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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. TUESDAY. AUGUST 31. 1915.
SIX Aram SOCIALIST cets OFF WITH LIGHT MILITARY LAW UNCLE 8AM "SURE, I'LL HOLD THK LINE A LITTLE LONGER." Che HMqucrqu: morning journal JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. III TURKEY IS r w. u fox c J N HaraseM It. I II K neke for j European? Indicates Respecl ihe Inciting Growing Party by Mutiny Consider; Germans, 'ii q n jusiice as ed by Courts ol A I ! PRISON SENTENC SERIOUS UTTEI .1 ,"i Jeorg a D.I! "I J1 II N U ItSBj hour, tnkm unit prlutt nml : mlD- ...... litli I'rrM It.- '! ff.lllHl tMn1 lrp itrrtkc mi h we. nibrf n.wiMi"' iiut'titliMl In . Mrilru lalm ituirt) Ihmm .rllL lour heiirti i.f AwiM-lnlXt I WtriM Jurluc IBs WM. i cot in llu smith ' Lynching in M lion n Aiiurl. II Am, ri, Bfl 1 i one i ihiiiIi ) enjoys I 111 Willi. n mi afti'iil other f'U It re DTd Tli- i n lie ' . i n in., proas Win WW Mk u "ii I) ii' Inn';'' ili iiiniii' any 1 the iWB 1 1 Trlli rutin HllU IMI II XM.I I IMI M irktni Tin- Journal y 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Willi IRC ' Ml I union mull n gardlng Hi' p Itlileh i III f l I . W Ii 'Jln youth if t Ii it '"ii (Spanish a merles n war c in nt Hi iinin ii 'ii' i (heir school histories tUutt banded down bf bllll Id Fourth t'f Jul) laud WW ""' ! I people. Likewise, il'iinany Bll Ihe Hi' r . 1 .it llu pic, its Was FrRROa. heard i tit- m) ttiti hi tti (. hi b) i' i ederh ii i in" Washington upon win ..I Mi history M ix I general knitted in. hi.. i r UrM W " t Ot tin sulllng in tUmM i' iii-i- lull' Mil III i ii i dIHM "i i i ii. tm i iimt in du i"i in in it- I .. i if law I hi. I .ii I finiiiil ii thri line I (Ml sight "f I i. ink wum tried v u ' iHMll jut I nit It Im ITW1I HTM In. courts of Ms i United States till' Jiitlgmenl ot in i n. ii instance illcmtlon rm t AiMiiitrdi rrtst ('orrrnpondenee.) Zurich, Switacrland. Aug. Ii ' man socialists arc pointing to the j trial ot Hum it li Huneke. one of tln'ir leaden, as an illustration of the ToW. I ygg consideration which the authori I n.-s have for the socialist party. Hti nrkr was arrested on u charge of "at j ti myUai to incite soldiers of the army to be disooeuietit anu muunoua, and to iadUCC civilians to disobey the laws of th' land." Although he was convicted and set. ten. rd to nine months' IrtJprlaO! ment. the socialists point out thai the accueVd leader fared far lietler than even he himself had expei ted. Hu niie is Dreaidant of the Herman Km- Kineers and Firemen's fedeiation, audi one ot the most powerful trade union I I men in tne eounirj. i ne ian umvi (he authorities did not lirlnj; Huneke! before A court martial is hailed as a '!itoi for the tOCialiSte, while hi.s! eaeape w ith a sentenec of only nine I ItiOtttlH from court which hud the j novel "! eendinc him to penal eer-1 vltudt for life Is also regarded with! aatUfactton by HttOeke'i followers. The uioi took place In Bremen end Aral heanl in camera, but a general tOtt "f 'he proreedltiKS ran be ob tnined from the Judgment which was prohMnced in open OCUrt by the sen ior JlldEe 'The eharce duce soldiers t( mutinous can n its enliri t , the sh teat : 'uUt i Ibnorlatrd l're ( m Constantinople, Auk. these days in link eapecially military la who haw Meed in Tin fear or respect Turki . ourt procedure. m..-i nl it in the past and because the tbolition of th, lions has made Ion ujneri In the Turkish law kd i neither of them are things fled with As in example ot wha jiuiiiai law is ine loiiouint; tn( siillue. The RUal of the isth tnst , caatafeu this laconic account: "Sentence of the commandant nf Constantinople. The condemaaA' "Person named rkli, Naaat the poslofiice of Ualat.i, (e thr. cais Impriaonmeat and i. from office, for having hank notes from letters given him ti censor. "Mehamed lact. UkilOl el Kara QhUmruck, to one month ifnnriMi ment; Terofik oil hospital, ti on mi "I. and K dlkeuy, to thii employe o( the if atteiiiptltiR to be dlaopedient i it be maintained incused can only thi in nd in be .far as reach iy und havtnl iliKt li nt it li d. Home,' ipi :n i .Marmara, (lays' in,. W'ti ulu-h. was tradition Aim l bttjn I'i'"' We have alljfl n "I ih sword I li July thai sal mi lie. ease und HOI One nf in. off i' i.i la i Biased m ""' trial iittorsed his petition; the! the M Hon whii campalvn for his rommu tatlon. araaed at a iriouev cost which must have been hIhkkci iiik, was suf German-American Tells Sins of British Foreign Policies war ma the Qothamttee I learning that Ins ii-ioved ell lllollgll the llliilltll of July aincle murdet bavlnc Beep paated Willi". It 1 llllllllll- w ho ,ir easela t lit only to I outside w helming hat Hi.iii. . I ' sill I 1 1 Will I'. ajar. stlol I N i nl' ii. .i. i ne ' man tMOM III" best to They wi i in tigl i IndUStrlOUS, They wi i ill ill oil a ill h ! nine to tiiii- say about ...ii cola chili Hie. ti ami John Mi, it p Willi I I lie in. all I I ii HI I Albuquerque Morntni .i"iur j read letters about the III. tn iii Europe and warn i" a opinion ai out in., cause ol I friends in Albuquerque, When Ueorge Wasliiiikti. I foundation of i In nation! Ennlnitd d " i .1 III.' ..II. null. i ninnies for hefs every w:n to hob I lets under bn K Imhert) W here da The The I '1 "IH pr i ' lur sent Am il bint a rebel buill w Ii., I lie Will KiirII renal? Th. ntiW The Panama canal' take possession dort'l know, J ipiue elands; v I'i i nch Biifllah An of il Who Who erica. some. oluilon- I of the bs In to Ibis f iwbi ing Sasla! I lua u i, ami aaslmitstted i nHv (lito Ihiilinn nl I In- ureal, new I I 'uithei iiioi c, b it k in our re I I It lal ' i . w i had Hie Hlol il ashisitu"' I'ivt'u t" the colonl dividual Uermana wlw earns country for the niipoae of at atnei Br It rah yi anny, The iiiui' wan li eatns to us from l! wum si i und oui.. i" thai recehrt i' i a in i . lint the ' banae in eentlmei Willi I he .'-pun.sb An to in in hnpi lullsm bad i sen m i a in 18 Ti, and the dram "f i "i aaae lh rel usal of c en a IScI nllion or the Monroe doctrln iithei Was the i onsl.inl i 1 1 ,. l- "i I in Boa 01 appeal hik pi a Ju.ll, ,. . I, alt, I 111 thuM ctiunt.lcs. we have I" thank I In i lej mill POlHll 1 1 ami eunimerolal asenta, 11 was to rounteract thai Inaldioua Influence ii i i.i the diaappearani or tne iosi ti n lie Roea of he burning quei ttotl of who struck iiiiiy Patterson, To an impartial mind il would seem thai ail "i these subjects are aboul equal' h reluleil lo thai of the Imp liing of 1 i.i a M. Prank, il within us borders. At least, that what the poli.e records denote, und oni the manner of its annourninB e phenomenon .- as unusual connect this dime with I upon Becker Lire links between tin police authori ties and the underworld paving been anapped ,8 new and happier state Of affalri is but Ihe natural result of the passing of the old order. At any rat", Becker's death may easily have been accepted by I be more vicious gang- I at era as Indicating that their day was over, or, if not, thut for the time being 1 il Were well tu lav low, lest the worst 1 , I befall them with no Oroteetini and 1 now, i fui band t Intervene in th, "Ohanei the 1 'lik Pacha with ment and i ii n mini 1 1 s win si'i r II, ml in lo spill Kngiw bloody i uases. decapitS SI. w in Up Hie h hlsti itreak Did A in i ii. an i ry reads lik i In . irlda l belli i'ruaaiun wai In the In. nl ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 n i ah 1 p gOOdt all 0Vi not leuloiis with tea r carried ei the hiali 0- . i n, any wei I s ami bounda, i ierman-madl i the World, Knuland 'Ingland. ie.li ..rid 11 Inn . I pant as an una no er I within the recollection of j inhabitant. AlbuqllOl que i wiun was the matter e nh i "' ii, i helself Utiles j I I ;iie Willi I I ildesi ' fenglahd goi .... i . . i mi i.i m lily thai ml aet about to con , t Willi that hi upm ' ceeded in luk Bngland ind three , time to down ill bliievi dictatln at lo ,i ;ht the MM ill Convicted of this offense his propaganda happened soldiers and sailors of navy. Ills real offehei Slatrlbuted and causm ! buted i ..pies of a pun j our Principal Bnemj among the Workmen Sliipbuilding company, gaged in manufacturing ! for the Imper'al navy. Qttllt Not ( l arl Slum n. "It only lias been proved that accused was directly conni Cted the distribution of about one hun rtis.rt conies of Ibis Pamphlet, and ul-1 M 11 to I though it is probable that he was re-j sponsible for the circulation Of many i dOUbl will be made tojniOt'e We in this court can only deal hiatus in the annals of ! with the number actually prpvea.1 he etern Judgment vlaited I Thla circ'umstanci operatea In 'avor , the inference being that, of the acus i ; nieiii in iiiui. i in iiuiiinii o'ii- tuins passu gea which constitute an I incitement to disobedience of the! ' laws Of the land, as Wl 11 a.- other pas- ; aoges which are calculated to disturb, the public peace by stirring up dif ferent classes of the population against one another. The aCcuaedl has committed B Mime against his. ; fatherland in endeavoring, by meane of the circulation of this pamphlet, j ............ .1 .. I, . '. men i,f (.er- I I in ie i s u.uie mi "ij.i.".s hi. - - j i many to agitate for begce, and In ex-, plaining how k movement in favor of I ! exercising preSBUre on the Imperial governmenl can be tarried on with the help of the press and through i I meetings and public demons! i at i. uis i "All these methOOS Ol public ngi I trttinli have been de larttl 10 be il lo - I gni by the proclamatlona issued in connection with the introduction of martial law al the outbreak of hoe- Itllities so that tn advocate them con- latltutei ihe perpetration f a enouBjhlDltio crime. Moreover, tne rnurn maa ! bv the accused to create strife be- t hnslo, boat man at 1' Panaji, son of t'hristu, ;,f to eight months and twenty prleonment, for having thn or in u iiroscniied lone wnhiiut a spe cial permit. "Hassan, son of Rannein, enulaH ot a f.ii tory at Abati; p. thn . vars' llmprlaonment; Bava, merchant of leather at Okdjiler-Bachl, to tu i ears impriaonment, attdBplro of ya- lova, halrdreaaer at Prlnklpo, to m i m, mt lis ImpriaoRmenl and fifty i pounds line for having alarmed pee . to fifty three yi, lis imprison- pounds iiiii', fur hav- in his possession use thereof. faaj Ass mi. months imprisonnienl, f"i having made 'difficulties for t ti pollc, 1 ,r Hue resson were condemned t" three months imprisonment AndM and his wife, Zaiiitche, ami mu- Am,'. "Ilassuti, son of Aklf, of Tchengsab kouy, to six months Imprlaonnx at (ol having HCCoated ladies. I been than thai ..f si Hla . bib mors those nf Intentb i IbtiiiKhl IcsNlless, wher w rong ami Injustice! iw . x. used ds to gl i sill III All I lid I that i tin I In -he nil.. - in M bill causes light n roue er counties in tlie heari of the Kiiur- uiuii German) on account aid isie, sin- chatted ihe Inhabitant glum? InnoeAnt reader! ml., the northern swamps and turned njty mi you If you do' Wh; the land ovei i" British eetUera, Eng England protect Belgium ? land even went sn i. ii us iii burn iiuir iH making propaganda for ships S.i 11"' Irtah people of today ahd Poor Belglufn and I''' are tilling tne soil for the barpna and r i - -1 1 1 1 1 k foi tin- verj exist nc idiikes of i;ni.i. i mi, though ii is theira laud She never pul up a i i.v nature's right. ami she uiw.is gets some i sin. e the Pranco-PrtunrMtn warJtion to pun her chestnuts o Rngland bis bud four ware to tier-1 fire for her she is doing Imany'a one she rmigbi the Rua-bcai to got America Into th atom in no- Crimean war, then she! I made her Sudan campaign. Where! II (icirge Washington co late. I "I behalf. Whatever reasons, Ihe fact itself is of Immense importance. With prac tically (,000,000 people of every na tlOnality and of every variety nf was 1 1 uoug n i ami leeiiug tiuywn tufvuKii led a thlrty-tlay period iminarred by Ihe vis-(violent taking of u single life speaks ulldjits own heartening message The In- ven fluent i s within must contain much of far-'good to hold in check the warring mil Impulses that arise in the ,sou1b of In dividuals. By many the large cities, ear, land .i w Vmk especially, have been I looked upon as things apart from Hit nation's spirit. Hut they hne their own aalvatioo to work out, as well as nave the country districts. In which Hie "bone and sinew" are popularly Supposed to dwell, and upon the pro- .is depends the welfare of both cltj land country, which together make the nation fur good or ill. "Huarev, "t Becnitacne, a pamtrr, to six months iniprisoriment, and Ne almei daughter of Mehmed Ah to three months Imprisonment for hav ing outraged public nimals. Fines wen also imposed. "Nnvi, daughter of Klrkor, resid ing at lsmld, to eigril months M1 twenty days Impriaonment for bavlal placed a letter into a package for de livery b "per lr war Bel- tween 111, is,- whom he ists on the one hand an classes of rier inany on I unquestionably amount Hit In the sense ot tin visiuiiH nf military law throughout th- country, clear thai Huneke cir lis nperlal - the worglng ie other band in mii illegal existing pi li no v in force II IS ,ltll. .,,,., lllaleu me "Onrrik, two years fireman at Katiikcuy, to Imprisonment , Payafot, ahoemaker, in forty-five days nnprn onment, for having, while drunk, in- Suited the police. Ullllk W as ill" '! j fifty pounds Turkish besides." i while some of the (entencea unduly severe Turk and non-lurk alike. l-.llg-fighl that knows not wha rpean wan Germany thai senllmeiii of Hie ma r . l" tu natlniiK ngi Hales, and. WhttteV! was through the g Qreal Britain that Hague was defeated, illled ea. it! Aug 'lid "Hi i i i:uit i i.i x. i 'k lux IK. Spanish With Scinaorn and Pante t l.t NT, iuV. with boa M, I lira III! Il I v r l" a. in.i.ii in Dewi v . .1 nil lilt ao. So irreai Wi Willi the Ann I I .1 fill , II , '. . I I , I ,.1 . . ,1 call M(Ulltlrolls Hull if fire WUSj il would huve U Hi 1 1 1 s 1 1 warship al s the interference i lb , I I hal I icw cv should Its appe , I I a I s plenl I I ' eh . them unfav I Hill trahis to lllg' the lilUN III' t.UNltanl.i in rely gave It iilipb.t I III I Itllll M s I. s I WMltH come from ihe pic -, is a nook im i all win. are inleriated in the blator nf tin aouthwest mi. .ne because "f pride lull also because i nl llterarj and ktlatorli iii.- histm nf New M tb t il ol lite entire aoulhw up in the history of lis limit hes indeed, to a i be churches bate been lins of the liistm y nf the stale, and In telligent Stttd) "f "I"' can mi b m ule! aithout a working knowledge "f the ! other. (lovemoi I'tinn's bunk 1ves llu' lull blsltin ami destiiplloll of all the mlsalen churches In New m.v,,.., and is roploualj illustrated with pbe i ' l.s .it practlcntt every one The atnrlea of these mlsslona are not onl liispen An If it i llli 1,1 I stilted i holy .f J H ihlpped, we found seven speculators, men Who never bandied ur saw the Hoods, ''ne mini sold immediately to another firm, whi'h proved to be his wife; i in r man as iir ti three Pom- mtssiona by selling gut produce to ihe grcengrucera Ihrough two other 'flrma nm was ins wife, the other . ' i'ii i ItKfiT! 1 Soldier, real! thy warfare o'er, Sleep Ihe sleep breaking! . j Dream of battled Ileitis lit) 1 I la) "f danger, nights of In our isle's en, hunted hall. j r all y strains of music fall Every sense in slumber lejdier, last: thy warfare i I ln tin of fighting fi'-lds i I Sleep Ihe sleep lliul ktlt'Ws '.Mm n of loll, nor night ol i pamphlet w ith full knowledge or its I contenta and of its probable effect in its readers, so that he committed i his offense del liter a I el v and with set Purpose. All these i ircumslan' ea have led the court to the conclusion that a term of Imprisonment for Bine months IS the legSI pi naif- which we Can Inflict on the accused." I Husi mi their dou n .And out of man a I I The aster-flow el s In i w nh eyes ol t nder i wnii imell "f ri Tin "ugh i be sere (clutter al coming The robins at rani ami Lb mo. Only ih An.l sbr querulous ci It kel iiiing bicust weaves of siimnn i ib gd William Duan w in in fill PROl lis w I xi pathos, literary ahoultl urise Iron s-. . 1 1 1 her in i s in . tin n barton (mu mm ,'i " i BOOM i ml anpU for which Hu n author is noted, the? ..ai, bine to make a narrative of the timet inli use hum, t n iirier i si . Main volumes have lieen written on Ihe California misaiona, but this I ihe milt mo- that 1ms been written I K w Mexic", though the it, "i e gurnet mis, much old far more varied Interest. I'rnite has made dlBtffiCt i tin- hislnrb-al lllera- etu card r ,n Ihnse latter are SI n ml n Got era or ' ntrll'iitb Ille ploblell stuff tn New Yor k i onsumera al a fall profit Winn lhN began Gray faund that with the best Of to matoes tn sell the) cmilti mnke no profit Inib.'M linn b.'oks gkwwed " loas. Thev .lid Hie natural thlng niade a ..triiul investiaatlon "f the New York marketing situation That Investigation proved that sales. We found men who had no offi ces, Who had ti" bank uo mint for their bliainess, who had no I lerks. who had auaoluiell no axpenaos, but who were ranking Mg none) off th pro tuber and the consumer One man bad .hi eiegiini boma in Brooklyn ami a beautiful summi plgce In Maine lie OWnad S stiani ya In and three automubib a, but he did not contribute orie alngb cenl tq lbs upkeep of New ,a R tin. in w Inch he did his bU i- I nesa, nm In New Ymk stale. He was not even Baying a UefBM as an ordi nary peddle! would have I" do. He did not hae to file am si ut liit "I of bis financial i el urns with the state treasurer, as othei businesa concerns d" et he was getting cnmni"ud rich on his comntlsstona. He was one of the men who had promised ua to sell at thS best pricis which grocers ;wero paying, minus the commiaslon, And our leiiiins wele six ur eight I cents a bushel for tomatoes!" Ml lilU HI I ss M MtltK il ( i Innginn Post I The eo mm and tag officer of the itii laaillns ship Wh found the mule s Trump nor plbrork summon here Mustering cum or squadron tramp ing. Yet the lark s ahrill fife may ( tune At the day bri sk from the fallow, And the bittern aound his drum, Rooming from Ihe sedgy shallow. Rndei sounds shall none be near, (luai .Is not warders' challenge here. II. i. no WsrSteed'a neigh and champing, shouting d ins or squadroM stamping Huntsman, rSSt! thy chase Is dune: Wlnb ".il slumbrous spells assail yc Iir'.irn not. wiih Ihe rising sun. Ilugles here shall sound reveille. Sleep' the deer is in his den; sbi p! the bounds nre by thee lying; siii pi nor dream In yonder glpn Hon thy gallant steed lay dying. Huntsman, reat! thy chase is done; Tnlnk nm of the rising sun, fot at dawning to assail ye Here no hustles sound reveille. JNDON PHYSICIANS AND APOTHECARIES IN FE ( AttttiMiated I'rfH ('urre-pontlent e. 1 Inn. Aug. 20. The decision the cits corporation to demolish long disused ".villi bouse" of the so ciety of Apotht car it s In connection with the widening of streets near the famous Blackfrlari Bridge, is a re minder Ol the long feud between the London apothecaries and physicians Home yens ago, the physicians, jeal ous of the manner m which th( BOOth eearles were usurping their functions by prescribing for the poor, me! und decided that members of the College of Physicians would "give advice grat is to the sick poor in the city and for govt n miles ground,'1 The apntheca ries countered by charging exorbitant prices for the drugs prescribed by I their rivals with the result that the I physicians established flee dlspensa-j ties J HEINZ i H Tomato i I Ketchup I LI D B m finn"9 " ixwaiM adds to and brings out Wl the true flavor of the 4H ! lb. . 1IK r. lea " ea Mm Lipton's Tea. am y l lanuctl Tea, pkg 7.V- iiialli y Gunpowder The apotht cnies then made friends 75c liiglish Hn akla-i 1 with certain prominent doctors and lupd) Wolf Coffoe auceeeded In dividing the profession jsp, Coffee rniu ine mu camps, tne aispeasariana and the anti-tlispensai ians. who car rietl "ii the struggle until parliament Inti rfered and defined their respective sjiIk res. Gootl qnalit) Kosud Ooflcc. lu. I I'ancy Ijcmona, dkm I lbs. beat sweet Potatoes Get our prices pa I lour. Ij-lb tan i'-i TaMe Byrup I '..-gill, can hest TaMe syrup i I gatt can l-sl Table Syi up cans t rilu-Ni Pwrk antl lb a11 : Pure Jelly, glass their ItllOM I'H: eeg I ha! nieel in caat out fear, 'aradise hath rno me and all. Vh rlstia Ml . ?arail iSi TI si the shall and cmniiilssion men "f New Ymk il had the standard i Ml omp in) meat trust beaten a thousand ir in the MS. in thl effet t that "the mil thejeaptaln was sober yoaterday" could mllegL hardly have felt a more deUctous m e had! ward thiiil rhau that which righlf ully pitospi itrn s ( Tai ltus. I Prosperity tries the heart With keener temptntloha; for hardahlP mav be endured, whereas We are spoil ad by emcees. Chamberlain Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Itcmeily. Few medicines have met with more fnvor or accomplished more good than l, ,).. itb, iii'a Prill,- ftt.Oeni nn,l Diarrhne i Remedy. Prom a small be-1 1 ure laannw glnninir its sale and use has extended bars While Laundry Ea all parts of the United Stab's anil i large tin Cups I to many foreign countries. Kvery-j wi,. ii.,M,lls. nniv wnere it nns received unsunieu P,i"0 ,l of RoTS 110 We confidently believe that it litis re- p. Iieved more pain and suffering and saved the liv-s of more people than "ile any other one preparation in use. i Roys' si. all mm ' iie or two doses of it is enough to (Boys' all Inches relieve an ordinary attack of colic or, Girls' IMwSMB diarrhoea. It has been used in many . (,-s' Oxfords. . gptdemies of dysentery with perrsci success. It is especially valuable for summer diarrhoeas In children. Ev ery family shnutd keep it at band as attacks of cholera morbus often re sult fatally before medicine can be procured or a physician summoned. Obtainable everywhere. J.K' lie and JSC School suit School Bolts shoe SI- BgC I" mi oo riin' si it" si'" si II M antl SJ t'OR I.I xi II hi SSlSa. farina StivlnewM tieet Inn. Btlltsble fur plumltlna or tin klinp, Bf iinritsa: hent sail waUtr la- j Appij tlil uSIua. "Your Dollar Buys More' AT- DOLDE'S 110-212 South Second .Stn-c. Phiute S4. AI.Ii GOODS UKUVKHKB- i