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Albuquerque Morning Journal Wednesday, October 18, 1916. and 1,900 men prlnonern. Thry ul.io ruptured ton machine nun. "South cf Iornn-Wutra (nouthern CriiHlhlnn), our troop won aoine heights riiHt of tho Heurm aireum." i:.m:mv iuuvi: n k HICYOM) I UOVTII.lt Iturharcut, Oct. IT (via London). Today official titiitcmenl follows; "In the I'sul valley, tho runny had leh driven back heyond tho frontier. Our artillery cmit-M under It fire an encniy rwttitllon dvruliiK In iiiiinkoiI formation, Anions tho killed of this battalion haa heon found tho hody of It rommander. We captured fifty eight men and cno machine gun." KOIAMWH MAKIM' bTM AGAINST TIXTONS. perlin, Oct, 17 (Vlit I-ondon).--Itu-nianlnn troop In Trunaylv aula are niaVlng a aland In tli frontier pimae aKBlnal th Teutonic etinli's, Oerinan army headquarter announced today n notiihle i h lit' e In tho Hlliuitlcm 1h reported In the tiitcinent, which fol low: ' The Rumanian are offering re- nlntance on tho roads through the Mono on th eimtcrn front (Tr.mnyl- vanlu). South and went of KroiiMtailt, the poaltion generally I unchanged. Al hTltlAX ATTACKS 111 l l l.Sl l HY JTAIJAXS. Home, Oct. IT (via 1iiulnn). fte j.cnled attack hy the AuHtrlan on Moiito 1'aMiihlo, on the Trentlno front on Hundiiy and Monday, were repulaed hy the Italian, thu war office un lipunced today. "On Monto r.imihlo iltnitiK the nlnTu of Ontoher 1 and on tho following rimming, the enemy attempted at lnrkH which wer checked promptly." the statement any. "n tho whole front yesterday had weather ham pered operation of tho artillery. Heavy Niiowfiill In tho mountains arc reported." 1UMAXIAXH III l"l 'lK THITDMC ATTACKS. lluchareat, Oct. 17 (via Irfindnn). Auslro-dirman utlack In Tranayl vanlu have been repulaed hy tho llu luanlan. tho war offlco announced to day. The Rumanian nro holdliiK their pOHlllon went of tho frontier. MXTVIIVI1 AMI I K, ins ovr.li mimi; I'm I, Oct, IT.-- Trench itnd Oor nmn aeroplane ycMterd.iy fouBht ality-flvo eiiKiiKementH In tho rei:lon of tho liver H"mmo, euy today' alate ment. l'tva Herman ttinehlue were I ronicht down. The text any: "Our aeroplane carried out runner on fllKhta In thfl riclnti of the Fom ine, They foiiKht nlxty-fivo mikhko ment, In the eouiao of which two cn-i-my machine were hroiiKht. down and thren other raino to earth will, in our line." MAItlM H Mi:iti:i,v to Ki;iMnt( i: I'olk i;1 'then. Oct. 1(1 (via Iuulon, Oct. Vi--Thn llrlllall legation explalna ,,vth landing of mailncH at Athens .(nl'lraeu wit merely Intended to i,.Yorco tho police. U I ncnerally IhuuKht, however, that, thl iiz-llmi was taken to prevent (lemon"! rations ik thoao of this morning-. MTI'ATIOX Al'l'l'. IIS to hi: i(;i:itors l-ondon. Oct. 17. A Router' tli- patch from Athena aaya: "Tho altuatlon appeal to he dan gerous. There hnvn hecn roVallNt (lemnnatratton In the atn-et. Ad miral dii Foiirnet, coiiiiiinndi r of the llitento Hilled fleet In the Medller- Look, fvlolhci! If tonsuo is coated rjvc "California Syrup of Pigs," Kvery mother reallnea, after rIvIhk er children 'California Svrup of Mna." that thla la tlu'lr Ideal laxative, becaaso they hve Ha pleaMant t.iHte and It thoroughly cleanaca tho tender little tomach, llvrr und bowels with out rrlplnir. When cross, Irritable, feverish or breath I bad. alomaeti amir, look at tho tongue, mother! f coated, lve a teaspoonful of thl harmlea "fruit laxative," and In a few hours all the f mil. ronatlpated waMe, sour bile and Undigested food paa.sea out of the fiel. and you havo a well, playful child again. When It little system t full of cold, throat sore, haa gtomach Brho. diarrhoea, Indigestion, colli' remember, a good "Inside cleansing" ahould alwaya b tho I"--t trcutment Klven. Million of mother keep 'Tnllfornla Fyrup of Figs" handy; they Know a teaspoonful today saves a alrk child tomorrow. Ask your druggtai for a M-cent liottle of "I'allfornla Syrup of Klgs," which has direction for babies, children of all ages and grown-ups printed on tho bottle. licware of counterfeit o!d here, to don't he fooled Oet the genuine, made by TallfornU Klg Hyrup Company." AZTEC Fuel Company Gallup Lump Gallup Stove Native Wood Sawed & Split Mill Kindling PHONE 251 CROSS, FEVERISH CHILD IS BILIOUS OR CONSTIPATED rancan, wn IiIkm cI and a ch-tiu hment of French pallor win driven hack hy a hontilo crowd. "A irocenlon of omo 4,fl()fl inal rontenta, headed hy I ho tirei k and Amellcan fl.iKH, atopped oiitxlde the American legation, proteated iiK-ilin-t the landltiK of foreign murine, and demanded the protection of the Amer hiin mlnlxter, who wan i,l,cnt. "Tho deinonatrnlor then paiaded the utreeia, hiiikIiik the Greek national anthem." HI SHANK KIM IM AI.I.V I'OIM) Ti l TON 1.IM txindnn, ( u t. I .'. '' m both tho northern and aoulhweatern fionta of Russia," says Renter' Petrogrud cor lespondent, "heavy rains and (oKa are Impeding the opei at ions, but the l!u- alaim are not giving the enemy a mo ment' rest. Many trenche have hi en captured bv hand grenade and bayonet attacks In the dark. "Tho mrvousnisH of the Oermana at this etlo of fluhtlng haa been ex presaed In panicky burst of n suit b us gunfire. The Itusdan attack on the new r ; - n i ii position of Svinlusky Korjtnlza, southeast of Vbidimlr Volyntskl, resulted In (lie capture of first lino trenches on u wide fiotit, ilnjilto the con ce n 1 1 a 1 1 'II tlnte bv Ociman of some of their best regi ment, The (leimans I roni-hi up ie llifoi ceuienta from In Ighboi li:g sec tor and freah reserv. "Klve counter-nltack, lice(iiininled by curlulna of fire, were ibliveietl b llui lieliiians, inolaliiiu the R iik da u trenches. In the fifih atl;n k, the liiriiiana at some places reached the hiciiKt win k and llireatened to bleak the Russian line, The Russian haso nela, however, weie loo deadly and tho Hermans renounce d their alleuipU Ut the recapture of their old positions. "At Klillbaba, In the I 'a rpat h lans, the Russian Infantry also ha been scoring heavily In hnnd-f o-hand fight-. lug. With a view to Interposing n barrier to tho Russo-Riimanlan i force, tho Austro-Hung.ii lana la gan nn attack In considerable force Kat iirdiiy. They drenched the Russian i ntanglemenla and their maaaed gun-J tire destroyed part of the Russian j nt-fclisc befori) they launched llieir Infantry attack, t'nder (over of the woods, they reached nomo portion of tho Russian trenche hut nfler a aharp striiguhi they yielded before the Itns alaii bayonet." GREEK TROOPS ,., MdSMINi iOU.N.I. .r.,L H...D Wlt Athens, Oct. Ki (via London, Oct, 17). Marine from the ship of tho entento power to the number of about a thousand, havo been landed at Rl raens and havo occupied the railway station at RlraeiiH and aevcral build ing In Athen. Immediately, when thl becamo known, tho at reel a of Athena swarmed with Creek franti cally cheering King Constantino and (hauling tho Ci k national anthem Creat crowd marched through the street, thousand gathering In the nelghhoi hood of tho pout office aiiiare. Tho war minister, Ceneral luacoa, ordered out Creek troop and marines to guard every approach to tho suuiirc and In older to prevent any clash be- lw n Creek civilian and the French, who occupied that aecllon, establish ing a complete cordon about the Krciich and tailing nil precaution to ,..,,1,1 ,.nv tneldelil 111' HCI'tdcllt CUM- I able of starling alrife. It I Impossible to predict whether double can be prevented throughout the night. The Creek government Is fully allvo to the fact that Crcece'a fate hang on the prevention of fur ther ineiiHiuc on tho part of tho Wrench coininander. Kailler In the day a review by King ( ''.iit-l it i it I ii ' of the huihii'H belonging to the vessel of the Cieck navy which were taken possession of by I he entente allies, was made the oci asloU for an Immense loyalist deiiiolist ra tion, crowd parading the at reel, hauling life si.e poitialts of the sov ereign and wildly (heeling for tho uionaiYh. Admiral I laniiaiios. minister of ma rine, read an order of tho day, prais ing the loyally of the sailors and com plimenting theiu on their , onducl Uli iH r most tiiug cii cumalance. After the ceremony, the king as sembled ihe officer about hlui and addiessed them pel sonally, expressing pi id,, that they had see, ned olfci of money an I honors, and had remained faithful to their oalti to their coun try. Ilo gave his word that, he would stand bv them to the end, regardless of what their lovally ininht entail. CHARGE SENATOR OF FINANCING MURDERS (V HDMMINl IIIIIINI. IflCllk llSp Wlflll Red Oak, I.i Oct. 17. --The trial of. two J2."..(iiiii damage suits recently In-1 stltiiled by State Senator I'. Jones of Ylllisca, against .1. N, llkei s..n, a: Kansas City detcitive, and eight We!!-! known citi'cns of Montgomery o unity,! charging libel, are oM" I'd to pro-! iliiee intei csl ing developments at the teim of the district court which j opi ne here today. The complaint charge the defend-1 am with responsibility for atone toj Ihe c f f 1 1 t that Jones financed the, iIIImh hi ii. orders ill CC. Roth: Mite ivpicss anxiety for an early licarmg, bin ll Is thought on account of the luienve feebng among the peo ple of the counts, that an effort Willi hv made to obtain a change of venut bli ago Ma vor mi Maud. Chicago, ' ict. 1 7 William Hale Thompson, mavor c( Chicago, and repiihll' an national i oninul Iceinaii for Illinois, wile pla cut on Ihe wit ness aiiuid before Juste e olson. of the iniinii ipal conn today In i onnec tion with Slate Attorney Howie's application for warrant against Chief of I'olice C. c. Me. ili v and the l itter s secretary, William l.uthardt. He de nied v r t avliiK intei fered with tlic vliiiT performing In dutie. ORDERED OUT TO PREVENT CLASH FARMERS GO Oil RECORD, ALONG WITH UNIONS, IN FAVOR OF WILSON Strong Endorsement Is Given, at Meeting of Agricultural Congress, of President's f orcign Policies, DIAMOND REPLIES TO COLONEL ROOSEVELT Labor Leader Says Rough Rider Did Great Harm to Miners When He Settled Anthracite Strike, ((te.A, DlflPAKH ID MeSNINd JnUSNAL liol;)inapoll i, l nil., oi l. 17. in dorsing in I ne most emphatic lan guage president Wilson' foreign pol icy and applauding hi courage and patriotism, the Farmer' National congicss of the I lilted States, In Its I hli t y-atxl h it n ri ii ill session, today tclc- giaphed hearty congratulation to the pnhldent, expressing the profound gratitude ami appreciation of this liu poitanl body for the successful tf IoiIm of the president In keeping ''Om nation preferably at peace during one of tho most trying period of it his tory." The organization also ex;, lease appreciation of the administration' "eonsti uctiv e ami effective legislation ( nacted for the benefit of the lai mets of America." risinin Wil-on's Representative. The president, unable to attend, sent Assistant Secretary of Agricul ture Carl Vrootnan to "convey to you my personal greeting and assurance of sympathy and good will. The loyal mid effective support which ha'been given by your organisation to further the passage of legislation In the in terest of the fanner during the pres ent iidnilnlst i at ion 1 most sincerely epptoclnteil." To Ihe president's tole giuiu the congress today sent, thl re ply: ''Your message of good will to the Farmers' National Congress of the I'niteil Stales ha hecn met wltlT'gre"it ( nthuslasm. "Thl oongroas, at the thli ty-lifth 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 session al Omaha, ,'eb., Sept. HO, ItlKl, adopted tho following reso lution: "Resolved, that thi congres com mends tho foreign policy of President Wilson, while standing nl the head of tho American nation during ono of the most ciillcal and trying period of It history. "Resolved, that we exprcs absolute confidence In hi courage, patriotism and diplomatic ability. "Resolved, that we. offer hint our loyal support In his effort to proteel the right of American citizen and to maintain Impartial neutrality. "The Fanners' National congres extend to you a the executive head of the nation it profound gratitude and appreciation on your successful effort to keep the nation honorably at peace dm ing one of the most try ing periods of history. "This body note with grateful np preclalion tho constructive and effec tive legislation enacted for the benefit of the farmers of America during jour administration with the loval 'is Mistance of those representative of all pintle who have supported the presi dent In his efforts to promote the gen eral wcllaie, accept our ainoero Ihaiiks and as.aii aiicc of continued lov ally." Itciinoi.ccs RoicCM'll t)n R. Ii. Affair. Speaking officially for the I'nited Mine Woikcix of America, William lhaniond. statistician for tho union, today denounced the attempt of T'ho odoie Roosevelt to discredit President Wilson's handling of the recent rail road controversy. Mr. hiamoiid makes it plain that the republican effort to show that Candidate Hughes would have dealt with the railroad alnke Just a Roosevelt "settled ' the coal strike Is not milking labor votes for tho repub lican candidate, "The I niled Mine Worker I not concerned a an organization in par ty polities.'' said Mr. I Uainonil. "but It Is directly concerned when a politi cal speaker mh presents the facts w ith regard to matters which vitally af fei t the Interest of the union. "Mr Roosevelt foieed a settlement of the l'.iioj strike when the miner were at a point of winning a great victory, and when action such as Roosevelt took w as the only thing that could save the faces and pocket book of Messrs. Moigan, Stotesbry, et al, It is ridiculous for Mr Roose velt to talk a he did at Wllkesbarre bout mousing the antagonism of these financial Interest. He vva Iheii savior, coal was selling at $'-!" a ton, the time had come when the owncis could no longer refuse to end the famine by granting the Just de mands of their employe and the union still had a million dollars In It treasury RiMwcvcll's liilorfcroiieo Rail on Miner "I localise of Roosevelt's interfer ence, the miners endure five months of suffering and privation without gaining ibetr object. The award was not satisfactory, it was ten years tie fore the nutters could get it modified sufficiently to secure representative committees to enforie the award. The anthracite miner won more by di rect negotiation last apring without losing a single day's wages than Roosi veil's settlement gave them. "The anthracite coal miners will not he Impressed yv hen Mr. Roosevelt a that the recent lallroad controversy should have taken the same course." Want a hlib fmiln rmplojrrr or ttu hot ter m! of ftermntaf MuL um of tht waal column of III Journal. HUGHES REPLIES TO HECKLERS IN IOWA; ROUNDLY CHEERED fCintlnud From pa( Ow l York had legislation in It fa tor by wnicri iiie consumer of gas paid a rate, a fixed by law and by the courts, oft NO cent. "Then there, followed an Inveati gallon of much wider concern. It re lated to the aecurlty of the homes of American, It related to the security of thoao who, through life insurance, nan endeavored to protect iheir live and their children against the hazard of untimely death We had in that a very laborious inquiry. It brought to my iittenHon a gnat vailety of mutters deeply affecting the Interests of tho community. "We endeavored to safeguard the policyholders of Ihe nation by wise legislation, regulating our life Insur ance enterprise. Wo endeavored to ace to it that public supervision should be entirely Impartial ami wholly ffi- i lent in the Interest of those con cerned In this great enterprise. "I was called from this to the gov ernorship of the state. I went with a great deal of Information with respect to the conduct of public business. 1 went to the governor's chair with this d, termination, that while I sat there, I hoie would he no Influence or power which should ni tiny way affect my action so as to bo In the slightest de gree injurious to tho wcllaie of all the people in that .state." Tho crowd interrupted uilh "Who's all right?'' Home one ed. The answer came from section of the house, In i a yell, i roar: "I I ughes!" "Now, I refer to thi," Mr. Hughe continued, ' because there has been re fcnlly an extraordinary statement made that in some way I have become a sponsor for invisible government. Such a preposlcroua charge need no attention and yet I should like to take advantage of the fact that It ha been i. tiered to remind the American peo ple of one or two things, "In the first, place, during my governorship at Altiony, there was no barter of appointment for legisla tion. "In the next place, legislation was considered upon it merit In the open. "At the same time, we had legisla tion dealing with the great subject of the regulation of tho public utilities. There wero men who did not at that lime ace the Importance of that action. We thought that It wa time to vindicate tho aupreinaey of the public interest. We did not buy way through tho legislature; we not compromise with principle. Went at might, to the "people of state, and the people sustained policies and they were enacted law. our did our Into citi- "I desire To say to my fellow zen that no ono more than 1 aland determinedly iigiilnat every Influence of the Invisible government, agaiiiHt every alliance of business and politic, against every subversion of the ma chinery of government to any private purpose against every means of cor rupt ion In our public life. "And 1 should not want to occupy Ihe highest station in tho gift of the people, except upon the terms upon which I shall occupy It If called; and that I that there in no promise or obligation to any man, and that we will atand there with visible govern ment, according to our constitutional system, In the Interest of all the peo ple of thl laud. The nominee had Just about con cluded Ills attack on tho administra tion for the enactment of the Adam son bill, when he wa asked if' he would repeal the measure I elected. '"My dear air," be replied to the uuesllon, "you cannot repeal a sur render." Tho crowd cheered. "You cannot repeal what has been done by thi abdication of authority," Mr. Hughes continued, "and further your ipicstion show that you do not fully understand the term of the Adamson bill. 'I'nder the Adamson hill It goes Into effect the first or January, then there I a provision that for six i month or nine month, there shall be observallons of its workings. Six months i the minor period; nine! month Ihe maximum period, and then the wages which are to be upon thi new basis shall continue to he paid until thirty day after thu report of the commission, "Now sir, this will luive been In operation for a very long time before I should even take the executive chair, If elected, and will have com plctt d it purpose before congress would have It session In the follow ing lieccmher. "1 do not suppose that any question of n peal would be Involved, hut I do nay, that when that question arise, if It does arise, if I am elc d, 1 w ill follow the prinlcple that 1 now state and have Just stated of ascertaining the exact fact and what justice would dictate ought to be done at that time." Mr. Hughe concluded his speech with a reiteration of hi denial that a vote for him meant a vote for war." REPORT VILLA TO BE - ON BABICORA RANCH lar MoNNiaa journal aptci LlAaao anna) l.'l l'aso, Oct. IT. Francisco Villa Is now on the Hearst ranch at Rab rlenra, according to the statement of passenger arriving here today from Pearson, a station on the Mexican Northwestern railway below the American on pod it loin, ry base. K Idcnce from other sources Indi cate that Villa I concentrating bis troop In the Rahicora district, as passengers from parral say that Villa land are moving northward. and from Torreon report thcin heading' northwest. All report ague as to heavy Car ran xa troop movements, indicatinj an energetic campaign against Villa di rected from Chihuahua City. C.enera! Mayoottee started a few day ago with a column from Santa Rosalia to cut (iff ViIIu'h retreat to the south, while another large force I proceed ing from Villa Ahumada toward Ca sas dra ndes. It i said In Chihuahua that the reason why no energetic steps were taken against Villa after the atta. k of September 16 on liiat city w is due to ahortage of ammunition, handicap now overcome. ASK PARLIAMENT FOR GOVERNMENT RATION CONTROL Complaint Made of Inadequate Measures in Handling Food Supply and Preventing Ex cessive Rise in Prices, 'v mokn.no jouonal araciAL ilAaao wiaai London, Oct. 17. In the house of ( ominous today a debate arose over the food situation, a number of ihe member complaining (if the inade quate measure of the government to control food supplies and pri vent an xcessivo rie in price. Walter Runciman, president jif the board of trade, in reply to the com plaints, said he wa hungering for a practical proposal which had not been furthcoming' lor preventing evils that were largely due to the inci cased food consuming capacity, not only of the army, but of munition and other worker, and the decreasing supplies of food. Mr. Runciman, said there wa no evidence of aerioii monopoli.at ion or exploitation of foodstuffs, and if there had been he would not have hesitated to ask parliament for power to deal wllh such a altuation. In relating the measure the gov- (ininent has taken with regard to meat and wheat, Mr. Runciman said every effort wa being inado to in ( tease available tonnage for Import, and that tho admiralty had agreed in many instance to do with a smaller number of vessel. In conclusion, the president of the hoard of trade said there would be no extension of tho principle of rationing, and that the government hud no intention of put ting the country in the position of a blockaded city. D, C, HOSPITAL CORPS ENTRAIN FOR HOME (BV MOHNINA JfJUaNAL. IPICIAk LIASIO WiaBI I lunula., Ariz., (let. 17. The first field hospital company of the lis liict, of Columbia entrained here to niuht for it home station. The men will atop over in Kl l'aso tomorrow, to l issued overcoats and winter clothing. The aignal corp of the I list l ie! of Columbia finished Its field training In Nogaloa Monday and started for Doug las, but whether afoot or by train has not -been learned. The company marched Ironi Warren, Ariz., to No gale. The Fifth New Jersey infantry, 1, 110 strong, wa not able to entrain today, a expected, the Colorado (loops, which arrived yoatorday, not having brought sufficient equipment to carry them eastward. Additional equipment has been ordered and they are expected to leave lunulas Octo ber 2"b it wa staled by Major Can non, camp qunrterrnnsler, today. AMERICAN REMOVED FROM DUTCH LINER BY BRITISH lav HOiNiNf joumiAl araciAl HASIO wins! New York, Oct. 1". Four llelgians and one man claiming to he an Amer ican were removed from the llolland Aiucrlcan liner Ryndam by Urilish au thorities at Kirkwall and Falmouth, according to officers of the ship on her arrival hero today from Rotter dam, The American passenger was Frnest Young, l'assport irregularities were alleged by Ihe lirilish. Wireless advice that submarines bad been active near the American coast were received by Captain Kroi of the Ryndam, aoon lifter leaving Falmouth, and at night all light were kept burning, Including name and nn tionullty in electric letter three feet hiuh. along the rail on each side of the vessel. Nothing wa sighted, the officers reported. NEW YORK STRIKERS ATTACK STREET CARS la MoaNiaa journal spkcial i b.ako wtai t New York, tut. 17. Violence in tin city' transit situation was resumed today when strikers and sympathizer made several attacks on surface cars in iinner Madison avenue. I'.rlcks were thrown through windows and several passengers were Injured, and a conductor wa assaulted mid robbed. I'ollee reserves dispersed the trouble makers. The striker apparently took advan tage of the fact that 2, toil policemen were parading to display the military efficiency acquired at summer pre pntedness camps. OIL STRIKERS' DEMANDS ARE REFUSED AGAIN aV MOSNIN JOURNAL CIAL LIASfO WIR Rayonne, N. .1.. Oct. 17. -The de mands of the striking Standard !il employes were refused again today, when a committee representing the striker conferred with Ceorge lien nessy. superintendent of the Standard oil company's main plant The com mittee was appointed yesterday as the result of u mass meeting arranged by the city aiithorit ies. Superintendent llennessy Informed the commute)-, it was reported that he would deal with them when they dropped llieir wane demands. He ij the company was ready to grant or arbitrate the other demands regard ing work conditions and rearrange ment of hours. low:! RhicUni.nl ( ase Dropped. Chicago, Oct. 17. -It was learned today that federal investigation of the so-called "low., blu-kiuail case" has been dropped. An b.vv.i man, whose names Was never made public, in this case was raid to have been victimized out of JIO.OUO by two girls. Harold W. Jirka, attorn,)- for the gir!s in volved, said that investig.itn.ii had shown that the girls ha. I a just claim on "a wealth) druggist fron Cl'J.11 Rapids." AS GOOD AS A CHEW OF "SPEAR HEAD" That Means the Supreme De gree of Rich, Luscious Tobacco Flavor NO OTHER CHEW EQUALS IT Nature varies tlic flavor she puts into tlie (liltercnt graiks of tobacco leaf 'and the best of all is tlic flavor of i ;liuive red Hurley that pleases vuu so mightily when you chew Spear Head. The delicious fruity flavor of a chew of Spear Head is a revelation to the man who lias never chewed or who has been chewing near-good tobacco. For chewing is the one way to get all the wholesome, healthful, appetizing flavor of the tobacco leafproviding; von chew a high-grade plug like Spear llead. " No other tobacco can compare with Spear Head in the wholesome satisfac- i tion it gives. i You get more savory sweetness in a chew of Spear Head than in a whole, plug of ordinary tobacco. And you get it in its purest form for Spear Head is made amid the most wholesome surroundings, in a great, ! new factory that's kept absolutely clean ; and sanitary. Try this rich, nu 'lovv, satisfying, pure chew. Such a chew cannot lie obtained in any other tobacco than Spear Head. In 5c and 10c cuts, MILITARY COURSE IN ! SCHOOLS IS PLAN ! lav WORNINfl JOURNAL IPfCIAL LI ARI 0 WIR- Washington, ii. t. 17. The fiist step' toward Inaugurating In a score of' leading universities and colleges a ! course along lines drafted by the war j oep.i rt inent to equip students to be-' come reserve officers of the army, ; was taken here today at a conference . between president and executive of- ' fieials of such Institutions and rank-; Ing officers of the army. ; A tenlalive piogiam Has ilisclissi u and submitted to a committee for; drafting along lines described by the national defense act, providing for military instruction in civilian institu tions. It will be issued by the war department in the form of a geiietul- order. 1'ndcr the proposed plan, tin governuii nt would provide army in structors, equipment, and other as sistance. COLO, POWER CO, ASKS FOR VALUATION REDUCTION (BV MORNINft JOURNAL BPtCIAL LIABRD WIRB- I'enver, Colo., int. 17. -Hearing before the stale board of equalization continued today, with protest from representatives of the Colorado Pow er company of Moulder county, who ask a reduction of valuation esti mate upon which their tax asseinent Wa based. Representatives of the I'nlon Pacific Railway eonii'.in.y who protested against the a -sc-ainent lev ied on their properties in Weld county, were heard early today. No decisions, it was said, are to he announced this week, as practically all of the week is to he taken up with the healings. vsi:i it i:i.i:vi: m:rs. There is one remedy that, for many year has given relief from coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough. It is probably the best known family cough medicine in the world and he cause it contain no opiate i strong ly recommended for children as well a adults. Mr. Chas. Kielz. Allen Mills, Pa., writes: "1 have used Fol ey' Honey' and Tar for eleven years and I would not be without It." R promptly relieves hoarseness, tickling throat, bronchial coughs, inflamed and congested membranes and per mits refreshing Bleep. Sold every where. Reduced fac-simflc of dottle and Package. For your health's sake do not ac cept a substitute for Duffy's MBit key It is in a class by itself, as time has proved, and imitations that may be offered to you cannot possibly do tho same amount of good. You will always find the penuine Duffy's wrapped in Duffy's Annual, as shown in the above illustration. After the Annual is removed the well known "Old Chemist" trade-mark is on the label and on the seal over the cork, the name of the Company is also blown in the bottle. Study the illustration and you will be able to avoid substitution. 8t Duffy' and Kttp Wtll" At most drug gists, fTocers and dealers, $1.00 If they can't supply you, write us. I'scful household booklet free. Th DviMi't WhlWev Co., Rochntr, N Y. (PI Remember IS THE THIRD DAY OF Albuquerque's OFFERING EVER KNOWN IN THE HEART OF THE SEASON ON NEW FALL AND WINTER Overcoats Mackinaws 1 Sweaters 1 I Shoes S 1 Hals 1 1 Shirts i I and i Underwear -j ;"i ii H WRIGHT 1 Clothing fCompanyj ""!l .uaai win aajanaavaaanf flr T"