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g ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
th:5PV Albuquerque, New Mexico, Saturday, Octob r ?., 1916. aMi.i j CITY KPITION I 1 I II I i Dhii by Carrier or Mnii.70j a Momli. single topic. M MEXICAN POLICY f Of WILSON BIG FACTOR IN RACE FOR IRE HOUSE Walton Stands Squarely With President While Hernandez Is Attacking Executive All Along the Line, l ARRAZOLO HITS HARD UCKS FOR DEMOCRATS Wilson, Jones and Walton Likely to Run Closely To WHAT NEW MEXICO NEEDS 11 very joiing state. Stic I at cannot afford u lake chance in an older commonwealth may New Mexico la -till a young slatt Mage of her development when she mistake that i a moon) i i 1 1 u- prove cosily if no! fatal, The most important need f JTew Mexico at the present Uses hi kxmxI government ( Iran, honest government It In Imperative Unit in dustry thoUU n"t i- hampered or bustne discouraged b) condltkma at Santa IV that will gic clttaens to understand that a pull la necesaarj to enable a man to gel along. It is itul that crUaeaa of all ciaaae should have confidence in tlu-lr government should feel at all tows thai whatever their station or drenmataneea tbej will be given a aqnarr deal. Nothing oould la- move disastrous to a new state than for Ma people to be held back bj inootnpeteni or ,ii-ii sal official manage- incut or their affaire, Whatever mistakes or judgment may have been nommtttoed, the democratic state administration that has been In power has full measur ed up to the requirement set out above, it has been honeat and clean uuil efficient, It baa eoounanded the rcapoci of all cIsmmos ,,i , ti ena. it has made food. Bverjrthlng lead to tin confldenl expects- tiou that ir it is retained in pOWet it will continue IO make good. Most of the men nominated on the republican ticket have official records by which it is possible 10 lonn a fair estimate of what they will do If elected, 'these record do not inspire confidence thai II1CJ will, if allowed an opixirtunit y. give the state good, dean, government, t nder ih, old republican regime of which thcae men were a pan w Mexico was held back, her progress retarded, her name dilionorctl lie lore the world, it was tin- tort r government for winch these, men that mad. it so hard for New Mexico to get siiiicnoou. . but one anawer. Utiens mm anio me b,w and desire to MM her continue IO go forward hi the march have no choice. vote for the democratic ticket ,s a te I vnt tor Ih,- I llhllol -11, lis, , in lli i.i i is a vKJ 1 BATTLE BETWEEN U.S. AUSTRO- RiN stood There i New Mcxio of progress for progress get her Issues Vote as National Predominate, to a condition of affairs that ion- ago became Intolerable TROOPS AND SCORE SUCCESSES MEXICAN BAND ON NEARLY ALL NEAR SAN JOSE Detachment of 23 Men Be longing jto Sixth Cavalry Fired on' Yesterday After noon in pig Bend Countiy, FRONTS AT ONC E Baker Denies Charges Made by Candidate Hughes Neaily Biitish Gains Made! Recently Are Recaptured by Strong Offensive of Teutons in France, Read New York Herald's Poll in Sunday's Journal lower among i.mcial C(,m'""" TO SSJSSSSS Joumali Bants Fe, Oct. 80. The race be tween Blur wawon ana o. -. ntndei for repreentatlve In tne The Journal baa ordered from the house "i conarewi is i" ' ; y0rk Herald, lor puoiicaiion that are Being eonveieu gunda morning, the summary of toe .. . . ... it i"i inn L' II i.i II t.ii ,, i ....... tin. in in in picoo", ,..--r- neraio s poi, micokk - j, , .clean cut and I lea coniusi u , s., j11(.Ilt , national politic. The arith collateral issue s than any other tor will ! filed after ti o'clock this It la a rather unuaual state of affairs, evening, and will live, t Hint this conteat bid fair to e the hour, what Is disclosed hy the most on'lv one decided squarely on the is-' remarkable Mlitieal ill ever under wei involved in the national struggle j tak(.n In the United states. The Jour- going 00, nal's readers will lune the result of v..i H 1 1 the personal popularity thai Poll lust as early as the New ......... ...ill ntau n,i lin H ill i v.nL II..1.1I.I i. l.l't IlilVO It 111 CW FIGHT LASTS ABOUT i RUSSIANS SEVERELY FORTY-FIVE MIMUTES REPULSED IN EAST SUPREME COURT iiicTirr ic niniii JUdllUL Id liUii ! FOR MR, WILSON it . I ft J I .1 atfS II No Known wiictncr me m- aeroian tackers Were Members of Bandit Band or of the dc Facto Government. (lint, Mich., Oct 10.--Secretary Of War New tun ). Maker, in a speech hi i r tonight, criticised 1 harts B Hughes, republican presidential noml nee, oharging hint with conducting campaign of suppression and raising irrelevant issues "Ha ftol only ha said nothing vital, informing, or help tui." declared Mr. Baker, "bui in people have ceaaed to expect anything like that ot him." He ., iiinhd to the allegation that he had compared tha Midlers of the American revolution with Mexicans deny Inn press reports of his speech and laying thai he iiai pratssd tha rontlnantal soldiers and their leader. The seeretan of war iefended preaident Wilson s admlntatratlon, and prauied the Adamson eUiht-hour law, and the farm credits act. Answering the charge thai the paaaage of tha Adamaon law waa "eurranderi" be s.ild "No man can Cong! loiisly do any thing urotiK while lie is piesidenl of the united states. The office make the man who occupies u a patriot " THE PRESIDENT IS GREETED BI VAST THRONGS IN PENNSYLVANIA i Drive n Macedonia Is Checked, According to Beilin Advices; Paris Claims Contrary, and for the content, for it win. mi. H immensely popular in southwestern New Mexico. In the Pecos valley and i,n the eastern slope. Mr. Harnan ,P. is not less popular in the northern ,.n of the slate. so tar a.s pouu" ity goes, il is ahout a standoff, ha ovarv ranublican that votes Wglton for personal reasons It is reas onii'rl" to expect that a democrat will vote for Hernandez for similar reas ons and in the end the race will he (IfcinV'l on 'lie preponderance of vot- ,rs who believe In the policies for the candidates stand. The Meilin (Question. Pfeellefk ih" the cities, especially in' those cities where the Spanish-Anier- j inn popul-ilion is small, have little idea of the , xtent to which the MXi csn policy Of President Wilson ha entered Into the present campaign in New Mexico. Democratic orators have borne down heavy on this ques- : Hon in their speeches in the rural! districts, taking the position that the j aople of New Mexico should he al lowed to work out their own govern atentgl proluems In their own way j without nny interference from tne , r,,i,..,i ,:,l,s and that tne 1 eor.nnoo ,.nli. v umilil lead inevitably intervention and to forcing upon Mex lrt a ii-fi, -liniment not ot nor choosing. All reports from Spanish American sections are to the etreci hint thu argument is having Kr'T the voters and is a, no, is democratic .strength m York ciu. it is an entirely non-iw-tisan poll, and has weight from the lad that the New Vork Herald s fore cast baa failed but mice in thirty years. Mexican question, is still a point of, more or less sharp difference between j tho candidates. Wilson. Jonea, Walton. m the surface, of thllik's as they! are today, it would appear that fortunes of Walton are to a great tent tied no with those of the ex- Woodrow ' ...... rri, - . . , t. t . .ii. ,s mtL . Wilson. im pntii ......... i ntnn so rosy as mai iiico uiub Jones, for there Is a Strong fight against Jones opponent within hi own party while Walton's opponent has managed to steer clear or faction al fights and to retain to a great ex tent an undivided party support Hut New Mexico mattes up nw " eli.etion dav that she wants fou. . . .. i titu . more of Wilson sue i.s im and Walton il on years hn Ford, Who Has Voted for Every Republican Since Blaine In 1884, Announces He Is for President, Pir,L OHPTCM TO MONINO JOUNALt Ne York, Oct, 10. John Ford, a Justice of the supreme court in New York, a lifelong republican, an nounced today that he will vote for President Wilson. "1 an, a Yankee, but 1 am proud of my Irish blood," he said today. I waa 1,(11 " hi this country but my father was born in County r.osi om- uid my mother in ninny mmr This makes me pretty BlUCn oi an i Irishman, but 1 am no hyphenate, I . . j.. ....;,.( ..mi. i.i. .an. I ic lironagiinua an.wiuM i idem In certalh Quarters entirely gusts tne. i in., letter to President ovirri suvs: "Since my first i Vote for isiaine in isk4, i have con sistently voted for the republican candidates. Demand Casting n i i n s "Hut this is an election San Antonio. ., Oct, 10. Ainei Ican troops and Mexicans clashed near San Jose, in the Hik Bend country, yesterday afternoon, according to a report received I Hcneral Kunsion early tonight from Col. Joseph OSS' tOfl, command! Of the district. Tin flghl lasted forty-five minutes losses were suffered by the Ameri cans and information is lacking re garding loss among the Mexicans. Colonel Huston's report said that a hand of ahout thiiiy Mexicans opened fire on a ostachmenl composed of twenty-three men of the Sixth cav alry, and Texas national guard Cav alry squadron, engaged In patrol duty between Presldi" and ftuldoaa. Lieu- Codlngton. commanding tne MINE EXPERT ASPHYXIATED IN BARRACKVILLE SHAFT Bryan Joins Wilson and Has Talk Extending Over Hour of Journey While en Route to Shadow Lawn, NEBRASKAN PREDICTS DEMOCRATIC VICTORY Says Administration's Policies Anneal Favorably to All Classes of People in United States, tenant ,ps ordered his men b return r 1 1 o fire. , i laarous agchana tlnued for forty -five minutes, th . tmet leans and Mexicans firing from covered positions on either side of the Rio (jfrande. Colonel Qaston did not Indicate that the united states troops crossed in pursuit of the Mexicans. After the fight, Lieutenant Cudington returned to Raldosa with hi oom- In Franc e, in QallCla and in the I DobrudJa region of Rumania, lbs armies of the central power success fully have taken the offensive agalnsl their opponents. They also are hold ing the entente allies In check in northern Macedonia and ale contin uing the fighting on the Transylvania Rumania frontier. Crown Prince Ruppreeht of Bava ria, assuming the initiative on the Bomme front in France, has, accord Ing to the Berlin war office, recap lured from the British the greater part of the positions won from tin, Hermans October 11, between Eau- court I'Abbaye and I.e Hiirque, be tween the Postews-Bapaums road and Oueudencourt, and toward Beauoourt the: The lielinans also sin eessiuny nave i withstood British attacks near I Courcellette and Ue lara, and on lbs Posierea-Bapa nine road. Paris reports only artillery mm the Homme front, but chronicle the repulse, with heavy casualties, of a Hel'lium attack in the i Thlet pal region. Take Itiisslim Positions. nil the eastern front, the Teuton forces have stormed' Russian positions j ... I. f, r,an',i of the -.ari, iwku. I'ainnont. W, 'a.. Oct. 1!". I M. Jones, a milling engineer sent to Bar- rackvllle, neai here, yesterday! In charge of a trained clew from Hie Pittsburgh station of the bureau of mines to conduct the work of res cue at the Jamison mine, where mole than a dozen men had been entombed I bv an explosion, was asphyxiated In ; the workings ea 1 1 today. Jones with seven other men had I reached the bottom of the shaft, ; Whre canary birds Were released to j ' test the air. All the birds were al- i I most Immediately killed. Jones, who ! ! had advanced Into the workln Jto the track. I Companion advancing to his rescue I ware overcome, w hen they did not 'return to the surface another parly 'entered the mine and brought them lout. All ,Ulokly recovered except who apparently had died in the ' mine. j Four bodies Of victims of the explo ' sum have been reco ered. London 1 REPORI ONLY TWO OF AL AU INI A WERE LOST ,B HdRNlNfl IO.I-NA, -: ttAHOWIMI Harrlabura. Pa Oct. 20. -President wiison. returning to Long Branch to 'dav from Chicago, participated In campaign demonstrations arranged in hi honor along the route by local democrats In Ohio and Pennsylvania. 1 A large crowd was assembled beroi tonight In tha sQuar In front of tha 'railroad station, where red lights we, a burned In honor Of Mr Wilson. I ii- Itroduced bi Bamuel Kunkl, treasurer of ibe deiiioeratlc st. Me commilioo, um ....... i, ii, i .,,1.1' '' " "j apaaoh to make, hut 1 i v.,, nl, I indeed be ungenerous if 1 did not express my gratification that you ihould come out to see me thin way. II is a gn at encouragement t" a pub He man who is trying to do his duly to receive uch i welcomei" The president hurried hack to hi innate car. but iust us the train got under wnv the coach ahead of his ear iniiiii,.,! ih.. truck, bringing ine uaio to stop Willi a noun i ofl dis- Wilsoti lit to sen, I.Otn Jones ami tuou.. pAnmu to back Wilson, up 1 ..,,,, ,iii i an eler tion which d if the Wilson tide which has set Luanda of every citizen the casting off in in this state continues to gather j g part(an tlea and a merclleaa search i armed fore as it has for several uas ,f .onscience t termine now m.. IO .11 II" . ., i; , . llnKAT I . . in. .1,1.. knnaallV lit- mil the nanoiiai unnis vote mav iiiwh ' - ..... , i... w ,w. .n r . i . ..... ,...... ,.f ho own) Wins Oy oeciaea rojwi " : l cast to serve ni lira one,..-..- ... -- w i 11 spend the next iwo jtwb '" United States wunuui reg.uo Washington. If the 'esult is close 'ff(H,t my have upon any other W.ttiin'i race is also in doubt. H ! r,,,,,,irv or anv foreign interests. nza ngiy, lias gone if ih mm lor the same purpose Colonel Caston. of the fight according io TIKI I) ci BV DID N K I weight I featly with to the ri'g; di r- 1 ub- auartera hl'htrto In an strongholds, . Mr. Walton has come )'.it BquareiJ for President Wilson's policy Oft this, as on other questions involved in tlje national campaign, and has warmii defended the stand taken by the pres ident regarding Mexico, on the o'm I, u ii . i i f iicrnundev. lc,s attacked saminist ration's Mexican policy, mak ing a clearly defined issue with his oiinonent. Whether or noi mo .-M'"" ish-Amerlran voters appiove Hughes carries the state vxuiion n, have endeavored to enng on hltle chance to pull through. j mind to view the issues from uch a That is a dispassionate view of in gtandpOtnl and have concluded that it race for the lower house as il stacks ny 1P.lt ri()t ,. duty to vote for you. this angle at tne pre "! in my opinion it wouiu oe mom I unwise to change the national admin- . I ..... ! ........ ,.r lliiw imltrece- isu anon in me miun w, dented world erlU). "Moreover. I would no laise io iuj li'elong allegiance to the cause of the I plain people if I failed to suppori you to whom is mainly due the long list Ot progressive ana oeneiii'iom IL"", " acted during your administration. of president's attitude will he sno n the returns next month Hon uioai rounties in which the vote of that Clan Of citizens Is heaviest. ljirra.olo HiLs die Hall. In this connection a young man has, entered th0 tray for the democrats. in this campaign who is a new riMii' ( in New Mexico politics but making his influence felt in remarkable manner He is arrasolo. a son of Octavlano up trom time. miiriT nnruip HI u I II I U H L II II nru Hi .! ai is ass ail still the ii nun i " . mi QCPhmn i H lluliUJ U U I mm mm " i LEITER'S CORNER HUGHES WOMEN PARTY ARRIVE IN PHOENIX w hn a most. ()npc 11 i s " JU-IO ' ii A. Lar- nUMlo, formerly s staunch democrat hut more rocently an equally staunch republican and defeated last August by a narrow margin by Chief Justice CSIrence J. Roberts for the nomina tion fop instice of the supreme couu Young Larr&XOlo has all of his tatn- ert eloquence and Ore as an orator, Ml reports are that he is proving a mnst effective campaigner. His work Ii helng done almost entirely in Hie ; Kpanish-A merlcan counties and is de livering some of the most telling' Mow In behalf of President Wilson on the strength of tho Mexican policy Of the administration. As an evidence Of the Impression that he Is creating. , Congressman Hernandez himself IS I taking the stump in counties always1 regarded, as overwhelmingly in his favor and la trying, with what euoceas ' '(mains to he seen, to stem the tide that young Larrasolo has raised wainst him. The Adanvjon l-iw. How Mr. Hernandez would have oted on the Adamson hill if he had 0WI in Washington at the time it was 11 P for paasag is a matter on which SO has not as vet enlightened the VOt tr. The fact Is that he was in New Mexico at that time, having come heme to attend the republican state convention, and so he has no adverse vote on that measure to confront him wl'n it comes to appealing to the railroad men who form so numerous tul so widely scattered an element i the votint i.nnnhiti.m of .Vow Mex- at One Time Above $1,71, and Closes Only Two Cents a Bushel Lower; Bread Prices to Advance, MJt monninq jo,inl ificiil LIt lll Phoenix, Ariz, Oct, 10, Blghl speakers detached from the women s Hughes special reached Ph ix this motnlrtl oji a regular train and were mot by a committee of prominent lo cal social leaders. The Hughes squadron Include Mrs. Prank ban-, Miss Francis Kellor, Mrs. Nel son O'Snaughneasy, Mrs. Curtis De- morest. Mis. 1 Surke, Mrs. Maude Howe t,-i,i,n Miss Marv Antin and Miss 1 ShWhnth I.-ieeman, Miss I anaaklna for the delegation a"" . ; hn sneakers would emphasize H I,. ...I eolltinilell '. ..' , k.lna i lgo. iiei. ' itlotialisin versus n,, ....... ..,U mi the board ofl Meetings were held I ' . . ., ,,i time T..mi,e suburbs of Phoenix, the visi- trade today, and mi m r,,h for Ion-1 ai IM ,o threaten wu wotnans' club at 12:30. The Phoenix I mis. wiieiij ti, . js scheduled for II p. m. i n arket. women will leave at 6:20 for ban V MO.NINII JOURNAL Oct. 2il Antin. said that "na- ndal and Joseph Wheat sold at though under this situation was Ico. today, and for this week seemed i-iv. mmtar mark, set in .... . i. l eiter cornel i n me for delivery next one time at H-Ti - Rnd al ih,. elosing piu e was 2 figure, the lensiiy not relieved. Anoihei- advance in the I flour was reported at Minneapolis i .U f,irt ITrt. tknA according to a uisilio o lumbua, o.. the National Master ..i .. rti.rtinicp.1 that ers asso'iauoi, uu..v.. bakers failed during the three sum mer months because of the high of flour. In Chicago, B, H. Dahlheimer ident of the Master Bakers tion. of Chicago, announced association will meet Monday a campaign through obtain an embargo battle is being waged, with no (leci- i iton nuving y, t been reached, mi i s" Mackcnscn galn tggreaaor. I.'iehl Marshal von Ma. kens, il again ...i.i ,,.t n f!nneral Fun-i hM r, Hiiined his drive toward the Muirtlni tonight on the eX- i Const anxa -Bucharest railroad in nt,.n'i r shuts across the border at brudla, While Berlin reports Ban .lose, uld I lint bite reports reach- fighting there as . MeeMIM lUM Sl l S SIISB1 . Ne'j;,v..'ii't -The Cunsrd Iks announces here today word had been Ived that all but two or tne crew I of the steamer Alnulnlu, winch was sunk yesterday by mine In the Bng- llsh Channel, has been suveil. n message read. "All paasengr saved As far as . i ran Uace all crew sate , . . pi iwo Hermans anil the Itusaiana via ' repulses of attacks on various sector. Tn II,,. north of KiBClln. H slubbofll inuiui. IMi Ihn Mivicans were de fac- t I, ...... ,,f Wmheru :illil held 1 "I" ' 1 ' n , , I1VC, ....v... . ...nut Ii- v in members oT.,i ........l irrmillil ilUIIIIISl I'OUIl- 1 i.i I. . ...ii' ' i ....... i ,. - . . . . p..--. -w-; .. I,., n Hit Imnd. w as not known to-1 ,., . aeks Kourteen otlieers and night. Colonel Qaaton reported that.J0-n 11H.M .mij ,.l,.Ven machine guns; Maj. A. V, P. Anderson, of the Sixth , w, taken hen.' by Prince Leopold's cavalry, has gone to San Jose to In- groeps. cestlgate. Colonel Kiojos. oomuioi- voinynia, tne iignnim uuuvinxm lor of the Carr nsa garrison at nin- i,i, v.iivuig ff suits, both tin iiother message recel d, (lie m ficials said, relteiateil previous Infor mation that all passengers were land ed Wednesds at Falmouth so they W, re HOI involve,! In the disaster, llell fired that the American Upon "by drunken ing- him ii" t roups were Mexicans." A paraphrase of the dispatch made public bv the ir department follows: "Commanding officer of the Big Bend district report thai on the ev . ...i.,., ,.f , idol,, i hi. twenty-three men ,lf As Sixth cavalry and a Texas Ural squadron of i avalry at Ban Jose, ten miles below Kuldosa. were filed upon nil an side I J a parvi Ml Xicans. Sonic of these , ,1 U) out side bUl im- rithdrew to th Mexican from the Mi about thirtj Mexicans en mediately v Do-tlie 'livelier, Buchar 681 admits that the numanian K'H wing along the Black sea coast has j been thrown buck PetrogTad re i polls that the Teutonic attack were j repelled With heavy losses and thai th battle continues, The Rumanian armies are fighting hard to drive the Hoops of the ccii- power back through the Ironuei passes into Transylvania, sttcnirni , reports the beginning of an offensive m ih,. Dltux valley, northeast of .TWO TRANSPORTS i OF ALLIES SUNK BY SUBMARINES milt ado dth Thole ir side. Atet1 n ablv don H . re in port! show f hy drunken u .Ml. .11 Mi xicans. LRK PASSI I) I ROM both Banks OF R1VI3R Presidio, Tex., ct. 80. A clash oc curred ' - . . ... ,1,. i th airy anil arm i u .eA lown of San .lose, forty-five miles UP the Rto O ran do from, here, last ev- ,1-lllg ftoin noin DBIina ai cording to report re lltary headquarters. Bo v ii here, there vv ere no . ibei side. i on determln Mexicans kronsliii'l. and the biking ,d M Burul, eaal of the Rothenthrum pass, south' of Hermannstadt. Attack In the Bran defile and the Trotus, Usui and Alt valleys wire repulsed by the Rumanians. While Pari sa:. the Serbians have captured the town VoUsoio, north of BrOd, ill the legion marked by the Lend in the Cerna river ii, southern Serbia, Berlin declares Hie offensive there has come to s halt before the si , ml of the forces of the central pow- i Benin Done hies ranea eports Much Damage by Teuton Submersi to British in Mediter- M M ........ '.I. IID Wltl t. 20 ( bv u Irele mug, of the celved tar as r, fire rivi at mi S km casualties on It has not whether the t lie forces o nient or Wen id so belonged Violenl fighting ; Pasublo. in t he T 1 Home ami Vienna I slight sm cesses. i German aubmarln the Mediterranean i nit in lies on Mont, ntliio region, with a both claiming i in M ilit, last nan h week, say s Hie I an lai lo ihe de facto govern- I Hiitlsh I . I supplies. sels, tWC Ity. by i 1 1 mi l l Irreaponslbles, L,nklng December Lake City, Utah. rents of the rice of Hak- TRYS TO SELL STOLEN BONDS JBACK TO BANK rtoiajiatai 1 ' tPlC'L LiiD Widfli Cincinnati, t ., i ict jo, winb try- nc to dispose of several thousand dol lars' worth Of bonds to the Amelia State bank, al Amelia. Ohio, late yes terday a man who WSjl identified lo a... vloiizo J Wbiteinan was ap- F RUE GREETS ih i ps The . of th II. loll. if two I submarine nee from L ih operating m have sunk two bound for Sabuuki with sinking of three ves- in of neutral national-U-boats, IS reported Petrograd report the Turkish steamers bv a the Bosphbrus. lb. d u Italy. lale AMERICANS WITH The opposition to the present COn JMssman, however, is assuming that tne Hernandez vote, had it been cast, Weald have been against the Aiiiiin ""n bill, because, thev say. Mr. Her "ardez is M whole-heartedly tied UP ';th the Hughes prouaganda as Mr. "Hlton is eouunlttoH to the Wilson i "'"ies. Mr. Walton has announced1 "jsett favor of ,h Adamson law , m ...m ueciarM tor the principle oi . i-.CIll . 11 ill 1 .. Hnl ...... .L-11,' " I I, ." I , SO I III. I 1 II IS IO.- " pres- assoi in -that the to atari COllgleSSIlien on the export ,.n flour until the I. ... iituation Is relieved. Mr. Dahmelmer said that at nresent rate, Chicago, which was tently called upon to pay tho traditional lightweight would have to support j prehende ! officials sev- of domestic d and held In govei uioe... who claimed thai the bonds ...t:- n ....... I 11 IT O ,1M.".-' I vv niltsmaa, had I n stolen from the hank j oral months ago. , Whiieman said he waa I stntn senator in Minnesota onded the i i. veland. purcnaaeo .1 the rc- cents for -cent loaf, further ra!e. i former ami sec- nomination of urover lie insisted that he nao the bonds and that he did . i. .. ,. .. , 1 1 ... i in -, i i.o j , pin kitvn .- -- si ki. LroUer lii New York notiti htm Ho insisted that he only wanted to get bat k what he had paid tot the bonds. HEART! CHEERS M OKN,N .OII.NAL .-.Cli. L.. . ill. Ten A ii" i lean a ia- ' uniform of the French gi eat aaaem- , 1 ct, the Pari: tors in .or,, cheered bv Vilairn nf men distinguished in the of tielal and intellectual life of at a, luncheon today, given u of Dr. Morton Prince, of Bo ' nresented to President Poincal I IO Ill I OSH IO I lie n i, i.e 00 ITALIANS CONTINUE TO GAIN SUCCESSES NH UON,N JOUINUL CIL WIII Home. int. L'll (via London. 1 Itul iau force have occupied the town oT Lyaskoviki, on the soiitlieasterri fron tier of Albania, the war office an nounces. The statement reads: "In the iskeiia mountains east of Premeli, an Italian detachment occu- i.ied LVBSkovlkl. on the high road be- twean Janim, (Greek Bplreaua), Korltsa (southeaatern Albania.) Violent fighting for possession marines I i statement I mlralty. I Bubm rlnt I ones a lid i iii i 'alabrl Tin- report "German submarines sank i Mediterranean tic followln 1 1 ictoher i. th empty British t Frani onta, i . t so ton; 'en tin. armed Hriiisb transport ( 'l oss llll Serbia II lo Say- I ans sunk ub Ciclal i ii,i- I yesterday, says: In the ships: ansport isr ii, tea mer r.,nnu tons, with horses ami grooms; ( u tobcr I , the A delay of 1 f.f liinilen resulted. t Qreensburg the president left his , , in a driving rain and walked mil-sob- ihe station with Col. Hiehard M onitor Jr., of the Tenth Pennsyl vania regiment, Just returned from -the "Mexican bol der A- bund- p.ayetT "I'he star Spangled Banner" as beap- , ., ami the crowd a p I ' In ud oil , Tho I president stood up In I flag-draped automobile, waved tO the crowd, thanked them, and then hurried fMK 1 to th Waiting rain. j I'.rn f stuns .No wore made ul a , number of towns where the president appeared on the rear platform of his car and shook hands with the people. I it rained constantly. i W. J BtVan met the president i oi i ..hu .a.li and rode with him nunc than Ml hour afterwards, on his nam Because Mr, Bryan was not expected he did not ride In the presl ,1. nl's automobile during a ridtj through Pittsburgh. Mr. Bryan, after talking president, said he had become enn , i il... Mr Wilson would be ro le!,, ted. He has been campaigning for the president In the west, and de clared he expected the democrats to gain several senators in the mountain si a I.s. "i want lo nut Ii as strongly as pos- 1 11,,. I Mr Wilson Will i rh,. nannla amU'ovo his 1 tevi, noliCV and Koine things I rimlnlatratlon has done ' everv class of voters.' ih.. women of the president. , ,, Joseph P. Ouffey, chairman of tne Pennsylvania state democratic com- boarded the presiin in h ruing and rode through Penn sylvania with him. sit UU5S II M'S WITH Q IK1 It I I V PBOPLH . ...... , 'in - President, I'llllaueipini, - - Wilson s train reached here one hOUJ and a half behind schedule time, v large crowd was awaiting his arrival .,, th railroad station. Although It was nearly 11 o'clock, the president ram. to the cur platform and shook hand With every one within reach. j committee of local democrats pre ented Mis Wilson with largo bou- qlct of floWel'S. ... f The president's train loft here at I o clock fo, bong minion, due to arrive about 1:30 tomor- mornlng. nt for wilh tho win," said bis (ho appeals to He added that yvest are for tho , mlttee, i ins in. in it i la- dek armed Hrillsh ttanspoil steamer dek t. tion tons, which was deeply ileii. Th Hod Cross Hill and were bound for Saioniki On October 18, a Oerman submarine successfully' shelled factories and railroad dOI It near ( 'atanzaro in I 'alabrla." The sinking of the transport PraO rtnnla a former Cunard liner, w is re united in an official statement in- the Rrltlah ad i, lira II V, ct l.'ra tlcolila , al l ied ll II I'S lull svs HLBOTION OI II. SON is si hi; issued .her f, 'I'll. Prance honor n. who hi ally defined the r THE WEATHER Ifini Sen ice BC I Won I Op"1 ,i-....v,i.,..t int. iy.- i . i I ... . ij;l,- service school ai run Innln officers are sent for etTUCtlen, and that worth. Kan.. Whl ;, r,.r vandcibin - l ire Insurance. .Ww York, oct. 211 suit to recovei USA 000 insurance money on the life of Allied (iwvnne immwh was i.'i week "the aao the allied nal Americana The French el by M. Painl Inatruction; M. inir. ami sey el 1 1 The Amen, ans Robert W. BliSS, ipii hy twelve of het mil I missing. The British of 400 feet long, n... e....,,. ,.r ias, .i.i,, iii the ' rentiiio. ' sue was own. ' is continuing. The war office says; last reported 'four attuka in force bv the Austrian September -", resulted in then sustaining extremely i nation .severe losses, and that most or Ihe positions remained in Italian hands The Italians took 107 prisoners. In ,1,., i ...I,,. vallev Aiislrinn detach ments have attacked the Italian lines I Sebek was built and wore driven off. 18, and was row wile reported teamer I !roa Hill was I and was built In IftlO. I d in OlaSgOW, and was I as leaving I.ivefl I, tor ,,n unnamed destl- IM... sic: , Sedek referred IO IO the official statement probably Is the British steamer Bebek of 4.001 ;nss ions an. I owned In I. n orpool The in West x.-, feel I Ha 1 1 lepool In ng. NEUTRALITY VIOLATORS RELEASED ON $100 BOND where first hi nt Fort Leaven- thev are given was will ,. v,,,c .... .V. Begun nere enmj "-"' -- Insurance company . md Heginabl c van- executors of the win. said the claim Tilt Hi-liya. "rilHv Notion M E I'll Kit IXiRKCAST. " Oct 20. NW Mexico: gat la Sliudav fair u-nrmer east Monday probably fair. 1-.., .....I.,..,., for n- nyu iiiia, ii.... . war .iei,,, i n.r... t he i use he Oftanad this year, .,..,.,1.. on, a tndnV Hot ,111,1 i at.n . the army on no- ..... i mat rnuia no, i I mobilization ot ii . n detached to attend schools. was Travelers Frederick W dcibiit -md other mi . .uv's attorney I ue , J ".. . . V. ,.1. contesteii necaune n. , - war risas. i no being ley urn ..." ' ,.,,H,.rbllt plaintiffs allege ma, death was brought about "sob-lv external, viutrn, - . a . men, - through dental menus ally drowned.' ablnei was reprew n ire, minister of public Meiin. minister of In- nndei -sc. I claries. preselU ineilOl'-o , ' lecretan "f ,!"', w -o.nin. ,ounc ...c,l it.to mm American emnaiwy; rrui iiu ooo,., . , win lames Hasen Hyde, Luwrsnco I Thompson of Thorpe, Minn . Btanley R.n'et and Whltnej Warier. 1 Wood of Milwaukee, and It. Q. Oor- ... '.. I.,, s a U.I , faolloll. ! don of Hollbler. Colo., three lliell held , i- Prince, made svmpa-la- wllneHses in the alleged viola! Ion , day ' i.. i te.ih winb'',,,- nttutrallts laws, last evening supremt fig) lug for Fram e. of Nol ma'' ' were release I on 1000 I tO appe ".n"n . ,.r n, mince, ii, v a, ihe bearing befor United Btat 'I'Oie. - ., I .KkM lllit't u .in.- , ilj, 1,111 -Si , I. I ....... ....... I ROOSEVELT'S EORMER SECRETARY IN TROUBLE ...... lare.l I llll I Hit' V 1 1 11 g u,t, h.s aivon iheir lives loi Piance I tomorrow .. i... f ..(..I. no,- none, i in WOUIU i" , I .,, u .l,1,f.ss..s OI i I'l ellliss, Ilicy win .,',-. .it - " Would .u i- ...h tarsal the outpouring ervice ami ney for w.uks ot mercy in KraU" and for th- supple Of monitions and whole heai ted gOOO Mill of millions of Americans. John II. Allen and today Park or II against Private K. rl. i oiineu. ie leased on 11,600 bail. OH the charge of recruiting in the I mted States men for the Canadian army. New York. Oct Jl, -A new trial tot John W. McOratb, former secretary, of Theodore Itoitsevell, and William I'ow.rs. his cousin, was ordered to by the appellate division oi tm( com I in It klv ti. v inch re- t nr.-, I ic vct'i lci "l a ion.-, ii.it... . winch sentenced them to the I,,,,- , '..r fail v flays on a assault. McOrath and Powers were accused of attacking a rltisea H a mloeti in June. I'H' Their conviction last March was appealed and th) w.ic ,,i I under bond without serving Ihe sentence. work- charge of neeeiM tt monin jounli Harrlsburg, Pa., oct. 20. col. Wil liam .1 Bryan, who hoarded President Wilson's special train al Ptttsburgit today predicts an overwhelming dem ocratic victory iii November, Mr. Brayn i fresh from an extended speaking tour through the Pacific , at slaics. He said that he Is con fldenl thai President Wilson will rn- ceive enough electoral votes to Insure his victory, even ir ho should MS New York , ., , 'Without exception I found thai Ihe audiences 1 addressed strongly ap proved President Wilson's Mexican policy," said Mr. Hryan. , if course, there Is some special achievement of the administration which makes a peculiar appeal to ea. h d iss of the voters. For instance, ii... federal reserve act is our most attractive achievement as far as the business men of the west are eon- eerned Similarly, the famo-re com mend the president most heartily be cause of the rural credits act. while the I, boring classes have been in-fed,-, I with Wilson enthusiasm Be cause Of the stand he look during the railroad strlk controversy and hi tuccesa In bunging about adoption of the eight -hour dav law. All of these elements unite." con- tinued Mr. Bryan. In warn, approval of Ihe foreign policies "i ihe administration, where- bj peace has I n prose, ved with our strict!,. ii neighbor. Mexico, ami .mei- ,, , has i.e. o soared ihe horrors participation In the Kuropean war. II a no idle thing t" say that the western pari of the nation Is literally aflame with sentiment for Wilson he eause Of tar successful and honorable manner in Which he has preserved the psjace, Noi is it idle lo sUy that tha of