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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Monday, December 11, 1916.
ree 3 Iliriln lil)liHilrn A Most Welcome Gift for Man or Woman t. U Oil I Ml 1 M ROSEN irca ai"w, wna mmm coma .'t Rrvhfl 'rrSSTJit'." 7 Qj!M-i(; See Our Unmatched Assortment '"V '! rREUGH Mi Deadly -Work of German Ar tillery lias Done Away With Old Style of Marching to Battle Shoulder to Shoulder, ,A,im'iiIp1 I'l-mo 'nrreBjinnrtYnr.) Fnticli Front, Dee. 1. The result of forty-five years' Infantry training uh been thrown onto the snap hup by 1 1) n Frcm h army. At llie beginning of the war, the French infantry, like thai, (if all con tinental nations, marched shoulder to shoulder to the uttaMi. Soon, howev er, the power of the very numerous lnailiiiie guns with which the Herman troops were provided outnumbering at least four times those of other ar mies brought about, the adoption of more open formations and recalled the lessons of the South African war, which had been neglected. After the battle of the Maine, when the Hermans tin th mselvcs into deep trench s in the lotio of es tablishing a jumping-nff place for a future inhamE on Paris, the French found it impossible to cany out suc cessfully any infantry attack In the format ion until then in use without losing a number of men disproportion ate to the Kdv-intape gained. They in creased the number or their machine Rims, but those of the Germans weie placed in positions which enabled tie ni to sweep any frontal alack even before it liiid bet u properly developed. At. the present no infantry officer of the obi school would recognize i n Infantry unit. going iMt" "''thVi, KO much lias everything been chanced. Slril.ing l"igo. 'I'bo Assoc iated Cress corn suinib ot teas present recently at a demonstra tion of the new infantry attack forma tion at ii school. instead of as for merly a battalion of infantry helm; composed of so many hundr. Is of men armed merely with lilies and bayonets and eutrencning tools and dependent on artillciy to dear the way for it. during an advance, the bat tali"!! is now a little army perfectly couippod for offense and defense and ttl.lt! at. all times to take care of itself without any assistance; except in the' case of attack on a fortress or stloug lv fortified public work. Xol, only the battalion, but each company is able to act independently, and the various smaller mits are so composed that when acting together they t'oif.i a complete, whole without liny confusion. Hand grenadiers, rifle grenadiers, iiuirksmen with automatic rifles, bom bardiers With bombs and ordinary in fantrymen with lifle ami bayonet nun. pose each unit, the specialist:; have compnniopK in action to carry their ioiimiinilhm and able to rcpla. e thorn in case they sustain a casually, while very man in the section, even tin Pimple rifleman, is trained to do one of tlie special tasks. OPEN FORMATION CHINESE GENEOAL F-fA M BOOTES FOB num i v nnnPTrn ! uiiin i rn nnini t ! f.f MITOS HFF0FH IfJ llllnLLI IIUUI ILU tlllU LUU IILlUt. I I ,v ,V X i "u 1 uu '-"'-" nrnnnTrn nritn ' :.WS: w3 lirii WM PITV ntrunitu ulru ,"?i, - : 4.;,y.t m Ul" i.i.:":v",','.-, j.M ! t) 1 i.'.yr x yljiH btawKumn and I laciicai t ar- ' r ' Ly- Ht alysis of Trallic Movement I X f.'J 1 't Hf" in Business Disliicl Is Now Adjourns. w., UJX - , ,2- i I "lt i VI I III I 1 1 luive .lust completed plans to do aWay Nliive to Inti'iest ami eliliht tb iimnsPH with the ancient equipment that al- of Kalian and .lewlsh voters, who now vns thrilletl the croMtl in uition. haye largely supplanteil thi old 111 Wheto JiOii Worth of hay ami o its I bernlaii population down town. NO is consumed I y each of (be old fin Tsai Ao, Former Military Gov ernor of Yunnan Province, Has Cashed in; Parliament ourns, i AtMHlntril I'rrm f'iirrMpinilpiH'.) I'clunir, Nov. 1 l.- tieiieral Tsai Ao, former military governor of Yunnan jroince, who was the most promi nent leader in the revolt uiiainst tlie late Yuan Shi Kai's imperial ambi tions, died in Japan on November !, according to ailviecs received here. (leneral Tsai Ao was only H(l years old, but he had fitrnred prominently in Chimse jiolit i'H and military af fairs for more than ten years. At the time of the monarchial movement, Tsai Ao was in Peking as chief of tlie land measurement bureau, and al though Yuan Shi Kai endeavored to keep all extreme republicans from leaving tlie capita, Tsai Ao managed to escape to Yunnan province, where in less than a, month he had organized a revolution which resulted in the se cession of that province and that spread throughout south China. Tsai Ao personally led his troops in campaigns along the Yangtsee which prevented the approach of the north rrrt troops sent to suppress the revo lution, lie shared all the hardships of the field and contracted tubercu losis of the throat which finally re sulted in his death. Parliament adjourned immediately upon being advised of the death of tin; distinguished patriot and the press has universally commended him as the restorer of the republic. Kvcn the palairs with monarchial tenden cies are eulogistic of him as a loyal republican. i it. YOUNQ:. t . r f ' I? j ! 'i .-IP At The Lyric Theater Tomorrow PINCH OF III LIVING. COST IS FELT IfJ HAWAII EMPLOYES II 0 C N Btm 'Congress to be Asked to Enact Legislation to Relieve Con dition That lias Arisen Insular Possessions, in PAYICrffiS American Federation of Labor Is Asking Congress to Add Much to Salaries and Wag Mary bought a Hod Cross Seal, So the siw.-y goes, Though her shoes were down at hoc I And barely shod her toes. 1 1 1 1 she said, "I'll give my mite To kill that dread disease, For 1 Know I'm doing right, And it Coil will please." I NORTH GERMANY DUE FOR BEER SHORTAGE ( A,iirliit'il l'res '(irr('iMHt(leiie.) l'.eiTm. Nov. "S. Kecause beer 1s not. an indispensable necessity in north iet many, yet is that in south is.ti f ili mirth is In eel consid erably less of this product in (he fu- t tiro than t b" soul ll. I lie noi l Ii is to bo so restricted that, after it has supplied its .'bare to the army, it will have lor the civil population only fi iirteen per cent of the peace time iiiantily. South Cermany has for some time been allowed to use 4!i per cent of its giain of the necessary variety for making beer. It will receive this same percentage during the immedi ate future. North (leiniaey, how- ver, w hich has been gi anlc,! only ".i per cent of its grain for bee!' nia king purposes, is now to be reduced to lia per cent. Kleven per cent of this goes to cover army m etis, so that. 1' per cent remains. As usua', it is the public and onlv the public that is bit, for the brewers are to I aljowed to rai.-e (licit prices to compensate tliem for their reduced output. The result to be anticipated therefore is less beer, ami that Utile 'stretched" or watered unduly, at in creased prices. .Tusto 11. Armiio. residing at. f.03 Xorth Fourth street, advises this pa per that he has not bought the Sunny lirook saloon. The new proprietor by that, name is a recent, arrival from Arizona. I i fftY MORNtNd JOURNAL PICIA'l t-E S E WlREI Washington, l)ee. ID. --An elioit by the American t'edei t ion of Lalior to induce congri h to grant, wage ami salary incri a: -vu to all employes of tb'' I'nited Stales ; uveriimeiil from lucsi- urge upon congress at. the coming ! tj,.tlt ,ovV, Was planned at a meeting t Hkfnt!ifMi! 1rk.H rnrrt'MMmdi llt'P 1 Honolulu, T. II., Nov. 'J2. 1 1 a waii, j with its industries ciamptil and food; prices soaring cn .'o count of the! -hortage of steamships, Is preparing to. A BAYERS "The Bayer Cross -Your r.nnrantw nf Piirifv Bayer-Tablets of Aspirin- pro tect you against counterfeits. Every package and every tab let of genuine Aspirin bears, "The Bayer Cross." : Sold in Packet Boxtt of 12, Bottlf of 24 and Bottle of 100 BayerTablets A 'of rin I short session b gislaliou to relievt condition, l'riees have soared far bie yond those of the mainland, though ll i few y-ars ago the cost of living wa.' considerably less here than it was ii I San J'ranciseo and otlor coast cities. I With the American flag all but dis appeared from the pacific, the situa ition that confronts the island is sorb jous. The J'acific Mail steamship.' I Keuador and Venezuela, both flyiny 'the Amu'b'a"u flag, cotne "aittl ! t hroimh t his noi l, but 1 1n y are I allowed to carry freiabt or passenger.-.! i between Hawaii anil the mainland, for' jthe reason that they are foreign-built,! janil, under the present, interpretation. I of th(! new shipping act, not entitled; I to American registry. Thus far, how-j ever, Hare has, so far as can be learn- here, been no final ruling upon that; lipicstion ami Hawaii is still hopeful jthat the government, in view of the, ! serious situation that obtains, will re-1 verse its present attitude ami give I those voj-scls and others like them rtg-l islry. American I'laii (one. (ilber vessels that formerly flew the' American flag ami catered to the! needs of the islands, such fur instance,! as the Korea, formerly of the I'aeifiej Mail fleet, still come ami go, but at I their stern flutters the cmbb-ni of Ihoj l:ising Sun, ami so far as Hawaii Is; concerned, the :o not count, except for such comparatively small business j as is done neiween mis pon .um me ( irioul. The reason is that, alihough Hono- v ero adopl etl sett inc. '.eminent salaries have wit h t he cost of in ees aml direcling that coii i .i ly petitionetl to cranl ing from 10 to :bl l-.'l v el'timent employes, are as follows: today. .b'esiilutions forth that go not kept pace saries of hie cress be earn increases ran per cent to all ; I The proposa si 1'iopoxil Increases. l Kniplovs iteeiving salaties of less g'l lban $l,(iiiii jo r ai:um, an in- a :ie.' noli of :t:i I-:; pi r cent, provided thai no (em! employe shall iceive con pi n; a ! ion a t ;i rale of less than $:i pi r day, if paid by tlie day, $:o per month, i raid ly the month, or J1.0MJ )ier year, if paid by the year. MinploVt s rt t eiying salaries ol I ,IMln or in ii i , bill b ss t hail $ I, Mill per .'iniiiini, an im lease of -a per cenl. Kniplojes receiving salaties of $l.r,00 or .'ii.ire, bill less (ban $J,in." per anitiiui, an increase of 0 pi r cent. Kn:ioyes feeelvinj? tabtries of $:'.i'.flo or more, but b ss than $:.',r.oo per annum, an Increase of 15 per cenl. I'.'mployes li ceiving salaries of '00 or moi e. 1 0 per cenl. Would Mean All Officers. Should the plan be accepted congress without, any reservation president, cabinet officers and 1b-i-iai. rmtereroNneNi ti Mete-tiNd .ioiirnali New York, I '" Showing that sltignallon and praeinal pnalsis of nil tial'fic moeiue!i( llnoncli (he c, n t r of this ell v w til result befoi e spring if new auoaieilale roales are not imnicdintelv opened up, I he police and hichwav beads d. , alt', today I, thai the crowded eontliliouH of the 'siiecis Ii v.-ei.. now the Worst i ! the whole v.orbl. IMt.Mig.- over the j pavements from end I" end of this lit I lie Island Is now lcckoncl by ebauf- IV uis ill fl i'-h loans as quick and I luckv at. the ri te of two mib s an hour, while many auto owm rs have I abandoned the use of their cars and I i.. i. .l'.iti.. t,i- wtilivvric 1rael between offices and homes. miess many mib"- of motor high ways are speedily s' I out nil about j the eoiigisted Cenlt is ol Alatihatian island, it Is admitted that the traffic ' tide will soon be seriously dammed I up. j I'rc-ddciitial l'liigram. With Whitman setting all sail for I the White House al Washington four years from m xt March, republican I leaders of Ibis lo'.vn are today seciellv j i omitting that lim governor will be a. hard man b bea, off from the presidential nomination if bis past bak continues to hold good. With (hive terms in the g u berna tot ia 1 chair at Albany to get a good grip on the party machine, any man can inabe j himself a formidable contender for the hichc'l honors in the national j bold, it is admitted, while unusual j opportunities to ptopi Itiatn the pro- I glcs-iveS Me present' d. Now that tin' covernor has linked i.p ileorge W. 1'erkins with his powcr I fill personal following, no one here ' belli VCS be W ill fail to CXt ft OVOrV j elhnt to play Colossus, supported by j both regular 1 .'publicans and Inde- pendents. I ( hanging Chargers. I Thai gasoline motors- piinifis and I i lo'toea will wit bin another year en tirely roph'co the iicl ures'iue old fire horses and steam emtincs over every block of this city, is predicted by the file department, heads, who clunea ls cvei v Near, only $!!( wurlh of gasolene Will sired 11 modern IIIO- tor engine (ti fins all through tin same piiiod, it is demonstrated, while the old-fashioned "; learners" com t-OO lo keep al the work that 51 worth of motor pumping has been proved to do nowailas. Although it is' claimed that 1 o.ouo.ooii a mouth can be -saved by abolishing Hie fire horse svslcm. many New Yorkers will mis the million-dollar spectacle that its flasbv runs used to pro hie every day. VllkCl's I l ilh'iMII. boi-alling the nays when (lie Tam many tribe held all Holham under the away of their tomahawks, grizzled old l'ti b t'roker Is Just revisiting this (own to survey what inane politicians believe may be Urn remains of (he powerful organization that be once h,l repeatedly to victory. To the loss of the slronn support of the fighting Irbhiucn, who no longer predotnlnali In the TammanV laul.s, Ibis vcletan boss attributed the recent loss of pteslige of his old political el. in, which he deflates must mini cer knew tills city Hotter man Hick fioker whoso words nro belUK pondered deeply by every Tammany bravo at the start of their riVsprruto I utile to regain control of the town. Slow Shopping. In spite of the usual campaigning tor early Christmas shopping; New Yoikeis are still slaving away from the stores here for the final ililvo Hint has always made a honor of the few days and nights before Chrlstmaii t VI'. Though eveiy one profexses pity for the shop idnvcs and resolves to heed this advance call, no experienced merchant expccls any clinuKc In tho belated gil I -huyinn crush tills year. Mineral Mill Ucsldcnl Dead. Mast I. as Vegas, N. M., lec. 10. Mrs. It. I'. Hume, for 22 years u resi dent of Mineral 1 1111, died at that place Saturday morning. Sho Is sur vived by her husband, II. V. Hume; two sons, Harry Vlles of Las Vegas, and licorge A. Vlles, a forest riiuger located at Cowles; a daughter, Mrs. l'ri-,1 Uohinsoii of Moru, and n sister, Mrs. A. lb Nelson of Mineral Hill. Pain in Back of ISeck Often Denotes Kidney Weakness. Symptom of kidney trouble are vari mii! but pnm in back of nock and dull, nrliing feeling in small of back are to bo looked for. Simply by reitlialtiB that tlieat distrcssi'g nre often tlie onuct of of kidney trouble it 11 to get rid of them immediately by toning the kldneyi. 1 be very beit way to do this if by taking a little ' A n u rio" with the tiln. In this wav it is dissolved with the d and finally reaches the iieyn, where it has a io effect. naa recently discovered by J)nctor Tierce, of Unffalo, N. Y.. where it bun been thoroughly tested in his Invnlidn' Hotel. Many can at. once associate I'r. Tierce with his great tonic, "(iolden Medical Discovery mid his "Favorite Prescription," uuiversally known as an invigonibir lor wnmaiilv ills. ' Kidney, Madder and Uric Acid troubles tiring misery to many. When the kidneys are weak or diseased, these natural filters do not cleanse tlie blood suliicicntly, -and the poisoiiH are curried to ttK parts of the body. There follow depression, aches and yams, heaviness, drowsiness, irritability, headaches, chilliness and rheniniitiKin. Jn some people there are sharp pains in the back iiiul joins, distressing bladder disorders and sometimes obstinate dropsy. The uric acid sometimes forms into gravel or kidney stones. When the uric acid affects the muscles and joints, it causes lumbago, rheumatism, gout or sciatica Some one daily offers his or her words of praise of "Amine Here il what Mr ('has . Zatnpich has to snv: "I was troubled with rheumatism for a long titno. Just as soon Al the weather changes it bothers me. It attacks my !egs and in through the shoulder blades. Kidneys were congested. Recently I used " Anurlc nd am pleased to say it has relieved me wonderfully." Slf) in the drug gttre and grt "Amine," or send Ik. Vierct 10c for trial pat'W. V I NJVSV Ji signals Anurlc ' le ltttii is ".100 nautical mib s away from Ihe mainland, the coaslwist laws still apply bet'', preventing- fi eign ti.uial ! in t he I: j increase. ! over, will 1 1 by the 11. 1 i. lalois would be included ss to receive a 1 o per cent The labor committee, how eonline their efforts ebb-fly i i ippmg: ' bottoms from carrying freight or j'loeuring incnases in the lower it! g atb s. i The oui-Mton of iticri-asiu wages Is I already bi fore the house ami v. ill be I taken up this ' L i 'ei-iTjifi'l IfUvrtJ ., ... !.. i i l.. . e . ... onssengers between American is. , , , , , , I" alt- i;t i' in- n have recommended 1 It is proposed that licligate isaian-i , . 1 , ,, . ., .I,,,., u i rea.'i s in numerous instances. I iannole shall, at the coming sbol t s. s-; j sion of congress, ask lor hgisi.iti.m io ! relieye the si'Ualioll. r ii I in- I - I Th trade-mark "Aspirin" (Reg. tT. S. Pat Office) is a guarantee that the monoai-fticacidestcr ot salicylicacld In these tablets is ul tUerchablq liaycr manufacture. No Tiavcrs for I'aris, Dec. lo.-l-oyal fan.ilv of C ;rcck lloyalty. -I'ray.-rs for l!w eeee were omitted for the fiist lime today in the .i church in I'm is. by onb r of I o- ti lees of the church, la 'ii''.-. i b or Cr was on st at. Tin i wis manifestation dm ing I !' s i ' enseinblage appoiote.l five loin, t., vast the ' ie- k b '-''a'leti atnl 'as: the siippl--.-ion lbi'ou-;h" it the i of all embh-ms of the mou nt b on: jitn i-:v on 1:1: 'tins ami - 1 a i. T M !SS Til IS, Cut out this i lip. eue!o-.e iMi f,e and mail it Io I ..lev X- Co.. .Sheffield Ave., Chi- e;!:'o( II., ,',ii!ing your name ami ad til. ss eh atb Yoll will receive ill le ek turn a trial !-a I. age containing l'o!e's is. ! 1 1 on. y a tid T-i : Com pntiuil, for con a: lis, i opts ami . I o i p : I ob y ! alney rills, fr. p i ai in salt s en, back ; i ben ma to-iii, backache kidney an, bladder aiiisent... and l"ob- 'alhartic Tab i. is, a whob .one and tborou"hlV , l . -, . e ,! ' ttl a-, (or cotisl n. at Ion. ,- of no The dlficK 1 i le I :. b atlacb" and 1 1 1 on e ( 'mil pai sluggish l.ilt 'e Sa Him v lb 'I leau-hl a bed ( r. . - s- .1 And st nt il to Ion coo in. This tittle chap K new it w as a sn ip Ami 'pii' kly boucbt a io'' It t'lowt t in a- Indian lirk.s. Id-nls and f. Want hijth r.iU Miiiilejf nt (li trt Iit (rele el r--rtiiit? Muke u lit tlie khu( Kilumnt vt tli J.'urnuL U .j ' J 1 . - ! it- . - , y . 1 1 , k v A See Us for All These Electrical and Necessary Household Articles AT YOUR SKRYJCIC Albuquerque Gas, Electric Light & Power Company HIOXK 98 lm.I-,' 1Jf..