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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Tuesday, November 14, 1916.
AMERICANS HE OLA WEATHER TH DAKOTA CITY NOil READY 0 Business Men's Bank HELD PRISONERS IS TAKES BAKERY TO LET CONTRACT If VISITS fJORTIIEfifJ BY Oil SUB ROCK MOUNTAINS FOR FREAK LAW FOR PAVEMENT IS T . . Mi 'a Male. OLD rurniturn NF-W f.iwt If h rirh. MI finch n-w r Allhtu J.rtri"Curni ir, I nlmv. tlm w- k 6prtt l.f n ri.rt n.mldl'rrijwft'iw, yutf caniluiluuiul tiiuiitturnuwu watt Lucas VELVO-TONE FINISH For All Woodwork nnd Furnilur Tlilt wmrtt"l't iw ft,. i h limit vn.t. It " riil-i.fl lit'.nh in h i.ifl ! T Try It -n in."--W ' tMl ! Uliii.i With ff ui(. mitt mIugeit "y'Tr:i"T't ,::R1,n'.:;-r. A Never Failing Way to Banish Ugly Hairs (AiilM to lieunty ) No woman Is Immune to superfluous (.nivilh, nil Imm'(ii" ihexe inn likely Id appear nt liny I Imi', II In nl Ihii In lilwitvn have some ililnliiiii) .nuclei handy In hi"' when Hi" occasion arises A paste Is made wit 1 1 10,1110 i.f tin- pow der mill -.liter unil spread upon the l.Hlry surface; In nl.niit 1 minute,, thi" Im carefully r in ii i I iin.l t h r skin wutilinl. Vim will then flut,t Mint hltln ii entirely free from lmlr i.r fuz.. Hp mire, however, to k i rial d, Intone, I'lllllTIIIII H ()MTllll.l. Himtn Nov. 1.1 Mix. !' t r A jM. IJenau, wife of I ho deputy Insur- III O ClimilllllHlllllIT, was npri llll'.I ll.Hl liMliiy fur apprndh His nt SI. Vincent's aitnltarlum. "Goodnight Corns! We UscJGcls-lt!" 3 Drops in 2 Seconds. That's All. "GET'S-IT" Docs the .Rest. Never Fails. "Heally, I never could sen Imw aoma few peoplu use I hi" muni diffi cult anil ).n)tif ul way thev can find I" put rlil (if cnniN. They'll wrap Hu ll" t cr lip with liiiiuliiMi'H Into a .n. huge that fllln thrlr hIhk-h full of 1 I ami lnukcii tonia u jiiinful tliry'vo ttl to Wttllt Hldl'WIIVK ftlnl Wl lllKI" II . thi'lr furi'H. ir 1 1 1 1 y 'ixt Kiln s thai tal 1 1 K lit Int.. tin' Im' unil in.iki' il law li n. I Hnic, oi' tlu-y'll iif" )tnnt-in thnt nuiko tin- c i.riiH lir.li;', nr i li lillil KniiKi. m llicli' rm ii.i iiml tniiki' thp tni M l.lri'.l, I'-imny. Isn't II? "til'.TS IT" In tlln Biiiinli', inmli'i il w'fi'.i'l' I' f"l' riiiliu. Jiml put 'i ilrnpH on. It iliirH Inutantly. Nu piini, fiisn i.r t rou lili-. I'll rorn, cm Hum i.r wait Int'si-iiH mnl roitifii off. Milllium iimii mitlilni.; i'Imi'." "(i I ITS ri"' l hii). I and r r.iiiin'n.l il I'y (Ii'iikkIhIn cvri vw lii'i , l!:.i' a ImiIIIi-, i.r prnt on I'l-i i'lpt i.f pii. i', l.y K. l.H ll'lll'li Hi ('(!,, 'Illi'MKll, III. Hnlil In A ll.iiiii'i i iik in. I r.'.'iuii IdmhIi'.I ii m tlu wm l'I'M l.i'Kl nm ivni rly hy ului'll I m iik I'h, 1 1 iphlmnl I'harninry, llntt'N Ihiik .StmiN, Im1., anil Alvurado l'tinrniury. i mm t&VVif' See the Full Line of This Handy Heat Dis played in Our Window ii: Canned Heat Refills 10c Each iiiiiiiiiiis .-Hi THIS OUTFIT $1.50 OTHERS 50c TO $3.00 Baby Milk Warmer Outfit $2.50 Whitney Hardware Company Distributors for Phone 76 Captain of Steamer Colum bian Tells of Expci icnecs After His Vossrl Was Tor pedoed; Crew Saved, , m.h.. ...-.t .r.n.l .....D W...I ( i.iiiii.i. .'ipain, Nov. I I Mia I'aris. I I'apt I'M ilri'i. U CurliM i'.f tlic Aii.it I. an kI a in, r i "i .1 1 1 1 1 ; 1 1 1. 1 n . w 1 1 1 - li "i -nvi-il lull' with Hii- us, mil in-w i.f the st, iiiiiKhip, ili-ilaii'.l tn a i. pM'- HtntalHf of tlm As'KH'iiitrd I Tips In II.,. liiinian il. nr. i mi' I'-tlt f'.r fix I n s ii ft i r Hi' d s inn tin n i.f M - vm- All nf tho Hill nii'iiiliiTH 'f Hii' lnnil.ian's rrrw wen- i-ai"!, Captain Cllllls Hlati',1. Captain Cintis said Hf CI nm Ida n was Rallied la fi.n- i hi- v.au l.n pi -d.. d and sunk l.y tin' C-I'i. 'I ' t in'iv ivas lift In lifidmatM mi. I tin' captain wn.'i lalu n on la. aid Hie siilnnai in". I 'a pt. A rl hur pal In sun nf tin- I'a it -I 1 1 ilialin r Siatunia sa.N- tli.it 1"' alsi. was a piisiun r on ln.aid II. c l'-l'l f"i I'ltlit da", ilimni,' which linn' li heard the rmis of the sutiiuai im- In actum and alau heard dlHtinitlv tin c idusiiiii of the toipedn which he learned later l.lcu up the Nuirian -hill P.altn, soon iifler whhh Caplain Vi luren of the Nmwi'Cliin cldp I t -dap n 1ii m .t him in I he narrow pi 1. on hoai.i the sulana riiie, wln-i.e tine were li.iiii'.l on the IoIIi.wiiik day ! C;ipalll I 'in lis. M'.ppcd mi ( oniinanil. "Mr ship, ri'Klst"i l at New Vork," said Captain I 'ill t Im to tin' col II spoil ,1 -cut, "cniriiil i caiir.i of almiil H.ntiii I tons, and n crew! of lull, all of whom wen- s.iM'.l. I stopped on Hie com maud of tin- snhinarine, whilst' ci.ln-j iiiiinder oiileroi! nie In abandon ship with thi' crew inimodlat ly, whhh c Old without other lui.:i;ai;o than two satchels with documents and inoni y. "Suhniarine l'-l'l flic at once two torpedoes nt the Coliiinhlan, which sank liniiic.llatoly. 'I'h,. new was left In 1 1 1', limits, while I was taken on I -, t he sulmim inc. w hlch plunged i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 v- aft r I was taken into the small i iii I til iiijimIii'm i 'ii I , I ii , whore I found the captains of the Heatnnii and thi' Pallo. After mo, came Cap tain V c Iiiksi II of the I'orda len. 'The eal.iii was vciy small. II con tained ii little fohliiiK tahh'. n foldin.' , hair and tim e l.unks. Kvcrvtliini! was permeated Willi the od.ir of ben zine. There was no eonim mii-'at Ion with the ot.iior ami the cal.ln was a I""... - ' , da i k . till; h t n ml da v "Wo wire fed In the inortiitii,' with a few innfads of I. lack I, lead, a cup of co. ...a, and a small portion of had I, lilt, r ; at in. oil, with a st w of caiitie.; ,-,,eal ami soup, nml at supper at l'l 1 1' . 1 . o k , with colfee or t a and hlack 1 d with I. utter or maino- lade, tin holll s Hn nt In I his narrow pil'ion wn i' vol V lli and ili:ai'n a hie" Tin' cildalii of llu' su I. ma i nu'. Cap tain Otitis slid, was al. old .".li yours old. while his crew ol I'lTy s.ldolS W . II all vet V ynllllU. A II W ei e II I Hied iii i lolhini4 of :.i.;f y l. alher. isi; " hi' i nm v l;l lll'.s Miitl IN sl I I I Pal is. Now I II. w n eless iliapnleh ft om M oil id s in 1 hat I ti! p. r a ns ri. ,ll the nieilcall : team:. hip t'oluln- l.i a n, w li i. h was r.poi ted In have im p, ilne.l on .,v inl.er s, nrrn ed .'stn da v on lailmi; cssels nt the siiiall port of ( 'amiiiinas. Twenlv-five men front the ,V.,i w er.inn steamship ':ll.i and Iwent;, live froin the Nor wegian Menmcr l-'ordalen, aU.i were taken to C ' '"us on Hie sailni'.; i,,,.,i .a- Oi,.), ii..., . -i'i. f,, ur Tho dispali h has all tlnia' vessels me ro poili'd to lev.. I. ceil sunk hy toipc l,.i's ti.mi a t;, i man sulimariue. A Paris 1 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 lestei'.lay savs the Coliiliil.li.u, Italtn and Pol'dalcn hloi he. n sunk hv a Cciman siihmarlne. The new of the Ci .1 1 1 m I . ia ll was In putted t" have alllMil nt Conttia, Spain, ill ill' heats. Canned Heat Refills 10c Each New Mexico 307 W. Central Ave. CANNED HEAT O i CE. !l HI I Heavy frosts Are Expected in California; Frigid Area Is Extensive; Helena, Mont., 21 Below Zero, lav Monsisa jeunNAL ...rlAL If. In wi.ti rt.ni I'iancisco, Nov III. - Heavy liosts eail i,ii,,.ir.w inoriiinL' and lower t mpi-i 1 1 tt ri s over all Califor nia, weri' prcdlcli'il tonicht hy Hut I nil' d Slates weather bureau here. ''I'lie unusual al inosphei to pressure er the Itocky n.ountains," said As- l''or,et.st"r l.'ee.l, "has eaused i in i n. i L'e oi com air ice; i ;tt western slates. Intense cold, more sevele III the II , . It It I I'll slates, will for--ll.W, "In southern co'intics of California the cold will be more severe toiui-ht than last nicht and the In, si will lie ,,i r, s,otidinly heavier." o,, leconis wile beim; broken to day in the Pacific northwest, W'ash im.'lim. i Heron and Mmitaua report inu unpre, edente( Novemher chills. Twenty -lino ib rrecs below zero at llehna was the imniiniiui lempeni- lllle re, Ol, led. l-'iultn Hint vegetal leu III the San 1 1 1: 1 ' II I II allev. will, Il Wele llalll- ii K i d last nisht, were in for a mole SlWIe lio.-l bile t nil IV II t , III'- iiiidiiii' lo the weallier liineaii, and ilamai;,' In citrus (mils furlliei smith was fi'cly pri-dicled, and piotiitie fins Wele set buiniiie, cully lonlr.ht. MUSI DEFEAT DUI CARS, VENIZE10S DECLARES (V MnHN.na JOUHN.L BP. CI. I LIA.tn Wt.l Paris, Nov. I :i - -The con espon, lent ut Salonikl of the Havasiiremy sends Hie former spi '. Ii ielleicil hy foi iner Premier Vciiixelos. ill pres.'iitinu a flu if to the I'ouilh regiment of 111" Sere.i division, in the presence of all the in i n I Hi r si and icnerals of Hie Viti i.clos Kovoinmont. as well as hirh ol- licciH of the entente alliC'C "I am sine the let'imenl lo which I present this standaid as a lUlllml of the old and new be lory of Hie I l l -hnic nice, will always march In v i. -lory. c inii'd heat om c for all t lie lluU:ars, who.'.,. ; iulnlio, il is In be the Prussians of the I :,i llvn io ," I T IBILII (hiicia Declaies Movement of Ri", Pomes Noi th waul Moirly Means Effoit to Ex terminate Villa, NY MiaOllNa JOURNAL .PIHIAl. IM',,1, WlPf l:l Paso, Tex., Nov. 1 II.-- Andres ilarcia, lnspet lor general nf Catiair.n consulates in the rmlctl Stales, de clared toiiichl that Iho present uiuvo inent of Carraiiza forces into the stittP of Chihuahua had no other .sinnil'l cance than the tleteriuination of t',U' Carr inza iro crniiieiit, to pursue and nveiviniio Villa, ami his bandits. "The rep, ,i in army t in les in l'l Pas,, that these troops were heinit brought north to enforce any demand that might he made for Hi'' with drawal of the American cxpedil iona ry forces from .Mexico is without founda tion," Mr Careia said. "Hefore I left for New Yolk I announced that lhre would be a fore ,,f 11,(1(10 men sent ninth within thirty days, to (rush Villa. Now thai Ihcse troops ate he ing moved into Iho noi l heast et ii zone and, because of the military necessity, the number has been increased, It is being claimed t hal I lie ino cincut has special significance, hut I can deny this eniph. .In ally. TheCarranzi g' ernincnl is raong after Villa Willi suf ficient force tn ovi rcoiue and elimi nate him and hl.s bandit gang." You need never worry about results in baking if you use KC BAKING POWDER It has been a stand by for a quarter of a century. Guaran teed under all pure food laws. OK Ounces for OK fZ m m tr-hr Mian fOun.1 .. tL. t W kW.WH'BLyj.'iBH AmWUZSS2 CARRANZA ARI AGAINST PERSHING Candidates for Presidential Nomination Must Hold Joint Debate in State or Names Cannot Appear on Ballot, IBT MODIINO JOUHNlL .PtClAL I.IA.IO WINU Sioux Kails, H. i., Nov. I 1'iinill- ilatcs fog presidential n Illation will heneefort h have to appear in South liakota to take part in Joint debates or their names, cannot appear on pri mary ballots n tis hi. He, if a primary law enacted last Tuesday under the initiative remains on the statutes nn if! iwn m m m ... P.etitrtiM received ni iho capital to night Indicatp that Hie so . ailed l;i li al.ls primary law was adoplcil by a safe majority. The law divides cm li ,.f Hie partus into "majority" nml ' niinmily" fac tions reiiiirlii that im h faetlon offer , coinpleto set of candidates in the bi ennial primaries. Candidates for nomination for president and govern or tut, st challcnr'e on, another lo joint debate,. Failure to accept n cballein.',; i 1 1 1 1 ,ii in I i, ,i I i stiik, the name of the I -! i i , , , i i , l from the lot. County "proposal men" each faction of each party will ill January of each election ve bal--f ri ,ti i meet r, to propose ca udiilate.i, offi' ial niot'ocs and en instruct party pi. 1 1 I'm ins. The lesull of their work is I lion subinillcd to the voter on the This is the third prim I allot, law has It wa.' ill 1:11:: I ill the leKisla- the vote, line lectr, the been applied hy dire, I adopted under the mil and a substitute was m It'll election. In PH.. turr repealed It. Mr. Pnhards' ap peal a ut onia I icii 1 1 y ri ached the I'nit id States Hilpit'iuc limit, which up held the state supremo court's approv al of the notion of the hrislat ure. SWITCHMEN'S DEMANDS OPEN TO ARBITRATION IBV MO WNI NQ JOURNAL PfCIAl. ItASIO W.HI1 New Vork, Nov. 13. -Arbitration proceedings looking towiid the set tlement nf (lie iloinnnils by the Switchmen's IT,!.-.n o' N,.i!h AiiHii';' on tliirlc'ii railroads , asl of the Mis sissippi river for mi etc lit - hour da and tunc and a hall pav I'm over time, began here to. lav. Miet of tin. evidence heard by the aibitrali a t, board composed of I An n, till. ils, twt men i ('present ing the r on behalf of Hie union, sw Hi limeii. and two riven hy .lames A. Hum, of Puflalo: K. Keid, ol" Chicago; A. P. Manli y, Mulligan City, Im, n'n Tlii-uias Caslien, of Cleveland, said that though tlie men wiv suppos.il 1 1 ol I ', al to wolk tell houis a da;- they rcner ill I X , e e (I e ( I that. Ilerh'-rt lic'le, inlei iialmnal , resident of the union Hie salary of the men had mil vanecd with the rust ol living, said that the switchmen's task tho "most ha.ai dous in rai wink." Plvnii. He,, I, Ma nicy and C;o.h, testified that food prices m home rules had advanced, bill said w as road t heir they admitted Hie nu n w ere pain fur ov n -I im,'. Held said I hat t wo ri ew s in the Chicago P rininal of t lie I tall iuiore ,i ( l ) 1 1 . . i a llm ail, w hero he is oniplnv oil. had win ked fiotn Iv.clvc and one-half lo fifteen hours a day (luring the last half of I ictobcr. Horace 1 taker- general nianagei of the Cincinnati. New Orleans Texas Pacific, said tile com of living alfciT ed both sides. He declared that de mand:! of the switchmen had I o-n re fused because the railroads consid ered the present rates fair and he unise a shorter day would not meet opcratiiiL: conditions as satisfaction; as the pi a sent an augcineitl. TO BE SENT TO MoRNINd JI.UPNAL .PEC.AL ll.H' W.Rf ' ishliigttm. Nov. PI.- Kinal af- w. rangeiiienls for sending Hie collier Caesar, the 'Christinas ship," Willi supplies for war sufferers in Sola, were completed today at conference;, between Secretary of State l.ansinc Assh dant Secretary Phelps. Sc-retarv of the Navy Paniels, liilector l-.rneM P p.il Unell of the Ked Cross, and lor- A inhassailor llenry Morgenthau iiiemhers of Hie Armenian and tin or and Syrian relief committee of New l "H The Pre collier will arrive in im'w mm ember 14, anil is expected to sail about Iho L'Ulh, due tn reicll l.ciim, ntiont a month later. The Syria Cm sar will carry considem my less I'lirgn than otlginally estinuucn. n was said at first I hat she would he ,,i.i., i,, i,k i, bunt 4 linn tons, but it i develop thai her maximum will he about L'.atin. Attempts wero made to ; secure a mure t i.ininodiotis boat but j none was available ' liver $4H(i, miO has been collected as a re: her ult of the war relict ,iavs. i 'rio- I and ll, set apart hy President Wilson for the sufferers m Armenia a ml and Syria. Monov is still coming in il is oossihle' iho total will pass tin- Imlf million mark, only J .Ml.tHMi was needed to fill the Caesar. Uc-arguniellt I (I'llrrril. Washington, Nov. 1 1 te-argu-meut was ordered today by the su premo court of cases testinc the on stitutioiiaiity of Hie Washington. New Vork, New-'Jersey anil Iowa woiking meii's roinpensation laws. Nu dale was set for the rehearing. Option on Mining- I'mla-rty. uita Ke. Nov. t:i.-- W. H. Howard and . li. W hite ,,f HenuiiK have given an onlion on their lead and silver property nt ok's Peak to Paul A 1.. Smith, who have a lead propcrtv near The consideration Is Jl'.n.nOO. 1 ai'M been and It. .orkiug- Hayar.l Slatioa l epol ted to he .l imx.ii law Ai'iin Attai'Uoil. Chicago, Nov, 13. Vile xevotith rail 'road to att.ok tho Ad.unson law ap ' peat rd today when salt for an iniutu--con was fil.J in th I'ntted Stale. dlstri, I coilll .y the t hlvilgo Ni i:.,si- crn Illinois. CHRISTMAS SRIP STRICKEN SYRIA Formal Award Will Be Made When J, A, Laughlin, Whose Bid Was Accepted, Com pletes Arrangements, The Central a.-rniic jiaving project was carried by the count il last night to the stage where the mlitiart nuO he formally awarded to J. I!. I.augh hu of Trinidad, Colo., whose bid foi concreto paving was accepted several weeks ago. Tho coniiact will he en'cred into li the council and Mr. l-iiu:l'lin as soon y i, ompU'ti-.'jji rrapg'.'iuentH lor th,' cisoosal of the holuTs. Tho council last nirht confirm! d a't pt u 'eedin.'s laker by the rilv so fir m the piving matter. This LimiKlit the proceedings to the poitil nt which the contract may he let. The council took this aefion upon the original petition. A new petition had lecn presented but a protest, read to the council last night, caused the council to continue procedure on the original petition. The piotcst contained the names of signers of Hie second pet i linn, who said they were not satisfied with the class of pav ing and asked t tint the council postpone definite action until thiy had time to invest igale. The low pilition was circulated because .d the fact thai two signers of the original petition had attack, ,1 condi tions to their signature. Council took up no other business than the paving matter last nl-ht. ad journing until next .Monday night after (arrving the project as far forward as it could tit that time- Passenger Steamer Sunk Submarine's Torpedo; Peii scope Seen After Shook Occurred, ,Rr Mf.RSIN.1 IOURNAL SPCCIAL CASED WIRt London, Nov. Hi.- Paul P. Haimer the only Ami iic.in on hoard tho Itril-i:-h steamer Arabia, which was sunk hv a submarine November II, in tho Mediterranean, sent the Associated Press the following staleiuenl from Malta : "I ;im aii Atneitcaii iilizen and was a sccniitl cla'-s pa s.' eiiivr on the Ara bia, bnun.l for Maiscillcs. At II:-" ... in , on Hie sixth of November, I was i 1 1 1 1! g on I iie port side of the a ft-r-deck when a tremendous shock to the ship oeeiiriod, immediately lollowt'd I; an explosion. "Tb, io was absolutely no warning whatever, not even one second. II appears i'luui the statements of cer tain passengers whi were on Iho stai boa i .1 side, that immediately lln' saw t he p, i iseope of a submarine ap pear out of the water, abent :no Minis distant on the starboard siib', tlie torpedo was fired. "It was only thanks to the g io, fnr I line of a ca Im sea and t hat i he boat floated evcnlv I'm a considerable time, Hint we are all saved. There was certainly no warning of an; charac ter." Paul I!. 1 him. or is a 1 la i vai d grad uate who has been ncaacd in Young M. n's Christian a;so, i ition work in India. He was returning to, his homo in Cambridge, Mass. The Aialua, acior.'.ing to a state, nieiit issued by the I'.ritish admiralty November X. was sunk without warn ing. All nf Ihv I.'!, passengers and Ibe crew, with lb" exception of trto engineers, wcic saved by a vessel w hu h wcnl I,, the rescue. The cngi in ri si were lolh'd ly the explosion NO RAILROAD PASSES P0R MERE BANKERS IBY MORNlNO JOURNAL SP.CIAL I IStll WlRi Washington, Nov III.- P.ankei s who finance railroads are not entitled to raihoad passes, the Interstate Coni iiicice c o a i i u i -ss 1 1 n to. lav advised New' hian I si I., president of Hie Ann Arbor railroad. M r. l a I had asked w in ther a ruling nl the coin in is: ion in 1 '.' 1 :! icgai .ling the iviiamv of free trans portation npphed lo bankets. The ooiiinils.-.inu hoi. then that it was un lawful for an ml .rsta I e carrier to issue passes to local attorneys and sin gem, s w ho did not devote substan tia'lv all their time to the business of he load. l our .lul l men Secured. St. Joseph, Jin . Nov. 1 a. The first day ,,f ihc resumption in the criminal court Ion of the tiial of Oscar I .MelM'iiel prosecuting- attoiiiev of liiicbanan county, who is charged w il h tlie hiai del ot bis wife, resulted in four eiin. 'men being chosen foi the sp. 'ci ,1 p m.. i i' i vv Inch the jiir.- Will l.e set, -ceil ( olds ausr llrailarlio anil tirip I.AXATlvi: PI'.oMii (M ININK re moves th" i anse. There is only one "P.ronin tiinnine." I:. W. ( ; I ; ,v K'S sigliat ul c is on box. 1' ",,'. Consiantinc (,cts l ull Meal. Paris. Nov . 1 :t Prince Klmi I i ml doff, the Russian minisler to C,rc, , e, gave :i dmnei to King Constantino and members of the roval family at Ath ens tod,,y, savs :, l lavas dispatch from that , itv, w l.h ii adds that all the min isters of the i at. nt,. powers altendol a reception that followed the dinner PI I S , a .HIS iTlAlil UN AMERICAN SAYS NO WINS GIN TRE ARABIA 3JLJI This bank affords tvery facility for the transaction of any banking business. It invites deposits subject to check and extends as liberal accommodations as sound banking will permit. Those having surplus funds lying idle are invited to vail themselves of our Time Certificates of Deposit which yield FOUR TflR CENT INTEREST. Depository for A. T. & S. F. RY. UNITED STATES BRITISH STEAMER rnPTAiM kinrn n inn. imlllu win t a nu niinitiiR ninr -feM- UN h KUHNNur J uii uuuiiiiiii nik. r,w' Prisoner Is Victim of She Pired bv Eimlish Dos -.-v.,1- at German Undersea sel, Is Report, Ves- l, MORNINd JOURNAL SPCelAL LEASED WIRE1 Paltiniore, Md., .Nov. 1 3. Accord mg to inforinalion received by the Johnston hue of this city, ( upturn 1 Pbelan of Hie Itritisli steamer Rowan-; more was killed when a P.rilish dc- slrover shelled the Herman submarine: on which he was taken as a prisoner! after the sinking of his vessel last I month. j The Johnston lino also received in formation that Card. John Mitt hell of I the In.naldsnn line steamer Cahotia.j and ('apt. John Prawn of Iho strainer. Marina, both of which were sunk by submarines, lost their lives, but in what manner was not slated. I is,.:i H ii ( s i oiitaining this inforina lion tame from Liverpool. Previous PerMn ilUpati lies wi re In Ihc effect that the Kowanniot'o Hied to escape fhe attai k of the submarine and the crew tti'd; lo the t.oals, leaving Cap lain Phclan to his fate. It was then that he was made a prisoner oil the Herman submarine. Cable dispat'hes also have stated that Captain Prownc. of the Marina, was drowned when he jumped from the deck of his vessel, missed the small boat and fell into tho sea after the Marina was torpedoed. The Cahotia was sunk (ictobcr L'T According to last cabled reports the two boats in which the captain and ( lew took refuge, are missim;. ALL NIGHT IN SEC0ND GEAR The, little non-stop i.Maxwell lit ', o'clock last night had covered l.nii", miles. That's thiity miles behind schedule because nearly all r.UV th' car was run in s's mill g or to keep the water in the radiator f i om freez ing. Some lime was also lost when Taleiii, the driver on the midnight to li a. in., was arrested for speeding. Hut the nit, tor on Hie car purred just is merrily in front of tho police .sta tion as it would nil the load. Tonight the radiator will be rovrrrd with a hood and with the water in the radi ator at an efficient heat tho lost mile age should he made up by morning. The Miller tires on the wheels look as though tiny had not run over luu miles and only one puncture caused by a large nail, has been ( balked up against them on the record. If tiu don't Hunk il hard work driving these cold nights take a shift Willi Us as observer. We'd be glad to have you. If the little non-stop Maxwell itos.'t't. run aiiotiw-i mile the I'.uPcr Auto company would still he proud of her. ' Mr.RN.K3 JOURNAL rtCAL .A..O WIR. San I'raiici.'.o.i, N ,v , i if',, i ,, ' "I of the votes , ast j l,lM Tlles days election began all ,,v, i Caliior nia early today and tonight, with the task swinging al-.ng rapidly, re ports had leached politic. i li ca , h i ll a r -tors here which would tend lo alter the general :,s ,lt ,,f ihc official can vass. In San I'laiicis.'o. President Wil son's lead was augni, nted by six v otes "tth about one-sixth f thl !.,,,, h., I-counted 1 v t':c hoard of election commission, rs The (minting was watched closely t'V ,'llf, kels. l.,y vols ;,,, expert !.('- ' militants employed hv both the re publican ami democratic state organi zations 1 nofficial reports from other coun ties re ived at pol,,,, -, h. a d. U.I ,'t els ' '"-nig the da; rega oing the ,,-, dnittal i Mount showed in all cas, s Mball gams f,,,- pus; 1, ,,t WiUm SIX VOTES GAINED BY WILSON II FRISCO COUNT AZTEC Fuel Company Gallup Lump Gallup Stove Native Wood Sawed & Split Mill Kindling PHONE 251 GIRLS! 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