Newspaper Page Text
Albuquerque Morning Journal, Friday, November 24, 1916.
1 wm AZTEC Fuel Company Gallup Lump Gallup Stove Native Wood Sawed & Split Mill Kindling PHONE 251 --'- j STOP CATARRH! OPEN NOSTRILS AND HEAD j Sns Cream Applied tU lievcs llcad-l old. In Nostril at Once. If vniir anslrllB are vnur h :il H stuff, d nn breathe freely became Of ('"Id 'ir atarrh. Juat get a mnnll bottle Of 1171 Cream Balm as any drug st&ja Apply a tittle IMS ffllt.'ii'l, anllalf .team Into four nostril and let II penetrate through every air passage of v u r head, soothing and healing the inflamed, swollen mucous RMfllDNklt and WO Ktt Instant relief.- b' how (T'M',1 It feci. Your nos 1 1 1 Ik are open, your head In clear. n more h, wains, snuffling, blowing! no iiinr. h. ml ii he, dryness or struggling for bfeath, Kfy'a Cream Halm In Just uliii H .ffr 'iK frnin head rnlda and ralairli t d. It's a delight. "look Pa, How 'Gets II' Works!" "Ki'pr I'kr that - tlll..l h I ifu lour Cera lUiilii rmr I uila. In poet Ufa a-a a cjtrn nrni 'ail ; ah) hi ifee 'nit' i1"1 aadoresatfi iin ilit palm uf yuur tmndl masting n division of cutmm troops arrived at Mapula twelve mtlf south of Chihuahua city on the M" jlran central rR I Broad today M n I to the Mate capital from Tor ream (I'ldma to Andrei Qhrcta, msp, rtot general if ran ansa consulates, who idvrd the Information todfiy over the federal telegraph Una from CW huahya '.' 1 1 y . Up added that VIIUi "waa being driven north by Renenrl Mursulu n t1 . direction of chihuahua I'll) len ci ill Murium bH niiproxiinalcly 7,000 ii. i ii M r. ' iarcia wild. Bgnta Hos t ill. aC'tmlnence 80 ifeet high, which la located about one mile from the plaza In 'mhuahua fin, In (hp key lo the state Capital and northern Mexh o, prominent refuteea from Chihuahua city declare. It was In the vicinity of thlH hill that Villa and bin oonstiutlonallnt i i attacked Chihuahua City early in November, ion, waa driven off hy Hen, Salvador Mcrcsdo's artillery, and '.'ilia then ehclroled Chihuahua City, attacked and took Juarez on Novem ber 16 of the aamc year. After Villa entered iho state capital on leptom- tier IB. of the preeelil year, tlio As- elogged "nd aoi ia,ied l'reaa eorregpondent reported i.l von enn't having aeen Villa and IiIh "golden cold or , ,,.. s.inli, Kuan hill Thin hill ih an elevation between muuntalaa, the .Ajparjoen refugees here any, un. must be taken berorc .ii i alliance can '"' made inlo the city. On thla hill eneral Trevlno lias mounted seven large callhcr cannon, riling tO the Americans, ami had further fortified H with machine guns and hud bulll Imrl.er wlic on tnogtajnenta around the Ijaae of the hill wild flanking Ii im-m of tranches and barbed arire entanglements, I'lie refugeea lielleve a greater part of the fiuhtlng today nccuirrd in the vicinity of ''oioniii Dale, iimiHii aet tlementi to the loutbweal of Chlhua I ii. i my. To attack the forcaa In the lclnlty of thla natural fortification, from the aolith, It would bt necimirv f.,i iin bandit to oroaa an open plain, the Americana fanjlllar Willi the local' Ily nay it waa there that the heavy loHHea In the Villa fori en Ih believed to Inn e on 11 r I i d MEXICO f REVOLT 01 COL ROOSEVELT Rough Rider. Is Said to Have Taken Up Arms Against President Wilson Because of Election Frauds, STATE SUDDENLY JEAN CRONES IS Off fWJ V MOMNIHa JOURNAL SPICIAL I f M D WIHI ICI Paso, Texaa, Nov. 23. Kooho- velt Iiiih Klaitid a revoliillon uBalnHt l ieKident Vftlaon, according lo a dla- patch prtnted in BU Dtnokrata, the leading mvvapaper of Chiliuahua I'lty. which however, qunlifiea the re port hy ininting a Uatlon mark In the heading. Tin- dispatch, arhlch appeara In the issue of the 17lh of thla month, II placed under a Mexico City date. It read a folluwa: "Alarming rumori have bean circu- lattfli In thla city which My that Colo nel Theodore ftooeevell headi a revo lution that iiaH broken out in several Mate of I he American union, with the object of overthrowing Praoldcol Wllann who, liooaevelt claims, author. Izcd rSrlOOl election frauds In order to triumph In the la.vt UeotlOfl, "llluh officials In this city and Kiniie of the diplomats, slate with confidence that thia rumor la a can aid ,,f (he American yellow prcsa, which la hostile to Wilson. The American ambassador has already telegraphed to Washington In order In Inform himself an to the truth of the report," CLOSES CASE IN BELIEVED CAUGHT MURDER TRIAL BK DETECTIVES Detective Tells Footsteps Fro Trailing Scene of Crime and Back to It; Pros- Ian Answering Description ofj Anarchist Who Poisoned Soup at Chicago Banquet 1 i i T f Wli ;never you open a new ecutor's Action Unexplained Is Detailed, the It H slain than Wnl N,.w. I .. a .1 Thetl tf i . ..... Thai fViMr Corn at Sli, k a a Whlalla. Th earth i aiaeete with iho one, ainipi, piiini.A" nevei ruimiK remaay thai makes Million .a oern pestered people happy, and thai UK'IH IT " Apply II in I SSCODdt ll iirtM gome people jaii aii.t uiw ui i htr eeCai mtth knlva an.l rMX"i wrnii Ihflr laaa la pai kHio a with l.aiHtagca nr ailrky lapf maku Ih.-n. rati an. I riiw Willi SBteSI NotMna IlkP I liln villi I1KTH1T" V'.ur eert loooene. y..u lift h off. Tbere'i aothlag i" preee n tfte eera, sr huri AageM eealSa't aak for mora Try It t-.oiatit OB ay corn, ellua nr wart. "OKTH IT" Ii a,, I, i and ro nrapniloil l.v Orusflata varfvyher, SSr a btatto, or aanl oa Hiyelpl V prtee i.y R lwreaee a Co., rhtaegw, in Hnia in inruqeerqae an, i reeentweaded aa Hi vertd'a i,rai earn remedg br Otwell lae O' . JIlaklNiet "lianuacy. llull'l lirim "tor.-a Inc. ami alvara.Jo I'liai uiaof. Iiua City late Iiiri nleht ippnrtcd the Qgrrsnsa oatpoata, which had been stationed at mum sad Uaguna north of the capital, hud heen Withdrawn to the i 1 1 . This uis taken by tin paaaengcis to Indlcfflp thai Ueneial Treino expected an attack oon. No bgbdltS Hire aeen along the line he twaen Chihuahua Clt and JusreS, and thla waa taken aj an Indication by the .luinez military officials that llla had called in all or his PCOtt Ing hands of liatidlts to participate In the Kciieral attack upon the CarratlSS gart is, in These passeiigera, who wine Mex icans, reported praparatlona ware be ins raadg m Chihuahua City among the r.,i ilgni rs and Mt Mem c lUsna, to coiiie to the bordei aoon, aa sn at tack hy Villa was expected soon. Trunks ware packed, ami in many In stances taken to the railway station, the Mexican paoaancara told frleadi in n upon i hen iii rival, The reported calls for fiduhl cars I y the offl. lal;. of the Mexican (Vn- tini railroad upon mining companlaa .in,! otbera having cars on the Amer ican shin Of the holder continued In rm one local firm which had thirty cars on this eido of the line were or- dfred to iiansfcr the earcoaa a! otioa and rush tho empty ears to J inner oi ihtpmi ni to Chihuahua City. Theae urgent requeets stimulated the i U more tnsl General Trevlno Intended 10 evacuate the stale capital and I'ting ins foices to Juarefc, but the ' ..iranr.a officers on the holder deliV I lies,- iiunors fleneral Francisco Murgala, com- The following descilpll'm of the Chihuahua City defenses was pre pared in advance by the Associated I'l . . ill I espondcnl tjll l e, ho IS i retired army Officer; "ante Rosa hni dominates the dt and aurrouiiiling teirain. H com- mands the approachai to the erty from the south, southeast, and I POUthwrst,, and makes possible the Sweeping of tht plains belOW with shrapnel and machine un fr "All temporary defenses which were hastily thrown up when it was thought Villa would attack, have heen replaced Willi permanent defenses, Theae lines of trenches stretch for a distance of fourteen kilometers hive strong earthen Redoubts, each having ii capacity of 3"o men, lupporl tin Infantry trenChefl and are provided wllh artillery at Intervals to support any ninwmenl of this nrm of the de faCtO loice. These defensive works were Disced in char e of Qan. Oon- wilcx Cuellar, who Is a gradual, ..f , Chapullcpcc Military academy, audi who fought wiih ilencral Trevlno against Villa In Ihe JaiUO" campaign in the eastern zone. Ho has approx imately s.oiia eaten ned veterans in his command, many of whom fought with him a I Kluitio. , "in addiiion to stone breagtworka, Ihe oin Is prolected hy a double row of barbed wire entanglements and other modern defenses. The Infantn la divided Into detaehmenta of 100 each, with eio h detachment equipped with modern msv bine guns. The cav airy arm Is also equipped with ma chine guns and Is ready to take I he field In pursuit of the enemy at an) time, Ihe horses being corralled near I he . in all v positions, "The artillery, Is In command of CoV lllva mincheo another gradu ate of ChapUltapac academy. " . . Closes I'uraaiug iianiiits. Marshall, Tex . Nov 23. Six lmsses. numbering more than Iho men, were iii pursuit tonight of two men who fa tally wounded a constable Ileal here lo 1 today The men held up a t in u I m, ul ran let between l.ongview and1 WANT JUDGE NAMED FROM I ROCKY MOUNTAIN SECTION lr MoaN.NO JOUONAL Ml IAI LOUD W.ai St. Joseph, Mo., 'ov. 23. 1'nex pecledly the state closed Its case lata today ngalnet prosecutor Oscar D. Mclianlel, charged Willi the murder of his wife. The annoiiiic. iii.nl cam.- as a atirpilse, to the defense, after Miss A I lean Moot, sistei of woman hnd teatlfb d fi half an hour. McDanlels conns,! will begin Its defense tomorrow, f Inly a few wit nesses will be calico to refute the states chaigi.'. according to the defenac, Time to (Ion, i Bee, "We believed thai Ihe psychological time had come to , lose oar case Attorney licneral Barker, prosecuting, said tonlghU No furthoi Information was fori booming from ihe slate's at torneys as to their reason for having tided i he laatlttion today, The SCCUSed man will be the Oral witness In his own behalf, according to present plans. McHaniel's altor- First m. mi,..,. ..... aaioAi LtAatD w.ajal Iienver, Nov. 23 -Letters were be ing mulled today from the executive committee of the Colorado liar asso ciation, addraased to President VVlleori and the Colorado scnalois and repre- aentatlvee in congreae, containing resolutions adopted last night by the association, asking that consideration be given "the expediency ami Justice" rrf gauolntlng a Jurist from the so culled mountain states to the vacancy In the circuit court of appeals for the Kigbt dlatrldt The resolution cites that questions I of mining law ami Irrigation arc lo come Derora the circuit court ami thai at present the mining slates have no representation 111 that, body. The va enney was created by the recent death i of Judge Kllier B. Adam.', of Bt. Louis. PERSONALITY OF iicy pointed out (hat the state had ubpoenaed 1 2 n wttneaaea, according to the certification on the grand jury Indictment, but called only 31 to 1I11 at and. When the state I. I..I. fnends of the accused man gat;.. 1,11 .round him and shook hia hand followed by Bloodhounds, H. A. Hartley, head of local de tective age nays gave further fetalis today as a witness concerning an al ii ged visit by Mrs. McDanlel to his office Inst year for the purpose of employing fletaotlvea "to arstch" her huabaiid, and QOBcerning the trail followed by bloodh ids from the McDantel home and back to ii the morning following the murder, Itoss Cox, eircuii court clerk, told of a visit to his office by Mrs. Mc- Danlel In connection with a political f.ghl of her husbands The witness quoted Ihe woman as saying that lie ' hoped a Separation WOUld not re sult." He then testified that the COuple wiiN the "on I one in his sei which did not have little fusses and thai Mrs. McDanlel frequently had said that she was tin happiest woman in the world." T ime to V-ei 1 Miss Moss testified lore the murder th dealt ad his if.- to luthOffty, thai shortly be- prosecutor bad ccompany blm to lav MOaNINO IOUSNAL SM( lL LKACEO W.ai Chicago, Nov. 23, A Chicago lie- j teethe left tonight for Spalding. Neh., to Investigate the Identity of the man whom Marshal Ilyrnes believes to be Jean Crones, the Chicago anarchist. who is said to have poisoned tfli I prominent guests of the UMvarstt) club at a banquet given Archbishop atundelatn last winter. Lata in the afternoon, chief of re tectivea Larkln received 1 second tele-1 gram from latarshal Byrnao, winch i read: ." "This man didn't nivo Ihe name of 'rones. He answered'the description 111 every way, but his hair is cut short, so 1 call t tell w hether it is curly or not. His , lollies arc same as descrip tion. He claims discharge from the army." This telegram was received afli 1 a detailed description of Crones had been sent to Marshal Myrncs. A copy Of the indictment has heen lele- graphed to Byrnes, so that the prison er may be held until the police obtain a fugitive warrant. Chief of Deteetlvee Larkln said: "It la beginning to look as if the man might be Crones. He seems to answer the description in nearly every Important delail. I liave sent a man to Nebraska to talk with him and un less he identifies himself, he will he brought back lo Chicago." f lave occasion to tank account remember The National Bank of Albuquerque, . M, t r T T I i 1 It I la a Record of Thirty-thr Years of Sue CO Conservative and 1 CCsS I 111 -an kins CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $600,000 M IH8I1 l, COM Mil NT hi: II s .11 CROM FAT IMA I A Sensible Cigarette BpaJdlntf, Neb., Nov, 23. Marshal Byrnes affirmed again tonight thai a man he arrested yesterday was Jean Crones, wanted in Chicago on a charge of poisoning the soup served at agian quel at the University Club last win ter. Byrnes stated that the soaped tallies with the description sent oUl hy Ihe Chicago police. Nothing will he known definitely until the Chicago detectives arrive Byrnes declared that they would prob ably he In Spalding at noon tomorrow. The prisoner denies any connection with the case. I.EW EMPRESS IS LITTLE Kill People of Vienna Are Curious Ovei How Wife of Ruler Will Depot t Herself; Dancer and Musician, Kallvlile, hni h i him go without mo bsliiiy Ihr. mall when they dlaOOVOred be w o m the l ulled States mall ser Vice, A short time later, a Constable Attempted in take them into custody ami was shot as the men fled. II11 onic nig nii Center. Laredo Tex., Nov :i All Mexican Donstltulionallat troops In the state of Tsmguiipas, Wuevo Leon and Coa- bulla have been placed under com mend of Oan Alfredo ItlogUt, with headquartera ( Matamoraa, opposite Brownsville, Tex. according to an nouncement al N'uevo Laredo tonight Thlii is sani to be the largest single command In Mexico. !' V 1 Nov new will and earl) la an r W.iNNINO JOUANAL I.l. I,L LIAIIO W.at 1 una, Nov "" I Via London, It) with the advent of the Empress Zlta, curloslt) naturally he aroused as lo her pelsonalitv accomplishments. Prom her days she has been atudious and 11. ooipllslicl miisi, I 111 ami wen the home of Mis. Dag mar Krucker. Mrs. McDanlel deslrsd nol to go, ii Wag deClaredi because she had som,e n wing tO do, but McDanlel declared aha said "This is tic lime I am going" to assert my authomty as a husband," and the visit was mide. Under cross examination, Mtaa Moss raid she had proposed, after the mur der, her mother, aged father, and brother live at the McDanlel home this winter. I auae her mother "Wlahed tO Sid In rearing" the moth erless McDanlel children. The offer was not accepted by the prosecuting attorney, she said She reported a conversation in which Mr, McDanlel was quoted as having said Helen, his small daughter, should be allowed "to forget her mother." The conversation took place about a week after tho crime, Miss Moss testified. H If, I Lit tllli lll li.is U c cil in in't'iai.'ithui ' ubn h protnises i histt iry, for tlii- t'linsi- htOND PLATINUM JEM UlRY HOLD JBWELRV I (ih MA AND DINM&R WARE SILVER NOVELTIES 1 BATHER GOODS " '( HBS AND ( LOCKS uriMnus is t.i ,1 ipproachtiif;, ;uil u Ul Willi a visit a mil u'ly yon A VI. I'l lllr securing sujfgestions. S. T. Vann, Fine Art Jeweler PhoiK 123 223 W est Central ALBU UER( u 1- 1 1 1 . 1 I i.-A 1 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ea . i versed In literature, hlstori and phil nsophy She also Is fond of society and is a graceful dancer. lanpiess Ita was 1)00 In the villa Heals ;ii Mgnor m the Italian p'rov- Inoe of 1 oa, May ft, isiil'. the daagh. tar of Duke Bohgrl 'ami Ducheaa Marie Antoinette of Ptrmg she is of Bourbon descent, but rapidly be- came Vlennesse, owing to the fact that life In the capital on the Danube Interested hei esoeedtngly. Her early Irajinlng was in the hands Of the Marnuise Delia Itosa. Lalei she en tend a convent at Zangbert. where she advanced lapidlv in music. Aiier her fatharjs death ihe then Princess Zita, in IflOS spent some time In the Kvde Abbey, Isle of W ight, v here her sister. I'rlin ess Adelaide, Is a nun. Here among the French sisters Who had been com- watied lo leave Prance owing to Ihe 1 inn h reform law, she studied music literature. Latin, history and pbll osoph v Princess Zita made Ihe acquaint- ghee of Archduke Charles Wanotg at erasenbad, Bohemia, in the sjiring of lfl"! I nn June 14, Istl, the engagement j of the princess and the archduke was announced, and on rfctobar i'l of the I kami ye they were nvarrlt d. neltber expecting that ultlmateTj the would aacend the Austro-Hungarlan throne Their Oral chll4 vvas born November St) l!H.'. and was named Kiancls Jo seph "Ho. He is now heir apparent l0 Ihe Austrian tlit'one. The emperor, 1 1 in, is Joseph, was very fond of this hoy 't be other , hildren of the couple arc the Archduchess Adelaide, bom Jan- uaiv 1HI. Archduke Robert Charles Louis, horn FYhiuary t, 1 ! 1 T, , and Archduke Kelix rredeiick A11 1 ust. bur1: Mav 31 HHfi, the date on which his father was a victor In the battles al Aspio and Asiaco. In Italy DIET SQUAD IS GAINING WEIGHT ON SHORT RATI S INVADERS CAPTURE HALE OF "WHITE ARMY' (OV MOON.N1 JOUONAC SPICIAL W'AII Brownsville, Texas, Nov. - !. -Half Of Ihe defending "while" army "Us theoretically captured today by ihe Invading "browns'' near nlmilo. eight miles northwest of Brownsville, ac cording to reports of the army man euvers received at fort Ib'own. (leii eral R. II Lewis, conimanding the "whites," It was stated. Spilt his army In half for some unknown icason, sending one narl of it to OJrnltO, which was evacuated yesterday by the "browns." The invaders, closing In an this force from two directions, cut It off and "captured" it. I lie maneuvers Will end late to morrow, with nn expected attack- on the "browns" now entrenched four nr five miles west ,.f ih ownsvi lie Sat urday the troops will be reviewed by commanding officers here, and sun day tbev wan be given a holiday in Brownsville Every time you see a man smoking a Fatima, you know he is getting all the comfort that is possible in a cigarette. lie onfmu Turtnh blend 3 WORLD'S WHEAT CROP THIS YEAR I I Mil. VV s rye crop per cent. n product! em, and 122. .f Br, ind and lOS.t per i hi ler ml. per colli ami BELOW NORMA -! Better Showing of Other Grains Is Reported, Though Corn Generally Is Not Up to Average Yield, Production of Corn, . Italy (14.(1 per ci ill of last yeST'l crop, and t R.5 of the average; 4S rov- ernmenis of European Ruasls, M,l per cent and 1 0 2 . r, per cent iSWltMP land, 114.3 pPr cent and I U.I per ccnl ; Canada 43.6 per cent nn.l J" per cent; Japan 109.4 per cent and 1 1 !. 1 per cent. The corn crop in the t inted Stale is estimated al (6.6 per cent of last year's, and 97.fi per cent of Hie five year average. Dr. Robertson Is Thinking of Reducing Allowance From Forty to Thirty-five Cents, He Asserts, Preset ui Has Waahlngtoa, Nov W lis. .11 vv hO tills bee a slight cold in the slight old. 23 President n suffering from head tor si V ,1,1 days, started out to pla calf ihn morning but returned to the White House because of ram lie remained in his room the lemainde, of the morning and saw go cullers. let lonmm ..., , . wian Chicago Nov. Mi With eleven pounds net gain In the weight of the diet gquad which la attempting to demonstrate the feasibility of living well here for forty cents a dav. ir John EMU Robertson today considered reducing the dally .allotment to If cents for the purpose of making the proof even more ronclualve. At the CohcltjitOn of the third day of the experiment all twelve were en thusiastic over Its outcome and de clared that at fill times they had felt as well noOrtahed and satisfied with their meals as if tbev bad lived at ex pensive cafes or oven at their homes Tomorrow's menu will be Breakfast; stewed peers, griddle cakes, svrup. COftge. Lunch Heef and rice Croquettes, peas and carrots, bread, butter, gin Ktrhicad. te.i. Dinner; Tomato soup, halibut steak, parsley, potatoes, bread, butter cnam tapioca pifdding. tea. Will CORRECT ERRORS IN CALIFORNIA'S VOTE lOV MOANINO IOUHNAL BPff IAL LIA8EO WlWt; Sacramento, Cal., Nov. jj. -Indlca- lions that sleps bad been taken to cor- rocl errors pointed but Secretary of State Jordan, in the official California eecUon returns from Vuha counties, made it , able late todaj that no be expected in the final of the state's vote for electors. Only a few hours' work would be necessary, it was said, to correct the defective returns. Semi-official figures from tan Prancigco, Alameda and San Diego COUntlSa have still to at rive at the cap ital for official canvass Tin y are ex pected tomorrow, Turkish Massacre llepiirted Ixmdon, Nov. 23 -A newspaper al Baku In Trans-Caucasia, savs POtro i.rad correspondent in a dispatch today, stales that the Turks have massacred 6,000 to fi.ooo Armenians at Savas, Turkish Armenia french Completes Inspection. Santa 1'Y, Nov. J, state Engineer James A. French has completed the inspection ,,f the Rossrell-Carrisoso state road. U far as the Lincoln county hue from Roawell, and found it in eaeeifem condition. BY MOANINO JOUSNAL APECIAl. LEASED WiaCI . , Washington, Nov. 21. Combined wheal crops this year of fourteen ol the world's grain-growing countries are estimated al It.i per cent of last year's production, in a cablegram re cetved at the department of agrlenl- Hue today from Ihe International In stitute of Agriculture at Rome, The aggregate production is placed orange and,'" ,wpu ousneia, or 92.8 tppear prOb-cen' f th five-year average, delay might Countries are Spain, Kngland certification Wales, Ireland, Norway, Netherlands, presidential I Rumania, the forty-eight governments Of European Russia, Switzerland. Can- ana, the I mted States, India, Japan, Egypt and Tunis. Other Grains Better, A better showing is made in other fii'iios. .sine countries ic,oi! ., crop of 93,8W,W0 lumhelf. Ml cent of last v ear's crop ami 114.1 cnl of INa . . bushels, lit) TO STORE FUEL OIL IN UNDERGROUND RESERVOIRS IBV MORN I NO JOURNAL SPEf IAI. I r.-0 WI-. Washington. Nov. 2.--Thc navy i preparing to place its fuel nil auppl) al various yards In andergrowi" atorace reservoirs i.. nrotevl " l"11" attach by hostile aircraft. iced An estimate of 1 ,1 ,008 for SaWI- pci I tlonal storage apace o( thla nature a1 The j the Guantanamo, Pearl Harbor, Pugel and I Sound, Ban Diego, Mnre Island ww Narragansetl bay atatlona plained today to the house naval COB mlttee by Rear Admiral Harris, ehlsl of the bureau of yards and docks rye pel per t iiimiiin Holds New York, Nov. son law commission President Wilson to I u st UratUgj !J -The Adam- appointed inveattgaM ,h" rt. operations of the meeting her" todav 1 vvitb more than a dozen Parley crop of 168,171,000 1 ' ' oi nevious voir. am ..mi,,., f,.,. ti, avprage. Oats 0f diacusstns with " is put al , tn0 methods to be used gatlon. The commissi 101.8 per cent of the p, ooue.-M in twelve Co (III (ties -.mi, "u nushels, vvhi. h is 8,1. 2 Per cent of the crop hist year, and 105.7 per cut of the average. Six countries report a 2,.Sfl4.7T:,.(ion bushel cent of last I crop of corn, 11.7 per ; year, and 18. 7 of the average. England ami ai, -. The wheat crop of Kngland and Wales together is put at 82 per cent jof last year's and S, ,r ,.,., , t)(, average, and Italy's at L0I. per rent land ;ni.:i The bailey n,,,, la Enrtand W ales is 1 15.1 per cent and . similar conference with the railroad brotherhoi (late. held its nrm nd confen! lailroad W iced purpose ni infarniill)' n the invest!" , uill hold I ; he hen " Is at a later an, Should liaise Mori Philadelphia, Nov. 23 of more sheep to offset age in the United Btati -creased production an,! Improtations because i urged at the Opening -national sheep confer, ni I In sheep. The raisin- wool used bi ..ssening "' the war, 'a' ssion of ",e here toda) Navv KisTiiitina Difficult. Washington, Nov. 21! High w ig.-s ashore and the. Increased cost of living have seriously hampered nav v recruit ing, Hear Adinnal HsGoWan, pay masi. r general, told the bOUSS nav il committee today, in explanation of why there are only about una re listed men In the service, although congress has authorised a total trength of TT.oao. He said It was hoped that a total of 'O.flfln could be reached by the end of ... Thf.Sa KC doughnuts are good For Goodness Sake use KC Baking Powder Purity First ' It will never disappoint you try it if you like good things to eat. .afkk. flJBBas ycUuncesiorOKt f i I i t v