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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Monday, November 13, 1916.
THREE STOBBOHH II ACCOMPLISH DARING VOYAGE When Other Members of Ciew ' Arc Taken Off, Scot, Irish man and American Cross Ocean in Tup;, I,ondon, Nov. 2 Tho Hci -rluiveii correspondent of the Central News telegraph the following remit i Kn llt ory df I he sen: One of the imiHt cxtraniillnary voyaged ever tnude ncrof I Ik- Atlantic liilit. a Miiull American tux. belonging to New York find lmnd fiom St John N. V. tor Cardiff Two days Ul from Kt. Johns, which she lift n week two lust Holiday, the Vigil ant prrlenre, terrific weather and on Ihe fifth lny ciit ut R ''"""' the captain fearing she would foun der. The Holland-American liner Jiynduni picked tip Mm signals nod proceeded to her assistance, "The captain h rid twelve of the tttg crow wfi tnken olf liy the ftyndfiiii which wim hound for Hot tcrdarrt, but Mi roe mm icfi.m.l 1" leave. They mitp the second mate, Hnbcrt Ferguson, it Hoot; (he third en gineer, Thorns Walsh, mi IiImIhiiiiii. nnd mi American flrriniin named Jiilin Smith. . "Taking control of tho ship, I he r three men oven nine ti cmeiulniiH dif f trutttfii mid Hctuully succeeded In bringing Hit within sight of tho Irish rnnnl. where they were picked up by Tlrltlsh patrol vessel. Ferguson was looked In the Wheel house and the cither two In the engine loom. Tho terrible weather prevented them inov lug, nnd they reinnlned lit their posts for fifty hours, without fond, water, or Bleep. Several piirl of thn uhlp were fimnwhed In tho gale, Including the haft of the dynamo In the engine room Thin f mined tho tug to ho In tntiil rtnrluiesn by night .ind lidded lo tho tenor of tho nitimtlon," P ACTRESS NOT TO VISIT UNITED STATES (Aunrtaffd l'rM rorrrRnowlrnre.) Toklo, (let. J 5 According to the Japanese- pies Mio foreign office 1ms declined to give permission for Smla 5kko KuwiikBinl. the renowned Jap nene actress, to visit the 1'nltod Ulaten with a irottpe of twenty nc trcHBcn nnd present tho fiiinoiiH "(Hum I'ochu," or procession of the Yoshl wnrl girl, which him heen ji ii iimb-nt custom In Toklo. U Ii understood tlmt the decision Is iCHiilt of the object ioiih raised by the I'urltV noeloty of which the pu nt dent la Hiibiiio Hhlndii, Hie chairman of the house of representatives. The Toklo brunch of tho Salvation Army 111 so opposed the- plans of the tutors and H wss flniilly decided, m cording to the Japanese newspapers, Mint the reprodntlon of the proi es.'ilon In ques Hon would tie delilment.il to the hon or nnd dignity of the Jiipimese people. The pnssports, therefore, were re fused. BndayiikUo, the greatest .lupHtiese modern actress, has been to the l'nil id Htntes twice. (In her first visit she us Herompimied by her husband, OtoJIro KiiwnkBinI, the man who tshilshed tho flint modern school of eettng In Jiipnn. Hbe Is also well known to Ihe piny goers of Kurnpe having toured that continent ncvcr.il years ago. The procession in (picnUmi was no,' held in Toklo last year, having bun suppressed by the nuthorltles. CANISHSOCIETY 10 COLONIZEJiRL INLAND (Aiaorlslrit l're C'rrrpnBilenre.) I 'Olieohiigen. lieiimarU, net, i'S -The Imnlsli (ireenhiud eoiutv, which includes the in omliii ni lianlnli nril'c . eni.li.rers, Intends to l.nnich B plai' tni the roliiiilaHtlon of unlnha nd ' 'd Kat (lirenland. West i i I ei Ii bind will (iii I"' ovi-rpopiiluled, I'unNh North (ireeillmid nliendy U v el! peopled, while In Kust crc'iiliud the condb lioiiM are i . nisdeei d I' f.u- support ing lamer pupul'il. in or IMiiii.h. I. nlinirl. pi-cvlouslv has only had noii.hi.il possession of the eiuintiy imd i. (her nntions will hardly leeogiure her supremacy until n lioiilsh stutioti tins been estiiblished, the liantsh flag raised, nnd I 'i. ntsli Inhabitants set tled. The announcement of tiunish lilans to extend nli.n ir.al ion In lirccnland Is of some p.uti. uhir tnleiest to Mie t'nlted Mint's l.i-caoM- tbu; ciuin'rV may sllll claim nM net ship of - vast tidcts of Unit luetic land through ills tmeiies whu-h Amerl. nil explorers have made In m gollatlons slill pending Oetwecii tins CHiutrv and Iienmsik over the wile .if the lianlsh West Indus to the foiled Slates f"l !fi.niin.(iii(i one e.nulili.in to the sale lr the retlniUlstinn; by this eonntiy of nil lis rlthts in Ciecnl.md 'I be lain' discovered 1 Ameii. mis is m uni' Along the ma I hi 1 11 tin st enist, how ever, In n iiulon di. ply enveied wuh snow and be that it is ilnobtfiil ft al It v.r i. in bo coiimiIi n .1 of ei o nopilc v.'ilue. WOMEN SECTION HANDS KILLED BY TRAIN 'V hOM.Ha JOURNAL MriAl llAStU . M I . Herlln, Nov. 1.' (by Uncles to the Assoebtted I'rtvns, l:l Sav V I'lc. 1 The Itttlksn cxprese whlili runs bclwcn Constantinople and liellin, dashed at lull speed todav Into a pnrt of w om. n vcttoii hands in a siibiirb of I'.etlin dnt.n wonim were killed. There was a heavy fog ut the tune The women had stepped out of the uy of a w i stboiiiul train and did not wtiBervB the approach of the f.iil..iii f XJU' s. PRAISE BESTOWED ON RECENT SPEECH OP CHANCELLOR Comments, Repotted Fiom Berlin, Say Germany's Cause Is Established by Facts Stated. llerlln. Nov. i2 (by wlielesN to Say- vllli 1 Coiniiieiit by Hamuli ami luiti h pal'crs on the recent speech of thn Imperial (Icriiion hniiccllor In Ihe rei.liHtag Is given out bv the Dver seas Niiif, tigeiK y. The I',. H iken f'o- "(if Hll the s.ee(hrs made o..nnir the war I r. von I'.ethioann-IIollweg s last speec h Is the most I ( inai ka ble, because, coming from the (ierman side, It. goes farthest into the future, thus awakening hopes for u m -vv order of society Most Striking Point. The I'olitiken, noionling to the mer-eas iigeney, wi V s that (ho most Imi.oitant tiolnts of the speech are jllm dei lallitlon that the chancellor had never mentioned the annexation of llelgluin hh (iermanv's Intention, and the general remark that the pol icy of might con Id not be the basis for an efficient International league of peace. "The Mciiwh Van 1 'e I lag ( Amster dam) Is quoted by t he ( iversi as agency lis welcoming the Imperial chain ellor's answer to Vlsi ount (Ircy's suggestion for guarantees for ti lasllng peace, de claring that 'ii league oT the states for peace would have sennt value If It were organize,! merely nfler tho Ideal of the entente powers'" OiaucoHor Mnrore, Tl.ld (Amsterdam) says: "Whoever rends the (Ierman chancellor's speech with unprejudiced mind cannot help being convinced that It has to do with an honiHt nnd sincere man. luivl.l Uoyd-cleotge's move on tho chess board of the immediate future has been answered by a move which Is lint Infcrlor- 'the enemy w;uts ("onslanll nnplo nnd I never said that we want to keep lieliiluni.' " Thn Jsvetiska MorgenbUitt (Stock holm) dcclnres that the ilia ncellof's speech was a very strung one and Mutt It proved that tho love of peace al ways proclaimed by the entente lead ing men was Insincere. AIL RUSSIA THROBS with new Acrivirr I'lnlcr Ihe caption, "The Spiilt of the New llussia," the It iissian - A inei I can Journal ot Commeice calls atten tion editorially to what It ti I ms "Mil feverish aeiivity to be nbsoivcil throughout the bnglli and lueailth of tin) It issnin empire." All travilers coming out of llussia, It Is stated, bear testimony to the woiulerrul reawak ening cvel.vwhcio noticeable In the cmph e. "Am erieans In pa 1 1 Iruln r," the Jouiiial says, "seem most deeply Im pressed with the changed conditions in llussia and ate most sanguine as to the rutiire of thus country. They say that there Is something akin to the old call of the west In the fast open ing opportunities and the wlde-ieacli inn resources of Itussla which sends an anxious tlUKo through the veins of every American business man or pros pa-tor who has delved lulu liusslan i oiidit Iiiiih as they exist today and is fal -sighted cnoiich to see the piosper Itv tlmt I.s In store for Iho I ! ussia n people. "Factories in liussin aro running ilay nnd night, turning nut munitions of war, clothing, and the varied lie ii'-.ihes of the empire's mult imllllons Aineiiiain haey said they were sur pilsed al the large number of f.u lor ies, espei i.illv between I'eliograd and Mosiovy iilher factories m e going iij with fcveiu-h basic, and even win re. II iieellis to the traveler, lailloads ale j limit r i un a i iictioti. Many of the lilies jure new, wihle olheis are being d"ti- bb' 1 1 in kitl. Men and women aie woikiim rid" by si.le on Hie lad loads, the women handling picks ami shovels with even greater hlrelliMh ami elfei t than many of the men. "The reluming Ku.sl.in (tavelcrs biing inaiiy and varltd stoties of the 1 1 1 M I ( . 1 1 v t e.sources of llic cniiil e I me I of these Is to the offei t that not less I than s.iuui.lioo men have been recent ly sent to tin front nnd that nntjjhci !i, mill, nun ate in training. All ate iin 1 l.ed v:i the absolute assurance that the weight of Ktissian men and mu-i lei ni niut he the deciding factor lit the war There has la-en told too, the stolv of a in w explosive shell Ic ing ma nu I a. t ut i d in limslu utter a l'li n.h foiinol.i, !.::! .. el used on I the weslein fimil a shell which In exploding ipic.ids over a lailius of Man yaids a heat of ::himi d.-gtees a vvtth iring bla-t calculate. I to lm no rate all within its fu rv ' ' at It," sugar ranslsskn TO RUSSIAN CliTTNS (Ainc-lMts1 Tre. C.irffupon.lem-e.) I'eirograd, iiit :' Th. population of fetl-ogl ad will bell. el.. lib obi no .-iiir.tr by . aid or ticket. The allow an. e per pelsoli is Itvid lit thliei pounds a month. Siig.it ha.-, bis n verv scarce f.. tu tr 1 a v.ar tat, owing to .list,,, ititon of tmlustri.il actlv tlv and the vasi ' itii til ti .. s KmusI to th" a I my The i m-vv spapets a-sert that mm h or tin i difti. tdiy has l.een doe to ptoftteei - jing ma tiettv et s bv s pe -l ; i . 1 1 . ! . but tlMJ alb g.itiotl is dis. ollt-.te.' MUtte !li..l t-v the fait that the pi i. c ot ni:g it h is i."t r'seti m-.i. b lll.-i I'oisvH ro I'bs-iog MeM.-o City, No r: Tin- war d. -p.'irtntent i. potts that the Villa tot' es are now fi.-i m,- noith m Chihuahn t It Is stated also that Caiiana rein folci llletits baVe alien, tv i.ft T.-rleoU. pi oft edl'ag bm I hvv aid. s GET SENTENCE TO TERM IN PRISOI Neither Ambassadoi Nor Conn less von Bernstorff Is Like ly to Be Called as Witness at Trial, 'V MOMNINQ JOURNAL aflClAL L t A R F D WlSf Washington, Nov. K'.- A 1 1 a nge- lilcnts for the prose ut ion of Karl Aimgafird Mrnves, self styb d "inasler spy," and iiiagaini' wrilei, who was nrrerded here yesterday on a ehaige of attempiing to extort jp.iiuu from i'..unli"s yon I lernst m f f, wife of the ed tomoirnvv at a conference bitvvecn agents of the department of Justice, fep i esetitat iv cs of the district ntlor tiey's office, ami I'rincc llatzfeldt, counsellor of the (Ierman embassy, It iM not cxpei ti d that cither Coun tess I let nstoif f or the Herman ambas sador will be rei, nested to appear against Craves. Tin warrant was sworn out by A, I '.i in e 1 Mela ski, chief or Ihe bureau of In v est lea I ion of the department of Justice, as tho com plaining WltUCMH. The w.iriant Is made out on two counts, (me charges attempt In ex t in 1 . penally for which is five years' Imprisonment or u tine of $l,a(0l, or both. The other charges that Craves brought i 1 1 1 1 1 the liistrh t of Colum bia letters obtained by thcl't; the pen alty for this offense being nearly no severe ns Ihe first one. The letters for which Craves Is al leged to have asked S ::,rino remained in tile possession of agents of the de partment or Justice today. The Mer man embassy Is familiar Willi their contents and is unilei.ston.l to have agreed that tiny be kept by the pros ecuting officials as i videiu e. The (let-man embassy .s most anx lous to learn how Craves obtained the letters' which he Is alleged to have thought "would I'liil arrass" Countess von Itcrnstnrff. ir made public. II Is considered imliki ly, however, that in fol mi I Ion on this point can be ob tained nnlil the steamship ( is. at II, upon which C ra ve.'.ci la i is they were brought to the I'nitiil Mlales, returns to New York. Craves is in New Vol k at liberty on $-', I ball. DUTCH SI FAME R IIFI.D j UP BY SUBMARINE j fllV MOBNlN lotlRNAt RPICIAl. LRASIP W W Merlin, Nov. 1J (by wireless to Say -1 yllle.) The following a niioiineetucnt was made today by the admiralty: "A Merman submarine stopped near! Sihoiivven hank (off the Imtch coast): the Imtch mail steamer Kocningcnj Kegs'ltls, bound from I-lushing to Loudon. The sle.'imor was brought Into eeblugge. "Immediately after she was slopped M-veial bags, apparently containing mail, wi le thrown overboard fiom Ihtt steamer. me of them, which was re covered by the submarine, consisted mainly of newspapers for the foreign office at London. "Thnty hostile citizens of military age, who were on board the steamer, were arrested. (me of them was an fnglish soldier on leave of absence ft mil a Dutch detention camp." A dispatch from told of 111" scizuie liegetitN. Tin' steal lAUidon on Friday ot the Koeningeii icr ra fried nine! v- three gtans. pas.-.i ngeis, most of them lEcl- AT I FAST NINE LIVES LOST IN AUTO ACS; DENT i lo.iNNki snc.Ai LIMin wiml I-. H. I '., Nov. I Nine least, including two until--owned in the l-'iaser river last iti'-lit, when ait aii'n ge I com Latlnei, II C. oiigh an open draw" of 'It.1 Weill to the bottom of the aiu teiv i persons, al ell, Wile il m ar In n-. Iliol.lle ;;1 plunged lb I i nice and l 1 1 a In i levels had stli ceeded on;i:ht ei iug eb ht of the bodies. Thieo Miivivots wile iicked up by u lifeboat from a riv cr tug. In the ab sence of definite inforilialii.il as m the niinibi i- of passengers earned on the slagc, it was feared by ot'tifials bi le that the death list might be ill cteased lii twelve. The driver, Mcorgo Smith, was tinning the drowned. A. ding to the survivors, Smith rajJjJ- 1. 1 observe the warning llgh's on Ihe I ridge, which signaled that the ill av was open, and the lieavv till -i nine ran iinchei kc,i through the wn . rales into the river. COtHMBIA UNIVERSITY MUST HAVE $30,000,000 New York. Nov. 12 Columbia uni versltv is under capilalled to tho ex tent of :itt, iiini. una. according to tho annual report of President Nicholas Murrav Fuller, made public tonight. This Ini go amount mast be added to the resources or the univeislty, it is pointed out, bi-rote the trustees can solve the numerous problems of odu t -itii'ti it 'W pie-sing upon them. c.itts that the institution received d if the year amounted to 1, nr.fi, . the I. it gist being $:(. 2(1 from tin- til.-le of lite late Joseph Pullt.er Stu b tits who received Instructions puntl.eted lli.uat. an tn- ieasc or 2,i''.'2 ov et- i In- pi ev ions yea r. , BOISSEVAIN IS SOMEWHAT IMPROVED as AiikpI, Nov. 1 -Mis tn Milti.-ILiiKt liiM;,sp,uii ,.f N, w York. W t..t W ril!i iill til m! il hopll:. lli'Ttv j,is nt' (ut i v yvo ni ttn!n, n- t'ltl.ltlli; l lit! tl Mt'I.Mli. M;s I'.inst ,mi i ol l.i wlnlo in a (fur tlrllvt i inn suffr;. aiMross s I'luiM- t-hi, 1 1 a u t u 1 1 1 1 1 ha o lnv inail, m an rri'Mt to ;!MMi;!hrM lui MASTER P M SAYS RAIIRE REFUSED TO STOP WHEN SIGNALLED No Report From German For eign Office Is Made Re garding Sinking of Steamer Regina, I V MOSNINO JOURNAL SOCIAL LKAStO MMSt) H1 Mil. Sat in day, .Nov. II (by Wire less to the Associated Tress, via Say vlllc, Nov. 12.) The offn ial report of the commander or the Met man sub marine which sank the P.nlish steam er liow.'iniiiore, on which there were seyeial A inch.', ins. .-.ivs the I'.ovvan- nal to halt, making it necessa i y rm the submarine to rue a few shots In order to bring her In. The Ainei leans on lm. can be learned, consisli ml, as far as d of several negro firemen. No report has been received on the case of the liritish .steamship Ma rina, which with fifty-two Americans in the crew, was sunk h.v a subm.i i ine off the Irish coast. Inasmuch an she was sunk on the sin lay as was the Kovvan more, a report Is expected soon. Three other cases of the sinking of steamships have heen submitted by the American embassy to Ihe foreign office. These, vessi Is were destroyed ill September. No ev iilenec w as pre sented In Ibis coiini i lion to indicate that Cerinany' assurance in regard to the conduct of submarine warfare have not been obsoi veil. I Affidavits obtained by the American I consul at I.ivcipool said the Kowun- mtire attempted to escape, but that the submarine eontinuid to shell her after she stopped. Six Americans on the Marina, which was armed with a 4 7-inch gun, lost their lives. American survivors said under oath that the vessel was torpe doed without warning. potllm blaml still New London, Conn., time of the departure i commercial submarine in run. Nov. I J The .f the Merman Iiculschlainl j was still uncertain tonight. At the j customs: house It was said the manl j Test had not yet been filed, but thai jthls formality, together Willi the Is suance or clearanee papers, would occupy only short time. DAYLIGHT SAVING' PLAN CONSIDERED IBV MMRNINa JOURNAL PriAL LCAfirD WIRt New York, Nov. I "I layligltt sav ing," the plan tried last summer by seyeial oT the rhiropenn nations in- ivolveil In war, when the bands of the clock were advanced one hour, will he j considered at the semi -a n i: tin 1 inect i ln of the American Hallway associa ition in this city next U'eilni sda y, it I was announ.-ed tonight, j A report by Ihe committee on i standard time, headed l y K. 1 1 Tlintii .as, president of the Lehigh Vitllev rail road, will oppose the change, II was said. The committee concludes, it was staled, that "the present sub-division or zone system of diving them is si i entlfically correct and that any change In such stili-dlylsions of time would result In endless confusion and would be disastrous to the railroads," PIE DISTRIBUTION IS NOW BEING PLANNED aRf CIAL CORRtRPONDlNCI lO MORNINS JOURNAL Santa l-'e, Nov. 1-. Already np poiniive ofl'iccs are Is-ing parcelctl I out by those .successful 111 the cl" ! t ion. j It appears iinle certain that II. It. jjlentng. of Albuqiiei ipie, will be given charge or the publicity department oT the stale land oflicc by IjiiiiI Cotn missmner I;. I', i-lrvien. Mi-oige W. Ariui.lo Is to be deputy tax cnlloeloi iimler Nicolas Sena, a republican, i looted on the fusion ticket. Catnillo l'adilla is to he clerk of the district court, by appointment of County Clerk-elect Triuttlad ( '. tie I'.aca. dem ncral I 'a trot inn Lopez, I epnlilican, Is to be deputy sheriff under Shetil'f eleel Celso l.otez, republican. EXPECT AMERICANS TO BE FREED IN JUAREZ ,., -O..IN. JOURNAL .P.C.. L....D ,... I'M Paso, 'I'ev.. Nov. 12.- Army offi- cers who are seeking the release of 1 Hon hi mill Prahan anil Joseph Wil- i liiims two Americans, from the Juav- j cr. jail, annotit I tonight that they j expected the Americans to be freed I tonnniow. Iliahan was a scout for: Meneral Pershing In Mexico. He is i lliargi'd with having been In ihe cm-! .h y of Villa, ami Williams wilh hav-I jug stolen ealtle in his possession. f Albert lleiohl itnolher AttJerican,! who was arrested on a charge of steal- tug cattle, is iixain being held ill the; Chihuahua penitentiary, according to j George llerold. Ills father He was i released by the Carranza officers1 there and 1,-tteV re-arrested. He is saitl to have held a commission in the Vil la army at one time. CARRANZA LOSES TRAIN TO VILLA BANDITS y MORNING JOURNAL SPECIAL LEASED W.RE' FM Paso. Tex., Nov. 12. A Cairan force whi. h was sent from dit r.t t iiahiia City stale capital vvestern f.ulr a troop ti ain atcording Io to Fresno, west of the on the Mexico North ad, w as driven hack and rapt ni ed by Villa for. es. Io a repot t made to uov -gents here tontght. A bridge si between Chihuahua Citv eminent ; was burn anil Fiesito. the repnrt stated Cirtanai soldiers Were f, al'.indoii their liain and refit 'he city. The los,scs arc Is ie been small. and the If d to ' tow aid b'VtJ to 0 p n .5. BY MO RN I NO JOURNAL IRICIAL Lf ASI D WIRIl Newport, It. 1., Nov. 12. An outline, of the duties ami equipment of Hie volunteer boat patrol as an arm of naval defense, is understood to be con tained In a preliminary report for warded to the navy department today by a special hoard appointed to in vestigate the possibilities of these boats for scout iig and other purposes. The special board headed by Hear Ad miral Austin M. Knight has been in session ut the Narragtiiisi tt bay naval station. Among- the duties suggested for the craft are harbor entrance patrol, mine ftcid 'trot, coast patrol. (Ira gginir ...i iioT?esTuspatoii fflty.oali for and attacking siibinnrines, co-operation with the land forces In defetiKO of the naval district. l our Types of limits. Four types of boats are understood to be Included In the board's recom mendation. A boat of the first type must not lie less than forty feet liii length, with a speed of not less than seven knots an hour, and capable of sustaining four men for four days.' This type is to he ci, nipped with on.'! machine gun ami n onc-nounder. The; second typo is of .similar dimensions: and eiiilpment, except that boats tn list ! be capable of a speed of not less than sixteen knots an hour. i 'itiiiincnt i : ii ici'ii . I '.oats oT the tidril type are to lie 'lot lesg than sixty feet In length wi'li a speed of ten knots an hour and cap able of sustaining eight men f .r fiV" days. This type wii; be equipped with; one nut! -aircraft gun, at least tvv ma- chine guns and have a wireless outfit! and searchlight. The fourth type will bo similar except that the speed musti be at least sixteen knots- i n hour, ami! the equipment must lne'.i.le a gun nut j smaller than a three-pounder. In times of peace the board H Fa'1 to recommend that owners of tl:o I bonis serve on their own craft if Ihev I so desire, or not necessarily, who i called into service In times of war ori emergency. Four weeks of prelum--nary training followed by a three1 Weeks cruise each year la proposed. j (ENIZELISTS TO FLOAT LOAN IN AMERICA (BV MORNING JOURNAL SPECIAL LCASEO WIRCl Athens, Nov. II (via London, Nov 12.1 Tin provisional government has decided to float a b'an which will bt placed among Creeks residing ill (he Finted Slabs ami other foreign coim - tries. Ma.lor Clieronlis ami Colonel Konto- rates of (.nit-i ti Sophia's American regiment, have deserted the royal forces to join the Yenizelists at Sa- loiiiki. KA I I IMN NOW IILI.M itv i i:i:t ii (;r vims Lilnk hoi on, (irceee, Nov. 1a (via London, Nov. 12.) The Insurgents have completed the evacuation of Ka terina, leaving the town in the hands of a few French guards. The govern ment troops have recommenced their withdrawal southward, to take up quarters at Pel.-tponne.siis, on the isth mus or Corinth, in compliance with the agreement between the entente and the royalists. AMERICAN FEDERATION CONVENTION MEETS InV MORNING JOURNAL SPFOAL LEAKED WIRE Hallimore, Mil., Nov. 12. More than fiflO delegates, including liritish and Japanese fraternal delegates, are '.'.re for the thirty-sixth annual eon veulion of Ihe American Federation of labor, which will open tomorrow morning. Forty-five stale federations, with an aggregate membership of 2, 071. :!!!, are 'represented. It was generally predicted thai theie will be more contests over ques tions affecting different branches of organized labor than ever before in no II NAVY SHE LIKES IT! ASK any hi changed (1 Ihe !rink lrom harmful coffee to helpful JXSTANT POSTUM whether the a success. he answer (IllCe. VOtl t() llL'lkC - ....... vourelt. Less "nerves." better tem per, clearer complexion- im proved digestion and steadier heart after a trial, demonstrate conclusively that the change from coffee to POSTIWI is a wie move for the whole faniilv. " There's a ! the federation's history. Among the Important eases affect ing the jurisdiction of unions that will come before Ihe federation for settlo- 1 merit, i.s the dispute between the 1'nit ed Carnient Workers of America and the Amalgamated Clothing Workers. ; The failed is the official rcpresenta- 1 live of the clothing workers in the federation, and its president declared tonight that it would make no com promise with the Amalgamated, which i.s si eking recognition. A plan for concerted action by or ganized labor throughout the world i with a view to peace will be discussed. CONCERTED EFFORT FOR JEWISH RIGHTS V HQRHIH1 .mURNAL aRICIAL, LIAIID WIRB' New York, Nov. 1 2. Establishment of a committee of correspondence to communicate with similar committees in Lurupp, so that when the war ends the Jews of the world may bring con certed pressure to bear on tho peace congress for granting of Jewish lights in all nations, was suggested by Oscar :"a.ltj aajaav l'lURakatof t'AaJ1)c'iJ'gi, public service commission, at the an nual convention of the American Jew ish committee here today. The conventiiVn, however, took no action. Jacob If. Schiff pointed out that if would be inadvisable for the j American Jewish committee to act in 1 dcp"iideutly. as there is to be a Jewish Icongnss in Washington soon. Matters relating to the negotiations I for a new treaty of commerce with lltiissia to replace the one abrogated by I'rcsideiit Taft and congress in 1 !M 1. arc being watched elos. ly, tkf cxecut ive committee reported, A fund of $,'uui to continue the work of the army and navy branch of !the Young Men's Hebrew association. ! wa.s subscribed In ten minutes. RUSSIANS COMMENT ON WILSON'S ELECTION . a f MORNINS JOURNAL aRICIAl Lf ABED WlRK' T'etrograi, Nov. 12 ( " p. m., via London.) The Russian newspaipefH ; comment briefly and reservedly on the re-election of President Wilson, j confining themselves in general to the : conclusion that a more decisive for eign policy is as much to be expected under Mr. Wilson as it would have heen under Mr. Hughes. The Novoe Vremyfi looks for a more determined attitude on the part of jthe American government toward sub . marine warfare, "now that President Wilson Is no longer pre-occupiod with ! the political campaign." I It adds: ''American political hls tory shows lhat the president usually 'commits himself to a more definite policy during his second administra tion. President Wilson will not now be bound bv considerations of polili- prudence and will show greater l freedom of action. The victorious candidate cannot help seeing that half j,1(, nr,tlon require from him not so jiniieh pacificism as dignity. He tle- (dared a year ago that he would not j permit piracy, but, busy wdth the election, he has not had time to make ennd this pronouncement, nnd C.cr- many has continued to sink ships at j 'the very shores of America, He now must show that his declaration is not I mere words." SOME HOPE MEXICANS MAY BE REASONABLE -pv MORNINN tmiRNAL RKCIAL tEAREO "' Atlantic City,. N. J Nov. 12. Hope that an agreement on the restoration of amicable relations between Mexico and the 1'nited States might be reached by the American-Mexican joint commission this week, was re vived 1 y a conference today at Phila- ilelphia between Luis Cabrera, chair man of the Mexican commission, and Kafacl Nieto, sub-secretarv of the de partment of finance of Mexico, of which Mr. Cabrera is the chief. It i.s believed that an agreement en tered into by the commissioners for border control may have the effect of I securing a loan for the Carran-'.i env j eminent, allhought II may be .in,-l. This money, it is believed by tho.-.e identified with the American eommis i sion, will place Meneral Carranza in In position to pay troops and enable I Ii i in to conduct a more vigorous ami . effective campaign against the rebel I leaders now threatening the eontin I nation of his power. housewife who has faniilv lahle change has heen mav well m- flic r l-i n. re ... l iHiuy Reason" pu a nncr nr uun; n uujl ur NASTY CALOMEL Salivates! It Makes Yr bicK ana you May Lose a Day's Work, You're bilious, sluggish, ,.nn it.. I iml believe you need vtlo tiling.-.,.,,-.. calomel io suit i your n (i mil el,. , your latvveis. Here's my druggist for a ii guarantee! Ask . SO C'"t bottle f ,,, ! son's Liv er Tone and take a tonight. If it doesn't start your n, , 'and straighten you rig'ht hi ' 'than calomel and wit limit 'nri,jn ' I making you sick I want J0U "r , hack to the store and get your inon," ' ! Take calomel today a.l tr,mri,:, you win ii-ei wcitK ami sick and n:i --Mr -1 -J iajtjjt lose ! spoonful or harmless, vegetal,;,, son's Liver Tone tonight an,! wake 'i, feeling pre at. us fierle.( 'so give it to your rhildrc "iirml,. "iy tun,' It t-iii t salivale, so let tli i,,-i cut an-- tiling aftt'i'vvartls. AZTEC Fuel Company Gallup Lump Gallup Stove Native Wood Sawed & Split Mill Kindling PHONE 251 Bandits Who Looted Train at Lacuna and Executed 23 Carranza Ouards, Are Closely Pursued, IRV H'-.BNINa JOUHNAL SPt' ('liilitiahua City, Mi . t.t Atru vmri .n. i: Villa bandits who loolgd the JI' v Central train at Lagutia station executed Iwenty-nine Cm guards, tieloljif so, lire now in:u ! ! toward San Jlucna Vt til tin, iY.. V.illei, ntar the Amilican e.'.pi'ilitinii-atv- force's oitlposl, it was iinnoiiiio-! at mililary headquarters here b-il.iv. The baiulita are believed tn I f thos in ronimand of Silvestre yii"tn!". who looted the Mallego station la-t week. A cavalry column front tlif Carranza garrison at S.iuz is i iiisiatii, lihe bandits anil driving llicin toward j the American lines. I Meneral Trevino fortnally (lmW i today the report that he inlt'inltil If evacuate the state capital, lie sunl on the contrary, he would l t'lirtui ait'i def.-iiil it to ihe last. Ceii'-ral Tn vino attended the formal dei.n .itiun of Avenida liiilcpeiideiici.i. 111" boulevard here, which was deiliint"! by his brother, Men. Fram -ist-o Tre vino, loday. COLUMBIAN SUNK BY GERMAN SUBMARINE 'BY MojtNINn JOURNAL SPtl.lAI ItA-lOWIOC Paris, Nov, 1 . A winders lt -st-It from Madrid says that it was a hi'r inan submarine which sanl; tlx American stcimship Colunthiiui. mm VILLA FORCE IS MOVING Till PERSHING'S ABM