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THE HOLBROOK NEWS, HOLBROOK, ARIZONA, MARCH 18, 1921.
HELP THAT ACHING BACK! , Is your back giving out? Are you tortured with backache and stabbing pains? Does any exertion leave you all played out? Feel you just can't keep going? Likely your kidneys are to blame. Overwork, colds, hurry and worry tend to weaken the kidneys. Backache is often the first warning. Headache and dizziness may Come, too, and annoying kidney irregularities. Help the kidneys with Doan's Kidney Pills the remedy recommended by thou sands. Ask your neighbor J A Wyoming Case Mrs. G. W. Mc Intyre. S30 Sumner St., Sheridan, Wyo., says: "I bad an at tack of kidney trouble. My kid neys acted irregu larly and my back became lame and sore. I had lum bago and sharp pains darted throueh my back. Others of my family had had good results from Doan's Kidney Pills. I tried them and one box of Doan's cured me." Cat Doss's at Any Stan. 60e a Bos DOAN'S VSXfJ FOSTER -MILBURN CO, BUFFALO. N. Y. Sad Stomach Sends Her to Bed for 10 Months Eatonlo Gets Her Up I "Over a year ago," says Mrs. Dora Williams, "I took to bed and for 10 months did not think I would live. Eatonic helped me so much I am now up and able to work. I recommend it highly in stomach trouble." Katonlc helps people to get well by taking up and carrying out the excess acidity and gases that put the stomach ut of order. If you have indigestion, sourness, heartburn, belching, food re peating, or other stomach distress, take an Katonlc after each meal. Big box costs only a trifle with your druggist's guarantee. Ask your Neighbor Leavenworth, Kans.-r-"I was. all run-down from a complication, of dls- e a s e 8 . My next door iisighbor rec ommended Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre-, scrlptlon be cause she had taken It with fine results. I decided to take it, and after taking two bottles of the medi cine I ws entirely welL I felt like new life. It is surely a fine medi cine." MISS FRANCES O. LIEN HARDT. 772 Seneca St. " , Send 10 cents to Dr. Pierce's In valids' Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y for a trial package, and write for free con fidential medical advice. . Grace When I met Myrtle today I had my new spring gown on. Of course, I expected her to say something about it bnt she pretended not to have seen It. , Helen Yes; she's 'an awfully con siderate and tender-hearted girL Hard to Tell. Donald Dixon is planning a sixty day balloon trip round the world. Duncan Indeed! What route will he take? Donald He won't know until he gets up. Increasing. "Has the mine you Invested In proved valuable?" "I should say so! The prospect keeps getting so much bigger that they are constantly in need of more money for its adequate development." , Gave Her Away. - Mrs. Talkitt (entertaining Mrs. Gos sip) Edith, you mustn't stare at Mrs. Gossip so. Edith Mamma, you said she was a cat, but she doesn't look at all like one. New Alloy Promises Much. , A metal lighter than any yet known and as strong or stronger than steel has for years been the dream of many, and every now and then rumors are circulated to the effect that at last It has been discovered. The latest re port relates to a new magnesium al loy said to have been discovered by a metal company in Montreal. The new alloy, it is stated, is only two thirds the weight of aluminum, and 13 "as strong as steel." It is said to be especially suitable for pistons and connecting rods of aero and motor car engines, where strength and lightness are desirable. HEAD STUFFED FROM CATARRH OR A COLD Says Cream Applied in Nostrils Opens Air Passages Right Up. Instant relief no waiting. lour clogged nostrils open right up ; the air passages of your bead clear and you can breathe freely. No more hawking, snuffling, blowing, headache, dryness. Ho struggling for breath at night; your cold or catarrh disappears. Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm from your druggist now. Apply a little of this fragrant, antiseptic healing cream In yonr nostrils. It pen etrates through every air passage of the head, soothes the inflamed or swollen mucous membrane and relief comes instantly. It's Just tine. Don't stay stuffed-up with a cold or nasty catarrh. Adv. The Modern Accountant. Stella What Is her husband worth? Bella Well, I don't know his re placement value. Evil-minded rolk measure others by their own standard. mm iMiéht Morn in ó -4 eepYfour Eyfes ;ijn rciear Healthy "Mi Mir at I 1 1 J f 1 1 f SIX M ÍO r:.,,::.,' Ate.. :v:.:::::.:::x Xfmw I :.Jr S"- . 1 New photograph of Charle Evans Hughes, secretary of state. 2 Residence ou S street, Washington, which has been purchased by Herbert Hoover, secretary of commerce. 3 Presidents Millerand of France (cen ter) and Pilsudski of Poland (left) at a military review near Paris. NEWS REVIEW OF CURRENT EVENTS Allies, Rejecting the Counter-Pro posal of the Germans, Issue an Ultimatum WILL OCCUPY RHINE CITIES Armed Force Will Be Applied Imme diately French Troops Ready to Move President Harding's Inau gural Address Indicates His Attitude Toward League of Nations. By EDWARD W. PICKARD. "Kolossal," which used to be the fa vorite adjective ..of the Germans, may well be applied to their nerve as dis played in the counter proposals on reparations, submitted to the supreme council In London by Foreign Minister Simons and his colleagues. The world had expected from them something Inadequate In the way of an offer, but the Insolence of the proposal was amazing, even to unofficial Germany. Lloyd George and Briand heard It with Ill-concealed derision, and the formal statement of the allies was that "it does not merit either examination or discussion." This was followed by an ultimatum In which the German delegates were Informed that If Germany did not ac cept the fundamental conditions laid down by the supreme council in Paris the allies would take Immediate steps. First of these steps will be the occupa tion by allied troops of the cities of Dulsburg, Dusseldorf and Ruhrort; second, each allied country will place on German merchandise such a tax as it may deem proper; third, a customs boundary will be established along the Rhine under allied control. Germany, said Premier Lloyd George In his reply to the German proposal, would be per mitted to suggest no modifications of the Paris decisions except as to con ditions of payment. Doctor Simons answered that the German position had been misunder stood, and that he would reply on Monday to the ultimatum. - Briefly stated, Simons proposed that Germany pay the allies as war repa rations about 30,000,000,000 gold marks approximately $7,500,000,000 which Is' about one-seventh of the sum de manded by the allies. Also, the offer was conditioned on two provisions, that Germany be accorded free com mercial privileges throughout the world, and that Upper Silesia, where a plebiscite soon Is to be held, shall remain German. Especially impudent was the sugges tion to capitalize Germany's repara tion payments through an interna tional loan to be divided among allied countries and held free from taxation In all "countries. This meant that the Germans want the allies to furnish them the money to pay their debts by allowing the Germans to offer so at tractive an investment that It would outshine other securities and be made still more attractive through the sur render of tax revenues by the allied governments, ' Meanwhile the French, anticipating the outcome of the conference, were getting ready to enforce payment by Germany. Their plans for military action were prepared and submitted by Marshal Foch, and after prolonged discussion Lloyd George was per suaded to agree to Great Britain's par ticipation in the use of armed force. A French officer in London said French long-range guns had already been moved forward to a position from which they commanded Essen where the Krupp works are located. Field artillery, cavalry and tank and ar mored car formations were held in 1 readiness for the advance, and the air squadrons were awaiting the word to take off." At Coblenz it was stated that the American troops, In the event of an allied advance, would merely continue to occupy the actual lines now held by them. Belgium Is ready to act with France GIVES ULTIMATUM TO JAPAN Chinese Government 8ald to Have Demanded Set Date for the Evacuation .of Siberia. Peking. Demands that Japan fix a definite date for the evacuation of Siberian territory have been sent to the foreign office in Tokyo by the min ister of foreign affairs of the far east ern republic. It Is said In a dispatch received here. Allegatlon was made that the Jap ' y ir l...:-: ..tí X- and Britain in the Essen-Dusseldorf district She had 13,000 troops on the Rhine and has sent two more divi sions there. The French have 150,000 men in the occupation zone and 200, 000 in reserve close by. Among the interesting side-lights on the "poor mouth" presented by the 'Germans Is the Information afforded by a reliable American officer who has recently made a thousand-mile motor car trip through Cie chief agricultural and industrial districts of Germany. He says that Germany can pay the sums demanded; that he saw every where amazing evidence of productive labor and growing wealth. All American eyes were turned toward Washington on Friday when Warren G. Harding was inaugurated President, and all American ears were open to hear what he had to say of the policies that shall control his ad ministration. The ceremonies were simple and dignified, in conformity with the wishes of Mr. Harding. The new President, in his address, left no one In doubt as to his attitude toward the League of Nations as now consti tuted. Much of what he said was de voted to- the general subject of inter national relations. He asserted that America had proved the wisdom of its Inherited policy of non-involvement in old world affairs ; that It can be a party to no permanent military alli ance; that It can enter Into no polit ical commitments nor assume any economic obligations "which will sub ject .our decisions to any other than our own authority." At the same time, he said. America is ready to associate Itself with all other nations for con ference and counsel ; to seek ways to bring about approximate disarma ment; to promote mediation, concilia tion and arbitration, and to establish a world court for the disposition of justiciable questions submitted by agreement. To his fellow citizens President Harding made an eloquent plea for "the resumption of our onward, nor mal way," for sane reconstruction after the . devastation of war, for re adjustment with care and courage without any wild experiments. Said he: "We must face a condition of grim reality, charge off our losses and start afresh." For his part, he prom ised administrative efficiency and economy, lightened tax burdens, ade quate credit facilities, sympathetic concern for all agricultural problems, omission of unnecessary Interference of government in business, and an end to government's experiment in business. Among the Interesting things which Mr. Harding hopes to bring about, ac cording to unofficial announcement. Is the creation of a "ministry of de fense" under a cabinet officer, to con trol the national defenses on land, on sea and in the air.- This, of course, would mean the consolidation of the War and Navy departments. It Is said the plan meets the approval of both Secretary of War Weeks, and Secretary of the Navy Denby, and that both of them have agreed to give way -if .the plan Is adopted. In the last hours of Its life the congress reached agreement on the army appropriation bill and It went through with provisions fixing the strength of the armj fo the next year at 156,000. The house had put the figure at 150,000 and the senate wanted 175,000, so the result Is a compromise in which the upper house yielded most. The bitterest struggle was over the naval appro priation bill in the senate, the con troversy being over the $100,000,000 added to it by the naval committee. This fight prevented the passage, of a number of measures, among them the soldiers' bonus bill, against which Senator Thomas of Colorado threat ened to filibuster. Contrary to predictions, the house Judiciary committee took the charges against Judge Landls in all serious ness, and presented a report recom mending that they 'be fully Investi gated by the next congress. The re port said that If It were true that Judge Landls had accepted the posi tion of baseball arbiter while holding his judicial position and of course that Is true his action was "at least Inconsistent with the full and ade quate performance of the duty of United States District Judge, and that anese army was "making life unbear able for the people residing In terri tory where the troops are located." and that "Russian cities and villages In the zone of Intervention are envel oped in a poisonous atmosphere of robbery, murder, and unspeakable crimes." It was charged that trains had been held up at Grodekova, a town near the eastern Manchurlan frontier, by "criminal persons," and that passen gers had been robbed, beaten, and ab ducted, and the far eastern govern ' á t , i-'.-r s ii'S 14;. T y Í- . K ..... said act would constitute a serious lm propriety on the part of the Judge. Jude Landls' reply to this was to refer to his statement of last Decem ber, when he said: "They will never impeach me. If both houses of con gress by a majority vote pass a reso lutlon expressing disappointment el my attempt to benefit 10,000,000 per sons who have a whole-hearted inter est In baseball, I will send my resig nation as a federal Judge to Wash. Ington by telegram." John Skelton Williams retired Wednesday as comptroller of the cur rency, and in acceptine his resiena tlon President Wilson took occasion to comment on the "gross injustice done Mr. Williams by the senate bank ing committee, which had prevented his confirmation. One of Mr. Wll Hams' last official acts was to charge the United States Steel corporation with exacting excessive and unlustl fied prices for Its iron and steel prod ucts- The accusation was vigorously denied by E. EL Gary,' chairman of the corporation. The house committee which Investi gated the doings of the. shipping board made a report recommending the transfer of the functions of the board to an executive department be cause what Is needed is more central ization of administrative authority than can be "had with a large board. The committee found there had been wasie, inemciency and lack of co ordination in the work of the board. but found no evidence "to prove that dishonest or fraudulent motives ac-. tuated any member of the shipping board of trustees of the Emergency Fleet corporation." , Specifically, Charles M. Schwab and R. W. Boil ing, brother-in-law of Mr. Wilson, were exonerated from charges of In terested action. In general, the board was praised for "the most remark able achievement In shipbuilding the world has ever seen." A small side door In the temple of Janus has been thrown open In honor of Panama and Costa Rica, which small republics seem determined to go to war over Coto, a piece of ter ritory which contains valuable oil de posits and which is claimed by both. Indeed, hostilities already have bro ken out, a "battle" has been fought and several soldiers have been killed. A small detachment of Costa Ricans that had occupied the disputed terrl tory was attacked by a Pánaman force and defeated. The excitement in both countries is Intense, and In the city of Panama a war-mad mob even at tacked the presidential mansion be cause President Porras had declared himself in favor of a diplomatic set tlement of the quarrel. At latest re ports -Costa Rlcan forces were be ing rushed to the Coto district. It was believed some of them would be landed on the eastern shore of Burlca point to cut off the Panamans from their supplies. As this shore was given to Panama nnder the arbi tration ruling of Chief Justice White in 1014, it was feared the United States might be Involved, under the assumption that It is obligated to pro tect the territorial Integrity of Pan ama. Many stories, more or less detailed, of widespread revolt In Russia ijralnst the soviet rule have been coming to the outer world, usually by way of Finland. Hundreds of thousands of workmen, hungry, cold and without employment, were said to have opened war on the Bolshevik armies and rul ers, and, especially in Petrograd, there were heavy casualties. These reports lacked confirmation, and were de clared false by the soviet authorities. Recent dispatches from Helslngfora said the soviet government had not lost control and that Lenin was prom ising the workmen all the relief In his power. In the death of Champ Clark of Missouri, former speaker, the country lost a distinguished citizen and the Democratic party one of Its strongest members. He never entirely recov ered from his defeat for the presiden tial nomination In the Baltimore con vention and of late years had been comparatively Inactive, bnt his life record Is one of earnest and at times eminent labor for his country. ment at Chita bad been unable to remedy the situation, owing to oppo sition by the Japanese military com mand. ' Protection and patronage was given General Semenoff, anti-Bolshevik lead er In eastern Siberia, It was charged, and assertion was made that this was done In a manner which suggested a challenge to the Chita government. It was said that the present activities of General Semenoff "promise a new ad venture In the spring" with Japanese help. To Change and Improve United States Diplomatic and Consular Service. By REPRESENTATIVE cessful candidate parties have been more or lesa culpable in this respect. American diplom acy for many years was sneeringly referred to in the capitals of the world as "shirt-sleeve diplomacy But, to my mdnd, the time has come when the diplomatic service, as well as the consular service, should offer a career for those Americans who desire, to enter those services. I believe one of the best things we could do at this time would be to purchase suitable embassy or legation buildings in practically .all of the capitals of the world. All too frequently in recent years the buildings rented by some of our diplomats were so excessively costly in rent that a man with a modest income felt he -could not well afford to follow his immediate predecessor. The entire continued at the earliest possible The Three Primary Illusions of the Story, Moving Picture and Novel. By W. L. GEORGE, British Novelist. If I were to analyze the old craving? "Tell me a 6tory," as ex empliiled in the magazine story, on the moving-picture screen, in the novel and in the folk story, for that matter I should divide it into three primary illusions. First, there is the illusion of the glorious, bright, beautiful world the roseate world that one may see only with rose-colored spectacles. It is an escape from the world in which plans do not work out smoothly, situations are not pat, ambitions are frustrated. Second, there is the illusion of the world of adventure, in which things are happening thick and fast, in which men and women are lifted out of their ruts into bright new paths of stimulation and achievement. And. as this illusion works out in a story, the commonplace reader sees himself in the brawny and handsome hero, and, of course, gallops glori ously through all the adventures. The third type of illusion is the illusion of humor. It represents the philosophy of the man with a good deal of digested experience, who, find ing that things will not go as he pleases, deliberately. builds np for his intellectual life a world of cheerful cynicism a world of laughter and merry doings, in which the blows of real life are softened by a refusal to take them seriously. And the kind of illusion that any persons seeks in fiction depends, as I 6ee it, upon the kind of treatment he has had from life. Importance of the Kindergarten as an Americanizing Influence. y By MAJOR BRADLEY MARTIN, There is one phase of kindergarten education that is particularly, important at the present time when the world is filled with unrest, and that is the kindergarten as an Americanizing influence. The kinder garten is obviously the ideal means of Americanizing the family through the child. The child, through singing patriotic songs and playing games with other children and receiving moral and ethical instruction, not only learns our language, but also adopts our point of view and becomes a pa triotic citizen. Through mothers' meetings and home visits the family fa assisted bv the kindergarten teacher in the difficult task of adantine it self to the economic and social conditions that it finds in tihis country. Experience has shown that a vides that upon a petition of the parents or guardians of not less than 25 children between the ages of 4 and 6, residing within the school dis trict, a kindergarten shall be added to the school, most successfully stimulates kindergarten extension. mental in securing the passage of troduction of similar bills in 16 other states this winter. When we-read, day after day, tent and anarchy, we should realize we can afford to have kindergartens, have them. Women's Jury Service Would Benefit Our Whole System of Justice. By HELEN McCORMICK, Ass't Women should be permitted to would benefit our whole system of women in maternity hold a paramount prerogative, but we must fact the verities of life. What about the women and they are aany who can not hope to exercise the duties of from serving the state in other ways? , ' I do not believe that women should be compelled to do jury duty by legislation. I do not believe a mandatory law could be enforced, but 1 do favor a permissive bill, which would make women eligible for jury service on the same basis as men, but right to be excused on request, the ..... Women will not be better jurors as good, either sex has, a monopoly of intelligence. Uy permitting women to serve as jurors the material be largely increased, and the broader product. t? n i(V.rfcpa "Porhes Magazine tion in this country is tending toward sound, healthy, solid prosperity. Pastora G. de Lascano, Buenos Aires I propose a sanitarium for the poet who loads the ozone with his hooch-inspired verses and launches insane and ill-sounding vituperation against a state of society which he Hasn't the ability to ennoble. H. A. Biggs, Automobile Manufacturer People have built their lives around the automobile, bought camps and their summer cottages. Businesses have been developed around the touring car and truck as the indispensable vehicle. JULIUS KAHN of. California. World war has changed entirely our relationship with the rest of the world. Our practically complete isolation of the period from 1865 to 1898 is gone for ever. Whether we like it or not, we are now thrown into .the very vortex of world politics. . Therefore the first thing to do, in my opinion, is to change and improve our diplomatic and consular services. All too frequently in the past appointments to diplomatic posts have been made to reward the large contributors to the campaign fund of the suc for the presidency. Both political system is vicious and ought to be dis moment. Pres't Natl Kindergarten Ass'n. standard kindergarten law which pro Our association has been instru such laws in four states, and the in in the press of crime waves, discon that the real question is not whether but whether we can afford not to District Att'y, Brooklyn, N. Y. serve on juries because their service justice. It is well to emphasize that motherhood? Are they to be barred which would give any woman the right to decline because of sex. .i i i n it 1 tnan men, dui tney win ue quite from which junes are formed will the field of selection the better the -Almost every fundamental condi- their homes, selected their vacation 6-1. It. I"Ki. KAVCV IIKKAKKAST COCOA, you pay retail 3.00. our price $1.50: 6-)b. pkp. 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A new method of plantíos:, mine fields, Involving the ua of aircraft and a special type of mine equipped with a parachute, has been the subject of recent experiments con ducted by the navy In Chesapeake bay. It was learned here. The mine used Is the invention of Charles Kee, mechan ical engineer, of Portsmouth, Va. The mechanism consists of the mine, an chor, cable and silk parachute. Large numbers of air planes, each carrying" a number of the mines, can be sent over the area to be mined and the de vices dropped at ' regular Intervals. The parachute eases the descent to the exact spot selected and the instant the mine hits the water the parachute is detached and floats away to sink later. Will See Twin Beds. Chicago. "Kismet" is not the kind of moving picture which children of Wlnnetka, a north shore suburb, should be allowed to see, is the conclu sion of the managers of the commun ity house in that suburb. "The com munity house tries to provide pictures that are interesting educational and good for the young mind," explained the Rev. L, W. F. Davles, director of the institution. "What picture will take the place of Kismet?" he was asked. "Well, let's see," he mused. "I cannot think of the title Just now it's er oh, yes! They call it Twin Beds.' " Ford, Railroad President. Detroit Henry Ford has been elect ed president of the Detroit, Toledo & Ironton railroad at ft meeting of direc tors of the road, to succeed Joseph A- Gordon, who remains on the board of directors, it was announced at the rail road's offices. Control of the road was assumed by the Ford interests last autumn. Jest Drives Boy Insane. Chicago. The jest of Jail compan ions who tbld him burglary was a hanging offense, was held responsible for driving Joseph Zeman, 18-year-old prisoner held for burglary, to the In sane asylum. When he was arrested several months ago, he was sane, ac cording to Jail authorities. When Jail Inmates told him he could be hanged for burglary, he became insane, ac cording to physicians. Chihuahua to Vote on Prohibition. El Paso, Texas. A general election March 27 Is to decide whether or not the state of Chihuahua, Mexico, will go dry, according to a reported deci sion of the State Legislature at Chi huahua City. The report, which has Just been received in Juarez, stated that for the first time in Mexican his tory women will be allowed to vote. Oldest Mason Celebrates. Breckenrldge, Mo. Dr. Joseph Sin ger Halstead, the oldest living Mason In America, celebrated his 103d birth day here. The town declared a pub.I!e holiday in honor of the event Dawson, T. T. Tales of an oil well which produces 1,500 barrels a day and shot oil 100 feet Into the air before It was capped were brought from Fort MacPherson by Canadian mounted po lice who made a 500-mile trip to the mouth of the Mackenzie river. Fort Norman Is on the Mackenzie river about 400 miles south of the Arctic ocean and 500 miles east of the Alas kan border. The information was con tained In letteiu received at MacPher son while the patrol was stoppin there. Won't Reopen Mooney Case. San Francisco, Calif. John Mae- Donald's refusal to testify before the grand Jury unless he was promised Im munity from prosecution that he had , given false testimony In the trials of Thomas J. Mooney and Warren K. Billings has closed the latest effort to reopen the cases of the men convicted of murder growing out of the Pr pa rednesg day bomb explosion, the dis trict attorney's office said here. riM farNtCm B Mil Wtn Co. Ch i. UX