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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1916.
SIX A.V INDEPENDENT KBW8PATE Cbc Albuquerque morning journal Publlahtil by th JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. . A MACPIIKKHUN ITMldwit W. T. MoCHKIOKT Bullm-M "' K L. '. MoAJjUITER K'H"r A. N vtOROAJI ""r w i rox Editor WmUra HprMtliUr C. 4. AMI'.WIN, larqactl Baildint, CMm4 U KAl.l'H K. MILI.IHAN, lrk R, c1 York. Eutr4 u MMmil-clu mattvr at tti ptfflo of AIMiquorqu, N. 1L, undnr Ait of CtmrrM nf Muck 1. H't. I,rr circulation than njr othr papi-r In Naw Muloo, Th onlf ppr la M Mmloo luucd rvrr day la th. yrr. TBItyi OP HtTHSOUl'TION tU7 br currtff o mall, n month. I0o NOTICB TO miUHCHIBKHH ftul.ara-lbrra In tha Journal whB rttliK to bava their pixT chantri'd to ttrm aJ irraa niuat ba sura to irtva tha old nddrcM. Tha Moraine Journa-1 haa hubar eircu tailon ratln tnJi anoroXl to anr nibar r-anar In Nw Wnloo." Th Amarlwn f,,wilap-r Dlractis-J. THR JOtHtNAL tMhM and i.rlnU sixty houra and thirty minutes of ielualvt Associated Vrt leaded wira aci-vlca each week. No other newspaper published In New Mexico takes mora thnn twenty-four hour of Aasoelated Praaa aurvlca during tha wk. TirVHKDAY. MAJini rr-t-r-ri-rT- 30, mi o TiU'j vi:kwn miamdij.. Khrwlicro, ihn Journal r publishes from the london Observer, a dory of tho great Verdun baltlo u) to Kun tl.iy, March 12. U bad been In pro Hies I hen some three weeks, find the attacks reached their greatest Inlen sity lust Turadiiy and Wednesday, lif ter more than fiv weeks, of uiilntri iiiittlng artillery flro and almost dully Infantry ussatilt. The struggle l ercdltcd In Lump. iin tlii' greatest that ever has horn fought between opposing armies since the world first knuw thn t l.inKor of urniH. Not lens thuti two ntillion rnen lire riiKiiRCd Inimeillntcly on u n -nuriitlvcly narrow from. TIioiihh nil- of iTe of uttillery arc thuntli rln and Infaniry, In manned f.rinullun, under romrnand of tho t row n prim i', urn hurled In H rrh d ranks aKaln' t ihe l'M-ni h d' fender, only to be mowed down llko hay befmo Ihu leliper. NdW and then, tln OernuinH mak" KIiih. Home of I hem tliey hold und from aonie of them they arm Jturh'd back by coiinter-attacli. Jt Ih all Iduodhhed, md moro ldoodltfd, and Htlll more bloodnhed, from day to day and from nlKht to nlnht. At. the l,Klnnln of th- hIhikk'''. I' wuh belleviMl that tho Vurdiin dihr wax merely a nt'fut dernonHtratl"u for tin? purpoH of weiilunlni; the Krciuli llneH lsewheip, tlum niAklnr an opeti lli! lht"Onh Which the (ict'iuini" couhl I. leak completely by andden mtiSHcd icliii k. lint appurenllv, tho aitpromv effort nt tho war In the went In to bo madi at Verdun. Notwllhutflndiligr the ter. nblo loci'M inflicted and tho little tual pioitrea niade, thn Cernnui" I nve deteriulneil to makn their tot- plcme (ffnil (malmd tho almost lni- pruKnablo fortM-KH uf Verdun. j TIiIh drive may be tlie ( ! tl vhIuii p of the will'. Had I.to won, tlieivj wmild have hardly been an Appomat tox. Io wan beaten, lh confeder lite Invasion dfeated and the power of the Miuth uteadllv declined t i IIK lio itable fall. It inuv be that the liel'inaiis Will compel tlie evacuation of Verdun. If no, Ibev will have achieved u irn-:i riuiiiil tnicre.i tbat will place, tlieoi mod udvantaKeoiudy When peace ti rmi onie to be i,rlnu,'1y dlHcviMed. If. i.n tho other hand, the enornn'iia Na ririi cs hhall lie In aln and tic Frcm h continue the numteiH of vr. dun, It will be to the C.cinuiun what CtlUhluiK w.ih to the cunfoderatcs. (-'.me uf thu newspapers are un kind enough to remark that lion M Uobcrts. the former mayor of 'J'clie Haute, might have been unpointed to fill the unexpired term oT Senator Hhlwly If the former iiiavor hud only kept nut of the penitentiary. tOIIJXTUISM AMI AMsM. 1ND1MIU I,af.adio Hern In hls.bouk up .1.1 pan dcH' i ilied tho roiiSequeii' cs t. Jajianese character of the disi tplilie i f (lie mdltailsll,; feudal rectum "r liiindi-i.ilu nf u-iiis. The neoide wi re all peas In a pod. The harmlm i hal)H tel -istl, s of courted' nnd suavl ly dist titgmshi (1 rvcrv one of them, and also u lack of Individualism and iiutiiitive. The gi.vi t nun lit being cv ertbiiig. the object of all sacrifice und all effort, no individual dated no bis "ul was his own, even should h" so fur differentiate himself from tho many as to re,illu that he had u mid. Japan bid been stereotyped along libout the time that F.li.ub.-th was ,ueen of Kngland und llniip 11 kiiu- f Spain A great rub-r and a great soldier devised IVh nation Into it, so that for tbie bun dled veurs there was neither pro gress nor Inxini .-ii In Japan. Th.-r-could be iieithtr. inaMiiuih as I'.-r-MUialitV l nnppte-scil nod even- Mi di' 'dual was like fury other one Fiider this icgiine the Japanese oini eil Ii-markal lc cohcsli n und lo- I v-b pPd Imitative faeuliy of surprtn- Inn facility. W lien the mold liv the i-fMoratinn f Hit was ml- kado to power, the Venple i Blue forth t live the modern life and to sue- eeed In It by ifaeon of two po.ws KlonH, tbp rupaclly for teaniwoik and for copylnK. The terrible discipline i ( threo hundred yearn had rendered thein (lie mod formidoblo Inraniry in thf world, and the incmt akillful Imi tator of what the people of tho wedorn world hud Invtntt-d. Hut hidivldunllnm In Htlll tjndevol- oneil In Jonnn. No doubt It will tn llrtm evolve ttaelf. It chowa alna of doinK no now. t 'ollertlvlam dill chnr iicterlj: this JapaiK'Hp innkinK them docile mibjecla, loyal aoldiora, pa.lnn iHkintt copylnt. So that what Ja pan tun uocompllah will bo dori In ohrdlrwa. to nin.a efficiency or not at nil. In (iVrinany we liavo f n th ov ernmeiit Impoaed upon a peoplo who an lain nn IMS were chpftblo of Indi vidual Initiative of tha hlulieat order In every department of human rro atlnn. Nor has the l'mnsion retime, rxiiltlng th ntato, aupprewlnfr Indl vldualimn, promotinit iniwt(-inoveiii'nt under nutocratlc Ulteetlou, yet work ed upon no nll'tel a people am the U.rmuna ltd ultimate connequcne". The (iermaiia ctlll retain n lutK meauro of their former originality, nlthoiifih Ihey huvo brcom.. tlie fore rnoHt copy Ida of Ihe world, dcvloplni( with patl'-nce what Amet leans, French and Hrltlsh orllnnlly devlned. Hut ft iiKnlanlzcd (iorninny la ho loiiKor noulli Cennany. Steteotypol fjermany In not Ihe fieruiany of Rieat men. Wc 'o not find In tho Her man nation tho natuo quality of nu n aa thonc who hrouKht tiermany out of the Ucpthn of Napoleonic opprea- nlon and paved the way for und form ed the fedeiated (Icrinau enipiro. New comi'H from (ireat lSilluln that lh labor orKunUutlona urn fo menllnB atiikwa In tho mutiltlona planti, not I'cntme wriKcn fire not hiKh enoiinh and tho houra nhort rnotinh, but for tho purpone of eompellliiH pnrliainent to repeal th compulaory nervleo net. In KiiKltimi Individual. Ism In found In Ha hihed development- Tho Hovernmcnl aeenm to be u mutter of little roiuetri to tho uianscB. II la evei7 man for hlm aelf. The attempt to atop tho manufac ture of rnunlllo'.H for the (trillion In the field has ntc; with no puiilnh ment ao far. Tc (if t'le lendera were cHcorted by noldiern from certain field of activity tiud ti oiuile-makln. Itut they were not trod, hm they would have been In am- other country In lw. wnrld liv n military court and lined up uKaind diot. a blank wall und . ..... , , Is hack of Mlla. '"""'" "Ulio Ihe New York World. If wo "iy credit the reports from uenerai i ci - nhlng, there Is an American avalry foice pretty chmely back of him. ( ltUNZ YUJ.HS. iener.il Cunana flnallj' has grant- cd permission for tho Milted State ; t.. send suiinlK-a over tho Mexican: cHroad. to the American army. I'er - mliisiou mis gnen mi'MHM) ' ' " j II should have been gl oily cvletidcl. , Willie fin r.in.n l a man or deeidej I i.tiilii v in nninv lesnecls, and of nn- questioned flrtnne of purpose, be I has sonly tried tho pallenco of the in:i,ilnid:-iitbti miiny times, and nn: i.eerul mi-unions ban Jeopardized j hold upon the position of filst chief of Ihe de facto un eminent. Tho Fulled unites 1, aider without due tin ..nseqneiu e. It pi'cfcircd not to- I....-W u-iiii I'niT.ii.'ii If sin Ii clash', could pal ed lie avoided. lu oust him such (iiuisc l-llould nary. Viler d thought it lll iinr mild I done vafi lc. be ( glatiled llo- assent which should have en promptly after the icquesl been gi had been i euimuiilcnted to him, U H ,-m. Ii difficulties, as thai ju t overcome, with t'arianztt which muko the task of the Ametiean punitive ot pniiUori In Mexico most difficult. Hid Nil- Cummins has lined up Iowa Minnesota fur him and "ill have mi trouble in getting Smith Pakota. Where "ill he find his next stain dl-legatinll? Tlie fact thai there are sixteen did ite for coroner tn one T the t an - Ala- bam conntiis leads mio to wonder what sott of iiial't. is coutu'ct-d with the Job, The supply of "cannon fodder" neems to be runn tig low In Amtria The sixlcu-j car-old boss have been called to tho olols. Mr. ratibunks' ,nl lia been lu Uc- th-.' ting for some time, but nobody out - .a.!.. .-.( 1.1,11. in. s.-i him lo have dis - on i red it. .Iut be Fa l llnor-' him Fillv for them au-e the i hull h leaders f do not scent to warm up In Sunday is making it warm Pep and Punch Funny, but thi men with the big- mold and cad tbi'lges! bulling avirueo In tho highball leaKiie make the fewest home inns Ii 1 1 . u b ' t II 11 Wlode l-U lb. ill to light isli r to our way dodge Ollt Of V. ' .. ...li l In ;it--ee not), b.-tne Mill . . .m !.. i ,.n in. i loi u.lf.- of in.- daws when die toed lo be trim al; I s ruder Tbp trouble Willi pent lp With Idi ih that ibey are urejtly given iu vio gUinK. ills .- I.ven cats tn the back yard w not bt t.. had if (hey could keep tune. c.ild In French General Hitherto Unknown Achieves Lasting Glory at Verduny?r (From the London observer..! Amidd an unparalleled clash ofjOn M batteries, the conflict, sullen unit fui'-lon the look by turns, still rages rounu I ' j heights of tho Mouse und dwarfs all the historic battles of former a;;e n. The great oiduil Is not yet over fori,j,.n( Fram." hnl Verdun still damls and I'.eneral retains historic defence c-1 tor's the admiration of the world and wrings homage from bis enemies. Whatever happens the victory wd be bin cither In form or siil'.-laiicc, or in both. In a few weeks this soldier, so recently unl-nowii, v. ill have achieved one of tile greatest military reputations of the war. Orainii Vol Diminished. The movement swings round three sides of tho salient. though events, however terrible and absorbing j themselves, may seem on a superficial view to become more monotonous as j ""' "''Hon Is long drawn out, this nur passing du.ma does nol dimillidi. The Interest heightens. For slid tic vital I interest helithtens. For still the vita 1 1 quostuui, no iniiecd lor si rategisi s w no : ( , have larger and colder views, but for u the gag rival s. mp.'ithie passionately c Is win ther Vc II Oil IMJlll Ml MM, I l III I in-1 i l - ,. . .. i . ... ..ii i i. . 1 1. . ..- -. .. . . I u ii will bo taken or held gloriously to the very end. Hc oral i onsidera- '.tloils had snggedeil that the denoue- ,,,, nii.,t j,.- near at h ind, und even' more complclely In favor of our al lies than we had tiaieu to nope, i nese peculation, were premature. l.veu yet It cannot be said with absolute ci r- talnlv tlial we are siahl. of the de- (.lsill1 t H plainer than n thought last W"fk, the it that, as wcj Hermans huvei been drawn deeper than they meant I to go. and paid a higher pi n e uith-i out buying Hie object. Have they gonej tun far lo draw back? Mud I hey ( ,,-llW th,, p.-lve after the h,i t.-h.-t '.' ! will considerations of prestige induiej mem now in i isn i:ir none e.isu.iiin lid not cross the;tlian even toll success would ne "iui of all tlie"' oThiintv of attaining U . j . ....' .....tU . , '.. ... , ... I a 'in panence. yoi a icw uuys ncie oe- Itilt It was pl''- f,.(, v .;m . Mln. .dther that the from power, if (Jeriuaiis are foiled or resolved to hat become ucccs-jter through ai ail costs to their aim 'If. Indeed--which t-"i ins unlikely any i long ii h hel'inbian effort or plan may achieve it. I.cnnau laicigy ix'iit. Home shrew d Fit ncli opinion in1 liu c,l dcfinitelv, to tho belief last Week that the Hcrinatis were almost beaten I to ii sta nd-Jt ill. that their offensive energy was alic.nly -pent with tin j shattering of their lust coips and that the ! ro uly cv great general slaff had al I'ccib'd the human lasluiltiis doubtless ' outset to methodically allotled at (lie the purpose which has not been achieved. To allow Unit result to become evident to the world would tie unbearably hitler to the enemy. The kaiser's military advisers mils! ul teady have been deep In soluble coun sel oil (his subject. The fantastic I falsehood of Hie bub tins lo which the enemy muv repeatedly n sorts again suggested to some Ficni'h experts that the famous plan tn sei:-.n Vol dun and lis salient might be given up .'it last after the third week of tremendous lighting. The latest sinus point lo a longer finht and a fight to a finish. if the Hermans decide to persevere there may be a fourth and a filth Week of fighting before the denoue ment is n ached Whether the enemy is to win even the shadow of success , ,..... ..n..,.,.,. i,v 1 N,n t if a iug mole nun than any it - ' - mi of po-unon now pii-ilil. can be worth, or whoih-r I lie ITep.-h wh (luy stand arc to tthtmph both i- re ; fin in and reality, is the issue now to be settled. The answer either way win nave a picround bearing upon tne future of the war III the west. Scheme Is Changed. When w. Interrupted our nai rativ e last Suiidav the Hermans Were "till Were still lu-i ess tho Irving vainly to drive to sin-, ess tho manoeuvre with winch ilu-y began tlie great drive straight upon Verdun from th north They had failed and wile pinlicd down oi, the slopes of 1 'onii ainont. well below the (lift. The handful of 111 .Huh nbul gel is sllil iso- l).,, d t he ruined fcl tat 1 he Vi I y top, nig' i ell ind call only leieive supplies by The aM.-mpt to shatter the c ot the Fu-n. h ib louse being I ' hwl ted at that bo id though it has 'sin- e been in -w ed. as w r dia :1 see. at iinotlu r-- there had to b- woikcd out nnolhei scheme, 'I ho smith's hummer is a f.ivorile Miuboiio i n si r -1 nic nt in tlt-riiiiii: i ar tontu. The hammer havinu fal'.ed, there Was on both sMn of the .1!ient a fresh resort to thy familiar piiUfrs HIGH TIDE? uiday lagan the double altack wings, alter regular bonibanl- rrn - nts. (leneral I'ctain, on that and. the next day, bad to look to his right when thi enemy storming Frennes d the French hue, where it was thrown out Into the Woevre. In that water logged hollow of tho Woevre, once a lake, between the heights of tho Meuse und the hills above the Moselle, the enemy in sorely hindered with his guns, and has made no further progn kh. rimers Itile leO, Hut I lie oiler claw of trie pitiocrs now hit in deeper for rcisoiii, .rout ining tho ticrmans preliminaiy gains, though not touching the essentials of ,lifi druggie, tm Monday tienoruli lytuin's left began to be assailed in I f .. ., ,. ,. i-ediiuhled bombardment' ,,,, , Vi f.dern sMc of ( he Mi u"c. Thej i;,.r,iKiii advance' on the eastern side I ,hri,. fi!lllk .-xnosed for some! ,;., .,. ,, ,, .nflbonmr fir... Thevhadl to keep down the French gunsi dil'ciling across the rtver the belch-l I tig of their own hatteries itlon, a had been fori s, wen Intolerable to The idin-S"f-n by our the enemy, ;Hm, and the hitler positions were had to rectify it. such that the I'i The i-rich , run hi well (ford to sell them lor I price. 'hi Monday, lion, the Her jmans iisj. Milted and carried after scv 'eral repufaes the villapo of Forges. Theuce they c ere enabled to advance, straight fill Ueirnb-ville, in the loop j lof the Mouse. .Still pushing forward ;ln dreiigih, and-holpcd by his heuvyj(h(1 ,.jn,nx , daughter, .artillery roaring across from thej ,;, ,.v,, ,.,y nav,. been j heights on the other side of the river, ! I he cic -my evi-u carried one of the crests of House Hill, tint here the mil struggle began. The I'rciK h had no far been earrv ing out one of those calculated ro- ' liremenls esi -ciiilly designed for the f our a'lies tactics throughout the ilong baltle of Verdun. Forges is in inrush. It was hold only thai the enemy might weaken- his own impetus las mil. Ii as possible by paying the 'highest price for a position of no r. al, lvalue, to our allies before reaching the core of tho French defease on that side, In that respect the key of thej p.imn. .is i'iiki man inn. j.eioie M'(b(, jcau be menaced Crow Wood had lo be i icatiluieil. Hint position has changeon i. ..,,. ,,.,., , , UJve dais In hlondvl istruggles. The Hermans were flungj out oil Wednesday. Tliev were re-j Ipulsed all llnirsday. On Inday tin y ingaln returned tn the attack, pushed III id any lia.nul. and at the moment I hold both the la-is des Corheaux and the liu's de Ciimicrcn. They finally gained these places by sending nmre than a whole division to altnost unintelligible slaughter amid--f the wrecked trees. silintcred, smashed nnd mown. Yet after the week's fighting on the west of the sali"nt., the enemy,- despite the desper ate obstinaiy of his attacks, is still In a worse position than on tho other side of the loop of tho Meuse. On the left, even more effectually than else where. Hoii-i-al Peialn's troops cover SUCCESS-POWER Thinking Is What Makes Money Tim thinking Dynamo of U.il l.es US. i:i fort T'coplc i think. This is why such u Urge percentage ol business eiion is unsuccc&s- '"iful. Much of what is called thinking memories, or tlie forecasting of future forebodings. There Arc inn Sides to Ml Question: There in always a right solution lo PVI.-y problem, ihrongh exnerience i i,, ,,,-,1,.,. ,,, r,,i ,i,.. nn r answer. ... ...h, ,.,.. i, ,,,ileklv moved J x tl1ir thinking shall be governed by j permanently successful action. , Think ami Think Well l ie. is are born in tlo process ot thinking. I Ideas a re ihe i e.il tilings whiih may be grouped and used by mankind. Pleas arc the salable products vf mans mind, and they bring the most and the quickest money. Ideas arc the first essentials, ill progress. I e IM'iigiTNdvo Ideas Look beyond what you now know for thp new land the belter and the n-.ore perfect Pig yourself out of (he rut you are in. Po not remain longer in the ranks on. s, Xo one iv or goes up the luddt r Hew aud pivgress,Vo ideas. I vclnp Vour bilit In 'Hi ink V using jour mind faculties. Jt is never self It i.s never too tariv to decline of others. When Vou role upon what others tell von. it loo imior.int or too indol-ht tn think for yourself. II. la the ability of others to dpi ule for him will never be Impressl-.ir. upon the world. Your positive iharaiter impels others to believe tn vou. Vou build your positive character by knowing th truth about everything that vou do. tCopyritfht, ISPi, by basil 1.. Smith, l'luladclphla tho real core of the defense, entrench ed as they are on the overlooking h from Head Man Hill to the Tin- Hermans cunot hope to break this line without paying fear ful loll to (ieneral i'ctain. He is very willing to sell th enemy even a little more ground at the same insensate "'.V . , , ., I rue pinceis uicn ii;lc noi ooiu- lie. work and are unlikely to do it. Once mote the hammer came into play and the central attack was resumed. This I time the Hermans tried to burst ! through by fighting up th- ravine which rises and narrows between I'ort Dou.iiiiiioiH and its southeastern neighbor Foil Vaux, topping the hill a mile and a half av.-ay. on the way up to the saddle between inese lies. the village ot aux. I'lcr-, ir anj- whero, the fate of Verdun may lie J decided, and lure the flermana nrei still making a clowning bid for sue-! cess after four days' butchery, said to exceed all hitherto even in the ghastly records of the battle of Verdun. -!..! :.. v.. in- i I.'Mii. in I On Wednesday the enemy reached lie slices ol aUK anil lieiu men foolini; for an hour before they were swept down the slopes again by the counter-attack. The Herman bulletins made the excited and entirely ficti tious announcement that they had act-i ... . . ... . i ... i . 'rii.i ' ually apiorcu uie r on ue um. prei ipitate r.ilsi hoou ol ine uuiiciio only proved how ardently the enemy i-iivU iliis position, 'in Thursday, to make good the error or the nc, me; altacK was resumed woo smi t still vehemence. The Herman brigrades j more went down b' for once more went uuuii i.n ioie ' . artil- p,,. lll.1,.lil. K U1KS !U,d bayonet i8W.s t,.,t uric then thought , w i h j . to L-ej coded si: There was short pause in Friday. All night the bombardment thumb village held I' mans, again red upon the remains ot me of Vaux the ruined houses y the French. Then the Hern-gat dless of life, came on in attack after attack. They curried the houses up to thn church standing strangely between these fierce combatants while amongst thej broken walls beyond our ailics slid, hold on. Hut that was not all. The I ..... i icneiuy again attempted jo reacn uu- on st carrying the fort. They won some way up the slopes, only to be broken mm repulsed before they could reach the wire engailglements below brow of tin- i,li. aiiallic- Heavy. this fighting must Tim I this fighting must cost, the i She sneered. "That Hermans lu.outi casualties a day is algrani." reasonable estimate, and their total loss must soon amount to i'liO.nilO, If that figure has not already been reached. The maddening position for the'cii"iny is stu-h that the Huns may still entertain hopes which it is not necessarily part of Hencral Pctnin's policy to extinguish. What is left of the crown prince's ill-starrci) repula 't ton is in Jeopardy. The lloolns arc so near and yet so Dir. The e idclw probability now is that they will strive to drive on and stake all on the issue. If they get Verdun it will cost them more than any local objective has ever cost ihe Teuton race in all the ages of Its secular struggle with tho Haul: Nor will the P.oches be one foot N in Mind We are the result of what our generally are too lazy and too Indifferent to is but tho entertaining of pleasant This right solution is reached either by analysis or What mu fail to think nut correctly you must work Whatever von conclude by analysis In nractiie. IVtermine always that right motives. Right motiv es insure f the w ho self do, s satisfied lint do and so b indifferent y applying our tm to . ability to llnnk is d-velnped by late to begin to think for your 1 1 epi as conclusive the thoughts is because you are w ho is a believer aide to make any is the force that nearer the only result which could profit them that of breaking the Frunco-llritish front. All tho experi ence of the lad three weeks nhown that front to be Impregnable. The (i( rmaim are tenting it elnewhere than at Verdun. They have nuddenly bitten inin i ho French iionitloim near ine familiar roKion of Uerry-nu-ltnc- lmrthwent of Hheims long unm' n tioncd In the communiques. In the hope of hclpiiiB the plan on the Mouse there may be yet heavier diversions In other quarters between the Vonges and tho .sea. As we have said again and again, there in no reason why the allies nhnuld allow their own plans to he deranged. That the pjiemy would attack us in the wed la what we have always hoped. The niuin aim for nome time yet in to keep killing the largest re lative proportion of lloches. Cm the terms of the three wei kn' battle for Verdun, leaving the enemy still far from the goal they hoped to reach in a few days, the Germans have done the" bent for their opponents and the worst for themselves. They will have lost permanently more offensive) and defensive force than any possible gain of ground on the Mouse can now re pay. If the allies had arranged this drama they could hardly have planned It more to their own advantage. Major Moraht, amazed more and more by the French resistance, cries out that "these are not like the men our fathers vanquished at Metz." He is wrong. It Is the same France, Thero is no Uazalne. With Scissors and Paste A 1'IIIST ;l ll)i: TO BKAl'TV. (Thomas Whitney Surette, In the Atlantic. 1 lly singing, and h.v singing only, a liltlo child if five may come in con tact with a pure and perfect form of licguty. Not only that, but the child can reproduce this beauty entirely un nided, and in the process of doing no its whole being body, mind, heart and soul is engaged. The song, for the moment, Is the Child. There is no possible realization of tho little person ality comparable of this. Here, in sounds, is that correlation of impulses in which the stars move; here Is the world of order and beauty In minia ture; here is n microcosm of life; here Is a talisman against the cold unmean ing facts which are drive n into child ren's brains to jostle one another in unfriendly companionship. Through this they can feel a beauty and order and sequer.ee which th' ir minds arc incapable of grasping. The Joy which a child gets in reproducing beautiful melodies is like no other experience in life. Ill ;kl(; INTO I'AKMIMi. (Countryside Magazine.) How can I make a start?'' ask men who hav grown tired of uncongenial i ii iu i I i,nu Certain things seem clear jj, - rd, the 1IIUIYIUUUI DIUM III' HI!- l"i j .i :..! .1 .. . i .1 . ..1.1 .. I himself just which line of work hp prefers, and then lie siioiiiu secure a jfTood knowledge of the theory of it.: jTiie next thing is to develop a know-j ledge of the practice of the work, undj about the only way to do so is act- 'tially to work awhile at it. Pon't bejttation I too badly alarmed! In this day the jfaiming businesses are crying for i labor, and the workers are paid well - .. - norvlc.es. Next, he ought .. , . place "unseen;'1 he ,)()k ,;v,, the prospective farm, , , i . i .canon, son, cumaic, inar- kets, labor conditions. Tn short, he must be prepared to j ha mile a farm business like any other i business. He must be tireiutrpil for h , ,,1.,-s.t..., nd keen mental work ,. ,...,,., (lf th..s PS1)e(,nllv (of the latter, he need not be afraid jto venture into n farming prnpospion, for it will repay his efforts. F.ut if I he hasn't this ability, let him stay right where he is. Never let him attempt to show the natives how to farm, forj without good business management be-) hind it, h" will find farming about the I hardest work with the poorest pay ,a I p'Hl'b 1'OI.ITI- ITCTIOX. The great author's favorite hero igazod upon the favorite heroine with tno hdeolm ferocity of real love. "You (cannot refuse me, hi ilove Is too great to be sniffed, resisted," is a mere My epl- "An epigram is an eternal cl vstalli-l 11111 oro icmai tunes, tans enuiiig ine o. r J , , , .... nistent loose cough. A splendid remedy nation of the truth. I fr ,rolM.,itis. ,,, ,r ooiirLs, bronchial "Oh, no. An epigram is a lie so asthma and whooping cough, well said that we wish It might lie! PiT1(,x j8 a special and hMilv eonceti truth." ' ' trated comiiouiid of jienuine Sorway pins He began bititig his nails in tri- nniph. "You must admit then that you nt least wish my love could overpower on." "I admit nothing." She was cryptic, mysterious, wonderful. "The price of admission is more than i can pay." He spoke like a man gone broke with great emotion. "Have you ever thought what life would be without me?"( "Often. It is my fondest dream." "You dismiss tne then?" "No. I marry you. That's the end) or the dory and i Ret rid of you. ' The hero laughed pitilessly. "You cannot escape so easily. We shall meet again in our author's next story. He cannot get along without us." "I suppose we must expect that. Hut at hast we may be strangers for a few hundred words before we begin tills sort of thing all over again. I have only one hope." "You hope you may some day learn to care for me?" "Never. I hope our author may get a really new Idea and chuck is both forever." She resumed her pose of I haughty incompatibility and the story went on. Onii-g Yr'rri n S-lhMbwnforlSyerti0!dI&MUrctmBtMBeinl . ,f It Is light tnoorh to oil wtch: htTT twnth to od a lawn a. Oo soft ' becOTie a Utyftaai Hint. JtUkca rui I cuces dota th best al chepert Anrt'nMbjelrpreTccUra metal iiufcej, lndoon and out, fafiirtl'mite. . . . . . ... , (r-ta FMf J-Ht-Onm. Writefrenroniffvmpiena inj u'"'"VSu Pint for ou. j-to-VneiolilcTrrTwlierin4iibaRI: ihcio.j,vj.,vvw . , Dour). Al la Daunted Handr Oil 1 O ABKOAOWAy MEDICINES, LIKE MEN 1 III 0 ( haractci Appearance, Ou,,. II y. Merit, KcmiIU. The first favorable impression tnado by Mood's Sarsaparilla Is confirmed by continued use. It Is a hariiumi I combination of compatible imrr...ii cuts, perfect pharmaeeutieally t1;,t Is, it is the finest product of mod skilful pharmacy. And in therapeutic value or power to cure It is un0 of tlip host medicines America, has ever produced. iiij the practical side, which of course is the most important to you, Hood's Sursaparilln for forty years has been demonstrating its curative power In relieving complainls arising from impure blood, low state of health,- poor digestion, inactive, kid neys and liver. For your humors, or for rheum atism, weak stomach, loss of appetite that tired feeling take Hood's s-.iv-aapurilla. It will do you goud. DRINK A GLASS OF REAL HOT WATER BEFORE BREAKFAST. Say we will both look and feel clean, tweet and fresh and avoid Illness. s-antitary science has of late made rapid strides with results that are of untold blessing to humanity. The lat est application of Us untiring research lis th recommendation that It is as necessary to attend to internal sanita tion of the drainage system of the hu man body us it is to the drains of tin; house. Those of us who are accusloined to feel dull and heavy when we arise, splitting headache, stuffy from u cold, foul tongue, nasty breath, acid stom ach, can, instead, feel as fresh as a dii.sy by opening the sluices of tic system each morning and flushing out the whole of the Internal poisonous stagnant matter. Kveryono, whether ailing, sick or well, should, each morning before breakfast, drink a glass of real hut water with a tcasponnful of limestone phosphate in it to wash from the Stomach. l,icr and bowels, the pre vious day's indigestigle waste, sour bile and poisonous toxins; thus cleans ing, sweetening and purifying the en lire alimentary canal before putting more food into the stomach. The ac tion of hot water and limestone phos phate on an empty stomach is won derfully invigorating. it cleans out I all the sour fermentations, gases, : waste und acidity and gives one a I splendid appetite for breakfast. While I you are en.ioying your breakfast the I phosphated hot water is quietly ox i trading a huge volume of water from the blood and getting ready for a I thorough flushing of all the inside i Th"lnillii.ns of people w ho an organs. both i ered with constipation, bilious spells. trouble, rheumatic stiffness; others who have sallow skins, blood 'disorders and sickly complexions are ; urged to get a quarters pound of lime (stone phosphate from the drug store. : Th is will cost very little, but is sufl'i j clout to make anyone a pronounced crank on ihe subject of internal san- 3& iiXj)Si-5!SS5)S- Makes Stubborn Coughs Vanish in a Hurty Surpridngly Good Cough Syrtip Fndly and hcauly W VI a do nt Hume If some on" in your family lias an ob stinate conyli or a l id throat or elicst colli that lias been hanging on and refust's to yield to treatment, get from any drug store L!! ouiics of I'liiex and make it into a pint, ot cough syrup, and wiilcli timt coii"h vanish Pour the 2:, ounces of Pines (ad cents worth I int a pint buttle and lill "it'1 J'1'"" granulated sug-;ir 'Zr supply -of a most elleetive reineilv, at a savins' ol !. A dav s use will umuiIIv j overcome a hard oouttli. Kasily prepared 111 .) minutes lull directions with l uiex. Keeps perfectly and lias u pleasant taste. Children like it. It's rcallv remarkable how prompUv nnd easily it loosens the drv, hoarse or tight coiiith mid heals the inllanied mem branes in n painful cough. It also stops the I'orinutinti of phlegm in the throat extract, rich in guaiacol, which is sa luuling- to the membranes. Avoid disappointment by asking- vour drug-gist for -2V3 ounces of Pinex," ami do not accept unv thiny else. A una ran tee of absolute satisfaction goes with thin preparation or money promptly refunded, l'bo Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne, liid. . THR MKYRKS CO., IXC. Ornrrnl Distributors Albuquerque, .. M. fyiKinKya US ot . Nw Yss CTV