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BUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
CITY CITY EDITION EDITION Albuquerque Morning Journal, Friday, December 1, 1916. Dally by Carrier or Mll,70 a Month. Single Copies, M CHI. AJL i MACKENSEN I HIS FORCES DRAW HUH TO RUMANIAN GOAL Field Marshal's Advance Has Brought Him Within Shell ing Distance of the Forts That Guard Bucharest, RUSSIAN OFFENSIVE IS MOT PROVING EFFECTIVE Slavs Are Not Impeding to Any Great Extent Teutonic Invasion of Enemy's Coun try; All Calm Elsewhere, ... .ollllM JOURNAL tPICIAL LIAMO WIRI1 The forces of Field Marshal von l Mackensen are almost within1 shelling : the southern forts which nrotect Bucharest, the capital of Ru- mania. Driving along the railroad i n,.ith from Gluruiu. von Mac- ! kensen has captured the town of Tzo mana, sixteen miles south of Buchar est, and at last accounts was still making progress toward his objective. Meanwhile, the army of General von Falkenhayn is keeping up its pressure against the Rumanians west and northwest of the capital, In the center having forced the Rumanians to fall hack to C.lavntziotzu, thirty- leven miles from, Bucharest, and far ther north, having captured the town of Campulung, thus opening the way for tho unhindered advance of addi tional troops of the central powers through the Torzburg puss into Walla chla. The offensive begun by the Bus- dians in the region of Kirlibaha appar extent ! ently is not impeding to any the Teutonic' inroads into Rumania. Additional gains are conceded to the Russians in this vicinity, but again it In asserted that they have been dear ly paid for in oasitfilties. The Ruman ians on the north and northwest fronts have made progress in the Ru leu and Prahovn valleys. In none of the other theaterr has there Ueen any fighting of great in tensity, so fur as the official reports show. The big guns of the belligci ents on the front in France and Bel Rium are still active at various points. The only infantry engagement report ed was near Ypres, where, in an at tmk on a two-mile froit the British were repulsed, according to Rerlln. ftooh In i ;ini- Pofitterfeeord the re pulse of entente allied attacks in tho region of Alonnstlr, Serbia, where rain J and fog are hindering the operations. In the Russian theater, Turkish I troops have stopped strong Russian j attacks on the Zlota Lipa hiver in Ga lioia. The much-discussed hill providing for compulsory service of civilians for war service in Germany, known pop larly as the "man power bill," has been Introduced in the. reichstag. Tn introducing it, Chancellor von Beth-mnn-Hollwcg again reiterated that Germany was ready to end the war by -i peace guaranteeing the existence and future of the German nation. OPERATIONS ON FRONT FIIFXCH AT STAXDSTIIjI, Berlin, Nov. 30. .(By wireless to Suyvllie.i "Military operations on the French front virtually having it-ached a standstill, the newspapers ' the entente nations once more have begun to publish imaginary fig I'rea about German losses, which al ways loom up as soon as n0 success ful fighting can be reported or con tructed," says the Overseas News iRency. , Migiish and French newspapers 111 this P'iua o 1 ifri Vu frxMfwtr Via onmf thod," adds the news agency. ! - "First, thev nnl.iiuh nman insups I during the j!lst month, then during! the i... .u i .i. three m,,nit,o j ni fiiiv '"fy publish the total figures of the whole period of offensive in order jhu to create in neutral countries an "ipression of increasing German losses." SLIGHT IIopf. is IIKM) OFT Y)R THE RUMANIAN ARAIY London, Nov. 30. Although satls lm that the Rumanian army is stilt ""isolutely intact. Maj. Gen. F. B. Mau- rle. Chief l,.r.i . tion. ---- mivuui UL jiiinvaij wi.cit- at tho war office, told the As- "eited Press toduv that nv further! ". t.y the Germans would1 mean considerable success for them. Gen '' Maurice said: "There f -a no use minimizing; the -i mat the further advance of the i co'rr! aa step forward gives them thei district, while a still further kiu p"8 thelr I)0S8ession of tne oil th t ,s moving, however, and it li , that the Rumanian army is J Intact i, encouraging, w ,e" the German reports claim to fJri hfn n,y 1,20 men an1 a few Ust means that my prediction rnr Week' that no more than tho fuard would he captured, has Th T tha" f,,ITilled 'nr. , manians have been oeeupy- W, er"s "a."ent. wHh one army W -,' " m m th nrth while an ' Wait .ftr; - H4 ftd i,. """K up rrom the Danube t of arms. Whether this intact THE WEATHER TUB V BATH Kit TOUt-CAST. Denver, Nov. 3". New Mexico: Fri day and Saturday fair; not much change In temperature. LOCATj WEATIIKIt REPORT. For twenty-four hour, ending at Iff yesrorday- Maximum temperature, &8 degrees; minimum, 12; range, 4fi; temperature at 6 p. m., 44; south wind; clear. army means make a stand before the oupltal remains to he seen. 'Pursuing the tart leg with which we have become familiar on the west front the German official commu niques have been falsely announcing that our successes at Salonikl have only obtained a partial objective, but as a motive, we have won the posi tions desired, the Serbians and French Zouave, taking a very important hill on one wing, while the Italians won their objective on the other. "The weather on the west front has been so vile that operations by either side of any Importance has been ut terly impossible." ATTACK IX CARPATHIAN'S MAY HELP Rl'MAXIAXS Potiograd, Nov. 30 (via 1mhIoii, Pec, I.) A violent attack begun by the Russians In the Carpathians, if successful, lH expected by military criticis to relieve the pressure upon I Rumania and possibly avert the crisis i caused by the concentric advance on ! .Bucharest of the three groups of tlio forces under Generals Falkenhnyn land Mackensen. The Russian opera I tions are directed at that portion of ne front in whii h the Germans strove to make breach between the Russian armies and the forces defending Ru mania. Military observers say that the wedge which the Russians are report-: etl to ue driving nut, me ,onm , rln(l)f w, ,mljn,ujn order for the pres and Kirlibaha positions is of great . . . . .,),,., io,1M re strategic Importance. The orrniui : reports indicate that the Russians, jhave already achieved a considerable: j penetration of the Teutonic lines. In i Russian military opinion the logical ( effect of this maneuver would be the : forced retirement of General Falken-j hayn'a forces in Transylvania. Rumanian Retreat Halted, bunion, Dec. 1. The mention .in the Rumanian communique of violent fighting on the Gluvatzlotzu river is retarded here as showing that the Kumaman retreat nas naueu, nun that a stand Is being made on that stream to contest tho advance on Bucharest from the west. There is nothing to indicate, however, whether this action is intended as a final ef fort to save the capital or whether it is merely u cover, to permit the main Rumania forces to take positions on tho Argrisehe rivtr, some fiftj m les further to the east. it LISSASSITEDJ Fl ' , Italian Manufacturer Believed to Have Been Victim r 0T j Black Hand Organization; Had Received Threats, i: TIT MORNIN9 JOURNAL leiCIAL LIA1IO Wlrt San Francisco, Nov. 80. Oaetano Turgrassio, a wealthy manufacturer, was shot dead on one of the main thoroughfares of San Francisco's Iatin quarter during a pitched battle with three assailants, said by the po WEALTHY IN IS SA CO lice to be members of an Italian se- . MOWN,Na jouknol ipicial liad Vim cret society. Berlin, Nov. 30 (via wireless to Say- Joe Redone and his two nephews, ville.) The Rumanian defensive po Antone and Joe Redone, were ar-sltlons in the mountain district east rested tonieht and the jiolice are in-! vestigating their supposed connec-. tions with threatening letters said re- , cently to have been received by Tur- j grusslo.- ' I Antone and Joe redone, the, vounger, were wounded by bullets from the tw0 revolvers w ith which Turgrassio defended himself. According to the story told the po- lice bv sneclal nolicemun who saiii he had witnessed the affray, Tur- street 1 crn.iislo was walking down the when he was accosted by Joe Redone : who. after a few words, drew a re-j vnlver ilid onened fire. Redone then i was joined by his two nephews, wlio liegan shooting. rusilliule of Shots. Turgrassio, wounded- took shelter behind a stack of crates and returned the fire. Shots were exchanged for ten minutes before Turgrassio fell to the ground, fatally wounded. Young Joe Pedono, who, when ded. ran Into a nearby house. returned at this juncture, the special j.oliceman said, with a rifle. nunninK , to where Turgrassio fay, he placed j the muzzle to the dying mans nea I and fired. The dead man's! wife told the po lice tonight that Turgrassio had Just finished his Thanksgiving dinner with his family when he was at tacked. Her husband, she said, had gone heavily armed since the receipt of threatening letter recently. Neither Antone nor Joe Pedone was seriously wounded. Russian Offensive Gains. Petrograd, Nov. 30 (via IX)ndon1 The new Russian offensive In the Car pathians has resulted in considerable gains, it is announced officially, heavy fightin? is proceeding for possession of the Important pass through the Carpathians at Kirlibaos and today's announcement says the town is now within rifle range of the Russians. MILITARY RULE HIED SANTO 1 TO KEEP PEACE United States Navy Takes Charge of Condition in Lit tle Republic for Purpose of Preserving Order, 1,800 MARINES WILL BE USED TO POLICE ISLAND Protectorate Is Same as Es tablished by American Gov ernment in Haiti; Change Effective Without Bloodshed BY MORNINa JOURNAL tPICIAL LVARKD WIMI1 Washington, Nov. 3D. Military rule ! London. Doc. l. 1 lie funeral pro has been proclaimed In Santo Domln- cession of the late Kmperor Francis go by the t'liitcd Stales navy to sup- I .Joseph, says a Vienna dispatch re press existing political chaos In the celved byway of I'.rme, left at 2 little republic and pave the way for guaranteeing future quiet by estab lishing there such a financial and jio lico protectorate as the American government now exercises over Haiti. Eighteen hundred American ma- I ent and at least l held In January, their officers will supervise the conduct of government by native officials and disburse the customs revenues which American re ceivers have been collecting by treaty arrangement for nine years. The navy proclamation Issued yes terday apparently has been put into nouneed here today by Secretary Dun- iels in the following statement: j "Capt. H. S. Knapp, In command of j the United States forces In San Do- ( .nt,t.,i nw,-1 Mm, in crtnmliniifc ! with 'instructions received, military governnient has been proclaimed by him in Santo Domingo at 4 p. m. ij . veilllHT 1'. rtll wi.ii.-i w.. I ,.i. ii, ... i ,.uu,.u : ry ng urms or having them in posses- I : . . , . ,,, ,. , vembcr 20. An order regarding car rying urms or having them in posses sion has been put. in effect. Payment of salaries of government officials wilt be resumed Immediately. Proclamation Well Received. "The celved. proclamation was well rc- Conditions are reported 11S being normal and the great the great majority i of the ,,.,.,i il.s i.io.-lMoiation ' 1 I ... ..,., t Although no publicity has been ! eiven to the government's decision to adopt such measures, Captain Knapp's action was tho result of plans careful- j OI'I'ICI AI.S OF FMBA.KSY ly worked out by state and navy dc- j ATTFVU KKOI'IKM MASS partmenificiuls ulc. cer fctciucs j with Minister Russell, recalled from New' Yoi kT v. .ft). T;epreseiiTi Kanto Domingo for the purpose, and i tives of the An.stro-IIimgariiin em conslderution of full reports from the i hassy at Washington, tho Austro naval officers on the scene. j Hungarian. (Jermnn, Spanish, Iutch. Captain Knajip, recently sent. to I I relieve Jiear Admiral Bond in Domin - i j lean waters, carried w ith him com- IPletO instructions for his task. i tugn otriciats mane n plain tnat toe j Washington government Is deter-) mined that there shall be no renewal i of the revolutions in Haiti or Santo i Domingo, which for years liave ren dered the island a source of menace to the international relations of the United States, because of the foreign capital Invested there. RUMANIAN POSITIONS ARE UNDER PRESSURE of the Alt river now are more and j more under the Increasing pressure of j General von Falkenhuync's advancing army, says the Overseas News agency. After tl0 victory near Tig-venl, on, November 26, the fate of the position at ( urtea de Arges, was uoomeu ami there the monument of the late King Carolx of Rumania fell into the pos session of General von Falkenhayne. In southern Wallachia Generul von Mackensen's armies are advancing Ir- reslstably, continues the news agency, while in Dobrudju the miigcrs, togetn er with Turkish artillery, repulsed Russian attacks. Bucharest Is de clared to be changing Into a war capi tal. Half the population have left the Rumanian capital, according to re ports published by the Swiss newspa per Berne Bund, and accommodation in the trolley cars is already limited. General Berthelot, the I''rench mili tary strategist with the Rumanian army, and the chief of pollen of Buch arest' are reported by the Ijikal An- Ueiirer to have issued an order direct- ini? the majority of tne population or tne caI,ital, expecially women and t.nifreni to leave the precincts of the fortress of Bucharest wltmn rivo nays Vtali Gives Wilson 0,MI0. Salt Luke City, I'tah, Nov. 30.- Final election returns announced to hv hv the slate canvassing board show that President Wilson tarried; every county in Utah anil the demo cratic state ticket carried almost every county. The final figures give for president: Wilson M.OUD, Hughes 54,133. Orr, Navy (iinrtrrliaek In Orr, the husky future admiral of the Navy football team, Coach Jones Ingram believes he has the prospects of excellent mateiial. Orr is another of this vear's men on the Annapolis j eleven, but he has proved himself a valuable addition to the team. FUNERAL OF LATE AUSTRIAN RULER IS OCCASION FOR GRAND DISPLAY Body of Francis Joseph Con veyed From Hofburg Chapel to St, Stevens Cathedral; Thousands Line Streets, HEARSE SURROUNDED BY AN IMPERIAL BODYGUARD Route Is Lined With Troops, Infantry and Cavalry; Peo ple Seek Vantage Points in Windows and on Roofs, (MV MORNINd JOURNAL IPKr.tAL LtABf O WIRIi O'clock yesterday afternoon on Hofburg slecliil, win re the body the bad 'lain In state since .Monday, and trav . ersed tho streets of Vienna by a cir cuitous route to St. Stevens cathedral. The hearse was drawn by eight horses and surrounded by an imp, rial body guard, lackeys and pages, tearing torches and crucifixes. ; Tho route was lined with troops, lu ' fun try and cavalry, and tens of ! thousands: of spectators crow. led tho pavements and the roofs and win- dows of houses. During the prog ress of the cortege, Kmperor ('barbs ' drove direct to the cathedral, where ! he waited with the empress, the kings ! of Bulgaria, Bavaria, Saxony and Wurttemhiirg and nearly a hundred other members of (lie Imperial fami ly and other royal houses. Cardinal I'lffl, arehliishop of Vlen- j assist.,, by four cardi- j "" ten bishops m,d Mrty-cg it j ' 1,-r.ir.. i win luut.iu.iuii ... inv funeral service. Kmperor t liarles . a ked beh nd the coffin 1o tho i u- imi hin church, This is a small edifice and only a few of the privileged were ! able to enter, the remainder standing outside (luring the final ceremony or -' 'K u' "' v,,,... . , i emperor, the grandmaster of the. 1 1 I, I.. . t. 'I'l... . 1 """""""" '-"j "' "ii; itjih aim loiioaiiy uaus-j f.-...,..,! i iw. i ... a , i.. n. ,..,.r,.i.. ..f it,. :i I. lie II UIU ijuh, hj inn i uniuuj 1,1 im f erred tho body (,upuchln monks and the golden monk. key of the coffin to the senior and South American consuls here, as well as many persons uf tPi-rmun or Austrian descent, attended today a solemn requiem muss for the late Kmperor Francis Joseph, In St. putrlck'H cathedral. Cardinal Farley presided. To Release Dutch Packet. Berlin, Dec. .'10 (via Rondon.) A semi-official announcement issued to day says the liutch packet steamer JConlngcn ltegciites, which was taken Into Zeehrugge recently by a German submarine, will be released. The an nouncement adds that the mall mat ter carried by the vessel will be de tained and examined for contraband such as currency and negotiable se curities. This investigation will de termine whether the malls will be forwarded to tlieir destination. y T Two rormer Enemies Partici pate, One as Groom and the Other as Best Man; Bride Is a New York Girl, IW MORNINV JOURNAL RRICIAL LARKD WIRII San Antonio, Tex., Nov. 3. Mem- ! hers of truck company No. 2 of the I'nitetl States army, celebrated ' Thanksgiving day today by attending , a wedding, in which tw o former j enemies during the Boer war partici- I patetl as the groom and his best man ! Standing in the truck driven by he ; bridegroom, Curl ,1. Studer was mar i rled to Alvina Kcndenbiirg of New York, the Itev. John K. Kendall, chap- )uin of ttlP Second Wist onsin Infantry Studer was a soldier in the Boer army during the South African war ami in the battle of Pradeberg fought against the F.nghsh command in which Nicholas Kale was a holdier. They became acquainted when they came to America to live, and whatever ani mosity might have existed because of past affiliations was wiped out when both took allegiance to I'ncle Sam as soldiers under the Stars and Stripes, the friendship culminating today in Kale acting as best man for Studer in the ceremony at Camp Wilson, full in CELEBRATED A S 0 GREECE REFUSES T F- ENTENTE ALLIES International Crisis Is Reached in Flat Turn-down of Ulti matum and Another Coun try Is Embroiled in WitV, ADMIRAL DE FORNET TO TAKE IMMEDIATE STEPS Debarkation of Troops at Poit of Athens Is First Move; French Officers Expelled From Telegraph Control, 1BV MORNINA JOURNAL tPICIAL LC'IIQ WlM liOliiUiii, Ihv. I. The Ore, k gov eminent bus sent a icply to Admiral I tin l'urnct, definitely refusing bis. demands, according to a lieuter ills- . i juttch from Athens. , ' An Athens dispatch to the I aily ' j Chronicle under date of November 30, ascribes the following statement ! to Vice Admiral du Foiirnel. in eoni- j 1 1 1 1 1 til of the allied fleet In Greek waters: "I Insist absolutely on the execu tion of my dcniujids and will see that they are realized, in split, of all o'1- : t-tucles. French. British and Italian detachments will be landed at all , points necessary. 1 will endeavor In avoid bloodshed, but will fulfill inV ! mission thoroughly." j The Athens ooiret.ponilcnt of the; Daily Mall Interviewed Vice Admiral du Fournot aboard bis rlagsblp, ami quotes hlni similarly to the corrcn pontlent of the Chronicle. The ud nilral said that he ditl not Intend (Ither to seize the arms or fire upon the Greek troops, but declared that unless the guns were surrendered, be would land large detachments which would not re-embark until bis de mands were compiled with. other coercive measures would be taken at the same time. "As I have most ample forces nt my disposal," the admiral sabl "and some of the heaviest and most pow erful nrtltlerv ill existence. I can see no reason why the anus will not bo quietly given IIP." Special dispatches from Athens dated Thursday say there is a grow ing state of anxiety in the city. The Greek garrison s.-eins to have with drawn Inland, taking arms, ammuni tion and stores. Two regiments left during the niahl Willi artillery. riT?- tllspan liis add 1l.:il-i:t t" w alarm in the streets Thursday morn ing, tine to the appearance of bands of reservists, but later it was ascer tained they hail been called for serv ice. The authorities secniftl to be do- i ing their utmost to preserve order. j The bourse Thursday was vciyi firm, indicating optimism. Al I ,n:s aim: iti iy TO HI X.I.N I, MUX(i TltOPS Athens, Nov. 11(1 (via loiitlnn, Dec. I.) The entente allies are ready to begin the debarkation of troops nt Piraeus, the port of Athens. The Greek government has retaken control of the postoffices und the tel egraph lines in Athens, expelling the French from control. CHANCELLOR THANKED BY KAISER WILHELM V MORNINfl JOURNAL RRtCIAL I.IABD WIRV Berlin. Nov. 30 ( bv wireless to Say villi'.) Kmperor William sent the fnllowlnir telcL-ram to Chancellor von! Bclliniann-llollwcg on the chnneel-, lot's sixtieth birthday: "I thank you from my heart for the loyal faithfulness with which in this most perilous time you have stood at my side, giving advice and assistance. May God give you In your new yea'' of life health and vigor for further work In the service of the king ami the beloved country. May Hi) give you ami us all a final victorious end of this stormy time of struggle." I MORTALITY STATISTICS OF HUNTING SEASON .....,,.., ray mornino journal rpicial lcarid wiri) Chicago. Nov. 30. KlglH y-slx per- sons were ki I and forty-one Injured lurlmr t Iw, bimlini! season ill fifteen n states, which closed today. The fig ures were compiled by the Chbitgn Tribune, which compares them with fifty-nine dead and sixty-six for last year, anil ill dead wounded for 1914. Carelessness- on the part of the 'hunters accounted for many of the accidents. Many of the victims were mistaken for deer. The following shows the deaths by states: California I. Colorado Illinois 1 : Indiana 3, Iowa 4, Maine 1, Michigan L'L', Minnesota V2, Hampshire 1, New 1 1, North Pakotu Wisconsin fi. Missouri 2, New Jersey 4, New York L', South Dakota 1, Wage Increase Announced. Newport News, Va., Nov. 30. An nouncement was made today of n general wage Increase by the New port News Ship Building and Inydock company which will average In the neighborhood of 10 per cent- The entire increase will be In effect by thoj fr first of tho year. OGOMPLY WITH THE DEMANDS 0 DIETING DOZEN DINES ON NICE ROAST CHICKEN IBT MORhlfta JOUHNAL lil'IAL If AM O W.RIJ Chicago, Nov. iiii. -The diet squuil had no tin Key today, but mslead lis member (lined Well on roast chicken and sin h oilier foods as could he pur i li.tNi-ii within the 40 cents a day limit. There was a total Ineicaso of just I'd pounds in weight since the beginning , nine tlavs ago of the test to prove (ho feasibility of living on 40 cents a day. This Increase was in spite of a loss of two and a half I o'inds since yesterday in 1 r Albert ,1, stokes, the squad heavyweight which was accounted for only by his dismay at facing a Thanksgiving din ner without turkey. Tomorrow's meals, will be: Hreakf.ist: Slewed figs, cereal, toast, butter, coffee. lainch: Itoston baked beans- 1-t-own lulslu, bread, celery, all, date salad, lea. 1 'inner: Tomato soup, baked lake trout, potatoes, bread and butler, Washington err i in pie, tea. REDISTRIBUTION OF BOX CARS REQUESTED lit MONNIND JOURNAL FACIAL LIAtfO WIRI Washington, Nov. :io Ke.listi mil lion of box ears is requested I y a new order agreed upon by the railroad confi ft noo committee on. ear effi ciency In its campaign to relieve car shortage, which is holding up freight shipments in many parts of the coun try. The older, which is to be Issued to morrow, directs lines In sections where there Is an excess of sin h equipment, to ictuin at junction points until further notice, specified pcrcentag. h of box cars in excess of tho number received by them. This action follows a series of con ferences between the committee, rep resentatives of the Interstate Com merce commission and represental iv es of shippers, which already has result ed ill orders by the committee de signed to facilitate the return of all classes of rolling slock to their own ers and In the approval by the com mission of a temporary scale of In creased demurrage rales. i i FRENCH WHEAT CROP ! ONLY SLIGHTLY SHORT 1V HORN.hi IKIIMNAL ICIAL IIASID MiHII Paris, Nov. 30. 'ompleto official statistics of the crops in HUB show that tht wheat crop Is only 3 V-j per cent short of that of HUa, though the surface sowed was 5 per cent less. In bushels, the comparative results I, re: 111 la. two hundred and twenty two millions; in till (I, two hundred 'tind fourteen millions. The oats crop of lilltl Is nearly 14 per cent heavier than that of lUlfi. SPITE OF COST Thanksgiving Dinners Provided for Thousands by Charita ble Organizations; Salvation Army Boycotts Tui key. IBV MOKNINd JOURNAL RPICIAL Lf AIIO WIRB) New York, Nov. 30 The pinch of tho high cost of turkey was felt in many homes and some public Institu tions, in tin) observance of Thanks giving here today, ami resulted In the substitution of chickens, ducks, uecse. beef and pork. Nevertheless, i greaieii taiuii iniiii ever ueiore was t . made to provide sonic kind of Thanksgiving dinner for the poor. Groans of disappointment greetetl the a iiiiauncemeiit at a dinner given bv the Saluillon Army to tillO men, that the organization all over the country had boeottotl turkey and eggs. Soup, vegetables and pie were subsl it lite. I. In iiiokI of the city instil ii I ions ami hospilals turkey was supplied to the inmates. Thousands of poor men were given turkey dinner.'! by charitable or ganizations. I'liinls for War Sufferers. Itcmc inhering the admonition of I'lesident Wilson to contribute funds to the relief nf the people of the war ring nations, collections were taken up in all of the Human Catholic and Hplscopal ehurelicu and those of some lolher doniinlnatloiiH for the ltd! I Cro.s or other relief organizations, I I'atrlotlsm and the spirit of liil. r- ii'it ioiialism found expression In many Thanksgiving day sermons In the churches, where special services welt, held. Huggeid ions of a federation of nationalism found expression In NEW YORK POOH MED AFTER II tnlured I"11' worm or t mien Mines or mo ,n. d Hi- World were made by some of the pus ! tors, while others warned the people of America against "fattening on the j world's leanness." ' uim ago w (.i: i: i;i;i!s I PASS I P 'I'l' IS K I-A' Chicago. Nov. 3U.- Substitutes for luikc let. I their places in many Chi cago homes today. Salary earners . struggling Willi tbt high cost of liv- ing decided In so i-nnv cases to eat roast beef, or pork or chit ken, or j ducks, Hint comm i:sion merchants on the eve of the nallonal ft ast offcled 'tuikeyh al four or five cents lower than the high mark of the day. The ! cost of living, however, disturbed j none of the inmates of the county Institutions, and turkey was nerved Iv to the aged, the poor, the sick, the insane and the criminals. CARRANZA TROOPS E CITY AND FLEETO Raised Survivors of the do Facto Force Encased in Clash With Villa Make Es cape to the Border Town, REFUGEES SAY SCENES IN CAPITAL ARE AWFUL' Dead Piled Hifth in Streets, Bodies Saturated With Oil and Torch Is Applied; Many Civilians Killed, tar MORNINA JOURNAL RRflCIAL LIAtttt WIRIt Juarez, Mexico, Nov. 30. Ancient Juarez was In the' backwash of battlo today. Tonight tho eamjiflrea of an other remnant army burn on tlio plains to tho south. Grim, gray can non uro parked In tho customs house yard, with garlands of "Jerked beef" banging from the muzzles of the guns which hurled death from tholr mu zles no recently. In box tars, women camp foljowera of the Cnrrunsa soblieiH cocrfed their meager meal tonight over charcoal brazieres, while barefooted children many born In battle shivered from llio cold as they hovered in thrt lee of the big naval guns. Since early morning this old border town has been the scene of military activities. Soon after 7 o'clock today the first troop train brought the rag ged survivors of the do facto force which had fought ut Chihuahua City against Villa and bad escaped to the north. Accompanying this train was a sanitary section consisting of three second class clinches and one "White Cross" hospital car. In these cars tame more than KM) wounded soldlera of tho Oarranaui command who wero rescued from the iieaps of dying and brought to tho border by their Com rades. The hospitals are filled with wounded and volunteer nurses are working to nu'f for tha officers and, men who fell before tho rnln of ban dit bullets. The troop train which brought this surviving force to tho bonier left Chi huahua City at 10:30 Monthly morn ing, proceeding to a point near Ter raziiH station, where a burned bridge forced them to transfer to another train Wednesday. Fight Four Days and Nights. The officers of the Carranza com-iia-NMi. .ii.ii. j 1 1 for some ie.ii'.n was sent, here, nnd iortign refugees who came on an earlier train, gave accounts of the four days and nights of flghtlnff which preceded tho evacuation of the apital city which are practically the .same nnd which, pieced together, give a fairly eonnectt.'d account of the siege of Chihuahua City. According to these officers and ref ugees (he scenes In Chihuahua City when they left were awful. The dead hud been piled In tho streets and oil poured over them and the early dawn was Illuminated by these human torches, they said. Between the cemetery and Santa Kosa Jilll the dead covered the streets, many having tiled days before and the stench, the refugees said, was no strong It was Impossible to approach near. Along the streets near the railroad station and surrounding the station, one refugee said, he saw many cavalry horses with carbines and sabers attached to tho saddles, the Carranza cavalrymen having abandon ed them in order to lenve the city on the troop train. Along Zurco avenue, according to the refugees, the fighting; had been fiercest nnd ninny civilians had been killed there and In other parts of tho city by shell fire and rifle halls. The houses lining this street were pitted with tho bullet marks of the bailie, a Syrian refugee Raid, and many shell boles wero to he seen In the houses In the heart of tho city. Cari anji Troops I 'lee. All of the refugees agreed that the Carranza troops were winning during the first four days of the fighting hut, either because of a shortage of am munition or lack of morale, they abandoned the city early on the fifth morning of the battle, seeking safety In flight In all directions. The taking of Santa itosa hill, which has always been known as the "key to Chihua hua," was said by one foreign refugee to have started tho retirement of the Carranza forces which, they say, re sembled n rout before tho last train left. The cavalry, artillery and In fantry poured down the streets lead ing to the station, which Is north of the city proper, they salt!, and climbed aboa ril the train In a wild scramble to get away, (inn Chilian refugee claim ed Gen. Gonzales Cuellar was respon sible fur the taking of Santa Itosa bill, where he was In command, as he allowed the Infantry lines to be weak ened, when the artillery was turned on the illy, the refugee added, the moral effect was almost immediately noticeable, and the Carranza soldiers, who had been eager for battle Sunday niLiit, dropped their rifles and fled, tine refugee claimed to have seen of ficers leave their men fighting to flee for safely. This, however, could not be verified. It is believed by the refugees and Carranza officers tlftit General Tre vino left first for Tabaloapa, south of the city nnd from there moved t$ Aldamu, about twenty miles from ChU LEA CHIHOAHHA ANCIENT JUAREZ