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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING .101 ILN AL.
CITY CITY KDITION EDITION HllRTV-SUn YKXii ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SEI Ually t Carrier or Mall, 0e a l .iuli single Cuptrtv N. NOTED PRELATE SEES PRESIDENT; GIVES MESSAGE FROM THE PDPE blDOOi HoitSf Has lnt( NEW PEACE PROPOSALS BELIEVED UNDER WAY: .11! OpCi NO JOURNAL rton, Bent uona i' " .i.-Mi..f.o'i. a message "f hope for peace in Eu-I.. rope to President Wilson from Pope Benedict. II am a enMegrara prata- mR the presidents attitude and indi- eating .1 bellel thai the I nlted state might In Hi a position to help i" brtnfini tin' European war to an end. After reading the message, the car- iimai ii ni.iiiifii ior nun a m w the president, discussing the possibtl-ler Hv of peace and the world situation itii the prealden " I gratification over tht u ,, the neiotlatloni over lubmarine war- appareni iih Oeri fare. He nation, mi officially, however, ,1 was said tnati ih,- president was much pleased with 1 k., tA ultlt Ihe inlt,r iew ; it was understood that the pope made mi. definite suMtrestlon -is to a ne tce I in ami iioi addressed to tii thef neutral governmenti i-ii iiiisi'- Peep tntere e lisp of the cardinal td him Monday, no inkling of it was1 heard In Washington until today, Joint action ior peace among the heads "f scleral neutral nations and) the pop,, was suggested as n possible outcome of today's dex'eloproents bnl w this idea received no official i on mat Ion. Up to the present the Un Diplomats representing the belllger-l C eni na i inns reserved comment on the conference until more definite Infor mation has been given out. it was! pointed Olll (hat many political ipies-l Hi 'ions, including His maintenance of:'0'"' the neutralit) of the Balkans, ami the"0 establishment of a separate Polish j Me kiniZilolll U'i.i.I.I hm itii .tlveri in III.' Holt illscuesion of peace at this time. til lei- still Open. The president's offer of the service of ihe United states to the belliger 'Hi-' -liil Stands open, and he has re te will take any- h.arinK direct- powers involved ,.llrf i',.m . i ...... i r. ! f in ti in dlplo. ik dirt. ' lilm; re-1 resident , In Mi Wilson's private study in the White House filed nwav bj himself, is a mass of tlata on the question, lU-lctt-Ped, lie telephoned cludini reports made to bun by Col. j ranch house tonight th.. 1 D House, who spent several I The fight between t """ 'hs abroad studying the situation.! and th American detei The Mexican situation was toueheded In tin- ueatn of one upon Incidentally by Cardinal Qtb- the .sea,., of the fiftet '"ns. both at the White House andcmpOd the land lit the stntp department, with an ex- was hurt. preMl if ins hopes for un early re-1 Officer ald tonight storgtioQ of order and government In I Plsano, a Mexican, who that country. I in the Lo Tulitos flgl Before retumtng to his hnmc Inland escaped to Mexico, Baltimore tonight the cardinal caHedlnam later was signed on Monalgnor Bonaano, the papal del-l distributed In Mexico cgate, and Monslgnor Russell. .cans to rise in anus a Cardinal looka Pleased, can, was th leadei ol In answer to Inquiries he said he bad brought to the president a m s "ik'e from the pope. He added tiiat h wanted to talk with Secretary Lan- Ing mi peace and go over Hie same detail he had taken up with preal dent Wilson. The cardinal laid emphasis on bis ' "' ' f thai 'he lessening of tension be tween the United States nd '.ermanv would have much to do with the pos sibilities of restoring peace. It was Indicated that the bads for bis belief was a SUggejtiOt) i'lat It might lie possible In get an agreement between Oermanj and ilreat Piitain for guaranteeing the freedom of the ' - and in that way atari a discus- ion "f peace terms. The cardinsl in-1 THK WKATHKK FOREX 1ST. d Saturday general i. xi. xxi Min i: i:i ni:i. For the twenty-foui hoars ntr I at ii p. in. ; esterila. Maximum temperature, yt degret minimum temperature M; range, Temperature u I p. m. yesterday, I Southwest winds; partly clouds dicated broadlj tint he believed Igotlattons toon would I"' UBdef w Ito end iin r. He indicated h I further development! might beoc ! Know 11 MHn, After leaving the Whin- House I lewed with lively interei f ;lu offteiala there expressed I he terms for which ces are contending waj revealed thai it" llscussed the iiexica President Wilson a i' hmie that Doaoe w he papal delegate, irdlnal Gibbons said lar to the one he den Iprewldent from ihe pope has tieen sent Tl(l ,n 0ther neutral powers. He said ,i j,. , rnlghi t pf tnlsaton from j , Lhe ,,,. ,,, I1H(k. publlt later. Ka, Wni(l thl. ,.ardwa t.0atlued to n-:;,,. , flliit, ,,, ,ns, uss t,1(. details of the mes- tiiir!v, was understood that H , !t" ,uili i ,,,, uptnion thai the United States! , Bow waM in B position e of great grouI i assistance in rcstoima peace, wnetn- apndtng of tht- message was . ,,, .. .. i ... settlement of (lio MtlilN XI. IE I. IM S Til i i iv f.iit i in ii r. n w ed by him last Monday. He j g a visit to friends in the I ear Baltimore at the time nd hurried home to make 7 i ount he s.l tn neceasary ana tnK ,,lt' pre-Hlnoiit, IN BED OF LAKE Victi ,f h Id' 3 nUntlinS'1 . o i l AlllCriCail oOl-: C t l in TiaiiKIo tlXpCCt IVIOIC I rOUDICi !in the bed o. a I Earl Donaldso : here from Paj dried i.ik' They were BODIES OF 10 AMERICANSFOUND Donaldson, Smith ana , ante; fr,,m the qt Dobbs, a contractor buildlni an lrrl-lan(J for ,n, ,. gallon pumping station, were captur-j VjC8l eti by the Meslcans Bei iuae one of, p the band told the others 'bat Dobbs .urnrnln pumping station a were burned by the l.al.-r in t lo- .lav came engaged In . Mexican be-1 tnnn; liKht wiih d states infan ii.ni ii.. i. tia as I from a disianti ,,i he waa safe. i llo Mexicans! ichment result-1 a detachment of Un try and in the SgCit Ml. 1 i c of tlie six rmalli Inj; their ih ad comradi following a fight Aviator Lieut, John C wiih Lieut. B. ii. .lorn reported thai United and Infantr) wire throughout the section are believed III Mexican bandit! expected. The be from Forth ml ti burned a pumping station prisoners of three Americana NATION SHOULD BE REASONABLY PREPARED FOR I. SAYS TAFT BELIEVES INCIDENT IS PRACTICALLY CLOSED ,eleiiiati ) Fair, Ml MODINfl JOURNAL SRlLIAL LKAfCO WIR1J .Jl HORN I NO JOURNAL BfH 11 BKO WlRlj Ian 1'i'ain iseo. Sept, William II. ( advocated preparedneaa for wai 10, while presi , Slate.s broki aOi again look In hand Ihe sllverjlcan commerce which the Biitiah ant lapadc hi used then and planted albtvsador here has given Informal as , aid It iseo and II ibers of th i addn nesa men's training ' amp at tht ex- position made their nisi i public a tion. knows how w as presented 10 exposition officials. (mgratalatCN Cmmtfy. The ucauleacence of Oermanj the pi eniiii tit rt'ss. i n k t Hho n niiiK w IthoUt i irtunlti for 1 1 irvarnin rue hii !iiit nv. aid between ' shadow of a i Conntrj siitnibi prepare, ' " should not. however, lead out ,,,,,,,, awas from their ini of onirtrtf, preparation The Incident, though closed, as are all hope, e cent as to Indemnity for the pies of; paieu hi ue i any belligerent powi xfter outllnlni th tary preparations v ered it necessars fo if expert ad- i I. the personnel of the mm l nearly 10,000 sailors ami 000 "ffn era "Second, an increase in ammuni- tioa for our great toast Aafense guns, the making of a few 1 6 -inch gUM '"i'1 the completion of the defenses of 'he t'hesapeuke at Cape Henry. Ii addb tion an i nereage of i ii.tnm trained 1 oat I h(' 1 H IS' deft n- , .'0,..' IV "Third, an Increase in our regular p mobile arm1- of 60,000 troop- and a tt Quadrupling t the supply .f educ itt .1 ti with Indv a reerx e ilnly un re rmy ami m 000.000, i . pproprle a ,t oiil. I ould i"'! al of Ihe I leldlng j d be left j i, 000 '"" ! irtlj nccb It III coal, be CUl down by filing authority and responsibility to one body Of men to consider the whole fiei.i of govern ment income and expenditure A large sum, he said would under a rv circumstance, have t" i"- raised by taxation. As a rpUbllCn, be said, he believed that a I har.jje of policy In a high, r pi me 1 1 most s.itisfa. loi II) but th - I mi try ins to make p gestn "s .mil ni i - i I t am looking to What m be Ami i Bated of patriot t eanCTMi in lea ( ih. i piM ejtrx i seed at liwi m ! tiim.il Income p ml i hetl an tn,l in umei it riot le i h I villi' t in I I'oill I p payment of b i i makes man be cepl the i oal urcs and thl the courage t. I hi n K inu and i n iinl the adHilnlatr the judgment of 1 1 ii'my officer ami boardi a to ii wt should prepare and aha II not on the dangerous nub- knowlei 0 SEND IN FORMA"! v st in to Ambassador rage al l.on today by th state department ! .ire detailed Information as t tttnni in the enfOrcemenl uf thi sitiou lour yearslBrltlah order In council against Amei may be mad Amerli un i an III i r the state departi Hundreds of letti mportera or mere Ither paitl for a elves to na for a nient thill lb ill 111 l.etlll Summary of War News of Yvstvrdafj I Aithougi I sanguinary reaa-jgress, pen Cardinal President popi Ben i . i hi o ns has veyea to Wilson a message from edicl regarding P ai e o thai the time la noa ripe , il has made known tie iletnlls onference at t he White House ost'ii the text ni ih. mesMge e nontiff th. cardinal admit- ri i t o Ing to ihe appar nt settlci t of the auhmarlne Issue between th United Stall's ami lierniani. WhlCl 'I he Inatructloi Bernstorff, the i Washington, a from Berlin, , i irvlca In llei Ii n afe t ' I: ussia ihe not sta ml not be pael .a ing by till"! me i igagi if hi is with both In the e been allied Dardd Ing b. drii en !onata atlnopli .ff by Turkian g' PRESIDENT ASoS EXPERT ADVICE IN PRO RI FDR 1 (OPINIONS OF BEST MINDS ARE SOUGHT Waahtngtgu, Be w ilaon ionium mai w rote I , i Sei r t.t r ret oMino i next anmi The i'H 1 1. he the best i pa i t menu told I he two secret I lo in lo confl i w d axperti of iheli i ubmtt plans ft it-it i u U lllte lei III- XVIo ll furl h in hi 1 1 1 been requeat Bei '"' " epoits ior - will disi oss them v of I be mllltar) and miniittees ,,l , oiigrra 10 Seetetaii Daniels al of III, and utle "I'll actual Biodel II i 'O II 1 1 1 1 I ' m N, Willi hae most ihoroughl) eomprehtnded the altered conditions of naval waf i., i, and who best i nmpreht ml wltal the HUM mtlSl be in Ihe future in ol ler to aland up on an euuallty with he most . rflclenl ami the most pine ca 1 1 set vi'tahie i want their ad' it-. , a program bj them formulated a the most definite terms. Whether re can waannablj propose the whole i a in tie congress linmedtstely or ,,i we i an determine when we have i tudli d it The important thina. now I ii si iii be a o om a iii planned or eoiisislenl ami nrnttrosSiVe de- Velniimeni of tin-, an it d tensive arm the uueslii if adettuate prepa rs t ion ; ir nai lonal policy, will I I would I" II would I.. tor me up a t Ime as ii can bi mad. read) i in following telegram from .lol Hi by "-hallow oiiml- and b , on r, . -ni, ni iii io - lis, in ARMY 'WO Mi: x K In , mi st i oHtenpatl ayatenia todni ' ami 'alker, of Mm Ang i eisi now If phj -i,l us. ,i aii the - I it-y ahould have be in Uarrett Sewl lyalclan of Chicago a .ii Paaadena, Ci hos" p ip 'r ' aused with 11 ii or myster) t t il pills or s si'llse." A MLR REACHES P! CI DC INI () ) miil hi riuUtV UnNNINO IOURN ndon, Bepl i. h to I loyi ' in i A liotlei ila in ' aaya that the Holland A111.11.an i stea mei itotteroa iched there on Iter lov.tKe front Ne X"ik Willi rir' ulahed Rottei F .ittle Chance Hut Murdei irs Will Be Punished, ' 1 1 the lynchlnti n I1' ' .1 Ihveatlgal 'i tii i nisb.-.i inn el's 1 .1. X on In pit Ma J Iti'-lgu I on. Ion Kent, l I - I'' a in ' msterdara dispatch Lo 1 he Bat ; Teh graph ' umpanj - - i is i . ! thai Admiral von Tlrpltx, ihe miniatei of marine, will resigi GRAND JURY IS RANK LYNCHERS TEUTONIC DRIVE FOR PETROGRAO 1 EXCEPT IN RICA CAPTURES OF MEN AND GUNS ARE NOT LARGE SI tion iii Western Theatei ntinues Much in Nature n.iorll,., M',iU Aillll.ol RNIN 'OUlMtl mtlil LI1IID IM don, Sepi. 3 i Si In p, in. i - K. ii i tie region of Riga, where the nis are presenting solid from lit Marshal mi HlBdtnbUrg, tint i-(3erman offensive is again MAKING HEADWA mra "I l troop" have reaiiiucd their wltti- tableta drawal movemenl The western forts of U rod no were tvaciMtad after two of them were dsatroyod b the haav rye mms and itornMd bj the Oermaa in 'n 1 I faotry, and it Is no nal dared egtromelj ; llkelv that the whole furtrraa In" il mjj n i, i,, un fate, for it was j no longer tenable after the Derma na 1 bail orOM tie Orodno-Vtlna rati did a I t w ii points ,i ml a whl vl,.zh ,,, ,,, ,,,. .,, 1)f ,ht. u,wn. vUaa, dottbtttMi win be the next ob- i ipijvp llf .xustrii-tiernians on this , 11, i lie t' l. tilt If lines o nn'in '"" 11 i ports a series of sin ecsses w hich MtVS tin hold I virtually drives the Russians out of parently I oallcia; thej now hold onty a very narrow strip oelwoen the S. reth liver if tu and Beasarobla, AerMa the border In is a j ttm latter piovim e tha Austrian state, igual Sv, 1( ituaaiaua set fire to a number of '!',m I v !llag'S wnb i in Ik tit linlleati' a fur I that retreat. Thus the hopes raised i iii the aiiitii countries by recent au -I'l'sses thai Husaii at last was malttng a stand gave been dlssipnied Nti UMifn Oaptsfrea. Everywhere the Austro-Oeraiana claim to tie advancing but the) haw nni captured of late any ijre.1t number of men or gUPS. The rtUSSisn ggM bale been kepi Mill behind the in fintn apd .'i'c Bjtilekly moved back when th.- rear foarda are unapte longer to bold off Hta Invadms. There is some talk of un adiaiue on Kiev, but the distance to that city Is coh -hi-1. id' ami the country ovar whieti il WOUtd haie lo be made Is difficult in the inoi t nient of troops. i m the western front the Qermana claim t" haie recovered trenches i a lib P lln i ! rfiist hi the simply icfi ; I'lK.iifemenl in thi mtddl of . v 1 1 - ea, while th. I'reneli ihe haavy aMIllery hlei hgve been the mi nine day III I I.I I IP linn- ports iifsiibs tinjir successes m cap tar I turlng n Importanl position saat or The I Buvls bay, which dominates one of j tin Tnrliiah lines ..f oommurticatlon. Inn ; the llrltlsb have sunk four more Turk y,.ne I ish transports in the straits, w bile tha v ' fire of th.' siup- imioss toiiiipoii panto. ...ih I aula ha., in Hie the movement of Tnrk havi ish iro'ps in either land of sea more enoe ' dlfflcBlt. Aim nrdtllg to thl Turks, mine si. ep' had I era have baeg busy at the entrance i nor i of the straits, and SUggeSl thai an Ht- ci in ii adx'anoe had I off An Official re- arne t apital claim tsaea lor the artillery numtf xiti si ii i hi i xt. n itsi t;i tl : i. m:ii. I. Sept l ilia London. S.ii.', i n, i The official communication i". I today by th,, whi office says. "Th pursuit of tiie Ruaslans i . I progressing m il Iii Hi' disti l. t of j th.- olhj man triangle of fortrcat a ' I from Lutsk iipw.ii tl. our for. ' s have . i rossiil I be Stir river on a wide front. I "In east (Salicls the enemy also Is ' tcirc it Ing Tio- troops of deneral von I Uoehm-Krmolll entered Brod) (on the , I railwat foui miles from th bordei ot l!i iii' , 'ii; eaat The arm ol tlneral Pflanxer yes irday. iftei heavy fighting, repulsed ie enemj acros th. heights of the iwer Bttina rlvei Under this shock The Aiistrm (liting north Ian troops. Kobrtn tin of Brest-tiling the ell- iper .i.tsi't'ida