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H THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH
BRIEF REVIEW OF
1 A WEEKEVENTS
H ftKCORD OP THI IMPORTANT
1 u HAPPENINGS IN ITEM
1 IZED FORM
H Homa and Foralon News aatharM
H From All Quarters of the Worll,
H and Prepared for Buiy Mm
H Mrs. Anna Klclioy of Fossil, Wyo.,
H B cnttleworann SO yenrs of ago, In suf-
H iorlng from u shattered left arm, tho
H result of a shot fired at her by a
H masked highwayman.
H Flro of unknown origin destroyed the
H Ryan fnilt company warehouse nt
H Butte, causing u loss of $100,000. Tho
H building ami large quantities of storcU
H Ifood wero destroyed.
H Ten tons of fish, said to havo been
H stored for so long that they nru bo-
H ginning to spoil, wero seized nt tho
H Dcnvor I eo and Cold Storage Co. plant
H by tho statu board of health.
H Mrs. John Sanger, wealthy uud
H prominent In exclusive Denver society
H circles, died Monday from Injuries re-
H eclved when a motor ear loaded en
H routo to n picnic, was Htrtick by u
H freight train near Scdnlla, Colo.
H eighteen men nro belluved dead, bur-
H fed under debris from the explosion
tn the Oukvlew mine of tho Oakdulu
H conl company near LaYctii, Colo.
H Utah stockmen hnvo been assured
H tho support of tho Utah senators In
M (Washington In their fight ngnlnst tho
H adoption of tho so-called puckerM' bills
H now pending beforo congress.
H Tho steamer Kdltor, named by the
H shipping board lu honor of the nows-
H paper men and women of tho United
H States mid Canada wiih launched at
H Senttlo on August 10, In tho presence
H of cheering scores of members of tho
H National Editorial association, gather-
H cd In .Scatllo from all parts of the
H country to attend tho association' 1011)
H Citizens of Wnlseiiburg. Colo., kid
K nnped tlireo I. W. W. agitators ached-
H aled to speak at u mass meeting, and
H chased them out of town.
H Nineteen persons wero Injured when
H a passenger train overturned near
B Chester, Colo., u defective rail being
B tii causa.
BBfl After wounding uud overpowering
HBh two nnncd deputy sheriffs during u
BBV' fight lu which he, too, was shot, 6. W.
HBl Lonclsy, n fanner of Cortland, Nob.,
staggered into a general store nt that
HBl place lato Monday and shot Justice of
tho Poacc Chris Pielffor through tho
pBi Unless onllstincnts In tho navy are
JBi apoctlcd up tho Pacific fleet when flu-
BBl ally formed will hnvo u complement
BBl, of only CO tier cent according to Ad
U -. talral Hugh Hodman.
M JH Chin Hoy, a Chinese student, was
PB j killed Instantly, und Chin Chang, a
PB w licensed Chinese avlutor, who recently
arrived from tho cast, ws Injured scr
paH JT JPMfljT Hi EflUn-COtl City, thirty miles
at south of Hrtii'PBtnuitiCfl, wln'nn nlr
-M TP ti to the tSTui trom a height Of 2000
H ' Initial step In tho organization of a
B national labor party were taken ut n
fl conferencu of representatives of labor
M organizations of several states held ut
U Chicago on August 18.
H Lieutenants l'aul II. Duvls mid liar-
H old (I. Peterson, American urmy uvl-
H otors, captured by Mexican buudltH,
H have been released upon payment of
H J15,000 ransom.
H A. 35 to 03 per cent Incrcaso In
H wages Is deuiiiuded for 117,000 flro-
1 men and hostlers on railroads In tho
PH United States und Cniuuln lu u wngo
M Ciilo adopted before adjournment Hun-
U day by 1100 general chairmen of tho
M Brotherhood of locomotive Firemen
M and lCnglneinen lu busslou at Clove-
M Two American u viators, Lieutenant
H l'aul II. Duvls and Harold a. Peterson,
M uro reported um having been captured
H by banditti lu Mexico uud ure being
fH held for ransom.
H The 1200 striking Northern I'uclflc
1 shopmen nt Tiicoum returned to their
M places Saturday morning, following
M orders Issued by their officials. The
K Milwaukee shnpiiieii went to work
HB earlier lu the week.
M The sugar shortitgo In this country
JB eoon will be relieved, uccordlng to the
B United States sugar equalization board,
IBJ M-hlch announced Saturday that It hud
M more than 100 ships euguged In bring-
BB lug sugar from Culm.
m Drivers of retail milk wagons In
H New York City huve formulated de-
1 mauds for $M u week und a six-hour
m day to be presented to their omploy-
BB ers wheu their present contract ex-
B plres the last of October.
1 1'etltlons for the recall of Mayor
B Smith und Flnnnco Commissioner Wll-
BB 11am Ure, Street Commissioner Itoy
M Towl uud I'ollco Commissioner Dean
M lllnger, havo been filed ut Omaha.
BB The ninth annual convention of tho
BB Natlonul Old Trails' association enmo
BB - to a close at Durango, Colo., on August
B 30, Without selection of- tho 1020 con-
BB rventlon city. Tho selection vus left
BB to tho executive commlttco,
M Five persons wero lusiuntly killed
BB ntar Lima, O., when an automobile
H in which thoy wero riding was struck
H by a Western Ohio traction car.
A conforenca, which tho wine rrow
ers Qf CallfornlR hoped to arrango
fflth Prildont Wilson on tho occasion
of his vlsltto th coast, has bten aban
doned since tho rocelpt of a lotter from
Secretary Tumulty who wroto that It
would "hardly bo possible to arrung
such an Interview."
"Left wing" Socialists have Issued a
cull to radicals throughout tho country
to attend it convention In Chicago on
September 1 to organize "tho com
munist party of America."
A Ihlrd skeleton was dug up nt
Maple IIIII, Kansas, Sunday, by tho
state officials Investigating tho mys
terious dlsuppeiuuuec of four men
there during tho last eight years.
In tho second raid on food supplies
stored In tho Detroit Itcfrlgerntlng
company's plant at Detroit, r.gcnts of
tho department of Justice seized T.aiO,
000 eggs mid approximately 1100,000
pounds of butter.
Japan's seizure of .Shnntung and
other uggressloim upon Chlim will
bring war lu the east within ten years,
declared Thomas t Millard, it far
eastern expert, hi testimony buforo tho
senate foreign lelutloim committee.
Tho house prohibition enforcement
hilt, us redrafted by u subcommittee,
has been ordered favorably reported
to the senate hy the Judiciary com
mittee. Records made public August 10 show
war contracts uwultlug liquidation
amount to more than $2,000,000,000,
although 80 per cent of the emergency
commitments of the government huve
President Wilson has vetoed tho bill
repeullng the daylight saving law. The
president mild ho returned the hill
without his approval with "the utmost
reluctance," because he realized "tho
very considerable, uud In some respects
very serious Inconveniences to which
tho daylight saving law subjects the
farmers of thu country."
Plans for old ugo pensions for per
sons more than 03 years of age wero
proposed In u bill Introduced hy Sen.
ntor McNnry, Itepiibllcnn, Oregon.
Under Its provisions persons with In
comes of not morn thnu $0 n week
would receive u weekly pension of $ I.
Replying to u senato resolution, Di
rector (leiieral of Railroads Illues In
formed the senate that while thcro
had been some car shortage In the
bituminous coal districts, he did not
"anticipate any shortages In transpor
tation which will be In any sense ex
ceptional or abnormal or which will
Justify oppressive price for ciml."
Cunndlnn cannon which fired the
lust shots nt the Ocrmiius on urmlstlco
day, November 11, 1018, wero present
ed to tho village of Mons with elab
Thirty-eight officers of tho Italian
army und u numbor of civilians arc
among tho prominent Italians who
will bo decorated with tho American
Distinguished Scrvlco medal by Gen
eral Pershing on his forthcoming visit
Alexander P. Iswolsky, veteran Rus
sian diplomat und nmbussndor to
Franco nt the outbreak of tho wnrt Is
dead. Ho was 54 years old.
. Tho Italian cublnct, tho Popolo Ro
mano says, lipji d.criJC(j n,o to levy a
tax; on Inheritances at thl tim jj.
stead 80vernmont will forco
wealthy persons to grant loans to the
government nt a very low rate of In
terest. Tho forwarding of mall dotnlncd at
I.ondou during the war by tho postal
censor wilt be completed August 30, the
war office announces. The mall wus
held heciiusu Its transmission would
havo assisted the Oerman military und
A womaji's demonstration nt Uerllu
for tho speedy return of Gorman pris
oners of war on Friday ended when
the women were dispersed by tho
Tho Suez canal has been blocked by
the sinking of tho Italian cruiser lias
lllcatu nfter an explosion, according
to advices from Port Said. Tho cruis
er sank near Towflk.
Tho German government has reject
ed tho demand of tho allies for the
recnll of Gen. von Dcr Goltz, com
mander In chief of Gorman forces In
tho Ilaltle provinces.
French pilots and observers killed
and wounded during the war aggre
gated 00 per cent of tho total flying
personnel of slightly less than III.OOO,
Tho Japanese government has In
formed the government, of Admiral
Kolchuk that Japan Is unable to accede
to Its request" to send several divisions
of troojis, to usslst Kolchak In the
war against the Bolshevlkl.
The cool irilners of Yorkshire, where
more than 200,000 men havo been on
strike since July 21, have decided to
Three Bilver fox skins for which
$2500 hns been refused In London
were obtained In Archangel for six
bottles of whiskey by a British of fleet,
who has just returned from northern
Six submarine chasers, veterans of
the U-boat cnmpalgns In tho North
sen and tho Adriatic, left Iiennudn on
August 14 on n race to Now York.
Prominent Jnpaneso business men
have decided to float n $25,000,000
company for tho purpose oMuylng u
rablo lino between tho United Stntea
Gnbrlol Poulaln, noted French' cyi
cllst, has succeeded in perfecting an
nerocycle, which ho la nblo to rnlsq
Into tho air and propel for n dfstance
of twelve yards, attaining a speed of
twenty-five miles an hour.
WILSON AND 8ENATOR8 DISCUS8
PACT PROVISIONS AT WHITE
Minute Explanations of Disputed
Points In Leaoue of Nations Cov-
enant Are Brought Out, Presl-
dent Uralno Early Action.
Washington. President Wilson, In
terpreting the league of nations cov
enant fur the sennto foreign relations
committee, on Tuesday, declared It Im
posed no legal obligation for tho uso
of Amerlcnn military forco In protect
ing tho territory or Independence of
nny other nation.
But he added that tho covenant
might Involve, in certain circum
stances, mi "absolutely compelling
moral obligation," which might bo
even stronger than u legnl promise.
Pressed for n more exnet definition
by commlttco members, who Insisted
that the whole arrangement was a
''rope of sand," lie asserted thnt on tho
contrary ho considered It ns plnclng
the nations lu "an attitude of comrade
ship und protection" which would com
pel respect for the principles of 'Jus
tice and liberty.
Meeting the commlttco In n round
table discussion In tho cast room of
the White House, In contradiction to
the precedents of more than u cen
tury and with thu whole nation listen
ing through thu medium of u relay
of public stenographers, tho presi
dent went Into many of the details of
the pence negotiations and touched on
all the hotly debated questions which
havo divided the senato lu Its consid
eration of the peace treaty.
Atlclo X of the covenant, guaran
teeing the Integrity of lenguo mem
bers against nggresslon, ho declared,
would leave to each nation "complcto
freedom ut choice as to thu applica
tion of force." Kvon If tho American
representatives on tho council Jolnod
hi a unanimous recommendation for
mllltnry action tho final decision for
peace or war must rest so far ns con
cerned tho United States with con
gress, ho said.
Whatever advlco the council gavo
under Its authority to take such nctlon
as is "deemed appropriate," must nlso
be deemed appropriate by tho United
States to bo binding on this govern
ment, he argued, though In thu back
ground would ho such a potential moral
force that ho. doubted If the nation
would often decline to uct.
Tho president revealed that Japan's
promise to return Shantung province
to China was reduced to written fornf
In the minutes of thu peace conference.
Hu asserted he hud "every confidence"
thut'tho promise would bo carried out,
and told the senators It wus "tho best
thnt could bo got" out of tho negoti
ations, Japan having given notlco sho
would withdraw from tho conference
If her demands wore refused.
Tho American delegates, ho said, had
tr!d 2 JJcSj: UiS nation, frco from. ob
ligations In HuWpeau ntfalrs, "so tar
as It was lionornbly riosslblo to do so,"
but ho assorted that It might bo neces
sary to keep somo American troops In
tho Rhino district under tho treaty
for tho next fifteen years.
He declared tho nation would bo Its
own sole Judge whether Its obligations
had been fulfilled under tho disputed
withdrawal clause of thu league cove
nant; that purely domestic questions
wero safe from tho league's lnterf--ence;
nnd that tho Monroo doctrine
wus clearly preserved.
The league, the president explained,
was built on tho plan of General Smuts
of South Africa.
Mr. Wilson revealed that ho had
suggested tho United .Suites take no
part of the German reparations, hut
had asked that tho conference reserve
disposition of tho Germnn Pacific
Island of Yap on a suggestion that
(t was needed for mi American naval
Knrly action on the treaty was urged
In u stutement by tho president at tho
outset of tho conference. This was
necessary, ho held, so that a peaco
basis might bo reached, nnd tho other
treaties under negotiations now nt Ver
sailles wero being delnycd until tho
world learned whnt would happen to
tho treaty with Germany. Ho kald ho
saw no rcnsonnblQ objection to senate
reservations; but thought It unwise to
Incorporate them lu tho ratification
Oregon Qlrl Win Cross.
New York. Ono of tho. few Ameri
can women who gained tho French
Croix do Guorro for brujery nnd hero
ism under flro In France was Miss
Orll Klslo Henthorne, of Portland,
Ore., who returned Sunday when the
transport Patricia docked in Ilobokcn.
Stag Luncheon 8erved Solons.
Washington. It was n "stag" lunch
eon thut President Wilson gave to
members of tho senato foreign rela
tions commlttco Tuesday, following the
White Houso treaty conference, so
Mrs. Wilson .wns. loft to lunch alone.
Texas Prepared for Emergency,
by has Instructed tho adjutant gener
al's department to havo tho Texas Na
tional Guard ready to respond to an
emergency call for service on tho border.
Reports that carloads of fruit are
boing permitted to spoil nt Billings,
Mont, will ho Investigated.
Whllo preparing for n hunting trip,
John S. Wright, of McGIll, Nov., uccl
dentally shot himself, death occurring
a few hours inter.
The cutting nnd threshing of winter
wheat is going on In all sections of
Moiitnna. The yield Is light, but many
fields of dry laud nvcrngo well.
In some parts of Wyoming tho con
dition oi tho ran go Is serious und somo
sheep nnd cattle already nrc being
shipped out for feed and pasture.
Glaring Inequalities lu assessment
returns from various .counties In Mon
tana hnvo caused the stato board of
equalization to silmiiiou u number of
assessors to meet with tho board.
Written on half of a pocket hand
kerchief from which tho luundry mark
had been torn, n blackmail letter re
oalved by Felix Do Noros of Murray,
Utah, Is In the custody of t!ie sheriff.
The state board of health of Moii
tnna plans to use free bactcrln to bat
tlo Influenza this winter. A recur
rence of tho malady, though, It Is
hoped, In n milder form Is expected.
II. I. Alexander, of Three Forks,
Mont., committed sulcldo by bunging
while his wlfo and other relatives had
gone to Bozcman on business. Ill
health wac tho causo of his rash act.
Vlth n reduction of 214 mills, the
te tax levy will bo 4 llt-IO mills on
all property taxablo lu Montana, fol
lowing ndoptlon of tho levy by the
state board of equalization ut n'mcct
Ing last week.
Cuttle In Montana goncrnlly have
withstood tho drought well und Im
provement In rungo conditions hns
been sufficient to cause arrangements
for shipping stock out of tha stato to
be cancelled In some localities,
Mrs. Anna Rlchcy of Fossil, Wyo.,
widely known cuttle woman, UO years
of uge, was shot In tho left arm hy a
masked man seven miles west of Kent
merer. The bones of the arm were
shatteied and amputation may he nec
essary. High winds ullled wltti dry weather
are continuing to play havoc In the
forests of northern Idaho and Mon
tana, and the officials nt the district
offices hold little hope for the future
until the country lu visited with gen
Sixteen municipal water systems In
Montana havo failed to win "approval"
on the part of tho stato board of
health ufter tests conducted by W. M.
Oohjelgh, director and chemist of the
detriment of wntcr nnd sewage at
lj tiorenuin laboratory,
Rents In Deliver will bo Increused
from 10 to 15 per cent September 1,
according to notices served on tenants.
The increase affects apartments us
well us houses. Owners assign In
reused cost of coal and higher wages
to Janitors ns the reason.
The Independent mill nt Victor,
Colo., ono of tho largest In this sec
tion of tho west, wns robbed one night
last week. Tho bandits overpowered
two watchmen nnd escaped with a
quantity of gold concentrates. The
watchmen nro In a hospital nt Victor.
Tho Utah Construction company,
which has two largo railroad camps a
few miles northwest of Banks, Ore,
Is receiving large supplies of machin
ery nnd graders, and Is hastening work
on the new railroad from Wllkkboro,
through Banks, up to tho big timber
Escaping death In a bomb explosion
nt Camp Pike, where ho wns chief gas
officer, only to bo killed In a fall
down a ulne shaft at Tonopuh, Nov.,
was the tragic flnalo to tho llfo of
Lieut. Harry Townsend Hohson, cousin
of Richmond Pearson Hobson, hero of
Cascade county officials raided nn
ibnndoned building nine miles from
Greut Falls, Mont., and found u largo
still used In ni'inufncturlng whiskey
from raisins. Tho still was capable
of turning out whisky ut tho into of
a glass every three minutes and 10
larrels of raisins wero found.
Alfred Rtdsto of tho Alton, Mont.,
section," Iiob brought a suit nculus't C.
K. Fenner, prominent farmer of that
district, to recover $25,000 for tho al
loged alienation of ln wife's uffec
tlons. Resolutions declaring thnt In their
opinion tho crops of Montana this
year, whllo hot up to tho average, nro
rensoimbly ncceptnblo and that tho
wheat crop of the Treasure stuto In
1010 will tolul 15.OW.000 bushels ns
compnrcd to 25,000,000 fast year, wero
adopted by tho Montunn bankers ut
their recent meo'.lng.
It hns been nwny n yeat slhco city
luxes or lease royalties havo been pnld
In gold tlust In Montana. Recently,
however, tho custom has been revived
in Helena, nd Raleigh Wilkinson haa
been fraymg In Sold dust, over tho
xwmtefr of ft bink, tho city's 10 per
cent royalty 'on tno gold lie has wtned
In the heart of Helena.
Appearing as a long-lost daughter
of tho dead man Miss Hazel Crulg of
Los Angeles has filed n probate peti
tion In the Third district court of Salt
Lnko asking that t-ho be appointed ns
the administrator tf tho estate of her
u'ther, C. D. Tobev.
During tho pnst week tho great
drought!! In Western Wyoming bus
hconTrroUeii oy-bevei-al-good nrhisr
U'lio farmers In the surrouuifTng vicin
ity nppreclato tho downpour und tho
stockmen and sheep growers welcomo
tho moisture- us salvation tor their
MINES AND MINING
Considerable Improvement hns bconi
noted In physical conditions In tho
fice of tho Tnr Baby tunnel, according
t word received Inst week.
According to reports from Alta, tho
cnve-In of u stopo In tho property of
the South Hecln property was not as
serious as at first expected and tho
miners nro catching up with the work.
Report of Ray Consolidated for
quarter ended June 30, 11)10, shows
net profit beforo dividends of $JI10,
805. Production amounted to 11,.'!00,
11S pounds of copper, compared with
12,2011S1 In previous quarter.
The land leasing hill, designed to
promote the production of coal, oil,
gas and phosphates on government
owned Inndt, has been reported fo the
Fcnnto by the public lands committee,
and It was sent to the calendar.
With n dividend record of $4,777,250
since 1014, n surplus in Its treasury of
better than $000,000, nnd a maximum
payroll for a force thut has never ex
ceeded 35 men, Caledonia lu the Coeur
d'Atcncs, Is making n remarkable
The smelter and flotation mill of tho
Calaveras Copper company have been
placed In operation after nu idleness
of several months, nnd mine produc
tion Is being gradually worked up to
normal, says the San Francisco
On thp fifteenth of tho month the
Nnlldrlvor mine In tho Park City dis
trict, which for somo time lias been
worked hy lessees, wns taken over by
tho company. From now on the com
pany wilt work tho mlno and develop
Tlie foundations are In nnd the ma
chinery Is on the ground at tho Jib
mining property In Montana ready for
Installation. The pumping operations
havo been quite successful and It Is de
clared thnt all tho rich oro bodies nro
A western mining man who has Just
returned from British Columbia de
clares that considerable prosperity
prevnlls In the mining districts of tho
province, especially In the silver
camps. United States capital Is fast
becoming heavily Interested In mining
properties lu thnt region.
Production of crude oil lu tho United
States In Juno nmoiinted to 31,230,000
barrels of forty-two gallons each, com
pnrcd with 20,330,000 barrels In May,
according to tho Boston News Bureau.
This Is tho largest amount ever re
ported In n month. Dally average
mounted to 1,011,300 barrels.
Tho report of Ray Consolidated for
tho tlireo months ended June 30 shows
not profit before dividends of $310,305.
Allowing tho dividend Of $788,580,
I thcro Is n deficit of $472,224. Produc
tion for tho quarter amounted to 11,
300,118 pounds of copper, compnrcd
with 12,201,381 thrco months before:
An official estimate by thu manage
ment of tho Ooldflelu Development
company places the vlslblo ore reserve
at 2,200,000 tons, Including blocked-out
deposits In tho Combination, Red Top,
Mohawk and north half of tho Flor
ence mines. The whole tonnago Is
estimated to havo n minimum worth
of $11,000,000 to $15,000,000.
According to word given out during
the past week, It l barely posslhlo
that tho officers of tho Lehl Tlntlc
Mining company may postpone tho
sinking of tho new proposed shaft un
til a futuro date, tho reason being that
tho oro showings nro developing so
splendidly that tho mine might bo
worked profitably under tho present
Tho Increasing production costs does
not Hceui to act as n deterrent In tho
prospecting for gold, ns Is evidenced by
ho advent of another largo mining
lompnny Into this district, according
o tho Nevada Stato Journal. Tho lnt
ot development Is tho announcement
Hint the old Bullion property Is to ho
fooponcd by Nevada men" who nro well
iiile to flnnnco tho property.
With the flgnnturo of tho president
on August 10, tho Hnwley hill, which
provides for exemption of assessment
work on nilplng claims,. became n law.
By the pnssago of tho Hawley bill, tho
annual expedlturo of $100 on mining
claims by claimants will bo unneces
sary during the .year 1010. Exemption
as provided In the law, however, Is
limited to flvo claims for any single
Partly becnuso of tho small supply
in London, ns well as tho Incrcuslng
continental demand, tho price of sil
ver has been advancing fast, writes
Srlnlvns R. Wagcl of the Bullion and
Foreign Kxchnnge of New York City.
The 'labor troubles In Cobalt hnv ma
lorluliy contributed to tho rise, 'it Is
stated that It will takxs at least n
month before the tulties there can ro
turn to Jionnnl production.
Tlireo lghtorse teams nro em
ployed hauling concentrates from tho
Sunset Wine nd Will at Unlonvllle.
Besides high allver and gold contonta
tho Wo lias been foxmd to contain
sixty tor cent ttmgstlc milnlilfle.
Repdft 'of Nevada 'Consolidated Tor
quarter 'ended Juno 30, shows produc
tion of 11,140,302 pounds -of copper,
oompnrcd with 12,201,444 pounds In
previous quartet Net profit wus $181,
778, conipured with loss of $111,150 In
the Mnrch 31 quarter.
In the Loring district In Nevada,
which was until recently known as tho
Ing place. Wlngfleld engineers, who
hnvo taken options on tho'She'cilherder
mine stock nnd leases, uro uow nnnip
ling tho property preliminary to exe
cuting tho options.
Jffiii Kelly Tells How Lydia
E. Pinkham' Vegetable
Nawark, N. J.-" For about thre
rears I suffered from nervous break-
il !-! down and pot so
I I IS jaMaW wcttk I coulcl hardly-
III INbIbW stand, and hadhead
f I III Ij3WC aches every day. X
U& """ 7s Wed everything I
jBHft vdL cou'd think of and
amkrVw irvr Wft ""dor a phy-
wK7 Jim BlcJan's care for two ,
y J t m years. A girl friend
Cfc$yuVVf hd.u.cd Lydia E.
VvmnTllfijif tablo Compound and
. WuVwIlllPar 'bo told mo about
V.VjNiFvJb'1' From tho drat
V SMnT0 'co' better and
TV 'ik2Sw able to do most any
i(WlVS k,nd of worJc' I
ill!nM,3lnWIC$l have been recom
i ijr mending the Com
pound ever ilnce and (rive you my per
Jnlstlon to publish this lotter."-Mlsa
Flo Kelly, 470 So. 14th St, Newark,
The reason this famous root and herb
remedy, Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable
Compound, was so auccessful In MIm
Holly's caae was because it went to tha
root of her trouble, restored her to &
normal healthy condition and aa areiult
her nervouineii disappeared.
Hnrry nnd Graco each received a
nickel with which to buy candy. They
hurried down tho street to a little
shop, where tho tempting nnoy of
chocolates In the window and the In
viting sign, "Tho Busy Bee," ulwvtc the
door, lured them within. The made
their purchases nnd left. Ontfi out
on tho sidewalk, Harry held up his
sack, In which rattled wee particles of
"Busy Bc(," ho snorted. "No won
der they call It that If everybody who
goes In there gets stung like we did."
Belgium After the War.
Statistical students of tho cost of
living In Brussels show thnt for nccca- .
eltlcs tho prlco of which may ho des
ignated ns 100 In April, 1014, Brussels
paid 000 In Jnnunry, 1010, or nearly
a sevenfold Incrcnsc. There has been
a constant drop Blnce January, rcich-
Ing 501 In February, 403 In March, 344
In April nnd 833 In May, 1010. Arti
cles not necessities have come down
from 015 In Jnnunry to 400 In May,
and clothing, shoes, conl nnd light rep
resent oil by G10 In Jnnunry, have drop- ,
ped to 351 In May.
Getting Madder All tha Time. '
Bobby noticed that his friend Johnny jC
wns sitting on llttlo Wllllo'a neck, 'fi
whllo the latter was faced to the II
ground In a helpless) position. m
"What are you sitting on Willie 1
fori" demanded Bobby. if
"Oh, I'm Just going to sit on him tilt II
I count a hundred, 'cnuso my mamma I
told mo to always count a hundred I
when you nro angry beforo striking
anyone, nnd I don't want him to get '
Cutlcura for Sore Handa. t
Soak hands on retiring In tho hot audi 3
of Cutlcura Soap, dry and rub In Cu- '
tlcura Ointment. Removo surplus J
Ointment with tissue paper. This la
only ono of tho things Cutlcura will do '
If Soap, Ointment and Talcum aro ued i
for all tpllct purposes. Adv. (
Perfect contentment' kills all ainbJ-
tlon. No small boy licking an Ice '
cream cone would change pnecs with ''
tho president of the United States dnt- l'
Ing that glad fow minutes. !:
When a mnn marries his stenogrn-
pher, that Is whero ho stops dlctat- i
I Don't Go From Bad to Worse! I j
. A, ?.u .?!way, wen,t, miierable nnd J
half-rick? lhen it's time you found out I
what is vitong. Kidney weaknew j
causes much (uttering from backache, jf
Umeneu, ti(Inca and rheumatio B
pjlni, and if neglected, bringa danger S
of aeripua troublea-dropiy, gravel and i
Hrlght's disease. Don't delay. Ue !
Doan't Kidnev rm$. They have
helped thousand! and should help you.
Ask your neighbor)
An Idaho Case
?sftl lira. J. W. Webster,
3f J 00 Eighth 8t.. Lewlsi
jeT&i ton. Idaho, says; "I
3itiA .hft? trouble from my ,
W tA kidneys of a dropsical
VjQ nature. Mornings my ,
rJ. hands were. swollen so ,
WffJM9 b,adly I could hardly ',
, fttaBF elosa them and my ,
J I JmW feet were swollen, too (
I , liV The flesh uhder my
i aVll US eyel wa puled up I
H II)M ana 1 had other an- j
awl I film noylng- symptoms of I
1 11 kidney com plat n t. i
4 .LP Doanls Kidney Pills
ttWQajg fixed me up In good j
Ct Dmb's at Any Store, 0o Bos I
i rOSTERJWLBURN CO., BUFFALO, N.Y.
fSH ...FAfUCEivS 1
ml Hair balsam
AtoUtl prcprU ct merit,
waj Ulp to ertdkau dandruff.
-MW For Restoring Color and --TnntautytoCrayand
YS; SOqandsl Wat drurglite.
louiei, ata. itoM all pain, luum corufurt to tb At
UU. Ulwoi Ctumlcal Worki, J'atcoorua, H. Y. B
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