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HEADACHE, COLDS, LB, BOWELS ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 6. 1916. SEVEN VILLA s DMEWHER E CAHHANZA Enjoy Life! Don't Stay Bilious, Sick, Headachy and Constipated, Get Rid of Bad Breath, Sour Stomach, Coated Tongue, Indigestion, Practical Course in Household Economy Troops Are Closing in From All Directions on Points Where They Believe Bandit General May Be Found, IBV MOftNIN JOURNAL. BPKCIAL LCASKD Wlftf 1 El l'aso, Tex., Feb. G. The pursuit lif Gen. Francisco Villa has resolved I Itself Into a chase of a will o' the - wisp, In ii circle of Cnrranxn troops,! Get a 10-ccnt box now. 'through the diameter of which a so-! They're fine! Cascarcts liven your rlos of 8tro1(r companies of infantry liver, clean your thirty feet of bowels h MaUned Irom Juarez to ntwl sweeten your Bton ach. l ou.eat . , ,, m..i ., one or two like candy, before going to hlhimhua City. along the Mexican bed and in the morning your head is Central railway. clear, tnsue la clean, stomach sweet, Either Villa U to the right or left breath rlsht and cold gone. Get a box of the railway. If he is east of It, from your druggist and enjoy the rdc- General Herrera, commanding a large est, gamiest liver and bowel cleansing tmjy of troops from Chihuahua City, is 5SX!SrlVA on him from the south bad breath and constipation. while General Kojas, commanding at Mothers should give a whole Can-, 'jlnaga, has sent scouts to Coyume, caret to cross, bilious, sick, feverish ,clown the trail from Hnuz to Unsiiue children any time. They are harmless . Honlto, and posted 150 men at Kan and never gripe or sicken. ! Antonio pass, through which Villa f must come to reacn mo international Wine at Mosque lionito. The border j from Ojinaga to Juarez is under heavy ' patrol. ) If Villa Is ut Santa Clara ranch to BETWEEN THE RELATIONS S, GERMANY TENSE Berlin Newspaper Says Situa tion Rests on 'Knife's Edge' Where It Cannot Remain Long; Grave View fs Taken, the we.st of the Mexican Central rail way, as military advices from Madera, in western Chihuahua, indicated to day, troops from Madera are advanc ing against him to reinforce troops from San Buenaventura, due to ar rive today at Namiquipa. Other troops at Bachinava were ordered to move north and troops at Ojo Calien te and Gallego were ordered to leave the railway line and descend on the northern leader at Santa Clara. General Gnvira at Juarez today ex plained the slow progress in the pur suit of Villa. He said that most of the troops engaged in the chase were infantry. That Villa had good caval ry mounts and was able to move with great facility wuj stated by General Gavira. A dispatch from the official infor mation bureau at Mexico City to the Mexican consul here today under date of today, .stated: "(Jen, Pablo Gonzalez announced today that the long delayed campaign against the Zapatistas will bo begun,, within the next ten days and not be i abandoned until the states of Morelos and (laxaca are in complete control of constitutionalist forces. Forty thous and men are being prepared for the campaign." villa iu:j.h:vki clonk to iiokdfu ok tkxas llY MORNtNO JOURNAL SPECIAL LKASIO Wl Deiiin, Feb. 5 (via London, S:lir p. Til.) In a leader headed "The Ameri can Crisis," the Tagllschc? Rundschau Is disposed to take a serious view of the situation existing between Ger many and the United .States. It be gins by declaring: "Let nobody deceive himself that af fairs between America and us rest on a knife's ed.,e and cannot remain thus long. There must come quickly either a lessening of the tension in a friendly direction or a eatastrophal decision. "The present condition appears un stable. A confession that this is so can lie raised out or the latest semi- official German communication con-, Presidio, Tex., Feb. u. Scouts re ccrning existing relations . J etween (port General Vtthr-ftHIIHirtli Vrclrrlty Berlin and" Washington. Wilhclm- 0f Bosque I'.onitn, fifty miles west of strasse has decided not to leave the here. One hundred Carranza troops decision and the conduct of this mo- ari, at Han Antonio pass, another force mentous affair longer in the hands of ()f fifty men left Ojinaga this morning Ambassador von I'ernstorff, who i for Coyanie, where the government negotiating with Washington, but take forces are attempting to close in on tile decisive hand from here, after the Vlllistas. Troops are scattered having looked on so long." along the Kio Grande from Ojinaga to The Taglische Bundsohau comments Juarez to prevent a possible crossing Upon the general surprise of the Ger- 0f Villa and his men. Col. Jose Ko.las man people at finding the Lusitanla holds Ojinaga wilh 300 men. mutter still unsettled, states that America demands disavowal of the A.MKIUCAX TKOOl'S TO torpedoing if the Lusitania us illegal INTKItCKJ'T VILLA "ml declares that submission would . . , I mean a colossal intuslice, not onl as Siena Mama, Tex., felt. . i uiuci far as the Lusitania case is con- States troops of thre Kighth cavalry lert corned, but also virtually perhaps a here today for an all-night ride over the death sentence noon Meroom submit- Bosque Bonito, on the international rlne fighters, branding their whole border, for which pla warfare as lawless. co Villa is reported The Rundschau emotes from wat it Carranza troops on claims to be American defenses of the tire also reported Sinking of the Lusitania, cites remarks sime point to intercept Virtu of several American senators t ? V Y Y Y t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y f Y Y Y t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y S Gen. Francis- to be heading. the Mexican side marcning irom ine Loose Teeth Sore Gums Y.M.C.A.DRAWS I Bill Him (I'A'OIUtllKA) H Dentist at t Yean Kspi-rloiirr. I IVrfertpil a lot KurecsMfiil Hinr Tritm-ii for Pyorrhea, the Terrltilr Tnoth nncl (.mil IHa eaue and nil lis Symptom,,. T ME F 1 WET' CANTEENS :ie fuMilil u very HUeeessful lii'lHf tlcut m"t fur Hint terrllile illpcnsu railed Pyor rhea or kicks disease of t ho gums, Must "Iviitlsu toll their iMilientH tliirn l no cure f"r It, that there In li" cure for loose teeth. blpediiiK. spungy, shrinking; gums nnd clnip- t"n b nut of teeth: tmt muny who lnivc iihciI i mV home tri'Htineiit say tlUTe Is. AXI) I 1'itovn it. bon t have those teeth pulled. You limy ve every ,me of them makft them gooil. firm, healthy, nound teeth again. Hundreds of patient say la. Willaril's lunie treatment stops the teeth rrom helnf loose or wobbly anil that it has done so In axs where the patient could Almost pull teeth out with Ills fliiKCrs. where Hie Hums were soft and spongy, hleiillns and "hrtnkinjr away from the teeth. You may make these conditions positively and ah- ' solutely disappear and end your Pyorrhea 1 'here Is no pain, or fusaliiK. n waste or time. The leiters 1 will send you from people In all parts of the country will tell you that he t riure and expense of dentist's work l' Krlndlng. whlrilntr. jamming ami iHve-touchliiR BKony are gmn forever. No mr"e plules and bridges. They enjoy Kofi '"th, B,,od ehewlntt and a good stoniach '"ice m.re. rf you hart any of the symp ' "ms mentioned, then Vyorrhra. sometimes elled KIkbs disease, is on the way you re bouml to lose vour teeth and have to r those awful false teeth, if you don't find a eure for It now. Simply send your "nn and address on coupon below and I ,vi tell yu all tt,ut this dreadful discise ""' hy my simple home treatment may ,NV' your teeth, witliotit pain or expense "r "i d. ntnl chair. -M Illnstmlrd llmik FREE " nd lull luformutlon 1 aV MORNINO JOURNAL SPECIAL LEAStO """'I Kansas City, Kan., Feb. . The soldiers in the trenches in Kurope . i...iiillnll lure hungry ior reunions imi Mtid Harry 1.. Heinzman of Chicago, student secretary "f the Internation al Y. M. C. A., V ho spoke ueioie m. l.icnniiil convention of the f.n' i-"hriutiin Associations of sas here today. Mr. Helnzmun told of visits to many Y. M. C. A. camps at Uritish posts and compared the crowds at the camps with those at the "wet canteens," In tnese woion. "We visited "several Y. M. C. A. camps near Canterbury and then we went over to the wet canteen which supplier liipior and other refresh ments to the soldiers in every Uritish camp. We found less than a dozen men I" the place, though it was dry and comfortable, while the Y. M. C A. tent, which was dripping with lain, was crowded. In Scotland con ditions" were the same. "Hundreds of these Y. M. C. A. war centers have been established. They are usually, in huts thirty feet wide and about 100 feet long, built c f plain lumber. There is u kitchen for supplying everything 'Tommy' nti ex.eut liquor. I niw heap rtontrhnuts that reminded me Young Kan t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y ? Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y t Y Y ? ? Y r A l Educational Sale of Golden liu le Ginghams For the Future Wives and Housekeepers of Albuquerque by The Golden Rule Dry Goods Co., SATURDAY MORNING, FEB. 12, at 10 o'Clock Does Your Little Daughter Know How to Shop? r,.l C.UI''.l''l'l.lV TIIKSK YOU WANT UKU TO LKAUX WKT.l, UKU' IX MKU KIH'CATH ). TAILS OK Ol'K KIH.'CATIOXAL SAUK OF 0.IX0I1AMS. On Satnrtl;iv Moniinfr, I'fhniaiv Uth, at 10 xviclo AXXUAU I'KlilU'ARV CI.KAKAXCK ii nock SAUK, har will i, tins stove, oflVr a as a pari oi our Move Special Sale 10,000 yds. New Dress Ginghams At the Less-Than-Cost Price of 6c the Yard gnu Ic and most Wll ()l very licst K'IU. these (iinpjiams (jL KROrK lUTWI'.l'X T11K M the tfirls of this city in luiyin gint;i to personally instruct than in buying to the sale alone. Kxpericncctl icc ami instruction. tlesiralile patterns, soM at this price :s ok purcliasetl especially OXI.V TO 1.ITTI, S AXI) 14 KAKS mis. Mothers may accompany Hut no mother need tear saleswomen will be n hand b for this event. IH)V- I.ADIKS )K AUU"- his is a sale aimed to instruct their daughters it' they wi-.li, to cmue lainstakmg ;n t- to iH'i'init bei lend cNperl and daughter You Grown-ups WHO ARK KXPKRiKXCKI) SHOITEUS will ap reciatc the value of ihis KDI'CATIOXAL SAIJC to the coming generation of Albttquenjue buyers. Vou know that no other Albuquerque store is so well prepared to inter such a sale is the (lolden Rule; and that this kind means genuinely valuable instruction for people who participate. as ot a sale the young FOR MANY YKARS Golden Rule Ginghams JIAVK I'.I'.F.X RKCOr.XIXKD AS 'i,UK vSTANDARD of all ginghams in this market. We have taken a particular care and pride in maintaining our standard, until ginghams bought here are always recognized Till', HKST. For the benefit of the young shoppers and es say writers, and for their MOT1IKRS, SlS TFRS and Al'XTS. these 10,000 yards of Kl)lr CATIOXAL SAUC OIXCiUAMS will be on display IX OUR WINDOWS AND IX Till' STORK ALU THIS WKKK. Xot a yard will k sold until SATURDAY, FF11RUARY 12. AT 10:00 A. M. Wr. To Encourage Intelligent Interest IN THE EDUCATIONAL SALE THE GOLDEN RULE DRY GOODS COMPANY OFI'l'.RS AS A I'UIK For the Best Essay on Ginghams THKIR M.VXUI-ACTURl' AND USb'.S. WR1TTI-N l!Y AX ALUU OUF.ROUb: CUU, WITHIN T1IK Af.F.S 01' S AND 14 YKARS A Bright, New $5.00 Gold Piece AND AS A SKUOND I'KIZK CI!MUI'. OI' ANA" 3 ('.INGHAM DRb.SS l'ATTKRNS IX .M1K HOUSI".. THE CONTEST RULES ARE SIMPLE-READ THEM must be written in autlioi's own V,, cssav mav exceed 300 words, and andurinng. on one side of paper only. 2. Kach essay muM be addressed "(iinghani Contest Manager," must bear name and street address of the writer's home, and names of parents or guardian, and must be left at this store, mi or before 12 o'clock noon, Friday. February 1 1 3. All essays must bear accurate age of writer, and no contestant will be considered other than those over S and under 15 years of age. This store reserves the right to publish the winning essay and others deemed ol merit hv I lie Jiuiges. Till' IUDCF.S WHO IIAVK KINDLY AUK: Miss losi'phine l! Mexico: Mrs.'l'.lla Lellar School: Miss Marie .Mai lie schools. To have your essay considered be announced Saturday morning, before the opening of the sale. irsons, of the family assistant' principal den, teacher of domestic COXSKXTKD To SKUVK the University of Xew he Albuquerque High science in the city ptib- .f vou i'eb, must 1 Jtli, ibey the rule at ') 15 i. , inners w ill K'k, immediately n ML The Golden Rule Dry Goods Company t t Y V Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y X f t Y Y Y Y Y ? Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y ? f Y Y Y Y y Y y Y of of foloncl th -liu-ur beets or ou'niiu" Callaiiilcr, In c-lmrHe of all tho hospl taln f the British armies, ctati'cl that the Keel Cross wtt tho only orgunini- th;it h.ul cniiHllia tnc- wom ,u lion the Y. XI. C volcliors." A. in ii k KPivi es for tht BRITISH CAPTAIN of mm RAIDtR IS PONGA "K. I. IV. IVII I.AKP. A-9lt I'imrra lllill.. t lilcaf ii, I'lmo ,i,e yciur lllustmtml irifi.rm ;.,n -k.,,,. l"tinnt Nam. , f .r H.vorrlia. 111. fte Kiim !HS. :m yiiUf SUVCi'SOIIII nfii WcatlMT Hiirc""" I'hot-nix. Ariz., Feb. Kohtit U. r.7 tears of axe in charge 1 .h I 'nltcd Kin to w eather . -.,i..t,i f,.ii,ivilnir a five clays' ill- iimc unrtne mo r i. m flooilM in Arizona he was at his post. Ha wan tionoU ut New Haven, hureii ti incl constantly formerly sta-Conn. Tel's Story of Capture of His Vessel; Well Treated but Allowed Few Liberties Un til Port Was Reached, lay momim jounl mcim. msto wist) New York, Fi b. . The (lei man raider that captureil the isriimh isieam.iliii) Aiipain was the I'oiiKa, uc coriliiiK to Captain II ' Harrisiou. former muster of the Appaui. who reached here today from Norfolk on the Hleamship Hamilton. With Cap tain Harrison wi-re 'fl'ii-ers and crew niimlK-i-inif l-f". "ho probably wilt l,e Hent to Knulanil on ill" White .Star liner Italtir. Captain Harrison said In- had no other reronrse than to .nu n nder when hi; discovered the warlike chur neter of the ship that Mopped him. When the cruiser was less than two ship lengths away, he was ordered to board her with his dock nfliicru and a number of his men. The , name of the raider, he declared, P-! petered in KnuliKh on tho navlKatii.nl charts hnnBlne in the vessel's pilot' house and chart room where he was summoned by the commander. J 'T had little time to make observa tions, however," Captain Harrison said. "With my nu n I was ordered below decks and kept there for two days with 4he crews taken from ships previously mink. While I talked with our guards, and many of them spoke KtiMlitih wi ll, they nave no Informa tion. "When I as ajcain placed on board my ship 1 f' wml it lit full pos session of the clerrnans. Hombs had been planted on the briilne, n the chart house and In the engine room, and 1 was told at the first sign of trouble they would bo exploded and the ship sent to the bottom, the way we were treated by the (lermaiis. I was Invited by Lieuten ant HiTK each evening at 6 o'clock to have a, West African cock I all with hint. This whm served to us In what was, before our capture, my cabin. I was not allowed on the bridge or in the chart room." According lo Chief Kngliioer Asli bullier, of the Appaip, one of the hi nibs on the ship was placid under tlie main injection vulve. In the en gine room, and wax watched over night und day by an armed guard. The bomb, according to Asbburner, was shaped like u cylinder and was about two feet high. He said it was fitted belli with an electrical connec tion aiul a fuse. BISHOP APPROVES TRAWLER CAPTAIN'S ACT the Alhc rtsim l MOSNINd JUUKNL SMCIM. LISrO WIMI I. km. lib. (I (!::! u. Ml.) Tho blKhop of London, the Itlglit Kcv. Ar- thiir Wlnnlnglon Ingrain, spcuklug at. Spike .N'lwliigi.in lasi night, Held: "One of the saddest men in I'ing- j TraiU'isi o, i,.,,,i ,uhI ),e the skinner of the trnw-i iler who came unii the Binklng Zeppe lin In the North sen. The .-kipper I would have liked I" rescue the men. ! though they were enemies, but was j unable t trust the (lermans' word Had he taken the Hermans on his ship they mU 111 have attacked the erewr noil the whole Herman priss I'HUll With i;vei'ylM.cl.V?! would have applauded the action as fault-finding disposition a. clever piece of strategy. "Therefore '" duglil to siaiiu '. the skipper. The lieimans hate killed chivalry in warfare." when he worU'd on taini near here. Jackllng was left penniless when Ills parents died, but he worked his , way inroiign uir io "'""fc cim, ami till olio, 1, Hie Holla School of Mines. He then Weill west nun a an experl mining engineer with head iiuarlers at Salt Lake CHy, accumiilal- o.l wen llh. Later be went to 'an l,t Yon linil An Iriilahli is often dlie to a disordered stomach. A man with good digestion Is noari always good natiired, A great many K.-ive lieen nerma nentl V heneflled by Chauila rlaln's Tablets after years of i . . suffering. These tablets strengthen i JACK LI Nb cti. moitiacn ana euitiue ,r ut ih-iii-iiu. Ills functions naturally, obtainable; Mn-aililc Itilllililig to lb' t oi-llv. Silver City, N. M Feb. ."..The Ma sons have elaborate plans drawn for their Ihrce-slory building to tost ?Tr,,, tiuu and It is expecte d that within the next wi ck or ten clays nrrangi nic uts will be completed and the contract awarded. The edifice will be the finest business structure In this city mot will give the Masons one of finest p-niplcs lii the state. th" t ' rsotning was imu ,,ui n .i r-i .,..- i,r pain except shipment of gold bat's . from West Africa, val 1 at about Wind0WS tell the StOfy f IUVM'U, III' uri iiKiiih luviii ij j knew we bad this gold, for J wan Qf jg asked iijiout It tno mst inmg wis'ii on to tnc iiecK oi inn; to ist. REMEMBERS FRIEND OF HIS YOUTH Uholio Lady Forest''!' will meet ,,, ,-ei'iiinr sosslon -February 10, New li id. I Fellows' hall. Social to follow. I I'.luelicr orchestra. Hood time ns-air-!ed all. Come and bring your friends. i ' Ibiod lltt." We. stepped o raider. "I have no Wonder Sale" of silks Monday. The Econom- rouipluiiil io make bV MOSNIH0 iOUSNAL SPICIAt tCASKU WIRI Seila I lu. M" . Feb. -V Mrs. J. T. At-I l,ert-oii, wife of a pamlor of this cil.j IliiiH Jusi received a check for $,VH) from Laiiiel C. .I.u kling, known as a j W-n,ier magnute, in rei ognillon of j kindnesses eiii tided to him years ago i The $1.29 line of silks is a big "Wonder Sale" value. ! Our windows tell the tale. The j Economist.