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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, MONDAY. AUGUST 2. 1915.
TWO FROM PI L PIT PARKER URGES PREPARED . 1 m imwim ami ANGELES WARMLY 1(1 iidli Destroy Nogafes, Sonorat Fails to Put Damper on En thusiasm Displayed, Nugaloa, Sonoia Mi l, i. IN I 'i'h. enthusiasm i i i 1 1 1 I bill sosnl attention in nolle laid In li 'in ii Carroisa authorities, ivsriiing nun combatants iu Hii i. efty, u ih forces unit, i 0( n r Kites Calls, now Investing Nogatea ni to a tr Ihr town In ii few days lii-iHiul An gales arrived tht morning in Nogulr Aiu. f nitu Waahlton, D C H .n mil at tin international bounder) Hn b Governor Joe Heyturens and ihr letter's entire etaff civil and imii trv. miii escorted between line ol soldiers to the governor's resident! several block fcwtj Anirrlrsn i rH Itrvtce men met tin n.iln on whii h General hkiI' iiirlvi-il ill tin' boundary Inn A I ing ufiiriiiiH. Angeles, mil lead i revolutionary movement, with Villa an k "in! nil in chirr. ibkiic ii t Oan rul nhri'K"ii and Iturtfta, i",th or Whom at repot lad here to have aban doned i ut raniut or to b ready to 'In ao Hul l. I'll- whose SOW at operatl lot been In Slniiloii, fr."in iillv him been reported i ii n ull to naslat Collea, but navcr hu sppaarsd, I'ltl A l l M III IMS Ml I ltll Kt (Ml IMIsI II Iioh Anacli'M, Aug 1 Btiioeni Uuiiirn. private Qanofavl Oarrnnaa, who to Vara I'rua nfin an of rondltloaja 10 Monor liilMa," EC' nr. ratal 1 "i in rntumlug Invenatlgatlon In o state- menl i. .nn. ni denied Hun Hhrenoo mid llutldd,. were aifnuYo deaill I'ulillllKii mid loin Hen '''ill"" Allgidea, Villa nrllllcn , oin ma ml, r, tn a new rsvolutlonar) ntuvemeni in Mi xi, o ' Ueneral Angelas la a plot, - am., I artillaryman," tha eiatemenl aaye, 'und u personal and pollllial enenii of Oaaarai Obragon The Angela movement can not la taken Met looaly. a be has lost ail mllUaf) parsojiaHiy in,l what power Io hhd ""t Villa, II he has daSertad lh Vllls i am i '(ieneral rail, m. the larranaa iium ing Mi uuartei aouth I'l I.,.,' ii, i muaillu gnd Oua inu will i it. i ni n I OOl'lc HI i UIUI aOO o ll lln'ci itlin Vii inity Seairh foi Corpse Dufiiia Recent Cloudburst, i 9 ttlftl, fhai th. it in in, dm ret "i fui it husba i ...I .sati.i ahui t now the c beddi .I dri , aas st til in. hion of Hugh Hun V M .f Hugh M ment injarv GREETEDiANOTHER RFVfll T PI ANNFfl to: cmrKMiu'connv jiuuiMiinii u uuui nn irnr n nniir nrn s g g n nn ii ii i i i g a i btLILILU bUlLHLU Rmgland cut i hi . a ni RY QUICKSAND ITALIANS MAKE STEADY GAINS AGAINST ENEMY I vt. i I'lli- IIU - i .tit' : ma tin support ,,r urttlli i p j th nt u hboi hood ol thi ihno the 1 1 1 1 v column again w pleiel) repulsed I' m t hi r In t In nul l h in i In I Mvlnlallonga luppei C'ordevo i m mi 'a infantr) i rlad on lh : ih $h i ip) i y am io I iif k." i in summits of Pew na ai i li Messodl 1 mr troop aut-ci dl i" i nil- i In ' in on I In I .11 AMP "li Ihr 16th H 1 iral ml. i i.ilti ii Willi I In ii Or lup I In rin nn 1 1 ..in I I'laniiint and eastern PI I k ' was fn My lui ' aa ful i" a combined trorital ntin k from Hound., by the elope oi against i alia .1 ad 1 (elm lil'ldr h u riiloino ft i'ii I ' Uttal k elta n ai Km tin iih ki mi daah drh Ina jllli Memi 'O'1 Kl thr point "f Ihr Im) - inl ami 1 dpiiii ma 101 prl 1 trvrn In ink Uffll rl h A In VJ a 1 1 ll i in 111 r contributed to tht 1 aull by an , rr, , 1 iv. (ire which al Oral ra uad the 1 m in i tr'nchej and 1 han wttii lengthened rantv prevented rein- fol 1 inniiH fi inn rotllfng up "On ihr fnrau fmin on the nlahi al Uha tin enamy made a vlgornm .inilaiiKlil un "lir 1 IK lit "Inn In Ihr one i,r Monte dl Dual, inn waa thrown J ba k 11 h in ,, v Ina A el enemy I column marching fi liulo toward Uoiierdo wa nbaarved und reported by our aviator to the heavi ttrtlllert Iwhluh .in acted 1 di adl 1 li on II etnej leualterod tin ualrUin with eerloul loaaaa tinr off enetv continued ail ah, nn iin ft ..ni iintiiiK the da) 1 in III, I tl rin Inn Win Mull", 'I 1II1I III j made m i h pi laonefa. f hi VMM uffl Hyphenated Ann ican A. ..(..I lA .11.... icle to ill! VV 1 1 1 1 VV,IIIHi Cmmm (n. own t M..MN.NU lUURhll bf. hi I 'l amis, ,,, AUg i, at. I. prellmlnar) i a meet : ie opening w "I i the i ..I phila i ii iciae the Wat m ii n i IIIK or ni, the N breaidi delphi I Riled tioni i .invcullon l I l, ma I i ; loosi .ai i have m i . 1 1 unit supplies Kuala ammunition nil th. lof I I li. ill da) ami Mi Ihe lest (aas i hnl I. am amused I ol our i. i, in, Ilk . from dim ii ml Ix in o out niti Mill', ,11 I ' ii indepi mi. i, 1 rw ,",m 1 all, ml Ho beglnnlnl : n there will be i in .a na nlas -1 the asso, lation .ring manifests i pri llmiitai i mi .a nt, im 1 ' H' xn i his and a , , ,i, ai, ition a h, id at Ihe "lu u ,t in, 1 imm will una, .t is.vee miua, soma , i ..I i lit si . w .mi, i be i . hat i lbs w v lte . ihe , l oss Thi pro Will be drx.'trd to i man ar vn nn rats w.i entertain 0 EXPOSI D "i - I Thi hat- 111 HEXAMER ADMITS HE IS NOT PROUD OF HSG0UN1RT VILLA EXPELS ALL MERCHANTS ffOlt 0! . dcied RI iv 1 as A im 1. Fore lac and repreai ntailvee ..f f..r "ii mi 1 1 i 1 il 1 h mi' ri 1 oper HI11 territory ore in route Ihr ii"itlnrn linnlrr fmin City, accordlna in report ' ti IK ri I 1.1 lilhiiiiliini chants tailor, llllr I ,f till- lll. t Mi l. Iinnl. Mill. Ih. 111 Arcordln to the Juaraa report iha I in taitiaa "f Hi, 1 uiintry w prt'Bi'iit- I ad mi HatnrtVi b the Villa govern I menl to the man h inta and 1 tmmi 1 dal rrpreaen tali vet aaaembted at rhi- huahui Clti frooi nil pevita r VtHe I tnvritoi4) and 1 demnnd made iur all attK'ki of kouiIh Tin demand waa nut I'.l l. ll I. I'hanUi 1 Tha furrlK leated. SnhaeQue 1 iiiul III, Mi- ni 1, nn 1 Imprtaoni ra not m Mm ami a 1 1 1 round altn of th conference hrid ihin morning. In an effori to en 1 tira a modification of the demanda ol the government The (alluw ol thaae concluding negotiation! U Indicated bj 1 he reporl of 1 hi (on Ign merchnnli being ni route north a rd M ii.iii Mi ll I II, I, ) m I .' ti ll 1 1 1 1 taentnth a "f in t'h tin rm elgn huahun I, 'in. null: I I .1.1,1 man aaaemn net ii .I iu re Villa foveri ence. Willi' III) led 1 1 , v .f III 1, 1 iii, nei 1 . or mai I v da 1 - alloa , i fol lh I, "i minea under penalty ; in iin r tpired ami man) 1 n It 1 air technically Huhlr j Inn, aooh aotlon Is not Mar. h, full " III, t , I I looked for, 11 I-, pointed "ni tti.it ahould the iiia govern menl oonllacat the mlnen I ami operate them. Nliipmrntri could I be atopped al the border under the Teaae law, which permit tht attach ient ,,r nn h Nliii'inrolK llriiiit lona pi ii Million siiiiiiiIi.ii I'mmanged. i h mllttai i ell um Ion al Turraon, a, i ordlng to J uarea reports, is prtv -iicaih unchanged, excepting Hon it ' sai.i tip' railroad Hue below Torreon tsi hmenti have aal In Hie din I- -h lion Ol Molller. ami lim' I h pl, lUppllra or f.,o, ami iimmunilioii a m i the foreign element ins nol been dial m i, ni b) mllitarj activities. (.ennuis Quit t try. ()en Ma x i in o Garcia, i onfidi ntlal ml - isei ami one of Ilia's leading n i. mis. an inii bsre lonlghl en routs tur w tngi - He i tplaihsd thai h, . hnii recently married ami waa on a leave ol absence f,n a (ew mouths. um Ruoul Mioiei... i i'i w days ago, i, (t h, i . i" iiiiein i i iu. Panama i'a . ifi. ax i i,.n ii, commands a dl . laion "i Hm Villa cm, ra Hen. Bmlllo Undent, win, lH also a Villa, eommaii recent!) i h d on tha i, order tn nd i i - union ol the Mattero fum mil has announced he doea not In to return to Mexico immediately, iii re i s nothing there for me to hO said, "rxcepl pa k Cotton." ARE LANDED AT ! stand isef Dm M-m rinei i" , , ihington, Aug, i w li h i he son r th.- Pnlted Mai- - i 'n-nch inn Ini . b en landed U ,,i i -all Haiti, w here las) weak' revo .imii uVerturiied Hir guvernmanl am isceaeltated the landing of nn expedl- mai i ton from it i nlted states i ilsei I., restore nrdet A detach-; 1 nt flltW l lo .i nisei' 1 1. s ' Ul lea ia . ""dlnj iii, JTcni i legutinn l"IU Wll'.ll I'll'.l.lll.l I 1 11 II 1:1 .. S taken bj i mob pnd nasaaatnated, j .x requeai ti.ou ii, , rum' ni wa nreae n ted b the rrem ii minister at i PoH-au-lh im , ,i i . aid, a I.. Wash ington i" Admiral Oaperton, tn ,om ic ami ..I the expedilionari forcea. The! r nrn mltttater had eapraased an ur-! I dssin i hat nil Ii jfal Ion be guard b) i 'ranch pallors Inttsmu, h na the i t'srte had arrived ai I'ort-au-, Tht mtnlStsr Hmncnl. also,, t thi French guard would Its nida 1 I It the burd I Admiral i.'h- Iral Cape rt on 's I ' I III. is cull fi'rred With Sect etal I ansina M ' i a could e in. objection to the tandini of a small detachment from th, lie Carte for the special put pose ..I guarding ihe Kronen legation. No rations S'OUlaV arise from such aotlon in the aeoretwrj a ..pinion, and I Im ii tnerton was matrueteg to afford ihe French mlnlter all facill li. s f'.i laming the I'rem h uuaid. Port an- p toda; The autet 1 1. tit with additional marines, ia now, i n route to th, isiami md will b fol lowed b) ih, naval transport Man-, Other ieliifor.rm.nl, may t., aeflt If there are any more attack upon i tin- clt) b) th rd oluilonisl". auch aa( thai In which tw,, American blue-; irket w.i killed The expedition-j ,.r fer.-e I expn ted lo remain In j Haiti until lastinu pea, e is featured. 10 REFUSE DEMANDS 1 FRENCH MARINES PORTAU-PRIE ... s IN IN PULLMAN LIU WILL TAKES MIGHTILY REPRODUCE THE TOALBUEROUE REAL WILD WEST Conversatioi uvernearu by on the Train I well and Clovi I'.MupuiiHHca to iawaa tawmt. hi- Trim iii twri n Itoawell and n. 1 Th.ii la tlii- UvaM nn Mr,' Tin wol dl ill Iftl .1 1 Ine anoklnn r n to ihr im- n 'naiar m n,.- in h paaatngt 1 1 pri pared lii thr l'lillni.in hntereated in Ihr l llHlrn K" Up laraje, i.ui 11 paakai being mi nn- lull mind niu nf tha fur It HlZr liy 'I'll, inlrfisli-il nst 111 1 frh a trmp- tatlon in to iii Hint demand tin- name ami location ol ihiK pt'rayffn uf rotn munitlea. Perhana, win, knows ho tiiikIii eanl to live In that verj town. I rarliiK. huvA'cvfr, that am interrup tion might chance Um trend ( the ronveraation, ha waitni. hoping that a little more time would dim loan the Identity uf the "II vent" city, Thr noiac , r tha train oopld n drown ihr in alatencf ,,f i.ir booatnr tn tin1 Hnok inu' compartment. I don't Ihr thrrr, hnl I'm Wninj; tn I nn clone arila in u Ihr ai ,ui by buatnem 1 Ing there non w bare alge " Well, ii'm; and vol ll I much it bj th n urns' . flden a in their town ami mil boosting, Why, d" fOV , ,11 mother'a eon ol 11 man complain iii.m the money, but v rj time aoi lion 1 "im h up whore mon auppltod tot aome public thrv nil come through (or needed. Tin j . ry "nrolci air reac-hlng in their pocl coin tu put 0 rr a n thing I lernal con thi ir etar know that te bualneaa y have no m. propoid sy mttal ba entnrprtaw. all that ix while they rls for the Ot thr K001I town. Thai ti raiaea more r iiar fur public proooal an) other nf like six,, in And 11 la luai thai putting iki'H Ihr town what it The listener m iin- c about read) to usher him conversation ami enter hi In the Hat nf libera! giver "And whal Is tnorr. " t illman aj( int, w as the . omparl menl booster nave the beel etimat HI wire is there for sin. has Improved w "ill in ued, "I he ' In the world her health, and mderfutly In n f, w montn a chance for The listeue i iiiiin i i ni ni. i net c was her a yea r an., " I h ll I. "Whal ,1" Hi sp. for in the was of fits'.1 asked another smoker I luring the oast d a months i h ,1 V 1 1 railroad -"h vent i 1 its. gaven isinir, . ... at, U, An for basobiH, slate fair ami fur a dOSi n Their steam I up all the buquerque." The president of the ItatS fair leaned hi' k In last one In Ihe Pullman nan cogitating upon the Mi the he- I nr. ami blessing rea 1 1 1 1 e -moking ( thi air ml infor if Kansas gregatlon impi motion i li it he c the li renldent w Mexh ti in X IEM0VED FROM COM IN OF BECKPt ININII JdUHNSl WBCI AL Lll rork, Aug I. The ounced tonight, had a- coffin "i Gharlei i ulati id." cd thii u v., a i "lice. It emot ad lir, ker, by his ..II W 111. ll Hun Hi. ...is i 1 1 1 I . , i 1 1 . Ihe charge tenant, on, "ii former m.licr llrii- dectrocuted ,i Bing !-'uik prw riiday, was "murdered by i;,, Minor Whitman after s police conference, attended b represents- Uvai "f the dlstrici attorney's office, Inspector PaUrot, tha announcement j said, wnil to thi Hc'kcr home ami Infot mod Mrs ItecKuf thai the In- at npi nrn w as a knal libel on I In gut mo i ami prat ailed upon het hi nermil 1 remot al. In i arrow Ifc-tjilttcd. Bantk I'r. Aim. I Mrs I. Ol- Western sports while away the time, iins was notified loday that in-. Tar I which is a poor enough expression to row ol Hull House, Chicago, who waaiim,. iu ties, lilting the good times had to have addressed 'wo audiences In 1 during the Loving ton celebration th,. old Palace on Monday, eould not I Culf-orandlng bconk riding, steer come, since important business en tin 1 1 , 1 . .h i mk. steer riding and races of gagemt uis prevent! ChlcdgO newspaper oompM) Ing net , ,1 her husband, u NAME IS USED AS 11 NOIIN.N IOUHN.I BOUIAI, 11,111, llll Paris, Aug i The Home otorngM d'ltalln pnlillahes a statement Isancil i.v direction of Ihr ao.inlist party" alloKing an attempt to lolhe Italian ,.. aallsls to oppos' Italy s entrance Into the war. n a' cna inu, ,,f . .irruption against Italian soclsllsts, made b) the Crl de l'arla bus ,okr, an explanation It the effect tha! Ol , Mai Hi, last, at i. .lined Nathan was Zurich ich a hello si presented at CUICAGOiMAN'S , i in i ii n n r n n in r n WUULUbL Dlimth so, laltst council at Chief Me.Mlllui made the Invwatgn re ul Ich .lean of Ihr lion yesterday The taxi drivers, aay-.,- having Inst re-1 in the teleplmn , ,,mpan refuse to Hologne In M Or, Hwis s.aiiillsls. Aurned from the I ,'.! w ith a mli -woman, which ahi to Italian SOI laliati financial dlffi, tilth Nathan nlo d I ted states, chuia- bj in American iid b of Interest on account of the ,,f the part , xplain. is alleged an no 1 1, an w nmun and a well known had charged him to i) to fill. OUO to aid a a liv Italian social h was then cioaelx .1 I" h IX e Kl II w rren Springs of M ilr.-ul nr. I and i me of Mt nnual Entertainment to Be Given in Eddy County Town ate This Month Sine Utract Biff Ctowds. to lafKC.AL CORHOONOINCI TO MOAN, NO JOUNL UovlngtaH. N M , Artg. 1. a rea wii.i weal tmt retain ment, a aaet-togeth er Rat 'ting -off the eld faahionad kind Will be hrl.l in Lovington. thr rllir bualneaa .inter ,,f the eoutheaetera plalna, vugmM lith, SOth and lit, ii" 1 an annnal affair. thu three ,ia meet uf thr plains people at Lv Ington, ami f"r a haif-a-wrek even aummer ih. peopto rerne front for and m .1 (rm every aeetion uf the great cattle and dry-fonntng MMgatry, from the Irrigated farms along the Pecoa and from the neighboring etate of Teaaa, to anjo) IhamseWea In a way that never grow oM, ihat bj always Interratlng and retreehing. Sere, In a little vlllngT ihat is ihe supply town for a r.iiiiittv hiajKor than the state "f Main.'. sivi mile from the mar 's' railroad point, l tiu tu i. found thai arhofo-aauled areetern boepitallt) thai for Ki Hi' ra linns lias itiiidr the suiithwrst a pla, r aiati from all other sen i,,iis of .nn copntry They do not I m.w what the word "introdti, l menu on tin- alalna countnr. With tnem 11 s ttowdj bet e, ' or "Wall off thlt l.eef," an ( 111' sh"l I St llll'HSI you fitni youraelf small lint ImporU lid timer ail dow a Id man the get n cut paaalng ,,f n, lard time ha elect, a -f the hap with tome IWII in tlii- pari pv crowd, g feiiow-i Itlaen of the lust men r short gntaa country, 11 s a lolly hunch That stool frl- i low ( I n Id. , hauls 11 .lust humped into is 11, ,111 oie nf the beat known mrr iii southwestern New Mexico. II th null the Irrigated bell to settle on plains, and has nevet had reason to regret the cashier of lllovi Tin r is Kvans. Ho I 'a iik h re Diiln't LaDVlngton ' much of a year waa the capital . ed fellow km We tin y they Tha fiflv had a have, dm per the Si e hit i hi iiinn up his trousers over there b) id, phone pole'.' Thiii's Florence I.OVe, lalatui uremwi in tin nisi niaic leg - the man who stuck to Hio . I .1 L. . ....... . . i ii OUgh thick ll that th, a . h. ihii.au ami thin, and "old guard" ne nipper on effect. Next f " hose home e heart is al- baotutety wl Ii "i toddy" III Isl, a d hill lo him 1 1 ul at the Highlonssnnie ram h, 1 start and made his io Heard party is ie it, s. , ami the fourth Me' 'all man in thr iter, one-lit W.s ,,m - all who is ileaaani 11 till I ol I .ami. a (real countr one is remlndi "f the old lime At t I of th ex- bnll player ml had his sunrise the 'd the sleep , lama I Ion u h fin irrlvi I in tin Hit f no Ira the lie am out 'Vel serosa, grass, inn in this and nnlei . "My Ha an a Hiii I of I nil awl'. I lot of li id II is good land tannoi be aurpai in this a. Km Tha from BtWvV" i ml th. I. M' i ki Wept I" the railroad. Ir land grain Crop flourish and make mane) lot their producer The stores and pro fessional men prosper I CCSUSC they have a prosperous country back ol them, and Hi oMMtiae cowmen ami ' ' "1U, ,IU -ion, -is iivr I getni I In peace and barmon) and in w nh ai ii other t,, deal mis- the luckless shccii man w hose doss a corner of their land uently for this reason oi s,,m aiunll) goad, thare are but (aw 'look of slurp on Ihe plains. t brow ar) lo flocks hut in I loir sic. id is toiind t honsa mis ,,r ay ics und r . ultivatlon, and tal cat- til by the hundred Ihou.inml The annual barhequs is typical of the country ami its people, it is an annual affair, and draws crow ds from verywhere. This is No. li. and all the ther liv. were uniiinilified successes, miii ua Kinds dtiiw Inn ,i,,wds and u way good Nimodj barred," .ovlngton, and some of the heal t In th West Is on display every at the Lovington barbecue. Meg iiii Uoflonlgai, "Ratfl" Howell John Murrah, the hiat named Ihe Who lacks less Hum one s, ond ting the champion' roper til the i. ar. niw.ns attraction at Lov- nd Hi, . ,1s" It ia Ihe proud boaat of Lovington thai no ons ever left the grounns unfed I hat nil of I Ihe i! nil. was never eaten. And In i annual leading oi a fair attendant with halves and used a dozen fal 0W ti lender mull : ll REPORT OF TROUBLES OF TAXI DRIVERS TO BE MADE TO COUNCIL At the council meeting to b held i. might the committee charges' with Investigating taxi driver telephone j iro'lble will make a men Ivan Urunsfeld report Alder-, Skinner and allow them to pl.n the compevny poles, put up poles, , inatruments on ask permission to MINE OPERATION BY TURKS SUCCESSFUL T MOSM'MO JOUftNAL IHCHI I tD W,H t on-laniliioplc, ug. I ixia I on.,,n nc 2. '- 1.1 m i Vu "If., nl st ii, ment laaued to.i.n sa i - Vcsterd ix m ar Ai i Huron illalli- i, woman con- I Poll), on our e nter, aome minea wMeh i had Mag pushed toward the eliemv Ihat the social- exploded with good result. A por n deploring M. lion ,.f Ihe SWSSa pasWoliea and aome , In the affair I ,. ir.. .ni.ml.mi.ni. j.,,.,,,,,, ROSENWALD'S ENGLAND MOST iiiiiiiini vr nr unnvfinLmL ur I GREAT NATIONS Attitude Conflict, London. Aur Sir Edward Car son, attorney imneral in the Asuiiitti j cabinet, at) regarding the war ai in,' commencement oi to,, wai we were nol and oaver iini pretend to he a military nation. An expedi tionary force of ITo. oini nun and a small territorial army ( He.OM men tor defense against invasion, was all ere eould boas) ,,f; but today t'.rcnt run i in teenijj with military camps in which milii, , ns ,,f men of the finest material are belna trained and eault j pel to cope with evny emergency. No other 'i.ition in thr world ever I produced or hoped to produce a oi unteer trmy of auch proportions. Each (day bring to the colors thousands of ! nu n win, had never thought of mili jtary service before and each das as our enem) grow weaker, the Infancj of our stretii;!)! js LTr- winir into man I hood, ami with im re isimr . iri'itv ..ml looll the mtsrepresentatloiM which at,, a of the equipment of our rman i pan l enemll farm s, who represent Ihil Ih know f our people No Dramatic I to, is a .it-, adent little of the pint from da s , xpanut spirit he- I our ef- i omes more determi nod forts and organisation quietly simi themselves to meet the emcrgencli iilains be-that are before US, That all this d the cat-1 being accompllahed without dramatl iham. w ho demonstration and foolish boasting . away, lalnol I llgtl of weakness hut i etrengl h. , "I he splemli.l heroism .,1 ur tins onlv an htlt'lt is our na au end ! nan and French in not us. example w hi h in additional tl i the obligations we have undertaken. And If for the mrn;rr.t WC arc can I fronted with Ihe Imposslblllt) of of ' f , i is j c action by our brave Russian I allies and arc compelled to wags h I cost 1) and difficult war agnlnal the I Turks iu the Dardanelles as well as iiKuinst our em niies in Flanders, we cheerfully resolve to fn ourselves lor the situation winch confront oa, whole Countr) patriotic. "ii is, of course, country has not hern organisation und dl leads Unthinking men time to Imagine thai different disposition in true that our accustomed to sclpUns whli It from time to hare has im-n s the coal th Ids or the workshops from thai which paevaila 111 the trenches, hut all that is a mere temporary difficulty ami it cannot Impede the country which hasi inade up its mind lo win if it has to spend "the last man und its 'a.-i dol lar in the process. "The success of the re -nt war loan shown how anxious our people are to Invest their money in Ih prosecution ol the war. Not only is it Ihe lurgest loan that aver ins been floated, hut it represents not merely the accumu lation ..f capital of .1 few arg bonka but the hnril earned savings of small investors In even pan of the conn- , try I Bnoh Utxlons to Do Hi- Pan. ".Mthottrrh "tir shores are not In j vgded and we ha v,. not experienced the Impelling! necessities of xvar wat?-i led in our own country, yet there is! hardly a famih in un village In the land Hint his not willlnnly sent its' sons lo flcjit our battles in foreign lands. While I sec day by day nana and more anxiety from every man to do his share, 1 can sue no sign nor trace of wavering Hi any section of the community. "We have the light I" say to neu trnls that our cause !a Jus!, that the war tun been forced upon na and thai we are making and are going to make every effort that makes a na tion Kt'eat. to bring our cans to g successful cancluslOJI. We ha, a tiht. I think, to ask neutrals to ex amine their own consciences as to whether they have done everything tl-.at neutrals I night to do or can do In insisting thai the laws ,,f humanity and ihe doctrines of the international law which have been so carefully foa tcrsd in times of peace are carried I erturee tlii- Neutrals. "Neutrals ire the executive power to compel observance of the princi ples Of International law and if they fail to do so, the result n astro tl to Ihe world at ll present and in the futur dia the , ..use it carries out its n aid of the dlscoverlet o scan h and progress "Put. however that courage bj undaunti d hi.'! ' he, It Riowa our into gig 'B La- . iM ROSENWALD'S exaltation 1, renaon ,.f thr destini, Hint gprrounded us and v,,. will iro on to Ihe mil. without fear or trembling and in tha certain Inspiration of a vie. tor which will restore to ihr world that peace which can a lone bring hap pinpss and contentment to the mass of its citizen.--." THREE AMERICANS KILLED ON IBERIAN .BV Mi. UMNO JOUI ML BPKCIA Oiieenstuwn. Aug. 1. .USED W.lf The official isl ol llu dead f the British stcann i icrian, shelled ne, accounts l.y a Herman BUbma for six men three Americana and three Bngltabmi Tin- Anwrlcsju were Mark Wiley of lfos ton, John Carroll and Sheridan: Englishmen Proudloot, Appleby and i I'Keefe. The Wounded Americana are Henry Welsh, Charles Hsnsbury and John i haw, ii The itritish wounded are James UcGulgan, J Berry and L Bol- Outdoor Life is most enkyyable w hen the Skin is in a healthy condition MUNYON'S WITCH HAZEL SOAP by AlVftr&do J'harrnary iiim) R Ruppe. How She Cured Her Husband "For five years my husl ami tuHered with his stomach. The medicine he took for h while, nntliintc cured, w rites Mrs Saraii Baker of Not tteghill, Mo. "Our merchant liouglit Botue of Chamber lain 'a madiclBVI last fall mti also re ceived some free trial BamiileH of l.'haniUr Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. 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