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V New Mode Touring Car ISE IS DUE AN OPPdliTtMTV TO (.IT THIS M K I Mill I C K lts H,l II I V I Kl 1 1 (.1 l IN I Til 1 :VI JtV LOT SOM f in tin: imi:kmty iii k.ii is addition with tiii: m:t iiitv lots sold i itou m:pti;iiu:u is. Tin si; choh i; Mi-roor. pi ki icii y i.i: i:iv, r.nui; lots ai;i : m m ini; at aitkoxim viti.v $175 f nil lor, moki: tut 1.1 :ss. .ccoitiu; to location, ani on h:kms to m it tiii: iuyi:ks pot uirr. Manila Cigar Manufacturers Accuse National Bank and Appeal to Government to Break Up the Combination, HOOK. 1 -3bsM mmm Albuquerque Morning Journal, Sunday, October 8, 1916 Ul TOBACCO Ji Ti T3 9 7 ford TO LEAF CORNER 1 ( VuHH-latrd Press orrp.mlinc.) Manila. Sept. 2. Smaller vlKat manufacturers of Manila and they 2 re UKion. principally Chinese-have ' linealcd to the government to break 'h it they call a corner on leaf tobac co which has forced the prices of this article to a famine level. Two Kuro ., firms which have put close to wo million dollars into the purchase nf leaf tobacco are accused of belim bark of the corner. One, of these firms is expoitins extensively to Hol ',,!! while the other Is holding Us stock locally f"r hit; prices. The new Philippine National hank, in which the Philippine governmcny is the largest stockholder, has come in for criticism at the hands of a sec ion of the local press for financing the "alleged corner but it is known that one of the firms involvel is not a cllenf, f the bank. Directors of the bank furthermore declare that if evidence ran be deduced that any loan made was to foster a corner, the loan will !. camelled forthwith. Declares Demand Caused Itise. Director of Internal Uevcnue llaf f,.rty who is the government official closest to the tobacco industry, de clares that the unprecedented demand in the I'nited States for leaf tobacco ind the increasing American demand for Philippine cigars were responsible for the record-breaking purchase and prices in the Philippine tobacco trade. He pointed out that up to July la thee had boon an increase of 440 per cent in the shipments of Philippine leaf tobacco to the I'nited .Slates. This indicated the immense demand and was a reason for high prices and Hcar- : r ,..u..n leaf ( "nm lil'tin tr liUV- I'UV 111 HMKIVV ,.... , cis from Manila are flocking into the tobacco producing provinces and of fering the planters double the price paid last yiar. Never before in th ..,. t hn tobacco business in the i iiiMi'i . - islands have crops been disposed of so carlv in the season. Itoom V'l(olln, to Planter. The boom has spelled prosperity for the tobacco planter a prosperity doubly welcome because of the de pression which followed the outbreak of the European war and cut off the consumption of Knropo, one of the biggest, buyers of Philippine leaf to bacco. , , Hut the cigar manufacturer has not shared in thin prosperity. Paw ma terials of every kind have gone up in price and tobacco leaf has advanced cnorinnuly. The American demand keeps his plants busy but at a loss, since the greater part of his export Is a cheap trade of cigar. In t he higher grade cigars he makes money. ,,,.,i,..,. r,r I'iunr manufacturers have appealed to the collector of in-j tcrnal revenue, pointing out that high I prices and cut-throat competition are forcing ruin on many Manila fac tories. The collector's statement sug gests combination to regulate conipe-l tition and intimates that if the present j ruinous conditions are allowed to con-j tinuo the government may intervene. Better Lines More Radiation loai (liV WAIIi;, lilt TIUC IK. MIS AMI STKFIT ' It lATIAMUVS II WC All, IUi: M)i: AND NO oiiMioN ki t in 1 1 w yi:i;s mis addition v ii.i, hi: 'in 1 : pi 1 11 or any kiisiki nc i: distinct in tiii: stati: or niav mimco. 1 ' rou iruiiiiit paktk 1 i,ai:s, iNoni;i; at tiii: oitici:, iiooms a-,-,.? must n tionai, hank' iimxj., Oil PMONi: 8'.)!). HO KM ON IB MOVES ON 1 ROSALIA The Bandit and Followers Arc Reported to Be Moving Southeast With the Rail road Point as His Objective lT MOHNINO JOURNAL SPBCIAL LIASID Wiftll Kl Paso, Tex., Oct. 7. Francisco Villa and his 800 bandits are moving from the (luerrero district in a south easterly direction toward .Santa Ro salia, 1(10 miles south of Chihuahua City, a refugee from the Cusihuiri achic mining district, reported beio today. He says Villa Is moving in the direction of Carichic, San Francis co de l'urdja an tiutevu, with his ob jective at Santa llosalia, through which the Mexican Central railroad passes. Tills journey is tf.O miles overland and is through the wildest country of western Chihuahua. The Cusihuiriaehie refugee also re poried a change in Villa's attitude toward Americans, or any Mexicans who were associated with Americans in mining or other enterprises. Ho did not see Villa, but was told by one of Villa's colonels after the battle of Cusihuiriaehie that be must stay away from Villa if be valued his life, as "the general" bad announced that he would kill all Mexicans who were employed by AmericMn companies. L EARNINGS GIVE STRENGTH TO THE MARKET Satisfactory Reports From Several Lines Cause Se- to Soar; Cotton Roads Big Feature curities Carryin (V MORNINQ JOURNAL SPCCIAl LIASID Wlftl) New York, I let. 7. Completion of the fifth consecutive Week of daily operations running from l.ooa.non to morn than 2, .1011,0110 shares finds the market for securities Inherently sound and responsive, notwithstanding the increasing encroachments of factors calculated to Impair values. On the constructive side the most noteworthy feature of the week was the large and steady array of remark able statements of earnings submitted 'COllEGE ITEMS New students continue In enroll and in addition to representative? from nearly every county in New Mex ico many other states are represented, including Ohio, Arizona, Missouri, Colorado, Oklahoma and Texas. .Mrs. Surah I.ozenby, who was a stu dent last year, paid a visit to the school fair week. Mrs. I-azcrby has had a very desirable position in (lal lup since last March. She is tills week resigning to accept a better po sition with the llond .Mercantile com pany, Kncino, N. M. Miss Charlotte Hrixner has recently accepted a position with the Albuquer que Floral company. Miss Ilea trice il.iule has Joined the office force of the Continental oil company and found there many other old A. it. C. students. Yes, of course, all giving satisfaction, or they wouldn't be there, Krncst W. Hall, a recent student, now employed in the Santa I'e offices at Winslow, Art., was a visitor dur ing fair week. The management has received dur ing the past few days secral requests for graduates to accept important po of br nediels hot month and on hi--, return from bis lnmev tnonu a' cepli d I a responsible position with Louis ll- j fold. I Arthur Yanow left lad nicbt for: Kl I'.iM), Where lie will !U C-. 0 posl-, lions Willi the I1 irst National h.ank. Since leavinc school A rthur has U-cii, Willi the ns National bank of Nl'.u- ; ioeiiiie, and ha" advanced rapidly In; 1 1 1 i i- eui'h'. His presi-nl change la; a fut'llier iirnniolioii in I ei ogni I ion "f , Ills SCO ices. I loth banks lire c.illtloll ; cd h- (be W. .1 bilMlii -s deak alle ut,il for M Kl I'aai t. t il -I t I II Ho- I a.sti a lodav an. 1 : 1 1 s same luana e.eiuont. .Mi I otiahl. principal of the ilepa 1 1 incut , is again ut his r being eonl'iired to the hos tbtee wccUh. ore Troops ul Horder. , Te , i U t. 7.-- Three bat nt Vla'-ama and one from e of i 'olti in bin. at lived here I wen; into camp near Fort When Yon Take Colli. With the nvet-igo man a cold Is a serious matter nd should not he trilled with, n some of the most dan gerous diseases start with a common cold. Take Chamberlain' Cough Keniedy and get rid of your cold lis quickly as possible. You iiro not cx periinenllng when you use, this rem edy, as It has been In use for many veais and lias an established reputa tion, it contains no opium or other narcotic, obtainnblo everywhere. V,.- l..-,,linr. r-aiu-M, Eva I, win, lii. 17 the so-called llarriman lines. The M""Ils- ,. , , , , , .. .. .Many oiq hi oiicii i.-. II nil iiieiniM veiu cotton carrying roads participated in this movement to an unwonted de gree. Incidentally issues of minor roads were extremely active I strong, particularly Denver & I (Ira tide, Chicago (ireat Western Toledo, St. Louis & Western. 'UNWELCOME MOTHER,' A REMARKABLE PLAY, NOW AT THE PASTIME a ml Klo and RHODE ISLAND TROOPS TO BE MUSTERED OUT CARRANZA MAY NOT RUN FOR RE-ELECTION TT HOININI JOURNAL IPlCIAL bBBCD Willi1 Kl 1'nsn, Tex., Oct. 7. Cell. Vcnus liano Cnrranzn may not be a canidate for the presidency of Mexico at the first election to lw held by the de facto government, J. J. resquieram, Car ran y,u cunsul at Los Angeles,, Calif., declared hero today upon his arrival from Mexico City en route to Los AiiKclcs. "(leiieral Carranza has made no formal statement of his position," Consul pesqiitera said. "Hut there Is a strong feeling among the men who are close to him in the national capi tal that he will not be a candidate." Hy a recent decree issued by (len eral Carranza. the president will serve only one term for four years as the decree specifics that there shall be no re-election to the presidency. A Good Scout Eats Without fear 1 "aiicy Itlslics and Klch Food Have No Terrors If You l'se Kt Hurt's l,YX'siu Tablets. I'i'ove l( With u Yee Trail I'ackage. I J .a. . Half or more of the good things to eat. are, either under suspicion or han 'h'ied altogether to those who haven't learned of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. Instead of berating breakfast sau Kage, sardine sandwiches and roast dink with dressing, wise people eat Stuart's l)ysieisia Tablet after each ""al and on). just ,etore you go to 'M,d, then there is no harm in the 'I' h, fancy dishes. lour stomach lacks the proper di gestive juices to make your meals easily digested. Stuart's Dyspepsia tablet Kivp the stomach and other organs of the digestive apparatus the therewithal to digest food. "'t a fiOc box toclav from anv drug "rt. and try them, or send the cou pon for free trial. ..How a mysterious man, cast ashore by the waves, exercises his influence, over a girl he has nevei' seen before, makes her believe she has married him, and then leaves her, is told in William Fox's new photoplay produc tion, "The t'nwelcomc Mother." Wal ter Law, a new film giant, plays the 'i,ia,rt of .Mason, "(Tie' sailor, in thlv film which features an all-star cast. The story tells how Klinor, a child of the waves, is raised by old J'cter (Tom Ilurrounh), a light-house keep er. Peter had found her adrift in a boat, and had brought her up with a great fondness for the sea. She meets Mason (Walter Law), a. rough sailor, and she marries him with a ceremony that he originates. He takes a ring from her finger, and one from his own, binds them together on a key-ring, and throws them into the ocean. Then lie haves her, saying that he will return some day. Meanwhile, she meets - Hudson (John Webb Dillon), a rich widower, who educates her and marries her. When she gels to his home, she luarns that the memory of his first wife Is held sacred by bis children ( Violc! Dobiecari, .lane Lee and Kalherine Lee), and (hey will have nothing to do with her, She decides to leave. As she opens the door, she finds Mason standing there, waiting for her. Hudson has followed, nn, be listens while she tells him the whole story. He allows her to choose her own course, and she is about to go away with Mason, when liitle Ann, the eldest of the children, comes to her, and lakes her band. "We love. Don't go," she says. This remarkable photoplay v..:i be shown at the Pastime theater today and tomorrow., Ailm"ssi"ii 'Adults, 10 cents; children, 5 cents. PUEBLO POLICE SEEK CLUES TO MURDERER ! MrmXINU JOUNL PCIL Ltl" '"' ruoblo. Colo., Oct. 7. Police and county officers today are seeking fur ther clues as to 1 lie identity of the slayer of Hubert I learn, 'i I years old. whose body was found in an outhouse on the Fickle ranch near I'.oone, last night. A bullet hole ill the head in dicated the youth had been shot to death. A pile of bloodstained garment- was found on the floor of the ranch house and there was a trail of blood leading from the rear entrance of the house to the outhouse w here the body was found. A partly burned pocket book and papers owned by the dead man were discovered among the ashes In a slove. 1 learn left hero on September 7, ostensibly to drive a man who said he was Forrest Steenrod, caretaker at Fickle ranch, to I'.oone. lien lleame did not return it was believed he was staying at the ranch for a few days. The authorities are at a loss for a theory as to the motive for the murder. ItT WORNINa JOURNAL (CI AL LI AVI D VMItll I'd Pasj), Tex., Oct. 7. Troops A, C and I) of the Khode Island cavalry, which have been encamped here,, left for Providence toniyht, where they will be mustered out of the federal sci yn e. iroop li, ol me same com mand, has returned and will be mus tered out Monday. lialieries A, H and C, of the First (Jeorgi.i artillery, arrived here tonight and wen! into camp near Fort Kliss. Batteries A and C of the Alabama ar tillery also arrived here en route to Arizona. The Second Massachusetts infantry passi through here today from .Co lumbus, N. M., on its way home to be mustered out. This regiment was the first of the Second .Massachusetts in- lantry brigade to return home. J he Second battalion of the Massachusetts field artillery will return from the practice '"hike" to lis Cruccs on Monday to complete Its target prnc on the range before returning home. The battalion will spend one week on the range. Troop A of the .Massachu setts cavalry is also expected back tilers at the college during fair week. N. T. 1 laker of Ft. Sumner, a stu dent of last year, paid the collego a visit recently. ilmll Interest Is being .shown in the Alumni association that is to bo or ganized soon. J. Claude Miller, who has been a student in the stenographic depart ment since last April, has accepted u stenographic position in the Santa I'e offices. Claude made a host of friends while in school. Wiltna Stevens has a stenographic position with the Harvey company in (hi" Indian department. Mr. Schwci zer Is manager. Floyd Killin, n last year's student, recently employed In the cashier's of fice of the Ileal telephone company, I leaves in a few days for a visit to his I home in Oklahoma. lie will make , the trip with his parents, w ho arc visiting here, on an overland In Theodore Iloybal enlered the rank OLD FOLKS ED i Mv-t4 wwfiMr.wTm".''v ieiX ZJtlaXvSell Serviee SERVES' 'Maxwell lias put a real meaning into the word "Service." Simply hy requiring every Maxwell dealer to carry a full supply of Maxwell parts so that he can replace any damaged or worn part at once, without waiting for parls to he shipped from the factory. If you are a Maxwell owner your car will always be in running order because our dealer any Maxwell dealer can give you real and immediate service. If he couldn't, he wouldn't be a Maxwell dealer. Not more than one or two automobile builders In the country can give you service that compares with Maxwell Service. This is a vital point. Investigate it fully beforo buying your car. RnaiLtter SXMi Touring Car Cabrinln tfiX: Town Cor t'lIX; Sedan SVN.1. full, equtpfml. Including tlst.li U tiariur ana lighu. All prkej f.o. t. ISttrotl. 4vJ,.3l-""..tl.J in n.ii: Phone lil! Mbliipicripic. W TO COMI'WV I II III ami Copper V M. 'CASCAHETS' POD from tthe pracice march M prepare for its return home. day to S u ITs and lrs Lead. P.ostnn, Oct. ".--The r state convention today voted movement to have suffrage and dilution iin lode, in the platform prohibition plan! after brief debate iiiblioun down a pro-The was voled down and the. plat form as prepared was adopted. i i:i)i:i; i. ki:si;i:vi: st.vi i;mi;t. ,000. i:: fund notes, I'Ki:i". Tit I At, (Ol PO A. Stuart .. 2 SO StiUirt mudlng Malvd,.,!!. MIcIk, send me at once a free trial packago of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. Name . Street . Hty State. MURDER OF CHILD MAY CAUSE CHANGE OF LAW Imi MOdNIN JOURNAL SPICIAL LAt0 WIBB1 Madison, Wis.. Oct. 7. Following confession in court by Helen C.riep of Watertown that she killed her illegit imate child here and threw the body in a Park lagoon. District Attorney llarrv Sjiutoff announced that he will ask the coming legislature for a law to correct such situations. Washington, Oct. 7. The federal reserve board's statement, today of th" combined resources and liabilities of Hie twelve federal reserve banks on October (i follows: l.csoui'ces. Cold coin and certificates in vaull, $L'iir,,(;:;('i,iMii. Cold settlement fund, $ 11 !M 4 1 ,000. Cold redemption fund wild I'nited Slates treasurer, $ 1 .11 1 O.oiiO. Total gold reserve, ;'.S(I,I Heual tender notes, silver, etc 'J'.i 1.000. Total reserve, $ ino.HfiK.riOO. Five per cent redemption against federal reserve bank J ."00,000. Hills Discounted and Itouglit. Maturities within In days. Jl,r,0(!I, OOii; from 11 to .'PI days. $7,sl0,00o; from :il to 00 days, $:(2, 1 1,00(1; from 07 to HO davs, $:'4,! 17,000; over HO days, $1,1 (1 1,0110. Total. $ 10 1,0 11 4,000. liiM'slmcnl.s. I'niled States bonds $11.47.000. one year I'nited States treasury notes, H,7fi;!,00il. Municipal warrants, $20. OS.",, 000. Total o.inliiKs assets, $ 1 '!.:! 1 2,000. Federal r serve notes, net, $H,SJ-I,-000. Due from federal reserve banks, net, $2fi.2.'!2,000. All other resources, $!?,o.tr,,(i00. To'al resources, $fi2 K.ila 1 ,0u(), Pl-'liililles. Capital pabl in $.""., r.v 1. 000. Covernmetit dciiosils. .:!::, H7 1 ,000. .Member bank deposits, net, $-"2;,-01 0,000. Federal reserve notes, net, $11,782.- ofia. I'e'leral reserve bank notes In cir culation. $l,o:ci.ooo. All other liabilities. $102,000. Total liabilities, $fi2S,9.-.l,Ul0. Cold reserve against net deposit and note liabilities. To ll per cent. Cash reserve ai-'ainst net deposit and note lialulilies. 7:,'. a per cent. rash reserve against net deposit lia bilities after siding aside 40 per cent gob reserve against aggregate net liabilities on federal reserve notes in circulation, 71.2 per cent. LIVER, BOILS Salts, Calomel, Pills Act on Bowels Like Pepper Acts in Nostrils, Enjoy Life! Don't Stay Bilious, ' Sick, Headachy and Constipated, t!ct a I0-een box now. Most old people must give to the bowels some regular help, else tiny suffer from constipation. The condi tion is perfectly naturnl. It is Just as natural as it is fur old people to walk slowly. For age is never so ac tive as youth. The muscles are less elastic. And the bowels rue muscles. So all old people need Cnsenrots. Olio might as well refuse to aid weak eyes with glasses as to neglect this gentle aid to weak bowels. The bowels must be kept active. This is important at nil ages, but never so much as at fifty. Ago is not a time for harsh physics. Youth may occasionally whip the bowels into activity. Cut a lash can't be used every day. What the bowels of the old need Is a gentle and natural tonic One that can be constantlv used without harm. The, only Bueb j tonic Is Cascarets, and they cost only 10 cents per box tit any drug store. iney wuik wiiiio juu sirup. 111 :. ...,-. . ...-... Vllillinieciiiii' V l Jem . I i ' 'sm ' tf (-1?.;. ". ih'jertva raymentw I I. n.-r"JtJPir t-u - c K II li..., 'li i I K"';S.-r.A 'w&l!- -.'vT. w i J - ''. j - - -I I f New Toes The new models for young men are here K S CITY 4.1! MV. Kftnsas I'ilv, Oct. 7 Wheat No. 2 bard, $1.001.0".; No. 2 red, Jl.f.SW Mil :' lec. $l.a2N '( : May, $1.54 'x- Corn No. 2 mixed. Mc; No. high er; No. 2 w hite, K". u,c; No. 2 yellow, $6c; Dec, IIMr'ic; May, 7 7 's rU Uc. Neighbor Told Her Cure for Lumbago Rheumatism and lumbago arc, awful things and cause treat pain and mis ery, but Foley Kidney Fills can rout them. lira. C. If. Kvcland," Iauncan" Mills. 111., writes tho following letter: "X was stricken down wi(h lumbago and wag unable to turn myself In bed. A neighbor brought me a half bottle of Foley Kidney Pills, and said sho had been similarly atlllctcd and that they bad helped her. So I tried them and Was completely relieved by tho use of two or three bottles. I have had splendid success with them and havo never known them to fall. I most heartily recommend Foley Kidney rills." Foley Kidney Tills tone up weak, inactive, sluggish, kidneys, rid the body of poisons, (rive appetite, energy and refreshing- sleep after pain. Don't neglect kidney trouble. Kemove the VUU3U with Foley Kidney Pills, Sold lOverj where r- l . , r ;; .'Sri 1.4 t'o t f. 1 ! " r : -. r. sS tl 1 l , . ' i I r I J 1 b ''$ ' 'j'H'"''.'! lb Mtio-ti' li i '. Ijil Kuppenheimer or Stein Bloch as you may prefer SUITS $15.00, $18.00, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00, $27.50, $30.00, $32.50, $35.00 and $37.50. OVERCOATS $15.00 to $32.50 LEWIS UNION SUITS $1.00 to $5.00 BRADLEY SWEATERS $2.50 to $12.00 Mail Orders Delivered Free E. L. WASHBURN CO.