Newspaper Page Text
Albuquerque Morning Journal, Friday, November 3, 1916.
TKrea MIL BROUGHT ONDEUTSGHLAND TAKEN ASHE Submarine Leaked Somewhat on Trip Over From Holes Made by Anchor Denting Side, .,.O.H.JOU.HL.e.LL,D, N-vv l.oniion, - ' i 1 if HI'ilM hv vt i I . ,', , I I ' 111 in I ,,-.-, . i"' ,.....,,. i.ioeliniitiiian I ho lid ulaiid, wine" "1 1 " - 1 ' I"""1' " .., , f.lmre today. . iHioii Mayor K f. M""1'-; ,i M. MiniT of Cham- Koia-is III'!' 'f stitutii,g a committee, n""l,'',!": .. ......if.in Koe. There c'd'ercnoe y' the pier and the as a" i;1,iaiii ar ilinluT 1,1 i ,-pe,l .ill inviiauoii ii, .i l. given l,y tl"! chamber, . .. . I 1.. . .... ','t,,. I.:, f- 111,- I!""' to 111' IIXI',1 I'"' ' ' "" .1..... i IV f I'll 1IIIO KII'H ,.. ), went on, the submarine fiv I Inilkl'll It 1 1 "";! T A. Scott f 1110 S,'olt , company, sent a Uvcr Mown V' ' ! of tho l.-uls, l.huul and elml'lc I l" " .. . Tl alienor nuiivnenu. i ' y n"'s "' . , , 1.. ivlw.ii llio inirlmr wen- "" una my i,"" . ., dented Hi . shell of UK, n an. J ne l,l,s hud cans. a-d some, leakage on me trip V11'- ,. . Activities ol . about til' varied nature, cen Cerman undersea Keiitsehlanil and her Koenig. today. While merchantman niptaiii, I'l'"1 ., ., ,IISI,', I themselves liellllKl l'K l.i.l.. ,1... sohllia- . i I... ri m i s Ullllll HI"' " H" . , , ,,..,.!ll-i,ir 1,1 line from I , , ' ' f ' . : ilispuS,: nt nif i " ' ion.-- - hirh Hie He utschlnnd brought I MIKII frnlll la'llieii, - 1 ' 1,1 . -...1 1 lii. in . frnlll niival ,,1'iicers p, epi.- ... rail' . . , , , The 1 1'MtHl'l liiumi ii. in oeen I'm. . w ;is a sine nil Ii'lialil ew-, " " ' tliat every neutrality provision has lieen hoi Ii naval hserved, an inspection ,,j and eilstoias officials w:is (lfn,1,,,1 liM1M ai ' ;. , el T.iallillT :ll' Me, no;, ii" 1 Ilf the naval siaiiou ,,,,, tl, Mbnard with his Hides, in conjunc tion' with .hmies MeCovern, J'.""'''''"1' uf rustoins of tli' district. The lat- ttr hail eolllerreU lasi lURia wiin rela of i ! Treasury aic.mioo, woo whs al llaillor.I reKaiui..K i... ; turns involved in the Ueutschland h r' laarance. New I ond, n s ciiizens ma, if loan piililie welcome to the Meutseh- f..r v.m.IV ,-:ilitain nil nei crew. i i . ni- '"" ' " ' ... a 1......I ,, nt Alton T. .Miner 01 , me. " chiinher of eomineice , ith Mayor p K Kilmers and n delegation of 1ms liiVss men, tendered Captain KoetiiK an invitalion to a dinner at a date to 1, set lii in. It was said that he had ai-eepted. altlioiiKh statiiiK it was Willi li'Iiatanee. BETTER SERVICE ON COLO, SPRINGS LINE ' ' Y MORNING JOURNAL SPICIAL LIAStD WIRE Iieiiver, Nov. L'. An order was is- uihI l,v the public utilities comiuis- tiinii Unlay eominilting the Colorado t Hirings Street railway system to op- flute on "il ,ioo!e sc be, till" no U'..I.U'.I.. line. eXct'OL between -1 ind (, p. m., when a fifteen ininul wlieibile is reiiuired. SI reel vice also was ordered ext , mb d lo the ; nil" links. This action is understood m close a i fniilroversv of long slantlii bet wen I ii,,. ,.i,iv,..,'u ...ho io ,le comiilaint toil the utilities commission, niilway company. ,. ,,, , e i Senalor Doruli Is .Much llctlcr. Chi, tt. Nov. 2. I'niled Slates S"ii:ilr William K. I'.oruh of Idaho, whn was taken ill at Komi I Ml l.ac, Wis., seveial days ago while cam pniKiiiiig in the stale for the republi can ticket and compelled to cancel bis s',.iikiiK engagements, arrived In 'hicn uo today and said he fell s" Mini Ii improved that lie expected to resume Ins tour after a day's rest. Shortage Due Lincoln, Neb. shoriage in thi low ilennirrage .1. W. Short hill. (l l.lV IX'llllll'limO. Nov. 2. KrciKlil car s state is due lo too charges, a, cording to appearing; at a hear- iiiK uf the slate railroad commission ln-re as representative of a grain clc alnr ussociallon. Shot thill declared Hint a material increase in demuiraKC liarKcs would remedy the car itua-1 linn. I A vote iiit-ans a. If little stomach is sour, liver torpid or bowels clogged, Mothers can rest easy after glvins California Syrup of Kiss," because In few hours al the clogged-up waste. "r bile and fermenting food pently movfs out of the bowels, and you have well, playful child nsain. Children imply win not take the tme from "ay to empty their bowels, and the efc.omfl tiKhtly packed, liver pets slug- and stomach disordered. When cross, feverish, restless, see I" tmiKiie is coated, then eive this de- ' nus "fruit laxative." Children love ". and It can not cause injury. No "uierenen u'l, ,11, In rtnn la . .. ""n una JU.JI iitur " tun of eoi, or a sore ti,roat, diar rn"ea. stomach-ache, bad breath, re Tnember, a gentle "Inside cleansinR" nmild always he the first treatment K ven. Pun directions for babies, chil ofen of nil ageg and grown-ups are printed on euch bottle. 'aware of counterfeit fl& syrups. ,t ..yy,r dr'"SSlst for a BO-cent bottle 1 'abfornla Svrup of Kii,'s." then M'K carefully and sen that It is mado "y th "-,. . o i, . . make no smaller size. ....an tiack x-s irup. with contempt any other I for the 1 icinocrat ie t ickel I vote against Hang liule. , siip if fits . FOR MS, SICK, FEVERISH CHILD REPORT MAO IS CAPTURED W VILLA BANDITS However, General Geo, Bell, Jr,, States He Has Received No Information Concerning Message, 'V MORN1KO JOURNAL SRICIAL LtASEO Wll I'd l'aso, Tex., Nov. 2. A message received ,y Annrirans here from (Tiiliiiahini City today reported that rarrul, Cliiliualiua, had ImmJU taUen hy Villa troops, ecu, i;,.,,!;,. t(.l, Jr., eomniander of the K l'aso patrol dis trict, state, that he had received no information of the eapture of Parral. This town was niveii as Villa's ob ject iw- wln n Hie bandit moved south from Santa Ysabel. "I'M. Kinrifisvn , ',or,z.,li's, eomnma der of the ,'ari'anza forces of lb" north, slated that he bad received no information from Chihuahua City re Bardint? the lepoiti'd eailure of 1'nr ral hy 'illi.-it..i'. hut admitted that such information iniyht have reached the border in private messages. Only ine Aine liciins 'riiei'. As far as known here, there are only nine Americans employed at 1'ai'i'al and in the I'arral district at the present time. These nre T. I!. Hawkins, A. V. Morris, Leslie Webb and Howard Cray, all of whom nre employed by the Alvarado MiuinK company; S'. K. Palmer, lr. .1. l'lan nlKan, V. i:. Cowell, C. H. Smith and another Anieiiran whose name is not known. I'our of these men are em ployed at the oilier mines In the I'ar ral district and Ilf. l'lanniKatl Is a practicing ph su Ian in I'arral, accord ing to Amerinns who formerly lived there. I'arral is fifty-four miles south west of Jimenez, chihuahua, and 1 HI miles hr.i sliainht lino from Chihua hua City. Carian.a Consul Kduanlo Soriano Hravo denied that I'arral bad been taken. He said Ion. I.uis llerreta had a Harrison of L'.ihmi nu ii in I'arral a n, said the garrison was well sup plied with ammunition, arms and ar tillery. At the general offices of the Alva rado Mining and Milling company here It was stated that no informa tion had been received in reference to the report that Villa troops had cap tured that town. The Aharudo com pany is one of the largest opcratim,' in the I'arral district and its offi cials here are making efforts to oh- j i:.,,, o,f,,ri,iiiti,,n friim their represent- i aliveu there hv nv of Cbibua liua ! Citv and also 'hv way of Kanle l'ass, Tex., Torre,, n ail, I Jimenez. ( oiifci neil Over Ainci icaiis. American mining nu n who have in- ; ... ... l : jterests in I'arral, wlncti was rcporici I from Cliiliualiua City lo nave necu taken by Villa troops on Tuesday, arc mii' li concerned over the fate of the nine Americans known to be in l'ur ial. This concern was increased to nb'lil by the news from Chihuahua City that the bandits who heid up the Mexican Central passenger train .Monday evening al J .ami na. station, assaulted Hi. Steven llal'fner, a Her man subj, ct, because they llioimht he was an American. This, they say, is an indication of what may happen to iin.s in Ihe Parral the nine Amcri mining district. .Mining men and ore freighters '"'i'' win, are thoroughly familiar Willi the country in the vicinity of I'arral. say that Villa probably moved on I'arral ' from Santa bo.-alia, loiiouiug no- Conohos river to Pilar tie Concho, ,, froin San- distance ol lortv-fivc mils, Kosalia, and then marched south st I'arral, culcr- 1 1 1 V -1 , e I, in ling the town from the north, which is the most accessible, they say. Kcport Xtrilicil. These mining men thclai lure that the of the town Villa and bis 1 i-t'iiort of Villa's capture rifles the report that r i command had Santa Kosalia, that he would been as il move n possession was aniiounc , ,n Pari al from Santa Kosalia. Villa, is said lo have aKainst h mini I .Ills Her I'arranza eoinmaiider in P ,,. iml,' declared when he ,. in,, i . . 'i' , , iplurcl I'arral, he inlended lo kill Hcierra j w it h his own nanus. The report of Villa's a pi nre ol Parral was received here by govern ment agents tonight and forwarded lo Washington. BANDIT LEADER TO BE EXECUTED MORNINO JOURNAL SPECIAL LEABEII WiRf 1 Paso, Nov. L.'-Col. Kosario i.ar- i:i cia, said to he a ma nan, m "o" " .... 1 1,1 ,,, Juarez to be exe- ...,i.,,i i, was announced by i ; eiierai Juarez a was ram h, t roops (ioiizales, eomniMi'ler of the garrison, today. Colonel Can captured on the Santa Ana Va iniiniina hv Carranza while looting the randi Ceneral Coiizales. Tin cordmi? to if his men will also execut ion he briiuglit to .no"" '"' Ceneral Cmzales added. t f Colonel Carcia is said lo have oeen ...irrvine; impotlant papci to vbi'i from one of bis commanders. Five bandits wcr hni'ii.'i Ventura, near hot at Sail CI Valle. Wed- nesday, a. report (loiizalew from III, ruaile lo i.cncia, j conimaiulcr ol thai garrison "fated. Culm ;ivcs .H.vasn Law Majorilv. Havana, Nov. J.At II o'clock this morning' the official figures ,.! l ie voting yesterday for president ol uh.i gave Alfredo .ayas a majority ol ti.liuo for all provinces in the pi ..i. ....in.o.u t.nssinu'. helioi V , I , ll A O .1 ...... H' Zayas, who is the nominee ,! oi.n...,, ..,r, f und ooitoslllg Pies Un dent Metiocal, the conservative told the Associated Press can, la late. that his imiioriiv uni'j' reach .pi.lliift. The liberals are leading in all provinces. Mct'oll Kcinains in Philadelphia. .... i. ........ i.e. v.. i. " Wold vva i unau. ii'i.i.., .-- received here today from home thai who .1,., ii, Wee .lotlll J. a" ' ....... ,'ime aen was named bishop of Los Angles, Calif., is to remain H his present office as auxiliary bishop to Philadelphia. This is ill "";"""'' . . .,.,..., ..cub. hv Archbishop Pre'iidergast to have P.ishop remain it was in this city wneie n,s laid, are needed. Canada Women's I'arcwcll . ... ii.it Nov. 2. The .ift. fare- .,.ii fifi 'of the women of Canada to the Duchess of Connaughl. . -..,.- r. u .-a bled t a mount - London Ibg ui a '".. ..,:.. ,,. il,,.. todav. The gift will be app. Duchess of Conna.ight's prisoners .f war fund, In compliance with her it-tiuest. THE LADIES ARE IITED TD THE RALLY SATURDAY Final Political Demonstration by Democrats to Be Held in Armory; Humc Crowds Ex pected to Attend, The red fin' rally of til,' democratic campaign In this county will 1 iO- lu'l'l In llio Armory Saturday night, jin f'ldiil by a lug street parade. Tin1 in dications are that thi' parade will be 1. A X; L I V. 1$, AI.'IOV, u. whopper and that the big Armory will be crowded almost to its capac ity w hicn is Koiiig some. The i ally is not for (be The ladies are also ini led invite,! to come alone, or husbands, on foot, borseba men only. They are with llu'ir I, or in an ailloinoblle. The ladles Wl Ilf u , I- come, i Hon d; ( ounty before veil if they can't vole y. The democrats hope t li.it it will not the Uoluell Will be v on el, c of the U' lonK nlinK on an - i ii a I I gent uiab this, they should get lug politic: iasis with Hit! less (ntelli ,'ontiiigeiit. Heraiise of believe that the ladies inlo the habit of attend- 1 rallies, and that the Sal- unlay nm'iii n opporl unit y for 11 V offers a starter. i splendid There v ill I be speeches by prominent democrats of the slate, including oMinor .Mo- ilmnald and Hilly W ilton, candidate lor ingress. ..., TT. I I I t , ll-l l nrK l, Ihl y Y IJSr rhLlNull I M ONTARIO GRADE SCHOOLS j 'HV MORNINO JOURNAL SPECIAL I.EASFlJ WIRE i Montreal, Nov. LV - The Krench Ibuiguaee may ,e us, d in the Koiiian ! Catholic separate schools in nnlario jonly in lower grades, the privy conn 1 i'i! of Knglaml holds, according a ca- bled summary of a decision by the j highest court in the empire received here today. This sett I, s a warmly 'contested issue over Hie minimis! ra- t inn of these schools, located in the t eastern part of the province, where of j late y a rs the problem of IniiKuaKe I has been added lo that of religion by jibe influx of a large From Ii popula tion fiom nd.iuining counties. A 1 egulal ion of t be ( tularin In of ediiialion providing- thai Krench be used as a medium of Instruction only in the lower grades was taken to the courts I y Ihe trustees of the l!o iiiiill Catholic separate schools, bill now H upheld by the privy council. .. , .. , (.old i;xMi'lali,m l.vclles Hunkers. New York, Nov. ;'I'Ih' run.ms anomaly ol an exporianou m f"",""" Irnitci Slates gold coin in Urn face of the enormous gom iiiovemeui in "'!..,, oifantrv cavalrv. field aim lot her direction excited interest In j are Ibe 1,1 ' . . , ... .H . tl i I linchnl- banking circles today u, J poria - lloll was mane ny me iiane """"' hank. While officers of the bank , . ., . , i;.. ,.r i , u iiiiitii.ii mane no n " , "' "" -".i il was assumed proba'dv bad its that the transaction basis in Ibe private nteresls or Investors , of American seenr e been other similar i sale by Uritish i I of sum II a in i ii ii I : ilics. There hav ! transactions lately, it was learned. .lodge McCoriiiick Ilics. Waco. Tex., Nov. 1!.---Jiulm, A. P. Mccormick, of the fifth district, ll'nited Stales court of appeals, died i here early today. .Indue McCormick j was K. yens old and was appointed Mo his pi, sent position in Is!'. The funeral w ill be held in I lallas. Ladies' See that your husband attends Ibe Wilson club dcinonslra t.iiu ill Ihe Armory Saturday night. C,o will, li i in yourself and Hon you will he sure he is there. Ladles are especially invited. STOP CATARRH! OPEN NOSTRILS AND HEAD i Says Cream Applied in Nostrils Kclicvcs Hcad-t olds at Once. i - If your nostrils nre rloggeil v., or 'bead is sluffcl and you and an't j breathe fre'dy because of a cold or i catarrh, just get a small bottle of Fly's Icieun Halm at any drug store. Apply in, little of Ibis fracrant, anlis-'ptie , ream into your nostrils ami let n I ii.-n, -Irate through every air passage o. head, soolhing ami healing the your j inflamed, swollen mucous membrano 'and you ge t Instant relief. Ah! bow good it feels. Your nos trils are open, your head is clear, no more hawking, snuffling, Mowing: no more headache, dryness n struggling f,.r bread. I'.IV s ream n.,,,,, ,.- j--; what sufferers from head Colds catarrh need. It's a delight. and A vole means a for vl- the Tleinocralic ticket against Hang P.ule. mi. ri l l, rii:i i. tmi. While much is said about tired mien. it inns! lie roinemnereu iiiih linen also y the penalty of over- M.-Cottiwoik When the klillieys are wean, civics inactive or slmiL'ish, when one feels tired and J nut and niiseranie, licks .-o.-ik. ,o bit ion. Fob-v Kidney Pills are I. ..: i a roii I bening. Win. IL I tonic i Clark, nringficld. ohio. writ,-: mi relief from kidney trouble r ,is oveied Foley Kidney Pills. MM, ...... found t until V..... I am in A snap.-. , i.'-.. ' everywhere, niinly back: 1 1 1 1 1 I klv and surely. .oi,t i ...! bold Henialillo repudiate tho Kci-ubUvan Bang ticket E QUALIFIED FOR Commissions to Be Handed Reserve Out in Offieei's Corps, as Recently Provid ed by Congress, (Br MOHNtMS JOURNAL tRICIAL lAMO WIR, Wasliilillton, Nov. .- Appioxuoate ly 'J.tlllil l-ien IhroiiKbout Hie country ha vp alien, IV iiuulillea lor coiiimi, sions in the officers reserve coi'i of the army, recently eieated by eon i;ifH. The act .rM,les ihat the corps ui,..ii l.e an unlimited icservoir from which in Ii""' " war will be drawn j tl,,, neeessary a,l,li;uual oil per." the regular army and thosy for Milnntcer rei-'.iiiieiil.'i that tody be for all ' an-I thoic.eil. Army ,ffielals at e wall pb as, d wnlf the progress made in tins vital step toward ndeqilale national defense. II I;; expected that wiihin another ear lieii-K' 1 Ti IMIO ol'ficeis will have ne- for (be ccplcil nu,l eoninii'-sloned, Haily rlie duty should 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 iiiaic need arisi ,iw ivMirina A oiiiinlssions At the bureau of printiiiK erayinu coiunilssions fol iml I'll -re- Hi, rw ofneers are now being pre) pared. Tb. v will correspond eloselv to H" f.xiied to officers of Ibe regular ai my and will bear the signature of the p resident in every case. I'he officers reserve corps, as ,lis tim t from the ! lu' ol'ficeis Irain Ing corps, also newly created, was de signed by coiu'.ress to furnbh within Hie sboltesl possible time a c.ical body of men whose ability to lea, I troops in the field had been .tested and ap .! nod Who would be Under deli- e,i., nbllLmtioiis lo n stiond H .HtaiitIV V man to a call to the colors. Kvcn must pass all exaiolnalion bef, boaid of army oflneis, in win L i,i,u te, I e e of niililaiy theory lie a b his and practice is tested. When be commissioned, the nseiv keeis (lie commander of tin depai t f if lit in w hi, Ii be live of his inoveiuents, ready as been bilizattlon. Keser- officers wi grades nil to major ; I.... tl, various stall coil tbe line. Included among those who have already made application tor appointment are many doctois eni ,,,,,, lelegraph nn, I telephone spe- clalisis, railroad engineers, louua,. tors and the like. Have IsMioil licauiaiions. The war depart incut has issued l eg elalions governing Hie enrollment and ,.t i hi. ot'l'icers reserve corps, the reserve officers training corps and j tor the minor sell s wnicn w,, tuallv form a feeder to the Iralnlu--rorps as the latter will be the mam source from which the reserve corps Itself will be recruited. i. ,wU as to l'egulalions to fc"V - ' . i.K.. i era t ti,' "iiusi'-o . I and Including provisions ,..,,',,1l,eiit of skilled workers lull trades and professions thai i i ...,i,,ui,i,. to I hi' ai mv in i war are now being' prepai ! ii.u of general orders w ill Is 1 arier which the I the i, K'li will begin. i n'l... !,.,, nlat ions fol , that any A Wean cit- . "' i'-. , . . . i zen vviinm it. iiiesci ii'i i, hi' and physically llv fit for tnililarv tluty i . . ..'..i.. i. e oto hi ission. I ' ! Ill,' .V I I .' ' ' " , , , ,. .. 1, i, .1, i i genera I 1 ols of 1 IK' HUOjecis 10 .v , i he will 1" I'"1IH' d to ptiss oral or practical tests are given aim list of refer, m e books, army i I lions a ...1 il,.. like W , 11 which ii published. 'HI'' paiu'iii". I prepare i r, iiuiremcul r,.i- each oranc ,,, .....ei.n are also set foith lor eae,, i available vrade ill lank, 'IN 111 . . . . ' clc Sections t,'! ','rps has been divided , , ,,, tor cafli dis I , ,. m i i,a, y service. These j . ; , v(.,crmary ad.lulanl "" .nlvocnl c geliel a s. Ill Ui-'iier:.! H .1 "I f , and sign n. , k no 1 i' ' i i ( 'o,n missions I be issued lor I'1 years bint, cai , I'ficer has r luaximum ac will Iben If , renewed iiniii "i ached the pi, scribe limit for his rank. M discharged unless ui...u'u on examination promotion lo a higher rank Kach olficer will be liable teen days seivice In each . on , n s or under in V 1,1 I HI"1 " ' , , . , wil bin the military ilepan me,,. which he lives o,,r can be ft The pel lolls ol i nib'd only w Hb II" I icer consent ami lie win ' pay and Hie refill; duly. The r ;: ivvunecs ol his i;i., I my while on 1 1 a I nuii', I inns provide - lists of fie,.,' on l lie no! lv , army or naiional guard may ,,,l.i,,o...l in Ibe. reserve Ibougli eiib-lcl men may lake 11" CLAIMS THREE R'S NOT FUNDAMENTALS laY MUUNINC. lollRNAL BPH , A L LEA,,, O WIKI I l.enver. Nov. -"Heading, vva al ing and mill tic are nol tun, la u ,,ls-- p,,.f .1. II. Francis, superm tend, .nt of public schools of bos. il. t"hl Ibe Colorado T assi'ieialion ben- today. "Any I u III , h wil" e.l- living to t he fllllesl ca i i ( v I " eontinued Prot'essor Fi; eis. "A man is educated vv ho i: bis job." Five sectional meetings were in various buildings early today Ibid with , ii.. oi oicioal session nt Hi Ininncl- pal dia auditorium this alieinoon. n ls of teacliers ami eitucaio, s i - over the stale ire In attendance. t.ciicnil Inwl"ii's l ame l'isln.-,lol. Washington. Oct. 31,.--The naim' "I M-Hor Ceneral I awton, famed m the annals of the American arinv from Ibe time he entered Hi" service as a volnnlcer in isiil until h" fell in C'c Philippines in "l,w ,,.,. ,.,,,,,! In the Naiional museum here by a large collection of his per sonal belongiinis inlimnlely eoniiectcl w ith his military career. Among the .. i: .. ....iiuressional lueibil ol honor awarded him for bis gallantry ' in leading a charge of skirmishers ! against the , nemy's rifle pits in front II of Atlanta, two seivice sworus oseii , the civil war, a pair or .Mexican snocs be wore when trailing the Apaches, and a dress sword ami scabbard own ed by him during Ihe Spanish -American war, together with the fla of Ihe Figlnh army corps flown al his headquarters in the Philippine;). 2, 000 1 1 OFFICERS NOW ,s as wen as , . in boll, service., j The next time you fry fish, try them in S Cottolene. You will find that they brown beautifully and have a delicious flavor. There is a better taste to food cooked with Cotto Just try it for your own satisfaction. See how preatly it aids in making foods tempting und how it simplifies cooking und baking. Cottoleno is a pure food TO mm OF EH FULL Ii ai 41 J "Cottolene makes good Jf '''Hi;1' NSttWiWy rf" ' )',4-rp'iN? v- ' i.'jV '$K!r ztjzJ Ul UIIMKU eatharllc. especially comforl In)! lo II be naiiicil I"1 Mi .iw.,.s. .-". ... j ""' '"" M' .'. ! Momlav. Nov cmhcr . V ill be Ihe " ' i first oT Hie cai IV I-. Ill leiui ai nif .vi- . ' buiiiieriiue I'.nsinc- s Collcrc New i - 1 : : : : j (classes in I lu.ain Law, Stenographic, M j Civil Service an, Nol m il ses will . ' ! Ibe ,irgani.ed. Cull, Willi- or phone I ,' !i;7 for full pai I aula is of any couise lor subject. I Ai.itrji'i-:i:.'i'i': iicsinkss! cr.- ... ' ,, i i .Fill-:. ' : A -'a.: "! I. - See that vour husband t . ,' l II, tlds Ibe Wil am eluli ib n ,, msl la - IHMI I" I'lo .VMIIOIV , -.iiiiio. iv ,..,,,. I,. : . . ': , ;,t wilb him yourself and then y,l , ; , . , . .. ''. i' j will be sine bo is I her. . Ladles are .$s ;..-:' ,i ' 1 . i spi'i'i.illv invited. i (' 'fl3 .. , ' . I" . -:x 1 :.) vv v" i ri- II f ' i - -WV ' 'V -rt -v.; look ra, now j , , iP4 lf UnrlrtlMl m ' . , J miif ." I1HIN II liv III N A 1 V U .,,1. A sit- WUIVI II ' iiviiiui . .... .. , soon I is- ) . J-v ' . .,'.. : enrollment ol Mfin tmir i iti.iii otr. . -. - v. . . . i i Sever I nil". t A ' ' 'ia,'(.i. ; '1 I the reserve! "K"r U, v.,,,' la- ,, ''in cano out V ' v. A ' ' J 1 Ibf 1 hat V I i al o," wil.- n. u iinne , V . -: ' , jf. i s. iii- i ; , .. . .. i. - , s ; ' . v t i Well N..w, !.-,, k Rl Th, ! Olf Cmlh V t x " V ff 7, ,. , ,. l IvkyCor Sl I, .,. Whi.ll... I - . - . . v "- v . i . !v; . w.. -, . . ,:, , I I,. " '.. . X . . rf ' f - e 'Ih,. . ii , , ll l 1,,'- 1 "I" " '"'. niiiii".- I'..'-... nb... k, '.',.. '. '.,,'..... ' '..V ' ,.'. ' i. ' j ,. , 1 1 1 1 1 1.- n. v.. i. i- '-.-! v ih . i ,i,U"! , : --y : . j . r . . ,1 ! I, nils. nr, " .1 l-'.l. !,- V. I, f , , I . J- " V , y n ' l - ;.,.,, , ;i I ; 'l " .Vl'i'i .' II In ' " '"H'Ih II' k . ,. , , . . V. . ' V ' If . . . ' ' I , . , e .' ,1, ini.l .lli- tlni, I lJl.ttii3 iilwJU i.'IMi-aA ifo,&&jfjt M1l6lMl ."it6'-&-'iil6'' a ', '"' I ,.., v. nil K lib. . . ,c;'l ,;,:.. a rap lli-lr his liimss i"i i,.,b In , nic.i''. iii is,ici,i;.',.b nr .'iv;:,,:. i "iv;Vi'!:f';:r'A!-''..i'-'-'A.?;-'.' ! ueorge A. Kascman I l lie! I"ll j '' '" ' , ,, , ,, o.i.l, i . . zrl, rr;;r--..- CANDIDATE FOR SENATOR ,;!,. :(,V".; '.".?.. .'-V m ,A,'A,A ';..! i (Seventh District) in" '"' ''. i. , ..J S.l'l III V II, ,1, N- 1 '!'! "" I ,l, ,.,,,1,1,. I si '.in i.in.ily l.v , " .'ll,'. ' . " i .d,,.riis,-i..ci.i.) t,al HO 'if I H ll"'. II, -.1 Al.al.i'l" I 1 1 ll I II 1 .1 - V . , j the lei-'iilai-I . - ---- .. oil's ...- ' "r -I ' -w The Natural Shortening To fry fish perfectly product. It adds to the whole somcness of fxds and en hances their natural flavor und quality. ArranRo with your proar today krr roatnr kwpv'.jv I IMS M I IV i: ( IMS. 1 ii INT M ISS Til IS Cut out this slii, enclose (iir c, ill;', to t'ob y ,vl- Co., L' S' :: r, Sheffi, M Ave., Cliieago, III , wili ng vour nam,' and addiess cieaiiv. S ou will rei eive in return a trial pack age , oclaiiiini: I'',, lev's Honey and Tar , 'urn p,,n ml, for hi on, bin I coiii-bs, cold 1 1 and cioiip; I 'ol. y Kidney 1'illn. for pain in sides and back. 1 he u mat ism, 1 backache, kidney and bladder all- ineiils; 1 1 , 1 l''ob y Cath.ir'ic Taldels, a wlioleiome and thoroughly , lcan:am eatharllc, especially comforl 1 nt! to Htoiit porsoiiH. Sold everywbero. You may be famous your cooking, just a "beginner" In Either Case Baking will help you. Its goodness recommends 1U 3 F ried Fiali Fry rr' trout, buttr flih. ftmpittt, hrrttiti und ctlirr mall l tn huh whiiU. Lut IttiHt nl. In tiu'lt thick vlic?i, mitl two or xUtm liii hch Mquutf lloumlcru tl bfltn, Ktnp otf thf flesh entfh n.tleot in lonti hllt-tii, dtvida in hlv und roll iintowHrd tip. Ri-u.av skin mut boni'H n much an Mp hum ftlici'd ti) wtprUry, roll in br(irrumbor fine iTnHl(thi In ht'Men rutf und then incrutuht und try in dcrp CuiioUnr, hot rnouh to brown a bit oi bread while you tount ntty. Drain well before serving. Or nimplr ctvff witb neitisunevl nienl and brown on cu b side in hut CotlO leiiu in Irymg pan. from "HOME HEtTS." MaiU4 tit if uou u)ri( our Cnrui Ofitei, (.. Akujjo. FAYW00D HOT SPRINGS l'"or KhpumallHiii, Stomach Trou libs, Kidney Ailments, Inflamma tions, Arlerinl Hardening, Loao motor Ataxia Nervous HreuklnpT, it,', rerfeet Treatment, 1'prfect i 'lunate, Health, I'leasura, Ijirp Modern Motel. HookUt. Hound trip to I'livwood rrom Albuur iine, 1.1.7I. T. C. M'DERMOTT l'nywcmd, X. M. : 'Tv for or OWDER I, .:.T.', - .! r Amm