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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Sunday, October 22, 1916.
"Ik lemco The 1IKMCO CHAIR lias really of comfort in a reclining tliair. It r i. r i iii'i f i iacuiiy ui )k'a.Miir an hums hi i'nie. eury mood and a tilt for every teniier. solved the jiineial possesses the happy It has an anle for Jll'.MCO CI FAIRS are automatic and so adjust them selves to every mi npant, and rest yon automatically ImIIit than you could wilh the old rod adjustment. Also the Famous Royal Easy Chair (The Push Hiitton Kind) ITIIOLSTKNKI) r.K.MJIN'K JJ'.ATI ll'.K, TAI'KSTKV OK VKUH.'R, 1'KICKS i'KOM $18 to $40 Let Us Explain You Their Merits STRONG BROS. run rioxi'j'.R iiomi: j'urnisiiuks Corner Second r. id Copper. Strong lilml- Wc (live (jrccii Trading Stamps uHhjiiKton, will' li are now kIvIiir mole tliiin !.() . r cent of tin- lest voles to the president, anil Indiiiiia Missouri, Nebraska, .New Jersey, New York and Wyoming, which are In tin IIdkIk'k 50 per ce nt column. In other wordtt (dates which In the old party llnc-up could he definitely placed long before election, are now uncertain iu;iniitleH. Ohio ( iillipli Icly Switches. Ohio last week showed in the straw voto a preference for the republican nominee. Thin week It him completely switch ed front. From a small majority for Mr, HiiKh'H It has cluimcd to cjvo u mo.lority of r,.". for the president. V'oteH taken since the Herald's table well, closed very lllli I 01 till ly In crease the president',) lend. It In now about i.U'in In a totiil voto for the stale of l.l.iiOO. Tim Industrial centers In Ohio nre ovei w helmlliKly for the president on the eluht-lionr issue. ThiH Ih partic ularly true of ('lev eland nnd Toledo. I ii run t'H Apathetic, Tlio farmers of the stale ure npn llielic, Ah it 1m interpreted hy the politicians as n Iiml slun for the re publicans, hut It Ih xtnteil hy the re publicans th.'it (hin Iiiih lookeil that way before until the rvo of dection ind then turni'd around titul rolled tip ii huno republican voto In plurality. GARRAWZA GIVES DRASTIC ORDEH AGAINST BANDIT Preamble of Decree Issued by First Chief Is Read With Interest by American Commissioners, MR. HUGHES WON'T SAY A WORD 01 LIQUOR TRAFFIC AZTEC Fuel Company Gallup Lump Gallup Stove Native Wood Sawed & Split Mill Kindling PHONE 251 confined to no piirtleulur reitlnn. Tht' dlvlNlnu of the, proKrcsslvu vole VuriCH very Hubmanllnlly. Nluil I'oiiinlatioM Miow. In UlllloiB tin, republicans urn Ket tltiK tt2 ier cent of II. In South Jiuko tu they ii lo netting 74 per i i nt. In other ntutPN which It. 1m Important for Ihti repuhlk-'MiiM to cony llm ai(.-i lit HRe In dose to thn ihinxer line. For ItiHtiniee, In WnshlliKton, It h 68 per cent; In Wisconsin, 117 per cent; In Minnesota, 117 per cent: In Montana, a per cent unci In Rhode Inland f,6 per cent. In no hciiho lining up the Kt ii t -, hut lit nhovr tut pilKlit Ink place If the Hinted (in an tile present Ml raw v ote Kwlnstt 1 lu-iii. the Herald Iiiih Kcpnr Bti'd thow which i "eiin to tho pri Hl ilnnt nnd tlioKo which favor Mr. HiikIipn. In th Hhaw vote (which l lint hh yet iih lepien ntiilKe as the Herald cxpccU finally to liave II) the prtjHldctit hum mote limn Ml per cent In Ati.onu, Coliiiiiiln, Connectlent, Muho, Kentucky, Muiyland, Mmne Hotu, Ohio, liklahonui, 'IVnneMMee, imhliiKton, U eHt liKinla iiml Wik conaln, with it total decimal vole of 1 2 7. To IhlH Hhould lie milled the clcctor lil voto of VliKinlu. North Caiolina. Noutli Carolina, i!e(irKa, Florldn, Ala hamn, MlKHlHiippi, I.ouiMiana, Tcv.m uml ArkmtHiiH. Theno have 1 14 ilec- tOIUl VotcH. 4'lnsc (l Inililiif rotnt. Thin would make 1M I fur the presi dent, or within twi niy five of cnoirvh to elect him. The reiuii e. f!i;ur K 'jfii;, j r )IUMhe Iiiih reciived mole than !( per cent of tl,,. hh,iw vote In I 'nil -foitilu, Iiilawaie, linliaiia, Inwa, Kan Kim, Maine, Mlmonit, Nelnahlia, New lllimihhire, New .lel'-ev. New Mexico, New York. North iMikotn, inenoii, Ithoile Inliind, Hunt It luikula, 'cr niont uml U yonilnn. TheMe tilatcH have an m-KrcKnto Heetofal vote of ITU. To that iiumlu r Khould ho added t hit ty-ei ht from I'eniiNylvanlu, and four from I 'lull, luakinu i'.'l for IIiikIicm. It Ih very apparent from tho re port which coinn to II, e Hernld from lla ri porli in w hope iiMiuiiii H are nup plciuciital to the hI i a w Vole canvas, thai the comlilioiiN JunI now are in a moat . liaotlc Ktiite. The countiy Iiiih heen "Hliot 1 hroutrn" wilh oraloiy and from all thai inn he am ci Ui imd the fifteen million Voter, or a f;iid ja r centane of tlicm, are dolnx much tlnnklliK the Herald Ih ion! with IncreiiHed forccH, M wlraw Mhelevcr there Ih ii likcliliood chaiiKe, nnd If an eleventh hour comiH, it In not likely that It '.v cape the llerald'H xyalejn. Maimtcix ( oiilu-cil. The ii 1 1 1 ill i k 1 1 tin i ' ix are f"Hnedlv "up m the nlr'' ami the aid hi ni w vote Ih llirowinii the liKlil to he had on the minimal Vote of a nhilt con-Her on ly nil mi - lion. Thn puny cihiwihhch are prov Inn valuelcHH hnc.'iuKe of the new in flueueeH lit work in the campaign ami lieciiu.se bo many votei'H me HWitchltiK from pnrty to party or rcfuuiiiK to tell how they Intend to cast their hal lotH. Tho Helahl'H volen hae heen and are gathered from pcihoiih who hny their InlndH have heen made up and will picHninulily not chaiiKe and who iiHHiiro the Herald that liny Iruihfully reported thcniHcheH, A JiairHliiciullh HcpatatcH IJo; two iiom inecH In Home Imporlaiil stalcn ami It "III not he poNHlhlo ,,r aafe to make a ilcfmiti. preilicllou linlll all tlic leal I'" Hut hi have heen laliulaled and mi ni) ad. licre KovIiiIIhIm I 'lmu'c, HIiiIch in which neither Iiiih re ceived more than Till per cent (llen Hort, Hoclullut niimliice, riuureH In all the tuhlcH) are IIIIiioIh, with :i vote, .liiHnaclniHi-ttH IK, Michigan 1 fi, Mon tana 4, and Nevada M. There are hIiiIch In each of the fore KiAiik coluniiiH which In tlio opinion of moHt political oliKcrvciH should he ilacci elsewhere. It may he that they will he In the Herald h final rev lew. It would hcei. i rcasoniihlv nafe from l (hut can lie learned that Miihhii cIiumcIIh and MIchiKan almuld he Uiv en to Mr. HuhIm-h, MaiNai hunetlH ha IS votes and Mlchiiian ir,. If they ale mhlcd, Mr. f I iikIios would have LT.t voles or wllhln twelvd of enough to en lhroU).:h, enrly Timet her. It would appear that the prcHidenf lias pcih,ip,i ,i Mid ,l ly hritir chance than Hie t . pu Idh a iih to curry Nevada and Montana. Hy lulling ihose HtalcH to the Wil hoii coliiinn Hie W iNon vote in LM. Illinois then i i iiiiiIiim to he i on- Id crcd. 'I'he rcpulilicauH are hehiml In the Mtaw vole. The Htnle Ih Hii.iosed to he repiihlii mi. ,, truth, It h In doiilit. The women are Inclined to favor llie preauli nl an, there are more than :imi, iiiih women voters In IIIIiioIh in the IisIh or hoth WiIhoii and lliii;hcH staicH there are some which until the .straw vote M flushed must remain In n ipmhtrul cunditlon. Thev urn fonnectlcul, Marvland. (ihio mil VILLA'S TROOPS FAIL TO FIND AMMUNITION MONIM JoUNL iPICIAt LIHD Wi 101 I'a.so, Tex., 'tel. 21.--Villu'.s tfoopH failed to find the iiiiiih and n in in n ii 1 1 Km vvlih h had heen hidden in n cache at I'anyon ih l I'.osal, near X' jl 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1; i . a incNs.'iKi! from ('hihiia hua I'lly, which wa.-i received hv Act ing I'll iriiiiBi CoiihiiI Kiluanlo Seriano Hl'a'Vo, Mated. 'llla Ik hiiid lo have sent a force of men to the Namliuipa diatrict to re cover I lie a mm unit mn a ml a i iiih w hi rh had heen hidden there when Villa wiih heme; puiHiicd hy the American expeditionary forces. Ah the Ameri can troopH had previously located ami seized the ii i in n and a m mini it ion, Villa's, men were forced to return to San Afllonlo wilhout them. ('arran z;i officials claim Villa's a nun uml ion supply Ih limited. Atlantic City, N. J., oci. C.en- ral Cm riinz.ii's decree i,( (ictol-cr !t. in.Hpi iidini? constiliillotial nuani ntees Hii ouKhoiit Mexico, us I ra uslalcd and laid hefore the American 1 eiin senta - llvck of the Mexican joint commission lodnv, provides that for in al ly ali of Knscs mil covered hy I lie ( ivil code, Hiinunaiy punlshmenl may la inf lift i d hy the military mil hoi Hies. Inter ference wiih railway tinfl'ie, rohliery. ineendiurlHtn, nnd assaull in lis vari i us forms are chario li rizcd as crimes nit the I'or- ividencc is the in cused J, Frank Manly Declares the Republican Nominee Would Not Mention It for a Seat in Heaven, UNION LABORERS URGED TO VOTE AND WORK FOR THE PRESIDENT f riintlmieif From rnrn linn.) net, the seamen's law and the chill lahor law. the letter adds: "II. Is ImpoKHilile to Mile the full list of remedial and protective leiHlalmn Hint curries its hciicf nlciil. Influences Into the homes of millions of Ameri ca's workers. Wo can only refer to 1.1ml chaniie in the spirit of Hie na tion that is of more con.scipience than ntnl illnry enaclmcnl, wilh luoadcr ap preciation of Hie 111; his of humaniiy iiml tho value of the human relation ships necessary in Hie co-ordinal ion which Ih the liasis for industry uml commerce, "(In November 7, elei lion day, n (In cision will he made which will de termlno the future development, of our country ami the spirit of our na 1ionnlllfe -for year to "ii.e, - - -Mioulil llol, Meetings. "As representatives of the organ ized lahor movement, which Ih the militant protective organization of (ill the workers and which HtandH pri marily for human rlithts, we nrne that the ISHtics he con.sidcred at a lemilar or special meotinu held hy your reji ora uizat ion. "The meeting should he a m'tieral one. and if necessary, culled cspec ' hilly for the purpose of Ncfinit that ptinishahle hy dcalh, w mallty of trial, when I a ppai cut. In no case h t he riuht to appeal. Th,. prcanihle of the decree, which sets forth the reasons for the suspen sion of guarantees, ami which was of ctpccial interest i, the American i ominissioners, follows: I'l'cainhlc tn iM'cree. "Whereas, brinundaiv has heen de velopintr in Hie country as an inevi table consequence of public upheav als which have taken place ilurinjr re. cent years, produced h Hie slrunnle which it was necesHuiv to cany out, fitrt, to overlhrow Hie power wliich had nsuiped the ovei nirntil of Hie republic; and. later, to suppress the iiisu hot dlnalion of the division of the north and to exterminate Hie hold, which has Invaded Hie stale of More Ins. o i:ciis4' i;isis. "Whereas, Hi,, armed bands which slill tcuiain in various pails of the re public, remnants of civil war. no longer have any pohlbal sit-'nilVance, I standard or pretext which can juill- fv them it, their looiim; i xpedtttons i and raids, since it is the sol,, purpose! of such hands to titt.nl.. villages and! hamlets with the olicl of Hickinci Ihem, of i iiiniiiiti m' oulriiKcs and as- 'V MONINfl IOURNAL tFICIAU tlAKO Will) I Ihiffalo, N. V., (let. 21 Here in ! I'liaths I". Ilui'hes' home slate .1. Kialil; llanly. Hie prohibition candi date for presidency, churned today thai Hie repnbii. an presidential nurnl- lice has been rendered "dumb" by the II r traffic. "lliiuhcs would not say a word on Ibis (raffle for a seat in Heaven," the' funnel' Indiana governor shliuled. in! his first New York speech nt West- , field. "He would rather take a cham e on w inning Hie presidency j than do Hint. 1 "In his Ioiik west lour recently he said nothini; about (tie liquor traffic, i Was this il'ine inail v crl enl ly No. In; stale after state where men and woui-j en are cimaircl in a dcalh strimulc with the liquor traffic, he wan i m - i portunci to speaK. tun He woiim nut do it. His answer invariably vva.s thai I he had nothini,' lo say on thai issue. "An,l because of this atliludc it ill befits Mr. Iluiihes to sav there is no inv isible n o vc r ii i lie n t in connection i I with the l andidacy, liecaiise he pro i poses to acquiesce in this traffic, j which fathers inv isible jovcrtiiuent." lit" Ira 1 -ii M 1 1 ii I ii told New Yorkers j th.'it he doubted if (Ins stale i-vef i i would ho dry by its own act. ( j "As If im as you have old Alanhat lliin at Hie other en, il probably will I co dry, he .suid, hut you won I. Business Men's Bank This bank affords every facility for the transaction of any tanking 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 I'flR CENT INTEREST. Depository for T. & S. F. RY. UNITED STATES 1 S I LSI EJ.'O H Ml.'O 0 Jf.i.'leg i I lone. have .lersi i vou.' Th. I her div ii mil seve stales lu'obably , rcmisv Ivania, r.'l ol lo t's ;i Inn v; FIGHT WITH VILUSTAS , OCCUHREDAT PALOMAS IBV MrjNNINH KtUnNUL (PICIIIL ioiid wmvi lil ASON itl l'l II S He to i:oosi: i i.i Ali'.. la 1 el I'hoenix liellsoll, SI dale, and I lem c.e a lartie niceiiio; Mr. r.cnsoii lepl Tlicoiloli. Uoomv 'Jl. Allan I.. lelllial ' . I 1 1 ' 1 1 - ( loebel, addressed Itiis city toniclil. d lo tin- speech of II this afternoon on he pre II. 1 1 in i i:i I' 1 1 w pi dili null Villa's main I Let I'. CCII Saul; as u cv iiiic I v vv hu h I inla V: I. so mud! in staivc polls lo protect their I bos" who ha v c . should ko to Illlel-eslH "There is no doubt Hint Hie interests of Wall street nnd their satellites all (over the country are and will coiilinue their activity to rettim Hie special 'privileges and power that they have hci re 1 1 y ami corruptly sioien ironi iue people. "While properly must ho prolected. and represented, man men and wonl cn an, chlldieu human beings must be the first consitlci ntion. "Vac,c eaineiH cannot afford to lose their lipids and opport mill ics t liroimh nei'lu;euce and Inaction. "Meel, discuss the n fen I issues to he decide, on election day. November 7, and then e,o to Hie polls, cast your vote as your conscience dictates for labor, freedom and humanity sassinanons, or 10 snoo, up, auac,,. or ; , M,.X,.1M siiu:, ,,,,, saying that oMiamiie movini- iraii.s lor Hie pu r- i KM,.V,., uin, Mr Kooscvclt over the pose of rohbinc, the ears, or biirnltn: ,.,,,.,. of , ,,,, ,,,, s in Mcxic. I,, it hndices, stations, wa i chouses, and so j s ieved more at the sl nmhtcr of lorlh, and to tear up the Hacks or - A .i,s under Hie economic c.n.li- destroy Hie telegraph and tel. phones ; ,,,. , ,,,js (,0iii,irv for which Kooso ol federal comiianics and corpora-; V( HI, h,.s Wilson stand. 1 1 1 1 1 1 M. lionson attacked the militarv pol- Inlcrfcrcs Willi Trains. i p v ,,!' the count rv. especially the llav- "Whcreas. railroad I raffle is hill-j ( 'iia in her la i n law. In which he ic 'ered in tills way on many occasions. fci red as Hie dral'l law. or Is rendered uncertain since, al- Hoclirl toiichcd upon local polilics. ol'l'i i I. J I. The l'i";hl bc vatn i' I i nops of t he ex r i i' in i a I i izuna a ml and did not take place Vs. i in I ami Sa n mire -. M ported, hut at I'alo j i IH'li en miles i a. I from oi .iin to Mi x.can , today. While Ho I chum a victory, il d t w o days a:o t hat t t he const il ut ional- ; Vsalicl in t he direc- 1 s, about thirteen i . Terrible Croup Attack Quickly Repulsed By Old Reliable Remedy INVESTIGATE IMPORTATION 1 OF 42 CHINESE SAILORS 4? art i-'fr p : m i: i.ini: ok , Gibson9 s Hallowe'en Novelties VO (ITIIVti no rMij ki:iv lllll i 'sr. Our selection nri replete In tin Ik il and ilaioliis.1 fnoi" no -cities that have Just Imi'II rln liuitisl. Ihi'ri" mi' M ores of prHti thlni;i (o cIiih)h' Ironi. ou'll Iiml cvcivllnni; that vmII make our llallovie . I, ll(y luippy, (; la, Nome a Hair. 0. A. Matson & Company wi st i:Tit ii lT MOMNINA JOUHNAL PtCIAL LIAID WIMB1 asliiimlon. net. :. Investigation of the chiirue that the aliened itnpor- I ii t ii in of forty-two Chiin. se to man the American Icainer Venezuela is a I violation of Hie contract labor law, 'was ordeied today by Coinnilssloner jllcncral Caiiiiiiclll of the I in in Ic ra t Ii in I bureau. The charge was made hy ll'iiul Si arrenbci s;, secretary of the California Slate Kedcrat ion of Labor. Mccaiisc details were lacklm; Commis sioner Catiiinetti ordeied tin' nialtcr looked into by Hie immigration com uiissioner at San Francisco. Tlic Venezuela Is owned by the l'a clfii" Mail Steamship company. FOUR H, S. -SOLDIERS ARRESTED IN MEXICO lav wnptNiNa joumnal aPKCAt LKAKID wiail IM Taso, Tcv , Oct. 21. A report was received by iiimy officers hern today that four American soldiers were under arrest on Hie Mexican side ol the border near Juarez. lien. Francisco tlouzales, command Itiif the Mi xican troops in the north, has been asked to make an Investi gation of the report. It is believed that the men crossed the international boundary at some point below .luaies! and are heme held by the Cananza liver guards. AMERICANS PENETRATED SOUTH OF EL VALLE IBV MOftucSa .IOLIRNAL BPt.-Al LIASED WlIJ Columbus. N. M ., Oct. 2 I'. Scoutinif parties from the American punitive expedition have penetrated south of l:i Valle, hut for protective purposes only, it is authoritatively stated here. Then' have been no other troop movements, and otherwise the expedi tion remains on lis former lines. I'Miuima strike Yii'liiitllv Over. ranania. Oct. :'l - The strike of the tii'i'io w Hikers of the rnnatnu caiml rone, which hcKan two weeks airo. Is vlrtiiallv over. An attempt to revive the strike tn Colon disclosed Hint only 1 per cent of the workers was dissatisfied. Ihonkh the uovcrmnciit takes tile M'l'iitcst care to proln l Ihc runnim; ol trains and lo :iv'e all possohi,. pro lei i,n lo ii :H i ters," it fs impos sible to avoid these cri in ina h I ics, because of Hie laiKe n ii in I r of railway lims ami the facility wilh wliich the mnle faclors elude the repressive aclion of Hie authorities, as much because of Hie meat extent of the national terri toiy as because of Is broken cliarac Icr, and because of Hie piotection which these hand Oeiniently find unions Hie rural populalion, which Is doe hi 1 1 1 ulaily lo the fear inspired ! by them. ! I'riuliiccs AiuU'cliv. i "Whereas, l,rii;andai;e in all lis I ma ni festal ions has brought im-ccurilv; In the count rv districts, forcini; Hie Inhabitants of haciendas, randies', hamlets, and oilier .small coniniuni- lies, to leave Ibeni and seek safely j 111 the fibular centers of population,! which Is notably Injurious to acricnl-' Hire, commerce and oilier soup vs of j national wealth, ami since Hie conse-! ipti'iices of the evil we have lo in dis-l i ii.ssiiik have appeared recently even j in the principal cities, for even in the, i Hiatal Itself persons who were work-' Iiilt in the sheets have been attacked at uiuht; suburban trains nave been: held up nnd the pnssenucts robbed:1 burglaries accompanied by violence: bnvo been of frciiuent occurrence inj private ri snlem es: all of which hasj neatly alarmed the people so that it i is an iirncnl ncocssily that such a se- lions state of affairs be put an end toj by an exlreme measure which inuv be efficacious in this instance and which, in fact, had excellent resiills in anal okoiis circumstances in other periods of the nation's history, as was the case after the Hi ree-yea i s' war in Hie tun,, of President lionilo .luaiez. Kcalli Penally Cu.loiiiarv . "Whereas, measures of this kind alvvavs have consisted In the applica- t tion of the dcalh petialtv to all of fenders taken in 'flagrante deli or whose unilt is sufficiently proven. "Whereas, the ext rani iliim rv pro- ! visions of Ibis law are also applicable to accomplices and accessories after I the act, as well as lo cut-purses, pick pockets and petty thieves in general, and further establishes the obligation under severe penalties of a ureal num ber of people to report these acts to the authorities. 'Whereas, in order Hint the meas ures embodied in this law may be efficacious, il is indispensable Hint they he applied promptly hv the Judi cial aiithority in the place in which the crime Is committed, upon oi'ca say inf Hint lie a pprov i d arcs for which ' iovernor date for re-election, sla pmi-cil i hut t he uov cciiiir efforts within the ileum if 1 he mens limit, ca iiiii ids but con f ratio perlv Htir - K'lveniinonl Hoop wivs officially shit i icneral ( I'uiia Id 1-1 base at Santa lion of S,in Amir miles to Hie north. In a direct San An. In s is a bout t vvcnty-l iv e from Chihuahua, while palom; only cichlccn. No details of Hie finht have been received here and the death in ac lion of Ihc bandit leader, Martin Lo pez, is slill unconfirmed. line, lliles i is , Well known Ccorgta ctora keeper ku Da Jlered croup and colds for bia family of tan with f okty't Honey and Tar Compound. - Tho minuto that hoarse terrifying croupy eoiiKh la heard In the linmo o( T. J. Barber, of Jefferson, Ua out comes i-'oley 8 Honey and Tar Cora, pound there's always a hettlo ready Here's what he says: "Two of nv children, one bov and a pirl, aiH i-lKht and Rix years respectively, bad terrible attucks of croup hist winter snil I completely cured them with Foley's Honey and Tar Compound I have ton In family and for yi ftru I've ned Foley's Honey nnd Tar I'ompootid and It never fnlla." Hanlsh worry and save doctor Mis keep Foley's Honey and Tar Cora pound always on hand, In your home. One bottle Iots a lonft time it's rrlwUeiixi safe and the last dose is us good aa the first. Gel Hie genuine. sold ,cl V VVTiere for, lie said. " e h: ant horit y that v mi wine into old bottle ic it on scriptural annot pul new .m,i 'ii:R0SC--YELL0Vv'&TeNE i; FORT AS ARMY POST; FAIRBANKS LAM BASTS DEMOCRATIC TARIFF "4V MnMIa JOURNAL aPICIAl IIAIIO WIRI1 Pans. Ills., int. 'l. Charles W. Kiiirbiiiiks. rcpuhlii an nuiniucc for the vice presidency, attacked the dem ocratic tariff policy today, declaring that It created an American army of lincni plov cd before the Kuropean war, eipial in size lo the army mobil ised by the p.nti-h (mpiic for the war. "It Is vainly greater llian a mere ituesllim of dollars and eenls," said Mr. Pali hanks. "The question is whether our civilization can endure Ihc strain of a readjustment under the mil est 1 ieteil competition to that basis of employment in farm and fai lory i which prevailed in Kuropc, the orient. and in South America before the war and which will prevail on a more keenly competitive and, therefore, lower level, when the vv a r is over." "MILK add IBV UONNiNd JOURNAL aICIAL LIAtO WIDH Lander, Wyo., (let, 1.-Pon Ye!-; Ilowstone, post ol the troops w ho here- ! jtoforc have t;uarile, and policed Yel-: jlowston .National park, was closed mi. ia military post yesterday and tho 'icii Wo ili.. Iltee.l II HP' o w put onvince tL'M'l. an supply a limited 1 1 u in l.( r , ml customers with nir nw .. i ... i i i - i ... x in.i i s l i:i vv all Strom, l'uriii. I lien 5'OU. troops stationed thci I to the bonier. Thirty ranmrs will take the troops. I he change is said to policy (if the national which will employ only i lo police the park, instea lary power w lii, h has hi Ihc park was founded. ie ordi Initial of in ) ft of the park Inn ivil proeesso d of the mill en used since i GHiCSiESTErl S ALLS 4 (rv I Hi: 11 BUM! MiAMl. A :,v:; l.nilfi iil AL .,,tr llrnuNl (.r ( ?il-rlic.er f llliimon.l lEruli,!, rill! a, II. . I 1 ,) i: I.e . w.ir.1 v all , I.. 'I'lil.' let iilln'r. Itnv ,.f vonr !rii1:;l..l. A- k I..r Ii I ' tltxTI'CI KIAVIOM) IIUVMI i'll.l.i, I. r SI yti.,rsloiwr, nv Hi" I, sme,l. A!.v;.vs l:r-i:.i -r SOlDBYDRITrilSTSLVIffiffl SMASH THE GILLEMWATER HUBBELL MACHINE 'l ake Subscript inns for Armenians. N vv York, i n t. 2 i , --SnhscripHons ind eolh clion's will be taken HiioiikIi oiit the I'nitcil Stales today and to- j inorrow for the relief of destitute and jslirviiiif Armenian and Syrian suli- jeet of the TnrUlsli empire, in ac- cord'ince with a proclamation issued j by President Wilson. An appeal has been issued lo Ihc 1 7,111111 .Sunday school ehidren of America to contribute. I . lOti 0 n . I 5tove 5 Fuel racnon ans Economy K. to, I II in; ! u til lliiit'lies' Kcmaiiiine 'lours. New York. flct. Jl. rhailes ics' remainini; cainpai'Jn tours lucliiil,. trips throuth Xcvv l-an;- land, New in k stale, (ihio and lmli-: ana, wmdini; up luie vvith s dies1 at .Madison Square Harden, November 4. He will resume his speech-ma kini; here Tuesday, iiclober L't. ..Mr.' Himlies slant today reslinu; in .Moiil- dair, X. J. coxsidi'.Iv (ki-i.ru,Y lii-i-ou-K iji-cidixc, n-ox i up. mu r, U) I H N. TIII'.SI- KI;.I.I4V I '( )KT..'T Till (',S- SAT I SI'' CT1 ). A XI) KCOXOM V. IM- Wanfs to Make 'I'ronps ( oml'oi table. San Antonio, Tev, ( ict Jl. .M.ij. Hen. Arthur Murray, retired, repre sentative of the American ltd Cross, has reached San Antonio to Limn an inspection of bolder forces Willi a . i view to asccrtainim; if Hie ornaniza- sioil even wit limit the form or sem blance of a trial, w hen the offenders j """ '' lire taken in 'flagrante dcliclo.' or! alter a most summary inv vst ii;at ion, which Is not the case. "Whereas, hy these measures I, tbe first chief, hope soon to re-establish ! peace and iv,. protection to the lives,: honor and property of the inhabitants, attain ttivmc lurtii to safety, confi dence and work; 'I herefore, I have seen fit to issue this decree." t ion can do a in t him- omfortable in h make lb caniji. e men MEDIATORS 'INTERVENE im m run oTDnr I IN IN, 1 i Ortn OinL llrilish Have a -Ismt, Tih. IhuiiIoii. ni't. LM Herman buht cruiser has been torpedoed by a lirit Ish snbiiiannc. Tlic cruiser remained afloa t.alHiouvh she uppiuvtit ly tuf lercd tonsiderable d. tillage. (V MOHNIN JOUHNAL alCIAL LIABBD Wiail New" York. net. 21. Federal media tors have intervened In an effort to settle the strike of motormcn and conductors who were employed on i New York's transit lines, accordini; to; an announi emcnt made today hy il- j ll.ini It. PiUerald, general organizer ! of the employes union. The mediators. Robert McQuade, John A. Moffitt and James A Smyth. of the staff of Secretary of Labor Wil son, declined to discuss the subject. or to admit that they were ttvniK to' arrniiKe a sett lenient. Confiscates Neutral Mail. Itcrlin, I let. Jl (by Wireless to Say villc, I The Hntish authorities con fiscated all the in ul on the Noiwcui.m steamer Krislian.ifjord. hound from New York to Heruen. the Overseas .News agency announces. i WBIJ I 04015 J I COLE'S Original Hot Blast HEATER T . I . t JN ns!llV(."IV till' Ill'St ill tlic Imt blast heater ki't tnilay. 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