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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
CITY EDITION CITY EDITION TIIIUT -SIXTH M U x,l . X III. K. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW M Dalit In Carrier or Mall. Sim a M011U1. Single I ... a, .V. !100 FAVORS HHI TAXES IF S Secretary of Treasury Gives Comprehensive Review of Uncle Sam's Probable Bal ance Sheets for Two Years. SMALLER INCOMES TO HELP BEAR BURDEN Tariff on Sugar to Be Con tinued, Is Suggestion, and Other Method's of Raising Money Are Contemplated, M uotNIHt JOURNAL -' Ltt O WIKfll Washington. Nov. l. Increaaea - . riial tiixutliin rather than Issuance ,f bond to meet the first ear's ex penses uf the rtWrttotrpMoe'i defense program are advocate,! B) Secretary McAdOO, d the treasury, in a formal statement igsued tonight giving-an es timate pf the federal government's revenue! and expenditures up to the nil i.f the fiscal year beginning next Assuming thai con timic in effci I the pi juv law and customs duty on sugai. the secretary estimates that Illl.M." !'M iM additional revenue will be needed for the expenditures for I'.'iT, Including III, IM, 001 fur the measures fur national defense. W ould n He luiidoiisnmc. This amount," says the statement, "can easily he raised by internal tax ation without appreciable burdens upon the American people. ' Mr McAdoo suggest reduction In tht income tax law exemption on sin gle peravna from 11,000 to and en married persons from 11.000 to tLOOO; changes In the surtax Imposed ti incomes above n certain figure; ew iMXeH on gMOtine, crude and d oils, horsepower of automo olher Internal combustion on . nd various other things. , MoAdon's Statement, i . in' nl follows: w i.r the itiunj Inaccurate ling statements which art m either deliberately or lg n -M,.-r7,Wui fcjhr einditliM, f the in ii A the finances of the gov ernment n th reaped to the current fiscal y, ar and the fiscal year 1017, I feel Hiat a true and accurate analysis nf the s.'.uatlon may be of service to the public. The question of the na tional finances la so Intimately relat ed to other vital problema which must h,. settled In the interest of the American people that every right miPded citizen should want the truth in order thai he may help form that Intelligent public opinion out of which aloni can arise sound and Just conclu sions. With this In mind. I desire to submit to the public the following in formation: Good Balance on Hand. We began the fiscal year IHI (.inly d loir. i with a general fund balance, not Including amounts to the crpdlt of disbursing officers of $ln1. 170,106,71. Compared with the bal ance shown In the dally statement of June 10, 111 treasury , this is composed of the following: Halanec In general fund. June 30, 1915, as per treasury dally Statement, MZ.OIt, 71f.lt, Add national bank note redemption, fund, which, by law, is a part of the public debt and not to be set up as a liability of the goll era fund, tl,tlO.I46.&0, Add cash deposit during the year HIS and In . bided lii the revised totals, advic e Of which Were received at the treas ury after June :iu, 1111, 11,764,044.18. Balance in general fund, June to, 1911, (revised basis) 1104,170,105.78. Sugar and Ijiii-rgoiu-v law. "Under existing law the prenenl duty of one cent per pound on raw sugar ceases May i, 191H. and the present emergency revenue law ex pires on December 31, ittl. Assuming thai these two sources of revenue are eliminated, the following results may expected for the fiscal year 1910: General fund balance in the treas ury, July 1, 191',, as air 1104,1 70, Hi.',. 78. The estimated total IIH are 470,ltl,S0O, Total, 774,r,35,60:,.7S. Total estimated disbur llil, Including Panama mints, 1716,891.000 dv shown I.. surplus or balan .Inn.. I ! 57,l4,gtl.7. The duty on sugar and gency revenue taxes ought tinned. If this Is done, tlv the cmer to be con additional receipts from these sources for tht Waal year 1916 should !c ($41,000, 08 from emergencj taxes ami $15.- "00,000 from sugar i 1(1,000,000. Balance, i 18,14 1,401.71. rrohabic Appropriations. n may be assumed that ihei will appropriated by th, "fpplemental i stimates congress for ami deficlen- 1 P-s for the fiscal year 1 !H B, a total of IU. 000,010. Surplus for fiscal year IK Hi (as unilng that emergency taxes and iU ar duties are continued) iint.tn, Ml.71, I'anania canal payments for 1910 estimated at 116,000,110, These, Under existing law, may be paid by h;ile of bonds. If paid, however, out of currant revenues, we must deduct 121,000,00, 1 n this basis, available balunce at end Of fiscal year 1916 would be J"6.644,I05.78. Now let us consider the fiscal year 1117, which we begin with a balance in the treaaurv I7I(44,S0I.7I. Total IBM I wind Receipts Total eMtimated receipts OH the as sumpn,,n that present emergency rev enue taxes and duties on raw sugars are continued, 1710,100,000. Total for 1117, I07, 144,101.71. Total estimated disbursements in ' biding $18,800,000 new or additional expenditures for greater national de fense or preparednesH and excluding 'anama, canal payments. IS3H, 951,000. NSTEAD NEW SSUE OF BOND THE WEATHER wr vrui i: fCMU cst Denver. Nov. :. New Mexlcv day and Saturday fair. M .har.g.. in tcmpeiaturt-. Tri- LOCAL WKTIIKK BBNHHb For twenty-four houis, ending at 0 p. m yesterday. Maximum temp, rale re, ,., degrees minimum temperature. ;o; range. 3. Temperature at 6 p. SB. yesterday. .'.0. North winds; partly cloudy. Deficlencv for year 1917, 394 BMtmated defc icn. v at mental appropriations foe OiiO.OOC Add for workint- talani in tie.i- ury to begin tiseal year I'.HR. ;, OOO, flOn. ( anal tAix-miit arcs. Panama canal payments for l y l are estimated at Itl.NI.IM. if paid out of revenues and not from Ma of bonds add I1S,00,00 n this basis the total net revenue to be raised for fiscal year 1917, is I 1 :.soti,:)9l.i2. If, however, the Panama canal pay ments for the years I91B and 1917, amounting to u total of ir.o.uno.ooo. ahOUld be paid Ironi the proceeds ..1 bond sales, then the amount ..f addi tional revenue which must he raised for the fiscal year 1917 Is estimated to be . s o . an 4 . l' . it would not bi an unusual thing to finance the I'an- ama canal payments bt the sale ..f gov , inn,, nl bonds! in fad, ItSvi'in 101,02 of Panama canal have been met by the sal payments t ,f such I bonds as follows: i S. i u s of 1 9".;, ailminist President House vcit, - per i rlpal of bonds. 114,111, llli cut, prtn premium I received. 1 1 ,:4.fi0.2. Series of lilt, adminlslration of Prealdenl Rooaevelt, ! per cent, prin cipal ut l.oinis, a.in.vgu.uuu. prenuaw received, 73l.o(i8 It. i Series ot urn. anminwuwiion i,uj iili iikh President Tuft, 3 per cent, principal, Mr). ,',',.. i, ,, ,.f the cblldren iof bonds. S0, noil, 000; premium ''' ','., upstairs room of the bold while ceived, $1.391. 371 19. I she went t., the l.nk-rv for bread. , Total principal of bonds, ik.i.'...i. 1ni,.jn), h,.r absence the gasoline stove 9S0; total premium. ' , :',lV.sV.,, .exploded and started the fire in the Total realised, 111, 100,841.01. .,., wh, re the children were. By OnrroM KevCMSea Used, the lime she returned and help Under the present administration! arrived, the flames had cut off nil ail payments tor tin Panama .anal hope of rescue, bui Mrs Burnham have ben made out of current reve- made a deSPSratl effort to rescue her I nuei amounting slBCS March I. lOll.lchildren and was painfully burned In I to dale, I.. lT,4tl, 111.11. There IS!dolng so 'no necessity, In my opinion, for th lii, sir,a,i- KapstUy. ' lasuance of bonds, notwithstanding. Tn(. buildings concerned In the fire the continuance of the Burogten war j we.e ,,f trams construction ami the and Us inevitable effects on the rev -' , ilm,.s s,,r,., rapidly. The Santa I'V I (Hues. 1 believe that It Would be firi. department was called out to a--ifar preferable to continue to pay the sjM tm. ,.itv i,partiiiciit, but about all expenditures for the Panama canal ,1Hl could lie done was to prevent the I oul of current rcv nuen Bspecia.il) Since the canal is almost completed and it is likely that the demands. upon the treasury from that source will hiruelv dei leas, in I he near Mi-. in mo n-ar io - i ture. If the policy is adopted for; 'providing sufficient revenues to cover, , the Panama canal payments as well as all other demands on the treasury,, lit will probably be broad enough to : luke care of any ordinary OuctUS-1 jtiona In the revenues and expcndl- ( lures uf the government In the future., Therefor: r bonds are not Issued rfOf ranailt, "raiinl payments, the to ital nmnunt of new revenue required for the fiscal year 1917 a.ssum ing, i I a before stated, that the present, I duly on sugar and the present emerg ency revenue taxes are Continued) is 1 1112,101,114.11, In which is included Ithe sum of 111,100,010 for prepared ness or new measures for the nation-i ,al defense. This amount can easily I be raised by the Internal taxation 'without appreciable burdens upon the American people ttoeourcea tre Ample. The resources and wealth of the, I country are so great and are increas ing so rapidly that the needs of IBS I government for its normally grow 'ing Expenditures and lor Hie carny l Ing out of the larger program, for national defense can readily be met. I : Merely as auggestlons I would say ithat consideration may well be given I to increasing the rub s of taxation on Individual and corporate incomes and Iof reducing the exemption under the pu s, tit law of $,1,000 for single and $4,000 for married persons to Hi.OOO land $.'1,000 respectively. The surtax, could begin at $10,000 or $ I 5.000 In-1 stead of iUO.OOO as provided at pres- cut. I In addition to an; Increases that I may be made in the corporation and Individual income taxes, a tax could , be Imposed on sin b products as gaso line, crude and refill, d oils, horse; 'power uf automobiles and other in ternal combustion engines, and varl- Oils other articles not necessary to mention. These taxes would be wide- ly diffused ami scarcely felt. Car I Mainly the nation is willing when it, i is so able to do so. to raise by taxa-, ! t ion the amount needed tor SUCH a vital purpose as national prepared-1 1 ness and defense. I I It Is, of course, the function of the I Congress to determine what revenues. , shall be raised and how. and these i v iews must, not be considered .'s ; . program but merely as suggestions tor discussion, l Secretary McAdoo explained tonight thai WhlW the proposed army and, IWVy appropriations In If 11 would I represent an increase for prepared-! j ness considerably in i.,.s of the IIS,-j 000. 00(1 referred to in his statement,' a part of the expenditures authorised I actually would not i. spent during; ''that year. He estimates that $HH.-1 (Ooo.ooo will cover the Increase fori ! which additional revenues- must be i found by the nexl congress. HEINIE DESERTS; WAR GAME TOO STRENUOUS: , MM Hugh Perry, wife of s well-to-do isr aeawssj tmmmh sasent tsasss anasi ! Dallas business man, was found In New York Nov 11 Hlenle POltultS, g ravine a short distance outside of late a private In "the Herman army.jOnk Cliff, B suburb. The throat I d New York todin a .Pserier and a stowaway ,l,o;,i-,l ibe Dull 11 steamer Noordsrdyk, form which bore th lie wore a unl sarthstaini of the trenches, Ma.ld he had grown weary of war and asked the I UStomg men to let him enter the United States so ihat he would havi to figin no more. j The customs Inspectors passed him ion to the Immigration authorities and they took him to Ellin Island, w here be will l. held while his rase is de cided. If he Is denied admission Ibe 1'nltert States he probably Will to I be 1 held here Indefinitely, as lo blm would result In his captur British. Schultz deserted. In said, a father and brother had been ileport by the I He made his way undetected : Holland to Rotterdam, concealed hlin- ! Holf uboarH live vi.Hnet and eluded Dutch Inspection and ihe British who held the rtMUnsr three days in the Downs. Forty-eight hours later Schultz crawled out from his hiding place, and asked for food and water. TWO BABES ARE BURNED TO DEATH CL0V1S FIRE; E. I Mother Leaves Hei Children in Upstaiis Room at Brown Hotel and Returns to Find! Building in Flames, I TRIES DESPERATELY TO SAVE LITTLE ONES Disastrous Boih Ci( Blaze Ci is Out Railroad De- partments, but Loss Is Sustained. it SHJ.UvJU I CJois, N. f., Nov t Burnham was painfull bi ly burned and her two ci ,aged twenty months and three years, were burned the other to death In , nf Ithe Hr,.w tonight win li deslrov ed hotel and two adjoining (lanlM from spreading to I buildings, ,.,rred bodies ,,f th WRre found by the firemen .fi, - ,. WUs out behnnl a trill they had evidently (lied to lef- uge, The loss is estimated it ? 1 11,000. CARRANZA FORCE IS OAlfv Tfl DC PUCflFii1 Oniu iu ui ufiLunbv la MooNiNa ..,,'. sesSHW - .) Douglas Ariz., Vov. 2f,. Tlie ad vance of l he I'arrnnza main army upon Nog-ales for the purpose of striking a crushing blow at the Villa base, is blocked for approximately a week by the destruction of bridges, between Sorillo and Martinez, accord-! Ing to tlcneral Calles leading the ad Vance in a report dated yesterday ml Qeneral Obregon at ganta crur.. The bridges w ere burned by Gen. I .InstiB Maria AcOSta, leading the Villa troops that have fought the advance of the Carranaa forces along the line of the Del Uio and Nogalen branch ; of the Southern Pacific railroad for; nearly a week (ieneral Acoala is re- ported by (ieneral Called to have fi nally retired upon Nognles. Callea stated that bridgs-bulldlng quads were repiirlng the destroyed bridges but lhat II would be five or six daya before the main body of ar tillery and Infantry ould advance. Meanwhile Colonel Aneheta would proceed westward toward N'ognles and rcconnolter. To Kettle racking Uouae Questions, ' Washington, Nov. 25. Settlement! of the various questions arising out of; the detention of American packing; h,,ou.. orndnolii , onsianed I,, neat I a 1 I cuntriiK nrobablv will be undertaken in London by direct negotiations DO - tween representatives of the packets and the Itrltish foreign office, tin - British embassy her.- was advised to day. BAFFLES POLICE OF DALLAS. TEX. Body of Well Known Woman Found in Ravine by Negro Boys Hunting Rabbits; i v nanoKc Dallas, Tex., Nov. !S. Tbe body of evnieio nmimviuiwii. nimuuin Mrs, reirv uisappear.-u ,oveinier i.,. the police and an undertaker said sh, bad not ben dead more than forty- eight hourf H,r disappearance had; beiii kept secret by the police, who have been searching fur her, without j finding any clues, for t.-n dins Bar husband was sild to be in San An-' toili,, today searching the city. The body was fully clothed, even to p new turban Which it Is said Mrs Perry purchased Hie afternoon of her disappearance. There were n., marks f a struggle about the clothing, but two handkerchiefs. apparently a man's, wi re knotted t ightly about her CAUS GASOLINE MURDER MYSTERY fter his! throat. There was n bruise appar i killed. ently made by a blow nl.ove ne ear. through I The wrists bote faint marks w hich some of the OftKeN look to be nail prints. Two negro hoys, hunting rabbits, found the tmdv. The police said they had no doubt thai Mrs. Perry's body was taken to the ravine after she had been killed ONOMIC DICTAK FOR GERMANV Mothwa atv,ti .... ,,! Berlin Nov. It) via Loadoa. s M p. m. i In coglecttoa with the war measures ot the Uerman covaramenl regulating indiistiv the distribution of foodstuffs and o, her thou Ih logi.e V.lka Zeltuiu; organ of the Bathol today again raises th would not be ad .ti economic dictator t., sconomli . imtuati i conditions during tht The Volks Zeit'mr, lltical conditions gh r tempts to incite 01 i other ami chnr, es an influential le central party. , i. whether it iS to appoint an take charge of and agricultural war. armies thai po. a pretext for at -, lass ugainst inl and counter" charges that dealer- uul , ..iimiiih ! ea. h are endeavoring to derive imfaii advantage from the pr at the expense of others HVER PLANT TO ELEC1RIFY BAVARIA i no wia i v 'a l.on dst of the I Mnnu h. Uitval i - r - 1 thi n;u Hie i'uvmii.,.- government has, ot approval ni i t ic t rlea I power I av aria w lib etOC : pia, eu us limn I the iiroiecl for fl i a I plant to sill In. oovvcr lv nil I , A t, midairs t t panv "lib , cntital . I.i can v and out bond issue iii, so-cnll of I7.7ri0.000 ed Wale hi n lage at Krulnn, five i utlet of i be lag proic. miles . and plant, t with south a dam of the, I with the , listing I Reduced cost pre T PEOPLE JOIN IN Auto Manufactu Replies From to Go on Pea , Out viteel ObC H Missi Tor, Nn. 2ft. Hsnrj Fori I gave out Copies Of replies he ad to telegrams he bad sent 0 prominent persons, ..sking to leave with him oil l)ecellll,er i " i them I for Kurd Burop oil ii peace mission bad telegraphed lhat lie Mr. pro- l"ed to lake leiuViug American men isj and women to flirisliauiu. mocanoim I'otienbatcP where they would meet DtiWtra irii' peace. Mr. Kurd t.4ted In urging said he had re from Thomas A. ceived acceptan Kdison. John W'a nil maker. Miss .lane Adda ma. Miss Helen Keller, Mi Anna Garland Spencer. MeadVills I'll., and Krcderiok C. Howe, colli mlssloner of Immigration, N M Mvl II ,l(lls I i ,t; u s I'l Phllad a maker. announci cop tod member sloil. dphia. Nov. JS. John wan former postinaster general, nl tonight that he had ac ini Invitation to become of the Kurd peace eoinmis It All I IH II l I M.ltl I s BI (Ull M TO I It I-A It I V st. Leula, Nov. H, Rlclutrd Bar thuldt. former congressnian of Bt, I.OUll , annoi d tonlghl Iki had 1 ci pied an invitation to Join the peace party which is to go lo Kuropi "i a sttumer chartered by Uanrv Koni. OOVBKXOH BREH Ell DECMNUM iiaiion Jackson. Mc-. Nov. How-rum Mil I'l lirOWCr today declined an Invitli- Hon to become a member of Ille Kurd 1 peace dutlei eolllnilsslOll. prevented his He said official participation, 1 ! MOM'.lM j, GOVERNOR Will Nil I ll'l Helena, Mont., Nov. it,. Governor s. v. Stewart, of Montana, rocelved toduv a message from Henry Kurd, Detroit manufacturer, Inviting him a peace for Eun lo bring s, Tin ic Ibe Il mni, moii v. Inch v .nib itlon ,f lltie i i th nation. ALSTON' NTH I i.m i i:oi: i niiI i mi. i ornor namui i ceived a telegi come a mem i commission, would d 1 id, " M. Ilalstoti tOflaj am Inviting him lo r of the ford p Mi,, governor said 11 Hie inalter tomor 1 1 1 NX I i KBRITIKN V I I I- I I N I I KiN ft m , i loin . No. . il Ban lb l.lndsev. judge of Denver's Juvenile i ourt, and Mrs. Helen Cing Ho bin son, former slat senator of Colo rado, today announced their at i P tane,. of Invilatlona to KW the Hems Ford peace expedition to KUfOpC. i Iovcrnor Csiison also received an Invitation but whether be v had not d. cidci tonight ould accept r Ay II y to CTC"n i MIVI I L I IO VIOIILU BY TERRIBLE TRAGEDY IB MOMISB iO. IMH. ML LOUD IKf, Cheyenne, vy , Nov. It, Als Coul. aged '14, his Wife, 1 1 -year M old son ami drowned in home last tar-old daughter wen lake iunday nsa i HOC their ranch! riling to a message grom Cody. W'0., today. The drowning was witnessed by thmt other children aged 7, t and years. None of the -iirvivmg children oould gtve a coherent story of the accident, saying their mother and elder broth er broke through the c-. The . year-old child attempted to telephone a neighbor but was unable to make himself understood. Ab sence of lights tit the Mot'oul home caused neighbors lo Investigate. The bodies of Mr. and Mrs. MeOoul were claaped In each otbei'a arras. MANY PROMINEN FORD S SCHEME VILLA SOLDIERS CROSS BORDER AND FIRE ON 0, S, 1R00PERS , Miinvlvo M""1 Jy- ivaders Killed by: rvnvsric! i avail y men ana 3ne Woundet Brought In, lisouei Is CIVIL UHf"ICIAL OF NOGALES EXECUTED Authorities on Arizona Side Boundaiy line Unusui Vigilant Because ot Qro ing Mexican Hostility, Iftv - into rich, can da the srvo 'alls. ! re in i dates ,,t Harrison i ., tired on six Ai the Tenth cavalrv other troopers -five en v a ,pell, lb camp, Vicente Terraaas, a c Nog. ibs, Sonora. was e i,v ,,i,ier of (ieneral Ac lltg ex. led bis llUtllo ing the desth ,,i Uex llclpated In Hie riots n town last night, Hentlmant among was apparentl) kl. Americans today. The thorltisa on (bis aids ot wele unusually vigilant official of. ut cii today il In adhen m-. wing elainsi military aii tbe bounder Ilia (iovcrnor I lees. ('alios Randal srnor of donora, the mtsrnatlonal the condition tha Relf subject lo oi Kftnv officers sti II, acting Villa .n w as allow ed to cross boundary tonight on t he was to hold him ders of United Stales ttloned bete, was reported that villa s era l Acosta, was eor minandcr. i Ian no. luting a slm- ilar move. aovernor Randall declined a guard ut the hotel where he registered for the night. Before the Villa execu tive was permitted to enter the Cnltsd states military authorities stationed here obtalio j an order fmiu him " -it antiig thr, ,. Aiiiet lciins. wboae nanu s ; were stated to be (lllllland, Kilter anil : iLehmann The three men charged I with v iolating the neutrality laws of i the United states were brought here and made prisoners In the barracks , lOllllland, Elger and Lehmann Irs tc . used of having escorted negro troop ' rTH into Mexico several days ago. PrecattttotM Im Taiscn. j- The guard! and patrols of the Unit- t led stateH troops wet,, redoubled late i j today. A troop train said to have; come from the front with wounded) soldiery of General RodrlfUes' com-' maud arrived at I; IB o'clock tonight. lit was understood lhal tho nocasjiary 'orders bad been Issued by the 1 'lilted i Stales commanders bete sanctioning i the removal ,,r about uoo wounded i from Nog lies, S mora, lo tills place 'pending the arrival of (len. AlVaTOl pbragon'a foroaa, , There was talk of th, evacuation of Nogales. Sonora, tonight b.V 'he Villa i for,., :-, inn this lacio d confirmation j from any authentic SOUFQ0, iti:ii tint I Ml NTS MM BUMHED Tit Not. AM: POUglttH, Ariz.,',,. 16, -The scene ,,f M.iiiiurv itetlvltv in in.rl liirn Mo la uhi'riin,, fro,,, Cananea ami vi - eintty to Nogales, on the American Jiordcr The troops .,1 Gonciral Obre - iron, after an empty victory ai Co - nan V ill ni, a fruitless pursuit tlieiioiouKn i roes under Gen .lose Rodrl-loountrj , vhlch eluded caBture. arc ; Springs I Nogotei where the forces of Villi ,, .titrating. Relnforcemi lo I 1,1, i ill , Do ler patrol glaa to N, have been rushed from II ar, their rapid, today oegini prog i, Advlc, stale, ing 1, m irtl ird not expected to l,e k fi'om i len ral i 'alios that the destruction of lailroud igliwav brldncH between Zorlflo and and Martlnel bio. kid the advance. the line of march was accomplished ,f Villa troops un la Acosta. n Ibe Villa audi WM still waging in rmosllte lodu.v . a Carranas reports ! The . obstruction of General Calles a detaehnv ni t Hen. Jesus Ala . I of I by . d in Ille eg f. I! M IM N VMM HI: i:ii.nn I'EIIHGNM Mi.i i d Laredo, sons were a train on Tex., Nov. il. -Bight per- killed iu the dv namlllng Of the National Lines ot M , - ten between Tampion and M on November ill, according to which reached her,, tonight. llterey, tdvlcei There mi any l was no off! Mi dean an iai confirmation ft srnmenl official annoiinc e dv nun id, i inl) meagre j if II Ml dingo mta moils past six said He v h Villa's . : and has be n Infested for tin months with Im n.lli s formerly word com a rmv to Slop Hem In. rea- Bi Lon, Inn, Nov . IS (4:10 p. m. )' A bill which was Introduced in the house ,,i ooMmom todaj Ii to restrlcl during the war increases in rents and the Onlllng In of mortgages on small ilwelllnn houses In QSrtalfl areas. If uch bitterness has been aroused hy attempts Of landlords to exploit the unusual demand for dwellings in dis tricts where munitions are manufae- I lured. POLICEMEN ARE BITTEN BY MAN WITH RABIES H..IN.NI NMMM HWUI ,Aia ,li PMtaborgh, Nov 16, John Bukowa age,i ' t while suffering from raMai hosnHal today running through crowded thoroughfare scratching a biting at people until a patrol wago loaded with policemen Kav,. . h i- After a battle In wha b h, polo offb-ers and patrolmen were eltht bitten or scratched, the afflicted ma was returned to a hospital, where h alia, 'ie,, tie- superintendent tb- uh) sician in charge tad an ot l rty, Hukovva was finalb abdu,d an i ..turned to the hO pltnl 'v le re he die in a lew hours. All the poll itMtlited leaves Involved b f absence undergo , the llos- the Pasteur treatment, pltal offlclala and th w bib or.le been id.o e, i under innervation. Bukowa vv.c omen ov .1 U..K ai'.HO two months ago, but did not act strangely until tins morning TWO MEN SLAIN WHEN MEXICAN RUNS AMI Sugar City, COUl men vvcic killed and i.v I'adro Vasquea, this after tiigm, The place In a local saloon Nov TW , third injure. Mi e .,n, her sla.OK tool i Vasquea, w h (his , ,in m ii ii it - ,n and drawtni i reel; known in walked into the sal, a revolver accused Rmelki Montnlol and Benito Lopes with robbing bun1 Without permlttlB the men oppor-j (unity to reply, it is said, he opened The Inst ,h,,t killed -Nl s 1 1 .lie, in . dantly Vaatiues'a lit her, Slinoii dtnl Vasquea, attempted to Intsrvens indithe stepped between bis sou and l .opes, I'oli., fired, the bullet tote through his father's shoulder and killed Lo pan close befor a I eeov , ans The city marshal by and disarmed - ii ii v more shots , ques'i father, II u bi ah the partti vv ., .. th, oil, I standing Mailt an be fired. QUITS GOVERNORSHIP TO SERVE IN ARMY Sin Ueorg Icon, i or to Krancls, o, Nov QOVemor Black, of th. 1. 1 1 it. .iv ,,f v H- Ired his resmnation as govern Premier Borden of Canada, it w.i. learned loilav, prepaiatoiv t - , . pi,, nee ,,f a commission as captain in lb.' rxpcditlnnarv foi.es to be sent; to Km nee I" 'he spring. Arrange-' ments wars made recently for such a course with General ttamuel Bulhea, i coiiimauiiiug the Canadian iniiitiii. Governor Black, ii was said, will tared its interest upon the niwuoe .i no mto the training camp at Van Rumnnla ami tlx- Intervention of itus oouver, 11, c. for three months and I sin It is well established thai Hussia Hu n take command ill a eompany to has concentrated a arat army neai i,e reerulted m Yukon ami cimceii-' the Rumanian fronilsr. and dispatches 1 1 rated nl Dawson, whence the men win march over Is nd mo mile their wiiv to Vancouver Governor and Mrs. Black ar hei , TUSSdS for a v Isit to the ..in. Pacific e.UWUtlon. TIluJ v Isli lor a sdoi t , imc be i m Srnot bikes his cum mission. STORM'S TOLL IS i iv ed Pan wlO gov- Vic of Hot Carries Path! Springs, Aik, Destruction Property Los? javy, Utile Id person in k, Ark , Nov : known to be de, lnmn la I 1 1 nved io be i. id ruins of are Injui 1 fatally, fi ... borne and abOU soma ot them i .... m;, a tornado i hi thickly set farming i ot Hot : ii and In.lu da mag The Utile inior llc inm was brought lo paasengers on a Rock ni reached hen- short- ,, I, tunhlht. All Wiles ale oul id commission. I I he dead were killed Island ly aftei I,, Hoi Prai i by Hi were. M I : tl M IIH MIIS IS t a.n.n i: i; ANA'DA, cm iWBUli I'AI'L THRKK I'llll.DRKN. Hlti hiksi i ; AV1H, a negrei THH Ki HXJItO cilli.l'Ki. dentlfli d Mrs. Tannei met instant deal a scantling -u driven Ihrou load. Mn 1 snada's head w red from ii i' botly by Hi Ing from the w i U of hei home, A man employed at the f, d t !rl iiuib, 1 1 is ml mg The WHS tenant hous, Ished In "hi nd II i h be 1. 1 In lived tool - ved hla i odv s in , rings in- V. H club! the turn Mrs hosplti lured The Mauri, housi i lllb II of He Hot da nun Hprl inirv I It I KNOWN II N I I .' IN. II HI II more than I B Ark., tonight whlcn swept day. Barlj i damage weri 000,000 0 injured In ''' as ,i result of over thi CltS Miniates of tin placed s ft springs, tornado lata to propei 1 1 irlv II,- HOI sion -1 1 1 i ii I III l M W I M H I . t , it; il HeUlton, T' X , No con was killed, ma w Idespi ad proper) y u brief but furious Sinn k Houston and iy Injured lirtdl loss caused bv aguall which! . I. .!,.. I.,,.. 1,1. , day Many warehouses contents Wele lilowil dajeagjsd. down and their 10 KNOWN DEAD MANY INJURED ENTENTE POWERS ARE GUARANTEED GREECE WILL NOT CAUSE Tl Mrdial Relations Established and Allies Are Satisfied by Assurances Obtained From Athens Goeinment, GRAIN SHIPS ALLOWED TO PROCEED ON WAY Mdiift: idem- art in NesiO l inuxhii Mlr.Ak , ,) 'ov '.' ( '.i S p, in. )- ( 'oi is I,, tWeep rrc,,c and powers have been eslab th. ilreek governiuetit's I tint no attempt w ill bo 1. ndon, I el.lt Ot ii tents llshed with aasu ran. es made to Interfere troops should the) with under the any allied Dentin- gency be forced t., cross the tireek frontier, and that, is heretofore, rnll wav and other tacilities will be Uf lorded thStti That Hie aeeUrillee ttliit the guar antees are satlsfaetorv to the allien Is shown In the fact that ilreek grain shins which had been held up nl Mal ta, have been allowed to proceed to their destinations, relieving What would have la-en a very serious short age ot bread supplies il their delen- ii. ,n h.oi been prolonged It Is understood that the allies have 'also promised Ureeee a momentary Indemnity after tin war lor any nani ig. which might be done through the aceupatlOnof Greek territory Interest In Itiiiuaula. With this Monty guggttng out of ii,.. u-av Hi,. I'.riilsh oubllr has Pen- state lhat a large number ot heavy gnus have arrived .at . Ussn irom Japan lor Its use. However, tin. (11 lection In which this nrm will be dic tated by the poiic) the Dxmdntan ;-overnmeiil ululila , ' . llerlln sh'.w . "... 'uneasiness mil In v nd that and the statement of the ! Hiimn nt.i n premier, M llrnllnn,,, inm in, relations between Ruaals and tin mania were never belter, there Is nothing lo gu on ' A.s a result of the success Of the ; Austro-iiermans and Bulgarians In UHlnlng n ID and Of the KOSSOVO pla teau, i h,. gerblan government has moved I o Houtari while tha arm i defendina the little fringe of Serbia Which b,s between the SltnUa river and llie Albanian and Montenegrin frontiers it can be provkda i from BOUtal i. from which plai S Hn MoiiU' negrins built good roads during their I occupation MunnmIw Hani I'redscd Uonastlr hi still in the possession of th,. Serbia us. but the Belgians are pushing toward It, while the nriny of (Ieneral von llnllwilz In reported to ! be ,,n Ho way down the Vardiir al liny to lo lp Ho Ittilgai lalis attack tlm Anglo French lorat llcavv cannonading continues on the western front; winter has put a stop to any 'ug movements on tne Lantern front, while the itaiiant are Hue in lb. II offensive and are Hi Isonao, th, the Trontln TI'RK Ml t' b III l I N ill I" l !J IEH Paris, Not IS (I0;8a p m 1 -Htat . I'm hi lug has I n 10 progress the Wat few daya in Galllpoll, where the ruras undertook strom ofrPnaive move. mi nt, but were repulsed by tin- com bined fire of the Itrltish and French guns. Allied aeroplanes have I i barded the railway betwc n Constan tinople and licle.igll.il. h. d aging Ibe bridges and warships have bom barded thi ' oast of Attn, Miner. Thh thiol inalion Is coniame.i in icallon issued tO var office, which on the westjern 1 Ih ifflclal .'Minimi ELUDES j TON SUBMARINE TFI .0N,M ,oUNl Is, Nov. (11 p. ,f marine. In a m. The inin , orhmunlcatlon Mya that the Wat :-hcllcd by mud i nubile tonight , p-renrh, atsamer Tafns 1 - submarine m the western Itedtter- ranean, but the captain of the steamer eti i red his vessel into the teeth of the ...ii,. and the submarine, unable to geop up the Speed against the head sad relinquished the chaa after fir. in- thr, c sheila. The coinmunlculloii adds thai some ,,f ii,,. iiasscuner.,. ii.de. I oy a lew members of the crew. notw Ithstawl- itiK th of the exprets Hi f mi to which oribrs of the captain the contrary, wweroo were immediately ITaftui has arrived ilka, boats swanipi safely i I Th t .Mars, CROWDS WELCOME BELL ON ARRIVAL AF HOME Philadelphia Pa., Liberty b.-li was glv.-n come home when It : .v. 'J5.--Tlic rousing wel rived shortly Imfore 4 o'clock this afternoon from the Pacific coast Dacorted from a railroad station In West Philadelphia bv a military dele gallon, the bell whs safely lodged in Tts glass cane In Independence hall af ter il had passed through thousands 1UBLE and sbe.Uiof persons wno imeo n sunn ui .... streets throuKh which the procession I pa: .-ed