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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
CITY CITY EDITION rprnoN 1 V R i( ISSUES ..mm nrni w Hinn 1 1 1 1 1 1 i ' ui u v TOCHARGETHAT IE IS IFMi. Albuquerque Morning Journal, Thursday, November 2, 1916. Dalli by ( arrli r or Matl.TOf Month. Single IV.plcw, ,V ,'h.ne who know me friendship of 'La toward th- laboring men. a notorious t;nt that attack is. testify to Ml. I II,80 while It I i.'.n -.H" as ever been the constant te lesei, .ti.e and m-imii i ... ih.. si - 1 cial inii ests ami anta-omstic to la bor, a is shown by his connection with t'iO passage of the iniquitous Hawking law. a law so much against the interest of the laboring men that It waa annulled hi the conKresa of the United State. Tip La Vol was the first anions the it. dependent newspapers of New Mexico to establish in its business the eight-hour day and has always ad vocated the cause of labor. It has always enjoyed the good flU and high eateem of laboring men because it has been the champion of their IE 01 .t-. "I n Vnz'1 Was One pf First Newspapers in S(ate to Establish Eight hour Day for Employes, yq RURSUM IS FOE n - r-k i nnn TO ORGAMZ-tU LADUn i nf Nlnn-iminn chiirat ons uontronea uy U w o SEVERE BATTLES SOMME FRONTS; ALLIES Gil I SLIGHTLY PRESIDENT GIVES FIRST SPEEC MIMA'S STATUS 1ST FIRST BE NEW YORK STATE DETERMINED BY OF THE CAMPAIGN UNITED STATES i (AliSt Illlil h.f, 1 ..,,,1 ..r..n.i.t waeS to its employes, very aspect-' (lenera Foch Camr Addition- Questions ratMotisni ot Men With American fully. E. C. DB BACA. HUGHES WOMEN GET EGGS IN CHICAGO al German Tienches; Brit ish Positions Are Bombard ed Heavily, 1ST MOKNlNS JOURNAL tJ1M LUIIO W,Ktl Chicago, Nov. 1 Women who ar rived here today on the women's Hutches transcontinental train met opposition at an afternoon meeting In a downtown theater. Perisivc leers which interrupted the speakers be gan the heckling, which culminated j w hen eggs were tossed at them as I I they left the theater. None of the! eggs struck the women or the auto- ,p Pond inioc In ' mobiles in which they rod. The Republican L-anCilUalco, 111 Hughe women finlahed thrtr apeech- i o "pin l iiiiri I UI'LIUIIP. 1 lit" TEUTONS MAKE GAINS IN RUMANIAN DRIVE Who Play Loss of Life to Gain Politi I Advantage. 'GLAD THAT POLITICS CAN SOON BE DROPPED Whether Germany Violated Pledges Depends Upon Whether Merchantman Was m Adm I c eluding State Record, l.i-'O- inta J I'V C0..f.lOND.NCI TO IIIWI JOU.H.L1 , OV. I - ' narxes co . u- state centra. Fe the cial train tlmore. The left this afternoon for Bal- Russians Assume Offensive in Galicia but Are Forced Back; Artillery Engagements on Italian Front, republican letters addressed mi,iiu.r . -,,. ikmnfli .,100 labor (iiiii'-'o""- .' h state thai Lieutenant-govern-, ,. de Baca, democratic candi iTtor governor, "unfair" to un- on the ITOunu iou. - ;l span un nespui"-, i jaj Vega In which Mr. minority interest, em- CIVILIAN VICTIMS OF WAR IN ENGLAND !V MOBWIhi jni,Mt BtCIl ViAMO Hard fighting is again taking place in Frame between entente allies and Germans Bine Tues,' ,v the and French near Courceietu WASHINGTON POLICY IS CLEARLY DEFINED rini resisted the subniin -ir.es or nt-ti-nii ted lo fh e Th- nu te question of a i in. hi, i ill for def. nsiic pUrjMMSMi such as i- usual on merchant ships. I would seem to be ell in m ated so fai ,t- Ithe United states is concerned. Ml-s Vol. Q II, lie Mr t4uudng announced today that the t lilt it Slates stood on (lie same ground It look Hi the Sussex note, win. i, warned Qennnnj thai unless attacks without warning on peaceful merchant ships were dlacontlnued, the United Mates would have no choice (Mil to sever diplomatic relations ulto- lethei . The pHvatelj i:r, s-, d ..pinion of I some officials i- that, should tin ,1. I struct Ion of the Marina without warn ing he itilinilteil, i.cimnni may con tenj that her guarantees m the Sus sex case did not apply, to nine, I ships, which she maintains are under til -structions of the Hntisli admiralty to deetro) subma tines In that event; lh, I lined States would tie confronted with determining whether the situs tion uet Halts of rurthet nesjotiatlon, or whetnei It ..ills for action consist enl with the declarations in the Husoes. note . Those Hio iwpi'd the case nyi laku such a tnm regard The possibility as an i lent S of tin- threatened M d 1 HUGHES PLEASED 1(11 IT I OVATIONS IN INDIANA; IS SURE OF VICTORY Republican Candidate Makes FN Speeches Telling What His Policies as President Would Be, 'SCORES DEMOCRATIC TARIFF FOR REVENUE ! HORMIHI JOURNAL INCIU LIAtIO M Ixindon, No. 1. Premier Asquith. in I u w ritten reply to a question in the I house of commons today, said: "The number of British civilians j killed. drowned and wounded by i the enemy follows While the situation al this st.ice lives i utward evidence of the ten sion which attended (hit severtU sub marine irl. H In Die lasl two veins, no attempt is mads to discs Iss the nogei Mtltl Jhnl it nM) develop situation of nUaoet gravity, Until ail the faou are gathered ami substantiated by legal evidence and until flermany's eisioti of the affairs Is at hand, it is doubtful if the stats d pertinent will rv won. eeftt seesiM iSsse seeet I rmit aiij in iimrnii u Washington, 1. HO main OOn-(c,.iue piin. io ii n.e , is, , fllcttnc elements havi ip pea red in me pie ho- munn owiwra wm ,w ,e-.irm-t,on of tin HmiisIi ship Marina with I'lesldeiit Wilson by a German submarine, w.tti the loss " who in tin mi.lsi 1 li most .f American li. th.t Ho mciaeni I KIIMIll I I11NX bUUU UN i. lations uns be , I. ills ot . i in at. n o tail inio a i-. n,,,. ,., Must Take From This geneous Nation a Unit With out the Slightest Visible Line of Division, Itl womS JOUSNftk il LtftVtO WISH Buffalo, N. v., Nov. President Wilson, in his first speech In NOW York state since the . in palgn open ed, tod. iv questioned the patriotism "act That Vessel Carried Gun Has No Beaiing Unless Re sistance or Escape Was Attempted. Inside Meaning of Adamson I aw Is Intel preted as Gold Biick Handed to Four Broth- ei hoods. Killed or died of wounds or shock, i; drowned, 3.01 4 ; injured, 1.6S3." I labor j I'ueiilo.' !lilisheil in """- .. . aM v non-union labor niut , onh from oe r""-t " in the form oi a " ,.t v.,,.. Ueviro ,,1 to the voters m - .1 T ,. 111 lr de Baca declares una i-" ow of the first newspapers in it. v.. r. 1 1 'M,.l'llsn ne- v : . ii.i o Wo Kl liaen ? ' . J - Al.. 1" itii.i - ..all -1 rl.. mn that VJ-.l ! "e n,., ,o aww " ierence wnn ijen. rlivs.ro ugrtiw e, retary of war dls Which the) do not gnow. ke play !ciiwtion rattier inun a . niin n'i ,,f ies of A 1 1 1, 1 1 .a It 'of whether lielloaiw nns ioi-, o , Hnmnnlrgji to Confer with Obiogow. Douglas. Ariz., Nov. 1 (Jen. Miguel M. Samaniepo, g well known cavalry commander of the Sonora forces of its workinginen and has j me Mexican sowrnment. left here to lts. ,"LJa f ,h. la- day for Kagle Pass. Tex. from where fact anvB been n' interests. The raldo' owned by H. n. Bursum, n ndependiente," the personal or in of gecundino Romero, "Ua Han rri tmnicana," owned by Frank A. fahbell, and a number of other . ; , w -papers supporting the MbliOUl ticket, are what is known T,otir union men as "raf shops is ,Mnl out bv Mr. de Baca as ihOW ( the insincerity of the charge made Unst him. i in- mte Record's RoooHl. In this conne' tion, democratic b-ad-. ,r eulllne attention to the case ' the Vew Mexico State Record, a wL-lv saner Dublished in Santa Ke l Which W. O. Sargent and Frang . j Imrv, candidates on the republican , ... are ol'ficiallv listed as stock-! Mttt tp4 to wh! ih :. . Hursuni , rrsnk A. Hnbbell are reputed 1 no made substantial contributions, i . ,, ,., . . . 1 1 ... i - ite Kecoro, it win e re , ls established with a view to mak 4 it I daily paper and to condueting as the official organ of the i-epuldi- ir, party in New Mexico; and ever, ncr it began publication It has con-j efnth supported all republican can-, litcs for every office. In every dec-j The story told is that at the hcKin-! ns of the present year the New nico Stale Record signed the union, Ih and started out n a union pa--r Signing the union acale and pay- , : . - owevc, nroxi'tl fi two entirely different things, and g Commonly reported that several Jtiths ago. when the ghost failed tfl TEUTON UNDERSEA BOATS SINK 21 urpmnniiiPiiv ILUULkU UUIUIIUI I'.ritish and on the i.es Boefus-Queudecourt front, ana lot men south have attacked violently, wnn i critical the i Jet-man- tenaciously holding them 1 1. ... ,1... ...,u. ctt I es ! ..: - villi. III, loss .... '. , .. ,.. f,,r have I i'Iiii,. r.ie.i iii order iliat ! I , e v may i nleilHes to the I lilted States gained some ground, and west of Ies . (.reate a domestic political adwtn- , It became apparent Boeufs In the St. Pierre Vaast wood, Itage." fro the attltttdt of the MM oe and near Saillv-Snlllisel, where the. He declaidV that political parties m.-nt and from foreign .i.spai. men of General FOCh took additional should bt- used but that p.nus.ui use ;ih:.t mm h whuh essential to a (lerman trenches, between l.e Sais should not be made of tl, m terntaMtiop of the r"P?" ,"" . j . i Uehiin'.ii ii I . ..... .. t...i..r,.u..,oM - ,, ii.,,, vi 'niaiii- undisclosed. II. UHlee.i. no- , and 1 , UeUUCl " u j , ..mi urai .... - , v,i vi ,i wro - . . ...I.,., redoubt the Hermans are heavllv bo.-i-jhav.. Kot to make a unit," said Ih. ed Stat. s. a t many, or i .re. t Itiltam burding British positions I president, "in which no slightest line la in possession J'' ,J' Jn Hiimmiia.. Orive Omm of dlvWon to ViWWo yonfwr bor- . .vo will tm the Transylvania iro.it uuumu- .,e,. .... .w, o. " j . r ,.,,, states until the se.ies, ii, ere may oe, ,ns. ,v,,u, urr , ... . - ,,,, ., . counsel as to whut w, ought to do (hWI f ",r "' ":h "," but ai I.ir as eveiy umri bwvs " -i,ii fir . .... kt. ..i...i,,..,i. ,. ih sh.ii iowiimiioie bj shell fir. uuaicei neo, vve morn uv u.-mo...., ; JjjJ, I endangering of Km ii Sim s,,l, n, PlMSl ml ....,-, -- - - ... - - "A... I I M nl I,, reVKl, 1 ml Ball IT111 ' ltl' Onij de le lilt- ians are keeping up their drive Of in Austro-tJermans in the Jiul valley, out according to lYtrograd. the Teutons have occupied CWO villages south Of the Rothonthnrn pass. In the Predeal pas8 sector the Hermans have penO trated Rumania positions and caplnr- ual venteen tmu nine e(i ten cannon h with been :0L0RAD() & SOUTHERN mob. .'..aMit sessi. itAses Denver, Nov 1 Increaas of oper ating revenue and decrease of operat iit , gpenees are dtocloeed in the n nual report of th, Oolosado South' on. released to, publication today, operating revenues gained l,5tt,lti, ,.r 10 tl pet i nt. w bile the "" i .1 1 1 u g cxpenaei showed a dent tee of l.Sl i ii lltl.tM. Net operating rev emus shOWOd ill Increase of !(ff i,a 111 Total operating revenuee were llt.lTI.ItT, or U.9I pel cut. to which non-otwrating revoauoa added d ills., have rr Itheast of tl further prog Roth' nthurm Russians have assumed the offen sive in .Jalicia. Ib rhn -eco .is iwpsuwe nrotest here against lb. use of oui forolan relationships for political ad . . .... .,-,,! I u ,ll r,. vatlll.K.. . to., PMI io... I , anv man as u patriot win, do.:- that f'o' tnen wlio in the midst of the most critical relationships, the details of positive developments I day w.re the action of t omit t the Herman nmi.aHsa.i. lleetiutorff i . . , f. not, regard i" "" ' ' and trograd dmiu arhlch the) do not Itpow, make pla Submaiinc Reports That It Was Several Times Attack ed by British Merchant Ves .it f,e,, -.M-.l that the Russians BgV he n i retted back by superior forces. Bad Weather in M in- "iinni i. Had weather hamjiers Operations Oil the Macedonian front, but the British in the Struma region nave nine,. akli-Aiuma, while the ferns l. .. aiiuh. iirlvunce oil the i...nv ,,f the Tenia and lo put dovr. i.h i-,,,!,,,! statt-l Ui d.-el .ted h an attack by the Teutonic allies a W1U , uil no campaign was near!) made prtoanor of both Buigaiians uiw I ovr, because 'within a week we tan begin to ti. IK s-i,-. . gain, lie auue.i i internal and i..i ,i - ,v wirc iss ami ance of a statement by fecieiai) i-uii- 'sing that the Investigation would be in no wise delayed t ause th re Ii ; political rampattTn m progress This was Mi Lansing's statement: Stat, incut lij Ijti.-ing j "The htel that a political caui ; palgn is in progress will in no way non-partisan efrei I (lie practice 01 .ne swiunw, liscussion of , In negotiating mid in making full In lo.ilgn oiol.b u, lacing V W liutli t ot . n-'es d llus son o ,- ... ............. ... ... ,.. i .,. .. ... .,1:1 1 i o 1 1 :ls w aiw i. o. , - INTIMIDATION OF wnh the loss of American cituena, even in order that tlo ma eranb lu domeatlc political gdvantage." I The remainder of the president's afternoon speech, delivered at lunch Fiv,' ill his honor l.v haVa I -lull i,,i .levnte.l to lei . Ctermans. With the advent of line weauiei o. the gUStro-Itallan theater artillery en- sels It Was Trying to Sink, kg m , p, tall violent e,,st ot Qortoto and on the farso plateau. mws JOU e- C...D sieei i Nov, l i By wireless 10 1 SEHBIANS MAKE si.li.ui Ni ws (. (i ( i:i: I i: i Berlin, Bayvllie, i The i iverseaa agency reports that three t.erniau submarines, Which recently returned In iheir home norts. Sllllk Wlthill a fou- davs twentv-one ships o' a tal of IN. 500 tons in the channel. Among the vessels sunk were the French bark Condor. 7f0 tons the French bark Cannebierre. BalonlkL, via London. NOV, liirht advance h.v the .Serbians A the ilk in the Record (imposing room, sKO tons, loaded with coloring p union men walked out and the pa- !inii .ne three-masted French 1 th onducttd lias since been t" publication. t is pointed out. also, that a large taint of the campaign printing for republican state central commit- -r I::is U'i.n done l.v Ihe Stale KOC- . ...... rr,,n. , i eina region on tnc .viaceuoom.. ..v.,.. I , - ... , .o.b.v s Serbian state- 'im October 30 there was only slight activity 00 the left bank of the Cerna because of the bad weather c repuloed a local night attack by enemy and mail." a siua.i a, name , .. .., , .,,1,,,., .illaeks vv e uv ,10- OV VOL ditional Bulgarian and Herman pris oners, "Un October 31 our artillery Ng active on the Cerna." that "nothing so disturb the ulocus aton of puiiiic questions as s partlaan approach to them. X.in-l'arti-an ,l,b, in addition to his afternoon speed the president delivered nn address to night under noo'partlaan auspice and , made two automobile touis over But jfalo, after shaking hands with station I crowds at fifteen ..lies and tOWM in i New York state on the way hero He jwas accompanied bj Mrs. Wilson, I Miss .Margaret Wilson, Mis Helel I Wood row Bones, Berretarj Tumult) land l)r. ("ar T. Hrayson, the White Mouse iihvsici.ui. Ii- bit ' 01 Igl t loi New York, where h, speaks tomorro at I lunch given by business men at a meetina tomorrow night Madtsjon ; jTl tons, with bv BRITISH schooner St. Charles, 400 tons of fish. The same agency State that a Herman submarine which recently re turned from commerce war. icpe.u ii lillrt ihat none of this nrintlllg ! mil, was offensively attacKC.l are the union label. armed teamen and shelled by other Mr. de toon's Statement. : when it began i.iwiui si a., ... - galonlhl Via London The Statement of Ueutenant-gOV-: submarine was attacked seven UI,U I ra.,tUre by the British r.or ae iiaia regaidiiig Ii VoZ del ih,, ngencv says Ji-lilo" Is as follows: British, which car To the voters of New Mexico: Art-) rie() 0QC M moTe modern guns. The 9t and underhandedly, as is ever i,.r;n had heen fired at -.ill'. .-.IIOOI,., - by hostile steamers, nui- rruise in uie mh- :.s w. la nititii oeloelt a- poaanie. ! i wish in,, to make a not her st.ite meni on , matter which nag been I brought to my ettention. The que- Uon bus been raised as to whether the p 'Hi ) 'd the president or the 04 jpartmcnt in regard to Submarine I warfare sinoe the Sussex was sunk has been changed. I wish to say etn- : phatb ally thai there has boon no j change In anv pai ticul n while they iwaii full detail two outstanding facts attracted the ntten tion of offictoita One was the an nonncemenl thai the Marina we I armed with I I Im b gun mounted I astern, Ih other was I ia ws dispatch 'from London, the language of which was regarded us significant It said Main., of ship I no, rt.iln Is regarded here us unit. VOTERS SURE TO BRING TROUBLE Fedeial Prosecutor Issues Warning That Prosacutions a, MfitniMg iniiKMii im hi i nun ' Terr Haute, Ind Nov, l.-Chnrlog R, Hughe wound up Ins campnlgn In the middle west with speech her tonight and left shortly afterward for point in New Yoik, the lost state In who h he will appear before election. Mi Hughe .nude five speeches to day, in Which he outlined policies ho intends to follow if elected, assailed the administration for the enactment of the m. lei'vv o, al tariff and Adamson law and ex preened the belief that ho would win He spoke tonight before an audi, n.e afte. reviewing a torch llghl pared .lust before his depart thl nominee issued the following statement I'l.a-e.l With lt.svptlon. "I am leaving Indiana after what H Perhap the most wonderful reception ever giv.n a candidate for the prel dency This splendid tribute was not io me personally, but s the rpreent tty of the great republican party moving forward to victory and to for the nation. Men of Indi- i ,,i sainted " people's viclo, " ,,id i w:,ni to thank the leaders of tho r inlted repuhtiOM party for their effei tlve work " Mi Hughe on his final day In tho middle weet devoted much of hie .. lies lo the tariff He addressed two , diences it Linton and Brnsil, i-otnpoeed largely of employes of the coul mining companies. Maud Prated indu-in. W e had soup houses and I i id line, twenty months ago." he told his audience at l.lnion, and we will have lucin itgnln If we do n diisirv nti, I if we attetni tin- business of Ibis coin It,-on tho i olli'j bill. Follow Any Violations Hugh dumuraei ,11'. I r, l I ' eoHo ot untied biaies Law, indicated in Ihe I lerW 1 here tonighi Mr. the Adamson bill at Who no nt lo "It later at ii meeting his CAPTI BE Bl l.( Th',S I a.l.lkl I ondoll. Nov. 1 attacked seven times,. ; ; h orttiah fotces on the In nearly all cases ; ..,,, .,.... ,,r ih,, Macedonian front i h poamoMs The practice of men who have no re- A for troll, r.n.1 Sil. ..lv ..I. pi a in ! Six tlllK'S my political opponents, as I havejlng ti previous ii reliably informed, are circiilat-j errancan. the lalse report that I am an nO of organized labor and pretend prove t Li.-li false abatements by the t that La Voi del Pueblo' does carry at its head the union la- last ti, French hark Condor was reported B leaving Havre on Octo ber 20 for New York. The Canne bierre left Buenos Aires October 16 for Havre, according to last report. of the village of Rarakli-Azuina is an- .. i th official statement ts- ni'iiiiiru - . i ......I ....lav- panrdlni British military operations on this front. Two Ivilbices I'rosenik and Kumii luere occupied by the British i the two operation took an prison ! ers. other also who in Sonar, garden, m l at Cooper Union. I'resid.-nl Wilson declared mi night speech thai the United State is not afraid to light and Is not dis inclined to fighl f"l which it was foiiiuh sectionalism, and Mid the destinies of peace and war should not be used for partisan advantage l ays Wisialli 00 McKtnle) Monument. inning the late afternoon ride, President Wilson laid a Wreath 00 the monument of the late President Ml Kinley. rue political u. moos, ,. . ,-i, .. - i staged T on lu nt (iiiiiii-; me .,..oo-o.- .edoed, ,( have en- R1S REPOHT8 sMI PK(HrHKSe) ON SOMME rid,- from his hot. initotuoblle he pre lighti d by flaring played martial mi weie lined with p pai ked. As the I- hall, the people pi oh- aide that the American stale uepart menl will make till further tnqutrtek With iht obi. ct of didei mining defi ttttely the status of the Manna. While II Is said that -he was ui r pin.ui- the objects for charter wnen one was imi I 11.. ..,,,,u..,1 innoelils that the vessel may ,. lie ,.,-..,-... .- . . fragen in aomirwiy wui a wn "'or for, " This was generally construed as re flecting some Indication of doubt in London over whether the ship was entitled tO Ihe Immunities of u pea, e- fui rchantntatt. Th Untied Btat government how ever, never has altered Its policy of regarding merchant ships, htmporar lly n sdmlralt si-rn, ... us merchant t,t,ti,i, unless they lime been i.cuiany taken over by a belttgt ti ni na manned with naval i raw, Uueslloti of ti wment. The aueetlon of the Marina Indianapolis. Ind . Not I l'i Uk C, Daily special assistant United states attorney, appointod lo proee . uie all. g. ,i election Inn violations in uhlo Illinois and Indiana. Issued slat, nicht todL Warning men may have eng threaten and intimidate employe m h ..,UH. , of vollUL for federal offices j without know led.. that th. Ir ... is eonatttuto ,. vloiution m "'' leuumi law - No Inn, iii, ia i it, In part, follows: .port hat t be, n made I,, threaten and Intim- m voting as tile em It t I laimed thai tot ,,f intimidatitig. certain Indiana has caused b it, is tlu-t It. Th,. si.,t. m n Numerou n of ( onspii si h Idat emploi i s I, lover wishes the purpot factor) in ami Thee detrantora, so willing to crlt e me, forget to suy to union men t my competitor. Mr. Bursum, Is a union man no does he carry union label at the head of ths . fc, hlpaper 'Bl Heraldo,' reputed to, London, Nov. 1. The sinking his own: nor have such republican ' the British steamer Men. , 'ers as 'El Hispano-Americiino,' of Tcrno is announced by Lloyd'. La F.strella.' of Ijis Cruces: , TWO ItRITI-H Sli MI Rv SI NK BY si BM IHINES of and .(len " KCVISta lie Tiw.i; Iho .Sari:, TJOsa W,' K! Combat,' of Wagon Mound: a M.mdera Americana, ' Ihe person-, 1 organ of Mr. Hnbbell and owned I aim; 'El Penix.' of Clayton; 'Ell "vo Estailo,' of lierra Amarillo: 'I-a I ta, of Raton, and conspicuous! .n,)ng 111, -El lndeoendiente.' of Las -1", lh.. ,p, .roil nrii-tn i.f UoClin- I to Romero, and as I am reliably In rmed the 'New Mexico State Record' ! ""h is the state neavfliianer of the! publican party. ''"'" Itiendlv (to IjiIm)!-. Here i re the personal oigans of '"andidates for governor and Unit- states senator, which not only W aol i he union label but are non tllon publication, and yet only 'Lr '' del I'uehlo.' a naner In which I only a small interest and whose n.l policy are not in mv hand '"b ize.i a,,d an effort is made "ias and ntuM The Merice was of 1,551 tons net. j and belonged to the Moss Steamship company, Ltd., of Liverpool Th( name of the Terne is not continue d In any of the marine records. U-53 HAS RETURNED SAFELY TO GERMANY: to the hall. In an i edc.l alone .slrcids red lights. A band rule. The sidewalks Miple. The hall WW i , -id.-nt entered the tood, waved Amort- ZT . . , ,,,i,... t can flags and cheered, Parte, Nov. 1. The text of toua ii( win( (o Jj(.( mmf nf h(, )M r. official statement follow: I manenl Intereot ,,f ihe nation," be- North of the Somm we made (h), prwnden) "While We talk of some progress during th night north - ( h lntngJ o( ,,,,, Wl. tm,sl think of .east of Les noueis. i ins mwi i tfce things of tomorrow and tn dn i the German delivered a violent at- tomorrow I tuck from the north and east i l!.iii I ,., ,h) worries thoughtful the village of saiiiy-sa nisei. i t.tlIeM ls ,hc tendency toward olaaa .UxK f British admiralty alleged L : their attempis ! ...-.e...... ,.,,.,.. ,, , ,.,,,. to no i hunt (aptnins io fire and the attacking force was p..,,,,!,. in the iiiei v kept eaipni; to . ,,,'.M . , A , netni submarines any armed each other, "git down! sit down!" wa, p.bb to destruction mi sight "There is nothing to see, said ine1,,,,,! wilbo .,t warning. ..resident ! Tie DOSitiOS of the United I ii.ier i nir vim k.'is in in- lament, however, is Itaely i come I the point On Which the caw will re I voile, unless other cilcuinstances arise clearly to define other laaue. it brings the siibniaritie uucslion buck to a vv hei ,- , I, rniani and i ne i unci haV held opposite VlW. Ul'l mm .uAaJ ,k, manv has steaoiasuy c,...i.-,o,,-.i In new of the novi I i ..editions sur- MMBdtna submarine warfare and in ' Iioini Btati s were defeated by .it I a , king force was i driven back into us treiu iies. o.... seventy prisoners remained in our hands. In the Vosges a Oermau attempt against one of our trenches near Lr gttaen, southwest of Altai rch, fulled under our curtains of fire." T HfiMIHI JOU Nov. I. -me has returneo I safely to a Oerman port, accormus ! official announcement. (.1 RM W RISlsl st ( ( 1 .ssl l I I V Mills vi I Berlin, via IiOndon, lerman submarine U-51 Wireless to PaV critlc of the fv . discussing the off. nsiv . on tin- Som- prejudice the union men me. Tlin nr n... nA. '"cal op,,oonts in this regard idenr- how unfair .r.i .initio ihelr THE WEATHER ' Wl XTHKIt lOKlXUtfT. "ener v.. . . ... '"rsilai ami c.oi.... ... no i ... ui , , and Pri.luv hb. in temperature. MkCAl WEATHER REPORT. For twenty-four hour. ending il.Y,. " "'U' iinim n temperature. 76 , . . -S. rantfe 4V ,i,ni,r-,tri. t m, 55; southwest wind; clear, last August at i degrees: The r-',3. under Captain Hans Rose, arrived at Newport. Ft 1 sev enteen days out fmt.i Wilhelmshaver ..... .i . ..,,. ,,.11,11,1. ain I i, loner i , i a . , - , I for three hours, departed. The I,U.- chu mink five sIllPS off the I erii an coast. The Berlin announcement clears up I ,.i. ..,. o, what had become of the submarine, concerning n i.iiiober of rumors aros, i one that she had been ! I'-",:: is "i'i fet long. nuiok-firing guns and pedo t u bi s. Bfcakor on Tiior pw MnraV r. Wac, Tex.. Nov. 1. -Taking of tes timony began today in the trial M T. a atson. president of the ham. r and Merchants' State bank of T. 1 1 J Tex. charged with killing. John ft. t..,....o state commissioner oi xi,.. . n-a'icne. insurance, t ib- in xt A m- whieh including sunk The mounts two has four tor- Berlin, Nov. 1 (by v.j,,) The military ei-aea News agency lecent entente in,- front, i ye: The Somm battle has been re sumed with intensity during the last few day, nut the Anglo-French forces obtained nothing but the smallest local advantages near Les Boeuf Meanwhile, the fSernians could record I great success In the taking Of L Maisonette and I "n- ...... Irene lis al niacin's a ne root tori' us Oerman Infantry regiment, No ; . 1 1 I men anil 1 .' 1 Same il.ari it is not eharactertatlg .f tins na tion that the people should divide themselves Into cl asses" he Went on "We all have the same hearts under , our Jack, I- "This is one of 'he most composite nations of the World, We at. drawn from everi Mock .Therefore, there hi no nation better calculated to sei thai th, i, is no div ision in the mass of hu manity. "Vou have got to bind a nation I, - gothoi i v feelings- by in art beats It I only in the Intricate Intertwining of the strings of II" heart that I na tion is to u- bound together, The one lliing 1 do not want men lo do. not to diffei with me alout. i for Ann i Ii , Wu great to the people ot in t mieu now is to . uitii ate unity of Slut, ,.lv .11 fined 111 u I llle I , lllgl'l i the formal memorandum i U i .i i, Bomi ei the slgnU i ni, ni s from th declaralio t,, i. i in, n to emplo) es noun them to join a parttculni political club and 10 sign their names as member thereof. In another Instance that COT' turn mployer will refuse to permit nu n w h" wish t,, rote for a parili ulai candidal, the privilege of a fi hour off to rote, but if they wish to vol th,- . mployera choh e, iin' maj kave the time it is further reported that on,- plan! in northern Indiana bus m formed employe that if selected on , h i tion boards in i , . rtnin party lh shall have the privilege of serving, but If sele, led t y another party 'hey an forbidden. Matching tor Violator "Without attempting to state What facts do or do got constitute threats i and Intimidation, Hit law is plain nun ! ir men conspire t.. prevent an em I ployt from etei 11 n the free pnvt lege of voting for whom he plea for I f. de, al office ii is i due. t location f Kei tion 1 of ine i mien auam rlminal .o,i,- The Investigation is pot i onfim d io throat and inuim.ta tions but ektenda to all violations which the United states takes oognl raoea Agent hue boon aaaign to investigate report of frouduUnl rag iatration, colonisation of .otara, the use of money, and the corruption of etc. Hon boat 'Is.' folic Vm i U an i',.- n 1 b ar I, ,.. e m irj for i cing, n m war-1 (Bip to letermlne th. statu Of an I srmed tn n ban! veeael i n ounterad en the lush seas. i , - i .tune because the reaponai iy n'n- ad, d oi b ss, ill ,, Ui a SI4I..I- HEAVY GOLD IMPORTS FROM BRITAIN CONTINUE a, m,.i.mii, ,oua NOW York, N British gobl cone l aale tile recl'll "J am informed that the general chairman has advised the local chair men ,,f the Brotherhood of Uu omo iive Firemen and Rngittemen of tho Pennaylvania lines, east, tbot the Ad- ,11, sou bill, In establishing a new basis (, . i , k..,ii i- vi ag, s. will ellmlnatn tho pai in, nt of all nrbitrarles w hich ba'i'd upon lin e made within tho fli-l eight boms period of service 1 il nn t mawtnW, The unoertalaty of the Mw Is rec ngnlsed In rarloua particulars. What ,i vvill be decided to mean, no One can n il. as it is possible to oonattuo It I" ,, i ,,i diffi rani way Tin chairman also adds 'nils law does not change th. application of the hours of sere ne law The OOmpOA) eat 1 1 1 has llio rigid to work you sixteen hours with in any twenty-four consecutive hours, if ihev so desire ' I nolo thai die ,hlef of one of tttg local! of the brotherhood has ascer tained the effect of the inw an tims,. w in, complete their run hi less than elghl limns Be says that If a man makes a hundred-mila run in flea hours, instead of getting bis full da) I pa) he will gel mill five-l ights of g day'a pay, when paid on the etuht- hOui basis. He also sal's that funnel n the railroad men were entitled n pay for twenty-five miles whenever , ailed mil whether they were used aftei repotting or not. But the Adam son bill enact a flHt basis Bl eight h s foi the purpose of paying com panaatlen, while on th other hand. It joes not isliibllsh bii elghl hour day. liibor IfwnVd it feotd Brick, 1 think It will be found Unit tho damaon bill is a gold brick for labor. We have won greal deal In thM rountr) in pelting free Institutions and when ion summarise ll all, it merely means the rule of public opin ion after discussion, according to wlu.i WO think are the in, ills of tho i i ll does not mean a rule of fore at al' Thnt will knock every -thing OUt 1 "u will not have any work it all if that Idea once gets abroad In this country. i am fm th merit of (he case, and I am for proceeding according to (he ml'- Of reason 1 will go tO tho last fact to find out what ought to i 1 ne, and i will do it aeoording fa wlnil I believe ought to be done, and I won i bode an Inch for anybody in response Io force " In discussing the tariff Mr, Hughes told Ihe mine workers nt Linton and RrsJHI that nothing was more import - lovi lenge Btati i ard nu.v Hon ' olusl Hon - in IS thai th, would h ;.f thai - d i nt ii took offi era After aangulnari ,.,,,1 suffering uuring no- -' ..or 1 es Boeufs, the . ,' . iv Irle.I ' . .:....... .-lo., lines which ts the tnrusi i.av.io..- losses aUaeks ' French, on O0- iheir lot In B big banking and extreme southern point of the ftomm Me 1 front. They -n'' ' ''T ... porttlon ine snii e . . . tne roan .-" - ast of !"s Hoi no of Morvni, and near tiann the :'sth. wh.cn nao It Is i.in.'ilkab1. bow graletul 1111 skiii'-d worker ot this eountr an I whin you do them mere Justt.i. tru president said I am sahnmed when ft do Ifeom mire justice to bave tlicin come and ItiiiiK nu 101n1.11 i-.. pres.. nee o ft, i. tit res IO lttS.lv Itl IS 1 the dl f 1 oil, was dep. 1 'ana. I.. va ll ' Of latent bum to I , I tl ndene' Cold burs no Mui were k ce today 1-I1 18)500,000 itenrini house Y011 federal golni to t he tin local fed- wiii continue e of imported ,, movement tucks on liueiidecourt. northeast mm... ...tf,b i,n I IllS . ,., ben nrcoared bv copious s'lellms. wmg he'd down bv Of fire. the Herman curtain I are 1 1 ri mui ', inu reeieu rain v man When ele tloi around, beoauae they know th. in majorit) I want to help thl 11 the election I want to hav. tit eral treasury help them to gel tional education "line of the things I waul t ((ostlnaie a T.. in the com s 1 nl tn them 1 ha n I he i" oaperity uon and MW 1 industry, Mli r lh.- NT I' ' tier. f know 1 bat on account European war the exports of Ire Mei I tumped in ,, v.'iir from $'JS nori to over fl,00 000," he sat III. lease of two and ,l llll I" tllTU miitul caused in i 1 m-eiis oi munition n verv large part by Ihe fsOl men on the other side wen away from thcli pursuit ami lu nve activities ami were put in ' 1 . nches to fight. Now, when that demand i .;il ends, vi hen wai ordei s io an etnl under our present poll the ".111 he- all sed ihnt Or " Mine embodied in tile I'tideiwood bill, pa; - Vov 1 -Tb ,1 b our opponents, you can see 'ii. loll 10- yourself going buck to work for ooo 1 s ex pi ond nr two or tin . .lav s per week. I'rncilcnl 'roHiKition. II initio "This Is a giv.-r. l.i ,,r.ict b al proposl- Onlj 0111 i bus been Hon. Wo know what happened to u 1. as blin k damp is impeding twenty months ago. There are some ,.rk. wh.. say, why America is ready.