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EVENING tEPaER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1916.
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ASHINQTON, Feb. 8.-The Admlnls
fc." t,nnretlne?s program Is to bo
Pit ihrouffh Congress at record speed.
I!i m,oaltlon to the measures to plnco
im V. team-rO Hcrcd. inn nuvocaies oi
? hoVo at last discovered that they
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lite " .., whlln ITnitflo. Ihfi navnl
VTlmy bills "r8 t0 b? wh'PP'"! "nt"
" 5 pressed for action In the very
ItaLllent Wilson was admittedly very
F k nltMcd by tlio demonstration of
r ..rtlsanshlp that marked yesterdays
H& "rough the House of the bills
Kiln tho number of cadets at An
rMi and malting funds nvallnblo to
Hr.l tho Mare Island and Brooklyn
KrZ Yards. Ho has all nlong realized
Ki.it many Itepubllcan votes would bo
KliI .' ovcrcomo tho opposition ot
iKfitaiithern Democrats who have
fetaKmselves with tho "little" army
rft.vv men. Yesterday's demonstration
C Convinced him. It was learned at tho
lllouie today, that tho opposition
lf.Mwm now exert all pressure possible
TonthU defense program through.
L. .. .. .,n .Iniitit that tho InrCor
RTnCre it,. nnnt flpfpnsn Incrensna
K5drtSe field 'artillery Improvement plans
fire ceriam n "
(""Tho continental army plan of Secretary
Iw War Garrison 13 uuuu w v.. i
1Mb Ko" 't there likely w II be sub-
irocu. . .t.lrnhv tin tint nnnl
sTitltuted some j - -- -------KS
can be federalized and mado tho
iWfOaM can in. mlrllllnn It In
"": ,.i,i Hint tho term of enlistment
in the regular army will bo shortened,
& that a reserve strength can bo built
n and a system of skeleton organization
Mrfected whereby regiments can bo
transformed from peaco to war strength
t very enon noiicu.
t.. 1. 11, r. firfcnso nrocram that Is
..i. 1 Uft TirAoWlmit iinw. Convinced
that It Is going through, Jio plans to take
Ll ..l 1.1.. ..ti. Inmlortf rlnrlnr tho next
fnrtnlcht tho question of financing tho
eitraordlnary expenses. Tho general
Itllnp taX SUggCSUUllM mill u uua mam
have been knocked In tho hoad by Con-
r 1.-. l.nn. V. n 1 fl tl tn ttlV ffl flA.
'line, automobiles, Iron and Iron products.
The President realizes uwi mo moat pup
DUr tax that could bo llovled under ox-
fbisun? circunisuinwuo 10 hiuiiiuii. ....,
Mind the legal sharps of Congress and tho
IfAdralniatratlon now aro trying to find a
llllepil way to lovy such a tax.
Iff $10,(100 LEFT TO HOSPITALS
Brother of General "Pnncho"
Villa, who has been arrested at
Havana at request of the Amer
Villa's Brother Arrested in Cuba
WASHINGTON-, Fob. S. Ulpollto Vllln,
brother of General Villa, who Ib charged
with dcHtrolng railroad property In
Texas, was arrested In Havana, Cuba, nt
tho lcqucst of tho Stnto Department, fol
lowing tho request of tho Governor of
Texas, tho Department stated today. It
Is understood ho will be held for trial In
BEL DARING SCHEME
OF HOUSE DEMOCRATS
Wilson Leaders Consider Plan
to "Lump" All Tax Measures
to Guard Against In-
WILL GO TO COMMITTEE
WASHINGTON, Feb. 8. Passage of
ono omnibus bill to Include all revenue
legislation, Income nnd munition taxes,
tariff commission, the sugar duty and all
other subjects, was tho daring political
strategy under serious consideration to
day by Administration leaders.
Tho House Ways nnd Means Democrats
plan to meet Thursday to consider tho
scheme advanced by representative Gar
ner, of Texns, who has been consulting
According to the plan, tho bill would
Revising tho Incomo tax.
Levying now inheritance taxes.
Itepeallng present war stamp taxes.
Increasing duties on whiskey nnd
Taxing war munitions.
Creating n tariff commission.
An anti-dumping clause.
Ilctnlnlng present tnxes on sugar.
Itcpeatlng taxes on mixed flour.
Hy advancing Just ono revenuo bill,
Representative Garner today pointed out,
many Republicans and Democrats would
voto for It bccaUMJ of some slnglo Item of
legislation incorporated. That It would
decrcaso Democratic defection on pre
paredness revenues was another vlrtuo
Garner believes that enough Itcpublt-
CAIlft Wnilln t.A .A.MAt1,l.1 In A,fnApt ,t.A
omnlbds bill to Ins lr Us passage.
Tho now rnlslntr plan ndvanced of In
creasing Internal revenue tnxes on whisky
and cigars Is nlo gaining support. Tho
present plan of leaders I to raise taxes
on whisky 15 cents n gallon and change
tho system of taxing cigars from that
of numbers to their value. This would
raise $35,000,000, it Is estimated. Tho
whisky and cigar tnxes would be n sub
stitute for the present stamp taxes, which
raise $33,000,000 annually, and aro sched
uled for repeal.
WHITES IN DANflER AS IlEDS
SEEFC TO AVENGE "BAD MAN"
Piutos and Navajoes March on Vii
lago in Arizona
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz., Fch. B.-Nlnetecn
while men, 40 white women nnd n number
of children were In dnnger of massnete
by Pluto and Navajo Indians at Tuba
City today, as a result of tho killing of
Totntln, n Navajo "bad man" and cattle
Tho Indian was shot to death In the
mountains near Tuba City, 70 miles from
here, by Indian police last Friday.
The latest ndvlccs reaching here state
that a host of war-palntcd redskins wns
npproachlng Tuba City, chanting denth
songs and threatening to avengo the kill
ing ot Totatln.
A band of nrmed men left Flagstaff for
tho threatened city early today, but It
was found that they could not reach
there In time to prevent bloodshed.
Le Truppe di Essad Pascia' Non
Possono OfTrire agli Aus-
tro-Bulgari Alcuna Seria
VALLONA SARA DIFESA
ROMA, 8 Febbralo.
La cadutn til Durnxzo e' conslderata
qui ormiil come ensa ccrta c In not 1 7.1 a
c' attcsa da tin momento nll'nU'tttro. SI
rltleno chc lc truppe dl Essad pascia' ed
I pochl repartl dl forzo serbe cho si
trovnno con lul non offrlrnnno alcuna
reslslenza, e si credc anzl cho esse
rlpleghcranno a sud, wtlla via dl Vnlonn
prima cho lc forze austrlnchr e btilgaie le
nbblnmi, clrcondato. Austrlacl o bulgnrl
hannu operato II collegainonto, ilpctendo
la mossa strnteglca gla" segulta nelln
Serbia, o le due armnto convergono su
Dtirnzzo. Soltanto Vnlona sara' dlfcsa
dagll Italian!, e sara' una illfea completti,
slcchc' si rltlcne cho probabllmcuto aus
trlacl o btilgarl non rlnsclranno ad Im
pndronlrlsl delta naso tiavale
Scmbra cho l'atlacco dl bulgarl conlro
I frnncest che tcnevnno le llnee nvanzato
a nord dl Balonlcco non debba esscro con
slderato come l'lnMo dell'attesa oflcnstvn
toutonlca contro quclla base degll nllcatl
if cho si sla Invcco trnltato dl soil com
battlmentl dl nvampostl senza alcuna lm
portnnza rente, In questl clrcoll mllltnrl st
o'ntizldl oplnlono Cho I'offenslva conlro So
lonlcco nan sara' inlzlata so prima gll
cserclti nustrlaeo e Inllgaro non nvranno
complctalo la conqulsla dcU'Alhanla, so
prima cloo' non nvranno preso II campo
trlnccrato dl Vnlona. K'ccrlo cho I tedes
cha, I bulgarl ed 1 turchl contlnuann n
concentrnrsl sulla frontlera green, ma si
tratta scmpllccmcnte dl nreparatlvl per
Telegratnml da Londra dlcono cho II
govrrno Inglcse ha rlccvuto Informazlonl
dcnnltlvo che neistin tlttlmnttim o' stnto
presentnto dallp potenze ccnttnll alia Itu
mania per la vendlta dl grano aglt inglcsl.
Ncsruii comunlcnto unirlale e' statu
pulibllcato dal Mlnltcro delln Oticrra ierl
selii Plreti In rIIuiizIoiio sulla fronto Halo
atlHtrlacn. Kvldentcmentc In sltuazlone e'
linmutat.t. e forso si sono nvutl I .lolltl
duMII dl nrtlgllerla til cul parlava II gen
rrale Cadoina nel bollcttlno dl Ierl I'nltro
a Fern. 11 comunlcnto tintclnlo nustrlaeo
dire die la HltuazlotiP mllltnrc su tutte lc
fiontl e' tmmutatn.
Informazlonl glunte qui da fonte rumenn
aulorevolo dlcono the. mentro nesstin ulti
matum e' statu piesentato dagll Impcrl
centrnll alia lUiiunnla, la Gcrmnnla e"
hen dcclsn ft rlcorrerc a rnppresagllc e
ad IntimltlAstionl per Impedii-s l'lntervento
della llumania nella gberra a flancf) deglt
Per ora gll sforzl dclla fiermanla. sono
dlrettl a rovesclare II mlnlstero Brntlsmi,
romprendendo che soltarflo un mlnlRtero
dl uonilnl slcuramente In favorb del
tcdeschl polra' Impedlre Hnlcrvcnlo. Ier
do' II mlnlstero Ilrntlanu e' nccusato apert
nmente dl corruzlono per aver pcrtnesso ta.
vendlta dl 80,000 vagonl dl grano all'ln
glilllcrrn, commcltcndo coil' un at to ostlle
alia Germanla ed all'Austrla.
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Club to Build New Clubhouse
Sketches for a new clubliouso for tho
Old York Iloail Country Club, nt Jenkln
town, have been submitted to the club
by Oliver Kandolph Perry. The first
wing will be built this year.
V will oil, eltan and tnthi
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Pltonc ftr A'fto Butelement.
Open Evenlnca. Phont, Tloia Jl-li-J,
' ffffili of Louisa W. Anshutz Probated.
.BBMuests of 3000 each to tho Pennsyl-
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Women form a part of tho will of Louisa
W, Anshutz, 2033 Arch street, which was
admitted to prooate today. Tho remain
der of the estate, valued at ?SO,C0O, Is left
to a brother and sister of tho testatrix.
; Other mills probated today wcro thoso
of Solomon Rogasner, 3522 York road, and
William Wegleln, 5514 Glrard avenue, who
kjt estqtes valued at t ,600 and $11,233,
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Convenient terms arranged.
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"Today and every day"
Ivory Plants Grow
; v,v AA,fk
Look at the Plates Shown
and Learn Why They
Need Tender Care.
You will begin to take real care of
your teeth as soon as you realize
that every tooth in your head is a
separate, living plant of ivory which
with care will continue healthy and
serviceable until you need it no long
er and which with neglect, like any
other plant, will decay, wither at
the roots and die.
a Absolute cleanliness is the solu
tion of the problem of tooth care.
Cleanliness from food deposits be
tween the teeth. Cleanliness from
the germ life that tends to swarm
in every mouth. Cleanliness from
deposits of tartar and scale on the
teeth and under the gums. Clean
liness from decay spots.
A good tooth brush conscientiously
and thoroughly used will take care
of tho food deposits and retard the
accumulation of tartar.
An antiseptic and acid-counter-scting
dentifrice like Sanitol Tooth
Powder or Paste will destroy the
germ life and keep the mouth sweet
and pure, besides lessening the for
mation of tartar.
Your dentist seen twice a year wH
keep your teeth clear and clean of
tartar, etc., under the gums, and
will attend tho tiny spots of decay
that may havo formed and prevent
m This care of tho teeth cannot be-
flin too soon cannot ever be neg
ected if the teeth are to bo straight,
Vtronor. KealtTtv nnrl ivhitn-
f Look at plate one. Here are the
little seedling teeth hidden from
a.H.1... 1 l II I ...
uus an reauy to sprout into
visible ivory plants. The "soil"
through which they must push their
way (tho gums) must bo kept
healthy and prepared just as the
prdener must tend his garden be.
joro the seeds he has planted sprout.
Keep the infant's mouth clean and
pure by washing every day swab
gently with a bit of cotton soaked in
a weak solution of, Sanitol Liquid
Plates 2, 3 and 4 show tho for
mation of tho teeth ira their pockets
and other teeth coming through and
in position. During this period the
mother or tho nurse should clean
the child's mouth and teeth several
times a day, using a child's tooth
brush with a little Sanitol Tooth
Powder or Paste.
THE HOME OF SAN1TOI.
BHBHWgMMgtii iii iPiW 'i i ii maaa&giUy '" WIHOHai
Plate 5 shows all tho first teeth
formed and in position. At this ago
every child should be placed under
the care of the family dentist and
should be taught to usa a small
tooth brush regularly.
iLoo carefully at Plate 6 See
those second teeth being formed
back of the first teeth? They are
absorbing nourishment from the
roots of the first teeth. If those
first teeth are healthy well and
good, but if they ore not you can
readily see that tho second teeth
must suffer. This is a vital reason
why, tooth cleanliness should bo
most carefully watched. Note the
same things in plates 7, 8 and 9.
Plate 10 shows all the teeth in
position but the wisdom teeth.
These second teeth should bo guard
ed and cleaned several times a day,
using Sanitol Tooth Powder or
Paste and a Sanitol Tooth Brush
which is properly shaped for reach
ing all surfaces.
V Pint 1 1 All the teeth are in
place every ivory plant is in posi
tion, and it remains tp boseen how
long these plants will remain healthy
and strong. This matter is in your
own hands, and the answer is
Plate 1 2 Shows the mouth in old
age. There are young people not
out of their twenties whose mouths
look liko this neglect is the cause.
Thero are old people in the eighties
who have evf ry tooth in their mouth
care is tho reason.
Remember this-rBad teeth in your
children aro a reflection on your care
as a parent. Bad teeth in your own
mouth are a reflection on your own
knowledge of oral hygiene
Sanitol Tooth Powder and Paste
are antiseptic preparations. By
virtue of this quality they destroy
harmful germ life present w the
mouth and retard tooth decay.
They counteract acid rnouth, and
a acid mouth encourage gerrohfe.
i injurious toj teeth and gums and
promotes decay tho service of thesa
Sanitol Tooth Preparations in this
direction is apparent. They aro
pure white in color, containing no
artificial coloring matter as any
coloring matter must be considered
to be a useless, perhaps harmful;
Impurity. In a dentifrice this is an
Sanitol Tooth Pdwder and Pasta
aro prepared under supervision of
the chemist of the Sanitol Chemical
Laboratory Co., with the greatest
care and accuracy and of the finest
ingredients. Their base is the high
est grade of Precipitated Chalk of
sufficient density to serve as an ef
fective abradent, but not densa
enough to injure the enamel. We
do not use chemicals, drugs of any
harmful nature, pumice stone, cuttle
fish bone or any gritty matter in our
So for a pure, sweet mouth and
healthy white teeth be sure you get
Sanitol Tooth Powder or Paste
the preparations that wero awarded
the Gold Medal, highest award at
the San Francisco Panama-Pacific
Free Sample Package of Sanitol
Tooth Powder or Sanitol Tooth
Paste for your
name and address
and 4 cents in
stamps to pay
U. S. A. 323SLJ
A one-crop farmer was sliding down-grade. And when
he spent $25 for the cow, he felt guilty.
One day he heard a dairy expert talk. He took some milk to
be tested. Two milkings four gallons tested 6& per cent !
By some trick of fate he had got hold of a cow wdrth $300.
That piece of luck, and some sound advice from the ex
pert, set him right-about-face. He got started
And today his stock and his income are answers to every
dairyman and farmer who wonders whether a pure-bred
herd pays. Read the account Coming Out by the Milky
Way in the February 12th issue of
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