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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1916.
t'TWO ' ' ''''"''ioiiiii Xhi'Mhu. .ui1ii:wli,::iil!ihi!llm' mwmmHHmmww For Just One Week Heginninff Today We will give von the adv.mt.ii;'c of our before-handed pur chases Wire Screenin"; ;.t -." TO SO I'l'.R CENT under present market price. Read These Prices and Reductions BLACK SCREENING PER RUNNING YARD 2 -1-inch wide, worth J5c, .it 28-iueh wide, worth ISe, at 30-inch wide, worth lc, at 32-inch wide, worth 20c, nt 34-inch wide, worth 21c, at 36-inch wide, worth 23c, 42-inch wide, worth 26c, 48-inch wide, worth 3fc at at at GALVANIZED SCREENING 24-inch wide, worth 21c, at 2S inch wide, worth 24,'ic, at 30-inch wide, worth 26c, at 32 inch wide, worth 2Xc, at 31 inch wide, worth 30c, a t 36-inch wide, worth 31 J.r, at 42-inch wide, worth 37c at 4K-inch wide, worth 42c, at xo mow-: oitni its. oi-: ii MMHi (I.VI.V I NTIIi S A 1 1 The Whitney Hardware Co. 213-215-217 South First Street. AZTEC FUEL CO. kA OUR COAL BURNS TRY DIAMOND GALLUP COAL. BEST MILD WEATHER COAL ON THE MARKET. FACTORY & NATIVE WOOD PHONE 251 life OKalnst the motor, for If the rno tor Blops, there Is no landlti place within reach und the aviator lias no rha nee." Thus fur, however, thrt aero fHBd ron him kept the motors In reliable runnlnx order In nil enierKericlcii. The tvlHtom theinselU H hi lieve that their work of xntheiiiiK and tralisnilt iltiK Inforiiiallon for the nrmy and for It commander, Is a liioreilirflriilt duty than beliift vindcr nitiuil fire. The hncen of hidntt lilt while under file In thl county, they estimate at "ahont it million to one." The Kuropean planes In the Alpine work, they have been informed, carry Btieellilly powerful motion ileslKiied for iiioiiiitaln obHervallnn duty. I'linher tuore, In the Alps, if an aviator, aft r nn iiofiilent, does succeed In latnllnK, lin stiitids a chance of rapttire, but in liny work they may undertake against Villa the Anicrlcuti aviators ant not rountlnif on unvlnif their lives If they Fhould he forced to desciul within reach of bandits, The cold IIh If has required great nerve, A few of Oil men have come In finm hard flichls no numb that they had to bo lilted from their machines. TIiuh far in their liindliiRs the ailn lor have not encountered any sIkus of unfriendliness unions tins Mexican people. Kunio of the planes lime eii'i'" ii"h nil' iiwtiy iioin ineir oas-j es. Jn one eus(', an ni later In n flight which lasted until 8 o'lock nt riKht, used the north slur as his guid-' Inn post. Thin mail did two daysi work durlns which he omo iiecamci no exhausted for lack of water than In j Mr. Went-And-Cut-lt -Here's Mr. 'Gets-ll' The New riiiri t orn Cure That's a Mire as the Hislitic Sun. ''Olad to incut you!" k.-ivr the ranor to the corn, - ni be'd for you!" says the coin to tho razor, llnzors and i-orim lovo each other. Corns love to 9-t. T. IM I P lf fiet-lt I fur Me Aftrr lklII 1 Llvrl' be cut, picked, noticed. Halved, plas tered and Ji I keil out --Hoy grow funti r. Air. and Airs. Wcnt-and-Co'- " " " e InittehU Us the wonderful, atmplni iir ll.i.l r f.,l s.- pain. Vou upl'ly it In 1' wo onds, It dried nt once, the com in douiui d. .Nothlliif to fttiik to the Ktoi king ot WW presn on Hie corn. It Im aim good-( M iae lilglit to pliislerit, oalveH, diggeis, la-j r or and toe-bundling. You inn wear Shrewd funuiler fhoes. your corns will cornel', ' riKht off, "clean us a whistle." Never Inflaineii healthy fb sh. The world s biggest Kelliitg corn cure. "Oetii-H" 1 rold by druggln. every where, Ziic a buttle, or unit direct by 11. 1,-iwrence Co., Chhugu, 111. Sold in Albuquerque and re omitn ndej im the world's bcist corn remedy by ot rel Jirug coiripMfiy, l:hlulid j'bar tuacy uVfrtrttt'd, tat. 1 Save Money jj On Your Screens I We l'luiilit Screen inf.', for Windows, Din iin, J'nrcho I'etorc the I 'rices Went l'p. . 10! ...It? . . .15f .15? 18' .r 21 0 Jl PER RUNNING YARD Ht1 19l:if i ; i ivi ki d. tiiim; ltl V Hill I', Al'lilli 21 22 ..; 23'.? 25c . 2J? ..:j3c I'ltlCCS 1. a ong hlltp on foot, tn a pl'iec where he knew ho could find waler, he col lapsed temporarily, nevetal tines, Fin ally ho K'tt 'ho water, lie iiIhh later on needed ri lmrsp for nnother ground iiiIshIoii. At n Mexican ranch he found th lmtHe, hut It had no In-Idle. He 1oif up hi (lyeralla, fashioning a liildle, which worked very well under tlio clreumHtanccH. Tim Mexican ranchman, riding another horse, in led j ""'I niiiiiiccH of his adnilnlslra IIH the nvlalors unUU: When O,,'1!"1' liked that lint people jlidm iiiviiiior Km reiiuy in resume tils i i u ' t . j la slorill tietil lilni I , it hot (i, ur,ll,, i.fl "' IHt nmchln,. wa ready when itlie went her i learen. HUH another aviator, looking for n location for a nluht liindiiiK In unr.i mlllar counlry, swooped down clone to a lamp fire for observations. When he passed over a fire he noted three .Mexicans seated about It, appai-cnl ly considerably peihnlnd. As the (.'rnnnd looked Rood for a IiiiiiIIiik Hie nvlalor wheeled his uiiuli i ne and re lumed, making a safe biinlliiK. I'.ut win ii his enormous, I icel I e 'Sha in i J ! plane came to rest. Hie ,M fled. The nvl.ttor did not iiKnln all iiIkIiI. xlcaus luid see them SOMEBODY GETS MONEY IAD TftMnOOnui IIIIT; JAK lUMUnnUW WIGnT; Announcement was made yesterday i y i Sim liny ,., ,-, ,, i , i ,i , , . r, , ii i , i m i i ii, j "i'iiviiii; 1 1 i- i oe in r ol money linn i was donated by the banks of the city to the Fills' bazaar would be held at the parlors of the Flkij' cluii tumor- j row iiluht at x o'clock, und thai ull wlio are liitcfese, in the award are , Invited to be presi-ni at that time. The tatinle nrisiiiH over the mixiiix of i llrkets and coupons for this contest has been si I aluhlcned out. nail nil ' that remains is to dei hie which Ii, ket bears Hie charmed number. j The 1 i" I Choi lies Koss has been1, found. lie will lie In on Simla I'e Xo. 10 this morniiiK from Ciill'ip. and i will take back wiih him one perfect ly Komi Ktudehakcr automobile ,N the result of liaVlOM purchased a little! piece of pasteboard from Johnnie" ' ,-uli yom, line UK". ,1 r. ;,iss Is nil ! the Santa l-'e railroad at employe of (billiip. j Kcwrnl Insurance pulioh s wore t iiiimmil: Hie ilonatlous to the hanar, and one of tl'cin will be draun tor 10-! inol-roiv oU'tii nhiiit.' will, ilu, tin' nf hi, nicy. llans tor drawliui for the other polities will be aniiouiiii',1 later. Al H ttieetlllu of the Follies lelllllllt tce held yesterday iil'ternoon p was decided Hint nn i nlel liilniiieol thuuhl be jilven in honor of (lie ladies who assisted In makliit; the iiaza.u a suc i c'.s. i:rni-s l.andolll was appointed elialttnan nf a committee Willi aiiihoi' itv to appoint the oilier liienihois. 'liiis committee will have i hurKc the affair, which will take place of tho I I ThuiMhiv after i;asb-r. Son l a v Stoif. cserda anked libit all who hold bills iiy..iui'-t the i Inb w hb Ii wet'e in, hi red on aiiouiu of the b.iiiar present them to h,m fur I a meiit nt once. E. L. GROSE WITHDRAWS IN FAVOR OF HIS COUSIN t F. t i i rose, who was the nuppo-cd candidate for the republican noiioua lieii at Hie piiniaiiiK lust week and jwho iii i ucl only ilnco oies slimt i oi uie iin,'ic-l lasi li'i 11 O' icaie, in c I inn that In view of the noToitseil win-i tinieiit ii.Lail'sl municipal oun,i.-.hlp Ins ward during the las, ,ew da. as a! tesult of the n,w f.n-t. In ought to! light m ice. ,i , t,, the , ot of proline- j inif water under ily uai ua u-m at in, F. l'uso. Itatoii KiisHc l and tin- of fcr ' of the Will franchise i not consist r company I, i'l i a IM ccnt I msis lie i mild ally ae, , p nemiiiaiion, w ittutrcw ins name in favor i,C IiIk I.UMI1,.S HSSOI I ,, , ., , Moole ef the J ite M uid cousin. John Moore Hetty coin- i l';'".v. of w hu h Mr. j I""' sident for many jieioing assm lat'-il i ti ose was i he I, years prior to h Willi the Western company. j is,. Mated that Mr. Alooiv is I S :k MIMK I'l-TTITK tiiisini ks man and. i X, i .t on I The noted palmist, who predicted I of the bonds. ,s 'light' inl,Me death of l'resideni AtcKtnley and I 11 e Millie his views. Hy this action possitde ft U Hon In the rcpiiblicm pally on Hie bond question is i limibii led and the iinil- l'i'H I issue people h.ie acquired u strong friend. All. Moor, bdd Mr. Hrose ii proxy at the republican con vention IttCl tlifc'ht. REPUBLICANS OF E SI Sargent Renominated for May or; No Opposition to Any of Candidates Placed Before Municipal Convention. tSeSCIM. DISPATCH TO MORNIN4 JOU.NAkj Hunt u I f, Aliii-i h -V. Altoi ney (icii- ral Frank W. ('In in j' presided over tlio rlty republican nun rnt ion will' -It wan held nl the coin l limine lirr' t Ilia evening, ii nil also made tli kl'Villllt' MM'i'i h. tloorgo W. Aimljo and Marl ano c. M ini were hciccicii as iiiu iiiif - tun. i '(.I. Ralph K. Twilchell aroused much rniliiitiiiipiii Willi u. stirring re- puhliinn address, unci wan followed by June It. Seiui, who made 11 lii it hci pledge of opposition 10 the saloons, '.,,. ,. ', , .... ., . . .,,,. ,. ' ' SANTA OPPOS CITY OWNERSHIP I Ililii, the I'l iissluns tool; the ronle hv K. V. Dnvi' M placed In tioinliifitlon ,,,.,, ,ln() u,, ,.,(, und n-ful- ie-elcetion Alayof William !. Sar-1 nroaeheil the si roimliohl in (-xarlly the il'i llt. Kllpeil AHpltin,! ilolllllialeil Il'liiy It. Alarld for illy lei k and; .lone 1). Ketia. 1,1a. Ml In l.oinllial Ion fr,II0)K Oirolltrn huniOKlU UX. AUUSl .1", illy treahiifer, l.eo llerm-h, the three eandiilates lieiiiu' iinniiiuited unani- inously hy risini; Vole. I JtrMrlclcil I'raiK liNe I Hiorcd. M HainniMieux Were the seene of opcr I Tin- followiiiK wire initiieil lor Ihejatlons and would, as today, have flff I'.ity council: Nicolas .S-iin, Alarce-j ured in I he official coinnuinUiue of t he llino A. ortl., .1. W. Alois and Willie ! revolutionary wovernuienl had there 'Salazar , hecri such a thititt. I . .. . . I l'l'fltl,r 1 -ii,l',,,i I'i.iI 'I'lwi reHololioiiH roiniiilttec. cotislHt- lliiK of CidKo Iope. It. I'". AmiIiiiiiI, K. I'. liavicH, At. A, Ortiz, Vritz Alullcr.j .lose It. Set i ii. und Frank J. Lnviin, ; :lrouht In a platform uhlch pro-Jf he-ivy nrtillerv and luid a Muirison nouriced anainst. inakiii(,r puldlc ntill- of only it.r.ao men; ihi-n as today the Itles ii foottiall of jiolilics and the slili-cry was 'liiorc cannon more iitiiimi jjeet of Imtirai thai experiment, hut ' nitloli ;" that was the demand made favored a restricted frniii hlse uraiitlnK1"1 '"" revoliitiotiary panels py lilen lower rates for waler. Ih ht and i,wer. 'i"1"'" ''"'"'"'I t:;'lhaud, c(immanilin ii,,,. .inn i , i -lO'e fortresses. 1 is cry km unheard, I .ov diu,: f,. ni dltlonal storage for ,, f,,1;lni,(1 fro1n flood-walers and a Krailiiate, (oiilrl- .,,itV(.(U. the ,,rlvlce(. f flKl,tin In Imlion to the rlty tieamiry hased on.ti,,, ranks. the ri-osh Income of th Water and; Nicolas Joseph I Sea nrepa Ire, who I I u lit company. It also proiiouiiced In fiK'i ceded him, went to his post like favor of u munleliiKl iinnrourlatlon ! twm npproiicliintf suicide. "Assure fur the mil, lie llhrarv and for charltv. .Mayor W. (1. Haruent, In ncc( ptlnif the iiomlnalion, reviewed In detail f Its nccomplHhincnl.s and success , j , ,olls next week. LENGTH OP SERVICE i kinin a tp r rvv o-rnmrn; IINUIUMILU D I J) hlrtIJ"t ii'K (AA.fM'luted Vrem rerri-.iHindenrii.) l'ntis, Feb. Z'.i. I'l'ivate uoldictH i weiiriiiMT upon the sleevo nariuw strlpcM of Kill or colored braid simi lar to the "chevron" of the non-commissioned officers have become com mon on tbc streets ol 1'aris ot lap-, arousine; considerable curiosity. These stripes are w hut arc calh-d "briMiiies.'' I 1 liev wer won before Hie revolution I soldiers w ho had to their I by jiiivale credit eiyhl years or more of service In tile army. These men were called "brlisi arils.." and when they wore, three of these Hlripes on Hie same i . . 'V . u"' w.. in a state to resist nn assault nli- ""w111"1"" charucteilstlc of a. man;ti(,utl.iv. i , the otln r hand it was i xtn mely touchy on points of honor. H,.r, ln,,,t1 ,, ,i.,,iiKited on all sides nn- iiiiniioes ! MiMMuiiu "Jiiiv heiiuits at the reel or which were ,,,,, ... .. . i. (lf ii S(.. ,. . ..... ,-(,u- t ..ji,.. .,.. ,.,u ,,rmOH,,..- it.. u,. effaced hv the revolution, the ri volution, t hey : were reinstated hy the first consul :i 'H ; respondim: to a psvchob'clcal need f the private .soldier. They lived throiiKh Hie first empire, the restor ation, tin- second republic, and Hie second empire; the third republl hnvitiK abolished re-i tilisliueiit.' of i prlvHies In the army, excepting withifics In Ills memoirs. Ho rank of a snhordi na tc officer, thu oo.ieci in ine m ripen uisappeareii. 'Iiniin the nlKht. or (ictobcr 1!," They have now been nuthorir.cd bv j , Wrole, "while the w ind blew a hur mimo Keneral officers al the front loiricane. the advance guards on the be worn as a. badv.e of cntntnnou ,.er-; Hayvnux. hill were Murpriued and the vb e for ii considerable period, or as nuns of our bnttciy spiked. The IndicatliiK the number of buttles in ysth there was an even more import- which the wearer was eiiKHRed or the liuinlicr of wounds received. Some officers have prohibited theni, but tile question lias reached the war office, where uniform stripes In some form will be autlioiized to be worn hv privates who have served a sufficient time ill the trendies. AGGIE SECONDS DEFEAT j LAS CRUCES HIGH NINE t.rCIAI. C(lMnClONOf NO TO MORNIN. JOU.NALl I State Colletfe, . ., .March H. . The imuie second Iihiii won a Imrd icanied ictoiy over the lias Cruces i hl.nH' sciuiol nine in a baseball namo on the cfillcwe diamond, Saturday afternoon. 'I'll,, second team took the ibad which the; held iiniil near tho i nil. when Hie Las Cones hoys braced 'lid nearly cauulu up with Hie sec onds. The final score was !i to S. Kcniui ki I .caches era Cm. j race. There is tint tenderness of an Vera Cm., March 21. The C nited 1 f feci ion little siiKestive of Hie cold tales battleship Kentucky a nchorcd i m'ss "f N,,,ni-' 1,11(1 mortar; there Is ven- ll.slde lb,- harbor laic lliii nfiern i. t'niied Slates KUnlioat Marietta sailed for Tnmpico, quiet In Vera Chi,. FvorythiiiH is To lnv n Cold In One Pay. Taka LAXATIVH CUOMO QUININE TabletH. Druggists refund money If it fails to our. K. W. GUOVK'S Blgna tur( Ii on each hoi. 2dc 111 y,tvx W"U,U tOX'T MISS THIS. Cut out this slip, enclose with 6c and mull It to Foley ,i Co., Chicago, 111., writing '"lir name and address cleurly. You wbt tecciNc in return a trial package eont.-iliiimr Foley's Honey and Tar C,ni,i,i,iwl f.... I..tr.-L..... ...... ..Ha s.,.1.1. , and cl oiin; Kolev Kidnev l'ills for , lnm back. wcitK kidne rheuma- i tism. bladder irouldeH, and Foley Cu- , tharile Tablets, a wholesome and .'thoroughly cleansing cathartic, for I constipation, biliousness, headache ami siugglsh bowels. Sold every I w here. I10" 'onvesion lloo.i, tells past, pros ent ati, future: reads stiictlv from science and guarantees aiUfactiott. Tent, 1503 West Central. Do you know the merchants of Al l,iniui roue '.' It will pay put to get acquainted. Watch for Who's Who In i AlbfHjtlCTqUe. KPEIim OF mm seek i VERDUN IMS Curious Similarity Is Noted Between Present Struggle and That in 1792 When Prussians Captured Portress (.1 sum-lit I eit I'rs. i irrrMnilenrr.) Paris, March 13. IIMoly has re peatnl itself with curious fidelity tu detail In the struggle fur Verdun and I Hi some cf Km sidelights, in H IIUSMIHUS Hl'l tlllCIH'll lllf i in (luriiih'M t ir way or l.oiiey linn in inn "limine iiiunth (if August. In I "Hi us ! W(11 ,,, 1!)H ,M1,WV fl. trif-r two jduy',, onibiirdmonl. The Duke of lirunswlck avolde, (lie arnile-i of the Marquis de Ii fnyetle unit do l.uckner M" 1"!'-. d marched on Verdun as '"1 n ow n prince in 1 !i I 4. In K2 as In Dili;, the king of Prussia was a spectator of the assault. Then as in i'll It), yeetoi- a ill llllii. Coethe relaled the pa-ne of tlif ITt'S, to hlvoiaji- at Huh .lusl south of the .'oe do I'oivro (l' iper Hill I , tin' Ol let nf flti,llu llnriti.'tn fis:illlls 111 MftHi. Kiain. l:ix, Alaiiheulles, as well In ITliJ iis in 1011. France was un prepared for war. lyi-nlshitors had neglected to supply War material: Ver dun win armed with unli- four niereu (the leRislallve coriis," he wrote, "that I '"' l''RiHlatlve corps," when Hie enemy has become muster of Verdun, licuurcpaire shall have ceased to live." The legislative assembly, impressed !,., 1 1-, (.,ll ,.t I .......... ....... 1 Inn, ..Ifl.,.. H '"" '-""h"., " I to erdun too lute. The I'riisshin leoinrnaiider had occupied the place in i no name or l.otils All, and Heau- repnire shot himself. 'i' i iiwuhik ii'io veiouu in 17H cnouKh for Kcllermaim and Inimourlez to organize a cojnitor-at-tack. I :iiilpnicnl of (.arilson. ! Verdun has 140 nieces of cannon! ind was iiarrisoned hv 6. into trooos in I ! 1 sTu. It was au'iiin in the month of! Aui!iist that the Prussians poured Into :lhe Ai'Konne. 122 years almost day for i'lay, Hfler the surrender of the place i to the Juike of llrutlswlck and the sui cide of l!eanrcialro. The fortress had elements of both strength and weakness then in the c timatlon of so pood an authority as Marshal von Aloltke himself, "Thanks I to llu liiel, v.:l s unit Mm ileen oilrtles wi, w.,(l lV. -V(,,.aim PcsleKers to t oproach verv close to llie exim lor works." None of the forts of HiM-lTi-lti ex isted in IXTli. The interior fortress had to rely on Its own strength. That the heroism of the garrison was equal to that of the men who recaptured Uoua uniotit, von Aloltke liimelf test I- l-'oi-l rcss Itccuptuivil. ant (untie by the garrison. The French climbed the Mount Ht. Michael, north of the fortress, destroyed the parapets and shelteri from which we were able to withdraw our ruus. An other detachment attacked the lluy vanx hill nuain and put out of ucllon the Kilt's posted there and which we could not withdraw because of the soaked wound. Then, as today, the assailants re quired reinforcements to reduce the valiant, defenders of Verdun. A ureal difference between 1S70 and today Is that while when the losses were sixty to s vouty per day, they now run into the lens of thou. atlds. Verdun resisted In 1X70 until over whelmed at the end of October by the reinforcements in men am! guns that came to the l'l ussians after the fall of Melz. The imine of "Verdun" us it s pro nounced today in every household In France is a concentrated expression of all the liUher sentiments of the kuIIIc ,l "J'ciKT "" eration for a superior force be counted upon; there ate pride. rratilude and i oassuraiu e, for " Ver dun" has a wider application than the name of a fortress; to the French it means the army as well as the town, apart from the ramparts und the riioiils, that modi rn science has ren dered useless. TRANSPORTATION OF AMERICAN ARMY IS NOW ACUTE PROBLEM j (Ciint Itiurd From rne One.) operation with him rather than witti J no , iiiei icit ii lorc,H, Army men here lnclimul to believe reports of inefficiency and half hi ai led co-i per.itimi and today con templated the probable future of the second phase of opet aliens Just be gun by the commander of the puni tive expedition. Reports from Ceil-, era! I'ershing to tieneral Funsion dealt only wiih the routine subjects, I principally those having to do with) the transportation of supplies. The j positions of troops were not revealed but It was known that the cavalry-1 men were still riding hard along the! trail bit hv Villi, Officers of the) quartermaster's department studied j best meihods of getting provisions, especially supplies for the horses and mules, to the field anuy, while f,en eral Funston and his staff noxiously studied the map, referring frectueutly The Doctor Calls "Auto-intpxi- Catiotl" It means self-; poisoning an ailment that is almost universal with men and women of sedent ary employment. Its cause is the daily intake of indigest ible foods. Mineral oils and saline laxatives will not cure jit. Help Nature to clean out the poisons by eating Shredded Wheat Biscuit, a food that builds healthy tis sue and keeps the bowels sweet and clean. The per fect food of health and strength for youngsters and grown-ups, for men who work with hand or brain. It is ready-cooked and ready-to-serve. Made at Niagara Falls, N. Y. to the scale of miles that showed the advanced cavalry columns rapidly ncaiini,' points. "n(l miles nuay from the border. II was realized here that the early capture of Villa would be little latter than an accident. With their know ledge of the country ami with the as sistance they can obtain alone,' their route, Villa and hi followers, it is feared, will have no difficulty in keep Inn ahead of the pursuiii"; Ameri cans, Their hope for an early endinsr of the chase is that Currailza troops will finally check Vtjlhfs fllnht or that Villa himself alter joinliiH one or more of bis wanih-rliiK bands, In tiouthcrn Chihuahua or I"m nuthen uatiKo, may decide to Hunt It out with th" steadily advancing cavalry of Hie punitive force. That Villa will he uble to f feet a juncture with a considerable fore-! before he is brought to a stand ana In In rexarderl at headquarters hero, probable. Cnnnlo Keves, one of his Kencials, who has been operallnir in the vicinity of Torreon, j known to have an exceedingly mobile forte that Is by no means neRlisble anl In Hie slate of Durnmm it is said Hie Arilrtu brothers are In a posi tion to move northward to his sup port. ;Mi.y. i a ritn :t TO tO.M'Klt WITH AI.I. :s Douglas, Ariz., March 27. tjeneral Arnulfo (iomez, commanding a col umn of two thousand do facto Mex ican troops, arrived in Akiki Prieta this afternoon for a conference with I'.eneral 1 Ellas fallen, military Mov ernor of Sonora. Home!! left his col umn in the vicinity of fnmpas and Mocti ziiitiu, approximately l "iU miles south of the border. The new troops will be stationed at Ksqueda, thirty-five miles south of lotif;Ias and at Cabullona, where tJon eral falles ireviousl.v had established Ids forces, retaiuitiu but a small Hum-1 her in Anna l'rieta opposite here. The! new troops movement is said by .Mex ican officials to be for the purpose of eslablishiiiK a mobile force In a po sition where it can si l ike rapidly eiiher northeast or southeast in pro teetiiie; the Chihuahua border from any attempt on the part of Villa to cnier Sonora. Ksqueda is the railroad station for Fl TiKfi ins situated thirty-file miles eaatward and that camp can be pro tected also it was stated. It was not said whether the new forces are brlnejiq; any arllllcry. A Fluted Stales army aeroplane was sighted Saturday afternoon al Kl Tlwre hovering over the camp fot; several minutes at a hetKht. of approx imately four thousand feet, accf riling to Americans nrrivins here today. The flyer amused much interest among the Mexican troops. The bi plane was well handled and was at least twelve thousand feet above sea level, the Tigre mountains having an altitude of elHiit thousand feet- The machine flew' due east toward Casus (It amies after completing what ap peared to he observation for several miles in all directions from the initio. Ciencral Alvaro Obrcgon, secretary of war for the de facto government, has ordered the dismissal of all gov ernment employes paid In gold, ac cording to advices received by Consul Ivem a. Lclevicr. This will affect American employes, such as physl- Ever Eat Grape-Nuts? There's a vast army of physical and mental work ers who do. One reason its delicious nut-like flavour. Another it is easily and rpiickly digested generally in ;ihuiit one hour. lint the hip; reason is (IrapoXivU, liesides having delicious taste, supplies all the rich nutriment of whole wheat and malted barley, includiii"; the "vital" miner al salts necessary for build in"; brain, nerve and muscle. Always ready to eat di rect from the packatv, Grape-Nuts with cream or S'otsl milk is a well bal anced ration the utmost in sound nourishment. "There's a Reason" sold bv Grocers. Business Men'& Bank This hank affords every facility for the transaction of any banking business. It invites deposits subject to check and extends as liberal accommodations as sound bankiii"- will permit. Those having surplus funds lying idle are invited to avail themselves of our Time Certificates of Deposit which yield 1'Ol'K l'KR CKXT 1NTKKEST. -Depository for- A. T. & S. F. RV FISKE TELLS OF m POINTS II Germany Twice as Strong on Sea, Reluctant Testimony of Former Aide, Before House Committee, :.Y MORNINfl JOURNAL CPFriAL LEAflKD WIRK1 Washington, March L'7. With the explanation that "lie hated to say It," Kent- Admiral Bradley A. Fiske, former aide for operations, told the house naval committee today that in fighting strength the I'nited Stat"." navy was only about half as strong as formally. ft,, discussed the sub Jed reluctantly, but In response to ojiiesiions expressed 1he opinion that all things considered, two to one would not lie very far away, in an estimaK' of the comparative slrength of the Cierniaii and American fleets. Net ii Itiiig .Money's Worth. The admiral declared that the navs was not getting value received for money expended and was only about seventy-five per cent of what it should be under a better system of administration. Admiral Fiske explained to the committee that liiflercnces witli Sec retary Daniels over the measure nf preparedness, lie believed necessary, caused his resignation as aide for op erations, anil asserted there were no personal disputes. Available Submarines. Naval Constructor Finery S. Laud tesfified that including I nats nearly completed and five at Fanama, four teen submarines could be made avail able for war service immediately or within thirty days. Of the eighteen submarines of the Atlantic fleet, ho said, thirteen were available. Con struction of large seagoing subi.ia i hies of the ,XU0 ton type was strongly urged by Constructor Land. oiium, engineers and secretaries, all of whom were paid in gold or its equivalent. . Sheriff Harry C. Wheeler of Co chise county, denied lain today that he intended to go to Cabullona to In spect the main troops stationed there, as had been reported. AMERICAN VY STATESON'S sit', wist (i:njii MEN! . Here's Comfort! I wear. i v a --4 "w 1 c .6 wjr&& -il-l : Ji-ye-'i .,. . zsr 1 xsv?Hv UNITED STATES HI! fl DOSE OF M CALOWIEL It Salivates! It Makes' You Sick and You May Lose a Day's Work, You're bilious, sluggish, constipated and believe you need vile, dangeroud calomel to start your liver and cleiif. your bowels. 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That ac tion was taken principally because of a. request by the American Library association whii h reported that many libraries through their patrons regu larly make use of the daily edition of the Record and (hut under the pres ent arrangement of the contents of that publication it was difficult to find readily topics which are of great public interest and importance, and which hav,.. been referred to in tho newspapers. At present nn index Is published every twelve days. fldite of Ohio. Ctty of Toledo. Luc Coiintj, . frank 1. Cheney makes oath that be i. wolur partner of tbe firm of V. J. Cheney ft Co., do ing bimtne. tn tbe Cl'y of Toledo, County lod Suite aforcnaid, and ttiat said firm will pay the sum of ONK HUNDRED pllLLAltS tor eui-h ami ev.-ry citse of Catarrb that cauuot he cured bv the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CnKXEY. fmri to before me and subscribed tn my preKi nce. this (ith day of December, A. P., 1S4. Real. A. W. GLEASON. Monty Public. 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