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AIBuquerque Morning Journal, Friday, October 20, 1916.
A Matchless Bargain IN FLOOR COVERING A XKAR-LIXO covering of New, illicit, Pleasing Pattern at the exceptional low price of 49 Cents Per Square Yard, If You Lay It and 57 Cents Per Square Yard, If We Lay It. Sample on Exhibition in Our Xorth Second Street Windows. STRONG BROS. run rioxvjiu noun i'ukmsuuks Comer Second and Copper. Si mug HWk Wc (iivc (Ireen Trading Stamps 11 VACATED BY in m PATH IS BURNED 1 IS MAGNIFICENTLY Angered by Male Population's flight From Beins Impressed Into Command, Bandit Com mits Atrocities, H t ?. 4 -f. 4 AZTEC Fuel Company Gallup Lump Gallup Stove Native Wood Sawed & Split Mill Kindling PHONE 251 lowing its clear line of duly, it en Jingcd In a personal, vindictive war, leaving the lives and pi nporty nf our ltl.i-iin lo be destroyed. "Thl deplorable course lowered our International prestige. When the ud iTilnlstriitinn illl speak for American right, IIh words were not take n sorl tmly. It lind iniido IIm reputation, "Ah n result we have destruction of .American 1 1 vp nnd properly inol In lerferchco with American commerce which, could have been pievenled. 'I'll executive nan hud many nt toul'ec ul hln command luul he ran lrotct our known rights without "llei ently, wc luid Illuminating ut terance from two of the most Import nt of (In, spokesmen of the ndmlnis irHtlon two cabinet ministers. "The kii retury of the treasury find" fit u II with my answer to the ipicMllntt juit to iiib the othir iiIkIiI at Louis llle Hliolit thn hi 1 1 k l m u of Ho- Lusiliin lit. IIk Byn that I ,, H1,y what 1 would have don,, after tin- Hiokint;. You may recall that I stated sp,,clfi. "ally tho position I would have taken In advance, and thn notice I would JiaVe given of tho action I should lake; mid I added that with thin push llvik position iinoiulvoeally stated In a ppi hcnih , or brought to justice, advance, anil hacked hy a eonvln jiiu; j "It would he tedious to recount n I'dmlnlstrntlon record, th n fihlp would i Malice after Ionian,',1 nntriiKo iifter out l ane, Ml i 'licit v I ii Hi in 1 the true That 1m lis difficulty. YVilh It, a threat of lo tion do, tt not m em to mean anything hut wnidrf My posi tion Is somcwhut different. I mean what I sny, and because tins would have hecn well known and we hIioiiIiI already ha, 11 reputation for firm unci correct policies, I repent that the I .tjHlt.i n la would not have In en sunk "Hut the most renin i ka h le exhibi tion of tho spnlt of the ndminlstia- tlon Is I ho recent statement of tho secretary of war. lie is I-ported to have said I ilu not understand that he has denied Die statement as r-l-orled. 'I know lliat. tin' .Mi-lcun (In not r--H''l ,m i i, an life and proMi't; I know lliat they ilu mil I my their debl.t; that they arc rngn iniiffins: that llicy (louvriile church prop, rl; (hat their money Is tin giiod liihl thill, they nn generally worth-hs-. Itut M-lc inter respect those tiling hi revolutions. Wc did not respect thrm lit our eh II war. Vtts" IiiUIiiii'h soIiIIith III tin' mail Ii to Val ley I into sUile eer)llilii they I'onM t.i-t their Immls on; liHik (he hilvPr N mil of (lie rliiu, lies and so,l tl'ilil hi liny drink. They drou inlii-l Idlers onl of lli I'liinvlim. Their money w1 in orthi ami lhy were ju-l iim Inol i liaia, Ii i'h us thu Mcl i niii.' "For three years the Melcnn rp piihlie has heen lorn with civil Mrifc 'IMie lives of Americans and other f)n iKiiei h )uif heen nacriflc, ,1, Vast propel 1 1, H, developed I'V AlliellCIIIl iiipltal and enterprise, have heen de stroyed or rendered lion prodio tlvo. Candlts have hi'i-n permitted to roini' nt will lliioiinh the lerriloiy (ontiK iioiim to the I'niled stales and 'to Feie, without punishment or without AMI'AK.V a; iwr VII. i, i m:ii WAY I'hihuahiia City, ,M, x., net. 8. (Via Kl 1'ii.so, (at. i:i.) -All ihlalls lime heen completed for the new cuii i:iikm nivainl the comma lids of Fran I sen Villa and Jom! Yne. S.ila.tr ill west ern Chihuahua. This column, under lieneral ('alios Ozuna, is ready to enliain at the M, sih o Northwestern station for Hant.i Ysahel, which Is the field hase for the ( pera tlons l.y the Carraii7.il forces against Villa's coiiiinaiids. There are f,(lO well eipiipped men at Santa Vsahel, which will Join lieneral (izuna's force upon its arrival there and proceed west low. ii, I Han Antonio and (iuer rcio. Martial law Is l Im? rlKldly enforced here ami many arrests are helms made. The leliini from I0I I'aso of Mrs. Trevino, wife of (ienetal Ttivlno, has Increased pnhlic confidence r. !he at'ility of the Uarrlsoti here to withstand liny attacks from Villa forces. SAID I. HUGHE S However, That Statement Was Made Before the Republican Nominee Had Any Intentions of Running for President, atr nonni jtiuHt ariol I o wihi Cliihiiahu.'i City, Oct, 1 1 tvla I'.l I'aso .lumtion, (let. 111. Francisco Villa and a part of his Pandit com mand took possession of the iiiIiiIiiK town of Han Andres, twenty-five miles west of here, yesterday and, aiincred hecailse the male population of the town had fled to prevent heini; Im pressed Into lux , i mi in. i ml, Villa or dered the houses hurtled and permit ted Ids men to commit atrocities upon the defenseless inha Pita nts, a refiiKee from Kan Andres who arrived here In an exhausted condition today report ed to fiencral Trevino. Panlc-strli ken Inhahllaiils of San Andres ere pouring inlo this city and I the entire San Andres district, which I u'iim tli. lo.me ..f Vlll.i'u riesl M-if.. U hcln depopulated, the poor farmers and mill, mm leaving on foot and on luirros for the mountains frr, ferr of fallliiK Inlo Villa's hands. A ti'lemalll received Py (ienetal Trevino from Santa Ysahel today re potted that Villa with nhoiit l"0 men was nhoul (en miles north of San An dres, Indlcal ini,' that he had vacated San Andres after horning I lie houses there. Scoulini; parties .sent out from Santa Ysahel al-o located several Ismail hands, niimhciin from forty to sixty men each, on the ranches he hctwecn San Andres and ( 'usih ui rliu h Ic, which Is- fifty miles In a direct line west of chihuahua City, .lose Ynez Salaar, 'ill i'h second In command, is elfective attempt at niinishioeiit th. I ,f v mi..,-,.... .il.il.. ilw.l' 'I ' H io ni' Ml iisniioi lacnie Willi propel I y lives of (ili.eiiM of the t'niled States who veiituii'd to li'liinn In Mexican territory, or to tetiiin there to pro lect their Interests, have heen taken, ! nnd In some eases hai harously taken, I mid the ii,ii i ili-i ei s have ncvei' heen ii lint htive been Hunk "Now the necKdary of (he InasiirV coinphiltiH that this Is not statement of what I would have done, never theless, hud tli sinking omuihiI. Hut I was under the linpi, union that when I sal, what I would have kt.it ed In iiilviince ns I,, what I wool, I do, d-vt'i yono would know lliat I What In tact I would have Haled i "".inn.. ,,, I haviiiK- (llO llcscl Ihed (vent The w.,...n',' Till'. .III. Chihuahua that the ho., teinarks shows In an llliimlnallng j ny this iidmlnlsti allon's conccoiion i of the slain of win ,1s It n miv ! not reeniH Impossible to this ndmliilst i a-I Passports Hon that one can mean whni lm v aullioiill after atrocity, to II nature and extent of the widespread e, mil II ions of lawless ness nnd v iolence , ha i act emod hy I'lHIilesH l iulalilv, luil iiiii Iv ili.ed nets lif III Ml 1 1 la I loll Hi III pel u I I ,'lleil. " Mean w hlle a pailv of unfortunate Ameiicans stinted hy train from Chi- to vlsll the Ciol mines, lifter lecelved assurances from the a ul horit lis in the slate of tintrv was sate, force of men. (ieiieral Ticvlno has ordered Cen. Curios iiaina lo enliain with a col umn of L'.IMMI I coops, mostly cavalry, tvw sei'tlmis of iiiachine nuns and a larue iuantily,of ammunition. (Ieii eral (c.una was directed to proi eed aloiiff the Northwestern railroad In pursuit of the Villa hands and to re- I In f, ,,',,,, I,,., ..in. ,1,., , slatloncl at Kresno, I.as Fscohas and Sanhi Ysahel, stations nloliK the lail I'o.'id. This will add il.noil men to his 'l M 1 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 1 . RETORT OF SUBMARINE BEING SUNK IS FALSE nci HUSBAND AND WIFE BOTH , SAVED FROM SUFFERING I Wish to tell you the MOoil results myself and husliiniil received from Or. Kilmers Swmop Knot. About eleven l yearn iikii I had a severe attack of Iji J irippo and was , unfilled lo my lad! II no ii t eltnt we.Ks under Hie doctor's cure. II,, pronounced my i use kidney trouble and I hcnniatisni and not rc- chilli! the results from the doctor's treatment 1 slio, ., v ,, , ,., ,.,v,.,, (lei lipd lo try Sw a u, p-1 :,i . After tiikinir several botile or swamp-1 toot I wtm utile to Ket op ui it all, n,l to my voik. About a yea, ,it, r mJ hiisb.ind was Hffeeied with a Mvere all.uk of klitnev Iniiible and do. tor,.,! f,,r h,,m, time with the doctors M, received no tienefit. Know nit: of the tmod I had received, he decule, to uv Swaiup- l:,'lit. His I'Uldllioe wassu.h til. II he Was confined In Ids bed slid Wel.lt calinol tell h,,w he S'lll, I. .1, bht aflel takmi; Sw.imp-lioot he Was ! In ve, s,, he I o 11 1.1 tin ell Willi III. W'nl It Wlllli.ut pain. wish to hial'lllv reenliiloelld .-Wiillip. Knot to Ml pclsnlis ..III), t -. wllh kidney mid bladder in,nl,;,s j,im oii mey putdi-h itiis i,i,r ,f w 0 Ii. Yours tt ulv. Ml;s. a. i:. i t: ti ; ;s. I.ldled. I -a Sworn and subs. I ll.cl to l ..ie mc this ! r. i ft dav of Mat , I , I 1 1! A Met.' A It'll I Y, .Vd.uy lublb . I ! MONIN IOUMNAL SICIAL LIAllR WIS) j Newport News, (let. Ill Capbl and that a un.ird on the lialn Was ! l','rK. "' ""' ' ' ' ' 1 1 H " "'''' ess.nv The A itiel'len ,w held I " 1 li"iu. a pi ..' a 1 1 v c I y ,1 Ol safe ciindui Is Issued h' i of the ,e facto Kovcrn-I menl. .I.iiiiiarv in tin train wasj slopped bv Villa baiulils and elv:hlocn j of the Allien, an party was stripped j of their chillium and shot in cold i I. bind in what is known us the Santil j Y sals 1 miis-Mf i e. "Within a mouth after this bar 1 Im roils sl.uu:hl, r of Inoffensive Amer icans. II was notorious that Villa nied tvvcnlv miles of publicly staled as to destroy pi opei ty. 1 I l letter in !r. Kilmer 'o., Itlnchantton, . V. I'ROVU WHAT SWAMI.;)OT Y1IX IK lxlt IOC fiend tfn cent to Vr. Kilmer A Co.. IllnKhaniton, N. Y., for a h.nuple z bottlf. It will convince any,, nr. You 111 alio receive a booklet of aluabla j d Information, teillnic about Urn kidney and Madder. A hen writlnti, he utc nd mention the Albuqueripm Morn ln Journal. Itegular fifty-cent and ona-dollar aire bottle for aale at all Crug atorea. w as opcl alltie, v itlun Cusihiiriai be . and thai his pin pose v A loci i, an 1 1 v i s and "Villa's lilib in, let cd acliv ill's (ul mlllali'.l III Ilic llllplovekcd and cold blooded alia, k up, u A on i ica r sd dieis and citieus in la,- lovvu of Columbus. N M.. on C c ni.-.ht of Match !i. Hie detail-. ., win, n 410 not Heed repetition helc n 01, le- to If Irish your meiuoiv villi the he'ii tili.' ness of the clinic. "A 11 ;ol mill isl 1 ai H, 1 iuc I ),( ((it It of t ' lie Villi " I a i'lcapablc of Hie "..!, I,.. 11.1,1 to t he ctcla i v of I oft Id lilt! t lie bltisl d sh. 1 1, of V el V A III, ' 1 o,''!.s tor tile dep'olal,;,' shouM be toad" i f.uhion. i want peace : w c w an: pt ace We i'.l llllot ha V , hav e a dc, adelice of A'i e lie d all liilniiiiii lliat no I entn pal lot! those Wl'o ' iv won aul ,n '."ii' our hle.iu;, (i tiu'dil'is and raping baniills. Yv'e Waiil an e i 11 1 in i. 1 1 a I ion whiih will pUS. IVC ll, l,nno cf tile A'Ullit'.lll name do 1 if I pi i ! Willi ait vt,, eld nt aiinh vv 11. It Ul" lo ihe '.a. ,,.o. record in till.. pee e 1 1, an a I I, ill day p. pnhllshed reports that his ship had received Information from a Hrilish warship lo Ihe effect that the (icrinan submarine I'-.'ol, winch raider allied and neutral shipping off Nantucket, Sunday, iiclobcr . had been sunk, 'aptaln He, It said LOOffilffS TONGUE IF SI CROSS. FEVERISH When constipated or bilious give ''California Syrup of Figs." PICIAk DISPATCH TO MOiNINS JOURNAL) New York, (Jet. i;i"'j'ie pn sidclil is doiiiK iiiaKinfii ently.'' This is the endorseiiK nt Clinics K. HiiKhes ave to I'residcnt Wilson to ward Hi-! end of the first six months of the democratic administration. It is vouch,,! for by Dudley Field Ma lone, collector of the port of New York, who says Mr. IHmlies made the remark to him in Washington In dis cussing the difficulties that confront ed t he president. This endorsement recalls a similar one made hy ex-Senator Klihu Knot made on April 24, 1914, before Hie Ameiican Society of International Ijivv, The following uceount of It is taken from the Washiuul"!! 1'ost of April :, 1IU4; Klihu Was I jiioiionnl. With teats streamintt down his 1 hecks and in a voice that shook Willi emotion. Senator Klihu Itoot stood before the KUosts ut the annual Imn iin t of the American Society of In ternational Law at tho Willard last ''jhiKht und declared his loyally to the president In everything he mis-tit do in this country's compiii alions with Mexico. Senator Itoot did not know then that a, plan of mediation was under way, throiiKh the kooiI offices of Ar Koiitina, Chill nnd lSru7.ll. Apparently he had not the slightest inklliik- that mediation was about to intervene be tween this country and dread war though at the moment he was speak Intf a score of newspaper men were vainly tryinif to icach him to ask him if he was In favor of or opposed to mediation. The senator's first knowledge of the move was when the secretary of slate arose and, after a few prelimi nary remarks, made public the Inter C'h.int;e of notes between Ihe depart ment of state and the South American countries. A .Most lirnmalli' Scene. The moment the trend of I lie me diation notes was imdcislooil there Was a storm of applause thai contin ued several minutes. It was one of the most dramatic scenes ever wit to ssed at a gathering in the national capital. The Intense relief over the sudden pontine lit the war situation was seen in every face. The secre tary of slate was the last speaker, and his iiicssuko of peace was a com plete surprise for thouuli the Host had announced in an (xlra the pro posed plan of mediation . was after Hie banqueters had rtsscmhlcil, and probably no one in the room knew of it, outside of Secretary Hryaii. Senator Itoot's plcdfe of loyalty to I'residcnt W ilson was dra mat u a Hy el- oijuent. "I have heen feeliiiL; very duriiiL; the last few days over our af fairs in Mexico," he said. "II Is not In the possibiliii, s of human nature to nvoid differences of opinion as lo policy, anil every one who has a duly lo perform must net accordmt; to the dictates of his own judgment und own conscience In the pel i'01 ma m e of lliat duly. I wish the cup could pass from us." At this point in his speech the sen ator's voice m'cvv husky und tears welled from his eyes, "Hut Ihe president hns noted upon Ins 1 esjinnsihilit y iinil his conscience. He is Ihe head of this ".rent nation. it is for the nation Hint he acts. ,oi mailer how wc may have differed ill our opinions of policy in the past, we must all, every one of us, stand loy ally hy linn. There must be no back ward look, bill forward, for the suc cess and honor of our beloved coun try, wliblwe lust scive in loyal sup porl of the chief mainstruto upon whom rests Hie responsibility of lead ership. nil Trust rivsnlenl Absolutely. "Thank heaven, we liave 11 presi dent ill whose lofty character whose sincciity of purpose. In his ttcn nine desire to ,lo what is riKht, wise, patriotic, Hint what is best for the country and luiinuiiil.v, we can all trust absolutely. I trust in it. I have differed from him in questions of pol icy, ami doubtless shall' differ from him at!ain. Men c, lining up With dif ferent environments and associations and ideas must differ; hut I have con fidence ill the character and pur pose of the president of tho I'nlted States. lie is my president, and I will stand behind him in his leader ship." Senator Knot then asked all to stand and drink ihe toast to the ores blent which he said should he always the first icKular toast in all American meetings of that character. STROM GERMAN1 E POSITION HOLDS Most Effective Remedy Mother Had Ever Used DRILY 15 MINUTES Associated Press Correspon dent Watches Battle; Allies Aie Now in Control of Air Above Armies, (From a Staff Correspondent of the Associated I'ress. ) Willi the I'lt iH y Army Near Com- bles, 1 at. lit (via Chantiily. ) Fif teen minutes of infantry fivhtiim proved sufficient for the French army to capture the strong position of Sail-ly-Sallisel from the Hermans, and to Rive the entente allies command of five miles of Hie Hapaunie toad. The allies' air mastery deprived the Hermans of their eyes, conse rpicntly the Herman artillery fire was incffei the; both in an endeavor to destroy tho opposing batteries and in an effort to prevent reinforcements and supplies from readmit; the at tacking forces through n curtain of fire. I low the llnsh Was Made. The Associated I'ress correspond ent watched the fiulit from boKinniiiK to end from a hillock near Comhles. The fire from the liritish and French Kims had continued for a lonjj time. The infantry officers had synchronized their watches nnd were ordered to deliver Hie attack exactly at 11:4.1 o'clock. Tile moment arrived; tho ratine of the artillery which had been batter ing Sailly-Sallisel, was increased a few hundred yards; the infantrymen's heads appeared over the parallels, then, in dashes, the men covered the short open space, throwing Kienades and within a quarter of an hour, rockets sent up showed the airmen observing from the clouds that the position had been won. The airmen flew rapidly lo the field command- I nut's headiiuarters to take back the news. (ieioinn Curtain of I ire. Meanwhile, hundreds of Herman cannon opened a double, curtain of fire, trying to locate the routes lead ing toward Sallly. They shelled often wide of their mark, except in Com hles, which sustained the heaviest kind of fire for several hours. Then the Hermann tried to silence the French and liritish batteries, but their practice was so poor that the entente allied Runners were able to eonti iiio Heir work milliter"-!!: In-' I;- The He mans had announced that Sa illv -Snillisei w.L1' bnpjociui hie, in an order to the troops, and its rapid cap lure, therefore, came as somewhat of a surprise to Hie allied commanders, one liavarian und two Prussian divi sions participated in the defense, showing the importance of Hie attack on the position. I'espite this, the French advanced even further, oeetl- I pying also the shoulders of two hills to the iitlioa.-t ami i.orthwest of th"l village, giving tlieni virtually contro, j of miv , oiintci -attack from tl strongly organized Herman position lit j .... . s .. Strong Position lnyd. It is told that Ihe Hermans have mi le poweiful positions at l.e Trans loy and St. Pierre Yaast wood, which Intercommunicate by means of dec), .subterranean tunnels, affording shel ter to thousands of men i.nd providing for their rapid transfer in secure from place to place. These tunr.eh. i is said, have narrow railroads for the transport of machine guns with am munition, to cleverly concealed exits, under which elevators bring the gun crews and their supplies to the sip face or permit them to descend an make their way to other points wi,', the greatest rapidity. I Dr. Caldwell' syrup Pepsin llclicics, P.ahv When (Jlhcr .Modi- J cine- I uilo, I. Tin ie is nothing so necessary to a, child's heal: h and comfort as regular-j iiv id Ilu bowels. All children are cs- j peel. .Iy susceptible to Stomach troll-j Lb- and any overstrain of the scnsitivel organs has a tendency lo obstruct I ( diminai ion. This condition is respon-j slide f.u much of the illness of child-! hood. To relieve constipation a mild laxa the slim and pnrg y -I f v ff Ja ' j ! ) ( j j ! i-i!Sf -:vjf ij :j I j j ll i : ' , A i ' f I employed. Cathartic s arc violent in their ai - , tion ; ml .''mul l be avoided. .Mrs. Al-j fred I m :, s. .lt. Holly. N. J.. says lir.j Cahivv , l!'s Sviu;i Pepsin is without I doubt the uiiet effective remedy for; eonstii ation she has ever used and that it 's Hie oiilv remedy she could I ant taste. Iiruggisls everywhere sell find for lo r baby. Utile Karl was! it. for fifty cents a bottle, and every hadlv constipated during his first year I mother should have it in the housi and m.iliii.g .-In tried seemed to help I for use wnencver occasion arises. him until she Lot a bottle of 1 r. 1 aid-1 To avoid imitations and inef feclivo U s Syrup Pepsin. Now he is a fine, substitutes always be suure to sk t..r .inn sue ui.inits j,,. ,. ,idw'c IPs Syrup pepsin. Set well s Svi up Pepsin, .now lie is stronc, h.aliliv ho' lr. Caldwell f,,r it. Ir. Caldwell's syrup Pepsin Is n! combination of simple laxative herbs I Willi pi psin. I'l.c fiom opiates or narcotic drugs; u acts gently without j griping or oilier discomfort, and n:i-j peals to children because of its picas-1 that a facsimile of Or. Caldwell's signaluro and his portrait appear on the yellow carton it, which Hie bottle is packed, A trial bottle, free of charge, can ,j obtained hy writing to Or. V. s. Cni,. well, 415 Washington St., Monticel),,, Illinois. chosen their new allegiance. "Within the last few months." he added, "some distinctions have been drawn. A man or a woman w ho bee, inn s a citizen of the I 'mtcl States is not ex pected to give up his or her love for the country of their birth. "lint the people who come to this country are expected to put their new allegiance above every other allegi ance. K puts an obligation on him. "The future of this nation depends upon the self-control and loyalty of its citizens. 1 inly ly conscience and hy loyally, fell in every throb of the heart, can you become true citizens. "A free self-governing people does not need to he uat, lied." The presi dent's address was frequently Inter rupted by applause. "Say it again," people in the crowd shouted often, as lie spoke of the need for loyalty. "Jt is m ci ssin'y that new citizens who conn, to !!:.- coin.lry should not live by themselves. That is importing the old country here. "The strength of a nation does not rest so much in its thinking as In its feeling, outside the heart there is no life. Y'ou must see to it that you do not hold aloof. "You must remember that the rnitcl Stales has a great part to play in the world. Can you imagine a na tion more filled to play a great part? A nation made up out of the world should iiniiei -laud the world." He slid that the I'niled "Stales stands for the lights of mankind ev erywhere. ' "Wc ale prepared to u mini st a ml other nations." He Saul the men lost at Vera Cruz were drawn fiom "four different stocks. "I like lii think thai in Ihe days to come Aineiica may inn rprot the thought of the world. I like to think ithnt the only things that disttirli America are not tilings which inter fere with her 11 in hit ions, hut with her sy mpathies. "I like to think that when it com,,, to the settlement of Hie present war we shall he able to assist in inter, priding the needs of the future." lie added ho did not mean the Hint ed Slates should have any part in determining the terms of settlement. He spoke of the fact that many Amer icans are drawn from (iermany, Ire land, Kngland, France, Italy, Spain and many other nations. "Ut us never allow- ourselves to ilo things, against our ideals," he con linued. "I.ct us never allow ourselves to wai t a single foot of foreign ter rilory. Let us stand hy the little na tions that in cd to be stood l.y. Lot us show- that we are not interested in Uu geography of politics. "i believe in you as I would have you believe in America. 1 have nol come here to read you a lesson, lint merely to bid you welcome to a great Pal (10 1 ship." No Hcalhs From Infantile I'ltriil.v is. New- York. Oct. lit. Not a sini-lc death from infantile, paralysis in the entire ,-itv was reported today I y health niitho-ilicK. for the first time since the last week in June, when the. epidemic began. Total deaths since then were J.ilT.I. Six m-vy easts. Were. 1 e 1 101 I ei I loday. MILK Wc can supply a limited number nf additional customers Willi our guar anteed whole milk, (iuaiaiilced tli.it ill the 1 ream is in the ini'k that t Ik cow put there. A month's trial will convince you. Call Stroup Farm, 242SF1. Hi HoocnilK r I Hale for enforcement. Washington, Oct H'. That trade (-minions for lonlia.ts mav not be tobllled it is the the Jilt .-lit I the department ,,f nti iculi m e 1 inform the new gi.,111 stand shelled lorn sale made bef, t-tuber 1 for dtlivciv lifter t(r 1. of not to nds on re S. p- 1 VO( 111- 1 I.ooli nt the tongue, mother! If 'coated, it i n sure sign that your little ones stomach, liver and bowels need n gentle, thorough cleansing at once. I When peevish, cross, listless, pale, 'd'-esn t sleep, do. sn't cat or act natu rally, or is feverish, stomach Pour, breath bid; has stomach-ache, sore throat, diarrhoea, full ,,f cold, give a eas nfiil of "California Syrup of ,1' iKs." and In n few hours nil the foul, iCnnst.pub d waste, undigested food and sour bib' gently moves out nf Its little bowels without griping, and you have it Well. playful child again. You needn't coax sick children to Itiik,; tlr.s h.utiihss "fruit laxative;" I they love lis di;clou taste, and It al iWitn makes them feel dplcndid. Ask your dniKgiM for a D0-c,-nt bot tle of California Svrun of FIks." which has directions f.-r babies, chil dren of all Hues and for grown-ups plainly on the l-.-tt'e. Peware of coun terfeits s.-ld lure To be sure you Ret the g, nuine. ask to see that it Is made bv "Cal.fonii.i Fig Syrup Company." Jtcfustf any other kind with contempt' THE PRESIDENT GREETED WITH ENTHUSIASM BY CHICAGO PEOPLE (rtntln..ef From Thc On.) stantly interrupted by shouts of "Wil son 1 Wilson!" When the president rose, the crowd, led by (iovcrnor 111 I I inline, stood and cheered iiproarioiis- "1 come here to address those who 1 have newly sworn allegiance to the j rnitcl States," said the president. ! "Hut I realize that 1 cannot do it j without speaking to my own con- science and to the conscience of the other people of the nation." He j pointed out that the new1 citizens had 1 r 1 j aWMl 3. e.1 !i A FATIMA A Sensible Cigarette Every time you see a man smoking a Fatima, you know he is getting all the comfort that U possible in a cigarette. The original Turkish blend Von KXCKSSI VK Uric Acid Tl i Y T1IK VI1 I.IAMS TKF.AT.M F.NT 50 Cent Bottle(32 Doses) FREE ODD FELLOWS NEXT MEETi Just because lied and tired. yon start the day wor stiff legs and arms and Oiose , s 4,, ..lii.,.. 1 1 1 . .. HELD IN PUEBLO, COLO, "-wi(l; uZ'lZ j out before the day begins do not i.r o.iNi,.N MicuL,ioiMi think you have to stay in that condi- Penver, Colo., Oct. IS. The next ,"',!' ,,, , ,, . . . . , 1 ... 1 He strong, well ami vigorous w th annual grand lodge encampment, ln-no wrr ,,ims frm sl,rf j(,jm; ui-i, iiin'in oini'i ,i, ,,! , nuns, 01- j muscles, rheumatic suffering, orado jurisdiction, will be held in Pu-jbn,k or ki-inev trouble. was decided at the closing' If von suffer from bhnblei r me convention hero i.ue won 'noing. s, anniig 1 aching ebb., It session today. The recommendation of a committee appointed last year to draft a new code of laws was approved, after the report had heen considered otion by section. The encampment levied a tax of 7 ft tents per capita for maintenance of the home at Salltht. California I nnd Opening rostismcd. Washington. Oct , A recent ex ecutive order opening a tract of 1 1 n,- (om acres in Fresno. Monterey and Snn Henito counties, Calif . to hum. , stead entry on Oeoctnbor 7, vv.,s amended today so that some of the land will be opened Novemhir 14 and the remainder lHcemNr 12. ilns or " .' 111 ami tun 01 tied Hall a dozen times a night, you will appie--i.ite the test, comfort and strength this treatment gives. To prove The Williams Treatment con-piers kidney and bladder diseases, iheiiiuaiism and all other ailments' when due to excessive uric acid, no matter how chronic or stubborn if vou r tried The Widiams Trent will giv e on,- r.ue. bottle ( 32 e if y 011 will cut out this nn- I lice and send it ,tn v,,,,r ,,.,, nni address. ( The Hr. 1 1. A. Williams ""'Pa". I t! Hior, VM .ifftee lih'ck. Last Hampton. Conn. Se,,,i 1 Will receive bv nan el ugiilar r.rto. bottle, without 1 "d w 11 hoicf incurring ntiv oldi 1 'ulv on,, bottle to the same have itevi lllenl, wo doses) ft, e an, post a t Chalk'.. gal ion. addriF Business Men's Bank This bank affords every facility for tlie transaction of any banking business. It invites deposits subject to check and extends as liberal accommodations as sound banking will permit. Those having surplus funds lying idle are invited to avail themselves of our Time Certificates of Deposit which yield FOUR PIJR CENT INTEREST. Depository for A. T. 4 S. F. RY. UNITED STATES or laniiiy. ,tfi-wm,rwiWrifcff.,B