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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1914.
TWO i. USE A DOTY VACUUM CARPET SWEEPER A Wit vacuum cleaner t!iat even a and which diil can Wt'K, will sine a wo man lots of chiiilim. ('liar- ant red to lo erfect wni k if not atr-sfai:t. ry return at our riJc PRICE $7.50 Home Strong ik. I'm tiMicrs :n and lo'per DIAMOND COAL tbr only itml from llw (;alliii flrliU to rot-ivc nn nnl frmu tlm N. l. Smio I nir AmwK'ln I km. AZTEC FUEL COMPANY , Phone 251 nnr 'tint, far In known Ihtr. Tim only ncw from IIutk toilny ron rrn tlm lioinliunliiirnt of (ln iniln of ZunKiilillMk Mini Kutulu, on tht Aula Minor cohhI of Tmk'W. bv b II im flnn fli't nti t tin BlnkliiK of mm-itiiI Turklnh IrHiiHporlH. It Ih mtil hIho lht lh Hinwlmm hmo ocrupli'tl llw i-niir rt-Hlon to tho noiiln'Hiit of Mr Brurn, In Aia Minor, llimclii Ih iill to lie finillnc um-fiil llli' in t ho Ai itirnlunii, who Ml hint a liopo of bi'lng rid of Tni kli.li rulr. IlKlkmi Nlnli'H I in limiKi il. Tticre 1 no rlimiRc In tlit nlit !" I Hit no t loll In the UulkunH, none of I he ftt prwhl iiPUIrnl nlnli'ii hnvln miiilo uiiy tnv. It I tuilil, howevir, thiit HSilnllon Iimii I'pn rt'tii'wi'd In l:u nuinlH for Inn jiHiUitpiiilon or (hut couniry in (ho war on the v of th tlll.. Tim full of Tin-tnii nn t u in II v omuhihI rnjiili In iipre. it Ih Iwllovnl that with trip mirnii'liT of th Hpr niHn fnrlreMB (ho Anulii-Jpni'n" fU'i-t which took' tmi'l In tin' ili t(i will pi? rit'tiuli'd to hunt ilown tin' lri'tnnn trulifl'l l 1 1 1 t laliVP In On' I'Htlfli'. UimiIIm tf.f TJri!rfiin I ilLmiull. jvn miiitiiiii' Pint iu nun iuch iimm ronmrnlnir II" nriioiint of Imuly 1 1 ullicn (ihtHttirit through th muTt'iuler Of Tnllir-tlHl. (Hit l( IB hl'llKVI'll thul th rifrrti'inn ripptroypd ovciythlnB ninKili hpfiire cti pi 1 u lul 1 n if, Wtirn th lt'Ke tx'irtiri, In the port wit t.nc tlfrmnn ciulHi'r, four kuiiIiouIh awl thrre dt'ntrovr'i'd, thf Auillinii iiiiIhit Kulwrln Klixiilivth, flvt lii'iniiin tin'l rhutitnirn im1 fciiil pilm tlm Ger man llllll tllkfll. l'f thl'Hl' VtHSI'iS una di'itiiiiyiT run UHlmrf tinil wan tup turfd ami it in liillivt'il lht Antlrlnn orulffr wim Mow n up. II I po-ml'l t tint tlin llirnnin ihim in' 1 a linalur fiitf. lirt'iit Tlrltiiln iw not yet MiilKfinl ttmt till tun liffti tnli) of thw I'm Iflo nnvl Imtllf mnl con'InufM to hope j 1i KIiihH'm (nlrliiiii nr-r Itiltirr I he C 'cititr lo our t hrck-t tintl Krtiuiu' Om 4 Ihi of litii tlrs, iHfH'MifNtK I (C Kvl rttt It- ' I r mi flit U iglntv Irt. f r iidi Ui.i Mit. mit-rftii. i l.tlltv t,tm tt nt 1. up iw r. i il liriiUliftll K in iiiit h a t(.iit ii (. i son I n t! Il im ih n ihn. "l-'f it t . Bif U"'litMK iiitt M'l ti hi.vo.i iitMM'i i it- ami lh U,f.il t.irttiixhrtt "l.ile t i tHtw In hvuMimti I til tin, fr I b.. "rt all .kin iniulilr llilii tif ft a Viai mtui imh.'K ill 1 im ltnttu! la tl'il Ui'!i, Ihrt li unit tool 1 li i atip ludimi-r tiT f lM 'Hi t.l.'Mlipl, flli.'l t- II ll U nttttifr BHusfl I'uli'liell Wfrta , l.aMSf mill lr tlif i'lauil tin-, u. b ,,ui tli i ,,"to- U'l IMiltiinilf. Ana t-uil iicvio tmw g.Hl X "JHliifKlr.lt Ulllli II' b; I Thi' Utile itufi-it m , Pflfrp! ftMitl"H IIH'p I, pimarfilt bl""tt tllnwf 11, fi from lotrinfui tiittaii , I. ii t u t nil! t N t;,. He'll ' it. to.t'th i'l'ii- ,.iii 0'Hrlnr p. t rtl'ii Mit-tie l,i,tM!r,.,i ti'iti a .r. jituai-t ! iv"i w (r, i n . t -k"i i-t. your ltU,'l TliHr !." ! l". l ',rfi, ,M . it.-l ijpi lit iutd ta If a Hit-"!,!, .in ir,, t,.,.( t,'4 IB )'( 'T a BlvMH t.il' Hi IV w 1 "II fttfi tiflti-r ll ,"r Im";ii' j hI I'lite I ti lift lltttig fluul. Ill tl'IIOi it 3Vit iniiiir lioai l'B.t yii? ti"ii Uttiart I'ah-luni Wlei Ht "iV ,ia il. nt i 'i'-" " ' iri'ni nt v"ut a Minn ,l t"i r, .. If :U ll. I" If- n i. uipr :.ler !,! flr H wilt l'f B Strong Bros. OHITHECHARM DP BEAUTY litf Y A fio.ul Co. i!;U tita- l.a Sluait lo-'it , Mar 'h.it Hm ; i rti.i rt i t'liwn 1-ipig mnl Dresden, whb h engaged the Glasgow and which have nut I" i n repotted (dlKC Hill battle, have III IfllSt )n ilaliiutt't'd. 1(1 POUT I. MM MSI 111 V MCClSslK I i id"', Nov 7 11:1' p. m) An I fill lal (latPlllcllI ISMlCll ill Vlollllll Und reaching Inn' by way of Amsler- tin m, .iv: "i hi .Snvimlii r ". In the southern onr lh'iili-r. iiIIik l' tnuil" hbi.ImfI th -lii'iny, strongly fuHifl-il In hind barb ed wile entanglement in the diflrlc' p,f ( mi tit n uml wniih of siinbat I are ii vr 'Wiiiu oiiiwiy, i n i"iui'" I ally Important height it Mixnr wot i( I .i n r I mm prisoner iimen. 1 1 k-i tlu r with thee opointlon wi hin.iii yesterday mi iilt.'n k the po rtion IM-iir Kriiuiiiini lnt'iilv-hix mile iiitliwest of Pclgnidc). The rlctnllr t annul (t lip published. Yestei day cine Servian enf rem hmeiil wen -i.ii nn '1 mid t r, , ft t prisoner, fmn cannon uml six nmihliif gun wen a km," 111 I (.1 N T(Hls rur. Kl HOMi I'Ohl l COVMi Havre, N'iv. 7 (via I 'mi. 1" !i7 l n. ) A repot t of (he operation ol the lielglsn In Hip Congo, a pu'1 Imbed In the Cnurricr PAime P.clir, i.iys: "inir Irtiofi have conducted Hum- lie. i.rii vi 1 v 111 the colony t.f the I Congo. A flying column he J 1 1 e t ikcii Klrset'nlc, ii rortlllcii point nn tin- Iiii tik tif lJike Kmi. Tim troop In their assault mi the furl Inflict"'' homy lr nil llw enemy. "A German attempt In lake Allnit vllle, mi th" west HlimiH nf Lake Tan ganyika, fullfil. "A Itelgian column from Knlnn-c.i him entered Hrltlsli HIumIi'hIh to aid the ltiitlnh furrf fnmi A inTtorn Ir fin (iii r.itiori rt ;i t tl iikiIiihI (Jt rinmi Kiint Afrlrii," i)i;M'i:it in; n;irn; IIIMIM I S IV 111 M.M M London, No'. 7 tin 4 5 p. m Wlrtntr from AiiikIi rdiini, III corrt' upontliiit of Ki'iiIit'h Tfli'Kifliii mm' puny, miv Hint Ihf ilfrrniili uullioil' t iii at Hnit hnvn plnct'd a prnt'lii million on the fnmi of thn town hull. KtntlnK (hut thf ilciniiin miny hin fviii'iintcd Hk iioKitloim on lh Ym-i In order to open n HtrotiB itllmk on Y ire. Al (inn, l!oiilern, I,ctittrvflil( mnl Thoiiroiit (townn in Went Kliimlcrs,) HM Well nil III Oilier Vllllineil to thi'l'HMl of thf IlKhlliiK ilne, (f flit inovemenlf of (Jerinmi IroopH inn lm olHervptl. KnhiiiiHletl roldloTK nrt- ri'liirnltiK from thf liiiltlefle l1 whllf n-lnforei-iiii'iiti of frcBh men nrt udvuriclnn In thw illi'i'itlon of Ypreii and IUxmudt' Thti llnhllnn lii'lwt'fll thcdo two cIlli'M Ik ii III ixtremely nevere and holh siden iippciir lo hiivo H'lffernl leirlhli' Iok'iik l.oiiK coliimn of cum filled Willi hi' wounded, nr urrlvlriK al llnmeB from ItuiiliT. Ypfi-s mid I nKclimiiiHter. MTi:l WH A KM IT Til I V AltK lli;Tltr.TIN' lU'ilin, via wIi-pIph to I,onilon( 7 1 1 ft. in.)- An official report Vienna Ntiite thut no fighting iilm'p In th" north tKtPnlay. Nov. from look The iiiovetiiciitK of thp Aiixirliin KiikhIhii 1'nlii ml mid i lulu la nrmy In me Ink- Inir plncP plniiH mnl leenrdint; in pi enrriiiiged me uiidlHtnrhi'd hy the t'lieiny. AlihoiiKh.nl (PitHln ilace ulonK the front coii'ioet'tMl Iprrllory Iihb liiKiln liepii teinotiiI'lly ci'tli'd In thf KiiKHlnnM, nitwithMiutdliiK il lociiliy f.noriihle poflllon, this In Jiitilifleil In till' lntelfnl of thf Kclltrill nil Ull I Ion, (.!: m s iti! iti;Tiu:Ti(i h.YH Hlil t.l VN 111 I I (.1 i; ltozendanl, via London, Ntv. i p, m.i A IlclKliin, who tinner cover, of lllll kllt K lllltnilKi'd to l I'oNK the frontier nt. tin iiimuaided point mid rtaiii ihiH lily, dpclmeg that Ant werp mid other Hellmi (uwiih hip very lixhtlv KUitrded. Kvery nvnlliihle Gcrriiiin boI. Her, he wivm, nppnrenlly him heen culled lo the front. Ghent, ItruKPi. AntAei'ii, I'ruHMelM mid Lou viilii me mpldly flllliiM up with mi ever-inii PHNlmi riuntlier of wounded Molillel'K. No civilian l iillowed r ear Hip mil Wav HtatloiiH, toil the line of mom of the tneii Who ure ItiiliHpol tfd ill inters indicates lh.lt the iiialmity of them are iii"mVier of Hie older laiulHlui in. i in Hie other hnnd, (ralim tirrlvlnR from Germiiny en route to Ihti fronl urn filed with t'osH rrom it m i ir old, who hiivinis volnnlecren Ht the licHlnnliiK of Hie war, Hurriclentiy triilned to enter mo now thp com- hat. So cot reMpondi'iil, if Known, In iil lowed near the front, hut the ull opinion of a munher of 1'uteh toiie HpoiiilentH, w lio, liccatiKP I hey ore aide lo .cHk J'itinlnh mid hchnved like elil.i'iiK, freiiuetilly mninied to rem h vHIiiHph on Hip front, in thul the Gcr ui.iiii. me HloAiy hut Hurely let rent inp. They hum their opinion on the fuel that the German divlwlon muff oil No- vemtier i moved from Thuit lo Ghent, j thirtv-threi' kilomeit iH to the eiist, mini that the line Irom Ghent lo llrux hcIk Kim heiiiit heiivtly entrenched un Itll Nuvpinlier 4, when the enKtiieern in jcli.iiue were h.'iMlily called lo the Irmit lo till vacancies. It In clear, itc loiillntr lo then.. toirPSlioiuleiHK, Hint I i he Gt rmiillH Imve been eoiui'lltriitliiK In rue fniciH tlrnwn troin the souin tiiiitetn ha tile line upon the front iKiir Meiipori and ilmude. GIRL RETURNS HOME; TELLS KIDNAPING STORY ftr MftftNIN JOUMNAI. Ptrtkl. ItACUD WiRI) lienver, Nov. 7 -Mix Bcrthu I. Lrynnl, aned 11. iliittRhler of liobei't H'. HrMint, superintendent of a mi- luirban smelt in concern, who mysi tetioiitily itmtippeured latt Monday, tflurned today with a atory ot her ewripe fit'in Iddnapei. nn Moinlav eveivliiK fhe aid, (wo men Who bad been follow inn her 111 I'tiner for nonie Iiiiip, accited her i ll Hioaitway, Hlie fta placed ill an ituloinotiile. iit'corilinic to the dory, juiid after viiii'rKlnK from a Reinl-con- miou fondltlon, found hernelf in a cabin In (he tnounla In, near t'annn Otj. in compiiny with two othtr womt-n. MIk ltrant Halo me wa 1. ued by the women mid her two kidnaper, who, h maid, forced tier to chop wood and do (he huiisekeep imii "They llil we Were BoiiiR 10 t.i Afiiielf next. 1 x.uu'd a knife and (Mnnlied a tire of Hie auloniolnl t.o I li.tt Hoy cnid not puraue me, and then I ihii down u monntiiliii'l.le hii.I hmled a man lii a buuKV n.impd or tiin, who took me to fiinoii lily." .Mi Hrant arrived here today on a train fmm that city, luivtnt bor rowed lofiicV from her recucr. Mx sum for Miw-lon-t. r.ninioii. Nov, ".--The Kt-nerul t om m'tle tif tlin bonid of loteinn mif eioim of the Methoitisl Kpiseopal t hurt h today voted an appropriation of ti.itO.tiao for woik iu Uiii i'.r i -;u litid next year. UNIVERSITIES OP GERMANY HAY EXCLUDE ENEMIES Future Subjects of Nations Now at War With Kaiser May Be Depiived of Advan tages of Teutonic Education t AwH'lnti! !'r fun pfKiit1f fit. ) AiiihM ritiiin, (let, 2n. -'Ihp t)iieiilon rt'liether lii future mil'Ject of niitloni1 now at war with rierrimny r-tin 1 1 ! illoWt'tl to ntnily at lieiliinii iiniviinl 'let linn tirinifiil ninth loiniiitnt, ph D'elnlly iimoiiK tifiniiin meilii.il nun ind In Hip prtifexniiiiii I pn In Hip Me,li,inichf Kllnili I'mf. KlMchnlK hiilt lth thlK iiieiion In ko far ! t 11 f fret th fxi lllclon tif Jllpail'l't'. lc ilemmnlit thut no JupiineNp nhiiM up nllowt'd to h 1 1 1 1 1 v at tierninii nni- i'emil on. A cliiillnr ntlituile, he ion llllllt'tt, eolild not hp olttlltd With re paid to tud"nti of other niiUoiiiill tlp now nt war with Germany, hh many roinmon liitereflit nnllp thrp viirloiiN coiiiilileH l'rof. I MfchnlKii opinion In Hint Gi-riniiii inoil l n I wl- in p it hi riot loKe iinylhinK "If 'f limit the mutual lelntloiiH with nllier now hoHlllij ruitlonii mid if wp. aftpr h war, I'tMtriit (Iiphp relation to ihoMP ti.itloiiH only with whom )t will lip ptmHlhlf to live in ppiire." ThiH nrilelt. hy I'lof. KIhcIhiIk liaii hrmmht forth hiikwiik from I'mf. rlti. Hp polntH out that he nuiHt deny on principle that n naiion inn iNoluto ItHtlf fmm t lie olhei'M with re gard to nclenlific. und CHpeclally mt'tl cal, relallonii. "I 'lo not under-irate our (li rman niedl' al hi Ii iicp," lio cnid, "hilt I'ollld It have rein hi'd ItM plptl i'ii( urt'iitncKH without tlm muluiil re lation With the int'dlnil m'lenco of other nutloiiH? Iluvp we ulway hPen lll Klvern mid never the receive? Shall we, liecaiiMp llmilmid linn tie coiiip the IichI haled enemy, rt move the plot hip of Lord LIhIi r from the wnll of our ljintii nlieck honpltnl; -hull we foito for nil future time nil relatloiiH with tlm KhKllnh or any ilhi'i' finiiitry'H medl'iil wlcnep? "With rcwuld lo Japan, JnpaneMe medlcnl ncleiice Ikim hei n till now the receiver. I. til Japanene diligence, to ttet her with (Senium eenlun, h.m prp tenled GPi'inan mt'ilicinp and the whole world with oiip of Hip iiiokI valuntilp medlcnl lu ll uinit itn. If after lh war a loutf, Imttiiii; pem-p hImo with Japan comin, the war 111 Hd ent'p roiild not lie Continued. The po llflcnl eneme of today can lip the lien! frlemlit tomorrow. If we wltdi lo miilntnln our power In the World, for which thin war Ih waned, nlxo tif tor Iho wnr, we fiinnot iHolate ournehcfi, lint we riiUMl remaiii in touch with the n hole world und If the relatlonH are partly Interrupted we mutl rcstire them. -Thut wp chnll treat the various na iloiis different Iv In n mutter of cnume. t)ur iilt.xent ullicH will occupy it priv ileged pcsltlon. After the ieimlnn llon of the himlililies it certain feeling Will reirinlri iiy.uim,t our enemlen, pm lieclat'y iiKiilm-t Knulanil, Uuhhui mid liipaii, mid it will tiil lonir time mid conliniiiil Rood liehiivlor. on their pall liifoli' th'i" old kooiI leliitiiiim en it be retlored. Hut uftcr the war Hie relation of our tinh emttlcH with nil now lioBlile foreimieiH riuiKt lie UKiiin correct," P DISEASE IS II AND MOUTH II! UNDER CONTROL! lV MONetQ JOUItNAI. PICIAI. I.HASC0 !) V'hlciiao. .Nov. ". 1 iinfeitln at Hip ( li it o K I'iiIoii Hlock yanlH, w hich tUMpi'inled liUHlni'.tM on account of thul hoof and mouth illnoafte, continued to-, day In Hie expectation thul the place j would be to a thoroughly military j I'tuulitlon by the middle of next week.! "If we have. IheroiiKhly cleaned HP; by VV ciliieMilaV and If the t pldt nilc j liaa not Kpread to more Kinle.i aothati we can ncelvp xlilpmentM of cattle, I we. tdmll apply for a lifting or the iiiariiiillne then," said A. G, Leonard,! prestdi'iil of Hie stock yard. lr u. K. riVKon. xtato veterinarian, Hiiid that althouuh the quarantine hud I lieen ordered lo run until November 15, it would be lifted before that time If it were allow n that Hie .Mirda Were in a lit condition. All other public ...tll.. i,,,,u ullliiit tin, utiit,, tnelmlinu IK.... .. t t,'..t Ul I ,.nia u ,.,',. t, in, ( ulveli ii clean bill of health a soon a they are tlixtnlVcted and pronounced free of Infection. Kvery confidence Hint the tllKfiis.' Its well under control here, was expressed after It was found i that only n few more suspected cat tle huP developed case. The new ease Were anions prize entile recently exhibited at Hits Na tional tiulry show here. About thirty out of the MM! prize bulla and cow were condemned, but were not killed. The owner, who value thf cattle j it m'veial million dollar, appealed to the department of aKlictiltnre a( ashiriKlon. thut special effort be made lo save the stock. A plan wu decided upon hy which Hie infected "ttork will be Isolated, subject to spe cial treatment for eyperimeiital pur poses. HEINZE'S ESTATE IS s ESllMATEDAT$1l500!000i lav MOANiNa iouaNAL aclciAL iKAaca ariail N.'W York, Nov, 7. r'uncral ser vice for AuK'islus Helnxe were it th'' home of his sister, Mrs. held al William M l leum.ui. here toituy. ine;wni hB nil ,,,,,. rilm;. no belching of burial wan In the family lot In Green- wood cemetety. One of the late Mr. Helnxe' ecre- l ilies siiid today that Mr. tlcinxe's estate, entiiuatt'd at I l.iinu.niiO, w il ko to h!-j yem-old son, F. Aiigiitu il etne, jr. 1 Mlor to Mu-eiiiii. H.i nt a. Fe. Nov. 7 - lr. and Mrs. t.i'Um f". Anderson of ' W alla Walla, Wash., w t re isitoi s al ilie miiseum ( New Mexico today. I'oih are leaders lit sibolar"l',p on Ihe I'aciTie coast and are much luterc-.it d in tin work of the rM'hool (f American Archaeol ogy, toilers who registered were: Judxr tiiaiien A. l ointoii nf AVaco. Tetaft; IVwey Flank Ashley of Go hoes. N Y, ; V .1, Wjeili of Chant palRa, it LONDON EXCITED OVER GERMAN PLANT IN CITY Printing Establishment, With Six-foot Cement Basement and Strong Roof, Cause of Alarm, f AMMM'Infetl I'rptwi i trrenfitlrBre. London, lift. 2lt. London him hpp, Kifutly eyi'ltPii by (he report (hut a Germiin-owned rniif ic-piinlini( plant In Willewlen, a prominent muiiufiic turliiK Kiihurh of London, linn an im mi'tixe liiillillnif win, up heavy l oncrpte foii'idutionM, floorn mnl roof are well adapted to th" nap of ficKe Kuna. Twenty of the German employe of (he firm wer (nkpn Into itiMtotly und military expert lire atudylnn Hie liullillnjf ciircfully. tteaiitlmt' the ex litcil puldle i fully conviiieM that thi plant Wii diaianeil to act im u tier man Iuihp for attack upon London proper. The hiilldiiiK i!iutientoiinlily oct uple a atrateitlc poalllon. It ataiuli hinh with a cleur rani?'ln t'ry(l palnce. Hillenden Junction, where two Hullo lino cnterlnn London Cenler, Is hut a Kliort dlKliiiice from the plant j However, the KiiKliah architectit who JeMlKiicd the luiildinn ami auiit".- vlHed it eonctruction eluht year mc av it H Hlinilar (o many other prliu- Imt plant and ha no heavier found.-: tioiit, mid floor than are re'iui'vi' whprn heiivv niai hinery la to he In itialled. Tho Imlldlrif I ahout two hiiudreo feft iiiare on Hip oulnldp. and I ion alriicted nhoiit a court aixly feel t)iiarp. jt I hut one atory and the foundation are of concrete and lx feet thick. The KnKlh inaniiKPr of the concern ay thia iiniiKiially thlcU found ition wan laid a a the firm "X pec(ed to add additional Morlcs to the plant when bliHlnes.1 expanded. A con crete roof cover most of the build in if. Diaeovery by the nllle (hat Ger many ha prepared concrete bate for llH htiwitJiur aurrepdlloiisly In many place In l'.tlKliim and Krunce ha made all KiiKilidiuif n UHplclou of poHHlblo Geniuin prepiirallon In Lns luud. Jn dlwcuKlii) the VVIHeiden factory, the Sunday Tune pay: "In a altua tlon which command un almoat un Inleirupled view of thiit Kreal tract of London which lie uetween VVIlieH rten and the t'ryatnl lxtlaco I iIIhcov ereil a bulldliKr wIiokp roof. Hour and foiiniiii'lon are contruc(ed of ex ceptionally (hick concre(a and mlchl apparently be employf-d as the em placement of a heavy Ktin: in fact, one of thuae evt nteen-lnch howitzer for which ueh rnrcful arranKempnt were found to have hen made around Antwerp and Numur. We are very far from auiwaiitiK that Hie prein ine at WillcHden were deliberately ar rnngvd. (.'onaltlcrinif the German workmen, It i at leant probable that In the event of an attack upon lon don the attention "f (ht' Germans' commander would have been called to that convenient concrete floor, even If they hail not known of It before their arrival. 'it la blKhly prubabli) that there do exist audi places around London and In the neighborhood of our trrr-at for tress ponlllon which have been care fully prepared fur icRo guns, mid iht thief value, to our mind, of th Willetdeii dlxcovery is that It may be expected to Ktirnulate, authorities to ean h lor them. "The miKplcion that many wirele poulumentH are operating in London iwa jiiHtified by Hie dincovery of huch I a plant In the home of a Geaimn I profpHsor. As wirelea uppuratUH can i he opt rated for mi short a distance a rrom London to the L'uropean coast without an , outside tower the dim-ov- y of Illicit wire lean station Is very difficult. TliP Time advocate mat ie war office l.iaue a atatemcnt sup- ubtllnK that per.ton found aliclterlm? auch appiirntii will be treated a Bple mid l anded over to military power," WISCONSIN DEMOCRAT LEADS FOR SENATOR in MoitNiNa jouttl. eik ttD win Milwaukee, Win., Nov. 7. on the face of complete return from all couilticM, I'uul O. llUHling, democrat, lend Governor f. r!. McGovern, re puhlicnn, for I'nitctl Wutcs senator by J.afS Vote. Governor Mrtjovern today beRan formal proeeedlnirs for a recount .of the votes cast )n iiiuwaiiKce. "Pape's Diapepsin" ends all stomach distress in five minutes, Time it! Pape's Iiiapepsin will di- Iftest unytliiiiK you e;it ami overcome a our, rassy or out-of-order Momath isurely within five minutes. If your meal don't fit comfortably. - ;iryoC of have heartburn, that 1 a tdsa of indiges tion. Get from vour pharmacist a fifty- jcent rasa of I'apc'a Iiiapepsin and take r (i,lf.o just as noon as you can. There jundigested food mixed with acid, no istonuich u,m or heartburn, fulness or 'heavy feeling in thu stomach, nausea, Uiehllltatins- headacheH, diziines or In. testinal griping. Thi will al! go, and, jbpsid.'s. there wilt be no sour food left over In the stomach to poison your .breath with liaiisieous odor. rape nuipepsln i tt certain cure for out-of-ordr-r stomach. beoaue it lakes bol,l of your food and digest it just the same us if your stomach wusn t there. lic'iii In live minute from ail sto mach misery i waiting for you ut ny drug more. These large fifty-cent ruses contain enmnjh "Pape's Iiiapepsin" to kep the enure family free from stomach disorder and indigestion for many months, it belongs in jour borne. IGAS, HEARTBURN, nininrnTini! nn A SICK STOMACH GEIJ, CARRANA PREPARING TO OUST PUNSTON Refuses to Grant Amnesty to Mexicans at Vera Cruz Who Have Woiked With Amer icans, . imcui tiiMien to mornim iuNi.t Kl rami, Tex., Nov, 7. Yaldur Fu- btia. actiint neiretary of. forelmi re latloii In (he Oarrnnzii proviHionul ciihini't, will go (omorrow to Vera Cruz lo confer with General Fun- tnn, accordliiK to Information receiv ed toniKht by t'arranna neetit her. It was underHtood that Carrmiza had been lireparmx rtn ultimatum to :he conimander of the American troops holding (he ea( coast Mexican port, the evacuation ot which ha not been definitely decided by the Wahing'on Kuvcrninent. li; I.IMS T t.HWT San Antonio, Tex., Nov. 7. G 'U eral c'arranzii decline to Issue a gen eral amnesty for Mexican In Vera Crux who have worked In connection with the American official during the oc cupation of the lily by I'nlted State.! soldier, bei-Huae he believe he should conltler the case of each individual and declare an amnesty general in character, applying lo a alnglu local ity would be Illegal, and under It Huerla and 'others might claim Im munity. Thi I Ihe unbalance of a atnte mcnt given out here tonight by H. V. l'eiUeira, agent of General Cnrrmaza. The statement, quote Carrnti7.a a follows: "My attitude hug been 'that I must first be presented with a list of name of the individual for whom a general amnesty 1 requested bo that I can pan on the merit of each particular cast". "Whenever a general amnesty de cree I Issued by the executive power It must be general and apply to the entire country and cannot be made to apply locally, for, from the legal viewpoint of the Mexican conatltuti ill, it would bo Interpreted a applying to the entire republic and Victorian J Huerta, I'.lanijuet and many other could easily claim amnesty under the term. "A Is well known, thousand of Il'iertlsta mil clcntiflco left Mexico City and the surrounding southern ctunti-v and went to Vera Cruz soon fcfur il'ierta abandoned Hie capital so that to pardon them at thin time '.(tid be to set a '""1 precedent for tln future. "President Madera was persuaded soon uftcr his Induction to office to give amnestv to all of the Diaz ad- herenta and . after the lteyc f iasco j these snme element again forced i him to grant general amnesty to nil j of the Keyistus who had attempted j abortive revolution. Kveryone now know how dear President Madfro paid for thti very political rrror." j Slmrtagi' of Flour In Mexico. I Mexico City, Nov. t. A shortage of 1 flour in (his city and in other pari of the republic ha raiicsd some j alarm. The treasury department has, issued a decree abolishing the Import j duly on wheat until further notice. i i faV MONNINO JOURNAL aCCIAL LKAI10 WIRf 1 Kansas City, Mo., Nov. ". "Fnde- I slrable fnther art- a greater menace to this country than undesirable citi xens," l)r. Hussell Price of Chlcagi asserted In an address before tho in ternational purity congress here to day. "The tendency of the age," he con tinued, IH to magnify motherhood and minimis!!' fatherhood. Vet It is a Hclentiric fact throughout the ani mal world that offsprings take their characteristic from the male parent. Propensities Jn children have been traced definllely to similar activities in the father shortly precedent to pro creation, according to Dr. Price, who gave a number of Illustrations from personal observation and drew' exam ple from the breeding of race horses and fighting cocks. -Parenta have been careless In al lowing their daughters to marry 'hit or mis,' and are compelled to look forward to grandchildren from a dis eased and decreptlc fatherhood," h assorted. lie contrasted thia with the care exercised in mating dumb animals bo as to obtain sound offsprings. "When we have a fatherhood, phy sically, mentally and morally quali fied to produce an Improved race, then the tendent'les to weaknesses and Immoral idiosyncrasies will pnss Into oblivion and the apex of father hood will be reached," he concluded. Another speaker before the con gress was Mr. Catherine Hooth-Cllii-born, daughter of the late William Hoolh, of the Salvation army, London. GERMAN CRUISER 1$ j ORDERED FROM HONOLULU: (BY MOHNIN JOURNAL BaCIAL LKA8B0 WIRKl j Honolulu, Nov. ". On Instructions! received from Washington, the North) liernmn Lloyd's steel schooner Lock-) sun, w hich arrived recently, was in-1 lerned here tonight under the ruling i that the vessel was a naval tender, j A guard ha been placed aboard the ship. I A rumor Was In circulation here tonight that the German Warship Geier, which ha heen undergoing re Pairs for several weeks, had been In formed that the limit of Its stay would terminate at midnight tonight and that the vessel either must in terne or leave. Two Japanese cruis er have been stationed off Honolulu for sometime on the lookout for (he ftt'ler. t'Hrnegle l ose Ptcltloii. Aberdeen, Scotland, Nov. T (via London, 5 p. m.) Winston Churchill, first bod of the admiralty, ha been elect. d lord rector ot Aberdeen uni versity in succession to Andrew Cur-nosie. FATHERS MORE IMPORTANT THAN ARE MOTHERS ha T -X. ' THE RIGHT c ititv A (HiXK hook ix Yorn ikki:t on ,.1HKF "n VHU Ul.h ALWAYS HAVE TUB "KIGIIT iixn'.f" wiikx voir wish to iay ihlm axd i-uui Vsi h. vor can WHITK a chix k tor the I x(T MOl NT. Till S irolXti AWAV WITH TIIE BISK OF KI KPIXO Till! ACTt'AIi moxey with vor. Till' MUST WTIOXAL IIAXK. WHICH WIS KSTAB- msiifd itia oiti: Tin: days or kailhoads in aluu. Ql iVili:. ASSI HI S AMSOIATK SAI'KTY FOB YOlJt r...v.T v iwiTi s you to oi-i:n a mix king ACX'Ol'XT WITH AXY AMOUNT, LAHGE OB SMALL. GIRLS! CLEM AND BEAUTIFY Hi NO DANDRUFF 25 CENT DABINE Stop washing hair! Try this! Makes hair glossy, sott and abundant, Surely try a "Pa nderine Mai Cleanse" If you wisli lo Immediately double (he beauty of jour hair. Jus! moisten' a cloth with Dandprine and draw It carefully through your hair, taking one small trnnd at a time, this will cleanse the hair of dut, dirt or any excessive oil In a few minute you win i tamnTod Your hair will be wavy, fluffy and abundant and possess President Makes Inquiry of Attorney General Gregory Regarding Legality of Plan,. Which Is Now Completed. IBY MORNINa JOURNAL fPfCIAL LKABCO WIRI Washington, Nov. T. No violation of the anti-trust laws is threatened by the t l3.r.,0U0.O0 cotton loan fund plun, according to an opinioti handed down lute today by Attorney General Gregory at the request of President Wilson. I "I am unable to S"n how such a plan could be thought to f ill within the purview of the anti-trust laws," the opinion says. The plan was perfected recently bv I banker and members of tho federal reserve board and Mr. Gregory' j i 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 '. 1 was rendered after his con ference today with President Wilson. The treasury department mude pn'i lic tunight the following corrcsponr denco. Writing Mr. Gregory, the president said: "I am sending the enclosed papers, submitted (o me by the secretary ol the treasury, In order to awcertain whether in your opinion, the proposed cotton loan fund may oe :.iwfull formed. I know that It is contrary to the practice of the department to give opinions before hand a to contem plated transactions and I think that such opinions ought never in ordinary circumstances lie given, but the cir cumstance with regard to tho hand ling of the great cotton crop which have been created by the Kuropean war aro most extraordinary and seem to justify extraordinary action. It in for thut reason that I venture to as'. you to depart In this case from the usual practice of your department. "It occurs to mo that the fund con templated aland in a class by itstii'. It is hardly conceivable that such ar rangements should become settled practices or furnish precedents which would be followed in the regular course of business or under ordinary conditions. They are as exceptional In their nature as the i ircuniatances they are meant to deal with and tan hardly be looked upon as, by possiliil- irv even tilt nireroun orpeeitents. 11 Is What Leads to NO VIOLATION j OF TRUST LAWS I ! IN COTTON LOAN IX Till-: opinion of many medical iiutlituillcs, tlio iii'VfIoimt'nt of pulmonary tuberculosis (coiistiiiip(lon) Is liastoncil, if not actually precipitated, by a loss of linie. from tins system. Till condition technically Is known as ilocali'llloation, and nearly' all authorities Hrcc that it must lie avoided In order to preserve hcallli. "Wliere there is dccau illciitlon, tlio Mine will must be sup plied medicinally," wiys I J. W. Caiiinrt, of San Antonio, Texas, jit (he May, 1013, Issue of "Medical I'rogiTss," un etliieai journal, published in Louisville. To supply these vitally necessary sails has, in many instances, pmved a difficult matter, since in some forms they are not easily assimilable, and often cause stomach disturbance. In Eckmnn's Alterative, however, calcium (lime) is so combined with other remedial agents ft to lie nssimilated by the averago person without discomfort or digestive disturbance, and to this, in part. Is due the success , of this remedy in the treatment of tuberculosis mid allied chronic throat and bronchial affections. We make no boastful claims for Kckman's Alterative, but a careful record of results obtained during years of widespread use warrants (he asserUon that many such cases apparently have yielded to it, while many others have been relieved or benefited. It contains no opiates, narcotics or habit-forming drugs, hence it use is not attended wi,tji danger. Your druggist has it or will or der It, or you can nend direct. Eckman Laboratory i.iiiiJ!lst:lfil: 'b W CHANGE I an IncompitralJle Boftncss, lustre and i luxuriance. F.eslde beautifying the hair, one np. plication of Iianderine dissolve every particle of dandruff; Invigorate the j scalp, stopping itching and falling hair, i Danderine is (o (he hair what fresh shower of rain and sunshine are to 'vegtutinn. It goeg right to the roots, invigorates and strengthen them. Its exhilarating, stimulating and lire-producing propertiea cause the hair to grow long, strong and beautiful, i You can surely have pretty, soft, !lutrou hair, and lots of It. If you will ijust get a 25 cent bottle of Knowiton's Danderine from any drug store or .toilet counter ad try it ag directed. for thi reason that I feel the more justifi'd in asking fur your opinion In the premises." In reply Mr. Gregory wrote: "I have the honor to reply to your ri qin st for my opinion a to whether the federal anli-trust laws (the so called Sherman act, the so-called Clayton act, and the trade commission act) would be violated In any respect by the carrying out of a plan which hiis been devised for raising and ad ministering a fund of 9135.000.000 to be lent on the security of cotton. "Countries which take annually about 8,000.000 bales' or American cotton more than half the crop are now engaged In war. Trade between the I'nlted States and those countries In some cases virtually has com? to a complete stop, and in the oilier ha been seriously hindered. Foreign exchange has been bndty demoralised. In consequence of these extraordinary conditions, it ha been impossible 10 obtain in the usual wayg the lare amount of cash required to liquidate the indebtedness incurred In Ihe course of raising and marketing the cotton crop. "To meet this siluatlon the plan m question has been proposed. It con templates the making tip by a syndi cate composed principally of hanki and bankers of a fund of $135,000,000 to be lent on the security of cotton lo borrow'-rs In the cotton growing states under the direction of a cen tral committee, composed of the indi vidual members of the federal reserve board and various auxiliary commit tees. "Nothing in the nature of price fixing, restriction of production, divi sion of territory or control of markets, is Involved. Loans will be made us freely to buyer of cotton as to the producers. The member of the syn dicate will be perfectly free to make other loans in any amount, lo any person, and on any lawful terms. I.Sor. rowers will be under ' no restraint whatever as to the price or time :it which they may sell their cotton. Nor will their free agency in borrowing or In not borrowing as they see fit and from whom thev see fit In any man ner be restricted. In short, the plan simply provides the cash which Is Imperatively required to liquidate the indebtedness Incurred in the -course of raising and marketing (he cotton crop, but which cannot now he ob tained from the usual sources of sup ply because of the extraordinary con dition prevailing in the money mar kets and in the trade of the world. "The amount of this fund is barely more than 1 per cent of the total outstanding loans and discounts , ot banking institutions in the I ",t0 States and - is much less than me amount of cash usually employed m marketing the cotton crop. Nor wouiu even this small part of the banning capital of the United States beco-m impounded as a result of (he plai.. but upon being lent, would return at ence into general circulation." Tuberculosis ?n Philadelphia