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♦f what designers attempt to
make women wear, said one style
maker recently, and this! new
©oat dress of black velvet bears
out the statement. The costume
Involves the new brassier lines,
and Is trimmed in white ribbon.
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ARE VOW RHEUMATIC?
Many Pangs That Pit** tor Rheuma
tism Are Keally Dsse to Weak
Is it rheumatism?
Not every pain is.
Weak kidneys let, uric acid collect.
Trie acid causes many queer pains.
In the thigh it's sciatica;
In the back, lumbago;
In the nerves, neuritis.
Gout, gravel, dropsy are uric trou
When you suspect the kidneys use
Doan's Kidney Pills —
The home-recommended remedy.
Pullman testimony is the best
Head this Pullman man's story:
L. Bertie, R. R. •_>, Pullman, says:
"I gladly confirm the statement
given by one of the family regarding
the benefit 1 had from Doan's Kid
ney Pills. Kidney trouble had ms
hi a bad way and I suffered for quite
a while with rheumatic pains in my
~*ack and shoulders. I could not get
sest at night, baring to sit up hoars
at a time to ease the pain in my back.
Nothing helped me until I began us
ing Doan's Kidney Pills. They soon
put an end to the trouble ; «d the
cure has been permanent."
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy— gel
Doan's Kidney Pills- -the same that
*' Bonie h?d. Foster-Milhurn Co..
Pfra., Buffalo. N. Y.
MONARCH— beet Montana
a»rd vrhec.t flour on the market. Yeo
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(Conducted by National Council of the
Hoy Scouts of America >
TO ASSISTANT SCOUTMASTERS
Chief Scout Executive James E.
West semis this word to the almost
18,000 assistant scoutmasters of boy
"Your rank and opportunity Is one
to excite envy. Your Job is what you
make It and your troop is largely up
to you. The chance for the boy scout
movement to be serving a million boy
members by next birthday rests with
you. if anyone else brings about the
million, that someone will have
stepped in and picked up your op
"Ones this seem strange? A typo
graphical error, putting in the word
assistant? Then consider the lieu
tenant in the great war.
"We think of yon as the man with
youth and physical vitality enough to
carry on anil carry through to success
the plans Of your chief.
"To us you are the man, the only
man, who can say. "Hoys, Mr. Scout
master would he greatly pleased If we
rolled our packs and put our camp
site in perfect order right after din
ner —he would enjoy our afternoon
tests and games and swim, himself,
if he didn't have that cloud hanging
over him, of asking you to police this
spot at 5 p. m. We owe him a good
time. Tlmt-a-boy. You'll be done In
ten minutes at the rate you're doing
"You are between the hoy and the
ultimate authority; and your word of
encouragement and your sympathy
when scouts are In wrong can he one
of the truly great factors' in the
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA.
A good turn every day!
That's scoutlng's heart and Bout,
Its brain and brawn.
A good turn every day—
Not for pay.
Not by rule.
But from love
Boyhood's boyish, manly love.
Boyhood's deathless love.
Of Good for Good's sake.
Rich boy, poor boy.
Boy of city, boy of town.
Boys of every real boy land.
This hemisphere, and that— ' '
Scouting binds them all
In service, service, service.
Day after day, day after day,
Work sendee, play service.
Manlier every hour,
Soon to be full men,
Full heart, full mind,
Full body, full soul.
To the Roosevelttan utmost;
Men to the last drop of red blood.
To the last nerve twinkle.
To the last heart flutter,
Men, yet forever—boys;
Men with virile boyishness
If boy scouts.
Prepared for life'
For the merry seriousness of ft.
The fun play fight of It.
The thrilling carrying on of It,
Boy life, man life,
Prepared for death'
The smiling calm of It.
The certain crown of It,
The onward, upward, llvln* faith of It
Stanch, hand In hand,
Shoulder to shoulder,
Heart with heart.
living and helping to live.
Living close to nature's heart.
Helping bird, helping beast.
All God's creatures!
Every man, every woman.
Boy scouts, big and little.
Boy-men. yet Just boys!
—Edward Branch Lyman, In New Tork
SCOUTS FURNISH GOOD BLOOD.
For some time Boy Scouts Alex Ho
gan, Douglas Peck, Frank Hampshire,
Arthur Bohn and Frank Smith, mem
bers of the boy scout organization in
Salt Lake city, have been going to
the hospital twice a week to give
their blood to rejuvenate an Injured
In an effort to save the life of
Frank Adkln, who was taken to the
hospital after receiving serious In
juries when a piano fell on him dur
ing a tire, the Salt Lake City hoy
scouts council was asked to furnish
hoys to have their blood transfused
Into the veins of the injured man.
Dr. Clarence Snow of the hospital,
In .in effort to obtain non-smokers and
non-alcohol users for this purpose,
turned to the scouts for co-operation.
Although Mr. Adkln Is in a serious con
dition, he has been improving rap
idly and Is expected to fully recover.
The blood was furnished at the rate
of a pint every other day for several
The scouts of a troop In Colony,
Kan., did their good turn by delivering
papers on account of accident to or
sickness of newsboys.
Cleveland (N. V.) scouts put out
three fires, cleaned the village pond
and helped get an automobile out of
Wisconsin Hoy Scouts are hunting
fresh-water pearls. They will go into
camp end bun' for pearl mussels while
wadinu barefoot In the shoal waters or
will drag for them from boats.
WILL ROAR TOWARD GERMANY
Position of Sculptured Lion on Fa
mous Battlefield of Waterloo Is
to Be Reversed.
The lion on the battlefield of Water
loo Is to face the other way, and
before long it will -land with open.
ponderous paws roaring silently, after
the manner of your fierce Inn consid
erate sculptured Hon.*. toward (ler
ninny Instead of Friinee. Fortunately
for the ijulet Of the countryside the
roar Is Imaginary s»r the lion would
long ago have Issv »me a nuisance
whichever way he fined. The lon
was set up bj Belgium after the hat
tle of Waterloo, and stood as a warn
ing to France not to engage in any
more Napoleonic dreams of conquest;
and year after year It looked toward
France, while behind it Germany pre
pared for the next effort to dominate
other nations. It maintained its atti
tude while Germany carried through
the program that separated Alsace-
Lorraine from France; hut presently
behind the lion's hack Belgium began
to fortify, and eventually left liltn in
the ridiculous position of looking in
one direction while the Belgian fortifi
cations looked in another. A tame
lion. one might say, roaring for the edi
fication of tourists and with no per
sonal feeling about it. But now Bel
gium decides to turn him round and
let him roar toward Germany as a
solemn reminder of the unwisdom of
dreams of world conquest.
THINK TERM IS EFFEMINATE
Some Tennis Players Object to Word
"Love" as at Present Employed
in Scoring System.
There Is talk among the overlords
of tennis of finding another word than
"love" to mean "nothing" in the scor
ing system, for, although it may sur
prise many to hear it, the game Is
sometimes spoken of as effeminate,
and this bit of terminology is held re
sponsible. Nobody has ever explained
why "love" means "nothing" in tennis,
but there is a footnote in an old and
rare book about card-playing which
refers to an old Scottish word "luff,"
which meant "nothing," and this, per
haps, may have been somehow trans
ferred Into the game of tennis. Or,
again, the term may he of far eastern
origin, where a word . sounding like
"love" was used In the old form of
tennis that was once popular in the
orient. Whether or not the termin
ology undergoes change, the game is
In no immediate danger of falling off
in popularity, and the repeated shout
ing of these seeming endearments
across the tennis net has occasioned
much Innocent merriment. —
Honor Cuban Generals.
Cuba Is to pay honor to the memory
of General Maximo Gomez, the Island
republic's military hero, by erecting a
costly monument. A first prize of $25,
--000 was awarded recently to Aldo
Gaba, an Italian sculptor, for a model
of the memorial, which is to cost $200,
--000. Second and third prizes went re
spectively to Huertas Cabarrocas, a
Spanish-Cuban, and Gutson Borglum,
an American. General Gomez became
popular as the leader of the Cuban
forces In the war for Independence
from Spain, from 1895 to 1898. He
also took a prominent part In the Ten
Years' war, a revolt which began In
1888. On the day of his death, June
18, 1905, the general's family was pre
sented with a gift of $100,000 by the
government of Cuba. At the conclu
sion of the Spanish-American war,
General Gomez was honored at a pub
lic reception given by the American
forces occupying Havana at that time.
— Popular Mechanics Magazine.
Helium Gas Cheapened.
Up to 1915 the total output of
helium gas In all the world had prob
ably been less than 100 cubic feet, and
It was worth about $1,700 a cubic foot.
But just before the armistice was
signed a shipment of 1.10.000 cubic
feet of helium gas was sent to Europe,
and it costs less than 10 cents a cubic
Helium gas was first discovered on
the sun, by spectroscopy. It Is the
best gas for use in balloons, because
It is not inflammable. It is now ex
tracted from the natural gas of Texas
The method Is delicate and com
plex, but Is based upon the fact that
the principal constituents of natural
gas liquefy when cooled to about minus
329 degrees F.. but that helium re
mains a gas at that temperature, and
hence Is easily separated.
Surveyors Use Airplanes.
Four airplanes are being used to sur
vey the extensive forests of Labrador
to determine the value of the wood
pulp represented by the growing trees.
Aerial photographs will be taken of
many parts of the peninsula for use
In compiling statistics. The surveying
party, which left the United States re
cently for Nova Scotia, Is composed
of 40 persons and Is headed by a man
who served two years as a captain In
the British air forces — Popular Me
Rich Gift to Museum,
Field museum, In Chicago, has Just
been given a rare treasure trove, con
sisting of a collection of gold orna
ments excavated from the basin of the
Nechl river In Colombia, South Amer
ica, last June, consisting of breast
plates, aprons, elaborate earrings,
bells and necklaces, all in pure gold,
forming the most valuable collection
In the world of art of Colombia's an
THK PULLMAN HERALD
VALVE-IN-HEAD ifc) V
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The Buick Built Wheel
Is another unit around which is built the high standards of
the Buick Valve-in-Head Motor Car's efficiency and durability
Each spoke and felloe hewed from the proud giants of
nature's forests withstand every twist, shock or strain.
Their strength, endurance and quality, wedged and an
chored securely into the Buick built hub, evenly absorbs
and distributes with care and safety the tremendous thrusts
of unusual stress which it encounters in daily use.
Upon each wheel is the Buick hub cap—a name which
gives to all purchasers the assurance of protection and a
guarantee of satisfaction and service.
When Better Automobiles Are Built, BUICK Will Build Them
KIMBALL-BURT AUTO COMPANY
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Grenawalt - Folger Company
renawalt - r olger Company
We announce the arrival of new merchandise which
has just been received. These items are from recog
nized lines of merit. From these you should select
your Christmas gifts, for truly this year it's the early
shopper that profits.
HANSEN GLOVES FOR MEN CENTEMERI GLOVES
Accepted styles for men. Gloves For Ladies
thai fit and wear, giving you per
fect satisfaction. Gloves tor Conditions m France have been
every purpose. ™V bad-labor trouble* there as
well as here—but the Centemeri
people have made excellent de-
NEW FIBRE SILK SHIRTS liveries
ii \ enes,
For Men '
Fibre silk is very popular on ac- _ ._.,__,,
„ . ' . ... LADIES
'•mint of its wearing qualities.
Plenty of patterns to choose from, • WAISTS **» BLOUSES
li, the new styles, new fabrics
HARDEMAN HATS and beautifully made. New ar
"Better Hats for Men" rivals ''v"- week-
We are showing them in all the
new colors. Step in and try on a PHOENIX SILK HOSIERY
few. . , , , ,
We have a good stock on hand.
but not near enough to meet the
The newest things in Men's Caps, Christmas demand. Silk Hosiery
Scarfs, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, is an ever popular and most ac-
Belts, and Hosiery are being ceptable gift. So we advise you
shown in the Men's Department. to buy now.
Capp 100 per cent all-wool clothing. J. Cappa & Sons, Ltd., (since 1839) own
their own mills, buy all raw materials, and make the cloth that goes into their
clothing (the only firm in the world that does). The middle-man's profit is
passed on to you. When you see what we have to offer, you'll appreciate the
Savings all the more.
Grenawalt - Folger Company
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