El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 35TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Friday, April 16, 1915 Page: 2 of 16
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EL PASO MORNING TIMES
Friday. April 16. 1915.
CAN SAVE MONEY
i ON OUR
Hand Saw Specials
We have nn assortment of E. C. Atkins and Henry Dtston's
Saws which are slightly shop-worn They will be told at
the following price:
26 in. D-8
26 in. E. C. At
kin Hand Saw
26 inch. HOUSEHOLD
Our entire utock of E. C. Atkins Hand Saws will be on sale
at Reduced Price. Get your Saw while they Inst.
ROGERS FURNITURE CO.
208-210-212 N. Stanton
OF LIFE BA1TLE
IN STOCK YARDS
of Rutland almost form lit nlftlt'l Zep- 1 person and injuring large number. inosi
.ein raid over nrlhuinl'crlani county and ot them school children
the. rigliurit mi the. roalUMOt. riv lonilis. in dispatches say. were
Next in interest v the -Inking of the dropped in t tie -iiieiiimreii quarter. I wo
katxxtk us' iiD- publication or a "whl t" ' of them fell without doing Harm but in.i
paper" snowing that Oreal Britain e- Í outers killed txxn men and four children
knewledged that Hritish crultera had tunk nd ttrlously wounded two men and vitnt
the i.errnen rruitrr Dresden in i.hflian f-i thl'flrwi a number or oilier children xt.re
ritnrlal waters and had orrered an apollgy mTtrly hurt.
for Hi' u. ti'.n ! Iht squadron
"i vre ar
a. fighting is roncera
rpatlirin and in the V
"iv of anv importaner
id' uxli imxx f.nni by very murl
rreit i. in they were at the. b'
lull i: ryr tu. ri'ii k"
out lining llielr " ff i r i l(
'rrmin anulen nut or ih'
upen i he way lo Hungary
I uir Hi- an' bending their en'riMe
n ulieiiii'l I" rapture the 1'iv.k pass anil'
me neiiriit- ti iiic northeast or that break
in the mountain
I'Mu.i. ! . in in - tlial the R issttnt are
makiiiK -I' ldy f : ' i --. di-pnr I - effuri
of tii Misirn-ijermana u outflank thnn
lut tin Autumn maim Dial Hie r .mi
righlnip has been In their faxni and Dial
id. v luir raptured another Important
h.-ieM i "i iwi -I id look pa--
In the Wuevra Hie French apparently
hat. rrxived thidr orreaalve and tl seyeral
pollita i llm i" have added materially lo
the ground previously sained wlilrh would
bntiir them a step nearer i" their mam objective-
ihe ramo val of the Herman wedge
whleli bends th.-ir line bark lo SI Mlhlel.
In the Argnnni . Alsace and in the region
nr the Homme iho French deduce they aln
haxe mad. some progress hut thl I In
iliri'. t i iiiitr.illli Hon of Hi" lierlm offii laL
report which aayi thai all tne Krenih at
tacks were repulsed.
in.- ' i' i xntwxv nnors mmik v
MHOOI. LaULUWN AT BADEN.
By thr .1 mnrintrd Prr II
Amsterdam via I ondon. pril I. 14 M
a in. Dispatches received from incluir-
lm llrclsgiii Miami duchy of Haden an-
in. i i i unit a hoaiiie airman dropped
"mil- iii r ai noon yeilerday. kiiiina it
OPEN ALL NIGHT
eerrlptlona filled and delivered
t miy lime day or night
Mall Order Filled Promptly.
A. E. RYAN & CO.
"ASK FOR GLOBE MILLS
PEERLESS HEN AND
Made Horn Hw formula tied aurreaa-
fully Tor 'ai by Ittt Haariaaa Poultry
u; i'l i .. of I on Auirlei una or lua
lairl i'iullry nupplv nouira in Iha
writ an el.'t-aiit va producar ana
MADE IN EL PASO
Assayer and Chemist
.K U CAMKKOR
rtaprtaentattva For Shlppera (o tba
HI I'aao BmaJiajr.
SO& Kan I i in. i - " si.. Ft I'aao Teaaa
IV (). IW.a WO.
Cut Rate Hardware
Paint and Glass.
Mm laaatji i i i-aM. tu.
t-RVKN' nimn no sum i
OAMAOK i in mh mu. i
Bll ttir Aw talrd J'r.'.i
Mal'I'.n. I niflriiid. April If : a in
manual datiiave and n peraonal Injuria
are aid reaultAd rmm Itie aimiup rain
over Mald'ii early ihl morniur heven
bomtiK w're dropped at Heybiidfe aero.
Ihe Blrfctrr-river in ihe north of Mai
don. Au almliip alio i aem over Kitulli
minuter havinr traveled the ten mlte troiii
Maldon In a abort pare or lime
I II. VII k l l II tlllHIIII'
RIGHTED VI ii Mi mm II
II ihr a aorta led i'r.
llarwirli April i v a. in i- Al tv '
ii i lurk ihl morning a irar ihaped alrahii
paed ovar Harwp-h ai a ronalde rabia !
mude riiiniinf irom the .Xi.rth m'a II
paced over f'eliiatnwe and went In I
0 1 rri-1 phi of Ipawlrh. Tin almlnp ahoxx
Sn hniiiin warn dropped in Harwich.
LEHIGH VALLEY TO
SPEND A MILLION
CHICAGO UNIVERSITY PRO-
FESSOR AND SOCIALIST
ALDERMAN TELLS OF
CONDITION OF UNSKILLED
LABORER IN PACKING IN-
DUSTRY; LOW WAGES
BLAMED FOR HIGH MOR
HOW TO RELIEVE
t ha naed uii Himi more nr !
hi- laai few vir tod hava alaya (ot
treat relief Ahoni ihe month aro I u
tallan down with nevera pama iMimrh ih
baek and llmha. I waa vary narvoua and
wa very reatlaaa t mtht I heran laktna
your gwaaip-Rnot and before I uaed a half
boule. I felt treat relief and I kepi o
taklnr it until I heran to reel meir afaln.
I have reeomntanded tl to my neirhbora
and Meada and teveral of them informed
me that ley hre been rreailv benefited
hv i un II I . aun i av ennurh for
- an i Root and I heartily recommend it
foe Kidney trouble and Rheiimallam
You have my eonaent to paMie. thia
tatemen! I am T veam old. nr. kiimer'a
swamp Root hat aaxed my life.
LVDIA P. IIDHUHIM
Loa Anrelea Caiir.
County or Loa Anrelea ta.
On thla joth day of January. A. D. Ititi.
I.ydla f. Hnrunin aubarrlbed to the above
autement and made oath lhai the name it
true in anbattnea and fart.
ORAcr w rnvr.
Bn Ihr A undated P
Waahinrton a rn i
the l.ehlah Valley rallxxa
contraria Involving an t
iiiiiaI tl.nnfi.rjnn m a reault of "lni
bualnaaa uouUlllona ai thia time." war
In a leilei !o Prealdeni Wllaon frmn
Pu Ihe I . "i if i Prest
Ohlearo April II. Th majority or learn-
er of aocldloty in echoed and colletea are
unrit fur the reaaon that t'nelr knowirdt
iotnen ihrouKh book rather than practical
Mpertefire arcorduir to tettimony riven
liefnre the I nlted atalea commitalon oA
Induairtal relailotia today by Prof. i. U.
Kannady teacher of e-ronomir at the cm-
veralty of Chlcaro. and laai week elected
alderman from the Twenty aeveniQ ward
nn the rinclallnl in kei
Helor eominf to Chtcato the witneaa
x'.a a leacber al Cornell and ideniuied
tuinaalf at a prai Ural aociolertal by ataiint:
ihal bi made a toclai aurvey of me pack-
ing induairy in vt u ror ihe I'uveralty
or ChicaaTo aetuemanr.
Illa repon of racts of the Inveailtanon
were p unbailed in pamphlat forn in 101 1.
The in in. i. up i waa nubmllted to an edii-
uit committee of tne ecttieiuent coimiaunr
or ll dlrectota.
TIley declined lo publish nia 'Inierprala-
lion and conclualona" baaed on the facta
he add. Tin?- ho Ibourht. they erred.
"lio the packers cnniribuie to llie aup-
pon or me unlverally aeiilaroent?" aaavd
lunik P WalKh. ihaiinian or ine commia-
alon. "I think rmniir t Co. pay lha expenaea
or a head niiric in Uiai deparlinant of the
acitlemenl" replied Ihe wiinesa.
Anewerliit another iiieiion he said:
"I Hunk that rich n and corporatlona
contribute m cuántica ettjatnantt ami
other so-called welfare propotltlOM lo di-
l n public attcnllop from Ihe real evila
Prof. Kennedy survey wan arroinpllahen
by permlaalon ir the packer who irave
him aci ea to th. Ir hooka upon rrprrwnia-
IIoqi i ai iba iiniuliy waa to be atrlctiy
aclenllflc. Me ald an aiinrney for Armour
A Co. lo whom by iirevioua arreemant ma
manuarrlpi wai rubniltted. wruio to tne
' dlilnK foainiltta iliat Ihe lacta ealaliilahea
liv lb invTiiiiralor were accurate bul thai
hi com lualoiia. which were in eflcci tnai
lo ware were ai the bottom of all avila
or the rittieiicc of unskilled labor ai tna
Yard Rlirl that llie labor nnlnn ilr..i in.
Minoumiriiieni Iliat only soIijikui. weal beyond tin: bounds
xxill toon ard ' uirreed lo when the books were opened lo
peiidiiiire of al-1 bis inspection.
i n hi' i labor al the yarda. Mr ken-
nade I " llv "'. ' !' beifinnln as tnrliaii
B land Herman; now u i lartaly Slavonic.
f tin- road huli wai" i'11 larf nuiiibers of liu-.'
While II ii.' "ni ii r.'ii lanorr-t.i had been lun-d lo tni
r Mi . Thomaa. fieialls ' ' oiiniry for the purpot of providlhr an
" laner aunen mat overauppiy ot labor. In any event Ibu
apwnui- auppll waa alwax trealei Itiaii llie d.'-
in nit. ha added and iba uikers rere.
an tera "t III) lo fij week when stead
11X11 llll Ml I'I'I s s N XIXKIM x
Mil M I HIM III Ml s REPUIUetl I HI I
I' ' - XI Ut VIIVIIMN IHMaU.N.
Mr Tliiiiuas xxmte the prt-ld'iil tn denv
mat he nnani anv rrlllclaai or ihe artmlni
nailon in aaytat in a lecnnt slaninent after
a rail al the White Hnine thai tha uros
I ' Her la
Ur. Kilmer a Ca
Blnghamta. v. V.
Prove XX bal Kwamp Moot Will Do lor Van
Send tan centt to Dr. Kilmer 4 Co.. nine
haminn. ft. Y. for a aample alia bottle.
It will conrlnee anyon. You will also
receive a booklet of valuable information
elllnr about tha kldneva and t.i.Hn.r
When wrltlnr. be aura and mention the Ff
raao Morninr Times. Retular nriy-cen
and one dollar alze bottles for tale at all
AMKRItAN WORMEBJN l CHIVA OK VER -V.PJÍir
T0 tVTLRI'ERK IV
UISPITE WITH JAPANESE.
B th Afnelaled Prett
Paklnr. April l-."lo specific progress
waa recordad at the conference yesterday
between tha Chinese rorelrn minister. Lu
'. nr-Halana; and the Japanese minuter.
EBI Hlon over the Japanese demands. The
i onferenee lasted the usual four hours and
questions conctrnlnr eastern or inner Mon
tuna were aiacussed
wiui snum Manrmiria and tne Japanese
demsiiil.i with reference to those two terri-
tories are virtually the same rfdattnr to
rlthl of residence by Ihe Japanese and own-
ership of land minina: concessions; obllta-
ilon on the pari of China lo obtain Japan's
consent to the training of railway coii-
i was orlrtnally grouped
Turin and the Japanese
RIGGS BANK STANDS
ALONE IN BIG FIGHT
IV Pit IM till I M.S.
Mvrsmrsl Prepared to Make Determined
aiaad la Defense al eeeretarv Mr Adve
and Caaiplrelltr WlHIata.
ADlil l-Further exidenre
that the tovernmeni expects lo hava a hard
rial i on its hands in tba Injunction pro-
reedlnrs broiihi by the Rlrra National
bank aralnst Aerretary MrAdosi and Comp-
troller af lite Ourrenry Williams was rrren
tomaiii. when aovernrnent counsel an
nounred that a postponement would he
sought when the rase come up tomorrow
in the District of columbis supreme rotirt.
Loula D. Brandéis special assistant attor-
ney tenerai in rhirae nf the case waa not
Rreptred to say tonlghi Just how much
me he would ask for. II waa evident
h-.wexer. that he would seek a rontlnuanre
foi at leaat a week and It was iboueht
thst Hie government would not be ready to
go to trial until a week after next.
Mr. Brandéis wa unwilling to dlteuss i tie
rise it was believed however that the
fan that a pnMponemeni would be sought
was evidence thai the government does not
expert in make lis main plea aralnst the
Jurisdiction of the court but will seek to
answer ihe allegations set forth In the com-
plaint which charges Measrs. MrAdoo and
Williams with attempts to wreck the bank
and a long series or peraecutlona.
In a statement Issued tonight former
Senator Joseph W. Bailey of counsel for
the bank denied that any other bank had
any part In the pending proreadmre or had
been consulted about the suit In any way.
CHICAGO ii In. I si out MODERN TEN-
DENCY TO TRET CRIMINALS
loan from any other power for
transfer of railways.
owing to i hlnese Insistence inner Mon
golla and south Manchuria were not dls
cussed together yesterday. The Japanese.
iinuisier insisien mat mese two anouiu be
.lis i i on Ihe same basis but Lu Clieng-
llslang argued that Japan hat no such
claims In eastern Mongolia a In south
Mm. inn in He said howeveaj that China
was xx mine lo aaaa treaty Dortt and oiher-
xx i s.i plac all foreign nation in a favorable
pnsiiiou relative to iraatng-
Lu Cheng-Hslang. asked that Japan with-
drew group 5. which tontaina some of the
most Importan! demande mada by Japan In-
cluding the employment of Japanese pollll-
cal financial and military advisers and
Japanese police; Japanese supervision over
Ihe manufacture or purchase of china's war
muiilUoiis an I railway and mining conces-
sions. M. Hlokl said he would communl
cate the request to Tokio.
II la understood China will communicate
with in. powers If Japan insists on retain-
ing group 6. Tho Tlen-Tsin-Peklng branch
of the American association which in-
cludes virtually all tbo American business
men of those two cities recently called the
attention or Secretary of ftttle Bryan
through the American minister. Paul a.
Heinseh. to mhat was termed "the aerlous
peril) or Ihe rallxxays dvpaudl 1 largely on
the aiinude r Washington ornnels.
My fiist impulse" Mr. ihniusi wrote
"on learning tint political i i pi tal was
heme ma le or all Isolated paragraph m niv
statement u to ignore the statement I
rullx ai ptenale iat you are engrossed
xxnh nflalis of slale of vital importance in
ihe welfare of the country and I am sure
thai ihe uanner In which you have safe
guarded the Interests of tur country in
spires the confidence and admiration or
every American cilljen.
since it appeal - however that a wholly
erroneous interprriatloa is being placid un
ihal poriinn of ii y sisleiuiiiii xx Inch ba-
be ii made Mu- siiPtnri or editorial com
nl. I now leel ii mv dun lo call Hie
mailer lo your lltaailna.
It eetns to in a can rul reading of ihe
enure statemenl raannl leave an Inn. re.
ll.v employed which mosi or I hem ho said "a'ure or tbe Japanese demands." and ask
aie not. lu- used amour tt i.o. as an u- ln h.e American government lo take meas-
I . i ... .... . ' . ures to protect American inlereals.
i ' . .otU; J- """" ' The appeal recently cabled direct lo I'res-
"' leeliry maarrow and he wished went Wilson waa signed by seven proml-
i" lair bul eoMlllons al Ihe Armour 1 nent American missionaries. The whole
sloii or n inn in i f jour adm
said among other things i
should lace the future wit:
Inn M r adi
plant. I said were typical
The low xxiig.-s carry in their train un-
sanitary housing condition child labor
and a high mortality rate. Of ne tp-ains
in the stockyards district he said au per
' ' i xx re due i lubei culosls I he ex
pi usí a or me average unskilled worker's
ramily be asseried. xxere shoxxn by nix
investigation lo run uo a year beyond
ab-oluic requlrameiits. Thus children and
J wives were sent out tu msku up tna u-
" I Hell or hoarder taken In lo further be-
' I foul tbe air oí already ciowdcd cottage.
'jVr Kennedy declared.
' I wa r ore d lo trace every one 01
I these exits to inadequate compensation
1 1 llie witness said. "In llie period late-lsui
. ihe xxurkers al Iho stockyards succeeded
. i in furmint tn orgsiilsaiion and obtained a
on 10 keep your promise Tl al bii"m".i I EW J1'"" " ' 'hal perol
as to hsxe a rest; tile manner lu which '" """""' a iiiiini r raise xxss dr-
ic coiiniiy had solved ihe financial proh ' '"ahded and rerused and a strike resulted
ins f'u.ed noon u by lis.- xiar. ius in 'lie union xxts crushed and u longer ex-
irgc measure of ennrse lo the federal re Ists except vlcarloiislv rn .am
o""í'V' JÍ? country they did not utuVi to iinioiiuni. bul to
senil the III -i.onsllüe. 1. .r ... ......
hsd lo deal wim. Hoxsevcr. it remains a
be noled that xxuaa not utdy ihe leaders.
Inl the union n-rii xsern crusned. Wares
one ana io i-xnis an bom lor
xxa fundamentally sound
tumi certainly camml be
as reflection upon fail or
Ma.x Ha. trlrbrallon liaudiinrd
By fke assort" led fress
Berlin. Apul In Itia I ondon Xcoi Inn
P llie Yorwarris tbe s.eialli party man-
agement his a.txiiid rulioidiiiate organKs
linns lo omit Ihe Msv day relehralton this
year oing lo ihe "peculiar nn uiuiame "
II Is underslo.nl thai the 'peculiar rir-
tuiiisiancrs" refer Pi tlw need of keeping
ihe arms faetones in upvraiiou
missionary body numbers several hundred
hut the great majority of them have not
seen tbe document. Borne or Ihote who
were requested to sign ll refused.
The "American Board" seat a circular to
their missionaries instructing them to re
f1 in rrom making any public announcement
en political afrairs. The Young Man's
Christian Association refuted to Join the
petition era. American missionaries gener-
ally favor the position taken by China
hut. few indulge In publicity or political ac-
tivities in Ihe belief ihal the questions
which have arisen between rhina and Japan
can be better left to the legation and Ihe
President Krank J. Ooodnow of Johns
Hopatlna iiulvarslly. who Is still the ad-
vlser f Ihe Chinese goternmtut. wlU re-
turn lo Peking In June
Dvaaaall tuapacU Belted.
" (A AtsecMiferf Press
Kansas city April II - A man who. offl.
rers said waa carrying four slicks of dyna-
mite wrapped in a parkate and several reel
Of fuse with a dynamite rap attached was
arrested tonight by detectives in Kanaa
cuy. kan. as be waa entering me grounds
of the Cudahy Packing rompan) a portion
or whose plant wu wrecked by a mys-
terious explosion last Sunday nlfhi. The
man gave ihe name or John Mulvahlll. Two
companions amelad with dim ttve tor
iiaines of Max Barren and H. K Conley. All
deny they bad any Intention of setting at
rn hearing regtidbig conditions smong
c iiunerclal telegrapher was completed in
He lliorulnax T. V. Power. n. ......... ...
the operating room of Hie Chicago umce axploslon or tbal they know anymtng about
of me Postal Telegraph rompan) refuten th explosion teat Sunday nlgbl
marges made against laai tooipany by WU- According lo lb police. Mulvahlll. who
B - xesiarday. aod Wr.iey Musseu see- as an -s mi l. of tbe i a king com-
i. iai v measure i of ibe leiegrapher. union. Pauy. ha been under surveillance aloca
a. rurther evidence for the u-iegrapaars' test Monday.
i.' -'iuei inrousli ni. irillin uii
illl M.i. !
We tay Itlgli) .1 pri. on frslecal and rfnalltutlonallal tn
I ll) National ISank Hulldliuj. liu 1'i.nn . t tbssa. I'lione
..N AMIIMII 1 1 1AK
A Hotel Built fpr the Climate
U l' K OPILAN
II IK TYHKttM.. sea nag er Ofll.ial 11. a I quarters. T. I'. . M A. A. A
innrinsn nsx.ng state. i mat in ra
I ii. i- roniroery ia4 bran well esiabusnea
i fey pre i l.us wltaasssts
I Mr. Walsh left for bis home in keaeas
Cuy loalght lo lie present tomorrow at
IB funeral of William R MeUoii ut
I piopneior of me kanaa Clly lar
I t M K XI or I M INhi Hkl l
uslaess Mispeaxded la Alkuucraju Wbea
Popular litliea Is Boraa u Toaak.
$ ...... o la taat 1'iaaa
Albuqiwiqun. N. N April " tBlHilll
a upeu'd tu thl- cuy rur t nour
M l aJternoon during lb funertl of Irauk
" cnier oi ine nisi iiuual bank
wlws. death occurred 1 ueadey woniiaa a
e result or tn auiomobil accident
Tha aeiMees were held in tba siui
LEVY GROCERY CO.
la Order to ItUivaaKC Our C! rated Ha Va Taa re will pul on aaxte
100 p.vaave- of I poatod I axacb . V I . t;. ymUm
"ur recular price la Tic ife '
ra iban I Iba to cutrptnar. iteguiar palca 11. 6.
ais rjatts i.rUfbi at akeUr) tatra Jua.lll Haasllan l'lwiaplr In lera)
trta n fmUu prkw BaW caxuB) su i BO
Travake wuti a anal alase Mntjpr- Bkavu urtaer t.ncu rn... x
tmmm a mm Mt in iim t. ..x i.ki.a.nu (.ritmr
ASHAMED OF HER
Many aa outer is tltratuve girl is a Me-
ta! failure beraus of poor complexión.
If your skin la not naturally fresh smooth
and glowing or bat suffered from aa un-
wise usa of re me ur . ivaaiaol soap and
riuoi i out píen i w ai aUuo -t turtly cktar
il in t normal bealiby way. II is o easy
Just Balls your lac far aataraj oui
wiih RaaBkoi Soap aad hot water work
ins the . reesuy laiher ilo tba akin rutl)
flu the Associated Prttt
Chicago April 15. The average criminal
la far from being the mental defective
pictured by the present-day paychopatlr
criminologist Marcus Cavanaugn Judge of
tne superior conn asseriea ipoay i
sneech In which he rrltlrlted aelf-appoli
experts and the modern theory of curing
erlmfnsls hv klrdness.
"We sre helna taught that crimes are Ihe
results of mental defects and that conse
quently nod alone is to mame ana tne
iheorv of nun shment Is wron. ne sain
"The eifect or thlt theory Is to destroy tbe
sense nf uersonal resoonalblllly.
"It would be difficult lo find a body of
men and women possessed or minds more
active and Intelligent than tnose housed in
the cotintv fall The fact is mese persons
are loiy and seirtsh but not derective men
"ft la true the criminal is uneducated
Léenos education renulrrs work and hard
work. The moat convincing evidence of
good character is me calloused paira ine
police need nox watcn tne man ur oi
"TOO much sympathy hit been wasted on
the woman or tne streets ana is noi men
tallv defective. She doet not want sym
pathy. but wants to be let alone. Rbe
knows perfectly that she could go Into
numberless kitchens and ne certain or cieau
rood and a place lo live and good wages.
But she does not want to work.
"It la true also mat she Is uneducated.
K..t ror tha ame reason that the thief Is
uneducated she was loo laxy and selfish
to acdulre an education. It Is high time
to stop coddling criminals stern and in-
flexible handllnr la the way to slop the
pernicious activities of the young crtml-
naia." Whenever kou Neeo a General Tonle
The Old Standard drove a Taateless Chill
Tonic la equally valuable at t Oentrai
ionic becauee it contains the well known
tonic properties of OL'ININE and 1HOM.
Drives out Malaria enriches Blood. Build
up ma Whole Syatem. 6QC-
Hl'NB WEARY OF WAB.
Dealre for Peace Reflected In Expression
ot Official Nexxspapert.
By ike Associated Jrr
London. April It 3:S a. m). A Budt-
pett dispatch to Ibe Pott aayt:
"The desire for peace 1 the overwhelm-
ing sentiment noticeable throughout Hun-
gary me past few days. How absorbed tbe
tieuDle are In this Idea can be seen at a
glance in the newspapers which In almeat
everv Issue contain prominent illusions
editorials and expressions of opinion along
"For several days there haa been scarcely
any public speech or statement on tba war
or political situation which did not touch
on thia subject Pronouncedly the govern-
ment newspapers are leading lb peace
campaign. It la not yet easy however lo
say what terina would be accepted offi-
cially." Tbe Real estate aaetloa of aexl Banday'a
Time astil bring kuyers aad sallara 1
i ll x ni i I ' WITH tiltil
Luis Plnark Docketed at Matlon oa Char
al Takln Gua.
Charred by the police with having taken
a revolver from a display rasa in th
leldman Sporting Hoods store on San An-
tonio street yesterday afternoon. Luis
pinark waa placed in tbe city Jail and
docketed on a charge of theft under liu.
Employes of me store allege Plnark had
been loitering around Iba store for some
lime before beinr arrested.
Jot Gomales a mill Mexican boy. was
arrested yesterday afternoon by officer
Wood on a charge of siralmg tacha.
C A S T O R 1 A
ode and prariirelb la bote luxsn un ta finger n - Tku wttk off with
More n.ftiuul isoap aod warm water no
UBing vim a daak ef clear cold water to
cloe Ik pare.
Ik ifeie regularly oae or twice a da)
os' astoaaily spreading on a links Reapiol
ointment fur tea or ftrteeu buuum Iwforr
using haslaol boat) and you aul be aatuo
tsbed bow quickly lb ksMlta. aauaepux
Ht.uul 1 1 1 a 1 1 1 cal toü sooiaes aad cleejtaos
ui Liuiiui rtiu to uav
tribuí to tbe man who fur thirty
s bad hao a leader in ike busina
of Ife no l lllli am tx
Appeal Ayalaai Retal.
a asMtal lire le 7s. r
tianu fa. . M . April tt -rbe AUblaon
I I'ftka santa is railroad has filed m
ot a app-al i. th slale uprM
oait agftiust loe arder or u. .oiooistioa
coaxaussioo rwiaxt isdruad lo m
WW ret. i. lo M sama la K.ld and Cop
su) Ttie sin ml . .i.ii iu. an
the Culfax coualy
i fields la btaasty.
fevavaa ta loiaplaxioo clea
rresk aad veltr. Reeuxul aoap and otui
osen i are aatad fey ail druggist Far trial
Ire write tu Djaspi. u-R. B alaos. Balu
Firat Coma Firot Sasnrad
Only Limited Supply.
SANTA FE FUEL CO.
Frad J. Wackarta. Praa.
you are more entertaining with
Whatever the musical taste of
your guests may be from
opera selections to the latest
popular hit you have the
right record for the right per-
son. Played with all tha mellow rieh-
neaa of tone developed by the tre-
mendous energy and enthusiasm
of Mr. Edison's creative genius.
Come in any time and hear as
many records a you like.
CARMEN HELD FOR
REVISED LIST OF VICTIMS IN DETROIT
ACCIDENT KHOWS TWELVE WOMEN
AND THREE MEN AMONO DEAD.
By the .Associated Prett
Detroit. April IS Nine funerals will be
merged into one next Monnsy to take care
or nine of the fifteen victims of last night'
aeetdent when t crowded street car was
run down by a Detroit Toledo It lronlon
freiuht train on a railroad rrosslng In tbe
western part or tha city. All of tha nine
were parishioners of. St. John Cantlut' Ro-
man Catholic church where tbe funeral
will be held.
Th sit railroad commissioner prose-
cuting attorney coronar and police officials
were busy all day investigating the col-
lision preliminary to bringing charges
against ibote responsible for the accident.
Th roroner's Inquest will be held on
Monday morning and in the meantime J. C.
Vx'estover the student motorman nn the
wrecked car. and Rtcbard Vallad tbe reg-
ular motorman who was Instructing West-
over are held at police headquarters.
Westover ws optlnr tbe cr when tlio
A revised list of ibe victims riven out to-
night gives twelve women and three mta
as the number killed. Two of the dead Ire
Costly Biaie in Pearl.
By the Atancialrd Prett
Peoria III April 15. Fire which brok
out In tbe basement of the Board or Trade
building tonight did damage estimated tt
IS0.000. After a two-hour battle the names
were brought under control. The Western
Union orflces and equipment are a total
lots. The I'otttl Telegraph company lost
two rabies but men service was not seri-
When tbe general alarm sounded tne '
Peoria nremen were attending their annual
ball and dress Suits were covered wttn
rubber coals ts tlx y mide their way to
Two riremen were overéeme by smoke.
Mergta Collection Sold.
Bll Ike Associated Prett
New York. April 13. The 1. P. Morgan
collection or eighteenth century rurnitqre
has been bought. It wat announced today
by Duveen brothers. Although the pur-
chase price wat not stated. It Is estimated
that tbe amount was not far from tl.rxio.ooo.
ponsumers Prefer to
Buy -Articles Adver-
tised in This Paper.
Advertising is the most
potent factor of the age in
This education ha
proven of great advantage
to consumera because they
can now make their pur-
chase with intelligence and
They know that the
manufacturer who puta his
name or trademark brand
on an article and adver-
tise it muat maintain it
It is an established fact
that advertising helps man-
ufacturers build a reputa-
tion for their products;
but. to autjtain the reputa-
tion the quality muat be
ucts are. therefore in a
i protection to the
consumer. They are a
guarantee of uniform and
Be on the aafe aide. Al-
ways buy advertised prod-
ucts; ask for them by trade-
mark name or by name of
Remember thia Every
time you o to the store to
buy soap perfume house-
hold medicine paint var-
nish automobile tires food
products chewing gum
corsets underwear shirts
collars shoes hair tonic
tooth paste or powders
grape juice or soda foun-
tain drinks etc.. etc..
whatever you want ASK
FOR IT BY NAME of
manufacturer or trade-
mark brand and maul on
Do not accept eubeti-tutea.
"Get What You Ask For"
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