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THE EVEyittO HERALD, AIBUQUTERQUE, U. M , TKTTR8DAY, MARCH 25, 1915.
THUS Today's Live News BOUNDARY COMTESTl DELAYED Texas Legislatuie Alio Post pones Appropriation and New Mexico Body Failed to Act for the Future. F.I Piiwi, Tex . Man h No morn --.. .mm uf Ihe New Mexlrn-Texiir boundary henrlng will be held tint tl ufier the apeehti nnmn uf the Texaa legislature, whlrh ninvrnn m April 2U. and will continue for month Bl llliirr. TIik appropriation inenaure which was prracnted In ihe rrgulur aeaalon r llii' Tcxna leglalature waa camel vat ii n 1 1 Ihi' apccul aeaalon. Th a hill .or rid the budget fur the puy MM in ibr eaprnara fur ulmu.ng ii" Texan mrt uf the hearing. a It will be impoaathle fur Assistant At tnrnrv tlrnrr.il Taylor uf Trxaa la get ..win until nfii-r the dose uf the ape-i-ltil Boa.ton It la probable I nil I thr ..ii. will nut be resumed until lute n U iv ur fitrlv In June Vi-u Mexico p,.ruprlaitun I'iiII.. ttm appmprlatmn uf Itii.ono which wn prafatti thr New MnIm leg- i.l.ilurr lu pay the rxprnsr. uf Ihe New Mexico part Of thr ault wna nut l' '' il. ami only l! : v a cd fur Ml i already lm urred by thr Xcw- Mealee part of Ik hearing Thin will mil permit New .Mi x I. .. lu nnt.nne tta rnae unless suinc mri r. n . np- prnpriatb.n la madr ur thr uwnrra uf tlw lamia itiv.ilvr.l will upprupriala f iiiil" fur paying UM cxpensea The ' I'liiuuaaiun whlrli la collecting evi dence In the m nidi r mill adjoin ne.l 11 agreement when Inat in araaiun nnil will meet again liy niuliiiil agrrrmeiit wluiiivir the funda for paving tlM aapanooa uf the hearing ofx. obMhxog. The diaputr Involves IS,SSS arree uf Ii in! in the lower Mcs.lla valley Jo.. ntiuVfi Fl Pa.o wtili'h N'cw Mt'Xtru seek, tu iwinnr frum Trxa. The meandering. Of thr Kin flrandc and II locution Ml thr MM thr lnninil.il v MM fixed l Bag rial pnlnl ill issue Paint Without Oil Iti'inni kulilc IH-intery Thai I ui (lull II I III' I i uf I'Mllll V'll llll- I li' IVi i MM i til n ml I'ni kiisi- I- m.i 1 1.. i tu RMFfMi Wlm Write. A I. RIcO, :i prominent ma n u f .. -m... "i AatOaxaO. N V . ha a OMoOVOnXw ii provaaa uf making 11 new kind uf P.ilnl withmil t hi- uf ml Ma i ii I la ii riVMlruiinl It OMMMJ n n form nf tn poojojM) and all Hint la i i"l ia OOM WMtOf 10 MjOjM IHiint wi-iilhi'r pruuf. ftfO prnii! and ua 4vFOlHo ua nil painl. Ii odkOfOI iu uny OMjfAOO, V. I. MOtM ur MHoki porooop mid kiohfj Hko oM pmnt ami mota iiiiiiii ana fourth .m inmli. Wiin In Mr A U llH'i'. MMVrr.i l North UaMHO. V V . anil he will OfaTMl miii ti foMJ IMoJ pmkaKi--ilan i nlur ard and full mfnrinal i m tIimwuix ymi huu nuii ran aavr a Rimd many duit.n- Wnic lo4oy. IND NITELY State National Bank Conveniently Located Absolute Security Efficient Service We Would Welcome Your Banking Business The Bank of ERMEST WILL TURN OVER BOOKS TO T Understanding Reached as to Transfer of Traveling Aud itor's Office on the First Day of April. Santa Kc, V. M , Man li An aararmrnl laMwarn Mlata Xiidltur W. (I Haraanl and Hnwall KarneM, ira dln aiidltur. haa hrrn row hi d uo- mum tha tranafi-r nf tin- latter f flra. Aa far aa Mr. Karneat la un reined iheii. Mill lie n" n'leation aa tu the legality uf the tranafer ralaed. The iranaler "ill bOOOOM effveilvo on April I and hy that date all ree orda and papeia uf the otfaN will ha turned i,er tu the atate auditor, (apt tl'nae relatlni; to the ullei-tlon nf bMM whlrh Mr Karneat will keep aa aei reliirj uf the l x rmiitniaiun All raeurda relatlnn In hank exam Inlns will he held hy Mr Son I nly till the general bunking law i renting lha avpurale ufflee of alale l.ank ex aminer MMMMM effertiM' Thla hill did MM earry the emergen, y laaae and an will nut Iwnme effeitlya till June IS, A atate hank examiner will lie appuinled lit iluyernur Ml BJOJWM MMM lime befi.re the law lieminea ffoctlvo. The MJpMMMMM hy Mt Sargent uf the atate truvellng MMlltor and hia aaaiatanta la -till hanging fire hut they are expaeted In he annmineed within the next few daya. ANDERSON GETS 18 MONTHS OF CHARGE OF FIRING CURIOS Santa Ke. V. M. Mar h Judge K. I'. Abbntl yeaterday aeutellc nl I'red Amleraun. I'uli.red. In aerxe trunt MJM year tu OlpMoMI mniitha In the peni tentiarv. 1.. II. .wing hia iuiiutinn of MJMMk Anderaun pleaded unili t aetlmg fire In the w MMo 0O0 talulng the i urlu brimming t l. I liuiiglaa. bark of the oM ImrrarKa building The Judge alao aentemed Jio k ll lun tu MM year fur luireny. Ibllun via- fMMMl Kutltv of ateallng a MMM" nn a huliilbn rontaliilng a ailier aet and leu dollara in raah lluth in. n will begin aeiving their aelllellreg luiimrruw . THINKS HE HAS FOUND NEW MEXICO DIAMONDS Sam. i Ke. M . Man h - '. i'nn aulerable exi ItOMJMJII haa been OMMMl In the federal building by the nn li. mil' . tii. nl nl V. It UmigliiM lhat he had foiind tMMMNMxl about IS MMM eaat uf Surnrru. Ah eidenie uf ha llml he exhllilted lu i-tunag ahmit th aixe nf n pell. That di.imunila are nut unknown in thla atate wna pmnti'l nut bv Mr DoufltOO, MHl he g uf the opinion that IkaVOO atunaa are thr real thing. The name DMUtf Itmpirra rn.ifl tlrnn III inn Kldnry I'llla fur kid ney Ilia. Boon! ointmrtit for akin in bum Hum ii a Iteguleta fur a mihl laxative. Huld tit ill drui atnrea. Personal Service SARGEAN of the National Guard Up Against Real Thing for Cash Says Adjutant General to Officers Adjutant fleneral Harry T Herring haa Inued a manlfeatn In thr offlrrra of the Nrw Mexico national guard up on Ihr ..ml it i.m of lm flnaneea of hia depaitinrnt. aa left by the late legla lature, and with a reueat fo- auggea tl iba ag tu what cnurae la heat to pur aur during the next two yeora. The letter folluwa: March 10. 115. From: The Adjutant ilrnrrul. To: All officers of the National Muard. Huhlert: Inaufflrlrnt funda nerea aary lo maintain the National Ouard at Ita preernt atrength. I. I dealre flrat to atair that thla lettrr la not In any aenar to lie ran aidered aa having any polltiial gtgnl flranee. for It haa hern my policy In Ihr paat and will rontlnur to he my policy in the future not lo atlempt tu uar Mf offlrlal pnaltlon In any way whnlaorver for the purpoar nf Influ rnrlng any niemhrra of the national guard to agree with my personal npln MM aa far aa pollllrg la ' unearned. Thla Intemrnt la made fur the rea son lhat I hate hrrn Informed uy a innjnrliy member of thr senate and a majurliy memher of the hmiae that the (tatement w.i made linth hy ier tain member' of the huuae' and arnntr that the rrnaon fur not granting the i. , ..-I mi. n 1 had officlii IK male for larger approprlatlona for the malntrnance of the national guard waa hecauae I waa peraotia nun grata pulilleally ami had attempted In play OoltUaa in the adniinlatraiion of the affalri" nf my nfficr. Huwever. aa be fore atated, the object uf thla letter la non-pulltlcal and haa na Ita Import almply a dealre un my part lo atate rgacly thr i nndlllona ronfrmling the national guard In thl atatr, and lo reo,ueet ra h officer and member of ihe ntiilonnl guard to expreaa In me hy lettrr ur ..Iherwlar hia perannal vlrwa In regard to thr future of the b.iilutiiil guard nf thr atate. I t. We are at preaent nprrating un der an apprnprtatlnn made by thr atate lOfMttWt In Ittl and ihr toial aiumini which la availably from le- l emner I. 1M to Or. emhrr I. Iflll for the nar of thr nation. il guard Ol the atate ia lit, Dun. In my nffi. nil leport I mated that ihr national guar. I under m udnilnlatiation had been increaaed by threr cnmpanira. mne ulllcera and Sti me i and ainre thla report, which waa publlahc.l etO einhrr 1 1 . there haa heen ad ded another company of infantit "r three officera and 3 men. moat of he cnmponlea in Ihe .tale hae been In. ri'a-e.l niimerbnlly at nee Nnvem her :in. 1DI.1 In view uf thla I n reuae anl in VMS) nf the fact ihai m say 'mind it ana ahaolutrly nereip-ary tu t kta a t'ind fur the maintenance uf ihe armury hutldlnga in the "tute and to provide Jummra therefor, I re IfgOglaf the leglclaiure to paaa a bill wlm h waa intrndin cd ua Houae mil X. 1 3 ap.iu'riallng the aiiin ! H J IIiia In be made available aa anon piiagihle. Aa a part uf thla tr.'.liOO a requrat waa made fnr I'i.uii" Inr BOggp ,.urpoaei for thla year. Thla hill poaaed the Imuae three ur fmir : weeka before the adjournment ut leg I laaMure. but waa never presented to to the aenale fm a Mite and i niiai'nueni ly we did not receive the appropria tion therein jfked. and at the pteaetil time there ia not a aufflclcnt ainount M mmey available fur an enc.iini. 'ment. neither ia there filfficlclil money PEREA TO PRESENT A FORMAL RESIGNATION Santa Fe. M M . March 2.'i. .loeo I.. Pele.i. deputy Irea.iircl and 1 Iieiur ill rtocor.o county, and one of tin tu.' .pp." ililcil ... the lax cnltl inlaaion by ttovsrftof MeDOassM. will submit a Wflttoa leaignaimn lo the xiiamui within thi- next few duya When he wa appulnteil Mt COfOO ft 1 1 ed lu .he soVOrggM that he did nut foa In a puaiinm 10 Basara un tlM UM cummiaainii and sjggflg rnntlag tu San ta Fe ha. reiterated hia a.ateiuein. The giivcrtitir Is expected tu name il nrv i uiiiMihgetiiiiel ootofo the gsV Jmi.ueil ineetiiig nf thi' i-ominiaaioii mi Api i IS, The race is not al ways to the swift but most alwavs. 0 That hare and tortoise race would hardly be classed as a sporting event now. It is the man who delivers the goods who has the blue ribbon pinned on him in this year of our Lord. Q If you are running a square race young man. and the race goes to the tortoise, what you need is another job. Sunshine State available to maintain with any degree. of efficiency the preaent airength of the guard. I alao requeatsd the leglalature to alius under appropriating for the fourth and fifth flaral yeara for the national guard III, 270. The feme, ratimated, are to be found on page 24 of my report. The general appropriation bill , wlch ha. been paaaed bv buth houae. of the egialatura e.rrlrg with It Ml appropriation for national guard pur-, IKiara fur the fourth and fifth floral yeara of III.SM, aod I do nut coo-' alder MM thla amount ia auffi. lent to maintain n regiment nf infantry ami a battery of artillery In the gtatr, that 1. I, we are to maintain the, force. with a degree of "''J would make them available for - v'c I alao requested the lrgl.lntnre m nuaa an appropriation which would be euflU lent to poy off Ihe indebtedneaa of the aeverai armory bnardg of con - tiul of the atate and to pay off the indrl tednea. of Ihr itatr for rallroa'l and I'uiliinin tranapnrtatlun of the rifle team representing the itnte, which cnniratrd in thr Tamp Perry match in IDI3. Thla appropriation imh not made. I alo prearntrd t ihr chairman of the military affaire committee In the bullae, and alao . . i member "' the military affaire committee In Ihe aenate a draft of a military reus whb h wna prrparrd in thl. office and which waa approved by a board of officer, eon.lating of the colonel of the reglent. tne thief aurgeon and thr BOSOgaondlng nfflcer of the battery. Thla iiroposed code waa, I am iniurm ed. Introduced In the houar and re lerred to the military affaire commit tee, hut waa not reported 10 ihe houae fur a Mite for paasage and coneeiien' -ly the national guard uf the atatr la ! n operating, under lae the ma partly of wnb'h were paaaed by a ter r.inrliii leglalature In lo;. I am piesrnllng the above atate ment Of facta lo the national guard of Nrw Mrxn g with a view to .1. f t mining If poaallda Ihr attitudr which Ihe aeverai ineinbeia ot ihe guard have in regatd to the future opera- Aa above t.mia nf thla department a nted It ia my pen mini npllilun that we hne not aiifflclent funda either Ihla veal in the next t" II"' a I .ear" In maintain at the proper negri ' i be wsaaaOM attei.ath of the gurrd. It arrma therefore that 't an innfrnnted with the pmpoaii ion ntb.r M al Ih Hum, ..r 'he ..nil. "f ,, c Juurd and attempt i- maintain in, ... II. e iinlnme a. i propel efflciein or rt epilation at hand to maintain the. ill atrrngth. uul there nv . rub e efocksBcy, we arc aasa e. nlrunti-il M lib Ihe fuel thai We have in i in racism uoda for u ratlmtntol camp or for three battalion camp. IH la aummer. Whether it i beat to have each uofppg" huld in eniainp meat m the vicinity of It. osm town 01 ivhethrr it ia lieaf to merely have an officer' achool of in.truction without aOOBa fur men I have not m i bu n able tu determine In my own i t,, lk.,, w,.ek' atipply of Iced in ISO mlml. conariUcntly I dealrr to have I , ..unty Thr alluatlnn la apgrovated an rxpreaalon nf npinlnna rrom the),j (ri(. ewnre uf a lurgc tore! of n.embera of the guard upon Ihe two . p.. una me.ntiuiied. With whatever re I'lnmenilatlin thev aee fit In make In regard to Ihe mailer Mr. orrln A Fuater uf t.aa rroooo, .lit. .r .if ihe Km i. ramie Hrpubllc. ia In thr city todoy attending to bsgsfaaMg maiiera. Mr. Ku.ter hua been vlalt Ing in Hanta Fe. WOMEN WHO ARE ALWAYS TIRED May Find Help in This Letter. Swan Creek, Mich. - " I cannot apeak too highly of your medicine. When '3PJBBBBJBJ through neglect or 9BHjH9 overwork run IffaL jil i wri my appe BBBtito ia KKr ami I H 3ft (gJm li avc that weak, Ian W Pf K'ui.l. alwaya tired -Sa Jffl feeling, I get a hot gfgfgfgrs. -gHtlaof I.ydia E. Fink rSJBBBham a Vegetable: XriePSBBBromnriunil snd it 3 bul Ida me up, gives me atrength, and re torea me to perfect health again. It ia truly g great bleas ing to women, and I cannot apeak too highly of it I take pleaaurv in recom mending it to others. "Mrs. Annik Camkron, K.F.D.. Mo. 1, Swan Crook, Michigan. Allot lie I Hllfforsir I! clir, ml. Henron, Me. - " Before taking your remedies I was ail run down, dlacnur I aged and had female weakness. I took I I.ydia E. link ham 'a Vegetable Tom i pound and used the Sanative Wash, and liml today that I am an entirely new woman, ready and willing to do my houae work now, where before taking your medicine it was n dread. I try to impress upon the mind, of all ailing women I meet the benefit they ran derive from your medicines. " M rs. 1'haju.U Kowk, Kennebago, Main.-. If yon wnt special avlvlr WltSg to Lyititt R. Finkhuiii afcaa trtue Co., ( confidential ) Lynn. Mataa. Your Irtfer wll Ian axjMMxesS. 1 1 in I unit unawerexl by u waniaii and beild in strict i uiitldi n. .-. IMPORTANT ROAD WORK PROPOSED COLFAX County Road Board to Place 100 Road Markers and Has Extensive Program of Spring and Summer Work. TUton, N. M . March 15. One hun dred and three aee road markers, recently ordered by the county road . .. .."..., - , "... - - - '".y'r Hn j (n mpont1ti wh,. ,h triyiW m ,m, fnf ,nrrm(l,in Tll,.. H,.nk Br, :,M ,n in(( w ( n fr. mm,Um rr.B,r,,g dlre.(l..n. the pl uea ,,, wl) l ,nt. ri((, (, ,,, nm, mirn. ur f miirn ' Tmn, .,,,, weather open, anil the troat leavea ,,. ,,, n,ni, wrk ..n jrounty road rgaMSaOOaoM will he ,,1ri,., Home of ihr morr Important , (lf Wlrg 0 be lukrn up include ' ,np ntralahlemng out and grading up 0f gredona of the tnmaeontlnental highway from Union paae to I'olmor: ihe fllltna of the apprnarhe. lu the new i i a . atrel and concrete tirldge nver thr Vermejn, one mile north of Krench: and aiiw murh needed wiirk on the scenic bighwny. me linporiunt t M I ttlloo In the main highway, which will tie undertaken ag ni.nn ax iiflbially earn-tlmiinl in the untv cuminlalmier. la one mile of new mad running weal frum Maxwell wnre It atrlkea the section line run- nlng due auiith tivrr the nrw Vermrjo bridge Into French The cnmmlaalun. era expect lu have the new brldgO ready for croaalng within a very abort time TO KM' Mi: I ttllNO R M IN - N Mll.l II nil MV Kaal Uia Vegaa. N. M.. March 2S. one or the flrat eventa In ihr muniv road commlealon'a aprlng ampaign will be Hie pi. icing In good rondHMO f ihe goOSltc highway in the OolNggM aiiyun. When thia ,a in . umpll.hrd It I" prupuaeii lu lei a contract tu an ex pgflexUad rood maker ' keep the road in ttauhle ahapr all thr year around Thla will be gnml newa to the tnuri.ta and to the reaidenl. of l.aa Vegaa. who uae the .cenlc high way with grat freqiiency during the (aprlng. SOghOSOf and fall. The olgtiin hill on the t 'harry vale oud "ill hr put In good ahapr. while ther roodg will bo kepi in good con- . ' ' " J TWUpoM yeatrrday wna notified by ,lii.,..i . it i mw i. .m. r III. .el. late Kngmeer French by telephone lhat the bridge at San Jnae wo.i ... - - - - ' competed lu.t a. ...... a, Innard '""" h'.ve able m ,e, .IV inn. "r n mi the ground ARIZONA IS FACING eTfiPrT FFFTi FAMTM"F I Itlahcc. Aria.. March It. BBSOOOI Doajgfaja and CochMa coiintv polnta. ihe gggd of ihe copper industry nf Arlxonu. race a aerioua alnck reed famine off i nut nf the regulatmna .r the lltiaiock bui.rd. prohibliing the impnr.at.un ol Block feed Into the atate It U ealltmi.eil I but I here IB eavulry In Ibuntlue wvwvw. aassssa Works ks Man In Big Mutual Film IRENE HUNT, MUTUAL STAR. I i i l.e " .! en Him player, so Versatile na harming Irene Hunt of Hie llellaipv Mutual run es In Holly wood, i.iul fewer, HThiipa, are tho te ti en stars who lime played such aturtlliik'lv .im ult role. a. tlila same little lady Here she la ill i. inn's at tire taa she a pi .can. In "The f'hlncee l.uttery," a fsxMSM Mutual releaael, ii 'i.l .he lunk. every Inch the part. Vet a ut. feminine vtninaii doesn't He 1 1 ut n Irene Hunt. How dues slio do it? That It her se cret. It l what haa made her ao auc ceeaful In be. WOTS I'uderiteaUv Mirrlltif sWNI) : u.ld much bard wort mid -ti. h and Itidertitlgable energy I pour In ti quantity of sound sense ani oh. one can. ... t gaalysg H! Iron. Hunt bi.t SM it and doea it al u'. ri tbltika aiajut bow. You don't live at Cactus Tank, but in the metropolis of New Mexico. You can purchase fas as cheaply here as you can at Suffolk, Havenrtraw, Nor wich. Ossining. Sag Harbor or Nyack in the state of New York. All of these towns are about the same b4m as Albuquerque. Gas is not an expensive fuel it saves in more ways than on the actual cost of fuel. With gas you oan have instant hot water service as well as unequaled facil ities for cooking. No home is modern without these con veniences. Use gas this summer. ALBUQUERQUE GAS, ELECTRIC LIGHT A POWER CO. 424 W. Central -a Sidelights on the War as Seen By Correspondents in Berlin (Aaeoctnted Prea. f'nrreapondence.) B Kill. IN. March tl. -Interealing Irttrra are appearing in the tier man newapapera describing a re rent ..-it of thr Herman emperoi to lidg. Il U ihe flrat time ainre 1SSS that a llohenxollern haa entered llua ala aa an enemy. The populate of l.u.U wag kept as aolniely In Ihr dark regarding the vlall. The main -nee . the Petrl kova, now cal'ed the Prledrlch Hlrusse. wag closed lo Ironic, and remlenn wrie not prrniittrd lo open their windows or atnnd at the doors I Ita population, and ia opt to Buffer The long street swarmed with aol-from lha loss of even n amsll propor aUojfl und police, i rdec. were given linn of Ita Inhabitants. lur ihe ringing of all the church belle. The emperor and hia Immediate anile drove through the long street lo a Polish castle In the suburbs. A tirrman c.rreepondem who was prea ent at the orflclal dinner of welcome aiates that the emperor was If excel lent health. "At first sight." wrtlee the reporter, "I thought thai the emperor had aged terribly, but on . loser Inspection discovered that it sea a grey muffler Hhbh he Wore round his head thai mm' him Ihe appearance of age. In deed. I was surprised ut Ihe emperor's vigor and elaatli Ity. Furrows there were on his face, graven deeply hy the experiences of the laat aeven months, and there was a aternneaa about hia eye which waa new and a aaiineaa In his voice lhat was absent in the old days. "In the afternoon there was a ro llgloua service, thr preacher taking us hia text: 'The horse la prepared against the da- of battle, hut aafet..' la In the lrd.' The emperor made a hrlrr address to the troops In Ihe open air, hut iDa words could be heard oy only- a few, aa a aliung Icy wind was bms.ng from the north. The em peror later reviewed his officer., who greeted him enthusiastically.'' Father KodenhorT," one or the ..bleat ir not the oldeat living man III i icrmaiiy. whose father look pari In Ihe Napoleonic invaaion of Ituaala, who waa bun before the war or I i 1 1 and who has lived lo sae that of lltl-ll, haa Juai celebrated hia IVld birthday In the village ut rrieburg. on the iuwer Kibe river. The luwn c-iuncll of Hchnneberg, a weaietn aiiburti ur ll-rlln. haa borrow, rd thr aunt nf 2li.iHI0 lo ue used in paying tnr ihe support of the wives ami famlliva nf men at the front. The whule amount la to he taken from the reserve of the Municipal Having, bonk, wlm h la io receive Interest at the rate ol 4 par cent. The BfM Ilelglan flag to be brought to Merlin and uddeil t.i the collection ol trophies of war now In the "Zeug hiiua" or military museum haa Juat arrived. The bannrr ta ur black, yel low und red colored silk, with a gold fringe. The atari la siirmounird by I lion with the Inscription "XIII Forts. With the lielalan flag armed two Flench banners, onr healing the reg iment number 'iao," and ibe oihsr the letters ' ler ' surrounded by a laurel wreath. In the center are Ihe names ot famous battles. Including Sabaatopol. The Berltnera. notwithstanding the war, nre still marrying and giving In marriage at almost their usual rale, lu iHieemoer the number of mar riage licenses Issued was 1,411, which waa only 112 less than for December, l13. The number or babies born In 1 1. . i.i1..-, waa ulso about the aame as lor tne previous year. u. me u...r. hand, the deaths numbered :to more .linn in December, till, which waa I probably due to the mortality In the I numerous military hoepitala located I', itfli .... I lie .irerl i ir snows only a moderate reduction. At tho sav mas bank, a atlll more ealtarar lory showing la made. Depoeita amounted lo 11,1 ili.uou. which eg- recilcit those if December, 111. " some j I" ...ur The activity of the po lice In watching over the people ap pears to have been less marked than in the previoua year; lor there waa is police supervision al all over tho 11 Phone 98 public meetlnga held In Dorlin In Do- ember, lilt. Governor Von Balockl of Kaat Prua ala. estimates after earefol Inveatiga tlon that between 1M,M and too, sao uf tho population of lhat prov ince have left during tho poat als months. Moat of them are bellovod now lo be living In other parta of Germany. In a n ii article Von Batorkl makes an appeal for the return of these refugeea Kaal Prussia, he de claree, cannot .pare thl portion of The new airaw bread, an Inven'loi or Dr. liana rrledamhal from which much la expected, la thus deecrtbed b lha Igkalanxelger. . ,M "With the rtavnr or the finest rye bread, this atraw bread ia remark ably rtt h in nutritious elements. Two laiunda or the atraw -Hour runtalna 1st calories. 1.1 per rent or albumen, and II per cen. or nltrogonous matter, be. aides a aplendld proportion or mlnsral aalta. "From tho sale straw-flour may ao prepared soups snd hroiha ... a de licious it. nor. which even an epicure will not despise. "Here we have another proof or tha greatness or German enterprise. At the very moment when Kngland proposes to deplivr us of all In.pni.a, the Herman provides himself with a new foodsturr. As the Herman force, press on Into Husala. the problem or udjuatlng tier man standard gauge railroad coaches to the wider Hussion t rucks arteee. Every where else in Kurope the ralla are U1& millimeter, apart. Out on the Kuaalan mads they are Hit mil limeters wide. Par some lime certain cars and trains have been equipped with In terchangeable axles which at Ibe bor der can be ehlftod In a few minutes, but ihe majority ot the Uerman roll ing etocg la not ao fitted, eapeclally the passenger cars. The shirt rrom ataadard to broad gauge ia accompltahed by shunting cars traveling Ituaalunward Iron, the alam'nrd track into a aori or turn table, out of whlrh Mad the broad gauge ralla. In this table or pit the Herman car ta Jacked up b ineana ol four auxiliary cars, one at each cor ner, the atandard gauge whsela are removed and in their places ara at tached sets of wheels titled to the broad gauge track.. The auxiliary vara, operatlnc uader their own pow er, i hen propel the German conches along until the lluae'aa tracks are rea lied. Surgery upon tho battlefield, ac cording to a wall known physician. Dr. Zlegeiroth. la becoming more and more a matter oC "back to nature." The doctors, military and civil, who are tending the wounded In the weat, ure discovering, aot without aomo aurprtae. how potent a factor iiaiure Is in healing wounda. Amputations are resorted lo only in coaos of utmost necessity, and sur geons are acting with groate.t uon aorvatiam where previously limbo wsro severed uutckly when certaia symptoms appeared. The coneerve tlam appears lo be reworded by re coveries that ordinarily would hsro bean coneldered Impossible. Ordi nary wounda are dressed with anil sj i i; bandages, and then ars not re bound any more than mcoaoary. Tho healing is helag left to eMcionl na ture. The civil practlt'.ooera In the weat ern held, according to Dr. Keigelrotn. are rugs god In a frisndly hut spirited conteet with the military physlcuaa, and are giving egtraordlnaiy aervlc. Mau who in ordlaary Ufa hava a "gol den practice" are enduring all the hardships ot tho field without u mur mur, and good-humuredly lonlOM for bundles of siruw upon which M sleep I n barn, and etablee. The snoring or rellow uhyelctsna seems to uuther h.-. n more thau the artillery fire. Herald dimes want. I Uaao I Haas