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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Saturday, October 28, 1916.
RELIABLEjSIHC PASTORAL nil r n II ( cuewt r - L i ISSUED lira it ni HIIUN OF CHURCHMEN SnWART Cast Range Eloquent Appeal Deals More Willi Secular Than Eccle siastical Affairs; Departure From Past Custom, One o S t v 1 c Kanges me. i j Kill" t ll t IIJilIIV Of Stewart wc arc snotty-" t . c t on I tan to see stock nl Ranges and Heaters Before you buy. Our prices will save you money. RAABE & MAUGER ir ii ill voinii s Hardware I'lltsT ST. We H li AZTEC Fuel Company Gallup Lump Gallup Stove Native Wood Sawed & Split Mill Kindling PHONE 251 LABOR SECRETARY DEFENDS RECORD OF DEMOCRACY EUROPEAN WAR SHOWS FAILURE OF CHRISTIANITY mm.. '.. m .... Members of Church Urged to Look More to Thtflgs Spirit ual Than Temporary Af fairs of Life, USSIIISS iouhi HHlM ii.no SHSS1 St l.ouls, Hit 'i Warning Amcri i huh against "tb dangc, "f i""- an tipathy flitnilnic Int.. hatred," and against "urn nnserratoil piospcrlty Min ii is bound tu mum manhood to decay," the pastoral letter of the rrutvHtiHit fDptacopnl church m rand li tiii- final joint session ot tM Irian 1 ,1 in i convention heN today. The letwr j im the, meesajs of tin- iox bishops of tin- church lo iih communicants and, , under the church law, will he trad In I every KplHcnpnl church In tin , ,11111- try. Meals Willi Secular Affairs Uniikn in,, si pravoui pastoral let toiM, it dealt with Mcular, rather than f i icHittMiic (iffnir.H. it reviewed omv dlUons in Hie United Btatei and Itiii rOM im, I in tin' Orient, mnl pointed out to thi country the thrent Hum) lingers In s nnUennllsm which as sume "I lie ugly role of giotip selfish - naai of falta patriotism win, lever danMra "my Ha lurking beyond our western liorl.on, II as serted. "M surely he liveried hy u plrll of Justice which hiiM not always lirevutleil ill our (leullliKH With the I II lent." Membern of Dm church worn ad monished tu "sanctify their wenlth hy offering freely of their substance to Hod's muse," It being added thai "the WOUnd of Armenia, Poland ami Hel tl in in Htlll lie KalilnK to the sky anil offer their dumb appeal to Qod anil mini." The letter, In part, follows: IMtOT In I'nit "America i involved today In world-wide confusion which finds iih most arule expression In II n- battle tlaldi oi Europe. No self-lsoAtlon on our part Is posslhle. The fofiUDM of the nallims tire Interwoven as Hi remix of a tapestry. tea. h i,h hi wj- haVe In teach them raey rawike our worship of comfort ami money hy the dally offerlnii. upon a reeking allai, of life and treauri may declare to uk that Intoxicating UqUOr which Is so freely and care icski iirunk In our land, is a national menace, to be dispensed with at tho cost nf lowered revenue hut with the Kali, of heightened virility; they teach us that rood Is Muff of physical life, not an Invitation to daintiness and gluttony; they rebuke our spiritual poverty by tin- splendor of their spirit ual cugornoH which, nut of i hel r Irmm. ly, brins new vlalono from (tod ami lreds new wrtins m men: nay Mbmiie our aelf-lndulKence by a de- Km of s If-sm rlfPe that Is loyul. I n- lirl-llan I'rlm lpl, s TMumph. "Vhatevor aOky may bo made or loMI explanation, at home or abroad, for the worM-confuiton, it is none the less all out. ume and a reve- laimn or im-i hnstlan prfnclplei t hut j have dominated the life ,,f western I 'hrlsteridom, and of whiid both tile Church ami Hie nations have need to I repent. I "draad of poaMMlona, of honor or pleasan, hae liieiallv dethrone,! Clod snjin ine olace amoni men chun h has been only see and covet, not her her progress. A NEGRO FROM S NT CAUSE OF SCARE Departments of Justice and Labor Are Making Careful Investigation of Alleged Elec tion Colonization Scheme. BAKER SHATTERS T.R.'S VISION OF VILLA, WITH 4000 MEN, COMMANDS CAMPAIGN ISSUE RAILROAD E fiMin li I bus far. lb. nroni anouan to ron enough to consuuirnal, nbal. Hl own disunion dims biiq mmiers Per . ii,ii, ,H powerless to en-ale an in, divided world. The breakdown of w-cuiai .(forts to maintain iUbl or.br constltuti- a special , to her to aqulp heiself s to fulfill her con ciliating office among Individuals ami groups of men. "We lose our words of counsel and i, v.!:;, , tu, ,. , "i dawn. History makes plain to us 'hat man'i axtratnity is Ood' oppor tunity, BanMth -wry paii of Iracady IIM hidden the glory of (iod- new Msioiis of fullh, i.-w MUDMUI of Ml lui- lo in- rew, j ,,, M, (JUKovof, , by those win, look not at the thing! which are n-en, but t things win. I, are not Keen. ad who wrestle with loil for a blessing. " Secretary of War Reproduces! Bandit Chieftain Is Opei.it Jersev Citv Snnech Show- Trams Between Santa j - - i ' - j ing How Grossly He Has Been Misquoted, bel and San Antonia, of Chihuahua. sa- South SUKOULA AMD am HUMORS GIVE 1 I There are many thinti lL expi rience an,, oi.s, r,. ' "i ohic ranaratlon .houi? T the younger. Among them''rcs" thai icroful, d ,,,i,,' produce ecn m.,, I oil. , ; other eruptions. , in, hen?52,h' (fully treated with rilla. " - This gnat medlcln l , :.-..miinition or remarkabb It -"wu ri a aiui Irools, barks and hrb l gathered especially r,,r it Hood s BftrMparllhj I test of forty veai s. K1" Gel a bottle todaj nawlf I nearest drugstore. Always, 'ill!,. HUGHES REPLIES TO PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS GIVEN IN CINCINNATI it oatlauc ,T MuMNIf.a JOURN.I Pif'l LlA.ID Washington, Oct. 27, Bdh the de uiirtment of labor and 'he departmenl of Justice ore wat- hlng closely the migration of MUthern mgrms to northern lndustiial ,-niiis. The legal offa'eis hope to Check possible tdec- tlon frauds, while tin labor author! lies ale inter, sled pn ma rily in pra- 1 ian .... at jw-ol i e from beini; used lo fui ther mi gration schemes Attorney Qaaeral flreg ory, in addi tion to general Instructions recently given to federal district attorneys m advance of the elections, has ordered a special Inquiry into complaints that negroes are being sanl in consul, i l-b numbers to doubtful states Under piomises ot work at high wages. His trlCt Atlortiey Mill' i 'I Louisville has been ordered to r.porl (he names, town and destinations of all negroes, or any other possible voters, going from Kentucky, Alabama or any nib it part of the south, passing through Louisville in suspicious numbers, oth er dlStlid altornes in Hie south and in middle states are understood to be under similar inst i in lions. Itechni p. 'talk. Department of Justice officials de cline to talk on the ground that it might interfere will, the government s plans, ami all reports iind corre spondence are being withheld from publication. Tin attoma general conferred today with Ins assistants on lection frauds in i.-.n.-i ul. He is gi i f ti picial dispatch to mornino jouknali New York, (let. 27. Secretary of War Newton Maker has shattered tbf republican vision ol a l ampaigu isSU' created by misipmtalioii of his re-! Cent speeeh in Jeisey City, which has bn made the Subject of Indignant protest ami demands for his resigna tion by pat riot ie soeietieH. I can not give the exact wording 1 .'"; j'ria m ss j jga1' Iteitner manuscript or notes," sas the I secretary of war in a letter written' Horn ROCK Island, III., nctoher M, ! "Neither have I seen In any Com plete form lust what I am resorted lo have nld but the substance ami I spirit of what I did say I can easily; 1 1 eproduce. "I Started by describing the oondl- tion of Mexico undei Dlaa, the deatl- I tulion and misery of the people, tliel 1 evolution headed by Madero and lis' success, i then described Madero'sl assassination, the part played by I Huerta, and bis ultimate disappear-1 . ni .- as a factor iii the revolution. I I then tinned to the present condition of affairs in Mexico and nskdl wheth er thev hist, fie. I nit nn t in ..it anv truly Ann ric.in theory. I described cently 1 hua V MOMNIN9 jnUHN.L tPICIAL LI...D Wlftff.! I'aso, Tex., int. 27. Bandits un der the command of Francisco Villa ari operating trains on the western di vision of the Mexico Northwi istei n railroad, betueeu Santa Vsabel and .au Antonio, a report leeched bv government ajntlta here today stated Villa, when he started southeast to- M . Sttjitli ttosalli m " Ifirg?? along the Northwestern railroad and lo prevent in- um- i y Carranu troops lions against Villa ami his vim. i, according to tin , now has approximately some of whom a re not MEA T Ul of men aid tile TO THE III sa me 4,000 armed soun men, ln UASIHT III I I K join iii . i nov their revolution as incomplete and asked what would hftVl become of our I OWn resolution of 1776-1780 if some foreign power had become tired "I jibe unsettled comlilion ol our country land had Intervened to establish Its I theory of government instead of Bi llowing our father" lo establish our liberties and gfVe to the world the first real free government in history. "1 then remarked that a revolution I p always a grave malli r and attend) d i by Conditions of disorder, that men ing im- man,-, nil personal a u . n, mo f . freedon, illhllil I have mean gol lo lell what you really Murv.-i of i.-gisiuiion. "In this antudumytai a.i we find one of the marvels of recent legisla tion. As a student of legislation, think It Is iareieal. think it Is per pectly prepOMterouH lo say that It pro teds anything ,,r anvbody. And as a iilerense to Amerb un trade and Ameri-U-an workmen againsi ihe . ,,ni pellt ion -of EurOpMn nations after the war, 'it ,s in se i nan useless. "I.el me show you what It says. II Mturls mil by lavlnsr: -That n sh ,11 i, unlawful for any person Imparting or! assisting in Importing any articles I from any foreign country Into the unuea states, commonly and systemat- eMlly' how defendanls' i ounsel would love those words comnmnlv ami the 1 jgfstanvgtioally to import ami sell, . ..... Maaua ....... winti I lender, "olo., ( let 27. W ft. Alison, sicretary of labor, discussed ti.. admi, i, Miration's foreign polu y, la- loghtkttion 1 1 -1 before composed , bare to - f the pies in- asked i belter If the i x hanged a illld have mi .led Ibis el the brok lo fl hoi legislation, financial ami the Clayton anti-trust an enthusiastic a uillem hugely of laboring pc- night. Kefel i log o CI ill- Ism blent s foreign polic "Would It not have been cuunlrleM of Bltro had l-w notes so that the) daratOOd each othei and bortibls war?" "The power of wail street o i redits of the country has been en forevar,1' he said, referring num lal legislation 'Ihe Adams, in law. lie wild, was the proposition of neither puly to the controversy, it W11H -p. propoeltlan of II, i- presnb nl. ' lie ,,. ,1, "nn, I con- KiesK surrendered to no one." lively time Ml. Ha gins .rHblned the measure, he said, he struck a slap in the face of every member of hi- party who voted for It." Mi. Hughes, be sanl, looked a long lima for an Issue. When he took up Ihe AibiniHoii law, he ilcclaicd, he look an Issue that was worthless as I n us his political loilum wen- con i ( rued .cause In be imported or laid, .-inch j "Interest can never again be si-i -1 a rib leS within Hie lulled States al a jtlonal, The world Is henceforth one, j price substantially lesN I ban Ihe actual ! for Ihe time being, In a disturbed and j imirkel value or wholesale prloe of suiieiing unity, in unys to c e, in articles in the pi im iptil mai ki ts unity when- order uml heullh will of the counlry or their production.' reign, 'Her.-' ami 'there' are merely -Now tins is a criminal statute, and terms of lifeless space. The longest hefore you get under way y have distance In the human brol herhooil got to prove Hint this thing has ' een Is but from the head to tho feet ot'idone -loinmonly and syslomat. all . tin- nulvering. sensitive body. Pnlltt-lu OW lone wool.) i, .... .... I...i.,-n K Ml expediency may III war time ro- J prOMCUtlng attorney feels In- can trust Ijutre neutrality of the stale, hut II a ease.'" cannot hold n b.ol, the Hyuipiithlcsi Staluie Imsn H 1 1 ilghes and- under his direction special agents of the department are Si the call of every district attorney desiring assist ance, so fur complaints have rw had the department of alleged frauds or attempted frauds affecting candidates for federal offices in Indiana. Illinois, Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, New Yurk and Missouri. Th departmenl of labor let it be come known that it had dseued or- i den design ad to prevent tin use of j the federal employment service in as- j slsting the migration of large nuntl-eis Of negroes from the southern slates 1 Assistant Hecretaly I'ost said the de- partment had no intention of becom ing a party lo scheme which might be devised for Ihe purpose of lower- ing wages or breaking labor strikes. j At the same time, it was made clear ! that in rases where investigation j proved It to he al fact thai skilled la- its great ideals have to battle against an established older and until they succeed COndltiObl are upsel I stud lor Instance, wi say of the Mexican revolutionists that they tire not til ways uniformed poMlefa, Washing ton's army as it retreated to Valley Forgo was scarcely clad. II was un paid, unclothed and unfed, Inn it per. sisted through every hardship to its great mission. Drove (ut UoyaUsta, "I said we complain of Mexico that property rights are pot always re spacted and said among us lo some extent thai was no doubt true, as the so-called loyalists who adhered to tin call of King George, even the ministers ol the churches, win- driven oul and their property devoted In the revolu tion, i said it is complained in the present state of affairs Mexico can not pay her debts, and said nor could we until alter ihe establishment of a table government, in 17ss we Inau gurated a proper financial system. "With those promises, I urged thai a people who im-i won freedom Douglas, Ariz., net. gf.- "Colonel" Rosarlo Garcia, for five years an In dependent bandl in eastern Sonorti, ami Colonel Francisco Riena, until re- follower of Villa iii Chlhua- me reported in a letter received heie today lo have joined fortes ami declared for the legalists party. Thoii combined following is said In number too. Tin- com man iiia rters in the hua ripa, Ihe el making its bead 4 southeast of Ba- CHICAGO DIVORCES ARE ON INCREASE m MK.NIM. IOU.M.L WP0C1AL L.D Wll Chicago, i hi. 27 . Divorces are on the increase m Chicago, according to years 1 M 14 and I !i 1 hy Qertrude Howe luperintendent of so- foi lb survey just con: Britton, rial service, In l'.'U divorces in 1 HI r, there were 4 mer year the ratio of I tag is was !.,, 1 per ; was 7. tiii per rent. numbered S,dl4 ; 1 11 in the tor divorces to mar cent; In 1915 It Two thousand T.J. ,. i .1 i two ci iciurrspoonrnr of h It ,'lCk hlJlts- nr RU.i. 1 uaiuyf bothers, We are a nation of meat sMmJ our omo, i is nill it w Mil ni n , .. ..oil.L.,,.,,,. ...i,.,. "mi ,. Buworay, who us ii, ne consianny on kidney trouble, The kidneys do the 1 1... 1. 1,, . i no., i. . .. . '"; , , ',. """M u i ..v.. .....v. ,,. ,,u Ihey get .sluggish; the ellDlluOk sues ciog ami inns the lalned In the tire system, VI- I., r, 1,1.1 . . i.e., ,..,.r niuneiM nr-n,- anH , like lumps of lead. ;,, you luv ' ing pains in the ba, I. dr the m ciono.v, tun oi seuiment, or th der is irritable, obliging yes i relief during the night; h,-n 'Itivo severe neBaaciies, ntrviiiu l uizzy speus, eteepiessness, tcU m i, h or rheumatism In l,ml (2 t I mm your ph., i maclsl ;,l , - . T r. .1 C I. ... , iilll.es ni .,, n.ins; tane a ,y ipoonrui in a glass of wetw atf nre.-i Kiast enon morning and In i -lays your KlOneys will tut fine. famous salts is made front Um , 1 giap. s anil leiimn Juice, mmi . Kiiuril , sir utmost ti Wtsta bl 1 ei with lltbia, and fenerations to f dogged kidneys, acids in urine so touri f irriititii.ii, nary and bladder di .lad stiiis is InexfJ Injure; makes a d cent lithiawater drink, and m tan make a mistake by taking a nrcaslonally to keep the kldn-yi and active. has been uii i l bus ending oruera usive and M iigiufui ((bra borers were beipg hindered becausi of lack of unskilled assistants and i i b rough marvelous courage and stead where there was legitimate work foi j fastness In ihe fan- of .-very peril, m-groes efforts would be made lo se- j difficulty ami discouragement should .... ... . t !. .1 ill, ...... ...1, e them list as anv other -lass ot,"..i. s., ,.,, , uu,,-, ire.. labor would be secured. Imln nlual ill ir.ii, A man can. paealonlan ami retain his man nf the not be hood. o Orajasad for sniugncss. "The fad thai our nation Is not at war affords no ground for smugness asr, ungues tinn reiterated his at tack on the act's provision, declaring that he did not think "11 b-fi anything ot tin- statute so far as practical oration is concerned." Tin entiri country would feel tho op- It throws upon us the searching re-1 effect ,.f fijujrope competition after the l-onslblbty of extilllng the true Ideals! war. Mr Hughes conlmucd. ijibor, Of pOSfMI and Incorporating them in now employed, would la- turned to our national lir.-. Nationalism loo compete with other labor. Purchasing often assumes Ihe ugly role nf group-- power, he went on, would 'n reduced, Selfishness Or false patriotism. LiOCaijand "on the other hand Instead of a conditions determine what form thlalllttrope concerned with war with m.i- disease will take. yonder, It breaks lions of men not producing, you will forth In the senile! rash of war; here, haVS those men turned I , the UCttVl in unoonsec rated prosperity which is ties of peace iiiid producing nor-a cf lioiind lo catise nmnhood to decay. ! ficli r.cv than ever before. fcKrfaHsta -siiiHiii Win- loan. 'opeuh.igeii. ni l. Ji Ma London According to the Vosrwarta. Hie so riaiist parti m tin- raichstag has re solved to support the new i iei in. ni win loan The senilis! party vote showed ll, ,ii fifty-sevrn were n, favor of supporting ii,,- loan ami fifteen against it. ASY TO DARKEN YOUR GRAY HAIR You Can Bring Back Color and Lustie with Sago Tea and Sulphur. When you dnrken your hair wllh Sag. Tea and Sulphur, in. one Mg lell, in - num. it's done so naturally, so evenly. Preparing this mixta re, though, at home Is mussy and trou- bb some l-'or Ml cents VOU can buy ut The naton that in some quarters, for Ibe sake of gain, sllll chalmi to the wheels of Industry the budb-s and souls of her mile children, that al lows human life to bo, eaorlftoed to the inventions of speed and production from lack or neatly safeguards, thai heeds bill listlessly the cry of the r and oppressed, is not lit pence, even though she be not gl war. If uesenl ly w-e aspire to act as peacemakers In behalf of tin- wailing nations, let our aspirations l,e tempered hy tile re flection that we an- tainted with tint common disease of which the erup tion of war t.s a symptom, Hoi n cause QOd b iles ;, QodleSS ami empty peace as mUCll us b, hales up unrighteous wur. lime oi (liven Rnoiurh. "Let it be sal, that In proportion I to her swollen we'ilth. America's con tribution to ihe innocent sufferers in RUrOPC Is the merest pittance. A few nave given lavishly, even to laying down their lives. man in due portion to their subatanoe; the vast majority little or nothini if America comes nut of the wot I, I disorder richer 111 purse and pOorei In manhood shu will bring upon herself the penalty of i debased life, or t' ell of losing her vers soul. "No nation, least of all so vast and diversified one ai ours, is hjattfied In trustini; to chance for the CTMtion of In r national character. She must any drug store the reMy-tO-Uae prop iiratlon. Improved hy the addition of other Ingiedieuta, nailed 'Wyetb's- Sam- and Sulphur Compound " You Just dampen a sponge or f...ft hrtiMli with It and draw this through your hair, taking one small sirand at a time Hy morning nil gray hair iIi.h apnears. and. after another applica tion or two, your hair becomes b.-nii-tlfullv darken.-,), glossv and luxuriant. tiray, faded hair, though no dis grace, Ik a sign of old age, and as we all diHire a youthful ami attractive appearance, get busy al i.nce will, Wytth's Sage and Sulphur I'ompound and look years younger, This rend) 1 1 , use ,tepar H no, i- ., .1. lit hi I nl toilet reij unite and not s m.-dn Im- II Is not intended for tin . are, inliigu 1 ton it prevention of diia. , i pc, t of every one of her citizens some true form of national tcrvloa, rendered according to the capacity of each. National preparedness Is a clear duty. If this service assumes the form of llllblarv defe Use. slleh . ' ll 11 easily becom, ii menace and will sure ly fall short of paclfn- effect unless all the productive forces of manhood are at the same moment shaped Into social older The only thorough pre paredlusH is that exemplified b Christ, the preparedness of character, based iip..n life with (iod. llaie Much l,t learn. "Would that our peace today were like a river and our i iglileousness as the waves of the sea. Then we would be Indeed an ensign to the nations. Hut how dlffeunt a caae it is. The nutloiiH now at war have as much to "Wh it aie we doing about It? There 1h not a nation in Kurupc but What ll taking account of the economic condi tions likely to arise after Hu- war. AVbal gre w e doing ? 1 am not hen I tO debate theories. I am not here to dismiss tune. worn arguments about j free trade or protection. nin here to deal with fads whieh every student jof Aineriiiin affairs cannot fail to rec ognize, and I tell you thai at this time you him- got to apply the republican doctrine of protection to American In , dm try." Idurope i Recover Rapidly, The nations engaged in the conflict, far from belnf exhausted and unable economically to recover soon from the effects of the war. Mr Hughes said. Would KCOVar much more rapidly lb. in SUppoaad, if history were repeal ed, as in Ihe eases ol Russia after the Rubm-Japanese war; Franca after the franco-Prussian war, and the north ern states after ihe civil war In this pro- j counlry. Mr. rfughea repented that he pro posed to hate an American admlnls tration, if elected. Mr. Hughes' speech here tonight w is the fourth one of the day In his Hrsl address at ftlca he devoted much of his time to his tariff views and A marl can lam, He rattorutod his de nial that a vote for him meant a vote for war. At Auburn Hie nominee assailed the Mm b Information regard Ing tho migration has been collected, in the south, complaint is made that the ne groes ale being taken to the north i with promises of much higher wages anil that If continue, 1, a serious short age of labor may result. The labor departmenl was represented today as feeling that any laborer is Justified In going to that place where wages un heal, and that the place he leaves can rented the situation by raising the Scale. The A merle, i ti Federation of Labor, according to Secretary Frank Morri son, also is watching tin- movement of negroes, with the idea "that if it is not a sdieme to get votes, it is a scheme to get cheaper labor than is available al present." Representative of tin- tederatioq have been asked lo observe ami report on all large movements of negro la bor. NEK HO Hi GWrn UION i n. is k w-s s i i n fewer marriage licenses were Issued in I ti' .'. than in 1914, due, Mrs. Brit ion reports, largely to economic rea sons. She notes Hint (0 per cent of divorc ed couples have no children and that only :) per cent of them own their homes, Twenty ja r cent are divorced before therr first anniversary and 54 per cent before their fifth. e, Kansas City. let. 27. Negro tratlon in Kansas I'lty this year Increased approximately loo per Within the last twelve months, lording to a statement tonight of j, O'Brien, county tax assessor. Kis- has nt .i with any olher pie struggling for freedom ami should apply the golden rule to Mexico while she OUghl to apply a principle of out own Declaration of Independence gnd alter and establish her government as her people Want It, I said of Wash ington that he was umlouhleillv one of tin- greatest men who ever lived and that no great event in history ev- j or depended so entirely upon one man i as did the American revolution, f this soldiers I sal, they wen- the bruVe j founders of our liberties ami we must) ! b- as brave in maintaining them and j as generous in extending Ule prim i- ! ides they established to struggling i people everywhere. "I di,i not compare Washington's! .soldiers to Villa Or to any Mexican I bandits whatever. I did not say that! I Washington s soldiers had stolen thing or that they stole silver n I Churches to buy drink or for any j i r purposes. "I did QOl refer to vTuhini i soldiers as bad characters, or com pare tnem with Mexicans in any par ticular, but on the contrary refprred to them as Different In training, race and Ideals from the Mexican people. I ,11,1 not refer to anybody's char- SCter Or eccUOS anybody, Americans Ot Mexicans, of wrong-doing, to have 1one so would have been wholly out of keeping With the argument I ails making which was not based Oh the rets of Individuals but upon the ne- cesgary difficulty of a revolutionary struggle. Jersey Infantry Leaves Border. Douglas, Ariz.. Oct. 27. The Fu't! New Jersey infantry, whb h has been on border duly for fmn months, en 1 rained today for its home station and lefl for ll Ml The regiment, which has a strength of 1,200 men. expected to leave ten .lavs ago when, the Colo rado infantry arrived, but not enough equipment was brought al that time. Will not s'.rictore. Noi.it hi dim i.i.ivi. Farce 1 I'ost if desired - Price f 1, or 3 bott.HfJ I'reptred by I TUB EVANS CHEMICAL CO., CINCINNATI! uonorriKFi ui re-ievcd ioUm Higti hMHSj and sfjiBN ui hit! itnicotixtisttitdj , n'.iMit, CODU,0M SVWVW. Relieves MM CATARRH the BLADDEP and all I Dijcliarps r 124 HOURS i IT" i cr r i,n,(onll. in.v- 1 ! ? t t i 1 1 i negroes registered e,i on the tax books. Francis M. Wilson, United Slates district attorney, mid he would make D statement later. administration for Ita alleged failure to observe th,. merit system in making appointments, and declared for a "fair in,( equitable retirement system," for CIV ll set V lee employes. In his Auburn speech Mr. Hughes also denounced the statement that a Vote for him meant a vote for war as "false, unworthy, preposterous and instil, ere." He again expressed the conviction that he would be elected. Mr. O'Brien said he had found 909 "I can not believe that any one will who w ere not list - I oeueve mi capame oi Mtti ring un living or tin. aeaa, nor can i believe thai ihe story of ihe dangers encoun tered, tin- hardships endured ami the steadfast course shown hy our fore- t fathers in Hie making of America is other than a tribute to their great-' ness, a claim upon our admiration ami I KEEPS AN UNSANITARY DAIRY, POLICE CHARGE Angeio Benedito, dairyman, yester day afternoon pleaded not guilt) be fore Judge W. W McClellan to Un charge of keeping an unsanitary ptgee. Chief .1. H. Calushti signed the COmpairtt a gainst Benedito I'o lice stud thai Benedito had been no tified previous to the filing of the complaint to clean his place up. The hearing was continued until to day so that Benedito would lie able to product witnesses In his behalf in coHirt an inspiration t uir patriotism. No pole OokMj In South Xlllerloa Washington, net. 27. - The Russian em bassj officially denounced aa Im. postors ,,ny persons representing themselves as agi nts of the Russian government to art , age colonization of l'oles in South Ami rh u No such coloatanUoa is contemplated, the em- basiy declared. mer here Taft SH-aks for Hughes. tar Rapids. In , Oct. 17. F.-r-Preeidenl Taft In an address tonight, declared the den ratio party was seeking a vole oi power lor unsound reasons, flayed the free trade tariff, and assailed the administration for wasteful extravagance. Its claim for present temporary prosperity and made direct reply to President Wil son's defense of the enactment of the AdansgM law. CARRANZA ANNOUNCES PERSONAL CANDIDACY tT UO.NINI ........ apniL I . h win Mexico City, Oct, j7. -General Car- t'anza formally announced his candi dacy for the presidency at l o'clock today, in response to a manifesto of new eonstitutioiialist-liberal party, urged him to run for tin- office and offered him lis loyal support, in his acceptance General Carrann said that if by the vote of the people they in. ule him president lie would ol-ej- and cause to be obeyed the laws under the constitution. Generals (Jon- Mies and Obregon took the oath of loyalt to General Carrangg, VOM KncrlH-r ipolnlcd rrenncr. London, Oct. 27 The Vienna n enlng newspapers announce thai Dr, von Koerber. former Austrian minis ter, has been appointed premier, in succession to Count ('ail stuergkh. assassinated i letober 21, sa.vs , l!eu- tei dispatch from Amsterdam. He lias undertaken the formation of a revs cabinet. 'lo DtaOHSS War Measures. tendon. Oct n, Tin- German reic),stag, by ., of m(,l, 0 ,u thorized the budget committee to meet during the adjournment of the raichstag for a discussion of tler ruany'.s foreign policy and the war. says neuter s Amsterds ent. r respond- 9 1 t t 1 I V T t t X 1 I Jaffa Grocery Co. GOOD THINGS TO EAT MEAT DEPARTMENT cry ilhiict- Belgian I laic. Genuine Spring Lamb Sliiiiililcrs, Genuine Spring Leg of Lamb, Milk-feu" Spring Chickens. Fancy Voting Hen-, Kansas City Prime Beef, Veal arid Pork. Home baked Hams, K"a-t Pork, Veal Loaf, and Roast Beef. FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Green Beans, Artichokes, lirnsscls Sprouts, Water, press, California Head Lettuce, Crisp W hile Celery) Fancy Strawberries, Peaches, Casaba Melons, Table Pears, all varieties of Fancy Apples. GROCERY SPECIALS Extra large new Walnuts, pound 251 New Pack Small Prunes, pound 10 Fancy medium Prunes, 2 Muibls 'Z7tc Extra large Prunes, pound 25f New cluster Table Raisins, pound 25f Fancy package Brei Cheese U(lr Two large Dill Pickles ! Good Salt Mackerel IOC 8 pounds good ( hiions 25 Fresh hulk Potato Chips, pound , . . , . . !!35f , BAKERY DEPARTMENT Whipped Cream Puffs, Pumpkin and Mince PSi Bisrnarks, Fruii Cake, Chocolate Marehmallow Cakes, Nlooa Cakes, Vrigel Foods, Sunshine anil Butter Cream Cakes, and many other varieties. Fresh Bread and Hut Rolls every morning. Special cakes for par ties and receptions, JAFFA'S Phones 31 a nt I 2()-j'l West Central Smash the Hubbell-Gillenwater Machine