the most elaborate, ingen ious and perilous oligarchy of credit the world has ever known," Mr. fri termeyer said the currency bill und the Clayton antl-trus' bill would help materially to curb it. although the Clayton bill does not go far enough, lie mentioned as remedies still re- Amsterdam. Oct. ! 10 p. m.) A dispatch received from Ito.endal savs that 14, "Oil i gian refugees returned Tuesday , 12.S3H Wednesday to Antwerp, ! that 5,500 of them have b fl the j again for Holland. London. here in! If-reck sheds. A The cotton pool situation another phase today when local In terests announced their Inability to; ....,,Trp occ arrive at a settlement with Liverpool ! h MAuNA I LO OLL but city 'ltd. I hank catipht !of the 'left in ne , church, a pier ami some One soldier was wound- branch of the Russian of foreign commerce fire. At the conclusion bombardment the cruiser a southwesterly direction. (brokers, over contracts which were! j outstanding at the outbreak of the 1 war. The financial side of the proposi- ; j lion was further complicated by the; I refusal of the Interior banks to Join j in the plan pending more definite as- ' 'surances from southern banking In- j i terests. j Predictions of trade improvement, j (is voiced by the executive of the ; ll'iiited States Steel corporation, were' j supplemented by merclal Interests PROSPERITY AHEAD1 J MKATIIKIt l'OKKCAST. j Washington, Oct. ZV. New Mex- Ico: Fair Friday and Saturday. 1 V MORNING JOURNAL SPECIAL LCA9CO WIRS1 liirmingham, Ala., Oct. Lead ers in the iron and steel industry of the country discussed the past, pres ent and future of the business at the annual ban.piet of the American Iron and Steel Institute here tonight. Al bert H. (Jury, chairman of the board bunking and com-1 of directors) of the I'nit. in VHi ious sections i 1 orooration. presided. The uddresses of the country. Hank clearings show-1 were optimistic, both as to the steel ed u more irregular tendency with j Industry and as to the general busi contlnued contraction at this center. , ness prospects. The Hank of ICngland statement 1 James Bow ion, president of was again noteworthy, chiefly for its j Gulf States Steel company, and George continued gain of precious metal j W. dinners, president of a local which in the past week amounted to 1 plant, declared the acquisition by the over $9,000,0(10 to which an over- ! l'nited States J-'teel corporation of the I Xovorssysk, Caucasia (via iretroprad.'Oct. ")). The Tuik iisli cruiser Kamidieh, which ar rived here today, demanded the surrender of the city and the government properties, threatcn- statessteei jnjr m case 0f refusal to bombard fdon of the north held Ihe same view. Led hv Oenernl l.'elio.. Aiel.u Hie u 1 1 u u generals of the north rose to a dist'llK'C signified their approval wliere- jiipon a standing vote recorded the .great majority as favoring the plan jof the Zapatistas. (.nut Ovation Tor Colonel. I'etl'o-i Another dramatic moment In the (j.Qday' session came when Col. Alfredo Serranos of the Zapatistas' eomnils-1 asion, defending (lama's utterances, .slated that the Zapatistas did not . 'carry tin. Mexican flag while fighting. aild iagainst their brothers but entered ' battle with courage In their hearts; 'and rifles in their hands. As he; jstood there, coutless, wearing II j 'brown shirt, wiih a brown hnndker-: jihief around his neck, In khaki Irons- ! ers and leggings, he was given the I I most enthusiastic ovation which thei convention bad accorded any prevl-i , hum speaker. I When the other delegates had Ispoken telegrams were received from! lociieral Zapatii authorizing some of: bis representatives ut the convention) .formally to present their credentials: jas delegates. The report of the con-', jvention headed by General ohregon, ; .Mexico City to inter- 1 Will not be presented j coliventioii 1 credentials of the Za W'hen the day's ses sion ended the Zapata delegates wore conversing In 11 friendly way with the remainder of the delegates. which went to view Carranza until after the morrow on the .ata delegates. sysii, on the iflacK sea. I'nder stress of pursuit by Itritlsh ; warship the German cruisers Goe bi 11 and lireslaii early In the war ;took lefnge at Constantinople. They jvvete purchased by Turkey, but the I German officers and crews were re 1 tallied. Later they sallied forth and man 111 warning was Issued by Itussia that (Should the Russian warships meet j these two cruisers they would open lire. Hie former German warships have proved a cause of irritation 'throughout the last few weeks to the j allies, and Great Hiitain asked the .ottoman government to remove the 'Germans from the vessels, but Tur key replied Hint this was a domestic ; question. ; Meanwhile Turkey has been under siirvellliince by the allies. Her action In the present attack 011 lliissian Heli ports has not been explained, but It in possible thai her injection into the war may bring to arms some of the Balkan slates which have, up to the present, remained iiiiesient. Ihe retirement of Prince Louis of llattenbeig from Ihe Ifrltish admiral ty will be learned Willi 110 surprise, for the I'.iitish admiral who held the post of first sea lord, has been thei suliject of a news-piper campaign be cause of bis Austrian l.lrlh and bis German connection. In bis letter of resignation, Prince Louis says he has been driven to the painful conclusion mr WQRNINfl JOURNAL aPIC.Al II4IIO MURR London, Oct. tx.r.0 p. m.) Tim battle of the Yscr nnd the series of light' which lias taken place along the dhole front In Belgium and I ! ranee appear, with the troops now exhausted, to have degenerated Into numerous Isolated attacks and coini- ter-attacks In which the gains and losses are about ennui between tho 1 ..inhalants. On that part of the buttle front neatest the ma where the Germans have delivered repeated attacks Willi daily increasing forces In their ef tort to make their way to Dunkirk and eventually to Calais, and where the allies have offered such stubborn resistance there has been another day of comparative calm, and although the Gciuiaii in their morning hullc llu claim tu have made some progress to the Hunt I) of Niellport, the French In their communication this evening b.iy there Is no change. Soulhivartl iMotctuetil. In fact, as was epected, tin. der ma mm seem to have transferred their' more serious operations further In land and to be trying to break through the allied lines from Lille, which, If successful, would compel the allies, who ale holding the front through Vines to the coast, to fall hack toward Dunkirk. However, nothing of great moment Is likely to be accomplished until th Hoops who have been fighting stead ily for a fortnight have been given some rest and reinforcements arrive to llll up the great gaps which have been made In both armies as a re sult of the continuous attai k. Indefinite Statements. In Ihe meantime there has been some sharp lighting while each sldo is endeavoring to bold th" positions they at present occupy, or to secure better positions which Would give alt adv antage w hen the next big halt Id breaks. Itoth claim to have been suc cessful In this, and the official re ports are full of sentences such as: "The enemy's attacks have been repulsed," or "We have made prog ress." The same thing Is going on to the easlwaird where the Germans are pushing their long promised attack toward Verdun, while the French are doing all In their power to keep them from that f.nto-ss. In all of these at tacks iMisi.ncrs urn I guns are lost by ion.- side or the other while trenches 'arc evacuated. I (.011111111 l osses In Poland. 1 In Poland, where the A llslria ns a nil .Germans are retiring before fresh I iii.u I t , , 1 1 : 1 1 1 111. hv Hussians. some- decisive has occurred. Ih-.t liiu t.l.a), 1. ,,,.... 1.. 1....I .. . ' , . . . ' ' . Hi lilies hi isses to-1 ,, , ' '. 1 tiling more . .. 100 00a. o o, ,oe ii.iimi.uiv Having a week ago driven back the 1,1 " "" 10 j , i,., ,,,,, ,.K W,ich w as ...ci.oaie ine i.isk 01 11.1111111iNi1.il. the town. The I tirkish consul and officials wen.' arrested. The the' miiser withdrew. GIAI It XL ( ltltZ 11 s si kog roucr: to which he had devoted Along the battle trout ginui and the north of his life .. both Kra nee, same Bel li ml l.-i-.v : night Increase i added. of $4,750,000 should be the ; Fergusson Has Earned and Will Get the Support of the Voters Next Tuesday effi- Fevv congressmen have made records of faithfulness and cienoy e.iual to that of Hon. Harvey If. Fergusson. He has never failed tho people. He hiis never done a dishonorable thing. Every citizen of New Mexico has a right to be proud of him as a representative of all that is best in the slate. ( He has been watchful of New Mexico's interests, meanwhile rec ognizing the fact that he is in the employ of all the people of the l'nited States nnd must legislate for all of the people. Every citizen of the state is a beneficiary of Mr. Fergusson's st statesmanship. The thousands of dollars, Just received by each of the educa tional, penal and charitable Institutions, came as a result of the Fergusson ac t. A large part of the expenses of the public schools are borne through income, from land grants secured by Mr. Fer gusson. He is willing to work, and knows how to work for New Mexico. He will be triumphantly re-elected. Tennessee Coal, Iron & Itailrond "marked an Important epoch In development of the industry in Birmingham district." j Mr. Connors criticised the govern-, menl's suit seeking to separate the 'tratlH' Tennessee company from tne titeel LOXnON', OCT. MY (2 nt 'l Ivfiilcr fhn;if rli Co.;", ' . 1 the Constantinople says the tion between Cieat 1'ritaiu :f)3 n. from Aguas I Washington, Oct, ;!!. official ports received here tonight said G eral Carranza had 10,000 troops Leon (twenty-live tulles so lift h ; in the eastern arena, tli BHIlYi' being told of intermediate actions, I The British admnall v continues to r.--I call attention to the effective ser-en-iviee rendered by the warships off the at .North sea coast; the French tell of of (German repulses and French prog- llcnt.s) ready to block any southward movement of Villa forces SIMM-ilo t. ev ent the Aguas Ca I volition fails to effect a p 1 lotion i.r up. '1 timoiiiti...v urkev is beoinmp; daily more! ; 1 and appears to be near-;' and I corporation. PEACE TREATIES MAKE WAR NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE the l'nited States und other an, mnre powerful." ies almost impossible will have! V MORNING JOURNAL RRKCIAL LKARrO WIRI l)es Moines, la., Oct. 20. William J. Bryan, secretary of state, tonight predicted that by Chrismas of this year pace treaties, making war be tween countri been signed with practically all of th. civilized nations of the world. Secretary Bryan closed his cam paign tour of Iowa with an address here In which he urged Ihe voters of the state to "lift up the hands nT President Wilson." lie left tonight for Omaha, where, tomorrow he will begin a tour of Ne- 1 brf.eka. in"; the break in,"; point. "ft is believed." adds the dis patch, "that should the allies ex perience a setback in the Kuro- pean theatres oi tne war dally in Poland, it would be im possible to restrain the Turks, as the war party 'OlM T.S TO AIM (;o r.uxoit m YTom: a ( ' is becomin"; more Nogales, Ariz., Oct, 2!l. -Si: dred Mexican troops from Iw.w. forma arrived today at Nogal nora, supposedly 011 their way t Ito leinforce the Villa, troops und r espe- j Governor Maytorena. ; racy were composed 01 .;., inian jtry, 200 cavalry and l"0 artillery with t..n. 10:, chin., uiniu anil ai -IIH cry. ress: the Germans speaking ot the buttles In France and Belgium, de mies eon - j ca re that their progress is entirely ireful so- ! sal Islactory. The liusHiun hosts advices, pushing tin Auslrlans back. This, tent, Germany has 11 A uslria ns aver they holding their own. The report that ' iii . 1 1 1 1 11 - four field . Nil. und .lie piece : possession pausing a I Home, but lit Is l.clicv : suppi 1 led Fiance. of southern prof oil nd in Italian d thai iir. hv Great . i:llll, HILL MFAYS TO PI Its,! i: M TOI!l.' A Lord h. I.OXDOY. OCT. 30 (3:30 a. 111.) O dispatch to the Times from Petrograd says it was the former Herman cruiser T'reslati. which now flies the Turkish fla";, which shelled Theodosia. San Antonio, Tex., Oct. 211. Gener al Benjamin Hill in .barge of the constitutionalist forces r.s preparing to lake the offensive In a campaign against the .Maytorena fori ps as soon as the Agu.is Calientes conference is adjourned, a message from Naco, Ariz., tonight announced. Maytorena's army ia reported re treating from the jwaril I leriiinslllo. I Geneial Hill say 1 men and artillery to pun ipuign and will force tli (.Nogales and I iermosi Ilo. Advices w ere received tionalist Consul Iteltraii fort wa.. being mud.- to for the .Ma.vlorena ...use which wus advancing 11 Warsaw, the Hussians have now .-truck nt their cenler. southwest of Hi.. Polish capital and, according to Ihe Pctrograd report, have broken the resistance of the last units of the armies which are trying to maintain I In iiis.lv es ninth of Ihe Pllltza river. The lliissian cavalry has reoceii pi.d Ila. I. .111, where many men and guns and much War material has been ca ptni ed. llolh Sides CI11 lin Successes. on the east Prussian front ier a long which line the Germans look tho of fensive, boih sides lay claim to sue. cess. In South Africa, the situation ap pears to be more favorable. General Louis Botha, the premier. Is at the head of the army which Is operatim; iagainst the rebellious comma ndoos, has taken j under Generals Beyers and de Wet, while loyal commandoes, Butch nnd Impression in ! Fnglish. are gnlhering in the rent political circles i nauls of the commando of w hich ece will not be I Lieutenant Colonel M'urttK was the Britain and leader until he was wounded and fled (across the German border. I Mure X Igllanre Askiil. With Ihe presence of German mines If the north coast of Ireland, which I mad.1 II tie. i ssarv today for tho ''"'"K" steamer Olympic to put into a north f Ireland poll, the London newspa pers are asking mat ine admiralty aec. riling to ' 1111a ns and ' I certain ex- j d, but the' are virlunlly j Albania, r lown tu bas I'.-nte a cam-1 , 1 lighting to i by Constini fluit an ef float a loan l.v pledging the revenues . Guaymas and f Ihe Nog,. custom h.ois. s at Ies. lake more vigorous measures to pre vent the continuation of this sowinif of mines, it is believed that vessels flying neutral fl.ifM are responsible for these mines. The papers are also Ul'glnc that stronger measures be taken, to rid S7 i"w7w..3S,VvJ!,i. . t