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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. SATURDAY. AUGUST 28. 1915.
FIVE PRAISESGRADE NATIONAL GUARD 1 OF TEACHERS IN WILL HI TEAM CHURCH DEDICATION WILL BE FEATURED BY A BASKET DINNER 0 MI AVIATORS SHOW It SERBIA YIELDS MISSION SCHOOLS ATJACKSQNVILL E M t H ?S ;t the upcit F. Asplund, Secretary of State Board of Education, Speaks Before Conference Meeting. meeting; of (hi conference of In Mis iritclloininatlon ,j,,n fnchNI yesterday at M. naul ho.il Itupert K. Asplund, secretary t (he slate board of education, prais- imlard of mission tea. hers, improve the grade of pub leu.hers to that of mission Mr. Asplund said. ing Mr. Asplund spoke at ion the "equipment " Captain Himes Notified That Companies Are to Send Two Men Each to Las Vegas for Trials, Capt. W P Company 1.. Himes. in cor New Mtxieo, id H leliKt) tea. 'hi MextC leach' irtuii N'a i iona.1 i Kuard, yesterday received a copy of I eneral order No :M from Adjutant I General Herring, stating: that New ' Mexieo would send a team to the n- tional rifle matches, which will be j held this year at Jacksonville, Via. The two .rack shots of every com pany in the state will bo to Las Vegaa : o(for the try-out at which the team Will Christian .hutch September a. will lie the basket dinner at noon. All those attending the morning seiches a( I" :'..i arc urged to paitll 1MIS in this. Bach family is ieiuest.-d to pro vat. Ita awn dinner The object of this lit niainlv social nil visitor will le ainplv provided for. Th- churches if Alluuiuermie will dismiss for these dedicatory services The pastors of all these oruaniiai ions will participate In some of the eer vlcaa Of the ,iav The program will tie pill llshcd lh.- lallel part of tile week The Kev Qeorge I.. Snivel), of Illi nois, will hive charge of the dcdlca- Lr eacrcleea, s FOR CHINA'S NAVY, MUCH CHIVALRY TO DEMANDS OF SROMOR TO EACH OTHER THE RUMANIANS NI On hit1 Placing -Ordt Amounting I 000,000, lid to DO America to $75,- GENERAL SECRETARY OF INTERNATIONAL T COMMITTEE IS COMING i .. II. said there are in New o many valuable third. grade ttu 'in their environment." . their academic "equipment ,,,., WM iney set an uieai tor ,!.,, pupils. They get into close con--.I rtjiii ,he families of their dis tricts and are ahle to achieve results that a high-grade teacher might not. While speaking on the topic of "equipment" Mr. Asplund stated that the atendard of teachers in the state h advancing. ;rowii-Ue" rluy Like lot-. Following Mr. Asplund, Dr. Klnn ave I l.rief tulk on hvgiene. She spoke of the importance of re uuiring children to hold correct pos ture to maintain the normal placing anil working of bodily organs. Slid cIim -ussed the right method of using' fee) to keep them strong, empha- ajlfog the need of wearing shoes that I mild pi i mi! the free movement of font muscles. The teachers then adjourned and going in tie grounds played games, Midi as arc used for children of the first and second grades, under the dl NCllon oT Dr. Flanders. The "grown ups" took to the little exercises and contests with as much delight us a (Tuttd of slx-yeur-olds. Rtt liming to the assembly hall, th. i beard another side of the ques tion of physical education from Missi Margaret Qleagon, head of the d nicst i. science department at the Un iversity of New Mexico. She talked oi ihc feasibility of a scientific ration In ihe boarding school. In clear dic tion ami an interesting fashion, Mian Qieason defined a balanced ration and told the amount of nourishment b assess 17 for persons of 1 different ages, weight, temperament, occupa tion and under vurious climatic con ditions. Must "Catch" ReUgtoa, The Rev. C. (). Bfckiuan conducted the op fling exercises Hi the morning. He wan followed on the platform hy Miss Olinda Meeker, of the Allison he chosen. Kach company is to fire on its own range I i determine who will be Its representatives at Las gas. The dates for the company ing are from September I to It. The rounds at sag Vegas will be shot off September 117. The slat,, team will be made up of fifty guardsmen, the membership of the teum to he decided by the scores made at I -as Vegas. With thia ar rangemciil some companies may have j both of their candidates on the state I team while others may not have any (The national matches will be in prog ,resn from October 1( to 22. The stale learn will leave October 1 and remain at Jacksonville until October 11, l!n hard C. Morse, g. ner.il se of the international committee V If, C. A . will be here for several hours ibis afternoon He will be ac- Ve- ' coinp anied h Mrs l.u-o They are fir-! ri turning to their home in New Y.rk fler several weeks' visit in Call ' " . M JOURNAL IMnil 1 ,p W.Rt! New York, Aug. IT, Financial cir cles here were liiteremod today in i rumor that the Chine,, commission of naval experts rcentlv si ni ta this cuntiv Wre negotiating for the pur chase of 100 submarines al ii total cost of tTa.OOti.nOil. While Ihe i. pies-illative of one of the N.-w K-igland sub- inaiiii, building , oinp allies ol-n-tied bluest' bad inspect- DIM ians - D uei Make I format nrdinc i tun ialea I'rr Hritlsh Anm liaii.e, Aug. 10 been repeat, dlv does not exist iiritish aviator, to the "rilish branches Whl something of lh hood maintains the air. W hen 01(1 and Lnghsr to Give In Enemy Re- ( rrraMin,lrn r . I Headquarter In lb, on: h li has Stated thai chlvalrs aid a Jeclaies buch Sacrifice Is ho ouired in Ordei That Sacred Ideals of Humanity May Be Realized, a, UOHMINI JOUaNA, ,-,. . l4fn vsh, Serbia. Aug. 27 (via London, 7 15 p. in I Commenting on the vote of confidence In the government bv ihe Serbian national issembly, Un says In a MALOY'S v atcimrlon. coking t caches. 7 Fitiogj Paling rears lb. ami Cool mi: , of the Y. M afflicts of the Mr. and Mr- Sicretary W. II Da C. A. and other local association will meet Morse and take them for an automo bile ride, showing than) the city and its environs. The associat ion direct ors will meet Mr ktdrae, They are to an ive on tram No. .' retary Ol l lie i .I, ... . , ,,,, ,.f e, his plant, he tract had as yet It was repo I Schwab, president of the Itetli lehem j damagi d I Steel corporation, b id been authorized Ihe nexl d l.y the Chinese government to (dace orders with Anertcati submarine builders It wass.ud ibat Mr Schwab has also been given charge of the manufacturing end in tins country of Chlna'a vast nuval progrant, lis his mi mi- .i ml and i.' so whethel llwi vs do I ll be II clislolll.'' The repent an in thl wai this does not apply : seml-offlclHl BatlTIOUprYa ami tleruian aviation I leading article: t tit i it is rcspcnMble' To realli.e the saded .,1,1 spirit of knight - i , iv ibzed humanity, stilt ti tmong the 1 lib rs of I'll i must he made. The i Brltiab aviator has! will be agreed to and s ihe ileiniiiii lines all the allies, and omseqin iglne trouble of be- j Ma, too i Ins plane has bell I When It is eonghl bv gulls fire ''ta. lireece and Kiimanii previous gains so thai ... Il lev e III I lie III. 1 in I In id, lis by the asttnalve c ' ' ... . W hi . ........ line. 11 has , ellic t,,tvviiH-i me win ice,,.-. I lack of foresight and a lh made in a manner , ' otiipetcncc not to agree vvb he craft irmaaa report to 'thei he sin v iv eil is wounded e 1 1 has le to i skins tO Mat would ting of be ln- Urern 1 -autoes. 6 lb' Celety. 1 for . Sweet Potatoes, Latge Kbr Man lb.. 1 c 12 v il v. 2TC 5c Apples. . air I.V lor U.V 10- Suborn i t-'ollers. mar Olive !. A. J. MALOY LOST $1,000 NOTE, WOMAN ALLEGES IN A DISTRICT COURT SUIT A suit Involving half interest in the San Antonio hot springy, Sando val county, was filed yesterday in the district court by A. H. Stroup, attor ney for Mrs. Eugene Scott, of ( I rand ELLIS CITY BAND TO PLAY NEW ONE-STEP IN CONCERT TONIGHT i STOCKMEN TOLD HOW TO RID STOCK OF THE PEST OF SCREW WORMS Th Th Kill ll a "W : city ban one In its line tonlg Stripes," (march I, It ;'.--"The Honolulu A 1st v ne. 3. "A C ,1 Hugh of igalnst J. 11. Block, five"), Haglev 4. "I.oln d t, "Tenting Qrnund," told lllCSt. li. Triumph (lines, her march) James school at Santa Fe. who read a luinei ,,n "Mow to Promote lleliuion cost of printing in Schools ' Miss Meeker itHaertedi penees for his trip thill a sure win to make pupils trust worthy was to trust them. In the tUaauMlon Ihut followed the Kev. Mr. Sheldon declared that "religion has to lie taught instead of caught. " PSEUDO GOVERNMENT OFFICER WOULD TAKE j BRIBE, IS CHARGED; Monta Miller, of f'hoenlx, Ari;:., en-1 tcre.l A. S. Vigil's barber shop on j JUlli Second street yestirda.v. Miller, Wan ed a shave. He got it. When ll.,- barber placed u hot towel on Ms too Millet complained that it iinicll ed "sour." Miller is said to have told the bar ber that a government regulation against the unsanitary ue of tow els existed and that he was a gov ernment officer. Miller is said to have agreed to take from the bur lier to "keep mum." When he rei uin ed In the afternoon, at which time the barber agreed to have the money, ac cording to the latter's statement, Mil lar v.,s arrested by Patrolman Charles MMng, At headipiarters Miller told Chief CHlliln the affair began us a Joke "lien asked about his return in the afternoon he said, "I must have been He is charged v. ith iniper "nating an officer. Haven. Mich administrator of the estate of Murray, and Mr. Block, personi Sandoval county Mrs. Siott alleges that on Novem ber t( D,u;!. Murriiv gave William H. Qreei his promissory note for f 1,01 securing It with a deed of trust to one-half interest in San Antonio hot spring's, and that Greer assigned the note to her. She says the note has been lost or destroyed. She asks judg ment for tl.OHO, interest at the rale of per cent from November 1M, 1909, attorney'! fees and costs. Assistant District Attorney H. 1!. Jamison brought suit against the kh godonea Land Town Co, to recover a fee and expense money, wtltoh be alleges is owing him. According lo the plaintiff, the defendant entered into a contract with him. agreeing to pay him $l!i0 to do all legal work in the ens? of the Alginlono" I.noil A Town Co. vs. A. J. Frank, et ul., In the supreme court and to pay th the brief and his ex- to Santa Fe. The, company failed to pay. he alleges, and asks Judgment for 1177.76 and Inter est at 12 per cent from November II, 1914. Asking fop divorce, .loan Pimm brought suit against Miss Zenuida Oallegoa de Dunn. They were mar ried Aiigilit la, 1911, at Old Albu querque and, Duran alleges, his wife deserted him April 17, 191:1. He says they have one child, Miguel, 3 years old, who is In custodv of the defen dant. war the ' inelodl ("111 mi West j' s and I i Van; deserlp- , lilllet. I 'amp , bv rc- 7. "guerida," Vandeecook. 8. "Willie Ha lone slepl, l.e lk 9. "Sweetest icornet solo), Stt 10. "Dixie Hi Anderson. (Mexican serenade!, '(cultural college', pre! s-r- M bulletin for tins week quoted the HoWing i. medics for gelling rid of the ecrew worm pi st front the Univer sity of Arizona weekly news letter Screw worms have caused an enor mous loss to stockmen in the South west. All farm animals ale affected by them and stockmen must ever he on the alert to reduce Ihe los to a minimum, says I r It II Williams. animal husbandman of the V, of A agricultural experiment station. It Is t specially difficult to give am mills on the open range the attention thev should have. tin this account .stockmen have made a practice of treating everything (hey see wheilui jll belongs lo them or not, They fur jther make a special effort to have an I enclosed pasture where anlniaK inav j be held convenient Iv ami treated Hum time to iime. , Stockmen should make a special ef jfort to prevent the animals from hc j coming bruised or injured and when such an animal is found, a special re- pellant should be applied to keep away the adult flies There ate no good fly repcllants that will keep nwav flies for more than a week Common coal tar has been need to Fire gutted the interior of a build- good advantage, bin it soon dries and lug al 1 40:1 South Hroailway early yes- also has an objectionable feature of terday morning. C. Ilererdlnelll was blistering the skin.. A mixture of fish t,, have opened a saloon in the build- oil and lar made up in equal parts has Ing soon. Feeling against the location good repelling qualities. CryaUIiC oint of a saloon there is said to have ex-meiit 2 parts and hlorofm ,,, i ,...;!, isted and a hint of incendiurlgjn reach, j mixed thoroughly and applied as a ed Fire chief J. Klein. As far as the paste, has also been used lo advan ,.ai.r o.oM naeerinin ih.. soMiiicinn iliige. Another good preparation li was totally unfounded, Mi SI. E Hoat. Told, worth) of glrmen ami the) are the only commiiiiic.il ions thai ever panel between lb. iw,, foei which w.ii.b' lor heads to snipe ;,i from (ben ! trench. What is called a "messagci bug" Is dropped over Hi, nullah lilies bv a German oi over the Qermgn j lines by ;i Brttlah evlatoi inmatlmes whin he is in Die slide! nf bu rating I shells from (lie anil -air crafl guns. I long Mreamen an- attacked to thei little cloth bag These as ihey pi- rem ita down lo the earth from a helghth of seven or eight tkottWnd I, el attract the altelKlon of soldiers in Ihe neighborhood and thev Hill out to get Ihe prise when il lands laic Vulcklv Known, it is taken to battalion negdqusrt- Sfa which wires the (sot on In the svlntlon headquarter where the fate of a comrade may be known a few after he has left ,mr; and, I.m anotb Kngland ma lative. i iflci MANUFACTURERS ARE BOYCOTTING GEORGIA ttlants. On Aug I' tit Harris today received i letter Troy, N. Y.. nedlrlne compnns that as a result of Ihe I) to hln M, Frank no further aiippllei be Shipped in (icorgia mini II lai murder is revenged." Bon ail,, a lloslon firm wrote W I hers, purchasing agem of itlsnte, refusing ti on certain tools desil Hon against the Iv n. hi w tin , qui d pc emor .an a laying i ,f I. I IV Mill, I I bru- days I 'ham- the city le prices i idtruT a his r lev ( IWo stepl, BUILDING TO BE USED FOR SALOON IS GUTTED NO TAXI TELEPHONES ON SANTA FE RAILWAY PROPERTY, IS REPORT The Hanta Fe railway will not per mit tuxlcab drivers to set up poles for telephones on Its properly, It was reported yesterday. The division su perintendent's office, al San Mania!, to which the taxleab owners appealed when the council recently prohibited the Placing of telephones on Ilia Streets, was said to have decided versely ti turpentine i pan, pine tar I parts and fish oil 2 pans, mixed thoroughly and applied as a paste. II is claimed hy some people that sprinkling ttu sulfa.,- ,,f a wound with cayenne pop pet will keep fliel away for about a Wiek. Where animals are found that are actually infested with screw woiins, the first thing to do is to remove all maggots from the wound A good New York, for instance, a crowd may preparation for this purpose is a 10 be caused by a man Jumping off Ihe ,,,. rent solution of sheep dip. whl, h Woolwortli building, or n may meanjehould lie sprinkled over the affected sliiiiilv that a woman Is wearing a nnrts. This ere Deration will canst IT WAS A REAL CROWD Ind No l ire Either. Did You (.el a sample stick.' If you were a newspaper man, even if you're Just an ordinary human be ing like ourselves, you would show a very great Interest in crowds. In the automobile men. SUES CITY, ALLEGING HORSE WAS INJURED IN CROSSING VIADUCT SANTA FE TRAINS, HELD BY WASHOUTS. ARRIVE The first of the easthoiind S.inla Fe (rains thai have been stalled near the New Mexico-Arizona line by wash outs, since Wednesday, arrived here at 10:30 o'clock. Nine other trains followed at regular Intervals. the screw worms lo squirm out or the flesh and they may he brushed on to the ground. It Is also wise to have a small pair of pliers that should lie used lo search through the diseased portion grid remove the maggots Af lat all the maggots are removed, a good tepellanl should he used to keep files from depositing eggs Any of the above preparations should prove efficient, bill a mlxliire of three ounces of coal lar to one ounce ol carbon dlstilphlde will prove especial ly beneficial. This formula should be mixed thoroughly and kept well! corked 1 1 s it Is both volatile and ln-j flammable DEATHS AND FUNERALS. F. .1. lloffntun. The city is defendant in a suit y j Hoffman, ti years old. died WOUghl vesterday In Justice W. VV.'.,, , ,,'clock yesterday morning h! MtClelhUt's eowrt by W. F. Brooks, abla home in the highlands. He for oraynian, who alleges his horse was merly live in Kansas City but bis fatn injured in crosslna the Coal avenue Mv Hvm in San Rurnardlno. Calif. 1913. He nsks judgment , ,i i. enMrlvarf I v the widow, son, '" daughter, mother, brother and two ir Poulright was served with a iRlPrl) Mr Hoffman had been here vesterday and turned it over to three veurs. The bodv was taken tu Thomas N. Wllkerson. ,. T. French's undertaking looms It was shipped Inst nighl on S.uilu Fe train NoN. S. The funeral Is to he viaduct 'r Jl'. Mayc noth Attorney Thomas N. Wllkerson asp is set for (rial Senlember 1 1-OOkinS over the e.oineil reeulllfl The M iyor lloatright learned that Brooks! 'd a claim with the council Jimel till; that it was referred in the Vance committee; that the cnm-l ll"' reported July 7 he had no claim i's opinion; and that the council, 'if"'l ihe claim. No specific amount s asked for, as fur as the minutes uwed. heli K City. KNiGHTS OF COLUMBUS MAY ERECT BUILDING ON CENTRAL AVENUE John It. Haired John it. Barrett, si years druggist of Springfield, Mo., 3 o'clock yesterduy morning home on Kast Central avenue Barrett was Witt him. The was Shipped last night. The will he held in Springfield new style skirt down Broadway. Of course, it's the reporter's business to find vvhal the excitement really is. We had our chance last night when a crowd collected on Central nvenue about 7 o'clock. A crowd in Albu querque, may Indicate any one of a number of Ihiiigs, depending on Whether it's an Indignation meeting or u parade. This was a para de. A renortet from Ihe Journal edged into the crowd, which seemed par ticularly huppy. The first man he saw had a smile on his face and was chewing industriously. "Tastes good, he confided lo the reporter as In squeezed toward the outside. Now we knew whul the secret was. The great American public likes to get something for nothing. Whoever wus drawing this crowd cerialnlv knew that little secret of American psychology. Who did draw the crowd'' fou'll want to know. So did we, and bore's what we found. Imagine a young man, dressed In u one-piece red robe that caiiie up over his head like an Esquimaux bonnet and had two holes pierced for eyes. Thai's Ihe scenario. On his chest was painted or sewn a large white "7" merely that and nothing more. No name, no adver tisement, no speech or "Now, ladies and gentlemen." Hut hla hands were talking, or at rniimrvrDO AC least Ihey were busy. He was pass-! LAM Uf rUUINUtn,, Uf ing out some sample sticks of some thing or other on all sides, and the gen the.v the. old, a lied at al his Mrs. body funeral NOTED POLITICIAN OF MARYLAND DIES te bosnino jouaL SSOSIIa ttaito anaij Baltimore, Aug. 27. Thomas Cor don Haves, former mayor "f Balti more, a noted lawyer anil for many reatl prominent in Maryland politics, was Stricken V'th hort failure on tha streei in Oakland, Md , in the a 1 1 - ghenies today, and died in hair an hour. Mr. Hayes was 71 years old and gj kaakalnr In a, billion to Serving "I"1 term u.s mayor of Baltimore he had been iwic,. slate senator, city solici tor and I'niteil Slates district a UMBOS. G. 0, P, DIES, AGED 88 red any in i their meeting next Tuesday night hi Knights of Columbus will consider '" question of putting up a building Seventh street and Central avenue, this night the knights also will "old (heir annual election of officers rBe OOttacil expects to hold a btgj September ""'I'm on ( olumbus day, October 11 Tbo . ,.. : , . t I uncial of I'. C. Young. Funeral services for Frank C, Young were held at 11 o'clock yester day morning hy Father A. M. Mandn lari, 8. J. Burial was in Santa Harb tery r-eme- ommitlee in chance la Post roaster H. C. Roehl, W. J White, W. A- Keleher and T. Morencv. Notice. The Mountain States Telephone Telegraph Co, directory goes to prp.H All those wishing new telephones or changes In same please notify office. J. B, ItRYN'i (i.l'S. District Manager. crowd evidently appreciated h's iroalty. Judging from the way were all chewing und sampling confection. Unlike William J. Bryan, the rohed strunger refused to Issue stalemi (its regarding his purpose thlffcity, his identity or the cause of the causeless war. It Is believed, however, that he is to plaV an Im portant pnrt in a large advertising campaign now being waged In this city by a certain chewing gum man ufacturer. A little later, "Old 7" (if that's his name) walked down Central avenue, the crowd following him like the tall of a comet. No other visitor lias set the Jaws of Albuquerque to working so quickly and thoroughly as he did. a. MoaN.Na jouasAL ISgeiai iCAtlD ") Pittsburgh, Aug. 117 -Col. Archibald Blabely, aged KH, died at bis hone here tonight after an illness of four months. He was said to have been the last survivor of the group of piomi neat men from various purls of Ihe United States, who met here on Feb ruary It, l k o ; and took steps erhlcb resulted in the formation of the re publican party. hours serodn someone In fgctg of a re ' Thai is one of the advantages belonging to the rising corps," say the Britigh aVUttOra, 'It may bg weeks before liis relatives and cotnrililes khOW whether a man who is missing after a trench attink or coiinler-at-lack Is a prisoner or .lead. gUctl Ut ile kindnesses as this don't interfere Willi your fighting ITOUI bent for your cause; at the same time tbcv lake a Hiiic of the savagery out of war. Of course, the rule could not apply to prleoni rs taken in trench on!) to airmen. There are relatively! few airmen OH either side and only an occasional one ever coinos down in tlie enemy's lines.'' j With the first flush nf il.'Wn Ihe1 British planes rise Hum Hie aviation grounds and frequently .lust as a cur rier pigeon makes circle before ori enting his COmpSSS the) will make a circle before starling out for a PS" coBbalsai ivei the Qerman Hues. All day they are i inning and going and In Ihe dusk ol evening they ap pear out ,,r the vague distances of the heavens returning borne to roost, i Mem a Distinct Type, The flyetl become I type "Ith cer tain marked characteristics, No ner vous" man is wanted; and il is time for anv man who shows miv sign of nerves to take rest. They shy at the mention or their names in print; for thai is not considered good for the spoil of this newest brunch of the sci v ice of war. Anonymity Is abso lute Everything is done by the corps for the corps. Some nielli bet a have luck, as they pm ji, ail(j aome do not. j ' name may BOt be giv en, but his Is the must dramatic of recent experience. "He Was a pilot living In Belgium (in away ftOm the British lines when an sntt-alrcraft shell mashed his leg win, h was bll by fifty bull, -Is ,u,,l fragments the doctor estimated," as the stor y was told to the eorrespon di m "He collapsed in bis seal un conscious. His machine dronned ai right angles lo Ihe line of flight. The observer, Who was With him, managed to hold on by clutching si the ma chine gun. "Thev wen- careening down to the earth with Ihe ubseivei helpless from his position to do anything Whan I- recovered coneciousneas ami mustered Strength and presence of mind enough lo light Ihe machine, and to tUtfl II round in the Rtidst of a cloud of shrapnel sinukc He was not going to In- taken prisoner despite his shat tered leg when he found that the shell which had so nearly done for him had not injured the engine ,,t the plane. So lie made foi 1 lie neui est aerodrome, "There he managed I,, land sal'elv. Hut, as he said, he did no! dale to get out of his seat until the doctor came lor fear thai his leg would fall nlf. He will get well.'' CHINESE G MINISTER IS OF COLUMBIA Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON for Picture Frames Fourth St. nt. (I i i" i At k4AA4A4AA4AAJvAadiAAaAAAAa, W DUKE CITY Cleaners-Halters lie (AaMeleted ( .. -- Cerreepaageaec) l'eking, July J0. - Hi K Welling.' of! ton Km,, a young Chinese who has had) a remarkable career since lie left Co.. tumble university less than five years ago, has been appointed minister to Mexico the Chinese there having pe- lltloned the l'eking government to tend capable and VlgoTOttl represcn bttive, Koo has been one ol the light! hand men the government III Ita trying diplomatic negotiations oa the past few veais. His ability won for hint Immediate recognition on rile re fighting 1 ' min (rum America, ami ir 1 v.-il-H ,,1 1, ni anna ne e le c". o councillor of the Wul-Cliia.' I'u, the foreign office, i Ol Ills Way to Mexico poet as minister, be win the United States. He accompanying the am contingent of Chlneee have qualified to enter leges for Ihe coming tef ii West , ...1,1 I'hoiie tin DRUMMER ALLEYS roa i 1 1., i i I'm a (limn of Ten Plus 205 YVeSt Cold 0 tttke up the pass through P king I met' who IrVWrWi rBflasa&l CATARRH tho BLADDER and all Discharges in I24H0URS i .iitiriii T, wins 2:11 Pace, Dubuque, ta., An "7. The local meet of the Qreatweatern etreuit end Id today, l.llliam T. owned by BV erell lleckwllh. of ttUtorh, 111,, won the 1:11 puce, which was the feature event of the day, with fourteen start erg and a purse of 11,(00, Lillian T took the second and third heals Too LATE TO ( IjAHMIFY, WANTKU Brlgh work in him ken Copper. i i ilfs I.K - Iron and , hlffonler feracce d III in d, good mattress Anv reasonable of HoiiLh High. Tired of Reading War News? For a change try America's Qeverest Wnekry 10c ,it ..i asas ahBaH Hbsatej e-eeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeee- HA W KINS' MISSOURI CONCORDS RUSSIA IS RAISING 2,000,000 NEW MEN, A lllnl 10 the Wise Is Sufficient. No one can reasonably hope for good health when his bowels are con stipated. Take Chamberlain's Tablets and get relief. They are easy to take and plea-ant iii effect Obtainable everywhere. COLLEGE PAPERS BAR LIQUOR ADVERTISING ItV MORN, NO JOURNAL BPaCIAL LfaiD W,f I Xew York, Aug. i". Itepresetita iives of thirty-nine college newspapers of this country and Canada, with a total eJteulaUah of more than iiiii.flod, at a meeting held here today for Ihe purpose "f consolidating their btmt nes Interests, decided to bar llipior advertisements of all kindn from their columns. to, HORNiNf joupn. esetAi ...... .- - London, tog. U ( hag , n.) n eral l'nllv anoff , Russian minister of war, announces that RueSis Is raising another two million men ind that the fate of Hie campaign will not be de cided before some time noal year, m cording to the I'clrograd mi rcapnri dgfll ol I he Times. Plead for Woman Suffrage. Roslon, Aug. 27. I'oimer (lovernor Alva Adams, of Colorado, speaking at a suffrage mass meeting tonight, char acterised the Preamble to the federal constitution as a lie and a delusion ' in those slates which have not grant ed woman suffrage. li would never be justified, In said, Until women have the vole, tiovernoi Arthur Capper, of Kansis, also spoke In favor of ex (ending the suffiage to women. Jenrnal woe! varylMMlr bring rranlU i JouraaL heeeua Shipment I'rr pound Alio Ea A nice line toes, Okt.i, I lead I .clliii Don' I tarty I Don' I r lull I . per 1,1 55 (. NICE NATIVE PEACHES 5 By the bog I Pears. I'luin', (ir.ipes, Apricots, loupes, Watermelons, Bananas, et Vigrlaliles today Green Brans, T ern C lull. Hell Peppers, Swtti C nd ollici native Vegetables. 5.rM' ( aula ivve'l I'nla- P lorgi Our lli.i SUPPLIES FOR CANNING Mason and Economy Jars, also Jelly Glasrrs. 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