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AlSuqucrquf Morning Journal Monday, October 16, 1916. 1000 PAIR HEADLIGHT OVERALLS ON SALE PAIR IF REPUBLICANS i W N OLD GUARD iii UL $1 Wright Clothing Co. NOT ONE 3 PAIR TO ONE CUSTOMER 111ILi AG! BE IN IDE SADDLE President In Shadow Lawn Address Talks to Pennsyl- vanians About Influence, of Invisible Government. SAYS PROGRESSIVES WERE CRUELLY BETRAYED AZTEC Fuel Company Tli 111!' 'Wilson Gallup Lump Gallup Stove Native Wood Sawed & Split Mill Kindling PHONE 251 No Such Policies;' All Reform Meas ures Out Through Congress by Aggressive Majority, nnvioua anno ur h great hour, men lake heart to do a groat thing. It 1 a very Igjfer Sating I trcum stanee. my fellow citizens, thut the house of representatives is less docile than the senate of the I'nitid Mates. In the house It ha again and again happened that tin- republican minor - lt IMI broken away from 1 Mo control of Its lead, is and voted. SOtUStlmOS hy a majority of It nu nil t., mhiii tunes nlmoHt unanimously, for the measures Which have distinguished the action I or i in- prcMni nemocrauc congress. I'lhcy camp from the people. The-, kmw when tin hp thing were sug gested in congress that thpy would bp h'ld I nexcusa ble If thpy did not sus tain theni. "Upon only one conspicuous occa sion did thp contrary happen, when the republican machine wan aide to compel a majority of its members in the BOUM to vote that American citi zens had no right to travel on the high seas. If their leaders helleve In the rights of American citliens why don't their followers? If their lead ers are so stiff to see that AmSTtcani Set their rights i v ei y where, why do tlieae men vote that Americans sh ,11 get their tights now hire'.' Ope of the most regrettable inoidt nts of American history Is that there should have bo, if found men in the congress of the United SlaliM willing to vote in that sense. A.A. JONES SPEAKS AT DEDICATION IN PLACE OP WILSON i t ' r r- i r i james u. MciNury 01 Ll I'aso Chosen as Chairman of Ir rigation Congress B. Ca President Wilson said In part In i 1 speech to the I'eniiHj h aniaiiM lust S.it nrduv "I need not tell you that I am glad to see you, hut let me say that I am espeilully glad to see you because there are some things ivlii' h perhaps I'etiiiVylv anlati.s at e more quamled to tell about than any other people in Iho I nile.l Mates. Tiny ale better illllliried to testify lis to the nubile ami intricate means by which the pur pOBM of the people are sometlfncs iJp-feate-l by thilr government, becatlM I liimw how true it Is that the people of Pennsylvania have again anil again ! publlenns were attempted to demonstrate to the rest of tin union that they believed that we h.'d conn- Into a new age, that liny believed this new aite require, new i b un nts of pull, y. that ihey desired linen to bad them who would lead I thOBI to the light and not again drag i llicni Into the subterranean passages of private Influence. And, therefore, I think It will he easier to expound I this campaign to Psnnsylvanlsns than I to anybody else. There ale a great many things that you will understand without my putting them Into words "And the name thing Is happening I In New Jersey, six yeurs ago I had I the distinguished pleasure of exhibit - ncr,,l Ing the government of New Jersey to I MiHUIIVI I1 Ki Paso, Tex, int. i;,. Preceding the formal opening of the twoniv third International Initiation con gress here tomorrow morning, tin- , eruttve committee of the congress iupI fbis) aftamoon ami elected James MeNiiiv of i;i Paso, as chairman In place of .1 It. I'asp of Abilene, Kan, the former chairman, who' was una ble to attend this congress. President it. t, inngcH of the congress, bald a irception last night whbh informal ly opened the c, unless A. A Jones, former assistant sccie ttary of the Intel mi, is here as the personal representative of 1'resblcnt Wilson, and will speak tomorrow. He Is scheduled to deliver the principal address at the dedication of the Kb pliant Butt dam, Willi h was post poned from yesterday to some day during the present week, prohahlv Krldny. New Isrnv h ( in rana. KI Paso, Tex, net I ,", Copies of a decree issued by lieiicral 'arramui for requiring all Individuals or corpora no tions having business with the ile paillnent of the Interior, to register, giving their nationality, have been Te.,i,.,i here. This decree is believed to be a preliminary to the aaaeaamenl of special taxes upon all foreign owned property in Mexico j.iTeury bnoero ill. Santa IV, tat. 1 1 Scntary of Stat, Antonio I. men, war, taken se riously tu while campaigning at Ra tal) and was taken to the Miners' boHpital, where be i,ovlrd Diffi dently to resume his trip. HUSBAND SAVED HIS WIFE Ho- i oiile of New' Jersey 111 Us true c own as It lived, I only wish 17a, H time to cxhlbir it now that It has res urrected Itself. Experience of New Jersey. "i was privileged to lead the peoplt of . w Jersey In the direction In w In, h tlx y had long wanted to go and in which these gentlemen had long pretended tiny weio willing to lead them, but In a direction In which they never bad been permitted to advance an Inch. Iioesn't that sound to you like a family n'nry? "And exactly the same thing that Is happening In Pennsylvania, the sain, thing that they are attempting In New Jersey Is being attempted In the nation at large. I wonder If they sup- poaa thai anybody is deceived T You know that the elements that urn now behind the andhhltcs of the opposl lion party are exceedingly varied but iney arc easy ol analysis, 't he most Interesting element is that which is most vocal The representatives of that element are confidently telling us, though none of them Is a candi date for office what the party will do If It is glVen the power to do any thing. Hut those who air nominated office me carefully avoiding my- w hello i tli. v vv ill do w hat the vocal clement promises. In other words thev pre putting up as their pokeanten of policy those whom they do o"t even pi. lend to trust with power. "Therefore, those of us w ho are In ducted Into the semis of tho craft know that Hie t.,11, s vain and that the real counsel ,,f the party are In that other element which Is In abso lute control or the organisation f tha party iu , onetrss Stir ou! of It and WhoSa control never has for a moment been disturbed, nVl been .shaken. PTOgyeaatvea sincere, "The 00 n test at Chicago four years ago and the , cutest at Chicago tills year were for in,, control of the ma ehlnery of the party. I do not mean on the part of the rank and file ofj th, progressives, for, my fellow citi-J 7., ns, no more rat nest and sincere! body of men Were ever assembled! f ering by Getting Her Lydia L. rinkham a Vegeta ble Compound. Denison, Texas. "After my little girl was l,rn two years a,'.. 1 began suf- I ferine- with female trouble and could hardly do my work. l was vn v nervosa but just kept ilrag--Kit'K on until last c j ii . T ,i or than aaaembled In tin' two progree otopped IViosl terrible oul- am n Chicago, ami no Miicrir ami earnest men were ever mole pitifully deceived and betrayed ' Kor. after all. It turned out that' the Objeot w is not to b ad the nation. ' hut to control the republican nartv. ! and any sort of abject sui render wa i offered by those who spoke, though they ipoke without authority for! them. If they might be admitted to, control of that RUM Binary And now. after the smoke has cleared away, after the atmosphere has voided to the Infliicines of time, vv, see stand- im, .to S mtm m ,,u r til.. ..1 .p. ,,. up ' 'i ill or, Itinimer when 1 got i guard that has never for a moment where I could not do been disturbed in Ita possession of my work. I would ' power or turned aside in its eserelas have a chill every "r 'n control which it has used And (1b and hot flashet wha 1 lo mU '"" "tention to and dizzy neuaand iK u '"" merely u president ial campaign. There is Nomethlng nillulllilliniiioMinlill dizzy epellx and my head would al- got where 1 was almost I " ilT i i . 1,Y . , '' "lef magUtratt waiRing sseieuin anil me was a nunien rncinbcr tbit to me until one day my husband'i step-1 1 ion ami the Bister told my husband if he did not do at ruction are ,L , M i . . , i aornruung ior me i would not lust long prci idi v and told him to get your medicine. So he. ,, Wii-m I,..,, i - " i voaai ,n,.o,.. . r;rianr "in- ,,, von pound for me, and after taking the llrst i , i . three doses I began to improve. I con tinued its use, and I have never had any female trouble since. I fe, that I owe my life to you and your r, mediae. They did for me what doctors could not do will always praise it wln reverl ro."-VMre. G. 0. LOWKKT, 419 W.Mon terey SVpeet, Ienison, Texas. If you) are aufTi ring from any form of female illls, get a bottle of l.ydia K. Pinkhamt's Vegetable Compound, nnd comrnvne.' Uiv treatment without delay. I want you to rc- thr rr.il sources of ae rial machinery of oh In congress, not In the INdl, it s. suppose that anything! b, . n accomplished la the laat three and a half v.ara if Ihel'i'j had not been a determined and will ing majority m the coagvaaa? I have not led ttiese gentlemen. I have gone foiward with them. I call your at tention to the fact that there la no where recorded a lnglc Wilson policy l.'v. i vthlng that I have usk. d that ouiKMss do was written in the pli ds-es of tho party Itself. And the oiilv power I have exercised Is the power of co-operation, the power that all men exercise when, Insisting upon the1 Senate Mlnorltj tract kmary, ' 'Mut Is another story In the senate of I he United States. There a ,-eren,. onfnlcnee obtains In the private COO "arencea of the senate, i have never been admHtad to their privacy, but I hnvo seen their performanee, and the most reactionary men In America have absolutely controlled the action of the minority in the United Katoa senate, aieepi for a few examples of Independenot by distlngulahed indi viduals who did not i arc to be mas tered ami owned by anybody, Bui their number was so small as to he negllble. "It made the whole thing very much simpler. I admit, because vou never had to speculate how thp re- golng to vole In the United States' senate. You knew that beforehand by calculations established through a whole generation men who could not see the light of a new age, who did not desire to see it, who wished lb,, old methods to be re sumed, not the methods of Abraham Unooln, who listened to the voice of the voue of the people, but the meth ods of Mark llanna, who list, in , I to the voice of the Interests. They have been uneasy and a little unshephetd Sd ever slme Mark Manila and Sena tor AtdMCtl passrd from the stage. It Was so much easier to be told what to do. It was so much simpler to get Ol ,1,1 "Now, these gentlemen are In Ob vious, jiml undisputed control of the organisation of the republican party. It Is they who are counselling their leaders to say as lltttle as possible, so that nobody may know how to calcu late their orbit from day to day. The only thing that they are revealing is that they do not want anything said, and aflcr the election Is over. If they should win possession of the government, they ,b, not mean to sa.v anything. Kor obvious reasons. It Is contrary to the constitution of the United States to make a man testify against himself, win, shall Control Government? ' So that II all i nines down, my fel low Cltlxens, to a very simple proposi tion, Are you going to leave your government under the control of peo ple win, do know and who will tell you what they are going to do or are you tolne to out It in the bands of men who will not tell you what they are going to do and will serve their private interests'.' The choice Is bigger than that; I understand from the leaders of the republican party that nothing that has been done has I ecu done right. They do not say that the thing that was done was always Wrong, but the way in which It was done was always wrong. They do not venture to say. that we Want, ey anything but peace, but they would have preferred some other way, not disclosed, of obtaining peace, Tin vocal pan says 'we wauled war.' The sibnt pari intimate, that we wanted peace, but watilcl another kind of peace. Thry never ran SSI over that fundamental uneasiness, gentlemen, that AmerlC. Is in charge of some body else than tin tnselves. "Bui America knows thai tht tilings that were done did obtain peace, and it docs not now know that the things that niht have been done Would have obtained peace, so, that America knows that it Is faced with this Choice! l'racc, the , out inilanre of the development of business along the lines Which it has now rstab- llahed and developed and the mainte nance of well-known progressive lines of action, on the one hand. or. on th, othrr, a distribution of polity all along the line new conditloha, nasf adjustment, undefined alterations of policy, and back of it ail, invisible government, Invisible t.nvci iimcni Condemned. "Several gentlemen who are sup posed to be spokesmen for the repub lican party have In public professed to condemn invisible governmenfl but In private they have conns, lb, 1 an I aided and abetted it. The best way to divert suspicion is to condemn thp thing that you Are doing yourself And Just because the people of the gn at state of New York saw through that thin mask they defeated a tri er. ibh good ni w constitution by a ma jority that had never before been heard of In that state. (If you want to KnOW How New York u going Hi nine look up Hie records of what it to the constitution. And it did it to tin constitution, not upon a careful examination of what the con stitution contained, but upon the uni vetsal repuU of those who had pro posed the constitution Kv, n if tin, had not been able to discover the dangerous things in it, they wnil.l have known that it was full of dan geroits things. That Is the tempi . of the people of the United states, not, t,, exchange a handsome certainty for an unhand some certainty. se how big the time Is with possibility' At this pres ent moment -I want to repeat this be cause perhaps the country has not realized It enough at this prt s, nt moment it is almost impossible to go anything positive m the field at for eign affairs, because foreign nations have been led to suppose that there may hp a change in our foreign Mf fnlrs. foreign nations have been led t,. believe Hint a dominant clement In the republican nartv iu ,n favor of drawing the United States into the European war and they have been told with abundant evlduic,, that it Is probable that If the republicans succeed we shall enter upon a policy of exploitation of our neighbors In Mexico. That Is the whole moral of every crltielgm r mm read, and until the people of the United Stat, s have spoken it is extremely difficult to come to any definite conclusion about nymmg that touches our relations cither to Europe or to Mexico For myself l do not doubt the result, hut there are Homo who affect to doubt It. Will l ight for Might. "I want you to realize the part that the Untied Stat.-H must play. It has been said, my fellow CltUi ns, been said with cruel emphasis in son., iiiartrs, that the. people of the I'nit- d States do not want to fight about anything, That Is profoundly falsi Hut the people f the United States want to be sure what they are fight ing about, and they want to le sure that they rH Ngntlng for the things mat win DTtHg to the world justice and peace. Defme the elements: let us know that wc are not fighting for the prevalence f this nation over that: for tho ambitions ,,f this group of nations as compared with the ambitions of that group of na tions; let 01 once be convinced that We are called Into a gnat combina tion to fight for the rights of man kind and Amesica will unite In i foree ami spin her blood for the gnat thing:: which she has always believed in a ml followed. "America Is alwnys ready to fight for things that are American, she does not permit herself to be em broiled, hut she does know whal it would be to be challi nged. And rnen oneo she is challenged, there Is not a man In the United States, I venture to sa.v. so mean, so forstetful of the great heritage of tins nation, that he would not give everything be possessed, including life itself, to! stand by the honor of this nation. What Europe is beginning to realise is that wc are saving ourselves for something greater that is to come, Wc are saving OUrselVCK in order that We may unite iu that final league of tuitions In which it ...hall be under stood that there is no neutrslltj where any nation is doing wrong, in that final league of nations which must in the providence of God come Into the world where nation.- Shall be leagued with nation ill unlet to .'bow all mankind that Ho man may lead any nation into acts of aggression without having all Hie other nations of th, world leagued against It." ORGANIZATION TO ifiKE I LUMBER ABROAD FORMED First Co-operative Movement for Promotion of American Foreign Commerce Is Now Launched, rev MoiNiNt Kji-,v seeeMtt -- - Washington, iict. It. Formation of the first organisation for co-operative j selling, to give an American industry! an advantage over foreign competl-j tors In foreign markets, was antiounc-i ad today by the bureau ,,f foreign and domestic commerce. The organization consistn of an expert sales company. representing vjii prr n ut of the Doug las fir cut In the country, and the bu rr., u considers that it will give auhti iiiii lumber a decided advantage In the trade Struggle that will follow the wa r. It is expected, without violating the present anti-trust law, to giv,. Ameri can manufacturers some of the ad vantages that were bop,, for from the Webb bill, wliu h the last concraai faibd to pass. Immediate attention will be given to standardisation of grades, to the conditioning of export lumber, ami to an active propaganda in foreign coun t riea, The company was organized as a result of meetings of interest,-,! luni-l b. linen, h l, leeently at San Fran cisco, and the following officers are announced; President, W. II. Talbott: L'ener.ii manager, a A, Baxter'; secre tary, Charles K. Hill. The organisati f tin- company is unaamooa to nave oeen approved by representatives of tin- federal trade commission, who have been oil the Pacific coast for some time. a WTr rW WESTERN UNION Day Letters and Night Letters bring prosperity to the men who employ them as a selling impetus. The effectiveness of these live sales men is shown in the dollars gained for cents expended THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO. IP K 00 T REFUSES TO SIOP I n nnn tdidi UVSIVUllUVtf TESQUE MOUNTAINS COVERED WITH SNOW CONSTITUTION Of MEXICO MUST BE E EFEICIEI T fSPtCIAI. DISPATCH TO MORN I N4 JOURNAL) Santa Fe, Oct 15. Not only the high sierras but the foothills also wcr,. deeply covered with snow this in. lining as far down as the TesUque divide within three miles of Santa Ke, presenting a chilly but gloriOUS picture to churchgoers, At exposed places within the city ice had formed but no damage was dona to the my riads of flowers still in blossom in Santa i"r gardens, This afternoon thunderstorms were observed and heard both north and south of the city. Since Saturday a week ago L'.fi.l Inches of rain has fal len in the city but in the mountains Hie tall was much heavier, amounting Writ T, C, on Leib Aftei Hili Tribunal, INfU Against Denied on of Hot Water for Sick Headaches Tells why everyone should drink hot water with phosphate In It before breakfast. Headache of i auto-lntoxlcatloi poisoning. I.iv, iml d, Is caused by h means eclf bovvel notsofil an -o.N,a journal seest. . .. Mxlco City, ct. 15. fells m. pa lavaclnl, former secretary of public instruction, who is tinderst I to be the manager "f dene ml Carranae'i campaign for the presidency, in a Speech today, Outlined the probable course of the new constitution Itc said that neither Juarez nor Dial had been able to govern under the consti tution of 1857, because it was inad equate, Qeneral Carransa, according to the speaker, desired to govern, not by decree, but according to statute of law. 'Hie new constitution, he said, would provide for contingencies and ma ke government by statute possible. buhvb wiin n nan not i,e n sell sup porting, II was indicated by Srtior Palavaelnl, would be returned to the slate of territories, nnd a supreme court bench of fifteen members would be appointed, and not elected, and 1 subject to recall, as at present. The states wild h possibly will be returned to the status of territories, according t, Benor Palavsctnl, are itaxaea, where many of the Inhabi tants do not speak Spanish; Tabasco. Campeche, Guerrero and Tlaxoala, to as much as twenty above the 12,000 foot elevation teen miles outside of the city l-nst night the weather burea corded the coldest tcmpciatun April, degrees at I a. in. inches of snow i Ing on hand of , ounscl its HMCIAL DISPATCH TO MORN I NO JOURNAL) Santa Fe, i ict. i". The state su preme court till- evening denied a writ of prohibition to restrain District Judge T. ('. Lelb, of RatOti, from try ing John II. Towmlrow. of Raton, on the charge of killing bis wife. The court refused to go into the legal a spirts of tho case, preferring to pass upon them w in n the dttSC comes up on appeal, if it should be appealed. It took into consideration the fart that the trial of the case bad been start", at Tucumcart, the Jury sworn, the defendant placed in jeop ardy, fifty witnesses from Raton la in addition to an array died toxins, sucked into the blood, trough the lymph duets, ex. Its th- rart whl h pumps the h ood no fsi iat ii congests in the smaller antr- i in t veins ot tne neau proou-iiis t:l, threonine; pain and distress, d headache, xou become n despondent, sick, feverish an d rable, your meals sour and nauseate you. men you resort r tantlide, aspirin or the bro- h temporarily relieve bit the blood of these irritut- i alb vous mid, do n big t A spoonful drank i will not whi t rid xins. rloss i of hot water with a tei if limestone phosphate In It, fore breakfast for awtuh. m v wash these poisons from FEW DECISIONS BY U, S, SUPREME COURT Rati Washington, Oct. 15. Few ,i, ei tons are expected from tin- supreme court tomorrow, the "irsi decision day of the present session. It was re ported in, Important opinion would bo handed down until October tS. I tunng cases under advisement air those involving the constitutionality and application of gtftte workmen's compensation or industrial mauranct laws of Washington, Xrw Yolk, New Ji rsey and Iowa. Arguments to be heard this week Involve Hie constitutionality of blue sky laws of South Dakota, Hie validity ot interstate commerce commission orders requiring the Pennsylvania railroad to furnish Oil tank cars to shippers and increasing transconti nental freight rates to the Pacific coast terminal cltves of Sacramento, San Jose, ,st,.,kt,,n and other inland California cities. Two questions were thg supreme court. 01 tion, which has never upon by the cOUtt, and of prejudice. Towndi tamed a change of yew to Tucumcaii ami Judge Uslb had asked District Judge David J. Leahy. I of l.llS VeL'ns. to lev llo. ei.oe Order Issued to Leahy. j Judge Leahy, because of the peciil li.'ir Wording of th,. state constitution.! had asked Chief Justice Roberts to issue an order directing him io try the ease, deeming this neceaaary In addition to the communication ol Judge Leib, Chief Justice Roberts is- sued such an ,.r, I, r, nut Judge Lelb your system nrti vera you of heatl- ache, but will cleanse, purify anil freshen the entire alimentary canal, Ask yOuf pharmacist for a quaittt pound "f limestone phosphate. It la Inexpensive, harmless us sugar, and almost tasteless, except for a sourisll twinge which Is not unpleasant. If you aren't feeling your best, II tongue is coated or you wake un with ul breath or have colds, biliousness, r-onstipatiot stomach, begin the phut- i.d yott raised before j bad taste, fi of Jurisdic-1 indigestion, I i en passed or sour, acid Ihe Other one ' phated hot water cur ,w had ob I 'yatcm of toxins and p Results are quick .'in' that those who contlnui ; the stomach, liver rind I morning never have an; i know a miserable mom to flush out bowels ' very headache nt. W. Morr pl ant WiS I Ni rthcutt, oi Holoman ami id others. sen ted by Trinidad, Frank Lav The Juds Colo in. fens- Jesse Heed DRAFT OF REGULATIONS SENT TO GRAIN MEN Washington, Oct, 1:,.- a tentative draft of regulations to carry into ef fect the new federal grain standards act, was mailed to members of the grain trade throughout the country today by the agricultural department, with a request that any suggestion for their amendmeM he snt m prompt iy. The department announced that Ihe standards rr corn would become ef fective December I, and that it was ready to mushier applications for In spectors' licensee. ALLIES' NOTE Oil SI was not Informed of it. Tin called at th,. last term, hi;: motion if the attorney for fondant a continuance was When th,. pri sent term last .Monday. Judge l.eib, under lb impression that his invitation to Judge LeahytO sit in the , ase applied to the last term, proceeded with the trial of the case. The attorneys for ihe defendant thereupon applied for th defendant thereupon applied for a writ of prohibition. The supreme court was in si ssj, rj last even tttg and this afternoon to hear th,, cane, Judge Lelb himself was present, and was also represent ed by Senator E. C. Cramnton. John cas, was upon Ihe the do- granted, eonvr nod Rumanian Statesman Dies, I Bucharest, Friday, net. 13 (via London. Oct 16.) Senator Fellpese, ex-minister of war and leader of tllf ! Rumanian conservative parly. dll today. T. 1,1 for in Motion llrld in Mexico do. Tex., Oct. 18. Bleetl senator and deputies were h various parts of .Mexico today, ac cording to advices received at NueVt) Laredo, The Mexican congress B scheduled to meet at Queretaro of November 20. Trv one Of tlno luxurious Turk 14 baths nt 'I lie ahiigtoii, 14109 W'-l Central, Gentlemen, nights and sate dav. I idi. s wis !, days only. Mala' your Lppolntmoiit, Phone -0-2. MAIL CEMSOHSHIP UNSATISFIICTOfi. Hughes Women hit,, California. Ashland, die.. Oct, 16. After hav ing bea greeted by cheering crowds at several Oregon towns, the Hughes w omen s Campaign special late crossed Into California. An hour was spent her,, and speakers from the site- Not Likely That State Depart- Reply Before El- Americans Nut Harrassed. ment ection; Greatly ...... ', . ... BRiriAL iiiHD wiaat Washington, Oct. 15. Examination Of Hi,, allies' not,, .... lhA MNMMhln today , ,,r , ,.,,, , ... , , ........ ,,, i , , I s moiuiUK, j has brought a feeling among officials ci-,l ,.,.1 .,.1. . I -,.,.,,, onri air '' s.-rs noil, a naiioiio , In a pall. Winn the Women do trained thry wn, greeted not only by Supporters of their ralisc but also by a delegation of railroad employes who were Unci up at the depot bear ing Wilson bantu is and cheering foi the president. protests set forth in the American note of M.iv J I. Which said that "only a radical change restoring to the 1'nit- .1 C, .,. o la ..! - - - - - j - ........ r. ,,,,, ,1,1, ;,s ;( llCUimi power, will satisfy this government." The state department has watched 'iTlL SXtXtXtXtXtXtXtXtXtXtXtXtxH BJQgflkgMBgaHBss nc"rv ".tBBBBSSsBSmm I rgjwwjy' ;Z Daschle H'oaM Work: shoot- Her, Alexandria, La., net. 16. -Charles M Honnette. a farmer of Midden, ., shot and killed his lH-year-old daugh ter yeaterdaj when she refuse! to work m tu,. fields, according to sheriff's office P mltted suicide. day. Ronton,' with interest, however, the informal arrangements made by British author ities through their trad,- depart muni and through such conferences a tl ll of sir Richard Crawford in New fork, recently, and is understood to feel that resentment among American cltisens over the allied eensorahl o has been the i greatly lessened. It is thought unlike- 'arrioj,, M RUM , I rnmv. Santa Ke. Oct. 15 Thomas Chant, of Oarrlxo7.o and a member of the W oodman's lodge there, has b, , n. killed on the firing line in northern Krame. He went from Carnxoxo to Canada and there enlisted, solas with his regiment to England and thence to the continent. th, ly that any reply will be made in three weeks before election. All the information reaching the d, partnient is understood to Indicate that the allies have determined maintain the firmest attitude on the Subject, feeling that absolutely vital interests are involved. (iffi. i,,is arc said to feel, therefore, that any fur th. r positive step by the Cnlted Slates Might bring the controversy to u much more critical state. Foods come and go, but for nearly twenty years Grape Nuts food has held first place among ready-cooked cereals. ;t-t t i home package netxj am pleasing pre me go where Grapt-Nuts i in mi ilic grocer w standby because avOr and stanmli nut known, ukl make ii its womle nourishment it It.' wlieat ami bark Every table should have its daily ration of Grape-Nuts "There's a Reason"