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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Tuet-day, November 28, 1916. PUNJAB PURSUES EVEN COURSE IN REGARD 10 WAR Inhabitants of Indian Prov incc wore ncttuiiy oihivw by Revolutionary Plots, i, have no sympathy with rrvolu. tlonary ideas The (allure f Pj' w mi iniffw to Die essay stories wiM'h have boon published abroad to II ffr. i thill the powder lr:"" rM 1., i,i n India and nr-eded onlV th P plication Of fire to net tl off The eoneplrwv in iiieatiin l"d i' (K two trmln renter San Prnm is'O tn.i Vancouver, tii. former cltj uin matel) llpelng the latter Tin- ptoi oea back t" the beertnnlns of if'" wi n one Bhagwan Hafk. ,"""'""" Indian aedltlonlst. went to Vancouver to epeeloua agitators '"" eeamon monger egslnst ino Hiiti"ii ' ... . iii.iiii The K'i"v:'ii' "' the talnad "ii Hu n arrival tl port, or In tha Punjab, but tha ma)oVtt "f tbam, v im arart suppasesd to ba psseaful Mibjcota, asss allowed to go then we) gad ii ivelOd to tbf Junjiiii where, ; ii appeared leieri the room violent at ,.N. ,- proceeded I" mart the revolt Tneli plan" were, howovaf cpnsld, ersti) disorganised by tha lael that man? of thali lot dan had ban in- H i in d on arrival In India. "Till' oilJW'tN Of till' HWllllonlHtH. IIH aat forth b) copies of tha Qhadr and othar avldanoa produced j t tha trial, wore malnl) thsoe tha reduction f Indian troopa and 1 1 hxT. the mas nacre of loyal subjects ami officials, hi. brswking of Jails the looting of in Ainu's, union with forsigti ana mlea, tha commission of decoltiee, tha prot nihil: of arma, tha foundation of live: will nlwaVH Maki- i i Phelllon baa not mom i inn i i aar at Kill the white-, and with their OTpaeS I'.nKlanil shonluiK, Kill. pri pi 1 1 (lie reil the K i ll 1 1 ' I Fthaswan Hlngh ttiix I deported f eedltlon ii Simla, tsssa, Oct : I.;, n pti incg of tin-twenty-five million H . peaceful!) puraula itttrdy men of tin Mpartani among the i The i I il Uli.it In , with It (.III-, the tint the . I Of the nil arm Co about the i b) tha name I bi i of tht i rtevi loned. I name lima a i ,r Hardial. i oiispirai y w lardlal, wlm. din th nn nt'M t borne, ami there la it rayn that tin wen put to ct ..... ..I Inwa lit In I ; li it III it nt. h few monthe nao an the reaug of the elaborate revolutlonar) i i t which had ii inception among tin Indiana in, the Pai If tC count of Ann I h .1 Thm ajMI-BrttMi odnaplrac) which in nnhi to have been the it pratan tionn ninci the uevartobe-forfotter mutiny of i - if, failed bai auaa of lack if wiiinii.it 10 India anil many of tha aivh-achemeri have bttn punished At a time whin Ihln ininlr wan virtual- h Aenudad of troopa, which had bean nent to the arloun Ihealiin of war, the Punjab Wa of stale with Sh Mi chael truwyer, in Hriiian nauwnani lovetic I .11 the helm, nafely weath ered a nforin Mini miKliI have swept aii (noli) kad th naplratora met With Uc aynipathv which they had expect,., I intone, their people The nton Of the plan of revolt, wlih h turn hitherto: been told only in brief offi cio Mrnfrapha, v an ralatad to raw reaefXMtlve of the Aeeociated I'renn by sit Michael I'DwfW, Ifcinai I.11I1I1 4 iin-pn ,n The history Of thin COneplraC? In obO of the iihiki reroarkablf In the nttlaln of India, and It In a hlftory wTlh a moral." Iiegan Hit Michael "It liemonatratae thai while there are po lllical liplrattefM In India as there, are and iniint he 111 any ' OUntl w Inch 1 1 eneeeraeei KM ' W H Mnr 11 What a pity shedoesn t know that Resinol Soap would clear her skin "She wmild he a pretty .'irl, if it wasn't liu thai piSiply.Dlotl h 1 uinplrx Ion!" But fha tifuUtr use ol Reel no! Soap, aided .it tirsl by 1 lUtll RaaJnol ( lint incut, woi iii I probably nuke it clear, Ire sli ami ( Iihiimih;. II .1 fr I km id four handicap, begin uiit RaaJnol Soap and sec Imw ipni kly it improves. 1 I s...,. 4 Ke. I i MetaMMi i tuiit bi til Ina . MR,JfI m, I,, tl Haul iiwil, yaWBMNW tl. I e.i 1 id h wa b) the w n is now believed to 111 many, i a man of treat Intellectual at tain m nta ami a brilliant !' ak 1. I.IH unfortunately OnWreij ousi 'Mlt'i- loua He wiih edui aicit at 1 Wfoi .1 aa it nchoinr by the aoveannwstn w Indl 1 .mil appaara w hll In BnHiand, ami per ha pi even earlier, to have b Omi ImbUI I w ith a pMsnionalc i :u I hatred which developed Info mono mania Aft. 1 leaving Wford in- de voted in" anargiea to leaehlng hm coiintivnien the name race haired which ho hlmaelf poaeeaeed He eventually ran fr the I niied Si lit ' when proceedlngi had boon takan iiKainst him a an anarchist, and pro ceeded io Germany, bul not until the conaplracy which lie hi engineered w.ih perfected. 1 hum oi Hrditloa Rprrsda 'ilnrdiHi first lectured in San Kim 1 Is. o Oh nthelnm hut the result of hi presence there wag to Inoculate hut iinii, 111 hearen with aadltloui ami po lit, el oie. is Then- wi re numbera of in. pin emgrantj m California and Oi 1 y.in mill the flame ofl sedition began ti, spiead amoim these slates Ah 1 have already mild, the ground had been prepared In Vancouver ami thin ami neighboring places also proved fertile dlatrieta for Hardial'a propa ganda. "Duril K a lent to St. John's, "rC- pob, in lilt, Hardial proposed to atari a reVOlUttOnar) paper Which should he called t he Qhadr Mutiny I This plan ni'-t w Hh approval and ved moral and finam lal support In SI. Johns, Bridal Veil, Unton, Portland, Astoria and other places Tlicic al ready existed In OragOD a local asso Clatloh which had chhI Its lot V'th liar. pai. ami a second revolutionary no. li ly known an the Hindi associa tion of tiie I'a. tfic count wan formed io further the Idea of a revolt In India "II wan dccldi d to estahllnh the San Prani leco, that city to or- The fnsl ted Nov em - an violently murder and Sir Michael referred tO a report of tiie conaplracy trials, anj, continued: "Here are a fere extracts from the 1 1 evolutionists' ptfbllcationa produced Jut the inula whli-Ji will Indicate their J from f mind " Ileal with the KuropeHiin In such 'a w;iv that the) mlahi remember it J ,,. i oss the seas. 'Plghl for the country i kill the whites,' 'Be determined to I expel the tyrants 'Drink their Mood tio your heart's content,' and l.et us SfBli a irrs-llion- 'he iiu-iay is en tajngled in dlfflcultlea he la hemmed In I s the "tici man lion let tin all ko tOSel her.' "A poem which wan found In the pOI kcthoiik of one ol the nu n brOUghl io trial s also Inoerssttng aNhougfJ rather grueaome, li runs aa follows: nnteaotne Poem, 'KIM or die The nTOVernment of thc-r tyrants will not lam any longer. The time of thy departure han come. I.ct 1 1 a kill th" w hite. Take the coun tiv even at the cost of your lives Ho rend for u rebellion. Kill the wick i it ami tyrannic Duropean, it is very (asv to kill him, lo not leave any trace of him Do noi leave him until jrou havi taken iiis life, fettltpatft ' the whole Million. Set fire to ull the churches kiii ail Duropeans, men and "omen ahow them no mercy Kill j them Io a finish Sacrifice them on tin. altar of tha sword, Spare neither I parents nor offspring Voti should ifiav Europeans alive, no that they may remember it for axes to come with out a rebellion out in- unhappy, tlly, you have your dlspiianl mi the riven Will nil up to kill.' "Tim revolutionists gradually fore gathered in some KanSs and laid plans tor the ,0111 mission of roldierien and other utilrsgejs. partly to terrorise the loyal popuhi 1 ion pari I fm 1 1 p"i poao of aecttrlng fundf t.. finance the revolt in November and Decemberi 1914, various murders were commit ted and attetnpta were made to loot treasuries ami srseoela, but through the watchfulness of the police and the co-op era tlen of the people these revo lutionary plana were frustrated and late 111 Decern bes a larRe number of the ua iik leaders wore rounded up mid imprisoned, However, at the end of December matters once more began to assume a serious aspect. Certain revolutionists from BfBgal enme north and assum ed direction or affair- vmiIi the re sult that some noi l nf 01 p a niz it ion was established out of tin- chaos Kmis- aariec were net to work collectlni ma terlaln for homha, a honih f.-nion was eatSbllahed at JhalM-wal. and other .steps wen- taken to further an out break. Outraeaa CommlUi d. "Towarda the end of January dacol ttrs wero tommltted at i . 1 ion.-- piacei By tin combined effori or the peo ple and the police number of 1 he leadera were arrested from time to lime hut the oiftrares continued Headquarters for the rebeli were es- laldished at Amritsar and I..1I1010 and It wan decided that on l-Yhruary "1. in 1 '. 11 gensrsJ rising ahould be at ti milted. Aooordmgr) meaaengera wcie sent out to aevaral cantonments to announce to the Indian troops Hie coming revolt From the very be ginning, of Bourse- attempts had been made to seduce ttoons In the distri- huMon of jyterutute aruj bv personb ( onfacl. hut In all hut a fi w eases these attempts mot with complete failure and the army, like the civil population, remained st tdfastly loyal. "In pursuance uf thelt plana the revolutionists prepHi-od homls, col lected arnin, provided Inst rumen ta for deatroylng rail way a ani telegraph! and drew up n declaration of w.ir. One important thing they had overlooked, however, and that wan the vigilance of the poluj- and the hiistiSJN of the people towards the revolutionary movement. The rebels became sua- I iciiiuh ftRall) and antedated the time of the rising Io February It, bul thin. loo I nine known to the authorities and when the loaders assembled in Lahore to start the conflagration they wcie surrounded in a bomb factory ami arrested by tin- government for. as "Thus the outbreak in Lahore never took place and as the signal was not given in that city Hie other proposed 1 1-mts collapsed, This really was tin 1 mi of tin main revolutionary enter prise, although for many months mur- tlert were done and isolated outrages win 1 11 1 1 1 ni i 1 1 eil bv small bands of the 1- ilgniflcanl to note that the people I f Punjab, having, as has been point ed out. no lympathv with the revolu tion try plans and growing tired of the lawless acts. Ml many cases gave In tuitu,! t ion agalhSt ths rebels and as ileted the authorities in their arrest. As a result while there undoubtedly ere numbers ol original conspirators living ui the Punjab, the lawlessness has been suppressed anil this exotic movement, foreign to the ideas and I I idltlnna of people who pride them .-.. Im s on their loyalty, has died from want of the sympathy and support the mlagulded leaders had counted upon. Two Trials Held. The men who WON arn'stcil were deal! with in two trials In the first trial fifty-seven accused Chiefly re turned Sikh emigrants, were convict ed and of these fifty-one wore found iiuiltj of offenses punishable by death. The tribunal, however discriminated between the degrees of guilt and pass, i ii the death lentence on only twenty four and the alternative aentence of deportation for life on the remainder, Uf EEKS BREAK-UP-A-COLD TABLETS (B3srrnr-v Nip 11 mill in the. bud; i.'..J . Ket war tW ' -I i'l-iik ui. 11 niii uanu-.tt-nl Its Al All UrugallM. " J IO Uim. " i Seventeen of thoae condemned to death had their ecnteneea commuted to transportation. o that only seven wire executed. In the second trial, lifty-nlne men wen convicted hut on ! fne of th.-se actually suffered the death penalty Besides those who were punished through the courts. some half a dozen met their death in (unflict with the police and people. "Plotting among the revolutionary section of the Indians in America un idoubtedl) continues but we ate keep nm 1 . lose watch on (hem, not that we fear a set ions outbreak but be cause we wish to protect the people of India from the murders and robber ies practiced by those conspirators who returned at the outbreak of the oar 1 understand that the attention of tin United States Kovemment has 1 . i n . ailed Io the matter. "In conclusion I mlirht add this per tinent fact. Out of the lHO.nihi Indian troops recruited for the British army sin., the war boKan tho Punjab, though Its population Is only one twelfth that of the Indian empire, has (umlahed per cent, and of these no less than one-third are Sikhs thoiiKh they fm m only one-tenth of the popu lation of Ho- Punjab. Thus the mis deeds of a. few thousands of the com munity so far affecting the traditional loyalty ( the Sikhs has only stimu lated tin Sikh nation to greater sef 0CG and greater sacrifices 4n the cause ol the empire to which they are proud to belong." SHIPS FEAR SUB RAIDS; FORSAKEjJSUAL ROUTES Y MOSS, SO JOURNAL IHtCIAL LIAtCO A uf Boston, Nov, 27 The trans-Atlantic ateamer lanea south of Nantucket Shoals lightship, in the vicinity of which five ships were sunk by the 1 lei man lUbmsrlne IT-53 on October H. was virtually (dear of foreign traffic today, aci ordlng to reports received hero. This ajijiarellt jihaniloujncnl of he regular rowte of ships wall thdught to ho due to wireless warnings sent out yesterday by the British cruiser Lancaster, off Sandy Hook, ndttfying ateamer captains that Qenman war submarines were supposed to be in the vicinity. Incoming ships reported a round sea that would ordinarily interfere with extensive submarine operation GIRLS! TRY II! HAVE THICK. WAVY BEAUTIFUL 1 Every Particle of Dandruff Disappears and Hair Stops Coming Out, Draw a Moist Cloth Throu Hair and Double Its Beauty at Once, Your hair becomes llghl wavy, J ' mo.. ....... ; a.... a, p, uri i, .,,, I . il i I l IM .1(1111111 '. I kJ girl's after a "Danderin,. ha , dJ? Jyst try J his moisten a tjjotfl little Danderine and carefully draw a through your hair, taking one n strand at a time. This will , Pai, ' the hair of dust, dirt ami ej m oil and in just a few moment! vu have doubled the beauty ol your hit. Hesidcs beautifying the hair u ,., Danderine dissolves every partlcU of dandruff; cleanses, purifies and trivig oratea the scalp, forever stoppine itching and fallinir hair. Hut what will pleas., you rnott win ho after a few weeks' use wi)Pn . will actually see new hair fine ind downy at first yes hut really nj m hair growing all over the icalp k you aro for pretty soft Hatr and lot. of it- siirelr Ret a 25-f-nt at,,. , Knovvltoti's Danderine from any drug, gist or toilet counter, and uat try it' Save your hair! Beautify it! foil will say this was the best 2T, cent you ever spent, Want a high (raitn rmpioyrT or thr i.h tr ii i clr nf nrrTnntsr Make utr of the , j enliimnii nf th Journal. in to Qhadr newspaper end itaiiknit went ganir.o the undei Ink Ititi Issue of the papei was d her i. 1811, the organ ' anil hi it iii and preaobetl BAD BREATH Dr. Bdwardi1 Olive Tablets Get at tin.' Cause atal Remove It Dr. Edwards' Olhn Tablets, the ittb Mttuit i-a calomel, art gently mi the buweli and poaitivch do the work. l'miilc alllnttil with had htcath fitvl iiiak r li i through Dr. Edwards Olive rgbteta. lhi pleatant, Mtg.ir ooated tablet i ire taken tot bad breath h all who know tin in. Dr. htdwards' Olivt Tableti id rui thf Ini fttinlv n the howelv and liver, ittmutating them to natural action, 1 1, iring the bl id and genti) put ii Ing the entire lyttctn The) do thai which dsngrrt ui calomel docs without any oi snpii 111); pain u Dr. I . formula if tkt among and hvrr i had bri itl Dr. I ds Iv a vege nllvi" nil - i i ol naity, lickening, an derived from Dr. 'I abk ti without grip dliagreeable effccti. I wiids discovered the trenteeti vcan of prac ii afflictt .1 w itli bowt t Im vviih the ittendint 511 VI Tlhletl arc pure compound raised with ill kn m tht "i bj their c one or two every k and noti tht i (feet (kicouraqemenV Gjpeciam rfgtnenr. .Thu is rjocvJiirihS J l imp lot t. a.. t and (ImitL" t f . C- mutiny in every sentence All In dians were urged to go home with the ggproSS ton pose of committing mur der, causing revolution and expelling the British government. These facia we know not only from reading cop let of the pa pel which lubseejusnUy feii into out bands, but from evidence I mill out at the trials here In In dia of the ringleaders of the conspir acy. The work of distributing this pa per In the various Indian dialect, throughout India ami among the In diana of America ami the Strati Set tlements was undertaken by the Hindi association which formed branches a( Portlsnd, Astoria st John, Sacramen to, Stockton, Bridal Veil and in vari ous other places The association also took further measures to prepare In dia for a revolution, these including an appeal to foreign nations for help Meetings Held "The holding of seditious meetlngl ahum wnh tiie propaganda of the (lhadr was decided upon and these meetlbgi wcie continuous up to till outbreak of the wai Ths first meet jl Hie of thll nature was held in Nora ll mentn, in Dei ember. 1911. Portrait I of famous ledltionlsts and nurderera I Were shown and Inf latniuatory mot toes were d ispla ed Hardial made ii I speech in May. 1814, In which he told his audience that ciermany was gel ting ready for wai with Bngland and thai ii waa time foi tha Indians In .Inn 1 1. .1 to return home for a revo lution 'fins utterance oi Uardlnal is ilgniflcanl in thai it Indicates he knew Qermany's plans some months before war w it declared We have no doubt of Herman connection wiih the con iplracy to cause a revolution kn India, bul it is circumstantial evidence of thll liiiid upon which we must depend t i itabllah I he fad Mat dial when compelled to leave the United Mates left an organisation and agents be hind him to cart) on ins revolution- tr program "Meetings of a aimllar nature fol lowed at Berkeley, Stockton, Astoria. Pun lab purauea No I 1 lalley - . . Preann Upland Seattle, Washington, Aberdeen and other places, it was al n Unas held 'I .1. ise. California. carh In .1 it 1 1914. that vows Were lak, n t t,, t,, in, tut to over throw the i btiiiK government. At i meeting at Osnard neai tbe end of Jul) it was announced that the time fpi the rebellion had come The pre diction m .v made thai flreal Britain WOUld hive I., loin the war and that revolution would break out in Bgypt, Ireland, South Africa and elaewhere. Funds were collected at this time and plans wi ie begun im tha return, The leadera Immediate!) started to beat up ui nut-. tenon and California and hurried them toward Han FYaneieeo i ui August ti several thousanad In dians fiom various sections appeared for a me. ting in s.n t amenta and it TNE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of EL PASO, TEX. STATEMENTS OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF EL PASO, TEX. .$5,301, IS';, 17 XV. NOVEMBER 17, 1914 r " ASSETS Loans and investments V. S, Bonds $9504X50.00 C ash 737,401.45 Exchange 980.072.18 2,668,073.63 'v ' k $8,169,562.80 N " " LIABILITIES Capital Surplus and profits f Circulation Emergency Circulation Rediscounts i DEPOSITS Banks $1,208,230.74 Individual 4.103,790.67 United Stales 150.282.95 NOVEMBER 17, 1916 ASSETS Loans and investments .' $ 6,699,527.64 U. S. Bonds $ 850,000.00 Cash in vault 1,742,381.99 Exchange 2.517,488.82 5,109,870.81 l $11,809,398.4: $ 800,000.00 258,258.44 800,000.00 416,000.00 373,000.00 LIABILITIES Capital Surplus and profits Circulation Emergency Circulation Rediscounts DEPOSITS $ 800.000.00 317,151.09 684,300.00 V.. Ml 5,522,304.36 $8,109,502.80 Bank Individual . . , United -States ... .$2,883,547.32 7,113,039.37 IUU).o7 40,007,-947.36 $11,809,398,15 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ALBUQUERQUE Business Is Good Here, Too Statements of The First National Bank of Albuquerque, N. M. L I d to 11- J 1 Make k&ovn your vatits, er Jenlrcn, gad by all mcana ii "Midiicr'd Friend" nearby, for in ; it yuu ean pst eosplete confidence , and f.iil. ; n a tm ins Ot ISStettng i nature in aecomsUahlng lis wonflei ful work uf prepare tlos. ' Mutbcr'e Krlecd" aootheii tie dlMrmalng (laUia and given relief f. 'to morning gtel uewi, aa well ai- i hV,im mi imtrr le IWery. (jet a battle ' ynur drug gin uie eiternsi:.' - -and nete 1 lie iwfatilon re hed. A free b ini "n Mefliwlmod will lie sent all mothers. RTfttg for in Addrei-g Tbe Bradfleld Begulxtor Co UliS l.iuar in. g., that nun- man) ot iht m turn '" India fm re nit Vim alread) knos the atorj ot tin aalllnii nf the Knmagatu Mam froni V'ancouvei In Juh. I9M, wltn the di appointed and embittered Indiana who had been refueed admlaaton to Canada when the) attempted to land for 'in purppae ot Ihe main inmaptr a . nit hough i in- i, nil i nf i he eiM rlition, Ourdlt Klnah. vii.. knew all along that eansda nsvei would admit then people, appears to h kve planaert the trip larsely foi the purpose of era itltti mi Incident wtmli would Inflame Indian opinion against the Brltiah and thus divert attention from in- i I' . Ida i nit of till- Miltdo id ut men m st ..f whoss wee duped by Ourd.it sintth ty pronttaea nt seeunns Hu nt admlaaton o Canada aeverai. when their hopes Were not realised, did mi Hu n return oln those who mi grated to India fet the purpoae if re- Manj ite i atta Made, la nm aeoeasar) to detail Ihe de of the aii..iiN hog lee ol ie-iii"''- frost Vancouver nd sn wrif i" lulled i,n thr Pactfir anti at Khaachal and Hons .i"d th mm i'i nt n . IK NOVEMBER 17, 1914 ASSETS Loans ami investments $3,045,849.59 U. S. Bonds 425,000.00 Cash and exchange 1,131,463.83 NOVEMBER 17, 1916 ASSETS Loans and investments $3 913062f9S r- S. Bonds '425,'000.00 Lash and Exchange 1,749,287.54 . $1,002,313. 2 LIABILJ riES Capital, surplus and profits $ 402,374.71 Mrcuiauon Rediscounts 1 )coosits . . 410,000.00 145,000.00 3,644,938.71 $4,602,313.42 $0,087,350.49 LIABILITIES Capital, surplus and profits $ 615,898.68 Circulation 300,000.00 Rediscounts 223,074.20 Deposits 4,947,777.55 $0,087,350.49 1 . t t i 1 lilt I lift I NAIIUNAL DANK UL ALBUQULKQUt of them, whom e ttt'- aa .u :ro: esjsdynce, 1.