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important command find refuted to rfifwrd social and
political Influence as a qualification for army posts.
It is current In Russia that oneo, angered beyond on
durance by reports of plots at court, the Grand Duke went
to Potrogrnd -unexpectedly, strode Into the osar's sanctum
fianotorum and toword over him with all the lmpreeslve
noss of his six-feet-six, whereupon some such conversa
tion as this ensiled:
Grand Duke: "I hear that tho tcliomere. havn narauad-
ad you to doprive me of my command. Let me tell you
that I know tho Russian people, and if you do it, there
will be a revolution In Itueala."
Czar: "But Who will lead It?"
Grando Duke: "I will."
Tho yarn may not be true, but It reflects the popular
estlmato of the Grand Duke and hit cousin the Caar.
That the llttlo, medlocro, well-meaning Caar can really
ako the Grand Duke's place is unthinkable. He may
rrate grandiloquently of "taking supreme command of
ho actlvo forces and sharing with the army Hie fatigue
af war and safeguarding with it the Russian soil from
he attempts of the enemy"; hut if there Is going to be
any real military commanding done, It is plain that some
body besides the caar will have to do It. I
It may bo that Ctar Nicholas has a military genius
"up his sleeve", some one capable of handling the array
effectively In the Czar's name, if no such efficient gen
eral It put forward, If the Csar himself actually takes
ejwrge of the army, It may be the beginning of the end
pf the House of Romanoff, or at least of the present
Osar's branch of It.
Suppose the Csar trios It and suffers. M10 same sort of
ret arses the Grand Duke hat suffered, or muddle things
0 as to make his Incapacity plain to everybody. Sup-
EUROPEAN WAR HAS
PROVED A TONIC TO
Denartmp.nt nr finmrnorno kenne
Official Statement on Benefits
Which This Couniry win Reap
WASHINGTON. Sept; 11. How
every phase of American industry has
been benefited by the world war w
Outlined In an official statement today
Uy the Department of Commarffa fore.
easting the effect of the con (Met on
me Huutstnai future of the count!?.
"The blow In the fans wt'val hv
American industries through eontll
Uone brought about by the Buroposm
war has acted a tnnii i fmui
the nation to Creata mw hranchaa anil
enlarge the scope of great natural re
sources 01 the United States, and re
duced manufacturers and medium
to expend their markets into foreign
fields with prospects of permanent re
sults." says the statement
"American ingenuity has been ap
plied with success to the making of
articles prevously imported, ami
spong those who have shown- con
spicuous ability in meeting the situa
tion, an Important place Is given to
Thomas A. Edison, 'America's scienti
fic wisard', who has had a great part
U the enterprise and initiative
auired to build, at a moment's notice,
some of the new , American maufac
tures required by he emergency.
"A review of the chief Industries
mlnisterina nartlrulnl tn k. tn
browing, and the army is ready to turn to .the giant el of the belligerents across
Wednesday, September 15, 1915.
x WAR BLINDNESS.
War la the great distorter of Judgment. Nothing elp
makes nations to incapable of estimating each ether cor
rectly, or so little disposed to do each other Justice.
Even -though calmer than any of the belligerents, our
own natwn has shown grtat aberrations. Those of us!
who sympathize with tn
tondeney to belittle Germany and all things German, fvse 0Mtld Duk-e N'cholas wins some striking victories
rfiiJ . - , ... . 1 1 . . . . - I inaimtf iUa- Ttlrl.. Tin... I J 1 1 1 1 .
1 aymiwimie witir uermuny nave been still
more ctratemetuooa of thinata iirttiai, n i
itr whtoi in the ftussosJananese war. had nothin h.. 6nnd nuke a'"l "e him dictator or Csar? I U"?.".C 1,ow hat "al
1 nirng will tut a varv jaatartei .Hiui..
in any event, the Czar's action Is one of the big events to the manufacture m.m f ,1,-
Of the war. It may presage the turning of the tide and United States. Port of this plant will
condemnation for Russia, now finds that country an ob-'
ject of admiration. (
The Europeans, of course, have gone much further than
we In their loss of perspective. Even the soholars of the
tielllgerent countries, whose culture should raise them
above petty race prejudices, seem- as weak as their Ig
norant compatriots. It has become the fashion for writ
em to 'belittle great men, when It is those men's mis
fortune to' belong to nations with whom the writers are
now at war. Thus.. b'Anmitisio, the literary genius ot
Italy! is described by the Germans a a "monkey". An
Oxford professor soberly aimoances thai Heine the great
y Gorman lyric poet, was "only a milk-and-water Longfel
' , -. low", and that whatever was meritorious in the phltwo-
1'her Katrt wak M to Ma being -more than half Scotch!"
An English scientific writer describes the discovery ol
V"'n,y8I. j" "oen!n as , j'fcrtunat acejdent",
ajp belltties German naturaj science. 'Another condemns
Gtoehe one of the great world figures In literature, be
cause of his "deliberate and colossal self-development."
Another Englishman finds that the Germans have had
no musicians of importance except Bach aqd Mosart
and that "the Germans are now surpassed In music by
other nations". '
The Germans turn culture values upside down with the
i me enthusiasm. .They see in the English people merely I
what Treitschke saw "shallow utilitarians, narrow and
sf Iflsh islanders, hypocrites with the Illble in one hand
;md a pipe of opium in the other". They are as sure
a were the ancient Greeks that all the rest of mankind
ne "barbarians". Even for the French, their teachers In
40 many elements of science and culture, they profess
little regard, and for the Italians only contempt.
lit military matters the belligerents show the same
mutual scorn, although as the. New York Evening Post
pointed out the other day, "The French must realize they
are using German drill tactics, and the Germans that
their wireless is Italian their dreadnought Hngllsh,
their aeroplanes, automobiles and submarines perfected
chiefly by the French."
It'a a craty world. Sooner or later, however, It wlU
.return to Its normal sanity and then maybe the various
nf tious now engager in a blind campaign of mutual do
rtc)tl$ woVt ft as quite so wteb for having kept
our htftffs Utile ueuer than they did.
, , THE CZAR AND HIS ARMY.
"j'1 Cur Nicholas bug takea twrsoual charge
of H the Audi- feap bf Mnd and tea, there is a
natural curiosity as to wrbat he's going to do with the.
The Grand Duke Ktoaolas, who ha been deposed at
coamjander-ia-chiei, aud Jias been disgraced by being sent
to opmmand the onimportafit army operating against the
Tuis Jn the Caucasus region, has been regarded as the
atrotag Wn of Ruasla. ,The arniy aas Idolised him and
. the nation has had songdence In him.
It has ttees) felt generally, in Russia, and eiMwhore,
that the OifjBd Puke Is not reaponaibm for Use groat
miliar fTe of the last Jew uasats. Oferatiug wuH
IsnoMat soKslers and Incapable offtCert, gttl Mlahr wltk
Imr4lt ay mctn at an. with a aborta bf j
beginrtlwa; of a guccessftll Itusslan defensive, and the' ,mP,'r anticipatory of the nomial
aartv mmnfinn , , ' , I Wth of the country's mechanical
earl resumption of a strong offensive; but this swap- equipment; part must lie idle in time
'tag Of horses In mtd-etream looks ominous. It may of peace, but it a distinct asset In the
drtend revolution. And that, while It might eventually1?!101"1 preprtlon for n adequate
a a thi. -... ' . 1 defense against attack; the remainder
e a good thing for Russia, would be an Immense calam- furnishes at onoe products needed in
Ur for Rrissla't aUle. j the healthy expansion oi the chemical
industry of the country.
"Lass conspicuous and spectacular,
but of far greater permanent value,
it the Impulse given to the manufac-
ald a sneaker at tho cnnvnMn nr 11,. n-i.ii- iii.w!tore on American soil.' with American
Vasociatlon In New York. "W,,y UMd, it prevent. SS
.K..,..,o.D u uuiiu, mjiiUia 10 cure it. Tnousands of mnsign sain anu enterprise. In a
"Printers' Ink alio ti Id be included In the pbarmacopia,
fete fa to retreat. Eve to thai crisis he sat pre
aeruee) a lines mUct. avoldad a crushing dteaster and
proe4 utataoll one of the greatest maetera of taetieaj
retreat, history. Hs failure is probably due chiefly to
& . corrupt pareagcraMe ring at Patrograd, which le
sponsible UM hp lor the shortage of munitions.
mm.$,mtt bitter enemies by his high
mbles are saved every year by 'its edueatlaiui forc if more or IeM uncomfortable way, we
'a the nnlr nnlvarui , ti. haTe amounts of the crude material
t the onl unherwi agency for the treatment of dlh- of our farmB toTeaih and mlneg 3 m
nses in the comrounlty at large. You vnqcin, the in- ' utiles across the ocean, and buyin
tlvlduHl In the elAjoom; you must treat the' community k beck ln manufactured form, at a
'.hrtugh the newspapers." 1v1"tl; enchanced Prlcf- W
11 . likewise come to recognise the absurd
He wanted to know whether there is any good reason ity of allowing many natural products
vby a city or State should not advertise its health work ot tne trPlcB- of South Amreica, of
nd nav for it . .. ... , . , th r Bast, to find their way to
hd pay for It, Just a. merchandise U advertised. Eutope ,nd of paymg forelftl fnUlli.
Of course ,he admitted, "sooa as you begin to use gence and skill to transform them m-
rlnt for ariy public or educational purpose, your oppon-'toMrt,c,e8 of dally need m our 1,ve8-
nts will dub you an 'agitator.. But it's a good thin, to '7ZZZ
iO. Every advertiser Is an aaltator. whether ha ajrltatnai and aanoral mlvrnrli. h.u.
mwiL iiuiiu in mror ui meaiea, or puoijc aeaitb
Don't let the term bother von. It's reallv a mmniimo,,.
Ilea printers' Ink In large ifuantlties, and don't be afraid of ware
to pay for It."
No laVman will question the sound sense of this ad
viae. One of the chief reasons wbv nMnktml hu hon u
MEiMiNG With tH macHiNreV. . t
rallied to meet wide-spread demands
and establish on our own sold the
permanent manufacture of a number
some of minor, others of
major importance. The return of
peace wilt see fhem, well rooted and
able to withstand foreign corapettlirn.
"TVlA TllirAnn ext Wnrolcn a n 4 Hnm.
Oog in bringing curable or preventive diseases under Uc Commerce points to the course of
The medical arti ZV " 'Z i7 'r72'" "1
" v. mi 1 (nil? jui mj( im 1 1 IJTI1
sdhtrol has been the lack of publicity.
'las always been treated as a mystery.
, "'-i iBjaiory. aren wiia lis uermany ana tne supply of potash
present admirable development it is still hampered bylfrom th same source, with. the re
he well-mount secrecy Imposed by "professional eU.lc8'f""'t,emendofu-11mpu'w IWB,to
, . . , tBe expansion of domestic manufac-
The trond, however, is more and more toward frank ,ture. It also calls attention to the
Utd full' communication of all the useful knowlaAaa ruuJfact that, side by side with the in-
tessed by the doctors and comprehensible by the general ' f Paction of artificial color,
,rti. . u , I h eome tlle realiaattou by dyers ol
iiuuwi.. nut inuvu miJiu niigiii. oe none., abu it la haru
to Imagine any more valuable or legitimate public service
.han might be rendered by public authorities, in co-
3Peration With the medical tirOfeaalAn. nuhliahin.. ,.11-hU
. . j )iwb ,ov vmi ur cuiunt can nv rr.'i-
'lealth Information aa a matter of nuhila imitm a if ployed, the endlesB diversity of ttnti.
nfedessary, at public eineuM. (ud radlly secured by their
ar, mv 1 ra we nraoera genenMlou
of dyers to disregard, m great mea
sure, those time-honored vegetable
dyes, for centuries the only available
source ot color, which still give their
charm and value to the choice prod
ucts of Oriental looms. The prsen
'dyestuti famine' has brought them
again into prominence. Not so east
ly applied to the aniline dyes, ilicy
still have their especial merits. As
a result the American works engaged
in the preparation of extracts from
the yellow oak of the Allegbanies,
from the logwood of Jamaica, from
the redwood of Drasll, from the cuteh
of India, are providing ln enormous
amounts tho substitutes of the more
brilliant, but often mom fugitive hues
if the coal-tar product.
"In the future, natural dyestuffs
will occupy a more important posi
tion In the textile world, and a more
ample recognition will be accorded to
the highly perfected process ot recent
years, ensuing their fastness upon the
animal and vegetable fibres. At the
same time, we can look forward with
confidence to the evolution of a genu
ine American coal-tar color industry.
"Of the domestic potash supply It
iu Stated that Ihiko amounts of the
textiles that the possibilities of th?
natural dyestuffs have been sadly ne
gleeted during the past fe wdOcades.
"The facility and exactneas with
wlrteb the coal tar colors can be em
PENS FOR WOMEN.
dertrj.tde .V.'iajton, the novelist, declares that writing
la a woman' .Joli.
"Mgn,'.' she eays, "ought to do things, not write about
-hem. When a man doea nothing but write, his bands
3t soft and hit character, too. He might aa well be
Hubert MhiIs Stevenaon used to with he bad the
strength to do the adventurous things be mads his fic
tion heroes da, but it certainly pover occurred to him
that in writing "Treasure Island" and "Kidnapped" he
rVM doing a woman's work.
la It, really true that It's more manly to do big deeds
t$fy to atrpate characters who do them? If so, a hero
li real llfp hi greater titan the Creator Htutaeir.
Uti Btelsf asssVsassts 11 In si aa.l..s - iu ... t, i
r"PUfft, ,pu w-iuu IV.VM, sajgfMHPt pj-sf uflbffpuV IFl 00i I j r a waapww 4asMaauva.
xdijjl0imtlbte in resoiirceg, Qtud im WtchQHt JpiH ,B ml nt anyhow t usually owe most of ttaslr
a a.twaw ... . lllslmtlaiM tsi Wl-HArsi Hnas rtr .nn,larn AM
1 w w V aa. 'UV tan j lUUUfl u 111 sail ui wuiuctii
fuw mat nomer waa (jigger and braver than all his
fH)a.n heroes put together? Aeneas was "some hero",
roebrdlng to the Itoman Legend. But It ever there was
HA Apneas In real life, he did far less for Home and the
vorld than the mild and scholarly Virgil who sang about
compute ai engaged m n, cam.
algn. Hot only the tuexhauttlble sup
plies in the waters of the Pacific, but
also the remarkable denaaiea tn tn
waters about Searles Lake in Califor
nia, and the valuable alunlte of Utah
are being repldly transformed Into
standard, commercial grades. A year
or two hence we may be abie to fer
tilize our broad acres with American
potash exclusively, while another year
or two maPgW lis Me free 3atunri-
ence upon dyes of foreign make.
The Bureau advices the buainesa
men of the.United States that the pre
sent time is ODDOrtune for them to
study the Lstln American markets, to
get in touch with the people of the
countries, and thus to open the way
for extensive business operations. In
Other countries also there are nnnro-
cedented opportunities for the exten
sion pf foreign trade, and with the in
dications that we are entering upon
a period aa a creditor nation, we are
in a position, as never before, to in
vest our capital in industries and de
velopments In foreign countries.
"It doe not believes that the cost
of production ln the warring countries
of Burope will be lowered as a result
of the war, or that there will be dan
ger from that source to the holding
of new markets already gained. Ex
perience has shown that H is apt to
be higher instead of lower after tho
close of the war, with higher interest
rates, higher wages, and higher prices
In the warring countries. Surveying
the whole field. It may be said that the
world's conflict hao been of unmea
sured value to American Industry as
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v.ellare of its depositors and desires to co-operate with
tnem by making the service prompt, efficient and satis,
Accounts subject to check are Invited.
O O 0 v
A BATCH OF SMILES
Mother Johuny, stop using such
Johnny wall, mother, gbhkespeaie
Mother Then don't play with him,
he's no fit companion for you. 1
A Qermaa shoemaker left the gas;
turned on tn hi. ihntl mm nlvht and
upon arriving in the morning struck I
a matcn to light It. There was a'
terrific explosion and the shoemaker
wm uiuwu uui wiruuKit me uoor, al
most to the middle of the street.
A policeman rushed to his assist
ance, and aftar halnlnz him tn hiIsp
inquired If hu was injured. The Teut
on gaseu into nis place ot business,
which Was how burning quite briskly.
"No. I eitVt hurt. But I got out
shust ln ttas, eh?"
haul to account lor, while the saiua amount paid by Gfieolc aoooflta
for it.elt, as the check Is returned. , ' ' '
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Main Street. Blsbee, Arizona.
Will E. McKee, President. C. A. McDonald, Cashle'r.
O. W. Wolf, Assistant Cashier.
Tka Imartaam. vminv mtnl.tav
ways stationed himself at the church I
door after the service in order to greet
his parishioners a they Hied out. j
One Sabbath morning along came
a raw Swedish maid, a stranger, so,'
with his bsual cordiality, the minister
grasped her hand and said
191 is a "dfWd". anyutuv IaaU a jhan who writoa t'olnpol"1,1,, ot ,,,U elenul ttr li "' mtmeW tf ws you here
lax ft, a .",.. anyntt.g wbo.v.rltoB e vt ii. ptrtp iloating tma1 iMug. '. WU1 you hot tejr urn
t. . . . . . . . - . ..
RlVlIlVai. MR nu rrnaismn 1 Ma atmtMsslsT gMT1 nc r .Uf" . , mar.-f MiqH a? MW . " A uvu . . I i ..a. l - a.i 1 . . .
ebiamrm wUh Am Mte. mfcM fiM.nii,,A Jijmmmt nQVJ,r 'polin "doiBk omHUitkif1 JtWt d much Ion the waves of the Pacific. cIoha to I vnur Mini aMfl aftrcn.. an thnt I m.vv
iBjmlstered to privates. 'But' while the slmnle peasants rte tUe mM who builds a bridge or digs a canal or cap ! We western littoral of the country, call on yoU soon?" 1
, , . . I .. . thrt ea(h ear the wters of the I'a-1 The maid looked him cooly in the
W 4and him for his' rerjr severity, the aristocrats jrM a 'onreu. ;(.1H(. at arp produ)n(( a trop lnieye tt(li Wirt,craWn, h(.r haniii ,e.
'iiltOtL mor aad more rebSlMosjt. Germany and Austria are vflfgfiY Utoi''r and hl' P'tash salw posseswing a nor j plied.
'I tsabemamy cabal. aaalMt Uul CfkssUl Duke Uncle Sam is a famous IbuarfarJud .tilt ilk Smt u. J "ml valr ' ",OT 9"" ' thank you nnit I mo, , sKmIv
. '1 " 1 r-v. - . aH. t i-ai ii aw. uii'ie lor iinc mi awn- re la a icatn lie come 1
m eoun circles, ever smr n swept neniBteula trom ben li.uuiuii tedi.e to bt miiuc t
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