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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23,1915.
FIVE T AUSTROBERMANS ITALIANS IE BLUEBEARD M H L E M BERG SEVERE CHECK QW ON TRIAL OR SLAVS RETREAT 91121 RIVER KILLING wlES Teutonic Forces Are Close Enough to Galician Capital to Throw Shells Into It, Re port Says, tar MOHNtN JOUaNAL eraciAL I S.ltf MK) A ii "HI" ii llcal(iiaitiT-i, J ii n,. 22 (via London, June 2:1, 1:35 a. m.) Deapite the IlUHHlan reslHtunce, the Kenerul Auxtrian advance In Ciiillcla continues :U the normal daily pace. The Austro Ocrniun troops have sw ept through the advanced Russian portions before limners; and are now within artillery ratiKe of the city. The Humans uloni? the whole line lire abandoning as much Galician ter ritory each day before the energetic offensive an their Infantry can cover In twenty-four hours marching. The normal rate of thin advance has been checked only on the lower San river. The IliiHHlans here defended the Slenl awa positions against the Hssuulte of Archduke Francis Joseph's army un til the last possible moment, and re tired only when the front farther to south had been broken. Their tena city enabled the disrupted troops to the southward to make a fairly credit able retreat to the fortified lines some distance In the rear. As a consequence, however, a big lmle has been made between the two Tlusslun armies which are now fight ing Heparately and are unable to ef fect a Junction on this side ot the Rus sian frontier. Russian prisoners explain that the comparatively small booty In artillery was due to the orders from Russian headquarters to the battery command ers to save the guns at all hazards. Bat. tery commanders were informed that they would be held personally respon sible for the loss of every gun. 4,000,01)11 Tia'TOXS NOW n;inix; iu ssiaxs Loudon, June 22 (11:20 p. m.) A Router despatch from Petrograd says It is estimated that there are 2,000,000 Austrians and Germans on the 100 mile front from the lower Tanew to .Mikolalow and 4 50,000 along the Dniester front. GREAT RR1TAIN Austrian Positions Declared Practically Impregnable and Assailants Are Beaten in Bloody Battle, IBV MOSNINS JOUNMAl PCCIHk II1MO WtB) Berlin (via London, Juno 22 (11:52 p. ni.) Dispatches from the Italian front report serious reverses experi enced by the Italians during the last four days In their attempts to storm tbe Austro-Hungarian line along the Isonzo river, u few miles from the Italian frontier. The attacks, the reports say, were preceded by three days of terrific bombardments. The Italians then In thick lines of skirmishes, one behind another, charged repeatedly up the heights, the summits of which were held hy the Austrians, only to lie mowed down by rifle and machine gun fire. The uttacks were repeated six times in two days .and each time are de clared to have been repulsed with heavy losses. The attackers left large numbers of dead between the lines, and manv wounded could be seen making their way painfully down the rocky and precipitins slopes. Austrian women and Rids ure dis tinguishing tnemselvis by carrylnu water and food to the army positions, which at eome places are at an alti tude of 3,600 feet, and also by at tending the wounded. Kugetie Leiihoff, a newspaper cor respondent, telegraphs an account of the Austrian fortifications on the south Tyrol front which he was -permitted to vinlt. The Austrian, he a'. not content with entrenching on the surface, have blasted galleries In the Interior of the mountain summits which end in chambers for the artil lery. "The muzzles of the gun," the cor respondent adds, "thus peep through concealed lopp holes In the vertical cliffs from positions utterly inacces sible to the enemy. The infantry po sitions are similarly blasted into the face of the cliffs and are virtually im pregnable. The Italians on this front arc devoting their efforts to bringing up heavy artillery and building of roads, and therefore have not launch ed a vigorous offensive." George Joseph Smith Charged With Death of Three Wom en, Each of Whom Died in Bathtub, MEMS TO STARVE (V MOMNINO iOUMNAL BriCIAi. LIAMO WIHII London, June 22 (7:07 p. m.) The foreign office delivered today to Am bassador Page for transmission to Washington a memorandum explan atory of the eff irts by the British government to mitigate the hardships suffered by neutral traders on ac count of the order,- in council and oth cr'war measures affecting their inter ests, The memorandum, although not a reply to the American contraband notes, gives a summary of the meas ures adopted by England with the purpose of enforcing, with as little friction as possible, her policy of abutting off Germany from the rest of the world. The. foreign office setn forth methods whereby neutrals may trade wilhuut coming IntJ conflict with these regulations. I The . text of the note will not bo published here until it is given out In Washington. r!a;j:;;;!!;;;S;i:y!!:!! GOLF CHAMPION GIVEN TERRIFIC BATTLE BY PACIFIC COAST CHAMP let aoniM Jocenat. eMcui. to " Philadelphia, June 22. Jerome J). Travers, open gold champion of the United State." was given a terrific bat tle today by F. C. Newton of New York, former Pacific Coast champion, in the second round of match play for the Lynnewood halt cup on the course at the Huntingdon Valley Country' club. Travers nulled out a victory of the last five holes by the narrow margin of 3 up und 2 to play, wost oi win bad luck seemed to follow Newton, in- eluding unintentional Interference by a spectator, but despite this ne muue the veteran work tiara lor victory. The greater part of the match was played In a driving rain storm. IB. MOHNIN JOUMNAl PICIAL ICAMB WINC London. June 22 (!':4i p. m.) George Joseph Smith was placed on trial for his life In Old Lallcy today. He is charged with the murder of three women, with all of whom he went through the marriage ceremony and all of whom were found dead In bath tuba under almost Identical cir cumstances. The case has come to be known through the kingdom as the "brides In bath" case and promises to be the most notable murder trial here since that of Dr. t'rippen. The proceedings today consisted of the selection of a Jury and the open ing address of tin- prosecutor who re lated the circumstances of the deaths of Smith's wives. Beatrice Mundy, Alice Burnhain und Margaret Lofty The details of the brides' deaths as related by Prosecutor Bodkin were identical with the evidence given at the preliminary hearing and disclosed thut inlth, under the name of John Lloyd, niurrled Margaret Lofty at a registry office at Bath In November, 1914. The couple cume to London the same day and the next morning the bride was found dead in her bath. A verdict of accidental deuth was re turned. Later it was ascertained that Llovd was not the husband's name and be was arrested and Identified, accord ing to the police, as George Joseph Smith, who in November, 1I3, had married at Portsmouth, Alice Burn ham. She had been found dead in her bath a, month after the ceremony. His marriage to Beatrice Mundy in July, 1912, was also traced. The prosecutor declared that the motive for the alleged murders was the greed for money which Smith would obtain from the insurance on the women's lives. In this wav, said the nrosecutor. Smith had obtained 2,800 (J14.000) and was In a lair way to obtain 700 more when he was arrested. , i SCOTTISH RITE MASONS ELECT CLASS OFFICERS ttPI'JIAt OUPAICM TO MONIN JOUSNALJ Santa Ke, June 22. The Masonic class of 34 candidates taking ' the higher degrees at the Scottish Kite ca thedral today elected George Itosllng ton, of Albuquerque, president; James S. MucTavish, of Magdalenu, vice piesidcnt; Frank V. Nelson, of Sierra, secretary and treasurer, and Robert M. Ames, of San Marclal, orator. Jesse Nusbaum, of the School of American Archaeology, today took the class photograph. Tonight a dance, reception and pip" organ recital by J. A. Jeancon, of Colo rado Springs, were given In honor of the visitors at the cathedral, Tomor row evening tne eigmeemn reiui-mi for the Orient of New Mexico closes with the conferring of the thirty-second degree. The members of tbe East ern Star , are serving luncheon each noon. Make Arrangements Now for Your Summer Outing NEARLY ALL RESIDENTS OF THIS SECTION ANTICIPATE VISITING THE VARIOUS CALIFORNIA PLACES OF INTER EST THIS SUMMER READ THE FOLLOWING ANNOUNCEMENTS OF CALIFORNIA'S LEADING HOTELS, APART MENT HOUSES, HEALTH, BEACH AND MOUNTAIN RESORTS AND MAKE EARLY RESERVATIONS. FREE INFORMATION BUREAU AT OFFICE OF THIS PUBLICATION pi H 9. ' " " ly I H "a l ,r'l"lT.. 1 III I , Iflltr. U'l-lll.-l.-W A.. A. R.l. J .1 I 5?TfT 555 ROOMS-ALL WW. VOJR'' PRIVATE BATH Tw fyi'All lr FIIROPFAM PI AM ,B"BH',BB 14 (ninenli nl f All ..... ..r 11 l0MMMW i ' " r ,hI'13 Free Auto Bus Meets All Trains J V j VJKif X t. Kj'tljS ' ) JS, rrFi.;ii.., .ill... u i;; nP mi .i.y f" l"iiw HIT H'lir-JT"1;;"" "' 1! ' 8,' :, T "' 'I' !l I 'I,,'?'", "''"'V.fJ 'I vz. :JrA r' r-4iirilltlt' llK4t. IIP.tl.TII ASM KJTRF. TH KKKORT. Visit thl ilfllnhliiil BHMinWn rwrt mm enmr n ninny nnnn.Mi. Invlgorallnc drlliihla. Altit-nla !. Urt. gilen,ll,l tr-Mil llliln, trn nl. misuitnln clliiil'lng. On-n air iliin. "my IM-mIIiiiii Arwnaln n.Hiri.l Hteam rnrn in witrl., Mini h.itha. Moitrrn Amrrlcsn plan hii Irt Knt mvn tnlila iirndiiita. On four trnnprtiitl,in llnrt. Ihr h,Min from t Amtrlea. Hiimiiiar mt. Writ for iMM.hlet. AddrM Arroii liesd 1. 0. II PAAHFNA SOUTHERN CAUFOWNIAr Ml ' TOST BEAUTML LOSWCLES SUBURBAN HOTL ..... ..,..., h,i.lrv nur auinmer hniilnniirtrra, lie) Keen tha 1 monntHlna anil m. Only fw inlimtr. rl.le from lirarl ,,f I.m AiMirle.. f t X "r"! la In .Ii.ee. f Interr... Al....lH., ly llrrpr,N.I r..ir....r. i .ll.n. Oprn nil yrr KM 5. lo.lrt l... mi.. KmwIuI wei-kly snd nM.nlloy 1 rwlea. Kkiwllmt eulliw. Write for tim.klet. m inWWnWWWWH INDIANA TRIES 10 CLEANSE HER DIRT! POLITICS COULD NOT STAND ON FEET Mr$. Baker So Weak-Cou!d Not Do Her Work Found Relief In Novel Way. Adrian, Mich, - " I suffered terribly With female weakness and backache and I got so weak that I could hardly ao my work. When I washed my dishes I had to sit down and when I would Bweep the floor I would get ao weak that I would have to get a drink every few minutes, and before I did my dustine I would have to lie down. I got so poorly that my folks .thought I was fcoing into consumption. One day I found a piece of paper blowing around the yard and I picked it up and read it It said Saved from the Grave,' and told what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Comnound hs done for women. I showed it to my husband and he said, ' Why don't you try itt ' So I did, and fter I had taken two bottles I fejt better and I said to my husband, 'I don't need any more,' and he said 'You had btter take it a little longer anyway. So I took it for three months and got well and strong." Mrs. ALONZO E. Baker, 9 Tecumseh St, Adrian, Mich. Not Well Ewoutrh to Work. In these words is hidden the tragedy of many a woman, housekeeper or wBge arner who supports herself and is often helping to support a family, on meagre wages. Whether in house, office, fac tory, shop, store or kitchen, woman should remember that there is one tried and true remedy for the ills to which all women are prone, and that is Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It Promotes that vigor which makes work sy. The Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. ill AUDITORIUM HOTEL 1 11 Til AM) OI.lt K TS.. I.OX AM.I I KN. KfH.HiUIn 1(M.i.llful IVnt.nl lurk. Kviry m.Mlnrn B.r.nm.,Mlll..ni riirnUli.-.! f..r uUnliile romlnrlt luria lolihir ami rlni iwrlnra. I. .rial totimnirr rutrM. IV r. (.KI.KN, MHrniiirr. vaturoathic1nstittiff W'; California 3.c L.-.J; -x ' t T,,K l-TKIT N'ATt lt.H, AM WIKSTIMO . r. I II 1 ? i, H; i..nwwr, ..... HnrdUI. ivn.njll', 0.ilhy, Ihlrnnraillo, I l.. lrl ll In nil IU hmnrliiMi. Orllimwillc-Niir-aerr, lllilnillirriiithyl Knrlit, rrlfwnily, Hrhmth, knliiip. Mrillrlniil llmli", lii.liillii llrrhnl, Mini, t iny hi.iI Niiuhrlm Hi.lt.. dun anil Air Hiilh. I'lillrnl"' rfMima are out'ltla and ftiinnv nml urn alrnm hn.lptl. -rit'OC'Alli.1 ( iirnpr. Al I. OTIliai r,K TrnmlM . LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA rtt; S ik.'- fintMl AVR. TAH I' .. Dour, lllll Hn. (.niiiil Ayr. Ir. Carl Mrhnlli. I'm. SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY FOR MEN AND BOYS Learn autaroubilo repnirina nd orivlng on up-lo-dnte cars; also electricity; in the bent-equipped Garage. Cpert initructore. Koom and Dro wnue laarninc. Many pewitionaaecured. Oat.li.ilua Iree. special .aie. ; for Cxpoilion monlha. Oldet achool in United aialee. NATIONAL SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING. 211012 WEST 7TH. uob I I III " MM 1 - I'lkJfcl.MrCTrJZ.tfH. J HERCELENE APTS. inn M. I Limit M. I a Ansi-lpa. IiiixiirluiiHly ftiriiMii'tl; a lileli KtMiiiliinl of N-rvl-; iikmI.tii ; diiiuhi' inriit nml hillliiril roiinm; rlovntor; nil liiliriirliiiii i-nr wtiIih lit mr very .liH.r. 'I'wh nml lhr(-rom hiiIIc. Hi'iiiiimlilo rat ci ty tliu Uiiy, wcrk or iiiniitli. lav monino jouawL aptcii n wiaai Indianapolis, Ind., June 22. Not half of the 128 men indicted by the Marlon county grand jury here today on charges of conspiracy to commit felonies such ah are defined by the election laws of the state and the laws aguinpt bribery and blackmail hud surrendered to Sheriff George V. Cof fin and given bond tonight. ThomiiH Taggart, democratic na tional committeeman for Indiana; Jos eph E. liell, mayor of Indianapolis; enmiiRl V. rerrott. chief of police. and Robert W. Met.ger, republican member of the board of public wufety, however, were among the firnt to ae Unow ledge service in the case and give surety. The bonds of those who surrender ed ranged from $2,500 to $10,000. Mr. Taggart and Mayor Hell tonlylit pro claimed their innocence and anserled they had committed no crimes for which they should ue inuicieu. The Indictment which if In 48 ..mint, and covers 228 typewritten pages, charges that the conspiracy- be-, gun prior to the primary of May 5, 1914, and extended through the elec tion of November 3, 1914. It charges Illegal voting, intimidation, false reg istration, padding the taMy sheets, stuffing the ballot boxes, illegal ma .inniiiiinn nf votinif machines, black mailing of saloon keepers and resort owners, bribery and vote buying. Conviction ot the charge of conspir acy to commit a felony or felonies car lies with it a fine of not less than lu nor more than $3,000 and imprison ment of not less than two years or more than 14 years. Deputy tJaiiw W ajdciis. Santa F, June 22. Deputy Gam a and l is!) Warden Camillo Pa-h'H to ri., r r,..m..nted the following deputies Karl . fenyder, HachHa, virant ,.,...nu-t c. Hediick, Las Rin.mas. ci.r,, ,.r.:inv: II. O. NorrK H". e, t.-,ih.. r,.n:v'r Edward F. Schmidt, Chlir'de- Sierra county, and J. A. Furrell, Kncino, Torrance county. GENTRIES EGGS. Freiher, cleaner, better. Every on candled, ataroped and uarntf,f Sold by Jaffa, Maioy. Hawkln AUTOMOBILE LICENSES REFLECT PROSPERITY te'ICIOL OiaPAICH TO MoaNINa JOURNAL Riinta Fe, June 22. The prosperity of New Mexico Is reflected according to some, or the tightness of money is explained according to others, by the fact that the number of automo biles in the state has Increased almuM 60 per cent since a year ago today. The number of licenses issued !)' Secretary of State Antonio Lucero for 1915 to date Is 3,751, or one auto mobile for each 100 inhabitants, as against 2,425 on the same date last year. Movies for lCvcrjr .School, S.mta. Fe, June 22. The probabili ty of each school room In New Mex ioc having a motion picture outfit costing not more than $150 and yet throwing a higher grade picture on the screen than can be seen in the professional playhouses, was demon strated this evening to the county in stitute and summer school by t J. Kelly, of Kansas City. Five educa tional films of extraordinary clear ness and Intense interest were shown with the apparatus especially devised for public school use. The department of education has given permission fot the purchane. by rural school boards of this appartus, and the pre diction Is made that within two years every school house in New Mexico will be provided w ith a motion picture machine and win receive me regular educational film service, H'ellH-I'urgo ri-oiiM.tloiw. Santa Fe, Juno 22. The state cor poration commission was notified" to day that II. it. Hislop, superintendent of the Wells-Fargo Express company at Kl Paso, has been promoted, effec tive July 1, to superintendent of de ficiency at Tucson. Arl., while ltoute Agent Itoemer, of Phoenix, goes to Kl Faso, and Agent Cox at San Fran cisco succeeds him at Phoenix. A MISTAKE MADE BY MANY. Don't wait for rheumatism to in dicate diseased kldneya. When yon suffer palnfl and aches by day and sleep disturbing bladder weaknega by night, feel tired, nervous and run down, the kidneys and bladder should be restored to healthy, utrong and reg ular action. It ia a mistake to post pone treatment. Foley Kidney Fills put the kldneya in nound, healthy con dition and keep them active and trong. Begin taking today. Good result, follow the first doae. Sold everywhere. The coat la eo little and the reaulta are ao quick and aatlsfactory, Use Journal .want ada, . . SERVE PLENTY OF BREAD on the table If It comes from this bukery, for it will surely b needed. People- Who ordinarily eat only one slictv of average bread invariably trtke two or more when they once taste ours. Suppose you try a loaf or so. Then you'll know why our breud makes trend haters into bread lovers. Pioneer Bakery 107 South First Stre. Cheap Rates to All Eastern Points During the summer months there will be on sale cheap rates to all Eastern Points. Tickets are on mile dally from May 15th to' Sep tember 30th, 1915, and are limited to return on October Sl.'t, 191G, allowing liberal stopovers. The following is a list of the most im portant points: Rt. Paul Minn $60.90 Chicago, 111 $(!0.!0 Denver, Colo $23.70 Pueblo, Colo $18.r. Colorado Springs, Colo. ..$20.75 Montreal, yuo. ... Quebec, Que Washington, O. C. Kvansvlllo, Ind. .. Louisville, Ky. ... Portland, Me Haltlmore, Md. ... Hoston, Mass Minneapolis, Minn. Milwaukee, Wis. . rhono 204. .$92.10 ,.. .$99.45 ,...$74.7G ,...57.70 . . . .$(10.10 ....$97.50 . . . .$74.75 . ...$94.0 . , . .$i;0.9() . . . .$04.30 Kansas City. Mo $44.4(1 St. I-ouls, Mo $52.10 Huffulo, N. Y $79.90 New York, N, Y $S4.05 Niagara Fulls, N. Y $79.90 Cincinnati, Ohio $5.15 Cleveland, Ohio $74.35 Sandusky, Ohio '..$71.05 Toledo, Ohio $9.85 Philadelphia, Pa $79.00 Pittsburgh, Pa $74.25 Ogdeti, Utah $42.60 Halt Lake, Utah $12. 0 P. J. JOHNSON, Agent KAN I'KWnsM) IIOTFIi . y Nearest first Chtt Hotel to ftir Crowds .vtJONROE SACRAMENTO ST. NEAR VAN NFSS AVE. ia imr ni .Sn r rtm ik-o'i iiut.tljic bom. tiiMficta 1 MIN'flTFS trir Ground. 3 UlinUlCJ lo Shoppin Crnler ly t tM, Prlrrl iKMrl Wllh evi-ry aepoinl m-nl (m rtonuirfviiforti. I J 5 outinlc .unity room.. 1'Ibjt lawn It child. rn tdininine. I.umtH-an I 'Uft $1.0 ann up. Amrnran PUn I . HI ami up. Wfily lof oVtrriirtiw pntru!. Uoitn irrivino ill S.n -,nri-o lke a Clif'tmia Tftlirab Co'l HKOWN TAXI utl w, will par the l.re. CaMMamaMBS aju.fl, wwmmmmamMremk ii mi i nil r- --1 ONLY A FEW CAV GO. Those who are so fortunats that ex pense does not have to be considered ! are now going to health resorts to I get rid of the Impurities in the system j that cause rheumatism, backache, molten, Hchlng joints and stiff, puin- ful muscles, it you are one oi tnose who cannot go. yet feel that you need relief from auch pain' and misery, try Foley Kidney pills. They restore the kidneys to healthful activity and make you feel well and strong. Bold every where. 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