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1 '.u-r-day, Feb. 4, 1919.
JSJL PASO J-U-KAJLJJ IJL FACTIONS HM SPOT One Favors Taking In All Refugees; Other Would Bar Huerta Followers. - a 5C5?.on of thre hours or more i " ur..o.'..stF"' of expatriated Mx i t t.t .ers in Liberty hall Sunday, t. a organization by a rising ote re- i iM n aorept he base-r or pnn r ri I'f the more or less similar --c.-in. known as the "alianxa." "re was so difficult to decide s w nen it came to a division, those ojt i to the acceptance of the ,t - of the "allanra" stepped over . . t side of i he great ball and - -n favor to the west. It was :o ste that the east side was in - sjonty but the "alianziastas" vid a - Trrngr following. , f sht in favor of the "alianxa" - rir j. n.- v as led by Gen. Federico -rv.Ltr- and Manuel Bon ills. The -.ons on the part of the "union Rights To Own Property Over World Sought Mexican Investors Want Peace Conference to Act On Big Principle. New York, Feb. 4. E. I Doheny. president tif the Mexican Petroleum company. Is quoted by a representa tive of Dow. Jones Co, as saying that committee of the National Asso ciation for the Protection of American Interests in Mexico is merely going to the peace conference to ask one Ms question. Concisely stated it is: "Will the governments that will be estab lished In many new states that will be formed out of the fonr great na tfnn- of eastern EnroM he nermltted to ignore vested property rights ot citizens and loreigners tnai nave oeen established for years and if not will Mexico, which is in the same category, while not a combatant In the great war, be allowed by the powers to 1s mnfiHMtArv rivTmi and bv overt -v ere that they favor taking in ! ,ct. not only to ignore vested prop- or refugee Mexicans wno r.v rights but to enact legislation 11 TS DOHENY HE FAITH Mexican Body Sees Move For Intervention jo.n fn the effort to pacify M . o and restore law and order in "untrv and would pot accept ahanras" posit J on against form- -r f I lowers of Gen. Huerta. The pe: k- rs in opposition also urged the "alianxa" showed its colors n 'avor of Gn. Felipe Angeles, the "i el! known Mexican artillery officer. "u 'OQista speakers claimed their r on i? not out In the interest of arv The question of agreement the two organisation. was otcr.t out oer two Sundays, having rr (oir.menced last Sunday a week ""he ur.ion!sta organisation has ieci-i .1 to celebrate the anniversary f the Mexican constitution of 1857 a literary and musical program a rendered at Liberty hall next vJT.a The anniversary of that aer.a thata of Mexico is Feb. 5 but - was derided to postpone the cele bration until the date named. A com mittee was appointed at the meeting -i L benv hai! Sunday morning to -epar the program. SAY THEY CONTRACTED TO SUPPLY MEX. AIRPLANES r. Jenkins, eon of corpora- 1 . ut B f.-e'ved his discharge from the TJ. S. .-I- .iI'ti service, and Jean F. de Vlllar. a e riosea a contract witn ue. jtexi 'i -prnm?nt through Gen. Castro. ' ' 1 '"i -Tirnd.nder of Chihuahua, for ( of " bombing airplanes, ac- ir to M Villar. Details as to r ;pe: rr machines and service are -g v-.thheld. but Mr. Vlllar stated negotiations were now onder way t i the United States war depart - f .r for securing permits to export machines to Mexico r. Villar stated that he was a vet- i aviatur of the late war in Eu " ,'a having seen extensive service on i western front He also stated i i a' he n,as the owner of several pat i i . rplanes. ZAPATA IS SUCCEEDED BY -CITIZEN GEN." CARAVEO I that is against all law. equity and Justice. Tested Rights Inalienable. "Vested property rights in Mexico are inalienable, no matter what Car ranza or any other government of that benighted country may declare." con tinned .Mr. Doheny. "They were ac quired in most instances by purchase and under the then existing Mexican law. "We deem It a matter of gravest in ternational Im po ranee that notice should be served not only on Mexico bnt on all states throughout the en tire world that the great powers in sist upon a recognition of vested property rights of foreigners and they are not to oe imenerea wun uy change In form of Government of any particular country nor at the whim of a president, kins: or dictator or whom soever may happen at the moment to be strong enough to take over the reigns of government or the helm of state. "I repeat that the Issue is an inter national one and that is the reason we are going to Paris to ask this one big question of the peace conference." it is unaerstooa uui vut? .ci Polk Believed Oil Magnate Going To Pans On "Le gitimate Business." Washington. IX C Feb. 4. Acting secretary of state Polk declares that be does not believe the peace con ference would take up "the question of Mexieo and the oil interests" there and expressed surprise when informed that Edward L. Doheny. of Los An geles, had stated at Halifax that he was head of a delegation going to Paris to press the question of Ameri can property rights In Mexico. Says Presence Demanded. "Mr. Doheny assured me when he applied for a passport." said Mr. Polk, "that he was not going to Paris for any purpose other than that of the legitimate business of bis oil com pany. He said his British and other European connections demanded his presence. Mr. Doheny would not have secured his passports if he had told me what he is reported to have said in this interview. "I do not believe, and told Mr. Do heny so, that the question of Mexico and the oil interests would be taken up at the peace conference. It looks to me as K the state department had been made a victim of bad faith." Knmvne attorney for the Standard Oil i 1 i . jchkuis, bdo 01 corpora-t ' " - , nr re B F. Jenkins, who recently company will be the third .member of i 1. j i v i ttiA vHnmittee to reoresenc the oil in terests. Unaffected By Decree When ashed regarding the refusal of the Mexican government to issue drilling permits to oil companies now operating in Mexico, Mr. uoneny saiu: "Ever since that decree was issued soma time aero the Mexican Petroleum company has been in a position where we have bad no need to drill new Wells. The potential production of my company at present Is more than five times its pipe line capacity, -which Is still less, being: about 70.000 barrels per diem. As a matter of fact, the stoppage of drilling in Mexico by the authorities would redound to the benefit of our company by reason or its effect upon the market price of petroleum. "Nevertheless, actuated by a desire to see Justice done to all and as a member of the National association for Protection of American Interests In Mexico, ray company joins witn other oil Interests in protesting against this confiscatory manifesto." SEEK HUSBAND OF WOMAN' KILLED IN TRAIN WRECK "-ring news from southern -j. a c ,.tr, ' Mexico brings the procla natioii of "general" Manuel Palafox d-pj6!ng" Emilfano Zapata, of the ' dte f Morelos, from command of i 1 it. tl ose two leaders term the Tib- "tu 0- -rrry of the south. and put he lattcr's place "cltixen general" '- c'o Caraveo. who fought in the -neVr Fasqual Orosco. The ? th:s force as stated is - r tiy this manifesto to the r "r.ary army or the south. FATHER WIRES CONSUL TO GET SON A LAWYER "i '. father of Felipe Emmet t. an -rican awaiting trial in the Juarez . I on a charge of robbery, has wired aerican consul K. A. Dow to ar tnge to have his son represented by - American lawyer at the trial. It s said that the charges against .I meit were maae vy a German liv--? ! Jtiarex. who accused him of - i- s ((-me clothes from a suitcase th.- bojse where he was staying, i r rath- ol Emmett resides in Bel r t-ham. ash. urtfti Jt Co.. buy Liberty Bonds. Adv. The American Smelting and Refin ing company officials here are making an euorx 10 locate joocpa oyicia, whose wife was killed In the train wreck Tuesday night on the Mexican Central railroad CO miles north of Chi huahua City. His wife accompanied him to the border and was returning to Chihuahua City when killed. Spiers left here for Los Angeles but no trace of him can be found there. rater details or the wrecK tlx the casualties at 30 killed and 75 injured. A freight train operated by the Ameri can Smelting ana Kenning company. collided with a passenger train. Ma jor Garza, federal paymaster was among the dead. To Core nabltual Constipation Take "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" for two or three weeks. A Liquid Tonic Laxative. Pleasant to Take 50c it Regulates. Adv. GET IT AT McMICKLE'S A STORE IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD liberty Bread, 2 loaves 15c Fancy Layer Cakes, each. . . 25c Fresh Doughnuts, dozen 19c Cup Cakes, Ice and Plain, dozen 15c Assorted Pies, each 15c Large Res, all kinds fruit, each 30c Pumpkin Pies, each 20c Buns, Plain and Sugared, dozen 15c Parker Hous9 Soils, dozen .' 15c Assorted Cookies, 2 dozen 25c Fruit Bars, doz. ...-.150 Coffee Cake, cut .10c Lady Fingers, dozen 10c Ginger Bread 10c Baisin Bread, loaf ?-.15c Large Cup Cakes, each ..10c Napoleon Slices, 2 for 5c French and Bye Bread, 2 for 15c And many other good things to eat, baked fresh daily. Also Meat Department in connection. Doheny s Delegation May Not Gel Hearing Before League Formed Paris. France. Feb. A. The an nouncement In news dispatches from New Tork that representatives of British and American oil. mlnine- and cattle Interests In Mexico were coming to Paris to lay their claims before the peace conferei.ee Is attracting much attention In American government cir cles and Is causing speculation as to how Mexican affairs may be present ed, it at ail. i Mexico has not been connected di-l rWHv With ttiA 1 Till .ka nnlnlnn I I official circles is that business inter- sali,eI" 14 year old girls had been ests or foreign powers, which have ivnwg au..w. Alliance With A Branch Here Appeals To U. S. Labor Federation. New York. Feb. 4. The Alianza Liberal Mexlcana, or Mexican Liberal alliance, made public here last night a memorial to the American Federa tion of Labor, urging that influence be brought to bear on the govern ment "to nullify the efforts of certain financial groups' to bring about armed intervention in Mexico. Seek to Vnlfe Factions. At the same time, the organization announced plans, by which It hopes to unite the various Mexican factions Into a harmonious whole, supporting a government "selected by all the voters." This nlan. It was said. In volves the organization through this country and Mexico of branch or ganisations and the conduct of a widespread educational campaign in both countries. The alliance, although formed only last November, already has American branches in El Paso. Laredo and San Antonio. Texas, Los Angeles. San Francisco, New Orleans, Philadelphia and Tucson, Ariz., it was asserted. MEXICAN TOWN RAIDED THREE TIMES IN MONTH A letter received bere from reliable sources states that during the month previous to Jan. 29 there had been three raids on the prosperous town of JODAF. GALLEDY DEATH One of City's Best Known Attorneys Passes Away In His Home Here. I Jodi F. Woodson, aged 45, one ofi the best known El Paso attorneys, ' died at 6 oclock Monday evening, at'g his home, ill East Misoarl street. after an Illness of two weeks. ! Judge Woodson contracted his last g illness upon a trip to Marfa, Texas, :g in the interest of the James Norman jg estate at that place. That was 1'jg days ago. He returned home ill and was never able to return to his office. I f Deceased leaves a wife, formerly is Miss Nannie Allen, of Georgetown, t Ky. and a 17 year old daughter. Kftza-, beth. who was attending Berkeley S university at the time of the death M ot her father. Miss Woodson, accom- panied by her uncle, Millard Patter- M son, will arrive here today. A broth- s er of deceased, William Woodson, oflg St. Jo. Mo. Is also en route to El Paso, and funeral arrangements will not be completed until they arrive. Came Here In 1IKM. receased had lived In El Paso since 1901. He came here from Missouri. ; his native state .where his uncle Is a s Justice of the supreme court, to asso- cute himself with the firm of Patter- son and Buckler, which then took the name of Patterson, Buckler & Wood- H son. Mr. Patterson is an uncle of iiidr. Woodson. I A few years ago. when Mr. Patter- j 3 San Buena Ventura, in western Chi- son retired from the practice of law, ; g nuanua. .Hex., ana mat me larger t me iirm was uissoivcu sou juuuBj stores had been so thoroughly looted j Woodson had In recent years been that there really was not a large store . practicing law alone. He had one of . g left In the place. The letter merely the most lucrative practices of any , g said the raidlne; and lootinir bad been man In the southwest and had been . done by bandits and did not say who i connected with some of the most im- j g mey were or neaaec Dy. The writer also stated that from San Buena Ventura northward to Casas Grandest in the same state, many murders had been committed to gether with robberies, even to takins the clothes off the backs of victims and leaving the dead out on the plains to be eaten by the wolves. The writer IrTOffiBCTT- Specials For Women At The Walk-Over This Week suffered confiscation in Mexico, prob- aair can not get a bearing in Paris until the society of nations Is organ ized fully and the main Issues connect ed with the war passed upon. Under the Monroe doctrine, the United States naturally wouM be consulted before any steps were taken to bring about an adjustment of the friction between Mexico ana foreign powers. As a re sult, the Mexican differences are be ing watched eagerly because of the DOSSibtlitV that tbev mav indirar hn. the society of nations will affect the historic American poller. REBEL FORCE MOVING INTO C0AHUILA STATE News from Piedras pmt fna- buila. Mex.. bv wav of San Antnnln says that there appeared in the neigh borhood of Muzqulz. Coahulla, a force of rebels and that Gen. Fernanda Pe raldi. commander of the federal troops at ine urst namea border point had sent a force out against them. It ap pears that there was considerable alarm In Pledraa Xecrrasi not nnlv at the particular dancer to Muzqulz but also because It was reported at the lormer place mat Kransleo villa with aoe to lew men had gone from the state of Chihuahua Into Coahulla. threatening Cuatro Clenegas and rrra Moiada. Reports were pub lished In El Paso recentlv that TTIrw- llto Villa, brother of Francisco Villa, had gone Into the state ot Coahuila several days ago: also, that Cuatro Clenegas was threatened. MEXICAN RAILROADS HAVE CHANGES IN MANAGEMENT Mexico City papers give out the news that the management of the Mexican Southern and Interoeeanic railroads has been transferred from that of the National Railways of Mexico to that of the Mexican Rail way known as the "Queens Own." a British owned road, under the man agement of Col Paulino Pontes. The Southern and Interoeeanic was built and owned by British capital but rassed to the National Itailwavs of Mexico when the government took over most of the railroads. It is stated that federal director of the rovernment roads Pescador. askef that the roads be taken over because he had no protection from banditrv and could sot care for them as they snouiu oe inis cnange was agreed to by president Carranza. VILLA GOES TO MINE IN SEARCH OF FOREIGNERS News reached here from Chihuahua City that a band of Pancho Villa's followers ha gone to the Santa Do mingo mine in the Santa Eulalia min ing district IS miles distant on the night of the :9th ult. looking for Roy Mathewson and others who had been prisoners of Villa himself for a few hours eight days previously. No particulars were detailed but tbe strong Inference from the message was that the "Villistas had failed to find any of the foreigners that they were hunting. LOT NO. I Tan Calf, Tan Kid and Black Kid Lace Boots, with Mili tary, Cuban, Wood and Leather Louis Heels. These are regular lines. Spe cially priced this week $6.45 Walk-Over I All Sales Final. LOT NO. 2 Broken and Discon tinued Lines of Black Kid in Lace and Button, Cuban and Leather Louis Heels. Specially priced this week $2.95 op portant litigations ever conducted in:g tins part ot me couoiri. " ii nt, , was a member of tbe firm of Patter- s son. Buckler & Woodson, they handled all the business for the E. P. & S. W. railroad. Since the dissolution of the firm. Judge Woodson had specialized! In probate matters and represented some very Urge estates. Including; that of the late Frank G. Tobln. the late W. IL Austin, the late Alexander I C. StepHens, the late Dane Washburn and the late James Norman, of Marfa. 'rver In Politics. Deceased had never been In politics In El Paso, but confined his endeavors to the practice of law strictly. He was not a club man. but a home man. j Paris, France. Feb. 3. In pro pes "?I55td.ntnsirw .ng secretary Lansing's nam. ai 214 San Antonio. 1ST PENALIZE IMS Hi FOB WAR iflfllli 1TI01LP MEXICAN OFFICER ON TRIAL FOR KILLING U. S. SOLDIER The trial of the Mexican lieutenant arrested by the Juarez military auth orities in connection with the killing of David Troib, an American soldier, whose body was found with a bullet hole through the head, on the Mexi can side of the border early in De cember, was begun Monday morning in Juarez before lie Iandro Diaz de Leon. Jodie advocate of the Mexican army. The trial Is being conducted according to the military procedure, and is sot open to the public. head of the committee on responsi bility for the war. Capt- Andre Tar dleu. the French member of the com mittee, said that before regulating a peace of justice It was necessary to impose penalties upon the authors ' of the aggressions, which had CUX DIECm TO SUCCEED GEN. CASTKO, IS REPORT La Patrla." a Spanish daily pub lished in El Paso, claims to have In formation from Mexico City that Gen. Manuel M. Dleguez. who was recently occupied in trying to overcome tnelield ,t tne Peai chapel Monday at icjki ti.reii.u., f-""" ;'. "- io.J9 and the body snippea to uaies state of Tamaulipas, is likely to be b 11L accompanied by his father, J. Fewell. of El Paso, now residing with her husband In San Diego. During his residence in El Paso, he had accumulated considerable prop erty. Including an apartment house on the south side ot Franklin street 4nf ninth nf CArneete library. "Jitdce Woodson soon accumulated ' hmns-ht rfeath to millions. a lucrative practice after coming to! The work of the committee, he ex El Paso." said judge Buckler Tuesday, plained, would be first to study the "as he was a most efficient lawyer i facts, which would establish the guilt and was continuously engaged in the G those responsible for premeditated trial of many Important cases. He violation of treaties and international was universally esteemed and looked I law ana. second, to fix the penalties. upon as one oi me amen, ww 1 which would oe aeiinea ana appueu. lignt ana conscientious auorneya .u the city. SERGT. J. II. MITCHELL. Serrt. Jesse Harrison Mitchell, K comoany. Eighth Infantry, died at 111714 Myrtle avenue Friday. January 31 of pneumonia. He was burled wilh military honors at Fort Bliss Mondav morning at 10 oclock. He Is survived by a wife, Mra Doris Mitchell. The home of Sergt. Mitchell was In Chat tanooga, Tenn. I He closed by proposing secretary Washington. D. C, Feb. 3. A MIL urged by secretary Lane, as the first step in the development of the Rocky j Mountain national park, was passed ' today by the bouse and sent to the' senate. It repeals a part of the law creating the park, that limited annual expenditures to JlO.Wv.WO. Lansing for president, which was ap pro . ed by the committee. AVILI DrSCTSS BUDGETS- j Santa Fe. Feb. 4. The state col lege and the university represent-' tWes had another hearing before the budcet committee today. For (ida. n-n-n and. ln.Sl,o.er.sa. Call at Kelly 4 Pollard fcr a of Klnx's Antiteptlc Catarrh Cream. : opens up the head and aHows frr breatBmx. Wonderful results K-IIs germs Heals sore membranes. Read Herald Want Ads. PVT. CIIAS. It. 1IAWI.EY. Chas. R. Hawley. a soldier, private in the 315th motor transport company. ;S years of age, died at tne ease nos- ''' pltal Friday. Funeral services were United States Commissioner General of n sent with a very considerable force to Torreon to succeed Gen. Jesus Angus tin Castro in command of the army of the north, which includes tne state ot Chihuahua. In the event of this change, that paper says. Gen. Castro will probably return to Mexico cur. Cbas. N. Hawley. JESSE HARRISON MITCHELL. Jesee Harrison Mitchell of El Paso, age 31 years, died at 1157 H Myrtle avenue Friday morning. Services were held Monday at 10 oclock and the body will be Interred at Fort Bliss eeme- All sessions of the court martial j trial of Capt. JuanAspleta. of the LORRAIX COUNTS, Mexican am;, orios neni r orriin Counts. age IS, died at closed doors and no one but the court !,,,-, wnle . venue Sunday morning. permitted J services will be held Wednesday McMICKLE'S LOCATIONS: 600 San Antonio St. 506 Mesa Schneider's Market. 607 S. EI Paso St. U.S. Food Administration Liceotc Number B 17631 TO ABOLISH CARD SYSTEM OF TRADING AT BORDER Washington, D. C Feb. 4. Con gressman Garner of Texas has been informed that customs collectors will be instructed to abolish the frontier traffic card system immediately. Un der the card system alll persons com ing into the United States from Mex ico had to record purchases on the back of the card and were limited as to amount MEXICAN OIL OUTPUT IS 58,156,239 BARRELS Mexico City. Mex Feb. 1. Mexico produced In 1918 a total of S8.15fi,:33 barrels of petroleum, according to of ficial announcement, which adds that this is only a fraction of the poten tial production of the fields. The daily potential production is estimated at x.zz,bzb oarreis. officials and witnesses are permitted ; o. .1 m v km ' tn attend. The officer Is charged! ,1,. .ti nf nbihM with the murder of private, David j fro A west interment will be Troib. an American soldier wno was made at Evergreen cemetery. 1UUUU U WU U H 1UD .VAM.H .J V. the Rio Grande near here. Judge advocate general Alejandro Diaz de Leon, of the northeastern military zone. Is here with his staff from Chi huahua city to conduct the trial. Charges Loan From U. S. Being Used To Pay the Interest On Russ Bonds Former Crown Prince Is Suing For Divorce mmigration, Tells Why He iTo Create Red Blood, Strength and Endurance Despite Hii 64 Yean. He I Today More Active and Alert Than Many A Younger Mas. Former nealth Commissioner Wm R. Kerr, of Cblcago, Says He Relieve Nuxated Iron Should be Prescribed By Every Phy sician and Used In Every Hospital In This Country. on. Anthony Lamineth ses A J Eases Quickly When You Apply a Little Musterole. And Musterole vroa't blister like the old-fashioned rnastsrd plaster. Just spread it on with your fingers. It penetrai3 to the sore spct vrith a gentle tingle, loosens the congestion snd dnnrs out the soreness end pcin. Musterole is a deza, vrhite cist sect made vrith oil of costard. It is fine for quick relief from sera throat, bronchitis, tonsilitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, headache, congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lum bago, pains and aches of the back or joints,sprcinsrEirmsclss,brdses, chil blains, frosted feet, colds on the chest. Nothing lite Musterole for croupy chil dren. Keep it handy for instant use. SOc and 60c jars; hospital size $250. llliii Don't Catch Cojd tad ilkrw it to TU3 into Pnexacaia. At oe but "Salfo-Qmiffiie Ullrti to brell VP rocr cold in Ic tcsm. No dirxooci Calmer tad BO bJ brri rfjet, ibiaiilaeijttns!c. ML BHGGISTS Kelly A Pollard. El Paso. Tex. tner crown nrince. accoroins iu ports, has remained at Potsdam. Frederick William was married in June. 1905. to the grand duchess Ce cils of Mecklenburg, a sister ot the hum. nf Denmark. They have five the United States entered the! children, the youngest, princess Alex andra, having oeen norn in A Zurich dispatch Sunday quoted the Tageblatt of Prague, as authority for the statement that former em peror Charles of Austria-Hungary In tended to apply for a divorce from his wife, who was princess Zlta of Bour bon and Parma. Washington, D. C. Feb. Asser tions of representative Mason, of Illinois, Republican, that a portion of the American loan of SlST.OOe. to Russia was being used by the Russian agents In this country to pay the In terest on Kussian Donas sold nere De fore war, aroused a heated discussion Monday in the house. Representative Mason declared : large unused portion of the loan re mained in the hands of agents of the Kerensky government when the Bol shevik! gained control. He said tbe secretary of the treasury could have called tbe unused portion hack into the treasury as demand notes were held on the agent. This was not done. he said. Representative PheUn. ot Massa chusetts. Democrat, denied that the secretary ot the treasury had any control over the money, as "there had been no strings attached to the loan." Hun Spartacans Seize Government Buildings In Koenigsberg, Prussia 9 aied Iron Zurirh- Switzerland. Feb. 4. Fred erlck 'William Hohenzollern. eldest son of the former German emperor, ac cording to a Berlin dispatch to the Munich Zeltung. has Instituted pro- Frederick Wlltam now is an exile (Hon. Anthony Caminettl Is today from Germany, on the Dutch island more active and alert than many a of Welrtngen. The family of the for- j youngeT man would be in meeting the , rnvn rri n aecordln? to re-1 strain of his official duties. Despite his it years and a life whlrh calls him to all parts ot the country in all climates and all seasons. I'niteil States Commissioner of Immigration Argentine To Loan Millions To Allies Buenos Aires. Argentina, Feb. 4. The British minister and Julio Mo reno, acting minister of finance, have agreed to sign the cereal convention tomorrow. The convention provides for a loan of 4:&0,v0.oe gold to the allies by Argentina and there will be no specifications as to minimum prices and tne quantity ot grain to oe pur chased. Copenhagen, Denmark" Feb. 4. A; SAYS WILSON'S IDEALS majority of the government buildings in noenigsoerg, cast rrusBia. nave been seized by Spartacans from Berlin. The governor of East Prussia has de clared a state of siege tn the Thorn district and Instituted courts martial. HUN LOYALISTS MARCHING ON BREMEN; CITY IS QUIET Berlin, Germany, Feb. 4. (By Asso ciated Press). There has been no change in the situation at Bremen and it is reported that all was quiet there up to early Sunday evening-, t II err JtosKe, the commander! ncnier of the government forces marching on Bremen, said that the negotiations ' with the Spartacan insurgents were1 continuing, but that nothing definite! naa been concluded. B0LSHEVIKI KILL AN AGED MAN IN BRUTAL MANNER (.Continued from page 1) Pakrovsk village. Here they met a steamer carrying the Czecho-Slovaks. or white guards. Rather than have the bishop liberated by them, the red guard decided to kill htm. Tbe old 1 heavy burdens of ammunition during the flight of the convoy. When hi. , nnd go no farther, says the Inform- his torturers tied-a rock to his ; ft and -thrcv him Into the river. T-e ror'v wae rero-rered later bv hla ' people and gjven burial In Tc v :lk. NOT THOSE OF AMERICA Washington, D. C Feb. 4. In an address Monday, urging prompt con clusion ot a peace treaty and the re turn of American troops from Eu rope, senator Hale, of Maine. Repub lican declared he did not believe the ideals, for which president Wilson Is contending, were the ideals of the vast majority of tbe American people, an-i that the fighting Americans did not Intend to include Ideals fought to make the world safe for democracy. "I do not wish to decry the work of the president." said senator Hale, "but the American people never un derstood the meaning or consequence of the Ideals and policies ot president Wilson. They were given out at a time when as commander In chief It was held universally to be an un pardonable sin to criticise the presi dent. The wonderful catchwords and In keeping up his robust constitu tion and tireless energy. Commission er Camlnetti had recourse to Nuxated Iron as a tonic, strength and blood builder. He says: "In thej heat of summer, and the rigor of winter and the debilitating weeks of spring time, I have used Nuxated Iron with un varying sucess and satisfaction. After weeks of busiest confinement to office duties, I find in Nuxated Iron the true tonic qualities which help bring one's physical being to that state ot fitness which is the desire of every healthy minded man or woman. Nuxated Iron 1 commend to whoever feels the need ot a tonic restorative for debilitation, exhaustion and overwork." In commenting upon this. Dr. James Francis Sullivan, formerly Physician ot BeUevue Hospital (Outdoor Dept.). New York, and tne Westchester Coun ty Hospital, says: "A man of the prominence of Commissioner Caml netti does a great good, in my opin ion, by coming out and telling the people about Nuxated Iron. - know of no better preparation to enrich and fortify the blood against the thousands ot disease germs which must prevail In so many of the places visited by a man looking after the thousands of immigrants from every land who come to our shores. Many a man ot woman goes through life only half living up to their posslblli simply because they do not realize that their weakness and lassitude may be simply due to a lack of sufficient iron In tbe blood. They need a strength and blood builder, but do not know what to take ana as a conse quence they often do tneroseies a great Injury by resorting to stimu lants, narcotic drags and worthless medicinal preparations, while others take some form of metallic Iron which. In my opinion, should no longer be generally used owing to Its great liability to injure the teeth and phrases of the president caught the ear ot the people, but did not catch I stomach.1 the understanding. 1 Dr. George H. Baker, formerly Phy- That the American people are i sidan and Surgeon Monmouth Memor bound by any of these statements otjial Hospital ot New Jersey, says: "I Ideal or policy is to me Inconceivable. They certainly never were bound by the vastly .different deliberations of the president during the weary months before we went Into the war." Americas soldiers. like those of the allies, fought to protect and save have found nothing in my experience so effective for helping to make strong, healthy, red blooded men and women as Nuxated Iron. From a care ful examination of tbe formula ana my own tests of Nuxated Iron. I feel convinced that It is a preparation their own country, the senator said, which any pnyslcian can take himself day after meals !r twr n eek "Tti Tn n nnv In trij, Biililla anrt1.. ..ih. v . ,1 i... . " . . - J 1 111CI1.1III, mi Alia pdiictiia wild mc . doing the talking In this country are 1 utmost conflde-.ee of obtaining high- " nui no iis-unc men. 1 !y oer,er!e;al r,l satisfactory re' jlts.- For want of iron j ou r, ? be an old man at thirt. uuil of intellect, poor In memorv. nervous, irritable and all "run-down." while at 50 or t wi:h plenty of .-on -n your blood you may still be young In feeling, full of life, your whole being brimming over wKb v.m nnd e e.gv As proof of this take the ease of Former United States Senator and Vice -Presidential Nominee Charles A. Towne. who at past SS is still a veritable mountain of tireless energy : Senator Towne says: "I have found Nuxated Iron of tbe greatest benefit as a tonic and regu lative. Henceforth. I shall not be without It. I am In a position to testify for the benefit of others to the re markable and immediate helpfulness of this remedy, and I unhesitatingly recom mend Nuxated Iron to all who feel the need of renewed energy and the regularity of bodily functions." Then there Is rormer Health Commissioner Will ism R. Kerr, of Chlcaeo. who Is past the three score vear mark, hut -it i T 1 .t-oroun. .ic tive. full of l.fe Mm .mil en ercv. Former Health Com Tisioner K' rr ,-i tie Re lieves hi own r-er-onal ac tlvltv today is largely due to this use of Nuxated Iron, and that he believes it ouht to be prescribed by every nhvslcisn and n.H in nm- hosnit.il in the country. Tf von are not stronc or well you owe it to yo-jrelf to make the fol lowing test: See how long you can work without becoming tired. NeTt take two five-prain tablets of ordi nary Nuvtted Iron three times per Then .t j'our strength isln -r.1 1 w HON. AXTTIONT CAMIXETTI Inllrd States CoaimUikmer of Imml gratlea WHO 11B IS Born Jackson. California. July 3i 15 am,uea to l c Ca.'iorn..i Bur the California Ai,ver; b.y JSth. C-il and 33rd Session Mate Senate -'"Zh and Isth Sessions. Member Consres !4l-. Presidential Klec or on Clee- uc-ei 1M3. lV'ecnte to ;h.. Democratic National i.n.ir received vote of hii pam -l itor (15th ballot) .-: - al tornla Legislature I I'lTraissloner Generr.l of I " ippointment of Pre. ! Vj'Hor of the law known -,. r.et'l Iiw, passeil bv I'on "tlcier which hvdrau'ic t resimed n i , of the California Com-i revision and reform of i ,e ion 1- for r s I Ses.c '". Mac. 'liirrl c-i Wil.onp fie r.-i-ri - ?SS IM' "Inc w-i i for : e law. Manofaeturcrv "nlch hr t.c- -a lltisul a-j , abo rr r , but one v h.ch s rr;wi. r l , te- Noxa: i 7 Comir -w K. such s- r " ' id re-o-i ' a Wert- -.'iva to ff-.. ma oHr "JO- Product, it ts easily awim! does rot injur the t-e:h. m black, nor upyet th- .lom-u h facturrr- iiuniM- . - -t.