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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1914.
FIVE JIE DECLINES TO REPRIMAND WITNESS FOR USE PIG Iff Decides That Under All Cir cumstances Louis llfeld Was Justified in Employing Strong Language, DRAMATIC SCENE IS ENACTED IN COURT Rmthei-in-law of Arthur Staab Expresses His Views of tho, Lattoi Will. for Attack Made muvuuvn xpputs oiwit unu uyiy troiu ! to Giltenwater and Calls Attention to The most inienncly dm ninth' Reenoii that Im" y't been cnu, ti d In the trial . . .. i.ii ihn will of .Iinliie! I IHI' l ""H"' "I " , ..... .1... .1. .,(. 1 1,, JUllllS .SliiaO, II lO". I.'r III",.-.! vi4i.oo.' ; .. amnM-il in a courtroom in New I I,-xii',i look plan- yesterday afternoon j !-r Sir: In today' Morning wtll. iis (lie elimax of a rigid ( runs-1 J"t" al you made an atim k on tho MHiiination durini! the course of county t oad hoard and on me per(in . u: ,. .1.,. miiiiMi' had inimirentlv I ally. If it were not lor the fact that t. on - i i..Vn lesiraininir his emotions with J m.al difficulty, l.oui llfeld Hinted lo ilie jury that he considered tne notion f Ai'ihur Sin. ib iu bringing the con test nuiliii'i: If V than a "damned init ial;''." Immediately, Attorney Xeill I!. Field, in answer to whose question this statement was mnde, requested Ha mint to reprimand the witness f.ir the strong language he hnd used, hut ulier a moment's consideration Judge lta nobis declined to comply wiih ihe request, declaring that he (i.iisiileri d the adjective employed by Mr. llfeld merely n emphatic ex plosion which, under all the clrcum iiiimTs. was not unwarranted, t niitiaili. Is Arthur Staab. Mr. llfeld had been placed upon the mmul ly loiinsel for the proponents nf ihe will to rebut the evidence of Arthur Staab us to the means em lileyeil by the father of the hitter to i.lit.uii ilie confession of theft which! turn plaed so conspicuous H part ill j the present trial, and hud contra-1 diited the contestant on many mute rial points In his testimony. The cross-examination of the wit ness bv Mr. Field wus directed largely to an effort lo show undue hostility j 10 Arthur Staab on the part of Mr. II-1 feld. The witness frankly admitted a feeling of antugonlsm towurd tlie contestant, und as question after j question was propounded to him in re- . xa.nl tg hia feeling in the mailer he I snini'd to be laboring under a severe, effort lo restrain himself. ! "When Arthur Staab filed this con-j lent," asked Mr. 1'leld, "dido t you say; lhat yon thought it was an onl rage Mr. llfeld udmitted having made: sin h a statement. : .. .1.,..,. .. - 1 1. .!, i Illll lllllis, llieil, lUllir will n iiij iitliiriu y, "that It is nn outrage for j a man to assert his legal rights in 1, court of law?" j Alfredo Il.ua, Mcnito llncu and Slowly, but w ith the utmost em-1 fleronio llaca, alleged cattle rustlers, pilosis, Mr. llfeld replied: "When helarrested here yesterday morning by undertook to blacken the memory of bis dead father, lo blucken the mem ory of his dead mother, to blacken the memory of his dead brother and to traduce his living brother, 1 thought il was a damned outrage!" Tclk f unny Story. Mr. Field seemed astounded at tholcuttle and horses were recovered by language of Um witness for a mo- iiieiil, hut quickly recovered his com-! leisure and asked that Mr. llfeld be I reprimanded, with Ihe result already I noted. Mr. Field then asked the witness; "Assuming that Arthur Staab hon estly believed that he hud u good cuse, do you still think it h 'damned out laxe' for him to have brought Ihls Kllil''" Mi', llfeld hesitated a moment and then asked if he might answer the ut- toini y's qtuation by telling n story, Mr. Field replied that he had no Jt"'ti"ii so long as the story was rele- in in, "Tin re was once a man," naid Mr. 11 'ld, "who asked another mull if he likul cheese. 'No,' was the reply he received. 'Have yoil u brother?' asked first man. 'Xo,' again catne Ihe answer. Well,' pursued the other, 'if "ii had a brother, would he like i lii'ese?' "Your question," continued witness, addressing Mr. Field, mill, Is me of that story." the "re- .More IC.xpert Testimony. When court opened yesterday 'horning Attorney Spies continued j Hie cross-examination of Dr. C. A. j I'ranlt, which had been Interrupted by, adjournment the 'afternoon before.! "is J. A. Ueidy and L. '!. Kice were, "(xt placed on the stand to answer) ''Vpolhetical question regarding the j faulty of Judge Staub. nnd each gave il us his opinion, based on the facts; Tip ps(,H)e ()f ( ,.onvia from ,he asaumed in the prepared question, ,lu(e pPni1,.ntillI.y u, Santi; yP yPster- '.". juuge Maan was insane. With ihe introduction of this medi-' cal evidence Mr. Field announced the! 'use for the contestant closed, and thej proponents then began their rebuttal, i the first witness being Solomon Spitz, j of Sunta Fe, who contradicted the ev-1 dence of Arthur Slush in reurd to j Hie sale of cven diamond which are alleged to have been stolen. Mr. ll feld followed Mr. Spit., nnd John I'tndahl, of Sunta Fe, was placed on 'he stand Just before adjournment. Hia evidence will be continued this morning. Hig Order for Meat. Oklahoma City, Okla., Oct. 29. An order for 15,000,1100 pounds of can ned meat, valued at $1,500,000 and d'-signed for the use of warring Euro pean nations, ha been received and is beiui; filled by a local packing com I'iiny. Additional order for dry salt poik have been received, the demand beli,s greater than the present supply. Wonderful Exhibit In Vast Palace of Transportation at tlu Panama-Pacific Exposition. jSjU v ' t ' L JL I t . Jlblt i' viXvMr j OHTH facade, of the great Palace claco, litis. The moat wonderful exhibition In the huira Palace nf manufactory that will turn out twenty-five completed niachlnt-e each day. Thl picture allow only a portion of 'be palace. The main north entrance conilata of three! archwaya opening upon an Inner veMtlbule and surmounted hy rich ornamentation. In the center niche la the flrure of a Spanish cumjulaladore, while on either aide ate gliuiillr flrurea reurtmiitlnc a Virata , o t Record Made by Mlill'HIi l',iie, X M., ii I. J!l, lliH. atr W. II. 'illlenwaler, AlhiKiliel ilic, X M 'be publication of your article in tho dally pnpeiN tualteiij your malicioua lies over the whole Mule I v. mild not bother to una tier them, iih you and your method are too well known to our cHi'ciid for any person to worry about what you might say or publish il lout them. If (loins; nil that is possible in my humble way lo build roads in order that the trade from the mountain and the Kslaii" iu valley may come to our city; that the farmers of our val ley both mirth and south muy bun) their farm products to our city und trade with our men hauls in Head of yvilh Montgomery Ward K Co.; if try Inir to have a decent road ready for the Pacific coast travel that we hope will pass through Albtuiueriiue in 1915. I playing politics M fi r day in the year, then 1 plead guilty to the iharfce of playing politic. The following are few of the i many citizen who have complimented the roud board upon the showing I made during the past two years, in jroad building: K. U tlro.se, A. It. iStroup, K. J. Strong, W. II. Springer, Ulakey Clifford, A. H. McMillen, Max Ixordhaus, Atnado Chaves, J. A. i IT Tieputy Sheriff Charlie Armijo. They j were confined lo the county Jail pend- ind insttictions from Sheriff llnperto t Jarnmillo, of Valencia county. j The three were trailed here by Jose! I.eon Soto, who bad lost entile thought his were in the bunch. audi The i Armijo at the Htockyards after they had been Identified by Soto, one of (he men had u revolver and another carried a small caliber iiuto- malic pistol, .lie attempted lo con- real the pistol wua arrested, iu his sleeve when he GOODELL IS MAKING ARRANGEMENTS FOR EDUCATIONAL EXHIBIT j ob-Jooodell is making Xo 1 4 " T)le manual (raining and domestic 'science exhibit at 'he convention of it he New Mexico Kdiicational associa jtlon here Is to be divided inlo five I classes, uccording to J. K. C.oodell. (hairman of the educational exposi tion which is lo be held in the Library 1 building. I The five classes are as follows: iCily schools, Indian schools, rural i schools, and denominational and pri I vate schools. j A circular giving Ihe rules and reg ulation, of the exposition will be I mailed soon to every superintendent jin the state. Preservations for space 'may be made for schools as lale as I November 1 4. ESCAPE OF CONVICT IS REPORTED TO POLICE i, ...... rIml.,P, , lhp lmii,.P here. He is It. II. Micr, alias Sam J. Cotilln. He speaks with a Swedish accent and stutter, according to the description furnished the police by the prison officials. He go! away from the pris on garden. BETTING, ACCORDING TO REPORTS, FAVORS FERGUSSON'S RETURN That bets ranging from $50 to $500 lhat Congressman Fergiisson would be elected, found no takeis, wag street talk last nighl. Fergiisson sup porters, however, were said to have covered Hernandez wagers, including even so-culled "freak" bets. Some bets and offered wngers on the outcome of the election, accord ing to reports, folloyv: $inu that Hernandez carries Her- ME SUSPECTED OF RUSTLING ARE ARRESTED RERE of Transportation at tha Panama-Pacific exhibit of automobiles and motor vehicle TrmiHiiortntlnn One nf the features of A u County Road Board Iluhhs. Wallace llessilden, Sol llenja iii in, liny t'ampbell, J. M. S.indovul, Heuben Perry, Henry Viiiiow, 0. S. lloseiiwald, .lake Weinman, W. O. I .'lope, .VI. P. Stamm, W. P. Metculf, . I). A. M.n pherson, II. It, Helling, A. l' Van lh iuse, N'on llfeld. . Your aliunde toward the road i board has been very unlagonisllc sin.eiSoniellOW Ol 0 1 1 1 0 1" TllPK it refused to continue to binht, at the expense of the whole ( utility, I be fa-j moiis Sll-fooi "('lillenwuter llotile- j yard" leading to your own private, land. Pi rhaps this accounls for your' desire id return lo the old machine I program. You claim to be a road I builder. Your record shows that I! j i OKI you Jl.ri,OUII to build .1,7011 feel of, West ( eniral avenue adjoining thej city. Tlie record show that the mile and one-quarter lhat you in cuse m" j ol agreeing to spend ri,O00 for Is now completed at a cost or less llluti $60rt. We Invite any honest person ltd compare ine w oi k oi ioe man ...t.ii IllltllU Mllll HIT T"MI ,1,'lir 1 1 i controlled the mud expt ndil tires and the answer must be that If It were not graft In your time, il was Ihe worst kind of inefficiency and either Is an xpensive luxury In conclusion, Mr. (iillcnwater, 1 de- sire to say that your whole statement about the Alameda road work and Mr. Kalkenrh h's connection therewith In lug conditioned upon his or anyone else's support of Ihe democratic tick et is a lie. J( HX S. UKAVKX. nalillo county by '. on majority; taken. $111 that Feigiisson wins; taken. $1(111 thai Hernando-, la elected taken. ; I Hernandez wins; taken. I'ergu.sson -doesn't carry is In Hernalillo county: Fergiisson Is elected; mil Ihe republican legislative $100 that $100 (hat four ilrecin, taken. $7.r. that taken. $100 that I ticket (three candidates), elected In Hernalillo county jr.o that Kergiissiin will I will be taken. elected; j not taken. j, $10 lhat Kergusson doesn't i four precincts In Hernalillo carry oiitity; t;ikrn. jf.oo that Fergiisson is elected t;,((,n, Itoer llehcls iH-fcnlcil. not I. (ind, hi, Oct. :I0 (i::w a. in.) a 1 Renter dispati h from Cupe Town say that (iem ral Holha, commander or ; making a speech. (Her in the Pecos the defense force, reports that thejVH,.y, uccording to (lie Htory, the rebel ' General Heyers' commandoes j newspapers handed the Iteming have been scattered and are not l:K( ly to reunite, (leneral Meyers,' when u, nuts are not known. 'Tape's Diapepsin" makes sick, sour, gassy stom achs feel fine. Time It! In five minute nil stom ach distress will go. No indigestion, heartburn, sournes or belching or gus, add, or eructations of undigested food, no dizziness, bloating, foul breath or headache. END INDIGESTION ! IIP, dTOlCH PAIN i in riur HmiiilTrn I ll Mil. Illll mil I h hi 111 I IIL 111 111 u I LU Pape's Diapepsin i noted for ltUNced where the meeting was to be. speed In regulating upset slomncn. It is the surest, ritilckest and most cer tain Indigestion remedy In the whole world, and beside it Is harmless. Million of men and women now eat their favorite foods without fear they know Pape's Din pepsin will save them from any stomach misery. Please, for your sake, gel a large fifty-cent case of Pape'a Diapepsin from any drug tore and put your stomach right. Don't keep on being miserable life is too short you are not here long, so make your stay agreeable. But what you like and di gest it; enjoy It, without dread of re bellion in the stomach. Pape's Diapepsin belong in your home anyway. Should one of the fam ily eat something which don't ngree with them, or in case of an attack of indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis or sto mach derangement at daytime or dur ing the night, it is handy to give the quickest, surest relief known. Don't fail to attend our Big China Sale Saturday. THE LEADER. No matter what you want it. will save you time and money if you use the Journal's want columns. J 1 1,1 International Fxpoatton, sun rrm. ever show n to the worm win boon the exhibit will be an automobile T F i Is a units Hitch in the Arran;1 for GREAT DISCUS ILLS BOSOM OF CHAIRMAN ELY HiS ReCeptiOll, hilt Il0'rlor.l was laden. Chairman llalph C. Kly and Sen.i- j tor Thomas II. Culroii ilropped Into ; town, all unexpected, on Xo. 1 l.isl night. While their visit was uiiexpeet- ed, it must be lidded that they ex-; peeled to he expected, and Chairman Kly did not attempt to disguise bis' feeling of chagrin that his visit ( re- j uteii so little commotion. 1 Mr. Kly was under the inipi'esslon I lhat eveiylhlng had been arranged! j for a big meeting in Albuquerque at I which he und Senator Catron werej to scatter pearls of wisdom and bow (smilingly In Ihe face of an applaud- j j ing multitude. Senator Catron had : I hi tariff speech Ihe one lie always: uses ready for any emergency, nnd c ' Mi. Kly, whose speech-making pro-, (olivines have caused everybody to! '.top, look and listen for the last two) ; or three weeks, had at command h ! I line of persiflage that he was willing ! lo admit was not half bad. I j Vutex for I J.i. It has been an open secret among j republican politicians since ihe lie- inning of the campaign that Mr. Kly has been working not so much In the! (Interest of his candidates for con-I j giessman and corporation commis-! i sinner as in the Interest of tin Kly j ! candidacy for somelhing-or-nthcr i I two years from now. There will he' I three fat Jobs to hand out in 1910 j i governor, congressman ami Henator. Mr. I.ly, the wise ones any, has not definitely determined on which onej of these Jobs he wanls, but he is dead ' sure that he wanls one of them. I Consequently, according to the talk on the Ftreets yesterday, the mail or-, der chairman of the republican com-, mlltee has decided (hat this is about , las good ii time as any other to take I orders for votes for Kly lor llllfi dc-j I hvety. They say it Is almost Impossl- , ble for Mr. Kly lo pass n soap-box on the street w ithout mounting it and statesman a line of talk lhat went to;"111" " F'" ohkoo... I his head a ml he hasn't gotten oyer it I yet. i Porter MciMs the Train. Me that as it may, the fai t is thai i Mr. Kly and Senator Catron arrived ! on No. I last night, each one primed I for a speech, and each expecting i something large and exhilarating In! the way of a reception. A they I stepped from the train Mr. Kly fill-j ....... I...... i . I . ,'r .1 ... : . ... jiineii joiiii ,o. ..ic.eci i iiiio.t j of him as a watermelon with n dress j bilit on, except that he wasn t In eve i.lng clotnes. otherwise Ihe analogy , wad complete. Senator Catron looked Just ns he ulways does. To their astonishment, however. Ihe only one to come forward and meet them when lliey alighted at tlie sta tion was Porter Jones, the Fid us Achate of the republican old guard. Porter was like a lone rock In thej ca though all else failed, he stood; firm. In ither words, be was Johnny-at-the-rat-hole and w.i on the Job every minute or the time. After Hhaking hands with Porter June and looking around for some body else to shake hands with, Mr. Kly and Senator Catron In concert, j,-l)r ,,,. jrtcr was out nn a limb - for the first time in his life he didn't have Ihe ansiver. To (ell the honest-to-goodness Iruth, Potter hadn't heard there was to be a meeting. Husliu s of Being DiHgiiHtcl. However, Porter, who is nothing if not a willing perfornn r, undertook to flnet out what he could about the matter. An industrious use of the tele phone for u mutter of a half hour or ho disclosed that there was to be a republican meeting upstairs over Homebody' store out in.Harelu. Porter returned and reported the result of his sleuthing, and volun teered to Miunmon it laxl to take the distinguished guests to the place of the meeting. Senator Catron respond ed with alacrity. That tariff speech the one lie always use was not working specially hard, so why not turn It loose on llarela. With Mr. Kly itwas different. He bad expected better thing. As was the case on the, ocension of a noted battle in the Crimean war, "someone had blundered." However, a vote is a vote, whether It come from Ha relas or from down town, nnd a tpeech is a speech, whether It be de- in the l')lk t Ileal I'. And ho, struggling with hi nun Hon, Mr. Kly paused a dreadful inn incut mill then exclaimed: "I II go, hut 1 mut Hay I'm disgust,.,! vli!i tin' urrungeiiiciitH." I' in t ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , Ml part. Kly looked fu. MAN CHAR3ED WITH SLASHING JAILER IS HELD FOR GRAND JURY An;.' I lern.indi yesterday win. boiiml over to ii w.i 1 1 lh, ,n linn nf the K'1'itml Jury by Justice Ciaig on tin' -h it I M ( a .''tan 1 1 wild Inti'iit to ki'd mi Jailer (iron Wats.,11. It in lind was 1 1 x , I at $ii(i mill in-iiiK unable to fin nihil I ti.il u ii m u n t ho was i iiiiiihII- I. il to jail. 1 1 1 rim lull . attacked Watson with a razor, slashing him across tlie face, when the Jailer liiicrlcic.l in a nunr rel between Ile nan, I, y. ami another man, in i (tiding I" Watson ' statement, W'ulsnn shot him through iimi ,.g. Inn was force, I to knock him down with the butt of his revolver bcfiue Her n.t n ,1 iihiullte, lo arrest. : GERMAN CRUISER IS ABLE TO CAPTURE COAL I.V MonmNtl JOllKNAL SriAL tfiaiu ",Pf I Cardiff, Wales tvi London. Oct. i "!.) I 'he evplaliatioii of bow thej let mail .cruiser Kind" n is aide tul keep at hoii without putting inln uu Is ' for coal is coutallieil iu a , aldei-i am , received from Colombo, Cevhui, to-j nay by the ow ners of ib. steamer Kxl'ol'd, one of the iik.i Is lapluicdt b Ihe Kindeli. The cableti am re- ported Ihe sale Htliv.lt' .1 1 C.iloiiih.i' of the captain and (lew of the K ! lord mid add,, I thai Ihe commander) of the Kind, 'il announced I, el, or be I sank Ihe Kxford that he intended toil ' tul "ii I m ;. t il the cruiM-t i.i... ,.r ot I in pi. i t i it h he 7, unit ; .' Inch the i Mol l' War I 'amis Iteqnii oil. loud Oct. :ill C!:.".l n. in.)--)! v announced that wb' ii parliament : ' assembles on November 11, I'lain' l Asqtiith will move a vole for unot.ie.' $r,iui,iiiit,liOu on mi mini of the war A similar amount was voted in au gust, of which j:ir,ii, iiiiu, nun i already gone. Labor Leaders Demand That President Wilson Close All Mines and Suggest Violence by Operators on Strikers. IBT HO.MI.I JOUMNkL "KC.AL L t Afcl'J WIRII Hciiver, (let. ill The statement of J. F. Wclhorn, president of the Colo rado Fuel and Iron company relative to the possible closing down of Colo imlo coal mines, evoked u strong de- nlal tonight by John McLennan, presi- ,denl of Hlsti'lel No. 15, I'nlled Mine I Worker of Amcrleii. The McLennan 1 slatemeul say: I "President Welboi n' statement thai 'there are eleven thousand miner ul 'work in Colorado is both absurd and j ridiculous. i "There were less than twelve thousand men working when (he strike was culled. Of these 11.- ! went out mi Ntrikc. About three i thousand of these have cither left lliej j slate or arc working at oilier employ'-j linetil. Welhorn'H Hlalenient that less , . A... ,1 , . ... I I .... I I employe are still on HiriKe Is a ic- llliieiate misi epresentaiion in oiveii ilhe public mind from the seriousness livclcd III II hall over it slmc or BLOODY M IN COLORADO COAL REGION LIKELY of the situation. We can show and!.,, .,..,,,iv h,,, hiiweln. and the result Is, mull., affidavit lo the fact that there nr.. now X mill miners .Irawlinr relief .el,,, .cere cniiiloved In the Colorado mines before the strike was culled. Any responsible party can examine our books and verify till statement, "I believe that Ihe president of I he j v tt 1 See if tongue is coated, Ihetl I'nlled Stale bus Ihe right lo close jKVl. tt (easpoonfiil of "California Syr down the mine or lake any ol her i u p (,f Figs," and in a f' w hour a II the necessary action to bring about Indus- cniml iputed waste, sour bile and iinill . . .... ... . .i .... i ,.r ti... ... -stooi ii o,i oeiiee n i (iioraiio. i ne siai . Willi Ulll OI ill,' dial Ollll ,1,1 11 len, is .'- fruiting its militia from strikebreak ers mine guards. If the presidenl were to withdraw Ihe troop nt this lime, In- Istead ot closing down the mines oi j forcing the opeintors lo neeepl his proposition, a renewed or ivcn more bloody war by the operators on Ihe strikers seems certain." COTTON INSTEAD OF JUTE BAGS FOR COFFEE ,V MONNIha JOURNAL .PtCIAL LIASIO WIRIj New Yoik, Oct. US. -Substitution of col ton for Jute bags In the coffee and sugar industry in Ihl city was dis cussed here today at a n eel Ing called by K. .1. Ciles, president of the Na tional Coffee Hoaster' ussoi latioii, In obtain Informal ion on Ihe subject from It. It. Howen, of Paris, Tex, chairman of the Houlhern Stales Col- ton association. Itepresenlatiye of n large migar re fininK company which ha decided to use cotton instead of Jute sacks said I the difference in the cost of Ihe mu-j terlal was so slight there was no nee- i easlty for Increasing the price of j sugar. i SEA FRONT AT OSTEND IS ORDERED VACATED tmf MOftHisa journal apteiAL laio wiri) Washington, Oct. 29. The Hen front at 'istend has been ordered va cated by Herman military authorities und the population 1 taking refuge furher Inland, according to a din patch from American Consul Henry Albert Johnson, dated yesterday at ostein!,-and sent by special messeti I4er t SIiiIh, Holland. BREATHE FREELY! AND STUFFED HEAD In l it ill Hi Hi f When tec iiu,l Head ie t loum-il I ii mi n t ol, I. Mop -t t ui.iii'lial Hi-charge-.. iMill Hi 1, In, ho unl-lics. Try let tiy tt ami lio Civ's I'le. no sin. ill boitl Voi'lv a IHI l.inllv voiir Halm " any wax. iiit to in Hi,. iiii'H'IN lui.i;i il nose mi l Hop Mill ,l-ii. I' passage of the Ilea, I on il lii'Mthc freely; ln ilil.l, he illsuppi ill l!v , , 1 1 .i 1 1 h, i old il head ,,ll' lllloat Will he nolle inisoiy now 1 Hi'l Ho of i:u ' 'I'l'n iii Halm ' store. 'This sweet, Ii i- I" dllllllt-s .ni, tltollilllg' Hi o , ill. II I II -I Kllil Mil, Il 111. ill Im .HI 1,1 ii us ilrun iS n tiOSlS I illlCO of Knisoi s ast the Aie, s Is Cioken and Foices Invading Poland in Rapid Roti eat. t M.iMrei iiiHN. t,rk( I, il. 1 1, t. The Peli oKiad, " t. L' ?. I be lollow mg fflilal iillillllllllcallon Issued bv Hie, .-luff of Ihe Itusslan ( oiiiinandcr ha t-lil. f, mill, r dale of "'tob. r :s. ',s I'-- , sued llele -We have broken Ihe resi.-liiliei" of lb,, enemy's last uniis which Mill al lempted lo hold on urn lb of Ihe I' ll! .a. 'I in the from beyond Ihe Vistula , all the Austro Herman troops aie now in retreat We bae o. ctipied Siiv kow, lesi bow and Xovemlaslo. j "Itusslall i-iivu'ry bas i nl" I Ka- ; dom and ciplineil n irial nutomobih"i riiiimyi. "In (l.ilici.i ihe si I in t inn is iiii c hanged "(in Ihe liiinl in east Prussia lh' I' i i v ( ( ;. i man corps. su pporled by olh. r nuns, during Ihe last four day have made iinoc.ishin attacks in lie region losses lliikalargev, y.-iy gre.it.' The enemy' VII NX SVS III SM Mtv.wt i: is hi ( u i n l.oiidcn. OK. :!() J:.V H. in.) A Ileilter dispatch from A iiis;c! ,1a in gives an official announcement Issued at Vienna, Thursday at noon, as fol lows: "In the northeastern theater lli' ie was no gnat flgbling yesterday. ' Ituring the last few days tin. liH.i f lan attempts to advance In the di rection 'of Tlltka have been muciss fully repulsed." IF CONSTIPATED , When cross, feverish and sick, ' give "California Syrup ; of Figs," Chile dren love thl.s "Il nil laxative, and nothing else cleanses the tetnlei stomach, liver and bowels so nicely. A child simply will not slop playing : i hey become lightly clogged with waste. liver gets Hlltggish. stomach !SOIII'H, then your then your llllh' one becomes cross, half f ick, feverish, don t cut. sleep or act naturally, breath is bad, system lull of cold, has sore, Ihront, .,,,, .. ,. oi.,, . hoeu. List. ts' -'. ,' iuo-i ii.-r. ..... ... ...v. ml i .and you have well, playful child again. j Millions of mothers give "California iSyrup id Figs" because it Is p.-rlci lly harmless; children love il, and il never fails lo act on Ihe stomach, live,, ami bowel i Ask your druggist for a Ml-eent bot tle of -California Syrup of Figs," I which has full directions for babies, j( hildr 'ii ol all age ami lor grow n-ups plainly printed' on the bottle. Ilewaro jof counterfeit Sold lo re. (ie the gen uine, made by the "California I' ig Syrup Company." Heluse any oth' i' kind w h h contempt. Don't fail to attend our Big China Sale Saturday. THE LEADER. 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