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EXPLOSIVES HADE FROM AIR
Korwtgiam .Make Use of lfitrogren
in JToTtl Manner m a Cal
3JIO PLAHT IS IN OPERATION
fOorreapondsiM of Th Associated Press.)
CHRISTIANIA, Tcb. Th prooes
of withdrawing nltrofron from th lr
. i- rr.nnfrti:rlnl srllflrlsl for-
tlllarra and hlh explosive mar
In operation at th new eo.ono horse lr i
tfawt at Ortda In th Hardanrer Fiord.
The separation of ths nltroiton from the
oxygen tn the air Is sccompllshert by
eomptMln the air Into liquid form. The
nitrogen, which bolls first, at about KO
deareea below aero tFHhrenhelO, la led
away by specially conatnicted main and
the oxyen. which bolla at about 2 be
low, la utilised on account of lla Intensely
low temperature to anoint In the lique
faction process, intimately It escapea Into
the air again.
The nitrogen gathered In thla manner
la tt Into form for uae by combining
It with calcium carbide, a substance
known to practically every automoblllet
owing to Ita offenalve odor. Carbide l
made by tuning llmeatona and coal In
the Intense heat of an electric furnace.
Tha operation can only be performed
where electricity la very cheap. When
carbide la heated In an atmoaphere of
nitrogen It abaorba the nitrogen, forming
a Compound known aa nltrollm. This la
the new fertiltalng product which Nor
way la now producing on a wholeeale
The power for the gigantic Odda plant
la fumlahed by the nearby water falla.
The lime and coal are fuaed together In
a aerlea of fumacea each employing 1.0O4
horae power. All the pyrotechnics of a
tee! furnace are ecllpaed when one of
the great Odda crucible la tapped for
tha molten carbide poura forth with a
glare that no man dare face with unpro
Meanwhile the production of the nitro
gen la being puraued In another depart
ment. Air for the purpoee la drawn In
great Inlet pi pea from the mountain tope,
Thla waa found neoeaaary because the
air In the valley around the great worka
waa found to contain traoea of acetylene
gaa from the carbide. Aoetylene gaa un
der preaaure la dangeroualy exploalva,
and even a trace of It In the liquefaction
Plant would be likely to cauae the deatruc
tion of the entire plant.
The nitrogen from the liquefaction plant
la turned Into cylinder filled with pow
dered carbide, which are heated from the
center by the paaaage of an electric cur
rent through a piece of carbon and aa tb
temperature liaea the carbide abaorba tha
nitrogen and glowa with tha heat of
chemical action. The result la nltrollm,
the artificial aubatltute for nltratea and
natural fertllUera and the starting point
of another proceee for the production of
nluMo acid and certain high explosives.
(Continued from Page One.)
Ctate department, expressed regret at the
Columbus massacre, but mads no com
ment on tha proposal of sending American
troona to hunt down the bandit. Ellseo
Arradondo. hi ambassador here, was of
ficially Informed of tha Ajnerloas govern
ment's action. He only replied that ha
would communicate with hla chief. He
ha previously expresed the personal
opinion that the movement would not he
' State department efflctale declined to
say what their attitude would be U Gen
eral Carransa took a hostile position.
They said ths United States would settle
that question when It arose. If aa offer
of co-operation of Can-ant troop) is
made, they said. It could hardly be re
fused. Today General Carransa ordered
(.out troops from various garrison to
move upon tb Villa fore,
Jaat a Pwalttve Meaaara.
The effect of their .ad vanoe probably
would be to keep the Villa bandit near
the border, but Secretary learning an
nounced during the day that no matter
bow far Into Mexico It was necessary for
American forces to penetrate, or to what
numbers it became necessary to Increase
their force, the United State would con
sider the expedition a punitive one one
purely for the suppression of outlaws.
For such action there Is ample precedent
la international law and. In fact. In the
relations of the United State with Mex
How many of the 1J.O0 troop now on
the border will be employed has iot been
fully determined. The general plan will
be to distribute the in f on try to guard
the border towns, while the cavalry will
be released for scouring the mountains.
deserts, sag brush and arryo. In or
rirr not to weaken the defense of border
towns It may be necesssry to move other
troops from Interior posts to the border.
Gaard May Have Caaaoe.
!o prospect of using the National Guard
exists In the situation tonight, but any
larger scale of operation would Involve
It. No orders have been given to ths
navy. The fleet,' with mora than 10.0UO
bluejacket and marines available for
landing duty, Is on the winter drilling
grounds off Ouantanamo, within easy
tailing distance of Mexican waters.
ahould antl-American demonatratlon or
uprwing snaangvr American or ouirr lor-
While the government counts ths naval
fore as available, there is every dis
position to do nothing tn ths way of
naval demonstration which might be re
garded aa menacing Carransa, from
whom the United States hopes and ex
pects co-operation, passive at lea at. If
In sharp contrast to the stirring scenes
In congress two years ao when Presi
dent Wilson ordered the fleet to Vera
Crux, the president's action today was
received with marked complacency In
both house and senate. Member bad
prepared to mak speeches urging action.
but when word went around that the
president had ordered In the troop, ex
presaiona of approval were heard on both
vldec of the chamber.
Give President Beta.
fteaatore Kail and MoCumber. republi
cans, both Introduced resolution propos
ing occupation gad policing of Mexico
with large fpreee, but they consented to
permit them to be referred ta the foreign
relatione committee) without debate. The
Plea of ths administration loader t let
the president deal with tb situation In
Its present phase seemed to be acceptable
The president outlined bis position fully
to fcenetor Stone and Representative
Klood. chairman of th foreign affair
committee a. Soon afterward Mr. Flood
informed th house committee and Sen
ator Ktone called a meeting of th senate
committee for tomorrow morning for the
same purpose. The object of adminis
tration leaders will be to prevent as far
M'LEMORE OF TEXAS,
whose resolution, asking for
the warning of Americans
not to sail on armed vessels
of belligerents, furnished
the basis for the greatest
controversy in the halls of
congress since the beginning
of the European war.
as possible all dlacuasion In congress and
to block any action which might Interfere
rlth the president or serve to Indicate
that the United Btates Is engaged In more
than a purely punitive expedition.
In his action today. It Is pointed out,
the president wss wholly within hla con
atttutlonal authority to repel Invasion.
WATCH FOR RETURN
OF VILLA BANDITS
from Page One.)
hare at o'clock. Trainmen reported
quiet prevailed at Hacblta, and Victoria,
where American troops are stationed.
The poeketbook of T. M. Evans, one of
the Americans massacred January 10 at
Santa Tsabel, was found on ths body of
a Mexican officer identifies: as raoio
Lopes, second In command to Villa
Wounded Mexican said that It was gen
erally ttd among Villa troop that
while Lopes led In the massacre bs acted
without orders from Villa.
A battalion of the Twentieth Infantry,
commanded by Major William R. Sam
ple, reached Victoria at daylight.
Villa fifteen Mllee geath.
Villa at the head of the main body of
tha bandit waa reported fifteen mile
south of the International line, where
they halted after a running fight yester
day with pnfsulng United State trooper.
Signal firs seen along1 the border couth
f her laat night wei believed, how.
ever, to hare been placed by bandits, and
a report that armed rckler were In ths
vicinity of llachlta, N. M-. led the mili
tary authoritla to dispatch reinforce
ment to tb border patrol there!
The possibility of fi.ith.er bandit raids
waa admitted by army effloer and
armed civilian and tt militiamen and
cowboy were co-operating with tha fed
eral authorities In maintaining a border
Trwaps netejra Border.
The trooper under Major Tompkins
and Llndaley that pursued Villa Into
Mexico returned lata yesterday and aided
la patrolling the border during the night
With tha First battalion of the Twen
tieth Infantry stationed at Victoria early
today, Colonel Slooum has about M0 men
under hla command, prepared to meet
any further advances by Villa on Amer
'If he come again w will gtv him
a worse whipping than we gave htm yes
terday," said Colonel felocum.
Early today no signs of Villa's return
from the hills was apparent.
Armed civilian kept guard at tha school
bouse, where their wives and daughters
pent the night. The Mexican quarter
were closely guarded by patrols. The
town waa quiet and dark, except for the
glowing embers of the ruins of ths hotel.
Tha commanding officer of the Seventh
cavalry, patrolling the border west of
here near Gibson' ranch, was notified
to watch for any attempt by Mexioana to
cross ths border at point leading to
DeralngT N. M., a town about forty miles
north of tha International Una.
TROOPS ANXIOUS (
TO BEGIN PURSUIT
(Continued from Pag On.)
1 t A.vir. eamm.mlln. fuu. has
the bandits' escape to tha eastward
blocked, and official Information from
Agua Prleta was to the affect that Mili
tary Governor P. Ella Catles. bad dis
posed troop tn the last twenty-four hours
to cut Villa off from sntry Into Sonora.
Oeneral Outierrei was reported watch
ing the couth.
creata, Cavalry Oaa gerao.
Advices today from tbs weet stated
that the entire Seventh cavalry, under
Colonel Erwln. had left llachlta for Cul
bertson' ranch on the border.
A troop of cavalry was reported en
route from Douglas, Art., to Hachlta.
That Tired Feeling
Ml- r a-ssMrlQa, Waloa
aaovataa tha stloaa.
That tlrd fssllng that corns to you
la ta prlasT. yaar after year. Is a stm
that your blood lacks vitality. Just a
pirn pie, boll and olhsr arupuona ar
sl-n that tt la impure; and It ta also a
ta that your system I ta a low er run-
oowa condition lanuns disc, it u a
warnlnc which tt Is wis ta bead.
Ask your drusclst for Hood' I
partll. Thla eld standard triad and true
Mood medicine relieve that tired feel
Ins. It cleanses ths blood, elves tosw Ufa.
uw courage, strength and cheerfulness.
It makss ths rich rod blood that will
mak you feel. look, est and lep
Be sure to set Hood'e Baraaperllla. It
embodle th careful training, xprlenc.
and skill of Mr. Hood, a pharmacist for
fifty years. In Its nuallty end power to
One troop M Seventh cavalry waa sent
to Alamo Hueoo. ten miles south of
Hachlta. There were American cavalry
men also at tog Springs, guarding all
routra across the boundary In that sec
tion of New Mexico.
Other United States troops were dis
posed of today as follows:
First battalllon. Twentieth Infantry, at
Victoria, thirty-two mllee eaat; troop O,
Thirteenth cavalry, at the border gate
three miles south of Columbus. Hit troops,
Thirteenth cavalry. In camp with ma
chine gun platoon at Columbus. Heavy
patrols were stationed all along railroad
line from llachlta to Columbus.
FDNSTON ASKS FOR
(Continued from Page One.)
raid, he la believed o have about three
thousand. IJven If he should not con
tinue raids, he has entered on a policy of
merciless killing of Americans In Mexico.
"To show apathy and gross Inefficiency
of Mexican government troops, and Amer
ican woman held prisoner by Villa for
nine days, but who escaped In Columbus
fight, state that during all that time he
was undisturbed at no great distance
from the board collecting a force of
about 1,000 men. The few Caranaa troops
In the region Ted, losing all contact with
him and not even Informing us a to
"If it is proposed to take action sug
gested, I recommend no Information be
given out In order that we may stand
some chance for surprealng.
"If desired I shall personally command.
It would be desirable to replace as soon
as possible from available cavalry In the
United Btates the cavalry taken from the
border. UMgned) "FU'TON.
Piles Cared ta 14 Days.
Druggists refund money If I'axo Oint
ment fails to cure Itching, Blind, Bleed
ing or Protruding Piles. First applica
tion give relief. BOc. Advertisement.
REVISED LIST OF VICTIMS
W. O. BITCKXB, hotel proprietor.
W. B WAXES, oastoms rider.
O. C. KZZ.X.ZB, druggist.
MSB. M3XTOW J AMIS.
3. S. DEAH.
J. J. KOOU.
SB. X. i. KAXT, Si Peso.
W. A. SATX9SOV, SI aso.
XABJtT WMWAXB, corporal Troop a.
rxAsTX T. XSITDVAU, borsesfcosr,
OOBPOBAX. VATTb SZMOH.
30W.lt SSITSMBX.X, band aargaaat.
rSBO A. OBXTTX, private. Troop s
SBBOEAWT KAB4 B. XKBBg.
THOMAS BUTT. KB, Troop T.
Kra. J. I, Moor,
lieutenant O. O. season, Troop O.
Jess jr. Taylor, Troop T.
Theodora Xalsorke, Troop T
Michael Baftnasel, maehlna-gnn troop.
oaa xaysorongn. Troop as.
game Teaaar, Troop MU 1
goaa Seongh, Troop 0.
Captain Oeorge WUllams.
Trlvat Junes Vseder, Troop x.
Experienced smlegmen for
Dregs Ooodg and Bilk. Only
those thoroughly well quail
fled need apply.
Call between and 1 0 a. ra.
Saturday, March it.
Apply to General Manager.
Thompson, Belden & Co.
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
"Follow the BEATON Path"
Ho Berdsn'a Condsnao4 Mllk..l
iho Cere Urual Corn Mal lTo
Ifve i'ereo Urual Lums 17
IJ.75 ikrllc"s Malted Milk. o
5ltal six ( Si TO
II. feuiatossn 1
11.00 Just s rVod 7
11.00 Horllck' Maltod Milk
iOo Putman'a Vry Clsaner 4s
Ho Colorlta 1
11.00 M. I. P. T Ts
tl.00 K-KU'Ba Ptls Remsdy... T
the Mlstlto Croam la
tOe hmd'i Kxtrart Cold Crvam. .S4
te rond's Vanishing Praro. . . .IT
tte Wiisht's Bttvsr Crsara ITs
11.00 Iivori o
15c Bsn Zan Tooth Powder 10
11.00 Hubbard s VtfstabUl Qsrinl-
11.00 Frank' Psrurlan Nenr Tonic
10c Tom Moore, Conchas slsa, I
to a customer 6
10c Preferencla, Concha tse, i
to a customer 6
10c Henry IV, box of IS...S1.S4
IJmlte-d 1 boa to a customer.
0o 1 Con ten to. each e
lie Muriel, dear Havana, ea.lOo
Beaton Drug Co.
' Fifteenth and Farnam Streets
Apartments, Flats, Houses and Cottages can be rented
(.uickly and cheaply by a Bee
Laces Are Popular
And Wc Have the
Lacos for evening
gowns, for Summer
dresses, blouses, in
fants' wear and under
muslins. Silk Laces, Net Laces,
Venise, Val, Torchons
and Novelties, Colored
Silk Nets, Radium, All
Overs and Chiffons in
Prepare for the
Ask to e our new "two In
An Umbrella Parasol
that will delight every
woman. India shape, short
handles with silk loop for the
arm, fUrer or gold frames. In
black, green, blue and change
Have You Seen
the New Buttons?
So many new shapes, sizes
and colors that we can't start
describing them. Beautiful
noreltles as well as all staple
You are asked to see these
Toilet Goods Section
QUAKER GLOVE CLEAN
ER, a surprisingly satisfac
tory preparation; EOc size,
MANICURE SETS, contain
ing file, nail stick and em
ery boards, all for 6c.
'BATH SOAP, 8 He a cake.
In Rose, Gray, Cope,
Gold and Ivory. The j
I right weight for Coats
and Suits. Main Floor.
0o Sal Hepatic
tvo Lambert' Juistertne sae
$1.00 tVllow'a Pyrup Hypofiios-
J 6c N. n. or Nature's Remedy Tab
11.00 Rholold for Kheumatlstu.saa
flu Household tklssors. -ln....
10o Htuart's lspepsia Tableta..B
tto iUrter-s iitti Liver Pills... la
Ua Beet-ham's Pills 1
l6o Mentholatum ....14
0o Pebeco Tooth Paste S4e
lc PompeUn Maxsase Cream...
Ho Woodburys racial Soap. . . .1
t0o DeMars' Bensolu and Almond
r0o Bell Podolaa
I do Rurklln'a Amlra Salve 149
tOo fcamuei's P t'speulea S7o
te Doan Kidney Pills 4o
t0o Formamlnt Tablet 8
to 8 loan's Liniment ISe
It. 00 Klna's Discovery for Crm.
llo Wool Puffs 10
1.( Mary Garden Perfume, per
ti t T)er Klee Perfume. ..tljOO
II 21 Ouerlaln's Jtcky Perfvime. r-r
suae , e
K J! ft.
TlOff SON-BHDEN 6CO.
Spring Wash Fabrics
GOLDEN CHOS3 ORGAN
DIES AND IRISH L1NETTK,
soft sheer fabrics In all the
new shades and patterns for
dresses and waists; 19c and
20c a yard.
HOLLY BATISTE AND
FLAXON TISSUES, pretty
patterns in floral and stripe
effects, fast colors, 15c a ya.
B A T I 6 TE RIPFLETTk
nothing finer for house dress
es and children's wear; col
ors dependable, no Ironing
necessary; In stripes and neat
checks, 15c a yard.
Silk Dresses of
36-inch Colored Messallne,
good weight, 91.00 a yard.
-lnch Light Colored Crep
de Chine. $1.00 a yard.
32-Inch Striped Tub Silk.
85c and S1.00 a yard.
Vtlatt That Cmli Not B Daptu
ctitd for Lett Than
! " 'tUS to Jitf Yard.
Sketched 7 S C '
"We illustrate one of the new
models at this price, made of
fast colored gingham in stripes
and checks of blue, pink, tan
The Thomson -Belden
$1.00 House Dress Is
An Exceptional Value
Basement House Dress Section.
Tens moth abaadeaed yew
father, attracted fey aaoths- soaa.
Tear father' Uf wss rolaea.
weald yoa re throafh 111 eaasUMr
Peath, Vaaapplaeaa ea4 Pespalrf
Today, Last Times He and 10c,
I MATINEE DANSANTt
a to p. m.
New Henshaw Hotel
In tractor and Entertainer
Wednesday and Saturday
I Phone ReawrraUona I. 1216.
The Store for
Indeed a charming sec
tion, devoted to a showing
of the newest, the most au
thentic blouse ideas for the
A few minutes of your
time Saturday will be
pleasantly occupied v if
you'll visit the delightful
store within a store.
- - - We Invite You. - - -
The combination of Georgette
crepe and taffeta is a clever idea
used by Dame Fashion in the
moulding of her Spring styles.
The bright crinkly stiffness of
the taffeta is more than offset by
the soft clinging folds of the
softest Georgettes, billowing into
the full lines of the accepted mode.
These Eye-Appealing Gowns
Are Not Expensiye
The Starting Price is $25
and there is a complete showing
for this price.
Others for $35, $45 and 65
There is no'charge for any al
Apparel Section Second Floor.
Beautiful New Millinery
Exclusive Styles Expressing
the Touch of Springtifne
Dame Fashion says that for
spring the new hats are high and
narrow; that brims assume a
wide range of picturesque irreuru
larlty; that ribbons predominate; '
that flowers are used profusely
to remind one of springtime;
that new colors have appeared
and are applied with charming
These facts are gathered
quickly by the observing visitor
to this group of Hemp, Milan
Hemp, ?::i-n and Llsere Hats,
trimmed wi !i goura, flowers,
ribbons, fruits and foliage that
will gain a host of friends for ns.
Embroideries for Spring
Novelties and staple em
batistes, voiles, Swiss,
cambric and nainsook.
Convent embroideries, rib
bon headings, 6eam head
ings and galloons.
Last Two Time of
And BUI That Have Made
MATTNEE TODAY AT 2:15
Early OnrtaJw TONIGHT, 8:10.
NEXT WEEK JHSKSt,
Ta World's Most Tamos "Osrma"
Th Zmlaeat Xtallaa Oraad Opera Teaer.
DRANDEIS TODAY JS
Tilim, ztJT -ero Torn
Tb XMatlna-alshed Asvsrloaa Oemedieaa
"'StVS"0 Mri. Matt"
jrtkt, Sfto te SLSei Mat- See flM.
Tua Wed-, BCaroh 14-1S. Mattae W4.
DAVID WAR FIELD
Za a Xradary Flax of the
"Van Der Decken"
"omasa nrm enrrzav
i Bally Mata, 15-SBO
UST TIME, Mst TODAY
Aad OeattaaUar la. Tt . Mat-
IT WiHoSTl WrotH ".
Pirae ssewmee week Pays.
Today Pf NEWf Tonltt
2:30 lRUW e:ao
Vertk Brea. Rteek Oa. la
Torplo's ScuoqI of Dancing
Tweaty-els-hth raraara. STew fH
List year nam aea. PHrate leeeeee ear
Una HAJaaTBT 14a
Sketched From Stock.
will be of the greatest
assistance to you in se
lecting your model
from the new
which are just received
EACH STYLE Is an Inter
esting style each has its
own particular points for
the figure It is intended to
serve, and our corsetleres
will select for you the ono
best adapted to your figure.
Yes, and more than this
not only adapted to your fig
ure, but the one that will
fit your figure comfortably
and build out of it a figura
a la mode.
Corset Section Third Floor.
Priced From $7.50 to $18
3iminet7 Section Second Floor.
Swiss and nainsook baby
sets. Dainty yokes of em
dresses, also fine cmbroid
eries for collar and cuff
THE PEI0E0F POWER
Bosoo Ajfeaekl aad Isabel sTormaad
HE DID AND HE DIDN'T
Comlaf anits Barks la MPsrfT.
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