El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 35TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Friday, December 4, 1914 Page: 2 of 12
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Friday. Dnlx!t 4. 1914.
CL PASO MORNING TIMES
They Art Closely Obssrving Pub-
lic Hea.th Conditions.
An eximlntng physlclsn for on of tbe
prominent Lit Unirme companies in
a interview on the subject made the
astonishing statement tint om reatoa why
ao many applicants Tor tnttireace ire re
Jected U because or kidney trouble It to
common to the American people and the
lar ft majority or those wbota application!
ra declined do not eren suspect mat they
luir IM dlaiaaa.
Accordmr to thla It would aein mat a
medicine for Um kidneys possessing rati
healing and curative properties would bo
a blessing to thouaanda.
Dr. Kilmer It Co. Bingbamion !. tn
who prepare Dr. kllmer'e swamp-Root
too wall known kidney Um and bladder
remedy claim that judging from evi-
dence received from druggltli everywhere
who are cooitinlly In touch wilt uwlr
cuttomera and alio Indisputable proof
In the rnrm or grsteful teitlmontal letters
rrom thousands or reliable eluaedl Ibla
preparation la remarkably tueceeiful in
tJckneae caused by kidney and bladder
troublee- Every Intereatlnt atatement
they receive regarding swamp -snoot la In-
vesttfiird and no lestlmonlsl la publlabed
'unleaa the parly who aenda It la reported
or rood character. Thay nave on rue many
worn tuuements of recoveries in ihe moat
distressing ciase. They aula thai Dr. Ku-
mar's swamp Horn in mild and gentle In
Ita anion and IM healing influence la toon
noticed in moat ratear
Swamp Boot Is' 'purely an herbal com
pound and Dr. Kilmer k Co. advise an
reidera who feel In need or aucA a rem
edy to rive It a trial. It It on aale a
an dmi atom in bottlea or two ataca Mr
and li.oo. However ir you wish rirat
teat Uita areat preparation tend ten cent)
to Dr. Kilmer It Co. binghamton ft. V
for a ampie bottle. When writing b
sure and mention tne Kl raeo Morning
yard were mends and relallvea or the or
flcera and tie n on all the transports. Two-
rear atlmlr il.. the riiinuiali.laiil or the yard
tne major-iteneial or the marine oorpa and
any nmmv-r or captainn and lieutenant
commander lent color to the arene aa the
tranapori. -rimmed by the wlvea and tho
children or ihe men on board docked.
Beginning tomorrow tne orillera and
men on the tbree tranaports iaoo In all
re lo be 'iven 30 dtya leave. Thoae Uv
tar out of ihe city will to nomo for tbe
Colonel i.ittleion w. Waller wha la In
command cr the marinea wiih bla aurr
la on the mover. The coloocl will remain
t Ule yard tcking ihe place made varan
by tbe promotion or lienors! Barnet aa the
commandant or tbe marinea.
ANNUAL EL PASO
FAIR IS PROPOSED
MAN n WL rM WOOL" rtj.ca RA-
TION MAY ' FORM WnJCLItlS Or
Plana DUeuaaed at Reterlee Liiachis
Yesterday nail lln.drs Exhibits
Wbeeevar Yeu Need a Oeaeral Tools
Take Oreve'a. -
The Old Standard Grove'a Taateieaa Chill
Tonic la equaUy valuable aa a Oenerat
Tonic becauae It contain tha wen known
Innlr i.e. n. n ie . .r ill IMI anil mil
Drives out Malaria enriches Blood Bullda
UP tbe Whole system toe
Taft 1 Mir" Nstlsael Kesaemy.
Bu tne Anmtei.it d Press
Detroit Mich. Dec 3 Former Preildeni
Win H. Tart speaking berore the Detroit
Bankera' eltib tonttht. urred economy to
the administration or tbe arraira or the fed
"Nor power" be declared "should he
vetted In the president to keep his hands
upon tbe expenditure or money In the van
Repuklleaa Campal Fuad.
By the Atioolatrtt freee
Washington. Dec. 3 The Hepubllran Tne-
Uooal Conrresalonal committee hat only
seventeen doliera In cub on band after re-
reivinr t3o.ii for Ibe conrroaalonal cam-pain.
DELICIOUS ICE CREAMS
SHERBETS and CANDIES
Phones 347 and 348
We deliver "RIQHT NOW" If
wanted or PROMPTLY at ny
riven time between aoven a. m and
eleven p. m.
Phone Ul Your Ordcra
The Elite Confectionery
A proposal by Robert Hrakauer praai
dent of tne Kl Pato Chamber ef Commerce
that Ibe forthcoming "Made In Kl Ptao
week celebration be inado in nucleua
for treat annual lair lo represent Kl
I'aso and lb varied industries and
sources of El Pato county wat received
amid tbe rreatett entbnalatm In the course
or the retuisr weeny luncncou wnicn
was bald yesterday noon by the Rotary
club tt IM Sheldon notei.
Mr. Krakauer's propoial followed a
port by George B. Kvant chairman of the
manufacturers' committee of the Chamber
ot Commerce who hat had reneral dlrec
Hon Of the "Made In El Pato" prepara
liona mat fifty manufacturers had already
"lined up to placa displays in connection
with the exhibition which wiu be held
partly in Pioneer plata and partly lo ihe
arcades show windows tod on tne met
sanln floor of the White House depart
m-iii store. Mr. Event haunt Indicated
that tbe acope of tne exhibition had rrown
BDara that be dealred in ho aiaeo
someahtl In Iba work of looklnr after the
in. .Hilarious details or arranrement and
preparation the foUowlnr renerat commit-
tee consisting of Iradint members of Use
Hotary club Adclub and Chamber of
i oniinerce. wat named to have reneral
eharaa of arranaements. to aee eihibliori
secure additional eihiblis and tenerally
have ehtrre of Use tfftir:
in. Pert Krtktuer. chairman: H. R. Me
Clmiock. J. R. sea-ail F. W. Norton George
Trosi Crawford llarne. Don ItslhbUO
M. r. Csrlock H. T. Bowie. Lao Ferial
S. C. Awbrey tod Oeorae b. Kvima.
In Hie enuree or tbe merlina which wa
one or ihe moal larrely sitcnii.-.i and
thualastic In too history or il lub the
roiio inr were named as sn suvertíala
committee to co-operate with the pretl of
the city and further tne publn oy end of
the "Made 10 El Peso" celcbiaiion:
H. i Sherman M. P. Carloek and M
Etrly in the proceeding an interesttnr
talk ss made by E. H- tele oi uie wen
ra Tranaror tul Storage conipsny.
Tells or Early IMy El Paso.
Mr. Yalo said that the real roiiunrrclal
and busloest history or El I'aso dated from
Ihe a of Iba railroads In Ihe early
wis of tbe list oaatury. Flral came tbo
Southern PtclflS followed In IIkh by the
.santa Fe and Tesas A Parirle lines; In
more recent years the Kl Paso at soulh
weatcrn railway. He rave inierasilng ttl
iistlca snowing tbe phenomenal growth in
tne aross nmntte bandied ihroiirh Kl I'aso
rrom the early days belore in. railroads
when II coal t7 per loo pounda lo brinr
roods frc.iii san Antonio until the prcaeni
when a rate of tt.84 between LI I'aao
and New mi la in erren.
lie rereri.-d to the immense amount or
material Um' wee hauled to ro into the
construction or Use Hotel I'aao del None
inentlonlnr tiiat 04 carload or reriain
kkndt of malerliil were hauled ine neav
lest lob or haiilinr locally was the mov
tar or Iba vault weighing SO.son pounds
into Ihe First National bank building.- and
l.e told just how Hie Job had been sue
In an inirrlude or Use apeei hmaklor rn''
or the Itoiarlana came behind tbe chair
or R. K. Sherman the secretary of ihe
lub. and baptized his mad with rue.
Mr. Sherman arose amid applause and ad-
mitted tbe Impeachment that on tbe dty
prevlout lie bad iierrormed tne duty of a
rood cunen and a notarían at ne taw u
tnd hail married. He waa overwhelmed
.nú rood wishes or hit rellew notarían
and a committee waa named to aecuro
some aultible remembrance to be pre-
tented to Mr. Sherman with the beat
wtahee or the rlub.
W. C. Akerd or the Shan- I Mn. it com-
pany apoke in endorsement or the "Made
In kl I'aao proposition. Ha had arranred
to place an exhibit and believed the move-
ment waa worthy and woull receive ibe
aupport or all prorreaalve clUsena.
i un Concerns Promloe Kaalhlls.
lieorro It Kvsns submitted his reimrt
siiowinr the work in behair or Ihe "Made
In Kl I'aao" movement which had itulled
In nrty rums .i . i. un- lo place oihlblle.
He aald thai when the orlylnal tneeilnr or
committees was held in the chamber or
Commerce eloven maniiracturers alrned up
Uial ulrbt and Hint he did not at thai
time eipect that more than twenty-five
would come In. But on every hand be had
round nnthuilaeilc support and he Tore
rasied thtt tbe celebration would now be
about the blrrest and the bristliest and
incidentally one or Uie moal uteful ever
belli in El Paso. He eipreased hit
arkuuwledrnient to Uie White Houae com
SCROFULA AND ALL
HUMORS ÜIVE AWAY
There are many thlnaa learned from
experience and observation that the
older trenerutlon should Impress upon
the younger Anions them la the fact
that ecroTula and other humor which
proauca eovema bolla pimplea and
other eruptions can be moat success-
fully treated with Hood'a Baraap&nla.
Thla arent medicine la a Decullar
combination of remarkably effectlva
Blood - purifying and health - (ivint
roots barks and herbs which are
gathered especially for It.
Hood' Raraaoartlla baa stood tha
teal ot forty yeara.
Gat a bottla today now from
your nearest drug More. Alwayt kaap
it on nond
OF WITS PUN.SHMENT
The Questlo. M ssyksl Shall Be
with Noted aster Rebel la Aft-
pany ror their splendid co-operation and
to rrott a rroti tor a pint or tne wnite
Houae rioora that wtt round very uterjl
by tna committees.
E. C. Stevens a member of tbe phoenix
Arlt.. notary club aald be was very glad
indeed to be wltb aucb an entbutluuc
bunch of live wtret as tbe El Paso no
tsrltnt and td nott the very Urge propor
tion iney bad or attendance to ntember
ship. a. ahnrt talk along similar lines was
msde by another guest of tbe club Mr
Turner Of Souiribrldge Maea.
M. P. Carlork or tbe White House com
pany ttld that he had been aaaured by
Manager Gobierna met tbe white Houae
waa heart and aoul In ftvor or tba "Mtdt
la El laao" movement and would con
untie to eo-opertte and work for lis sue
ceta. He nnetted tbtt Pioneer Plata
should be brilliantly decorated and llluml
ntted durlnt "Made In El I'aao" weak.
from January 11 lo Id Inclusive; tbat ar-
llauc arches be erected and bannera made
to wave with every wind Informing (vary
body jubi whst la "Made in El Pato."
anajuet lo Be Wen Attended.
President i islborna Adama called for t
poll of members to t tee nata jutt wbo
aval ttttnd the nottrlini' banquet to be
given at the weat Yaleta country club
next Thursday evening. Fifty-three among
thoae present asid they would attend the
banquet and tweniy-nlne will rurntab auto-
mobiles 10 csrry lunarians II was de-
Olded that Hniarlsnt wonld sssemble at
ihe Sheldon hotel next Thursdsy evenlnr
at t:M o'clock and that the alert for ihe
country club would be made at 7 o'clock
at tbe banquet wUI start promptly at s
p. m. A eurxeatlon or A. E. Rowland waa
approved that a larre circular dlak be
made and displayed m tome conspicuous
place showing comparaUvely the béneflta
derived when a dollar It expended in Kl
Pato or tent away to be expended.
Dr. Overelreet Thanked far Hrrmon
A rlelnr vote or thanks wta tendered
Rev. Charles L. overstreet for his special
sermon to rtoisrians last Sunday trier
which the Micelios adjourned.
The foUowlnr or xbibiiort ror
"Mide tn El Pato" week Wat tubmilled
tt the meeunr:
Acme Sanlitry Floor company. Reirían
bakery Baumgartuer k Wyler Curtía k
kins. Kmplre Bolillni Works Ervln Mann
lecturing company. Elite Confectionery
company. Ellis Broihert II Pato Bmetter
Kl i aso Militar rompany EI Pato Printing
mmpany Ml I'aso Sash and Door company.
El I'aao. Brick company El Pato Optical
company i EI I'aso Brewery uaoclailon
El i-asu Mantel and rile company Kl Faao
loundry and Ma. -nine company El Pkso
iieiining oompany hi Pato Trunk factory
Kl I'aao Bedding rompany. El Paso Teni
and Awning company. Pant corree com
pany. Olobe Mills. L. W. Hofteeker. Konl
berr Brother". Moort Iron and Wire
worka. Magnolia coca Cola Bottling com
pany McRlellan Rrnihere oaaple Broom
ractory. Purity Baking company Potter
. .nrecllonery company lllo Grande Print-
ing company charlea Rokabr njtlverberr
Hrolhara I snarpe-Elllotl Manufacturing
company southwestern Iron and wire
Works Southwestern Portland Cement
omnany. Shrlton -Payne Arms company.
Tiittle Pttni and Olata company H. Weltch
ompany. Woodlawn Buitllnr compsny
Western Corree company. West Manurac
uring and Metals company oera bakery.
Kl Paso laundry. Anaya Manurerturin
ompany. Armour a Company c. P. Kdeno
enmpany W. T. Hlxaon k company kra-
kaner. 2ork k Moye.
Hit fas AsseelsseS
i.onaon uec. s roe sueation aa so wan
punishment should be Innicied on General
cbrituan da Wet tba rebel leader In SouUi
Arrie recently captured It recogaiteo
Knrland u one of great Importance. Mar
uai law la In operation In the imon or
South Africa and tne death penally for
treason would be within uie possibilities.
Tne government proclamation calling
rebela lo lay down their anna offered
amnesty eatept to thoae who had taken
a prominent part In tbe rebellion.
Cape Town messages say that the cap
tura of De Wet ralle vea tbe government
of great tnxlety. Tbe rtalng in the Orange
Fres lute at one time threatened to be
formidable becauae of General de Wet'a
military prestige but me capture It
Usare- to bare ended it.
Tbe happenings at one town rive
Htuatraiion of Use length to which the
rebellion might have rone. lve hundred
farmers were ecavamandtersM ta defend
tbe town but. a majority or intra weat
..ver to tba rebels and sooted tbe place
they bad been called upon to defend
But for tba Introduction of motors Into
warfare. Da weft old time laeUcs might
have enabled him to dodge bit enemlei
tnd worry them indefinitely. The Joban
netburg Motor nut organised t force tut
der Captain Bullock which undertook Iba
pursuit and General de were nor
were run to eanb by tbe superior speed
or ibe motora
Yd Hastia Hurl lo Warekeuse Pire at
Early Hour Thla Morning-Several
Ed Hamln a fireman waa severely burned
toia morning ano aurrereo aeverai oruiaes
when Ihe eaal wall or tbe old Thorn ware-
no use corner or Virginia ano riral aueets.
which wtt burning fall outward gavera!
oiner riremen narrowly eacaped deem a:
the falling wall crowded them aralnit ad
Joining buildings. Hamln waa removed to
the emergency hospital and It la believed
ha will recover. Tbe bulldlnr ruled with
nay corn beana tnd oilier rrtin wet to
tally destroyed. II waa Impossible to eeU
mate the loss which will run Into the
was a mass of flames. Tanned bv the surf
eastern wind which waa blowlnr wben the
department arrived. Switchmen in the
reías a I'sciric yarns aald that the rire
which appeared In all sections of Ibe build
tag at once was well under way when the
first alarm waa given. Assistant Fire Chief
Sullivan turned in the second tierra on hit
arrival bringing the entire central house to
the scene or the blase.
Within a riw mlnuioa the hay stored In
the bulldlnr was burning from end to end.
Tbe Iron walls became redbot and could
not withstand tba pressure of Uie lisy piled
sgsinni mem ana ten outward ine east
wall ranglil captain Sullivan and a rom
pany or his men. Ed Hamln was dragged
rrom henoalh the burning waU bv his fel
low-workmen who by promptly acting on
capiain ouiitvan escapea
the call rrom
deaih. as tona or
fell from the second stor
tbe burning baled bay
1 story coirmleielv rul
ing tbe alley at that end of tbe building
and crowding the men acalntt the walla of
the adjolnlnr turn ture
Many rue norte ownera ruined lo tba
scene aome of them claiming that a num
ber of race hortet were in tne building.
itinera earn two men were in ine nanit or
No trace or either men or anímala was
round by Ibe rtreanen.
The owner or tbe merchandise destroyed
could not be round neUber could his neme
be learned. It was aald by residents of
ine. vicinity mn ui tne nay and oiner
roods stored there belonged to i firm of
Mexlctn commission rtterchantt who con-
dueled orriet in Jutrtx..
The nro wat still burning but under con-
trol of the rtremeu at 3 o'clock this morning.
MEXICAN - INDIAN
W. G. WALZ COMPANY
103 S. El Paso St. Open Evenings Until 8 o'clock.
Wa pay highest prices on federal and uiatltuttoruUUM otoñar.
OMy Nations! Dsns Building. Room I OS. ftinwa Hit.
Levy Grocery Co. M
Can Pats for
'Regular pnce tac tech)
4 Casts bear Loaf for
4 Cans Vest Leaf far
-Por A Days Only
s oauoa cant Apata for
(Regular price ex ttaoi
cant Ettra une W l apple
(Regular twice sac each) -
Ttuor wrra u aim save
Antique silver and works of art ror wed
ding or Christmas presents one-tblrd dis-
count at Kline's old reliable Curio Store
mo San Francisco alreel. (Advertisement. i
For the rolke back home.
LA INTERNACIONAL CIGAHS.
UllHK THAN ltO.000 M RUS
OF NEW MEXICO LAND
RESTORED TO HDMF.8TEAD ENTRY.
the Associated Press
aehtatton. Dec. 3. orders were
issued todsy by Secretary Lane open-
ing lo bomatead entry more than
Mo.DOO acres of western public landa
which have been determined to be non-U-rlrable.
Arier January II lots the
lands may be taken up In tracts or
StO acres each under tba enlarred
More than toQjQúp aeres of tbe prop-
erty la in central and taatarn oreron
Wasco crook and Orant counties In
Montana ibere are about 100000 aerea
moiUy in Chouteau rerrus and Cua-
tar counues. and more man 100000
teres art in Mew Mexico Ouadalupt.
Roosevelt snd .haves counties.
MSW ORE Ml ROE RES
WOLLU ATONE FOR PAST
in CANCER INOCULATION.
By lbs Aootatti Prest
(túrralo N. v.. Dec. I. Prank J Hick-
ay wbo was sent to Auburn prison
rrom Buffalo in December ttli. to
serve rrom ) years to lire Imprison
meal fot the murder of Joseph Joa-
epb a 7-year-old Lackawanna boy. It
iba prisoner wbo haa offered In a lat-
ter to Thomas Mutt Osborne warden
of Sing Stag prison to sacririce blm-
seir for inoculan. .11 wiih cancer virus
to ascertain whether tbe durase is
Hicbey Mi hit letter said be made
lot offer with no Idea of a possible
pardon or coiumutauon of sentence
only "desiring to thow thai aa in the
peal years of my Ufe 1 done much
aril ao now I would do good."
Tne murder of the Joseph boy wag
revolting at ware tbe outer enrosa to
which Hlckey oonfetted. These ig.
ctadsd two other murders thai of a
new York nawaboy In central Park
and an old roan ra Lowell Maaa.
Ksgre Escape Laul sisas Hub.
By thy d tests led frets
Sbreveport La. asta. E Kane Mckmrht.
one of tan astrosa tutpeoted of Implica
non in the killing or cnanee n Htrks
postmsitsr at sylveaier elation eacaped
from a posse anakinr reedy to lynch hi
today and is thought to have crossed tin
-isie una MM Team
It waa reported earlier that McKnigh
had been lynched to tba posse which yrs
irrday exacted aunanary puntahsneavt of two
other negree for la twain er
RITIHII FILE PROTEST
AGAINST ARIZONA EIGHTY
PER CENT ALIEN LABOR LAW.
Bu thr Asseetafsd Pre
Wsshlngion Dec. a. A protett from
the Urinal) contul at Blabee Aril. to
the embaaay here tgtintl ibt Art-
tona "80 per cent alien labor law"
waa transmuted 10 the ttate depart-
ment today by the Brluah tmbastt-
dor. sir Cecil s g nice
Tho Arliona law. which provlde
thai no parson nor corporation who
employee more tttsn flvo peraona
shall have In Ita service leu than 10
per cent American cliixent wtt op-
posed al t meeting ot Brltith cm
sens who atked mat the ambassador
here iske up tho matter wlh the ttate
The protett was delivered without
comment to the depirtmeni and II
la believed that the matter will be
carried no further at tht department
la aald to be unable to take any ac-
tion in the matter.
WEALTHY CHICAGO LAWYER
AUKKS I l.li ON CHARGER
TWENTY YEARS OLD
Chicago. Dec. a Charged wllb ror
felting the nono on which Carretón
Hudson liens hid boen held In New
York twenty yean ago and accused
of forgery. Carleton Hudson 1
wealthy attorney and ror many yeari
an aeitve member of tht Moody
church was arrested here today at
the request or the New York police.
He was released on bond end will
be given a hearing tomorrow at
wblcb a continuance will he asked
hit attorneys titled.
Tba arrest waa made on complaint
of Dr. Charlea Sanders whose uncle
Joshua ganders wat on Bent' bond
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CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY RATES
GERMAfiS SHOW BRAVERY
Large Force Creased flood Walere ef Tear
id Darkneas on Halls in Des-
perate Undertaking. .
American Civic AesorliUoa.
Washington. Dec. I "Crr planning" as
an aii inui irtaut rector in municlnal lire
wat dlteutsed again today by apeiltra it
iue cunTDiiiHin ui ine American U1V1C
.elation in session here keen rompen
t un of commercial Ufe and the Intensity
or struggles oetween individual! were de
dared responsible ror many objectiontbls
conditloni vxlttmr in tbe itrrer cltiea.
F.tW finds Dr. MiW
Anti-Pain Pills tho best
aediciaa for rhaumstlsm that . ouia bs
ieund. Their have dons him mors good
than any thin ever triad. We are asvsr
Ithoüt them far ws dad them to sx-
eiient in ao many ways far so-many
thing especially far hsed.rhe.nl
neumatism. or. II Usa remedies ara
IS positiva on. always knows they WBi
South Downing Bt PÍous Ohio.
Dr. MÜea' AnÜ-Pain PilU
hare long been recognized at Mils
Harris says at ont of the rery best
remedies lor the rettef of rheuma-
Usm. Rheumatic pains especially
la chronic caeca often came the
moat Intenae tutTering but Dr. Miles
Antt-l'ain Pill. seldom fail to iva
relief Why suffer whan relief it
within eaay rearh?
SOUTHEASTERN POINTS On sale Dec. 20 21 and 22. LIMIT JAN. 18.
TEXAS POINTS ONE FARE AND THIRD. ON SALE Dec. 23 to 26. 31
and Jan. 1. LIMIT JAN. 4.
SCHOOL TEACHERS We will have special sale dates to Texas points in
order to permit you to leave El Paso the date on which school closes.
The Sunset Limited Runs East From El Paso
CITY TICKET OFFICE NO. 206 NORTH OREGON ST.
By thr Sstsetsstd Prsa
i-onaon uec. s. isib . m in ine nsrs
hours berore dawn yattardiy larga force
or Dormant croated the flood watera or
tbe Y ser by means of bir broad rafta
aya the correspondent of tbe Daily newt
In northern France under data of Decem
The adyeoture waa a desperate one tor
not a man who aet out on it could bare
been Ignorant or tbe fact tbat death was
almost certainly awaiting htm Tba rafts
were punted through tbe shallow wtlart
In dead alienee tnd In utter darkness. Each
cirried fifty or sixty man and tome ma-
in preparation ror dawn a runner neet
or rafta drawn by motor boata wit wall-
ing on the Oerman aide or the muddy wa
ters but berore dawn came the plot was
discovered. Wben daybreak did arrive.
the artillery ol the tilles met the advanc-
ing Oermana with deviitallng erreci. Yet.
datpiie ilielr loataa iba oartaaat. brave
even to madness still assayed tbe cross
ins; mull mlddsy. Several rant ware up
aet In mldatream by the fire of the French
guna. tnd t great number or oermana were
drowned while others were sool
Fierce righting now It taking place anos
the rurreapondent. Tbe Oermana are con
centretlng their attack principally to the
north of Tpret. They have withdrawn
their heavy artillery on account or the
mud and ire using ngnt runt.
Ntrw amxice tjt ab ajrrtNES
AGAINST CATTLK SHI f ME NTS
HlOM ALL SOI I ES
By thr Associate VM
santa ra N. at. Dae. . Governor
McDonald today signed a rigid quar-
antine pndunatlon barring thlpment
ot cattle Into Now Mexico from every
Hale whether or not the fool and
mouth disease la prevalent there and
M. ni . i tad Canada. Thlt is effective
tomorrow. Shipments now enromo
to tba slate will be bald at the bor-
den until inspected.
Club Wemea Win victory.
Su thr AMtortated Press
Chicago. Dae. s. Club women who hive
vlgorouily rppetea proposed ordinance
which woull aanotlon danclnr In cares
were victorious today when t sub romnilt
las of tbe council Judiciary committee
tabled tba measure. Many of tbe cltyi
more prominent women attended meetlnri
or tna committee and argue. I against per
mining ibe new dances la public placet
where liquor v. as sold.
duress f Theft rrrlerrrd.
By f saofel Wire Is Thy Timet
Boiton. Me. J William cobb who re
alrned today rrom the presidency of IM
Collateral Loan company known si tha
largest pawu shop In the country wat ar
restad tonight accused of stealing rrom the
fundi. Thin of nv .oro ire charted against
Montana Baak Bokasry.
My the Asasele led Press
Orea! rails. Mont.. Dec a -rtee 1
dollars wat stolen today rrom tbe Blata
Bank or Jtockett ay robbers who aroused
tba caretaker and torced alts to aland by
while the sire wtt blown oosn.
neaped to arret Palla on a naadcar wltb
the watchman as an uawttuar
hW'EJCPlM! CHANGES IN
1 1. Ill lt VI MILITARY rniSON
POLICIES NOW .PáQPOSEO
WaiblnrtOB. Ucc- Sweeping
changes in rederal military prison
policies are proposed In a recom-
mendation Secretary Garrison baa
submitted to eongreu. Tht plan
detlgned ror inclusion In ibt army
appropriation bin would chin re the
name or the United Slatet military
prlton at Fon Leavenworth. Kan.
to ' The United Stales Disciplinary
Barracks." and extend tbe- liberal pa-
roling tyttem already In operation.
It would abollab the board of com-
missioners which govs mi prisons un-
der exiiung laws and provide tbat
ita duties shall be performed by tbe
secretary of war or such orr leers as
be may designate.
For Infanta and Children
In Use For Over 30 Y
Alpine Shertll Makes Arreat.
sherirr Al Walton of Alpine last night sr
retted W. F. Meek wbo It wanted tt Alpine
In connection with tbe pitting of worth
leu checks. Tbe Alpine orricer arrived lu
thlt city lite yesterday ancmoon and
f. laced Meek under arreat In the lobby or
be Hotel Sheldon at about II last night as
Maak walked up to the desk to regntsr.
Bherirr Walton will leave ror Alpine to
day with his prisoner. '
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GRANDS $673 UP
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The Ohlckerlac piano haa never been duplicated. There Is only one
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