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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL', SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14. 1915. CHANCE TO GET IS E Department 'of Labor Issues First Bulletin Under Gov ernment Employment Bu reau Scheme Just Started, I'll fust bulb tin of available op portunities" in be Issued l.y the ,le- 'j. r I mi it( nf labor of Ihe toiled Hlttea Km I nmeiit III lioonrdaaoe with tha !! ntly Inaugurated .l . n to bring the job n ihi' man I u ) r unit reduce n tn'iTs ilo iiient, has been received nnd In a most Interesting dm lunont. Kor Hip roost part the positions offered lire fur tii'iu labor, hut opportunities fur dome-lie sort-mis and wuuld-he setth-r me (linn ?(. 'i'hw bulletin lf U- follow. I !n ili il information concerning the following applications fur help may; I c Seemed, free nf charge, upon ap plication to distribution branch, 1', H. iiiiitiigrntion wrilrf, Aii.uiiic riue, N. M. Key to abbreviations need; PI.AW Prce hoard. Induing and washing. I'M Per month. 11 Per rt y. HAY I. - Pree hoard mil lin!ii,ntr JI'IFitM I nfurnlshed house, eiitrt-n, milk and ikii for fuel. KH Knglisli speaking. Kn :ici li in cil, Tr Ti 11 nMimrl fi ll. in. 1 kansas -Mississippi rminly. 870-1 '7i.i. dm' married, mini, Irurk until flower gnrih n work'. Heltrinn prefer-I n il. l- rcni h. Italian nr lunc h. Kxp. j Small 1 hlhlrcn urn objectionable. Tr j advanced, il, "looted, 11111I limy refund. M.111 In fit n-h.-ilf imps, owner In furnish rvi rlhlni'. Vi lli advance liim some money- until crops ni l- marketed inf work fur wife If desired. At our.'. In hours I'll, permanent. ii lvv,iir- Ki HI County. diO-2111. fine niiin, single, giiii-nit farm work, Herman between .Ti unit lin, Pnglish mi I'waM', mher IN Iico pt.ihle. Kip, Tr hi! vii 11: i-il, lUiliu'ii il, refunded af li r one i nr. t'i I'M winter nml $1.1 I'M MiMiin r. I Mmi 1I1 I tn I ic ember I I WJtW. Wanted bv Pclirnurv 1.1. Hi hum's pp. Purmmoiit If Mtisfai liny. I :.-.t ri 1 .f Columbia Wishiiictnii. '" -., i. 1 1 inn 111 in- ftiy 1111c 111:1 I I led Infill Niillln M I vitopcllll, I-:.". Ip. I in- ; i hiiilii n pi miiliii-il. Tr llilt:ince lllli) dcilili IimI. j ", 11 in J.i;, I'M year round I M il-'A-M, vegetables furnished In Hi-ii nf garden if desired. Home work fur wife If fpni llf I11I. Al mice. I'uniil farm hmii'M, (( inrd fur MilillHiiiuil In for iiii.l Inn. ) llhnow t'lmmpiilKii Cimnly. T1. 4H0, in ulintln riinn. I'.imii farm, ilr-rman nnly imd h.H. K with hiirom. No Tr. t.M I'M Kiiiiinn-r lilJt-W 1 March 15 to H-pt-iiili-r I ) Hy Fcb rtniry ifl, huiiiK I'll more nr i-hh. It mntifiit. ( luiiliin In v.inier fur JifrW. otlii't- nrk nt II I'H. 'hnmpulin ("iinnly, (.in-ni'M'i. One flrirlp mini, (train f.niii, lliitli (ler mnii . I l'iutf!iliim, l'i witii luirinis. Tr h'Ivhik-m! .li tin, 11 I mil 1 , r ,,,i,i..,i iJ.1 I'M HIIW fn.in April I At mice. IViial hinim. lilliiiiln--.Mimiiii (:!!iily. K T0-&7 T . inic rnariUil muii. nun fa 111 uml n. nil ilair, fun in Iimi ciibm. (ii rnmn prrt.-ir.il, Kiiuwi Uii i.f Krmlinh nnl liiTi-wMiy. uihi'f l:s, in-.ii, Tr. nl vain f.1, id ilin li il, imt 1 cfiinil.-il, i'i'i V. M. jiar round, f li : I .M M. Will n!.i ixticn twi. imi!V if tiny luiv them. Will. in In-lp milk, i-.-.a nl $1! V M. I'v Mnnli I, III In ! I14 hi it. IVrmii- i. f nt. (Sri' caril Inr nitilil'.oniil iii tailm. Indiana Mnrenn ennnty. S 7 0 -5 7 7 I . Two men, I Hiitlii nd I iiiatrliil. 1 1 1 1 liiiiniiiK. n t 1. iIII.it, I inn if. Ii pii f. mil, iiiin r i:s Kxp. Tr. : d- ii. iiic.-il, ili-itin li il mi l rcf uiiili'il In Kiinil ii.fii. 2f. I. M. tn ndrt, $ Tto I'. M. mrciii) II mu my, ycr iiiund. $10 4U i: M. i:x. yen- miiinl. IH!FM. Kiimc vrnrk fr wife at rhhiI wint-ii. HiliUl. Hum ll'O In $L'fi P n nd. PI. : W. Kxp. l.'a to Itl.rtW , Anv time. 4 a. in, in il iiiv. Pi rnialii nt. Henry ennnty ti7(-,".77l. led man. Ceneral v..uk d airy liirin, ii in l'i i ovvs. , M. yen Jill P. M. lo li p. III. ( hie in.-ir-1 on miiiill HucdHh or P.mlsli, other F1S I tic. Kmi. No chllillcu HOOil With Cil-- Tr, advanced, ile-liictcd, refunded nl'ter 1 year's sit-l-lfili tnlV service. $7 per week .n win t,r, tin P M, April tn Pcieinlier I, linl'iil (wood tor Ici'li. Nut nine i uoik tor n-tf... After January 11. Ten In. ins per day. P I 'i ter low a Plymouth i Hie siiii-lc man. I.ii in. 1' or 1 i ow No Ti. $10 p, M i-rmaueni If satn county, 1(7(1.4114 Ti in i( and stock i id rem, KS Cxp. winter, $.13 P. M. Hummer p. iv March i 'a or before Kt h- niiitiicr. I.I.A-W . 1 tu Pecemher I I nary In. per year I'mial tmurs Will pny $3sii (See ( aid for other tle- I a 1 1 -. I . Micjiiw in Kent ininitv, R07 fi772. On., ml nu ! limn- liiiu-ral Work on clam und stoi ; f.uin, 1 to il cow.c Mvcilii 'i ,i weK'iin, Pi,ni-h, (ii-rmnii r Ln jiish. l'p II ponsible: Nn Tr. 3-l !' M April I to November 1, I'd. A-W. Mi-lvvecn March l'ii and April I I 'i lioum per day, Pi iin in-nt if Kiitln. I.ii t.il v. Mi 1' .'.'if. i hiKitn - Wisliteiiaw co'iniv, 870 iinesiiuii,. man. Cencr.il work oil rti k 1 .1 rin. t tn ,1 cos, horses "o i a I e lor. Aiiiirii.in. I man, P.el- man, or i i( nd ,t i lliil;,nilcr, r.nlih or other l'.. i mi. in sn' iKinw, Hmiie Kxi. Tr. meed on proper sienritv, deduct nl may reiuiul. 1 1 P. M. fur I d unii band liter M irch 1 ,". Work for I'.Al. up to that time. s lo till P. At. f..r Kip man up In Mutch 1.1 an I f: P. l from thai date In Nn-iiii'--'.- 1.1. I'.IA-W. Come anv tunc Teie li,-iiii. pel il.iv la s'luiiner and i bores. l'i i nunieiii If satisfactory. M un, eh, .la-- Mower county. t70 f, 77 V One Music man, sioclt atll urn I it farm. .' lo .1 i ov). lerm.in. know leili-e i. l-jmhhli not m-cesMiry, iiiiu-r I.S, Some Pip. with horse.-t. Tr not iu'Viiiiml 1 1 I,. I:0 P. M Willie;- ilH mlT In May I) f;fl.l:i P I. May 1 in liecnilur 1, liUW, Conn- n t-ine In l-'ci.ruiiry, I'sual farm lumri. I'l-i nuiiii nt, llotixt.in coniilv vrn.'.TsO. One Mntiie lo in. Kenernl tarui work, 3 t 1 i-ows. Ktn1ntiliin or (Icrnvm hliiMking. of I-'-ukIHi, Must drive oiiHi.' horses Tr. uilvaried. lefun.l eil If at 'vs lo pi-eeni'i. r IS, $1 P. M. wilder. I.'l !' M. SMiiimer (March li ,o peieinber 14 suiimier oayl. Himn fvs possible. I'sc.il hours Permanent. Minnesota Mower County. H70 S77J. (me sincle nii.n tleiural furu. wnik, stock and d.mv, cows. Any white pel-son. Kntrbhli not necessiiiv. linen. Tr depends on distance. Would deduct, It fund, depends upon man. SKI to $11 PM, peceii,l.. r I lo April 1, iL'O-rS PM Aril to Pecemher. lllW. nn or before f'cbiiiary Jit. 10 hours l'p more or l ss. permanent to riisht tnnn. No cis.irette smoker or one who drinks accepted. Sent I Coiinty S70-5K11. Two men tn summer if single, one If married. Oen- rial fujin work, some inmiug. uer- 0 AT AN VERYBOD miin nr nthrr (t:f If not tlrman Kxp. Will take married man If worn- nn will n.llk. No chllilrcn oldpr ihn ft jfurn. Milit adviim Tr "tn nmrrlcd timn but nnt nycr f'0" mli, deducted C PM wlnlfr. $Sn-S:i I'M minmfr, HiFM. 110 I'M for wifi. $1 I'M winter nml 130 I'M mimmcr. Iit-W for pini-l miin. fiimrm-r pay Ix-itin Miircli I, Hy l-'cliriiiiry 1.1, 11 to II lionm pp. I'rrmiiiitnt. l'ciirnylyaiil(i Siiiniii linnna ('nun ly. 7 m- S. oiu? marrii'il mnn. Farm work, 'icrmnn, pohiih, i:nNlnn, other V.H. f'vp liri 'fi-rrfil. No Tr 2 I'M up Mi'CordiiiK to Bliihty, llilFAM. Hump work for wife hi extra pay. Will Ink niriKlo man If married lint (tvniln lili nf IIS-2II I'M. t'liiiin any llmr up ,11 May I. 11 hours I'll. Perm. mif.nl If mitlufncmry. Miin 15 lo 40 jcnin old. lmonnln Poor f'oiimy. K T -. 7 tt 1 . (Applicant livc In -lii inn, ) One married mnn Cure und ciillivHlion of on hard, carr fur team, etc. Ilolland-r-r. Hcriiian or llclKlan, iiiiml Kpcak and wilif f'Tne ll.-li. I.xp. Tr not ml. yuiiccd. 1 1 11 I'M year round, IHIAKl and pcrmlNMion lo keep row and pIK. No work for wife. Not Inter than April IS. I'miiil hour". I'et imiiifnt If miliwfartuly (Irani County, d .(I-T079. Out- mnn, (.Iniile pieferreil. hul will tako mar ried, (Icin-ral farm work, h r"W. IrlHh or Herman nr nlher KS Kxp. Tr advfinced from ('hlciiKn, ilediu ted. $1.1 lo $.111 I'M fur married man. $1.'. H0 HI. AW for oiiiKlc man. In hniirri PI 1. I'eriiinrient. $ I " I'M fur Kfl-ru-nry, $.'11 Manh. $M April nnd $30 In-Kinnlnit l.iy I. iliatil l unrity. kTO-fi773. me niar rii'd mnn. Him k farm. to 1.1 cown. i)frmnn, Irlnh (Hwni or American. None but white. Kxp. 1 or 8 children permitted Tr niKnm i d, dedtn-li-d, re funded If nlaVK 3 yenrK J l I'M win ter, $.1a I'M Hummer. IPiKfVM M'lfe enn help to milk Hv Mar. h 1. I'mial hiiiirn. I'ci iiianeiit. Watilsi man li write him lii-fme CnmliiK. (Mlur limn larni I 11 borer. ( iometlc. ) Pintrli-l of i'ounibla 'iVin-hinnlon. M7-IDI. One HiliKle wonmn or widow with one i-hlld. (leneral hniiMework. ProleHtanf, No work for hunlmnil. $12 I'M riMnn nnd bniiril. Tr uilv from New York, deducted l'i rtna nenl. II to H liourn pp. ( ippnrtnnlty to attend eveiilnic Hcliooln Texan Han Halm. Sfi7-M. One ' n 1 11 K In woman or widow. fieneral j bonewoik. Herman IKI PM, HU I Tr. paid. Permanent If H.itlKfartory. I one with itoinl ediicnllon Wanted. I Wlm-onKin lirei n County. KA 7 I 3 S. j One hiiikIc woman fur K''in ra hoiine I work. I'.H f.r Ci-rman. CiTiployim-nl I round fin- husband if niiiriied, $:t r. 1 to $4 per W eek, IU I.. Tr nfll ll in fd from Iik'i.kh and deducted Pi'lin aneiit. in hoiun to I lioum PP. I Hell III H ) Tct.'ia - Pee County. Sii r,0. Ijmd for mi lo at $10 to $:i."i per acre, 1-4 ciitih. h.ilancw I011K time. Partly culti vated. Corn, cotton, mirichum, kalfir corn, et'. llbn k nml i horolate mindy loam. Near Alice. Jim WpIIk cniinlv. j Tex. Irrigation not neceKMary. - (Jood trniiHiiiirtalion fai llltle, Any na tlonalily. JAPANESE DIPLOMAT IS ABLE NAVAL OFFICER (Aawlaled l'rr rarrMpnaoVaee.) Tnklo, Jan. IS. Commander Klchl saburn Nomura, Is one of the ablest officer In the Japanese navy. His naval career licunn In 1HIS when he entered the naml cuieta' achonl nt LlaJ'nnu. He wan pDmiiited to lieu tenant in 1903 nnd look an active part In the Itussn-Jiipunese war, ut the close of which he was appointed In structor of the naval cadets' school arid liilc" made staff officer at the Yokosuk.i navnl station. He served as tiiivnl utile he at Vienna and llerlln where ht became prnficlent In the (liM nian IiinRitase, ami recenlly served us adjutant uml also nn Confidential secretary to two ministers, Admiral Union Hallo und Admiral Y'ashiio, the present liciul of the navy. After the fall of Tslni;tau fortress. Commander Nomura wan ordered there on npecal Inspection about the same time that lie wan Ka'ctted for Ihe punt i.t Washington. In the past f.-w yfar lie has been the medium of oniiiiunli at ion between Ihe navy ileparimi nt and the press, especially the foreign press. He is genial and speaks nngllsh well. EXPERT POINTS OUT MESS IN S S Decks of Vessels Too Easily Penetrated by Shells, Says Writer, and Cites North So Battle, ( ..HMiulril Pres. ( urr.MtmIrnrf . Iiondon. l'Yh. 3. -The inujorpy ol (he hits made by the battle cruisers In the North sea battle of January 2 struck upon the decks of the ships. The naval nil respondent of Ihe I'.lolic, it. tils, ussinn this battle which was ".,'nsiii nt long rni;e with the shell iviichlntr Ihe height of (nunc throe miles tn the curve of their project nn, sa) U shows a weakness of modern taitlc'ihip construct inn lh.it the dc. ks Wt r sii easily p -m trated. The decks, he snys, nre the weakest and nest vulnerable of all the above-watel pans of the up lo date warships, AinKncr lesson be diaws from this tattle .s Hint the ship fighting end-on Is more likely to be hit than the one Pgniin n road hi ile tn the en.-iny. It has been generally believed," he sa. "that a ship rgbting end-on stands the smallest chance of helm: hit, hut that is no longer the case The science of RUiinerv has been hrought to auch a standard that It is difficult for r. compel, nt m m tn aim off the proper line of file. That Is, he may be de pended i0 send his shells in the right dire. ti. in. Xtlssen are mostly ma (Jo by the shell falling short or 'tunning ever the target; itn,i it ia therefore obvious that the limner the target Is, not at rlcht angle lo, hut parclld with, ihe flight of Ihe shell, the greater will he the chance of hltlintr. The etfective target presented by a lattleslilp end-on tn really nun h gr'-ater than when she is broadside on, besides. In the former position, lesinr whatever protection might t Bffoided by her vertical ilda armor." IDERNISRIP NEGRO WITNESS E Says Statements Made on the Stand, When Police Lieu tenant Was on Trial, false, Were ntr HoNixa mu.Ni. ip.ci.i. 1. .tea wia.l Philudelpbi,,. I-Vh. 13. John II JolinKton, n Nw York lawyer, Halt! here tonlKbt that James Murshiill. the ni'Krn who v'M a witni-x In the cme of Charles Ilecker, Under en tepee of dentil r the inurd.-r nf Her innn loniitbal In New York, hail imi-d a miitement toniKhi in ilm form of nn affidavit to the effect that he my-re fal.scly at Ilm second trial of Pecker. M'heri nuked w hi t her lie ntt.iched anv HMKiilflcance to Marnhall'ii ulleiie.i at.'i'oinrntH, Mr. JnlniKton mild In. re (farded ihi-m un "important." JohiiHton hurried to Pblladi lph'n late thin NftiTiioon nt the reiiutut of I Pei kei 'H chief couniel, who had been ', inrorriii-d of MarKhall g ulleRed mule nienln, .Marnhall !n riot under nrreHt. Ills'! ItKT ATI oil VI V SI (.(.I .M S HKIItl ItY New York, I eb 13. pisirlci At torney Charles A Perk Inn declared In a stateirient tonlKht that the testi mony jeivcri by Jnmcn Marshull nt lb" trial of police Lieutenant Charles Ilecker was secured from Marshall substantially as he afterwards nave It on the witness stand.. In the form of an nfliilavit within ten ininnhs after he was l.rntiirh! Into the district at torney's office upon his arrival In thisl city before the trial. Mr. Perkins went Into varlnin poln's ; In the affidavit alb'trd to have been j made hv Marshall In Philadelphia. j "Kvcr since last Annus! we have j known directly from him that he wa.ij bi -i 11 tr off' red money to-m,il:c uml simi , a Miiieiiiciit " nii, 1 Mr, Perkins, "tn J the effect thai the le.wtiinoiiy Kiven 1 by bun at I he trial W as untrue. W abo knew from him I bat be was lic- IN BECKER CAS ADMITS PERJURY 111.. Ibrillelied ..n.l . 4 C ,l,.ot!f..l V. . ' '.' . VI , , , ,,, " , l 1, r 01 o.inny 1 inn. in- v.. .in. i make a rf-tiiictloii. lie wan lol l lieu siu h rerraclion would not hurt him; that there was money In It and that he would net hurt If he tlliln't make If Mr. Perkins said that on Monday the papers III the pet Iter appeal prop. ) ably would be filed in the district at-j torney'n office for the argument! which will take place about the mid-J die of March before Ihe court of np-i pea Is In Albany. I Presidential Mandate Issued Which Will Make for Great, Progress of People of Celcs-I tial Kingdom, 1 i 'AsMM-lntf-a IrM rnrmpemlru ) I I'eklng, Jan. 29. A presidential , mandate has been Issued insti in t Inc i the minister of education to prepare! the way for a uniform s)h!cih of pub-! lie school.-) tu be established through- out t num. The schools, according to; the plan, are tn be modern, patterned ; lifter western Ideas to a large degree, but not to the extent of discarding i the best leaehiiius of China's undent i saues, "in whom the culture of the! nation is due," j The following passages appear In! the maniliifit u-hi.-K in l..n.. .....t i -, " "-'"Pi u II 1 1 t - pliiiiatory, in the usual stylo f the mandate IfsiicJ by President Yua Shih-kal. "The prosperity or decay, and the strength or weakness of a nation are chiefly determined by the morality, intelligence and physical strength nf (he people; and if we desire tn ln-i i n ,ise the standard of these three' virtues our first attention should be paid to the education of the People. Anclciil Pv natty Hi-culled. "In the foreign countries numerous! CRINA TO HAVE UNIFORM PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM QjsehAlum devote their time to the! 1 Writ, ni- of works on special branches1 i of science, and from eighty to ninety1 j pi r cent of the population can read j I and write. Hut in thin country hooks are mere reproductions. Original; works are us f.-vv as the waning stars' In early morning. "If we recall the days of the Chow'! il nasty we Und thnt every individual! was h ncholnr; but auch days nre past and we have them no more. It Is, more ha-,i 2,000 years since the days, of the chin and Han dynasties, nndj the ancient civ ili'ation has fallen Into! decay. j "Now- wo nim at universal educa-' Hon, enabling every citizen of the I country to be capable of government! and to he rid of the old habit of de-1 pendence." - . lnli tity Cleaners, Hatter n,1 Dyer nixHigf. steam ami pre your I suit for 5t win. 220 West (JtiliL I'Im.im 4 1 . TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY W ANTK'U Halesw-oman. The l-'coli.ilnlst. APPly t W ANTK 1 1 ti il l I,, ply l Vj Hniilh Hlern Hii.irtmenis housework. Ap Heventh street, Pli UK.NT-ljtie front room, mod ern; dandy sleeping Jiorch. til 3 South Arno, WANTKP Pot ior for Pi ist -o Hot Springs. Impure Hnedekt-r. Journal office. lull HA1.K Coal fill stove. three new. burner with ovtn; almost Phone line r-.'U HAU: OH TK.VPK Heven ronm house, furnished or unfur nished, for ranch or slock. Call or addrea lWOS Nurth Second itrvet. The American Newspaper j Annual and Directory! $22 Paced, royal mUiVo, cloth.! $1,110 net, curriaiie fxtrn. Published by .V. V. Ayer Hon, A lvertlHlnB i AireutH, Philadelphia I Tin- forty. Hfventh year of contlnn-j hum pul.liiclii.n l.i plu'M un the IUI j rdi- j lioll of t);ix comprehi nsiye review of the ncwrtpnper nnd mauazine field. The book In roll of valuable informa tion for the puhlohiTM of thla coun try nml for nil thne who deal with them. The fact mnl fiKiireH pertain ing to c.jch of the :'4.7-4 p'lblicationii Imteil are preHenied In n mont com plete, yet condcnKcd and Ket-nt-nhle fin 111. Am nlway. peii,il nttenllon lin been given to the important matter of circulation fimireii. Hupplerneriiiiry to the general rnt i loK'ie are 122 i lafif n d lists. Includ luk' ilalllcn, maciiiineii, wiiiiiph's, mail-ori-r. aarii-tiltor.-il, rHiulnun, and the vnriotm Inide and flaHM pnblica lloim, each las listed under :i acp- ! urate head. Ibis iixeful feahire of the booic In i kept fully abreavt of I he imen, nn la Iruli. ati'd by Home of lis li?ts: Aero-1 i.aiitii", MnvlnR Pictures, l-periiiito. Woman HiiffraKe and Anll-Huffraire. An especially valuable feature Is the vast in. 1. ,in,t ,,f 1... ,i,.i ,.n,.rl i. f. ......... i..m .1 . .i. .. ........ .... ..... . ,"'- illation fitures, and the transput la llon, hiirikliiR nnd other facilities of every town, to the number of nearly twelve thousand, in which 11 newspa per is published, p, neth, r with the lend iiik industries, production- and other noteworthy fi atures of the place land its vicinity. The descriptive mat I ter Is supplemented bv a specially j prepared map nf ,a,h st ite, showing prai iicauy every newspaper town. Convenience nn l coin iscness have been studied thri.injhnut, ami the book place at 1 1 di.Mios.il of pub lishers, if advertisers. of business men. of student, hhiarians, etc., a vast amount of fre-di information net to be procured elsevv h re. The Annual and Pirectory in now the only publication of its kind h. h is compiled from information Ratli- red with such Ui..ri.ijfhness melt year from tiriKinal source". Mr. lieoiir,. p. Ho well was the first to compile such wink, ami for many! years he issued the A niei iccn News paier Pire, tol). PolloWiliK his deillll, the Iuicctniy, with its records, enpv-ni-htM and properly, was Hold to N. W. Aver A- Hon, who combined it with tin lr Annual. llw lo Pre, cut unions Altnt-kn, oinitir' ev. riM last llier shiiilown M;hcfr. Thin is esiiecallv iron -if i.iiiniin ntlilcka. Your liiue'tiie 11' 1 II ,.,m v. ,11 i, ei nun arid 1 .i,i,,.i.i if you are mit,le t 1.. 1,11 ,.11 ,l. ,..i,. ihr.. f Chamln tl.iiii's Tabids n noun an tin-Bo Hvniiti,ina appear nml the attack mav'be warded off 1'or 1 ytle by all dealer i . j Jinirnal Hum ml. n, ,,,,1,-k renuln. NO SALE GOODS ON APPROVAL 4 BIG Great Coat Values Big Clearance Sale of all Coats that joIJ up to $18.00; every size for Women and Misses; made in Blocked Boucles. Che viols and Novelty Mixtures. Colors navy, brown, Russian green and fancy plaids. Over 150 Coats to pick from. A lig value; choice $595 SEE WINDOW DISPLAY and sleeve, will, lire , , "nd p,nL A b,g 5pCC,aI vaIue for whi,e- als0 good quality and 75 extra value f vPl ""f" " ' 'rimmed; worth $1.50; extra value nt, an extra value lor Monday only at . . 5Qc 59c 89c Another Big Silk Sale FOR One ' TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 16th, AT 9 A thousand yard of all kinds yard. On sale, choice 69c CHURCHES IKE s FOR YEAR 1914 !i Grand Total of Members Is 00 -)An a n j a 11 1 OO,U0,l49 and All Larger Denominations Show cided Increase, ' teci:i.L roamimMMwci to moanins jouhmali New York. Pen. 13 The relittiouK bodu-ii of the I'niteil Htatca have mil cause to be iliscour.iKcil over the re-1 suits of the year 1 !i 1 4 . The new com- j munlcantu or niembers added made Kiiod all the Iohms by death, expul.slon 1 or withdrawal, and left it nurplua of nerly three-iiuarlf-rs of a million. I That Is. the I. .1.1 i.....,,l..,..l,, ,j COOD "1" kiealer than It was In 11113. This i is an averaife inci-piist of fu-o i...r ..it 1 .. . - mi an iiouies (ireai iinn yiiiali, Chris - lian and non-Christiaii. Klibornte siiilistical tables prepared hv Pr H K. fi-roii. and Isi-nc! hy the Ketlerai Council ,,f the Churches of Christ ill America, show in detail the (tain a nd losses nf the veir The Mrand iotal'of members is ni.vf it mu. .,, , . ' " ' I.'.M'I HI 1,,'llllllil- lions share In the increase. Ilaiitlsts Kained i;.'.l:T,, Kastern Orthodox I ihurches, a,f,(ifi; the Koman Catholic1 church. 13H.k:,ii; the Lutherans. r,,- ' .01: the tiei'tmin Kvani-elical Hviiod. representing Hie Ht;,t,. Church of ri-ussta. :'!i..ll.,; the Methodists, J31, 411. the Presbyterians, .Mi.nlH: Ihe Protestant Kplscopal chun-li, i's,41. The Protestant Kpiseopa I church has crossed the million line, havinx Rained M;.4K since I ! 1 11, and over San, 1)1111 since 1 HR. The Unman Catholic 1 lunch has Kained nearly a million and a oiiur- I ter since inhi and mm-., than five nnd half millions since I nml. The Methoilist episcopal church, ! the scfond l.iruest il-noinina I ion, pained 17, 4S7 In pi 14 and nearly , ',,,1,1,111 ,.! 1 .... I , f I H I- I 11 II, The thirty chnrchi s, i nnslitiilinR Ihe rederal Council of the Chun he of Cbiict in America, report, as will be eci 11, nearly I 7, .".nil, mm inembi rs ROIliewll.lt less than half of 111,. aarri-L I I-. f. ... nil .1 . - . ....... -.. "" " llnilis, Willi III.;,- 1 iiii.i liiuiisteis and ihuiIv l.lftliini chinches. These bodies have a net In crcnRo ,,f over r.iiii.iiini meinlii rs, or more than two-thirds nf the entire increase of all bodies. 1 There nre nine denominations. I Which have 1 .000.0(10 n,l mm ie,i ! the Komah Catholic, 1 3, 7 14,37 ; the I (I7X Uiealer than it was In 11113. This,"1 -.1 n'al lores, wan truil iminy ny a Attend Our Shoe Sale The Golden Rule Dry Goods Co. Six Days More of Wonderful Ready-to-Wear Garments at Seo Special Window Display GARMENT VALUES AT $5.95 Dresses That Are Better A big saving opportunity in La dies' Desirable Dresses. Style and quality predominate. Splen did assortment of good Silk Messaline, Silk Poplin and Serges, in shades of green, brown, blue, havy and putty, al.'o black. All sizes to be ' had. Values up to $17.50; llie sale price only $5.95 Extra Special for Monday NEW CREPE UNDERWEAR VALUES M. of finest S.1L- !,... O nn yd. the Houthern Huptus!, ,;5!,21 (he Na- I tlonal H11 pi let (colored I, 1 the Method:.it IlpiacopH I, 2,i s.sck; Hi'tith, i,- Northern, t lil'W, 1,- (Hi5,7u7; the Pr tibvtel lull, 1.442.4HK: the I nn. -iiilcs of 33,lii3- the Northern I dipt in! Con vention, 1.23S, .'3, and the protest ant fcpiiHupal, l.Oiri.l'Ji!. These seven ili-linlliili; li.ilia aKKreitate over !!, mill, Una iiieuibi 1st, or mure than three fuUitliM of the entile hkki'i Kale of dm 17n rclivioiiM laidiei. The elicit', on church ineniher Hhip of the Kiiropenn War In narrow. inif the Htrc.-iin tit Iniiiiici-ali.ni vere I ...l... I.I.. u n .1.. ll.A l..ul J l'i "'.. ni, iinn- nnuili, an oiii. tin- i...-. Hve moruiiK or in year were involv ed. The eiiiiurai ion of men In take pan ill ine greai conrnct woui.i 1101 lie a very larK.. factor for the name Melhodiet Kplwopnl, S, :!,: reasum. The (iernuin Ini.lics l.uthe a Ue- ran, liiformeii, mid the repreneiila jt.vt' of the PiiiKsl.-tn Huite church, nil how unuMial n.-iins for I ! 1 4 . On the 1 other hand, Unman Catholic ynlns ale iiiiu hniall. I I III K MAH IA h M K MAKING CANAL MAPSl'"",'. "In 'Z" t """V"" , j Sir nnd $1.00, nt all dniMBis'H , IhV MONIa H3UHN.L PICIAL LIA.IO WIHII Panama. I'eb. 1 3. Private Charle 1 If. Hill, ft the Tenth Infantry. V. S A.. who has been doiiiir lock guard duly coiit t nuirllal on the hariie of naviti'? l,..t....,.u ..9 H l....L-a ! , ' . "''' ,lril' ffw "niinpoi tar.t I n,;'lm- The sketches, notes and mspi" ' wer' m,'aKf'r " hliii a u:iter ' ll "' 1 "' Japanese charne at 4 Japan is not represented 1 "n ,h'" "'"'"' 1 ''e decision of the l'""rl nnt h"?n tt""""m- ,f"1' 'says he was usiiik this means for ! Kettiiii out of the service. Journal wunt 111U hring qnJi-k rmultt. FAYWOOD HOT SPRINGS For Itheumatlsm, Ptomach Troti blen. Kidney Ailments, Inflamma tion!!, Arterial Hardening, Loco motor Ataxia, Nervous Breaking, etc. Perfect Trentnient, Perfect Climnte, Health, Pleasure, Large Modern Hotel. Booklet. T. C. MclM'ltMOTT, I'ajHml, X, M. The WM. FARU COMPANY WholwiaU .nd Rotnll Dent.r. la Wholesale and Retail IJealara la ilUHII AM) KAIT MICA It Kaaaaue A HiMX'InJly far Cattle and Hokk the Ruicwrt Market Price Ara Paid. DUKE CITY Cleaners -Hatters ' t2A West Gold. Phone iti Skirts Worth While " One special lot of High Grade Skirts, made of Wool Poplins, Crepe Poplins and best qual ity Serges, mostly navy and black. Correct styles and a great variety of sizes. Values from $9.00 to $12.50, on sale for $5.95 White Outing for 7V2C Yd. FOR WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY I7th. AT 9 A. M. Fifteen hundred yards of extra good plain white Outing Flannel. 20 yards to a customer, on sale for 7V2c "111!" For Grip, Iiifluenzn, Coughs, 8010 Thmat LBS Twenty per cent (one person In live) die from tlie effects of a partial, ly cured Cold. This danger Is averted by lining pr. Humphreys' "Seventy-seven" asur. itiR complete recovery, while Its ton. icily mistains the BJ'stem, HnfcRii.ini. inn any ornan prone to ilisease. "Heyenty-s.'Ven" break up h,n,l mailed, IIiiiiiiI'C)V illiiiiwn. Medicine Co l.'.li William street, Nt w York. Hudson-fot Signs Wall Paper HUDSON for Picture Frames Fourth St. Ami Copiier Aim, ! FRlvD pELiyY ! lillturlj C iltl. v li,l:llliUi'J'f-lI ! BALDRIDGE I -LUMBER COMPANY jPAROID ROOFING with 15 ! year guarantee. HiiawrnjUsi TOR CASH ONLY Select Suits Here is an excellent suit oppor tunity over 100 Suits for Women, Misses- and Juniors, siies complete, made of Serges, Cheviots, Wool Poplins and Novelty Weaves; black and cc' ors; all first class suits and lat est styles; values from $!5.0i? to $23.00, on sale for $5.95 yd.