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TIIE EVENINQ HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1G. 1914.
L BUSS Oil DON'T FAIL TO BEE WRIGHTS TRADING POST filrd Street mill (mid vrniN. One of the show places of the city. Largest collection of genuine Indian and Mexican Handicraft. NAVAJO RUOS AND CURIOS HUfll Fon JOBS I if 1 r y , . .4.., ( , ' 1 FOR IX OS in Hi.- i'Nlpt. .i form or r iitch final jii'it'tnt ni. ' I ikmiI tut assure .iu Ihnl this il l.i N, 1 .1 .lift..)!!. f..,.l ' Hi. it M'U will ourel o i um nr. I" i i . k (i fi.ii.kl I.e. n u-e )n warm 1 1 .1'lul'-'liiji iiml um the limt1 int.iiii nf il.-. t u-iili-ii,ir,d.ug li'Uii it m- n utitiMt.iniiiM5 based mi mum-il II-- it I. u1 iii i ; .it t a end cordiality. 'Vi'ii are miiiit eleoine nnd. we nil. grenlly honored Unit ymi should hi..,. linsen Up hit Ihe Iricils befote li'.rn ymi could Iny any mutter of Vti il oiioifVn to ynurMcl ws. In tti utifiili fit i Hint your cause would to liiuli r-tmi.l iiiul not I'l tl"' sumo spirit hi M'h il am conceived ii ml In- ' H u ll il ' Text of llclglan Mafcmonl. Thi. ihi nf ih statement nf the T'elei-in hlkh commission picscined to I'i. miIi nl Wllxfin nt tin- White HniKP t 1 1 . i v I'V Mr. I'lilimi (II Wliirt n a follow: "i:xiT.u,i:Ni'y; "Ills inn y, the k inar nf thi Ttel Fi.inx, ha charged us wlih n ti-i lnl mnliia to the president of Ihe I'liltcrt PiniM. "Let me. e lo vr.ii. tinw murh w fcrl nursi-lve honored lo have been ailed In rxpre ihi aciillment nf our king mitl of our whole nation lo tli' illusiilnus Mateamnn nhmn tha Amertenn people hav railed in tho Inchest ilmnlty nf I li. commonwealth. "An fur I arn concerned. I hnv nlMBily been able, dining a prcvlntl iiili In fully appreciate t" rinliii' vir tue nf the American union m 1 inn luinpy ! take thi h f .). t i d i i ' v ioj ex pre I In. admiration wl'h which thiv lnt.iril mi'. "Kvrr since her Independence wu first established. Kclgium hurt been declared mill nil in perpetuity. Thin rn-.il rnlily. Kuraiitccd by Hie powrra, linn recently turn violated by out- nf I rn in. II. i.l wp riinni-lili.il to iiliii i.lnn our mill t a III y for llli- luncllt or on" of I Iii' lii-lliKi-ri nin ! u oiilil lum- lir. tr.ivi-il inir 1 . 1 1 it " 1 1 ri m l.iw.inl the other anil It Han the Heiino of our llll.'l n it hllllll oMlKlllliillR, im wi ll II h Hint of our illdiity mill h"iu'r Unit lum cilivon 119 In renlulurtre. "The t'O'ihfiiueni'e fUffered hy Ihe MelKian li.itioliH were not Coiillneil I'Uiily In the Iiurin onnnlnncd by the (iii i d iii.iii Ii of an Invaillnic uriny. 1 Inn army not only im Ixeil a ureal 1'i.rtion of our tetritoiy. Inn It roin- 1 1 1 1 '-.! IncreillMe aria of li.en e. the niiaira of which In contrary lo tho iifliin of munKi ij. 'I'riKeful Intiiililtanla were tuna rai nil, di fenwleiu Women mill t hllil iin were outrmteil, open unJ umli Ii inlfil t"Wn were ili'Hi m i ll; hlMtur iiiil unit relixioiia nionunnnta were l..linii in iliml and the famuli II- l . I y of the rnl ernlly of UimvaiD i idkea ( iM lluintf -. "iiur kiiVii ninont haa appointed a Jiiiluint coiiimlaHlnn t. make an otll il.il inv enl ImiiUo.i and ilitirinli.il th iiniioiiMliillty ninl I will have the iioiinr. K i lli'iii V, In hand over tu .Mm the iroeeniiiiKn of the Inquiry. "Ill Una frixhlful ImUouunl. which in h ii'iu.iK nil over Kurosn-, iho L'nil- il .-'l itva haw ujujileil a neutral at lituili'. "Ami t la for t Ii la reason thul your loiiiitry MtiiniliiiK upitit from either on,, or the liellinereiits. la 111 the In m Inisltinii to JuiUe Without hliia ami I ii 1 1 in hi. the iniiilii tuna under nhli h the war m beiuK waged. "Il waa at the rcquenl, even at th' Iniilittve of th I'nlted Hlnten that all minted rial lung have formuliiteil and ml. .. lid at The In tl tie- a law reaulut I li 14 the MKhla and UMaaea of war. "We refuae to lielieve that war ha !ih. .!,licd ihe family of rlv Hired pnw- la of the reaulutintia In which liny li.ne freely i oiiM-iilevl. "Tlin American peopie have nlway lis hied I'.k reapei t for Juntlce. Ha M an h for iioteia and un llinlnii live niuii linn m for tin- 1.. w of humanity. Tin i fnre it haa won a mornl inllu- nee th.it I recokinUed by the entire worhl. Il U fur thin rc.iHi.ii that Hel- li'llll, I'lill'lil MH il 1 Willi llllil.ilJ.il.il Iiik of t uiiiini r. e mnJ im leunlnK I I ii-mUlilp, till 11 to Ihe Anierl. an .i ...,. nt hia time to let It km-tv Ilia n. il truth of Die priMent eltunllnt'.. I:.-' lii-il to iniilintie i a iilill.n. hum iii Nine of It urn iri'lKiiitv and lit J--pi- ill. in e, it deem Ii u duty M brintf tu th,. ii triitl.iu of Ihe t-lvillxed worhl th- iiiiiiiiiierai.ie atuie bri ui lira of 1 1 n i of iii.iii'kIii.I, of which till) hi I i i ii a vi. tun. "At Ihe liiiiiiii nl we wi re i,v. intr ' elk um the (inti ri ..lied tu n In Bungalow Beds and Cots We have just received a shipment of Bunga low Beds and Cots. Something in the latest for an outdoor bed. Come and look them over. Strong Bros. t 2ND AND COPPEH trip In the rnlii.l Htate and Die inl aii.l (.trona triipri. Melon your mw. irlnl mid verlle ri llitallon lefl tin hi mind "tmr faiih In nur faiiin. or n lldiine !n your Jiiftlie. in ynur iifi I aeneronlty nnd miiilliy. ul! l' e .liiii'e.l our prei-etil iiiinioii." Mr. t arliiii de Want hamd-d to Mr. U'INon Ihe rei.H of the nltl l.il h Miiiry ItiNMIilted by Ihe llclman 'jv iiiiiinn', xlinvtl'iK In ilet.iil the de iil. In.n In Hi iKlnm. AVIATOR AT PUEBLO 000PS 2110 FEETi TOJATH Weldon C. Cook, Professionftl, Giving Exhibition Flight at Colorado State Fair Falls Before Thousands of Specta tors. l'lli-l.lii, folo., fepl. Wei- dun II. t'ooke, a proieiional avl- f iilnr. waa lain In il plu-itie of Minn feet In hi biplane whlla alvliiR an exhibition llu-lit over Ihe Htale fair tioiuidi here In- il.iy. ThoiiHiiiiil xau Un- ma- 9 i Ii i lie- Hiiil li nlv halt In mid-air and III. n ilinp like n plummet to Ihe earth In-low. fmike wa i riiKlii-d under the air niiaft. ' A nearly n can be iic-rtained the im -Idem ana ciiiiHi'd liv an "air pock et" Theie mi-n i cil to be noihiiiK the mailer with the ciirln,. and II ' riinniiig when the lilplaue utruik the Icroiiml. i 'i. nke had fnaile n apectiKUlar llight, riHliig In fully 2. mill led above the fair grounila and ein ling aliout for ten niiniiteM. Thoae watching the flight anw tho inachliie aud.lenly awerve lo Ihe left na though the aviator In-i-ndcl to make a ili nci lit. Then In u twinkling the neroplane turned head to the enrth nnd like n rock duhed al iniift Urnliiht downwiiril. A groan- went up from the bimv lulor who leallxi'd thai auniethlhK had gone wrong, nnd when the Mir craft atriick Jut oiitHlde the fit-' ground with n grinding criih I; wi vuli-ot m ail"nV wtrdi le iaj4l have av'd t'.ioke. Ill body wan hadly crimhed under the wreckage and ullboUKh niuuii lance and onitni were hurriedly Kiiiiiinon.il It wua nppiireiit the avi nlor had lu-en killed iiixtiinlly. ('ooke cam" here from t'lillfornln to make exhibition flight at the lair. Veaterday he iiihiIw a rcmarknble air Journey from folnrndo hprlnga to thi lily, a dlMance of about -mile. Ho iillghteil once during the trip IncaiiHe of a leak in hi gaieiline tana. Thi waa repaired nnd the avl utor reNiime.l hi flight, akimmlng over tin, ily and landing at the fuir Hii ii ml Iuteret In the flight today wn keen and people thronged the atreeUi nnd roof of building In watch the hirdmuru Thua It wn that thou (unda mvv hi plunge In rurth. lovernor Ammonn and hi at. iff. Mho were gueM nt the fair, wit nevd I In- accident. NO ORDERS FOR THE WITHDRAWAL OF THE PATROL ON BORDER AVaaliltiKtnn,' Sept. 1 i - Secretary liarriaon uld today no cider hud been liu.iied t ir the withdrawal of the bolder patrol. The I mop now are lUiam il In maneuvera and It wua In timated thut when t hee exrrcleeli are cuiiiplci.il the orgariiaiilloiia may return tn their home Nintioiia. CANADIAN PACinC DENIES RUMOR OF TROOP MOVEMENT Montreal. Sept IM The fann.llan I'acifli- ruilwr.y formally denied thi nfti-riKinn ,ermi-iil repurta that truiipB from Aiietralla, Ni-W cm la nl mid India had lain pa.-o-HM tliroiiKh I'litia.la mi their way lo Kurope. The railway oltl. iiiIh a he. rt that no auch troop have la-i u tiariKpoi led on lhel liui , PATEY REPORTS GERMAN LOSSES IN PACIFIC 1a.iil.ill, Hi). I. 1 lk.ll a. ml A illfpal. h lo Ihe Time I1..111 Hvdni-y. dated Tuehday, a-i that Hi ur Ad miral Hir ileorge I'afy, cummunder of the AUNtrullan licet, report that the (iermaii oe at llerirtll ehe. In ihe Kn-iiiurcg nrchlpi l.igo, were. 20 to iii hilHd and 17 Ceruiun ollluer and iiKii-ouiiuiii.liiiieu uttlccra iri oncri. YOUTH WITH HORSE SOUGHT BY OFFICERS Heorre I'ai. 17 eara old, la be ing aought by two county nlflcera. (leorge hired a hoie of John Strong yeKlertlay. and It ia allegid that ho hiiHii't come buck with It. strong reported Ihum- and youlh miHuliig lo I ml. tMi, rllf i k l.ewi bint nu-ht. The undi-rshi riff lluine dlalely .(.-tailed two dcplilli- to aturt out oil Itaca'a trail. II I auppoved tu huva crowed I ha river. It waa wild today that br had lieen . olded at home, and II la tuppiaw-d he ran off on that account. Department Commander Wants to Find Work for Four Thousand Mexicans Soon to be Released from Win gate, HanliiKr. X. M , Hepl. !. Briga dier lien.rnl Tanker II. Illla. c haiie of thi department, la in Mania Fe today roiiaiilt UiK with tj i ernnr Mi'lionuld on opporlunllleK for em pluyment of the 4. imiii Menican prl in r at Kurt Wiimate who llui gov eiiunent propoeea n reli-ime within I fr ilny. Deiiirnl llllna Indicated that the oftli-eta, in. ludliig ileiieral .Iohi. I in falaiuir would rtnl be re- I, a hi iI nt )eat not for the prenetil The general will go o AI,iUiUeriia tonight and thence to Fort Wingiita. PERSONALS J. A. Iliehl, Fanla Ke elolrn nuenl ha gone tu I.04 Angele on legal buHinena for Ihe company. The mnrriaae I announced on Hep temher lh al Helen of V. K. tluy, a well known Santa Fe llreman, un MiM Anna Italy. Announcement of the wedding came n a urprle tn friend or both young people. II. M. Iluw of l(owell 1 a vHll.il In Alliiiiiu riii- today on hi way tu Santa Ke. Ktalicl ('. Willi. 11 of Simla Fe. I'roKreiuiivp candidal for 1 niinri-M, I in Ihe illy today 1,11 legal bUMlne Klale Fnglneer J allies A. French re 1 111 lied home today after a ahort atay in Alhuiju.-riiue on road biiHlien. J. K. Ward, I'ullman agent at 1 rand t'anyon, who ha been aubtl luling hero for K. A. I'avia during the latter vacnllon and honeyinon, will return to the fanynn Ihi i-ve-lilng. Mr. Ward ha made a lumt of Irli-iul In hi brief ta. A healthy man i a king In hi own right: an unhealthy man an unhap py nlnve. For Impure blood nnd KlugglNh liver, 11 ho Hurd ick Mood Hit ter. 1 in the market i'i year. $1.00 a bottle. 'Mirl of the rnnilllloii nt TIIK KIIIST WTIONAI, llNK At AlbuiUernuo, In the State of New Me men, at the lioae of bUMlnea, September l.'th, 1SH. ItCMUiint-a, lauiim nnd lia-ounl. . . $2,927,637.03 tiverdraftB, aocured and unaecured XOXK 1. S. HiiiiiIh to aecure... 1 irculiition 3uu.oum.imi t". S lIondM l aei-ure I'. - S. il poelt, l:r,,li01l; to -cure Hoetul Sav ing, nun 121,0110.01 Premium on 1. S. Iiouda 4,uno I'O llolid. Serurltle, etc. lother than Stock!... (4.431 .38 Hanking llouaei Furni ture and Fixture.... 0. 1100. no " I h e r Iteul Eflilte owned 7.0S1.31 ii u e from .National Hnnka (not reaeivc agent! , 6K.12 1.12 Due from State and I'll- Vale lianka and Hank er. TriiKi t'ompiiniea, and Hiivliiga Iil3.252.70 lue from Approved Ho aervu agenta In Cen tral IteMTVo C'lliea..; Ill other Keaerve t itle 4Kl.fi21.35 Check and other Cah Itema H,C21.43 Exchungra for Clearing liouaa l.',,4l U X.itea of other National Hank. 42.775 00 Fructional i'aper Cur rency, Nl. kela and Cent 2.0IU. "ii Law I ii Money lteerv in Hank, vl : Specie $ 131.402 1-K.il-tl'lldi-r note 113. 843. 00 24S.4&0.&0 Heiiiiiiptlon fund with l'. S. Trea-.iurer & per tent ul clrculaUon) . . . 1 S, 000. 00 Total 34.41.34 14 I lahitlllew. Ciinltal atoi k nald 111.. .$ 3U0.U0U 00 Surplua fund lou.ooo.oo I mils tiled rrollt. lewt i:xpeuea and Turn pmd 10,1(1 1 3 Hi-Herved for luxe 342 2V Nalionul ilank Note outran. ling 3011,000 00 tine to other Nalionul HankM , ka,20i.4 Due to Hi me and I'rlvaie Hunka and Haiik.-r. .. 314. 412. 52 Due tu TriiHt Colnpanlc and Saving Hunka. . . IX.tll SI Indiv lilunl di-poMit elili- Ject lo check t.42,221k4 Tune 1 ertlflculi-a of de- poalt payable aflr 30 day or afer nonce of 30 day or longer ., . I J3.7r. r,1 Certified check 43 ti Cuhlcr'a check out- Mandlng . . T,S7 23 I'lilt.-il state depoaita.. 12S.OO0 " Note and bill redla- count., I 10. Oliil tiM l.iii hillt lea other than thoHo Mluled above.... II -1 T.lul $4.4l 3!H14 Slate of New Mexico, County of Iter nulillo aa. 1. Frank Mc-Kee, Pahu-r of the abovr-numed bank. do Umnlv Hear that Iho above l ilenit lit I true to the beat of my knowledge and belief. FHAXK M.KF.K. c.i.lil.r. Corrert AtteC M. V. Fl.dl-ltVOr. A. II. McMII.I.KW II. V. ItAYXol.KH. 1 lire,!.. i. Sul. rlhed and iwrn (11 before mo thi leih day September. 114. II. I.. HSVliKn. Notary Public. Women will Talk about the Foot Comfort Tksy Derive from Oar F00T0GRAPH FITTED SHOES Come in today and have your foot measured. We have a last for every foot. The Footograph proves this Our New Fall Shoes Arc here and you can find the smartest styles of the season at moderate prices. Patent, Gunmetal with cloth lops arc the favorites; but we have a sltong line of the more conservative models, also a new line of evening slippers ivith plain or beaded vamps with or without straps. THESE SHOES ARE NOW OPEN FOR YOUR APPROVAL Where Quality Meets Price IllL BUT THREE OF Missouri Public Service Com mission Begins Investiga tion of Disastrous Trestle Accident on Frisco. St. loui. Sept. 14 All but three of the twenty. w en perona who permh ed in the wrick of Ihe Texa limited on the SI. l.oulB and Ban Krunciacu railroad when two paaoenger cat fell Into a ratine awollwn with lie-id water near Lebanon. Mo., yenterday, had been idc-mllled toduy. The Jd ii-i.ii url public aervlco rom liiixulon tnd.iy began an inveatiwation of the wreck. A atatenient given out by W. C. Nixun, receiver of tho rail road in cli. 11 k of operation aald: "The fotie of water had wuahed out tho Ride of the nil, ao that tho track at thi point waa undermined on one aide and wont down with Iho weight or the train. Tho truck m In firt 'laH condition before Iho uc cldeiil uccuried and wa prmected by aiiloinatle rlgnul which gue rot warning of i i. nditlona, a the track wu not dibiii-l .1. Tito rainfull waa un i rei ed. iiii .1 in tln-ae uH and waa virtunllv a . luudliumt." NEBRA3KA TOWN IS SCENE OF GRIM TRAGEDY TODAY Harvard. Neb.. Spl. It. Three men me dead and one wounded a ihe r.-Milt of a tragedy here thi no. tiling The dead are: IIF.XHY TUAl'T, lo'ind murdered in IiIh ofllce. MIKHIFF CIIAIH.KH SAXUKIl S11V. of clay Center, killed In a run ning battle with the murderer. I'.XK.N'iiWM Tit A M I. who took hi own life In a field eeven mile north nf hero after he hud been Buaround i d by a p. .una. Train wan found dead in hi office. ItoblMiy waa apparently the motive for the crime. A tramp wua liM-ttod WRECK VICTIMS T Gold Medal Flour Eocn'tually-- W hy Not Now? THE JAFFA GROCERY CO. EXCLUSIVE AGENTS aR Mfc v. Vr i brt ilinain e from - b-r aaoaj of torward and the heriff im4 IK-pniy 1 1, urge I'liitlip viarted in purauil. In it running buttle with the irnmp San iernn waa killed and I'hll'ip aoiinded. A pnMe climod In on the murderer and hi body wa found In u field, lie hud uliot himiK-lf through the head. BRITISH STEAMER IS HELD UP BY BRAZIL: WASHINGTON BUSY AVniihligton. Sept. It ItrAxltian auihoritie fit Kin have refuxod clear ance to the former llrttlnh aleamer Hubert. Iiollar. recently trunhfcrred to Ihe American II11V, un.l tho atate de partment haa taken up the oiliialion ihniiigh Ihe American amhaadiir. 444444 t CONDUCTORS ASK ; INJUNCTION TO STOP X TRAINMEN'S STRIKE I 4 SI. I.oni. Sept. Id. An In- Junction rent raining the train- 4 men 111 the employ nf the St. 4 I. mil SouihwoMern ruilroad 4 from Birtkinrf wua iieked In Iho clnuil here today by five con- 4diii'tors. . (C'lfitluue,! fruui rage One.) going to the OHidatunce of an Au ti i.i 11 detAi hmeiit. After a brink at tack the ItUKMiun put the Herman to flight, taking I2i prUoiiera. The Ituxalu-i operatinna In tin- re gion of I.uldln and Cham, b.uh In ltuiu,an I'nlunil have been cur ud out with great aut-ce, ui-curdi;ig to thi eorrepondeiit. The It-.-.i-mun rear guurd already I nt KruHiilk, 21 mile outhwi'Kt of l.iihlln and the Aua Irluii. demi.rallxed, are cnntlnulng tu re I rent. Tho cnrrepo ident any that a Co luick named lilukorf, belonging to a I'ml regiment, captureu amgleliHiided three Aualrlun ollicer and nineteen obller. 3 UtMM r.x TKi: I IIOM AVHTIUWS relrogrud. Sold. 1, via London (3:H0 p. in.) Among 'iho 40 gun taken (rum the Austrian by the Itua. tusnii 119 ! In (lullia ai jin ithan .13 hiaiy . ilirninii 1 an nun beiurtng Iho initial of Kin per or William. The tame from tho region occupied by the Sixth Herman corp. Mure I ban 4. '.On German prlai.ner arrived today at Lublin, In Itunaiun I'oluiid. (CouilniH-d from ! On.) following olfli tal rommunicatlon wu nude public here today: 'Inning ihe day of the 14th and K,th of September tho rear guard of the enemy, with which our pur vulng fort e were Iii 1 111. tact, were re inforced from the main body of the Deiinau army. "The enemy la engaging In a de fensive battle along their entire front, on which certain of their po attlona ahuw mrnng organization. Thi front ia bounded by Ihe region ul Noyon, the plulna tu tho north of Vie aur Alne and Soixmi.ii, 1-ion. the heighla to Ihe north and to Iho weal of Itbelma, and a line which run thence to tho north uf Villa aur Tour bee. the weat of Argoiuie region and which I" continued thence be yond the Argonno by another Una, which paaea north or Vurennea, a point thut hue beeii evueuated by the enemy, and rostchea Ihe .-Ivor Mouiw in the neighborhood of the foreot of Forgee, which la norih of Verdun. "lJuilng iho purauil of the enemy executed by our tronp after the bat tle of the Ma rue, Ihe Oermana aban doned numerous prUonera tu our bund. Tu theae men there ha been added u large llliiltltuda of Btraggler who weie liiddeu In the forenla. "No exact ucciiinrf mg of the., pi la oner or of the war inuti-riul rap tured by u ao far hua been poxaible It 1 for thut reiiHon that the mlniHii-r of war, wbu doe not want to give out tiK 1 1 re which might be totiid ered fantHHth-, refrain front an rioiinelng the detail of theite tap lure." I ui: II AltMV oV ts NOItTII MIK or .mr: 8uiHi,ii. France, Tueaday, ru-pl IS, by way of 1'arl.i, Sept. 14 (1.13 p. m ) Tho (Sermun right wing. In Ha re Ileal, uliuiidniied dulaaoha yealerda) (Moniluyl at the amiie time leaving uImi the aoiitbern bank of the rivet A 'one. The tiennun retirement north wurd continued during Monday night The French In thilr purault cr..ed the river. The French artillery la today heav. II y In action un Ihe tther bank of the Aiiu.t. The only lnterruiiion 'l the alinoat Sabbath like allllne hero la Iho iniHh of artillery, concealed al a point iircel- tu'l yard Iroin Si anil, mingled with the liwmul roar of other guna further dlHlant, IIKITIhll ItKI-illiT lM I.l(F.4 SI 1 1 ATHlN KlTIM' MTOHY London, Sept. (3 2 p. in.) The official pre bureau today gave out a alatf ii.enl wklch aaya: "The general poltioii along III WAR A Hade to- 1 ' Measure Fit Where Quality Meets Price A lane river runtlem- rery favorable. Thv enemy hua . deli, ered at-vrral counter attack. ea-i tally agu:iit the Ural army culpa. Tlteae hava lu-en repuiaed and the Oermana hava given way allghlly helnre our troopa and tho French aiiuie on our right and left. "The enrmy' lo la very heavy and we have taken 2"0 primmer." loinH Of llsl'Tt1l TKI.I.N Ol lTIU (THIN liv i.tMM 4 Fortion nf a dlapatch dated Kola aona. Fiance, Septemlur 14, were re ceived toduy via London. I'art of the iliHput. h la mlwiliig. The poitioii received follow. Continuing the torreapou..!e,nt aaya: "lleie hud hern a Hue little i-liy of I. Sua Inhabitant with truditiona since the time of CueMar. A lew, hundred person were In Ihe street buck, of the r;er. The rest had left before the Oermana entered. "UiriH-tiona where tu Mud bridge and rout. to neighboring town were painted on tho walla of buildings, at ihe corner of atreeia, In the Herman language. "(iermiin soldier named Schneid er. Hchultx and Mchwartx had written their namea In chulk un the ateel shuttrrg of the shop windows. "I'rlnc JoHcbi.i), the youngest Hon of Km per or WiIIIbih, wa here (in day before he wa wounded. "Th last flerinan shell foil lulu Ihe town Ihi niornlng, wounding a woman. "(in the road behind the army are supply trains. Huge automobile trucks, built tu carry four and a half tuna, or I w,-m heeled home carl, each with one or two I'd horses, an that If one give mil another may luke Ita place, crowd the way. , "In the wide track where the nine days' fighting took place over thu IS miles of country between here and the Murno, singularly Utile physical damage waa evident. "Sen II. a town nf t.OUU Inbnbl lanla. appears to have beer) burned by the Oermana Intentionally. Tho whole place la a muse of ruins. Karly this morning black kitten seemed to be the sole Inhabitant of Oils French town, but presently aome of the Inhabitant emerged iroin their buttered home and one said that no fewer than l,'l people were really In the town. Some uf the Inhabl litnta alllnii thut Ihe Oermana had orgunlxed the InceiidlurUin. selling house after house afire until It seemed na though everything would burn down. - "nt her town and vlilugea In thi vicinity, except for the damage done by artillery anil ilfle fire, show mi algtia of the ri-cont conflict "Silence relgna over Ihe country bock of the fighting line and very few people are seen moving about Small parties nf Chilians ore burying atray dead In the Hi his where they fell, and burning or hurlng dead horaea. An occasional husaard I seen wheeling In Iho air. The wheat rick stand untouched rloae tn the entrenchments with which the coun tryside la lined. )(., of treea aloha tho fine roads show the effects of ar tillery fire. An octUMlonal tree trunk a fiH.t thick haa been cut off ehnrp by a single projectile, und at point along Iho highway where Ihe fir a liwltet branches inter th ground." I II II W I