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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Sunday, July 9, 1916.
Three 10011515 OF DEMI TO NT HIGH LICENSE NEWS NOTES from DAlSy VEA.fi MOVIELAND All Screens Must Be Removed; Gambling in Any Form Is Prohibited; Singing Is Also Tabooed, tiMCiL COBKH'ONOf NCI TO MOKNlna JOU.NAL) lie-uiiiig. -V. M., Jul.V S.-The com n,,,M inuii. il of Dcintnif hiis passed an hi -.liiiaiu e reSUlatitiR the saloons Hint npniiles tor it license of $1,00(1 instead ! (,!' J(."iO us heretofore, thai takes down all sen-ens hi' other obstructions to public view, that allows no tables for pi. i n w tiny K3"11'! tlmt permits no ,..ii', plavin;,' or other kinds of c,am lilmi! in .-lot machines or punch hoard, or even painted window n-. saloon keepers ale also prohib it, -,i from phillttliK their Wares in the ilooii windows mill must remain iio.-tel from !t in the evening until ii ,,, o k of the following morning, and fioin Ii o'clock Saturday night until ti o'clock of the following Monday morn iHK, the janitor Hot veil beiiiK pf-rmit-teit' to i lean 1hc house on Sunday. ,,, iterinij and all forms of disorderly conduct is prohibited and patrons will lien-after not he permitted to Hint? or ;, 1 1 , in I t to sini; any verse, sons or ditty; ami boisterous or rude conduct villi' not he allowed in any place where liquor is cold or given away, 'lav on Wholesalers. The "city dads" have also put a li i eii.-e of $:;oo, in addition to the coun ty and state license, on wholesale liq uor dealers. They have also passed an ordinance ,roliibltiiiK punch-hoards, onrd Imards. raffles, lotteries, slot niacliines or am form of Rami llnK In any pub lic place within the city limits. I'cn-alti.-s for violation of any of the above ordinances have been fixed at from tu $100 and from three to sixty il.iys in the county Jail. Must .Ncri'oii ISurnin", Trash. Another Important ordinance enact ed bv the council is one prohibit iiit; the bui nlii" of any kind of trash with in th- coipoiate limits utibss it is impel -y screened to prevent tile thread of fill'. Mr, Sai niel 1). Swope, who has re; eently rt turned from the meeting of lie1 the American .Medical association at pot roil, has been summoned to the hunter to encase in active duty on the medical corps of the First New Mex ico regiment, which will soon be a ant of I'nclo Sam's regular army. Mr. Svvopc will be given the rank of cap lain and his lane expel tenee as a sur geon n ill render him a very valuable man on the mi die al corps. Kimincer w. A. Kinder, who was Ml u- I; by the mail hook while bring ing up a train of soldiers from Ll l'uso, is at the local sanitarium here ilaiiL'ei-ously ill. with but faint hopes fur liis recover.v. Mrs. Kinder came up from F.I Paso and is in constant at tendance at his bedside. KllciUu l Stewart, who makes her j screen rebut as a fondiied plaw.r in the liluo Ribbon release, ' "1 he Mc- stroyers," is, as may be imagined the I elder sist.-r of the popular young star; of the Vltagtaph company. Anita! Stewart. Sin- is. moreover, a sister-in-law to Thomas H. line, the Hums Triangle producer, and John lore, known fort his direction of the films, for l.ueih-l l.ee Stewait W none othir than Mrs. I Lnlpli II. lure in private life. Iter; husband, haling established Anita lirnily in the stellar firmament of the I film wen Id, now seems determined to do the same for his i ife. i Although slie is well accpiaitited with! studio work. .Miss Luetic Stewart, as i she chooses to Iv known profession ally, has hetetofore appeared only In minor roles. She is a c harming j blonde of sbghl girlish build, and I there is much piomise m her vinik. I i . - , I i i.iKiniiK ii, l !! l OK s(M K." ; Fdna C.ooilrich is the star of an other new pnolodrama litled "l!ody or Soul. William I. Tailor is en trusted with the prnclueticin of this, mid has Juan do la Ciuz as lending man, Harold Holland, Kiuille Ward. KuthlMi Kirkhaiti and Herbert Stand ing as supports. Tiie subied is a so-j liety drama with a decidedly newj plot. An ambitious mother plans her i daughter shall marry a suec-essfu 1 j diamatisl, and while the daughter se cretly adiniies the man. she fears In-1 will wed her because of her beauty, j and not her personality. To insure i anamst this, the uii 1 has a false scarj placecl on Iter cheek, and advises all; she was burned with acid. Shortly af terwards she secures employment as a stenographer in the office of the dramatist, and in the weeks that fol low, wins his love by her phasing per sonality. Then the scar is removed. i Minis ri.w iTii m k;i i;i:i 1 1: i.akk. J. Sarle I law ley is de-iving deep in to the subject or the Itlael; Art. al chi iny. necromancy, fairy lore, witch craft anil all other kindred subjects in pri-paia'ion for the preedueing of "'Kit tie I jitly Kilecn" by the Famous Play ers. It Is an Irish story slurring Mar gin rite Clark in which fairies play an important part. .Mr. )awl"y is se-'-k-ing ways anil means of gaining cou- I ' f ' i ' '?tN ' I . ' ' v.4 -kSj.s! ' Jj i yd r -i ? ' v ' t v 1J it - " v?l l i t II I'. I I I! Ml W AIil'. trol of the spirits of tile air. as they are essential lo the success of the undertaking io has a pet mar new film-pld Claire Whitney. ' moM't. appears in with Mei bi-it Mc-.ic s. "M.n-e you taiiK.lit our marmo set any tricks'.'" asked H'-ios. ' N. o; ,'' said M iss b ilncy, "1 vo lauubt i i i i to kiss mi-." ''Thai should not reipilrp teaching," said tiie nall.-mt .Mr. Holes, NEW SE RULES LI i TERMS BRER RABBIT MAY BE SUBJECT OF BOUNTY I1P1C1AL COHRIIPON DCNC TO MORNIN8 JOUWNALj Clous. ,. M . , July T.--I icpreda'iolis c iiiiniittcd by rablii,is in Curry county liaie been so serious that Hie count i cininussiolicrs have bt-en appealed to to p la cm a bounty on rabbit scalps. The commissioners have the matter under consideration and the proba bilities are that in a short time Ho bunnies will have a price on tio-ii In-ads. It is hoped that this will in-cl-i'e farmers and others to wane a MMiniai.c warfare on the rabbits so thai the pests will soon be extermin ated, or that the number of rabbits will be reduced to such an extent that 'lops will not b-e eianiafieel as has-l-c c n tile case ilurniji the I'a-t icar or two. Wheat mid rye during the wimei and sprine; months are the crops that Milier Hi,, worst. Cases hale I .eel! ! -porti -d where, the rabbits ate- leu to liieiiiy acres out of certain wheat t ids, and one man who lost eihlv lo res of rye solemnly avers that his i-laul elrili, wlliel) 1 painted j;lic-ll. lead io be protected bv a rabbit proof fence to keep it form'beiiitf eaten up. Tins mas he, and perhaps is. sonie what overdrawn, but the cases of tin "ileal and lie belliK eaten up actually happened. In t ho early days of Cui'ry county i iM.its furnished the only moat fur many a family larder, and during- that tone the supply Jusl ulout ke pt pae-e "iili the demand. Fut of recent '-ais the fanners ban- b'-cotue so ' palint that they sit,- at rabbit iiie.il and, as the rabbits show no e-viib le i s of lace suicide, tloy bale increased ai such a rate that they are oiecuii H'ri a menace to the country. Santa IV Postal KiH-olpts. Santa l-'e, July S - Santa Ke's postal I'-i '-il'ts for the fiscal year just ended i-iiow a slight lb -reuse over the year lore, c aused by ihc cieel ease of (rut -!"olt mailing by ChicaKc' and New York mail order houses, who the year '"fete- poured their catalogues illt'l the local office for muiliiiK. The I'e-'e-ipts the past year for postage amounted to $ ;! 1 ,24 7.X0, or within $S. "oei of the $4(1, not) that is reeiiired to make the office first class. The e-ar before tile receipts were $3 l.ti.'Ui.JiH Tiie receipts for the last ipiuarter were 5,;.-illi.TJ, the lowest for any epiartei in twei years. The first ciuartcr show ed the highest receipts. $,ltiJ.14. loose for the second quarter he-inn S" -Isl l;t mid the thin! quarter :Mao. For June' the receipts we re M.SSll.TO from stamps and $l!T.U(i from second class matter. 0 Gin 1 NT r Gazstte Prints Mandate Re voking All Orders in Coun cil Issued Under Declaration of London, esnn Monday determination than ever in our uReadv-to-Wear" with greater 4 Clearance" merchandise must stand a still greater "CUT" in price. to make complete Department and all Ladies Suits K:u'li :ui(l rwry suit in tin- Ihuh' mn.M lo sulci within ilic iu'M llircc weeks and have lacn lecliuccl tu $J.00, i?7.5(), lO.UO anl l'J.r0. Dress Skirts We have a Liti'V .stock if it In dale Wool Hio- Skills. Come eatly t" o-t-t the tit-1 I'lhcie. 'ahuN t. ,S.tM, sjH'ii.d $U.!hS Willies to .v".5n, speeial I.)S 'alt',e- tee 10. 00, special $7. IS Kimonos C'teie 1'lisse and lotio; Silk Kimonos in solid and fancy colorinqs. Made in jiiTtty slvles and jialtiTii. 'At a ('.Ri:.T Kl'.hl'CTlUX. Ladies' Dresses Silk and W'a-di Dresses at alnio-l hall' their aetual -ellitio- h ices. Values to SS.:!. sjurinl $l.thS 'alues to li).(H), speaal X'alues to 15.0,1, speeial $7. IS Wash Skirts We -till have a "od avsotiment of Wash Skills tor ottr seleeliott m t'. Hon t'ordm ,y, l'ictie, (lahardme and I'.akt-t Weave, J)NS 1. IS, .. IS, $M)H and ijU-OS. Children's Dresses (.'all and see onr speeial lot of chil dren's dresses, all sizes. Special at -lDf and OS- Ladies' Coats ',ery coat in this store has stood it share o price entiiiio' and if in need of a coat, you will find it here al loss. . See lot I I. Values to SS.50, special $X9S House Dresses )oens of different style Iioiim' dresses are here for vmir seleeliott, soo'l ijuahcies and hc-t makes, every one of iheui really reduced. l'Aira special. alues to $.(H), at J)S Silk Petticoats Messaline and Taffeta Silk Petticoats, all color it io's ;up1 ooetd width. They liiu-t j;,. to i!K'' e ootn for the new ones at a Hi;' it-'uctioti. h'.xli.i spe cial, value S-MH, sin-cial. . .Jjl .19 German Coi respondents Ad mit, However, That French; Have Established Them-:A CHALMERS-SIX selves in several I owns. dcatc CLEARANCE SALE THE ECONOMIST mm ;HV MORNINO JOURNAL 3PICIAL L E A !i L D WIRI llerlin, .Inly !j (Via London. July S.I - 'I'oehiy's tie .vs. from the western front throw's little linlit on the filitiiiL; hilt the advices show I Mil r the flH'll- i 11 u in i In- .e-riod lininediutelv ire- ceelinn Was most i lit ell:--. let thli-e point;:, nt 'I'll i' in a 1, nrotitol 1 1, in nnd the re-L-inn -!. 1 1 1 to ten nales sontli Of the .Solllllie I IV e r, 111 the 'I'llie-pi 111 sector there ll.ls I succession of lutler iittne Us mnl connt-(- littneks. The llrillsll ;:elel;cl tunes Sincceile-d bl liolent ilsKllllllS in ole t lillitm .1 toothed, I ill 'I'hie ii:il, lull e-iicli tune inie c.icclcel ll'oin the ruiim i-nsseiHrcr t in i n I of the i illume. Their losse s lire dc- b seven ininiites scribed ns ."e-xl iiioiclino ril.v lnnvi. Tile (Mil' I ilit isll SllCe e-SS 11 l), tie I lie I'.ritish I'looel vv.ive ntlenipts tee bll-.ek tile' n iiiisiiccesst'nl. - of the lill.lfe- of llctil In el bv the l- re-ne h onlv I ikIic-i mi-ills in i;io Arriliii ( oinily. s;mt,i l-'e, July H. The Kin Arrihii county grand jury luis returned In dictments iisaiiist' 1'clix' f.urcia for murder; Jnse Itfiineio Koincto f'"' ncirder; Juan I'..' Hara assault wi'h ebadlv weation. niiel Jose M. An nil I'-t.i for breukint; jail. The last (iictinent, howeve r, was dismissed ROCKEFELLER SPENDS BIRTHDAY PLAYING GOLF ! HO.NlNd JOUI.NAL SPICIAL LIIO W"l' Cleveland, O., July S. John I. Rockefeller, the richest man in the orld. celehrated his sev f-nty-first l irtlohiy here today plnyinif solf. His l-irthd.iy dinner, in which hin fclloii--olfers liiirticipjtecl, was served at ""on. Kockefeller aiepcared ill splen did health. MO.IItNO IOU.NAL etPICeAL llAStn WIRt I Tendon, July X In in -corda nee with the recent decision of the llnlish government to discontinue the j.nrtial ... ... . .1.,. .1....1., o.,, f '"""'"ii'e.n ... c ,, ; ,1,,,-in- the last t iv only-four I .C i d I. II , 1,1. I' I, . ' ceiudiict nf naval warfare, an order in , to ii was published in the London ehiziite under which all orders made under the ee Juration of London since the betfiniiiiiK of the war an- with drawn. The tii'vv order declares it to be the intention of Crent I'.rilain and her al ius to exorcise their heHie,e-rent riKliis at sen in strict ace oichnii-i- w it Ii the law of nations. It is order, el t hat the fe llowinir provisions be observed: Hostile I li-sl ImHioit Asiinied. .-jrsI Tin? hostile destination re eitlil'cd for the e euide-mnation of full- trabaiiel articles shall he presumed tec exist until the contrary is sholi n if the noods are i-oiisimie-d to or for tin e ,.n, on- nut hot-it v. or IK''1H of an enemy ; i t-t:.i. ' or I,, or for a person in tiie tor titorv hehenuiuK to or occupied by the lin eiu niv or to or for a person who din el,,, I, recent Hostilities has feel - iv?e eb-el coni raband ;ooels to an eueiiiy elcni around I'Mluritv or intent of n enemy state, and isolated or to or' for a person in territory he- i dam have lee loPfjiiiK to or occupied lev the enemy, : The c-'Ptor ... ii... .-nnsiu-neil lo "I- was acc-onit'li ,,- ,he ship's papers do iiolialt.-r Hire.- ele-spe-iale show who is the real ic.usmn.'c of tin-first I wo oiislauhts, woods.. : w,lh ,""':'', -Second - The principle of .onMiu-, lion, vv-re r- poised. , ,. uii,,,, me distillation snult pi v.. tloni pes .....'.ii i...' T.i.nloalih. hot H in eases ot ', v ilkme and contra ha nil and blockade. ei,:,.,l - V leelllial V( se I e.'irr.in ,-e.nli-aleatid with papers indie-.itina a . . , , liie Ii liu I 11 Itll- neuicei l,;,ll-tei-llaled llO lllf tr M:r'." ' a ' r ' e e nv nor., shall The liaie of battle- sll,- , bio ,. '' '. .' ' i ' . ,,i,,l na - 'torili with both rren. h and 'bin lie irinie in i-.eo,,'- ei,, IK she is encountered end of he-r next voyage. fourth-- A ve sse l can v no; lu.nd shall he liable to captui eoud. lunation if the contraband .ii...... I,i- mllle. WCiullt. V or fiea-Jit. forms more than hair the; .. .:. . . . ,V,',''Mm' , ',,,, thinu ::,-,, ish t extend th. ir front of Ho I, ,s niriio-r oiov.,,. . .. . nl. ,,. .. r, ,..,.,, ,i:.5 at '' ,!';,lVf -rihe' or .'r i, V nn.JI of ' new places on the Ion fro,,,, bn, n el , at Ihc " ,, strict-: vet no s lions e-ndeavor ill this direr .March ii, i.e.. ,,r ii,,n bis been reported me i no io,,,.-, inn- proclamations declaring ... I. eonli-aband of war 'In'' present hostilities; n regulations alfct th. !hiiii; done under the eil now w ithdraw n. I.efore ,'he inakini; of the new order mav, if the court thinks it ' ' il.-ar.l and (l.-cich-el under the o.d- s with drawn, iai as f. when sio h e ausc- or pi i.eenii or nouhl hai .. ..I,, ,1.1.- in such cause 01 .. 1"- 1 .' . ... .. ..... v.... I n,,t I The. now order is cited an ' in council, i BEATS DIXIE FLYER ; IN SOUTHLAND RUN Jtrnwiiitf down the third American ro.nl re' niel t,i be enptiucd by a ,'hal-me-rs siv-;!iiu in , In- past three weeks. Homer ('. (Icore.e, newspaperman and amateur driver of Atlanta, ei.e, lias just lowered all road and rail records between Atlanta anil ( 'lialtanooc.a. Teiin. Mr. (bene,, drove a fii.-pns-se nee i- rh a i n ii-i s t oiirl i IK , ,i r n 1 1 ii Ii has I i used as a demount 1 .1 tor by tin Atlanta deiclc-r for tip- iast se-ve 11 (nonths. ' In lowering th,- ,o:iel record former ly held by K. T. McKinstry in a lie" sis, CeoIKe also bettered the time "!' the famous hive- l-'lycr, the fastest, inline, in the south, Tin- '.1. Km K. I'. halmers made the- 1,", miles between lln nla ami ('h.i!::i!iooe,n in :i bouts fiBUSINESSfSf COLLEGE ITEMS 1 sle noKiaph, r for I'. J. Johnson, Santa! Mis-" Stella Schl'elher, who recently I l-'e ae, nt while Joe .1 o ll list . ill . Ml', j aee-epti'il 11 position with the ItcclilT ,lolnis,,n:s 1 ei; 11 In r ste-noKi apher, is I M leant lie ceempany, i eiorlH that she ciu iv on a vacation. i likes h.-r position and Ik netlluif nlon 1 mil.wli. 1 lliceiy. 'I'h, , limb The 1 , ic: i. , , ,t 11 1 . nr, 1 II both ,1, or. Is liou -i- h , n sine, septemi,. r ri-ci-1 1 , 1 1 1 o 1 1 l.i I 1 Me-s sill -lit Me Vi. , S. t 1 1 el Santa I-', eetf, Ml' '- I i I ll-': II liel po.- il 11 ill Willi I be- I ooliip.'e ley Tin- I 1 "a home c olli pa o v 11 .scol " "!' tool e- of luo-nt conlmues to ami cii'iiini; .-chool. a total re Kisl tali, f ml en lliiu: si llool I, cel.: r I, I !i I . 'I'll,- total 11 l.i I l.-iel- w as 1.11. HI V Ickll'llU. Who b.ls been : ill the oil e'e of the New In,,, I of Mines, returned lasl 1 n. I Is II. ill III plol it ,11 t be Mi.-s II. Jem ippenhi-iini r inline; for Miss llcotci.e Lilt. Willi the I e IV M, lice. ( 'attle Sallihll'l leolll'd, I while Mi:s L11I Is enJoyiiiK tier vnci- tloil. Announcement bus been received in tills city of ll larriaitt- of Miss Limn Miss l'WI itlend 37 imiiiitcs faster l-'e.l be '. of Cleel i; e, the- A. Ii. 1'. lasl winter ami 111. ub in. 'lie lite nils while In A lbuiUi-reilo, The A K. ('. hoys are plaiininu on I'lkillti the I lilleel Stales 1 till sell lee 1s1111i1111li1.il lot 1 1 ,1 1st 1 y 1 lei k on July I.1:'. The cilIiiIi , i. ('. pi. tic In Id .lull' I proved lo be .1 c,rund Kin cess. Th'' 'mil rv crowd of picnic leers were eon re lis his ,'lci-ept eel 11 j l 1 led lo I '.cur I'll II I oil ill 'I'l illl lib 's I "IK lo Mental 1 10-11 r:i nee- i en 1 1 - us-.-i lis 11 ud a eh Jin hi I' 11 1 time iv ns 'ciib'iit.ii j,; in fact ; 1 pent :u ;be c.'iiivon lend in lnoiitilnin " and has cmploicl j eh m him;. M loli 1 reel 1 1 for t he sin cess A. It. C : tndeii's to of the picnic Is elue lllini r Kiebl and Mr. Koy Honiietl, now with A. Kcm pi'iihll, I'cialta, ,. Al.. Is visililiK In A 1 1 11. 1 11 1' 1 1 1 1 it- for 11. few daH 11 rid nns he likes his 11. ll peeHitloil M'I'V III He'll. (lien l.e.irliu.', wh,, for I he past year has he'll employed hy the lleriialllli) Mercantile coiitpiiny, has nccepled It posilh.11 Willi llunini; nnd Coiiinll, Loh Ltin. is. The employment Imrcun luis hi eu re, l iving a very lartte n 11111 ber of e a Mh lor office, help mnl 1 iimiu.-rclal teach ers receiilly anil has hei-n ohlluid to advertise In the local impels 11 lid twice wiled outside the stale for ennipelent help. Kvcry iivailnhlo A. II. V. Krudil ate is Inc. lie d ami Hi'Vcrul excellent po sillons had to iro unfilled lust week". Siienil sluileiils iioiv in iittemluiioe an- alrciidy cnKiiired for positions 1.14 .soon as 1 hey craditate. clared to be iipimportanl, was the. and miinil pier.- of a salient ot Ccrtnan trcucli- than the Leo sis. s iasl. of La lloissclle only a slioii "Onr record ol 1 11 lit v in- nuns p.-i list.cnce c ist of the ol iuinal Cerman , hour for Hie II ip i le'id'-rcd ail tin' l-'roin La Itoiss.-lie soiitliwai't more renin 1 ka hi, oy t lie 11,11,111 ,,ns ,1 11 - th" fiKhlintr was of a local cha 1 aei er. ; ,1,-r wbieh the test was run, saiit .01. The ilii'Uians have iliinwu a sironn Ceorive at the coiicliision of his trip. lst ill oarlline (III till' ecllist.ilit l ell itli; business of I be C ollipnll.l . II.11 1 1 Wilson is tu bst it 11 1 i in; as Mice Kelim l.ulz. iv (hi had chainc- ot liu a rra imenuiits. Mis. Kichl and Mis. lirixner cha i.erone.l 1 b p. my. Mult, 11 Mull gni(l (.iiipti.yp? nr ,ll hcltfr tcriiilei i.f mtv.uiIh? ,Milkl 1IH6 tlf. (I10 nun, eeilcuiilK i.f tl. J1111rn.ll. ntlempl.s. I Ii'' lltllollKh eb-lll- 111, 1 iletcrmiiia The tbiid ii'i ssion of die icil. led Micin to strai"hl- ' ell out their line li' l wee 11 ( 'lll'lll and : I .'e:'l.- s- i The figlttlni? nt Kstrei's and i:-ll".v- saiilcrre aiso was of a house-lo- "'I'he car, a dealci s deinonsl i a Ii filllv couililii cl. and had rceiv special limine, ii, for tin- evctil. Twen ty miles of the ran vv ere made Ihroiu'h iv, re alsee hc-lcl UP iiintaius nii'l ''.v , e,f e-llttl 1 the sharp turns and Cm roael made hiuli ely dam;co,is and lown to almo; r a 1 line s. I h th (lest ill , oiiilenina- lorth with heel h 1 reia h 1. ,.(',, . the i resorting chiefly to the use of ; bayoii't aii.f hand ifi ennclos ami liph;- nlni-'iii Willi the utmost .lexporsmon. i and losses, as is to be expected in lids' soil reck- ,,f fKblint;, were very heavy Th' duine l-'i'iiieli finally reiuained masters of :ioy. 'I'be Ci rmaii i e , n 1 1 1 1 a i i 1 e -rs have pre icire.l for atleinpts by the l-'n ne b or I,.,.,.... ... Oe Oecill CICI' llSii. I-', " ' 1 c. I a. for further rcstri, 1 heavy rain ami u in c-rossim; tlo- i IlicetillK lilK dl'oi road. The man t i ists in the mom speeci work cstr, we hail lo slow vvalkilie; pace urn I'ormaiicc of the h.u'h spe.-d motor in the Chalmers sis ::u was absolutely faultless. .Not a misse d e spin. loll ol sun, for repahs niarred the trip and ud , j believe faster lino- con hi be oblaiii'd us : v mV ear nnd- r more f noiab.e v, cat hot Mil i"':" " Mr. (b-ore lias checked out f t otn the tlrady iimn u oc i'l in liu- e c titer of At In n, it m busiD' ss district by lie, bel t Moran, city e ditor of (he Atlanta 'on -stdlllion. ' He was cl,.-, k.-d al c'hat- lai Ha bv V. ''. Foster. sportiniT cijii,,r of lb'1 i ' 1 1 a ' I a n e a 'I'mies on the arrival of the . ar in dial city. df the elli'lUV. "I art icles rim; lb" ,.- shall the new validity of any . orders in coini Anv cause or in i.rize court BRITISH ENCOUNTER NATURAL OBSTACLES RUSSIANS CONTINUE GREAT OFFENSIVE:",;;,' V MOCNINO JC.Ci.H4Ae. P.CCAI. L.At.O W,R. I'aris. July y Ha, K-em-i ural ami ri'-'lils eercl CBV MClKNCa JOUWNAl r.CAe. limiu w..f . I'eti of i ad. l-'rida'.. ,lil V Ilia Loll-iw huh th ilon. July s - 'I'lo Itiissi.in a. in t tie I 'zartori sk 'region in win attac k i Illi ' b I m-' 11 1 1 cops W '' I nek ve sle-1 da.V. has I., ell pi II a I'" ! t nor. 'I'll,- w ar of I'h e told edinK noolli e el the e apt III e of III en mail", i in :i r 1 1 i ii i 'dim- , l t c-li i us Willi .ol io irn I lou t lie 111 n ' i t lie I'.l Itlsll troop , III no- se-cicil no. , of the- Soiiiiii,- ri or. The kicH n..l ll-llllellll llli I i'llll ll S WI'H bail- to ciiiil , ml ar,- i ''-,, I ize-el and all aure, tti.it Hi as much as huuiaii' ty possibly, i-'ieii, I IS t lint t lie e ,el III II -troio; PlK-S Ol bl I FRENCH TROOPS MAKE MORE GAINS;";;' .O.ICIN1 JOU.N.l .rlCIAL tlA.tD el Paris July x. The French ma. further advance i.e-e n.-". f , ool ill 111' V ICIIIIC ' "I ' ud l-'stress. nit' vi a i I today , 1 ir rations b.-mi; hm- II ,f- Kansas (iiiiirdsmcn May o,c. Topcka, Kan.. July s Kansns Kiiardsmen may vote in the Kansas primaries In August, aeoorelini,' ,o d-.-ision of the elate supreme court toduy. So 1 1 1 IP I '.n-Sa lit. I1 ' i r : , ii mi n i ci,.. ,..,ins as a. whole in tin ! ......... mil l.ll-ee. ol dere.l hi' bad weuiher. Several huit ' ... , -tu nri-it. di-ed (iericaos . . rilun lima ('" ' r mollis. i m toe i a ni" h tb- ie lliiow n ! military opinion heel fur- posit iciiim a re so nt an-i I ill'lllslicil w i'h hues ol i-eiiiiinlil e i i I Li --( s ' lion thill the Ln'isli will be able to t I.iolyea and 1 1 ru.a 1 1 n. I ll'- no"' , a i ciniplisli lime u iiuni uc r of Cerman and Anstiian pi isou- j I- repcli kiiiih aie iiisia.o,. oc-iu,- . ., , contiliu. s lo nie l-cnsc. j l-'rene ll salient whence they .'all en The aiuieiuiicenieiit follows: , Iilacl,. 4be (i. rmaii positions opp,.si, "llnr treeoos continue to develop j 1 O t he I tl'it isll, A s 1 ll CSC K U 1 1.-, ol .til,. their sue-c-i-ss, s in dee r, clou nasi oi.an.l iniiui.oi i , . ( '-.a iter-, sk sec to;- on in,- rive r railroad trucks, nice r ' Follownnr ,'ie capture of tin-1 lay the tracks for tl villaue of ( :m. Iv nnd alter a Lot i.n-' which lias , I euiet encounter, the vilkiue of 1 .ol.i - 1 1 1 lie h are t e a oka fill the main road between Kolk I l I lie' llolk lhe- alld Millie V It" -hi anil the villa!-',- of it I ll'IIZi.llV II W el e ta kill. I lie nillllO' ' I In of Ce-rnoin and Austrian prisoners e out ill lie s t o inei'ea j "i m the flout soiilb of the Stokho.i, liver the .io my is ma ,n la nil nu a vrv violein fire in numerous sectors. North of Hi.- I 'iv r of artillery fii". H-. oi t.-osi-ml hill- L p.'i, under oc enemy all, nip' e In lb" i' i ion i, via l-iit was be d- ne on re I all.-. I SO solidly established lllil ion mil i o completed and is ass. il.d that dose cons will noi loli" ill making their liil'lii'-m e f, !t. (collie, l llaellv Last al.s .-.-a.s. X. rihur Wilson, a ,-owl, tuny ot wan 'us. I , I .. L .. I 1 I .I'll ITV C 1K ' ' ' " . i ... . f v.; 'Hi I- -.lies i s, liKoiil .: 11 o . t , . . .... .. , . . larlv In the disu "t'i i" oo. ilt...-,- fir,, continues.'' ! and one I i n - r: jure d last nmht w he n his hois, t.-b d upon him. The at'iiii .1 slipped on th" .fear track at the corner of I .oiC la- , ml L.ulioad iiie-nu.-s. Wilron s arm I jj wi le Uislejcuted. was Lj fcJ I ii" lin rfN. Illl I Did You m ,,-x pi Ever Know j - Thai Ihc I'iisi lurvcel was piiclicl liy Arllmr (.'inn-' yU i v Thai in I S75 len liicii ila'ci on each si !f. l I j " Thai eivtiliaii.l iitcliiio' -ci, 'anili,ii,-, in 1SS-I. J -) Thai in ihc fall "l" X'7 a halsinaii was all. v ,-. I In call Afl SMW ' j l"i' a hioh or low hall. fftA J ia! i hat the man eu- 011110 nicn who clocsii'i let lis nial.o tH jj j ihcir tliilht's: now is jns ahuiii oiii oi ihc anic - ' fti 11 ' ,. I'or -ve can S.W I', MH. .1U or in. .re on every miiI 1 H hi nia.lc-to-votir nicastirc h.r fi' j And 4i 1 1 n ) up A : " mmrm ', ! COME IN AND JUDGE FOR YOUKSLLr. rt.K- q fey FECT FIT and SATISFACTION GUARANTEED J mf f 11 rt I lie, III lb. I i .. J-BZA llli i. I.M'Kl'. 1 , -1.I-.T. eCJ iiioxi-: i'is. ijo i;st ci:xtr l Jj