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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Sunday, December 17, 1916.
Three 550 Kiddie Kerchiefs 0.-.M . . 1 . Ml I II I p oiuaii i cm siik nanuKerciiieis with colored lwrders and different scenes in the cor ners. Something entirely new for the little folks. Price jht box of twelve as sorted designs ....$2.00 One only 25 1 hree for $1.00 Six for John Lee Clarke f INC. 105 West Central iL4 FURTHER UTTflGKS on gihiei IT I lumphreys' Seventy-seven For Grip, Influenza 1! POLITICIANS C0LDS It's an awful thing: to lose your hair! One of the first signs of unhealthy hair is dandruff. You must get rid of it or your hair will suffer. B ED. PINAUD'S IIAIR TONIC has been used for 100 years by men and women everywhere for dandruff, itching scalp and falling hair. Use it faithfully and prevent baldness and at the same time make your hair beautiful, lustrous ami Mrong. '1 ry one bottle. Ask your druggist. You can test 1' 1) HN'AUD'S by sending 10c. to our American Offices for a" little bottle! Kote how pure and fragrant it is, Parfumerie ED. PLNAUD, Dcpt M ED. rLAlD BLDC. New York , - i i i i - ii i in I,,, I, .mil .in oca I OF WHICH U. S. KNOWS LITTLE GHfUSTMAS SHIP SIS FOR SYHM WITH SUPPLIES Secretary Baker Declares Country Is Unprepared for Defense; Military Training Absolutely Necessary, ISV MORNINd JOURNAL SPECIAL l.f AIID WIRB, Philadelphia, Dee. 16. Newton P. Baker, secretary of war, addressing the American Academy of Political': an, I Social Science here toriignt, ilc- dared that America has learned from i Europe that war is a new thing andj that this country, by experience, has learned that It may Ret info it. He spoke on "The Ileal Significance of! Preparedness." I Mr. Haker said that this country has grown more ideal in its attitude to ward other nations. Country Is Viiproparc d. "If the great test and sacrifice should come to us we should find our selves Inadequately prepared," lie slid. "Although America Is for pence, there are nomo prices that are too high." A part of the urogram of real pre paredness, he said, must he the elimi nation of huge war profits, which j tempt the manufacturers of swonitiofi" to want war lather than peace. "Preparedness comes to lis as tho result of what is going on in Kurope," continued Mr. l!aker. "Our standing army is in the nature of a small po lice force and is Inconsistent with the steady growth of population in the United States, "We have realized by the European war that modern war is different from any former kind of war, is different from any kind of war which we have ever thought about or participated in Military Training Necessary. "We've learned the necessity of mil itary training; that modern war In volves enormously larger forces in proportion to the population; that it means a complete abstraction of men and of all classes from occupations t and business. "We've learned that 'much depends on the success with which the popu lation can be mobilized industrially to support the life of the nation and Us I armies. "iiusiness men, in case of war, should be ready and willing to manu facture national securities." Mr. liaker expressed the hope that some day the world would put aside "the abomination of war.'' Former American Ambassa dors to Turkey Oscar S, Straus and Henry Morgen thau Make Addresses, KING OF BAVARIA IS ALSO READY FOR PEACE ,SV MORNINO JOURNAL SPECIAL LtASIO WIRh, Amsterdam, Dec. IB (via London.) The king of Bavaria, according to a Munich dispatch to the Lokal An zeiger of Herlin, in an address to his troops on the peace proposal, said: "Although I don't know yet wheth er the peace proposal will be accepted, I hope it will tiring about an honora ble peace, corresponding to the sacri fices of two and a half years of war, a peace of which we can be proud, and which will safeguard us for many years. "If our enemies do not accept the magnanimous proposal, then we must convince them through the still great er might and greater successes, that they cannot conquer us." FUNSTON TO SETTLE TRANSPORT QUESTION my MORNIN4 JOURNAL SPICI.L LBASIO WIRB1 Km AJitonio,.Tjt, Dec. 16. MaJ. Gen. Funston has ordered a test of pontoon transportation to decide whether the best method is mules, motor trucks or cateplllar tractors. The test will be made first at Fort Sum Houston and vicinity, und later further west, where the roads through the unsettled districts are almost im passable. Hitherto, the only method of the Fritted States army for pontoon trans portation was by mule and It requires usually fourteen wagons, drawn hy eighty-six mules to carry a division unit. tmr MORNI N9 JOURNAL SPECIAL LtASCO WIRCI New York, lec. !'. Former American Ambassadors to Turkey Os car S. Straus and Henry Morgenthau took part today in ceremonies prelim inary to tho sailing of America's Christmas ship, the t'nited States na. r collier Caesar, for Beirut with $250. Onn worth of food, clothing and (medlenl Mipplles foe the. )lcslitu'to I people of Syria and Armenia. The food and clothing were pur chased with funds collected hy the American committee for Armenian and Syrian relief, and tho medical sup plies were contributed by the Red Cross. The sailing of the ship was postponed until tomorrow morning because the loading of the cargo was not completed until late today. The relief committee announced that, besides this shipment, it had ca bled 1410,000 for distribution ut in land centers which cannot receive supplies from the Caesar's cargo, be sides pledging $500,000 to be sent to Syria and Armenia in January, al though it treasury Is declared to bo virtually empty. Mr. Straus and Mr. Morgenthau, 1i, short speeches tit the pier where the Caesar lay, emphasized the signifi cance of the work of relief, Mr. Straus describing it as the "finest possible expression of international friendship conducive to pence and good will throughout the world." It will be impossible for the Ameri can peopjo appreciate what this cargo will mean to the refugees who had been cut off from communica tion with the outside world for more than two years, Mr. Morgenthau said. Cleveland II. Dodge, a member of tho relief committee, who presided, said the Caesar would be Joyfully welcomed by American missionaries and consuls in Syria, who had not seen the American flag in that harbor for many months. 8 SS3 K mm UTILITY GIFTS Are the Kind That Give Real Pleasure and Satisfaction This store is peculiarly adapted for the selection of gifts that make for the comforts of home. COOKIXG DEVICES Everything that's new and modern. ELECTRIC LAMPS In all the new and lat est designs. ELECTRIC FIXTURES We have on display a large and fine stock. SEE US THIS WEEK Arno Huniwr Electric Co, riIOXE615 418 WEST CENTRAL AUSTRIAN EMPEROR SAID TO FAVOR PEACE ISV MORNINfl JOURNAL CP1CIAL LKASCD WIRI1 Paris, Dec. 16. Emperor Charles of Austria-Hungary is credited with having taken the initiative in the peace move by the coalition of the central powers, according to the Heme correspondent of La Liberie, on the strength of information ob tained from political circles in touch with officials of the central powers. The new emperor, It Is said, desired to inaugurate his reign by an effort in favor of peace. This worried tho Herlin government, which feared that tho young monarch might prove an uncertain ally. The visit of Emperor William of German?, it is declared, was not to attend the funeral of the late emper or, but was for the purpose of having a personal interview with Kmperor Charles. The interview could not bo on the day of the funeral, but at the second conference, at which King Ferdinand of Hulgaria also wag pres ent, Emperor Charles is supposed to have consented to a postponement of the offer of peace until after the cap ture of Hucharest. SOUNDING OUT NEUTRALS ' ON PEACE PROPOSALS ISV MORNINa JOURNAL SPKCIAL LIABf O WiRII Berlin, Dec. 13 (via Wireless to the Associated Press, via Sayville, Dec. 16. Delayed in Transmission.) A military official who Is frankly and keenly hopeful that some way may be found to end the war, though he is none too optimistic at present, to day called together representatives of the neutral press to inquire as to the probable effect of the German peace note in neutral countries. He laid great stress on this point and particularly whether there would be any tendency to con strue the German note as a sign of weakness. Discussing the possibility that atl peace propositions may be rejected at present, this officer declared Ger many was aware the French and Hrit iish would make another herculean ef fort in the west next spring an ef fort for which Germany would be ful ly prepared. He expressed the opin ion that it could not have any result other than continued slaughter and that it would have no more prospect of success than the Somme offensive. Men Who Voted to Extend Powers of French Premier Now Charge He Has Near Dictatorship, fV M3RNINS JOURNAL SPICIAL LtAStO WiRS? Paris, Dec. 16.- -The opposition to the government in the chamber of deputies, notwithstanding (he major- i it v for Premier llriand on the recent vote of confidence, renewed their at tni ks today on the occasion of the dis cussion of the government's demand for authorization to regulate 'by de cree urgent questions affecting na tional defense, among them the pro hibition of the sale of alcoholic bev erages. There has been so much politics in tho air since tho war began. Inter pellations by Senators Clemenceau and Henri Iterenger on Tuesday are awaited with much Interest In the ex pectation that the issue of the con flict In the senate will finally clear the situation. Answering the rhurgcH of "dictator ship" from the radical parliamentar ians, and some of the newspapers, tho Temps says: "The country is tired of these pas sionate debates, which me scarcely to be tolerated in time of peace. Prompt action Is what is wanted." The Journel des Debuts says: "To say to the government 'govern' and then to cry 'dictatorship,' so soon as it asks to be allowed in urgent cases to issue decrees instead of soliciting legislation, lg to push contradiction too far." "Seventy-seven" is good for l.a Grippe, Influenza, Flowing F.yes and Nose, Coryza; Sneezing, Cough; Fever, ishness, Restlessness, Irritability; I Ion t or Dryness of Throat, Thirst; Pain and Soreness In Head, Hack and Chest, General prostration and Despondency. For Colds which are obstinate, that "hang on" and do not yield to treatment. A small vial i the vest pocket, or mailed. f pleasant pellets fits All drug stores. LTiC. Humphreys' llunieo. Medicine 156 William Street, New Yolk. Co., Jack London's j Own Story of first rush into tho Klondike. Have mined an,l camped through tho Sier ras and other places, etc. Never hav ing been unwise cnoiiuh to learn a trade, 1 have worked at all sorts of hard labor. When In the Klondike tnv father (lied, and 1 returned to take charge Of the family. Have never been rash enough to put out a sheet anchor In the form of a wife. Hut when 1 re turned from the Klondike I resolved to make the light of my life hy mak ing my living with my pen. This was precarious, for my assets were nil, and my liabilities legion. I Was also a beginner, new nothing of markets, methods of editors, needs, or how to furnish those needs. My literary life Is thus about fourteen months old, during which time 1 have striven to find myself, from the writing of trio lets to I'latik verse, and front lea ture articles for yellow Journals to really ambitions short stories. Con sequently I have turned out a vast deal of hack work. And little ambi tions work. Nor have 1 yet been so financially situated that 1 could try anything long. "The Son of the Wolf," as you wlii discover, Is a collection of short stor ies. Thej-e were written to supply a pressing need for cash, and wore pub lished principally In the Overland Monthly of San Francisco, also In Atlantic Monthly. Then they worn collected (nine ol" them), and sub mitted successfully to Messrs. Hough ton, Mifflin & Co. (Karly Letter to M. I.. Ofborne National Magazine.) Please do not be led away bv the error in one of them relating to my birthplace. I was born In San Fran- ; cisco and am ft California!! by birth as well as residence. I was 1M years old last January. I lived on Cali fornia, ranches until my 10th year, when my family removed to Oakland, a city, 1 believe, now boasting- HO.000 Inhabitants. Hy fits and stmts I ac quired i grammar school education, but rough life always called to me, my whole ancestry was nomadic (Its destiny being apparently to multiply and spread over the enrth), so at la I, too, struck: oiM into the world. 1 AA nu-,,1' Mir ...mul,. Lw.U- the strain in the bloodso I went with j 'cpresentative of the Lancashire mill- r-fmcttin t I ft rt Unnl f n ri no- fi m -n ik 1 (1S ' - - '-v v it ,n -.'.. n- i. tho scum murine population of San BRITISH LABOR MEN OPPOSE PEACE TALK 'IT MORNINtt JOURNAL SPI'''! Lf ASID WIRII London, Dec. 16. Lloyd's Weekly News publishes specially written state ments on tho subject of the German peace offer by four representative la bor leaders Stephen Walsh, M. P, James o'Grady, chairman of the General Federation of Trades Unions; Francisco bay, where 1 got dow'n close to the nuked facts of life. It was a most adventurous experience, and one (like all the rest) winch I have never regietted. I there learned tho rudi ments of seamanship, handling small craft in the sternest of weather, till the month I was 17. I was fitted to ship before the mast as an a'de sea man. Went to Japan, seal hunting on the ItusRian side of Hearing sen, etc. It was the longest voyage 1 ever took (seven months;) life was too short to admit of more, Hut I have, taken many nhort ones ami have served in divers forecastles, stokehulej, etc., and am at hmn onywUore. When I turned rN, having taken an interest In economics and sociology, 1 went trumping (to tho manner horn) throughout: the l;yite(l State ami Canada. Since then have continued those studies, but In a more conven tional and theoretical way. I dabbled nf high school, took a brief fling at the state university, but failed to complete my freshman year (not failed from a scholarly stand pohiO, and hurried away with the C. H. Stanton, M. P., for Merthyr Tyd fil, and Lieut. Col. John Ward, com mander of the navies battalion. All declare that the war musl con tinue until the conditions laid down by Premiers Asquith and Lloyd GeoiNe are achieved, but Walsh, In addition, contends that the entente al lies should take the opportunity to make their position clear before the world. DUKE CIT'V Cleaners-Hatters tlO West Oold Phone THE WM. FARR COMPANY vv'noiesalo tr.J P.et?'.! t.ler)i In FKKKII AND SALT MEATP Sausage Sc'lnlt For Cattle and Hogs the Rullnl Market Prices Ar Paid Si A CsBH" BW Wm I Madam Let us beli you choose the Cigars for "II IS" Christmas. Here is a list of the best grades should your purchase not be "II IS" special brand we will gladly exchange them; NATHAN 8CIII-OSS SIDHLlO tadi:ma Ml lUKli COKIVA KOI III MiLKG LA AOKA mi:ii;l AM) OTHLIt .OOI llltl.VDS High Grade Candies IV handle nn extra Fin rjrao of Candles such as the WHITMAN CHOCoLATKS etc., Just he kind any lady would appreciate as a Chrlsttmas gilt. New Mexico Cigar Co. PHONE 7SS. mm Mi WEST C E NT HAL Week Do It This Make your holiday purchases of Klectrical (lifts 1)V all means this week. Your wife will appreciate any of the articles mentioned be low. See that some of them enter your home this week, or to he exact Christmas morning". It will cheer up the whole family. YOUR XMAS BREAKFAST Tho whole family will ap preciate the ''Christmassy" at mosphere of an electrically cooked breakfast. Toast, coffee, bacon, egt "veu steaks and chops, may be ill served from the table. It costs less than any other kind of cooking'. Things taste, liotltr. There's less work. An electrically cooked Xmns breakfast would by a happy surprise for everybody In your house. Let us show you how simply It can be done. ALBUQUERQUE GAS, ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO. PHONE 98 "If I Could Have Anything I Want," nays Mrs. Average-wife, 'I'd take one of the new elec tric vacuum cleaners." That'n where you shine, Mr. Average-husband. Steal homo late some night with ono of those on exhibition In our windows, and see how she'll bless you. Or belter still, order it now ind let us send It around bright and early Xmag morning. IT'S YOl'll MOV10 ALBUQUERQUE GAS, ELfcCTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO. PHONE 98 Start Xmag Morning With a Cup of Good Coffee Let the first gift you toke off the tree Ninas morning be lin elect tie percolator. Have really good coffee It will be an Ideal present to everybody In the fam ily. - ' - " ' You make It at the table In a few moments Just, by turning the switch. Let us show you, now, bow simply they work, and what wonderful improvements they nru over the old-fashlonetl kind. Then you'll want ono for YOL'K Xmas gift to "the house." ". ALBUQUERQUE GAS, ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO. PHONE 98 HOT WATER IN AN INSTANT To hent father's shaving wil ier quickly in the morning, use Electricity. Give him on electric shaving outfit. He will like It because It Is convenient, sanitary, eco nomical, One of tho many suitable electrical gifts you can see at our shop. ALBUQUERQUE GAS, ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO. PHONE 98 YOU'LL ENJOY IT YOURSELF The satisfaction of knowing that the housework In your home Is done effi ciently will come to you lf you choose electrical .Xmas gifts. living your wife an electric flat Iron, for Instance, is like giving a preeerit to yourself. Saves her lots of steps. IX)W Cost Of operation. Iteally us up to date for the house wife as the telephone or typewriter i for the business man, .IVK II Kit ONK THIS XMAS ALBUQUERQUE GAS, ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO. PHONE 98 "DO IT l:LI (i ni( ALLY- MEMBER OF liinsnsjlini .), i- . TH F JLm, SOCIETY jFOR ELECTRICAL DEVELOPMENT INC. NEW YORK ---Jat.j(fiS ,--,-, .1 m., .:. .M. --. 'DO IT ELECTRICALLY1 n u