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Is It news that n dress suit Is some t linos the livery of a crook? OLD-AGE STARTS WITH YOUR KIDNEYS Sclcnco Bays that old age begins with weakened kidneys and digestive organs. This being true, it is easy to believe that by keeping the kidneys and diges tive organs cleansed and in proper work ing order old ago can bo deferred and life prolonged fur beyond that enjoyed by tho average person. . For over 200 years GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil has been relieving tho weaknesses and disability due to advanc ing years. It is a standard old-time home remedy nnd needs no introduction. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil is Inclosed in odorless, tasteless capsules contain ing about 5 drops each. Take them as you would a pill, with a owallow of water. Tho oil stimulates the kidney POOR ENGLISH PLACE-NAMES Pessimistic and In Many Cases Derog atory Appellations Given for No Apparent Reason. For n people upon the whole cheery And possessed of much homely philos ophy, the English hnve shown a sur prising amount of pessimism in their choice of plnce-niunes, remarks a Canadian soldier now In England. Wlthnl, their Mount Plensnnts and the like nre n good deal rnrer than their Coldhnrbours, Stnrvcacres, Stnrve crows, nnd so forth. But for stark pes simism the writer knows no place name to heat tlmt of a northern farm stead situated nt the exposed end of n hlenk, unkindly valley which al ways seems much colder and more foggy than tiny of tho nenr-by heights. Tho name Is Bnd End simply. One of Its occupnnls was hnnged, but so far ns the name goes this must have been effect rather than cause, for the hanging wns recent, while the name antedates tho oldest Inhabitant's rec ollections. Cackle Street, Dnrwell Hole, Old Hole, Bugshill, Popplnghole, Froghole, PIgstrood. Platnlx, Kitchen hour, Grnndturzel, Little Nineveh, Tub slake, Brownbreud Street, nre a few merely old plnce-nnmes recalled nt random, nnd nil to be met with in a day's mnrch along the beautiful Sus-sox-IOmt border country. Montreal Herald. Some men use nil the material they have nt hnnd In "making fools of themselves. action and enables tho organs to throw off the poisons which cause premature old age. New life and strength increnso as you continue the treatment. When completely restored continuo taking a capsule or two each day. GOLD MED AL Haarlem Oil Capsules will keep you in health and vigor and prevent a return of the disease. Do not wait .until old age or disease have settled down for good. At the first sign that your kidneys are not working properly, go to your druggist nnd get a box of GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules. Money refunded if they do not help you. Three sizes. But re member to ask for the original imported GOLD MEDAL brand. In sealed packages. An Ovorsupply. The help problem bothers them In the Orient also, but In a different way. A gentleman who had returned from India remarked. "The worst thing about the plnco 1? the nuisance of nu merous servants. Why, when I was at Bogglywallnh I had four servants to look ufter my pipe aloue." "Four servants to attend to pipe?" "Yes. Tho first one brought me; the second filled it; the lit It" "And the fourth?" "Oh, ho smoked It. I never could ubldo tobacco In any form, you know." your It to third Must Have Had It All. "I understand you have had a slight operation?" "That's what I thought 1 hull, but I got the bill for It yesterduy and I'm inclined to think now thnt while I was under the ether the surgeon gave me everything he had In stock." Uncle Eben. "A man dat keeps tulkln' 'bout his self," said Uncle Eben, "sometimes surprises you by de way he mnnnges to make n puny good speech on a mighty slim subject." First Impression. "Well, I must be off." "I thought so the first time I mcl you." Baltimore American. "Radical." The fellow who doc not agree with us. A Health-Bliilding Food GrapeNut A blend of wheat and barley prepared to di gest easily and make and keep people strong, 'There's a Reason' Uncle Sam Is to Expand Chemical Warfaro Service WASHINGTON. Announcement by tho war department thnt will cnllbt nnd concentrate nt onco nt tho Lakehurst proving grounds 1,000 men from tho chemical wnrfaro service Indicates Undo Snm will not neglect tho development of this brnnch of tho mod ern army. When tho war ended America bnd mndo wonderful ndvnnccment In tho methods of chemical warfare. Thcro hnvo been prominent army officers who havo suggested that the conflict wns forced to a quicker conclusion by tho work that wns done at Lakehurst, ex pressing tho belief that German spies may have carried Information ns to tho efficiency with which tho United States employing these new devices could ex terminate armies and cities. The recruits will bo enlisted In tho infanry nnd Immediately assigned to tho chemical wnrfaro service. Only whlto men will bo accepted. Lnkchurst was selected by tho government after n countrywldo search for sites as the most available place for Ita tests of ordnnnco nnd chemical warfaro materials. One of the most famous gases developed there wns n mustard variety ten times stronger than that employed by tho Germans ngulnst tho Americans. Experiments showed thnt It frequently killed on contact. Another gas, which tho country has already learned could hnvo wiped out Berlin llfo In n night, wns perfected in n remarkable scries of tests. MY THANKS TO THE AO MS King Albert Makes History by Visiting Congress ISTOIIY Is being made rapidly these days. When Albert, king of tho Belgians, paid homnge the other day in congress to tho United States army, which he said was "tho decisive factor In determining tho victory," ho wns making history. Greeted ns "our friend, our defender nnd ally," King Albert stood before tho sennto of tho United States nnd Inter before tho house of representatives to fulfill tho main purpose of his long journey to American shores tho expression of Belgium's gratitude for American nld during the great war. For tho first time in history tho crowned hend of a monarchical govern ment was an honored guest In the legis lative halls of tho foremost democracy of the world. Beside stood Leopold, duke of Brabant, his son and heir to the Belgian throne, nnd from her place In tho gollcry Queen Elizabeth looked down upon a scene unprecedented In American history. Cheers and n thunder of handclapplng rang through tho staid chamber of the senate as the king entered, escorted by Senator Lodge, whllo Senator Hitchcock walked beside Prlnco Leopold. Queen Elizabeth nnd Mrs. Mar shall, wlfo of the vlco president, entered the executive gallery nt tho same moment. King Albert was seated beside Scnntor Cummins, presiding over tho sen ate, with the youthful prlnco nt his right. Sennte and galleries rose nnd cheered again when Senator Cummins presented the king, pnylng tribute to tho high courago of the mnn who had led the heroic little kingdom in Its struggle agqlnst a mighty foe. Tho queen was first to appear on tho houso side. Members roso nnd applauded ns sho entered the executive gnllery. Tho formal announcement of the king's coming was drowned In a wavo of applause as he wns recognized nt the door. When he wnlked down tho ulsle, escorted by former Speaker Champ Clark, there was a roar of cheers. Ho was greeted by Speaker Glllett, hcsldo whom he took his sent II. S. Soldiers Gain Weight During the Great War UNCLE SAM'S soldiers grew fat during the war, gaining an nvorngo of ten pounds a man between enlistment and demobilization, according to Dr. William Dnrrach, denn of the faculty of medicine at Columbia university. Denn Darrach points out that tho bct- GAINED THrt ter health strides In the army were made In spite of unfavorable condi tions of war, und credited the achieve ment to the mnrvelous development of the science of medicine and hygiene In recent years. "While we may not expect to at tain 'perfect health,' we certainly are headed in thnt direction," Doctor Dar rach said. "We no longer merely nro checking disease or curing und allevi ating the ills of mankind. We nro preventing them. Preventive medlcluo Is mnklng tremendous strides. Vaccl nation has made smallpox n rnrlty; inoculntlon has brought typhoid under possible control; dlphtherln und hookworm nre taking cover; elimination of the louse has put trench fever nnd typhus to rout; destruction of tho mos quito checks malaria nnd virtually all other contagious or Infectious diseases are being stamped out. "Public hygiene hns made great strides also, especially In the larger cities. The decrease in infant mortnllty statistics, where purental clinics nnd milk depots have been established, is startling. From tho cradle on through the public schools children aro watched cnrefully nnd their health safeguarded by the community. "The greatest example of tho progress mndo by surgery nnd tho medical profession Is In connection with the war, For tho first time In history an army grew fat. The American soldiers averaged a gain of ten pounds in weight from the time of mohlllzntlon until tho army disbanded. All other armies In history havo lost weight." These men, tho nrmy of about 4,000,000 men, which participated In tho war at homo or nbrond, will go to mako up a healthier coining generation. Works Council Growing Popular in U. S. Industry THE rnpld growth In America of tho works council system, which tho employers' group In the defunct labor-capltal-publlc conference insisted must be written Into any pronouncement on collective bnrgalnlng Is shown In n survey Just finished by tho na tionul industrial council bonrd. Up to the war period tho works council wns comparatively unknown, although tho basic Idea is old as tho hills, the "chnpel" in printing estab llshments, for example, running bnck almost to tho days of Gutenberg. But ns n development In Industrial organ! zatlon the system Is among the new comers, nnd few other plans for Im proving shop relations are attracting inoro widespread Interest. Tho works council may be described as u collectlvo dealing plan, under which plant employees, through representatives chosen by themselves from nmong their own number, shure with the management In ndjustlng conditions of employ ment Tho first known American example of a works couucll, tho survey dls closed, datedtbnek only to 100-1. Up to January, 1018, only 20 such orgnnlza tlons had been established. But during the last 20 months tho growth hns been so fast that now there are known to be 225 works councils In 170 corporations and companies, In addition to many that have not been disclosed. Nearly all of them uro located oust of tho Mississippi; tho largest num her Is found In tho branches of the metal trades, and tho next largest la the 5 5 c a package before the war c a package during the war 5 c a package NOW THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! WILL NOT USE GERMAN DYES Real Reason Why the Red Trousers of the French Infantryman Have Been Discarded. Tho rod trousers of tho French army nro to bo no more. There Is n political and economical tragedy nbout It with which very few people aro familiar. Tho originator of tho red trousers was Napoleon, who was prompted In his "reform" by n desire to help tho nn tlvo 'cultivation of madder root against the Dutch and Italian rivals. But then enmo tho Graebe-Lleber- mnnn discovery of the alizarine dyes, and In less thnn ten years, between 1870 nnd 1878, the production of mad der root In France shrank from 25,000 to GOO tons, and then It disappeared. This wns a great German victory. Nev ertheless, tho nrmy trousors continued to bo dyed red, only this time tho dyes had to bo Imported from Germany. It ovldently required n great war to put an end to this humiliation. Something to Boast Of. "I'm not bragging or anything." "Yes, yes, go on." "But I do wunt to snv that I havo been n landlord for 17 venrs und In nil that time I haven't had a single com plaint filed against me by n tenant." A man who courts nnd runs away may bo hauled to court somo day. A childless marriage Is not a howl ing success In one sense of tho term. GREAT SECRET OUT AT LAST Observing Intellect Has Discovered How the Brain That Names Sleep ing Cars Works. I used to bo nwwl, writes Inobottn, at the' thought of tho Intellectuality of the mnn who nnmes tho Pullman cars. To what storehouse of classical or his torical lore did this mentality hnve ac cess, thnt ho could exhume thorcfrora such nnmes numes that seemed to mean something, but yet just eluded nnnlysls? I used to think I'd like to meet that bird. But I'vo pegged him at lastl He'a no glnnt Intellect nt all. He's Just a pathological specimen one of thestr wrong-foot cases tho medical Journal havo been, discussing lately, whose cerebral or spinal connections seem tm bo crossed. Their handwriting go from right to left It's called "mirror writing." Their co-ordinating mechan ism Is constantly In reverse gear. AnA how do I know that the uomenclntor of Pullman cars is one of those? Sim ply thus: Tho sleeper In which I rodo fron Clnclnnntl to Atlantu the other day wns named "Klimwocl" Cleveland Plain Dealer. Take strict heed to thy ways; act a watch over thy' actions; nnd govern tho thoughts of thy heart. Dorothea Dlx. Somo puns nre nhnost ns pnlntfesa ns wanton's pencils. If you want to make good health a habit and coffee interferes, try a change to POSTUM the wholesome table-drink with a rich coffee-like flavor. You'll find Postum satisfies without any penalty. Boil for fifteen minutes after boiling begins. Delicious, Refreshing, Economical Two sizes, usually sold at 15c and 25c Made by Postum Cereal Company Battle Creek, Michigan J Hhlp-bulldlng Industry.