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the UArnu: daily timks, ijakiik, vt., Wednesday, may 12, 1013.
MEXICO STILL A MENACE West Sees Danger in Policy of the Administration. Resinol a house hold ointment The same goothlng, healinfr, anti septic properties that make Resinol Ointment so effective for skin-eruptions, also make it the ideal house hold remedy for Burns ' Sores Pimples Cuts Boils Blackheads Wounds Chalinrs Irritations and a score of other troubles which constantly arise in every home, especially where there are children. That is why you should keepRes inol Ointment ready for instant use. Sold by all druggists, prescribed by doctors. MAURETANIA HELD UP WILL LEAD TO INTERVENTION Alleged Report as Made to the State Department. Sailing on May 29 From Liverpool is Cancelled A SISTER SHIP - TO THE LUSITANIA No Change in Departures From New York London, May 12. The sailing of tlie Cunard line steamer Mauictania. sister ship of the Lusitunia, advertised for May has been cancelled. The liimmtjei' of the Boston oftiee of the Cittmrd line, Charles .Stewart, stated jehterday that no word had been re reived either here or in New York of the i-aiierllalinii of the Muuretaniu's mail ing. He deelared the report to be, in liiR judgment, wholly without foundation. - The steamship Mattretania recently had been doin duty as an auxiliary cruiser in the British navy, and it also Iias leen reported that alio lias been used as a transport for troops. It had been the intention of the Cunard line to have this vessel resume her regular passenger service between New York and Liverpool at the end of the present month, when slid was to begin a tort nightly service, across the Atlantic, al ternating with the Lusitania. Washington, D. C, May 12. Thfl Washington Post yesterday published what purports to be, an outline of the report submitted to Secretary of State Bryan by Duval West of fSan Antonio, the . president's personal representative in Mexico in which Mr. West strongly condemns Villa, Carranza, ZHputa and all the minor chiefs of the Mexican fac tion, as incapable of restoring order in Mexico and declares that the policy of watchful waiting will inevitably lead to intervention by the United States and consequently war. A passive attitude by the United States, he reports, will only add to the chaos in which Mexi co is engulfed; and he declares that one of the first of immediate steps should be "to place a strict embargo upon the shipment of arms to all Mexican fac tions. As already conceded, references to the president's rather contemptuous allusion to the advice given him in Washington might be out of place here, were it not that the White House and the state department were flooded two years ago with well-informed visitors who pointed out that a firm stand to ward checking murder in Mexico might avoid ultimate anarchy and intervention bv the United States. VILLA CRUSHES OBREGON KING. Drives Enemy Back to Irapuato, Where Decisive Battle is Expected. Washington, May 1'2. Hen, Villa has destroyed the entire left wing of On. Obregon's army and has driven"" Obre gon back to Irapuato. according to a message received here from the former at his agency yesterday. Villa said the light began south of Leon and that he expected a decisive engagement shortly at Irapuato, where (Ibrcgon had entrenched. UPHOLDS CALIFORNIA BANK ACT. TOTAL OF 201 SHIPS LOST BY BRITAIN This, However, is Exclusive of Vessels of War Cost of Livei Has Been 1556. I-ondon, May 13 The cost of the. w ar in British ships, not including warships. this lax bus lieen vessels. The loss of life has been 15:6. Dr. Thomas J, MeXamara, parliamentary secretary of the admiralty, gave these hgures in the House of Commons yesterday in response to a question from iord Charles Beres ford. The total of ships, Pr. Mc.Vamara aid, included merchant vessels, yachts, trailers and drifter aunk from the pening of the war up to noon jester. 1T. THE SWISS WORRIED. Tear ShorUje of Food If Italy Enteri War. Genera, via Paris, May 12. The r-wit people are concerned over tbe question of food supplies) in case Italy enters the war. No supplies are coming in at pres ent from iJermanr or Austria, but hat shipments are arriving from America. Food has increased in price 2K in 'i" per cent, sinee the war begin, and a further rise is etpected if Italy takes tip arms. The Swiss gotertiment believes f hat wheat from America will he permitted t come through France freelr in ease assurance is given that it will not go bevond the Swiss frontier. Supreme Court Affirms Decision of State High Court. Washington. May 12. The supreme court affirmed Monday the decision of the California supreme court upholding the constitutionality of the California. bunk law, under which the state superin tendents of hanks may tak. possession of unsound banks without prior court proceedings. MAY CALL OFF CANAL TRIP. Slides Make Doubtful the Possibility of Sending Fleet Through in July. Washington. May 1-. After physical conditions in the Panama cans I had been described to Secretary Daniels Monday by Major tleneral IJeorgf W. G.ctl.als, governor of the sone, ami Captain Hugh Rodman, the marine superintendent, it was understood that otlicials were giving consideration to suggestions thst the proposed cruise of the Atlantic fleet through the grent waterway t the ex position at San Francisco lie abandoned. Covernor (ioethals. it was mid. informed Mr. Daniels that the canal's minimum rhannel depth now was thirty-five feet deep, enough to pass safely the l.irge-t battleships. Because of the eiliility of slides, however, lie has ilmil to forecast the navigability of the estml n luly 4, the proposed date of the IWt" ps ssape. COURT RULING HITS T. R. HARD MaKeYoursiiin soft and Clear ciitioira soap use ti lu'rjn OaKtaaX. Samples Free by Mall Practically All of Colonel's Evidence Is fUrred Ne Proof of Corrupt Alli ance Betueea Barnes and Murprjr. Prrarttss, X. Ym Mbv li.-.io.t ce An drews iealt the l.'fM evilt side a -1g-gerine blow -t riv win a be ruled out practically all of t'r ciilnc which as offered by I olmiel wmv !t in his ijefense to tl.e s-iil f.r difamatixn of character bought ags.iet turn by Wil liam Barnes. With t eerpt wn-the ff rii! rfesrilrkk situation, which the nmit tint ed was the nly l-t m-m (! rt-4 t hnw rii'b'ne f a Mnpf- fturnn rem binaft'm and t'e print ng rti.jr i,I(pe -I be cd.wi I case baa b- tri(.(l lime by a w-TH-a of dttroiis Mttuk in 1 t cwirt s filings I'm. fr. "I run see n t'-e t-t isnsy ei itif." said .'ut e ti.'rew . ".f nrf-t e'"n!"f ? e-t t ? irit v as r-gard the fVstwltMw t I !, i! iwf ,? m ifltii"i. tli .t hi In i i.. ri, Hi'-- IBiI ntlt nult't" pnt Hcii !! t' i. n-'i ttt .how te tcn f M'. J:r c amT Ms J This is the car that 38,000 happy owners have given the "rough and tumble5' acid test of real automobile owners' wear An automobile on the road for 18 months in constant, every-day use by an owner ceases to be a designer's theory. It becomes either a great automobile success; Or it becomes a great automobile failure. Multiply one model by 38,000 and give each one of these 38,000 auto mobiles day in and day out rough and tumble road wear, and if this car stands up and delivers, it has be come one of the rare great auto mobile successes. And that is the Maxwell success today that is exactly the "Acid Test" that the Maxwell has passed through, and that is why the Maxwell is the most talked about automobile that is built today. The Maxwell automobile9 is today one of the very few great automobile successes the world has ever known. And this is the car we urge you to see. This is the car that you owe it to yourself to see. We want to tell you about its hill climbing triumphs. We want to tell you about its speed and'endurance records. We want to show you and add up for you every one of its new features. Read This List of IZxpensive Features. The 1915 Maxwell Has These Features And Many Others. PURE STREAMLINE BODY A lara, roomy, beautiful rssly. fitted with fte'P. comfortable upholstsrlnic, ample leg room. arljuatahie fmnt neat and the bst fourteen vt. hand-painted and striped finish. All Maxwell b-xliea art construct 1 ef preaar.J feel, mounted on a r!l-rhatiri! ctlonl framo, ofTVrin the areatcst pofsIM strength with minimum we!irht. SPRINO SUSPENSION Without a flntibt you w'.II fnil.fha Maxwell th easiest rffllna;. Iteht ear ma.l, With Ita amply mifflclent whl base, and aml-elllptfe front sprtnfa anrl thee-ur1er elliptic rear t;rtnp, built of tbe very best of iprlna KWIa, t' e Maxwell cushlona Ita paiier.aera from all the jura and btimpa of rouKh road. It ia o comfortable ar.d easy riding that you will remask the difference on your first ride. THE POWERFUL MAXWELL MOTOR The most powerful, durable motor of "a tlx made. Ample power to negotiate any road, mud, sand or hill always at your com mand. Almont trnuWeproof, every part acceaal bte, and what If more, It 1 a motor of (tpriuln. economy. Mora miles pr aallon. day In and day out. than you would believe poesl- tile If one were to tell you. The Maxwell motor etand to-day on. of th very best In dependable efficiency. DOUBLE SHELL RADIATOR A beautiful, troubleproof. highly efficient radiator. Kvery part but the rhll eonatmcted of high-grade copper, tt will not corrode and leak Protected afainst breakage by a heavy presaed steel shell and special shock -absorbing dMlces on ch side of the frame fhat protects It aa-alnst the many strains and twists of the rf THE STEERING GEAR Irreversible worm and ar. th only saf. steerlnr dev!e Maxwell uses a roar Instead of a sector. This makes adjustment very simple, as you have merely to turn tha (ear one-quarter nay and you have a new surface, Juxt as good as a complete new steering unit BRAKES THAT HOLD AND LAST One square Inch of braking surface to every tmrlve pounds of weight. That's more than most any other ear gives to-day. Maxwell brakes are thoroughly dependable, enclosed and protected from dust and dirt, and have special antt-rattllng devices. Msxwell brakes si very rasy to handle. Tbe slightest pressure of the foot and your rar cornea to a dead slop. The Maxwell Company's Guarantee of Service to Maxwell Owners No oilier automobile is backed hj a more reliable service than that guaranteed every Maxwell owner. More than 2,000 Maxwell dealers in every part of this country are always ready to jive expert advice, to make adjustments, and to supply new parts at reasonable prices. This splendid Maxwell dealer service organization is perfected and completed by the chain of Maxwell owned and Maxwell operated Service Branches. Sixteen great Maxwell Service Stations are so located throughout the country that a Maxwell dealer can supply any part for an owner within a few hours if not in his stock. Maxwell Service is one of the great advantages enjoyed by Maxwell owners. Order a Maxwell from us now, and when you want it delivered, we will give you your car not an excuse on delivery day "EVERY ROAD IS A MAXWELL ROAD" H. F. CUTLER & SON, 310 No. Main St. Telephone 402-3. $695 tLTfTWC CCtZ rr-ii tCTB.f fTaam sJJ " .... .) -II. I III ,J. m.ni ,'rt it i lii m I, r'PIP1 as y- a, 1 1 rVI fUSTttC C"it rr-4 SirSOf? STSVTTt vJJ " mi ,ii. i,a s j'i.s'i ' wih.wih.iw Jiift"' tt M" ?f"lf Si f tt t jnm ig itf t' tm tV FILL AHEAD T I i " I fi(TJ ( 1't, t -f IJ- f i" 1- tt 1 t t-a.4 t W r 1 - ,'"v-J 1 :j ' J t ' f ' iff fHPV , u ' if,.;' f i.f.fwi'w . ? 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