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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Thursday, November 16, 1916.
ItNuLANUu UUU THE VOGUE OF Community Plate FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS Whifney Hardware Company SUPPLY MUST B FULLY CONSERVED MARUY ly, IN.Dfc.VON Z'4 IN. ARROW COLLARS IgcU. ch. I ' 0 cts. itlUCTI. PIB00Y A f n , m C . M K !ft AZTEC Fuel Company Gallup Lt'';p Gallup Stove Native Wood Sawed & Split Mill Kindling PHONE 251 ORGANIZATION 0 w SE Ti ,LSlK 2 P" ri'Tlfl. Must ivo Majonty ot All Mcm- ans Clnim tiers; Re Honor for Mann, How Any Woman Can Remove Hairy Growths ( Hi'fmty I 'nit in i. ) It I no lotiKcr necessary fur n wmn KH 10 visit fl beauty specialist In hav. milivrfulunn liuiri removed, fur, with IllH Hill Of H pill I II 1 1 1 1 il 1 1 H H ' pilule, silo run, In I hi privacy of tier nwn hoine, remove pvpii a Htuhhnrn growth In n very few minute. Tim paste Im ih,i. e l,y m I x iittr some wall i' with u 1 1 ( 1 1 luidere( (lelutoiio. This Ih 11 p 1 1- : to h hull nnil nftcr 2 or H m:-. 1 1 removed Mini tin' kui washed, in n It will b( lift ob-iu mill hairless. I.'.: mire you Tiiiy real dolab ie. HUSBAND OF AMERICAN GIRL KILLED IN WAR WV WnHNIN jnilRNAL IPr. H' Philadelphia, Niiv. IP,, old was received here t 1 m y Hint unit vnn In, Hon-ln-liuv of Alfnd i '. Ilar- jjgT till t-lt ' , was killed In iirtliMi nil "tuber 4, wlill- with lil 'U (), li(,.ul any. "Mie N h Von llnlsteln, formerly MImh "il IImi Imoii, Ih 111 this cltv. ('(Hint von Ilnbteln, who Im ii I,i ii t 41 yMr nlil, oiune ci this enitnlry II limit fifteen yea rs nun. lie was in Kitged In the licet sugar Industry In ' 'ullfoi hlii, lav won"' journal apfriAt. Hiiro Wl.il I U ll.-.li I I.H 1 1 .i, Nov I :. Im omplolo I II II vii m-h of til"' Voir III SMi llll ' I ''HI i ''OimrosSIOIIII I ll I Ht I II t M today brought I no i liiuiK' H III tin' unofficial election ii.siilH which would null, ate that I' I 7 I . publicans, ' I 2 delilu, lats, ami SIX of i"icr parti. hlivc heell .holed to the '-l.t. fifth congress. !( pi. SolltutlV'o I 'i I 'f (i UK, oltlilrilinti of the ileinoi i fil lo national ronimittec, slill i l.ilins, how ever, that democrats will' make kiiim i on the final returns In nix or seven of the (lone dlstild.-,, which apparently have elei teil i cpu hca us by st,ll Ii a lolllieH. Speaker Clink alol oilier democratic lelnlei'K Ills,, eonfldetlllv CXpecl (,, in! ilnwn the H publican I . I ii i ii 1 1 1 y l.'cpllllhl'MOS loH fill llcpi eHeiilal l e Woods, hail inati of the repiililican com n, i It ee, insisted I i' 1 1 1 thai the ii 1 1 u I 1 1 1 1 1 m nniloiilit - lly would control the oi ga ni.u I Ion of the house. A speaker, In lie elected, must receive ii majority of Hie house, ir " I H voIch. Although the unofficial -1 hi Tim show the republicans to hi one short of n tniilorlty, they lire counting on the progressive (dieted In Minnesota, (he progressive-rcpuh-! i ii II In Louisiana, nnil the Independ ent III Massachusetts, to vole with t lie in for .lames l(. Mann fr speak, r. 4 .Kill ill rilt-liure,li. "ronicclM of it i cpiihlii an gain vveie npparciil ill the t hii ty-Mecond I'cIicm I . aniii (llntrn't, where the can anH of all 1'lllnhuiKh precincln Inday showed ItepreHeiitiitive I'.andifeld leiolllii; (iiiv Cainphell, hin dcinoclallc oiiiiih nl, hy twelve volea. I m the un official 1)1111 II H Ciilliphell led I'.alcll feld hy nineteen nen. Coiinlry pre i IiicIh Hi 1 1 1 lire to he ciinvas'-ed. Chilli man k'll.nerahl, of the Iioiihc it pproprlal ioiih coin mil lee, nflcr iIIh ciihhIhk Willi iidniliilMtralioii hadeiH toilny philiH fin the ploKlani of the winter hi-knIum. nald rfforl.s would he PiTTiidont of Board of Trade Makes Speech in Parliament Indicating That Loiu! War Is Ahead, B( MfjRNINa jraiNNAi. HPfriAl , (MID Wmi; .London, Nov. I",. - Waller lliuiel. man, prcHidcnt of the hoard of tinde, in pailiamcnt today outlined the e,ov , i niiient'H proi,oal for dealinir w ith the lood problem. 'I'll,, speech of Mr lliinciinan ha, mmii i Ilea nee hfi,I" fiom HH ii t t iiiit ronlcM, :i h KliouitiK that the vov, ininent i lookiiiK foiwaid I', pio- li.lCled 'niHtllillCK allil fliri'M'I'i lh- in- esxHytf tlioTlv "off. iiHiiresTor ifui im the national food supply h :.i' ,-f-I'iclive oi i;,i n ia I ion of national i e soiiiich In a similar manner to thi adopt, , in enemy count riot. Mr. Knnclman, In hi.-i speech, an nounce,) llie Imminent appointment of a food controller with full power OVT all depart ineiilH concerned ill food supplies, and Immediate iiic.isiiiim to lesliict the luxurious line of Kuiiar, to pi event wasle and the inakinK of lai n" profits In potatoes and milk' and for Ii i hi, h linn the inillliiK of pure white flour. He said n l'( t nut the govern ment would ask new powers under the defense of the realm act. to deal with all attempts to exploit puhlii: necessi ties. These measures. Mr. liiinciman ex plained, would In- temporary, hut If they were found Insufficient, It mil-lit lecome necessary lo have resources In f I tick! ts The speech of (he president of the hoard of trade was wi loomed In all parts of Hie limine. Sir I'.dwnnl t'ar Kin, on behalf of the oppoailion, and (ieory.o .1. Waidle, for the laboritcs. acreed that the house uas ready to Kraut the power asked without the. lormalily of a hill. GREAT PICTURE IS HERE FOR TI E UNIT "The Traffickers" Has Had Wonderful Run in Larger Cities and Elicited Enthus iastic Praise From Critics, " A Inch w ill cohi ii l-ill-' iri i ii I at Un lay, played five , a month in I'hil- , in Toledo, tin lllllleen weeks ilayini; to I 7. mill Hie op, nlnu (lay. problem run slMci S, s eel ll set lor ll.epi ;. As proof ol ilie l ion. il read id, St pi, lute II acts. There i' i;eston of Imle elllelldolis wal II especially oun; !'. Ak ,1 I I. FLORENCE MACBETH, CHARMING SOPRANO, REMARKABLE TOUR The i harming coloratura soprano w ho Is to open the I 'oi I uluhl I.V serieH November Is at the hlnh school nudl liiriiim, after sinHinn through Hie opera season an, uiviiiK manv recitals, toitreil Ihn miildle west Willi ureal suc cess duiliii! the slimmer. I'a'nliuiiiti; My "t Hloux 1'alls. Miss Macbeth saiiR almost continuum. Iv thiour:li May and June, and a iniin-l would her of limes in .lulv, so she had pine-) homes Ilea II v no br, she expressed w here season 1 '.! I "The Ttaffick. i menee n two-ilay t'lyslal theater t weeks In New Vol k IMlel,lli,l, two Week Weeks in l,OM Am-, I III Hall Fianelsoo, paid admissions on The plot lire presents : front iny our ila u v hb is. onsl v hav t he 1 1 ps o, i by t hose h lima n 1 1 1 1 1 1 : the value of H is pn w ha t some of the , ,ol iiik mm i cim of the criu 1 1 1 1 sav about: There Is not an nun the whole of the five not the remotest ': ci ncy it offers a i n im? to youiiK ieo til Is liev. Char I, I.. I). In looking at "The Traffickers" films I was most deeply impressed hy Hie human mis-r. Ho- utter helpless ness of the u II I w ho is once "lost," and by the ruthless power of the business organization win, h profits by her loss. I 'ha riot t e I'eikins Hilman. These pictures i , oaj facts which M is i in port 'i nt should be known to Hie l.elii nil public and in a way which (ven the most .sensitive persons could find no sound objection.-- Kev. John llavnes Holmes, pa-dor of Chun h of the Messiah. It struck ine as being- on, of Hie most forceful and intelligent ways of pulling litis teriibl, piobhin before Hie public, and it is handled in the most Judicious manner. I went lather prejudiced ngai ii' I , a ml came away (onvinced of its usefulness. Mr" W illiam K. Vandei bill. Sr. In my opinion, .oiir picture. "The Trufliekers," by public pi esenlat ion, will be valuable in arousing public conscience, as well as warning pos sible victims of the worst of all ci iines. I loll. II, tin .1. 1 laiineiilauni. former special fusistant I'nitcl Slates altorncy general. In "The Traffi, kers" there is noth ing which Is not f.,i lii, I, ling, sombre and wholesome Norman llapgood, editor Harper's Weekly. Fully half the gn Is coinuiilted here now bo happy in their own if your warning to parents was DEMOCRATS HOLD THEIR GAINS Oil OFFICIAL COUNT Canvassed Election Returns From Republican Counties Show No Material Ghana' From First Figures, !BY MOWN, NO JOURNAL SPCCIAL LIAIICO WIPE Santa Fe, X. M., Nov. 1 - ( if l ida I (iguicR on the elect ion received by the secretary of state today from lierna lillo, Taos and Torrance oountii s a, bi rd 4'l.", votes to Hughes' total and 241 to Wilson's ag'-regate. With these taken into account, the vote now stands; Hughes, L' H , 7 ." 7 ; Wilson. XI. 7!n;. a reduction of Wilson's bad from last niehl's figures of I S7 otes ' 'J'h,Ti rvchangva:"" 1" n, , ounty. where no report on the presi dential vote previously had 1 Il re- , eived from eight precincts. Official reiorts now have been rc icie,l from eight counties, Willi 2 precincts. There are twenty of the toiS precin, ts in the state from which no report has been received. Most of them are small and, it is said nor-j in. illy are republican. i For governor- a-1' precincts give: l iirsiim, republican, 2'.i,24i; de Tlai'a, democrat. Htl 4 I 2. For senator, r. SO luecineis .give: Huhbcll, republican, i; S , 7 s : Jones, deniociat, it 2 , -2 V . For congressman, 4"4 precincts Hive: 1 lernaiidez, republican. Sli.lltil; Walton, democrat, L'S.4:il. MANHOOD SUFFRAGE GRANTED IN HOLLAND IBV MO RN I NO IOUBNIL SPICAL LIAbFD WIRti " The Hague, Nov. 1 . "i I via London. I -1 1 y ii nan i moils vole parliament ha passed a resolution providing for the amendment of article Ml of the eun slitution, so Hint 'honoctWth there will be universal manhood suffrage and no plural votes or compulsory vol iny. The sc- disability of women also is remove,! by the resolution. The actual granling of the vole to women, bow- ..t .... iu 1,11 ,h-a:,iil il ,1 1 I ,, II lis noon the oassalie of an electoral bill. 111 " ls ,,H' I er Ol which at present is unlikely. BIG REDUCTION SALE of MILLINERY Thv IIARTLKY SHOP will have ,m s, cial Sale for TODAY and FRIDAY t1u-ir tire stock of TR I M M KD and UXTR .v, i! 1 1 ATS. There will he ( ). L.-TI 1 1 Rh on all stock and in some instances mure as jhe following jirices: to $2f).()0 Hats . $12.00 to $15.00 1 lats $795 S o.OO to S 7.00 Hats One Special Lot of L'ntrimmed Hats at. $1, The BARTLEY Shop M Wot Central Rhone 913. ZJ " HAVE COLORJINYOUR GHEEB Be Better Looking-Takt Olive Tablets If ymr .4: in is , 1, i ik between seasons. As 1 seen by all the mother "ltl falliers il, "I would hardly know whose daiighteis had erred -Hi. I-.. Ill left olf audi Helen Knight, phv sician-in-cnarge made to do 1 'hi Istinas re, in sh could be nway with the ess, so that more 1 1 a iimii ted. nsii bus lliM'i I .him she ga mini i 7 began. If, found here In Austin, where e what has come to he the an nul erl for the purpose of keep- in, that Ft In dicrls i:i(OI AT Mil l Hill 1 l'.ST MIK.IM hlM'KK hughes' minnesota Lead again reduce d lT KflMtM jnuRMAL PtCIAi. IIKim W,RI St. Paul, M Inn , Nov I Ail k, n lilnl Itmivlllo counties tnd. iv tinning In complete official election returns, cut the 1 1 an lies pluialiiy to .: i; , . The totals now arc: WII-oii I ;ti,l I'.i. HuglK'N 1 ?:. 1 1 it. Altken fount V ropoltcd bv tele !ia,li S 7 7 for Wilson mid 1. 1. '4 Im Hughes, n net Wilson gam of 1 I'l,. Henvllle run the Wilson vol,, ftoni 1.1TI til l.llliO, to '.'.4:12. and cut llu lies f r, m Itiilbh rs t onfer o Washington, Nov 1 '. 1I('B of the loweai bob i n, Il type Included In lini v I in 1 HI 1 11 k pi' a 1 fereio several lion, h 0 . lililels, 'rpn'sctita . or shl ps o' Ine big 1!H . l, , e In c n ida w Ii h I ietm i in 11 f-lH mid other navy ! p., -lueiil offb tills. While llo coin'' Islon Via- 1 culled lis to the pi 'c 01 the coiiliuctH for fifty three ff , b. which now me p ending. Mi later he wuk b,,,eflll I men 1 w it Inn 11 ,1a or t w , 111, hie I1I111 tc make t he collfl e, (. Wl p,i row . '4' tl, la .11 a which v 1 w in ,b. 1 id , said oild The A Growing Custom! Tlie I'll ,' M.!K -llls ;i'l nic.iK .nici n . nl 1, 1 the ta L'l 1 Wit .ll'llic; .Ic al ; in 11 In din's. Il P.. .til . tips lieli liclu 1, HIS llicv like cntiri' mil 1 -uncut atbl liarlt-y, ilije am! is inr. i i ! 1 1 i n ., :nl t;i 1 1 :i 1 111 ! cs . 1 1 as utii'ii w 11 nla ('hai lesion, W. V11 , Nov. 1 r,. - - Klein -nig W. Aldelson and T. K A. Null, both democrats, who. on the face ol unol'ficiiil returns were defeated for congress la the Third and Fourth ills in, Is. 1 1 siiectivelv. bine asked Ilia! 1 ie,i, unts be made In ee'rtaln counties 'of both districts, iii'ouiiliujf. lo infiii -' Illation today. Notice of contests have j already he, n filed in I he counties uf j f I Null was defeated by II. 11 1 V ii'. Woo, hard, while Aiders,, 11 lost to Stiu, 1 1 F. bee, I. demand for a recount of the hal I lots , asl in Cabell county for candi I dab s on both the ib inocriil ic and re j pi, hip an tickets for presidential elecl jots and I lilted States senator, was I made bite to, lav by attorneys repic j.'iciiting the republican county com 1 liutlee, The lecoilnt probably will I shut lonioiiow. us tlui county com ! inissiiio, 1 s i 'c,'t. the official 1 ulivass I to hiie been complete, 1 by that lime, j I!, 'polls that judicial impnrlt's are id, he Instituted 111 Marion, Cabell. Logan and W ebsler counties, into al leged elolimi (lauds, checked all dis ciision of the proposed ext raoi dlnary session ol' the nl 11 to legislature today and the opinion was expressed at the c 'pil, 'I that nothing would be done fin ,-eM'ial davs in connection with the all. iloienior Hatfield refuned to bs. iiss the matter. A Hie ,'ttu'e ol tbe ieoieliy of l .le 11 win slated that no official re ii ins had been nceised and none was 1 I'ot, ,1 bet, ire tomorrow. Houston I. ,uihg, , hlcf clerk there, who also ias hi en elected secretary of stale, said il piobably would be a week In fol, all aic 111. I'icviolly elections it has lie. 11 imp,,, slid,, for week?, to get returns. He said Dial the starting of Judicial ui'iuii ics, however. Would re sult l,. Hut!,, 1 ,, .,v and that (he coni pleie let urns lioin West Virginia, inht not be known boloic .laniiary 1, next. oung singer of city, in New York for sillily. Tills is one of the loveliest uses to which the singer puts her ex,iilsile art, and 1 Hint It Is appreciated is proven from the fa,l thai till one concert brings i enough lo accomplish the education of Miss I ! , ,bei tson . Follow ing- this I Miss Macbeth returned to New York, where she spent a week making rec ords for the Columbia phonograph. Miss Ma, belli returned to the mid dle west 1 1 1 finish her tour and opened the second half of il in the week be ing ibwdod to the Minnesota slate convention, Vi"l,l .lime 1!7, 2H, she giving the last program In Hi" form of a song recital The first week of July j found her in Mankato. the city of her I birth, and hero she gave one of the ! finest recitals of Hie series, she spent 'a sluut vacation In St. I'anl. where 1 Hie New York Magdalen Home, j 1 consider Hie pi eselltat loll of "The Traffickers" a public benefaction and ko vastly superior to all other pictures i of its kind that thnrc Is no eoinpari- l Wheeler Wilcox. son. eat moral I, -01 New York "A gr Times. "I leinonsl rales lurking dangers I" ulrls." -- New York 1 1 era Id. " An ohiect lesson to everyone." - Fhiladelphiu Herord. "A remarkable picture."- Philadel phia Norlh American. "It offers a tremendous warning especially to young girls" - San Fran cisco Fxaininor. she tie i;l' 01 M olti'l t;i i in i; v .1. ii 1 it 1 -1 ,,lici H .1 w! IV (I'll'. .at 'v. K 1 1 its i!aii la'ilo ration ml'l hi' Grape-Nuts "There's a Reason" was la ishly entertained. ie 1ms lieen engaged to sing with Chicago (ipera association under niupunliil, the first of which will he "1 1 1 1 h c I la . " l'crhnps the most Import ant new role for her will he tlui i "Forest lllrd" In a1! the "Slenfrlod" I pel loi inances, w ith a cast of the great est liv ing Wagnerian inlei i'etcrs. She ; will also sing "Micaela" III "Ciirmon." and her old parts will he the I loll in ' 'bales of Hoffmann," I.ueln, (lilda and M Igiion. She hestan her conceit tour October 1 and w ill go as far as the l';o iflc const, where she will have four con certs under the direction of F. j Heliy met-, appearing on the way with jibe rvnver orchestra an, I with the ! M iniienpollH orchestra. There are mi' less titan twenty -two concerts hooked 'already, and following the opera n jlicaian e she will probably inak the southern tour. She has been trying to at tango for a New York recital, hut jtlte 1 ail for out of town Is no strong Ithal she can not take the lime to break into the engageiueiils Hs they I hav e been arranged. i M'ns Ma, belh has received the j third call to Liverpool, and she feels j .1 very strong desire to comply with j Hie ic litest. The engagement offer- cl her arc flattering ones which, if 1 j sin- goes, the singer will supplement' by going through the hospitals audi I lending ev ery aid within her power to i benefit those win, are sick and wound-1 j e,l. she feels grateful to KiiRland fori 'the way it manifested appreciation j 'and Interest In her aclivlie in the' very earliest days of her career. Sir Sum Siivs (inodhy. (iitawa. (int.. Nov. 1',. Sir Sam Hughes, former minister of niililia for I Canada, today paid a visit to the iitili ' Ha department and took leave of his I former associates, t'nlil a new mmis- t. r Is named, F I'.. Md 'urdv, parlia I mentary secretary of the department will he in charge of the war office. GUARDSMEN HI DEMI SHIVER II COLD ill) Fteehobl. N. .1.. Nov. 1.', An older , ailing lor 11 recount of the vote east I to 1 epreseiitat 1 v e lit t oneless rid 111 Hie Thud dlstrnt of , vv .letsev wasi cbl.iincl in siipieine 1011H lieic to, lav ppli, nl 1011 for Charter. bv Thomas .1. Scully, the demo tatic Santa Fe, Nov, 1 The 1'etrodetit cm. labile, w ho vv as ,1.1 ta 1 ,, by el, v r n 1 com pa n v 1 01 la v filed a c, rt i I lea t r wit h vi, I. s bv Kobcil Catsoii, the i epu hi I - t he stale corporation coiiuolssinn upon tbe face of offii-ui! 1 changing its New Mexico place of 'iniairon to Santa Fe Francis C. Wilson ,n noiinnee. tines. Th, e ta tint ics (list 1 let ,f Middlesex is eon, p osed of I business front appointing M. mm, ni!)i 1 and I'd 1 n, I statutory as lit. 1 Sis let) III, l'l JsU'llI, Sola Kc, Nov. la Hutil.i'nst.i de libit las of Clan! i.ouitv. today filed 111 Holt pa pels Willi Hie static Sot icil.id Hiiiley, an Ian a - I 01 pot I KihdIiI I'lici- fin- Merino. , Si.ln.y. N S v., Nov. la (Via j London. ,,v IIS 1 it-easy lneilno ooi 10, lay or, 1111:111 (lie rtconl price of :'T pcia f, S t.mhnigs. 1 1, on m 1 V f (In llo Imialors. is 1,1! V ngt nt He Is also i gi ! h, r w 11 h Ma 1 ta no I I Vimitgiu i iiiul Malt elm llugln s. one allied statu dltectto, t,l Lope?, tails 1UI Vadvl. To 4'iui- 1 lil in One liiv. 'lake 1.AX VTIVK lUiuMO yl'IMNK Tablets. I i ugists refund money tf II falls to cure l :. W. (1 It! 1 iiatuie l on i-avli Imx. 20c. i Men From Soutliern Slates Find lliiih Altitude Too Chilly for Comfort; Many Are Deserting. IrV MORN I NA i -lURNAL IPICIAI. llr WiRI lieining. X. M ., Nov. Ki - The fourth seimrale brigade, which left here on a practice march culminating In ma neuvers at Fort I'.iiyard, is badly dis organized ns the result of the extreme cidd to yvhi, h the men have been sub jected and on account of si, kness and desertions, according to reports re ceived here tonight from Fort llayard. The death from spinal meningitis of Corporal Hunt of. Company I, First Arkansas infantry, who recently join -e,l his regiment after being 011 duty at Hatesville. Ark., has caused consider able alarm in the camp. Five men ate also dangerously ill with pneumonia. IVsertcrs, unable to endure longer the intense cold of the high altitudes, have been arriving here singly and in s, iiads since last night, ('apt, John C. I'egrani. in temporary command of Camp Peniing during the absence of the troops, said tonight that he had been advised of 14T, desertions. The brigade, it is learned here, is (in Its way back, cutting short the maneuvers, and en.ampcd tonight at Aapache Te.lo, four miles from While water. The remains of Corporal Hunt were boned In the cemetery at I'ott l'.ay aid. Medical authorities at the bus: hospital said they did not believe there was uiiv danger of an epidemic No new cases Farly in the present year Premier Curt Vander Linden of The Nether lands, introduced a bill in parliament under the provisions of which the con stitutional obstacles ill tile way of women's rights to vote would be re moved. The bill also included a pro vision gr. tug women the 11 lit to he eh 1 te, to oil', e. GOVERNMENT TO DEFEND 8-HOUR fi r, nee cominiltce. Mr. Is o is-in d a- statement :.t the end of the commit-! lee's three-day seciel session oxplaiil- ing the railroads' program in their' f:;:hl against the law. The si.iteiueiit ! follows: ! I (.iiii-tioim involve,!. j tt ycttr s i : 1 ii is y 1 1 1 , 1 w Cdmpl-s' j 'Two uueslions ar, imi.lv. d in .. pall"! - -lollKm- C0.U0I aiittir , -. appeal l,v the railroads to the curt. ; '' ll'u'1' a ta tc in .,tir men:!; , lo, lii'H "U the A.la.u'soi. law: ' :'f ' "''T,""' kvll"-"-J',' "ul. li "I- Is the law con.attutioiiai? ! OI'v' V , 'I , , 1 .fit ,sco,k:,u,,.,1, what does1 "'aias OLvo TaMm-a : . ft it tito I, r caloin, 1-vM-re nm.r-ol , " , , . J Dr. lalwar.ls alter 17 yeas u ill "' "s1,l;'vi: V1 ? wild Ins pa.icnK. 1 " 1 niineiil ant horities that the law is; .. ... . , r,. . , 'i. I .dvv.iri s Olive Ta ilrlq tf 1 uiicoiisliliitiona and here are con- I . . . . ,, J aaiits art Hiding opinions as to how oust it nl 1, 111a i, sliouiu t,e a piiiicu. ,!:..,! t t , , . . t ,1 . "Therefore, the railroads must, tin; q-,. 1, .;,.. , ,:, 1. , 1 ,. . y o- v v,t ,0 , jiioi. vll. HJ r;. ; cliil'iln " "1 ilays y.'ii ii 1 ti st (ii-i at llii'ci:;.' 1 . , - , 1- . . it. ivtwariK 1 n 1 ,i;. h an nr e are con- ''live jaaicts jre J '. , , .' purely vegetable cmiponn,! inix,,l a j ,. , ' ii'ln ciiil. i tut will know lluai by 1! f matter of duly, ask th, eouits if Ihc ngn ss. 11 is a duly ihey owe, not alone to ovviieis of ese pro,' Hies, 1 si I a Iso t, : 11 ..1,, , . iv ci ami laivvcis nhc i :il"iiic vet f the public that provides the revenues. no ilaiper, ats after eff, rt:. LI II COURTS lany Suits Arc Filed in Dif feient Parts of Country At tacking Constitutionality of Measure, lor Hie pavment of ttiiK.-x. Tlicv ' tart the bile ami fiv;'rcnmf tt: To Clear l'p Meaning. 1 slipal i, m. That's why iiiillicm 4 ! j "If the law is declared constitution-! are soli! annually at lllc ami J'c p.r al. it is expected that the courts will LnX All llrtlV,m-i. 'lake nllr ,'T J make clear its 111, a nil)!.', and the lail- ln't;hliy ami hub-' the pKabillg fesuls. . loads, it is niinei cssarv to say, will ' , 1'ailhfullv follow the insl 1 net ions of tl,,. cults. j nt con. in, i:n- a,, to . s 1 "In the bringing "f suits tin, lunhoiit ! IT.ivi Mty of Virginia. I-.--, the country, the railroads have no ,!-- I 11:11 ' ' -- Ml-. M...l siie to delay action or to resort to,1'-' '1 ' ' -'ate uoim. ! :.t 1, ehnicalilies. 'I'he railroads a re a nx - . ' ' '''"" In r fan 1 ions to have a speedy decision on thei " point, at is-,:,.. These s.pa rate suns ! ,. ' 1 1 I I : 1 ll the Flection , ,. , , I Last Las Vegas, N,,v. !'re necessary to iiroteet the in, liva In.-, ( ,.,, ,.;.,,,,. ,.,.,,, , , loads. A llll'-'le suit V.ollhl pl'ot,(t ,iiy ,, ,U. proa.ate , -let k. it I,'.. 1 the individual road onlv in llie piin- appear Hial a laige iioinlnr ,,! 1 I'hial in 1 i: 1 . t i on in which the lest ' I'tii coaides wait. .1 iiulil i-f.T case was broiigbl and would leave all , I mails sul'ii et lo prosecution in other Jurisdieiim,,.. ! sin. Miguel Courl el Witt "'llie railinnds hav cliosi n whal Last Las Vegas, N..v.. '. - " seems to be llie ...hoilesl and most j !.;eiiff' office is .iv sinni practical method of reaching .,n eai !y ' ,",ir, iio'ii for th" i.-nnul :anl 1 decision, and, in the iue: 11 1 i me avoid- i .iui'i'-s which will sil here lo-xt v 0, nniiioi ,.(. ,. ,.t i, .. I , . 1 1 1 1 ; i 1 he fall ! nil of llie Sin .' 1 - . , suits- i "The railroads en rnesl ly desire to lake the 1 ight road, and it is for this ' 1 1 as, ,11 Ha t they have ask, d the courts fol light to show them the road." 1 Hon 1, ' ma 1 i l IIIOII v. embark on tie- V MnKNlNtt JOt, AN A .. I.IDiL LVAaio wonci W ashinglon. Nov. If.. - Suits by railroads attacking the const it ut to 11 -alilv- of the eighl-hour railroad law weic begun today In many purls of the country and the depart incut of justice plans I,, defend them. No offer yet has been made by the railroads lo settle llie ,tiest;oii by on, test case. It was stated officially that Attmney lirtteral Crcgoiy has tioob' no i.;i, h proposition lo Hie railroads, and the department is planning to contest each suit as it comes up for hearing. Assistant Altorncy (bncral I'ndcrwooil will have direct charge of the govcrnmeiil's defense and Frank llagerinan of Kansas City. Mo., has ben retained to assist bun. Mr. 'n dervvood expects to appear personally in most of the cases, Out their num ber may make it necessary loeniplov other special counsel. The Attorney Ceneral and Solicitor Havts have been in coiif.-i ciiee with Mr. I'nderwood f re,iienl Iv since Hie fust suits wi 10 filed -nd the B.....;.. hues of defense have been laid. In form, ilion so f;,,. reaching the depart ment shows that the railroads has. their I'lav, rs fot temporary restrain ing orders against the law becoinin; effective on the ground that it is 11:1 constitutional and iiuapable of en -for, em. nt. 'I'll,, government w ill r, -sist those content ions and assert that , oiigress has ample power to etia such legislation. '' lilo'l by railroads adjust the feilotal government to test Die consti tiitionahtv of th,. Adams, ,n eight-hour law also are expected to iwt.lt in the interpretation of the statute if it be t'l'hebl. Hie railroad manages com prising the naUi'iial eonf, ren. e coiu nnttee of raili ...ids announced in a statement here tonight. Suits ib-siciici to t. st tile v.ih.lilv of the law and lo 1, sir,, in tl,,. govern ment from pulling into eli'eci vv . re '''lei in this tit x today by the New V01 k Central and Frio railroads. Similar suits are to be brought vvilhin the next few days by each rail road in the country in , of the fed- ral district it traverses, according to Fhsha L. Lee. rhan man of the con- unty court. 1 1 Suljj-lof spinal niemiiigit is were reported filay. 11 r r PRLA GRIPPE LOUISVILLE MAN WEDS MILLIONAIRE WIDOW BY MORS'INQ JOURNAL SPECIAL IEASEP WIPE ' New York. Nov . I .V - .Mrs. Mary Lily Flagler, widow of lb ni.v M. Flag ler, one of the orga nizei-s ,,f th,. , Stan, lard (Ml coiupanv-, was married i here today to form, r .ludge Uol.er; W. Ilitigh.'.ii. of Liiu-vili,,. Ky. The wedding tool; ph,, e ;, 1 lie home of Mr. and Mrs. Pembroke Junes, t)lr. Lev. 1 if. 1 ieorge Morgan Wa i d. rector , OC the Flagler chapel at palm l' ai h, ! oil join! ijug. ( in iv no in., is ,,r t),,. im-j mediate family nlteinlcd. j The engagement of the couple was 1 ATI , ip, ,w,',.,;wvfjPt M r.i innoiineed here Nov ember 5, and was I Wfy&fy&'Mif? t V '"' '"sul' " ti i'it'lsbip of more ! fwfn(lll.f :han twenty years siamlmg. renewed '; K$fi&fflJ&4. fJr? it a house party last year. They firs! j " 4i svm. Krumbles isths first breakfast food that gives you all ths food value of whole il; j, wheat, plus a f mosi sanstj- ing flavor. 10c Look for this signature iri-MBHTW! 'J . Il All Wliril 1 J ! RcsdytoE I 5 "WEUS 8RfK-llP-A. 1 C010 TASUTS' "'(jlh TtT trX-M 8 figiT"1! I nil x till i,iwj m . -- -s. I llkt4.Mli, i 1 1 HMJIL Vl ftsss oV. A W.i.ri'-'iii;; " 1 with their strong traction tread gi you a sure grip on the road. The Price Is Less than that of the plain tread stylesof several other standard tires. 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