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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Friday, December 1, 1916.
Twj 1 I PtnW;, ' Become Erector Engineers V.pii ought k jit (lie , .h! limn ": S ..tt : 'l I K-Clii! , .li.ll' ' lai.Vr, tow iii'roi'l.iiirs, haill I'. Ti-.-i fi v ln's .i" . mi! . !;.( I.IHM'tr-. ' f.tlllT In,;. i! I ! .-,i!(y .f ilicni nil' 1,'V the I ! 1 tnf !llu..p (It CO. Willi IllllNt. .". : (a.l "Hie Toy Lite Structural Slctl " f-.r niri-.in:n, am! you'll liavr 1 1 f (mi every il.iy in the ji-ar. ' I .lector Unlay ami fit leaflet ti ) ' f 1 1 1 ; a!l about the J mi, J ami: iiliil Valllalile, J'fie (iMii irr nsnrrrr of 1 i:r,noic-tM.iM i I'liii, r.mic :im Vain.. Prizes for Jit c wire li I Olwell Drug Co. West ( eiilrut AZTEC Fuel Company f4 ., Ga ill .ump Gn'Inp .clove LB Native V.W Sawed S!it MillKndHng PHONE ."'1 JICUTE ArD aiMiw: RHEUMATISM Tim Timet rn( ft rlienrnaium W un kiionii, I k h It l Kiienllr IipiIuvkiI to ! ilim l.inn eteei.ol alio eld In l,h blood. It mnr ImnUo unlil Willi raual truth Uil no ii'iiu'iiv li(m innii found lili-h U hihh'Mo la all riimn. In In tin) iltfi nturo ol rlmu 1111.1 1- III lin tuna. I vril urn till t lew trillM vilileh litne not lo'i'. livrn H trial, la tliw lint 1 tli o oii niiMTVpr w n ii'l tii ft osrtAln linn hull ll"i 11 "I Willi tlif III llliKt Mll- fm tiun , ot Kit iv ti Mind law mini rmrnnly In h it uiHiii, ill iiiioiiit meat,. All filiynl rlntm howover nunm llml twnry tnelliod ot 11 mil mini. Ik alS t ty tin- mini mini muon ot mine ri iiieiW to relieve tlm vnUi Brnl guliit t ne 1 . 1 r v iiiik vli iu mid lr. W. K Helm in e 1 1 1 'mh e 1 he opinion of tliounaniU of iirwi 1Ulo,iet Wtli lt tlH NAV Hint Ullll'kHIUtllli Iniih In hiiulil t) Klven prnlerftii'n nvnr nil el'irr clie1lel lor tto' ll'llel nl Ul I'tUn tn ml ioiln. nt In lonnfW,. 'hlieip taMi cfin I n linn Imni il In nay (jiuinlltv. Iln-y ib I. l-o maun pllned III tn iolMi-hetl, lleullUnllli i.ud nil iniia. ,Stk fur A K luLlels. 1ui.iiiu, City. Aiinllier I'epoil "itldtlir "a 111 111a nit.-r wiih at. J lucii-. la 1 ... 1. , 1MM of the rlly. No Mii l.ctH n.r M i ii a u Chilian ri f iiuee i ("day ti" lie I sei ii l 'i a I: 1 Ho- 1 ily Mo. i'ay inoinlnk' ' 1 11. .in h ft. II. ,. Villa v.i'K i t 'lie ,1,' of .-int. h ic i ne 1. men uitli ' 11 1 1 ; 1 I n l.e .,- h .l.av-! oi l an : . L i- d ill 1 I if t. i n. ,1., , To i ,11 . I,. 11 In' inn ld..i !i 11 1 r than of 1 'd, 1 ua dii'incd for h'a . oil' .'id hy tilts refui;eo to have j 1 t 1) ill UK Mo' H In the j let 1 1, 1' had peiiettat. (he hio-l j Thlnklni; thl meant th" f looting', Vlila lm ml 1 1 ft i iidni: e II I,: r. fuva ..ll.'V ii... 1 (.lores and pi h ate homes. said. Villa, t.i Hlop this . aid to ha i- shot t w a of 1 s and ruceecile 1 lit i,lop il if. ' Off. h s: was known of the Amerl . 1 1" r. fi!K-cs. I .Him bam. an A mertcaii, ii ! Co- !.!.a i.ui lii ' 'liilinahici i' inn ii.n i rfma i' d. hut 1 1 A I aw :. o,, the 1, t train. All I I :., i s ail e,i t b t here had . !. nloic of tor. 11 I 'lp to t lie !" i 1.11, all hou,; t here wcrn Hit i.v.i il t 'allies,, bad been i . i ' i (! nti.l pal t of the city, s 'I iar 'I'ul.i s 1'arl. Aio ' .'-a i r's coiuiand was 1 I" 1 ive In en s. I t south t. A Br Of.'! lyn Dru((jist Praises t'ie Great Kidney Rcinedy I I ..II, ,1 I . Kill aid Svvamp- .1 lef I , ill '.' e held . on i i n.liK v ill e sa lis. .1 Coin Its . -e vv In I lie I., tl i. el, I.I er I 1., I d I v n ... 1 1 t.tii.ih ..1 f. : K,l i-l 1.U-- i 'Iv 1 1 r 1 1 IV.. I . 4 Noil Pr... Ii, l'.'i: ncl i Letter t,, Dr. Kllnirr A Co.. IHtiCliMnixn, N. V. Tim- What -W Hllip- lt"N Will P" t or on. Si : d ! n ecu's o 1 'r. K ilnu r ;,i lialotoll. N", V 1 a salat , , i,. ii will i ouv I' ni'.v en vd! i.b H.f"i to; , ri on I n" i "' ."i..'.'i- 1 ,,, n, t tilt. ' a boat 1 no kl.llle r r.iol bb.d I M'.l ! ' 1 1 1 ' When wlliio;. If sine i a I e , i. tup. "i 'I ' ' '. r, j.r- liftv-cclit I nd urn- I , !ii AU,r rixe bote for le ut all dmg ''WW stop the advnm-i. of Ceneral May oolle's cavalry column and t k no part In the capture of t ho rlly, II wn reported ly h rrfuceo. He said the Villa commanders who wire each Kivcn a section of the city to attack, were: .I'lllo Acosta, who was reported to have been killed; Mitrtln I-opcZ, Jt!iii(l lio T'rlbc, Jiihii .Mnrua. Mil vest re r, ovedn, Mariano Tamoz iitnl Itorirlgo Que Vedn. Another train In expected lo tench tlx- Ijoiibr from Sums tomorrow with ml ilitiomil nfneeM imd probably iiinv more wounded soldiers Mini cl 'iiimi from the capital. A law ..ilier are reported to have left foot. A 1 1 1 ,-i Ik da id to liavp captured five field pieces on Santa P.nsa hill, tho bandits chaiL-liiK and shoiitlliK "Vivo Villi." and NiiiKiiift H they churned. (leneinl o.una, In lined .hut not dbi b' d by four bullet fti-sh winnuls, r(i...d out the fi" einu Cm 111 1111 ol'fl reis from the refuse train at Sana and made 11m 111 irliirn to bis commnnil, m cording to a man who savs lie was an tyr-wil ncss of the event. The general then annoiinceil thai ho was going back to ' 'lilliini h ua and that lieltlier Villa liof anyone else could Hlop Uln. j (.I4XMOI S M'ltlltV, IS fi .MM or i f, in :m it 'Y l;l l'a."o, Tex., Nov. An extra pilnled hy P:l I iciiioeiatii in Clilhiia I11111 City hint Kiirnhiy afleinoon, mid I'roilKlit to the holder today hy a ref uirri', earrli'H the headlni.;: "AKalll the Hour Triumph SoundH for the Valiant (ViiHlitiitionnllHt l.'orccH." Tho hii1 lieiillnKH rend: "Tlie nolety of Chi li.,, hua. at the cowl of the Idood of runny hrav men, hiiM heen wived n neeond time from looting and iihhiimhI pation; In Huho inomeiitM tlm liordes of AniiiKO, HerloiiHly ledmi'd. miikP ttielr hint effort to nlako their thltHl for rapine." The exlra, printed on one nldr of a ni 11 irli! slieet, uIvcm Hid lilnlory of tlie hiitllo day hy day. 1 1 k Hiil.Mtnnec h an fulloWM: (in the 22nd of thf inonth, explor I I'i(f forcH hetween ('liihiliihua and IlorciiHilaH, reporter! HiKhtiiiK the enemy, It Hald. Tim handitM iliHeru larked from their ttaltiH nl Mapnla and advanced toward llorcaHltiiH, led bv cavalry under .Miutln lopez mid Julio AeoHta. (Jeneral Trevlno pre pared hlrt dcffji!""!! l,"d walled. At (la vn on tho 2,'tnl the artillery flilef on Kant 11 Howi hill reported nii,:htiiiit liirtso uroupa of cavalry. Ahout k;30 In tho mornlnir (ienetal (iziina exiliaiiKeil hIioIm with them Miutliwcft of tlie city. Tho enemy did not iillack formally until iihout 10 o'clock. Tho artillery on Santa Uosa went Into nethui at 11:20. MkIiIIiik tieenme hotteat lit tho point, held hy (iencral Mavcolte, and Col. iHldroTro y;0. They charKeil the InindllH, meet Iiik part of (hem liand to hand. In thin action Ceiicral (iandain wan lilted. I Cen. Jaolnto Trevlno nnd his Hlaff licade, a rliarK at 2 o'clock In tho afhrnoon, In which lio rccolvcd a . Hfitlp and ear wound, Tho nil II lei y (diowod preat preclK lon nnd ciiiihc,) heavy Iohnom to the hamlilM. l'li;hllnif hinted until after dnrlt when the handltH Hli?"d tho Clinich of the Hamtiiary and pomo Iioiimch near the military lioHpltnl. At r. a. in. on tlm 2-llh tho lialtle oia ned up wlili riflo and artillery fire. The hamlllH rhamed hut had to fall hack. Tho artillery continued nervlm until 'ilioitt 4::iil ii. in., hut tlm riflo ,'ire m i'' Ceancl." ' - j Al 2 n. la. on tho 2f,th tlio fhiht 'en w hot In Coloiiln lialc, where, hy the il't'ecllvo iiho of II mortar tlie .i i l nnieiit tioopH driivo hack Hie ; i .'itnlllM, to theli fliHt lines. At 7 In the inoniiin; the artillery threw kIicIIh Int., tlie hoimeK II lieiny held near , the militat v lioHpltnl, T'.e hnttle had hcroiup general hy 11 i.i ln. , marked hy heavy Villa (it tai I;h. The gvniTlMiin then reiiulned tlm ' ( loin h of the Hanctuary and envlroiiH. ', 'J.MIIIHIIII of thiM event, the Hantn Uuwi rtilleiv si nt Koine nIh'IIh Into thcuo , poettl.uiM, then o.-ciiplcd hy Cari'aii.n j llo. m m. Tlie artillery maiiaced to hit an auloinolilUi used l.y the illn rnopN. Many pilsoners were taken In this fWhtlnir. Somi' reported that Villa kept awav from the flrltiK line, and others that he was In tho automobile hit by the fdiells. They said also that Jose Viiez, Salazar and Paiidclio l'llhe were In Ibe fluht. On tli L'C.lh (Monday), nfter n sharp rifle fire t Ii roiit;hoilt the nii;ht, a general baltlo opened at dawn. At 2 ltd p, m. (the time Kl licmoerata want lo picssi, the bandlls wcri' still .icilile lo penetrate the Carranza lIll.M. I I lieiiiocrata said that the consll t lioiiabst leaders assured tho people that, ovvlnt! to the heavy hissed of the eoeiiiv, far evceedlti)? their own, there was every prospect of Villa Mlv tnu up the attempt. They const. lei ed viitotv in fact, already assured tho defen.lei s. HOI M'l l) SOLUM lis in: iicot en r to .m v. j Juarez, M. v . Nov ( 'a; l a n ,'.a sobliei s vv day in a second . la in tin' .luaie railii ,:o. - Wounded re seen early to s passent'er coach ad vai.ls. on a I number of flat cais in Ibe s um I were seen tWclltv -MX field yards pices w Id' h at .' bi b. v t d t have belonged I I lone lit from louizabs. when to Tr. v Inn s foi ci s fn the south by Cruel, l I be returned last ninht 1 1 .-.in from tin" viclnitv Thi wounded were i n bis si'i-clal if SaUZ. also lroiu:bl the same time, bun let. to the tlol 111 to the but der al Hospital s'lppln s w If tieprovlsed lied Cross todav nn.l In iittcnd- M. Mean .nv slclans w ! .. nee on t lie wounded I A tiuin was talon made up in the Lilian, junls today to to south. It I-. ciected to I. unit additional nfu ! i' t and wounded soldicis to the bol il. r here. Cvetuot -'i:iiii iMi'ti Trcvino came n t It with a lump train winch sue- i'-,i.,l ja leavinc the i it y before dav - I runt I lie Hum Wi ht to a place near C , , S..u. where the railroad line was cut, nnttl. refugees s.il.1, nil. I Cen r atios oil , i liu,;. i ,........,.,.,,1 of the fli e- inx tioopH, but rt-turned yest.rd.n with Ins loniinand and Went t....ii.5 Chllniahna City. Pctwein forty and fifty fnrrltriifrrN, in. ludiint Ann rieniis. cm nip on the train. They wert unable lo Hate whether uny Anurlcuns or Says Popular Vote Should Elect President 1 'At' h f . m " SI N. UlO- t. C HAnJLk't ain Senator (Ii-oikc K. ( 'lia mhi rla in of Oiecon will offer earlv In thin hck-i-Ioii of conmcsH an a in .ml an n I to the count it nl ion providing for direct elec tion of I he lire dderit. He pointed out thai iiIHioukIi I'leNidcnt VV'lhtOii lia, a plurality of khiiic 4(mi, OHO popular miIi k, a change of a few t hiais.-.nd in California mU;lit have ilifeated him. other forclnerH were killed in Chi huahua City. Hi lueailt I.oienzn Sllali z, who w.ih in the hrlroide of (Jen. I'eilro Corilona In tho Chihuahua City haltle, and who came to Juarez on the Incoming train, Maid Villa's tnireewf id atlio'k wiih made iiIoiik .iiiii avenue, early Monday innrniliK. Immediately after forcltiK t heir way a lot ik t he avenue, the hanillla Mtormeil and captured Santa Itona hill, ilominaliiu; the city ami on which the Carraminla artillery had hcen placed, Maid Sua rex. The iion-eomiiii: .Kloiieil officers naid that as Hiii.n as it nun wen Villa held H.'ltitit I!(r::i lilll, th" Trevino aiinv PVaciiateiUt he eity in hatUe. e said ahout I (I. (Mill troops escaped In two di vIhIiiiih, one I'l.iniim norlh over the Mi'K.i'iin Central and the oilier Htrliin linf lt a toiiK tlie Mexico Northwest ern. 11c did not know whether Villa captured any of Treviiio's artillery. other Carr.inz.i officers in the Chi huahua City haltle who reached Juiinv. tmlay were I. lent. Col. Manuel Morales, In chalt'e of the artillery; Martinez Perez. In charge of the hos pital car, and Captains Carlos '. San doval and Jon. pun Velaiicz do la Cardenas. Another arrival in Juarez, today was tho elderly mayor of Parral, Jose dc la I.uz llcrrcra, who hud conic by way of HnKle Pass, having left Parral some days before Villa raptured thai town. He m.i I I the de facto govern ment would not now I e in its present plight were the i miImi'u.i on muni tions sh I pments from t lie I 'nited States not In effect. Ho added he was In- formed Celt, Francisco Miii'hu f ten I facto I o.uila l;iinlla with I . I de troops, W en. i ii i I . I to reach hua hua ( 'ily loda v. Carranza offi'cis who caine Mill tlio iuililv tr.Ja I'nijn I'" (it 7 a. ill. today, reported lo Chi- i , 1 1 1 . 1 ;i I j llacbiniba I MlltLMlla to have been al Sunday. He was inoviii", on Chihua hua nt that lime, they said. A report bete that Ceneral Mnitiiia was nt tacliiiu: Chihuahua City was not con firmed at military heaibiual Ii rs. An other repot t brought by Carranza of ficers on this troop train was that Ceneral Trcvino was at Aldama, thir ty miles east of Chihuahua wiih a col umn of men, l;cfui;ees from Chihuahua City who arrived last niclit, tcported looting: by bandits when they left Moiulav morn in.r, Thev said tt had been reported to them that two lari;e dry Kootld stoles had been looted by Villa ban dits. Tin v also assorted that bandits had find Into the train III which they Wei e h aving the city. Juarez, Mc., Nov. .'10.- tV'OfKe ItrilliiiKhain, one of thd six Ametlcan citizens in 'hili mi li ua City, was alive when the rcTimee train left that city Wednesilay, but was unable to board I tlie train and returned lo a place of) hidinx ill the city. I 'tit t itiRhain missed the list train leavlmi Chilian- hua City. This is tlie word bnoinht ' to the bonier by a Svilan refugee who arrived on the refugee train this morning. Itritliiyham was the only American be saw lu lore leav inK. Ceiicial Conzales at niililaiy head iliiarteis today said thai he had re ceived a report from Carrana officers that Ccto ial Muiuiila was at Horcasi las, soiitb ,,f Cbibiiahua City, yester dav, and was advancing rapidly to w.ud (be city, lie iablcd hat Ceneral ( 'siitia had reached Noinli e de I Mos, a small settlement iiortliwc st of the city, and was re-'iir'aKiii the bandils, in cordnii; to a inessauo received today. He also said lie had received Infor mation that Ceneral Trcvino was at Hacienda Holorcs, west of Chihuahua Citv. Ceneral Trcvino was at Hacienda RHEU.YJATIS.V. c Usually yields to the purer blood and greater strength which creates. Its rich oil-food enlivens the whole system and strengthens the organs to throw oil the injurious acids. Many doctors them selves take Scott's Emulsion and you must stand firm against substitutes. ' 6coU & Buwnc. lilouiufickl. N. J. PI INJURED IN WRECK ONORIENT LI III TEXAS Sleeper and Chair Car of , Southbound Passenger Train Leave Track and Roll Into Ditch: Broken Rail Cause, (BY MnffNtNd JCUKMAI. tPgriAL LrA.ID WIC Sweetwater, Tex., Nov. .10. Five persons were injured, more or less seriously, shortly before noon today, when the sleeper nnd ( hair cur of a southbound passciifci r train on tlie Kansas City, Mexico orient, railway left the tracks and rolled Into a ditch near Maryneal. Tho accident is said lo have been due to a broken rail. SWINNEY MAY CONTEST ELECTI0N0F WAGNER '.PirillL MHU'OHDINCI TO WORNIM lOUMNAi. Santa Co, Nov. HO.- The state can vassing board In session al the capital today rot as far as Mora county, and finished one-half of that county. While dncropnnoioH of one or two votes were found here and there, there, they practically balanced each other and make no diffi renoi; in the rcpori thus fi;r announi -d. It is reported that J L. C. Hwinm y, ilemocialic candidate for siiperinlenil ( nt of public Inst ruel ion, has been ad vising; with I'nited States Senator elect A. A. Jones and District Attor ney Siiinmeis liurkhait. as to the ad visability of britiKlmf a contest if it should be officially anuoiimcd that bis opponent, J. . Wanner, has been elected, as now appeals on the face of the returns. Iiolores, west of Chihuahua Sily. Included amoiiK the wounded brought to Jilurc. today were Colonel Por'inez and Colonel Maltos, both of ' ; i 1 1 1 i . 1 1 O.uoa's cavalry column, who were wounded, dniinu tlie fiKhtiHK hi Chihuahua City. Ceneral Honzalcs met the column which aerompaiiled '.he sanilary train bcarini; tlie wound ed to Juarez. These Carranzu soldiers probably will return south late today. It was reported by a Carranza official here today that Carranza forces still are in possession of the penitentiary at Chihuahua City, awaiting help af ter the junction of (iencrnls Trcvino and MuiKiiia south of the city. (mi. refugee reported that Villa forces took Santa Itosa hill early Monday morninir, nivlm; Villa the key j to tho city. The reason that Santa i liosa hill was taken, they said was he- cause the Carranza infantry forces I were remove d from the first line Irenches III front of Santa Kosa hill ; to be thrown nKnlnst Villa forces on jtho north of the city. This, they said, permitted Villa to send bis forces up the hill and capture the cannon. (Iencral o.nmi is said to have foin-'bt desperately durinir the four (lavs' battle, Carranza officers said. Ceneral Conzales is reported to have j supplied him with a car of aminuni liere (ion, which he took south on a inili i.iitti Itarv train Tuesday inornini,'. Tin luded In the a i i 1 1 buy l.i .iu i, l"t Juarez on the military train were two ship cannon which were mounted on flat cars ami which bad slationary heavy steel bases. It was rcpiuled here that this artillery and the Car ranza forces which came to Juarez, on the military train will rid urn late to day to Saiiz, nfter rccclvlnu supplies and ammunition. Carranza officers are leaving the wounded In hospitals here. lo I'rols' I tioil ('('s(. Helena, Mont.. Nov. :i0.-Tlio Hel ena Traili s and Labor assembly, rep- j icsciitini; .'7 unions and 1,100 vvork- ini? men and vvoiren ot tins i-ity, name,) a special committee today to Investigate the Mfcntly Increased cost of foodstuffs and consider the calliHK of a public mass mcetlnK with a. view (, foi-miiiK a "bovcott leaKUe." This (irnanlzation will havo for its purpose the boycott, of all nrlicles of food which have risen to what is consid 'ait unteasonahlo jirlee." rd L SUIT KEEPS 01 lUt MOAN.Na JOUMNAl. CTICIAL UIASID WIAt) lied Oak, Iowa, Nov. Illl.--W. P. McCaiill. witness for former State Senator K. F. Jones, plaintiff in a ft'.O.IMH) libel suit iiKUinst .1. N. Wil- I kerson, n detectlvp of Kansas City, ihatued with circulatint; rumors cuti ncctinu Jones with tlio "axo murders" of ciubt members of the Moore family at Villlisoa, Iowa, in till 2. denied tin- der cross-examination on tlie witness stand today that lie had conferred with A V. Jones son of the Plaintiff ion tho tilnht-of the murders; that an automobile was lavcn him as a pres ent" by Jones; that be was at (irant. Iowa, the morning after the murders. .Mrs. Alice W'illard previously testi fied McCaiill was one of the five men she saw confortimt on the cottier of the Moore lot the nilit of tho murder nn() that A. V. Jones was another. ! Mel'., nil v,.li.,nii.nllv .trilled litis McCaull Hilmitled he told Wtlkerson after the murders he could "prove an alibi for himself the nicht of the murders, but not for his automobile." The car, it was brought out in pre vious testimony, had been taken from the Karate the niKht of the murders, but It could not be traced after leav int the KuntKP. The contention of the defense was that money was paid t.) the murderer the following inoi ntnif on a farm north of Grunt, j 0.00 IBELj GRINDING AWAY FflllUIY TO BEWATCHWORD AS TO RATIONS Germans Will Go Through the Winter Without Much Change in Present Allow ance; Potatoes Reduced, It MOANINd JOUftNAL SMCIAt. LIASKO WlR1 Ilerlin, Nov. I".) (via London, Nov. 30.) The (lerinans will through the winter without c-hfi rm in their presitit rations of important food stuffs, except a reduction in Ibe po tato rations, uroordinn to a ut horita -tlve infoi mat ion furnished the Asso ciated Press on Hie food situation from the war nutrition bureau, This shows that while supplies at various times would in theinsolvi s, perhaps, justify an increase, it Ibis' been deter mined to adhere to the present allow ances of 2.'i0 urammes of bread daily, 2 .Ml grammes of meat and KO K'nintues of fat weekly, and 7",fr Kiatnmes of su K'ir monthly, and use any surplus, cith er accumulation or reserve for the bard laboring classes, such as miners and foundry men. The Krain harvest shown tin excess of nil. (0(,(MI0 tons oyer last year, but two years." experience has proved that the present ration is adciiiate and that it will, therefore, be unnecessary to increase it. oil produced from hoiue-jrnwn sources, such as beech nuts, sunflower seeds, fruit pits and similar products, ca u, for the same reason, not be used for the Kcnir.'.l ci vilian population, iilthoiiKh considera ble stoi ks from beechnuts alone, for example, .100,110(1 ipial'ts of salad oil, have been uained from the.. e hitherto Unutilized sources. Aiiiicxatfon of liiiinania Plannctl. 1 1 uilon. Dec. 1. A Kotlerdam dis piid h to the Times says tha (iencral von Plume, in the Koelnisohe Volks ZeituiiK, indbatCH that the central powers Intend permanently to annex parts of Rumania for the purpose of protecting the PiiKdad route and se curing a permanent additional corn supply. Hour Price (.nos Down. Tit coma. Wash., Nov. 30. Another decline of 20 cents a barrel on patent flour was vvclcomca ThnnksKivinK aniiou, icemoiil, mnkin;; a total decline of 40 cents a barrel from the IiIkIi notch. Jobbin prices arc now $S,2.1 a barrel. fi Standard Oil Magnate in Criti- Condiiln at Uauie in, Tarrytown; Rockefeller Post pones Contemplated Trip. IBY MORNINO JOURNAL SPICIAL LEASED WlSI) Tarrytown, X. V., Nov. 30. John 1. Archboblt, president of the Ctandard (il company of New Jersey nnd ac tive head of the Standard oil inter ests, is daiiKcrously ill al bis home here, although his condition is some what heller toniKht than it was twen ty four hours iiiio. Mr. Archbold was operated on for appendicitis, a week ago. and for a tlinn seemed Hi rally from the effects of the operation, but later .suffered a relapse. The five physicians who have been allenilins him since his ill ness benan, decided yesterday that I loinl transfusion must be resorted to if his st renin h w as to be restored. W il'c Collapses. Mrs. Archbold was reported i.nniKht to have collapsed under the sUnin oJ" her husband's illness, and lo be under a, physician's care. John I'. Kockefeller, who had planned to no today to Lakewood, N. J., postponed his trip because of Mr. Arehhold's condition. t John Archbold said oninht that his father's, condition appeared to be about the same as It had been since the Idood transfusion operation was pe-forined. HOW TO REDUCE YOUR WEIGHT SIMPLK, SAI'K, ltKl.IAWJ.; WAY. People who are over-burdened with superfluous fat, know only too well the. discomfort and ridicule that over stout people have to beur. If you are carrying around five or ten pounds of unhealthy fat you are unnecessarily weakenine your vital oruitns and are carrying a burden j which destroys the beauty of your i iigure. There Is no need of anyone ouffer-! ing from superfluous fat. If you want to reduce your weight In a slm-1 pie, Rfe and reliable way, without ( starvation diet or tiresome exercise, I here Is p. test worth trying. Spend ; as much time as you can In the open air, breathe deeply and Ket from I any Rood driiRnist a box of oil of J korein capsules; take one after each meal and one before retiriiiK at night. VVelirh yourself once a week so a I to know just how fast you are losing I wrluht and don't leave off the treat- I meat or even skip a sinRle dose until i you are down to normal. j Oil of korein Is absolutely harmless I Is pleasant to take, and helps diges tion, Kven a few days treatment has ! been reported to show a noticeable ' reduction In wetsht, footsteps become j liKhter, your work seem easier and a lighter and more buoyant feeling J takes possession of vour whole being ! Pvery person who fuffers from 1 uperflunus fat should ulve this treat-,1 meat a triul. Dun's, Inc., can supply you. j E fi L Mi FOLLOW NG OPERATON V ? Y y f v v v f t ? T ? V ? f V ? V ? v t ? ? V t ? 1 t ? 4 Wiienevcr vou vou open The First National Bank of AlhiHjuerque, N. M. It Has a Record of Thirty-three Years of Conservative and Successful JJanking CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $600,000 OPTIMISM IS FELT AS TO LIVESTOCK EPIDEMIC tnv MORN.NO journal ikcial L BASED WIRf Kansas city, Nov. 30. optimism was evinced by federal and stale live stock experts today rerrardiiiK the condition of cattle here, suffering from an infection which it was feared miiilit develop into foot and mouth disease. No further symptoms were noticed in the Infected herd nor was there any development in the calves, horses and swine inoculated with virus taken from the suspected animals. "Conditions look extremely hope ful," was the way an expert expressed himself. "However, we still are tak ing all the necessary precautions and PiMi&tCTiI)KS!arWei You Are Falling Behind In the March of Progress if You Don't Use ELECTRICITY Scientists are working day and night to devise easier and hotter ways for you to do your work. Are you going to take advantage of these improvements? y The candle is out of date for lighting The hroom is out of date for cleaning The old-fashioned tub is out of date for washing. The Way Electric Is the Modern Way Learn About It at Our Office. Albuquerque Gas, Electric Light & Power Co. HION 98 V ? ? t Y Y Y v t Y Y Y Y y ? Y v nave occasion to have occasion a new hank account remcmher f V t Y Y Y Y ? preparing for the worst while ho,,,,,.. for the best." Veterinarians announced j case no further development was m,. ticeil in the cattle under stirvellliitico by Saturday they would he s:itisfii, that the Infection was other than fool and mouth disease. (unvaried of Seduction. Last Las Vewas, N. M Xov. nu. Juan Lujun of Sabinosa was convict.-.! hy a jury in the district court on :, ihai'K-e of seduction. Joscfila .l;u tinez, the coniplainin witness, is nf ;i good family, as is Lujiitr. The ,,.. femlant has asked for a new triul. Jose Pcrea and Meliton Apoilaca are on trial for the theft of a horse from Dolores Garcia. The theft is said t Juivo occurred at Chaperito. jf pi I M Li Sensible Cigarette i original Turk'uh bltni