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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1914.
SIX if , t:- t , 1 'i AN INDRrEVDK.NT NIWSPAPB1I Cfct Jita$acrqae liloniiiio journal fuMlahail r tha JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. p. a. MAfpr(rns'v r-fiant W. T. Mo'-KKI'IIIT, Hinlna Manartr H, I. It. M AI,I.IXTf:H N-i fcitlmr A, N. MOmoa.V ni)F K.lilnr M. U "X ,.,.Kilitr HMtrm IHirmMallit '. 4. AMif NsON. atarqnftla HulOllii, I blrnf. III. Alm ftep-riwefitatlv, MAI I'M H. Ml I I IliA V, a lark K.iw, Saw Iwl. JtMereit aa aC'tml.r-iaa matter at lha Bttftoffji- tot A llMI'lllfillft, V. M, undr A''t I iwtr.i f Mir. h 1, 17. TIIH MliMNINM Jul HNAI, l Tilt'. l.EAHIV'J Itt-.l't Itl.b'AX 1'AI-KH liPSHW Jll'VieO, Kt I'I'oltl I'.'ll Till: I'lilSi . I'llNOK THK m-:l't'HI.H'M It V Al.l. TUN Ititn ASH TIIH MI-rUHUi of TIM HKITIII.il AN I'AIITir WIIKM Till! AUK KIHHT lArgmr "irrulalir than any other pari K NfW 1 ha on if parmr In Nw JtMlwi Imih1 vrr day In tha year. Tf.itM? or stiisiiiiMriuN. Pill?, by carrier or malt, en month. ..III)! MOTH N TO riDllHflllUKItH. tiiharrlhrr i'i tita Jimriiai, l,n writing ti hava th"ir tntiM-r cUahgnl In a new at). irtm noit l, aura la glva tha old ftilitri-aa. stake run com th great national moral Impulse, without which th government war triinlHtem. or even their navle, can da but little. W have ehortiiou u 1 v m n I hk In our re sume (if men and material and In that wonderful spirit of mint which hnn never understood the rio-iinlng of tiffin i. All I b- nr great asset, hut they must he used Judiciously and ef fectively." Beyond iloulit, lite hnnttct nt tjolldhflll will do much toward arous ing th active patriotism of the Hrlt Ifh people, who hnve largely been lint - Icm In th print. While throe million frenchmen n ml four hundred limn-j mud Hclglnn tire on the fighting line, l tin llrillch now have only about one hundred nnd fifty thousand In Prune, , nil few men In th field anywhere else. They hnvo depended upon their xroiit fleii. which hn hfen of roitiiHi(il Ively Utile k rvli OKu'nl ilio Ueriiiiin nnvy. except ( Imttl Ihn Kteuler luirt of II rll In Ih Kiel en mi I. AIo the fleet him don Invitlimlde ncrvlco In prevenlltiK th (!eriniin from hreiikinir through the nllieii' line it ml retichlnif coveled polntn on the tlmnnel. War (Rlchurd I ciiillienne.) I abhor, And yet how aweet The aoitntl ulonit th tiuirciilng mreet of drum anil fife, titid I forKet llri.ken mot hern, and th whole Imrk butchery without a aotil, Without a aoul five thia brinht drink Of bendy rriunlc, nweet an hell; And even tny n-lire-iilii(!ini? feet (o rmirchinK Willi the marchitiK feet. For yonder Koea the fife. And whitt core I for human life! The teiir fill my nHloninhed eyea And tny full henrt la like to hrenk; And yet 'tla nil emlitinnereij lien A ilrenm Hioto- iJiummera m ike. t many absolutely vital undertaklni;, t'ch aa hrmpltnl", nr already endnn Krrl by th hard tlmea. Aa we Tiav already pointed out, It i a can where thonn who hav the meana mnat glv twice, to take car if th exIatiiiK charitable uKenelca, and atlll find omethlna; for th nifferera abroad. I(.v thia do not mean that u think thr la the allnlitiHt reiiaon for Amer icana to contribute to that fund which ek (o provide clothlnx for Ilrltinh Moldlera; their yovernment and peopl? nhould tak unr of them iurife' nioUKh. Hut tli omlnoua reports fiom Heljrlum limt no Icaa thnn nevcn miuiona of inii'Hent people ar iup proticlilna; ataivitiion Indlcato a state Buying Offers Far Outnumber Offers to Sell New York, Nov. 10. For the firnt tim nine the formation of the un official market, which ilea In in the more active listed Htockx, buying or der today fur outnumbered offerH to nctl. Thia wiim reflected In the (incited prlceg of Hiich Hpeculallvo favorite an I'nKed .SUitca Steel, AiniilnutiiHted Copper, licadlnK, the HnrrimanjHMUeg mid other Mocks of like character, nil of which ' were hlwlier by four to ! of affair which Kcneroiti Amerb tin ! "'v"" '"ints ,h!'n a m""th n- di, It In wickednen to clothe Von hldeoiw K'liinliiK thitiK Dtulkn Kid leit In mitelc, like a fiteen That In n burden (,f glory walk, Till (tooil men love the thin loathe. that I hey "Tha Moraine Journal hna a higher rlrcu Illl'.B ratine than la aiTonl") to any m her plr in ffr li'aluo."Tha Amrrlcin rwnrtarir Iarertury. Wi:liNK.SIAV,.NOV!-MI!i:it II, mu Troiii thi retnark nt the fluild bull lutnii not. It rieettiH thut all ar wllllrm to hnnd it debiyed wallop to ihclr frlind the Titrl:. Art, thou hunt many Infamba, Hut not an Infamy like thia. Oh, hump the fife and Htlll the drum, And nhow th monnter a ah In! t'iihtcn cannot lMtior. WOTIII liMVV AllVWTAf.i:. Tin: (.rii.itiiii.i, iMHisn ii m i wmn The riKiat notiibln btin'lliet ever luld in fumoii old (jiillilhull th iiiuncll hull of the city of London iw curly In tlu; fifteenth cetiiurs' mot lliat of yesterday inoriiiiik', Junl iilor iiii'lnlKlii, when all of Hi no. Indies of (h! Ilriliali Bv rnmcnt and the uititiiinioie of II h alllc were linneiit, lotcether With a thonminil Biii'tii. While It market! the Iihiuk iirmion if the neiv lord mayor, it was utilized tin mi oicnMi.n to rtir the liiilrlolimn of the, Kna-linh people. , Former Premier Arthur J. Ibilfoiir, duller ff the c otincrvi'.l Ive opiionlllon ; ltm hn.,y IH the lllier;il anverliiueiit, w.m Ibe fu-.l 4itk-r, ,piiiliili u4 fii placed lh:it Mik Woibl lulKbl. km.w thorn urn no lMllill. Hl (lifferellfl ill till One of th interentltiR aldellaht on the Kropean attuiitlon I the advan- tan which the Herman hnv over the allle becauHe of their auperlor flilllty to apeak foreign liinKiiiiRen with proficiency. An I'nvllhh nlritiiin 1 iiinied a aayltiK that on of Hie KrcntcHt need of the nlllc i InbTiireter for bolh the Trench and TtrllMh troop, lie till of hi own dhnrrcomirm.1 in fh! re peel : "I rcKartl the InoxhniiHtlble nupply of men who know heal ItiiiKiiiKes a one of the t hief factor of Herman -fflcleney In the wnr. The ullle need nbmdulrly all the Itilerprctera they ean Ret, and are ptifferinK for luc't bi: Ihi tit, Very few tlrlttnh officer i-ny soldier epouk evi n M-rvlceiible I'Veneh. Iler mid over iiunlil I hi vc mywdf lieen l lilier:ilelv misled bv apimretil pennaotM who, I With Scissors and Paste I fi ll Wire, were Herman lile. eininie III , ...,.,, il,..,,.,,,, ,, ,. f.,r L.ttf r llllx lloie. lie paid liicli coiiiillmenlH Id th jMpiine., th ItiisHiun, lite liclKlx nt ami tho HcrvluiiH, and the uplrit of th throng was ntprened ivhen h flerlured that llelirlmn would lin retuire-d to all of her ancient pros. lituuilHt tlianir tli" avcriiKo Krcnch man or PtiKliahnmii. In a menniire thl I Irit liecnitse of Ih thurouith neM of the Herman educational sys tem, but It nltiO Is true hecaune the Herman who seltlu In forelun rotin- ..rity. more, by th i.lllc wholt,.,,., wth ,n( nilw.B were hound toRether by the l""""'"! j n((Hlmllt their hubll of thouht and i.f one Kreat object. u.... , ,.,,.,. ik. i KnKllHhmart hold hlmelf aliiof am! n thul of I'aul Ciimbon, the French itiiiliaHHitiiitr, who, In an elofptcnt IM-eeh, lined the followinK lanRiinu: "We did not atbiek; wn acted In m'lf delifie. We ilu Imt secli to Hlakej tlu liiNtti of ibimlnlon; we almplv wlh th Freni'hirutn prefer the company of those- Who speak French, thus re llevlnir him of the necessity of learn Itir another tongue, H hntt often been pointed out that, la khvo l.iiropeiin civlllKHlloii. We no matter to what part of the Ilrltinh know I hut thin war ha been lon i (.mpiIP lirl lu;llHh offlclui may be tip-pit rt-i , iioii. in, iinwi iowei tui in mi iiiiicitlx of tli-rd ruction linvn been rreaK d; that tbi re hits been Inctilcat- wnltlt)K him Pent, he will find a little KnKlimd with cricket or polo rd In it whole people the t tilt of force ground handy, and mnat of the so und (liiluln of riht and them hit!,,!,.! -.,, mn j.ii,.nrl,1. . , mime a ut home. Yet I I generally KIM.H IX KIT lll'.XKIt'H IJI'K llorutlo llerlwrt Kitchener, Kitch ener of Khartoum, munler-mlnd of the lirlllfh army In it present war, came to the turnlnif point of hi career In the Hudiin aixln.cn year hko. He wa already n major general, alrdar of her majesty's troops In KKypt, but It woi the battle of Omdurman which wu th rrltlcul moment of hla career. Th detlnlon which Kitchener was called upon lo maku wa so trivial that it seem litdlcrou, but llH effect were lerrlbly almilflciint to KKypt and to Kiiuliind both. An army of dor vlshes was 1,'IUO mile away from Kitchener, lie decided to build u railway. Simple, indeed, but that railway won all KKypt, and the fact that Kitchener could decide, lo waste, apparently, two year in the under takintf Ih the nrcalt tribute to hla Ketiln. For two year Kitchener built. Then ho foiiuht. lh had i'll, OtMi men, and l ho iiervinhe went ut If o ft (.11,1111(1 hi ruin.'. Aliniil. t; :i o'ehii k one mornlnir of Si-l li 1 1 !-, 1 S !( M , the ilcrvlnhea hefran to cotuii on. In their white liui.'-e. dresnea they lookeil in ho illslance liku an flinty of banncra. t'areleH of death, which innured Immortal hap pinens, they advanced under the llrlt IhIi fire, (IroppInK ly hundred and IhoUHand. Alxuit three hours of thia and the Ilrltinh begun to echelon forward Into the plain, thinking the buttle well over. Hut the khiilif had divided hla nrmy, and hardly did the j Hritlah appear when they were met with a terrific onslaiiKht. llelween j two compact bodies of dcrvlxhes i yuwncd a deep ravine. Into It the A 1X)WX Til ll.T OX I.I IX,I. (Wide World Magazine.) A few mile north of Marseilles, and within eaay walk of the train to Alx-en-I'rovence, lien a typical provemal villiiKa that toiiriata tisually min. It wfl founded by the Itomana dur ing their occupation of the south of France, and I built In an ordunce with tho custom of that time. The house appear to be perched on top of each other, but on closer Inspection nr. found to lie built on lcdKe on a hillnlde. This hill Is the most Inter- the official market similar condition prevailed, the New York city three year 4 per cent note atialnlnir a new hiKh price at lft3',4, which put them on a 4. fin baxlN. 'liino l oan In London. of more importance, however, was the new that local hrokcraxe houses had nctiortiited time, loan In London en very favorable terms. The amount of these loan Wa not lare, but the fart that London was willing to en KiiK in such operation was accept ed a strong proof of the Improved conditloni at that center. j piloted rale fur lonK time money were unchanged in the local market, ! Ik 1W "Hi, $jf-y'i .'it.- Wit The Glory of the Breakfast Table There ii a pride In Solitaire quality a regard for Solitaire repuiatioa -which petmiti of notliing less thin the very bvt to be told under the Solitaire name. You will realise the iuiiifican e of these i ileal, in your first cup of Moreyi Solitaire Coffee properly made. '.'The Best the Grocer Can Deliver" Htrt art a few mtmbtn of the SoUtalrr family: tea, Spice, htavonng Extracts, Catsup, hasita, 'rxinut Hutttr, like. Sea Poods. (Jrapt Juict. (Mtves, (Hive Oil, Preserves, Maple Syrup, etc., and ail varieties of canned fruits and veitektbleu THE MOREY MERCANTILE CO. Denver 'aV.tH-Vi'---. ft;:. J eslinir fenttire nf thii iil.-ire. What ao pear a a solitary era Is In reality I ,,ut tn ""PPly wa more abundant, a castle, tho rooms, fortification, etc., !r"" "'ney wn easier at Vt per cent he.lmt cut out of the solid rock andjf"r Mieclnl tran.sactlons, which estab formlnir a fortreH nraellciillv imnreK- ! th '''"t rnlo since tn out- nahlo in those da vs. At the side of 1 ,,r'"k "f ,hp w'ir- A'l Kad of the casllo is a round tower, about for ty feet in helKht and seven feet in diameter. The interior of this tower, acted a the "wireless station" in Un man times. It consisted of a series of plKeon lofts, from which the birds, hearing; measnRes, were sent direct to Home. Th whole of the Interior was constructed of a very hard cement, which, with the wear of bch, la now slowly riecupinic and only one perfect "loft" now remains. There was ac commodation for about 2.ri0 pairs of il,-l.i . . I. .,.fU m b 1.. ..!.. nt ...a. . ' , . .... isumiibly in tonn niton with the oper- ler nriil urn n uiitnilv lite ntteniOintit ' . , . , . ' . ., intlona of the cold pool. commercial paper were In demand, j short maturities being accepted at a j low a 4 1 j per cent. ) Loan for (crniany, The activity of markets at a new low price in the exchange market nt- tested the increasing husinens belna dono here for Herman Interest and iBave currency to fresh rumor of a . j lure loan for that country. j Kterlinp; exchanK wa lower on J light business nnd I'nri cheek and ! drafts were merely nominal. More ; gold was exported to t'uniula, pre- tielnjr quarlered In the castle, The Storytellers Tho WIhc Obi Man. Here la obe that wmh lold at a re cent b,riitiet by Iloh Sweeney, tin new iiHsiHiiint seereiury of ih Interior, ill ileinoiistr.ilInK that lillle wifey oc cosioitally wore a lieaui li'nl rltiHi-r. A pittlent Mule mother hutl just tuelieil her S-year-old daiiKhler in bed ami wu about to leave the room - There were some adverse (levelop ' ments duriiiir the day, including a lurRe decrease. In unfilled orders by the t'niteil Slate Hteel corporation for October, Ihe larirest Increase In j Idle curs for this period of the year j since I!itl7, a InrKe fulling off In local j export it ii (t nil unfavorable stalenient of xrosM tai'iiin'JH fur October by the I : i-.-.-i l Northern railway. j I London repoileil it tlecbled slimit Ink lo fiiiiinci.il biiMlncMs, I lie chief 1 1 oiiti iliiitim? factor licliiK the iiiivnl f. -if - -xrrx ' '?' "t i MOREYS m T Coffee WASHING WON'T RID HEAD OF DANDRUFF DfsMilw ll, Thai's lies) Way, Tho only sure way to get rid of dan- o.o, wan aiiom ,u , . r . fol()W(1(, ,,y ft pro. , ( ,; , destroy when the. yorfliKHter called her liuck. . ,,, , ,..,. ,.. ; ,... m ,.. ',. " ' T ... .... 'Yes, dear," answered the mother, rates. insurance t entlrclv. To do thin unt nW fnnr jounces of ordinary licjuld arvon; apply I ik at night when retlrins; use enough i to moisten the scalp nnd rub it In gen-1 tly with the finger tips. j Do this tonight, and by murn ini f your dandruff will 1 mite nnct state 'J rcasttrer o. is. Mar-; tie gone and thro., or four more ap returning to the bedside, "what do you "t?" County Tax Itocclpts. "I'm not very sleepy yet," said the Santa Fe, Nov. 10.--The tax re thild, appealing!'. "Won't you tell (.,.j,ts rr the month of October have tn a fairy story? i been turned in by fifteen rountles to 'most if not all wnu a lew minute, dear, repneu mama, with Just a tinge of hard- ' i has acknowledged the receipt of ipilcatir.ns w ill completely dissolve and ness In her voice. soon he home, and he will tell us both '........,. u, lone." Philadelphia Evening Tele f irmnii . 1 1 1 1 1 in fi it' i i imii it-u inn miii:t'i n : , Into it, through It and beyond, uiKr(1I"1' chiii'K as mad us Ilulaklava, hut this lime, under the terrific driving power of Kitchener fierce, personality, a success. Once the lirllish had gone liicti pernlHlen endeavor to banish till fi'iMnS of humanity from Its In-Hit; that n mu onbrly nation hn Iwen turned Into a house of bar liuriNris. "These professor. of brutality thought they hud roresccn ever) tiling. They had not foreseen that they Wniild come into conflict with the eonseience of r civilised world In this murderous war Ihe most terrible the tmrld Ii" ever seen," Th next speaker wu Winston Hnem-er Churchill, first lord of lh aitmlriiltv iihn mndn Iho fll,i-lnir i I'eet. hlknlf leant and reiiHsurlng statettient : "Thf nnvy la strnimer at every paint if rervlce than It wa on tlm tiny war broke out. It ik stronger inoNt ui t tlctilnrly In those brum hen nf navtil service which modern expe riences Iuim shown to exercise Ihe most powerful influence," There had been n growing fenr that Iho Ht itlsh fleet would be destroyed In detail by the daring raids of the fieitiian submarine and the superior Klin of the kaiser' navy, n shown in th1 fight off the coast of Routh America, but the Htltlsh people will admitted that the Englishman has made sii admirable colonizer, usually far superior to the Oerinnn. Ptrnnge. aa It may seem, the F.na Ilsbinun'a refusal to master a foreign Iciigiiuge. ha matte him keep from leconilng intimate with the subject luces, and the result ha been that thl aloofness has. endowed the native peoples with feelings of awe and re- Heorge Iterniird 8haw limits ' the number of "thinking public" in thl country to fifty thuimand and a lot of I hem do not vote. through th fate of tho ilervlshe was scaled. A few duya Inter the Hrltlsh had entered Khartoum and were giving honor of military hurlnl to Cordon, who had been killed there fourteen years before. Safety til I rills. Two men were making their first trip to F.urope. On the first night out the sea grew rough and the liner pitched like a chip in the big wave. Your father will I n totul S,8U.:r. from that source to date this month. The remaining counties will hardly increase that to above $12,0(10, as the heaviest tux puylrig counlies, so that pickings, es pecially out of the salary fund will be slim. The heaviest remittance comes from I- gue and C'liaves country C nui mus lai.Miiaia - ' ! The heaviest remittance comes uind feel n hi IMdy county, $2,231.61; San MI-( if yon Wan county second, with $2,077.71, d" l,-v ""' M'.l.l OF AlriiLI.I'.HY. The plainct lesson if this war Is the need of strong artillery in the field, tlur mlllbiry nuthoritlcR have kept this backward in construction, thought not In design, to HUait just Ished to note that the second man wnte n woman's frilly nightgown and had a loce-und riblwin-trimnied bou- .r.:M ......n hi. U.,...t THF WOltO i'u,l ' V tieit uinil inn 11 uvi. ohn Kcndr ck llnngs.) . , ., .. ,, ' , ' louay, wnatever may annoy, ..Woll," said hi frl..d, "you The word for me Is Joy, Just simple ! ,(now ,he ruf n C3Sft aifll(lttri . . . . i women and children first." The Joy of life, j The Joy of children and of wife, j Irln(rlnK Illm Hack. The Joy of bright blue kle. I The attorney for the prosecution The Joy of rain, the glnd surprise an(, oefense had been allowed fifteen of twinkling stars that shine at nlsht, j minute each to atRue the case, says The Joy of winged thing upon their (ne Pittsburgh Dispatch. The attorney fllKhl ; tor the defense had commenced hla The Joy of noonday, and the tried j argument with on illusion to the True Joyousnes of eventide; (swimming hole of hi boyhood days. The Joy of labor, and nf mirth; i He told in flowery oratory of the i The Joy of air, and sea, nnd earth j balmy air, the singing birds, the Joy j The countless Joy thut ever flow , 0r ymilh, the delights of the cool irom Jtim weather Whose vast beneficence doth dim "An, ln the midst of It he was In- The lustrous liuht of day terrupted by the drawling voice of the .Ann ttivisn girts aivine upon our way, 'Judge. third. one or the travelers, coming to him, t1,fi03.3r., Hernalillo fourth, with stateroon to retire found his friend j (534 2!) nnd u, ttlA otnpr counties Just getting into bed, and wa aston- i h.,vne Hvnt ln if.ss th(in r,00. How ever, the big end of the first half of 1914 taxes Is to come in during this month nnd will be poured into the slate treasury next month. Close tab will be kept on every county treasury to prevent any of them holding over any funds collected In November, as has been the custom and the penalty will be charged up against the treas turer for the amount not turned In between December 1 and December 15. entirely destroy, every single s'gn and trace of it, no matter how much dan- ' drutf you may have, I You will find, too, that all itching j and digging of the scalp will atop at : once, and your hair will be fluffy, lus- j trons, glossy, silky and soft, and look I ml feel n hundred tinif-s butler. ! i int to preserve vour hair. ins get rid of dandruff, loaves or appetizing jiread. with , "'""" ie rnore,jurt wise men who know what, i"' im.v. ii mil oniy starves me nairi , - ....... . land makea It full out, but it makes it I (,'i Hl"1 whom the "staff of life" stringy, (straggly, dull, dry, brittle and i is one of the most Important it em uieiess, nnu everyone notices It. You i DON'T CALL THEM "LOAFERS" ; Just because they are stuck on our They are It t ho ...t IbuidaVn ItTnvdn.at.r.":0' f '' W" ''!lkfi "" It Is inexpensive and never fails to do "nd most nutritious bread, that has fragrance and substance to recom mend It. We give you the highrst finality at the lowest price possible. Pioneer Bakery the actual experience that hna come. he reOHsured by the declaration that "' national defense i more ad tho navy "Is stronger nt every point ; vaiieed with the submarine, the naval f sorvlco than It was on the day the war broke out." Ititt the audience must have been a bit startled by the nearness of the conflict when Church vessel mada most urgent by present experience, Rvery great WHr revolullonUe the machinery of warfare. The civil war 111 remarked that desperate fighting j drove nation from tho wooden ship wna tltn in progress less than eighty inllcs from ihe ancient hull where the laiiiii't wns In progress. Premier Asqiilth's speech wa de voted to denunciation of Turkey, long supported by HrcHt Iltitaln. He de i lured thut nation had dug It own grave and committed suicide. The hntur;tl conclusion was that the alllea!f any would bury the Ottomnn empire, The! naught premier ulso pointed out the strong finamiul position of Hreat Utiluln. He showi-d l tin t the p.aiik of Kngland luiil more gold In Its vaults than ever before-. Tin- speech of the premier could not but rem II the words of Hismarck, who sold three things were neces sary In making war, the first of which' wan gold, the second wu (old nnd tho third wa gold, which he adapted doubtless from the ffimous faylnK of Demosthenes, who then ask ed which wa th first p.irt of oratory, to tlis steel-clad. The battle between tho Monitor nnd the Merrimae marked a, new crn In wnr on the sons. The Prussian wars, after Ilismarck became the directing; head of thut kingdom, concentrated upon rapid fire i If lei for Infantry. The Japanese war with Hussia forbade the construction battleship but the dread- Thl war him nullified the art of fortification and reduced defense to the operations of mobile arm lea In the field. It the new siege artillery can, tn h few day, reduce fortresses thought tmpregnnbhs the armies thai contend In the open must be equipped lth the best mobile artillery, which has taken the place of the old cavalry as the wing of Infantry. The rapid-fire machine gun arc the iirm of the present. The allies were able to check the Herman ad vance after fort Iflest Ion lay In ruins Winter Onions should he planted nt thl time. They will make sreen j onions MiH'k earlier than those set' tint In tho spring;. They arc very I hardy. Krwiinjr ilmn them no harm, j Per pound, l.V. V W. l-'KF, 212, 21 1. 21 W. Lead Ave. lMionc 18. worn. i I - S 207 South First Ktnet. The more critical your taste the more you'll appreciate 3 C9) Albuquerque Foundry and ! . Machine Works Fnglncers Founders Machinist ! Castings In Iron, Hrnss, Urone, 'Aluminum, Klectric Motors, Oil ICn gines, Pumpa and Irrigation. I Works and Office, Albuquerque. Whate'er there be of sorrow I'll put off till Tomorrow comes, why then 'Twill be Today nnd Joy aguln! answered, "action," and w hich the I by the superiority of th French ma-HH-nnil, replied, "action," nnd which 'chine guns, proved when they con- was the third, he still answered, "ac. lion." Aa was fitting. Lord Kitchener tiosedl the program with a speech In which he told ihe audience that, In addition to the territorial now being flril!e1 In Fnglnnd, a million and a quarter men are in KnglUh training cairipa for use when needed on Ihe contitnent. He expect ttie war to tie a lonK ", nnd railed for the enlist ment of more men. He reminded the fi'udeene that - "Th' British empire U now fighting for It rxuoence, I want every ejti t(.n to understand this cardinal fact, for only from u elesr conception of the vast Importance t,f the issue at fronted the Krttpp In the lialkitn wars, The indefinite millions of men back of the KuNsinn front are limited in effect iveties by lack of enough support liigr artillery. When congress meet ftgaln, what ever else it may do or not do. ln th light of actual warfare Upon national defense, let It be liberal tn It appro priation for submarine, coast and field artillery If It take any step toward strengthening national defense. An eastern atrocity A man In fto ton advertise that he will teach any one to play th cornel for '8 cent. I'KOTIX TIO OF WOMF IV WAIt. (Frances Frear fn Leslie's.) ln the history of wur a woman'B sex has given her no protection. War unhrldlei all the passion of men, and during military campaign of olden time women were subjected to un speakable, atrocities. Following the Itusso-Japnnese war and the more re cent Balkan war, women told of out rage committed by batih'-craied sol tilei. During the present war storiea huve appeared, not yet fully uuthen tUated It Is true, telling of helpless women and little girls being made the victims of lust Rnd passion. At the close of the war, tho organised women of the world plan to make an appeal to The Hague peace conference, ask ing that among the rules of clvlllzen wat'fur there shall be Incorporated n section for the protection of women mid girl. P.nle of civlllited war are not always observed, hut there should be u rule for the protection of women and girls. Its violation would bring: the wrath of the world upon the heads of the guilty. "Come out, Chawncey," "and put on your clothes, teen minute are up." he Vour fif said, ' oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooc oooooooooooooooooooc OOOO 00000000000000 CIASSEF1EID ALPIAEETICALLY ;cfn All 2 I V Ancnt an Actor Man. Dan Daly once essayed the legiti mate. It was in his early days, he had to do whs to come to the cen- ;o ter of the stage at a critical moment 0 nnd shout: ; "The king I dead: long live the io kins!" jg When the time came Mr. Duly Jo promptly assumed tho correct dra-jO matle pose, but for a moment wns so i? iigltatlon that words failed him. Then io he bellowed at the top of his voice: ij "Long live the king he's dead Chicago Xevs. . MOTHERS, DO THIS- When tho Children rough. Hah .Mn-terolo on Throats and t hesis MF. VS. ItlvVSTS. (New York Kvenlng Post.) Mrs. James Speyer'a announcement that the Xew York Women' league for animals has decided to close, tempo rarily Its free hospital, and to omit the usual appeals for annual sub scriptions, Is probably the wisest thing for it to do in view of the ex isting conditions. Where there la ao much suffering among; human beings, animals, we fear, must be passed by. Hut we sincerely hope that those who have contributed to this work will not ei ntent themselves wilh sending their usual remittance to F.urope, A Mr. Speyer point out, there is need in plenty for money in connection with the unemployed and the suffering In this country. All reports of charita ble societies go to show that there is In prospect the worst period of un employment among the poor, and even among small-salaried workers, that tills city haa known. Again, O o 1o ! ! ,o o o !o i .0 is lo o o John M. Moore, John M. White, Pres. Mgr. ALBUQUERQUE ABSTRACT CO. Bstab. 1889. Incorp. 1897. Abstract, Certificate!, Eacrowa, Conveyancing. t!4 W. Gold Ave. Phone 10 Albuquerque, N. M. ALBUQUERQUE GREENHOUSES v ' ' 1 - O. BHAW. Prop. FLORISTS, BF.SlfiYF.RS AND BECORATORS 17tk Itreet and West Central Phone 4 No telling how soon the symptoms may develop Into croup, or worse. And then' when you're glnd you have a jar of Ml'iSTEKOLK at hand to givo l'iiiiiti.it sure jcuei. ii uuco urn uii- ;q ter. g Aa first aid and a certain remedy 0 there's nothing like Ml'STKHOI.K. j 0 Thousands of mothers know it. You should keep a Jar in the house. Q It la the remedy for adults, too. Vic- io llevcg Sor Throat, Bronchitis, Tons)- j O litis. Croup, Stiff Keck, Asthma, Keu- ig ralgla. Headache Congestion, Pleur-'r Isy, Hheumatism, Lumbago, Painaind io Achea of Hack or joints, Sprains, Horeo Muscle. Chilblain, Frosted Feet 0nd(O Colds of the Chest (it often prevents," Pneumonia). q At your druggist's lu 2ac and 50ojo Jars, and a special large hospital sitetO for I2.S0. jg Be sure you get the genuine MI'S- jS TKKOLK. Refuse Imitations getfo what you ask for. The Musterole'o Company. Cleveland, Ohio. 10 o !S io o o o o o a Try our Rent Columni on the Classified Page and eee how quick you rent v that vacant room or house JOURNAL COFFIELD DRT CXEANDTQ CO. We clean hate and plumes, men' ad women' clothes, rug, draper lea and curtains. Alio do dyeing. Promptness and rood work our motto, tit S. Ith St. Phone 107. : . COAL AND WOOD Lime, kindling and amtthlng coal. Large atock of beat fuel carried at all tlmea. Prompt deliveries. Phone 4 and I. J. S. Beaven. ELECTRIC FLASK SIGNS James J. Paly Company Outdoor Advertising 120 Went Central Ave. Phone 198. Sketches Furnished Free, C1IAIU.ES L. KEPPELEK & SON Makera of awnings, porch curtains, tonta and anything In canvas. Household goods bought and sold. Good line of new furniture. Sleep ing porches our specialty. Phone 887. .401 South First street. EI.ECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Nash Electric Supply Company. Electrical contractor and engi neers. Motora nnd generator. Everything electrical carried in tock. 606 West Central Axwnue. Phone No. J. ERWOOD BAKERY 122 S. Second arreet. French pas tery, cream puffs and the finest of cakea every day. Flgola Bread a ipeclalty. Phone 77. ntKIt BEWrNO MACIIINB AflKNCT. It ua dtmnnntrata the mn gnod ijualltie of tha Free during Machln. rtiaamachlna for tha diacrlmlnatlng hniHwlf. CHARLBS B. BOI.DT, Phone 441 111 W. Gold Ara. GEO. C SCHEER, FURNITURE 14-1 S. Second Street, "Odd Fel lows .building." Welter's Superb Stoves and Ranges. The .best medium-priced line. ' GENERAL REPAIRING" Tin and sheet metal works. Light and heavy repairing of all klnda. Satisfaction guaranteed. - Phone 94S. T. F. Reed, S15 Wert Cop per avenue. ' 1 JEWELER AND OPTICIAN . V4 West Central Avenae S. T. VANN New Mexico's Finest Art Jeweler. Jewelry and Watch Repairing. Diamond Setting. Manufacturing Confectioner Sehult & David Candy Co. Wholesale and retail chocolate bonbons, taffies, pan goods. Ice creamg and sherbets. 222 Weil Central avenue. Phone 70. NEW MEXICO MARKET F. Romero, Prop. Fresh and an.it meats. Game In season. We huj the highest priced beef, ' muttoh and pork. Fresh ovstera In sea son. Phone 7 lis. ii a. First Bt OPTICIAN . 110 South Second Street. O. G. BEBBEIt Everything Optical, Lens Grind ing Bone on the F remise. Work Guaranteed First Class in Kvery Respect. o O 0 O 0 0 0 ... 0 0 o 0 0 . 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 o 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 0 0 0 0 9 a 0 9 PIONEER BAKERY Eventhlng In the baking line that J i . . , ... . . i , . a goou, ano everyii..ng goon m g Is In the baking; line. Prompt de- 0 liveries and pleased customer our 0 logan. S. N. Balling, Prop. JOT S South First street. 3 ) ALL THE NEWS THAT'S TO PRINT ' In the MORNING JOURNAL 0 cents the month FIT BoooaooBooa.MooojQonat