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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
CITY EDITION cm rniTioN jf?UI 3 IBM COUNT IBS FRICTION BETWEEN J. BULL r uncle si Ten Pages Albuquerque Morning Journal, TlMtcUy, Nm ember 28, 1916 Ten Pages Mean Mingle '!', fco COM ONWARD TEUTONIC AWES HE E; BUCHARE II HA LIS 10 0 GN Refuses to Grant Efo Conduct to Newly Ap pointed Austro- Hungary Ambassacior" to U.' S, FAVORABLE ACTION IS J UNPLEASANT SURPRISE lashineton is nainiy w nleased Over Stand Taken Great Briiain; uniurai f DANGER BE 10 i I NATIONS FOR LONG SHOULD N01 E incut uhum " situation which, rontrol, would t COMMUNICATION kustablllu The uMo tuj irv l.i II nt if Oils . on natm-a. ' mi mic de- powor ST TERMS th mil nur Ml lui eetmOBl irk. iu riant regulator or the Mil,1 to foreign , ountrit of the goods they send m which the most recent b taking, apart from Hi refi rtnsic iiu-rlla. a- . luultet cc it pnmaril. w tih Ui t, ii would apt" SI In Of it 11 I u ill,' of. in o-The CHIHUAHUA Lines Art Being Slowly Drawn Around the Rumanian Capi tal; Invaders Make Prog ress in 'All Direction's' The Fedeial Reserve Cautions All American Fi nancial Institutions 'as to Contracting' Oblation's, ' " t r Of fa. I no thai nil point ' nves in banking ' WITH RESUMED: VILLA THREAT IS PAST TEACHERS' CONVENTION ENTENTE FORCES BEATEN NORTHEAST OF MONASTIR STATEMENT IS REGARDED AS ONE OF IMPORTANCE ) ormation Is Awaited, pcil kNi wimm MM between the American anient xil nt'nt :,UI,'S ' .lr.pect of the refusal of the Brit- h,uvernm.nt to grant saTc conduct cunt Tsrnowskl, the newly ap- ctPa Asstro-Hunsarlan cmbassa- ,r io the United States, .the abMnoe of official athrlceg on ' . 'f t officials of the state de inment were not In a position today OsM It formally, r to forecast coursf the govarnmant la likely to irsue. It WSJ made evident, bOW- er that tin' unfavorabla action of e British foreign office OH the no e of the Intention of the ambassa dor to cross the Atlantic to nis pusi dice as M unpleaaant surprise. It tij sat been doubted here that Great MBit would be the last power to to Mm privileged character of a dip lomatic officer on such a voyage. Aside from the belief that Eanglnnd would not desire to arouse adverse IMlUf in tne I unco ciuira "uti (erfnep with the ancient and generally or a neutral gov an ambassador or had counted on ord on the Mason prevent such ac today's cable (lis- Attack Launched Against Lines of Central Powers Fails; Austrians Shell Italians in the Cam ia Sector. MUttoned right tmment to receivi minister, officials dreat Britain's re and Slldel case to lion ai reported in ;tches. Qmc of Steamer Trent. The fart Is r OtntMd that in pro toting against the removal of the confederate commissioners from the 'nmrr Tree the B-Jtlsh jpvernment IK mainly concerned with the vinla iinn of the protection afford id by the British flag, under which the Trent sailed, and It is said that It was on that account that the United Stales re pudiated the action of Is naval com Hinder. BS It is held here that though legendary, the protest also Ml based on the right of diplomatic sDctn to make their way to their MM in neutral countries without molestation, it probably will be on that basis that the matter of Count Tarnowiki's interrupted mission will N t'tken up with the allies, for it is Mil understood that the London for- Hfo office ii lupported by Prance, It aly and Russia In its action. It was learned today that the state department so far has not made a for mal request for a safe conduit for the Austrian ambassador, but has eon 'med itself to a transmission of the request of the Austrian government 'or men n courtesy Therefore, it Is Probable that if the issue is to be "Me up, it will be necessary' for the l-'nited States now to make such re W't on its own account. hscnce f Any Precedent, There is an absence of any prece dent exactly fitting this case thut re Wires the department to he very oare M in assuming ground, and the text J the note handed Ambassador Pane 'ill he awaited before a decision as ' the course to be followed is NJJM9. Great Britain's attitude. If "hereii to, would prevent a new wklMi ambassador and successors to 'Mains Boy-Ed mid von Papen, for IM naval and military attaches of " uerman embassy, from i 1,1 .tatted stabs. Jtotiitlorn regarding a new f"n MMnador are said to it umlej way foi some time. however, thai the IVY HOHNlSa JCJRNAl SPICIAL LIACCD MlRC) The entire line of the Alt river tit Hum.inia. runntna north and Mirth throueli the Count TV from the Tiaii- ylvanlan Alp t" the Danube, now is in the hands of the Teutonic Bjllea in all directions the Invader arc con tinuing to make progress. with Bucharest their main ubieclive, dally coming neart r. The southern and eatern drive ia the Alt region bus brought the T, u tonic lori es acroM the Topoiog river, Whil to the S 'lith. between Itoeln de Vede and Valciu. their line has been drawn considerably nearer the Kn inaiiia.il capital, Alexandria, forty -seven mile southeast of Bin barest, has been taken by Kield Marshal ou Maekenscn s troops Considering the swiftness of the ad vance of the Teutonic allies through Wallachla, comparatively few pus oners have been taken although semi-official reports credit them with having captured considerable supplies of needed steles. Near i irsova. of llcers and 1,290 men were made pris oner, while In the Alt reuion. near Tigveni, ten additional officer and 400 men fell into the hands of the Teutons. in a big battle extending over u front of about seventeen miles, north west and northeast of Monastic, be tween Tmova and Ifakova, the en tente allies, according to Berlin, havo met with a severe defeat through the the fuiiure of an gUaek launched against the lines of the allies of the central powers. Aside from reporio of the repulse of the Bulgarian by the Serbians and of continued progress for the Italians west of Monustir. the entente allied war of fices record no IntDOTtent gains on the Macedonian front in the Cam la sector of the Austro Itallan theater, and east of Gorilla, the Austrians are vigorously shelling the Italians. On the Itussli.n fronr there has been considerable activity by both the Russians and German at various points. Comparative calm prevails all along the front in Prance, so far as infantry engagements are concerned. A Berlin semi-official dispatch says there are indications that the entente Lilies contemplate fresh offensives, probably near Armentierea and east of Arras, where heavy artillery bom bardments are being carried out. and also on the St, Mlhel salient, south east of Verdun. Another semi-official rilanatch from Berlin quotes Constantinople advwss to the effect that Aral rn the. Tripoli-Tunis frontier in north Africa have defeated the Italians and i al lied the fight across the border into Tunis against the French. The losses of the Italians are estimated not including prisoner interior by the Arabs. Creat Britain has definitely de rlmed to grunt a safe conduit to the United states of the newly-appointed A list ro-Hungarian ambassador. Importations of Large, Amounts of Gold Not Necessarily a Source of Pangen Inflation Is to Be Guarded Against. at 80,000 men, s taken into the eachlng Tut -have it is Oer- 'NATURALIZATION CASE IN ; COLORADO IS UNTANGLED T MOWN 1 NO Merit ood tn wernment has no Intention at '"" time of sending new naval and fJBJjy attaches, because of the be Ln "pon ",(ir arrival in this u"try they would become subjects MSWcion and investigation. GEORGIA GOVERNOR TO SEE "tVlEW OF STATE TROOPS 0NIN1 JOUNL iPICIL LI1IID W1" of ,k TeX-' Nov- 27- A review u?J Henrgia Infantry brigade will Mtew l"morrow In honor of Oov ui "r jwhunlel E. Harris of Georgia, Adjt. (:en I Van Unl, Vsh of tlier, Him orgia national guard. Governor ire m u "ojuiant tienerai -xas,, W nfr an official visit to the carm, C.n,,... ll.,,.rl i- 'visiting his Brig. Gen. Walter harriB of the Georgia infantry bri- llannagtng Kcliior- Meet, Arthur. Tex., Nov. .,T UtAr,!. . , "uon f Tex eonsid USD) -The Editors' as. meeting here to- "re, matters of interest to h, . oie Hea ,ii,,r,r, ""side Hob- Enterprise as ien, . r - m s ,UM'Ph Emerson Smith, or y Z? Antonio Express, secretary, elected Beaumont for the 1917 "e Place. THE WEATHER WKA1HER tX)UtGAST no New Mexico: and Wednesday generally "oich change in temperature. !fVL Fattier bxport I i r twenty-four hours, ending at .raay iauim ,,,mPeraUire. 63 degrees: range, ii; temperature Ot, ijoiiu wind, tltar. : Denver. Nov. 27. -Ja B Lock hart, ia rancher near Ordway. was granted naturalization papers In United states .district court here today, after exer clslng for fifty-two ' :"'s "" rl8hts jof citizenship. I.ockhart, a native Of relfitd, assume.) thai he was a i Itl izen because of naturalisation papers I i,..ii,-r,i have haan issued to bis father before the son had reached Ins .!.. ii. ),!. voted a i every ,,,1'J'MH.. presidential election since the ci"l war, of w hlch he is B veteran, held a commission In the United Btates army, served as a deb gaie to the republt' an .national convention : served is sherlll ,of Gibson county. Ind., and has taken an active part In pontes for many years. The question of his citizenship arcs, when he filed on government land In 'southern Colorado and it was leal ned that he was not native born, and thai 'no record was available to show thai his father had become naturalised. EVERYBODY HAS RECIPES FOR EEEDING DIET SQUAD H l,0NIN JOUSN4L IWUl LtIO WMtl Chicago, Nov. 27.-A deluge of I recipes containing suggestions ror dishes that are palatable, as well as I nutritious and economical, is flooding the municipal committee that dec lares the dally menus from which the do t Is,,., ad of twelve is demonstrating hoW C ,t is to live well foi 4o coats day each. Many of the recipes arc new even to me in.!. " " school of domestic science, who pre pare the meals and it U. Bkely th preparation of a new COOS tbOOh Mt follow the experiment. Tomorrow I meals will be: . Breakfast Bananas, oai nw, -biscuits, coffee Lunch-Chipped beef AT cabbage salad and corn bread, tssv Pinner-rreiun of lima bean soup. mo,K tenderloin of beef, spaghetti Norwegian ,....ld... with custard aucc. rr aolniM jounl innil LtHO ,ll Washington, Nov. II American bankers w, re warned by th, federal reserve board today to avoid locking up their funds h porchaatna treasur) bills of foreign governments involving long-term obligations While sp elftcally disclaiming "any Intention of reflecting upon the financial abillti ol any nation. " the board advises all In vestors to proceed with caution, and formally announced to member bunks of the federal reserve system thai with the liquid funds which should be aval labia to American merchants, manufacturers and farmers In danger of being; a' soibed for other purpose it does n"t regard it In the interest of the country at this time that they invest In foreign treasury bllli of this character." The statement I regarded In offl .j.,, ,v,.i ,,e of the most import ant declarations by the board since Its creation, officials would not discuss the question for publication, but some of them Informally interpreted the warning as the reserve board' answer to the recent proposal of J P. Morgan & Co., British fiscal agents in this country, to have American bankers accept British treasury bills of an In definite total issue, seemed by gold reserves held in Ottawa Such loans would be for ninety days, With the privilege of renewal. H. P. Davlsou of the Morgan firm. Wa in Washington recently and con ferred with President Wilson and some of the memberi of the reserve board. It was laid Lit . r that be oultt to have the banks of the t eWe system authorised lo buy Brit ish treasur bills as if they were bills of exchange to cover commercial transactions. Danger from further importation of large amounts of gold, the board say-, will arise only in ease the gold is pel nutted to become the basis of and. sir able loan expansions and of Inflation Emphasis is laid upon the necessity for caution m putting money into In vestments which are short term In name but which "either by contract or through force of circumstan.es.' may ill the aggregate, have to be re newed Until normal conditions re l urn." The Board's Warning The board's warning, In the form of a Statement to be published later ill the Federal Reserve Bulletin, follows "In lew of cont i a 'll lory repot Is which have appeared m the pi ess re garding Its attitude toward the pnr . basing by banks In this country of treasury bills of forehm governments, the hoard deems ii a duty to define its position clearly. In making this state men) the board desires to disclaim any Intention Of discussing the fi nances or of reflecting upon the rinnnelnl stability of any nation, hut wishes it understood thsl deal onlv with genera which affect all alike "The board does not share the view frequently expressed of late thai the importations of large amounts of sold must of necessity prove n source of danger or dlsturbaw e to this country, That danger, the board believes, Will arise only in case the inflowing gold should remain uncontrolled and be permitted to become the basis of un desirable loan expansions and of In flation There are means, however, of controlling accessions of gold b) .proper and voluntary i'o-operatlon ol the banks or if ne d be, by legislate enactment. An important step In this din ctlon won id he. ' he anticipation ol the final transfer of the reserves con templated by the federal reserve set to become effeOtlVS on November H, 1917. This date .an be advanced to February or March, lot 7. "Member banks would then be placed on the permanent basis of thi it reserve requirements and fictitious re serves then would disappear and the banks have a clearer conception of actual reserve and financial condi tions, it then will appear that, while ;i large increase in the country's gold holdings has taken place, the expafl nion of loans and deposits have been such that there will not remain any excess ,if reserves, apart from the Im portant reserve loaning pawer of the f, defal r, s. rc banks An i ce-s of Reserves, "In these circumstances the hoard feels that member banks should pur ue a policy of keeping themselves liquid; of not loaning down to the legal limit, but of maintaining sn CeSf of reserves not with reserve agents, win re their balances ale loan ed out and constitute no actual re serve but in their own vaults oi pref erably With their federal reserve banks The board boUOVOS that at this time bank- should proceed with much caution In locking up thi Ir funds in long time obligations, or In Invest ments which are short term In form or name, but which, either by con tract or through force of circum stances, may, In the aggregate, hsve lo be renewed until normal conditions return. . , "The board does not undertake lo forecast probabilities or to specify cir cumstances whi. h may he become Im portant factors in determining future conditions. Its concern and responsi bility liea primarily with the bin, kins: situation. If. however, our banking institutions have to intervene because Corsigg sscuriUsg art etfsgsg Lwtu of i, w he adopt 1 might ensily u Ismpted it to -ueh an vxten ih it resource of this i ounti y this maimer might iuu mto ni.u dredi of millions of dollars. hmgiss rv IHHud Out. While the loans ma) be short In I form, and seversUli m.,, r. eolk ted at maturity, the ob.,,-. t ol the bor rower must bo to ati am to rene them collectively- with the result that II e aggregate a mini lit placed here will remain until such ttmi ... u may be I advantsweooal) converted into a long, I!Srii" Carranza Officials Believe That Bandits Have From Northern Been Driven Pa I ot State OPENS IN SANTA FE Will FULLY FIFTEEN HUNDRED N IDE CITY rj Seeing u Meur?talr5 DR. t. rin ol ligation. seem us a conse. fundi of our Bank available for shoft mu merchants, farmer, would I o anger of being purposes to n ,npi eaoeclalh In view mail) of our It Would, therefore. l!i,,! . S hll h should he t credit facilities to manufacture's and bu (posed to tin) ahsoi bod for other iporttonate ot ig i , or the fact that hanks and trust com- (..iuie already sy ...living substan tial amounts of foreign obligations j and Of acceptances which tbev are) undei agreement to renew. The board dcem it therefore, Its , . 1 1 to inform the member banks that it does not rrt .i.i it m th Inter est of the countt) at this lime ihat the) invest in foreign treasur) bills of I this , haraator, "The ho.ud dots not consider that ' it Is called upon to advise private In vestors, but as. .he I7nlted States S last becoming the banker of foreign countries in all purls of th, world. It1 .akes occasion to suggest thai the in- ; vtilor should receive lull and author- j itatlve dam parttcubirtv in the case' of unsecured loans in ordei that he. ma) ludge the fgture Intelligently in the light of presoni conditioni and conjunction with thi nnomio de- velopments of the past I nucil SI lie-, a I man. ml Power. "The I lilted States has now at- , I, tiiied a position ot wealth and of In-' lernatlonal financial power, which In the natural course of events it could not have leached for a gen, ration We must be c. ireful nol to Impair this pO it ion of strength and Independence While it is Hue that a slowing down in the process of credit association j ma) mean some curtailment of our abnormally stimulated sxuori trade to tartaln countries, we need not tear that our business will fill off pro- ipltatelv, should we become more MURGUIA FORCES ARE COMING FROM JIMINEZi Reinforcements of Garrison J Arrive on frains From Si' eral Different Points and In habitants Feel Secure. F. H. H ROBERTS UNOPPOSED . FOR PRESIDENT; ALBUQUERQUE MUST FIGHT FOR NEXT MEETING Motl,.-. H i. tuarsa, Maxli munloSttlon with peeled lo be i , I -e. i. , MSIS Rll i "hlhuahus Cit) Is e mi e.l , tc to lav . uc- o duo: to tienersl rraiicisco llou iaiis a miMsaa s . received from the station agent ai Tel ramis station, twenty -eight nubs north ol ChthUS hoa. saving I repair train was e peeled to reach (her gi noon from the direction of the state Capital The smoke of th work train locomotive could be seen near I'oiral. the Tel rSaaS agent said over the wire, il.n- era! flrisnlsa ordered the agent i,. ss certain the conditions ill t'bihuahiia from the Ham .lew us soon a it reach, ,i Tci i aas. and report to him here Tin- Carransn staff officers hsro now bellVC VtUn has boon driven aWa) from th northern pari ol the state of Chihuahua The) base their belief upon the fact that the Work train which had reported its progress b) telegraph, was able to leave Chi huahua Clt) The railroad eaters the capita from the north and, had there lien any bandits in the zone to the north or northeast of the eltv. thev would have prevented the repair train from having the repair line, the officers say, Judge rranclsoo Martini" of lb, cm t of biters lure announced to- Hospitality ot Ancient Citv Splendidly Displayed in Enter tainment ot Bui Crowd ot Delegates and Smoothness of Arranriements Shows Ability to Handle Larrje Body of People: Governor McDonald and A. B. Renehan Welcome Visitors on Behalf of State and City; W. A. Poore Re sponds for Association: Colfax County Presented With Banner far Largest Attendance ot retofleri at Convention ... swsssosowasaos ,.. mmihmi leuanni BantS l"e. Nov . , I 'i , I lank II, h Robarts, ,f the , v Mexico Normal j university, was this afternoon placed in nomination for the pre-udeiicv of the New Mexico i'Im. ktional assocls Hon There were no other nomlna-j (Ions. ,i. s. long ot Alamogordo, wusi nominated for the vtoe presidency. Mis-, iliac,. Uoebel, oi Doming, wa nominated and Sleeted secrctaiv of the association. liiarles I, Hurl, of Mountain. nr. was renominated for 1 1 . usurer, named for and also a committee. Ubuquer nominated HIT, I'elH I'ov. placed .nov ention, Dr, I he in,1 David Ii. lloyd was pie and Santa l'e Were for convention cities 111 tiara, seconded b) M I Albuquerque before the in. tdentall) oompllmenl - to-thai conservative in am matter oi investing oa) ne nao reosiveo intormaiion inmi ill loans. beCSUSS there sllll are bun-J ilflelnl sour. es thai Villa had been drcls of millions of our own and for Obmpletel) driven away front I'hl- , ign seourttles held abroad which our I hushus 'iiv ami was retreating Invnitnn would Be glad lo take over Ward the mountains. He added ,,,l ii:i.'-h vei 1 1": iU v .., ' i -siimul.itcd vig,. . nteied the ert' at differenl in other directions; points during the day, sen "In llo. o, union of 111,' board it Is a lepoll be received BUIldtt) been repulsed I tout ni din aimed, Another reDoi t in cln illation, both dim to had ilu- duty of our banks to remain miubl ill order thai tin ) mav be abb to con nunc to respond io our home require ments, the fiaturi and SCOI f which la can fores, , and in Order 1 1 . . I lour prsgeni economic and financial strength ma) b maintained when, at the end of the war. we shall wi.-b to ,1.. our full shale in Hie work of in ternationsi (reconstruction ami devol I opmenl which then will in- ahead of I us, and wh n u clear, u understand ling of economic conditions is thev j will then SXlst, vvill enable this conn I try more ssfel) and Intelligent!) to do lis propei pat t In t he fins nclal re ! babilitation ol I Ii vvorbl." IOWA LIBEL SUIT mi- Sam., Ft upon the manner in which it is taking cars or the doles talis IranctM I Wilson, acting for Supreme Court Justice I! II Haiiiin. win, was unavoidably absent, placed Simla b'e in nomination. r,i Jose l. Beni seconded Hie nomination briefly. Officers 'f Science km hit loll. The N'ew MsXlcO - ocli, I lou for Hokgnoe thi evening elected the foj- low lug oft! 'el's: Caul v V aller. of the gchool oi vniriican Archaeology, president; A W Marnss, or the New Mexico I'ollegu or Asrhullure and Mechanli Arts, representlni lh engi ,, In,' .'l..n,i.H I ii a .1,,' ,i, ,'MI, I, Oil . here and In EB Paso, staled Wfl pr0( B , r ths Hilv el Trsvlno had sent i. curler to lei Normal school, rspressntlng tasas sUOon with a msssag rhemlstr) ond Vic presldenti n, mn.ing a complete roul of t ie pro A V,,H of the University ot V ilia forces. This report could not be N w M,SCO injng blolOgt, 'out i ai mllltar) headquartsrs, ,,,,,,,, U1 ,, president; Pr .1 D, Clara, Tin- foices of Oeneral rranclseo nj lhe invnrattv or Ni Msxtoo, sec Murguts are advanctnu steadily from t ,. t . , , N prof v. ii Dodsrd of the lhe direction of .limine and are P-I gtjjte College, treasur, r. I'tof P T, proaohlni Chlhuahus i'iiv. according Kirk, or the Onlverstt) of New Me t,, official Information received hero. h(,0 niembor of the educational conn- The source of una Information wasl not mad,, known, but is believed to Schoolmasters' club eloctsd have be n received fisnm Bnltlltfl iV prof w v poore, or Carlsbad, prsl telegraph, aftei having been reealvtd dent; B, Taylor, or Dsmlng, secre- there by wireless from ChlhUahUS ,,,rv .1 II Viillshn. ot the slate ,.0 the ittendnrfee ixoeedi Ihi thoukand numbei b) considerabli and i equal I. that "t an. i , i ev loua nun ssYtlug deposit f eansr) rello mineral, hlghl) ladio .iciive, ik found iii the sn, Uorenio canyon, ttftaoaj miles north o' ocorvo, geoordlng to I'rof. T I ' Ma.kav or lhe State Sellout of Mines Ther are only three or four ot III i places ill III, slale where highly radio a, itc mineral has been found, one being lie u Santa Ke, one near As lee and aiioilni in itio Arrihg county, i iiim came out pi a ,tieuion under lhe foi unliable soniidlng topic ' Some Aspects of Hie Bloc iron Theory of Kiectrp .i in, i Mallei ' Newsvsr, the paper on the SUbjeoi presented bv I T Hi iinemai , plofriuol' of physics and electrical engineering at (ho I'm- veralt) ..t New Kgalco, was Intensely Intsrostlna iiim ronclualOB that ev- iiryihlnc that cIhIb Is some form or other of electrtcsl energy was pro van in IthemStlcSlI) To the lav men II K'i. i astoundlns view of m,. pogsj bibiics lhat he In the study of phygl ,ai soienco and slsotrloit) Tin. ie Hon iheoiv lo account for lhe eoiiHlll- UellHV of Hie lltollls WIIH , 'lei, ill )l, leRted and Is the IgtSSi word of s, I SfH ' on I be Niilib-cl llSgg I M,,ll,ei,,illlc, v ah I red l hate with flight r malh ematlns as ths topic kbpaars to bo mors or less of no lmpnlhilH v ami vi I I b,,l is Juki wbal oceui red al Hi" i i. Hug ,.r lhe Association or Selene, ror New Mexico, held in th,. Out Pgl nee ibis forenoon W I: RdlngtOTl, professor ,,t msthematlci at tin- Unl it seeks to i principles WILL NOT GO TO JURY FOI WE K City. A train of de facto troops arrived here today from Ouimsn, near the American line, Another troop train larrving the troops from CkSSS 0 ran das and Pearson is expected to arrive hen- late today. 'rinse IrOOpS wile old d conceii- t rated here b) Oeneral Oongalss for 1 se iii relnforclna 1 1, neral Tre Ino'i lores in ChlhUahUS Cflty should ad dlttonal troops be needi d thgra BO" i ause of the large numbei killed dm lug tin. siege 'ibe Ouamait t ps .line,! in iheli ens in the railroad Attorneys I Rebuttal $60,000 1 1 led in I in Case Now Be I y I y- I Dak uourt, hi rds ceil rallro bile nuth ,1 waltlns orders to oi Ho Mexican v pro ni i ni V'( RDER CHARG AGAINS1 AI i urn 10 DRIVI I, re. John Milne Ol A IbUqilSI qUS and it, . TivinitiK ,,r La duces, on the membership committee The follow ing were elected lo fin vacancies In the dub membership W B, Carroon, Of Simla .'e. I'.yioii .1 Read Of Nllvel I , 'ii , T 1 ' M '" I. u v . or go CO I ro , J, M ; in, kh v . ,,r C'lovls Up lo thll evening I.L'llll teaillels, most nl Ihent from outside ,,r Pants Fe, ha.i registered totual rounl of the grrlval by train since irrida) In 1 dlcateg Hon tin re are t.&oo visii,.i. v In, ,1. all rilldlllg SOmfOI table a, i commodationa I...., rnor Wclcomi's Ih-leitni, II did nol lake lllll this alternooc I for the educattona! sssoclatiun t. iol 'inio swltm The opening formalities 1 of addlChses of Wclco bv r . , ' M,l looobl A II It) II I, eh. ill' of Ma v or i i H tl ,i i'realdcnl .lose h genu ot hoiird of edili nihil) Nil) .IINll c ov el III iraoivN, muknai seieiii wsso wish Red Oak, low c Nov. Vltornevs for Hie plaintiff offered rebuttal tes timony todaj m the 180,000 libel sull Of .' p" Jones, .I '. ilnst .1. N ill.' i son, In w In. Ii I s alleges thai Wit- kerson uhargi i him with responslhli ity for iii,- ave murders" in villi In i in jos. ph M ', one oi the victims was S business rival of Jones- Thomas Poston of Vllllscs tisiiried thai the m. hi Kd Landers said he though! he saw Kd v. Jones enter the Moore home Lander was iii ii restaur. ant and that lie did nol go home ni in :;,, o'cloi i. Landers stated pre viouslv in lhe trial thai he bad gone home shout s o'clock, I number of w n ncsses u-si u o i the reputation ot Mrs. Alice vs lllsrd I r.,r M i.oitv was "bad,'" Mrs wiiiin.i OH Hie stand lasl week, told of lo al lll ., murder plotted near th,. Moors home when sin- remembered sui h eon. el .sallon as ge, hii easv i ESdward Landers was recalled lo me Miami lod. IV and asked lo tell ol a eon venation he had lasl wsek with r V. Jones He testified that Jonag said, km. don'i teii what you ha in t ,. , I...I Mr .lol.es. I do III want i, tify.' and Mi Jongs said think those gttOl m-vs will b Hung OUt and don't you sav about it ' " other wltnssses on tin, stand testi , f( ,i thai a Jones ami H Mi , . ,,ii bm ii, Oram. Iowa. Hie j morning aftei Ho mm. h i 'I he ease W III nl go tO Hie tll v III. 1 ni next week, a. cording to th nttoi i ! neys, parts ,.r first," the rest Bdward Landi i lo d iiiik an) an) ' bins ! Denver, Nov. :; ' An Information ehargins murder in the second degree wa.s Hied bv lOhn V Hush, dlsll let .11 lornoy, in district courl today, against Theodore K Nolsnn, well known busl n, inn n of Denver, SS a result of the' death or Ito) .1 Knapp, II, "ho eras 1. ill, , I t Ida v n lo u a WOtOfbycle be u 1 IrilllS collided With Nelson's all (olio, I. lie. NelSOn vviis tele naed on !..uiiu bii Hale of Hie Iii ailin: ha nol been set. The automobile w ., . .... uplsd b) M 1 all, Ml . N. I 011, Out vv bl. Ii ,,r III,' Iw , 1. driving ibe machine has not been determined 1.. tits satisfaction or the dlsll b I 1,1 101 n, j ' t it 'on to , determine this nod to phv reaponsl hint) r,,i Hie a. . Ident is to ba made. a llo,; to Mi llUSh, Tiie funersl of 1. napp, n ho was in,, father ,,r Ihres small . htldn u. stag held yesterday. Transcript Itenelms snpn inc nut 1 Washltigtop No. . ri.e Iran Si rip) III the 1 ! of Hie MISSOUl I. 1 iklahoma and in ir 1 silt ond hnai n to lent I he coIihIII lltllllislll 111 t III Id amson law, was received lots todn) at Hi supreme courl fhs depnrtmenl an to wbelbel I hi . IS wool. I be duel. eotod Imnii dlatel) ni tenipot a) iv 1: 1 1, 1 llle I I 4 n ; e I 1 1 ' I WUS ' , nl ,1 1 1 e I I o i coMri foi western Mlaeoiiri iw whiph t iir Intend I i . oil, II legs, pr fx pou i nli Mile i ,1,1 ol I Whlb ! drive "i in, ted ' Hun id lion. f,. tmei . wtthui el ,llo I ' follow Tin n punrt the asso tiigbn, o i the il a I.,, mo I I ctlooh, loi s, Moo and I! of Carl bad lallon, Mliitc , ol , lb. u, Ilu ,1 I II 11 hud ,1, I, a il In, Ise H, oiibih mionwl .. . l.l mi nl The I lollS M held III MlliiIC i..i. mi idle i iii i in i ioii Alvan filed m w it b 1,1 v iq In a Hill. Ill, V hll, Il IIS 11 tared a nttmbai nt school leglsl ttlon of ol I Ii e he Sppl 1 1 ' I A l eSl I Mini of polltll a I l'e 1 1 -1 pr, sldegl of r normal school 111 Mil i v m ay He i ong In 1 he ived a plaWslns ami t and again held lh fl in ered his annual sddp Sr. IO',, ,1 M. IIW r,i , noon was slvi I be i kin uhti ml u, w ilgl icisiiv of N. vv MsxioQ, prooontsd 'i PSisi on 'The PrlHClpIs Of I 'out In nil v In I I. menial MathsmstllW," Il was an aide and pure!) Scientific uipei, but it brought up tin. ..id rllsousslon between I hi piactlcal engineer gpg ibe teachei or purs mathematioa to Hi,, ninny of calculus and thn whole ii,, m oi hlghei mathomatios, i Profossoi lidlngton sum mod n up by rtsolnring that II Is sasj to toil thai the englneoi who drags s elm in is hoi Ibe fellOW who look tllghOI imithe- matics in oollegi Prorsssoi' T D. Hodgeri ot the Normal university added thai It Is a luck of . oinple I (tension ol he luacilcil uppllcnllons thai can he mad,, ot hlghsi mstoo iii. iii. -. Profsaaoi .I I) ria ik of the i i nlvcrslt) oi New Mexico oltod an -ample i Wisconsin, where ihe ap plication ot Hi,.-,, prlnclplon has ie,i I t dlffei'enlialioii In nillirial il,.io1la ii.i ii,, sulu Hons of proMonu met therewith inc. r venu I millions of doi- i I a i h lo lhe si. ilc ! I'rofeaaoi (lodgers laid down thn dictum thai no teacher can afford to givi in-, pupil iii in- known The pu pii in u i no i i, usrmlttod to iav thinking iimi in- i all (hers is to 1. 1 a. iv Man) a student who Imagines be has finished Seoul -.ii, basit'l e. en begun, Thai lhe hardest Ihlni man has lo, , o, io, Is f,Mllled llollollH Was tile iienlarullon ui Prof, A, f, Barns of i th i H. He InSiStOd that the liillid I-. nol bound by ,hyslcnl Urn, I it Ion We aio not bound l one ' i I) i. ' 1 v i . . i lenee " was Ills ilediii - 1 i on i, ..I b. eiuphaslxod thai 1 1 i i i. lo kind ot a teacher In e.on turn . 1 1) , 1.m, Mllon r, lli,- line . hu nradtloht, bu ratal ot Mm Il i . oi. lead a papal bj I '. , ii i toi l o. it. llSWstt, entitled : l.i . In 1131 w blob dwell upon I hi luHuully ,t Santa Fe, the element a I idi i a - Hy unique end which i a is bite, iiii-ai dlstln. m. oi ii. ill , ,v . , lnii of the rtantu l ol ' t b. intK was lllumraied I'lc-w'.-v i r" , Jones of the School v .Ii .1 over the Assix 1st ... meeilng. prof, it ... lion (be b I, n,p l,o In I lit t's-.ftTli . a " Cosnssittee lieta Down lu Work Oerniil I 1 Washington, Nov .'.' in preps r Secintsn i lion foi Hie hal l grind of flnlsl.n.K up I,, S1 I, business In i Inan sight) wot kins i, . . days, ilu- house appropriations .oio quartet 1 Mill, o go! down I,, Work "ii the no Ho.i n,r .1, proprlstton bills today and look ttplgnarlns slim first I he IralslallM. elleclitlv, m.l ,( ,, ludlclal ssjoaMr .n tying Seoul 9 n. Veussed h 019,999, President " ,,l i ol. , nl. 1 Mtalnj i . ,,,,,,.- will, , i ins by attend. oursc, hy arhv u local resl-jlowi The nam Is repc Itsr closini Instead ol as at I-1 . . arc he ll i , ., ins that with Sleep , ped from most iv feel will, it ilng,