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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Thursday, December 21, 1916. 1.1 l: . IMH'KMi:T NKWKrAPICB I'llhll.tifl br Hl JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. I A M A ' TN I list i.N . . W T M. ti.li'iiT . I. I. M. A II. I-11. It V MdlPiAN' M I. K" Nr.l Kilt" i ll Ivlll 'r K.III'T UrHtrrn Itt-iiri-t-iiliillvr I. J. AMU IISIIN. Unnurll Hlilg , I till nf, Ill rimlrrlt UeprrmrntntU II M I'll II. Ml I I H.AM, IB Turk How, Vitrti tMitri'il n. m . "litl I'laM lilitttf-r at I It" I, .at . f n , r i,f All iii,iii I nut. N M. umlfr Ai l if l VniM'FM "f Mm, h I, ." l,BT,r t u. u!.,ti"ri ihnn ( ri y i.iiur iuiu-r in .tt Mli.. 'Jim ' nly pnit-r In Nw Mt-xki, I. it it, l rvt-ry tlinr In lht- vtar 1 KH MM OK Hl'llm 'Kill 1' S Dullr. by I'liimr i.r ! mull, mi riienih, .Mi t.iiriy, In aihurir 17 Hi Ni 1 1 . K ' i) HI lis it I H l.llrf Siit..i rll.i'i. I lh .bairrml lit li wrltlriK ( Iim. I lit Ir paper rlmme'l la ft fi.w ml-lit-., irni. I Ihi uii Pi kivi, th ,!'! B,llri'.. '"liu. Alumina Ji-iurml tun a hiKlu-r tirru In l ir,rj ri t idk iiitiii I. f -r tli-.l in nv I'llirf 'Hn r in Nrw Mi Klcu." Tim Alni'tlriui N m .lt-r tnrn-inry TIIK JOFILNAl, Ikc mil print" lty hour" arnl thirty minute of H'luiilvcly A"'irlilP(l I'rcsfi leased wire uprvir rnch week. No other newspaper published In rew Mexico tnhci nnir llinn twenty-four tioum of Ansorlntrd I'res nervlc durum hp week. Tin i: '1ay rn: fm in:it 21, inn; u 11 vr somi; om; mi st no. Mi I wi i n 11 uniiter 11111I a, tin II n ttiittitv ago we used to I : ! nlniiit Ihi' (in ill American desert mill nee I' illlllleil Oil till' It I II 1 K Of till' old goUg- inpliii'H Ami iniiii' r 11 1 1 y we have heard mill ivml mil1 h nlioiit "iliv I in inlnif," by which 11 ih'lli li'iiiy of moisture In oveicome by more cartful i nil Iv iitlnn. Ami Irrigation fioin time in IIiiip occupies tliP pliitfol'lii ntiil de sires money spent for iiwlf. Thru- inn sections of New Mexico 111 whhh 'dry fa lining" 1 11 11 .'iml has j 1 1 i n iniiili' piiy, but iiarlii 11IIV every i i.i'in of wo h luiui Iiiih been hnmii- li .iili il, iiinl I hoiiMi ml 1 1 1 1 1 1 tliiinii null of in n' of Ilium t'H .iili il IhihIm In 1 In- dry "huh iii'irr linyp punl uml 1 1 ii 1 en n pny pxri'pl fur fcinzliiK, ml tin- nil', in of Mli'1'r.'.l.fill niiizinn IIM, I,!' liil'KP. Il cuMh llliollt lid .IH'll III tilkp I'lllP of l11" lll'Uil of :i I -lit- us II ilni'H lo nii'p fni I , mm In. ni, I 1 t on 1', Him In ml. Tlii-rp nrr tin Kii.it Ami'iirmi ilri II In any mine Tropin Iihvp Iphi'IhmI liow lo j:i'l uml coiihtrvp thn wutci, i'iof.inK liu. .lornmlo ilrl Muoito of Nrw .Mixii'o Ih no lonxi'i' a "Journey of ili'.ilh." TlioimiimlN of lii-iiil of cat tip fi'iil upon It (HIil ppoplo 1 1 vo Ii:iiiI ly wit ri in Hh Irni (In , lint II In not 1111, 11 i Ii iiIIhi al country uml never can In-, uml It In no pl.uc for a man to iiiltiiipl to Mvu on u Minuter mci' t.oii, a half Hielloii nr 11 ttectlon, 'l'lie MiialeHt tlilmt which call h done fur .New Mi xico now Ih not to 111 1 n. Thrrrfnro trixpH arp laid mid endow tiiciklH miide In order lo xi'i iih Hip nil vhiiIiiki'k of thn ri'iiilu d in lionl- j Intf. I'ul. the powerH that pay for our ; t.i hooliiiK ait' entllli'd In M e to il th.it I we lire Klven thp Hurt of ediieiillon .(hat il eimhlii iih tu pay hui k, and ' mime lump. For that leation, If fm iim other, Nrhool courMt'H Hhntild hi' hu ilevi.-id II H In elve UK I lit? lust pns'.ilile ll.nnliiK for efficient life niter we h.ivp icarhed the eainlm; m-'e. I'nr rPiiluriPH !rei k .Hid I. 'tin doiu. In.itt d the cmiit'i H of hhidy laid down In the I'liliHc m'IiiioIm ami cullecen. The le.lHiill for ('lull llomllia llie oiiu' 'nally was Dial all hookH of I'liieral 1 11 ' u lal ion, if the It 1 111 mav he per iiillti'l. wile written In Hie I. aim l.ni- KiuiKe II w-in then a ulilllv la 11 1: 1 1 a -e, ; 1 1 k t iih the French, Cermaii, Siiinh and KiiHSlan laii;uaKin are utlllly lan "iiai'eH todav. The I.allu and the ilipck me utllltv lanim,ii;eN to'lav on- to I lump people who make iheir llvlnu hv teachiui' Ihii'-c lani'iiace" 1ho an: not of the HliKhlenl ulililai 'an ailvanlare to the pi i .on In whom they lire tauuhl iiiiIomm he eypei'ls tu leonine a teacher of Hum tiler. The nniiiher of mich pcrouH must of ne reKf.lt y Ip very llllllted. Any Hi linol thai falln to fll the atu- deiit for pavlni; IiIh shall! of Hie lace expense Is ii"t incetlnt! Hh ohi,'a lions, hii'iv nurmal Indhidiial must leave more In the world than he nl out of il. That is what the aM'iar.e man has hcen doiiiK fiom the til 111 of the race till now. That work iiiuhI not only he kept up, hut the nnioiinl left In the world over that lakeii out of the world miiHt hp liicreaHed lo nieel the ilemamlH of modein cHlllZ'i' lion. 'I'll ih mailer Ih vital In New Mexico today, and those who do not meet the I sit iia t ion Hiiuarelv and enthusiastically ! must he leplaceil hy oIIicim who un jdeislaml ami have the will to do.' 1. INDIA'S iMi.i i:ci: tiitows. Tin: KINGS' LIST .. .. " - - ..S7i.. 1 mUrjT'-"" ' ' - . . , ..... . '!"..:...'.. Herman, In the Rumanian und In the Kiissian Irench hOHpilalN, tlio record mij:ht rrad: Say, "I'lemicr Trepoff, I kIvc tile Kindly, uml the lives of my wlfo and children that the czar may have a v inter port on the Bosporus." And the (ionium might he asked to licit" his trench catechism: ft:, "I isive my Minded eyes no that ilcrmaiiy may, have her place in the j 1111.'' l or each and all of these, weak vic tims let stroiiK nun weep. A met h a 11 1 cadem must have hcen Im prcHsed with the lreiucnt ipioti lloim from Ahiaham Lincoln hy the j Ma Icsiiieii ' of Kill npi I con made mini leaders, hut the of the helliml'ent pnweiH Those quotations have often hy the IIi'IIIhIi French have hcen a close Mtcmiil. Kven In far-off Kiimi Mil the iluina was enlightened little more than a year ago hy an extensive limitation from Lincoln in an address hy the mliililcr of foreign affairs. Hut the latest Is from Ihc mldiesH of I ,lo d -I ieoi gc defining the position of Hie I tltish government on the pence proposalH advanced I y 1 let 'ninny. II Is difficult to conceive of how any thing clearer mid molo fitting could he found in all literal urn than the folk lowing quotation used hy the HiHIhIi premier to illustrate the position of thn iiIIIch: "We accepted HiIh war for an ohjeol. and a woi Id ohlei t, and X V . -T -' ,-oftUTV ? -r 'fu: . " l,e - . ,?.::a'-.tty:rr-' 4 . --'--.-.i.'.:r'.-;.v;rvrV-;-t'v;.'f- I H--JrsS X VlB' ";"tf'".'"'.Mr; v.VLr ltek :vjr V'tiy- Flt'f&WfyK -r-fT'i s r, fftkfi' ' -r Ji iih, iff i . ; i i imoi.vs i.om.im; ion riLt i:. (Hrand hillock. ) Mutual forgiveness, jmmiuliatc rc i om illation, hrothcrly love, were not Im Ins contemporaries, and their ha tt.d hole its inevitiihle fruit in the t it ti l days of the reconstruction that followed. Hecause they could not it 1 1 1 1 e i stand Lincoln, men of his time nvileil and ridiculed him, measure:! him l y the standard with which they iih- isured themselves, und, in Judging Mum, Judged only themselves. Them selves impractical, they thought htm impiactical who was the most practl ial of men; thought him ignorant who v. as the wist st ot men; sneered ai him as uneducated him on whom degrees ami doctor's hoods would have ap p' licd pinciilici'k and ridiculous! And Ins fiile in hie, in death, was the on, ly late and the immortal glory of all the prophets and saviors of thu world. As the scenes in the great war receded, as the perspective length em d and passions cooled men came lo see how ureal, how mighty, how original lie was. As slowly they grew in I he national spirit he hrcathed in to tin in, as mankind in Ins upward striving reached towards his stature, I hey hegiin to recognize in him not only Ihc fust, hut the ideal American, I realizing in his life all that America is and hopes ami dreams. And more and more, as time i,roes on, lie grows upon thu mind of tlio world. The figure of Washington, the first of American heroes, has taken on the cold and classic isolation of a inarlilc statue. Hut Lincoln even though inevitiihle legend has envelop ed him in his refracting1 atmosphere, icmauis dearly human, and the com mon man may look upon his sad and homely face and find In it that quali ty of character which causes him to levore and love him as u familiar friend, one of the coimnon people whom, as he once humorously said, "Hod must have loved hecuise he made so many of them." Depositors First THIS It A X K X i: V k U liiiitOOKs rill': I'.xor THAT I'lNi ITUST Dl'TV Is Tou.uui its ii:iosir. oils. IT WAXTs Mtoi'lTs, hi t tiii:v n un siroM) ritAci:. MXTHITV I IItST. vi: aiavays ki:kp i- MIXI) THAT 1:T:RV IiOIt. i.Ait i)i:rosrii:i iiruii HAS TO in: 1'AII) hack. The Citizens Bank Central Ave. and 3rd Street THE BANK OF PERSONAL SERVICE Help for Bronchial Trouble and Cough FWith the C UN MAKERO I'l .Z TKA(ii:tY. Klhcl's papa has a ed front piaz..a, end when the ol Hod. I hope II that time." The words wen war will ect In at ta Ined under will never end until History of Monroe Doctrine - In its Various Developments l et im enlarged homestead law The Woii1h were spoilt n hy Lincoln niiouch congii'ss, hut to get all of I reuni ding the Hampton Hoads con Hie twenlv three million acics avail- j tcrence proposed hy Hie confederacy i-hlo turmd over to the slate to he i in Fcl'iuary, I Mi.", and reluctantly ac lold for endowment funds for the,,dcd to hv I'lcsidciit Lincoln. Lin -M houlH and the maiiitenaiii e of thuletdn and Seeretiiiy of State KeWar l nihil. The I oa ds. I met A IcXIl tiller Steiini fis . "vn n in est piM 'ceils of such lands could he . dent ,,f the coiilcil el a t (' Hlates, and lemlily invested In iihoilutt; nccui two other sonlhel n l. tire.'eiilallves; ties yielding iml less than 4 per cent. ! ,u l.incnln refii'icl to make any run The fai In loan lsiard homls would af turd such .motility, and the hanks of New Mexico would give iideiuale Ponds fm a t ousidei ahle aiiioiinl of thp monoV at i pci cent. This state never can he dennelv populated The road pinldtni must iiIwhvs niii. im a grave one and the h hool InU'N nuisl couliuiie hcavv, mi ll ss the piilihe lands can ho made to lake i a I i' of Hu -e lull dtilll Tins laud iim he had lloiu Hie fed f lal govt innii lit II some of our states men go nficr it in coniluiiatlon Willi Hie miiiil.il, fiom Hie piil'ili- land itaits. of hotli liiiiiscM of cnngiCNi. Col the man who will deliver Hie i-ui'ds New Mexico has a monument waiting and futiittt gencratiomi will I isc up t.l-c.ill hint Llesi,cd. (IiHiiIim excepl u ncond 1 1 loiia I surrcn- dt r, though he piomi I licloiio V and said that he piisonally favored com pensation for the id ivca freed. lie made it plain lln oui;li"iil thai he was fighllng for an Idea, ami, much as lie al'hoiied war, much as he lunged fur peace, he declined that he Imped Hie war would never end until Its ul'ji cl had hcen accomplished, The luiiftreitii was wise llian useless. Any cunliiciice of the warring fac- f Furopo now would he eiiially t inns list less. Ltucnln lives todav w tu Id w Ide. his w 01 ds I 'l II i'-ll pi line lining Ull T lit It SCHOOLS Ml M' IMI. 1. illv i ned ..list i fit man is i c k- i I of Ins community, pin sic, ill y lit horse. . a I'plv mg to a w ui k Phv as an ; IS CM The l.iw t, nil log hoi st apt 1 1 it s tn a mall who IH 11 ll l tu w.ak with hand m Plain. t:.io'i.s t'tnoate an avciage man is Wi.ith ui, ..in Mil t'i- hundred dollais li Veil to Hie gi , c ,il good, a ml n ck -on Ins lost ,v tlc.itli at nlioiit five thousand dollar. '!.oiu:l, the temleiicv 1" to llliliH-e Iliiil ("tllliale. Horses I ar il less, 1 lo l Il.i-rr dentil Is it Miiallei loss. ),ni ri,. tii), ling or de liioving of anv. pio.lactivc unit Is a loss lo the coin ml wolf. itu, whether the lioit Is tr.Hii, l:i.i.. in machine. i:ciy lap.ilde hor.e or machine lipnstnts an in v i ,-i on t, t if v.ilu.iMe l i ior a i d iiiatiii.il I t .oh i . , in t s t'i the pi mho mi; ai i in ,i. pi f ,,, 1 1 1 jowcis ii all pro, pi iiu mills man on. ps in the ptodia ing age ti t hi :iv lil-l dflioi Soin, power oul'ide of rill'M lVt ". tl.it. taken ih,. I sl,. t,( , mi;. I lug eai h of 1 1 n Ihnoigli the lung gaum. IpI of ' hid .lis. ,i... s p ,si the ,1,1,1,, ,., nf Hie old Mumming hole and 111,1 j high ll ph' tlte, l.te.tdllv and mi-! (trudgingtv oivcstiiiK In fluid mid clothes und cxpcn-ive cdiic.itiun mi 1h clisnce of our pi, mii if off t'.r h-an iftr reaching thp prodm-ini,- rrp. Kor thp major pint of our educa tion others thun nor pirrnts have laid Irt till. '1 he state ami the (Lurch regard ediuatioii as too Im portant a matter to he left to ths ability or the Judgment of the purv his fame grows are repeated hy is no great oc casions, hv lietich pri'inleis, l.v ,'i li tisHla n minister of foreign affairs, hy an Indian Mcciov. His Ideas grow with their Intei pi elation .v great iiunil-i of siicceediiig gene la t iuiis, and hecoiiie r'unles lur nianktud. lic'iueul l.v we speak of Lincoln as lypieiilli A met lean. I'ossildy no oth i r nation cmld have pindiu'ed sin I) loan with mull caleei, hut he was nut tvploallv Aiuiihtin. If sn no olher Aiiieiicau has ilscn tu t tit- tvpe lie was rnnr" than American, lie was a great soul, a great intellect, trans j l ending lis time and place 1111,1 peo ple. When 1 m leads his welds, when one studies his deeds and his attitude toward hiimnniti1, when one considers! lis gentleness and kindliness and his fii iriness In pursue a hhtudv Miliard In liiilinlelphia lailger.) I Strange thai the linlcil States m v j it eelehrates Hie hh thilay of one of .the momentous things In ils history---t ho Monroe doct l ine. I For three ccntnilos after America I was found nnyhudy was free to giah I any part of it they could take or- hold. I For IIOII veins the Americas were a homestead fur t he world. Then up sieps a gi nlle ami elderly Vlrgiritni and .vaytc 'y-'tH'in lunv-ou all I the hunt thai Is .011 this side of the j ocean hi-longs lo us ami to nui- de- si 'cm la nt.i tuifVii' "Hcncefi'ii ii im, I fur all time every I art nf the two Ainciicas must ho governed hy those who arc now here uml hv their' children." That was a, hlanket mortgage on the western hemisphere. I'acsar had novel- done 11 11 t h 1 1 1 14 so hold as lire pacifist Mini roe when telling Iwu thirds of the world I ha I It had lo l.i ep oil' the other third. The Monroe doctrine Is iniiity t hi eo vena old lo.l.iv, Fngltsliiuen Inslsl that Hcingi. I'aiining and nut .lames Monroe Was Ihc father of 1!. 1 '.inning did .0 1 1 1 .1 1 1 pi ,,pu;.e to I he I iiitcl Mali -i that il sh iiihl loin Kngl land in n .ikinc a decl.i 1 1 1 mn iniilai lo the Monioe doiiiiii'., Thi-Twas nx months hefore liesidcii' Monroe 111 I , nuldni Mexico, hup I unlet ahilllt 1 1 n- mil il" I Ml I , vv hen pushing into .Mexico passt d congress he Monioe illic it I1 In AI: iat n heart 1 W here ' 1 nun 1 1 v 11, Mei iml hot fury in her heart ic 11:111 1 ne mivamage 01 1 n (.n,,j and simple social organ- They sat Tin; A Igcrnoli's Newly paint' He has a Piazza. When with tohai 00 juice 'twas tainted 'hey had that front pia..a painted. That tainted I'iar.za painted. Algernon called around perchance That night arrayed in goodly pants, That night perchance In gorgeous pants. 1 imaging- Kthel in a chat, on that piazza down he sat ''Poley'n Honey and Tar Coiupouna acti more like a food than a medicine.! Mr. Will G. Richmond, Inglcwooil, Ta if., says: "I wish to rpcomm,.mi I'oluy s Honey and Tar Compound ns it has greatly benefitted me lor bronchial trouble, and cough. It acts so well n harmony with nature tli.it it is more like a food than a medicine." Foley's Honey and Tar Compound tins a wonderfully quick way of soothing and healing the raw tickling surface of the throat mid bronchial tubes. It eases the tlgiitness over the chest raises the phlegm easily, and helps tlie stubborn rucking cough that Is bo ex hausting nnd weakening. It is the best medicine you can buy, nnd better than anything you can make fur coughs, colds, spasmodic croup' whooping cough, la grippe and bron chial roughs. hoarseness, ticldinjj throat and stuffy wheezy breathing. It contains no opiates, and Is acceptable to the irrost sensitive stomach. 1r Every user ia a friend. Koyal Drug Company. Quick Way to End Coughs, Colds atzd Croup An Fivcclir-.it. Inexpensive Home. Mntlp Itemeil.v Hint in Prompt mid ?iire. i ind lull iritcina- ( rowdi'il popiilaiiun t innn l responsihil il y. She has In make her fight ns gladia tors had to in the Human a inphit be lli tangled net. u she- of Hie Monroe dml Hip French wen ineniseivt s 1 I III: It ( KW ASH OF WAi:." A teseliilion then pass, d congress ( I , l 1 nif Journal.) jviiiually repenting the Monioe due- Not li im; moves us any more. We trine nnd insisting Hint its pi ineiplcs 1 have accustomed ourselves tn the ic ooservcii. 1 strong1 meat of war. We read with- I ' 'lilt I ehstei', w hen secretary of slati ins message in 1 iuii'.i'1-...s on I lie. .mini I n h mi 1 '.; h ai li, 1 X ' H, i n 11 in ia 1 1 d his I a 11 h ins pi 1 11' I i H.niv (alinl I P"' : na v aint.llc of .la iocs Molina The man win, penned th out retching ('ai l V. Ai kerrnan's dis Oliici'lllV evtelldeil the seoini of I l.ateh lion, llliinania the doctrine in this manner: 1 "Cvery liundretl yards there is "Thu. io.'i' a,,,. i.unniilKated by Jies- smuit h 111 ,j de.i. Iviiu: in Itninania lias been iidherid tn hv IThe ininitiy is mad Willi terror: clur. j os M-igns eveiyw hole, and the misery J of t lie inha I. hunts Is horrible." Il is r.ithei odd tn Lid such a dis patch I rum a male war con espundeiit for the men have contented llicm ..!.,.. f,..1 Hi." ::-.(::! part with pom pous dispalehes about the movement .01 troops and the gallant processes of I ' I he u-i eat gain,.. 1 Tlio w nun -ii who have penetrated I the war zone and have waitten alone j have used Hie bleeding pi 11. Il I'c i maim d I", r a woman, Klhm .;i Mntte, j a I'i t'lieh mil -sc. in her I k, "The I Hackwash nf War." In iliavv Ihn real " ' 1 ill.'.pilie 1,1 ai'i.y j , 1 ,-an ,, (I,,, lav a i iralols The lael Ihal II, e oil it I .1 : As dl.'.tlllgilished fr. tuis suhst iiienllv iiiliel, l.iiglaml in j lie and the dainty. ( If v 1 1 1 1 ja 1 1 V all it had lialtllt d III tin wise ' torn ol the liillnal 11 les-.eied the force of the fact Ihal she 1 ill, 1 '.., take the land, hill had tol who tells us each da hleiil Monro all political parties, and I now ile, 111 il proper to assert the einrilly import ant principle thai hereafter no terri tory on this continent shall be 10 gaiihil as suhiecl of transfer lo a lairnpean power." J The effect of Webster's theory was! Ihal every tool of huth Americas he- I longed fiuever In the people then re- 1 siding here and in their descendants. I lieshleiit Cleveland gave a lei ntio llldol . tint-lit to I he Monroe duel 11 lie j in ixii.i when I1. 111. la ml had ilsdispule vMin v cm aicia ever a I'oiinuarv line. He foice.l Juno Hull In hack down And when an hour or so had passed He Hied to rise, hut, oh! stuck fast At last ' Stuck fast! Fair Kthcl shrieked, "It is the paint! And Tainted in a deadly faint This saint Did faint. Algernon sits there to this day He can not tear himself away A way '! Nay, nay! His pants are firm, the paint is dry JJc's Jin'lihig c,ls.c. to do but die To die- - fill my! Fugetie LST.x. 'John,1 Field in St. Louis Times in si ii-: wov. said his wife, "I have a Why am 1 like The t him; Ihal la ough I mi 1 he doc Irine was this France, lius. ia. I ; 11s- j dnii 1 me 1 la ami Aie, 1111 had cm, dined tn sup. land a li press a rehellmu In Spam, ami against , licet- In pretests Ihal , mn tuna l lull i Wash 1111: was limiting toward South Ion nrv nopal Hal aw aid. v i.iui v planned die is our pic-cut 1 muse's uuivci im I I inn s vv ii h Wood Monroe ! st 1 , a m ;,m ,.111.- Ii; beast ill the idle 1 1 l:i I -111 ma to ailtnil a -tale "em 1 espnn -al the front," V "f a. glorious in -pain : In iding 1 es.'.ion.s ills, ,n .; Imii I'X-licsi what In- ipe 11W.1v as Nor I h raid the ,, 'ill.' Illl' l bet II oti, t sine,, t oil pursue a blnudv war until j . .. the end to he achieved had been ac- j,, p,, ,,in l-inglaiitl of powt'is was I iutaua with ; a lining I hemseh I 111 t hat 1 ,,iil 111. ni I lit'sldelit Munioe a dents .lei f.-r sun and M should do a I, mil keepm f 1 om Soul h A mi l lea a -A uiertea. The 1 1, 11, 1 and pa Wlote Mi. Ill, 1, btnilv Mi. uibl he made 'in d taled 11 usade " .liiiet-.iii. who stood in rclatioiis toj Monroe ahoiit as .Malk ll.llili.l .I'd '.n Kllilcv. was lal1 more spciili'1, le st ion asked In M011 1 no was j wuicnt"iis which has ev ci j d tti ml com empla t mn if independence." then outlined .1 1 1 1 1 Milium- :' la ' 1 11:1 1 ft I al cnlh'ge V lien I 7. w vv ii K later lieca me an uf W ;i si 1 1 n c 1 1 1 1 1 '.s : li n v . Hut tun and .Mniirin- wpic never 1 1 ii-ndlv lei nis. fur the ; pen, draws e and mot row, this oagiiialed at poittails that noan as they conundrum for you a popular story . "Hecause everybody admires you." "That isn't the answer." 'What is if, then'';' "Hecause" and she glanced at her calico dress "I'm never out of print." Then, in spite of war prices, he cHiild do nothing else hut stump up lor u new cost time. New York Hlohe. v 't '"( "$ i ; If vou lutve a hovto cjul'Ii or chest I cold crconipanied w ith soreness, tlirnat tickle, hoarseness, or ilillicult lireatliitiL', or if your child wakes up (luriiiL' the iii'-ht witli croup nnd vou want ntiiik help, just try thin pleasant, tasting' liomc-niii(ie cough remedy. Any dnie L'ist can supply you with '2' j oniu'es of l'inex ( all ceiitH worth ) . I'our this into a pint hortle and (ill the bottle with plain cninulatod sue.nr pyrrrp. Thus prepared, you have n pint of really re niarkalih" couirh remedy one Hint ciui he deperalcd upon to give quick mid last ing relief nt nil times. You can ft el this take hold of n i'ihiuIi it.t a wny Hint means husiruss. It loot-ens titnl raises the plili",rm, sPmh thrnnl tickle iiik; sootlres and heals tin irritated iiieinhrancs that line (lie tiimni, Tn.ri 'rroaoliial tuhcfl vW: HttU promptness, case ami iTTtainty Jiat it is1 really astonishing'. l'inex is a special and liiehlv conn ti trated ciiiiipoiind of tunuine Norway pine extract, combined with g'liaiaiol and is noted for its speed in ovcrconiiti',' severe coughs, throat and clicst colds. Its millions of ciitliusiustie users have made it fiunoiis the world over. There are ninny worthless imitations of this noted mixture. To avoid disap pointment, ask for "2'.i ounces of l'inex" with full directions anil don't accept nnvthine else. A uuarnnt.ee ot iilunlute Siitisfurtion or nionev rimiil Iv rcftiridcil, en,..., with Hiin iu' 'p;:rutio.i. The. l'inex Co., I t. Wayne, l:af. I 1 Ihle stench if ga limcllli With Scissora and Paste llie I h. 'I' Madisnii el I'o I t II' mcdl M, hat ought 1 1 1 1 t : 1 1 1 1 1 oinplished, one then begins ,t under- j stand wpv the political h adits of j laities quote htm iliiinig i . i ' ' ' a I g ri s in I plef.'-s to la- Inspilcd bv his -I'll' II and piliuiples. whv llie stilc-mon of liirope einidov1 his vioids In il.ntfv ihilr meanings an, tllustiate their aUet'td policies. The spirit of Lint (,n lives after him In gov i n and direct He was not cud td !'V the assassin, but t ra nsf luur od on,. ., muiititr power. We todav l et!, i iipprcbend and inure nearly ap 1'H I he tea. him-'s ,,f Lincoln than did bis ooiiionipmai ics. And the gem r aliuiis tn tome will be more tcflncno i l bv 1.1 in than (-veil we .no now. ui.! it in the Vi sace to i,im:i, I'd Ind. IV N Iv In t mie h at ii ni ion lltliiv VI. iv, llltllllll tollowlo it'solution m t, 1 1v os w hu h w on IV tail ml of el V'llll1' I'.l II ic linte, Stales In t he duel l ine I is 1 1 ne, did in g lls leadlll- offel ( ' hiuise of l , pi t st n 1 .1 Id hav e given I he doe F logs are Plin tii ally i xluiii in the t-it v if lit'shurgh. When a cbauffenr sees one taking exercise in thp Krect lie hales to do it, hut never l.CMIates. tunc i I il I mn Hal kept I rl lean The Monro dent I .f li. lal -tan. Iim: Th not te Ic Iv I off Sp. ol it "ill 11 Lump, s h in. P. 1 ninnies. fust ol t n lal reeor i: il leu i ' .loci I tile .1 pp, a I I'll III ss ii,,. l vv , nt v -t w n dk i:t terw ai d v lien be sa id It Is deemed a p'"pcl oci'.islnn tn rein-lute and rtalliiin the principles a v ow e, b M r Moll i oe " Folk, liuvvtv,., expicssh litiuie,) his lile is of Ihc field over which Hie doc trine should oper tie lo N ! Ih A Iliel ic.l and be did not uu hid,- .smith Aim rica Thiee veais later liep!ent Folk n 1 1 1-1 ill oil his adherence tu I he Monroe doct rme. I'mie Sam, having himself, snat- lied IH I . mT I MH liM M li;l( . ( Ma l v An: t III in W ulid ( Mil look. ) The first leipitslli- to undprslanding what the Mexican revolution means' to Mexico is tu ic ill.lv that N't per ci til of Hie populal mn is of native Aluellcatl slock, with all the native American ohaiactoi istlcs. Most con-.-pi, nous ol these ai e a marked jcal otisy of their nation. i integrity, cuu I led with mi invincil'ln dislike In hav ing anv I'udv el-.,, f 11 111' 111 how t" I mi their i onnti v . ) "ii t an nut alter racial traits like Ihal ill-i bv tcachim: the people a few I new links. Spam Sllicccdeil in g't- tm : possession of Mexican lands and j natural i csmi i . -es : t h.-y put blinder ' jlll H e MeXltall ICti lllilellcc, but llic.v heii r i a ri iircl Hie genius of the nice. I At the time Hi ,,, .. ,,f Mi'Xico had (a In : It r .mdniai v , a mm ,. e.p,itab!. : "i'i i i! nt i."i o! pi'.,pei't.v and a 1 1 ecr f itelllo.'l O V tif c i 1 I 1 1 1 s I , i il than Sii.llll eso- j had And lici fust movement on recover nit from the sandbagging which civ -m I iluatinii lia.l then her. was In in an- iture snim- of b, r amiint ad v ant ae.es. '! Ihe-';,t. in hi nr. is what eicrv icvolu '' csi- j i ion has meant m Mexico. It is an .' ears , 1 1,,, t t, ni,,,! tlm linl. d St ies I has been lining ami build up the Mud us I id t mil t he I ami glurv. lino iiiil'm cctial l,. scene she paints nl the dvina soldier in the hospital whei o tens of thousands have died to t he aei oiniiainmeiil of .ielii i,,us cries, i uncli, aied bv the chaplain's ten t housu ml tunes reiterated demand: Sav. " ' i in 1 I give sou my lite freely lor my cmintiv." J dmi't want In die. 1 tell v,,u; i urse vmi. I don't vv.mt In die'1' cries the soldier whose run rid wounds Il.t'l I oismi.'d his tlv ma brain as he uttered lei i it'll- iniprcca ; imis. Sav. "Hod, I give vou mv hf,. freely for n:v . 'nuill v ." S;,,v, fur mv conn. I i y." 1 I waul tn live, 1 ir-ll to live. M.v w ife. mv cl Ihc seventeenth vn-tim lell bin k dead in Flier, day and was hurt id In Itl'.AL KOONOMY. Among (he Japanese thrift is a viii 1 1 if In high esteem. Two old misers of Tokin were one day discussing ways and means of saving. "1 manage to make a fan last about twenty years," sai, one. don't open the whole fan wastcfu and wave it carelessly about. I open only one section at a time. That is good for- about a year. Then I open the next, and so on until the fan is used up." "Twenty years for a good fan!" ex claimed the other, "What sinful ex travagance! In my family we use n fan for two or three generations, and thW is how we do it: "We open the whole fan, but we don't wear it out. by waving it. We hold it still, like this, under our nose, and wave our faces:" Youth's Companion. Mill! kill Wen ' hrnnic v'iii : I want ihlron!" and ui gangrene s arms that the friendlv m then- Fllen La Mutt,, to 1h i1 "V Cfl h sic 1 iiidti.-tii.il "nt likes. In a general W'tv, most An. et leans understand tins. There isn't much i. it til cnec in Hie spirit and ideals of the t vv n Americans There is a source nt' c nfusinti. however, in our n-i-ap-pi ehetisiuii of Hie conditions under win. h the struggle south of the Km liramle is made. .Mexico ban blond in her eves, u t untied feeling in the back TEilER THROATS readily yield to the healing influence of AIT Iall I III! .MAXXI.il OF T.UiOltK T have lost my little bag of peanuts, I do not know why, I had them in a Sixth avenue surface car-, and when T alighted I len them alone upon the seat. The car carried them away swiftly, impei iously, into the darkness, nut into those regions where lie trie .seventh avenue car barns. And I. alone, weep. . New York Sun. It soothes the inflamed mem. branes and makes richer blood to repair the affected tissues to help prevent tonsilitis or laryngitis. SCOTTS is worth insisting upon. Beet A UowM, UinumtcU, N. J, M-ll OF (Ol i;sr. The following story comes to me from a ccit.ain canteen for female mu nition workers. ti. management of whirr, is in the hands of a committee oi lames living ,n the district who attend daily , rotation to cook, wait nnd wash up. Amongst these .some (piiet amuse ment was caused recently hv a voung woman calling loudly fr a plate of ''dislocated soup," meaning, of course, desiccated soup. "I wonder what was in that, girl's mind lo cans,, her to make so onrioua a blunder." remarked one of the la dies after th tlineis had departed. ""h." demurely replied another. she possibly thought that the soup I """ "pp" mane Horn the remains of .' ''SIC! ll.ll illtll'er. It day. you reniemlfi- "1 do not see the point first speaker, nernlevu,! "That would be soon mil nt ir,if wouldn't It?" was the prompt replv I earson s Weekly- London. Dolls and Toys AXI Aid KINDS OF MIT iOOIS 1 j Dolls .V to $!." Doll Hiijtuii's H.V to S:l !F Dull Itcds 7.V lo L-tl Animals of all kinds. Christinas lu-lis Ic and up Tree Ornaments Ic and up Mislianicnl Tiuins l." Sillier-Hcadiin lights !SI."' Tea sk ,V nnd up Hox of :( do. Christmas O.mdles. . Hu- Filled Clnlstimus .StocKinjrs "Ir Kuhlici- Halls .V. to "( Teddy Hears . . T.V lo Si-.."'11 I nncy Cups ami Saucers. . Hh- to Handkerchiefs .V to "-"xi Silk Haiidkei'i liiefs 2.V to "" Silk l ies lor Men 2.V t .Men's Work an, Dress ;iovcs.... Kk- to -'" Hoys' (tloics 10c to I .allies' .''(: WikiI M.'ltens Sweaters in wool iinii cotton. .Men's uml Hoys' all wool Sul';s make nice presents. Mr-it's mill HoyV warm Cus. . .S"c i'P Men's nnd Hoys' Flannel Shirts. Silk mid Wool s-ar ls. ;kmI SIhk's for Ions. (liililrcn'H 1 1 its mis , .- -SHcct, Oranges Host t'ranlieirics, ql. . I 'rosli inixcil Cmidics. , l iosll mixc, Xiits; Ffcsli rti.sled .luinlui Peanuts. Kurt shell fresh Wahiuls, Ih. .-. l iiiw (silished Walnuts, fro-h. .Ill-Ill. Im nil sound Apples. . . . SI.'.Ti lo . I2''i' . . . .V to Pk' . . . I'"' Id U.'M' . . .-"I' . . . I'""' . . .'Jc . . .-I'c was roast beef said the OPEN EVENINGS "YOl'R DOI.I.AH HI YS MOKK" DOLDE'S 210-212 South SiTiond Street. Phone fifil. a i.r (joods ii:i,iYFi:i:i. Mail Orders Killed lromill.v. Rraulti frum Journal Wsot Ad.