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to ?:.- t& inrr astiir ua rrr. ; art-i. Berlin was too luxurious. In
aat s.-,'ia:;r 4ri.;4. a Xall wh'-cb fart, also, people ba 1 became luiuri
wr.I far thwart ecaav4y:4 re- ; oas W stall all be tca! strrcler by
je for th bla-o.teia boiy.
HAWAII AND STATXHOOD.
IUsf! w::j t,nt becocie a state af
!awt for a great car.y years. Tba
t'ailett Ptata ta creating worthy com
&osMl'.i. sot working for eolleo
- - " 2 COlUctor
to ancsant tae etsVrf and
variety ex r;i coin ar pnetagv nnrt,
j tt C-far fupbts Gasetta.
' A&ag tbe pfl of Hawaii are
-' t tt t.'iheet ctaae of citlte&a.
IThe - r B?sr ta rotspwrattvely small.
sbi.lt t al.Twad tb l:!r
'wJt t pal3 radical law a eervtnf
pecperly aani1 to Caltforala aaje-1
coa&tt t fraa one regr!oel d-
trtct. Ifawaii baa ail the bwaeSia. ei-
'p scaJviMMMt. tk aat low raa eowfer.
aa - t ffta-f aro sseafa.
fort Itw I la a dlffereal rta.
Tb t'" 1 fca a p,!alloa of rocsil-
'er:y score taaa a att;ika. fee tb
tawt part gl ettUene of ffpwataa
. 4 recast, aatrvw to a. Tkr I rl
ttoata tar aoaerefga rata ta a bal war.
What to Do
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GALICIAN OIL FIELDS
' a .-:i is.::'rr.i?"".y (: t! ;:-
: r i i 3 f ti Austrian ar. 1 tt Italian
rt"s r t ir.' ih war's out!r ik ar. 1 whkn
f.rar; ! Arx.y. ar row aa!a uni'r Au-tr!an con-f.-
!i"f f trol. are among the n;ot Imrxrrant
.iV r-.-.. a t'r .Vura sources .; tr.- wj.rll." av
.- ' 'f , a b-::.;:.n ;it !-i-l ly t fi Na'.'cal
1 !'i (;rorjp:.:c at V-hl: c'-n.
I o.t CM. stt aated in the cor.h-
era foetMi: of the C'arpa'Mar.s. wlth-
'c s-ut:iern central GalKla. ar.d ly-
rt:tnre lx-!ow ant to tft
-? i,t th Aus'rlan fortress. Pn-:n-
vrcKiar about Cve I'-r cent of the
worn toj! -.c.41 output of ptrol-
eiita. ct,s.'r.g. thus, fourta t.a the r.st
c not ttr.prtast aourrea of this
f-;. T.. l nited states lea-is a.l
..i-'.r:-4 by a magnificent margin In
tlt f rt ! j. of oil. t-jrr.Ing out II -
n.rtri.- 'i.r. of the w or". I s total
rr.tr!c toss The t
I'r. J S' i'-. ti.-rrf.irr,
it:.' rA?iy il J"-r r.-nt
las to !;
of t.-til I
r-ur.try ! Kiutrt by f Gain iaa oil region y the i;:t-tan m--.
an.! thru. I. '. ! i tadrr Tbe coarse of the Austrian oil
earlit f.-! ! to attract . 1
a""T.tt,3 la t. ptro ira Industry,
-.t:.tr.g Into prorr.tanc a early as
t f;:!-Un ctl f!ts ar or.'yj "Tr.es Gilbian wcl'.s are or special
tf':"y krnwrn af .J dv'.opl. Th"' war Importance to th- German pow
r:! ar yr 1 com pari. -ti th r.-h-' era a being, not only the most !m
rt t'.l fl! tn r-r.rattn anywhere In portant source of their petroleurrt
K-iroj-. ar.-J. thr ar lr.d:a
fi f-tjr will a an Incrrat. rather!
; tta a 't"-ra- tn th!r worktr.g area,
ar. l in tK.!r pr5-irti j;y Th rr.o!- ;
', era i'f tr:i In t'ry ! j! ! t - Iri- ?
rif.g la th t'r.trl S"j"-. sr'i.-.r tor
. . I fturfs.., . . . . left TV-. 1
I drt'.t-.g ef th. Gaiici., cU
, fotl rwr l i be tf this corm'ry.
j rr.ot roinrijrl !'h th birth r
j ;:--!. Jr.! itry was that o
I I(lao oil In ! rry at lUku
aor-Sio-isty r a IUmji weiU. ylM- !
lag afcc.it J pr rnt of the wor'. I s to-J
tl tt, T cjnl lit 1IT'
fk trh vv4 ar.,J i.-iry!aw ar rr. ;
t-f r-f i::ctan tl lnta'rr Th !
bUa piiin. s-jtithwarJ. to the C'arpata- j
TALKS OM THIUIT
r T. I. XI.Kf I.OK.
'tit :r.:rn saojii r u;.i
We ill were too taiutioss.
Y4 la I
Cfctcan ir.4 New York were too lux-
tita war. TVa shall be rraie tn-ira fro
gal. core ssrtoas. ! cyalral. great
r." riscoact Haldaae. Lord Chaa
raH.r of rrgtaaii.
Tb ancrtaln conitttans of the past !
( year and tb great demands for cant- 1
ual charitable contributions have
brought fcos ta a great many of our!
rftlaesa tb thought of economy as
Tb Northwestern National Bank of
MraaeapoU reporta that the average
balance to tb credit of tta several
thousaaJ aavlngs depositors Is IZOOO
htjher than a year ago.
A Crm of tnvetmct tankers of
New York, la an effort to get a correct
Ilea of the preaent enanclal sltoatlon
aakel S.D44 leadara of btialneaa
throwgbovt th country a number of
questions, including this on:
"Are paople generally disposed to
economise? If so, la this economy
ra4 by red a red earnings or tncreas-
tbtiftlneaaT Stricter emnomy Is
general. ai moot of Ik answers of
aeeeealty. said 4 IS of them.
Tk New York saperinieadant of
baaks ref-irt eatings depoeita on Jaa
nary 1st almost I14.eo4.ooo ia eaceaa of
thoae of a year pre leas, with 17. POO
ad lit loo at tfeftoeitota.
TbU la avnt tb flrt tlaa thai it has
toa dasoattrai4 that aavlaj back
4polts grow larger aa4 capital ao-
AttGUS. MONDAY. JUXE
rw i .
Wtr-l by hert-:cMM parents. This
1 t aVaa aawM
cr that "cure- Ii j trW !
a:,lp..:bly the fatul.y debtor is rlvrn
r"R.:".V' :f" li
fa:r to tea efc'.ld. It U safe to say that
hi: th sytr.ptoa rr.ay proe ery
ob.:mt la thi'lrm t-h neuropathic
hr4:ty. the average ca of bed
ddla can b prmafintiy rellerl
by carnal treatment at tie hands of
aoy :iipt6l dcx-tor. Exeeptlons to
the rate are chler.y attrtbraMe to
Itr-t'Vnr ar.d tack of d!!f.:r.e or:.
th t-t of parents la pursjin the j
roor rre-rrt4 ty t!. physicians,
f i :r it I unt:-.:!ika that a ,
riij shouta err b pur.Uhrd f'r N-I-vettinc
Halter should tha puoish-ns-r.t
f:i ttyn ths repntbl for
tfc. r-'.'V '.?r 'all to Irt'e the
cM;1 a fsir opp"rt-in!'y to re-orr.
)&rat:oa N: N-iry I am a
wrt S yars oil. In perf.-ct
h-;'h. r.-f kar p!n ar.1 am ai
.v T.-rr r'g-a'ar. I hae a f.broil.
ct"ruon Imperative? - What are
h rik If ! rt reraovea:
.! f-rn of turgor ftal?
Ar.wr-Nn A retr.o? chance
that It c!sM berome tr.alinar.t lean-
f.r.iu; the wo!ftPl accl'ient or in-
t-r-ior anl sp;:--.j:a: i.ie p."
fy of n'.a becomlna; strar.iru
!atl pdlcle t!t! and circulation
cat on. resulting In sloughing and
prhap peritonitis. S. Not of itself:
only through the development of such
rrr.p:!.-at!.-ns as tr.ntlored. "Tumor"
rr.ear. any l:np or swell'.iiK or
rmwth. no matter how harmless or
t.-n!en; "career- means a ma'.lcnant
1ogT.erati.jn wh!h of Itself kills by
HELP TO GERMANS
Un hil'.s. from Tohobyoz to Borysiaw,
Is the petroleum region. This district
lies southeastward from the sources
of the river Saa. la the higher Car
pathians, and southwest of Lemburg.
Ti; annual production ofnhe Galiclan
we'.is has been aroun 1 two million
metric tons a year, and the number
of weits has been slowly but steadily
increasing. The growth of thin in -
dustry ha, as la other piacos where
petroleum resource have been devcl -
op-d. ad.led largely to the prosperity
of Oa'.lcla. a land that some few En -
eratiocs ago was one of the most mis -
eraMy p-vr to be found In Europe.
"The Dutch Eat Indies and neiKh -
borlr.g Rumania have uncovered 11
resources sufficient to mak a strong
competition with Gailria for prorai-
rer.ee In the Industry during the last
few years, lumnan nna upn iue,a
!tt of petroleum-producing countries, j
and may have furnished large torn ,
of this precious fuel to the Grn:an!ci
a!!- during the occupancy of th-,
,.! Is toward Bukowir.a and Ruma-
nla. In the lice of the l arpatntan ,x.- ;
suppiy. but their only internal sourc
of any consequence of this most nc-
Wlth thse wlls under
th-!r control, their stores of oil are
Urg and rrtaln: wi'hout th--r.i. the
central toi-n are forced to turn to
, . . t n f . r I .iMtrr.. Th nrrr
Russia, on th ea.t. I. a.'- I
sured f an Ineshaustlble supply of
oil from Its native wells at Baku,
whoe security th Turks threatened
cp t now in vain. Grrat Britain Is
able to draw unon the wells ta the
e,utral cour.trlea f tbe world, with
evry prrect of safe delivery. Hu-
rr.ar r'tiulsi, practically, the sole
for'n source of oil for Cenaar.y ard
cra.;(i iair aur.ci penocs o ue- ;
' prr;on than during the flush times, i
ihfti rc.plojn.ect la abucdaat acj i
(- are hich. i
It t simply human nature to act In
this wav. But those who want to win a
srmAbnt fnnHl air-aaa niuat n v -
ercome this tendency to drift along the 1
line of least resistance
I.' thtn get tbe taste for saving
ar.1 It will breed In them both tbe de
sire act tbe ability to create perman
ent resources. In other words, to be
June 14 in American
143 Battle of Naacby. England.
Cnarloa I. defeated by Cromwell.
1777 First form of American Sag de
creed by congress. Tbe reeolutlon
read "thut tb flag of tbe thirteen
United Statos be thirteen etripee.
alternate red and trblte; that tb
a-s e. k. k. 1 . 1. 1 . a '
union be thirteen etara, white In a
blue Ceil, representing: a new eon
alalia Don." Th prwaettt form la a
alar for every state.
leno Battle of Marengo. Italy. Napo
loo I. won a brilliant victory over
lr7-!Uattle of Trtedland and cnl ml na
tion of tbe power of Bonaparte.
Napoleon dwfeated Itusala.
lata First abota In tb Waterloo rim
palga. I rrsah at Dangw. set or, long se
ortated with Eat win Booth. Char
lot'e Cnaaiaan and Laura Kerne,
died; bar 1837.
All tb aewo
all tba time Tbe
ir your favorite Jitney bus fails to
how up you may be able to locate it la
Chicago, where the street cara are
tiitl up as a result of a strike.
4-hv-FT 9 Tb- T)AKth antra 1 If A I
t j.a. C.o,. Kr.n.t t V,
I i "1 i ri jilt bavi uumu
, .rdina- to the
cilndar. enterta.ned some very ua-
.toughts about the weather
MR. riryan at least has the satisfac
tion of knowing that the notes that
have been printed over his signature
since bis resignation from the cabi
net were of h:s own making.
MR. KidJ is to marry a Mo'.ine girl
in the near future. You may or )ou
umy tot have coiunieiii to offer.
GKOr.GE E T.hl i a graluatoth:s
year of the Northwestern university
school of pharmacy.
And Utile Mary Itluhe.
I saw Mary I'lckforil in "Tlie Cricket
on the IIerta." The admission waa
13 rents. Mary has boon playing for
10 cents, which Is plenty. Ia the
play I wunesil Mary acted as though
i wrre ashamed to take the money
land tried to convey a message to her
altr.lrers in effect that she was not
rrilDOn,,ble: that she was iu the hands
pf er niftnager,; that they were, ac-
the press agent, paying her
IlI.'p.OuO per year, and that they had to
boo.t the gate foe in order to come
In the Arid Zone.
A miscellaneous shower was given
laM evening In honor of C. Oscar John
son of A.tona. whose carriage to Miss
Mabel Uoostrom will be solemnized
this evening. At S:30 over fifty men.
friends of Oscar, assembled in Hart's
hall where the evening w-as Fpent iu
playing various games, after which a
dainty lunch, consisting of coffee, sand
wiches, cakes and cookies were served.
rRESIPFTNT Wilson says the second
communication to Germany was not al
tered after it was perused by Mr.
Bryan. The latter declares that it
was. Inasmuch as It is stated that the
colonel is on the brink of a nervous
collapse, we are inclined to the im
pression that the people generally will
; believe the man ia the White house i3
j telling the truth. Mr. Bryan, in the j
! excitement over the incident, may have ;
j jU!5t thought there had been a change:
J OSK of tL(1 f,rst f.ic,uros given out
,t0 t..0 prt.ss hy the nett. C;licaj:o !
speedway shows an ambulance with'
a cjrp3 0f doctors ar.d nurses, these :
; to be on hand In the event of an emer-;
' Ecnry. This is as near as possible to
proi:;ise that tr.ere will be real ex-
ri'emeut. and outibt to asu-e a bi
twit the iudire is
race was tur
functionary at a horse
tber proved yesterday
when tae mile track
aonndoned because the Judges
had been leveled by the wind the Light
"STEAKER Shanahan to bang in the
ttate house." Headline. It should be
explained that it is a likeness of Mr.
Shanahan that Is to grace the walls
of the Springfield capitol.
MME. Scbumar.n-He:nk is writing
' advice to brides. If her memory is
bir coun"cl ou8ht to be vala'
Mere Man's Opinions.
Worry kuo ks more men out than
Cheer up. girls, leap year Is only
eight months away.
Between two evils some men always
pick the wror.g one.
Always try to favor your fries Is.
You can use a few more.
Time softens ail things except a
railway restaurant sandwich.
Tbe shorter a young man Is on
brains the longer h Is on collars.
A ppe a rar.ee s Indicate that the aver
age man doesn t get muih beauty
Many a man who acts on the square
during the day is a rounder at night.
What baa become of the old-fashion
ed woman who took snuff for weak
If some people would take the trou
ble to conceal what they think they
mould be more popular. Chicago
FOURTEEN thousand street rail
way employes are on strike In Chicago.
The company offered to arbitrate, the
j rolling: atock to be kept moving in the
Interim. This waa declined. Labor
never made any gains by refusing to
Did Ton Ever ol!ce Ii I
Far ba It from me to knock our
street railway company for unques-
tionably It has the finest service found
in any community of our size in the
country but I do wish to register a
kick against the overcrowding of cars.
Saturday night I got wedged in a car
with 10S other people. Women almost
suffocated. Passengers were taken
aboard until to have admitted one more
would hare made It Impossible for tbe
conductor to close bis door. It was an
outrage. Legislation Is being asked to
force Jitney busses not to carry more
tiassengera than they have seating ac
commodations for. Why not make the
same rale apply to the street car com
pany? L. l W.
THE Galeaburg Republican-Register
announces an "anil-nuptial event for
auaa aor Cola."
I. M. C
The Daily Story
Judge Koke of Sandy
When the court at Sandy BeuJ had
lecn opened In due and le;?a! form
Jiitie Hoke assumed vrhat he con
sidered a rroper Judicial dignity and
"TL1 ar a case such as we bev nev
er had afore us before, but we think
we kin straighten out the kiaks nud
do Jestioe to all. Three- days o;o that
red beade1 critter over thar, who calls
hlssolf Tom Jone, daw humpin' down
the trail from Itls; Find to at if thar
was any !.mv la tliis fcontry rnd to
holler fur Jesti e. He bad a wife up
thar at Bf rind. He went borne one
venin to find that she had skipped
with another man. The name of that
man was Abe Skinner, find that's blm
over tiiar with the broken nose.
"What glnerauy happens out yere In
this land o' gold and bnrd times when
our wife ren nvray? If we ain't
mighty giad of It. which wo mostly be,
we git on to her tracks and foller 'em
till we overtake ber. If she's alone
we take ber by the ear and lead her
back. If she's w'.tii a critter we rop
him over. Thar ain't no law in the
case, but the custom is purty well
known. The man who sreals another
man's wife expects to be poptnM by
the lnjoored husband, and he likewi-e
expects to pop that same Injoored hus
band If he pits the chance.
"Tom Jones didn't pursoo. Thar was
the broad trail before bim. and be bad
guns and knives and a boss, but he
hadn't the sand. He jest comes a
bumpln" down yere to ho'.lpr fur the
law and shriek fur Jesuce and to pit
all men. lncludin' this court, down on
him fur his dopironeness. nis wife,
who ar' that female over thar with a
mouth as bis ns a bar'!, bad cne off
with Abe Skinner as aforesaid an.l
bad biiu headed for this very camp.
As they flies from li:r Tind they meets
tip with Jim Hope, who's the cuss over
thar with the game lest and one eye
gone. Jim be stops "e:n and sez:
"'Abe Skinner, what you got thar?'
" - Who is she?'
"Tom Jones' wife.'
" 'And what you n-doin with her?'
" 'A-runnin' away to Sandy Bend.'
" 'Then you needn't co no further.
I've been waurin' a wife fur the last
six mouths, and I reckon I'll take her
off your hands."
"Waul," continued his honor, "Jim
Hope be bad his gnu plump on Abe
Skinner and bis fmcer on tbe tri2er,
and Abe bad to Kive iu. Tius yere
court can't I'aru flint the woman ob
jected to the change. On the contrary,
thar is evidence that she didn't keer a
continental, as Jim Hope is a better
lookiu' critter than Abt? Skinner. The
couple heads this way by the trail,
while A'oe Skinner takes a short cut
and arrives fustly and comes to me to
yell fur jestiee. Thar's two fellers
TROOPS TO VIE WITH ONE ANOTHER
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Top, a light mountain battery of Italy's Alpine troops guarding a pass;
Bersaglieri cyclist corps climbing among Alpine peaks; member of a
famous Bersaglieri regiment.
Rome. June 14. Italy's advent into
the European war brings into action
several famous corps of picked sol
diers, 6ome of whom have already
fighting records dating back for many
years, such as the Bersaglieri and the
Caroblnieri. The Alpine regiments are
recelvlne their bantism of fire. This
corps, of which Italy is very proud,!
and which has never before been en- j
gaged in battle on its own ground, is
recruited solely from the population J
of the Alps. I
The Carabinierl. the gendarmes of !
Italy, make up a corps that has serv
ed with distinction in many cam
paigns. The Carabinierl were insti
tuted In January. 1S61, by bringing to
gether in one corps all tbe military
organizations having charge of. the
public peace of the various provinces
of the kingdom. This corps was or
iranlzari nnrtn thd anma rinrlntf Ai
those exiaUns formerly ia riedmont. !
Bend By M. Quad.
yellln fur Jestlce and n third one with
the woman. The woman gits yere in
doo time, along with Jim Hope, a0i
over by the creek they meets Joe
Scott, who stops to say:
" 'Jim Hope, I was jest Koiu' out to
hunt fur one.'
" "What you mean?1
" 'I want a female wi,-inn fur a wife,
and you git down audHknp:'
"Thar was a gun on Jim, and he had
to give the woman up. This court
can't l'arn that she shed a tear or did
any kiekin', but Jim be comes whoo',a
down to me and wants law aud jestlcs
and all that. That makes three of 'em
a-wantin", and so I tells the constable
to arrest Joe and the woman. Yere';
four men and one woman, and the law
"pears to be purty badly fancied np.
Pnstiy, Tom Jones, is this woman your
"Sartln she Is," answered Tom.
"FIct you got the dixkymeors to
"No. but I married her In the Injna
Territory a j-'nr ago."
"Waal, this court has noth'n to do
with the Injun Territory, and that tn.tr
rlace won't tai;d yere uaies the wom
an wants it to. Mrs. Jones, ns I will
call you, what made ye run awav from
"Got tired of him." replied the wo
"Do you prefer Jim nope or Joe
"I ain't pertick'er."
"That makes the cae easier. Tlank
Williams, stand up."
ITr.nk stood up and proved to be a
middle aired roan of decent aj.earance.
"Honk, d'ye want a wife?" asked the
"I dew." was the rej.ly.
"Then I'll marry y. to tliis woman."
"Hank Williams, will ye take this de
ludel woman to be jer lawful wife?"
"And will ye cheri?n and defend ber
and keep all the otb'-r critters oil?"
"Mrs. Jones, ye bear what tie critter
soz. Ye may be married, .ir.d ye may
cot bo. but this court aiL't. a-;.', ir.' to run
any chances of any future rows and
killln's. Will ye take Hai.k fur belter
"And will do yer best?
"Then jlne hands. I prnninnr-n ye
man and wife, and r.iru my bide, whs 'h
ar' the bide of this coart. I J I turn out
and e:p hunt down any human erit'er
as ti.es to come betw een ymi r.n i lliii:k!
I now consider that jestioe has been
done to all hands and all around, and
It only remains fur tlie happy bride
groom to head the puression to my sa
loon ar.d treat oil hands over the hap;y
event, and thar won't be no l feelin's
end nuthfn to find fault with."
The largest contingent of the newly
formed corps came thence, and the
uniform, regulations, discipline and
corps pride came likewise from Pied
mont. The Alplni are armed like the in
fantry, but their equipment and un:-
frt-rm ar puniflllf fldaDted tO the
mode of living and maneuvering in
mountainous regions. Each company
is provided with little mountain guns
carried upon pack mule s,
The most picturesque and striking
infantrymen of Europe are the Ber-
saelieri of Italy the sharpshooters.
The Bersaglieri are chosen from
among the strongest and best propor
tioned men in the country and under
go special Instruction besides the reg
ular infantry training. The first reg
iments cf Bersaglieri were organized
in Sardinia in 1S3S. and after tne con-
fpHprATlnn of the Italian States they
were retained in the service.