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AlBuqUerqH Morning Journal, Tuesday, October 17, 1916.
M'GOBHIGK NOW ITINERARY FOR A KSUREOPIICTOfiy RUDER OF if FOR WILSON Oil CAMPAIGN MADE l I s J n rrrrinii niv M I 7 LLtbllUN UHI Safety First Buying a new gtove or range is a matter of decided importance in your household. A poor stove is constant luuice of diMatialuction and annoyance. Pity aaa gt Ihm one with rputtion. Than youH run no rink ol iruubla, but will be Sura of getting full value fur your money in rvice and coi.vanience. leioaht STOVES ...RANGES are safe stoves and ranges to buy. We sell End recommend them because they have been giving wonderful satisfaction for more than eighty years. The new models we arc showing are everything that good stoves ought to be splendid heaters easy to run easy on the fuel pile- cleanly and long lasting. See us before you buy Raabe & Mauger 11.1-117 NOHTII Fill NT KT. "If If Hardware, We llavo It" A WV4x Jpf 'mm. Sill Democratic National Chair man Gives Out Optimistic Interview on Arrival at Western Headquarters. PERTINENT QUESTIONS FOR HUGHES TO ANSWER Wants Republican Candidate to Dcfinr. Hk Attitude nn Eip.ht Hour Law Mure Clearly, He Says. Democratic Candidates Are Now Touring Southwestern Counties; Program as Made .Ends November, AZTEC Fuel Company Gallup Lump Gallup Stove Native Wood Sawed & Split Mill Kindling PHONE 251 TO MELT EMPIRE'S JEWELRY INTO COIN la. jou.n.l .,.c. C....O ,.., Am- t. I .l.iiii, I .. I, 1 1; ( m,i n, Ion, ) -Tin. Nor.lo I . ill .))., Algeiiieing llUllg, (t SMmCnfflelal IICK Simper of He i !in, t y polished ;, fun ,,,. ,, !' I '-IKU.il among i.IIi.ih by Clmmed lor von Hi Ihmann-H.dlweK an. I Hu- llolpll HllXoliKtoih, 1 I cshhllt of (111. Lillian llllpllial luillk, 111 Ixllll I f o tin. . i.iii it; 1 1 1 o fonii...! tin.lcr Ih l'i . Ni.l. iii y of i 'r,,w n Prince pre.loilok William, for the roll.-. Hon of gold oi n. nn. ii 1 to ,c in i ll, ,1 , ,1,, ,'.,,,, The appeal KaVS. inr Kiniiw .Ionian, led rroiu y.m is light compared o Ih,. sacrifices of blood our lirmrj, at llir front eontin- iu. . make, nut, t lie-t--r--. with nil tlw mi,i i flu.. m 1,1 i, i n: ,,in IU,, "')' ' 'x In.. Ii link iiml e upbeat d, thr imp. rial hunk fill with col-Lii w,n n ii,,. niiiKirv of Cor- n, .in c, ..ii.niiir for. ." is Moaw.Ma oumnal araciL . mmmn wmt, Chicago, Oi l, l'i Vance c. M'Cor- inlrk, (hull man of tlio democratic liu- tlonul roll i ii 1 1 1 1 arrived in Chicago o.li.y uinl lifter a conference with urty lnnlcrH, Issued the' foiluwliiK slietome-nl : The curnjmlKfi him progressed to I In' point of crystallizm Ion. I nm confident of President Wilson's re election by an overwhelming vol.'. "Tim Ami-rlmii pimple have not been deceived ,y .the 'Inoem.slstent, evasive, ili'i i.,tlv find destructive Mr. Hughes, who hiiH offered nothiiiii def inite i. ml who In 1 1 1 ii 1 . 1 f to niv wluit lir would have ilono in the same ril cuiustuiifcs. The r.lghl-llour Ijiu. 'While 1 urn In Illinois, I hope hoiih' of Mr. H,hes' mitiiHKci h or spokos- ini'ii will clear up u U-Mli.ii Hint has i i. .. ... . , . . a. .... nroiiseu iiiurii 1 1 1 1 .' ; .'Mi in ,ne east. .,,. unguis itppe-uis ror i ni lorriion ,,i lCiiilll,iil) ronif reKHiueri to ro-opfniiu with him In th. von t of Ii Ih elrrtlon to the prilili'licy. The p.oili. would l!L-a Ir, 1. , ...... ul,.-lli..r Mr Illlh.'U ill n.iu I,ff..r..ti!.i.... l,..tw.i.ii (he I"01" w" l'"-"d tl" repuhllriin con;! I'HHiiu n wh i voted for the clMht-hour hiw find (he i eptihUrun eoiiKreHHiuen who voted nmilnsl II. "Mr. HiiKheH hiis drnounred the ilKht-hour-tliiy lexlMhitlon a sur render to luhor. He hdH derlnred (hut (ha VVIIhou uilininiHlrutlon dhould he repudiated heiiUNe of thin leKinhillon. The repuhllnui mem hem of the houne Mitcd foithlH liKlnlatlon. not Imthuko iheir vf'teH or lirlp'were Tciiiir(r to iiveit the thieudneii riillioiicl utrike, hut hei'iine Ihey hellevid In the prin (Iple of Iho elKhl-hour (lay nnd wer Kind of (ho opportunity to record their h.Ilef. SUinil (in Nurfnw. ''Mr. IIiikIich' poNllion with rehpeel lo the n ttlemeiit of (he threatened iiiilroud Mlrlke I not unlike IiIh ntund on woniiin KiifriuKc. When the kuf Irniip (iniendrnent wiih pnent(d to the people of New York for ratifica tion or rejection, Mr. llui-heH tiinin tnlned a dlNcrcct Nileiiee. If he hud nny view on eiiinl Hiiffi.iKC he re Inilneil from expl tsnIiik' them. lie did not rven votn in the election In which the iuestlon w.ih Hiihrnlt ted. In ileed, lie hasn't exercised his citlzen hhlp In over Mix yearn. Hut when he U'Ciime the pienlden(lul riindldalii of Hie rrpul'liran party Mr. HuKhen, In the hope of rut' hlnif (he votes m Tuv. women, derlar.d hlnmelf for miff roue. The I'n'siih-iil .)t il Itlulit. 'T'reHldriit WiImoii'h inlrrest In the ciiiiHe of Hiiffiane Ih mote lliau ti mere j ho seivh e. When the iiueHtlon wn l or. Heiited to the voleis of N'. w Jersey I friAL O.a'ATCH TO MOHNINa JOUKMALI Kantu Vf, tut in. A .A . .lonen, Antonio I.ueero and V. It. Wullon, demoi ratic candidates, nre in Iieminn tonlxht for tho firsl of 11 new series of ineetitixs that will keep them busy cainpMiKiiiUK until November 1. Marry I., ration, candidate for at torney treueral. and (leort'e A. liaViM non, riindid.ite for land commissioner, nlso are In fx inliiK totiiKht, and prob ably will eampalKM with M.ssrH. I,u ceio, Jones and Walton r.everal ilays. Tomorrow the candidates; will visit the bli; Chlno lamp at Sanlii Hita, and tomorrow ninlit will speak in Silver City, and on Wednesday the Tyrone copper . amp will he visile. I, with a rrieolliifc In Hurley at ninht. After that .Inri.K, I.ueero and Walton will visit Hillsboro, in tober 1 !1 ; I'lilomas HprliiK'i and S'or.nro, 2 Kelly and MaKdaletia. il; Helen, 21; Mountain air, Kstaucla and WIMard, JM; Corona and Cariizozo, 24: Tularosa and Ala HtOKorilo, 2.r,: Hondo and Hoswell, 2''r, Aliesl.i ii ii I ( 'h rlsl.a.l, J", Kuniee Alon- iiiimnt, Knowlen ami livinKtnn, I'H; i:ii'la and I'ortales, Sd; ('luvis, 31, and l'"or( .Sumner, endiiiK the rli at Ihu later place Nmember 1. The candidates are traveling by au tomobile. Mr. Jones' trip to tho j;ie phant Ilutte dam Thursday, to arj as the personal representative of Presi dent Wilson at the dedication. Is not expected to Intel fern with his Itinerary. Former (iovernor M. A iitero, dem oi rati,- camltdale for slate auditor, and 'ol (leoiKe W, 1'iichard lira k In k in l.as Xexas,- tonight and will i-ieak in HpiliiK. r Tnes.lay nielli an( Clayton Wednesday rilKht. l.leut. Cov. Il.irrett d llala of llll- week in New Mex ico In the Interest of the democrats He will make an address In tlallup, October 2.1; A!buiuer.iie, 24; Klidil, 25; I'ortales, 2; Tucuuicarl, 27, and KuliU Hosa, 2 8. 'tided ilniiny thr last I.awsiiU (.lows I r.un Sale. Santa Ke, in I. 1 Ii. - ( nit of the rale of (he Ike 'I'. I'ryor ranih and rauKe interests, thirty uul.u porth of lieui iiiK, to W. 1). Council, K. I!. Tulloiis and J. I., l.i v, has mnwn a lawsuit, R. I.. Keolt havltiK bl'oiiKht suit for $.r),2',o he claiuiN as a ' on, mission for neotiatliiK the sale, the suit. helllK iiKalnst Col. Ike T. I'ryor of .San An lonlo, Tex., and I :. A. Ilutrhins. The t'oiiKlilerallon ..r th.) ranch was $-1 O.mill. OMITTING OBEY IN MAR. RIAGE VOW RECOMMEND ED BY CHURCHMEN rr,ntlntif1 Iroin fuire Dim) lll (ielKY, presented Hie report of the trustees of the fund. Ho said Iwo lhlrdH of this amount had been Kivetl In cash or In pledges of un.Uestioned validity. I'roiMisc sunn a Year rciislou. The bishop added that he believed thai every dor v man retiilna after March I, 11117, would be assured of a (rived or i calendar year, A report of a .toml rmnml.-mion rec ommendlnK th pprrnls.-ive Use of a new hymn in the wrvlre was adopted l y the house of deputies. In sut'iuit-tin- the report, liobert ". I'ruVn, of Albany, N. Y., asserted that while every man has hi favoiite hymn, it uas ni'cesxtiry, In the interest of con ciseness, to rut the number of hymns from th 679 contained in the old hymnal to .',.",0. Main hymns were (iisrarded because they are no lon-er used, said the report. biscusslon of pen-ions for the clerifv broiiKht to light Hie f o t that for many years the aalarles of mis sionary bishops have been $::.'00 cn nually. A icsoliilion presented by the f;ev. William ,M. Cros. . noi . of New York, and adopted ),v the house of deputlen, Instructed the heard of mis sions to consider the t-alaiies of these Ushops and of missionaries in "the ht;ht of the constantly inrifasinu' cost of llvlriK" before fixing their future compensation. Likens Church to I inplocr. the supporl of the church (o the pension fund for the cl-rny, the lit. Itev. Walter T. Sum in r, bishop of Or. iron, and .formerly d.-.iji of St, I rlrr and St, l'anl eatln dr.il. Chi- iiiko. lllene, tho chin 'h to an em ployer and lhe Herny to Hie work men. "The time Is past when the em ployer feels his obligation is dls rharKed with the payment of waives, " he said. "He realizes lo- owes a so cial and moral r.-Hpom-ihilily to his employes. As a result we have in dustrial Insurance and ohl-ai;.. pen sions. Our churches .,.- the pension to Its workmen, the c-I.-il-v. It's only a matter of social Justice." "If vou pension the ministers," fin Id Mitchell Smith, of New York, "they will live lorier; more of them will Kct married and they will rear laruer families." OcorK" Wharton r.-pp'-r, of Phila delphia, said ''that nothing pulls a man down so much as Hie apprehen sion of future lneapa. il v." Pension Would Increase I A t ic-lcncy. The lit. Itev. Loxaii II. Kools, bish op of Hankow, China, said (hat (he fstfiblis-hment of a pension fund would Increase the efficiency of the missionaries In the fon-uMi field. F'ranris. I. Stetson, of New York, who pief-ided, referred to 'tainted" monc-v when he ipude.l a churchman as HuyliiK that there need be no fear of It "for money loses all personality when It i;oos Into (he chinch pension fund." Tonight a public nonsecta t i.in re ception was held In honor of lhe Tft. l!ev. I). mill S. Tuttle. of SI. I.ouis, prcMdlmt bishop of the church, who is felel ratine; the k....-h jubilee his episcopacy. I!ciresentativen of piactically ul 1 St. louis church. p atienoed. Krhal a.ijoui tunc ut '.f 1'ue (on' cr, tion. which hn.s been m m-smioII since last Wednesday, was set to. lav f"l Kriday, October 27. Til" house of deputies first set the d;i for adjoiirn ruent lis October 2S, but later chanKcl the .lute to aurce with that sel by the house of bishops, KoIIowIhk 'he receipt of iireelinKs from Keork, chief bishop of Armenia, and patriarch of the national apostol ic mother ehunh, u message of s' tn pathy wan sent to tho Armenian Christians, Keork's letter said that his people are uiidei'KolUK untold mi f -feriiiK. SUNDA EDITIONS of ! lo pr 1 Mil REDUCE SIZE TO SAVE PAPER Economy in Lurid Magazine Sections May Be Neces- saiy to Prevent Suspension of Small Publications, aV MORHIN JOUKNIL iPICIAL l.CAtlO WIRf Washington, Oct. 1,. Kcduition mi the sie of Sunday newspapers as a means of coru.-rvinK the news print i paper supply of Hie country and pos sibly pi c i-ntine; the suspension of smaller new spa per i was ii-'iniiiiiii-cil in a lett.-r sent today by the fed eral trade commissi, ,. to all the pub lishers of larve newspapers ill the country. The letter follows: 'In connection with its Investiga tion of news print prices the commis sion lias Kiven .serious consideration to pos-ihle means of preventing the suspension of papers because of the iricreasiiiK senrc-ity and mlvunelliK pries. The pre s tit situalioti mil only he alleviated by increasing the output or reducing consumption. The commission has conferred with a number of prominent publishers rc-r.I:::s- v.-.'iy:; to reduce consumption In addition to the cutting off of re turns, c limiriatiin; wit('-s, tc, which many newspapeis are reported to have already done. These publishers are of the opinion that there is still an opportunity to effect a consi.lcia- Ihle reduction in consumption by rut tine; down the sie of Sunday riewspa Ipeis. They feel thai the elimination of certain features would meet with public approval and would not de . lease the revenues of the publishers. "The paper saved by outline; down the size of one Inntc Sunday edition seve ral pai;ej will be ; u ffi. lent to keep a number of smaller papers supplied for a considerable, time. I'n less present supplies of paper (all be inci eased, which does not now r-eeni probable', such unselli h aetion on lhe pari of the larne city papers ap pears to 1,0 the only means that will save many of Hie smaller publislieis from Koine; out of business. "The commission asks your co-operation in this matter, and would like- know your attitude toward this position. The cninmisssKin would also appreciate any suuest ions dial occur to you n-Kin'dinif practical ways of making this proposal effective." I I iHFLAHHATiON III "T,": ' Jf$!5i p4 j ''m:Tic,, I woiii.d's o ABiLmE Kansas USA nivn,',.! ' A lir Ihla r.-liiil.!.. r.-ni.-,lv f.-r a,: i.t".' ais .,f i;,,. ,n , .ii :ii, i irril.iti-.il. yle.iil.l I-,- ill ev...-- Ic . Ic ,.. In ,,v, i , , , ' r , ",,'lin . :, .;. ... I,.,'.ius,- ,.f ilw I , nun U.iHc . , i i . in iifi.,1 ll; j, v ' t. "''I' l---i: ,.- I ,- ! -I niv tie- m r ! :-r ii,- ,.l e ihii, I I :' S. Cms. lines : , ., S ,t. -in :i I t , ill- :i, 1 1 1,- ,J. it I iiiisiir i I 11 i- I,, t i'lir, -1: , ins l::-..,-. a i,, , i, I,,,1,,-. , i n-i ll'le.l p. iM- f..r .;',; ' ! - s. all, I all I" .i in . m' l:i,,-u m.iii, an,, . -,i , .'."j," ' r .-It'll, us rum-,, r ,-: us...As a tr, a! ,,- , , '' i'--"1- ' ai.p.i-iiti.m 'i-aiii. .ii, i. ;.f r in-!- ,.f mi:-;..-. ' ' Ul lJ- ri:iiZ'i i-- ,is.-,l -.iili yi-c.-il sii,,.,. r ,, ,t "... ai;,n.-i.l, ('..;. Is l-alil:a. l'..-1-li !..,, - ..'.j.,''"' b'v I'- -. -;iiam. ' ii'i-i a, i ,:, ;' f!,in,ii...l..'i a-i,l Irihaii. ii of all kilae fin),!. 11,-1 l-.s. , t,t... Ill, I .,,',.' l',ni,:, s. I ..iii.ll ', ; I iiiel I-' lllinc Hail. .-;,,,;' , ' Til. .1. Sv. 11 i.11,1 .- , 111 I--... I. ,-W. "I-AC I I I IM I,(1K ( l IUtll ' I s.,,i-uU- ... in. i. ic I l-'';nIVA -,,r . ,,,, an, I ..a-;- I; i ,n l!,i,t r,-,,,, . an. I a, u i ll'. K I M M i.l-l a.; i I,- will t , "II si . j, a 1 t Ii.. 1 Try I HCI Cl an, I I'V i. -or II. CII s. Ill II. 1) to., n.,.saic iiish dialing .lhiiiiici-iiic. Xi iv leico. Stewart Drum Co., I.uilnp. . , . I.rinclle Co., Union, . TESTIFIES THAT HEALEY KNEW OF S OE SORTS l losion on Italian ship. Merlin, Oct. Id. The Azest reports that, an explosion occurred on tho Kalian battleship lienlna Ma rKheritu while she was In port at Spcz.ia, Italy, says tho Overseas anericy. The Italian battleship Ke.nina Mar Rhorita displac-cs l i.L'MI Ions and is 41'fi.r. fee t loiiK and 7S feet wide. She l.as a complement of SIO men. the president left Washington and re turned to pi Inn-ton, w here he voted nn open ballot for the suflraKe amendment." I . ! i nt l.clt.-r Itutc (,, N,-w ..-aland Washini;l,,n, . ,, . 1 1, - t 'ourluslou "I u .omentum providiiiK for a Iwo e . n( I. -tie, ,;,!,. between the 'ui(ed . talcs and New Zclnnd was tin 1 OHIICC, I t,!.,y ,y II,,. postllffico lll'- p.. ii in. -ul. New . .ih.iid Is app-oxl-n.alely 7. etui miles lr,,ni the. eastein ( i ast of t he I 'lilted Males. HEADACHE FROM A COLD? LISTEN! 'Tape's Cold Compound" ends severe colds or c'ippe in few hours, Tour cold w-l'l break and all k-rlppe misery end after taking n dose of ' Papea Cold Compound" every two In. um until three dnsc are taken. It promptly open clorned-up not trll and air -,.-s.,. in the head, ntop8 nasty dis.-ha . k,-,. r ,),,(,,, rnn Iilnf. relie ves Hh k headache, dulinena, f. erishness, leore thmat, neeiiliK, fc.irencss and stiffness. Don't slay fduffed-up! ijint blowing and snuffling! Kase your throbbing bead nothing else In the world gives p.ieh prompt relief as ' Pape's Cold Compound," which costs only 2& cent (it ana. dm store. Jt acta wnhout ustunce. taalea nice, and t.ia. no ln (.oiivenkrice. Attfid i,o iuLaUluU, 1 .i mi s it. . i:i n i i is Cl .lt TAIN (11 M V M 1-iX l Chicago, fut. Hi -.lami-s It. (!ar-fi'-Id, a me-mber of the western repub lican ra inpaln ronimittrr, lelutiied from an ext. -n. led (up through the w. st today, c ftdeiil that HuKheS (Hid Pan hanks will c arry California, Ptuh, Wyoiiilnn and New- Mexico and that Die party lias an ixr. lh-nt chance to win In Xcwidn find Ari.omi, 'I was in California four days and found that the icpubli, ans nil. I pro gressives have i-onie together In that slate ami arc working In absolute harmony and with cuthuslasMi for lliii-hes and Pail banks.'' said Ml I iai Held. VILLA HOI DING ARMY OE 1 BOO BY TERROR lav hqihim iouhnal afr,c ias ar.aai Chlhualiua, M.-x , i irl. Hi.- Villa Is III the nciKli I,oi hood ol 'reiuosaehlc. with about mmi aimed and e,Uipped soldiers and l.t'UU Impressed recruits of all ava-s, who lark aims, ammuni tion and lie .lints, c'.rn.-ial Trevlno staled today. He said 1 li.it Villa Is not M i 1 1 1 K his men and Is holding them (hrc.u;h teiror. See nd itKc",s repent thai III.. Is in . ml. it. k an ex pedition lo recover military supplies that had been cached in the Sierras. An absolute denial was made by Hen.-ral Trevlno of (he report circu lated in PI Paso thai Villa, with t.umi men, had s.-icel thr southern section of the Mexico Nol thw esl.-i u railroad and was running Its tiains, nbsi.lute! e cut i oiling the tciritoiy northwest of San Antonio. i:it wax TKoops sitivr. ; ivsr ii i.v i (i; i s fi. PI Paso, TrX , (let. If. Atlivils an Mexico (i port larue troop mnvo- n.. -rits out of chihuahua City in the campaign anaiust Villa, whose (.arti sans are said to he in control of Nami.iuipa, which was held by the American punitive expedition until Its lines were shoit.-ned elurinv, the rainy se-ason. A former follower of the bandit, Salazar, who had just obtained his release from the penitentiary tn Chi huahua City, said heie today that the e xecution of Villa s input hici s took place before, the window of hi cell and that from five to twenty pii-aan-crs h.i.l been shot to death there daily since Seple tuber Hi, when Villa made hits surpiino uttack on Chllmuhua. pension ami unit the widows ami or phans of the clergy would benefit from (he fund. The proposed (.elision Is $1111(1 a year for each c IcrKyman, the present average salary of (he minister heinK estimated at $1,'.'IIU a year. "How widespread (he Interest Is In (he movement." said the report, "Is shown by the fact that the contribu tions an- both larva- and small anxl from all classi-s. The smallest contri bution, Hi cents, was from a, yoiitm Kil l of lit l.lKoport, Conn., and the largest amounts were two pledges of S 2 M,0(Mi each. Several conl rlhulions of far,, (Kin have been received, one from a prominent lay man of another i rami. lhe Hum of J HI, (mil was re I reived from a non-believer, w ho said j he w as no Inte re sle.l in the church, I but that ha considered 1 (food buslne-s- for any organization lo pension those who have faithfully served it. Must Itulsi- $5.11(111,11011. The trustees reminded (he church thai (he acipilsllion oft, Huh sum of money is dependent upon the receipt of J :,, (inn, (mil by March I. 1 H 1 7, other wise the money aln-ady ie-n will be' returned to the donors. After the Initial rescue turn! of $5,(1(10.(11111 is In hand, each diocese will add each year an auioiinl e.inil to 7 1-2 per Cell! of (he clelKVlnen's Kalarle. It was stated "the proposed system Is founded on exact actuarial principles." The bishop said that the plan lifts the whole subject of "providim; for nped and disabled ministers of the gospel, Iheir widows and orphans, out of (he sphere of dolls to that of self respect, throiiKh payments as svste madc and well earned us salaries." Audilini; of church accounts by "outside bookkeepers" was irconi mindr.l iii the report of the joint committee on business of the church. This proposal is intended to remedy what the tommls.sion dcclaic.l lo be "e xccediiiKly bad conditions." The commission said it was astonished by the ''great number of cases of almost ( riuimi.l carelessness," which Its lu ciuiry d.-vrlope-d. Pad methods," It was declared, "invite dishonesty, cle ric losses in Innumerable- was, and dlscouiuKc men and women from making K'f's and be.pi.-si.s to the church." Would Olise-rxe t iiifoini riscal Year. one of the suggestions is that a pnlfoim fiscal year, beginning Jan uary 1, 1-.' observed. At pie. sent, be cause of the overlapping fiscal years of different churches and die" eses, and because of other defects of sys tem, the c ominlssiun says that no hu luan being can tell within many mil iums uf dollar!) what the church re-' AMERICAN MILITARY MAN RECEIVED BY KAISER -V MOlNINt JOURNAL aPIQlAL LIAatD Wlftt, lii'ihn, cut. Hi (via Wireless to Say villo. ) - l-iniperor Williirm, while visiting Schonbrunn, tho Austrian im perial palace, recently received Cap lain Allan I.. Hrlggs, Culled Stat.- military attache at Vienna, who is about to leave, the capital, says the crverseas iiKency today. The emperor also received the Aus-Iro-Hiingarian foreign minister, Hu ron Hiirian, the A list ro- H unga ria n minister at Herlin, Prince liohenbdie Schilllngsfiirst, and the Austro-Hnn-garian minister of war, (iencral von K rohatln, Try one of (hose liixiiriiius Turkish baths at The Washington. HKIi; West en I in I. (I'liilcini'ii, iiijilits and Sunday-.. I.adics, vtii'li days only. Make your aiw,inlini'ii(. 1'lnuie L'U.'J. n, of the Commit- Rcv, Myron E, Adan Vice Investi'Mtin:'" Ice, Tells of Conditions O'Brien's Distiict, in Y Hn.HlNO lOU.M.L riCAC LIniD WBt! ' 'hie, i j." ,, " ic(. l'i;. Key. Myron Ailan.s, pare,r of Hi, Xi'. and a. no mb.-r of a v,,lun t Igat 111 l,r , ..III III lit ee, t , si i 1 led William 1 '. ' . ' I : t i i n , suspended captain I... lay, that Chief of I lea ley a Mil ol her cil.v off ii ia cog nixaiK of vicious I'1 soils in tin- dis trict in which ( i I'.i i.-n was in com mand. M.ivor Thompson, whose te i timony Was exp.-e-ted to be the climax on Slat, s Al',,1 ni-y OUCH! BACKACHE! HUB LUMBAGO OR STIFFNESS Ml Rub Pain Prom Back Small Trial Bottle of Old, Penetrating "St, Jacob's Oil," v.. ll 1 1 1. I . I inves v. it h polll C Police were- Wln-n r liiml, ha; .la, ,, little VOU)- itifl'e. 1 11; I il' IS Sore... a or rh ...n t si d old. h dm;,' st ,, Hiti u matism ifl'.-r-: (in ui. st "St. ,- ,ur ,1 in ."(1.0(1(1 i.iiin,ls of "...oil corn. This corn is sciil Ibi'oiigh it inai liiiie dial leaves no rollcn I i , 1 1 1 e lially grains. There's whole o of dil I. r. n( sorls ami epialilii s of corn. (Inly one kind it. pays to buy the liiv.li iiiali(y wilh the kick In it. Some sorts are like small sliriinkcn apples. 10. . I I I !. of Hi II,,. mi Heal stand I. e.V Ilea l inn ; uppliea c arrest today l.ii I ion for a w .lid not is ex pi . t. i it-i n I take i to la for the gin ba.-k F- l.l I 1. "icd up, bottle' it an air hand and rub it iii-lu on your (i.-lifiif ha. k, and by the .!m,. you i m fifly, the son-n. ss and l.-imc- i;i s is gone. 1 ..n't stay crippled! Thi penetrating oil n.-.-ds to be on,-,.. p. takes th,. pain rig ends lhe miseiy. It is in absolutely harmless and cb the si; m. .xoining- e-,so stops lumb.it'n. sci atica i.aeRiiche or rheumatisin prompHv. It never disappoints ii- "thinir, .1 ..nly I cat a;i-l .-i- ;;l. M't sn't burn sion. t h, i 1 1 1 . i. GIRLS! MOISTEN A CL AND I IT THROUGH HAIR it Becomes Beautifully Soft, Wavy, Abundant and Glossy at Once. Save Your Haiil All Dandruff m Goes and Hair Stops Coming Out, Siindy try a "Dandcrlne Hair Cleanse" if you wish to Immediately double the beauty of y..ur hair. Just moisten a cloth wiih, D.mderine nnd draw it carefully through .vou- hair, taking- one small strand at a time; this will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt or any excessive oil - in a few minutes you will be amazed. Your hair will be wavy, fluffy and abundant nnd possess an incomparable softness, lustre ami luxuriance. Pesldes beautifying the hair, one Application of Danclerlne dissolves ev ery particle of dandruff; Invigorates the scalp, stopping Itching and falling hair. Danderlne i to the hair what fresh showers of rain and sunshine are to vegetation. It goes right to the roots. Invigorates and strengthens them. Its exhilarating-, stimnlufln nnd llfe-pru-eluctng properties' c ause the hair to grow long, strong and beautiful. You can surely have pretty, soft, lustrous hair, and lots of It, if you will Just get a ia-cent bottle of Knowlton's Danderino from any drug store or toilet counter and try It as dircct'-d Save your hair: Keep it looking charming and beautiful. You will say this wag the beat 26 cent you ever pent. IMMENSE CROWD OF NEBRASKANS HEAR HUGHES ON TOUR (Centlne,el 7'ram Tflge One. some way we may lind out what, it means. "Then, it is said (hat business has been nlded by the govern in. -nt shipping- bill. Now, thai is the kind of aid to business which It does not seem to me business can afford to have. 1 do not believe in Introducing; the gov ernment into com pet it ion wilh private industry in this country. "If wo desire to ascertain what H 'he real attitude of tho administra tion to business, wr have little diffi-J cully in nscertuinimr the 'act. Wr saw at the very outset of lhe adminis tration, a great opportunity for this nation to partiriputo. I me an for cer tain bankers who had taken up tlie work, really, I believe at the sugges tion of former administrations, In th" great loans of whirh were lo bo made for the development of China. OpiH.rloiilty for expansion. "Here was a legitimate basis for the extension of American enterprise. If the administration really desires thai we should have American enterprise expanded throughout the world, and that we should have our just Influ ence in the Par Past, there was an opportunity for a proper basis for it. Instead of thai, it was discouraged, and tho result was that tho participa tion was not taken advantage of. One of the most el isi ing u isln-d sup porters of the administration, Hr. Kliot, prcside-nt-emi-ritus of Harvard, examined the ret ord of (ho adminis tration, to the conclusion that its rec ord with respect to Mexico meant this: That hereafter we do not propose to afford full protection by force of arms to those who represented American enterprise in foreign parts; and yet it was only four years ago that our op ponents wrote large m their pl.it form, that the constitutional rights of An. r ican citizens should go with them throughout the world, and that they should have full protection wherever they were lawfully, for their lives and their propel ly. "The result is that, according to the analysis made of the record e.f the ad ministration, notice has been served that full protection will not bo accord ed to those' who g abroad can-Xing' American enterprise in foreign parts: ami x.-t it is said we should encourage foreign trade; yet it is said xve .should seixe humanity." Mr. Hughes left h.-ro at 1 a. m. for points in South Dakota, oh Uilll of w hi. ii i'ce)il;iL- -el ion:, I, last y w li.b morrow Mm h of the . description:: of numerous . a I', s in the territory s, segregated dm 1 1, I itol by a large ;ci Among th, incuts of th were the eaf.-s, where gcd log-ether. Captain ( I'lirii n (old of tf) .'lose these .''lid b:i 1' 111 I reputation from obtaining censes-. lb v. 1 r. Adams, told of Mayor Thompson's office Ii of one Mike the ( Iroek, w h tie-s became so bold, lie - aid vv( re solicit, d in passing hi store, on their way to church 1 with Ill's j,) the I sprung- up ' the forme i- Was i:i ha I,- , of in .-roe-s. - Ic develop- To Hear Washington, .U'-M of the eh : a.pri me courl for hearing nf argument i 1 1 1 1 ; i e ti i ' s anti-trust suit Steel Trust ('use. let. IH. At the I pa rt ment of jusl i.-e, t to. lav s,-t Pehruary Hie gl. ii, st the It 1 W; I black-; and black hi' i san id-tan ntin- plans shady I, Ptiit.-d States Steel corporation. I e.ll) PaniliH xie-o, Oct. Id. Villa raided .mil..: e em . p th : 11 a. tiv i it men i-ig.ir ( iisiliui.aai liic Pi. ,. Chihuahua Cily, .Vie ( 'usih uirlarhie, which September is now from bandits, aecordin received from (b-tiernl from the commander of the garrison at Santa Ysabel. The mander r.-ported all .pilot in thi entirely fn- r to Ii feline! Trevlno (...lay ( 'arraiizu i be). The nun- pilot m this re gion and said that Villia has not ma.li any thi rat. tiing movements of late. Cotf olene "The Natural Shortening" P r7 - -fcs? J V.- Cakes, pies, pnstry the very names tempt the appetite. And when they are shortened with Cottolene the natural flavor and healthful goodness become even more tempting. Cottolene blends so perfectly with the flour and other ingredients that the results are most gratifying. Your grocer will supply Cottolene in Urge or small pails. Ordur it today. "Cottolene mahet good cooking better" EZZTFAIRBANKwaEO f ' 'tf'''' mm " w-i mm c i UepollsliiLfs easiest fo use llicsluneiliats lianlcstiolose. KEEP YOUR SHOES NEAT The F. F. Dalley Co, Ltd, Buffalo, N. Y.