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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL", WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23,1915.
TWO MORMON MABR I UUUI Mother, to HstablisJi Inheiit ancc of Son, Says She Was Bound to One Man for Eter nity and to Other for life. ( 0NI JBU..NAL IMi Lt.MO wmti Ooon, t'tah, June 12 laniul that be bad ol cared David Kede of poly ftiuny When she testified In I Jit- Snii tor lli-rj Hmoot InvcHliRnttnii before the railed, state coiii;rcH, wi. made today by Mm. MarKaiot (Jedde of ISalt lMkr, when she appeared I'11' wltne in tho suit of her Hon, varl cmaty known a Albert Uedd. and A I bert Odde Keele, for 11 part of the I u Vid fcocle estate, Whon she Wa asked to relate the evidence that she aave In WiishlriK Ian, D. C, ruiurdiii; her relation with David Kn'li'H, xli" nald that she wa find aslced In name her children, t hot thia wiim followed ,y uti In 1 1 u i i an I their purcritiiK, ahe statin thut nil but on- were the hlldren of W, 8. (Jedde. Mr. Geddc testified Hint she declined lo answer the quea lion a to who wa Ihn father of the yniiimcHt child. (Jiilhhlo on Name. "Then Ihry asked mo If Mr. l'.ckol wa lh father nnd t ald. 'No,'" ho testified today. Mm. C.cddc then tiii Id thut when she returned to Hull Ikii Heolii con gratulated her on her testimony und for clearing him mid thut she an swered him end nld he did tint clour him. hut testified Hint "Mr. Kckoi" wan not the fiilhiT. Albert Gdd, or Kccle, in iifklnK that th oo ti it declare him nn hiir (if th rent estate nnd entitled to out. thirty-third part of tho properly, vnU ued at over M,ioo,oiin. Had Tlm Wlvca. This claim in based on tho aliena tion thnt lJuvId Kcclo nnd Mr, tied dea were married In IHttH in Oadeii by tlm late Apostle Mnrriner W. Mr rlll. Mr. Oedrioa claiming on tho wit ness stand today thut this marriage ceremony waa perfurnmd find ' thut ah was aenowledKd by Keclea an hit third wife nnd Alport HeiMo or Eccle as hi aim. Mr. Minnie Ktod dnrd Koules of I,oiiii, the second wife, was in court today, hut Mm. Jtertha Keclcs i now in Now York. According to the vldonoe nlvcn ly Mr, Oedde she wnt mnrrli'd to 1m Vid Rcclea "iMitMlde thn churi-h," hut by one of the twelve npoMlli.'a, wlio had previously porformed tho vvre ntonie ty whlrh Kccloa marrlod his ateond wife and alao hy which Mm. (lifddea boi'ame the aecond wife of W, 8. d ml d i-ii. Thn mnrrliiKo, uhe Raid, wu kept aocrot bOcaune of tho nianl fento of the church rpuiliiilln the practli'e of polygamy. Marrlanoa "out tlde the church" are not ri?coidiul by the church. Kmlril for Ufo tnily. When a wddiiif la performed un der the rltea of the Mormon tempioa, thi wife I leuled to the hunliund "for life and elonilty." Mrn. (Ifdilea teat I fled fhe Wa aoalcd to (loddca "for eternity," hut to lCnlea "for life only." RUSSIA HAS MADE NO PEACE OVERTURES lT MOMIN JCiUIINtL (PieiAL Li ilO Wi Frankfort, Germany, June i!2 (vln lndou, 8:45 p, in.) Tho Fiunkfur tor Zeilurift" pulillKhoa nn inspired ar ticle from llerlln dunylne poult Ively ruinora which are IicIhk clrculalcd In certain qiinrtora nt Horllii Hint ni'Ko tlatlona urn under way looking to the iui.L'li.nlon of poace with Kutmia, According to theao ruinora, Uuh- iii n cinlmui li h of hlilh birth vinited liliii ami the luudiuartvra at the front. Thvae reprcavntatlvoN evpn nieiitluned the conilllloiiH under which It wan said ItuaHla wixhed to tnuke peace. The ltorlln vorrvapondent of the Zeltunit miya he ia in a position to atntfi there la not a word of truth In these report; that no Kutwian ciiiIh aarlea of any aort havo vlwlted lierlln and that no attemplH have lueii made to git in touch with (lertnnn official cirvle for the initiation of auch neo. tin tam. The aanie poHitive denial ia alven to ruinora of peace proceed lima w hich were circulated following the recent peace conference of the international eotiKrena of women nt Tho UnKue. A (i(H)i iinvt; When It Comis Along Don't lH It f;'t Away front Voti. "I really feel that It It hardly prowl Mo to on)' loo much In favor of Grape Nuta as a health food," wrltca a Chi cago lady. "For V or 10 yenra I had Buffered from lndlentlon and chronic constipa tion, caUHcd by the continued uao of eoflee and rich, henvy fotwist, Mv ail ment made my life so wretched that 1 wa cUKer to try anything that held out a promote of help. And that ia how I happened to buv a p.ickiiKO of (Jrapo-NutH food lam aprlna. ' That ended iny expei Imenta For In Grape. Nuts I round exactly what 1 wanted and needed. From the day I began to line It 1 noticed an improve ment and In a very row weeks 1 found tty heulth waa boln realured. "My digestive apparatus now work perfectly and chronic constipation ha been entirely relieved. 1 have gained In weight materially, and lite la n very pleumint thiriK to mv o long a I use Grape-Nut onea or twice tt day. I hav found by experience that If I leave It off for a few duya toy health auffer. "A phyalolan In our town has great auccena In treating atornach troublea, and the aocret of It la that he puts U patieot on Urape-.Nuta food it alway briiiBH back the power of diKeatlon." Name given by Foctum Co., liaitle Creek. Mich. Kead "The Itoad to Well villa." In pkga. "Thcre a a Heaaon." Kw read th above leltrr? A m"vr on apMara from time to lime, Ttiry are gi-uuim-, tnio, and full of human iotcrcM. ANGLES ESTATE OF 1000,000 UBEIIMTERHkL WAR NARROWLYAVERTEO AT AGUA PRIETA Artillery nnd Infantry Draw Up in Battle Lino and Are Pro vented From Fighting by General Callcs, . III (..NIH. JOU.NAt IMCIU lt.D Wl HoiikIum, All'., June 22. Internal warfare between the artillery and in fantry of the I'lnTniim gurrlHon at Anna l'rleta, wan preveiitcil Sunday by General I'iiIIch, who placid him hi If between the opposing forced n bout to line up for a lltsht and ipilolod tlio wralh of the would-be belliK'r eiitH, nccordlng to word received here today. I.leiileimiit AMuierro, com uiandluK the artillery, celcbi iiled IiIk birthday at the bairai ka by ordering the band to play a Ntlrrlng nmrch which had been censored by the t.'ar ran.a oftli lala liecuuue It waa named "Maytorena" after tho Villa governor of Hoiiora. I.ieulenani Colonel c m (ialve ordered AKulerro to command the band to ceaKe playing tho tabooed air. Agulerre refuaed linllKnnntly und after firing xliota from an automatic revolver, which fell nei.r ruaca of Khrapnil nnd ciiiih of nitroglycerine, ordered (ho nun lilne guna and can non aliillotied o ua to awcep the HtreolH, It Ih Hiild. Galvcs had gathered the Infantry force anil wua preparing to march down tho at root to huIhIiih the Inmib ortlliiiitn otTlcer when General CiiIIon, hutleaa iiml t'oalleii, ran two block and threw hlionelr between the op- poKllig force. CuIIoh poured oil on III" (loilbled water by orilering the band to play the forbidden iiiiihIc and ent the eol ilii th to the liarrackN. Chicago, June 22. An Impromptu tllNctiMHlon of temperance waa erected with cheer by delegate to the eleventh annual convention of the ad verting club of tho World here to day. "Tho appluiiHO given the bleu of tem perance by the country' ndvertlalng men I aignlflcnnt of the national trend of thouaht." commented II. H. Iloua ton of New York, whoae name ha been montloned next prealdcnt of tho noclated club. 'ThcHo men are In cIoho touch with public feeling and denire more than any other clas except new.ipaper men. They reflect a general tate of mind on a grave problem and conclualona may be drawn from their attitude." Henry 1. Kl n brook of New York nclded to the comment. "If it bo true that accredited church organ are not a careful an the acrulur pre In what they publish," he aald, "and that Ihoy accept advertlalng rejected by their worldly conlemiorarl then they have much to learn from tmwlneaa in tlm matter of every day mora la and ethic." In Iho newspaper section, the fol lowing atandard of practice was adopted. It roprpHont the alum and purpose of most of the newspaper of the United Slate. The atandard binds tho members: "To make none but true statements of circulation. "To maintain advertising rate a published. "To reject fraudulent advertising. 'To oppoMo free publicity." Interest developed among the dele gate In the possibility of a contest on tho floor of the convention Thuraday when a successor I to bo chosen to I resident William Woodheud of Han Francisco. Houston was the most prominently mentioned candidate, but there wa growing talk of a stampede for George W. Coleman of Huston. Georgo H. Thomas ,,f pallus, Toxaa, Is Muted for vice president and A. S. Floreu will be re-elected secretary and treasurer, APPEALS FOR BETTER GUARDING OF HEALTH IKY MnNKtNd JOURNAL SrctAL LCAMO WISH San Ki.iiicImo, Ji 22. That the rural local health administrations are the Weakest links In Hie chain of na tional defenae against diaenae Was the statement made today In n paper read by lir. John W. Kerr of Wash ington, 1. C, before the sixty-sixth annual convention of the American Medical association. Ho pointed out the three 1'io.uialtoa of iuliiiia'.e health admlnl'tratlon a being wiser legislation, sufficient funds and efficient health organisa tion. Failure to provide a separate full-time hinllh officer, ho said, fro tucntly resulted in dissipation of au thority and abortive efforts along pub lic health lines. Full-time health offl cera in all communities he considered the. most urgent public need. The so-eulbd "twilight sleep" method of childbirth waa endorsed by Dr. John (. Folak of Brooklyn, N. Y. Dr. Carl II. Davis of Chicago read a paper iM iting forth the advantage' of nitron oxide and oxygen analgesia instetrlc over I lie FrelhorM method. Io,m- to settle Willi Visitor. New York, June 22. A further ex tension to Juno 30, has been granted by the Missouri pacific director to owners of the one-year note which matured June 1, last. 1 is understood that of tho total issue of approxi mately 125.000, 010. mime I22.260.0rt0 has been deposited under the plan to extend payment for another year. TEMPERANCE UP FOR DISCUSSION IN AD MEETING E TO EUROPE IS .5. According to Holland News paper, Washington Advised ; Great Britain Against Ac cepting Mikado's Aid, IK HOHHINA JOUftMAL PICIAk tflASIO WIKI1 Tho MiiKiie, June '11 (via. Uindon, 10:4U l). in.) The llandelahUid, In It edition of today, iixxert that Japan wa prevented from wending throe hundred thoiiHund troop to Furope a the rexolt of an unofficial hint to (.rent lirltain from Wunlilngton that Riich expedition would bo undoHlrnble. The neWHpaper declarea that a Jap i.iiokc army of that MtrciiKth wuh land oil In Manchuria where it wa drilling preparatory to departure for the Ku ropean battlefield, hut that Great Brit ain, after receiving the intimation from tho Fulled State, Informed To klo that Hho wa "aorrry, but under American preaaure, must reiiuent that the JapanoHo govoriinieiit do nothing further concerning the deputch of an lyppilllion corpa to Europe." "After thlf," the llundelHblad con clude, "the JapanoHo army disappear ed from Mnnchiiria probably much to the relief of Great l'.ritaln which ha never dealred Japanese participation In the fighting in F.urope." WASIIINfiTON MAKI.M NO COMMFNT OV KTOItY Washington, June 22. Government i fflclulH tunlght heard without com ment of tho article published in tho lianilelslilad asserting that an unoffi cial hint from Washington to London Mucked plan of Japan for sending an expedition of 300, (Hill men to partici pate 111 (he European war. Neither confirmation nor denial of the slory wii.h lo bo bad. It Is known that there were exchange between the American and llrlllsh governments while the recent Japanese-Chinese ne- aotlatlon wore In progress, but their r.uturfi waa kept aecret at the time and official are not inclined now to olseii what took place at that criti cal period. The Fnlti'd State knew that Japan had at least 100,1)00 men In Manchu ria when she wa waiting for China's reply to her demand. It wo gener ally understood here, however, that the army was there for effect upon China and to be ready for aervli In the event of a rupture between Taklo land Peking, All report from Toklo have Indicat ed thut Japan ha not been called up on for u, Kuropean expedition and has not considered sending one. The ltu atlon in tho Far Fast u well a the condition of Japan's treasury has been regarded a making auch a develop ment highly unlikely at the present stage of the Kuropean atrugglo. WILL STOP DISORDERS IN TURBULENT HAITI IBT MOANING JOURNAL AAICIAL LIASIO WIAII Washington, June 22. Hear Ad miral Capcrton, with his flagship the armored cruiser Washington, was or dered from Vera Crux to Cape Haltlen today to relieve the marines landed there last week by tho French cruis er lies Carlos to preserve order. Tho Washington carrlca 500 bluejacket and 2H0 marines available for shore duly, Haiti is turbulent again as the re sult of the recent overthrow of Presi dent Sam the little republic' eighth executive In seven years -by revolu tionist under Dr. Itesolvo Hobo, lle portH to Washington told or shooting In the aired of Cape llaltieii and of the killing of nativcH charged with pillaging. n his arrival at Capo Haltlen, however, Admiral Capcrton will ex presH the appreciation of the Wash ington government fur tho prompt action of the French commander, and the French marines, probably will be withdrawn, leaving the policing the town to American sailors. of GERMAN-AMERICAN WOMAN HELD AS SPY lav MOSNINa JOURNAL aAlCIAt. LIAIKO WISKJ Frbatia, ., Juno 22. Anna Hoff man, aged .'!", dauahler of Mr. Kate Hruiiottc of this city, is under arrest la Fngland as a German spy, it be came known today when her sister, Mrs. C. F. McFarlan, here, received a letter from Miss Hoffman, asking as sistance In securing h r release. The letter said she was being held In llollouay prison, that she had been employed In a hotel In London and that tho authorities excuse their ac tion on the grounds she was known to be of Gormun descent. An appeal ha been made to Acting Secretary of State Lansing. PLAN TO LOOT STORES OF MEXIC0C'ITY BALKED .Woe I ii ted Vreim Cwrrenpnailenee.) Mexico City, June 7. Socialist yesterday attempted to hold a narade and mass meeting, which they an nounced would be a hunger strike. The authorities nreccnleil fha rlomun. tralion, although tho entire city had ooen placarded with posters an nouncing tho event. According to these advert Iscmeiits, the orators of the occasion were planning to ask the poor to break Into all establishment where food wa stored that It might bo distributed. I TO SLKK.P WF.I.L IN SIMMER. Slight inflammation of tha bron chial tube cause a distressing cough and makes refreshing sleep Impossi ble. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound cover raw. Inflamed, irritated sur faces with a soothing, healing coat ing and stops that annoying tickling-, relieving tha racking, tiring cough. Take this splendid cough medicina with you on summer trips. It 1 goo4 for coughs, colds, croup, bronchial af fection and la grippe cough. Sold verywhara. JP PEDITION BLOCKED BY U ARGUMENTS FOR AND AGAINST IN F Forty-one Western Railroads Contend Earnings Arc Not Keeping Up' With Required Annual Expenditures, 1ST MOMNINS JOURNAL SPKCIAL LIAIIO WlMtl Washington. June 22. opposing views i.r the effect of the proposed In crease in freight rate in western ter ritory were laid before the Interstate Commerce commission today by repre sentative of the railroads and inter ested shipper and state railroad com mission. V. ('. Wrlgbl, representing many In terested roads, mailt- the only argu ment In their behalf today which touched financial condition. Clifford Thorne, representing several abate railway commissions and association pposeil to the Increase, replied. Composite Picture ;ivcn. Mr. Wright maintained that condi tion would bo fairly shown by Inking forty-one road in western territory and using them to give a composite picture. He ald this picture showed thnt labor cost, laxe and cost of main tenance all are Increasing anil that the only way In which the railroads can meet these increases, unless they re duce the number of trains, I increas ing their rotes. Ho declared that there would be "much wild talk" about the present case be ing unsupported hy evidence, but that the railroad expected the commission to reach a conclusion on tlm record nnd tho facts. "Some folks," replied -Mr, Thorne, "have different Ideas on these Issue. These gentlemen have come before you with a selected list of railroads and nothing else. They have taken a half dozen of the subsidiary companies of tho Southern Pacific railroad ami put them In their forty-one roads and left the Southern Pacific out. These subsidiaries are earning deficit and the Southern Pacific 1 one of the best properties In the west." Mr. Thorne also said the currier had failed to include. In their compo site 111 tho Great Northern, Northern Pacific nnd Union Pacific roads on tht ground that these were transcontinen tal line, nllhough the Atchison, To peka nnd Santa Fe, a transcontinental road, had been included. He assorted that tlio present reueat for nn in crease was but an entering wedge and that If tho contention of the railroads that the book 'cost was the real value of a road nnd that seven per cent was th fair return on such value, was held to bo sound doctrine, the people of the country Would find themselves In a feW year paving increased rates amounting to $r.im. 000,000 annually. The hearing I rxpectod to continue the remainder of the week. RE1GHT HEARING Prince Albert will give you a new idea of how good tobacco can be! : t V 2 J! ---TPrv X NT say festal E IRE EFFORT TO F Jury Is Secured to Pass Upon Sanity of Slayer of Stanford White; More Than Fifty Witnesses Summoned, lt MONNINfl JOURNAL IPtCIAL LIAUD WISH New York, June 22. Harry K. Thaw's seventh attempt to gain his freedom since his arrest nine years ago this month for the murder of I Stanford White, was begun, here to- day with the Hi lectlon of u Jury to in- oiilrc iiu In hlu snllit V. If Iho jurors decide In his favor and Justice ) lend rick, presiding, who has Iho power to reverse their ver dict, accepts II, Thaw will obtain per uana nt release from tin.' ' Mat tea an insane asylum, where ho was Incar cerated after being admitted of mur der at bis second trial, find from which ho escaped In 1913. Tomorrow John 1!. Slam hlleld, hi attorney, will outline hi case and the taking of testimony will begin. ThaW has about (ifty witnesses, Including a number of alienists, to prove that he Is now sane and milled to hi free dom ami the stale nls. has a largo number to testify against him. Among the latter probably will be William Trovers .Jerome, Thaw' prosecutor at .hi previous trial. Thaw said after the jury wa fompleld that he was entirely satisfied, with it. "They ore an Intelligent body of men," he said, "and I will have'little difficulty in convincing iliem that 1 am a nane a lin y me." Although Thaw sat at the counsel table, he took small part In picking hi Jurors. On only one ooenaJon did he overrule the opinion of his counsel and cause the challenge of a tales-, man. Ho appeared to be In high spir its nnd frequently joked with news paper men. Crowds thronged the corridors of the court room all day seeking ad mission, but were told thut no spec tators would Im admitted while the selection of the Jury was going on. ENGLISH POET SUED FOR ALLEGED COMMISSION Cambridge, Mass., June 22. A civil action for the collection of a commis sion alleged to be duo to a local lec ture bureau caused the nominal de tention for a short time yesterday of Alfred Noyes, who is attending the Harvard cominencemeiit exercise. Today tho Knglish poet Is under bond of $200 to uPP"r in court. Tho action was brought by Mrs. A. C. Barrel!, who reported that the do fendnnt was likely to leave the Mute Unless held by legal procedure. yooftfyonrsapply of Princt Albert at any store anywhtrt that ttllt tobacco. Toddv red baa tidv red tin: 10c: TR1DEGINS0NE CAIN EEDI handsome pound and half-pound tin humidor t and-' that nifty pound crystal-flat Aomi dorwiththeponge moutener top that keeps P. A. at the perfect point from the time yom lift the lid to the Uut jimmy pipeful ( Make It Easier For Baby in Summer Many of the Hot-Weather Troubles Can Easily Be Avoided. If the mother will oo to it thnt the bowels are kept regular, much of the lllniss to which children are most sus ceptible during hot weather run bo prevented. A mild laxative, administered lit regular Interval, will prove an excel lent preventive of mwniuer complaint that are caused by Inactive bowels. The combination of simple laxative herb with pepsin, sold In drug stores under the name of Dr. Caldwell' Kyrup Pepsin. Is excellent for chil dren, being pleasant to the taste, gen tle yet positive in fiction, and free from opiate or narcotic drug of any description. It acts naturally, with out griping or other discomfort, and Is altogether dependable. The ch a. using of the bowels will most effectively check an attack of diar rhoea by expelling the foreign matter und poisons that irritate and Inflame the tissue. CONGRESSMAN WANTS I NEUTRALITY VIOLATED' 11V MORNINa JOURNAL RPCCIAL LIASfO WIR St. Louis, Juno 22. Congressman , L. C. Dyer of the Twelfth Missouri! district, today wrote a letter to Presi- : dent Wilson urging him to call a pc- i elal session of the sixty-fourth con-1 gross to enable Iho enactment of a' law prohibiting the exportation of war ; material to any lelligerent country j (Idling tho continuance of the present Kuropean war. Mr. Dyer In tho litter says It is his; opinion that the manufacture and sale of linn should lie placed under the supervision of the government and ; that "it should ho made impossible for i other nation to carry on war with lhi help of the American people." ' ' l'OWDKH IN SHOIIS AS WKLL AS UUSS Font -Ease to lie Added to Equipment of Moapital t'urpa at Eort Wayne. Under the above heading tha Detroit Frtt 1'reM, among other things says; "Tha theory is that soldiers whose feet are In good condition can walk further and faster than soldiers who have corns and bunions incased in rawhide. The Government' foot powder order is regarded as the lust word in theacientiiio outtittintc of the defender of the flag." The Euglidh, French and Allied Troops constantly muke use of Allen's Foot-Ease. It take the friction from the shoe and rests the foot. This foot powder, shaken into the shoes of soldiers, has long been ia use in the German army, and Uncle Barn's adoption of thi form of treating and eaing the feet, emphasizes the testi mony of the millions of people the world over, who are shaking- Allen' Foot F.aBe, the antisejitio powder, into their shoes, and using it in the foot bath, a the only practical and lasting treatment for easing and absolutely preventing sore feet. If you are one of thousands of men who have put your pipe under cover so you can forget your sore tongue and parched throat, gef it out quick! For here's smoke freedom for every man who's fond of a pipe, and cigarette-makin's freedom for every man who likes to roll his own if you'll be sporty enough to follow suit and lay a-short bet on the national joy smoke i all over the nation all over the . world, in fact have so and to-dav P. oeiore, between and after meals I You pipe and cigarette-makin's-shy men should realize how different Prince Albert must be to hit the taste of men everywhere. The patented process fixes that and cuts out the bite and parch. Get a slant at how cheerful it is to smoke all the tobacco you want and smoke as long as you want without your tongue even grumbling. Men, that pipe and cigarette joy's yours sure as you're alive if you'll get your tidy red tin or toppy red bag of P. A. right away and go to it like little folks beat it to a circus parade can 't-help.it-like! R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.. Winston-Salem, N. C .Jr.' In every homt, a bottle of Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin should be on hand, ready for use when occaion re r;ii I re. It costs only t ifty cent a bot tle and I sold In drug tore every. ' where. A free trial bottle can be nil. talned bv writing to Dr. W. It. Cnld. well, 4H3 Washington St.. Mimtlcelln, WAR SERIES OF THE New York Times MID-WEEK PICTORIAL Ten earliest available numbers, Nos. 3 to 12, (1 and 2 being out of print), IniiiihI in I took form. 1 nl ores! ing rotogravure reproductions of the Kuro pean War scenes from ac tual pliotograpbs make tbis Imok a valuable acquisition at the moderate price of ONE DOLLAR Sent by mail to any ad dress on receipt of price. THE NEW YORK TIMES Times Square, New York BALDRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY PAR0ID ROOFING with 15 year guarantee taken the friendlv A. is their standard