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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
CITY EDITION EDlT'ON'j , , .sixth m m; tun: TWELVE PAGES. JQUERQUE, 17, 1915, SECTION ONE Pages 1 to 8. limit h t art m Munili. slut 11. eiv- mi. a i i . y ' HUMDINGER FRIR 15 QVLn; rllllbn - J midair hkt a turd, attempting to h-dd , nmirn iii nni in I'llnnL L I III L iiiuir i in tiii iii UUIHLU 111 UULIU BLAZE OF GLORY Most Remarkable Movement1 for Development of Re-; sources of State Ever Un dertaken Meets Success, j SMALL BALANCE WILL BE LEFT IN TREASURY Putney Thanks People for Co operation and Pays High Fidelity and of Wiley. Th. humdinger fair ihe fair lhat New Mexleo r nl slate has ever I undertaken ended midnight last mchi literally m a olid brass oi glory, , crowd that completely filled the Stand saw one of the hest fireworks display! ver given In the southwest, ami alter the display spent two or three hours throwing confetti on the ijudway, seeing the oarnlvaj shows I having a general frolic. As the llfhti went out the people took their ft slowly to the street ears, jitneys ami taxicahs, as if they were lingering Of I last look at the scene of Ih. big Rest achievement ever undertaken for th.- development Ol the state of New Mexico. President Putnty and Secretary Wi ll i , . nigh) announced that in spite of the 1 Incurred aot f i there ai but 'he ieavy expense wnicn nau oeen i he fair will pay out. Hx ure.s were noi available as F Biali) hills yet to he settled. receipts already In hand make it reasonably srtain I., small balance when everything is view of the fACt that that there ui in the tfeasui Settled Up. 1 It was necensai to hire tents to house the exhibit est ul approximately $1,200 for t week, and thai everything about 1 Jail has heen on a lugger scale th has ever bfOre heen attempted, ll considered one of the most this 1 re- , narkable markable feature! of th most re- fair r held in New Alex- 1 l ine Spirit Shown. est feature of the talr (was out j csu rday In the fine brought spirit of iportsmanship and neighhor- llneaa teat was giuiiU)w-b' iiprt'- frhtaflVM of the counties that failed to win prise towards their moi'e SUC oessfUl brethren. There was plenty Of room for argument about tin Iward Of the judge, but the loseis were nol disposed (.. argue. Instead, the) extended the glad hand Of i. 1 lowshlp and promised to he on hand Bext vear with 1 1 than W before. Secretary Phil H. l.e Lai Vega Commercial the sentiment of till the morning when he tacked Of the voiced luh ountla this up over the nan uiguel count) exinhit a placard bearing the following Inscription: .-'an Miguel congratulates Boogevelt, K'hlv ami tolfax counties On winning the prtiei for the best county dis play!, but warns them to look out for BeXt year." The same feeling was apparent on every hand, this year, hut look out fin vc iost 1 the nXt lime," was the slogan of all wl took pan in 1 he competition. Roosevelt 11. mates Exhibit, Chairman a. a. Rogers, of the vic tor! RoOMVelt county commission, yesterday donated to President R. E. Putney ihe entire exhibit of his coun ty Iii be ilistrlhuted among any worthy ' "" Z 2S Mr Zm!Ztt ,iThe strikers have waived the question leet. Mr. Putney immediately turned I . " 1 ' mm, i,o,,i over t,e various vnluahle nrodiiets. eonilatlng of some of the finest apeel- ""S e, . ' . .,' ' ,,c I1H1I innuirterablc house parties at mena of" vegetables and fruits ever hat before the n tines an n ' 1 w.n , tau of empiies WM ln rrown, to the CWIe Hclterment league. ! the dominating it fluein . - f . (P' ,;'' fornially discussed l,v the men and I" be give,, to needy families in thl '"" n"'-' ' . " " woman who held the .heads of de- city. mipcU.. -a ...i, .!..'!?.... ... .... ... , 1 1 hlbltor at the 'treatment 1111 otded i them by the fair management 8ecr- rj vfllej ame ,11 tor the warm, st j he has . .... a,,,,,, 1, ioe imi 11 ..i.o.ii ''"in in contact during the nast week. ! Ubon him has lasted the respoiisihi!- " of seeing that everything rani JJ lily, and It is Silfe to say that j lias I , the busiest man in Al-, bii.picr.pie for the past sevei dais. I unfailing courteay and prompt atten tion to the need of all exhibitors have marked Mr. Wiley's course through OUi his management of the fair's buSl 'ess. and appreciation of his klnd n! was evident among all who took l'tin In the fair. Patne) Thanks People. That the people themselves are re (ponilbl for the success of the fair was in. sense of a statement issued ; night by President Putney, This slalenu nt was as follows: I have for the past week been re cerWng congratulations and applause "ii tin success of our recent stale fair, "d while it is very gratifying to re "11 these greetings and remarks of i'1'ii vai, 111.. tacts in thai the 1 pie ,.f Ni , m.'i.le this state fair. "Even as far hack ( (he Me are have the time at wn.ch 1 was urged to became the " ' Ol this state fair they were pre paring for ihe work which they have Ince done. have enthusiastically alven my time and money to trfis fair, '""1 it has been 11 great pleasure from 'he start to the finish. Hut you good P'ople of this cltv and State will Please hear in mind that it was you j "ho, by your tremendous work and. mthUsiaSCn, together with the detail I wotk of Secretary Wiley Unit have, mad,, the Btate fair what it is today, j "fine man. as I stated when 1 ac ''Pte.l the position of president of I "'" fair commission, cannot make tat fair, hut the people of this state 1 "' mak and have made the recentl iiiccess. I am grateful for the expres rUl of appraciatloa of the small part thai I have played, hut as a matter of 't, 1 have heen nothing more thanj mere atom In this successful fair, j "Secretary Wiley has been on thei Wb from early morning until late at night -often all night. Our Rtorm of londsy; wbhh threatened to aninhi 1,1 all the t.nts found Wiley hanging! on to the end of a rope, swinging In 1 iniiliiii: to Indd ' It h of canvas Ring from ins !... This nan we could not get to quit even then. H. remain., ,,i nis post of Univ. and l! venture to a thai there is no living man Ih.n could have ; omplished I what Secretary Wiley has done. To him mostly ,s (ne the credit for the; sin eg of this state fair. "Phil H. Lenoir, secretary of the. Commercial elan of Lai Vega also' isalated greatly, pertnlnslun having heen received from .Mr. Blood, presi dent f the i lub, to use Mr. Lenoir in the tremendous work we were doing on the fairgrounds. ' I want, also, to express applana tion of the work that has been done this week In Fair Commlastoaeff Howard H. Hetti and Charles a. Seheurieh. Both theae gentlemen have spent all their time every day at the fairgrounds, and ha .. rendered val- uahle assistance to Secretary Wiley and to mvself in the sire. ill me: u.irk )f the past Week "So. my good friend, you will re alize what i have Mated to you, that1 you all contributed to making a sue-1 cess of this fair, and lo all those ae-j tlve workers, espeeialiy from the va- j riotts COURttei of the state, I wish to extend my heartfelt thank." state Ovgaateedh The meeting of representative of thi 1 1 ions counties held th. in. esterday afternoon at r He of the most ejithuain in this city Nearly an th llltles re? represented and tiv permanent building tentlmenl nd perm. state was fol llent unan groui Imous 11. ii. I liii'sum ..til lined ; an organisation by which e PI m could he represented in ge committee which would get tog a, stated intervala and plan foi fair in be given the next year. trlct and county fairs would be tied to representation In the con tee, which WOUld be formed somewhat similar lines to the central committees of political rai that the Mis- ntl- TALK IN EL PASO Adjutant General Harris Vain-! ly Seeks Privilege of Being Present at Conference; At-; tomeys Also Are Kept Out, ... w ' juuMNAt. arec" Rl PaSO, Tex., 1 let. tions for settlement of 1 opper ininers' sliik. standstill today. After tng of the strikers' committee the mine managers at w hi, h tii lerence was organized and plans made, fop carrying on its work, adjourn-1 jineni was taken until Monday. Al today's session. Ad.. lien. '. W. Harris, who asked admittance as Ihe roprcseniaiive of Governor George W P, Hunt, was liarred from the confer- j eiice by Ihe mine owners. Attorneys j lor the managers also witnorew. It was stated that GUS Miller, strike leadsr, and Gutlerres de uora, nrnmtnanl Mexican organiser of the Western Federation of Miners', arc in the BIsl.e. -AVarren district, In Which no strike has been declared. Presi dent Chill ies H. Mover, of the feder ation, was said still to he at Phoenix. The extent to which the Westerp Federation of Miners would figure in the conference remained in doubt. . . . . .. .i....,......t inaieii. jisi ..a. ,V', ..; .V f 1 .each oartv remained tO be developed I iFnitlil ,0 1, . 0 oil 10 e aiiiiioo ,., later in the negot la I ions. r-r, , 7 PQURT MARTIAL OF ADMIRAL POSTPONED B. MO.NINO JOURNAL IFICI.L IIABED WIRII Washington, Oct, 18. The court martial of Beat Admiral William in. ldttle, retired, was postponed today until November t, Admiral Utile ex plaining to Secretary Daniels that he would he unable tO prepare his de fense hv 11. xt Monday, th, original date set. The officer is charged with neglect Of duty In having accepted, as machinery Inspector, submarine K-2 from the) builders when h is al leged to havt! known that there wai defective construction In her electric storage batteries. In documents relating to tin 1 UM made publii today, Admiral Uttle I qtfoted as having said that acceptance of Ih boat was has. . I oil Ihe colittac tors' agreement to stand back of the batlcrv for all time as to the alleged ' careless workmanship. The PNjaent ,, FOM K,yr , navy Inspector at iii i shipbuilding plant, I marine was constru Wller.l the suh- ported ii was unable to 1 1 ml old of the agreement T0RRE0N NOT RETAKEN BY VILLA FORCES IIT MORNINS JOURNAL IFICL LIARIO K.IRI1 V Pnao. ToX . Oct. Hi. The Car (Con!imi'1 un I'niie 1'wn.l MANAGERS AND STRIKERS BEGIN , Oct. Hi. The Car- v" today denied reports On" COS that Ton eon had J I ' '". ' ' ran consulate from ii sour. hi en re-occupied hy the fore s Of fanuto licyes and that General l.ueln Blanoo had hen liberated by a re volt of Obregoii troops. The denial was contained in message from Uus titVO Kspinosn Mireles, r.irranza OV rrnor of Coahulla, which follows "The report of the recapture of Torreon and release of General ku do BlanCO I denied as childish Lu- do Btaaco is imprlsoner at head- ouaiteis of the chief oi opei a, win To the our reoccupy Torreon waum i"i destrueti. f ".a. one troops of ugalnst .Mailer, SET CZAH'S GORT AND TAKE BEST OF CARE OF IT. SA1S BENNETT'S STOR! orrespondent Tells What Germans Actually Have Done at Imperial Grounds at Skierniewie. NOT ON MAP BUT IS FAMOUS IN EUROPE Graphic Description of Inci dents Which Follow Taking of Warsaw by Armies of Emperor William, i li Mills illl.lWMI IIINVKTT) ht: lSlfii By The Chicago Tribune.) 'liiow.ee, Kussin. Sept. II. - hirst (CpyrlKhi i Bklern I must i this arti say that the foolish caption has no sinister or seerei meaning. har from being cade, it mere)) echoes a rude American Bland phrase, which implies ihat when you have figuratively speaking, aot a man's goal you have deprived him in a manner at once unceremonious and decisive of something dear to him, and that In the process you have not on) stunned and bewildered him, but in sidtie measure made him ridiculous. The imperial goal iii question la wandering carefree and comfortable on what used to be th csar's favorite Polish playground the hunting lodge at Bklernfewlci and Herman soldiers now occupying the place not only have go) the goat hut are making much Accustomedi apparently, in Imes When Couriers were as (ton as stable hoy at Skicrniew a Ins its eVerj w ish promptlj gratl rulous th. goat still frequent bleai this ilgnal nan soldlari 1 an.l 111 neter ti Ih p the goal with a itiid,. which could not hut he very (ratifying i. the formei maatar of the odg,. If h" knew ahoiit it. As Skier niewiee has heen utt riy Inaccessible lo him since last I'hristmas time he probably doa not know. I'lioioiaph the (.out. ThU morning numerous ribald cor r spondanta from nttnieioiis more or less Neutral lands came uton the goat in 1 hit of a back yard to the left of the avenue of grand old trees which pads up to the Imperial chateau in stantly th Inch roils cry went up. ("The Qermana have got th czar's ksswisi .goat:'' Forthwith the pretty creature, 10. Negotla- which assumed In rapid succession the Arizona attitudes aloof, and unconcerned, skll- oame to atlh i.nd Inquiring, combative and so- i. brief meet- j P ri illous, was photographed in all with i those uttllu.les, and all the pnoio-con- i graphs were labeled "'letting the czar I goal. After licit Bkierntewlce settled back into the ln Iec0r11.11 of Ccrinan oc- CUpgtlon and the what the mad "z laughing about. Of llistorl sent l ies wondered dtungsleute" were ll si men (ind hanccliors, IV passed 1 suppose more notahl. t women- emperors, kings 1 ! generals and primates h within the Immltatlon castle of brick which serves for a railway station nl 1 8klernlewlce than have ever alighted at any other town ; crpinl size, but you ' hundred Knglish. 1 maps of Russia and m the world OI might look on a American-made tot rind Bkternle- ' wlce, ; And yet here In 1884 w.tk held th historic ' meeting of the three em-I ; perors," which was to have establish ed the affairs of Kumpc on such a heautlful bails and here have In tiny iii then hands From Christmas until 11, 1,1,1 1, . f July SklernleWle '..f ihe Russian gt southerly point of ti. . 1 .. . .1 . .1 Me 1 1 was 1 remendjiws , visited and mid it was Which were! triangle of dl atli wrote about iast whlcl w int. on.- of the points from ! launched the operations I Bsura-Rawka line, from Russian fell back to the ; only n feyv weeks ago. along the which the Minnie line It is fortyj aw, and 111 ipulatlou of miles southwest of Wan pea." time It has a p 12,000. Csari In Ihe COUrs Waiiing Itooin. of the Decemnr fight, aitellated railway sta- ' Ing the long. : tioti at gklernlewlci when, the red carpets for rovaltv have so often been All tne rest or 11 was .., ,.. lal down, was badly shattered, hut It hOganiSh, very satiny, v. i Chlntxy, is now well repaired and scrupulously very chandeltery, and reasonably clean. The czar's waiting room, how-. tasteless- -I hough one got lie- Idea ever, slill stands open to the glad! that it w Id light up gorgeously at sky and It will require numerous al-, night . wan, ms ,n addition I., a new roof , I is Vtnsosl Tempted. before he will cire to use It again. , ti,,. ((,le genuinely artistic objects 1 Among other things that will have!law w,.,- some exquisite lillh1 plat. 01 to go before he comes back will he, 1 1 trays enameled with miniature. ,,( the fancy, certain mottoes which Gr- delicate design Imaginable For man soldiers have worked out in va - j rloug fancy forms and hung over the station entrance. They convey the following Intelligcm of patriotic nature. j wn: DBtJTBCHEN HALTBN places were itrewn ail about It TRKI ' DND KKST . ;iaised my esllmale of human nature ZI'SAMMKN. K,,,,erii and of (lertuan human na- nnd 'lure in particular to realize that ever IIK1R KAISER WlldlKl.M DIR. sine this palace was occupied in De i (in a cask head which had heen (,,,,, nM. oy Itussia's Invaders those converted into a very presentable things had been lying there and had shield, (he arms of (he German 'in-.. reneeted. bire have been worked out w olnrs and enelr.-l d with a f evergreen, This compos. Hon also is hung oyer nn entrance' through Which the majesty Of RUS.ll ;sed to pass. Kiervwhere are new; I German signs which glv th durtanc zv:rcnJ: ".r :?r. .li,..-u not to t:,lu to strangers esne- not to lull., ,,,., ul ht'nlM :,tirl Oot till ..... ,-. ...... -. women drink unboiled wat. r. Oermaai Bapplawt itu-ian. Everything to which coal sf whitewash could lie applied has heen so treated, and the soldier! ure s.t- ,o.g m i..i.on ,,, ,.,,n ... . .,... Jut one end of the train platform. A mi. periodica, stanu wner, nil Ihe latest Herman rnagazi h, are s. entirely charai tei he tasks oi repairing and i pie.i on bath fronti moth. .,l.i al and ihoi ,.f thhsg than the At tei rltor . the) on m Th.y are dou gh at this aiad rl it's are in tile further to the south, and al to the French lysti n well matters were more al loose end) al the raliw) station la tn i i week after las wat had begun than they are now .1. some Parnate lillh Kussiati village which the Herman, have held for a ten day The dlffel end seethed lo km important becausi it spelled, out national character -die. in such large print. hot v nut lor Waller Yon rah always depend upon a Ger man soldi. 1 promptly t.. set the eat lag parts of his quartern to right, in the restaurani at the Bkl. miewice sta tion there are Oo wer on th table and a mannerly boy s ,. ,1 lo wail on table consider how I'm th. food has to be transported. On lh waQa of th din-1 ing room are three pictures of I'i. l.i Marshal von Hind. ul um and the Herman en. pet, ciowii prime and line of Joli Baptist, and Of that tele, lion I the theologians to Rtaks w hai t hi Cleanliness, comfort and low give a strangely s. .late and w 11 dered tone lo this place, when- yoU cannot walk B dozen paces Without see ing unaltered walls unroofed rooms and ungtasad windows. in the switchyard outside it and I Work cars, the roofl of whi p, have I long since been sodded over In order In tool 11. e uiois. on Kliun is iimir flom ishme, engiiu era ardeii i lerman 1 atiwa) ll--., ire "ti arm of the government service and proud of it are maneuvering long trains of flat cars loaded with ammunition watsons up and down the ti .0 ks. and as in these Herman engineer and German e ns thai one has seen so of ten and In place so unexpected, the old question rises t the Hps. "Where do, the empire get them all?" Beyond the ana In front of the station the w itchyards are still a mass of wreckage The town proper, however, seems to be unharmed. tlatit "Iron Cm of Ptsmts." The , xterlor of the car s chateau the lawn and a sunken garden In tioiu ol lhe.il teati has lately received t nen emh llshment, the parautM m y , f which will lake .1 war to decide. II la a gantlc facsimilie of n German ii .loss , umposBd of fol luge plants w leaves Dial nr.. alinosl black, and I design is uompleted with foil.' plants of which the leaves are aim asl wWi Mil the ritP of tile P. UK ices ine ornate lodge chnrph of white and green and gold. There is also sai.l to i. a private theater somewhere about the place, hut we did not s. that still iii charge of th,' chateau is the cm i. nt uatodutn (the was thrt In th days of its glory, Ha has the whiskers and the rtepreoutor) air of "faithful retainer of the family" 111 an Knglish motodrama, and everybody who looked into hw in re wo, mlttal "Ini-Hii-nuiio.!. Ml face thought what stories "V"''"1"'' he eolllil wand. 1 Id i-shrouded e In one had slept rooms of the himlinj. th Rmprar frani win n he Joined Ho- Jl meeting of th threi empeiois thiily-one years ago. Mere was the czars hedroom. 1 here was the emprei bathroom, Up fairly indeoe.nl nrlvacle of a her le- rtd hole, prattled Put Ins whisk. polit.-, ..inline way. Home of Royalty. Here the Crown Prince 1 po Bavaria had slept la recent Here was a joor al Ihe bottom stairwa that let down and dtSI Id of days, if a losed not only the tiny closel Into win oneiied but also the fact that th h it In- ner side ,,r the toot was upholstered and formed the bed on Whfch the, Sn. til. sol the . ai - l.oliygliai.l siepi nt- tWeen Watches. And lusl bcvon.l that .aihhy h .1. Ms the little withdrawing room In 'which the impei ial family used to drink coffee after dinner. The caatel- ! Inn did not tail us the grisly itoi'J about the room, hut a man Of another j nationality drtd, I don't know wheth er to believe him or not, hilt his Htoi vl was lhat ten year' ac . , rtn In grand . , 1 , i i, in that oneness tin., sini'io,, ,,,.. l oom w lien sne - u -iu ten back dead The coffee had contained " poison Intended for the czar After Investigating the empress' bedroom, which was equal to anryou would find in an old-fashioned Amer ican hotel thai lias come upon seconu days. WC had no shame left, an, I so we all laboriously took peep through a peephole a. the private chapel of the palace. 'I his apart- Imeni iii.. Germana Keep locked All wc could sm was .1 bras oi freaoo and g " aeemed to the most eplenaw part 01 me csiaiiiisniiieiu. lh(.m alAna I envied the czar and I have lion seldom been nearer to tempta- that when I was left alone 0j. apartmeni tie master- where the delightful Utile in , ,,is., noticed the fad thai In one ,,.,., ,.,.,.,.,,,.., ., ,,,,ii,,.r fv miner . . ,.,. ,.,. ,.., , hand'ei,ers ..... ,.,. , ,., ..,., ..,,-. -w, ( ' .,:-ia U...V rest assured 'f" ? ' " . u. ,,,., ,. .... u rv.r ,,i,, , L,, ,,, sent to iiaiiien Waters, Washington, Oct. 18. -Capt K. L Beach, oommgnilng ths receiving ship Maine at New York, was ord. t ct today to C08Unnd th armored cruiser Washington, flagship of Hear Admiral Caperton, commanding the cruiser squadron in Haiti n waters, He will succeed LhJirt. Com, Willis UNITED STATES TO HAVE 1.200.DQ0 Tniiiirn urn an KAINLU MtN b DEFENSE FORCE Secretary Garrison Submits Elaborate Plan for Adequate Army, Without I 111'! Heavy Tax Burde NAVAL STRENGTH TO BE MORE THAN DOUBLE Cruisers and One Hundred Submarines to Be Construct- l sit" 1 ' I CASBD IfVIMBl United Siiiti'H, cor m tiiii r. profesfiton- 1 1 n. national tribute .let, lis, then p. 1 11 shati In fol 'I lie a.iiiin men regular a 11. ..i!.i I I on. low a - The success of the plan, officials Imit. depends nol .01 the appiopr'a I tic response appeal will if , he mpioyers made to year, at iii spare ll.p, .SO, 1 I to whom furlough different and who 1 intlueil 1 - nl tluil uc.h plop d i-liUst n!v 133.1 nen a vear I in th ntlnentals, 01 a total of na 1 . iv IW.OM in th six-year period. 'more than thai numner would 0 at ti cted by 111 Itdoor lit of mili tary .amp if they could be assured I by iii.tr employ era thai noir pasl- tioie would not he lost or llp ir eat n- I , ,.. .1 ,...1 MM... 111m. . IliKK SCI 100:. i ,..,.f o. ,,0 posed enlisl nicnt reiiuUed months' service for cmh of two three , years, and 1 in fi ivice diirinu lis only in the reniaiuiio event I' war. Nar Plan The armj plana 000,000 train, d 1111 ImMtloiui. for more I ix veal's and ih, navy 1 pi 1 ,,f ten dread tie cruisers Within which Will he pre- With the endorse- Wllson, were the Interest hero to 1 .1 1 sented ngreaa in, nt of President absorbing topic ol id day. The .ill pi opOSCd al 00 appropl la .ill be 1188,000,000, or an 172,000,000 over Inst year if the navy Is 1 1! 16,680,000, urn Increase. The total de- ti ' tense budgi 1 1 nn Ineres I it is undent) 1 bond issue , xpected ft"' I tariff duties nearly 8400,900, $ 1 1 111111 nun, which. n a return lo certain removed lust year, mo Mubmahne waauMi, Added details of the navy plana be came known tonight, The live-year program Include, beside th,- ten drestlMtughta 1 si buttle orulaers, elghty-fivi cast Btihmarlnea, fifteen sea-going submarines, fifty destroy, is, fifteen COUI ci'iiiseis, and five gun ,hoai',i Two .lie idnailghts will be 'built each year. TWO battle cruisers ,,-,11 i. I. mil the i I rut vear. one Ihe third, two the fourth year and otic the fifth year. This plan was agreed 1 order f tin d for ill..! the appropriations. 1 1500 000,000 fund to he expend new ships during the five years might . evenly disll ll'lllell llllotlgll Hie va rious sessions of emigres!. The fnsl hill will provide 888." 000,000 to complete ships already au thorized, besides the ncyy" dread naughts and battle cruisers, and pro vide also for Ihe Construction of twen ty -file eoasi submarines, five seago ing submarines, fifteen destroyers, three Seoul cruisers, tw. gunboats, one fuel ship, mid one hospital ship, 12,01111,000' for aircraft and 10,(1110 ad ditional men mid 280 additional mid shipmen at ihe United Stabs naval academy. 20,000 ImORe" refugees HAVE' REACHED TABRIZ I IV MORNINR IOI1RN.I .... 11 IKARAO WlRlj New York, Oct, 8. Twenty thous and destitute mountaineer of essl j em Turkey have reached Tabriz, Per I -i.i. according lo a message received ""' l,lv""IB i s, inai v,vwv reiime.-s i, . nit , ' " Turkey had I, ached Tabrls . II un- Mini refugees llioie .1 to be Armenians I h, ilf an Tin missionary uut that the messages In Armenian and other a I e, (hut 'In 1st i.i im Ih b th. east, drin Ti TON OF MONSTER FOUND IN MONTANA ! MORNINQ JOURNAL RfCIAt Ll.,1 II WlRf New York. ' let. 18. A Ipeclni. n of the tyrannosag ru, 47 fat long and 111--' fed high was place.) 011 exhibition today ai th.- American Museum of Natural Hlrtory, 11 was unearthed on Hig Dry creek, In th Montana bad lands, by Hiirnum Brown, fossil hunter, who had d's COVSred several Specimen! Of the di nosaur. The tyraonoSeUflUS Is dis tantly related lo lixardi bui has hind P gs fashioned like those of birds. It roamed through the great basins of the Ti .1 lot h neutralli v pet peti ' p litis telurm.w from a raid dUng 10 Engtaud of any a mi, Beppellne .0 luatl) Prom the COal over (he lush sea telegr .ms are dttalnad i hem I ft Ideal 1 1 me lo make a file w trntng to England Impotnthl "Therefore when going Wl BeppetlM are careful to he p in the DatCh liinilf. showing plainly they .an do so If they wish. II' returning no penally attach 10 .1 latlon of inn. h neutrality. Thi 1 northern Island Th. , I lo-ti imp Iv i op,e that the should a the I'll Uritish pres and pill JVVI KS SENT 7 BJ P. is.,. T thousand worn foil. Wets Of th Villa army, art iii 1 nr. Ildi en, amp .1 mlgrntlni (tared ttmay, isaa Grande nd supplies, was later report. .1 1 al hundri d ci oaw .1 to h:i Pas,, in search of i FIANCEE VISIT ive Uld-fasmoned Southern Dinner at Restaurant Ki'Pt hy "Darkey' Family of An cient Type. ! MORN.NO , . . , 1 1 . 1 1 on I- WIRf I vVashington, Oct. 18. Presldenl Wilson took a holiday today and with Mrs Norman Gait, his fiancee, and Ills cousins. Miss LUCy and Miss Mail Smith, Of .New Orleans, motored lo Harper'. PeutV, W 'a.. for luncheon. 1 ' ttv, W 11 pnrti T gbl II lltcinlcl thefltei here. Tin- motorists led th white h this inornlin.' without telling ever ih While Hon., Officials where they were going ll was raining and the roads w.ie muddy, but th holiday makers weia- mil lo be discouraged unil noon found the While House car al Harper's h'ci r l' .lilies away, At sn inn overl kin g; the Potomac and 1 Ivors, t he presldenl nig "Woodlow Wilson Bhennandonh registered. W and party." Th, inn is kepi hy a negro family and the president and Mrs. Halt, but h Of Wl 1 Weft horn in V irginia, or- dci.d an old fashioned southern dln ih 1 Which WlUf served 111 the public dining room where then were twenty ollnr guests. The president asked particularly for apple but was given "poor 1 He pant for ih,- dlnn tipped the wait The news lhat the desert, ddlnl " elf and 1 si. lent yvas ded him on In .be iicuiily had I Ihe return nil vllle and Othl Wailed to see t mobile go by glimpi I -dr. The parti rem al Frederick, Rock towns, many people yy 1 1 1 1 c lions, auto -mil tiled 1 0 gel a i'llsoii i.nd Mrs. Halt. , Ihe While olse clock. RAGISTS HOLD A PARADE OF VIC ORY IRT M.IRNINR 1,. 1 Boston, lory" par the won,,, voted on this 1 tale tlnu today both men by 1 lover 1V. Oct, in A so-called "vlc- 8,000 advocates of , aim mini, lit to bo ivembar election In In I he hUMinesN sec. iffraglsts, Including nen, were revl ired Ii ami Mayor Cuf" The d v Am Hi. thousand of spectator wearing red loses, the antl'iuffrnglsts, hul no r-deinonstrntlon of any was attempted As tin pro. esslon reached the 1 Idler from Miss Helen Ids Governor Walsh tot 1 the cause" was hand le was a mass meeting ions street corners luf ' addressed the crowd!. Wel'e badgi 1 .t ller many , of III, count cons- que nee head of th state house, : Keller thank ins interest 1 1 ,1 lo him. Tonight th while on vai fiage leaders BL'LGARS ADVANCE INTO SERB COUNTRY So) a , 1 id I 8:48 p. in 1 ' offensive begun 1 his morning, the en tire tin, being very active According to reports brought in hv an aviator at noon, the Bulgarian troops had al ready penetrated Serbian territory, ai some place a dlltahce of about slxly- sev. 11 miles. The pui ii. n coivi Cltemehl the kings il v, ( In. ul any eg- manifesto declar- Ing a slate of win crowds around Hi iviih Serbia, The - billboards read the document oalmly, but tin pnssni 'iv. win ...lvalue (fiuht"i stmultano oiisly Willi the victorious irioi. s of 111 central powers," aroused some . n thusiasm PRESIDENT AND HARPER'S FERRY RUMANIA NOT TO ENTERWAR;SLA,S Ken ARE ATTACKING T Von HindenlwiA Is Ordered to Capture Dvinsk at Any Cost, but Is Engaged in Re pelline Vigorous Assaults, LITTLE ACTIVITY IS INDICATED IN WEST iwly in .,J D,,l ,1, attu our Reported Ad- IRV MO.NlNfl JOURNAL RRIIt.AL L1ARCO ,!) London, o. t. 11 t in p. m.) itu nnta has joined Greece in dacllnlng i enlarge th ...iiflaKrailon in the Ileal eusl i.i ,le, Inrinu offlclalli thai the Hum,, 111. 11, govtrnmeni til tends t. preset ve strict neutrality. This step followed close on intima tion from unofficial German source.' thai it was tlni. thai Hucharest gaie mor. definite indications of Ruma nia', atand, in view of the latuat de velopment in the Balkana, From 11 .01 man source also conies a report ihai British ami French ntlnlgtenj are L ai ing Alliens. Km thi! report Is d redltcd h. ie. and it Is wlthoiit an.i ot hi r confirmation. (.ci man- on IH-fciislic. I'nofficiai report! fmm patrogjrad say th,. liermans appear to be on the defensive along the entire line, ex c pi Hun section near liviuak, which, 11 is said. Ihey have been ordered to capture ll any cost. Berlin, however, officially reports Itussiau attack not only before I'vlnsk, but 111 a numb, of other 'place.., and adds that they have been repulsed. Thes, attacks were all comprised within the army group of 8"ild Marshal von llindeni.urg, win eh la taken to mean 1 tint thi Rusaina I h ue assumed onlnlng In die aa ture of a general otfenajv along the I front, or which Dvinsk forin a vital salient. I, Kile Activity ill Wi-sl Ah ng th western from many 1,0 lated bonslj attaoa have occurred, with aiy Ing fortunes. Huh 13 agulp linhfTI'MTilly r?Tmne, to be on, the 1 . rg ol Joining her allies In the Hal I kan campaign. While the (Tench and Hiilish a.,, still landing troops at Sa- lonlkl loi the aim-, which will he I under ihe supreme command of Gen I eral Zarrull, the former .oniman.i. r In-chlef of the Ifrench army of th orient, the Hermans announce that I thlr fore s continue to make h. u.l I way again! the Barbtana, whoa po- .slllolls HOlllll of Semelldrlll have heen I stormed. Iiiilgnrs j 1. ,110.0 I The Bulgarians are said 10 have 'forced the frontier ridges at several I points between N'egotin and BtrumUta. That Hiilgarla dues not anticipate any J hostile action on th part of Green la I indicated hy diapatchag from BUOJM rest, stating that die has pur chased large amounts of wh.nt from Rumania, which will be permitted passage through Bulgarian territory. .i liM . ins viti: rijAlMKD 111 Hi 111 l Berlin, Oi l Hi Todays Hernian oi 1 iclal itateinenl says. "Uesicin theater; An enemy nt ttick iigiilnst a position norlheast Of V'cr.neliea was repulsed. "In the Champagf, Sftr clearing the Pu nch out of Place d'Armes. east of AubcrlVe, after an unsuccessful cniihtci attack had heen made hy Ihe enemy, titer remained i total ot eleven oifners. 100 men, three ma chine gnus ami one mine Ihmwer In the hands of the Saxons "Small local attack against our 1..1 1 1 1. oi iiorthw'.Rt of tin north of Lnmeanll. where th used a phmtlthl supply of ga nadaa, failed. "A French attempt to retail I" Hons south of Lelntrey failed, These positions were wrested from them on the eighth Instant ami ihey had offi cially repotted their recapture aa hav ing taken place at I p. m. on the tenth, They were repulsed with se vere loss 11ml thn fficers anil forty im n were taken prisoners. We lost a revolver cannon, SIX machine guns and three iiiliu -t h towers, "Rnemy attacks on 8JahralMnansel Were foiled. "Eastern theater Army group ot Field Marshal yon I findenburg A 1 a attack west of Dvinsk failed, Northeast of Wcsaolowo two nil.. k were lupprtMBWd at ihe outset hy mir artillery fire In this rug Ion durlpu the afternoon and night renewed at tacks w.r. beaten off. ve took one OftCer and torly-four 111,11 pi Is,. net . and captured a machine gun Also northsasi and southeast of Bmorgon th,. Russiani I'.'peate.iiv attacked hut Here , very where repulsed, "Balkan theater The army of Field Marshal vim Muckcnun is fur ther progressing. We stormed Vrnno va mountain, lauth of Damcndrla and the village of Smol.liuao. "After ftghiing, Rulgnrisn troops foiled p asses over the frontier range of hills at several points btW9n W gotln and Btrumlka, The eastern foris of Zalecai haye been taken " IES LEAVE FOR SERBIAN FRONTIER 4 ISV MitRN.N.l .OIJR.IA.. !eetMR.l If ARID UHMton, IM. 17 (f iM . m.) Al lied 1 ps ten salonlkl Saturday for the Serbian front ,1. the Serbo-ltul-garlan frontier, according to nn Ath ens dispatch lu Reuter's Telegram Old I iiough to Know Bettor Home, N. Y.. Oct. 18. 'irval B Norman, 101 year! old, Jtm! to (ho lolling place today and registered, lie said he will vote for prohibition and woman suffrage. ON WHOLE 0