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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
mlllSTV-KlXTII YKAIt I " IvSXV, No. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1915 Dully lijr Carrier or Mull, 60 a Monti", hlngta Copies, da Mllffl Hill 113 HE w " - W BE CANDID i FOR SUFFRAG ATE AGAIN E OF PEOPLE IN NEXT PRESIDENT AL CAMPAIGN TIRES OF WHITE HOUSE AND TAKES OCCASION TO SPEAK FRANKLY ON POLITICAL PROBLEMS OF COUNTRY Republicans Are One-third Progressive and Democrats Two Thirds, Which Makes Administration Party More Accept able to Independent Voters Who Really Control Country; Declares Business Has Been Freed Through Currency and Tariff Laws and Justifies Advocacy of Ship Purchase Bill (.'ohms from contact v. Mli you it ml v. jili I lie Mi um; niov, uu-nts i" public pinion in ill in conidiv. 'I li.it is the reason why I, fur one, Would prefer that out" thought-'' shayl,! not leu of ti M Cos tin' in r. Hi. Ii'it should center 1 lo iiisi l cs upon till' pollens a 1 1 1 1 du ths of tho I'riiti-U Slat s. if vr think of Ihi' I'nited States, when Itic time i onics o hiill Know how this (outi try can srn e the world. I will hi. now a very iutcrc.-liiiK phi use from a ilis UiiKuisued neiiih-muu if my uoti:iint niuv and ho-; thai ' on w ill ke, p ynur Moral io(Jir dry. tlHi-l.i-on' liai ik-IitI' In . "I hit I have iiiliii' In to on Jai K.-iih tlay. if thole ar - u 1 I i ans present 1 hope they will foil till' i olli 1 1 1 1 1 K inf liii'in'i's of mih'Ii a day. There a Inothins iniid about Andrew Jaikson; that is tlio ii'iiHiii 1 spoke of the I'oni pollinit influences of the day." An drew Jackson Mas a forthright man who believed fvcrytiiiiiK he did ! lieve in fighting earnest. Ami really, ladies and yclith men, in pudllo life that is tho only sort of man worth 'thinking iihoiit for a moment. it 1 whs not ready to 1 1 1 1 1 tor erythinR I believe in, I would think it my duty to K'i buck and take a buck feat. I like, therefore, to breathe the air of Jackson day. I like to he reminded of the old militant hows of democracy, which 1 believe have cimie to life attain in our time. Kepiihlieiins Maw iio New lilcii. "The Vnited Stales had alitit st fot Kottcn that it must keep its linhtinK ardor in In-half of mankind when Andiew Jackson became president; and you Will notice, that whenev er the I'nited Stales fnrB-t its ardor fori Hi im BRITISH REPLY HIKE REASONS i 10 PROTEST OF If 1 ADVANCES America now im AREiDEiiED BRYAN 'S Companies Ate Abundantly By Able to Pay Increased Wages Asked by Engineers, Firemen and Hostler s. Agi cement of Two ernments Full Text Is to Be Given Out Sunday After noon. Is Announcement, proof al the time of detention ol I ships and hnmh of time lcuucd for j t-xamiu.il ton. will ntccssitalc further JiiiRumcnt between tin- state depart fluent and the Ihitl.-h fntrlKii off tip ,' before a definite iindi rstuinlinir is j rcai lied Miiih i 1 1 pha s is is placid by the ' Polish khvi I nineiit oil the necessity I for eaiefnl search of all cargo, I hb h appear suspicious, i I uniilnsilon hiffieiill. Croat liritaia t.ppl ociules that tin' I'nited si.ms doi s not deny tin- ruht j to a belhuen nt to switch on the hlh i ki'hs, but it understood to have point -: i d out lli.it siie e this rule of interna- j lional law was set up the sue of v , s- ' :-ls h.is champ-d and iMiiniuiitiniis at i . . ... I sen i. inn. I t.e conducted w it ti a (jOV'-j "mi Ii faeilit as before. The Amell- II uov -. nmciit pointed out m it RAN WINTER STORMS ano floods HOLDING BAG IRRI ARIES v-1 ARBITRATION HEARING IS DRAWING TO END MUCH REMAINS TO BE DONE BY DIPLOMATS j Question of Earnings Is Fully j England Does Not Concede All Discussed by Expert Statis-I Conditions of United States! ,J tician for Unions; Watered Stock a Figure, Regarding Search, Detention note that in loucedinn the liiit of near, h. it lould not, without protest, pel mil th- Polish fleet to cuiM y neu tral ships to ports incielv mi suspi cion, that extended examination re submit eventually e,-n In the release of the r.,M Is liud an Injurious moral effect on American shippers and that , omp, nsat ion alone for ships detained or sciiied could Hot Induce exporter to ri.-k their caiK'ies, espe Ishable goods, to the lia.a situation. The I'rilish liovernineiit in, ,1 that it Is difficult Tpjlltlle merchant limr of the pi i lally per ;.! h of the !MV MORNlNt JOUHNKL PfCIAL It tlD WIHIJ ('hicuKo, Jan. K. The first Mute of the arbitration under the New lands i 111 win late i,,dav dent. The trouble with the r -publican , t of the watte demands of enninecrs. j eeipt f iho not, party is inai u nas nra nun a ne j sireiiicn and hostlers of iiinety-einht rnnpan Watinns. and Anvone s Defied to Prove Contrary, h,, a . i,iiti,-in: 1 am sncakim.- a f.., , , ', ,VKW" ' ' . .. , t.. ;. , , : '" '""''"'l "u,i Amerieuii IU,. Dnfnrn PnnnPflCC Movirn HaC 31110 Rlflht tft SPitm mankind u clenmi rat Ik elected pre: Her Affairs by Bloodshed That Is Being Exercised by Eu- historian. IY KODNlNa JOURNAL INCKL LIMIO IHI Indianapolis, Jan. S. l'residetit Wilson today voiced what a crowd of mote than 4,000 people, assembled here to hear him make a. Jackson Gay speech, interpreted as u hint that he miKht '"' " candidate for the presi dency aKuiu In J!M6. The people leap ed to their fi'i-t and cheered until the ircsiuiit himwlf raised his hand and called tor yuiet. The president had been discussing the Mexican question, and referred to his belief that he knew the tem perament mid principles of the American people nddinir that he would net be fit to stay when- hv was If he ,11,1 not understand tliein. "There may ome a time," lie went uii, "Hhcn I he American people will hiivc to JiiiIkc whether 1 know what 1 am talking about or not." Then, was a slinht pause and then the crowd, which included the mi'in Iters of the Indiana legislature, Jump ed and benaii shouting and clu-erinf,'. flealiziiiR the eonstuction which had bi-eo put u 4h avorint, tin-., ph-mucih held up hi:; band for silence and saiu. "I did not mean to stir up any lliiiiK. That wan merely preparatory J such men w ill not Kain an envluhle position for themselves, and mention j d Senators Kern and fhively of In diana as men whom he "did not have i to lie awake nihtn thinking about." 'lie continued that "if a man won't I play on a team, he must set off the jteam," and later spoke of himself as j"the captain of the democratic team i for the present." J he president spoke briefly ol Mex ico. He SHid the people there are en titled to liberty, "no mailer how Ions they take in determining it." Speak ing slowly und carefully, he declared that "so far US my influence Roes, while 1 am president, nobody shall interfere with them." He said that until the revolt against lii.tr., XO per cent of the will the e of it is oaiecled I have looked for newi. finished next week and then ideas in the records and I have not ; presentation of the railroad sid found any plot eeditiK from the re-i the case will bctjin. (piihlica:i ranks. They have had lead-! What, from the standpoint of the 'ers from time to time who suggested ! men, is regarded as om- of the most new ideas, but they never did any- J important pieces (f evidence present- lining iu carij it . in out. '"i'i"""-,i-ii since tne iioni'lng.s began morel there was no harm in their talking, j t hail a month aff'i. was presented to- i provided they could not do anything, i niiy ,v W j, LUUck, u statistician! ; Therefore, when it w as necessary to j ho completed four da s of testimony ;say that we have talked about things f tt highly technical mituic iloiig enough, which it was necessary , The testimony bore on the ability i to do, and the time had come to do,,f t lie railroad pay the im-roam-iti jthem, it was indispensihle that "asked by the men. I.aiick slated that1 Idemocrat .'litiild be eld ted president. , they were abundantly able to do so, j j lias ISfxiMM't for the Va-t. basins his statement on the vohimln-j j "I would not speak with disrespect I uUS array of figures from railroad re-i of the republican party. I al ays ' I!(,rt.s to tho Interstate Commerce I jspoak with great respect of the past. ; commission. IThe past was necessary to the present: : Itllr,u.,l- Able I,. ! i ii- :r aoaNiiia jousi "it h initio mm Visb!imtoii. Jan. S. - Secretary a lino, meed tile l e fiom ('.rent llrltain replying to tlie American i oniinunieii tion of Iiecember l. respectins t onimeri e. I The note, which is of about the same length as the Amerieuii ciiiii j miinicatlon, will be made public on ! Sunday afternoon by mutual agree jllKut be'WI-en the slate department I and (lie it itis.li foreign oftiee. That the incouclush e in will bad to i Hritish communli ation is' many respect and farther exchange of i notes was learned from liulbol native quarter. Although many eoneessions to neuti ,1 comiiu-rct' h:ive hi-en made by Knuland through embargoes on le exportation irietitly comitleted with Italy a ii 1 Holland, some of the points raised in the American note, such us I has ex to search sent day al sea. Paid for t'oppir Sciisl. Secifi.ally tirenl liritaiil elaims that it has paid for all copper seized and that i I rang, 'in, uts bale now been niude with Italy, Holland hikI the Scandinavian countries whereby le gitimate (argots of even contraband will not be unduly delayed, lllgor ous embargoes on re-exportation adopted by the neutrals of Kurope have made It possible for the Hritish government to promise much Im provement to American exporters of these products. As to food.n nf fs and conditional contraband. Creat Hi Ham has no ntioti ,.f 1'epu.dinlillK I.oid Salis- biirv's doeiriii,. that sin Ii i.odllets must be shown to be destined to an enemy fone, but will insist on careful examination of every case. Keimdies for many of the difficul ties which have arisen are daily being devised, i Jrcat llrltain has pointed out. and steps taken by the I'nited t ontliitird im I'mi Twu.) Russian Advance Through Bukowina and Carpathian Mountains Continues With out Hindrance, HIGH WATER CHECKS GERMANS IN POLAND ami Was a sore lieiliciion in.- m-. 1 i, ,l..l...,1 ,i,.., r..,.., i, .Mexicans m ver had u look j (llr, Th republii aii parly is still a :..,.,' .,,:. i , ,.., in as to what should be their gov- , ri.fll(. for ,- wn ,,.,. lirnl , her investment in ,'r"l"""t' (afraid, for those who want to eonsult i hj.p engines i.nd , ars, re ,,l Same for .Mexico. (their grandfathers about everything. I curves and grades, and the like, anil "Have not Kuropcan nations taken! You will notice that most of the ad-!H(il mve .",0,OOii,imiO lilt each year as long as they wanted and spilled as j vice taken by the republican party is,0 p.(y (h(, )1K,n f)iJ. t,H, lll0rlMt.,j much blood ns lin y pleased to settle taken from a yetitb nien old enough sha.(. (tl,.y have bad in heaping up their own uiians. he continued, to ue sruuuiau,. , s. nnu uw, enralngs. and f ( ;m enurgincv re- Offieial Reports From Press Bureaus of Belligerent European Nations I "and Bhiill w denv the same right! they ''kiini Jin Mexico? No. 1 say." place, they j Much of .Mr. Wilson's address was: the oldest i devoted to the independent and Pro-! They will has taken that a reaction rem t to the i.-. !,-. timi of J members of their party. ; not trust the youngsters. ' They an- afraid the youngsters may; have something up their sleeve. "You will see, therefore, that I hav He staled that good for all Un- tlie ratio railroads (I i.nliiiiiril mi l'ag Tno.) I pii.wng mat ,o. '''; gresiive voices. He said that about ., I am (rev to think I know the , ( f r(llmMk.an p1,,5. j;; Ainerieaii people. progressive and about two-lhirds of Attack Itepublu-nn I art). , ,,,,.,,, js )Ul,V,s,iv,. Previously the president W . 1-, .Thrpfr .. 1(,U1,,, ... ,,,,. U,ek,,l the r.-pubhean pal J; d -1. ml , fv nir(, pr.,,.fSive than ,e record of his dn...J o n ; ,,lli,11M.- the Mexican pol.ey. and the tan f . u d fl.M f ,,. ,.,., euireney ii.tesuo,,,, ...... "'' r the country are independent, bull a careful examination of th, r . -!,hllt u was , ali,mn lo have the..,! tram the eb-ctlcn.s last No . r 1. ((.110(.nits slloko, .hawed that if it had be,,, a pre, id. n- animated conscrva- tiiil year a democrat would have hadl,, ( a majority of about eighty in the eb e- ;i.Mi(l.(l (.)((.c . The president cri.ici.ed republican! He erring to he -.inooe,,,, war he. Senater. oPP!,ig the government President said that the people of he 1 . ,.i lulled States shou d not niv tool ''as''" 'if-.v.'-d frit-mlH ofi".uei, attention to it. but should get I m.) The MOming . POSt'S ! business:" He said n-piibhean I thei rnrrfiSnOnrifint S9VS! I has not had u new a in tint- , ,' , , . ,; ' 1 i ''Piimann ic mnhi mnn i I I V, 1 1 1 U 1 1 1 CI to ll,VUfltl,,,v' Rumanians Are 3Iobilizing to Fight Austria serve fund, would hold i involved. j (in this basis it was calculated i roughly that all th- railroads involv jed are earning $ 1 uo.f u.tiiMi a year on increased efficiency of ciuipmcnt, road ibid, grades and labor. Accepting; the j rough estimate of the- railroad man 'itgelH that the advances Would cost ; them $::il,O0ii,HMi, I,aiick ligured that ! the advance could be met anil a hand some margin left for the emergency fund. Y MOttNINO JOURNAL SPtCUU LEASED WIMC) LONDON, JAN. 9 (2:39 a. 1'iirty ty years, and that "the republic do nut know how to do anything Fit on the- lid.''- He added that country wants the ship purchase marled into law and "will have il Wains l!is Own 1'url.v. a u :,i-iiniL-' to (leniocratM not break up the solidarity of the demo- i eratie parly, was given gravely by I Mr. Wilson. He declared that any; his address with prayer that the time I 750,000 men, of which num-: ber half a million form to de- r..Tiii;u i oiti ;i ast. 1 ..... i l- . V.,e Mm. I n asn.iigl.on, Jan. o. - ) leu: Fair south, local snows north t Saturday; Sunday fair. 'j . " ! i ""l 1 ans but , Hi, 'might come when Hie United Slates hill -could be insi riimeiil il in restoring ' ! peace. i r.usiness conditions wen- taken up briefly, lie characterized tali; al busi ness depression as a "stab- of mind" arid said that the democratic party had already done much to free busi ness i-ml that lis program was not Whenever the country! something beside talk, i GREECE ABOUT READY TO turns to the deinoeratie The president advocated th" estab- j lishnif.it of a great federal employ-j merit bureau, said some means should j yet complete. I really wants S he added, "it I, party." Intimate Too Large. ' As a matter of fact, Warren S. tone, head of the I h ot berhoi.il of l.o- ! eomotive lCngineer.s, contends that $,'!, 'HOI, (I0 is too large all estimate. "It is too large for the reason that sonic- of the adances we ask art-; punitive designed to make the rail-1 loads work more men ami save the I men from the lua II h-w reeking hour:'-! they have to work," Stone explained! to a reporter. ! He said that be had never attempt- I I... t.. culclili.le i. tin. I e Mil:. I t he ac- inCjtual cost to the railroads would lie. -. . . ' ... TjiUi !; Til.i'vd hi rv Men'-" an hp field army, numania win:prnxi,.,un0n ..ir . cost. .m...i.Ki ' iSlotie said that the Increases ask-, I d in,. I ..,,,,,, I,. , et I :, lleb lili - I -t pl 1 1 led j il red that this percentage would cost ;eighty-on railroads J 1 11,4 1 J.tnin, or 1 . It 4 per cf-nt of their operatinsT reve j n tie; l.dll jier c'-nt of their operating expenses, or 2. liO-.l per cent of their aggregate surplus. (Yoss-c. iiminiil ion by sliis lian. James M. Shcelian, attorney for the l SIKI A. icnita, .Ian. t (till Aiii'letdaoi (o I ondoii, 2:-t u. in.) Tho following oftie'til coinmiinii atit.u wan Issut-l here Im, igbl: - . The situation Is un. haiig'eil. An Ut tack by strong Uus.sl.in forces acrosj Hie heixhts east of ( '.el emelia was re pulsed by our counter-attack. Wo ruptured tint prisoners and three ma chine guns. In tlie southern theater a N. niaii night atta, k on our advanced post mar Atonl, completely failed. An official statement on the progress ,,f tlie war was given out to day as follows; "111 th-- I "hi paililan forest lauds and in the southern part of the cruwn land of lliikowina, regard for the safety of our advance troops obliged us to fall ba. k on the principal moun tain passes before an enemy numer ically Mip- i t..i- to ourselves. "Un tin- Hiinuarian-lialiciun front everylliiiu is iii,t. In the higher dislrieis then- is some frost and snow . "(in the Itoiiaice river and in ilus f.iali I'olainl, I here have lu re and Ho le be-n some artillery exchanges." f, i ifANt i:. I'., ns, .Ian. H tin:.'!.'! p. in. t The llowing official i, mi in u n iii t inn was ! strike even should Italy icide not to enter the war. DECLARE WAR ON TURKEY j The Day in Congress WCl'i' min- res- be found for iiiicketiing and cheapen ing the processes of the courts, and spoke of the necessity of congress passing the administration conserva tion bills. Cheering and handclapping inter riiiiicit the iireslilent at intervals und he had trouble in making his a olce ! rrpasinfllv sKvvn:. Met u;. noon. Hearings before committee resumed on the I'hilinpiues and eral lur.i leasing bills. Senator Cummins Introduced a (ilution callhijir for information ol what the I'niteil States intends to do -th the customs and other taxes col lected at Vera Cruz. Si-iuitor ! bitcher introduced a new rural credits bill, to put such a. system ( pr,.Hidi at IHnler the federal l esi rve board, i Joseph I-:. Mdl of Indiaiiapolis, who t-'cnntiip Walsh's resolutiiill calling j w confined to his bed by sickness, for- diplomatic crrchpondi-liee on de-jlul( .,t,-r altcieb d a reel ption ylvrn b illion of American copper i.hipmenls ; p.. ibe Indiana, liemocatic cluli, i nMnnw i am q n-n a ' ' " i railroads, m.i The Dailv TeleciraDh'si'iucstions niaintaliied a cross lire of throughout the day, hut Athens correspondent reports -ed for next Monday. His (pu-siions to il . a . r i. .. i uay nrougnt an admission iroui i.uncu Ulctl UiC Ultv-rv yuvfci cm IO i lt,:(t ln calculating gross ! gravely concerned over the in- Incomes the jsamo dollar tigures. in certain iti- staiices. In the eai nings of a given rail- Strained GraeC0-l"i'l nd again in the income of any o il the neolile ill tile back of t tic i ! oilier railroad OWIIIIIU stock 111 H'M- hall. He was introduced by (lovcrnor ! Turkish relations. The Greek; on,- first mentioned. He claimed thai Italston of Indiana, as one of the lvl,tLi;nnmoT: nnr nnc-l llir ronri 'lhLs Wi,H ol'IH''1 l,y enormous w ea II h ligures of the world, und then an ae- UipiOmailC dliU CUlliUldl ItprC'n,, coa Hlul timber land of certain sentatives in Turkey, the cor- tress sang, "We Take (Mil' Hats ol f to You, Mr. ilson. Immediately after his spec lit to the home of ; lines, but w hich are given merely ! nominal valuations in reports lo the resnondent savs. are receivinaM"t"rstate comm. ice commissi,,.. Major . ' i i "Timber la mis ai' 'In- way from foi-llatid lo San Francisco an- owned by the Southern Pacific and ale not being developed, they ale simply be- h.tld lo inc liortli ol hoissons we have (Jeiliian ledoubt, taking ; two successive lines of tre.n In s und reaching Ibe third line. Three conn-tor-attacks by Ibe (.'ciniaiis tailed. "In tin- Argonne a very violent ; Herman attack on the summit of the heights of the Chevaucliee was made. I We wele al first forced to retire one j kilometer (about two-thinls of u 'mild at this front hut later made counter-attacks and r.--oc ujiied our ; positions." ; Th- extend,, I Kiciirh official re ! port niv" -i out in I'an.-i this afternoon ', shows tic- customary artillery activity all aloiin th, line from tin- sea to Al sace and s.ins that the i-'tencli kuiih are gaining 1 In- advantage. The l-'l'em b claim some infantry a-l vmiici-s. Near Klielms ih- v moved forward I'Ou .vanls ani elsewhere filly. At anoth er point they retired fifty jal'ils. Jte Icrring to the situation in Alsace the l-'reiM.-li report claims la oiaiilo d'-vel-,'li.ni'nts, intolerant shadowed treatment, being, by the police and i lit SSI . "We laptured a lame iuantily of war booty. Tlie cannon made a Vast pile, u;th their trucks and caissons, etc. We captured the officer ill curi rortml ,,f ,he Turkish i.rtllb-ry. tHhet prisoners included several doy.cn oili cent and we captured hIho a largo numbrr of soldiers. Wc buried moro than l,.",(ir bodies of the cne'nj'is (ro,,iM. A detachment of Sibe.iun Cossacks delivered u brilliant (haig.j. These men sabred aevcral companieti of the c-IK-niy and captured the flag; of i the Kightli infantry regiment. "It has been established that the ninth ottoman army corps, oO.lillO men strong, lias been completely de stroyed; these detachments were completely annihilated ut Sari Kum-yah. ue look possession or all the ar tillery of this corps, all the generals, mole Hum :ilm officers, several tlioua and Askaris IrilKsmeii who composed the rewepves of this corps. "We still continue to pick up enor mous (ii, million of arms and other trophies thrown down In heaps la the mountains, in the lorests and In the ravines, und enured up with snow. "(ttir ciuigelic pursuit in what is left of the lenlh army corps of Hue i in my is constantly augmenting our trophies ( f war. It is at the present lime difficult to give any valuation of the boolv We have taken," .i:i:mxv. j lierlin. Jan. H I by wireless to Lon don, ;i;;iu p. in. i 1 ii the official slaleiueiil Issued at lierlin today the let inaiis iiunoum e that they have made further gains in the Argonne torest, in 1-ranee, und that attempts o,' the French to advance in tlie vicin ity of 1; Itti him and in Ibe Yus--mo I nla. ns have been repulsed. Th s;a!e,,. i. adds that fighting- is still in progress for the Alsatian village of ( i her b ti i n h a u pt . In Itussiaii Colon, 1, where unfavor able weather is inierfenng with mili tary operations, the Ceiiuaiis repel t the i apt lire of l.tilto prisoners. The text of the i ouiiimnicat imi follows "In (he western Ih.aler of the war, the continuous rains swamp the ground in l-lan-icis mote und nunc and our operations in . very much hindered. "To the east of Kl.. attempted during the oiseipiein e are ms the French night to lake il. li.i.-s-d, 'ol.l, ,,,,, 'd 'n, mi, i,. Adopted He ib-,,1,, mniieral ion appiopnatli n I i holllt lollS of I .Mrs. Thomas ol Dstrnt bill. .sorrow a1 S. Alai'lin. Wile u glic, 1ij S Hun f lb senior m n.ilor from i: i. til, Ii Later II:- in 'gart. -v a. in laslcl l'i he look , lb, aubo mil al 0. ilgloll. The l'i all 1 ale oblb hour and a half, aboiii lndiaiiaio- of Thoni is Tag- lock d. pal led lol spies, and tne protests ny we;1''" d al III ill. lo Itoo Ibe pi. ideiibi l!i l.-h illclll's s ,-pci "I I I laic I. I ,.m:. no ,11 , Hill l in. d r.. I.. IliV.l.ll'oil I b.,11! I. HOW I III if ,Ni III , ie,-l. i il VI tt i I. ' III!' ,1, p I til pcii II I I . I i 1 1 n . , alld I ,, I I l , Iti, I, , I III): c, 1,1.1. d lb I I .1, I I I l,..'. ,1 b.ll !i:.,l J Greek minister are ignored. ITALY ALSO FACES ! WAR WITH AUSTRIA r -it I MILAN (via London, Jan, 9, ) 3 :0 7 a, ni.) The Secolo as serts that Count Leopold von Bci(.lil(jlil, Aii.sli'ian nm of fui'cujn affairs, lias it note lo Italy )iutt::;Jiiuj atjanil IIil' Italian oia iijj.itiiiii ,( Av 'Itiaa, Alhania. ii ui un tulaey ! tiHiiilill), ItalUill iin:Jt:r ut ! It.di liiii .ill.iii ... lub : i.l a iiiiii Slinjdy ! VViirreii ti. Ft, I t !n- na n, t a id II iliilsl ba.c pact in, Inc I till'-. !'"( I ",'o, till i. I II 1 1 . .- itnt-lv look l a o ! 'I be .- ,,l l.. I - .1111 I IIP el 1 look S" Ol I il Is i'-l ' II -wl valu,-.-, Oil l.ao.C. w bo I i p id Im i ii d, tr it a i i in i ii 1 1 ,i i oil 1. Ii.- Wi I ,1 Ibii r I, , III, Id Ibe .1,-1, I , .-Clll,-, Cacitl' lala at -d : i.l lav i il ail, d I ic ivtr,, fiom ibe ,-ti i-ian ulna in il lie ben ton ii.'. "'I be ') in k.- n I, eve tb-' .. al mi i oi ,,. . p -II;,' .,11. ll, ,11 - vlron, n si.-ilcmcnl Ibe lllls- le pub- ban I- ,oi I lo ba ill old Of 111, ') r o Ii' b I I I'll. ,11 .III,' ol 'lo II tin- i e 11,1 r t, one of on,- outer I t en, -In s, but were driven iiack oji tli-lr own position, by il , on id . i -a 1 1 ,o k , Ios.iuk liliy pi in oners. ' I ii tin , out. i and in Iio- c.i.--i em part ol lb. Algol, tie w, n,., 'c lutilier jooyt, ss. "A dual alia .-k I', I un: I pf, ' 'I.,', I lo U I , t . I I 'I I: OKI po ' -lll of Was alia, k. j;i nob -nd. i . o ol In . p, i -an Ml lot,- .1 i, ui. -, i- I I ! ' i' I , IM II c I'-aibeu-cli. III till- llepclll-d il lo lb, I hi ok, .ue V,i lb all I'm I.i i-1 1 i 1 ' la i loo I, Sapping and Mining Operations Arc Chief Features of Strug gle in Belgium, France and Alsace, lt OMIH JOURNAL IC.L LIAtlC, l London, Jan. N (10:30 p. m. -Tlie winter storms and flood whllo they have put an end to military opera tloiiH on a large scale, have not been abb, to prevent the armies in the east ami west from pursuing the offensive! at Isolated points iiIoiih Hid two ex tended fronts. In the snow covered hills of tho t'aitcastiM the hardy Siberians nr searching out the routed Turks who alp reported to be siirrenderlna Uv thousands, while in rianderH, nhiclv is virtually all under water, the al lies assert that they have found it possible to make Dome headway. only in Poland, where Field Mur-i-hul von HiiulenburgH offenaive Is held up on tin, bunks of the rlvcru which flow between him and War saw, and in OhIIcIii, whero the IIuh .sians have been compelled to call a halt In their advance, does there seem to be an almost entire lull In tho lighting. Advances and Itctrcats. Tin, ItusslaiiH continue their for ward movement In (he Carpathian and in ilukowina, while in France, Infantry attadis hae been made at many points, followed by artillery en gagements, supping und mining oper ations. The French have advanced a lew yurds in the vicinity of lUirimit, but were compelled to give around in the Argonne an a result of th Her mans having mined some of their llrst line trenches. With tlie reports of pronres by tho French in Alsare, where they are he iriK strenuously opposed by the Ger mans, tho names of some Herman. Places are hcKinnina- to appear in tho official ciinimuiiieatioiiH which Would Indicate that the udvance, allhotllill slow Is holme continued. Viscount llaldaue, the Hritish lord lilnh chancellor. In the house of lords, today made the IriterestliiK Hnnouiice iiient that Hritish experts were busy prodiicinir a satisfactory equivalent to the Herman 4;'-ceiitiilie ler Run which did such execution axalnst the llcl Klati fortresses at the heftinninH of the war und that recruitliiK was bij satisfactory that necessity had not arisen for conscription. The chancel lor would not disclose the slrenuthoC the Hritish army, but military experts estimate that it cannot be less than J.OtMl.litni men, coiiiitlna the rcKlilarn. reservisls, the let riiorlals and Lord Kitchener's new army. ( anlliial Alcrcler' Miilut. The reported arrest of Curdmal M'-r"!'-r, pr'msle.of llelltmi, enntin nes to attract widesiread attenllon. The (iermaiis explain thHt ho has not been urreMled but that ,he wa re ipiesled to refrain from IneltiiiK the populace of HelKiuni. Th,. Dtitcli newspaper which llrst published the report of the cardinal's arrest insists, however, on the correstness of 1H correspondent's statement and ssya that even now Cnrdiiiul Mercler Is not permitted to leave .Valines. From Purls comes a report that Itnmiinlu and Italy have reached all agreement lo enter the war simultaneously. piti;MM. ki:iso HOI. Ill Mi or vi;i,l4 Ceibtl, Jan. X I by wireless lo Lon don, i. l.'. p. in. 1 'oinpai'uliv e tiib t pr.-v iils in the vicinity of the Aus tiian fortress of Przemysl, uceordlii(t lo rciorts received here from Vienna, the attempts of the ltUHMialis to re new the offensive bavins' proved Iim clfccllve. Tin- Karrison, these reports say, makes regular sorties ciipturlni,' pris oners ami takiiij; war material. V'h"tl Ibe vvealb, r pcriuits communication by a--rnplaue is made with Civ.ein.ysl, Sevcial of the ( 'al iiallilun rivers Uilvtt ovcilloH. il lb, it banks Mild 111,, con dition ol III- lalai to that lesion is ,i bad ii,-l lollllaii ooel atlopM lire l,l-po.-,.-ib. (illlllllKF. ANN0UN0F.S MCXICAN DONI) ISSDC i. 1 1 Vi.HH.Ntt Jt.i . a o I II , . b..ol, (Oil, '- , e III III II 'ClI I - II i, I '. i. allion dolial "i d l loc I.- a ,1-1- no i'l.id i-oa I - ed lo lom ttr.lt , Id I'a o. I dial .. v oi l b ' , , i il - i e II n: l-l " il 1, I i, b j, di I ' I I I. I ,1: d i - 1 1 ri, if u; j. ,, 1 1 mill ..