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NO ONE EXCUSED
All of Specified Age Must Re-pond
on June 5 to Call of
QUERIES TO BE ANSWERED
Government Has issued Circulars
. Making it Easier for Those Who
Register to Respond to Inter
rogations That Will
There is but one answer to every
question asked regardlatg regist ration,
and it is this:
"Ivery niain between the ages of
twenty-one and thirty years, inclusive,
whether native born, an allen, or even
an allen eneiny, inust register June 5.
This applies also to invalids and per
sons who are ill. A nan is thirty until
his thirty-first birthday anniversary."
The government has adopted a plan
to facilitate and simplify the tilling in
of conscription registration cards June
5. Circulars containing the twelve
questions to be asked and advice as to
how they should be answered have
been prepared for distribution.
Answers to the Questions.
The circular, which bears the head
ing, "How to Answer Questions on
Registration Cards," reads as follows:
"Questions will be asked for you to
answer in the order in which they ap
pear on this paper. These questions
are set out below with detailed infor
mation to help you answer them.
"Do not write on, mark or otherwise
mutilate these instructions. Do not re
move them. They should be carefully
read so that you will have your an
swers ready when you go before the
"All answers will be written on the
registration card in ink by the regis
trar, who should be careful to spell all
naines correctly and to write legibly.
"1. Name in full. Age in years, -
"This tueans all your narnes spelled
out in full.
"State your age today in years only.
Disregard additional nonths or days.
Be prepared to say 'nineteen' or
'twenty-flve,' not 'nineteen years
three inonths' or the like.
"2. Horne address.
"This ineans the place where you
have your permanent hone, not the
place where you work. He prepare'd
to give the address in this way: '232
Main street, Chicago, Cook county, Il
linois;' that is, give number and natuo
of street first, then town, then county
Have Birthday Date Ready.
"Date of birth.
"Write your birthday (month, day
+ and year) on a piece of paper before
going to the registrar and give the pa
per to iutin the first thing. N xample:
'August 5, 1894.'
"If you do not remnetnber the year,
start to answer as you would if s0110
one asked you your biirthtday, as 'Au
gust 5.' Thent say, 'on moy blrthdaty
this year I will be (or wais) -years
old.' Tihe registrar will thent till in
the year of birth. Maniy pe~ople (do not
cartry itn mind1( the- year they wvere
born. This miay be obtatined by the
registrar by subltrtact ing the age int
yeat's otn this yeatr's biritday frotm
"4. Are you (1) a tnaturail bornl eii
zen ; (2) a nthuuralized cit izen; (3) tn
alient; (4) ot have yout declared youtr
"(1 ) If you were bornl in tile United
States, inclutding Alas~ka and Ihawaii,
you tire a ntutlral bortn citizent, nto mat
ter whatt matiy have beent the citizen
ship or tationtality of your' patrenhts. If
you wvetre bortn in Porto Rico you atre a
citizent of the United States, unless
you wvere born of atlieun parenttage'. It'
youi were born abroad, you at-e still it
citizen of the United States, if your
father vwas a citlzett of the United
States at the time yout wvere b~ornl, un
less you have expattriatedl yourself.
"(2) Tou are a naturailzed citizen if
youtlt hvoi c'omlelted your na ttratlza
tion ; t h4j is, if yout have 'taken fintai
papers.' But yout ar1e not a citiz.en if
you have otnly idcht red youtr itntetiont
to becor.e a citizett (that is, if you
have only 'taken out fir'st papilers') ;int
the lattter case you are only a 'dieciar
"You an/e also a naturalized citizen
if, talthbough foreign bon, your fathetr
or surviving patrent becamie fully nt
gralized v-hile you wvere utnder twventy
/one years of age, antd if yout camte t)
-thte Unitedi Staties undl~er twenty-otne.
"(3) You are it del'at'ant if, although
a citizent or subjiect of sotte for'eign
countty, y'ou have delare~ttd ott oath lbe
fore a natturtlizationt court your itnten
tion to hetrotine ta cit izent of the Utnited
States. Iteceipt fronm te clerk of thte
court of te ('etifite opy of such
declaratiotn is oif'i ten iualle 'taking out
first patpers.' Yotu iare niot it dts'irtant
if your firs ttaper wats lttae out a fter
September 20, 1900f, anti is more thanat
sevetn yearts old.
''(4) You are ia llt'n if you do nt
fall wvitht~it onte of the thre ic''lasses
5. WVhere wereI' youi lbtrnl
"Fi rst niame th Ito own, ten th' si tt.
then the country'~, as ' "hnnhtt. .;'
"6. If ttot a citizen, oft whlat (0oun11ry
are you a citizen or subtje""
"This nteed lie answ'red opily by
aliens aitd declarants. Itemtemtber that
a 'declarant' is not yet a citizen of
the Uniitel States. If an alien or de
clarant, state the name of your coun
try, ats 'l4ranie,' 'Japan,' 'Cinal,' etc..
What is Your Job Right Now?
"7. What 1. your preserit trade, oc
cupatlonl or oile?
"This does not ask wlit you once
dhi, nor what you hive done llost of
the tinte, nor what you are best fIlied
to do. It aIsks wlaat yolr jo)b Is rIght
now. State brielly. as farmlier, miner,
student, laborer (ii fari, in rolling
nilli, in alutomobile, wagoii or other fac
tory, etc. If you hold an oillee under
state or federal government, name the
,>flice yott hold.
"If yotl Ire iIn oie of tile following
ollies or l'Ii)ploymlyelts, use one of the
nameii4s Ie'reaftier Inintiloned : 'Custom
housi clerk, 'employed In lithe tralismnis
slo of the inails,' or 'employed in an
arnory, arsenal or navy yard, 'mar
iner actually employed in the sea serv
144' of (4lzn or ierliant within the
" Hy whom employed? Where in
"If you are working for an individ
unil, im, corporation or issoelationi
state its name. If iII busin1ess, trade,
profession or employment for yoursel.f
so state. If you are an officer of the
state or federal gove'rnmnent say wheth
er your oflice is under the United
States, the state, the county or a mu
nicilpality. In answer to the question
as to where You are employed give the
town, county and state where you
"9. Have you a father, mother, wife,
child under twelve or a sister or broth
er -under twelve solely dependent upon
you for support (specify which) :
"Consider your answer thoughtfully.
If it is true that there is another
mouth than your own which you alone
have a duty to feed do not let your
military ardor interfere with the wish
of the nation to reduce war's misery to
a minimum. On the other hand, unless
the person you have In mind is solely
dependent on you do not hide behind
petticoats or children.
"10. Married or single (which)?
Race (specify which)?
"This does not ask whether you
were once married, but whether you
are married now. In answer to the
uilestion as to your race state briefly
whether Caucasian, Mongolian, negro,
Malayan or Indiaiin.
Must State Past Military Service.
"11. What military service have you
find? Rank? Branch? Years? Na
tion or state?
"No matter what country you
served, you must give complete infor
Ination. In answering these questions
first name your rank, using one of thie
following words: 'Commissioned ofil
cer,' 'noncommIII isslioed officer,' 'pri
vate.' Next, state branch in vhich you
served In one of the following words:
'Infantry,' 'cavalry,' 'artillery,' 'medI
cal,' 'signal,' 'aviation,' 'supply,' 'mna
rine,' 'navy.' Next, state the number
of years' service, not counting time
spent in the resefve. Finally, name
the nation or state you served. If you
served under the United States or one
of the states of the United States,
name your service in one of the fol
lowing terms : 'National Guard' (of
such and such a state), 'militin' (of
such and such a state), 'volunteers of
United States' or 'regular army (navy)
of United States.'
"12. Do you claIm exemption from
draft? Speclfy grounds.
"Because you claimi exemption from
draft, it by no means follows that you
are exempt. F~or the information of
t he war. depItatmnt you should niake
a claim now if you intend to prose'cute
it. Some pe'rsons willl be 'eemlted on
account of their occupations or oilees,
sonie on account of thle fact that they
have relatives d1ep)endent upon01 them
for support. Your answer touching
these things will lbe important in sup
port ig thle chlimi you1 niow' itendi t4)
niake in your answer 14) the piresenit
quest ions. Be sure, therefore, thatI
the grounds~h you now~ state are in coin
formnity with yourt answers to) ques
tionts 7 and 8.
"Ini 'tatinlg grounds41 you chaim as ex
emipting yout use one of the following
terms: If you claim to he an execu
tive, legislative or judicial officer of
thle state or nautionI, nnme youri ofi(ee
and14 say whether it is an offic'e of the
slate or nationi. If you climi to be a
mieiiber o)f a religious sect whose creed
forbids its mnembers 14) parltie'pate in
war ini any form, simply namein the. sect.
If you)i aret emlo4ye'd in the t ransmis
sion of the United States malls or as
an artificer or workman in an armory.
ara'4ill or navy yard of the Unitedl
States, or if you ar'e a mariner e~m
playe'd ini the sa serivice o)f anty (-iti
zen or merchant within the United4
States, so state. If you arc a felon ori
otherwIse morally defient 811(rd desMire
to claim exemiptio~n on thiat ground.
state your ground birieily. If' you
claimt physleail disailit y, statl t IhatI
brieily, If you clainm -xemplt ion .4)1
any ot1her ground, at ate your ground
Only One Day to RegIster.
Th'le war dlep~artimnt wishes to imi
press upon01 the people that the're is
only one day for re'gistrationi. All
males bietweeni the4 desigated ages
miust. register 4)n the ohty~ se't. Th'le lat'
that five day13s we're allowed for thle
placing of the nece'ssairy lanik formus
in thle hands of re'gistrars aippeatrs to)
have misled some he4adiine writ ers.
One (liy onl1y-thle dhay fixed in the
pres4tidits5 proc(lamI 4 on-will lbe d1e.
vo4tedl to r'egistraltion1.
States in Rivalry for Honor.
Not only1 hais the indlividlual 4-itizenry
of lhe coun~t ry made414 ai rematirkahle re
sponIseto th) le re'gistt i111on'aii, but1 the
1nt's thiroughi their ollela Ihads have
indlea'1ted such zeal that there'N is great
riv~airy amiionlg some of thle comm~ioni
wealhs f'or thle hon)aor of nminig the
first conmli~ete registratje a retu rns.
s a . . .............m mi mas mm sa ma
i-Itudolf von Flatinierdinglie, forri
federal aiuthorities a sensitional 4tory o
run on the street railways of Chleago it
tioni. 3-U. S. iniitor Toliphili, now at I
soldiers at the point on the West front v
NEWS REVIEW OF
THE PAST WEEK
Events in Austria-Hungary Are
Indicative of a Break With
KAISER'S MAN, TISZA, IS OUT
France's Reply to Russia's Peace Pol
icy-italians Make Another Big Ad
vance Toward Trieste-House of
Representatives Passes Great.
est of War Tax Bills.
By EDWARD W. PICKARD.
Austria-lH ungary stepped Into the
"linelight last week, and the develop
ments in the dual ionairchy were not
cilcutilated to please Kaiser Wilhelm.
In the first place, Count Tilsza, pre
nier of Hungary, the "iron man" who
for years has been the leader of the
pro-Gernans of Austria-Hungary, was
Oinally forced out of oflice, together
with his entire cabinet. Then came
the story, from a Swiss Catholic paper,
that Empress Zita had publicly stated
that Austria would soon he at peace,
a consumnmation for which both she
und the emperor had been striving.
This statement of the empress was
borne out by the peace discusslons In
the Vienna papers. They printed Aus
tria's repudiation of annexation and
indemnity cliiis with reference to
Itussia, and then went to the astonish
Ing length of announcing ihat Austria
was ready to abandon all clains to ad
Jitional territory on its soulthern fron
tier, mneaning In tihe llknas, anud even
inigh t considler Italy's cia Iims to Tlrleste
and the Tlrentlino. If ail t his Is true,
Auistria-Ilunatga ry Ia ideed tired of the
wa1Ir and1( iimy lie spee'idi ly aplproaching
the breaking iiohiit with Giermnany.
Trying to Hold Russia Steady.
Thei~ soal led paissinag of lhe crisis In
Itussia hats nott relieved to any great
ext ent thle' axletils of thle other iilies
as5 tol the futlure condul of that na
I ioni. Its ariitles still re'st paiv e
altang the east ern front a, thle soliers
fraterniizing wih th Ile commiion enemy,
tltespite' te aippeals of War Minister
Kerensky andl others of the govern
maent. Admilral Goltehak, Coiiiunatulier
(it th li lissian IBlack xent tleett, aifter a
vIsit to t he front, said: "The army
may lie sid to have practieniiy con
citluded pea ce with Germs ny at a mo
ment when a Ituisslan offensive might
haive pillayed a deeisive part in thle Eu
riipean campiaign."' Albert Tliomias,
hFrenchi ninister of mitun itins, to(hte
wor'kmen1f's a HE soldiers' delegates in
Mfoscow that thlouisandis of F.renchi andit
Britishl soldiers we're per'ishing wle
awVaitinug IRussIa's to-operationi, on
wllhi t hey had ai right to counat. Gov
:'rnment ottiais andl ielega tea all nd.l
mait t hose facts, hut they' seern to have
smallI efeet on the' idi vidumal soiliers.
Addressing a conventIon of Ituisiani
a rmiy ianti naiivy cou~tmaders, connnlianad
or in chief AI(ele pileaded with t hem
to bing It' soldliers hack toi thieir
tiuty, and to stand~ fIrm for the prose
Ouitonl tof thie war,~ andit this they iprom
ised with great enthlusiasmi.
'lTe tcotuntell of pieaisan ts' dleputiles
oni Thurci iItly liassed a resoltiit on sup
loing I th.~Ile liresent goivernment a nd
Ribot Tells France's Aims.
VTe ruiling powers in Itassiai, If they
enni he' tnl ledi sutch, (Ilng tto the id(ea
thaiit thle oithler entente aiilies ten lie
brought to adopt the policy of a peace
wvithlout anniexations or inidemnilles,
mal desire a conference~ for the pair
pose of modi(fying the tdemai ts to( lbe
iiidtet oni thle tenitral pow"erx. I'reimier
ltiihoIt.U'iiep to this is that restora*t ion1
for ravage~s ini invadiedi iandtis IS :i n.i
tribauini whilt'h IS inillitetd as a line
for wroung tdonet, a requirement~ wich
both law andI equity diemand. lFranie,
he sid, couiild not oppress any nal lo.
ality, even hait oif its enemies, anud it
seeks, not venigeanee, but justice.
WVheni reptorts of this speech reached
Washilngton the state department let
ter lieutenaint Iin thtrwnpicesr
ita conspviracy to blofw up1 the sipyallI
id other cities to stlitulatte recruiting f
nother s9hip for subintirlies, ando it ftet
,here their lines mnet, with it Geritan k
It he known oillitily thalt it "symnpa
thized" with IRibot's pu.;itIon, andl there
were intimantions4 that the governument
would soon make at formnal statemnent
of Its attitude towarrI the "no annex
ation, no Indemnitie-s" slogan of the
Lansing Against Stockholm Meet.
What Atnerleax thinks, oiltally, of
the comning peace conference of s4ocl
alists ait Stockholm wats madie clear last
week when Secretary of Statte Lainsing
anntouned that passports woultI he de
niedi any Amnerieans <lestring to go to
the ineeting andl thait ainy Amerieans
participating therein wouhil he Ilable
to prosecuition unler the Logan acet for.
hhdding Individlual inedhlling in foreign
relations. EvWidently thle governmnt
helleves, ats dloes most of the rest of
the world, that the conferences Is but
one of the katiser's seiniex to dilsrupt
the entente. IRussia anld aill neuntral
nattions were notiflid of tis action.
About the( snine- thine rumiors entne tc
Washintit that ltushit alrently hat
conltledtil nati st14lev wvIth lielin ol
Viennat, or both.
Thatt aill the faing4 were not drawt
frot thle jaws of thle ol<d lIusslati
regimte wats evidenedt Tuestlay whei
tin unsuccessful aittemipt was matde t'
assaxxinate Mlinister of War Kereniikj
To add to the perplexities of the Ilr<
visional governmnent of Itusslia, th
Swedish political party, representiv
most of the wealthy ando influenth
classes Iin Finland, mnet In congress anl
declaredl for a comnplete separation <
the grand duchy of Finland frolin Itu.,
sill anti Its estaiblishinlent ats at sovel
Over In, China the kniser lost anotl1
er point when Pr". Went I Yuan Hlui
dilstnissed fromn office Pretnier Tunia
Ch11 Jul, who hnid effec(tuaill y blocked 11h4
efforts of (the! rest of thle Cabinet am
a lage artof te prlinten tohav
rlieeatin ofe wa(b'irzil aga'inst~
doer(ilty'ws bo iuhtl nerecruitiy th
rIet kiofn Prilehlnyi that " oniIf
gries revkithe derot e lof~n nutrt
wernitinha t ioazi tate gosrnmalnt
would ooth Uniteda fS i tate me
ofuIt attitres towa me duing
tion weo indeu.nitiback thegaGermanth
in IhattAeras tnnins by helerench o
inthecirin eacgn othrc ond sot
esk wfLen andretay of Stte l~ingI
grlound ezn the dosnintingul heghts
aboe any Ailiertte vale ind n the goi
ten etinf M arndillhrat ainralmeiain
thuo u itop inoc'~i~ iaeh ositan to
reaton.itl the govslln end by
foelivs.a drote motan ofne the I
theorldenthat the Tconerence his en
tine ofle kisrtore.stodsrp
nTion wres wert busy' onsthiatin
Atthe tns thmey hadti w*~1o' alng the
Thurt ad teefangs thereeotedmand
figrous tountwer-fthck olf teGar
an sccVni'latebur was prodegat
ansheasae Mofterh Wtrp berougts
Troat the perlexitiesno, bte every
aisinls gorn nt fitss ial the
l ely to0 ith Ialiarty rpusntar
Trosteo the weltryn bean ilent
classer-olfenive~~li in te Trin 1,'S tem
decaredfy annn onme grun ferato
whtheyg~ dwcyro drinlanderom ThRnu
vlac stat e t leeeismwa
durin theirst te kfther wlok, buit
erh~is whny Presidhet foie forn Hui
Thursaiy ienefroaolit'&orim'i eroTups
emursof therewsy tof the Auxlfet(il
ran liesr of t he fllrolnnt fro Cia
(g'Ivlzza de'oir wa' on lfrf ies. ,
%~Thi1i- fot hd fbrer strnly fs~orlfe
bthe Ausitrintatsn was monderecdn
llemler. 4 T nt hlriesl of fI'ria nri
tilleryli ok o' 1ip 1ri'n1 Imrt in g in
reines hat i' sdit fii'.ta 'i
U. eS. p i neoe i deare of U-Bats.il1
riert' sh1w4' Uie intraesi hen
riiv l i"' sa'15ilimslitli fleeren le inr thi
andigve n4'Aile1'vI reit tomd the e ien
desroyerso thirgrat5ifing show51ing t
'glinent of Prussia, w1ho hls told thea
at Long ltench, ('Il. 2--"lhittleships"
or the Great iLakes naa11 t raining sta
of her "Pups." 4-llritish anaid French
1ignpost in the bacicground.
report cialie t li IInIouneenert thaIt
Germnan subnarines had sunk the
British tiransport Trnsylvania and
French steamer Sontaiy, in the Medi
terranean with the loss of 458 lives.
Another vessel torpedoed was an un
ianed Anerienn stenater of 8,000 tons
carrying a cargo for Switzerland. The
British admit they are coibating the
U-boats only with "hard work and in
finite pains," but Amerlean Inventors
are still busy. Hudson aixin mild li
had perfected a device that would
make ships itumune fron the sulbinai
rOne peril, and Lewis Hlerzog, an artist
was mild to have devised in ethod foi
painting vessels that greatly reducei
their visibility at son. Willh1am Mar.
coni, who eatnme over with I the Itillia:
w*ar inission, says the Italians are nom
usling i device with wllei 13 subiat
rities were destroyed it the first thre
weeks of its operation.
The first. detachuient of Uritet
State ariy engineers reacled I.ondor
oin We'dnesolay on its waiy to France
Two units of tle Anericia liiospitat
corps aliso arrived in lmaglima.
Doings In Congress.
'The hoise Of reprexeittatives 01
i Wednesdaiy passed the greatest Wi
tax bill in the history of any tnatioi
It carries a total Of about $1,870,000
000 in ill kinds of taxes, The vote u
e the measure was 320 to 70. There wi
g bitter opposition to inny fettures i
ii the bill, aitl ininy of those Who filnal
d voted for it said they dil so aS a 1n
if ter of paitriotisni.
* he senaite finance coiumnittee j
Once began paring down the niensu
with the intention of reducing the
tal .ield of taxzesI to about $I,000,00(
4 000. piannling to raise the additiou
i $800,000,000 by issues of bonds.
The second ininistration niensuri
dealing with the control of food an<
other niecessairies wais introduced in the
house by Conigre'sxntan Loever of' Souti
Caroliina. I ierber't C. lloover, select
ed by te presxident to be food ilniii
trator, said~ the bili1 should nmake 11
I)ossile to el aliinte hionirding, specula
tion ait w;'tstte ini tlistributionbi.
TIhe chiief' lrovliis of thet billi atre
lag of' thle net'cessar iiex o1 life.
2. 1Prolhiixts ijurioux spetculIatlot
ini ~ lie niecestsxaiest of life awl givea
the preshxilt'i pi0or to re(guhilte ori prou
hihit te operatiion of stoc'k or' grafii
3. ( ilvex lie Jires'ident, toe P'~toI Iib
t'ssatries of lift' in certa in insiatates.
4I. (iivt's thlit presh'lt a.owera toa pre
vent Iuse oif grin i or food In athle manu ii
fnue ot'f Iihluor1'at his dlixcretion.
5. (;lves thle ipreslaien ibo'wer14 to'con
tro)l all distribu11tion1 agenetles by mueam
4of' i(eenin' g.
food anal gr'ain iitatlardls.
7. (Uives thle pr'esidenit power to jaur
ehlaise, storeo antI dixpose of' nae'esaaIlt
oDf hi fe in ordeor to break "cornaers"' 1am
oth lerwixt' regtahate It'upp1l)y andl prices'
.8. ProvIdes for a akinag overa by) the
governmeinuut of) f'act ores, m ines, o
plants the owner's of wht'h do niot eoinj
* 1ly with tht' pr'esldentt's orlders'.
I). ( I vtes thle prtesident pboiwer' 4 t' er
uit the ii.\l ag of on a;i wheont Iloin~
andto to 'st abl ish lercetage (of iluu 'rIt
hc otineat'l f'romt wheoa.
10. Pr'ovidets that th le presidlent maiyl
dielt'gatte anyt orI all of lhe Ibower's con.l
f'rr't'a on lhim by'114 theill lI titay Per
son h ltn ai d'aesignatte.
Liberty Bonds Seliing Fact.
Iehti ist ituations ar '. everywhe ire ((om.
hinn lito pu14 jtsh the ILiber'ty Ion bonds0i.
a lii the deanid for thouise 'ecuiie s j'
was1i gret Ithrouaghiout thle coiinltry', n ro
Ilt('rD'nsed4 everyI'3 day1. it was p Iredieat.
t'd thati t' bods wouijl se'll atl a pret
tialta asi soonD aix thei war is over', umi
they aire alrea:dy' IDopuilar with, th<
h atd te $20,a00.ti10 (Df shaort-terna
renD~sury'3 ('ri' nt recently' '4(''I Ii Issueo
had been4.loversubsrewibed~a iby ait least 51
.l. P.t'O Mtran $lltalt) 01'ey t wou lido l
usa'eil fo"' war' Ipurpo~ises. Oni thei 5iain
. tday ti riste of' 2 cents a gallont in th
pr'i'e of gaisoline was announccaL
Symptoms of More Serious
Washington Park, Ill. -"I am te
amother of four children and have suf
fered with female
nervous spells and
the blues. My chil.
dren's loud talking
and romping would
make me so nervous
I could just tea
everything to pieces
and I would ache all
over and feel so sick
that I would not
..Want anyonet tao k
to me at times. Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills re
stored me to health and I want to thank
you for the good they have done me. I
have had quite a bit of trouble and
worry but It does not affect my youth
ful looks. My friends say 'Why do you
look so young and well ?' I owe it all
to the Lydia E. Pinkham remedies.
-Mrs. RoBT. STOPIEL, Sage Avenue,
Washington Park, Illinois.
If you have any symptom about which
you would like to know write to the
Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn,
Mass., for helpful advice given free of
WHO IS W*' as well a men
are made miserable by
kidney and bladder trou
Tf) ble. Thousands recom
BLAME mend Dr. Kllmer's
swamp-Root. thle grat
kidney medicine. At druggists in fty
cent and dollar sizes. You may receive a
sample size bottle by Parcel Post, also
amphlet telling about it. Address Dr.
ilimer & Co., Binghamton. N. Y., and
enclose ten eents, also mention this paper.
DAISY FLY KILLER placed anywheree
attrat@e and kille
all flies. Itses, cean.
cheap. Laste all sses.
I ade of metal. ean't spil
or tip over t will not Mol
or Injure anything. Go.
anteed effective. Bold by
dealers, or 6 sent by as
press prepaid for 81.00
SIAROLD SOMERS. IGO an KALS AVE.. SROOIULYN, N.Y.
NAIR 13 L.I M
A tolet propasion of merit. I
IPe to r*Ado^t dandruff.
For Restorian Color and
[ I nu~o~a or Faded 0'aIi
bea"17*1r*a~t d" HIr
60.1 . 10at Dru '~to.
They passed o the street without
r sptatking-hut tiheir eyes leld nttual
recognition and vhatllenge. She Wis
. necomInied by ii remaile friend, and
She had 1111111le conilmtanion. When they
4 had pas-sed, the girl said:
,f "That wits poor Jack .1urgexi. lie
didn't speak. but you notleed his look,
t. didn't you? Poor boy-it hurts tue to
think how Ie hits never got over imy
it refusal to marry him. Of course, he
.0 was all broken til) at the time, but I
thought he would soon get over it. He's
thinner, Isn't lie? I do hope that he
hasn't plunged into dissipation. He
couldn't trust hiniself to speat, could
be? Oh, dear!"
And the 1111111 was Saying:
"Did you1 see ho0w itat dame~t gave iae
the eye? I supp~ose 1 shtouild have
spoken to herI' becaiuse I (n'it help
t.i thiking I've melt her somlew~her-her
fae is faitiarti, hut I ('nn't lacie her."
I--Clev elandt I'lain Dealer.
Girls! Make beadty lotion at
home for a few cents. Try i
S'luteeze the Julee't of two'-lemons into
orechardl whlite, siike wvell, and you
have a <iuatrt er pint of te best freckle
adanlotion, andtt (comtle'xionl beau-- -
Stifler, lit very, very sili cost.
Your grocer has th lemions and any
cirug stor'e or toll(t c-ounrter will supply
three onniees of o~rchard1' white for a
.f-w ('(ntls. Maxxasige tIls sweetly tra
grat lt iion into thei. face, neck, arms
freckle and lemiishles dlISappear (ad
how clea1r, Soft and1( white the sklin be
coIlies. Yes I It is harmless. Adv.
** li 4hire th e appierti''
" Iinh , sr.''
''Are you ali icrfu?''vr?
"l~ 'ft.vo swear?"
"\Vell, it dop~endsq on whuat kind of a
co r youi've got, sir.''
"ilsThe Color Scheme.
I "lr ouri wife stalrted that bank
account of whilh you were telling.
"Not yet, lut shte has collected sam
ple (1h('eks from all the banks and is
tryintg to3 dle('de wVhli(h mal~kes the most -
hartnonlous colitination with her new
Why buy many bottles of other Vermi
)fugewh en one ingle bottle of Dr. Peery's
Vermifuge "Dead Shot" wHi act surely and
promptly ?, Adv.
Abtiny aI imm~l who thilnks he Is a poll
-tithm is really a joke.
- iWhen Your &yes Need Care'
*'Try Murine Eye Remedy'
I Bama etOgemfo is