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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Wednesday, November 1, 1916.
"SPEAR HEAD" IH FOIL WRAPPERS WHITNEY'S PROVES POPUU E newrivB tem tut Increases bJ minri fnr Fimnoo Dl.. . VA Special Sale Today BY 0. S. STEEL P ...u..u .Ul u.ouuj riuy rjac(,( You pet the vp k... . Pioron tirhful ttr.ii V... e tw foil-wrapped cut of Spear Hm Spear Head is always the 5 high quality tobacco andin.:! new 5-cent cut is the mr... ' Cablegram Signed by Ten Ptiests Asserts Persecution of Ch u i ch Is No Longer Practiced, Rumania Claims Gains in Transylvania Border, and Russians Take Trenches, Says Pctrograd; Is Denied, Secretary Lansing Instructs Total Ear )gs of the Corpora American Embassy at Ber lin to Secure Germany's Version of Incident, tion Exceeds Best State ment of Pending Season by 1 nomicaiformtobuy. itdoesa-! ' 1 ...;.U U ...a, -1 . M'c: Nearly Five Millions, wan me waaiciui, uned-out ", ,!... . t e . . 1 emia , a suiys uesn, uicy ..e! frarrmnf- ricrht nei l.-. U- i ij lOfiiTI IS NEW HIGH DEGDI1D ASKED REGARDING THIS QUARTER SAY GOVERNMENT LITTLE FIGHTING OP CM Mia s REPORTED El GROWfMG STRONG ID OT MARINA TRAGEO! SUCCESS OVAL ENAMELED WARE TURKEY ROASTERS "WORTH A DOLLAR MORE" A btautiful Enameled Roaster- Size .inside:.. 15 1-4 inches long, 11 1-8 inches wide, 7 1-4 inches in height. ON SALE ALL DAY TODAY Hey Hardware Company I'MONK 70. I'lioxi: mtni iis , 1 1 ii i ii. 307 i;st i:mk.Ij muvi ii nti:r, AZTEC Fuel Company Gallup Lump Gallup Stove Native Wood Sawed & Split Mill Kindling PHONE 251 I wlce, added gravity lllp8. A l ITlfl I'Xplnslotl ourlilll'd cm the Htiirhcmn! side. Tim second torpedo struck th how iinii Hm ship went clown HlmoNt linmodluicy In ti Inula. It Is loporlTil Hint seven nu n " klllcil whllo ictli'iiitiriK tu Kit Into bout. Kullom wiw the wuko nf n tnicli, according tn these same advice. l,ul until tin- ship was Hunk thought It vim a f I h 1 1 . .V" 'A I "I' M N AMI I in v or itiAv ri itisiu i) loinils;!. Oct. 31. Cupluln llrowne mid. about f If 1 y (,f tln crow f the KlBHIIUir Mlll lllH llll. II pol led by pres.' HHKOOlllllOIIS til tlil V( Illicit dlnWIIod when Cm vessel was sunk off llir h Ish coast lifte r having been tm peloid ,j h mibinurlno Saturday uflonioon. The dispatch rends; "Thi Martini mink nt :t tr nVlnrh Hatunliiy uftolnuon. Captain ItrJwne imil nhuiit fifty of tin. ii,.w , drowned." li I p was h( r in k In 1 l Kit Hal Inn. officials poliil, however, Unit the llillish admiralty vtiiN mil 1 1 i r ' I to Hay thy ship was torpedoed ami Hint Consul Frost ,? ostcrday h.i hi Mm wan destroyed l,y uiinfiii'. Futility ii ki i If from the first aspects nf (lie case fiffli -Iti Ih made It clear that no conclusions could In. drawn until all apparently conflicting cireum stances had been cleared up and i vl dem o had been gathered in legal form. The case wiik viewed lis more serl- oiih lift ii iiny other since the destine Hon of tho Sussex, which wiih the flfHt Involving thu Iohn of American life out (he Mate di'pa rl incut gave no evi dence of tension iih It set about 14:1 1 h ing the factx. lodayM hows dispatches, Indicating that the unit wan very rough lit till time or inn sinking and that lino ves- hcI wan Miink hy two torpedoes rather than hy gunfire had not In i ll coli f 1 it'll In any official ilirpntohes to day, hut it wax admitted that if such with the ease the seriousness of the situation would ho greatly Increased Since the original ropnlls given out yesterday morning tho Nlale depart ment has not miide any furthe foiinatioii public. Tim ease. Ih hanilled directly hy Secretary sing himself ami any fuilher will he given out through him made public. r In bolng l-in-facts w hen OMV I IIIIUI I V M ISM i 111 I II I II ):ll I'ltosl I,ondon. H I. 31 A p.lvate tolo Itriini received today from ('rook hav en hy Itohert 1'. Skinner, American ronmil Kenenil. miyx that a B tin mirvlvom from the Manila who were landed lit (Tookhuveu are xlvteen AnierlciiiiH. mm of them Ih Howard IHinlth, u veterlnarv. ..siu 'ix in; si 1:1; vi TO M l, l TS WnHhlnttlon, o.. .'II. Secietarv IjiiiHiiiK Mild that hlH I .it m mi the cleniruetion o the. Hrito.li nhip Manna with priduihle Iosh of Amiii.an liv.s. wei. Mill loo Imomphte to peimit of uny loncliihlonn or to ulinvc him i.. cIimiuhh the cue. fuller repot Ih with affidavits of Ameihan MiniotM have Lieu ordeled hy cal.le. Thin liioriitiiK's news diHpati hi's Miiyum fume of the miiMchim had seen the waki of a toiped.i and that the London, net. III. The nuinher of iniH.-iiii; from the Itiltl.'di nteaniHhli Mai ina, which h.ih torpedoed hy a Hiihuiarine off the lii.ili count, has hern reduced to thirteen, iierordinu lo a tchKiaiii lei i led at the Amerli an einhaM.sy today from Weidey l''ronl, Ameiican consul at (Jueelist ow n. fif-ly-tw.i more hiiivImiih have hecn lamled. Mr. I.'iomI reporlHthat anionic the thirteen there piolahly will he Ainei u an fatalities. Mi. l''iost'a tvhxram In the cluhuH Hy follow h: "l'll'l Im more nurvivoiM of the Marina landed at I'a.stletown pier. I Inly thilteen lilinHini; How hellcved dead. Not les.M tliau Ihlrly-Hlx Amei IcatiH al.omd, of whom wixteen Havcd it ( 'rook ha veil. There will prohahly he Home A mel l an fa t a Ii I leu." It was Hald iiInu the Marina wink ten mlniiti h alter idle wa.i nti in k. Tlo le w the i lew i polls of h tlnriv font A CHILD DOESN'T LAUGH HID PLAY IF CONSTIPATED If peevish, feverish and sick, give "California Syrup of Figs." Mother' Your child l.Mi't naturally rroK nnd pievinh. s. ,. if tongue ! foat.'d; th.y in a null- mtn lt I, ill., frtotnnrh, hvi r nnd lowi'U lo rd a 'Scanning hi ciner. When 1ikIIm, p.-l, frvri l.bti, full o' rohl, hptli had, throat f..i. , d,., e.'t it, h" p or ml nuturaih. Iocs yinu,. ch-Rchr, diairhoea, ri inemher. Ken. Ill" llir nnd howel ch anslnn flood. I ilwn. hi thr f tt m( treatment k veil. Nolhlni; ruuHls "California Sjrnp of for children's HIh; Kive ii te.i ftpoopful, and in h few hoiir all the fold Hie. Hour lulu and fermenting foOil Which In llotKed in HlH le.WiU JMf out "f Ihr lynrin. and you have well and plavful rhild nuain. All ihlldrrn lovti thin huimio-H. ili-ltrlonn fni!t laxutiM," ami It never falls to ffrrt a pood "Innlde" rleanxliiK. In rrtlon for 1'iilo.H, children m !l ami Krown-lipH ale plainly on the tolt'.e. K"rp It handy In your home. A Ut ile itUrn today miv a mck child to morrow, hut cet ihn pemiinf. Aik jour drunKlut for a nO-crnt hotllr if ('lifornla Hvrup of l-'im." then look Lfid r that It la nude hy the "Cali fornia I'ig Srtp (.umputiy." , hi-en luoio;hi ti Win d J cMet d i ll-l. ha-. at I he, II torpedoed 1 lii- Uritisli ailmu he. n as.-i-i lamed wan fcicii. i e forty - nine A mil lea lis in f the Manila. I''llnl re I unking Mild that onl inemhers of her crew had land. Mr. Krost hciiI to the A hut ua n cm -that the Manna hail without warning hut Iv sanl it had not whether wit mini; Crti-liiiiis lo .lapiincc iiipcn.r. W'a-.htnion, net. :t. ,M resilient il.-on on ectiou, the stiite depart ment tod. iv Hint a cahlcK a in to Kin peioi Vo.luhiiii, of Japan, rxpresMiiK I'lecllUKs lor llus mn el unielit on the occasion of the ofriclal ohservance of the thli l -sci nth a niiiv el saiy of the impel,, i'm I c i lli. Hope wiih ex-pie-.'.,,! ih,, t,,, enipei or'v. reiKii Would he 'one of further pro.LTcH-, and pi -ohpei 1 1 ," Alili,,ii,;h Hie cm -peror WiiM hoin on August ;;i, his I ll Ih, lay Is ol seixed, acoidnii; to , ostein, oil net., her 1 h, cans,, of Ihr cxcesslM. heat which pievaiiH in Ja pan In Auniist. V. Men ."S lloin in 1 1 i ii. i i, t. .", 1 i !, i llll-. ) - 'I'he I IV ( I seas e 1 ,- Is lit tent Ion to t lie fa have I. ecu published in III, s ! pelts that 111,11 'Ki s of ;,s and t,;l in th, lo and, nl, in k have I i i t"l lllllltal V M l I. e. thi s IU l.ased on slat, lllelils is:: Sav -v ill I here -, , null,, ' pi o lin e ,, 11 i aluine-! i- l . . I , he I let in. n ot IIT HO..I.I iOIOMAI. CIL ! ,1 Atlantic City, N. J., in t. :il. To the i vldelice the Mexican eoiimi IhhIoiii'I h iiii- pl.-ieliin hefore tile mtermilioiiiil Joint commission to uphold their lis- Hertiona that the ( 'a rranxa government In mowing n strength, wim added to day a Ioiik calderain they Hald had tiTo :fri-H hy i". on i. in- Cat J; l-rieHls, I'-Hideiit in Mexico City, who tiHHerli.il that official peiHerut ion of the church no Ioniser Ih pnictieed. Tho prcHcntatlon of the cahleram, itn (lin ciiHslon, and the formal repudiation hy l.uiH Ciihrera of the Hlatement at ( i' i Im t 'i1 to him at WashiuKlon, iii.irked today's HCH-sion of t lie con fc renee. Wiinl In Hear Spell lie. The 1 1 1 f I Hersion of Hie commission he for,, the national election w ill I'1' In Id ThiiiHday or Friday. Tim Mexi ran niemher.s have planned to hear rrcHhlent WiIhoii and ChiirlcH J,'. lluilhe.H Hpeak In New Viuk, and most of the ,'iltacln-H of the American c-om- n i IhhI i ii will -o lo their homes lo vote. The date mid place of the moclinns after election will he determined to luol row. The wish of a part of the emu mlssionet h to I runnier the ennfor rneoH to WuNhiiiuton Im not shared hy all of them, nnd II Ih posslhle it mar he decided to reconvene In Atlantic CUV. The message of Hie priostH, which the Mexicans place,! hefore the Amer ican com m iH.sione i s, follows iii part: .levii;(. I ruin Hie ITiests. "Ily the press of the t'nited State and throiiKh other channels we have hecn Infori I that tin" enemicK of the Mexican movi liinielit who are fiKhtlnu ai-'alnst it at various points of the repul.lh hrouileast tin 1ST HO.NINI JOUNNAL trtriAL LIP WUIII There has hecn little concent rated Infantry fiKhtinu upon the Kuropcan hnttlefields. llctweeii Transylviinia i.nd l;iimanla. the onuonni; armies continiio Ihn frav, hut with little chiiiiKe. North 1111,1 cast of Ciimpu 1 1 1 n K. Hiiinania, the fu;ht inif voest on nnd lhu4i Kit -chilnis i'c c J pi njj.'-iif Mount It.isru, at p.iutncca, and the repulse of alliick.i in I he I i auoslavle sector, lierlln claiiiis the repulse of Itum.'iniun nltacks noiili of Compu lunix, and Ilucharest s;iys the ad vance In thu Jiul valley Is making promess. The Itiiiiiiinlnns have gained a vic tory near Szurdiik pass, a wireless niess.iL'e fiom lliicharcsl reports'. K- manliins drove the A list ro-l let nia lis from the frontier, ciiptui prison ers and nrtilleiy. IEn.Hf.ttii.j ( 'In i in Cuius. West of l.utsk. In Volhynui. Kus sians lia e lakcii Anslro-i ierimin trenches south of Sv pulsed couiiter-al ta, k river, lierlln recoil tacks were repulsed. A list ro-C.ermans have dusky and rc i m the shara Russian at- In Caliche, the checked nt- havi most rviiRiierated ver- liloiiH renin dlui? oulnmes alleged to have hecn committed l,y the govern ment presided over hy Vetiustlaiio Carranza, :ii;aliist the clerny and the chui-c.h. ur silence would inalio us accomplices of the politicians who are Interested In ilisseiidnallnr such false lioods, which, as such, c:in not heneflt the clervy ami Ih,. chore h. "Oiirlni,' ISM we hail lo deplore ijiiito a nuinher of untoWiird incldeiils. Hut then the Mexican ruination was tiuly critical and it Is notorious that such deeds of violence were commu ted hy undisciplined troops, opposed to the revolution headed hv Mr. Car rnnza, the depiedatois hoiny Vllllstas and Zapiitislas. At present it would not he possihle to point out actual facts to warrant the ass'-rtions M freely handle,! a hunt, i m Hie rnntri'i'V. we ale in it position lo stale that the civil, as well as Ihe military authori ties of the federation or of the stales. have respected the clergy and the i hnicli, personally and as regards the Institution. Tho liiil'clies C losed. "It is true that reeenlly the xovern menl has closed I wo churches In this city, due to prcssim; puhllc needs, hut this has I, ecu done without any vio lence whatsoever, and pursuant to all the formalities provided in previous laws, and after select inn i hutches sit uated In small districts, wheicin (hero are others open to the cult. "All of which leads us confidently to hope tiiat within a short period, when the coimt it ut ional rem Ua ni.atloii of the country shall have taken place, v.e shall all enjoy tin' hlessinus of I eace and the respec t and nuaratiteo id all rli:hls." ' tacks I, clow Stanislau and occupied Russian positions in Ihe Narayuvka HT-ion near Ilaliez. (ni the AiiKln-l-'icn, h fiont in France and llclidnni, there lias hecn little except artillery uoik. The Her mans shelled Ihe Ihitish front around Yprrs, nnd south of the Ancle, the positioiiH at Stuff and Schwahen re doiihts. Had weather is hiiiiiperlmt opera tions In Macedonia, hid the Serhians, I 'n tin iinnoiinces, have made u'oi;ress in Ihe Ccrna hend, and Ihe Krcitch hecn puhli.shlnK have occupied a inoiiaslciy west of Prcshu lake. Artillery i ihatic have occupied Iho Italian front. soldiers on the Austro- Itl'.M l S HOI II sritovt; POSITIONS Hrrlln, Oct. HI (via London). The comparatively slow progress of the Austro-Cermun fotccs since captui iiis: the passes south of K ronstiidt, in I Transylvania, Is explained h.V the ! TiiKchlatt's correspondent at that I front as due lo the fact that the Ku 1 manians occupy stroimly fortified po sitions in the mountains, every peak I of which cliirlnir. 'he past two years I has hecu converted into a, fortress, I with hiiltcries hiiilt ill at every avail-, j aide spot. Cood hinhwaVs have also ! hecn constructed between the differ ! cut peaks, enalditiK the liuinanians to telnforce iutcl(ly Ihi'eatcncd points. Owlni; to this Hit Hill inn. says the correspondent, the invadinK forces have found it necessary to execute wide fliinkite; movements over diffi cult rnounlains. Xcvcrthch ss, they ar(, making' steady HioukIi slow jiroM-less. Itl .M M S COM IM I) ATTACKS ON U PTONS I. HOININ JOUL .-.CI.L 10 ,! I Vashlnton, Oct. 3 1 . Cermany has hecn asked to furnish the I'nited Sl.iti'H any information the imperial government may have concerninK the sinklnit hy Hiihmnrines of tho Ilritish steamers Marinii and llowiininore. The reipict was forwarded, It became known tonluht. throiiKh the American enihassj fit I'lcTlin. .... It is understood t lie state depart ment look this step without wuitinK for full reports from Ilritish sources and survivors of the ships, because it was considered desirable to assemble j at the earliest possible moments in- formation, particularly rc-KiirdinK the; .Marina, on which several American ! horse-tenders apparently lost their lives. The re, most Is Informal and is i intended in no setisa as an intimation that Ceiinan submarines have violated international law, or the pledges of the Herman Kovcrnment to Ihe I'niled Sates.' While the Marina is the first vessel on which American lives have been lost in the war zone since the Sussex, and all reports so far have said she was attacked without warn ing, there was no evident tension over the case today in i;overnment circles. OI'fii'iaN Optimistic. officials continued optimistic, ap parently in the belief that the final accounts would show that the steamer lost her immunity as a merchantman by flli; hi, or by attempting u counter attack. As to the Kowanmore, which admittedly sought desperately to es cape, there seemed to be hut one point lo clear up whether the submarine actually fired upon boats leaviHK the ship, as aliened by survivors. Virtually no information about either case was Riven out by the Plate department during the day. Secretary Hansini,', who is handling the situation personally, declined to say anythitiK further than that his Informal ion is incomplete; that some reports had come from London during the clay and that the affidavits of survivors would be cabled to the department as soon as they could be taken. 1 1 K-l Of ltCHI'IS. So far as could be learned the de-i aaxiu jobku imiul unit ,' P.irtmcnt has not been able to dear! New York, Oct. 31. The I'nited the discrepancy between Consul ' Stales Sb el corporation declared an j Frost's "provisional" report yesterday! extra dividend of one per cent on itsj that the Marina had been sunk with- common stock in addition to the rci?-, out warning by gunfire and today's 'r quarterly dividend of 1 'i K' unofficial advices from Kngliind, quot-1 cent. I lug the consul and others as sayin!?! The regular quarterly dividend of i the ship was torpedoed. M l'pr '('lit on the preferred stock! It. may he a week or more before! wits also declared. j Ih,; Ceiinan reply is received, as t fit: Total earnings of the I'nited States mthniarine or submarines which made I Kt''l corporat ion for the quarter end-1 the attacks probably would not return! im-' September .".il, 1!M, were J,s.r,- j to their liases and report under several j SIT.OliT, breaking all prev ious records, j days. I'nless there is an unreasonable ' I delay at Merlin no serious action Willi STRIKE IN CHILE ' ne iiiKen Here penning the reply, even though complclc Information from other sources should make it evident! that there must he action. . nu.a nutm li,,.! li.i,diii I liscussion of the Marina and Ho- Santiago, Chile, Oct. .31. owong New- York, Oct. 31. Total earnings . of the 1'nlled States Steel corporation fur the third quarter of the calendar yen-, issued today, established a new high record of $.S5,S 17,067, exceeding the previous best statement, that of the pending quarter, hy $!,! 1,013. Net income of $7.r.JOL'.4ns surpassed rti,, previous reword by.$3,H22.Ufi tfid the balance of surplus for the quarter, amounting to $.",l,S;,l,4"itl, represents an increase of :i.S84.15. The extra dividend of 1 per cent on the common stock, inaugurated at the last quarter, iiKiiin was declared, with the usual regular dividends oT 1 3-4 and 1 1-4 hit cent on Ihe preferred and com mon, respectively. W hile considerably below the more extravagant esiimatcs made recently the quarter's earnings shows it slead.v monthly gain. .Inly earnings after payment of the usual interest charges wire JLTi.to'iihOtMi; those (it August, f y.i.'i ld.!i"3, and for September, $30,- 4:,n,i.".N. For the first nine months earnings avail. 'hie for Ihe common dividend equal almost 3- per rem, us con,- pared with 4.13 per cent in the corre sponding period of Mil.",. At the end i of the third quarter of IK 14, after payment of only one-half of one per cent on Ihe common slock, the cnrpit' aiion reported a surplus of less than J'.id, into, this I'cing followed at the end of the year hy a suspension of the common dividend and a deficit of tilulfi.J.'! after payment of the pre ferred dividend. In trade circles it is predicted that earnings for Ihe current or final quar ter will exceed all records, possibly aggregating $100,000,000. In common with other similar industrial com panies, the steel -corporation now Is receiving unprecedented prices for its fabricated products. mi lllK!iM5?1 Spear Head is the purest.cJea-. est and most sanitary of chewir tobaccos. Moisture can't get r" and the smooth, mellow tasv can't cet out. And there's noth ing finer than the Red Burley from which Spear Head is made Ask your dealer for a 5c foil! wrapped, individual cut of Speai Ilead today. MASS, INFANTRY ARE ON THEIR WAY H(T lV WOHNIN4 ..OURNAL Pl'trl. L.A.tOWIMt Kl I'io, Tex., Oct. 31. The Ni:r Massiicliusett.s infantry lefl lioip ( traveling on three si," . horn trains. Cell. E. dcr of tin fan try ! -ri these trail The Mr Lr-roy Sweet-., r. enmni;,! Second Massachusetts j, ade, also left on 011 r c ', accompanied hy his sl.i!: sichusetts cavalry trw U, S, STEEL DECLARES EXTRA V, DIVIDEND (xpec; to leave for home TI'.iumIiiv. NITRATE FIELDS -To- MINNESOTA GUARDS WONT. LOSE VOTE wnnmiixl johmnal ::' iato wii Mercedes, Tex., Oct. 31 ... A lele irraph messai;e said to be about aO, I'liu winds loin:, claimed to I c the loncesi telegram ever bandit d hy a telegraph company, has been going fiom Llano Claude, M In in sola guai dsiiien to St I ': i ill, Minn . siui nnd Is not vet finished. i Two opeiiitors ate sending the name and address of every member of the Minnesota guard on Ihe bor der, together with oilier Information desired by Ihe state ef Minnesota In Its preparation of a ballot to he sent lo 1. kin, i Crande and on which the guai dsiiien will ri gister their voles III the national election. Texas, where art encamped, e Sunday night Ilucharest, Oct. 31 (via Lond.) day's statement follows: "Northern and northwestern fronts: From Tulghes lo Iticascthc situation is tinchaiiKed. Al. r.ratucca, a small detachment surprised and repulsed Iho enemy on Mount Kosea. causing him heavy losses. In a single trench we found two officers and forty men dead. We have occupied Mount l!os ou, making some prisoners and cap turing some prisoners nnd a ina chlne gun and a searchlight. - "At rredeliiH the bombardment slackened. In the I'rnhovu valley and In Ihe region of I nugoslavle, north of Canipiilung, we repulsed si v cral enemy attacks. To the east of the. river Alt. Ihe action is proceeiling. In Ihe .liul valley (region of Vulcan puns) the pursuing of the enemy con tinues. At, (iisova (mi Ihe lianiibel the bombardment was less violent." wanmore eases today developed the filet that the state department never has learned what punishment was Im posed by Cermany upon the submar ine commander who sank, the Sussex, although Ambassador Cerard was in structed sonic time ago to make in quiries on the .subject. A department official siiid that was one of the sub .tools that would be taken up with the ambassador when lie called before starting on the return trip to Merlin afli r his vacation. to ; difficulties w ith the shippers, a strike j has beep declared by the workers In j the nitrate field. So far no disorders have resulted but shipments are being interrupted. Chile produces iinnual'y about 2,-! r. 0 0 , 0 ' i o metric tons of nitrate, of which amount some 2,ooo,oo() metric tons are exported. . I I IATHENAI UNDERWEAR TOt WOMtX AND CHIIXfilN. ATHENA Underwear is tailored to match the lines of your figure. the buct and TO REPUBL ICANS SAYS DETECTIVES TRICKED' CONFESSION OF NEW MEXICO IBV MORNINO jnuRNIL PtCOII. LIA.ID Wtff Heli-oit. Mich., Oct. 3 1 .- - .lames Walter, the voulh who recently con fessed to having robbed the Cut-roughs Adding Machine company's pay car of $3L'.0IMI, announced this afternoon that he had decided to stand (rial on the charge. Walter, w ho pleaded i statement to that off guilty when arraigned in justice court i true- I am ncrfectl . I 1 !i top I.: bctW, Ho , lasses of I V 7 1 and I x , been ca Med tor I xa mm. I ion. Ill it ti r ot Lot, the In w s a gellc have As ii Ml S. no n is lv 111 ,iiestl. a to n w,ie born in the llrvnn Mill Sllelll. Lincoln, N,,,., , ,r( ;;i. W. J. Mrviin icfuM.i again today to discuss the I "'l''i' assertions reminding the pest enpt to the I.usii,,i,it i,ie. He re It. raii,! bis t.itetnenls of yi'sterd.iy to the i ff.-ct that the affair is ptiicly a cabinet one and that I'tcsidciit Wilson i ihe person to answer. 1'urlhi r than this ho let used lo talk about the Incident. BIG INCREASE IN COTTON SHIPMENTS lV HdlNINt JAU.hll .PtCIAI. tlA.IO W,Ht Calveston. Tex.. Oct 31.- Shipment f cotton through Calveston for for eign potts in October amounto.! to i;!,r,.'i2 bales, according to figures nmi'lled I. 'day by the secret.! ly of Ihe cotton exchange. This is an Increase over tho Octo ber business In both Hi 1.1 and tin I. Kxpoits of wheal during Ihe nionlh riiiling- today reached a total iof L ." x . 3 1; bushels, a decrease of one and three quarters million bushels. ns ioinp-ire,i wild oe,,her last, and of noirlv 3. eat, nun pushel.s below the fig iin s tor 1 1. tober, 1 ;H 4. NLGR0 CONFESSES TO HAVE KILLED LAWYER ttnMIN KH.INIL P.CIH LBAIB Wlt. c n ode,, J , 1 1,-. 31. A negro who siivs his name Is Wood K. Lrown. arrested here palsy i hurged with tsealiiiK an automobile, olnnl.irily told the police, they s.iv. that he. mxx years i 'o, shot and willed William 1- Hice. a wealthy lawyer of Cleveland. The man gave a rhiludelphiii ad dress and said ho formerly lived in Cleveland. PRAISE AMERICAN AVIATOR IN FRANCE ,BV Mn.NIN. JOURNAL CIAL LIA.IO WIH r.erlln, Oct, 31 (via. Wireless to Say villeL "Krone h newspapers praise Sergeant l.ul'bery, of the A nterici n flying squadron for having shot down his fifth Herman aeroplane during the raid against oheindoi -f-on-Neck-ar, October U'," says the overseas News agency. "In the air combats in southern ncrmany on the date men tioned not one Herman flyer Was dis abled or even hurt. "Meanwhile, the French air squad ron, on October 12, achieved another exploit which, up to now, has not been mentioned In the French reports. Seven French flyers attacked the peaceful small town of Hneffingen. in linden, and dropped four bombs on the peasants. At one place the fly ers descended very low dud dtopped three hombs on a group of about twenty women and children, who wile working in the potato fields, j one child, eight years old. two girl.il and a woman were wounded slight ly." v ,-siei ,,,, v, was in nave iiceii seiiTcilceit; the county Hits artei noon. Waller charged that he was "tricked" Into pleading guilty hy the 1 'droit detectives who brought him here from liallas, Tex., where he was arrested ten days ago. 1 have heard that it has 1 : en ex-1 pressed by some parties that I wasi dissatisfied Willi Ihe republican ticket i which has been nominated in lierna-1 lillo eottnty, I desire to say that any' t is w holly tin-1 sat isfied with FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT AGENCY FOR WOMEN (V HASHIMI JOU.NIL .P.CI.L !.! W,M Henver, Oct. 31.--The women and girls' di' ision of the federal employ ment office of the department of la bor opened an office in Denver today as part of the government's extension I of its plans for the unemployed, an nounced last night at Seattle by An thony Caminetti, I'nited States com missioner general of immigration. Similar offices are lo be established wherever a commissioner of immigra tion is located or where there is itmtniuration I ranch office. Of those there are eighteen in Hie I'nited i states, ,,f vvlin i, etglit already have tal'lishcd women and girls' divisb nominees, and lake this ! means of making such statement pub. I lie. 1 have served as county rontmls- j sinner tor almost nine years along with Manuel U. Springer and Alfred! Crunsfeld, and I can truthl'ullv sav! j that they, ut all times, work for the! , best interest of the people of lierna- ' j lillo county; and 1 think the people j i of this ciunty should keep them in j Hi,, position they now occupy during j the rest of their lives. j i I did not desire a rennmination, and j j so stated that fuel to my republican I I friends, and am glad that the party j (who has the nomination w'di bo my ) successor. 1 believe him to be a fit j man for the position of county cum-! n u ssi on or. : I am doing all 1 can for Hie success of the whole ticket, from top to hot-; torn, state and county; and f assurrx- my tnends that I am in the fight It fits over around the hips, being stretched. without It is snuu around the waist, which prevents wrinkling under the corset. ATHENA Underwear is the only underwear in which a woman can have perfect freedom of her arms and body, without discomfort. When you put on a suit of ATHENA Underwear you will feel its superiority. Try a suit of ATHENA Underwear and see. Sfrrial feature nvh'tch gfot ATHtNA UnJertvear ill dain tiness comfort juulitici Uiid tailored fits until day. t. l thj. last es- ms. r I'm It Hie of Tvplitis Ibiilv. Ijircdo, Tex., Oct. 3 L -Forty per sons die daily in Zacate, as, Mcx . from typhus fever, according to the statement of a passenger here today who arrived direct from that lity. He said burials W ere made In ti cliches and that wardrobes and other aiticles i'f furniture arc used for coffins. I'.uv liitcii-M in Oklahoma Oil. Ardinore. i il.l.e, i t. i . 1 1 : Sinclair, president of the S:nc!.-,i.- ,- coi-,i.,ii,,, Tlnodore Loosevelt ,lr soei.ites, have purchased a nrths interest in the c,-,ai,i ni company f.r l .j nn.niiii IinillHl-1 Cel.- t to the 1 win and will be there ote is cast on election (Signed) : mLICAIil'Io AK.MI.IO ( Advertisement.') and a thrcc-f it wi i plans 'ns of uiii eu. Ml, It, ,11 t'ega id the an- day following a visit fields by the buyers. :ig the future opera- company vvcie an- mi:n i i;i i, tii:f.i. too, l 1) I IX ... 1 ... i. . u " s;nn admit fir i i. n ii.um n- rrinrrnlier ed th men it !. i... 1 1, r" ic v m ii'np I work. When the kidneys 'are weal; inactive or sluggish, when one feevi tired out and miserable, lucks enetgv and ambition. Foley Kidney pills are : " ami strengthen,,,,,. Vm i Clark, Springfield. Ohio, writes: I ioun.1 no relief from kidnev I mil 1 1 1 discovered , -ow l am in A 1 I quickly and All Athena garments are made full over butt and narrow acroaa the back. Cut lo i front Strap cannot lip down. Patent pot ct lilig 6al sys clo.cd and is always com-lortsbl n 1 (h.r-'il t il and a.m. Curved cut arm-kole V" vides onus III ondar arms. bold, slccvs IS place. Non-lr.in IV tetinurecool lorl end lon wear. ! ?V- All weight, sizes ainl f;tl ut tiic prict" ynu have hem live upturned tj p.''- Golden Rule Dry Goods Co. trouble ! Foley Kidnev Pills shape." Thev act ! solely, Sol, evervu-here. ()?i CASH BUYERS OTIlKR ll TI.S W AMI IKON. M m i i SOUTHWESTERN Phone III!). Ill W JUNK CO. l ead Ave Mikado's llirtlitliiy Celebrated. IViuer, net. .11 Th,. birthday of the Mikado Yoshiluto is being cele brated by sevet.il bundled 111 the Jap nnese iiilcny of Uenver. .I.ipancse stores are closed and a holiday spirit , prevails in the colonv. i Smash the Hubbell-Gillemvater Machine