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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. MONDAY. AUGUST 9. 1915.
MM M IKT 111 MI CN Hiruquerqu? morning journal WATC HFl'L W AITINf. THIS WOMAN'S SICKNESS Quickly Yielded To Lydia E. Finkham's Vegetable Compound. 1 r..s JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. p I MACrmpiiK'N irnai smb and turn uf lilt ahraun-l and explus FOUR Hidtdlac. I lo. tg III. ) l' I itics "Till Jul KMI lu' t-a ml Brlat hltly hr mi.l IMrlt mlB ,o. l rt.lu-lvc ImwUII t'rrm IrflMMl lrr hrrutr rmh WM-fc. X .. ,al,. f n. .,, i r -I.-. I in v Unnn mm Bate lhB iMrnl. I.Mir huiira .if lute I'rfM rrilt- ilvnltis Ik wrsk. Will M II III V - HI I I'll II in found in I S III.' olii' mi meni e, PCI , ad of Ideals, dues Kn.in a source regarded in reliable, Hi. .Imii i .1 U'iimIiImk ." 1 ' I ii.Mi gives uiiui purport! ' be th Kill I'UM'II ur I III" in , Ulll I lull III i,i I'm l,v On Aiiniii.iii f'li'"". itsteiisihl) 10 iihI lliicita Mil rell) in pi v i iii in iMi.u Hi mi ii ii by Ihi liftman u n. I the rnliHi'iUi-li vei- laUon el ii Mwt Am trtn I'mlei tin- llr un i'"ll' v. sndlttoDI III Mri. hud kome Intolerable AIiiiik Willi ii'ii il v Ann i u .111 killed nr niMllri 1 1" "I, several hi i t n of l hi' kiiiM-r had ! ii "U1'!' ' lfl i" Indlgnl I '. H !l' I'l'llIlK ll'I'll'IY. II Dl I II ft'W 'if IhiHI Ii "I I " ' II In III '! I i 'l I ll III PlilHHi Ii HI Mil Hull 1 1 1 II H I. 'II l'l Mm if uru contemplated by ihi' (!r n, ii-. MNMMiMy fur iih' puntabmenl ..I I In M. v. , ii" l"i t Ii ii ace dia I nil'il Hales having ii" lit' m d h - I ll( PXi I'l'l I" ISSUC Wlll'lllllHH Willi Ii I,, V ' I u.n 111 i ll. .1 but I Mill) l"l' Mil' purpoe "f hi i ut mi mi mill copper i j hi k. i anient .mi. ountry limn mil satisfy when w ttkmtarck, Mi lruti i ll.il hi H i ml l . nun ll like i hub, I steel 0 bin" Uf. Ill' it- mi wut rn H' aiiijtiiiu .aim, Hum whom ii, ,n, cull i'i' tin ii i. ir , iiii craft run i i i r r n ,i n Italy ami Spain, it't iih ii in, ihi, i ih , i MM Htik'-r rage" i an attribute t" Uia nol i h iiiuii. Tn iii ir. Kii I" ii. r imugm iilon it I DDI' tllllll III .Mliltkt' H. Ill Will, UN 111 "till I things, I 'III 'blooded, 11 1 J 1 11 .1 K 1 11 iitui' map hare competed with arerm blooded. Imaginative nun Welling Joseph i Johnson with Hhciinun, Koduiua w ith K in "lull k hi. Hiitiii l iiiit x I tpa "iit wins, ttt'iiii'i iiim'n llir iitht'r, ' i" rally. how m i, n ih i he cold' been uaaiaji before victory la in hleved, To ba ara tha mid-blooded, nnim tmliuitivi' general 1 1 1 it h mil khIii tin' personal lav and devotion ol iiih i,,i lowers; (Irani i i.i nor Moltk, aw illlngton; bul ha doe prodii' confidence. Hut should timi eonfl paiiien w ho attend to the distribution of the orders. Uuna are beinir man ufai'tured at Tokio ami 8aka, and' at the Mororan steel works in Hot kaldo which is partly nintrolled by Kniclish rapitul. It ia understood al-j ao, that the Mitsubishi rompany at Mnnankl and the Kawasaki company .l fvi'ur at -"iiai U1K 111 lllf inuiiuia' - ture. A Kood part of this output was held up by the recent congestion at the port of Vla.li ostock. Whtn Ja pan's contribution to the munitions of Uussia actually rfm h their destin ation it is expected here that there l will be a noticeable change for the I better in Russia's power of defense ! and offense. BnUgeton, N J .-' l want to thank , GREAT BRITAIN SITUATED MUCH AS U. S. WOULD BE IN CASE OF WAR, trivntinard Frost Pe One.) J well known "I'ponent of the govern-) i The arany'i prajpandnaaa vraa such I thai an army of l&O.Oflo men m I landetl in Franc w ith more equip-1 ment pet man and with lean effort ! than had transport1 iSintton'i brl aa4e in Vera CTni tkr months be-! fore. I dwell upon this fact now so tli.it I when the reader sees later how hope lessly inferior in t ierniaiiy. Kusain, franee, ami Austria England' land power turned out to be he may realize in some measure the desperate condi tion of our own unprepari'ilness. Landed, tin- llritish .11 my advanced to I'.ilKium, was caughi in the collapse of tlic I'reiu h offensive, fouRht splen didly in retreat, ualim effectively its only superiority over the flafmnn rifle shoolhm turned at tha Alum, and foiinht Its way bul; to Ypres. where it HOW is. 1 in no 1 nils Effective, HOW w.'.f- it that even in face of n hostile riwi 1 imii nt this nrtny from t he outset of war has been' able to do what m, Bngllsfl or American army lias eVtHP before been able to d 1 In lor the wonderful good Lydia E. Hnk hnm'a Vegetable Compound has dorw for me. I suffered p?ery much from a Ifemalo trouble. 1 M bearinR down ipaina, was irregular land at times could tfiartlly walk acroas itlie room. 1 wa Tunable to do inu nuusewurK or aitenu to my baby 1 was so weak. Lydia E. Finkham's Vegetable Comiiound did me a world of good, and now I am strong and healthy, can do my work and tend my baby. 1 advL-c ttil Buffering women to take it and get well as 1 did." Mrs. F.vn.ml Cooi'ui R.F.U.. Bridgeton, N.J. Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com pound, made from native roots and herbs, contains no narcotic or harmful drugs, and to-day holds the record of being the most successful remedy for female ills we know of. and thousands of voluntary testimonials on file in the Pinkham laboratory at Lynn, Mass.. seem to prove this fact For thirty years it has been the stand ard remedy for female ills, and has re stored the health of thousands of women who have been troubled with such ail. menta as displacements, inflammatkni, ulceration, tumors, irregularities, etc. f you want special iulviee write to Lvilia E. l'inklituii Mc.U ItftM Co.. ( conlitleutial ) Lynn, Hawk Your letter will lieopetied, wail ami answered h ;t uiiiuuu U2d lieltl u atrict euulidence. ever before been iiitset of war'.' Attacks of Indigestion 1 ml ri mail' the initiative of the been dulled by the exiHts in our arms unavoidable when 1 officers had persecul Ion and which i iii ins who South I'jtlifh Complains The l'l Iv ale to'!' ny HeiilllMO oT lll'lr ieV"ll"n to llilll.l I Nnpoteon'i vtrana wtft to death I ,.f"l Mm When the .niist' WIIK lost; mil ,r N Mil Kolierl B, l.c tNt mm mm iiai avenue wrrj did i"i street is "III tied itrei is 1 lull of this Inn Journali ii much inter! your edi- 1 asdltloa ot vi ii ecu- I " Old A I I'm 1 in 1 1 1 uc, but stop there ' South Bdtth of the most thickly sel- 11 the city ami the COItdl- thorouahfari is a dls- level ol ' i i lection, insight ami com I'll liciisiun. lie would haV cut a most Imposing figure in the . rem h revo lution, When rhetorli . shallow meta physics and a rendlnem to make a I new haven ami a new earth eVT) othei wi 1 k a . 1 1 iuppod t" qualify a man lor the business of government Hut in such a rami as the United J APANANDKOREA HUE BUSY M was then u mMleiioiiK mlssloii, pre MUMd al 'he 1 to icliile to some breaks lliHt had Jusl bien Hindi bf Wt 1 M il, I 1.11, i' n, Hiltish inlnlHier 10 Mi tii o. Hhiutly al 1 1 1 the visit of tin I'll Mile n'lflan, the exprdiliitii was MM to Yolo Crap, ami a powerful Heel wus mobllltM) I here ami al Tum- plco. Had Qermany attempted o t iipiiHuii "f Mex'ro, It Would bin c bn . i , 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 in altiu king the United Bint ami would navfl pre. 1 Ipllllleil w 11 To prevent additional caua tor war in w in, ii prat 1 a all) all othw M ItolUl "I the uollit would have In 1 II in aympalhy with Germany, I'realdeni vVllann, liacked by Henntora liool ami to mac would mil have foUowd Q rant j I" defeat lovingly, w hen it knew the I sltiialliiii was hopeless. II, e ,,l, I'uaidl 11, v, i WapM have ih, , 1 for Welling I well bllva tha Ruaaiaaa will rat real ami right with Hu grand iuk" to tha end. llfiailBe his siililietH lulleMi he lieUev thai the rrenehmen, Inaplredl by ion of country and historic ha- pati the aim I t K 11 I.i 1 III III. I I ravel, lin it. whl I .luncys plus Ii makes living 1 1 '"' fftU : RTKWART. I ARMS FOR ALLIES Amerli an Itles. people distrust his ca- With SciHHorn and Paste 'I her, Mils ale loyal iplrli brave, minion. I" 'M , Ibero an THE Mil l II! a I 1 paai avli h feeble feet, Ibeylnn 1 be ynlee of the null. Vering beneath the storm and sleet; pitiful flguea where lamplight meet, am old ami weak, but still I have m dreams Dai ;or of War With China Over, Oriental Coun tries Bend Theii Energies to in Making War Supplies, 'a, 1 lot j thai I seem have never lived under military dis iclpline ate given military power over I other 1 refer not so much to presi i dents aBd secretai ksa of war ami ii.iu, although none of these are guiltless. as to chairmen of senate and house I military and naval committees and to I the membership of both houses. i Kitchener announced his assump tion of office by two statement!-: That ' Knglaml needed an army of 1,00,001 nu n. ami Unit they wouiil laue ine w- I fansive in May arid not before, His i 1 a ' t laftgUagf was: "The war Will 1 begin in May- I I Hoth the numbers and the time r npilred eenie, absurdly high, and It needed all his popularity, al that tint amounting almost to Idolatry, to ob tain the nubile aciiuiescence. Howl "1 lielieve SaunbatlaJs'i veil my life, w rites Mr ildeti t ity, Mi ahoBld ' 1 tint Hi 1 1 placing uf ,io 1 u nci al Koch, have. Ami the best will I low. A strength in lava talth, ami show 'l'li 11 I. nth 111 1 My Until! ha line back 10 VOU, ! The World In t hi ned 1 ia left III lal fin sighs, still. 'I'll, your "on! .I deed gTavi il l ea 1:1 , i w us my dreams Jami 1". but still ill, 1, , ii.,- ."hit. s- i" ii. joint Tommy MKini would still be full or 1 ,, , 1 . mill .1 phi ut ttif 1 '"''. 'i"1 for Kit' Inner m 1'rem li ,,r fmf oi the king peraotutjly, but la any .. Illt-li , , .inn, - from no ".'on nnrt iil in kli ,1. And hi(iioi will And a smile that find A smili honor meat; is sweet Wll t lint si'i 1 1 iv. Mil rMPOHTANT nil H 'hi i ii , 1, Soil-in e Monitor, The kaleidoscopic changai through which nnmei paaaed In the ancient document 'lipied the altentiun of I r "'- twovU lepiaici. but ' al me led the 1 elel t-nee to ' mat- ""I with men under a Warm blood ier! "i 11 gn itei ,icii,, 1,, andd lender H is dlfft'ni Thy i"i I, , ,1,1 .,,11. ,,, Tbo phralW rttm deyotadlj paraonaliy, and wax "' etrtklni thai H rauad id I'1"' '"' 1111,1 ehaarfnlly. Bui morel I I , 1 1 ,t(i dl . aion ,,t th tiioe. and often the cold blooded warrior arlna io nr tiin i raawbttlnrH nr Intro-Jlfl th long run, lie piu th gamel dined In belli houses ot rongTa! more skilfully than his opponent ... ui .in t'Xplanalloa, N' ipd tiu-n, in rare Interval! In the i in preaidenl aav no tnlanatloiii worWl hlatory, we find a man like t-i i,in. Tumult trained up seme ' ''' "' MaptdeoUt "h" la able to soil ol one Which ii no exphiiiiil Ion hold the lov and Insplie the deVO arhateyer, S" tin maitei has siood """ hi folJowp ami al IA iam tmiii the peeaent, md the only ex- outoaJmlnta hi cold blooded Then Ri. h n And thl we are aiyd e wild III'' ' e you ! violent literary i d. nor is it u pelting of our in ," i fonti I he day w h n a iiieisy was open- I l' t II V l.l, ihati Mo u m i mainly thi lure in th vain. The of blooil. vvlih Ii the feudal .md ii the old world. common experu niathematb lab, ; Mill i l I II KK neraon. i pat th lai tttlOUl, d lie I 1 has at. ii Ity ill , die but i ul- i urate w Iii, h w t it I thej i closed, respecting the unci's name, The truth "f their own nam hn nged Kimei tmi i lot ultur t in favor ai the ban of i hi.Hl fabrics of some reason h i:ery man ici' named, apart from losses md on Job' 1 the new army is not tdv in make war. Kill honor Hhtl Hone Well. On the whole, Kitchener, with his assistants, has done aii extraordinary piece of work. He ha failed to perform the Im possible, and seems In 1 oo. way of being made a scapegoat for con cealing th fact thai It was impossible Lot us trace his work. British soldiers, being hampered In the free development of the national defense along lines natural to I it eat Britain, have had to niod'1 their thoughts upon the continental Kuru pean models. Thus, when In the tint panic of war England substantially turned the ioy'iimnl of th country over to Kitchener and asked him t I perform miracle, one of his first ,c t! was to attempt to direct the press, in emulation "f the Prussian principle. i In Prussia the pfess is a wrak stale, ! held In Contempt, and th" gov erning ! hand is strong and able. I The Knglish press Is the chief ele- iii""l of national strength. The Knglish publicist, Who have eubstaMtlaliy dominated world opin ion for a century in the Interest of Ihe liritish empli". were put under the governance "f men who knew ",' '"""" ' C. , nothing of tmiriialisni ami were con not selling-something. Those shops "'', ,n -.ort at thoir i ovv n profession war. Hid orat Tablets hava Maggie Coll. "I had pains in my Htom ac h so bad 1 thought I con Id not live. Our doctor laid it was congestion of the stomach. I would goto lied perfectly wel 1 and wake up in the night as bad as 1 1 mild lie and live. Our doc tor said it would do no good to give medi cine internally. Hfl had toinjectmedicine in my arm. Sinoetak ing Chamberlain' Tablet I can cat an thing I want Without hurting me." Thl form of indigestion Ll extremely painful and often dangen inn. liv taking Chamberlain' Tablets after entitle-. penally when you have nines lght in the stomach after eating, may lie warded off and et! not only and e and w the diseasi avoided Cluunlierlain's Tal I: . ..: .. V . -ii . - iigesiioii, out sireugtni u and luvig - the stomach. t v i . . 1 1 . i l'rt'-M ( ui Tf itpoiitlf nre.) Tokio, July 10. Now thai the dan ger ol war with China is oyer all Ja pan and Koreii is engaged In making supplies for Russia ami her allies. The war brought big finaticifll losses to Japan, but the gaps are be ing tilled in part b) th furnishing of guns, ammunition and general neces sities to ihe armiaa at th front par- tiCtthtrly the armies of liiissia. officially. Japan has given inci'eas d pra, Heal e.iresslon to her friend 1 ship towards Itussia by going to the limit .a iliv "'Ut,,., s. ..,',. ,,f for-1 tlflcailona on ihe northeaatern coaht I of the ellliire. Hlg coast gulls strip-' pad from llH'i-e lortite.itions have lltrengthen the lug gun artillery of the ; armiea of the cur, American Who visit Japan arc es Ipeciaii, natonlMied at the almost lim ! itless number "f ttny shops in the big , Has of this nation -.-miles upon miles j of streets filled w ith them all occu pied in making sometiiing wtii-ii tne art 7 ashing! on rorrpondd elaewhvr It the . k,liui:ii ion Is correi t, In K i tis.il is now in the midst nf i hot War. The I'trniers of the ll it! have mor money In the banks and It i ml hild vv Inch he w "iild not dm siime tn the .uiiii ot a Mrnng i oi thoflos ihnrn bush." iirbntais are point rake aid tins the told , ll bod) of mi nt Is will ' M rat -tin n iii very msiru- Indoraed 'Mr Bhai kspare'i himself has written his iianic two different waya Bhakiwenr ami Khakapere, Mr Colrnan says the poet's n itue in Ins ,,vn country is pronounc ed with the first a short, which -count for 'his mode of writing the name, and proves that the orthoepy rather than the orthography of a per- to the united Males may an suiftagisis each laiin credit foi il. ii shlvit With out fool-, Possibly niliis In season and the high toll' i lllenatlng the lesl of huh oh Of wheat, coin, oals, cattle and wr would havi bean cum Jinnies, due lo tin world war, may ,,'i ihi powei of Uermuyhavi suinethlni i.. do with It ruifhi have received (romj ftaenklni ..r the kceomplMhrnentj ins themselvei with whouiiof ueci men In the lltirupi a n war, ' would havi muds coin- renifndj! m llisl Mis Amelia Bavrr, tree, leave Will ll Iw I v " the date tn VV llollt i "ll Ill and thl inline md ll N'obilhy is Mai' poptilnce is a bush ,,t thorns. ant. 'Another remarkable tins soil is the inline of Raw ley, whl h I am myM nncertnln how lo writ all bough I hav e dtarov- Instance of I .-il alter i I oi u.'i Ily the factories of the etnplr It is lu re that doth goods and inuulin eral'le articles needed to keep huge armies in supplies are turned nut. handed OVM to commission merchant-, as-i milled in great quantities and distributed to Russia, France and ' even England. The correspondent of the Ai-so, lated Press is informed by a reliable authority that practically every houiehobj in Korea is hard at Wink leaking elolh tur Hussia. 1 is sent to Moscow and other points and manufactured into uniforms, blank-j -K Covering! M wrappings. Korea., aJo la making big quejMI tics oi boots and ammunition casus. Major Papowakl and another Russian i offli'T have just arrived at Seoul to SPECIAL TO WOMEN The most economical, cleansing and germicidal of all antiseptics is A soluble Antiseptic Powder to be dissolved in water as needed. As a medicinal antiseptic for douches In treating catarrh, Inflammation or ulceration of nose, throat, and that caused by feminine ills it has no equal. For ten years the Lydia at IMnkliatu Medicine Co. has recommended Paxtino !n their private correspondence with women, which proves its superiority, Women who have been cured Bay It is "worth Its weight in gold." At druggists. 50c. large box, or by mail. The Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mas. in i iiufacttired I vv h" has wi un ii, ,v , Is , ad I null Inrlhdav in Ihe most lined 111 , MO I She should be rii. Ir lustrt vv is taken I'.ltt noil' Then white urth inoi vv , gathered, i n, In ever bro nlcnlng f white and bright, w iih the licav ' u s I ill's laud to light of pea, I ami purity t ha n richest golds. ,, gentt) Ids "RrtV. ley I li nn. was spelled ny ! himself and bv his l "litem poraries In ' ill "i tl nt way , We find it Ralegh, I Raleigh, li.iwli'igh. t'.awobv and I'.uw- th i lo . I' f Hariv Thaw Hopped in n Chicago Igl hot! ihe other tin) ill .1 Shocked Ihe ' I bellhop b) ordering nothing but them than H And then the nd of dawning Va- mingled with the white; And e, and white and hc.ivei ttntted were for i Ighl Then over all of freedom's la This bllld between the s. as nld elorv yes, the Si. us and U is given I" the breeze. dav w in. b pteeerves Its I'd l"W Hlg fa, i rodii P. Wllmrt When Mr Wain r w an d to James I. on the king's arrival in England, with whom, being united with an oppoajitlon party, he was ii" fav.'iite. the Scottish niim arch gave him this broad re'i,tioii 'Rawly! Raw!) ITU enough, for 1 think of Ihee very Itnwlv. inon!' " by a tanning I com pah) near Seoul mid tonsistiug of 10,000 pairs of hoots and 30,000 am , muhitlon i ka llig Order for l.uii-oottoii. Th,- Japan QeltUloid company m Aboihl, hi u K"be, has abandoned temporarU) the celluloid business for la more profitable business of making ' exidosivcs This company recently Ireeelved an nrdr from the rtussian I goyernwient for 440 tons ,,f gum-cot- end before the end of I ell "i ihe explosives I satisfactory, the first insisting of fifteen ions, d (" Pi trograd, The v is said to i,e turning ton n. b Ii ihe year. A having prov. installment, ci was dispatch' Ahosln I'm n 1 I M.I About I hv o, 11. in Mlj A Inn pound CIVlaHd husband I was haled Into court for slapping the j fact, of bis US-pound wife He also the Is entitled lo the lion rrtSJsl, unless hj ac-wlfe is so fat that he knew ah ii Ik si more tike a itii"i than any Hlg Haiti ,l"ice tiiatrd 111 jpiesidnit Mas, Mnil.l "ii 11 or n: (Svdti'V Ittooks in London I d,, not WOndl r at his mini, use popularity Put Oldtone' or 0Con nell's tongue aj Ihe head of the av iiage Simd.iv school teacher and you nol only gi 1 Mr Bryan but you get a mixture that nlw IJfl and tvivvvb'"' Sppeall I" the lul of the masses Mr. p.ivan ba- stirici up munv aueetlona, inn he has never yet found the right an w i to any of them, lie has prov ed himself .111 ,-tfe tic- rotCI of pro test against social ami cconotuic hi eiiinlltes and injustices Hut he has himself nothing more. If hlv t iih I equipment w ere as great 111, el Hv and hi- sellsil ;v enCSS uld be u statesman. As 11 is ho MOTHER OF STATE'S CONGRESSMAN DIES 1 ! AT 0J0 CALIENTE' out two to three tons of explosives dally. Leather and sacks materials, belts, pouches arc niatinfa, tared at T"- 1 1, - ,,f temporary sheds 11 ' led on ' mt land near "i the diet and are busy night nt Tile 1 is limlti ,I"V ,a! Illlelle as his be 1SS1C141 roMiit, Olo rallenti m iv Hernand l',',- -l'llill Iv e at 1 1 o", l". k . t s 1 to MORHINS JOlieitO , N M . ktlg. I. Mrs. a. mother of the state s in , digress, died hero ,11 tne mgnt ot August Mrs 11 ml Hi 1 nan, ley. was a w Idow, her inty. In. lion of rifles In Japan a 1 1 '., t v 1 miina red 1 " other oOUotrle. and Japan Is anxious to fill out her own reserve stock. The available number of rifle for the re serve strength of the Japanese armies is estimated at ,i00,uo and it is an- derslood lhal the general staff of the frmv I tlesirous of increasing the hiialmnd having I number to one million. II has learn ne some twen-led a les.on from the unpreparedness of the allies with respect lo guns and mmiinltion ami from the vast expen- five I diture ,,f munitions demonstrated to it.it.it "I I be 1, . -.in lo the Slleiessful coll- luct of muderu wars. Japan, there- cars survived hy She was a TheS eason s Ad vance The New August McCall Patterns and Fashion Publications Now On Sale Subscrl Satrt SvTmtr Mtdit McCtir rutsrni 3 iMJ Nw vv . tn ii u 1 n 1 avuiy olhtr nsi wul l UmcUM Aiwut J--'i, McCALL'S MAGAZINE MvCall Pattern. It Is full of I'seful House hold Suggestions at well as Interesting Styles 4 A Cwl su Cntuai McCU I'tiwnu MCI - " Twvi ot UK u Auu.l J1(1A