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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12. 1916.
SUCCESSOR TO ' GARRISON TO BE ; SELECTED SOON Antoinette Donnelly's Talks to Women on Beauty Topics A President Goes on Cruise Down Potomac to Ponder Over Who'll .Be Nominated to War Portfolio, i (y MO. NINO JOURNAL SPECIAL LtASEO WINS Washington, Fob. 11. President ' Wilson loft Washington tonight with Mr-'. Wilson for a week-end -rvuist- j ,i,,wn tho Potomac rivor and Chcsa-1 ic;J,e bay on tho naval yacht May llnwer, during which ho will consider ! the selection of ;i successor to Bindley (inn isini as secretary of war. Ho; ,.vpc is tit return late Sunday ii'.kIh i ,,i ral ly Monday morning. It was slid tonight hy the presi i. jii's advisers that ho wanted tr i ivaeli a decision as quickly as pnssi-j hi,, and that hi' probably would he.'' ready to send tho nomination to the : senate early next week. An assistant ! succeed llenry HrecKen-' likelihood will not bo the new secretary is eon-' secretary to liilge ill all named until imlted. Many Names Suggested. Secretary l.aue, of the interior; Sec retary Houston, of agriculture, and .'rank B. Polk, counsellor of the state department, are understood to he un der serious consideration, and the names of twenty or more other men Iimo been suggested to tho president. These Include former Coventor Mar moii, of Ohio; Col. K. M. House, for mer (iovernor Walsh, of .Massachu setts: former Mayor Maker, of Clove, land; .Senator Stone, of Missouri; Sen ator Chamberlain, chairman of tho senate military committee; Reprcsent ullve Hay, chairman of tho house mili tary committer, and several other members of congress. The president is said to be desirous af naming a man already In touch Willi tho military situation, who could , take up immediately the direction of tho war department where Mr. Carrl sun left off. It If intimated by his friends, however, that he may select same one no' yet mentioned publicly in connection with the position. Consider 4 Men Mentlonotl. The president spent several hours today In going over tho qualifications nf virions men suggested. A cat inot nicotinic was held, but Mr. Wilson did not seek advice on the subject there. Tunli lH ho attended a dinner given in his honor by Postmaster Ooiural Bur lesoii, and immediately afterwards hoarded tho Mayflower. Former Assistant Secretary Brcck rnridge was at the war department for a short time today and later li ft with his wife an indefinite stay at Jamestown Island, Va. His friends i expect him to return to his home in I Lexington, Ky., to resume the practice1 of law. It was said ho might idonti-j fy himself for a time with tho cam paign for national defense, I ('. t'. Waybrecht, or Alliance, O., j who served as adjutant general of j the Ohio national guard under Oov-1 ernor Harmon,, lias born suggested to! the president for , the assistant secre taryship. I Eyes and Wrinkles. ; WOMAN'S coh lime .o much to do Willi Hie Ii'-huiv of ner fine ll;i ymi wouldn't ihii.l, ;,. would ever Ik- iirtlrclful of Mitt i er I ro.n them badly. While te are yinm we subject llieul to sir.iin h. en ry possible, Way. It is i;ein illv nn'. u!'..'. we bfti t'i !! thut we do iei " Kf ns well w ut-d to" t b I sny (hoiisml l iv!l t the rtor, til ilie-rt ..t w Illliig members. I ?ipvr see yii I irtv'flltiK lenir sft." i'uv t petit in utfli."!- or urki ocm i ml lap novel or newspaper or pl inn i ic -lie on a foolish looking piece of linen M iu ,! do not lone to spesk to lie mui Mm her aijatnst. the habit. The tmcci t'lln ttoht in Uiese cenveya nces inn' Hie i"ii.hriil Jolting all cause mkllllorni asvsi'i to llif cigM. Ueitli s, alie til ! t n twenty, or thirty miii uics spent thus 'n travfiiiiiK home makes mi excellent up. pri'tnnHy for leniiiij; the ? after a. ilsy's work, Typewritituf. bookkeeping, or itui o(1ic work demands coiiceiitmtteo of tin e sivht. Hiid the caHiail Klaiii'iiii iihoal tu: Inn. the jouiSiey lionie could mtiWea wel come and htiieticial rest ported. Strained, tired eye hc r:vr hrcji,' eyes, and certiiiil not pretty eye. What fvr (till tit heart wishes for inbrifhi. Uml.liliK e.e. and the .-Hfesl. suits., mid quickest nv to Ket them i hesvoid liis nvemti .ln Hid fatiiiUini! the iiineif s of tht eje. Ml(e a huhit of restiiiR your ee tint -iuir the day's woi l(. To do this clou' them linlilly und make the mind us nearly ns I ,P)p ( pnoattik h hiik Uo not crw up t lie 1 eyes, for then tin) musclrn will not ifIhv, and iatlaXHlion in tirceoaiy to propci resting of the i e.. The second rule for acquit inn or main talnlnr bi'Uslit ye. it) the imulnr ne of the ey ba.th dully. I'laitieold water Willi a pinch of salt may be uiel, or the boric lotion made hy mixing a teaspoon of boric cfiuiHtmK on A hook or piper in a po.u lirlit tnr'iieA 'ine uneoiiseloualy ptui:c" i:p tin- eyi"- ami iris Ice (-"im i m f tlie much dreaded fit si wrinkle. Anloimtlc Doimc lli's .Hinnen. lailtuTllV; I sliould th nk it would be ' fur better, lointhv, for veil I" uce a aojrt , Iwir toinc on your hair and combine il with scalp manrafe. This will promote ' the growth of th hatr and krp it from : fullum win. Bi ladling l iln exeelletil ; Rrush the liiiii ki lei,i.t once a day a'.d bt it U- a ihotecah l.rush.HK or the in ' tiien-Hlp. 1 rieti'l tldiik iiiiiK kldrurlei every ilalit would tiaim tlie tin II ko lruich as M would oau-'e you discoiiifnt't. Why ! don't on trv iimi.vieniui! vein hair with j k cuiluia fluid before putting; il up in kid 'curleiM'.' ii w ill (,1'teti un wv y f .r ihn JAPANESE GROW CHILLY TOWARD or four d; tiiiK il up ."end H lid liMir Mmiip.d, Hdd s. a i even uiv I louir id t Ills will ki ve , oil pill night. I sImII l,e phid t, i Miuhm tor cm Hi a ftuiil if .ion will snd me a "I'd envelope. , U.IAIIKTIt; Tl,( is.l, cu i our boil ! mas i onic fi on) iiul gesiion m xnue othei i I .k-hI di.- lit: b,.,. . , VT, t. .,! i ; Mill .-11. e li II Hlie,.' !tet.t' dl Tie :' I ill your head tuiiv lie caused 1 1 . in c.im 1 1 Ii ; (1! adenoids. I ii(iest ynnr c.i.-Tlll iliK i a nose snciallm. Tllt:r:KSA: I t.h 1 , sta.in for jour liair, bin I il djes or bieaelu s of m i aisi upon Hum u i , ur Jour MOiok to guild bail it .tone, j am ituil u,:i tu m folutiiii. oiild uv;est - I i x p,., . , . i , 'It. 1 1 II Hi ll I Mr-(..' I 1M-1 to lui i' e o much I'.Ai'HKI.: The but tonic f.,r buildinii uy tlxi MVaiem i flesh all tii ei-ic.se. Kat uoui ikhlnp food, drink fib-tiij ,.f Water; iiei e glit hours' bep each nltiht. aud ten If (m.salble. and gnaid ag.ihift constipation. The iuot fat piodnvinx foods are butler, r-resin, olive oil, ar,d bacuii fat. I ahull be elad in i-end vnu powder In eight ounces of water. This J my dietary tor naming flesh if you will should be kept tightly corked and who i e lulled pour a little into the eyecup and aufflcient hot w,tor added toinake the lj. lion allghtly warm, which will be fottrd I letter than a fold lotion durtug the wl'i ler montlis. Tiiere l aitiother reason )iy eye attain' should be avoided by even the youngest among us. It not only dims the eyes but It causes wrinkles. The frowning wrin kles between the eyebrows and the fir lines under the eyes and the lit lit " crow's feet " at the outer corners of tlie eyer. on and all a re caused bveve strain Co: end me a stamped, addrefi.o'd envelope MATILDA; The redness of your hands may be caused from poor circulation Walk and exercise us lunch as jou can hi tile open air. There Is nothing better for poor circulation than exercising. Thin Is nty formula for hair curling fluid: Ois ounce of ifiim aiablc, half an ounce of uioiat. sugar. Dissolve them in throe iUilis of a pint of water. When dis solved add two ounces of rosewater und shafts thoroughly. Wottle mid imnlim required. BRITISH ALL! Many Persons of Distinction Carry on Propaganda in Nowspapcis in Which Eng lish Alliance Is Condemned ( AsMh-biletl I'rrfts t'urreHiiub'iice.l Tokio. Jan. 4. The ureat subject of l discussion in Tokio today the recent lutumiihl in a nc t ion ot tin1 Japanese. I preHM ayalnst the Aunlo-Japanose nlb- in nee. So Violent ban been the caul-j j pal) il of uttack limt another part ot , I the press has risen to the defense f i !thc alliance and Hie correspondent of: 'the London Times for the far cast in: hut nrtu'lc hm made n detailed answer jto tile Japanese criticisms. The tenor j !of this article caused ns much si n-j isalioii as tlie original Japanese out - j I tilst. j ; The J ipanese i rilU lsmn of Hie alli-j ..nice wcio lcriiely written bj profes- isms in the Imperial university, head-' jed by by l'rof. Totinyn Tatebc, wlio is, ia teacher of literature. The-v wrttcls' j mostly coiieltiilc that the alliance with jilrial llritain Is harmful to Japan, i ITofefsor Tatebe doubts whether I In-1 allium e can be continued for long he.; I cause there ate but few points of' I identity In tbe national ideals of .la-1 pan and KiikIuiuI. lb1 said: "fan' such ureal bnnoiable national ideals ,us thee belli by Japan bo found In I I'.nglaud '.' intelligent pet sons will bo, able to decide at once as to that. Asi illie national Ideal of Puitland is imli-1 iCjduallsm and -elfishncfs, so (be Mild-J 'Ini; ptiii'lplo df KiH'.land in interna-' Miotial ih alinus is also inilividiiullsni ' land selflshnes.s." '. ! And I ho profesor lonliiiiics: "Ja-i pan stands for lojalty and .lunlii'i-: J luciinany for loyally and Injustice; r.HKlami for scltlshues- and tlisloyaltj . j ill is because of this selfishness unit . ''disloyalty Unit Knjr'and. while speal;- j int; of ultimate victory Is reporting daily advance by an Inch and retreats thy another inch. The llrilisli arc a; I race of Tons gb-evi s' (pour fiKlitcru t . j We cannot afford to keep company i j w ith such a country." J i Japan Must Develop. ' ! Professor Mnsuturo, another mciit-l jlcr of the siaff of the imperial uni- verHity, contribute!! an article In which; ho declarcH that the development 1' Japan's national power und the in- i 1 Chis is a Store, of the People, for the J People, and mode by the people, u far the Greatest. 0 1 1 OAaACA state NDEPENDENT-fl F ALL FACTIONS VAUGHAN ADDRESSES STUDENTS AT ASSEMBLY was , BANDIT GARCIA HELD . OH ARIZONA CHARGE, Indians of Porfirio Diaz' Old II , i ;.. i 1-.1'... the. second of a series of lectures be- iiuine iviciiiiiaiii Luiauiuvu, jnti nu-cn i tease of the navy fives a leeiinn 01 ;;reat anxiety to I'tmland and her cu lt nial posnesslons in tin orient, espe-1 dally us to the fate of Australia. Ju-j pan's star Indicates that she must dc- ...ilr.,. 1,,. riiu,,!. ,,n lit till mid sea nnil if Japan should expand greatly, Knit-1 tsstcist cosssssosiosNce to MORNiNa jousnm (iLnbtlcsM Would not like it. Tho SUte College, X. M Pcb. 11. l'rof. iwl;t,.r urKrs uiat the responsibility of J. H. VutiKhan, head of the depart-j japan urisinn out of the alliatico Is nient of history and economics ' and renter than that of Kngland and that ident of the New Mexico Kiln- i ' I"1" " '' tue.ireaty um 11 eiuii 10 in-.-it ,i.iiui. m thinks tiittt the alliance lias lost its foundation both for Japan and for ICnqTand. To solve tho problem of What effect ; war will have upon the alliance l Ion,, must dcchti1' what' the I'csu I of wnointn 1 1,., tt .ii- u ill 1... II. i HiinLs Ihm hi e: nail fiermany 1 In p. superior position at this lime she wtl tlouhtloss be hiimil iated by the entente powers. Hut x-p resident cational association, Was the .speaker' In the Ke'neral assembly ot Ktudents and faculty on Thursday morning. ; I'rnfrssor .Vaim'han spoke of his early I boyhood in North Carolina where hellho ...A.I . .1 1 ....... ...1 II I. LINCOLN'S BIRTH ISAY GHEAT DAY here Jbr Men KUPPENHHR AND STEIN-BLOCH 7J I V FINE SUITS Arc Placed on Display Today Neat Cray Worsted and Cassimere Suitings Predominate. Coats Are a Trifle Longer and Not Quite as Tight-fitting. We Fit the Ixmg Lean Man or the Heavy Stout Man, as Well as the Man With a Regular Size. TRY US. These Two Famous Factories Are Known as the Best From Coast to Coast the Garments Retain Their Shape and We Arc Glad to Guarantee Them. KUPPENHEIMER SUITS - $16.50 to $25 STEIN-BLOCH SUITS - - $20 to $35 MAIL ORDERS DELIVERED FREE E. L WASHBURN COMY 122 South Second 119 West Gold ; ; il . in ' I ii i sii 1 1. ii mi.,, in, .i in ainsi mil 'J '"i", Mil i.l s.imniH Mli'ii" 1 " I1 was born, reared and educated I'rrlessor VauKhan's addrvsa 1SV HOSNINQ JOUNNAL SPlCIAt. LSASEO Wl.St Dotmlas, Ariz., Feb. II. ('of. Albcr; to (iarcla, bandit louder who esi aped trum a cordon of t'arranza which surroundctl him several ami, was, arrested here today on a ehurire of carrying' concculcd weapons. Ives ti. l.alcvicr, consul for the dc fac to Mexican aovcrnment, iinini.diately lies"an tiic prcparulion of extradition papers for the return of llarcia to .Mexico. tlarcia offcied no resistance to ar rest by the local authorities, but said; later he would resist extrudition to j .Mexico, as he believed he would be j xecuted if delivery! into, the hands of; t'arranza, officials. j tlarcia is alleged to have, madej iiiimcrous raids upon undefended; .Mexican town-', holding residents for by faculty members reKattl- and Executive Government ! "IL u,Z anl and Have Army, Icf'lf ;,p,u M r tt", VM , I Ur. r.corKe K. l.add, presitlent nflP'c ' the colleRe, Is viRltln in Albii(iier(iue is Mo.NiNfl journal spcciai isA.so wi.si j nnd Santa Ke on business connected y may expeel s.iulia thy, lie i lieen assured, bo said, thai the! animadversions li.nl heen written hy i irresponsible pervons and thai tlie; I'ro-1 'lew spa pei s themselves were not re- 7ft "OWUS&iZi; JHkxtut, j.JiiiA.WilbMiu i mmmm HltWUt balile Ion. a.s an inilieat ion However, as the of public opin Wl'lters llielud- of peers. r.-i n,,., Tu.. Ti.n ii rirrioi'i 1 I! ll'La ' reports from Mexico City to the ef- icct uiai iiiree columns, cojiijineu m cavalry, artillery ami infantry, are moviiin' imainst the opposition to the de facto Knvernment In the state of Oaxaca, were received today and the publication in semi-olticial newspa-1 thi pers reaching here today from Mext-; co City of the declaration i f indepen- of the Oaxaca state Kovern ilrew local attention to the conflict in and about that deni nient, nniipu state. Inilepetideiit liovcnimenl. Authentic advices received recent ly Ktatcd that tlie independent state Kovernmcnt, which announced its in- with the institution. lir. I,: 11. HIRley, head of the de partment of chemistry, Was the speako- at tho regular ineetine; of the Voitnir Men's christian associa tion this week". Dr. Hiby took as his theme, "The Hody, tbe Temple of Soul." He made especial empha sis of some of the evils which are nractlccd today which literally tear fessor Nilta lipures that since the1 cn- n ill., niiu.'111'u :ii. liiKiiit.' iiii'ii Mill-nielli i Uw.v nlli imiiimillv wish t uiiliideied members of the house ill due time, a peace which, he j ""n " "'".' ' i1""1" il.lnlu n-lll I... mini) ..n li.riiu ti ul , il. Ill'll lie lillllo inn l.lll III (III' n'1111' uo- ; intr the ante-war status and boundary portanc (,, what had been written. lines as much as possible, 'i be pro-j '"""1"""" j..,.,.,,. r-,.. . fessor is apprehensive us to the hnr-j characterized the whole controversy den that may be placed upon Japan'"" excceilinuly reurettalile. .Saul tin1 r. .(.,,... n,,..,,nit ,.! in., . i Hi. ; ia nan l llll'-:,; im1 anoi iniis in no- Jtisoin. IE SILTS TO S Eal less meat if you feel Back achy or have Bladder trouble, Meat forms uric arid which excites nnd overworks the kidneys In their ef. I forts, to filter it from the system. Keu- j nlar enters of meat must flush the, kidnevs occasionnllv. Yon must re-1 lieio them like you relievo your bow ds: removing all the acids, waste and liaison, else you feel a (lull misery in "ie kidney rcKlnn, sharp pains in the fcicl; or sick headache, dizziness, your sbiuiach nours. toncne Is coated nnd I when tho weather is bad you have rheumatic twinges. The urine is eloudy, full of sediment; the chan nels often pet Irritated, obliging you " Ret up two or three times during the nluht. To neutralize thete Irritating; acids find flush off the bogy's urinous waste Rf't aliout four ounces of Jad 8alta from any pharmacy; take a table fpoonful in a slass of water before breakfast for a few days and your Sidneys will then act fine and bladder disorders disappear. This famous j i-'ilts Ik made from the add of crapes j and lemon juice, combined with lithla. and has been used for (fenerations to 'lean, and stimulate slunK-ish kidneys ii'id slop Madder irritation. Jad Palt.i Is inexpensive; harmless and make aj di-liifhtful effervescent llthin-witcr ' irinls which millions of men and worn- j n take now and then, thus avoiding icrlous kidney and bladder diseases. t dciieiidcnce some time ae,", is niatn- itaining a regular legislative and cxee " litive organii'..ttion, which had decided I to keep the state free from invasion jby any faction in Mexico, and has a i large armed force to maintain this j determination. i In the interior of the state but uu- 1 able to re.uch the city of Oaxaca were ! said to be a.UOO of the obi federal i .. . . u army, one oi the units oi no- so called new revolution In Mexico at tr.mnlintr lo cotuiiier the state. i the border these federals are I have a force iS the. federal troops are reported lown the body, and make it unlit for Its full usefulness, i Prof. A. It. I'ite, 'Ki, lift Wednes- iiiuy for Baltimore . Md., where he will ' 'spend a month on his vacation. j j Miss Kda Lou Walton, instructor j in music at the college, was called suddenly to her home this week When : she received notice of the serious ill ' ness of her mother. She made the jlrip l Silver City overlulid. Japanese newspapers will he forgotten in a, week. The world is today fighting- n rotten organization which will crumble and go to pieces, to be re formed and remade Into a real system which in its turn will make for tbe good of the individual, whether he be monarch or president, citizen or sub- GENERAL OEEENSIVE ni irinii ' influence of Croat Britain in BEGUN BY RUSSIAlworld will, U, a certain extent, b. in the ancfs and ho is fearful ns to the safe outcome of Japan's policy in China which is that of seeking economic de velopment. To secure a market In In dia is next in importance to securing a market in China, in bis opinion, die realizes thai some Indians may think ...f ..: .1... I, ..I..., ...,.1. !...!!., but is rather inclined to think that )"'' Japanese ncwepapcis ami from tho .limanese standnoint It is writers who write against the Angln- l-.elter ihm India, remain under Brit- Japanese alliance lo which Japan felt ruin 111. idded1 I OCCIl SO lipteooioiy loyal anil will "Indeoendenee of India cannot he been and Is lo be effective 111 protect- exiKsted in a short time. After Ja- i , .... , i I puns power nas nicreaseu a finu ueui she may think of extending her pro- itettiug hand over India." ! KiikIhiiiI's Tower l. Wane. j l'rof. T. Ktikudti expressed the opln- lion that after the war the economic : SV UORNINS JOUSKAI .KCIAL LSAStO WISB I ! l'etrorad, Keh. II (via Irfindon, 15:05 p. m.) Although a general re nin vival of activity is officially reported said to along the entire Htissiun troni tne '.DO troop. All'oniy ueveiopmenis or more inun nmu in lis anu temporary importance are mt the re. has ch baa British subjects and their mter- mIm in tlie far east will tomorrow be as much iishamcd, we hope, of their I infantile or senile ptiliings of today as j.lr. David I'raser will teret tin1 over 1 bombastic wordiness of his article mi lder the unfortunate caption, Is Japan I i-'upcrior '." " A -ZjL LL the mileage that qual ity can possibly put into a tire is in Good rar Tires. J'-VITV Dealer Ceil idyt ai' knows a. Service score of Si alien ways to BANDITS QUICKLY CAPTURED! of Hener.tl lliglnio TO THE WIFE OF ONE WHO DRINKS t have im Important cnfliVrtliil inesssJtf "U. If. will com In pin in mvelnpe. It.-'w tu ennoner the liquor lial.it In S 1a'B sthI ricike h-im' happy. Wonderful, safe, Insiinit, reUnMi. ituiix-nstv. mnhnd. ituar nnlnd. Write lo Kiln-ar J. W'-d l. Smil.in K. New Y..rlt. N. T. Sli lliln In others. under command Agtiilar. Must Ih'iit Both l aetlons. The troops of the de facto army must defeat both the federals and Ibe independent troops of oaxaca, com posed entirely of native Indians, be foro Itself snbduinn the state. The federal forces according to re ports here command most of the rail road lines and have garrisons in block houses und are reported maklni.' small headway against the Indepeii tleut state forces in the interior while thev are fighting the de facto govern meiit trot ps along the borders. Villa lleuileil Northward. General Francisco Villa, who to- .1... u.nu renin led tlloVIl wehtmii" ii.ij t.i.-i i toward Madera, tonight w turning northward with interim the district' Ot do Candelaria, commonly ihn Cervaiite-z ranch. .ji.i.j n,.. nun lhienaventun and Is about inn miles southwest of Juarez in the Ca-sa.s Orandes district Where the storehouses of the Mormon (clonics are located. Troops from Cuerrero are reported to have Joined in the pursuit. INFORMED THAT M'KEE ESTATE IS NOT QUITE SOLVENTjJE ASSERTS pilit to recover $lSu from Mrs. Min nie M'-K e. executrix of the estate of her h im. nd. Frank M Kee, was be- nm leslf QllV 111 me uimi h i fun rtenrv lluning. This amount it; to be h d vidend due Vv McKee is security as reported .100 men and the hacienda known as This district valby Hussian advnnce in the Htripa refrlon, ; southeast of isebroff, where tile Hus ; shins stii eeeiled In rapturing heights I commanding' the district in which ! runs the main railway line between ithe Chordorov and Stry rivers, nnd the I occupation by the Russians of the heights east of Tchemcrlne. Tlie progress in the latter district which is between Ilovno and Lutsk, is another sign of the resumption of the Russian offensive which came to an I aorupi nun u oioiuii imu oen too ! Hermans apparently succeeded In ' erecting such firm fortifications that ! further attempts t an advance on the 1 part of the Uusslans became a waste !of energy und ammunition. It Is considered significant that a new and mort against the Japan, for h initial suc-lhope for Jul tr! said on stock given for a Ifi.nno note 1 hy liming. ill n in s iys he has been informed the M 'Kee estate is largely in- and that he believes the stocK u. i n nl of Irs him lis only enanee mr w-no-meit of his claim fur $7,300 against theestte. The claim was allowed re cenniy in the probate court, , diiced a view which, according to the I YOUTHFUL writer, woupj ne niiiy enieriaincii nv all persons in well-informed circles, ! except those who are "blind worship- j pers of the British." j "As for economic relations," writes! Professor Totsuke Negu.se, an histo-j riti ii attached to the army department, j "tl, l.lj,r..uta ,,f Juli'itt in,, I l.'liL 1.-111,1 I can never conn oie, n in u.ttiiiai tout . ., Japan, wliicll is a newoom. 1 in i n na, ,,,,,, ir,.(. in,.M rrom Tulsaiind .should not piease r.ngianu. i.ui , (.sc,u,ed with ?1S I.;I5 scooped off the China Is the murine place for Japan s (., ,!,,,. development in the economic lines and- T,, ,'. m,.n , ,.,lfl(,dy we cannot allow F.ngland to monopo- )(,VM ,,,., ,,,. ,lt,,r ,,v a ,,,, lize the trade interests in China. The!...!.,,,,... ,, i1(.lMlr f-s ,-,.,1 :m(i the ISV MORHIN. JOUSNAb S.BCIAL IvAKBD WISS1 Tuba, ol.hi., Feb. 11. --Cowboy cos tumes and liunr black pistols were part of the stage setting two youthful rob bers provided late today when tiny up the cashier n the bank ol fensive is beiiiK launched same positions, and with economic value of Ihe alliance with Creat Britain may be Judged from the fact that Kngland classes the Japanese with Ihe colond races and excludes the Japanese fiom her nilunles." The writer concludes that the alliance does not benefit Japan us much as It does Khglalld. References io Hermany are made by l'rof. Masao Kambe In mi article on "Jnnan'M t'olicv." in which he aruuen formidable Russian of- for tho eultivation of the strength of ii among the white rheillf announced that they admitted ihe robbery. They gave their names as John Schtu.eina n, 1 yars old, and James l.etlerman, UL'. PLANET MARS HAS FIRST SPRING THAW cesses. Tnts Is explained ny niosi or races is in power, as he saw ine sit the military observers as due to newjuation, if Japan Is to maintain her power and eff' ctiveness of the Hits- position it will be necessary for her to slan artillery which recently has j imitate (icrmany, which is u country shown marked Improvement on all land a people w ho know that wit limit fronts. power nothing can be done. Japan The Ccrmans, evidently surprised by ; needed to cultivate the spirit of philoF- the fierceness of the new Russian on slaught, which promises to become a geneial initiative along the whole line, have been forced nl several points to retire, to their second line of defenses. Your live Hundred Muscles. The fie bundled muscles in Hi human body dep nil on pure und rich blood for their health und contractile rnrgy which is the ability tu labor. If they are given impure blood they become enfeebled, the step loses its elasticity, the arm its efficiency, and there is incapacity to perform the usual amount of labor. What a great blessing Hood's Par siparilla has been to the many toiling thotirialids whose blond It I111S made and kept pure and rich! This medi cine cleanses the blood of all humors, Inherited or acquired, and strengthens and tones the whole system. It Is im- ophy possessed hy the Cerm.ins nnd Japan needed that kind ot ethical inn which was the- foundation of Cer inany s strength and by which she has forced Ihe nation to serve the state and make It great. Japan must strive to create a powerful national spirit and produce citizens with sane minds in robust bodies, regardless of expen diture or hindrances. He said: "Japan trl must prepare either for honorable In peace or triumphant war. ' Repented attacks on the alliance with deal Britain and expressions of admiration for the success of Ccrniar arms caused nn unpleasant impression among the British residents of empire, an in pression that has been rV MOSNINK QU.Ntl S.CCIAL I f A .KO WISS Flagstaff, Ariz., Feb. II. What lip pears to hi- the first spring thaw on Mara for this season has Just heen dc tii'ted by the astronomers of the Bow ell observatory, In latitude fit degiees and longitude as a degrees. The north cup itself is in active proci ss of nich ing, a. circular rill having appeared half way through it which is widen big and which is connected 'with the border by radical tributary rifts. The cap Is surrounded l y a clem blue band unlike the tint of the vegi t.itivo markings. make your I ires last longer with the least trouble, anil expense. lie will tell yon whether you are car rying proper inflation, and whether your tires are the proper sie. lie will .heal ruincu:; little tread nits, and Ull you whether the fabric of an old tire needs reinforcement. Co to the nearest Goodyear Dealer now and then. I lis advice will save you time ami money. GoOfiffEAR TIRES fiooilycar No-1 took Ti'iei am (oi tided against: Kim-culling-- liv our No-Kim-Cut (cat uiv. Illow-onis Hy our On' Air C ure. l.onsc '('read:. Hy U ul I t r kivet-i. Insecurity Hy our Multi tile Itiuitjcd Piano Wire llaie. tuicsand Skidding -our 1 )oiibte-'l Iticlc -Wcatliur 1 nuJ. voiced ui the organs .of the British i l.ighi community una utimmjinzeci ny iiaviti Fruser, Hie London Time correspond ent in an article in a Toklo newspaper. He makes tlie .int that when a Order in Bight Cnst-.-. Santa !, Fell. 11. Federal Judge William II, I'ope yesterday b. toiled down two orders In the Onllup F.lcc- I.ighl companv cases, one was in case of II. J. VHteher, Jr., lis trus tee, vs. Callnp F.leeirio Bight company, the court sustaining the plaintiff's mo tion to dismiss Ihe petition for inter vention filed on behalf of the First Savings Bank and Trust company of the tAlbiiiieriiie. In the case of F. C. W il son, receiver of ihe Oallup l.leetnc company vs. the People portion to he sure that you get 1 lends country is hhr.i (msheil in war It Is ariiapurilla when you ask for it. No a little painful fr Its people to find I gubstJtute for It is like It. 'themselves, run yomn by those from Bight and J'nwcr companv, the Victor Amer ican Fuel company. Oregory Piige ami John A. Cordon, Ihe court denied the motion of the defendants to dismiss: the bill of complaint snd ordered (hat tbe defendants answer within twenty days. FIVE