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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Wednesday. October 18, 1916.
TKreT inn vote ! nEMEFM ffllCE PHWER fit PRESIDENT House of Deputies at Episco- pal (jonvenuun ouuo Petition for the Nation In stead. PRESENT SUPPLICATION IS ENGLISH ADAPTATION Nnt Concerned Over Executive's I lealtn and Prosperity 01 ma uin..-Felicity, ,o."'-' l. house Of (Ml. . . a convention 01 St. I'"IIIS' l"l'ul"':; " ,......,... I church vol ,h , Plot. 'X nun I i"" 1 , ,h , ,i. nccial prayers for i morning and evening !" -UZn p " t... for r ,,-ivrr for l ho safety and I!;,,: pray.T will 1,' nsed in both s,-r- I ,,, uv. .- n...iti.i.i h.. finally everlasting J...V and flicty. i-,"i,,7ltror ,,rvi(.PS while asking that the . . jllllt ..;',n,l all other in authority siu, tin- wisdom and strength ir.ority r eternal l'di'ity. The House also voted, .lesp.to V.f? ,r... protests', to omit the words "the m.mor of this Hlntr." from he m-ning prayor, It being' argued that Mil other in authority" included tin- ., i,;,.i. iinu r.doi.ted Jit 1 tic main;.-. " th,. suggestion of the oonim issinn on t-rayor l.k, must bo approved , l,y tlic house of bishops ftml by the n.'-xt general convention before it can i .romc effective. j Ailuplnlion l i-oin laiiglanil. j llosel! Page of lioavcr lam, l'a., ol.jeettd to tlic change. llov. T.oigli- j ton Parks of New York"," sfToke In fa- I v.,r of tile change, lie sal.l that the ; I.riwnt prayer in the Morning Her-j lire was an a.laitation of the prayer j fnr tlie king in the prayer book of j (lie rhureh of Knglnnd, anil that it: w:is trivial to pray for the health, j jiinsperit y and long life of the pies- I idfiit. In (lie lionse of deputies, the day- was largely nerupicii nv lite i'imimi-, .if the proposed changes in the bonk of common prayer. Tlio rrcoinni.-n- j (latiTin of the coinnilssion appointed j at the last general convention to i STi.ij- the problem, were read and j i ussr.l section by section, ; .Members of the commission an- j pwered in'iiiiries and offered suoges- i arms ami in practically every case j the changes, heintjr in the interest of j iii'liieviati.m and simplification, were i appi ov-il. j The house of bishops, the upper j l'.ly, liuMing its meet i n behind j Hosed iloors, also spent the day con- , saining tlie proioscd changes. ! ('(annul Ice s Adverse, Skilful parliamentary mencuvering f-.ve.l the resolution admitting women to membership in the house of depn-ti.-s from Ileitis killed by an adverse '""miittee report. The committee to "iii'h the resolution, introduced by Holieit II. (Jm -diner of Maine, had t.w-n referred, reported the proposal Has inexpedient at this time. Mr. Gardiner, however, before tlio eoni mittee report was acted upon, made amotion placing the original resolu 1 on the calendar, thus giving it a 'Ikiiii'0 for discussion in the house. STARS IN FILMDOM i - p ' .... '. V ; .'' . . ' "' " ' ' a DECLARES FRENCH POLICIES WILL BE REMOULDED Premier Briand Predicts Tiiat After the War the Repub lic Will Make Use of Us Lessons, t i Tin: rii.M ii in t or i:. n. sotiii:ij GERMANY'S FIFTH LOfll REACHES HIGH GRAND TOTAL He explained that a woman is no longer a chattel, as she was regarded l.tMMi years a;'o who nlho church was founded. Cognizance (,f the Kujopoan war Was taken in both houses of the con -Volition today. From the house of bishops came the announcement Unit the pastoral letter this year will contain a me -aj-e to the communi cants of the church "in view of (he present woi Id ei isiv.." This" Idler is read at the linal ses.' bn of i a h di-j elinial convention and snbseiiieiil ly in each rroti . taut. I'.piseopal i linrcii ; in the l'nite, stales. 'the liigbl l:ov. Charles II. Kreiit, bishop of toe I'hilippiinr; K.ght K. v. Williafii l.aHi'cucc, bishop of Mas-a-chusetls, and the l:iht Uov. Charles 1. Anderson, bishop of Chicago, were chosen to draft tlie letter. Steps looking toward an offic ial expression from the convention of its attitude on practical methods tending; to minimize war were taken today, when the house of deputies adopt ed a resolution, submitted by Lewis j Stockton, a layman of I'.iiffalo, X. V. This proposed that a committee of three clergymen and three k y men 1M , , ..,., ..... r.,.,...,,, t tl,( he appointed to . resent a resolution j j(,un li loan, neeonliui; to a recapilu cmboilyiiiK; these ideas to (he bouse. ; ,i t ion of ibe loan statistics just puh TIip bouse of bishons t. inclined in I li: licl. The number of subscribers the resolution. ; nn wa A larger religious life in the homes '.' '' of the I'nited Stales was urged in a j ' " '! resolution introduced in Subsciibors to tlic Cinpire's Cofleis of Mais Biin?', Aiin.uiitolLast "Touch'' Up to 10,500,000,000 Maiks RV MDONINa JOUNNML IICIAL IIAKD VIIII I lerliii, i let . 1 7 ( via London, I let. Is.) The fifth war loan attained its grand i . t : I of Hi. Mm, nun marks by tbo taking of big subscribers those lending more than Ml, lino marks apiece, while the individuals so bscri li ing le.-s than Mi.onu marks fell off Hi r " all. I'M) in. i Iks 111- iopi t c , 7 j , to :i,;;v;,, and ns increased froni 4,TlS,l.li(l i.iiii T;io y liscribel s ot ' house j ,l:, i.iiiiii.iMui marks increased IBV MORN(N JOMftNM. ttClkL LIAflffD W(M l'aris, del. IT. The r, niouldin of l'lenctl liolltical lu.thnds after the war resulting In a ( onoenti ation of government, Is predicted by l'lcmier l:riand, according to a con e i sa t Ion the premier has had Willi fiicinl--, which Is recapitulated In the Figaro by Alfred Capus, the dramatist and member of the French academy. M. Capus (iioted the premier as saving; "As the result of lessons which It can not escape, 1 believe our country will resume instlneti civ the notion of direct council and authority. There will be this difference, that while ifi dcr polilh-nl regime Ihis authoiity was upon it historically ami by ciisloin. today It Is the country Itself which deinambi it from its elected repre sentatives as well as a more firm and concentrated direction of it., biciness. Itiimiil to Hate I ii"-h Outlook. "I am thinking of the next group of iKilll iciaus who will ho in power. They are bound to come oil the scene with a fresh outlook and less bound by opinions- ami doctrines will submit themselves more easily to ex perience. Our present political methods are not at all damaged LV the war. They simply reipiiie to be revised and remoulded and readapt ed. "There w ill be sub it it nt. ,1 the no tion of public welfare which has been lost In what one might call the pul erlzatioii of efforts. What will be wanted will be the concentration of elt'ort in the general Interest. "In my opinion tne need of tomor row Is to concentrate instead of dis perse, and you can not Imagine with what good will universal .suffrage will accept these principles." Speaking of the actual situation, Premier ltriinid said: ' I simply ask you to consider what has already been gained and what ulf;a THE HUTCHIMSON F LDUR KILLS CO HUTCHINSON, KANS. U.S. FLOUR f-,: .; ' THE HETTER K . i 1 - GROCERS V m . I1 , 1 ollr t.ro.cr Hits It ivi F:j Made From Selected Kansas Hard Wheat. Every Process of Manu facture Vigilantly Guarded. Wholesome Quality . ., Consistently Maintained. DEMAND CAUSES !T0 IKE RDRAL IT BULLivEMEl IN VILLA MONEY Troops on the Bolder Anxious to Pin oil, tlio P.ainlil'i; Cuiicnoy lor Souvonii:;, So Its Value (Iocs Up. Ifl MOHNIN. JOU..I.KL .PICIAL L.A.f D W.H.I Kl Paso. Tex,, (.el. IS. - Fi i.ncisco ilia's inoiie i.-. -mill more now tliau it was when Villa reigned in the slate lace at Cl.ihiialiiia City ai SCHOOLS CENTERS OF COMMUNITY Our Lduc; ition.il 0oii:":rcss ili,inaH.is )i:.onss ol Ooiinliy I ifo D U WATER TO AVOID SICKNESS SAYS AUTHORITY 'V MORNIN. IO.lNNl IPIO tr.tl WIHk. Indianapolis, lot. 1 .". I low everv luial school i ii . i - be maile a eominun- 1 1 cent i I is olio of the iil( lloin to , Mii.,1 iief.ii.. the Funuei ,' National no hazard of war can take from li imllcil northern Mexico. 'the Culled j concr. which opened heie today. Com. are w hat France and Pa i is were sta I es army Is oddly i espomalde loi Anoi lo r pn e if I lie l in al eilui at loll- in .llllv 1I)H, with what Ihcv are in I his Increase. ial wmU m which III ingress mix October, l!Ufi. The trull, is, that we j .enl doun to the border with the lak.n a., micros) Is how .to b. log the wmo not decadent, but that a new ' ta I ion of taking part III the Villa conn I ry school more directly umb'l Glass of hot water before breakfast daily keeps the doctor away. Sanitary nclenee linn of late mad rapid utrldoM with remiltn Hint ar ot untold blessing lo hunmnlly. The lut es! application of its uutlrliuf reHi.arch Is the re. ominetidiitlnii t tint U III neecHsary to attend to Internal hiuiIIu (ion of Die drainage Hymetn of the hu man body as it Ih to Die ilrulm of (ho I holIHe, BAD DREAMS ' ARE SYMPTOMS W Health the Cause Many Alarming Symptoms of Wo men's Ailments-How Cured. Patersnn M T T 4i 1. t u.. T r d '" Liicimv yuu lur too Lya E.Piriklum remedies as they havu made me feel happy and healthy. Some time ago 1 felt so run down, had pains in my back and side, was very irregular, tired, nervous, had such bad dreams, did not feel like eat ing and had short j breath. I read your I aavertisement in '1 lire. ot deputies by the key. Charles N. ,v in 7j;,, and tloir loans by Tyndell of Willia mspoi t, Pa. This ii.;i;.eiiii,iui.l marks, Die biK-'.esi ill resolution, which was referred lojoioase in any one class, committee, said there jiad been The rinallesl subscribers those serious changes in the familv and I he ! loaning b ss than 2 narks fell ofr home life of the America,, people ! in number by 1 iXU. and In sub- , c i it.t, oiis iv T.iliin.ioiO marks. .luruiK the present generation and , .,',, ,,n ,,',, 1;1 lls ,,.,., mst Iv by that it is to the church that the p. o- , ,,,, ,,.,,,, uil, ,h,. fourlli loan, pie look for a different Icadcrshin m I ,-v.-. Iieeausc tlic latter was dis CotiKcrvillK the best (dements. The imilly a loin of liitb- .sNbscribers and resolution proviilos foi a com mis: -hoi ; a: t ly cibpsed all of the previous of five bishops, five cleicvmcii, ami iil .ee loans. The fifth loan includes rie r ,,.,,. e, ,,,.. ,,,, ... i,,,i,. : : ,n ecu marks sub:,, ribeil by (he pop- , , ,e , u, ; ,.,, ., ,, i ' 1 1 1: , i m ill of Milan, a Uussian P.alticl condition of the home and family lnV j ''' ,.Siu- hea.huarters of (he people of the I'liiled Wat. , wl't!( (7( ,.,, hl in today at which in ils relation (o religion and mr:.l.," j n,,. puiilii- may turn in jewelry to In making a report to (lie I !. I !l I'.mvwi - ! ,.ri.ii;,, Die empire's supply of gold tion against the y tii.-n 1 of Die exact val- Annoulieeincnt was mad- I mm i he of cold. . it h, , s a , o to be opened tonight that ' 1 !"' '" 1 'si.o.s in. .... m;io:' aloi cli' eon no. i in. men ' ' i , .i,,,n of la ilin so. btv. officials of halt, .Minn., will he eomi ei :. t . ,1 , ,(,.,, .. ), ,..,. in bishop Colorado in lain. r. .la n tin ry ,. IU. ,,,,,,, I . - i. to the iity ball h.ad 1. The liight P.cv. ll.llliel s. Tnllle , ili:i-tt.s that it is . vpecled Ihis bu of St. Louis, presiding- bishop of the ; rVan will liav- to be enlarged. church will officiate. ! . Announcement al-o was made that j all for llailuay omm.sslo.icrs the house or deputies will go into ex- j Mecdng;. ecutive session late tomorrow consid-1 Washinc) on. . . -t. 1..-A call was election : is-lled to, lay lor Hie 1 w e n n - c I e, o . 1 1 la conxenlion of (he .NatH I (encration had sirimg ii, more sen sible, perhaps, to reminders of de feat; more serious, more impatient, 1 'la'!., those w hich had proci .led It. Ccrmaii insolence had chnt rlbut'ed "a t;rca! deal to this (dale of mind. And as One. nevertheless, dared not to think of war, Ihero resulted n contin ual conflict between exulted lim.gimi (ions mill humdrum routine politics. chase, the iialmnal nuard ancn from the supi i vision of the nu Cl inlei- ,:ll pails of 11 II 11 1 1 y have beelllOenls. piirclnisme Villa's currency I rom local j The .im slin.i of sii ileal, is as souvenirs of their oat to the border and have been s. ndinn thl--paper morWy'hoii,,. to relatives - ami 1 1 lends. The result has been a e , al demand for the money whicti Villa r.lei ed prlnled on a hand pi ess in j ( 'hiliuahiia City. When Villa was In power hit moii- fv reached a "hicli waler mark" of v isioii has been I rouble-. cm ill most slate-; Ho- supe; inleu.ieiii ol -V'linl y ,n lioida olieii has i li Ileal (til I i, s to look aft. r In. h pi cv til linn I' i mil getting away I'lom his de. 1.. T'o Tlo.se of us who arn ncciiMtoinil to feel dull and heavy when we arl, splitting headache, stuffy from a cold, foul toiiRuc, nasty breath, iield toiu a. h. can, liulciid, feel n frmh n a daisy by opening (he Hh lec of (h v- II is said, because 1cm i n. Il iiioruliiK nod fiUHhlnB out the whole or tho Internal politonou Hl:r,'r.atn mutter. Fvcrvone, win thor nlllirK, lelt or well, simuld iuli rnortilnir befora i onur.ss pi opuses to ret iv I iiis, i nai ; la.i si. 1 1 1 1 ii it u uir.R or real noi Hi,, sup.-l inlendl 111 In- lelleved of till Wllbr whll IL tellMpilouflll of lilnextoil eh iie.il iluiic ami pio,ldid with n phoHploil.. In It to wash from tlm means of liaveline with tlm speed Nlouinoh, liver and ImivvpIm Iho prvlon , t. ,"" " i no ." wawie. Hour nun una 1 .. .f t.,i-..l nnnriM 111! ..... 4 ..i...... ('.. in., -..an. Tn.- Itl-f IcalicllVo ills' I I ;f......i (..:.. 1, .. iirntnlca, '',..' . i '..v I.,... , T i a is,. Iho slam laid ol tciichcrx ).ol' iiiomi toxins- thllN cIcanMli.ff, need for di.sl raci ion. bv a violent dc-! al and, Lelon- illa was lorced i" ....... i. ...'... I (Viiilnitc 4 hi, 1. nl li HlJilil, ft wtibi i si I ml (om.i.ss piopoMs that rural In ' ""k -"m l. .i.-l,,d from lliose in """ '".v cum.. i,e,.Me puuiiiK inuro .,. , i. i. ...ii. .,,,.,1 , ,ii, .on i, .i.i ii. i... '. ioio ines.omaci. i r m union or I'cK Iho World hid Not. Appreciate. J el K cems.o, .. ! s n . 1 : 1 1 1 1 v ,)' 1 ..,.,. :y .inc: 1 ' water and llmes.on ph,mh on "No, again. It waH not. decadence:! " ' '',', .. ,.. ,,.,. p, ti'dK) worlli a c i.i.Mv cci.t. r of lb" li -m .t V l 01101. I, Is wonderfully In- I, was. rather, ,-r ditven inward - f 1 ',!,. ',,. of Cili- ! s t - 0. ''''- ren:,,'.,.,,::;Vo' l Z T wZ. X he old insult, revived bluntly in (he;,,,, ,;l,s ,,.,,,,.,, ,,.,,,,,. ,..,:, Hoy I v I- ... .... posstbh. ' ; ' mind by incessant provocation. And j ,,(ll;m,l .1 is In the bandit leader's , mt, rest ,,!,, lead-c:, am) n 1 "i.sl rJ:il , H "Vl.ll"' you ',r enjoy! then, we felt that Cue world did not ney have been naving a hi. I'd (line, more . hi liu-.i.ism anii.e,; I ho: o "' ! jMlr your break fas) I he phosphaled hot apiircciate us al our just value, and j gelling ......ugh to supply the demand. I t.-a.h ' iia l-i l. a, iuiir 111 .,(,.,. p, ,,,.v cxiHicnng it largn vol- ithal. irritated and hurt us. ' 1 '.' .' ' V ii. 1... .n .,,-..,1 1.,- .(-""" "r w;""r Ul" K-t- 'A nation seen from without has a havi the house of bishop the Kev. lr ing P. .lohuson of Fa 1 i moccralcl er the confirmation of the of the Uev. Jam. s Wise of St. amis agriculture' resources , Association of Hallway commission i ci s, to be held bi l e November 1 1. i Work of the coiii-i cssioiial joint sob- NOT madejiie most oe j;;;;;;:;;:l,;;j:-:l;;;;r,;;'' r;;!";;::1 I prim ipal topi' s 01 nisciia.sion. ALL RU DDI AID NERVOUS (V HnlNINfl JOt.NNAL PnL LIAfl U Wll Columbia, S. "el. Hi. I-:. -I. : Watson, prosid. nt of tlie National 1 Association of Commissioners ol A- j 1 icoll tn .', issued a (all today t-r a meeting or the as-ocialmh's ex" " j committee at Wash ih,-,i on, 1 b. r U' . lo discuss conditions win. h he said: were rctaiding agricull oral lievelop meli(. lb- declined lo di.-. ass the I conditions, but issue,! a statement j saying: . ! "For some months or'aiii ,omli- M (ions have been, developing in """' t nmdcvehdoJenrth,:'" This Lady Who Had to :.l resources or tile nation an , has been an increasing .h-muml that steis be taken to cine these comli- I (ions. It is probable that afb r .lis- I cussini; these mailers fuHc in U...-'h-j iilL'loii the members of Ihe commit- j tee will pioooc, to Shadow I .awn. to) discuss (hem from the naln iial si j x.i.l-.l im.si, Mrs. Salli" Kidson, jioint wi(h President Wils.ui." , f .j..,,. u , , : , . -- was In very Support Family of Four. Read Below Her State ment About Carclui. rTT " ''he newspapers and wfcd to try a bottle of Lydia E.Pink- i2. il T 131,6 cmpound. It worked W & a f iwt Lottie, so I took a second S !lrl;,,l,oabottl6 Lylia E. iml lBi0fKl Purifier. and now I am ",wel,"ny other woman. I ad hni. ,Woman. single or married, " troubled with any of the afore- viS'r"-' 10 lry ynur wonderful I oie Compound and Elood Purifier 1 am sure they will help her to get SNl,e!''-M Elsie J. Sande, 7 Godwin Street, Pat- fS;ires with 6ny form of do not, 1,' symptoms that they Ihe iVh ?Und' are invited to write Lvnn It I'inkhafI' Medicine Co., "lyfreec!coet. ?srm mcav voitii com iv. New York. Int. 1 7. Spot Co) Ion, sbady. diddling uplands, lx.K.e; sales, 10(1 bales. mi:ti.h. .IIM-doUII. Ie-.ms, PRESIDENT'S PARDON !.,,.. rai,..;. ,..-u, . ......j COST HUBBARD'S LIFE - Z J !';':' TZ ,a v. ry bald time, working for s-v.-n Philaddphia Press. , l'y.a,,':n :, bot-l after my father died (in January 11. Klbcrt lii-, 1,., ,i to suppoi 1 our family of four. I bard ideadcd gmllv in tin- feii. ial . ,.,. ,, t:. puihday Almanac and cuit court at P.uffalo to six .omits '" :,,,...,,, r w..uld begin taking Cardui. an indictment broiiubt by -i i' d-ial f !.,,,,,, ,,) L.1), ,,.,.f, from it 1 am sran.l jury charging him with t.u, Wl!) (1 , t)i:,i it ( laims to do. immoral mailer through the 1 . ' ,. ,. f,ir ,,,tt .s before it The matter was conta.m .1 ;r. a p. 1 1- ' , ( ffl., t sn,.,. that I cdical of which he was ,., ,,pr..-f.r. 1 1-. h.-.-.-.n t slew ,ff t .U was fined $10.1 on one count and sc, - :, , . o d ra ,.,dly galnM in K..1 fence on the other five coim's w..:,r.l sircu-ih. I tod: mno. holies ,1. i.uspende.l during good behavior. An- rii,- is the only lime I have tomalieallv his conviction depny-d , , , was.lovvn to Ins pounds him of his riirhts :is an Ameri an r" ;,ad 1 t-im .1 '" 1 f'-'t hke a new zi n. He appealed to President TaU V ii!l; ,J j ,,,,,1,11,1 sleep l for.- and for a pardon, but it was denied mi )h. - r ilia' d. I would get so ncrv- uroun.l (hat (he petition was p ...,.. ture. In April. 191".. d.-sirinu to ob tain a passport in or.b r that he in.vl.' ... . 1.- t.. ,...,(.. a I. not the war, vv,.sl,ln..nn and thi-oo-h .bt. 1 mimd oi.ly ly Ih- r.sult 1- '. , ..1..1 lo p.. s- eo, 1 .'.a. 1 ils a teal use. The Ihou-l .-..fie.itiv . iiuii.io .' 1 , , 1 ih ...... ...c.... ,1 do. ma'-' . .. . ' l..f..,s .... ):.cc reciiv.ll Pol a I oe-- I i K h r. Ill (cililM, (" ter to (he adorn.-y g.-n. ral. !:ecm- , , rv j,,r t -r iii..nv uieiiilation lor a i:irin ..,;.t. f'il ., -. rs a ., at.d numb. Ami all (his :c o; p- d 1 y '.,rd:ii." The i,n,. valce of a meiln ine can be oh- said to I 011 ul n di -t 1 ids. II, sol. I i I III. II llllll Hill III ! lilli.l 1 1 -I iles to be ,ll illssed ,y I III! (.. .. ..,.1 a,,. ... .'.in 1:11 1 mil uas 1 cone 1 - s vv mm 1 ta 10 1.1. i- general lisped 10 which .all Its citizens , , ,.,,,,:,,.... ,1.,, I an,, ,,,a, lax 1.1'obl. ins conlrlbiile. II is that aspolc which n ,,.r I huil.l sml i.ilibiy, water p...i lorciunei- sees , . i.nai ,, 11a n 1 1 1 ics . 1 1 oe 1 1 .a ... ....... - , , , plexloiiM lire urge, to Kot a quarlir his opinion. Wi II. our iis.ec( was not I also have h.-en shipped (o Ch l.-ai-'o. ma 1 k . t in :; pi o ). m-. a u 111. ; M1I, ,,r i,n,.K. i,,o..iatn fronl and I ha I- was because It I New V.nk and oilier cities ol 1 lie 11 cm a i.iw. .. . "" ' ',','lhc dinir (dole. 'I'liiM will cost very WllelC 11 IM IC'.-II III. u.ai.e , Ihtli llnir ready for a thorough IIiihIiIiib; of ,',,,,,( all lh( liisldo orgiinH. I 1 ii" millions or poopm wrio lira bothered with coiiMtlpi.tlon, bllloiin in our favor was in.) t rule mil : ..... . .... ............. i .1,... ! a. I veil isi in.; purposes. Die 11,11111 1 1 v an old (leic.n ami 1 .... . - - , . . . I lie .1 .1 1 1 is. a mini; 1 ... , was distoi led I I'liiled Slat but Is Hiifficl.-iit 1. 1 make, any the day that ib feat was wiped (111). W lien l'Vance showed ,y unheard-of heroism that she mean) to throw off i f: I I hat m are ' " n " ' : I spells, id. ,111:11)1 trouble. rheiimiitlo '"i- ""' '''"'l'-11; ' i'ii..m; otliers who have Hallow Ihe money. II l.-i estimated s. ntaiive i.aipi, .moss 01 111,1 i' ; 1 I Ins, blood dlHordcr.. and Klckly com- l(iii,liiiii,liin) vvoflli of Ihis cur-I I bin S. -f-, 1 no 1 "i me 1 . nrotiouuccd iranU on Iho uli lias I e.-ii printed :ni'l eircu- ! Ion 1 1 y the eibscsslon - on Unit day sudden IV ' Intel t h 1 0111; lorn I the lulled States all p copies by common agreement rec-and cbeuhete. ognled their error as regards us audi (he pres(i(;e of Prance has become WQM EN SLAP EACH again extraordinary greater than It has ever been at any epoch. I!oalnod All Inl'lucnee. t of Internal m. 11 1 1 11 1 1 . .11. ''In regaining our Individuality as n. nation wo have roeompM red at a blow all our influence, all our ntlrne tion. Thai is what we have gained and nolhitiK' can aff.cl II. Thai Is the moral work accomplished In I hour two years, not to speak of the res). 'The rouse, (liem 1 s'.' I Hen 1c 11 labbs They will affect all of us. our ndviin-jby of Ihe Moor.. II lacs as eiliy.om: as much as our In-: vicoi ous .'lap-! w..- .lass Machine '. Iic.la.cs Idon.l. piDabaii-.h, l'a , ' "el. I ,'. I 'I I I -- of the i... ri. .-in W indow Class Ma- ,a, ,,a,, i,, a . to.la V d, i la I id II dlU OTHER OVER POLITICS i t . . i ..f p 1 ! ,. f, at... I; TIhm iiMkis a total of Taenia, 1ash. All, ,- last nlghlV f. I ' l-r " "I on Do- paid stork svniiialhctic crowd in Spokune. I In-j vvil bin a o.ir or $ '!,s I :.,niin on Hie I.; cainpa ir mi s, lirimminii Willi ci.nli su,. ,,l $ ,-, ami. (MM., .'eiice. moved on S'.-atile. and I her", j 11 " I Imiiiv Ii tlie. buried the I oma ha w I.. . . Uov had l-a.lv to use on ex Senator J Qf 1 IirOat Mltl LllllgS Peveri.lc.o ol Indiana o cm .1 ! iim I SI I PP.OIIN ( lt .IIS ASM I.IS ECKMAN'S Sold by All l.cadlllg IH'UkkIhIm line, t h y t a ii into U i laon p a i lisan I hie time omen, A lit- lit ill the lob iter, in winch .. . i I H ' - - m jm - m dnslrial proscpiiiy. Tl y wil , a f fee. " " " labor, ocmmcr.c, ,ne ar.s or iixo v., wh(M t,( (iln n(i (, s The completion ut the task, j ,,. : l;li ,,, ,,. ,,),.,. crowning of it. by victory, Is welljwil ,M t hv L, ,,.,.,,,aied molot., worth taking time and path-iicc over. ., (omniillee of uoinen, lieiiib d by And if thai icl.uv is hard to win it .Mrs llu-h Coo. I. whose hmbaml .a ; ! Is precisely on .-."count of Ils exlcnl wealthy Colorado mine owner, was;, end of what must be wrested fioioilosl on the Titanic, and Mis P. K.lf- I il IIV", W He ol I he pl eshlciil o 1 ne ; , l-'ilsl National hank of Seattle. .Midjt a Hal Vo of toy bomba (he .: 1 1 I V was, taken Ihroiigh lim s of i-lioa iiu; pen : pie lo ) lie ,lool c I healer. i ; . In. Travis, Alice Suil.er p.uike, and clliei..; si.okc v 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 in li i i ii pi ion , ; , . I ul when Misa lib, i let h I- i . ma n, . - ullo hale Hi a Hie i,l. of imindim- Up--Urn color, d v ole, l.er,an lo a-i: ail Pl i. hail Wilson on the mound Dial he j ,,, n,.W! ii:m noi li n o in punc c p 1 1 f- 1 1 aloi : or soul hei u I;, neliim-s, I he I ! fun been n. I ; Prom I lie audb nee I lu-i ,. , a me I FAYWOOD HOT SPRINGS l-'or I'heumatbim, Stonuich Trou I, Ics. Kidney Allmciils. Inflimma lions, Ail.rhil I la rdenliig. Loco motor Alavi i Nervoim llrraklnir. ile. Police) 'I'leill inei.t, perfect I'limiit.', 1 1 -.. 1 1 1 1 1 , I ' I . si . i r M.tft Modem I Intel. Ilooklot. Hound Hip lo I iu wood (ioio Albuijuer ipio, St I. '1. 70. T. C. M'DERMOTT I'nywoo.l N. f. Need any lielp? Use a Journal Want Ad. Hie enemy bofnie It can b" (innplele For lunch depemls upon It. A 1'iee fxislence, prospriily, social lafotimi. a republic powerful ami unchal lenged." Me-uiiKS P.rick iMdivciy. Santa I'e, lid. 17. The peniten tiary has resound the delivery of brick after a delay of almost two weeks, and hi ick laying al museum has been resumed. -v New ' ork, cl. 17. Copper I'lrm. I'.le. (roltic, first, (iiar)er, $J7.r,H'o is.nn. Iron--Steady. No. 1 nor) hern. M'n t'l.r.O; No. 2, $'J0. ,()',( ''l. (Hi; No. southern, $ JO.dlCi L'(). .all ; No. Z. 1 1 ". .(Co 2l (id. r,iti liull. Spot offere, at $ 1 .00. ( IIK A. PKIHII ( i:. Cl-d.-airo, (nt. 17. -- Puller I'n haligcd. Ki;gM Pcceipts, r,,2,l cases. I'll- hang.d. i t "s- (W J J z:;z,zi;:;;:si:;Z:Z . u r-f vn imi liar Hfi- or d, -acre,-,,,,-, , I I . vl y, . "iiSr" . "VW'Tffl Though Ih" lumilll. .) I lo u la I e.l by u . '.7lffytfjyiM ' " ll,,ll exclusively, I h lea t e I at on lime lo bleak Up Ihe IlieelinU, Mlrs l.'ieemaii mamu.'ed to calm Hilncs liV I iwil'liim; lo a diir.-r.-nl topic. Two of the Wilson women, however. , Jf - '.. i , fused lo he paillii-d and stalled to I V""" '" Iu,r Your Arm vf Jiutever ftluh ionised lo he leave III,, tin liter. Ill Ihe lot. by IhcV i m o 1 1 1 1 1 , i , ) I o women ushers cm I plo'.ed bv tile Seallle llofbes ;i 1 1 ill ne,-. I Words were exohuiuod and suddeiiivj one or II, e Wilson soppol li I slappe-l 1)ie (lio'h.s woman ll' loss l)ie face 'I he fiaeas had allno'd reached lie lean pollute Hlace when a man sepai ati d II," i-iilill.iil-ilil A p di in:, 0 lion led Die WilsoniaiiH lioni tin lobby. pnd the lardon was lis I b.v tributes to its vv rib and effect ivf.iess dent Wilson. Hubb.-.id obtained o-j . r .-,,,, woman!; ail- lassport. Hailed on the Lu.-itama und (.ardui t!lt woiuan';-'.oioc wag lost. 1 cars f ron! ears. Minnesota and li.ikoia while ... !. "ulian.l 'diios. 1 1 :. ' 1 ; Ml Iiikmii and Wisconsin white, Jl.l;ii'o 1 '!',. Poultry -Alive. Lower. l-'owls, 16 !' c; i,rii,c,H, H ',' c. Kch(i.i ( rihin SIi.iWn P.ij f..ios. Santa pe, '1,1. I 7. laid . i ount v I" d.iv l polled lo II, e di pailm. Ill id id malum :i laliool (cmius or 4.H'dl, a . ,11, i.r .' I IO C! I. oil e .1 . The c. II I ll : oT . il el o I nun I y ),,. w a :,.:!, p, . ,on; l.clwcill H.e : I : ' . i of T, and ;' I Vc.iis, il laiin or .ii,. oT last jciir. .1. I t- ,i rp I at.....i.4 (i.i, )if. .1 nin.i. ntl.i.n n .1 l. . I ,h .- - ' "llv R,,l,,, wi(h 1.14.. n. A ,!( ,.,.l - I 0- ,... . awr!.!!, et nM .1." rutin. Lvm", ai .'- ll. li.tti ..,( .), ! .-4 (J,,,,,..,.,.. I M A- '- I .1 .ii .I....I..-I .... ... f.-U t.,.1 a i.-rr .ll f..v.,., k .i. ,.,.. (.,. , I I,..., il.. . I..I.I. J..U ),,. I (I .. V. N-V l. I ,1 K.-e.l.., ( All lk. ,S.ai. ...... . 1 1.. e-.o. S..I.I li ,.- I. ..... d..l.r .,.,1 Hf .ltrr .(Milt . NtW M.tllil ,.l..,,.....,t tVM K. ,1, .w. v. 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