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Monday, November 20, 1916. Thursday, November 23, 1916.
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"St Jacobs nil" in n harm lee rheumatism liniment which never disappoints und CM not burn the skin Limber up I guit complaining! Oct n small trial bottle Of (, M, honest .Iin'nliK (ill" nt any drug store, anil In just a moment you'll be fro from rheumatilc pain, soreness and stiff mim. Don't gutter! Relief awaits you "Hi. Jacobs "ii" iH iiihi a good f t ni'i.iti' n, neuralgia, lumbago, back ni i,c, pralna, Wage liiona-a XnnniiiNcd. TOUngStoWn, Ohio, NOV. II The Republic ton and Steel company and Um Brier mil Bteel company of Ihli city, imiiniiiK mora then 11,000 iin n announced n Hi per i ml wfo increase today, following lh. III per r, hi announced last night by the United states Mteel corporation, The Youngstown Shoot ami Tube company employ 10,001 men, tnd in expected in front H similar advance Children Grape RUB RHEUMATIC ACHING .101 litis tlclicimis food i made frooj wluile wheal wwJ malted btrtey scientifically talked man) hours to a bigli degree oi di gestibilit) . Ii provides, in concentrated form, rite elements of notuiltmeni so itecesaart for Ituikling active, growing hodwi and brains, .mil the kiddie reallj like Qrape-Ntiti iln need ii" nitjiiii; "There's a Accessories lues Price 75c r 25th, All Dav 1 1 1 IS HINTED HI I Attorney on r Alleged Charged for An- rial r Slaying of Wife, With Infatuation other Woman, T MOfcNINO JOURNAL II IAL Wlffffl St. Joseph, Mo., Ni i!2. An im portant pari of (ho state's ease no) m i presented against Prooooutor Os ear ii McDanlol, tonight hangs In the balance of lose! decision to bs mini,' tomorrow by Judge Thomas f Ryan. Tho prosecutor declared today that through evidence yol to bo oiduced, the state win attempt to prove motive for the murdei of lira, Marriott Hon McDanlol, "Phi testimony, Attorney General Barker mi id In hi argument, ai to it" admlaeabltRy, after the Jury had boon taken from tho couri room, win show Mi' Me Daniel had oonotdorod obtain Ing n divorce from her hueband, thai he had knowledge of certain alleged misdeeds by Mr MtcDonlel us prose ruttng attorney, and that ho had boon mi ituated with other woman. Motive for Murder Hinted. The iiini wag ralaed whon tho etate oalled K. . Hartley, head of i local detective agency, im witness. "Did Mm, MeDenlel ever visit your agency?" Hartley woe aikod, "TOO, shortly before she WU mur den ,1 " the detective replied, "What wiib the purpnse of her visit "" judge ' e strop of tho dofonoo ob lectod to tins question and tho Jury a ,', removed from tho court room during the argument, which oonttttuod until adjournment. The itate attempted today to de velop further toatlmony concerning n ron in eald to have boon hoard from Hi,' McDantel home before u o'clock the night of the murder, Mr. Wil helmlne Hermann, whoae bedroom window were leee than fifty foot from the homo, declared he hoard "ter rible ocream" he thought ihe recog nixed "oj the voice nr Mrs. McDanrel." Mrs Hermann almool collapsed dur im: the 1 tou examination and wae re moved to her home In an ambulance. Judge Ry n annount od In coui t h bad boon Informed one of his ruling had been hissed and that e repetition would draw fine for contempt or court. Thrive on - Nuts ' sdaiiy ration Reason" C MURDER MOTIVE IN PROSECUTION ADAMS0N LAW IS DECLARED VOID BY HOOK; TO APPEAL CASE ' n 1 1 1 1 . J I rm Cnr" ln point Mr siinl that in aono ipmr- tora it wai thought thai perhape one or two additional trt caow vhould i" iiioiiniii to afford n wldor range of Inquiry and anaiyeto, Tho Mknourl, Oklahoma and Qulf railroad Im in the hanu or receiver and the receiver could 1o only im dtfOctOd b) Judgl Monk, who baa tho final nay In tho direction or tho roniin affair. Mr. Dunlgp said that certain additional fine phojo of law miniit develop m ii cage where the complainant era Independent Before fudge Pol lock, The eaoo or the oatt Vr in achoduled to com up before Judge Pollock in thi' FJnltea Mate diotiict court in Kanoai t'ity, Kiuih.. tomor row, There wo mucn mtcrcsi a to vhiit effect, If any, .IiiiIkc Hook' do- oloion would have on tins mm One result of the proceeding In Judge Hookj' court wns the i llnilna- Ltonokf Hi, Tin, mi chairman of Kan- h:is a defendant to the actton, I tod State District Attorney PTancl M wiison remained tho only defendant, Hue, i ion to Recetvem, jpdgo Monk directed the receiver ,,f ii,,' Mlwoim. Oklahom gnd Oulf railroad, who brought the original aotlon ui this caae to enjoin the law from oolng Into effect, to assist the Koverntnent In expeilltltiK the COM to the tupremi art or the United slates for finnj decision and Inotruct edd them through their attorney to Invite the representative or every railroad In this country lo partici pate in the hearing heroic the high eel court in the hind. This was re quested In the government' motion to d lam lie the injunction petition of tho railroad, the government iiesir Ing to avoid prolonged, unnecessary and scattered litigation through the hearing of counties similar suits filed by every rail system In every r,,i, nil district iu the United State through which their lines run. . it is expected thai the ultimate de cision us to whether Ihe law will go inio effect January 1, win bo handed down before that time, a transcript 'r tho present case will bo filed at the supreme couri before it recon- cues l locombor 4, Tct of Decree, Tin- icxt or Judge Hook's decree follows "Thiols SB independent suit to en- !"in the enforcement or a recent net or congress, commonly colled tho A1 amson law. upon the ground that it i contrary to the constitution, in the , inn. n tcr or the averment, the plain tiffs bill of complaint Is stated to lie typical ,r number recently filed by railroad companle in various district COUrtS of the United Slates. A motion to iIimiiNs lias been presented on he half of the defendant, United state. district attorney The sole question raised by it is thai or tho constitution ality of the law The i oufl I Inform ed that the other cases stand on ap plications for temporary Injunctions, "An appeal from an order grantlnf or refusing temporary Injunction goes to the circuit court of appeals and not further by ordinary proced ure, while an appeal from a final or ,ii r or decree In such s case would direct to the supreme court or the United si. iics. The former decision would he inconclusive; in the latter a decision would settle definitely the question for the whole country, "The motion to dismiss the case hero, however, it Is decided, will le- ult promptly In a final decree from winch an appeal will be taken to tho upreme court. "The assistance of this court has been n oked to facilitate a final ami authoritative determination of the Oonitttutlonal question, The case was presented but yesterday and a decis ion is ex ted today. It I far from being agreeable duty for a Judge to record R ludlctal conclusion without the care and deliberation essential to i conviction that he would stand to in every circumstance. Upon the merits of case the government m it her asks nor receive from s court greater consideration than is required by the Settled rules and presumptions ,,f law but roquOll by the department ,,r uitlce to ui'i the progress or a a case onsistrntly with the lights Of ever one cannot bO declined, certain ly not for personal consideration, t aw oi Sustained, "Upon a consideration of the Ad- am son law and or what is said of its practical effect and what was intend ed to be accomplished by it. the Judf- monl I thai as the court construes the terms of the law, It cannot be sustain ed. Since both parties have said they would u"i i lead further, whatever the decision might tie, decree will be en lerci for ihe plaintiff, reciting thai tin defendant prays and lo allowed an appeal In en open court. The case in wht' h ihe pleintlffa were appointed receiver is In charge or the Judge who la acting here! An orddj wMI be entered In that c.ise. directum plain tiffs and their i tool to co-operate with the department of Justiao In lodg ing the appeal in the supreme COUrt bv December 4, next, and In then moving for the advancement there, ,t mr such earlj hearing us that court mas f tint it , in sistent to grant . also I,, unite counsel for all railroad com panies and others similarly Interested in the queatlon Involved to participate in Lhe repreaentatlon f the motion to advance and in tho arguments on the merit as fully us though their client were parties to this litigation. Though the decree ,,r the court in the case here will be final iu form, yet. because r Mi.A exceptional circum atancea the plaintiff Will he directed 10 keep their nee, nulls and he prepai , , promptly tO pay their employes on the baste of the adamoon by, should ii,,. ,ie. roe be not sustained.' KVNTA II ROAD M w MARK RKAJi H BT . sl Washington, N'ov M Attorney i i, rial Gregory and lawyers speaK - j inn i, a- iu oat of the important um- . t I id system of the country wore in ngth) conference today hut latieo to igree on terms ny wnien one oi , in mi railroad aults attacking the 1 th ,1 i in 4, ni i,l m leht he made a test , and expedited to the supreme court j fOI in eat Iv ilc ision on us cwmi- tutlohsllt) p.. ui, tin- attorne) general ami the railroad eounoel declined to name the point of disagreement, hut it was un derstood Ihii both partus still are of the opinion that a test ease should he had and that tlie nmln ipiestion is iu Mdtettng the particular oao The rogferences will he rooiiSked tomor tow The department of Juatlc i- laid lo have Instated that the case of the Missouri. Oklahoma and Gttlf, in which Federal Judge Rook In Kan aa t'it lodai held the Adamoon law niicom.titiitioii.il. should he made th, test eaoo. The railroad attorneys, however were tint eopvinced tin is- u.-s presented in it are sugfielentlv In.. ad lo cover all points thai might be developed against the A do moon a, t in a case involving a mu, h aVgNM 0 FALKENHAYN .INS VICT Terrific Battle Is Fought and Defending Forces Crushed by Artillery and Pursued by Cavalry, - JOURKAt ' i-rrtai ( pAtVD V1)II llerhn, Tuesday. Nov. 21 tby Wire less lo Sayvllle. Nov. 12.) After a long silence, imposed by the direct wish of Oeneral von Kalkenh.i vn, who did not wish tO have .my hopes raised iiy prematura accounts of hi opera tions, deociipttons of the momentous Victory of the Teutonic forces in the bottle of Ttrgujtultj, which broke the resistance of the Rueso-Rumanian ariules in western WallochlS and opened the way to the Rumanian plain, now are avnilahle The battle was fought from Kovomber I to Id, after the Aust ro-II mi" l Ian and i h i tnan forces, In a week or steady iiunliiitH had forced thiir nay from the summits of the mniiu'nlna on the Rumanlan-Transylvanlan frontier of the Alpine regions, mnsterins the ar mored turrets or the permanent fron tier fortifications with big mortar and breaking the Rumanian resist ance wherever it was encountered. Held striiiijj Positions. RJectod from rhe wild, mountolnoua regions to the Foiling foothills be yond, thi Rumanians, who by now. had received heavy Russian reinforce ments, elected to stand on Ihe ratine id hills running east and wool and lyttiK south or Ttrgujlutlj, the find Im portant town south of the mountain, The poeltlon was naturall) strong and a heavy foR enabled the Ruman ian to take up their position unmo lested by thO pursuers. The Herman ami Auatro-Hungarlan forces attacked them with fervor, and after three days of heaviest fighting, pushed their way hy frontal attacks through the middle of the Rumanian line from the .ft 111 to tin i'llort rivers The Rumanian loose in the battle are described as very heavy i avalrj I'nice Kffeetlve, The Herman cavalry had been held In readiness behind the line and the aquadron now poured through the breach and raced down through the valley towards the railway, thirty miles away, driving before them the fleeing Russians and Rumanlana and breaking the efforts al resistance of all but the itrongest units which still held together. These Hire hustled on by pursuing Infantry column which, like the cavalry, made .ill pooalble peed to utilize their advantage, Ho rapid and unrelenting was the pursuit that on November 19 the cav airy had reached the Orsove-Cralovs railroad line, on a breadth or twelve miles from Strchaia station to Pllli- ash, an Important railroad Junction wiuie the line running north to the mountain passes branches from the main Ruchoreat line. The pursuing forces or Oeneral yon Palkonhayn continued to sweep itke a rioo,i down the vallo and now have reaoht d a point just outside ,,r Oraova, one of the Important too ns of Rumania, Great Strategic Gains, So unootentotiouoly have General von i'a Ikenhoyn'a operation been conducted and so little have the iiu manlsn names mean! to the reading put lie generally, that tho Importance or the victory which place von k.ii kenhayn'i legion In imttie order on the sweeping plains of Rum a, is only, beginning to be roalliod i" lay circle, according to the military experts, it tin ns at onV sweep all western Wai lachlS over to the invaders and makei the poiltlon of the Rumanian In the Orsovs region virtually untenable, There is a possibility also, according to the same authority, that the Ru manians will hot lie aide lo Ki t away through the region to the south of Ihe railroad, it eliminate the Danube as the aouthem defense or this pari of Rumania and, ir followed up. turns the northern mountain defenses of Rumania, which the Rumaniaa hive been endeavoring so stubbornly to hold. iUvch General von Mkenhayn an opportunity for Open field strategy and ihe tactical handling; 01 troopa, and supplies his forces, which hereto fore hove boon dependent for then communication on one narrow road through Bsurduk piss, with one i i.iilvvav from the Iron dates Of the Danube, ami. with the fall of Craiova, with n second Inn riinnmi: from KS la fit t ii, opposite the Kulmirian town of Vldin. CARRANCISTAS GUARD PASS INK) S0N0RA ,nv HnnmN, HKIRNAI f( IA1 IIAIId W,MI Douglas, Ari.., Nov. II, Oeneral rnii If o Gome, with between l.non and 1,080 men. has been - out eastward front the Hermoelllo district overland in ii,. inns pass, the must feasible en trance for Villa bandits, should they attempt to invade Sonora. according to report received in Akuu Prleta to day. it is rumored that Some force win he reinforced iy a coBotdorabl number r volunteer from the south ern part of the MoCtOSUma district and the BahUarip district, who are mobilising in the towns. No additional troops reached Agu Prlota today, although reports from southern Sonora indicated that tin mobilisation of avnilahle foi cs for the movement north and Cast con tinued. Woman Horlektal) Shot. Fast Ijis Vegas, N Mi. Nov. 21. While endeavoring, it is s.Mu, t. shoot or intimidate Antoni,, Vlali-endo at W'ason Mound, Mrs. VYrniindez Apo ilica de Banche whs shot in the inn ,,h Mer condition ta reported t,, he ertouk VlalnaAdOi iud.n Macs las and .lose MondrmgOn are ggdd to lave heen at the Sanchez. woman's house when the shooting occurred, l'.arly last spring Mrs Banchoa shot and injured Roman Vlalpando, a -.nine man. He lUhSOOJUOlRl) recov ered. Antonio Vlalpando is an old in in l.l'iuor is said to have caused lhe trouble. property, Ttte) were inclined lo in sist that the Atchison. Top, ka and Santa Fe caae. which is set for hear mil tomorrow at Kansas Citv would present the questions in issue more completely ami with more Justice to the carriers. I oMa OmuO II, iidacli, anil I. up LAXATIVE HID 'Mil QUININE re movos the cause. There is only one "Bromo Quinine." 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Clip the Coupon Get Your Saucepan from ROSENWALD BROTHERS DEPARTMENT STORE !NLW MtXIQMEXAS BOUNDARY CASE AGAIN j ,1Y MOBS, NO JOURNAL I.ICIAL KAStD Wlftfl hi Paso, Texas, Noi ttmrneya for New Mexico and Texas ;n bound ary dispute hearing which was re sumed to, lav. staled tonight they i - 1 testimony at this session and to B li mit the eomph t, .1 r, cord m book 1 ,(),", to the i tiitci states supreme couri at the conclusion of the prev ent session, which they sav will proh- obi) i.e brief, The hearing has been in prpgreoal it intervals during the past three roars. Approximately U.oon acre of n? '" Vll of the RJo I . ' V, . . ar included in I I l .la ""''""" tile session to wns a prellminarj one, and inti,. i. Baca's nuraittj i.tsa, Santa Fe, Nov. 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As n rooBlt of a Jealous quarrel, Mrs. Bars I., inns was Slabbed to death at the, Hurley mining camp hy Pablo Tbartro, a laborer, xbarro is under arrest charged with murder. After staid, ins the woman, Vharrn turned the Unite '"'l-hla weapon, on himself, and Inflicted a serious, though not necessarily fatal wound in the ab domen The won, ,,, is said to have spurned the attention of Vbarro, winch so en- fd hU i that he called at her home nd Whl i. she refused t have anv U9g to do with him, attacked hei ith fatal results. Moaked Itobbera Make Haul Ardmore, Qklo., Nov. Three masked men robbed tic First National 'auk of Hoswoll iHte today, e neaping wnh approximately 1 1,004. The men m tin- ban were Bsarched inoldo the anlt ',,sses have taken Ui, Ihe pur suit of the robhers T.TMTT8D (pedal nil, r sj true on iat nameu in ,, upon, Viler,. aft. price will BO 51. UO. if presented on or before 11 vmx Hoblst Hardware Compauj "Wear Ever" Coupons Dati - ;j:iNa DTSSrszi, CO. 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