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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Sunday, October 22, 1916.
Six ! 1 TSSSissfSBissssassBsi: LIST OF FRONT E CATTLE BARON'S ESTATE TO PA! We Sell For i.i s OF PREVENTING I occ You Go a niiPT vriD i - uuieiuniB FAMINE IN NEBR. E PLEASANT TIME I flu I ILHH I SoDoes Your Mont- !?' tmnikwVJuamscsmrxt DEMOCRATS GI 1PACKERS HAVE BURSUM AND FALL PROFITED WELL OHM l: ij , ,1 ,,i SUGGEST MEANS PORCH SPEECHES OH NOVEMBER REPORT 0 CAR WAR T BIG FEDERAL TAX Democratic MaiKwrs Claim President Wilson Will Car ry New Yoik Stale, but Not by Lai rc Plurality, New Vm l, 1 1. I. 21- - Fn -Im nt W 1 1 -Hn will make Ins last upccch of the i .inipaiiiii nl bin nuniiiur it si'b-n' c. Shadow Lawn. I.onir Pianch, . .1.. on Satuiduv, Nnvciiihi r t. It was mi- II ) 1 1 1 ' ' 1 at llcmoCI III lo llnllnll.ll lli.l'l (,!); , s llillll- III II Will 111' ''"I'l l ' ,!:, 1 il : '! ontinlv In New Jei.icy fin r. -Is mill in mlil'OiM of tin- ptcm lii m. iiruo i Mfl'in Dili k, chairman "t llm ilimootatin national oommillcc, expo. Is mm' in r iimlii In New York mini ilii tion day, hi' niiiiininccd, I" l,r- 111 till' Illlllnt of tllll llillll dllte lur Mi tury.' lalwlll . Harris, challllllin (if 111'' dciiiiicratlc UmIm committee, in Hiiiliiiiiiil lunttiht, declared flumes I am d mi "ri turns wliifh arc nnk lic.Uiiin." i ii h ' 1 1 New (nk to 1 1"' ill moi'ials. Covomor Uhllmnn, he nil.l. "wlin In .-1 1 1 1 1 1: t I III. in Charles K, llllMlU'B 1 1 1 I In- slale," Will Icirdlv lici'ive ii iiliuiilllv 1 1 1 1 -- t ; i i.f limit- tllilll "'I, (Mill. W hi lean II is i vpcott'il I resident WilHi'ii fin. Samuel g.-nbnry tin- ili iiiin i ;i t ii .imliilfil)' fur uotci lin r. will have ill least lUii.iMHi l il -mill i in i J i I'd I it New Vm l. ,M i aiiK'incnts 'r"' completed lu ll 114 1,1, II vt as ii ii mi ii ii 1 i'il. fur ii " In i wiml" catupalKii df New York Mat'' l,y thi' Voimn Mi n x I icmo. ml U' II UlMIC. Spi'llkcM Will Ic'IVC lll'l" Wciliicnln v ui mi automobile lour llial will take llniii I hi miit'l! nl t y -1 w counties. 'I lii' will appeal especially In .tilling iiii-n voters In support Hi'1 (Icmoci at Ie ticket, il was Maul. 'IVE STEAMERS SUNK; EIGHT LIVES LOST it HmiNiNI JOURNAL irina. LlAffo WINII l.lllliliill. lll'l. I'l.- 'I III' Xlllkilli: of five steamships, I wo llrltl'di ami three i l iii'iilial iintloiiallly, Willi the hiss of ,,l liilMl lll'tlt llVI'S, M lllllllllllH I'll li .,v.l Th" PtlMfll Me.'ttnfTn fiunk win- llii' 1 1 ii;. iH'iiol , nf Nctt ra-l It-, inul llir Maii'lilom s i.r illanv. The lleWS of Imlll Hi 111 III I' I M Mil' reported In have been lamli'il. The neutral nteumcin Hunk mi' the Alliens inul llainliiil. nf Norwegian iictstrv. anil tlir Swedish steamer Alt lilld. Kinhl iiii'iiilii-iH nf llii- en-tv nf tl'i- Alllulil i ii' Inst ami llii' I 'ill ii in lll'l' Wile H.IVI'd. C'MMISSI0rWATcTlES NEW MEXICO INTERESTS Wl MD'NI NV JOUHNAT. AMCIAl. I IAIID WIHII I icovi r. int. 2 I Tin' stall' ml nil -ntlrrrrcniilirtrl (il New Mexico filed lo May Willi llii' Inli'iNlali' Commerce commission n in'liil'Hi fm Intervention In the hcnrinc uf llii' i ice nf Mir t'ol mado I'l 1 1- I : .i t --1 ansochitlon, it hen i".i'- tlir liiailnn In lii'lil. an unllm.: tn w 1 1 ni n'liiiril liiiiv Tin' ii'iiiisil nt-k (I llial In tin' i tint I'alr" air ,iiiiiiH 'i wlili Ii nnnlil Ii hi ii ni ii' Inliii'His In Ni-w Mi'miii, il In' n I v in a . liniiri' to In' ln-ii til 'I'lii' fan talis :iMiii'i,ii inn ri-rrntly (ili'il Willi llii' I nli isliil r i'ihii . ini'i, i' i iiiiinilhNiun a I'rlilniii iikMiii; for i i'i liiiHifn iiiKni nf all railinail ijiIin III W I'Hl l' ti stall M. Say Railroads Aie Doint; Dost to Supply Satisfactory Tr.'mr.poitation, but Demand Makes It Impossible, lr inNIN JOUl artclKL lAtlI IMI .isLitiKton. I III. I'l. --Tim IntiT I ill- ( 'n 1 1 1 ii i ' i i' i nimii IhIiih Imlav IMIill- illiil,' II lnlt llf i'n tilKj.i ini n I'f ii riir famuli' In Ni'liianka. mi lutr that llii- raill niiilM an' f ill'liiHliinn all Die i'ii i'H they (an h 1 1 j I 1 ' to iiii'i t an niiin'i ' i'ili nii'il ili'imiiiil, I n I Unit II If imi. iihnil.li' fur tlii'lu tu fillinsll SilllH fai'tnry t ra n sport at ion iinilir the (lr- i ll'lll'l.illl'i'H. Tlir n port wivn that tlio only way to pri yi'iit ii- ii I II inn of tin- Hlioilani' Ih to pl'osiili' a ronniili'la till' iilnotllit of in w I' ii 1 1 1 n i it u ! ami cur i'iiiipinrtit, ii li 1 1 In itliTi'aKi- till' r.f it 11 1 1 lap.'iilly nf i ii 1 1 1 1 in i nml I'liwilor lii in in. 1 1 fa rllllliH .y Hi'M'liil liumlli'il pi-l i-i'lit. Tin' lii'iii'inus w ill la' l oml nrti'il hy Hi my T') 1 1 ft i II. an rxn mini r ami 'it- t Hi 111'' of till' inlllllli'iflinll. Till' I iOK', mil' of llii- inoit nntaiili' nil tin- i-oin llll.lsloirN llm kl I, IlilH IIIVIllYI-ll in iti va i Ions jiiiivIi'h many iliclHioiw In tin' pan! vi'iiis anil mnw'M out of tin- oiil ii-r.illi'il SpnUani' ensr, Tin' main immii' iioli'i in the Inn u; iiiiil i-linit liiiul piiiyminii of tin' Intrt'stali' I'utii ini ici' law Traffic In Imtli tin i-rtionn I'I'tWPlll till' tWn cnaMl'i II ffi'i'ti'il, llt ( 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 K Hll"-t l I II 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 M li'H lull lint Ho' 1 1 ii flu' lii Kilriiri friuti. wlinli miiyii.s mull r I L.i ii It i 1 rati- a i i'a itMi'inctil . Tin' i (iiniiilHMtiin'H ilia iHioii iliri ' In Unit tin' fourth siiimll iippllcalions I for cxt'i'plinii from the ImiM nml i-liort haul (iaii.sc i'iiill no ills) 111 ppiTliii latin on en ii i ninilit tin frnin i iiitrril li i rlliii Ii h In I'iii ifli- rorim ti'lininal and imini'iliali' polntu rr-.-pirliUK rah'H on liarli'y, bran1, ciinni'il kooiIh. ilriril fruitH nml whir from California pin Ih hy rail anil wa ter I in it u ), lialyi'Htun tn Atlantic M'li hoa i poillt.i, lie ll'opi'lli'il for flll-lln-r liiiinni' ri Mii'i'tinm roml il ioiix lliat al'i' iilli-Ki'il lo JiiMtifv olhi'i' nml illffrli'lit orilri'M than thosi' alrciiily i nli li'il hy llii' i oiiiiiiIksIoii (.i;i mi st mkhit(.i: i ; i n i ;m i icii: i;i ! lull'. lll'l I'nlll- i iir-t ton i:i N'i'W' Ymk. 'lit 21.- Kailiuails of lite l inli'il Statin are Miflerini; from the ritcatr.-t filiurliiKe of i a 1 .1 ever ex pel irmftl l lllip lllllti of the year, 111- I'ot'illllK In fluill'ex lull'le pllhlie ill) Sipteinhei ,'jn theie wan ti nlnu'lure of HI, (1:111 nit'H. Thin pat en with a NiirphiH of lii l.niii on 1 ii iolier I . UH, iiml of 7 V!' Ihe 1 01 11 apnmlim; ihite last year. The mi atest Hhoilani' in ill hox cnt'H, lor.'iinnii na.lllli, while iltaT Jllnl K0I1 ilolii en in 1 1 it . I 1H.S72. The tvi'i'iiti'nt 'hollilKe of I10X (111 M Ih ill the (41 II IIKer HtateH. Ualltiiiiil men nay the Mttili point of Ihe Hhoi'tai?!' will he learlieil next niiinlli Establishment of International Supreme Court Having Jur isdiction Over All Nations of the World Advocated. St. l,nuiH, (lit. 21. KHlahlihliinent of an Interiutlluiiii! court IiuvIiik Jnri -liiittoii over all n.'itlotiH of the worlil, III the Hume way that the Tnlle.1 StaleH Hiipri'ine court Iiiik Jiii'IhiIIcIIoii mer nil the stati'M of the union, wiih kukihIi'iI an a prai'tiial nietlioil of pi it cut ioK of war, in a report hu li mit till to the Ihiiihi' of ileplltii'M of tile I'l oti-Htii lit KiKoopal eoiiventinti tuilay. Tin- report wan preneiiteil hy the 1 oni luiHsluii on inlniiiiliiiK war. Whet her the clans of motion pic ture fllmn ntiown ill the I'tiited Htntes Is Imtnotlnx wan n ipiiHtion rained with Ihe KiihililHMon of a renulutinn hy Kef. K. A. Shayior. of Scuttle. Thin rinnlulion ilitei led the church niii iiil Herthc ('(immlnnloii to iirnuiKe condilloiin lo create a national I i'l of cennoi n anil orlulilally iinserled t ha t while ailmittliiK the henefliial effects of nnine pleturcn, an Increaneil I111111 hcr In laini; picnenl eil, yhowltiK "ilin tdl teil VieW H, HIICUI'Hl iniiH of lust inul llcetiao, and detailn which rnmhinc to (lcyi'l'Mi u Hi'hool of i rime. (iIii''Ih In "liHTi'HMiiit NuiiTtwr." ' Kef. I'alwanl S. Ilrnwit oh.lei led toj the wordn "im iciihIiik niimher," an- Hcrtlnt; that in 11 mutter of persona 1 1 opinion nml an a retmll they went ni 1 n it i'ii from ihe rennlut ion im ailoj-.t cd. i The rlercy and laity t the chunhj are uiKed In 11 renohitloii udnpled hy j the limine of I icputteH to tile "riKitl ! ol Mcnance in all nodal hahiln of I those t 'lirlsliiin prliieiideH which inakei for Hobrtuty, purity inul linlinens III I life." The resolution also asnerlcil that the "awful trimcdy of Kurope (leina mis a nearetiliin int est u;a I inn of the nliuul-j Ht'dn of our individual and corpor- I rite lire. Amciian life," it In asset led, , "In marked In a vulnar nml rlamimt : way hy ostent ioun luxury and pmilinal , cxt ra va Kance, crealiHK false ntaiidanlni of llvlnir nml tetiilliiK lo maid' more; evident Ihe cleavaKO lieltvceti rii jioor." j lllti.l ie I'ltlil Not riiilld. That the fiKiil within the churih (ill ine i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 mi 1 "i '" ' - j I'snllH I United States Expects to Col lect Millions Prom Property Left by Henry Miller, of California. 1 Han F'"raiioiHco, net. Kuvernment tax runnii of dollars will hp levied tale of lleiirv Miller. 21. A federal K into millions upun the en iitile humn. Roswell People Attend Repub lican Meeting and Treat Speakers With Respect; Votes, Another Matter, who dii'd 11 week 114:1), h-atim; an es tate variously estimated at from J2u, (iilll.Oni) to 140, noil, 'mil, it hotamc known here today. The tax will he claimed under a provision of the fed eral revenue act, passe. I hy the last conk-lens, which provides for n grad uated tax on Inherited estatcK. J. .1. Scott, internal revenue, col lector here, turn taken sli ps to assess the Miller property, it was said. lie In iiwaitinn detailed ins'i ui tionn from W ishlnKton. KHtiiiiatini the Miller fortune at $ in, nun, nnii the sliite and federal laws, it wan said, would hum.' the total tax on the cattle klnii's estate to 11 sum appi'oximatini; $ K, (inn, mm. Thin would he the lanv-'OHt unnessnieiit of its kind ever eve, in the I'liiti'd Slates, in the helief of officials here. CONFESSES PART N HOLD-UP OF Dl ivrnpi ULIIIUII In! Unll I Ihis. T( X , 1 let L'l The police arrested a man who nave the of .lames Walton, and his ad- 1 SI Imils. Mo , who, the po- I. 1 'onfesned lo tin pay car nf H Machine cmiipai vteeltn aKo. Til 1 1- said, 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 i . ate 1" 1 ye his the $:',.;, nun roh e lluirout'hs y 111 Iletl'Oll. r ronfension, I I ill i'l.' nihil ,1 pi SOLDIERS' MAIL IN f RANGE IS ENORMOUS ,y itn clergymen of illtorc wan not ended when the llclillties recently tclei'tcd poniil, wan evidenced today in 11 reso- ; llllloil llitroduieil hv Ihe l!ev. I.t'livh-j I'atkn of New York, and reterreii to the commission on holy matrimony. , Thin pi'o'oseil iiinonical iiiiieiidmenl 1 which woidd fm-liid clertiyiiien per- fmturnjj siTi'li cen nioiiii s In. Ill it Tiew form, the rejected proposal. Tills reference to Ihe coiiimlnnion on holy j innli'lniony. leailei n of Hie com cut Ion : iisneitcd, was certain to hceomc one, of the parain it Ishiics in the 19111 j ueneial convention. TANK WAS JUGGERNAUT TO HELPLESS GERMANS m Make Your Pay Go barlhcr SAVE $10 1 ON YOUR SUIT OR OVERCOAT W'f li.tc en di--il,iy the l.iiL;("-t line cf i'i'Y ;illiai' li c in t II v '-hlrs ni' anil Winter ll'i'i'rnv in ;ill tin.' new s 1 1 ; 1 1 1 1 s ;nii iiiixtiiics. Suils and Overcoats Made-to-Measurc ( AakiK'lillnl 1'rrml t'urri'iii.iiliilrllrr.) I'liris. (let. 12 The l'lench nnl dieis' cni rcspomlem e now aiinunitn to iieiii It four ami a hall nullum pieces per day. They lecelve an iiveiai;e of I million Olillllary lellitn, .'11111,11011 nctsli'ieil h ll. I-., Hi. nun ponliil and ti Ii i;i aphle money orders, and .'0,01111 In tv 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 s. II Keeps husy a slaff of '.'.nun special employes nt pie, I uf I lie 111 Calls while del I. s Mil lie d during the im, n! Im of Ihe vv iir, lor .111 1 mi nun I. -it, -is ami 4n, linn paclias-en. 'I lie in 1 mi lit Mall' h .indies 2211 Ions or 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 pii ilatn, and it reiiilres -I I hot lun was ens id lUi- I'l'inh standard sr.e to linn Unite 11 annum the principal liead ., u nti l s U 1,111,1 the fiont. re Hum he cenlriil I W 1 111 V -Ma j I'llSl threel a 1 1 1 aise of ! 'I In ... -Im Hie 1 a 1'ille sol. Iirl s I t I" III II e inal lie lime COIHll I V iple Ih.' I lli'tt posl.ll llnli.i ill the l ilt nf r In I nil Ih Ihe Unfile Inl and Hie letters I diniii y illstl ilitl- II is IGNORANT 01 CHANGE IN AMBASSADORS (Hy (leorues I.e llii Willi Hie French Army on the Smiiine, (let. 11.-1 have Jusl 1 n al le lo approach the Immediate sur roiindliiKs of Chaiilnes. The Hr:lit has just heeii finished and the mound still heiiin the Moody marks of Ucr lllllll dt lent. I have nei'ii there an 1111 foielta hie Hinht of Im nor. 1 shall ever icineiii her Ihe iiiKlitmare Impression of thin land where dealli appealed under such hideous aspei Is. At Soyeeourt and l.e rressoir the dm keiieil hy the snioke of hi),' shells InirstliiK and all nroiillil me 1 i tml il only see 11 Init nt. iorn, and dcvnsliited landseiipe. The (ler- I man trenches had heen completely J (lesti'iiyed. The ha 1 1 h rield was thick ! wiih holes three. five, even ten yards deep. The noise of nuns was still nndihle al a. ilisliiin c. Nil and llieii a shell, Da today name dress ii lice sai hi l t- of h and 1 A 1 1 1 1 n k I several I tin- poli men. Walton, who Is .'i! tens old, "as ill-rested in the company of his vomit: limine M Wife. He made no alloiript to resist the iii'o-, t,,. officers. He told a city detective toniKhl he realized that "it wits all up with him." the (HI it it said. Ac- corilmu to the of I net s. Walton smil-j inuly told of how Hie trio ilaiiricd the lohliery and after its coiisuinniation rcinjiiiieij. jn.Uii' tu ihhorhiioil of Hie. seen,, several datn. "1 wan not sober when we did llial Job," he was ipiiilid as siiyinK "In our' hurrv lo K'-t nvvay, We left one lion hoy onhtaililli!,' itl'Di't JS.nilO. We tlKnrod we were 'iiIiik to Kit some Ihinu like JlSO.unn, hut we figured w nun:." Walton, eoiitlniiini; hin desci i pt ion of the ilaylnHit lolihei't, said, ai'ioi'd inu to the police fin If ni'"'. Hint he hi lieveil he fired one of the shotn which wounded the pay car's niiard, I ut only after his (Walton's) com panion hail heen wounded. Mm. Walton accompanied h"r hun hiiiiil to the police station. She also said her I. unhand hail heen known as ,l;t Iocs I Iiil'iloll. When Wallnii wan in custody the police made a search of his looms in a H11I1111I1. Hidden under a i hilfonier was $on in hills, a laiKe number of caitridi'.i'H, some electrical Instru ments, and a pistol. The officials also Pave a pass hunk showing about I ,l,,,.,,..i, in a I i.illan bank ri... in-,, ,,!, .it tin-L'e it is said h.v ! officers, are believed t" If ni Ihis part of Ihe country. tCIL COHHtPONDtNCt TO MOHNINO JOURNAL Koswell, N. M , (Ht. 21. The re publicans of Chaves county are as-ett-intf that the tour of the Pecos valley by candidates for state offices Is the most successful cauipaimi ever made by a republican party in (.'haven coun ty. A n.t as far us crowds go the fi5 iires bear them out in this assertion. At the meetiiiK in lloswell Thurs day niht. 11. i). I'.ursiim, Senator fall and W. i). l.in.lney addressed the largest crowd that ever assembled for a rcpuhliiiin iiieetiiiK. A third and possibly a half of the audience were ileiiiocrats, hut they wave the republi can candidates a respect fill licuriiiK for two and a half hums. Tells What He Would IX. If there was any one llillll; which was especially prominent in Ihe cor dial reception the candidates r 'Ited. it was the fact that the crowd appre ciated the absence of iiiiid-slinninK. Mr. J'.ui'Hiim spent practically his en tire time telling the people what he IhotiKht were the needs of Hie state and what he would do If elected gov ernor. Senator Kali criticised the for clmi policy of President Wilson and Kiivc one of the most exhaustive (Its courses on the .Mexican situation of the whole cuinpaiKii by hot 11 panics 111 Ihe county. The republican candidates did draw (food crowds, were royally treated in ih i'locratlc ('haven county, hut whether or not they made a single vote is another matter. The whole campaign In yettint: warmer and warmer, mid while there arc not cnoiiuh republicans here lo make any bin difference ill the ultimate result under normal conditions, there are enoiiKh to cause the democrats to vet their vote out. Visit to Plains Country. A democratic campaiKli party has Just returned from the plains conn try cant of Koswell and report they have- never seen democratic prospects' any brighter. The republicans poilcu only a dozen or so voles in that sec tion at the last election. The (Icniocrats polled a heavy tot" there in the primal ies, and they ex pect to poll a heavy vote in Novem ber. (inly two or thn f the candidates on the republican county ticket are making ii thorough campaign and just how much they are acconiplisliiii),' il"--body seems vvillinu to predjet. Total Sales for the Twelve Months Show an Enormous Fkurc, One Billion Five, Hundred Million Dollars, ; Thiil the packing industries hnvt profited well is .shown h.v a detailed stiit. 'incut aiipeariiiK i "1 ChioaKo l.'vciiini: Post of recent date. The to tal sales show for the tear $ l,ri0, iK, n. (am a figure almost beyond hu man uiiili'i'statidinK. Ainioiii' .V Co. decreed to declaip 11 stock dividend of 400 per cent and j,,,.!,. is- Unit' capital to 1 OO.nnO.uuu. Swill - Cu. fulow wiih a cash divi i'.i'iiil of $2'., 0011. nno. It is shown that the combined cap ital and lii'ii'h d indebtedness of this Industry follow closely the world's premier corporation, the I'liitod States StC'l. AccoithiiK to reports, the business ol Swill & Co. alone far IH Hi crossed I),,, ji'.nn, nun, una mark. Armour is said to be ilnilli; close to a llii lf-hil I ion dollars a year in uross I'lininess. The other concerns' annual turnover is up hi ihe hundreds of millions. (if eonrne, not all the business is done fiom the stockyards. The pack cm hate branches all over Hie coun H.v, and at leant two of them lire now reaplnc larae profits from their plants ill South America. lint the business centers here, is directed from tier., nml Hie major part of the prof ils are disi riliiited here. The packini; business, more than almost any oilier, has been a personal business. It was developed by a few men of eieal iniatiye and broad vi sion. II 1 ol 11 ni 1 is in the hands of Hie nanie families that built it up. Ar mour ,V- Co., at least, is a close cor poration. The Swift stock has hecoinc more widely distributed than any oili er, In iiiur listed on the .New York, Hus ton and Cliicao stock cxchaimes. Hut Its control is still centered liKht here in the city anioni; the sons of the founders of the I usinesn. Newest Fall Style, in Coats, Suits, Dresses, Skirts and Waists at Remark ably LOW PRICES MOI! KIPI T.I.K'W Vi:VIION lll l. l I R WfiUMIM JOtlllNAt PICIA1 unto wiiiai ( nt, 21. S" 111 . 1 s of Mi nun a I fairs a I llm I 1111,1 Hie Ml Vll'il 11 1111 any kliiivvleii;e of any 1 . -1 - 1 1 n 1 I ol' the M ex O nl ot Hie atllb.isr.il- I nlti'il Siiilin such an Mi x in, ( 'il v . .1,' IiiikIiiii 11 1 1 'I ni.il 1. in hi L ie ib p ill 1111 '.CSV 1 1 1 - 1. 1 1 1 M liaiii'i-s m lb, 1 .111 1 nm nil- si lnl - In ! lo Hi. He II pmted I I II: en Alii' male, today up, at lb II 1. love bursliliHT In the hood, made me r.lvely. Soon the calm to the last rays of of cm incn, vlil.nlunH, weie disci Through Hint ill", Immediate nelnlihor net my teeth cunvill- MUl WAR IS BLESSING TO FRENCH SUTLER Kast I.un VeKas, N. M-, "ft. 21. The Mora county republican conven tion, after haviiii; been in session for two days and niuhtn, adjourned at 111 ill 11 mli t Saturday nmrnlnK. The ticket tianied, it in said, is aureeiible to two rival factions of the republi can party in Mora county. For a time It appeal's that a split In Ihe par ty was Imminent, hut. it is stilled, Ihis danger has passed. The Mora coun ty democrats, however, assert that they will poll a larger vole thin year than ever before. The ticket named is as follows; Sheriff, Patricio San chez, of Mora; treasurer and collector, ('. I". Strom?, of Mora; assessor, .1. P. Mcdin.'ij of WiiKon Mound; clerk, Ped ro A. (irtena, of Wanon Mound; sup erintendent of sclmols, Milnor Itu I il nl 1 1)1, Sr., of Morn; commissioner from first district, Luciano Macs, icicvolaiul; second district, Toman I'Vl'liundez, (irate; third ili-triel, An dres Trujilln, Solano; Mate repnsnt iilive, l-'rank A. Koy, of Koy, and Ale jandro Arellano, of Nolan. The state senatorial nominee from the district comprising Mora and San Mmuel counties is Zenohio Sahizar, of (luaila-lupita. TROOPS ARE BETWEEN AMERICANS AND VILLA IBY MOAHlNfl .'OUHNAl aPICIAL LtABlD WIRtl San Antonio. Tex., int. 2 1 .--Carraii- Zii I roups arc npcrat itm in the lerri Imy between the American expeili tionary ciiiiimand and Villa forces lo the south, accot'liim to a report from Cciieral Pct'shini; rceeived by (ieneral Kiinston today. The dispatch said Hint definite information retardintr In... Jim- nf tUe hu'wli's ": ; !;tliii. ufficial I'cpo'tn luive not yet reached lic:ubU:ii'ti rs concerniiiK Hie n('W c.i miiaii: 11 against Villa undertak en by d" facto covernmeiit troops un der 1 Ieneral ' 'ziinu. New Fall High Boots, patent, gun metal or vici k-rjj all sizes; button or lace; as long as they last -$2.65- NEW FALL SUITS $14.09 to $35.00 NEW COATS $6.95 to $35.00 NEW SKIRTS $2.95 to $8.50 NEW WAISTS 69c to $5.00 L Maharam 516-518 W. Central The Last Store on Central Avenue The Store That Sells for Less. -In i ill (.iven l oi'ty Days in .lad. C'lioibiis (I (let 21. Sheriff Abinzo T. Swepston, of buss county. 1 hum- A(Imm-iiic iicsmus, v 'tee president of the American Slier-1 London, (let. 21. Arthur I'lmwiV Iffs' association and president if the ! incinh"!' of 11:1 rliii mont for Slirl'r. (ihin Sheriffs' ni miniz.itiun, was Kit ei j Hurhn and private secretary tu I! a sentence of forty days in Ihe Iiela-; late Sir II. ( 'a m phell-1 laimerin 1: ware county jail by I'liileil States! irime minister, has iiwiiiiii l JiiiIkc John 1-5. Safer here today fori invlnu to He- unpopularity of his ni'i'iitlttiim ii federal ptisnner in his 1 t oca.'y of pe.-ire m 1:01 i,' 1 ions, jm custody tn take buir, aiilninobile rid and have other liberties. He wan re leased on J.iiin bond pending a hear in 1; of the case on error before the court of appeals. 111 1 111 1 tiM ;i!n Mr. Ponsohliv ; 1 1 1 ; 1 1 L the (,'ot 1 rnnient in the li'iuse nf 1 moils for allowing iliplomali' 1 U'H"t in stand in the way of pi jit -parhrs. SMASH THE GILLENWATER HUBBELL MACHINE twilii;lit hroimhl some .'linistir field, but In the the sun horrible mounds twisted in supreme- eon- rnlhle. iilful human vi - Hi Inlelii. .Illlli. 11 III lli'l'l.e.l ll Cell Pal I. 111-. I'abli Hi 1II1111; 'led I. Ill nib. 1 II - -.1.1 I le r hv a dm- des dcnial of C.i.li.ab'S , head or Wan to be Ml, C.I- VICTOR Mil I .THICK COMES 0111 I0R HIE PRESIDENT V M..IININ JClllUNAL 'tClAk. L4ASID Wl.ll 1. Ii M 11 , Kill , 1 nt 2 I. Victor Mlllilo. It, Ini out pi i.e Ic-slv e leader III Hie llatO'llil liniie nf I e p resell t a - I IV 1 illti M And Up We ('.111 snr yarn al !e;i-t SI 1 I 1 HI tli.lt Mill "!' " i'l I'' '-it and tluii vmi lute lie sat -iJactii'ii cf Vit.ii ini; ;i K'ti iiiciit tli.it i iibule tn lit anil phe Miti-l.ati ui. Come in and See Them National Woolen Mills T. T. WiXTK-KY. V.inirv, I 'Ik me 13". W. Ci'tUi al . Will i i i Hon ii.il lo In.U's 1 The c llli'll II . s. Hie . III. dlt I o. bile. I ' i ;i in pa it; n iiml lb. mi., if P 'I'l' ..p. i I lal . h. I . publi, i I ' nil the si I t in t.itor in il o n row W I. hlt l i.r the 11 ill all in Mi. l.c-le. S lis. .n ih tuori 1'pmn nt ptn ll'.s tint Mr. ll 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' i . "lias I'll'. l.-MH'- llf t 111' i that I'lisi.hnt i -..IV e than hi- llciisoi, lieiulicv phoenix. I'lllV. Ii P.. I I -..( .li-iii. 1 1 ii. h I I e 111 t, II III. I Illl.'l' t a.-pl 11. I A I IX , I let. 2 1. l.lilsl I, (11, ll.lll, .1 Plllli I1IX llllt Allan tm pi mm n in :t ,1. mC. 1. 1 a ll. I Will ail. 1 1 ess a nii;ht. The I'lisnl I, .ie, I that the In I'lmi lilt; III I V el V v.'tc .Imible thai id V , ill .- . u., Will be polled. I cpi In- said. "Hi., i after Not i nihil- " . n-1,1 1 e I p.nty will Inn e lii be r iiue.l with iii national politics, Itiele I . . ll be llii tuslull. Wild oals call. .lies can lultllll' be ttllXi'.l clos.-iil 1 am n'x.iii tn be helc s.ilile d.it as Colonel Knosetelt elation a fuw lights a ppea red and din appeared from tune to time. They were carried by a ml u la tut- a -sislantn, searcliinn for some of the few wound ed siiitltorn anioni; thin Infinity of (lead. Now and then a m'oun came to my ears, si enilnn like a deep coin plainiii),' voice of this bloodstained land. My noble took me lo Ihe Ahlaln court i inul near a small t alley. Prom here the sinht was still more terrible, el crythinn hciiiK" torn to pieces. There Il faun had been, ill whlih the Cer itiaim hiid cnireiii bed themselves; Ht least no I was told, ror uothinir re mained to proe the existence of the rami or the Ccrmaiis. Thin devasliitiiin wis the work of one of the tanks. This new and ter rible death machine had rushed upon the farm, pu.nsiiiK the Cci man senti nels, who fired at it, but could hardly scial'li its iron hide. It passed i ii ii -kly on, crashlnis over the farm, cruncliiiiif and d isbu-at int; everything. WalU collapsed, slates of the roofs were splintered and scattered the t-'i'ouiul was deeply furrowed and t l ei s w ere uprooted. An to the Ccrmans they were com pletely turn to pieces. All that re mained disappeared under the nion stions wheels of the motor car, which h tilled the Kiound, leavinir uothiim the j but a waste, scarred with red splotch- ' k - I en f l om ''ut 1 enii-riics md I ,,., t brow si - local lit la I l.lll-t si. ile four a . t." or tbe it ml ill:.! I.illi I at I ' in pi to I Xposc .me of his II". It of . 1 ,1 l.'.l IV rii. I lull Mi tiihcr lli- i ikl.i.. i n t 2 1 P.. (' Chi is i Ii .incisc.i, a member of the ib nf Mm l l, a. On .1 In I e late which a leit lu re iiml there. i of iismiy. TI led theatrical r an nrin convulsed in projectors bi;ht upon thin (Aumirlntril lTmii forrmponitrno.) Paris, iicl. H. The French 'sutler" has shown his cunning by thus tar lesistlto; all efforts of the loniiiiin sary ilepartment. of the army to cut dovvn the ciioi nioiis profits he makes j out id the soldiers In I no zone or no- urmie.n. Ciiinciuberl cheese, a lavoi ite supplement with the men near the front, and which In dear enough in Paris, brings from three to tour times what It really mmht to sell for nt the repose stations. other luxuries hrlni,' proportionate prices in spite of the Itinerant bazaars organized hy the commissary department. The motor peil.llin:; cars are not swift enough t" Ki-t the bellei ot the ".sutler." The oomniissarv deparl ment is now irtine; another remedy. Two Immense general stores have I established nt i in i .ol t ii nt distributing points be hind the front Willi a view to furnish Iuk more promptly evert 'thins the sol .in., I......1 in ii.l.liiion to their regu lar rations. Knelt store is sufficient j lo supplv I'.nn.outl men and the pro visions supplied from them may hi' more readily carried to the men than by the motor-bazaar method which required more cars than cmihl Is' spared. l-'iich of these general stores' em ploys ll.OOi) men and fiO officers, oth er stores will he established If It Is found necessary. VILLA'S ARMY BEATEN BY CARRANZA FORCE IBY MOIINIM9 JOUH11L I.IC1IL l tAttO WlR Ll Paso, Tex., Oct. 21. It was slated at the Mexican army head- I quarters ill Juarez tonight, that, ac- coidinK tn 'i'1' lcHst repoiis trom Chihuahua City, Cciieral omnia, after makiiie; a stand and ovcrcoiinni; Vil la's force-i nl Palomas. eiuhlecn miles west of Chihuahua Citv. was now en uiikciI in their pursuit. Nullum: was known, however, of the direclion tin pursuit is taking. KeportH said to have cnine directly out of Mexico have il that Cenetal (izuna oblained the adtant:ii;i ol V 1 1 -when he wan surprised and flanked l;i in an em outlier at San Andre.-, out by bandits under Salazar, beinw chased hack to Palomas. where In men and made a sue- WHEN YOU SEE OR HEAR THE iiiiiwiyimi "in NAME I reformed his ctssful stand. lncoriMiiHllon Kloetitin In Santa Fc, i let. 2 I . An ele the incorporation of Koy. in Mora county, linn been called vember 21, al which time a four other trustees and a cl Koy. linn for eastern for No ma tor, rk are to be elected. There contest between the dry adherents. i.U i he a keel, if and the New Mexico to Help Armenians. Sunt. i Fe, Oct. 21. Today and to morri tv, at various points tn New Mexico, In cnnfoiimince with the proclamation of President Wilson, meetings are hcinu held to raise funds for the starvtus Armenians. In the Picsbt lei i.in church - tomorrow r Santa Fe Armenian Sunday will he obserted At Koswell this afternoon a meeting w is held at the Princess theater addressed by ex-Covernor Herbert .1. Ilas-ermnn. ex-Se. rctary of Slate Nathan Jaffa. Col. ' W- W" son .and Austin I I'rih' "ll behalf of the Armenians. Music was furnished by the Military Institute band. Miss Mililicd M.ibie and Mrs. WilfreiJ Smith sanir a si'lc tion from the Mes siah and Or. Charles 1. liarhnvr presided. Oil I REVIVES COLOR GLANDS dreadful field from w lib h come h.u k horror-stricken, the samp tune hopeful. I have but lit i t I OlII 111 III! t c S all a e ' . lie III W h I 1 ni li. .1 ot i r In the a i He e,icii!il ('busty litalU ILl' Wll'tkubt!, Sll-t. lllic.l W belt h be w a- fit int. all.' phMu'c.l to was pinned bc- Aildlt Km- ti San Xntnnio's rin. San Antonio. Ti t , i i. t. 2 1 The Third ct Virginia infantry and a Florida field lmspit.il ariive.l lu re lo d.it lor tltil Willi the Twelfth divi sion A sivnil cenipani iliul a field hospital, bod Irmii ViiKiui.i. and a Ni 1 1 a in i". Im c signal einnpany, are tliiy Uuuol lutt. Iin.ls I'n-u or Wroi-Uotl st luxiner. Norfolk. Va . Oct. 21. The Nm we ui.in steiiiiier Atona landed here to day seveta! members of the four iiiastcl schooner Fannie '. l',ow,u. wrecked in in lit -. fa li on i ictobei 12. Captain .loh.inneson of the Atona re ported the h'sn of C.-ipt. John Carter, skipper, and the first mate, name not known, liii weiil down alter the n s euo ship had sighted them cliiiiUnt; to t he rnaaiiK of t he wreck. Darkens Gray Hair Naturally Q-Han Hmr Color Keston-r is no he, but acts on the roots, making i hair nod scalp healthy and restoiin-; j the color tlan.ls of the hair. So if (tour hair is flay, faded, bleached, ! pi ematiirely rat, brittle ,,r fallinc. ippty i-i.an Hair Cnl,,r Kestorer (as Itrccte.l on bottle.) to hair and sc.iln. BtvuIU trom Jdu.dU Ydi Ad. In i mill I- m-l sn ft h short tune all (ll;r j.ray hair, l.e rest.. r.-, p, im even tb licate. ! iti'ire head of hair! , fluffy, lout:, thick i ati i ' en beautiful dark ; I lllllit 11 you had up- l Also stops dandruff I h.cr, Num. tour hair- uiiibmt w it h. ml Sul.l u;i ;( innti- i (bilk shi Wli bei i mid of i olor no on idled Q-F-ai and fallitie; fasclnatini; and et en a trace of cr BR SNLIN YOU IMMEDIATELY THINK Window Shades But that is not all the name stands for; it also means the VERY BEST in Window Shades. Made on a heavier and more closely woven grade cf muslin and without any fill ing of chalk or clay to fall out and leave un sightly pin-holes and streaks. They will not fade nor wrinkle, but are always bright, straight and attractive. They cost a trifle more but will wear twice as long. We are showing BRENLINS in Ivory, Mauve, Van Dyke Brown, Green and the Duplexes. ( mmmim i v- hack i;uai anti i l.iir liotth- at Unit Alhu.nici-nue. X. lolks sUl'llcd I t s. In M. mull. 0 cents fm- a ' , ill wu si. , r.-n. I Hit-of-tow 11 i Half Block East Y. M. C. A. BulkYing HKESEEE3ESTES3 i I 1 1 r