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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY. JUNE 20, 1915. an iKi'KrivHnicN'T nwtfM Che Albuquerque morning journal t-ut.liahrij ty th JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. t. A. MAlTHRRSO.V. W. t. m hi;!. .11 r II 1,. D. M-AI I.IKTPH A. N Mnll'UN m. i. rox Prrli1rnt Hutituaa Kn.r Stmt r.tut ruy IMitor Bdlur Wmlrrn Krirramllla r. J. AMIKKMON, Harqil'll Hilll'llna ( llli.'I'i, III. F.italrra Urem-mlaH, i. 11 I ll K Ml I I IIIAM. SB I k Hum. Nf lurk. Rnlrrrd a .nil f lu matlar at th t. . f ef All-uiurrqur. N. If., udir A . i .'li A I, ! M il ' 'I' TUB NKW I'lMIITIMI Til P! l-niNcl-IKPtlW.ll'AN I'AIITV A I.I. . 1 1 i hi: h i: i ii iiw hp tub I I'AIITT WIISKi 1III.IAIIK. l.arrar rlreulatr. limn say nlhar plr In Meet M!. W oaly MPI In N. r M. . iu-.1 wii day m tin yr, Dally, by 'carrier or mall. MM m"ntn . . . . tts hul.tr-II. or. in th Journal, whin wrtllns In that gaper rhaafril In nw d irM m ul b aura to alva lha old addraaa. "Tlio Mi.rnln Journal ha a htghar clrcu letlon ratine than la acrordjad lu any uthar air In Saw Mrilco." Th Aintrkaa ptewpef IMfaotafP. Till Jul IIS II lakMand prists lily hvmira and thirty aile- la ill rliblRlv Aaaiiruitrd I'rea taateril wlra arnica r.itli wrrb. N-i nlltrr nrwaiuie. pillilialird la M w. ..... i.i inula lluut Ivrrall four llinira uf Aaawlalad I'rraa arnica durlac Ilia ttak. ' mi: inn vtn ikph i i m DIM IM. HrlWfVfr theoretically i oi Ti'i I Mr. Bryan's position may he, he In hop Irssli ..I . in in..' Willi I hf thought i.f li inn Jot it V ill taM liniiiiili 'ii ' 'i h i ii 1 1 in Impractical Thf story has jllll I .illll. ll" III I IlllllPltll, Herein, of ii ii) iwliiiiurv wlm ii 1 1 1 i 1 1 bellevi-d In tin ..i. iiiii.. of nun I islslnri' -, nf ft k . ,,i iiiin .i i. . Hfltli him in hi" hiiiiNi' were hin wife unit another g hi missionary, Tin- mlssl"tiur li.ul K'lml rlfh' fur hunting galll" Ill IlK .llllllllllH l if 1'iiMin. Tin. story came . that Ukf Kinds, those savage Mollummeduli fanatics wlm delight In Hi'1 torture mill murder Of i 'linal luim, warn In l In in . liln. iIk". 'I bo mine, mil riiKliiK. killing. Sunn u liulf tlnr.pn of 111!' in. i rainier appt nnd before till mission mty'l house. Il was In good iiojUllnii In i iinl l liPtn nil. uh many ullu-ra ill'! rhpn manaocd. Hut without llrliiu; a kIkiI Iip nllnw'il lilnim lf lo In. liiiH'h- iii mill iIk' woman to b eafflvd t,n tn W'iipp limn ilt-ulli. uthii mlHalun iirlia, nut "i flriinuly linhiiPd with Ihr- iliui ilni- i.f piuoi'.al Maf tuh'e. klllad tin- Kuntl What ultui knl (In iii, riavpil lhi-lr VOMM 8nl ChlMrtD M4 ari I lii nim lV H llvltiK IiiiIiiV Mr llrvmi tliuls hla funtfMOMtlM rood in tin. prinoWM ttutt it in imt rlKlii In it m- tin- ri'Miniri i m ..I nnluii fin 1 1 n in i ii ;i 1 pin ini'B- fur tin- di MtlnrHiUi nl Ii ii n i it n lift- ill thin in Mln n. Hi- i- umurtily DOf raet, Intha ni. ii. 1. 1 1 1 ii i ika contopiiM im imt nl viiya lii'w'p(.n llii'Kr wlm liplii'v ihpy mi iii:lii ami Ihnap who ii'iillm- thi-y mi. wrntiif. If It w-aro ao (hi" WorM u.iiilil l.i iiimh Kliiipli-r iIiiiii It In ami inniilfpat rlffhl would havp attnlni'il th? vl. I.ii v OVar inniilfpat wrnliK n WBturles Lurk. Tin- IntPimlty uf Mr Bryms'i eonptotla that hi- in lifhl dor ii..! ill thp pnat affpet the piiin- pat pnili-.'ivor of othira who do not think aj hp dona tit all. Th OOlltltOt tiptwei n tWO lii'lli vi il rlKlii" mi i -bMM i in' i-kmi'ii''. of Iriinedy, a'iord- ln to ArivtoU. Tha Brurdaring Kurda hallpvad they wpri- Btvt1l Hi" I'rophit. The re- liaiiiuB hibHu wouM ti-ii Mr. Mna Hint Ik- him no rilit to nap altrh a natural ratMUrca nx I'ultle for food. To net kIouk with this world, to Ini ppoya it a van. rootatrai on intriip' tuai toJeftJMBi iiiil found in Mr. Hi'Vun. In tfttaranoa ha worki-d the uranli-at ! .1.1. harm t" the human roce. Wlial irori ' ia won of rrllnlon, the l . I m . ill i. urn and iBjuatlrea In f Itfilon'a iiiimp, I. nt itu- ronaloentloua rniliiiviii.H ..I ini inlh i BlvlnOffJ limn In ImilOKI' tlli'lf nnllnlls Upon till' Wnl III I Wi. Annul. mm btlitVO In ileuior i ,n v. timl an W Bplii'y In ieui'' Hut wliilc ana ho Bellava, WO alnnild know thai c a mailer ! Lot the gt . Icr , Dart iti the worWi population gooallo not neiiivn wun us. ttimwing nil fact, bow can we believe that Hub atana and rtermariB will think and act in- We d.. I im- paelflsls believe that war 1h iBagkoral, Thel may be rjght, bu tin v . inn. i colli lace any other people except the Chinese Ihnt they ore right. Kind words butter no parsnip and noble aspirations do not alter facts. W"e live In a world that 1 What It is, regardless of what v. Americans may think or believe. Most of that world never heard of in urge Wash ing's farewell address or of Llm-nln's i ;. i v burg si" i . h Mr Bfyag I a little too wis,, to run for presideiil o a p. . lul'ltlon ticket and aapect to gel the Cerman Ami i n an vote. -s MAM llilM I'll "For ns a " a man thtnketh ii his heait. so U he." A n lativelv small part of a m m thinking Is dii" -t-d by his will I i men . an hold themselves '" liv- f ill I.nt a day of sustained etudv. Thmw who can do this or better are mas ters in their line. Three-fourths of huiiiaii thiiiklnK l undlreitad mental muiiolomir, eaally ahlltPd by panalng impieaalom. apparently carried on without effort and arriving n'whprr. Much nf every man a thinkiag la of thla Duality. ('In nl- (InnjKh It may aeam, thb) mental prmeaa In large part makn the i h.u.i. tof. Thp material taken in l.y the two and the ear la being aUb oiated kV mind. Whan a man ai . in- apeaka out "f Ii If menlul lalioial'iiy. Hi- ran I. ring no material nut that haa not been carried In by hin lite nenaae neiirlv all of it l.y tho aenaea of night and nniiml. A BJCltlb l"W form of aiUOto ani mal lire fnatano Itu If to a rock and feeiln on whalevcr tho tirrost bringa. The average man fepila hla mind n much tin- aairiP wa. Hp fnlla into line for current iiinuaementa. Ho reada only current literature. Hp Hn tfliH to what huppenn 0 nmp to him. He HP at 00 but little i-rtort to abut out tha unlit or to put hiinaelf In Hip way of the fit. The reaull in a defe' tlva grade "f human life that rarely pIc ,,iei an. n i ami often degrades it. If a mail would m ike ihe tnonl of hlmaelf and that la manlfaatly tho hupremp purpnae for which he wad put into hi- world- It in worth will la in tin hln dally work lo tha beat of hla ability in the moat favorable pn- lionmcnt. It mO BOO a good deal of dlffprpnco In thp worth of the man for hln day'a ttork whether hla rending hint night Waa ' Hamlet" and "laalah" or "Tha Other Mini' Wife." An ancient teacher of well bal anced mind Have ihm illtecllon to hla dlnclpleh an the t"pl' n to be gfl lei led f,,r d'-llliPtate lliniight "Flaolly, my tirethren, whntnoever thlnga are line whatniuvei' thlnga are honorable, whatsoever tliingn are JI NK i. IIHi'iIJum, whatnoiMi- thlugn me pure, . w li.itni.ever tliingn nre lov ly, w nalno i M r tblngn ale of good report, if there he any virtue and If there be any pralae, think on ilune thlulia." Alan, along with thine Ihinga una may well read 'Hm kleberry Klim" and 'The Jumping- frog." CltmoBcy by fiovptnur Whitman IB thp lam BBBBOO flecker haa to aiivB hlnmpll finni the electric cliuir. fon aafSoribg the efforta made by Whit man, ua dlntrlct altnrney, to He ml Hc kcr in the chair, II la hnnlly like ly Unit Whitman,, an governor, will iiinh. hin own work. Ml MM VI Uoitk. Or. 1 1. n id Hons Hovd, prenldent of the University of New Mellon, haB Junt delivered n notable nddreaa at Hanta fo, taking ua his theme the Words of Kmersnn: "'liopd for one trip only,' in ntninppd upon every ami I tluil rumen into the World." What a man does, depends on what be boa In en thinking about before he in tii. What n man thinks, ilepemln on what he has seen mid hi 1 1 il before lie thinks. What a man dues, deter mines bin Hm ress or failure as an In dividual and us n member of so ciety. T)r. Hoyd baa had long years of preparation for the work he is doing oil im ntlotialh f"t New Mexico. Krom ..ut ti to middle ggc, he haa bmui face to face with the problem of stltituliit fllg the tlimiglil, appealing tn Ihe spiritual mid the Intelb sal u.'i I slfle of peopln who have not been blessed with advantageous environment. He has hud inre training of the ptOVOtiCOl sort to dli-pct might both liln thoughts and his actions. Month by month, the work being done b? Df. Hivd if bettotj Ubdojf nt I and appreciated, iii initially, he in Inning it iiniliistond In every sec tion of New Mexico that there la u mil university here, owned bj the ntate, supported nt a minimum of coat to the taxpayers of the state, for the e. In. , ill. hi nl the youth of the state Month by month, bo i appealing to the hoH and girls of New Moxho to make une of tin- university for- the purpoHe nt oai Ming liberal edin ulion under coftdltlolia of aftiiiency quite the equal of ihe eastern colleges nnd uiiiypraltlps In all nspecta and bet ter In the ltnl matter of giving In i i v nl u.i l attention to tho students. As in bis Suiitn h'e nildrca. Ir. Hovd ia impi'esaing on the parents end the young men and younK i. nun thai they pass through this world I, nt one time, that what is made of themselves must be made here and im". Hint tiny have ihe opportu nity ir they will use It. The appeal is being heeded, Btu Bonts are mining In larger numbers and the scope of the work for them la broadenlng. Hr. B"d is putting In his I line u II, and lie Is inducing others g' t nil they can our of their one- trip gaVBMge through life. Women of Kngbind are ready to lake the places of the unn and man Ufaetur ammunition for the British MtfUi is, but the men won't do the Work themselves 1" do it. .1 allow the women l ill WATER ritom I M. c puMlgp elsewhere on this page a ooinmiinlcniion which touches one Oi lite Mini del'cils in illy ownership of the water plant that of man agement. Alhiuiueniue Is getting along very well, I n gi ll because politics lillds few' spoils of office to be fought for in iln muiiliipal administration. It pull ins lould be belter eliminated i' would be far better for the city. Those who advocate municipal iiwiierahip of the water, have taken little thought of what it would mean In turn the plant over to the politi cians as one nf the spoils to be fought for. Work on the streets of Albimuer ii" ...si the city last year something like $U. 000 possibly a little more, poaaildy a little leas. What has the r " t r i v : w - --.rw nusiint''. 0 eliy tO show for if Homethlng, of course, bill not much. Municipal OWMOrSblB uniiaflv spells Inefficiency, ll Is one of the beautiful theoiien of an ideal ronditlon never attained In priK ti. e. I'nnallv muni, i pal ownership means scmnlul, hagttec taxes, Jobs for the Inefficient, poor m rvire. That la whin It would mean Why Purchase Lower California? It U Uryed That We Mimiu jWs Help nkxico and Benefit Ourselves; Magdalena By and the Monroe Doctriflej SiMitliut't W ants "a Wimlnw tn the Sea." Raymond G, Fuller in I'hihiilclphia Evenbtg Ledger.) Lower t'allfiirnia, lytng off the beaten track of the tourist, Is boat known by Its relation to the in. I infre 1 1 1 1 . - n 1 .lapnnese-Amerli mi war ni'c- nnrca. M.igdnlena bay and Turtle bay are familiar names to everybody who reads Urn news. They have often I sounded in the halls "i congress. I n j a speech on the arbitral Ion ' (rut Tea, 0Mator LodgO Bald this; "Suppose Home ureal eastern power nil. iiil.l directly or indirectly lake nOO-1 session of a harbor on the west coast of Mexico fur the purpose of making I ll ii iciv.il I . . I i.i., ..ml ii iilin... . .1' ui ii v Iain using nimnglnatloii In iuggest-1 lug such a rage, it la not very long ! nlnce an IndlrOci movemeni wan be-1 gnu. iinl il is apparently mill on foul, to obtain pnoosssion for a foreign power ..I M mil. ill ua bay, so 1 may iulrh suppose ihnt such a case may arise. If ll did we should iinme-lat dlatelv intervene We should dc lar. that this was a violation of OUT con-i slant policy known as the Monroe Doctrine. The nation seeking tin-1 not even for this purpose. All ciim ntutinn on the con -i of Mexico would I munlcatlon between the Mexican then nu, 'Von well, let us lake this j mainland mid Lower California is hy to arbitration.' We could not help j boat, and there is so very little com-uui'si-hes. (or under the terms of the i inimical Inn Hmt the territory has been treatj i 1 1 1 1 i pal ly lo a dispute can bring the other before the high com mission of iiiiiin, and the Monroe doctrine i.niild then be submitted ! to lliein l. us as a bar lo the arid liability oi the question." Now. if enl) Lower California w.10 owned by the Doited States, bow dif tereal th situation would be! No further prog POC I "I any such evelil iinlllv as that which Senator Lodge so seiionsli discusses. No more Magda li'iin bay Incidents of the kind that breed or fosler war .scares. And What a relief! Tin- None) Would ( nine in Handy. The traxiefer of title would doubt less prove of consiib rable advantage to tins country and If some man or group of men should appear in Mex ican affaire whom our government might feel dlgpogod to aid In th i"1 tuhlishincht of pvai o and order Ihe pur chase prl -e of the territory would Li ft literally material conti'ibuti .n to ward that i ml. Mexico lias not been I served In Lower Cahlornia. The ter- i iiory remains practically undevel- oped. M. Men s need is for tin ib vel iHVll 'iil of pence and prosperity In the rest of the country. The pi ip motion that the I'nited Stales should acquire Lower l alir f urn in is ii.d new , except us the cir cumttani s are new From Ihe begin ning of file Mexican war up to the present time the annexation of tin- pe ninsula has been periodically agitat ed. Twice Lower California was Ul Ihe possession of Americans and twice 11 was given back to Mexico. Much af the advantage from an nexation would fgcerUO tOtho people llf three southwestern stales New Mexi ico. ArUona and California. What they think about it in that region was ex pressed a few years ago by a Califor nia writer as follows: "When our Witr With Mexico i In-, d in the forties with the treatj of QuMalupa HulaU;;;. and we acquired the states of Culifotnla. goithern Arizoua. Colorado, L?tah and Nevada, and confirmed our possession of Texas, i Ur peace commissioners al lowed iln-nisclves to be outgeneraled diplomatically In .several important parti, ulura. Our expansion stopped just nt the point where, after huvltux gone so far, it should have gone farther The cardinal error of the commissioners and the l'olk adminis tration Was t lie faillll e In appreciate the gnat importance of access tn the eea. They overlooked American ac cess to and rights of navigation upon Hie liulf of California, the arm of the 1'aclflc that extends up the Mexican oast between the Mexican state f. "PEACE HATH ITS VICTORIES" .jr. In Albuiiieriiii., sooner or later cer Inln to be mui'h sooner than the peo ple would relish. Charles J. Honaparte says the Way Ip end a light Is to knock the other fellow down. Hut BUPPOOO he haa u gWOrd mid yOU BbVVO only your bare hands: Sonorn and the Mexican Territory of i Kower CallfOrfltB, (fad our statesmen' finesecn ihe fiiiiire greatness of the territory they were acquiring, they lid not h.'ve made .siuii a mistake. .As it wan they consented to an inter- I national boundary line that ruts off soul hcnstei n Culifornia and , Arlional from water traffic completely as, I hough they w ere located ii thousand miles inland, notwithstanding thai Ihe I hOgBWBters of ihe liulf of California I are within less than fifty miles of their boundary. ' III 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 w ..I i I - ii I vl I n r 1 I i li nl 111.. OOUthWOatt wants a window on ihe wa." If the United States slionld make some uranKemOBI for the acquisition of Lower California the northwest corner of Solium should be acquired at the same time. This nan i.w strip the head nf the gulf was ret a I tied I by Mexlc. tn afford an overland route to 'he peninsiila. Mexico, how- ever, haa made absolutely no use of it almost completely forgotten in Mexb i'Iiv. The 50,000 people who com prise tin tnlal population of Hie 00- nlnstila do not figure in Mexican rev olutions, so complete Is their isolation from Mexican affalfg, The business of concessions bus thriven only mod erafeli line, i',,r tin- reason that Lower California needs all-round de velopment, such ,,s Mexico . annul give il and such as the I'nited States can give It. before it can become im mensely profitable to special enter prises. With Lower California and Ihe northwestern corner nf Bonori in I American onir..! ihe miracles of the ! American southwest would be repeat- j ed by the same methods, principally Irrigation i nd the development of wa terways. By the. expenditure of lOMM labor anil in. on l. i h. federal government, Sun Jorge ba. mar the head of the gulf, could be made an Important I American port A railroad thence , from the Southern Pacific would give direct and eagy access to tidewater. The Colorado river With some "im- jiron menta." i OUld bf made navigable to large boats all the way to Yiinia. We ihould have, m case of the pro posed pin i base, ports of commerce r. 0 ii miles nearer the mouth of the Panama anal than any we now pos sess. Miigilaleuii bay. the best harbor on lb. Pacific Coast south of Californ ia, is i losei to the canal V' Hiis dis lunce than San IMego, the first Amer ican port on the I'acific reached by vessels nmning through the canal, and San .lose del Capo, M the southern tip of the peninsula, is 3Q.il miles nearer. Mexb ii would benefit commercially from the presence of American ports of entry on the gulf. To return to the subject of war, the ownership of Mag dab Ba bay, a beautiful landlo. ked harbor fifteen miles across, would of fer naval and military advantages which are obvious You have heard of the great Im perial valley of California. A few its ago ii whs an arid wilderness. Now il is "in of the garden spot of 'mtmWi """" " the grorid. An ilaborate system nfjfeeaiona American soldiers who also, dams anil intakes was constructed, have bad an opportunity to see them ami though owned and used by Amer- Jin action. The relation between thei ns living in the I'nited States it is neci-ssiil li . .net . n Mi n an sml it Is the subject to Mexican law, and the protection that Mexican law af fords is mat much. Rut there are oth er Imperial vallevs awaiting develop ment in norlhivostern Soiiora mid Lower C ilifm ni.i. Th. is ..ia- new southwest 1 be or not to ua. mmvtV' W p km Applicant No. , to City Water Plant BdltOf Of Journal: Now that it appears certain that Off. 'will have municipal nwiiership ofnur local water supply, I wish lo upply tor the position of superintendent, or I manager for the city. I feel that I am ihe right man for the position. t am .'iS years old. I have made a successful failure of i every business enterprise of my own, i unit 1 have also "worked'' one or two corporations in a very effective man ner indeed This leads me lo believ that I can administer the un.ni- of the city In 0 most becoming; style. 1 have affiliated with every political ! party since the days of Horace Gree ley, and have been defeated for about ey el , oil ic n man . mild be nominal ed lor from tiflftO to time. I With g splendid record like this, fitting rgo especially for a political po sition, 1 trust you will fuvor me with .your hearty support. Yours very truly, IPPUCANT NO, 1. Albuquerque, June It), It IB. MUSCOVITE ARMY PULLED GERMANS BACK FROM CAPITAL 1 1 ..in a 1 1 mm Pine One.) office regulated paraphernalia, but hy is more comfnrta hie. If the bayonet is the liiisslau inl'a nt rvtnati'e chief re liance, the entrenching tool is his best friend. I have seen a regiment m Open Order of attack cut a hole for r '?""" "" ''notigh to protect the body from 01 re'' ""' 111 " BPac llf five niln- ms, When H comes to entrenching i ROthing cm he compared to the lius- ! si.-m regiment excepting the Roman legions of old. The Russian soldier i is a laborine' man, accustomed to working in the earth and IWtgt One niuiit will put him safe underground, i with a roof to stop the fragments of shells buret intl overhead. lu Hie ( in-pat hiaiis. In the Carpathians 1 came 10 a po- j sition which had ben occupied only forty eight hours before. Along the whole front was u kneeling trench, with perfect head cover and loop boles for every two feOt. At the back iif the trench was an opening about I two feet high, so that the troops could ! swarm out quickly to meet an attack, j When I was on the western front ! with the Knglish I saw no such head envoi ing. 'I'll, front sideatif the trench I was frequently excavated and shored up wuh wood t" turntah protection i 1 1 "in shell and weather. An occasional j loophole was pionded fqr watchim? and sniping, but rifle fire was lnvarl-j amy directed over particularly about the top. I Hfcketl coveted trencheel under which the lire could be main-; tallied, and was told that the Knglish did not believe such fire could hej heavy enough "I could be well enough j directed. The conditional of war In the twoj theaters differ. There is an abund ance of natural cover in Poland and tlaliiia to conceiil the more visible i type of trenches employed there. There is more and heavier artillery on the western front, and high ex-1 plosive shells are more frequently! used, therefore it is more desirable to construct narrow open topped trendies, which are harder to seel than the wider cover type. Another and perhaps more con trolling reason is that the Knglish1 soldier puts ii greater reliance on the' bullet and the Russian asks nothing! better than to get to work with thei bayonet. I'atriaii bill Relation. The question will be raised as to the Intelligence of the Russian sol- j li- r. This I have no means of jiulg-, ing. as I do not speak his language. ' Tha Russian regimental officers are very good, and upon this point 1 have n,,i n ,, ,,i)inun but those of pro- officers and men are patriarchal. RllBalgn officers take great satisfac-1 lion in this. Not one but many ofi them have said to me that they get as BOOd discipline as the Prussians j without resorting to the brutal j method which were a public scandal! throughout Uerinany at the. outbreak I of the war. (lenernl Count Robinskij Was cniisMonal In telling of an ex-1 I perlence one night in Manchuria dnr-: nig the last war. II" had laid down j on the ground uncovered and awoke ! the following morning with a sol- j Idler's coat around him. The owner did not come for it, no tne general ox lOWor rank left it wlih the regiment al commander, who located the own Of at the t'me of Inspection. The Russian regimental kitchen Is J th- model copied by all other armies. It consists of an enormous soup boil-i M on two wheels and of a hot water boiler f"r Ihe milking oi lea, also on j Wheels. Three advantages of this. method of cooking are lmmeuiaiei.v i ippnrent Imps can be fed on the march, after the march supper is nerved tO them without their having the further effort of cooking then meals, and hot soup can often be; i...,,ow im nn vL'tieis to th" ui tual ' ... -. . a- " .' firing line or to places In its immedi ate proximity. In the mountains lhe.i i kitchen cannot always follow the troops, and there an excellent canned stew is substituted. Where the sol-j Idlers are for any length of time In a secure position the kitchen Is given a rest, and the men cook their own ; food, The food is not as good." ex plained I staff officer, "but the cook tag relieves the tedium of life In the ( j trenches." These field kitchens are kept at a high slate of cleanliness and efficien cy ana are connlantly inspected. One day when I waa at Ihe front the in- i apector u.neral tried a sample from vary pot Of g regiment. Since a Hun- j aian regiment consists of t.noo men,, nnd every company has its individual kitchen, the general had plenty of; i iw.nl WW I We will have to adopt the traveling kitchen to our army. It Is beautifully suited to coffee and beans, but iusi how to fry bacon and tluplacks fast, enough I am at a loss lo say. ' The Russian nrmy has the staff principle developed in great detail There Is a great general staff, the , staffs of commanders of groups of: armies, staffs of army commanders. corps commanders, division comman ers. and a regimental staff. I have visited all of these except the staff j nf commanders Of army m-oups. Fa ery where I saw evidence of a hiah etate Of military education. I could perceive also that Information of the military situation was interchanged' among the smaller and larger hend- quarters In such ii way that no ca-, tnstrophe or Interruption of commun- Ikntinii- would leave a unn parnu aaju. i.crmaii Superior! I Offset, It Is Just this extraordinary ability i to maneuver in action that has offset the liernians' superiority of ruilway; facilities. This and probably I superl -j petty "f division and corps command j ers because of the experience gained, land selections made possible by thei Japajioao war. s.i much for detail. There are two: I liirg. generalities which overshadow I them all. The first is that war found tin lliiHsian army m course oi leor BnilllOlInn the reorganization bae been continuing through the war. The. lr.auiu nf l.utltrt ul'o ensile refilled llV ! the enormous population; the utniv Is getting iietter as tne war gaaac on, .Secondly, the war is enormously pop-J lar. Kye witnesses have described the exiraordinary scenes which marked' its outbreak, I have seen the calm. ', determined attitude of the soldier in the ranks. The most severe actions Of the yvar have been along this front, the losses on both sides have far ex- 1 ceded those nf any war in history, and yet Russia, in the words of our; greatest sea lighter, who was also an . admiral in the Russian navy, "has : not begun to fight." No matter what you want It will nve you time and money if you use the Journal's want columns. There's time for both THERE'S A TIME KOR WORK AD A TIME FOR I'LAY W hen Von Cook on One of Our Modern Gas Ranges Let us show you how you can take a vacation from kitchen drudgery hy using; one of our latest model Gas Ranges. Its many improvements mean quicker, easier and better cooking; and more time to enjoy vacation pleasures. We've a "Range" for every kitchen, Step in and pick out one for yours. 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