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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 1915.
TWO POSITIVE RELIEF FOR CONSTIPATION m eclsae hi. perhaps, mi more force- fiilly evident limn In the simpli fying of mn af tin' niii inn' i' ii - edle of ahI gcnriatlnns, For in stance, the hurvh ralharl-e uni m .Ii nl purgative need lr ur fiirefsthrr in rellev ooaatlgatlon .Mr nnw known 10 In not Ottl unnecessary bill really harmful, Constipation inn In- more i ff. i . t ly relii fort .h i l1 without the iIIhi rn ihce old-linn- rent- fill Occasion A combination of simple laxa tive heih with pi (Win, void In drug ( ot iindiT Ihi- iiiinir of Dr. t'ald v .11 Huup ivonir. I moil effi - Hi.', yd mild and ; i II absolute! in from opiate nn I narcotics nd equ.illv a desirable h remedy for the tiniest Imbe for rugged manhood. A free Irliil bottle ran be obtained by writing t,, in v ii liildweil, Wash ington St.. Munlii i llii. CLEAN COAL IS OUR SPECIALTY AZTEC FUEL COMPANY Phone 251 LIFE INSURANCE Bcfoie you buy ec our new reduced ralri. N. F. LE Sum. Manager UNION CF.NTRAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. Room 9 Slate National Bank Building FINE WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY REPAIRING in n i it woitti roil 1,1 ss MOM V lt I'a Kite You an Intimate. OODD & DENHOF Third aud Central, Albuiiuriae 4f 1 1 it it 1 1 obatluate and tenncloua at- i at'kN whlrh coat I Item IniiunirrHhle aiitiuiii. brenine parawuied of lha i,n" "r"wrtitlit ot dlakMlllai " from lh &ft 'ank of the Vintula ami I '' i td at the end of .l.uuiarj to put u new alnii nil" np lallon "HavltiR flnlahed the formallon n Ibe Inteflor if their inuntrj uf mcv- ar.ii new cropa had daaldlni in oou Pwh lb tnaaportaUon of noop liom Itielr went front in onler to mak,. a Midi ma effoit uviiiimi nn. profltlnv y t lii-tr network of raili nud, the jjjirmanK were BOA Mad to launch mi ( i mil' Imlnir fou r niraliiHl our T. nlli limy whlcll OCCUplad atronifly m' ia.'d pniltlon aloitK the Angerapli Pi' i-r .ri l Ho- M.iui inn l.iU. M " - Daaorlblnc (tie retreat in,, uommu ai, .it aava: In i ln -r i'.,., . ii,, his in. i iiu of the fnlh army, prenaed In Kl mI auiiilirrn of the enemy and threaten fell with hem lurroundad on lha riahi fjati!.. wan compelled lo make a very wifi :urnln movement in lb ditto from . f Koi in, i "Tbll miuieuii-r expoai'd Ihi flank t tha roipN follow I nc ahlrh, uwinff Jj, i'i b fait, found llaelf in an ex- a, in, is ibuiRnrouH poaltlnn ami only BTil i' and iliHoiKunUed Portion luc. wede, In Mpaplag from HiIh dlnHnter lint torp of the Tanth'army, fiht ttia i ouiinuoiinly and ntubboruly, l'iiv retreated .n (he diraoilon aVarkeil out fur tin m hy (hair oaw- tniidcri tin lal.iim: iii tliine iiumI in Mo liiKmian trnopn liravaly ulm il 111,- allHikiuu . n an inflli'llim an bim everi loaae ami nvercomlnB credible dlfflcultlei ruued by the fcep i now wlili h i u cl ed .ill tin' itrade." k y -1 tit s i. um i'ii H.YK III VI I III sM s ." ItlllMtofl. Feb :'' a Ituaalan attack in iti pubw lills.-lail Po ? Drops of "GETS-IT." Out Comes the Corn! fc - tin W.ubl - MTotUthri Never I'uils You'll mak. goo-goe ayea at your tret, niter you use "HKTH-IT," and pail find tin- placti where the hl.utki-tj corn us. , tn be, Juki us i us vour cheek "How Wid U GETS IT' Sm.b W.ll. . Owa DmI Over I KH" fhere's no coin 01 callus among the million Of leet In the vv.illil th.U '.'lil.rs-IT" will nd ri move then in, cM-ape "OBTUVIT is the new way, tfbr aimple, i omnion-tM iisi , euie vx.iv X doe away with greasy ointments, taivea, puda, cotton ring, barn, Knlve, aciaaor. ramus, file .mil lite limping and the painful p geoti-lou walk of so manv i-penered pen- S All vou do Is pet 2 drop ,f I3KTH IT" . and good World like mi the corn hrtviU up bye. Nothing else !u Ihe ilFTM-lT Millions are era's no u n. no troublo. ehaaatua how bg net of rorna. lil.'TS IT ! old by druggist iv ervwhere. Ill a bottle), or eent direct by 8, Lawrence a Co.. chuago. land nnd w,,t Huh ia with the rap ture of 1,0110 prisoner unci much war material south of tko Onester, w..i announced In n n offiriiil die pa Uh from Vienna rciiived tonlnht a) Ho Autro-nungarlan einhuwy here Tin' dlspnt. h follow: All along thr froOl in 'Hulan I'o land 11 ml lialii l.i there urn' brink urtltl'-ty duel In Isolated, skirmishes . held Ho- advantage iM easily re pulasd Ho i ii' in) iii iiu- Carpathi an there arerr numerous Bifaktn at Ucka lii' h continued in the w tat arn aactlon during lha night. All these ut lempts, however, agaihi our line, fulled, with grcut losso for the MM) Kouth of f)ntr, engagements of Itrral dimension developed when stronger detachment of (he enemy made an attack, but wore finally r -piilMiil aflir .1 long flKtil. Two thou sand prisoner' wre mi'tunn wnn lout gun and mm It waj- material. Thi wam "f lha iiuiiun prisoner taken In the i n puthluti battle from ti( , n,i ol January umll a f'w days alto, according lo u ri nm ii (I official Ituuiian ftfurea win- declared to be Increased lo 4 office, 40,fi0 men, 34 machine guns. 9 euiinom. omciAi in coin ! l 1 HI N si lF.H ',, iiili Ida London. Feb. 22, 11:35 P m i The follow ing off l nil com lillilili ilion win. Issued loii.ii 'Along Ibe front in Hnsslan Po bind and weal tiulnii, obIj iirtllb-iy duel and infantry sklrintlhcs have tuken pl o i "In the Carpathian numerous ftaeeian attack continue and there have inn attache alao in tha wont- ern neitor, inotttl' "lnht. All these altelllPtM In Penetrata out lilies weir repttlaed with kreut loiws to the "Hoiilh of the Dni'lutei IkIk bat Ilea nn davatoplnK. atrontl hoatlla fore W" repulaed yealerdao' nrier a bum Until Two IkoUaand prinonera iitul four fltajl and a lot of war ma terial wan raptured "Win.-e the end of January we have i.iken in lha Carpathian battlea 4 of tU vm tad in.nu'i men and Kutm and :: I mm bine (tuna." I It I M H Ml IH I " I HKPOKTN M l l I I II S Para, l i b. M (l UHtM. I Mi il'.'.' i a. m i Th.' official communi cation leaned by the lren4j war of rVe toniKht tell of the bombardment of CalalK by a Zeppelin dirigible, u lil, Ii dropped bomb and Mlled five civiiiuiiH. The text follow: "A Zeppelin rtltehtp bomoarileU i a ten I In le IhiH mornttiK. n urivpen proJaollbM whuh killed five pernon iHdonKiiiK to the civil population anil cauaed ome iinlmporlant material damaKe. i inr liattiu ii ilrmoli Oii'il a henvy Kim oemtpylW u pohliion near lim baertayd Retween the Lya and Ota Alne there ha In en effective prui - ii. - b -ir ariiiieiv which dbtpeffjed a bivouac nnd convoy, The enemy violently bombarded Ifhelum Kunihiy nlfiht anil Monday. The bombardment reeurted in numer aua vlrttnu who reported tin- toil tak en by lh, German for their defeat of I he lam few day. "nn the HouHln-Huuwjour front we have m i l,' pronrea, captnrlnK a line of tri'iichc nnd two w 1 I oitiplrtrly rapulalnff two partlcutarlj vlolenl rountrr-utinekf. lakltik nutnerou prieonera and InfUetlM heavy loe on the enemy, in the Arconne our artillery and liifunirv have HHaerted tlu h milrlor- nv, particularly near Futttniiu ix- I'hut tni N an. I Alai te Tli.'i .xh.-, wi ll a at Dolant. Between lha Arfonae ami the MtUM our protfreea In the IuhI two -tajw CWW ,ias heen attended ami conaoliitoted. Bj preah atUaba at Lad Eparfea n, b.ive routllltied to Kllitl rtOBttA Wl now hold almuNl the whole ot the ana my positions at fombre. aoutheaat of I e h Kpamca, whlrh 1 Ihua under Klin file. "At Boie-Boucheti aoutb of una KparKi. Herman attack hn been ropulaed, ai BolBoula, in tha for ent of Apremont we raptured ti trench. "In Alauce we Bava raptured the Kienter pari of the villaRe of Htoio. wel.r, of whlrh we held only to Hip oiiiHkirt yeeterday." s( MIS I Ws t'OM'l It ll i . .I HIM IUXM Ix ll London, Feb. 2S (10.17 p. m.) A diHputch to the Kxrhange Tilci'.t.iph loinputiv from Copenhagen a that ii,,. conierem between lh repreaen tatlvee of the Scandinavian govern ment over Ihe situation created by Otormany'l submarine blockade was begun today. The dlsputch adds that It 1 undrr tood that th s, andinav tan countrtea are Rot planning te ad In COncaW With Holland and the t olled State, I .. Ik.. htli,.ulu ,,f the latter coin I hi. intlrely different from those "I Norway. Nvvcdenuhd Deiimuik. HOaNlNS JIIUINIL r Lt.HIO WlMV) Wi,hingion. Feb. 22. Forty or ttft decisions ale expected to be ull- nouneed rcmorroe when the supieme ouii'l coivciies after 11 three weeks 1 ere. .Nu Intimation has been giv en, however, a to what . uses will be tie, uleil of I lie more limn I HO pending I Most of the mole Important cnc Ideal with Ihe Validity of the slate I law. Among those are the California I eight-bo"' labor law tin i Uegou I iininmum wage law: "grandfather I , la use legisiution iii Oklahoma and I M il land the Indiana safety nppll- tiiu law; ,st irtrginl two cent pa- I tanaer luw the Ohio ami Kansas mo- I ttoei pi. tare penaor laws and the Ohio j nil -screen coal law. j Other pending utt Involve Ihe va 1 llrilti of the withdrawal hv formal I Pre Id eat Taft Of a vast area of pub lic oil Ieu4a in Callfornki and Wypnv Ing It inn entry In 109; the enforclbll- 11 y or oil leases containing surren dcr clansis, Mg .... exist in busiimll ooutraot and the right of the later "i at. 1 nmint i i'e i ommissbui to Inspect tile eorreipondenca of ruilroaiis. WAR INSURANCE IS POPULAR IN ENGl AND V HO.NIM iOU1l SeaaiM LOUD WIM1 Dnidoii. I i b. 2:1 i.t a. in.! TI e Time declare that during the lai few ds a iHlge aniounl or Insurance hag been placed in Ihe Umdotl nisi k. i , n properly in the liill.il King sureil for sli months of i-ue per tent. BIG BATCH OF SUPREME COURT nrninini n Tnniu , UtblWIUUnl UNITED STATES IS LOOKING INTO EVELYN'S WRECK Anxiety Is Felt for Safety of Pail of Crew Headed for Dutch Coast, but So Far Not Heaid Fiom, V HORKIna IOUANAL Pf, ',. LCAXIO Wll . WnHhltiKlnit. Feb. "2. l'rldent I W'llnon ronf, tie, with SU'Wiiry Hi v .in totiiuhl coneernlng the di Hlrui -! Imii uf the ttieriraii "learner Bvelyn off thi- oat of Qermany 1 il Friday. hut In the. ahuenre of definite Infor- . million aa to tha eattae of the wreck. , no roume of action beyond dlilomultc j illHUlt li-H w.i.k ilccliled upon IIihIiik I, .allied unci finally that a part of the Kyelyn'i crew waa caatl adrift from the clnkina veaael headed 1 for llf coaal of Holland, Secretary Ifryatt cabled to American Minitcr lienry Van Dyke, at The Hafue, the ansa maaaadia be prevloualy bad ent to Ambaaaailor, I'.ik,- and 'lerard, ut l-indon and Berlin, uskiiiK that every I can- be cxlimlrii t,. ibe crew ana uni i n v eatlaatlon of the fait of the , urrence be made .thioiiKh a ,i a.l- able agencies. an-fiil liiic-ilnaliiin. Karlier In tha day 8ecretar Innriicled the loival alt n he 1 1. ill" Is of I he American enilmaay ut Heiiln lo niul." an InVoatlgullon of tin dieaalei' and report aiich technical Information a wit potuilbli. for hint lo Kither con cerning the mine field, the courae of the reaaal ut the time ol her miehaft, when hIii took a pilot aboard, and other data win. mlL'ht aid the ('nit ed state in arming Judgment aa to Loa Angelea, tallf.. Feb. If the reponibilltv or the deatructioii of I theory of Chief Mother Ab tha Oil the hlp. ner'. ,lf "'e city ht'OtherK bureau. I vva i onreiled In offlciul iiuarleiM ; bobln goml, Dorothy A'i".id. who ' that If the nationality of the mine mytyrioin iliHappi-uran . m Ne-.v were ,iot d-termined ami if no proof '-rk 1 it: ! t font iro I'af- Were obtained to ahow whelher ofli- Had Man In is all ov rr Ihe world, ha rial notification t" neutral veaaeU haan found. Mr. Oeon tte l.ydia annaarnlng the courae iin-v houM Browning i the woman who Mother teer were l..-inK followed by the Kx - A lei ha I lb m- .. .v lyn, there would bo virtually no ' York woman. Hhe benra a Mrlklim ground for diplomatic protet. A civil tl It, however, by the lulled Slates j rlk Itiniraiir,. bureau and the owner of lha veaael and oergo ii ctr(gln bt follow m ii ii uch evidence a can be lathered through the official imjuirie now being made Some official tboiiHht that a claim for damagea might im ii ir i.' iii agalnat both Oei maiiy ami tlieat Mrit.nn If the mine were mwii far beyond belligerent zone of aperaUona without giving duo BOUCe to neutral craft. A ax let tor l'uri of draw. Some anxiety prevailed aitiong of flclitl over the fata of thai portion ,,f the cl i w of I he F.v elv n supposed I . have rowed for the cnat of Holland after the veaael lrui k. The meaaase nat nlghl from American Conanl Pa at Bremen aiil merely: "The crew waved, '' and made no mention of hiiv mling men Thl wu not tuppto" mented by any further meeeage today and official knew only thioitgh pre reports that the mate and allora who 1 orialn.illv were Ihouabt In have lacii landed wifely In Holland ha,l not been i reported through any of the roast gourd Mutton or the Dutch admiralty a having been located anywhere In Holland. While the Untied today f.n'i that nn cae of the Evelyn con to absorb attention the international convent ion I govern the laving of now In fore,, governs the laving ,.r i lauu oi men: , ua uvea '"uue ixa mine and that It had been possible I bloody center, I approve and com for other neutral government vvh , mend to th.. Mil the alittude of hud to, vcaaela In similar manner j 1'romdent Wilson In liecllatag to con durlng the pr'ent war to fix the re- altler the evidence brought before spotiBilillltv for the accident, re- I him In respen ,,, utrocitle in Bel- m,, ve.l . 1 iii,. i. iisi, I,, tvliich l ir.-, t i report of the wreck produced. : o lrolil Likely. AltbtillL'ti tber.. tins bnnn tin uro- I test Ihu far from the I'nllcd State!11'1" . oiiCHrniiii- the lavitiB ,,r tnlnH In l.ii I Ug llgereut water and none Is believed;'1 "' likely at till time. It was aonsldercd "We arc no possible In many quarters that an f-1 ")u between r,.rl i... it,,, v i, ' this great " irocornini.nl I. I..,,,. ,,,,e.. ,l..f i ,. 1 1 e l . k i. .ii: .i .hb h ih, i.ne.. i ,L, r,i i lii'lltr ii ciilMiiiPi a t llii-. tnliiiv viiiit-a I i.n.l I,, olihan m,ip ,1,1V ,.n ivhlelilWc Heed IM't American ship captain could he god ed In the future as to safe channel. om: or CBJCW UBARD litoM o hi k ii COAMT The .Hague I via I .mid r N 20 p. ni.) Inqullic of flic coast guard t.-it urns in north Holland have brought the reply that nothing has le I n een or heard of that part of the CTi vv of lha Aiiienean sleano i Kvelyn win, weie reported to have proceeded .. lli.llHinl alter Hie steamer v.. l.b.wn up A very dense fog prevailed I ibi..ughoiii esterdav and today along I I" i oust The Dutch marine department la j alao witbuui information concerning) the missing men of the Kv dsn's crew. , I IUM Nv BltlTIKII l III I l l H Hit ix . " bs lo hay - . Iterlin. Fdi 22 i by wir Ilia, 1 1. 1 According b advice re- elv ed hei ... I'aptaln Smiih ihe Amerleaa steamer Svalyn, has in- formed the Herman a ut horities that his ship came to grief through the 1 advti a of a Itiitlsh naval boalding of-j fhH r, w ho insti ll, ted him to follow I the course on which he struck Ihe! mine instead of the tiortherlv course laid dow n in the German Instructions, i ill iiiweiri i.eiiiiiro ai i ii vim K I'ii day morning and Ihe Kvelyn sunk seven hours later. Captain Smith, a 1 1 1, i c n pilot ano iiiiriiTii men uriniai in a row boat unltl Saturday after- noun when they were rescued h a i.eimati puiioi ooui. .v .tiaoiso ii'i - er in Ihe rowboal died meanwhile 1 1 . 1 1 1 exposure The othir men in exposure The other men IIM,,,. .lifticulties .i we are llk Ix t the bout are all recovering. an now at the sailors' home in Bra mei haven. The mate and the remainder Kvelyn' crew are understood t landed in Holland. if the have I I III XI III Mill HI Vlls-IM. X N III1 Kl 2a li UitNtoa. I'p to midnight men fiom lb- The Hague IVb. li b. M, Bran a. m.) Ihe thirteen missing American steamer Kvelyn's crew tun been repitrterf from any pol Holland. bad i i in I may triumph in Ihe end. SU UtKrrve Movcinenl-. "We are the onl) great power en- Paris, Feb. j; ( "0 p. m I A Bel-1 tlrehj free from Rurnpeaa obhgatWtn lort, France, dispatch lo the lUvaajof any kind We have tlu respect and .g.-ii, v .iH i i . i an s-i'ia .i ,rj has I confidence nt Ihe n l on involved in be 11 i u height near Honful the war How Khullv we should wel where the movemenm come them If they turned lo B and Uerman trxtopa can be gave us the opportunity to re-estab- iii Sw ol li wati bed A Swiss military bullo tn hn also appeared In tha same nelih- borhoad with th purpose, It is pres. siime, t, of delecting possible 1 1 , i is gression of Swiss territory. SAYS SHE IS MISSING DOROTHY ARNOLD 1 liolinltiv UtMH.I). ireiiiiuanr,. t tb ,. v,,rk gin no me initio t u:iiK ill woueii nu been found to l- exactly alike, TAFT SUPPORTS PRESIDENT FOR HIS NEUTRAL POLICY I j Jjmojllr Ic ready for war. Such i -lunula to greater armament ire all should de- plore, heraue i,f I hen . union upon the people of ibe countries affected land because of the temptation to wur j Involved on their maintenance." iN'IriuU I'rcsldciii WiMin. Mr. Taft said the administration had been criticised bci.i - "it did not protest aguitiKt a violation of interna I tioiiul law committed by one set ot the belligerent against the other, "'' upheld the a.imlnjM i ,, s atti "le and pointed Wihat protest like those prop. s.,1 "must inevitably and materially injure our attitude of neutrality without accomplishing any good." "Therefore," ha i mwlanad. "while I ssmpathiy.i wilh Hie Ikigian in Ihi war, whose coiintr.v, without any I g' ami lo pimun "" ""' 1 n Of I D iiie.l. A simllur decl t I" the application government to have ! inveatlgate ii" evidence of th of duin-duiu bullets, was equally US judge Of lllllles 111 Kurope in We are leaking to I 111 a i lit II ill strbt neutrality and until our decision is im..kcd. with an agreement to abide l our judgment and recommendation for settlement, itirnelve by of ritlcism or ap- at broil tl. ial expn pi oval of t in the war. ilti' participants 1 ' ' ('tlAHI.&MAtiM: IHWFK I 1'iaisi s HMINIHTlt.TloN i Philadelphia, Feb. 22. Setting ! forth our rights and duties ,1 ncii- Hal in 1 in- proaent European war, ChgrbMnagae Tower, former ambaa I saibu- to OeTBta ny, 111 an gddre to j the University of i'ennayhranla alum 1 ui here, declared that up lo the pres ent moment, the priMddent of the ! Cnlted States has scrupulously guard - led tha Infertat of the people in fui- filling Iheae obligation to all con cerned ami ha ad ably maintain ed the dignity of the nation. "Amer ica." he continued, "I powirful enough to maintain her independent attitude, she i too great to be parti san. "We have our rights as neutral , . ..... ,, . ...,.. .1 t,v 1111,111. ,t I 1 law. We hav, especially the right ii,i cariv on unmolested our com - fie, l) : no ice ami trade, and to deal i with either belligerent subjects of course, to the rule us to contraband lot war. As we deal fairly with each ot the tuition wilh respect lo our ,u. i. ik. "iifhrt, 0 we expect j will sli i m'SJI ln regut d i vv us the se mi fair . i i women i mill i radN "Hut above all else, there I oni thing that we must demand: They ; nuJS( . , muJf lu,i , roreign ship Aim ri, in Hug ulolie. it h,.i."i.,l falsely on ati It mast not be trilled .T. .1 I wjti m iinoiie ; v ,. ' ar. facim: ., siiiiation fraught rn,''lsee arise at anv moment, quest ton.- of such delicacy i" taic the juug n our most ex tu solve. An ac- mi "I an,! Ihe si perlellccil Stat, sli ebb lit ga) where slortii of feeling inixbt give rise to a which, in a moment impulse, might lead ot uncontrolled I,, tin ii.osi deplorable results, quite acatnat the better mdgment of the nation. It Is our most pressing duty to prevanl such au occurrence ; H keeping before otinielvee thi , ,,,,, , ,.is .,r life that we have set un for our guidance In nierl(R. to ex erl our tnruiom , toward patience and forebearunce in order that justice I Hh the peace ..f thi srortd." T cr.wuil Ihratee, brglauliig hhIuv J u.lmissloil rem- Uh o hi and 7 . nt. lour ris ,. pktures. MORE OEMS OF IRK Ml BY rockefeller; Millions Expended for Char itable, Educational and Other Altruistic Purposes, Says Report, V MOMhlKG JOURNAL tPfr.AL ICASfO WIWI) Waahington, Feb. Jut i,H7, don. ut w is eontrlnutad or pledged hx the Backi feller foundation bet wean ! It etabllhment in Mar, b, l!U4, and February 1, 115, according to a atategieot fitad with the UnHad 8tate ebmmlMlpn OH Industrial relation to- I day. Of thl utn III. 3 1 :'.T.'iO oi praclicallv Ofie-half represent thai I personal charitle of .lohn D. Itoike- feller, Sr., the author of the foundu- ! (Ion having reerved in hia letter of gift the tight to dlaburee tl'.OiiQ.Ono a year fro.n the corporation's Ujoome According to the dictates of his own Will. The war in Burofa) brought cotitrl butiona of 1,(I2,I1I.M fiom the cof fer of the foundation, the principal item being 1975, 7117. HH expembd tor food supplies for starving flelglati. I'olleges. Y. If, '. A. project, medical research and Investigations, the Ited Crooa, orgaalaed oharltlaa and wel fare work of Varioui kinds were other in :o ficiarie. The atatemt nt wn drawn up In rc pone to a reiiict made by the in dustrial relation :'ommiaaion at 113 reient invetlgatlon In New York of be Rockefeller, Carnegie and thr foundation The document was made public by the Ho. kefellcr foun dation office ai 61 Broadway, The statement divided the Contribution, into three classes, the first compris ing "acilvltio conducted under Its own Immediate supervision," the .sec ond "other Rifts and pledges." and the I third ' founders' requisition" under whb h heading are listed the personal .lislpitrsement of the founder, ranging from $j0, to the Working Women's Protective union, up to r.'.r.se.ooo for building. eQUipment and endowment to the Rockefeller Institute for Medi cal Ree oarch, The foundation' own aotivitiea in- bided tin so items: War relief. $1.- ' 11 "' ,,,(' "tlur MiOo of tins item having he, n expended by the American Ked Croaa or t)r. Alexia l tus capacity of volunteer ,,11IKeoii in France; hook worm work 1 In Central America. Hrltlsh flulncii, I HrltiKh Wist Indies ami F.gypt. 1142, I 4li7.76; iBveetbpition Of industrial 're i billons, K.Itl.lt; Inv estigating madi Ml work in China. $J9,a70.'J, and ! purr haan of the Grand Chaoier, Lou isiana, bird refuge, $22.1,574.77. The lurgeat single item in the sec- ond section of statement waa t75u,- i unu pledged to Wcllesley college on j condition that the institution raise the balance of n fund of $2,000,000 for ! buildings and endowment. Next in I rank wa a gift of $450,000 to the an I nual foreign missions oonferenee of I North America for uae in carrying out I u plan to co-ordinate the work of "the I principal Annul ran mission board." I The willows' pension moyeinent of the "w York asso, iatioii for Improving I In condition of the poor was given 120.900 a year for ten years, the Am erican academy in Home half that amount and the American Ked Cross $100,000 toward the District of Co lumbia memorial to the work of worn en In the civil war. The bureau of municipal research af New York City wa twice present ed with funds, receiving $30,000 in May toward It current expenses and iio.oon i,, October to provide for "studies preparatory to the state con stitutional convention in 1915." Public and private charity organi zations of New York City were given js.,, 640 for various objects and $10,- null each was presented to the ffed Cross relief work in Bulgaria and re lief of destitution caiied by the ca lamities in northeastern Japan in January, 1914. The third section of the statement carried this explanation: "The foundation was In general a dev elopment Into corporate and im- personal form of the personal chnri- ties and mtaceltaneoua philanthropic work In which Mr. Hocliefciler hud been Interested for many year. Mr. Rockefeller, through thl office, had been gluing to a large number of rtharitle Which appealed to him personally by virtue of his citiseii hip In New York and his previou residence in Cleveland, O. "It Was for these reasons that it was planned that during Mr. Rocke feller' lifetime he should have the privilege of personally designating tha Un) to be made of $2,000,000 an M.ally i.f the income of the founda tion." The first batch or lUese personal gifts was recorded May 4, 1914 anil totalled $84,400. Thi sum Included . , .nditional contribution of $32, .,00 toward tha foreign work Of the Y. M r a : $10,000 to the Baptiat L'alon .d Western Canada, with headquarters In Winnipeg: ir.,000 to the Hoy Scouts and a number of do nation to association and to chari ties of New York City and vicinity. In addition there was u gift of 1.1,00 for th. dependents of sailors lost on the sealing uteumer Southern Cross and Newfoundland, in the north Atlan tic. Tha last of the May 4 gifts was an item of $!00 for "the expenses of an additional eugenic investigator in Westchester county. The next day Mr. Rockefeller ordered ix limes us much to be paid for "six field work er in eugenics." the work to be done in Mate institutions. Tin public education association was the next recipient of Mr. Itocke feller's bounty. receiving a condi tional gift of IS, 000 on May 12. The laymen' mUaUonary movement wa given j:..unn May V4, and the nation al child labor committee $l,r,oo and the Cleveland Bchoo! of Art $Too the next day. There were no other con tribution in May. the tag gUTl to Hie Rockefeller In stiiute for Mi da a! Hesearch, came on June it. Other donations that month included $2,000 to the George Junior republic, $300 to the girls' branch of ihe Publli School Athletic league of N. w fork and $,700 lo church and charity project. July waa marked by two gift, una being $10,000 toward the relief of tire sufferer at Salem, Mas., and the other $1,008 to the Honest Ballot asso. utioli of New Turk City. On Anguat 17. Mr. lioekefeller pledged $60, mm toward the building proji i of the T. it, C. A. at the i nlverslt) of Michigan. The next day he gave $30(1.000 to the similar plan of the Brooklyn y. m. c. a. and 3C IT'S mighty unselfish o' ?! . if -. A someo me sen made men I know to shoulder the U entire blame for the job $1,000 to the y. w. c. A. of Cleve land. His other gift that month was one of $50,000 to the American Bap tist Foreign Mission society. There wire three disbursement in September. The Alta social settle ment In Cleveland received 114,(00, ihe Cleveland reparation for Charily $l,00ii and the Legal Aid society of New York an equal amount. Christian association worker re ceived four of the nine November donations, the largest being $10,000 to Ihe national board of the Young Women's Christian association, the Ited Cross Christmas seal fund $50, 000. The Y. If. C. A. was again the chief rerlpi nit of foundations fund in De cember, receiving $15,000 for it "home work," Thirty-five hundred dollars wa given to the National Laague on Urban Condition Among Negroes and $ii,.',',n vvvnl In Jersey City and New York organizations. January, the last month covered by the report. aw $54,050 given away. Of this amount $50,000 was sent tO the Haptlst foreign mission society to aid in wiping out a deficit of thai organization. The other gift were $2,500 to a fund to provide rooking utensil and food in New York public Kchools, $1,000 to the Travelers' Aid soclet"; $500 to the Tarrytovvn Y. M. C. A., and $50 to the working wom en's protective union. BE PRESSED IN Bills Are Prepared to Invoke Federal Authority Against Manufacture or Importation of Intoxicants, , (BY MOSNINO JOUBNXL tr.lL L1A1CD Wll) Baltimore, Md., Feb. 22. Charles If. Randall, prohibition party congr, ss-rnan-elect from California, In an ad dress In prohibition!! here tonight, announced thut It Is to be proposed in the next congress that the federal government shall withdraw from the liquor business all the facilities which j are under the government's control j or ownership. "A series of four proposed laws iroj being prepared," he said, "briefly de- aciibed a follows: "1. Federal liquor Ucenag receipt are hereafter to be Issued only to holder of valid licenses Blread) grunted by local authorities in the states. "2. The Fnlted States mails will be closed to use by the liquor Inter. erts for any purpose whatever, thus preventing the vicious nnd fradulenl advertising published In many news papers, and sent through the mails. "3. The tidied State Will prohibit cse of interstate commerce for Itguar shipment for any purpose, und will atop Importation from foreign coun tries, thus erecting a stone wall nt every state Hue. "4. 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