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W. N. U., DENVER, NO. 26-1918.
To Cure Sore Throat.
Bo many pcoplo havo been troubled
with soro throats this spring. It Is
most unwise to allow this condition to
progress, slnco many serious forms of
sickness start with "Just a sore throat."
When the throat feels raw, half-hour
gargling periods, using warm salt wa
ter, aro advised. This Is an antiseptic
and removes tho Irritation. Again
equal parts of Ustcrlne, water and per
oxide is even moro effective. For on
annoying tickling In tho throat an ap
plication of hot glycerin rubbed thor
oughly Into the pores rind covered with
warm flannel gives relief.
WOMEN SUFFERERS MAY
Mow York. The radicals are at It
again. They aro agttajtlng for tho
standardization of women's dress as a
war measuro of equal importance with
tho conservation of food. Rumors of
frocks all alike, cut by tho millions
and placed on tho market for the col
onel's lady and Judy O'Qrady, so that
they may become Bisters In their attiro
as well as under their skins, com
ments a fashion authority, reach us
from timo to Umo through the sec
tions of- the dally press devoted to
Sometimes tho arguments are quito
learned. The French revolution Is
freely quoted as being the event final
ly responsible for the standardization
of men's dress. To be sure, one of
the first things that Napoleon did,
when he reached tho position of being
ablo to set tho fashion, was to mako
men's clothes as gorgeous and as com
plex as they had been before the abo
lition of the Bourbons. But the effect
did not last long. "Sans culottlsm"
had taken too firm a hold on men's af
fections. They soon went back to
that dignified but ugly garment tho
long trousers, and they have remained
faithful to them ever since.
Students of the history of costumo
cite this as an' example, and tell us
some hopefully, some regretfully that
tho present Armageddon will do the
same for women. But then come oth
ers students, too, but students of tho
Thousands upon thousands of women
have kidney and bladder trouble and
never inspect it.
Women's complaints often prove to ba
nothing else but kidney trouble, or the
result of kidney or bladder disease.
If the kidneys are not in a healthy
condition, they may causo the other or
gans to become diseased.
Fain In the back, headache, loss of am
bition, nervousness, are often times symp
toms of kidney trouble.
Don't delay starting treatment. Dr.
Kilmers' Swamp-Root, a physician's pre
scription, obtained at any drug store, may
be just the remedy needed to overcome
Get a medium or large size bottle im
mediately from any drug store.
However, if you wish first to test this
peat preparation send ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a
sample bottle. When writing be sure and
mention this paper. Adv.
;. sfx Days In Cellar.
An unusual adventure befell Lieut.
S. Smith McLean, Australian. When
the men of his patrol were falling all
around him he dashed Into n house to
attack the garrison. As he mounted
the stairs he was hit by an enemy
bomb and knocked out, losing his re
volver. One of his men managed to
get him Into a cellar, and for six days
he remained there with nothing to
eat but Iron rations. Three nights he
attempted to recross the enemy front
line, but was unable to do so. He was
eventually rescued by British troops.
fisw b tls Hss to Get Rid of Tocie U(ly Spots
Thtre'i no longer the slightest nted of feeling
Mhtmtd ot roar frtckle, si Othlne double
ittspith Is (umM to remove these bomelr
potTv s Z 13. '
ií IK Mmtc ct Othlne donbl
strength from jou? dmggtat, and apply a little
ot It night and morning and 70U should soon tee
that even tLe wont freesies nave owa 10 ui
DDfir. while the llihter onm bare vaolihcd en.
tiHiv t, ! ..iVim that mare thin one onncs
Is needed to completely clear the skin and gala
a beautiful clear complexion,
rt a tn art tnr th áonhle itrtnrth Othlne.
as this Is sold under guarantee of money back
U It falls to remoTt imaies. aoj.
Bee.KeeDlnn In New Zealand
At the late annual meeting of tho
Walkato Beekeepers' association nt
Hamilton, an assistant director of the
horticultural division of the depart
ment of agriculture stated that there
were 4,391 apiaries registered In cw
Zenlnnd. renresentlnc 50.523 colonies
of bees. One beekeeper last year re
turned 30 tons of honey, which he soki
nt S4R7 r ton. while some was sold
as high as $730 per ton, thus making
It a very prosperous Industry.
Imnortnnt to Mothara
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTOIIIA, that famous old remedy
for Infants and children, and see that It
T?d w-t 4 tin
In Use for Over SO Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher'a Cas to ría
"Never got such an ovation In my
"How so, glrller
"You know when a young man
lifts his hat to a lady, every young
man who happens to be with him does
the same." .
"Well, Ferdy bowed to rae from
the middle of his marching club and
three hundred yoasg men lifted their
willingly and of tener than any woman;
he will brush his clothes but thcro
his sartorial measures of preparedness
end. So he Is naturally restricted to
a form of garment which Is easily
kept in order.
Man's Insensibility to Temperature.
Another reason Is the average man's
absolute insensibility to Changes In
temperature at least from tho wom
an's point of view. Ho declares that
there Is a vast difference In warmth
between his winter-weight blue scrgo
nnd his summer weight, but no wom
an can see It To her he Is a mys
tery as he goes to his office on q,
boiling August morning, clad completo,
ly In wool, with a high-starched collar
round his neck and thick leather shoes
on hfs feet Just as great a mystery
Is she to him In winter, with her
georgette sleeves, thin stockings and
paper-soled pumps. Probably It Is six
of one and half a dozen of the other.
But there Is an army of women who
SO clothed In cotton and linen from
May to October; who will pay extrav
agant laundry bills if they live In thy
city; who will travel with an electric
Iron In their trunks when they visit
tho country; who will pay almost any
price In time, money and convenience
for the privilege of wearing thin
clothes throughout the dog days.
Thcro is a great army of them who
still, In spite of war work, make their
own summer frocks, by the aid of 1
KIND TO PRISONERS-GUILTY
German Women Warned That They
Will De Punished for "Lack
Women, even the miraculous Gor
man superwomcn, ore Incorrigible,
observes a writer In tho Literary Dl
gest. Tho German government has
just discovered to Its horror that
t dretchen, In common with nil the
, daURhtcrs of Eve, Is not insensible
to the charms of a well favored man,
nnd, If given the opportunity, even
she Is disposed to flirt. Tho Frnnkon
furter Zletung indignantly writes:
"Female Inhabitants ot houses ml-
Jaccnt to camps of officer prisoners
, of war have communication with the
Imprisoned officers, nnd even throw
them things. Thanks, however, to tho
( sharp lookout kept by the authorities,
I the attempts In each caso were frus
trated. The guilty persons, who bo
long to all classes of society and arc
I of various ages, were discovered.
"While tho pollee authorities have
hitherto considered sharp reprimands
ns sufficient warnings, In the belief
that such unconsidered acts were due
(0 a foollfh desire for sensation, In
future such conduct will be vlnlted
by very severe legal penalties and
public exposure. These penalties will
furthermore be Imposed without dis
crimination on nil who may render
themselves guilty of such lack of self-respect."
.If you wish ttaatlful, dear white
clothe, em Bed Croes Bag Bine. At all
ood grocen. Adr.
Hebbs What do you do with your
Debbs Wear them.
There is electricity ja a kiss, says 0
deatist. Certainly it can shock.
Cuticura for 8or Hands.
Soak hands on retiring In the hot suds
of Cuticura Soap, dry and rub In Cu
ticura Ointment Remove surplus
Ointment with soft tissue paper. For
j free samples address, "Cuticura, Dept
X, Boston." At druggists ana uy mill.
Soap 25, Ointment 23 and CO. Adr.
Iceland Will Plant More Potatoes.
Iceland will make a new departure
this year In the matter of using pota
to flour. Ilcprescntatlves of that gov
ernment arc sending out propaganda
looking to the general and extensive
planting of potatoes this year. Since
the summer season Is so short In Ire
land and other Arctic countries, the
raising of grain Is not possible, but Its
climate Is adapted to the raising of
potatoes. Flans are being made for
the Installation of potato milling ma
chinery, so that In a measure Iceland
will In the future be n little more In
dependent of outsiders for Its farina
ceous foods. Shortages of shipping,
with a consequent curtailment of Im
ports lias made It iraposfilble to main
tain Iceland's wheat supplies.
THE tenderness of Libby'a Sliced
Dried Beef, will delight you but
you will find the greatest difference
in the flavor I
Have Llbby'a Sliced Beef with creamed
sauce today. See how much more tender,
more delicate it 'a than any other you
have ever tried.
Ubby, MfK.ill A Ubby, Chicago
Some men succeed by ublllty and
somo rely on their nerve.
Women sometimes feel unworthy of
their husbands In novels.
Mrs. Jackson Dat baby ob you'a
am dc puffec' Imago ob his daddy.
Mrs, Johnslng He suah am. lie
am a reg'lor carbon copy Judge,
Bed Cross Bag Blae makes the laundress
happy, makes clothes whiter than snow.
All good grocers.
AS TAFFETA 18 USED IN OUR SUMMER CLOTHES.
Smart cape-coat of black taffeta to wear over lingerie frocka. The yoke
and bottom of tho coat are of black taffeta, and the center portion Is
of white embroidered In black. At the right It a summer one-piece frock
of taffeta and organdie, both In dark blue. Bright blue ribbona bind
the tucked waist section and the novel collar.
When Your Eyes Need Care
Try Murine Eye Remedy
human nature back of the clothes,
rather than of the clothes themselves
and they give an emphatic No I to
the whole proposition.
"The standardization of women's
dress has gone as far now as it ever
will," Is their contention.
Easy to Qet Into.
Very busy women und what other
kind is there at present may make
Insistent demands for clothes that are
easy to get Into. "Easily adjusted,
madam," will sell more gowns this
season than the catch piH-ase, "This
Is what they're wearing." Coats and
suits and one-piece dresses will main
tain their popularity; "shirtwaists"
that launder like a man's shirt will
refuse to be ousted. But there will
always be more variety in woeseas
dress than there is in men's, and wom
en as a whole will continue to be more
..rmir.iaii with the question of
wherewithal they shall be clothed.
One reason for the continuance ot
vorlety in feminine attire, in spite of
wars and rumors of wars, is the fact
that women as a whole are rested by
a change of occupation. So the busi
ness woman, on her return from her
.... is oulte willing to sit down to
stocking darning, so mat sue iun -"-tlnue
to wear the thread-bare hose In
which ber heart delights; she rats up
late to run ribbons In her lingerie;
she will wash out nnd iron her own
neckwear In order that she may make
her serge suit or frock more becoming
by Softening it with frills at the throat
Did anyone ever hear of the man who
Washed his own collars? He will poJ
lib his own shoes-tradition saya that
be will perform this operation more
From Our Soldiers' Qraves.
At present, In the case of American
soldiers who die in France, a cross
marks the grave. At the transverse of
the cross stands a metal shield with a
design In low relief revealing a youth
with broken sword, bis face lifted to
-tren. Round the shield runs the In
ri pt ton: "He died to keep men
free." Underneath are his name and
regimental statue. It Is the Intention
ft the Red Cross to remit this slileid
f glory to his relatives after the war,
lien some permanent form of reraem-
trunce shall have.bee devised by the
war department. Elizabeth Frazer, in
the Saturday Evening I'ot.
Saved His Comrade.
A few BMBthB ago an America sea
man who was swimming In tropical
waters was attacked by a school of
harks and Ms leg was bitten off. The
fins of fear other sharks were visible
near by and it seemed certain that the
unfortamate sailor would soon be torn
to pieces, when Wallace Odell Prater,
a roach! Bit. dived Into the blood
stained water and brought the wound
ed toauaafely to the thip. In recog
nition of tills rare act of bravery Pra
ter was awarded a gold life-saving
medal by the secretary of the tret
nry He Uvea In Stafford. Kan.
Swift & Company
Th'e fact that a business organ
ization has grown steadily for
forty years proves that it has
kept continually meeting a vital
It must have kept "fit" or it could
not have stood the strain of ever
Swift & Company has been trained
in the school of experience.
Every day of its forty years of
service has solved some new problem
of value to its customers.
Every year has proved its ability to
learn by experience, and to use this
knowledge for the benefit of those
with whom it deals.
Swift & Company, U. S. A,
tissue paper pattern. There is an eth
er even larger greep who solve sir
months' dressmaking preMesas by bay
ing ginghams and mooting sad hiring
the services of a dreessaaker "by the
Are all these wesBea going to be
bound down by etandardizatlea? Of
Summer Fabrics Fascinating.
Besides the feminine faiUag of buy
ing a thing, net beeaase se needs It,
but because It Sa cheep, to wWea the
makers of rmmmfr fabrics have al
ways catered, there is the eternal fas-,
dnatiea of the materials ttecaceives ,
their sympathetic Harinees, their,
freettaess, their doHdiras eeler.
This year we are aere dtsereet.
Brilliant tones are ettfl te be sees, hat
the general feeling is ese ef aedear
atlo in all thlsgs, eves ia eelsr.
Fabrics, tee, are discreet. Very
popular are net, fcdaxd and ergaadie.
One may be gay la Xeelard, k is trae,
but one la sore apt to be navy bise
or black or gray la It. Organdie ia
eabtie in Its eater range, net strfklsg.
and the clothes that we ceaatract est
it have, an atmeatsere of "ead-ttssey-
ness" tar resaerea irom asyiBtas ae
wmnntilng. dashing, aa the En ral an bal
let color oomhlnstSeBS. Ia lees expen
sive fabrics, which are aaaeag the few
things that remain witata the reach
of the weaaaa ef modect badget, there
are the printed veSea, the erer-pepe-iar
gtagbasac, and the seases'a revival,
caUea. or percale, to give H the aasaa
oader whka It la sold ia saeat Btaee.
(CeprTlsfet, vm. fer the Mechara Jínrss-pea-AradacateJ
Middle Aged HSTI
I Womei MKSf I
1 Are Here Told the Best Remedy SfW? I
1 for Their Trouble. J(iS8vr?fei iW 1 I
Freeaoat, 0. "I was pesáis? through the eritieal 1SmHeZÍ 1!" "Pi MhbÉl r H
H period of life, being forty-aix years of age and had aU OmW Mwfltfe. VfffWb H
the sjmptoms incident to that changa heat fltahes, Cgm HlaaPfTB?'' HmMI
Ecrromac, and wsj la a gcpcraJ ran down oosditiog, cfMl)M-J&J M yKf H
ao It wa hard for e to do ray work. XrdU E. Piak- VKfcfljfertVT III A, V
n fcaai'i Vegetable Composad irta reeomsiisded to so sis v&fffiJCX. r ?jM
the beat remedy for rcy troubles, which It rarely proved v x-cSB
to be. X feel better and stronger ia every way since 5X, 'RMKZft&sJJ , ILStSML
takiñ? It, H the avaaoyinff symptoms have ciep- J V?4BaaaaaaaiiKr9fv&W'?sBaaai
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