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As fast as the Germans destroy the bridges In their retreat the French engineering corps build? them up again
with remarkable speed. Here Is a French mnshroom bride at Solssons.
YOUNGEST RADIO OPERATOR
Walter D. SIddall of Washington,
who will be fifteen years old next Au
gust, has obtained a license from the
government as a first-grade commercial
radio operator. Ability to take 20
words a minute Is required. SIddall
took 23. He Is In school now and be
came Interested In wlreles less than a
year ago. The small plant which he
built was closed by government or
ders a short time ago.
A Dorothy Understood It.
While Dorothy' mother was reading
to the little girl she came to the word
"gnultctlon." She explained Its mean
ing briefly, but thought the child would
forget It- Consequently, she was much
surprised when, a few days later, Dor
othy came running In, exclaiming ex
citedly: Oh, mamma. It's a good thing for
me there's a law of gravitation, or Td
bT stumbled head over heels Into
heaven Just now, when I fell off the
He la your friend a pacifist?"
She I should y notl Why, rather
than consent to a dishonorable peace
he refuse to divorce her husband.
POTOMAC RAILWAY BRIDGE GUARDED
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This pretty little chateau belongs to Sarah Bernhardt, the famous French
actress, who has not seen It since the beginning of the war. It Is now held
by the Germans and this picture was made recently showing that until then, at
least, the Germans had spared the charming little place.
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Treating wounded French soldiers underground. This Is but one of many
similar dressing stations organized by the French Red Cross along the battle
fronts. Located far underground, the doctors and Injured are seldom the
target for enemy shells. In the case of serious Injury, the men are given tem
porary treatment. In these subterranean hospitals and then removed to the
hospitals In Um rear as quickly as possible.
MINING AND OIL
Watra Nwpapr Union Nwa Strvlc.
Metal Market Prices.
New York. Lead lie.
Bar Slher 71Hc
Copper Casting, $:S.37!i.
St. Louis Spelter 19.11.
Boulder. Tungsten concentrates, 60
per cent, $17.00 per unit. Crude ores,
CO per cent, $15 00; 25 per cent, $9.40
Q-IS.OO; 10 per cent, $S.010 00 pet
The Yucca Company U ready to
start Its tungsten mill.
The Arizona Manganese Mines
Company will develop new deposits
south of Agulla.
The Shamrock mine, located In the
Plomosa range, about twelve miles
south of Vicksburg. Is expected to re
sume operations soon.
T cnty-two per cent copper and $30
per ton gold mora than $6,000 for a
car of ore recently sent to the smel
ter from the Critic mine In the Min
eral valley, Salome district.
Interest in mining affairs In the
Copper Basin country, a copper-bearing
section of proven possibilities
contiguous to Prescott, has been stim
ulated of late by a broadening of the
field of operations and by a number
of copper ore discoveries of more
than passing Importance.
Slherton's shipments, seventy-four
cars In the first seventeen days of
Lessees on the Guston mine at lied
mountain, near Ouray, are preparing
to start work Immediately.
The King of Carbonates, a West
cliff mine Is showing assays of ZOO
ounces silver and $50 copper.
William Garston. Colorado Springs
engineer, is now at Grand Valley In
vestigating oil shale Interests.
Contract to drive ;00 feet of tunnel
at the Hammer property, belonging to
George Watson, near Breckenrldge.
It B. Moore, lu charge of the Golden
station of the Bureau of Mines, states
that the laboratory Is practically com
pleted. Xew mines are needed and there
was never a better time for the pros
pector to make his great discovery.
The world Is metal hungry.
Slherton reports progress In open
ing of the Guston, Telescope, Coming
Wonder and Congress mines, and de
parture of pack teams In the service
In all probability It nlll be well
toward the latter part of June before
work will start on the new mill for
the Sunnyslde Mining and Milling
Company, near Slherton
Twenty-two sets of lessees are ac
tive on the different leasing blocks
operated through the Hlkton main
shaft, and the production from the
mine is at this time holding at a car
a day, with excellent prospects of im
At Cripple Creek Carnduff and Dun
can, lesees of the Granite Gold Min
ing Company, operating on the loner
Dead Pine through the 1.000 foot
level of the Gold Coin shaft, made
production of approximately 700 tons
of ore during April
According to reports, the revival of
old mines In Boulder county Is gain
ing momentum as the season opens.
Caribou, the oldest and richest sliver
camp in the early da)s of the state. U
in particular feeling the effect of the
impetus given by the Increased price
A good strike of copper silver ore Is
reported by George C. Hopkins, south
of Carrizoro. He encountered the lead
at a depth of only eighty-five feet and
has a solid vein of four feet, the ore
running set era hundred dollars to the
The purchasers of the Jones and
Winters groups of mining claims, in
the eastern part of Santa Fi county
are pushing development work as fast
as men can do it, driving three shifts
In the tunnel and In ore ever)' foot of
The Bethlehem Copper Company,
Incorporated at Santa Fi. has con
tracted for the drilling of ten holes
with P. T. Evers of the Sam Simon
district, southwestern Grant county.
They are to go down 500 feet In the
porphjry copper rock. The company
has on its property Iron outcrops from
100 to 200 feet wide for a distance of
3,000 feet, carrying one-half to 1 per
cent copper. Bunches and pockets of
high grade copper are found In this
surface Iron running as high as 22
per cent. The ore also carries four
ounces of silver per ton.
A contract has been let to drill a
well to test the Dry Creek structure.
There are a number of drills now
close to the oil sands In the Big Mud
The Five Hundred Company Is lay
ing a pipeline from Its 350-barreI well
in the Lander field.
Lander's list of oil producer haa
been increased by the striking of
oil ob the Schoonamaker ranch, three
nalles north of Lander.
SURFACE OF IMPROVED ROAD
3val Should Be as Flat as Character
of Material Employed and Lay
of Land Will Permit.
"Ever body agrees that the surfuee
if a road must be oval In Its contour."
wys Farm and Fireside, "but not all
inderstand that this oval ought to be
is flat as the character of the road
uaterial and the lny of the land will
permit. With brick or concrete con
traction the oval may be very flat, be
:nuie the traffic makes no ruts to car
y the water lengthwise of the road,
lor does the pavement soften and !e
relop depressions when kept In con
tact with water. But broken stone
(water-bound macadam), being sus
teptlble to penetration by water, and
subject to great damage If frozen
ahlle soaked, must be given a higher
jval; and for gravel roads a still
steeper pitch is demanded.
"As for earth roads, the steepness
aust be governed by the combined
Jifluence of a number of factors. Per
haps the leading factor Is the quality
3f the earth In each particular case.
And next might be placed the pres
rnce or absence of 'seeps' or 'spouts;'
while another of these vital factors
would be the longitudinal pitch of the
3IL FOR ROAD IMPROVEMENT
When Properly Applied Good Surface
Is Obtained Experiments Being
Made in Missouri.
(By E T M'CAUBTLAND Missouri Ag
ricultural College )
Attempts are now being made In
several parts of the state to keep dust
down by the ue of road oils. Super
visors should be careful to Investigate
the quality of oil they use before put
ting It on the hlghwajs. It is not gen
erally understood that there are two
distinct types of oil on the market.
One of these oils has an asphalt base
which serves as a binder on the rond
as soon as the lighter oil evaporates.
The other has a paraffin base and is
to all Intents and purposes a lubricat
ing oil. This kind of oil, however, does
not bold the road hard, or Is not bind
ing. It leaves the roads musty and
Road oiling, properly done, gives a
good surface. The City of Joplln has
done some of this work on Its roads
that have already carried heavy traf
fic more than a year and now look us
good as asphalt pavement.
Any Mlssourlan may send samples
of road oils to the Engineering Experi
ment Station University of Mlswurl.
Columbia, and have them examined at
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Oiled Highway in Missouri.
a moderate cost merely enough to
pay for the ue of materials In the
laboratory. Some time ago the experi
ment station Issued a bulletin giving
complete Information on the quality
of various materials throughout the
state for road-making purposes. This
bulletin Is still In print and will be
sent free. Its title Is "Investigation
of Road-Making Properties of Missouri
Stone and Gravel."
$1,500,000,000 FOR ROADS
Predicted This Amount Will Be Spent
in Next Five Years en Highways
of United States.
"It Is predicted on good authority
that from 51,000,000,000 to $1,500,000.
000 will be spent on the highways of
the United States in the next five
years," stys Lincoln Highway, the
organ of the transcontinental highway
Issociatlon of that name. "Herein lies
the proof of the general Interest op
the part of all of the people In roao
Improvement an Interest which went
soaring with the passage of the Bank-head-ShacklcforJ
act allowing $73,000.
000 of federal funds to the various
states for this purpose."
Money for Rural Roads.
Under the federal-air road act
aithin the next five years $lCO.000,O0G
will be spent by federal and state gov
ernments In Improving rural roads.
Reduce Cost of Hauling.
Good roads reduce the cost of haul
ing produce to and from the farm as
much as 25 cents per ton-mile.
Why not plant parts of our roadsides
with suitable native shrubs or perennials?
The Dangerous Uninformed.
"There will bo n great restraint on
conversation If all news Is withheld."
"Why J" Inquired Miss Cayenne.
"The most reckless conversationalist
on earth Is the person who doesn't
know what he is talking about."
There Is a lot of foolishness in the
world nnd we all contribute to the
What is Castoria
C ASTORIA la harmless substitute for Castor OIL Paregoric,
Drop and Soothing Syrups. It b pleasant. It contains neither
Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age Is its guar
ante. For mora than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief
of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverish
ness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels,
aids the assimilation of Food; giving health and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over
80 years, has borne the signature of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has been made under
his personal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-Good" are but Experiments that
W. L. DOUGLAS
"THE SHOE THAT HOLDS ITS SHAPE"
$3 $3.50 $4 $4.50 $5 $6 $7 & $8 aJ8 V?
Save Money by Wearing W. L- DouIa
shoes. For sale by over 9000 shoe dealers.
The Best Known Shoes in the World.
W. L. Douglas name and the retail price is stamped on the bot
tom of all shoes at the factory. The value is guaranteed and
the wearer protected agamst high prices for lienor shoes. The
retail prices are the same everywhere. They cost no more in San
Francisco than they do in New York. They are always worth the
price paid for them.
nphe quality of W. L. Douglas product is guaranteed by more
than 40 years experience in making fine shoes. The smart
styles are the leaders in the Fashion Centres of America.
They are made in a well-equipped factory at Brockton, Mass.,
by the highest paid, skilled shoemakers, under the direction and
supervision of experienced men. all workinz with an honest
determination to make the best shoes tor the
Ask your ihM dealer for TV. I Dougls shoe. If bo can
not apply 70a with th kind you wstBt, take no other
make. Writ for Interesting booklet esplalnlnr how to
Ct shoes of the htrhett standard of quality for the price.
by return mall, pottage free
LOOK FOR W. L. DougUa
name and the retail price
atamped on the bottom.
"Say joung feller," said lironcho
Ilol. "Ime jou got a gun on you'r"
""o, sir'" replied the man with the
brand new cowboy uniform. I was told
that It was better to be unarmed, so
ai to avoid nny Impression that I was
seeking n quarrel."
"Well, that's a big disappointment.
I needed a brnnd new gun an' thought
you'd be bringing ulong at least a pair
of 'em. Don't you let anything Illce
this occur again."
WOMEN! IT IS MAGIC!
LIFT OUT ANY CORN
Apply a few drop, then lift
corns or calluses off with
finger no pain.
Just think ! You can lift
oft any corn or callus
without pain or sorene.
A Cincinnati man discov
ered this ether compound '
and named it freezone. Any j
druggist will sell a tiny bot
tle of freezone, like here
shown, for very little cost,
l'ou apply a few drops di
rectly upon a tender corn
or callus. Instantly the
soreness disappears, then
shortly you will find the
corn or callus so loose that
you can lift it right off.
Freezone Is wonderful. It
dries Instantly. It doen't
eat nway the corn or cal
lus, but shrivels It up with
iut even Irritating the sur-
(i ,l , rounding skin.
' 'l j Hard, soft or corns be-
irrii liitr iws, us well us
painful calluses, lift right
off. There Is no pain be
fore or afterwards. If your drug'at
hasn't freezone, tell hlra to order a
small bottle for you from his whole
sale drug house. ndv. '
The Color Scheme.
"Ha your wife Martetl th.it bank
account of which jou were telling
"Not yet, but he has collected 'am
ple checks from all the banks and Is
trying to decide which makes the most
harmonious combination with her new (
embos-ed stationer "
FIERY RED PIMPLES
That Itch and Burn Are Usually
Czematou( Cutlcura Quickly Heats.
It needs but a single hot bath with
Cutlcura Soap followed by a gentle
application of Cutlcura Ointment to
the most distressing, disfiguring
eczemas, ltchlngs and burnings to
prove their wonderful properties. They
are also ideal for every-day toilet use.
Free sample each by mail with Book.
Address postcard. Cutlcura, Dept. It
Boston. Sold everywhere. Adv.
Women hate Mich a good time talk
ing because they have so little to say
that they do not care how they say It.
Don't trust your future happiness
with n woman who has no sense of
When Your Eves Need Care
Try Marine Eye Remedy 1
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"What did that new hat cost?"
"Five dollars. That's the Initial
"I expect to spend three times that
much checking It this summer."
Straw hats can be easily cleaned
with dampe:'d cornmeal.
price that money
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Kailroad shop employees at San
Juan, Porto Ulco, hate procured an
Increase In pay and better working
An old bachelor says that a woman's
tongue is an organ without stops.
MADE FIOM THE HIGHEST CtADE DuiOM WHEAT
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Levi Strausa & Co San r rase
Brokerage firm or men to handle gilt
edge stock on commission basis. Com
municate with us at once.
ANSON BROKERAGE COMPANY
609 Newhouse Bldfl. Salt Lake City
$5 REWARD $5
for the name and address of an acceptable
salesman and organizer in your county.
Splendid position open for one man or
woman in each county.
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