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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Sunday, September 3, 1916.
Five I Hi HIS L II FIRST CLASH 1 SUCGESSFU WITH AUSTINS After Five Days of Hard Fight ing the Soldiers of Francis Joseph Are Compelled to Withdraw Across the Cerna, ENGLAND'S EAST COAST RAIDED BY ZEPPELINS capital The revolt reported In Mace donia is now Mid to have spread over the whole f northern Qreece. Spec nil dispatches from Athens say that Premier Zalmhi had lengthy audi ence with King Constantino Thursda) and afterward announced that Greece maintained her pollcj rl friendly neu trality toward the entente, The UroeH premier! another dispatch suys, I declared thai political Munitions would ,! cleared up probably before Hatur-I Ida j morning, Against strong Austrian resistance IPetrograd says the Russians haw tak en poaltioni fort) ml lea eat of Uem berg, Near the Hungarian frontier I everal heighti have been captured, I Attacki by the Ruaalani agalnat the! Austro-German line in Volhynis, Oa llcia and the Carpathian were re I pulsed, Berlin wiya, Home ground wast gained north of Thorow, Qallcia, and) nearly I, boo prisoners have been taken by tin- armies of Prince Leopold and! An hduke 'harle. I iperatlons on other fronta show lit-1 tie activity. I ONI hi I ill 1 i l l I n s. ItltOI Gill l I I IKN THE CALIFORNIA TO BE STRICTLY SINALOA CAPITAL IS CAPTURED Bl MODERN WARSH P REVOLUTIONISTS New Super-dreadnaughl Be as Neat Impregnable to le and Torpedo Attacks Is Possible to Make Her, Mi Official News From Greece Is! Lacking; Revolt In Mace-1 ' donia Spreading; Russians1 Report Slight Progress, i on don, Bcpi :i i 1 :08 a. m. ) 1 Me 1 of :i aquadron of Qerntan Beppellm which raided Knglund tonight with London and the eastern counties :t t - j parentis bj their objective, waa brought down in flume, an official announcement nays. Many bomba ! were dropped but no reports of cai- unities have been received, 1 BY MOHNINO JOUP-.AL iFfCtAL I t ''. F O WH in tlx- first battle between tiumun tan and Austrian troopa the Austriuns Have ben forced to retire across the Cema river, north of Oraova, near the li ml gate on 1 he Danube, Vlenntt an nounces that the Auatrlan troops with drew aftet five daya of heavy fighting, in eastern Transylvania the Aus trian retirement continues. Hermann -stadt has been evacuated. Apparently the Austrian ore carrying ui their reported plan of shortt nlng the battle lint, in Tranaj Ivanla. London announced another Zeppelin mill over tin cast roost of England on Saturday night, Paw details have been received. Bombs were dropped on evrral places, The entente mlnlstero at Athens, ays n belated dispatch from the Greek eapltal, have drafted a note for presentation to Premier Zalmls, The note probably waa handed to the LIBEL SUIT IS FILED AGAINST NEW MEXICAN BY FRANK A. HUBBELL Greek pr mler on Haturda) . or 'f The n- contenta is not known, The Hi i 1 led. The an Ival of an allied fleet "ft Ti ns, tin. port of Athens, has been owed by the announcement thai fliiK of franco has been hoisted four German and three Auatrlan rchant ships in the harbor, Board- partiea from the entente warships seised ihe vessels. No official announcement oof politi cal conditions has come cither from the Greek government on lite entente rat fid liu: aprriAi nn-K h Tn mo UN i no jo1 tNill Santa Pe, Sept. I, -Prank A, Hub bell, republican nominee for United States eenator, through his attorney!-, R, p, Barnes, of Albuquerque, and Judge K. R. Wright, of Santa I'e. to day filed suit iii the iiistrii 1 court here agalnsl the Bants Pe New Mexican and Bronson M. Cutting, its proprie tor, for libel, damages In the .sum of 150,000 being asked. The filing of tin suit was not un expected, as Mr. Hubbell had stated Immediately after the publication by the New Mexican of certain attacks upon him just prior to the assem blage of iii, siate republican conven tion that he Intended to bring suit. The a, tion hi baaed on 1 publication of August 21, 1910, which the plaint iff alleges was false, malicious and defamatory ami was printed for the purpose of Injuring his candidacy for the nomination for senator and of preventing his election of nominated, ami was intended "to harass, annoy. Wound and injure the plaintiff in re spect of his feelings, honor, self-respect ami dignity." .in Francisco, Kept 3, Besides be in;; .in electrical marvel, the new super-dreadnought California, which i- 10 havi hei keel laid probably sunn time tins mouth at Man- Island navj yard, will he as near Impregnable to mine and torpedo attacks as it is possible lo make a modem warship. 'Ihe armor and Other protection against these "capons have boon worked out In tin. greatest detail and mi bod man) novel feature's that are the result ot careful study of naval engagements In the present European vv a r Winn the contract toi battleship No. tt was awarded to Ihe Mare Isl and navj yard, lha name "California" already had been given to battleship .o. (0, under construction at the Now Xorlc navj yard, Inasmuch as No i was to be hc largest warship to he butll On the Pacific coast, the nev) department directed that Ihe name nf the one to he built at Male Island should Le changed to California ami the one building In New fork .should be named the New Mexico MIlIC and torpedo I'n.ol' for some time before the plans for the California weie made Ihe uavv department experts satisfied them selves by exhaustive tests thai v essels of the proposed construction could not he sunk either by Striking a mine 01 torpedo attack, it is understood that tin- construction 01 the bulkheads by an improved method is mainlv relied Upon to make the vessel impervious to torpedo ami mine destruction. They are to he steel hut will not he rigid, as is the case In Othl I' stttRA Also, re- Rebel Forces, Undei Carrasco( Take Mazatlan and Aie Re ported to Be Active in Other Parts of the Mexican Stale, Douataa, Arte.. Kept i, Iteports lending to ponflrm ihe recent rumor of the taking of Masatlnn, the capl-l tai of Mnaloa ,iv rebel forces, wort j received here todaj from ihe Interior! of Honors bj An" 1 n ana 11 poited iii Hot mosllli that a lone undei '. torroerU s Oar ran the soul hem part of Hid Utt) Ml meral earrasv 1 ommander Mexico, enter in Mazatlan talc last week Bl Ihe bead of a bod) of troops, and the garrison. 1 umbering 148 men. turned over to I ni without .1 flBht. Culiacan, the second largest cltj In Slnalou, ih alno reported t" have turned over to Carrasoo withoul struggle, hecause of dissatisfaction with the Carramsj government, Gen. Angel Flares, military lover nor of the state, was not implicated in the movement, as It was llrsl re ported lie, with a maimltv of Ills men. was on the Chihuahua lander at the tune, on the lookout for Vllllstas. SPECTACULAR SCENES IN 'MASKED RIDER' AT THE LYRIC TODAY i 1 ? i I i i t t t t t 1 WHEN YOU THINK OF CAREFUL KODAK FINISHING THINK OF HANNA & HANNA DISCRIMINATE GET THE BEST Twice Daily Service 5 to 45 Hours Ahead of Others WE SELL FILMS OPEN SUNDAYS El Maestro Studio Opens Sept. 15th MEAT PICTURE NOW AT CRYSTAL All HIGHLY PRAISED Will, World' i nub it are sure ijunlntancea While hut hundreds of unusual feature at tin pressed (heir approval and tin orque The End of the for thosi n ho witness .end fiunds ami BO- lite expression Is QUOled. thai s w ho m It ne seed the Crystal ex ind plaasure. it is likely that iii.. attendance afternoon ami tonmhi will be INO PONCE IS SENT TO IAHUA FOR TRIAL hei Increased to III lectl le, driven p . the water VI ,nt 11 liiull K ril ite SMpittyeV "r 111 lift-I trr grses of ervssttf Uuu.- ut of Hip wunt j celamas ot the Jearssl. . 11 i t KELLY Comfort Chairs and Davenports THE KIND THAT ARE BUILT FOR REAL COMFORT AS WELL AS FOR SERVICE The Comfort Chairs ithout ait u li alstance has per cent. The main engines will the electric generators bring by steam turbines of Jl,00( h steam supplied hv oil-buVnlni tube hollers Not only the type of the machinery installation but its ar raagement is said to be entirely ilif- ferent from any ever adopt pi i v louS warship. She will be fitted with masts bearing fire-control for controlling the fire of similar to the familiar t.v p American eonsli uotors ed on all haltleships of Ihe f States navy. Another feature of buttoi IOC or catches. Simply down in jusi n as you likt Kelly Davenports Are buill lo make fm'r - ,.,1. a comfortable seal Tif Z-fa&i ;is well a a com- zZOz. . "mm F I fortable bed. The s, SStajM double stuffed up- ijf ' -Q-f;; yKmf j over long flexible l j WM I i l!' I W'isj :t ocei I M 1 V ways i i . is hum m WHICH infill es Milt CUSI loneu seai. CALL AND SEE THEM FURNITURE Half Biock East Y. M. C. A. Building il for any two ' age platforms the Kuns, designed and now ited her appearance that immediately attracts attention is the clipper type of how, instead of the conventional ram. E3ecti leit v ISmptoyed. The use of electricity throughout the vessel will be most extended, in addition o the main propelling en gines of the ship, the handling of the a mm unit ion and tiring of the guns will lie done by electricity, boats will be hoisted in and out, anchors raised. the vessel stceied. and Ventilating j i blowers operated by electricity, Other minor machines driven i.v I electricity will be potato peeling. w hich is performed In a separate com I partinent, the machine having a ca parity of l.oon pounds per hour Ice I cream freezing, complete laundry In stallation, pi intin machinery, food and meat grinder, kitchen and cake I machine of sixty-quart capacity, i (IoiirIi mixer of two barrels per hour. and H dish-Washing machine that vv ill handle 1,000 dishes per hour. Principal hJuraotorMkw, i The principal characteristics ol the i allfornia are as follows: i ! i ii " 1 1 , 1,11 aoi i .... i i a h I i M feet, depth. 17 feci L' Inches; mean I draft. 30 feet ;: Inches; displacement j (at this draft). r.V'.nO tons: speed, -1 loots i 1 2 hours) fuel oil oapacit) I i norm, ill. 1 900 tons i Vrmument Twelve llineh, 50- caliber, breech-loading rifles; tour i submerged torpedo tui.s: twanty-two : 5-Inch rapid-fire guns; four U-poiinder guns for saluting two I -pounder guns j lor hont. four 3-Inch anti-aircraft guns; one 3-Inch landing gun; two 30-callbet machine nuns. Powerful i.iiii Ratter) 14-inch main battery kuhs an tceptlonallj powerful type, and liiotlllted 111 tillers, in Ion, line, heavily-armored turrets, complement of the vessel is Ight officers and LOSS men. Kverv convenience necessary for the health and comfort of officers and rew has been carefully thounht out in this ship. The name California previously was home by an armed cruiser Of the Pa- Haloid LOOkWOOd andj MW Allison. the popular Metro-Qualltj stats, will be seen on the screen here at the Lyric theater toda.i ni in The Masked flidtr," a thrilling rive-part production of niyxtciv. romance and adventure, They are surrounded by a strong supporting cast, including i.ester Cuneo, the well known heavy leading man ; lohn Macl )onald, I low aid Trueadell, Ham Llnkey, Harry llerkhart, H. w. lllls and Crlsaa Sclwynu. Th stavy ol "Th Masked Rider" is laid In the mountains of North Cat -Ollna, where most of the scenes were photographed, Through special ar rangements Ihe Metro players were given permission bj the government to use a deserted nioonsh Inlng still ami rendeavous for some exciting scenes. The old ll.it Cave inn also figures prominently In this feature. Mr. I.ockwood Is seen at his best in "The Masked Rider." He is given unlimited opportunity to display his prowess and horsemanship In a score of sensational situations. Miss Alii son us the mountain girl, is thorough ly at home In has part, for she is In reality a daughter of the southland, one of Ihe speetin ular scenes in the production is the dynamiting of an underground hiding place of a gang of desperate moonshiners, "he End of the World" Proves Agreeable Surprise to Dis crimlnating and Educated Patrons of Silent Drama. in d.v cet tulnly io. at litis (turpi lead, and plCtUlt defer- merel) matter of capacity, for this attraction cannot be held over for Monday, it being hooked solid foi weeks ahead, PCsiglltfMl Novell). tin,, of the delightful novelties In troduced Is the eiectrtOe' dance ill which a beV) of young Danish maids lend support to Emma Thomsaji, the famous artiste of Copenhagen, who wayward sister and pays in fun the prtoe The liahlltiK effects e little short of won- the end life. Th the i ystai tin crowds ness this known public si manager of the THEDA BARA IN HER GREATEST PLAY NOW AT THE PASTIME j Theda Bars, supported by Btuart : Holmes, will be seen at the Pastime .today and tomorrow in a masterful plcturlsatlon of Oulda's great story entitled, "Under Two Flags." This is said to be .Miss I turn's greatest picture of her ions career before the camera. Here are some of the big mo ments In William fox's new tcutun film, "Under Two Flags:" ! i. Bertie Cecil assumes the kuHi ol 'his brother's forgery of n check Hi I saves his brother hut ruins his own life. ( iy.li ette, at I lie lo an of a I End of the World'' i and did belli f that If the pco- ujuerquc knew what you I at Ihe small admission w ould nev er take I are of who would want to vvlt IpeCtade," stated a well lool teacher lo the Barnett Amuaamont company, win. was standing in from of the Second Street Ihealci at th conclusion of the second afternoon performance yesterday, There Is no doubt In ny mind hut that Ihe small admission imked friKht ened many who aii' in the halm of paying advanced price for feature pictures away. hut personally I thofcgM I Would 'take a chillier.' and am delighted that I did so. I should think thai if any picture can tun a appeai'H us who m Ihe oi a sinful in this dance are derful, and were applause .t all th (onlay. Aside from tin follow ihe corned earth, Ihe pfctUrUWtion of is excellent ami holds tin . urded rounds of performances ee- big scenes which contact with Ih' Ihe slotv attention from th, outsat to the close. The act Inn of the entire eompan) is superb, and Ihe ureal cale given to detail III Staflng is well WOrth emulation hv the i, in American picture nutkera, Probably not since the production of "'Hie fall of Troy." by the Milan company, lias anv foreign concern at tempted so lavish a Spectacle Sj "The Bndlof the World," and those who K" to in,. Crystal either this afternoon at eanishl Will have no occasion for complaint, hut much in the way of self-conKral illation. ! HniINt mUBNAl IMCIM IIIIID Willi Bl I'aso, Tex , Kept Lino fSgtO, formerly a colonel i mh r oroZe i, brought to Juarei toda from Caaas rendeS, wai sent to Chihuahua CU) for ttiai on ii charge of piottlas against the Carranga government, Military authorities In Juarei declined io dlscuea'the charges, hut it ems re ported that as a result of PonOO'l al legad Ulhaf. forly men of Ihe de facto gajrfHsjn at scenclonv forty mi lee south of I'oluml un, N, m. revolted Wednesday niMht. hut were overpow ered ami their leader, Captain Vicen te carrion, waa killed tteporta were cut rent in Juarez. Ilitil ihe garrison at- Pearson simultaneous h attempted uneuccesaf ully to mu- tlni . I THE DEMAND CONTINUES The demand for graduates, even for advanced students ami undergradu ates, continues so persistentlv that the management of the Allu(ucriue Bus iness College is unable to supply one half the culls received of late for young i pie to accept good poaltioni in business Offices and elsewhere young people should heed this de mand ami b gin tiuii preparation at once. Cal Term opens Sept. ,',lh i'lioiu; t!7 for particulars. HrMilta fr Journal Want AriV Monilav Is "Labor day." September I. N bojeMMea ut tie MMMtMfl ,.,IL,-,.,I l-'.'lll West lead nveniie. K. W. til mas Th Bertie ami his followers, almost tered i v the Arabs, 3, A court-martial condemns Bertie to die for striking his superior officii when the officer ii.nl insulted him. I Cigarette takes a h ap on horse hack across an enormous chasm, then braves a terrlfii Handatorm, to in ma the reprieve Which must save Uorllo'a life, 5, Cigarette Is killed by the bullets Intended for the man sin- loved, but she arrives in time lo save him from death. i The flfty-t THE WASHINGTON' APARTMENTS ARE READY FOR GUESTS The finishing I put on the W.i ; 1003-1010 est Inolsseurs win, hit tlflc fleet, rechrlstened the gan Diego wasntngxon ivlien hei former name was assigned!0' these modi lo the new battleship. The San ni. thing that mod gO novv IS I II I 11 pit plan flagship of reliable the th. Pacini II for nia i ill tak been utilise I tn Hid de of MEXICAN MEDIATORS up-to-date credit to th to the city Imiov at ion which w ill ie ' up. basement fronting VV II propi let. apai ' N. a n Ant UIVtlN bLAU HA.NU " K""'"- .tends to sel MmmmiMWuuwsj each v " : ' 1 Vork, Sept. ! -Ignacio Itonil- """' matron- who I llhortfi I Pant, i.i.i.i l in of business vvdl huvi lies are .just being ;t..n Apartments, i '. ni i al avenue, t 'mi hav Inspected The te loUd tn their praise i upa n mints. Bvcry in craft can ilev lae hua ike them strlctlj y are not oulv a t ami I. nil. Icr hut lauertiue. a new IIU Tin k i -Ii Itothn i he eat t hall .. I I f ell Tenth si root, I th.. Mexican commission, appointed toj confer with representatives of the l lilted Slates, to settle difficulties be- I tweett the two eountriea, arrived here W today accompanied bj their families and a retinue of servants and seere t.irtes. The) wen welcomed at their hotel by Secretarv of State Robert Laming and Bltaeo Arredondo, Meal can am basaa dor-design ate. Lull Ca brera, the head of the Mivean ...in BllsSlon, was expected to Sl'liVe later in the day. The fust meeting of tin two coeamissiom is to he held Monda) ' I, , I I,. U ill I I I the Inn state fair L'lv en in t he pap. i of apartments h leased and famllh i Those desiring to m requested by office at reai men) I'lmu . lat. s he m - one or two davs ' daj . at v iii . ii are expert In the .ole ehaii;.'. The .i up in time tot I NJS ili1 1 e will l.c Quite ii numb i it alreadj been ire novv moving lo lite I SSI rv at ion ar. th. propftetoi to iii at f east building In beet nu. I andMate Vrresteel Cheyenne Wyo.. Sept J. -Orftn C labbttt, candidate al the leo nt pi i nary feu 'he republican nomination at sheriff, 'at arrested todai on bargee of complkit) m election fi I in in 1 1. I I I "lie. I hob HI Hull I le . I Itrni.'llv I This Is a medicine thai even fain Illy Should he provided Willi Cell land diarrhoea often come on sudden I h and it i- of ii.. greatest importance that th.v b treated prompt!) Con snier the Rurrertng taai must be en dund until a physician arrives o medicine can he obtained Chambet Iain's Coh. Choi. in no.) Dntiiboe, Rented) has I reputation ad H nolle fol tile qUiCS Ifllef Will. Il t folds I l'laln.il.e c v i I v iv help. Who Cares Ml) I f you hu) more meal than yu need from jlyour butcher and some ft it is wasted, do you get angry with him tor selling it? fjj 1 1 you purchase more fruit or vegetables Hfrom your grocer than you can possibly use ami have to throw some ft it away, tin tiu lose your temper ami accuse the grocer nt dishonesty? It you throw some coal away with the ashes, tlo you feel that the coal man has cheated v mi j. Ml 1 1 yon leave the retrigeratoi open and jU waste the ice, do you quarrel with the ice man ? ( )i o ursc not ! fT But sometimes when you carelessh waste J gas ,iml electricity mi put all the blame the Companj and get angry ami saj tli gs you ought not to say. Xeiiher the butcher, the provision dealer, the ice man nor the coal man concern themselves with how iuu waBte; hut the gas and electric v . ' while urging on to use krs eltliicrty, WeUnreYou Not to Waste Kther Albuquerque (ids, tlettrn lichl X fata io. PHONE N o e