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THE WILLIAMS NEWS
Had Your Iron Today?, ' Get Some energy and iron NEVER mind the. weather get some new vitality speed up any way. Don't be a lagger. Vital men resist the heat- Let lit tle raisiif? help. 75 per cent pure fruit sugar. 145 calories of energiz ing . nutriment in every package practically predigested so it gets to work almost immediately. No tax on digestion so it doesn't 'Jieat the blood. Fatigue resisting food-iron also I All natural and good. Try, it when you're slipping when you yawn at 3 P.M. Stiffens up your backbone and makes thoughts flow again. Two packages and a g lut of milk form greatest mid-day lunch you'ra evr tried. Little Sun-Maids Between -Afeal Raisins 5 c Everywhere in Little Red Packages Always Under Suspicion. I often wonder why Jenks Is not more popular, for he's the politest man I know." "That's Just the trouble. He's so con foundedly polite he gives the Impres sion that he wants to borrow money." Sure Relief FOR INDIGESTION 6 Bell-ans Hot water Sure Relief 'ELIL-AG3S 25$ and 754 Packages. Everywhere Western Ganada Offers Health and Wealth and has brought contentment and happiness to thousands of home seekers and their fami lies who have started on her FREE homesteads or bought land at attractive prices. They have established their own homes and secured pros perity and independence. In the great grain growing sections of the prairie provinces there is still to be had on easy term Fertile Land at $15 to $30 an Acre land similar to that which through many years has yielded from 20 to 45 bushels of wheat to the acre oats, barley and flax also in great abundance, while raising horses, cattle, sheep and hogs is equally profitable. Hundreds of farmers in Western Canada have raised crops in a single season worth more than the whole cost of their land. Healthful climate, good neighbors, churches, schools, rural telephone, excellent markets and shipping facilities. The climate and soil offer inducements for almost every branch of agriculture. The advantages for ... Dairying:, MIxskI Far mine and Stock Raisins make a" tremendous appeal to industrious settlers wishing to improve their circum stances, r or certificate entitling you to reduced railway rates, illustrated literature, maps, description ot larm opportunities m Manitoba. as Katchewan, Alberta and tish Columbia, etc.. write W. V. BENNETT . 300 Peter's Trust Building Omiht, Nab. Hair I bin x ..KSSiS . iair It vitalizes the root and stops hair falling out fills bald spots rapidly. Try it! At all (rood druggists, 75c. M direct from HESSIG-ELLIS. - -V - Ti.ii! W..N. U, DENVER, NO. 26-1922. MM B m A. II. fit flakes Old Waists Like Mew Putnam Fadeless Dyes dyes or tints as you wish m. V, Electricity's March. , ' In less than 20 years the electricity produced In America has increased more than 15 times, until It Is now five times greater than the energy that every man In the nation could put forth In a year, working eight' hours a day. Obeisance to the real "bear for work!" Imnortant to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, that famous old remedy for infants and children, and see that it Bears the Signature of In Use for Over 30 Years. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria Turning It Loose. "Heavens, woman ! You've turned yourself into a veritable, talking ma chine. Why, all through our long en gagement you had - hardly a word to say." "I know It, but all the time I was thinking of things to say after we were married." Judge. REST YOUR TIRED FEET AtLBN'S I-OOTE5ASE. the antiseptic powder to be shakvi into the shoes, stops the pain of corns and bunions, and rives Quick relief to iweaut:, callous, tired, ach ing, tender feet, blisters and sore spots. It rests the feet, keeps them cool and comfort able. Shoes and stockings wear twice as Ions vnen you walk In comfort. Advertisement. Sometimes There. "They kissed when the judge grant ed their divorce decree?" "Yes." "There's ' nothing like - parting friends." . ,"But Is It proper, for a man and woman to kiss in such a public way when they are no longer, married?" "I see no objection to it provided their future mates are not in court. Watch Cutlcura Improve Your Skin. On rising and retiring gently smear the face with Cutlcura Ointment. Wash off Ointment in five v minutes with Cutlcura Soap and hot water. It Is wonderful what Cutlcura will do for poor complexions, dandruff, itching and red rough hands. Advertisement. There is one thing which still may be borrowed without security trouble. Keep a stiff upper lip, and to be physically fit, a straight backbone. "My Linen skirts are awf 1y short. Now I don't think that's wrong:. And Mama says that Faultless Starch, Will make them wear quite long." NEWS TO DATE IN PARAGRAPHS CAUGHT FROM THE NETWORK OF WIRES ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD. DURING THE PAST WEEK RECORD OF IMPORTANT EVENTS CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOPLE. (Wasters Nssspsper Union Nm Ha i lis ) WESTERN Delia Michaelson, 26 years of age, supposed to be originally from Detroit, Mich., who has lately been teaching school at Rlngling, Meager county, Montana, committed suicide by taking poison. A new travel record for the opening day of Yellowstone park was estab lished this year, when. 1,630 tourists entered Wonderland. The record hung up is within twenty of the big gest day In the history of the park, August 8, 1921. The Rev. Donald D. Stewart, widely known in California as a temperance worker, was arrested near Sierra Ma- dre, twenty miles northeast of Los An geles, on charges that he had commit ted bigamy In several states and had swindled his wives out of thousands of dollars. Fred Ramsey died at Yakima, Wash., recently of hemorrhage caused by a stab in the shoulder, accldently Inflict ed by his 4-year-old brother, Robert, as they were at play at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Ram sey. The wound was made with a pen knife and it is said it caused internal bleeding which could not be stopped. About 8,000,000 cantaloupes have rotted on the ground" In the vicinity of Brawley, Calif., the growers having de cided to cease picking for a day and take the resultant loss In the hope that as a consequence overstocking of Eastern markets would be eliminated and they could get a price for their product which would afford them a profit. Hearst hail and Hearst hall annex were destroyed and the pathology building of the University of Califor nia was damaged In a campus fire. with estimated loss of $100,000 recent ly, 'rue - university infirmary was threatened by the flames and its pa tients were removed, but the building was not reached, by the fire. The origin of the fire was undetermined. Mrs. Ella 15. Hell, former wife of a Chicago capitalist, arrested in Los An geles several months ago on a charge of having robbed a residence where she was employed as a maid, and who was accused of similar offenses in Chicago, was found "mentally sick" by the Los Angeles county lunacy com mission. She' was paroled to Mrs, Jean McCracken, a county official, and ordered placed in a private sanitarium. WASHINGTON The use of radio to cure the exter nal manifestations of cancer was ex plained recently by Dr. T. Howard Plank of Chicago before the National Society of Physical Therapeutics. . The Senate has adopted the confer ence report on the army, appropriation bill, fixing the size of the army for the coming fiscal year at 12,000 officers and 125,000 enlisted men. The House has yet to act on the report, which in cludes an appropriation of $7,500,000 for continuation of work on the Muscle Shoals power project, on which no agreement was reached in conference. Although commending the Philippine aspirations to independence and a complete self sovereignty, President Harding, in reply to the , Philippine parliamentary mission, stated that the time Is not yet ripe for independence. Warren D. Harvey, an American citi zen, was murdered by bandits recently, five miles out of Tampico, Mexico, ac cording to word received by the. Amer ican consul at Tampico. Harvey was a paymaster for an American oil com pany. . . i Secretary of Labor Davis has an nounced that the farm bureau of the United States employment service would open offices at St. Louis June 24 and at Denver July 1 for the con venience of men coming from the East and West Into the harvest fields of Kansas and Nebraska. The American Federation of Labor may yet be torn apart by internal strife before It really gets down to work and prepares to adjourn. Friends of John L. Lewis, president of the United Mine Workers of America, and opponent of 4 Samuel Gompers for the presidency of the federation last year in Denver, have started a full-fledged boom for him again. The Civil Service Commission an nounced July 18 as the date for post master examinations at six Colorado towns as follows : Glenwood Springs, Eaton, Brush, Manitou, Monte Vista and Montrose. On the same date ex-" animations will be held for postmaster candidates at Cody, Lusk, Evanston and Rock. Springs, Wyo., and Silver City and East Las Vegas, N. M. July !5 has been set as the date for the civil service examination of applicants for the postmastership at Colorado Springs, Fort Collins and Grand Junc tion, Colo. FOREIGN The Yap treaty with the United States has been approved by the privy council and Japanese prince regent. The treaty fixes the rights of each nation in the island, which is under Japanese mandate. Field Marshal Sir Henry Hughes Wilson, formerly chief of the British imperial general staff and lately mill tary adviser to the Ulster government, was assassinated near the door of his home in Easton place, London. Fresh reports from the interior of Klangsi province are lacking, mis sionaries and officials at Shanghai be lieve the fury of the mutiny has been spent and the pillaging soldiers of the Peking government brought under control either by force or bribery. Fire of undetermined origin at Mexlcali, Lower California, destroyed nearly a city block at an estimated damage or $suo,ooo. A liquor ware house and a new barroom of the Low er California Commercial Company, tne JNionte jario gambling nail, a par tially constructed boxing arena and other buildings were destroyed. A mysterious disease in the south eastern districts of Queensland is puz zling the medical authorities and has. forced them to seek aid from the United States In determining Its cause and, if possible, a cure. The malady is described as being similar to meningi tis, with the difference that the brain and not the spinal cord is affected. In one town twelve out of fifteen persons afflicted died. A report of the national treasurer. Mexico tJity, shows that there was a surplus at the end of the year 1921 of 3,558,531 pesos. Receipts from all sources totaled 280,602,383 pesos and expenditures amounted to 277,043,852 pesos. The largest expense 'was In curred by the War Department with 136,212,263 pesos, the next being the Department of Finance with only 37,- 634,280 pesos and the Department of Communications and Public Works with 28,677,778 pesos. GENERAL Forty-foQr persons,- two of whom were union coal miners, were killed when 5,000 armed striking miners at tacked the Lester Strip mine, near Herron, III., which was being oper ated by imported workers and guards. William Bross Lloyd, Chicago mil lionaire Communist, and eighteen oth er members of the now defunct Com munist Labor party, must serve pris on terms for advocating the over throw of the United States, govern ment, it was ruled by the Illinois Su preme Court. Eagle Boat JNo. 57, which went ashore on a reef near Cattle Point, San Juan island, arrived at Seattle, having pulled off the reef under her own power. She escaped serious dam age. The boat was officered and manned by members of the Seattle and Tacoma naval militia units. William Rockefeller, who with his older brother, John. D., built " up the family millions In the oil Industry, died recently of pneumonia compli cated by a recurrence of kidney trou ble, at his country . estate overlooking the Hudson river from North Tarry- town, N. Y. He was 81 years old. Immediate enactment by Congress of legislation for the construction of a dam and reservoir at Boulder cafion for the control of the flood waters of the Colorado river, was urged in Washington by Secretary of Com merce Hoover before the House com mittee on irrigation of arid lands con sidering the Swing MIL Col. Marcellus H. Thompson, vice president and active head of the Auto- Ordnance Company of New York, has been Indicted by the federal grand grand jury at Trenton on the charge of conspiracy to ship arms to Ireland in violation of the neutrality laws. The announcement was made by As sistant United States District Attor ney Thomas V. Arrowsmith. Adoption of a program calling for a nonpartisan political campaign mis fall to elect the friends of organized labor, and an overwhelming defeat of the radical forces that favored recog nition of the Russian soviet govern ment, marked the closing sessoh of the American Federation of Labor con vention at Cincinnati. ' . The administration Is considering the matter of decreasing second class postal rates, it was said at the White House Considerable, discussion was gtvn to the subiect at the cabi net meerintf, and President Harding and Postmaster General Work are In clined to believe that at least a part of the Increase In the second-class rates made during the war should now be removed. Two hoboes were killed outright and George Welch, a third knight of the rail, so badly Injured he died in a hos pital at Redding, Calif.," when a freight train on which they were riding was derailed near Sims. The three were riding in a car laden with lumber and when the sudden stop, due to the de railment, came were crushed beneath the lumber. One of the two killed outright was a boy aged 18. Railroads of the country on June 1 had on hand seventy-five days' supply of bituminous coal, according to a statement Issued by the Commerce De partment, based a a report of the American Railway Association. On May 1 the carriers had ninety-four days supply. France will take part in the confer ence at The Hague with the Russian delegates beginning June 26, it was of ficially announced. If political ques tions are introduced, however, the French delegates will promptly with draw. Southwest News From All Over New Mexico and Arizona Western Newspaper Union News Service.) Insurance agents of New Mexico are to become organized to raise the stand ard of Insurance practice in that state. Over 150 car loads of cattle have been shipped to the markets at Kan sas City during the past month from Glenrio, N. M. The first head lettuce of the season from the Mesilla valley was shipped from Las Cruces a , few days ago. From now "on the shipments will be heavy.- All state highways in southern Ari zona are In excellent condition, I. P. Fraizer, maintenance engineer for the State Highway Department, declared recently. Nearly 200 students reported at the first assembly of the summer school at the State University at Albuquerque. This will be the first summer course held since 1918. A boom is said to have struck Vaughn, N. M.. since the oil operations have started in that section of the state. Many new buildings are now un der construction. Drilling was resumed this week at the oil well of W. D. Owens near Ros well. The first showing of oil In tbls well was found at the depth of 450 feet and the outlook Is good. At a recent meeting of the city coun cil of Tucumcarl, N. M., an occupation tax was passed. The tax will be one dollar on each thousand dollars worth of business done In the past year. Mrs. M. McKItterick, mother of four children, the eldest 22 years old, has announced her candidacy for sheriff of Maricopa county on the Democratic ticket. She is a Salvation Army work er in Phoenix. Mrs. McKItterick is said to be the first woman candidate for sheriff in Arizona. A conference of public utility com missioners from far western states to discuss the Southern Paelfic-Central Pacific separation question closed re cently with a telegraphic appeal by the commissions of California, Arizona and . New Mexico to the Interstate Commerce Commission to expedite its proposed consolidation scheme for the two railroads under authority of the transportation act of 1920. Two indictments returned by a spe cial county grand Jury which is inves tigating activities at Phoenix of the Ku Klux Klan, jointly charge Tom Alt ers, former managing editor of the Phoenix Gazette, and Harold Taffe, a sign painter, with kidnaping and ag gravated assault, it became known re cently. The true bills were returned in connection with a flogging adminis tered to Ira Haywood, a negro, by a band of men in March. Mining excitement has been stirred up by a find by a Spanish-American of the vicinity of Gascon, N. M. It is re ported that several parties have of fered considerable sums for the prop erty, but all offers have been turned down. It has been a well recognized fact that precious metals exist in the foothills of the Sapello, and in the Im mediate locality around Beulah, but sufficient capital has not been availa ble to open up the various leads. The B. B. Shots Product Company Is the name of -a new company formed in Roswell, N. M., to market the pinon crop of that section of the state in an attractive manner. The. nuts will be cleaned, roasted and polished, and put up in attractive packages under the name of B. B. Shots. The packages will be put up in display cartons con taining twenty-four packages which will be In turn packed twenty-four to he case for shipment. Arizona's share of $195,000,000 ap propriation recently by Congress for a three-year road schedule, will be ap proximately $2,668,069, according to word received by State Engineer Thomas Maddock. Five bandits were killed and three are known to have been wounded in a holdup of a combination freight and passenger train of the Southern Pa cific de Mexico near Rosares, between Mazatian, Sonora, and Tepic, Sinoloa, Mexico, a few days ago, according to a conductor. E. R. Raumaker left Douglas recent ly to give testimony before the Inter state Commerce Commission in a case filed by the Arizona Corporation Com mission in complaint of railroad fares both into and out of Arizona. The low est fare per mile is 4.8 cents. A de mand will be made for the same cut down as in other states. The Arizona commission recites in Its complaint iliat there are no winter tourists tick ets sold at special rates to Arizona points, though such fares are sold In El Paso and coast points. The Arizo na commission again attacks the rail roads in demanding a 10 per cent re duction in grain rates. Eighteen Chinese, most of them armed with pistols and hatchets, were rounded up recently across the border In Nogales, Sonora, by police and sol diers who asserted the arrest probably prevented a battle between 'enemy fac tions of the Chinese royalist and Re publican parties. Three earthquake shocks were felt at Yuma, Ariz., recently. Many resi dents were aroused from sleep. by the first temblor. The others followed at thirty-minutes Intervals. None of the shocks was severe nor of long dura--ion ujj-1 i.o damage was done. SUCCEEDS WHERE DOCTORS FAIL Lydia E. Pin kham's Vegetable Com pound Often Does That. Read Mrs. Miner's Testimony Churubusco. N. Y. "I was unrlr tf. doctor's care for over five years for oacKacne and had no relief from his medi cine. One day a neighbor told ma about your Vegeta ble Compound and I took it. It helped me so much that I wish to advise all women I to try Lydia E. Pink ham s Vegetable Compound for fe male troubles ana. backache. It is sv. exeat help in carrvine a child, as I have noticed a difference when I didn't take it. I thank you for this medicine and if I ever come to this point again I do not want to be without the Vegetable Com pound. I give you permission to publish this letter so that all women can take- my advice." Mrs. r red MINER, Bos' 102, Churubusco, N. Y. It's the same storv over a o-n ?r Women suffer from ailments for years. They try doctors and different medi cines, but feel no better. Finally they take .Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablor Compound and you can see its value fn the case of Mrs. Miner. - That's the truth of the matter, Tf mn tre suffering from any of the troubles women have, you ought to try this med icine. It can be taken in safety by young or old;, as it contains no harmful drugs. Shocking? 'There will have to be some new rules made here or else I shall give notice," said the girl In the telephone office to the chief clerk. Why, what's the matter?" Well, some of "the things said over the wire are not fit for me to hear. Oh, that's all right," was the flip pant answer. "You can't expect to work . round electricity and not get shocked." Which Is more essential, pep or re pose? One can scarcely have both. Weak and Miserable? Are you dull, tired and achy both ered with a bad back? Do you lack ambition; aimer headaches and dizzi ness feel "all worn out"? Likely your kidneys are to blame. Lameness, sharp, stabbing pains, backache and annoying urinary disorders are all symptoms of weakened kidneys. Don't wait for more serious trouble. Get back your health and keep itl Use Doan's Kidney Pais. Thousands of folks tell their merit. Ask your neighbor I A Colorado Case Mrs. C. Marching ton, 1619 Colorado St., - Idaho Springs, Colo., says: "I had kidney trouble. My back was painful and I had nervous headaches and spells of dizziness. When I caught cold It set tled on my kidneys and made the trouble worse. I found Doan's . Kidney Pills ' medicine w n e n x have such attacks for they always give me relief." Get Dean's at Any Store, 60c Ben DOAN'S "i&V FOSTER -MILBURN CO., BUFFALO. N. Y. Women Made Ifoung Bright eyes, a clear skin and a body full of youth and health may be yours if you will keep your system in order by regularly taking COLD MEDAL ft The world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles, the enemies of life and looks. In use since 169& All druggists, three sizes. Look for the name Gold Medal on eei f box and accept no imitation COCKROACHES Waterbuas ANTS Easily killed by using the genuine , Stearns' Electric Paste Also SURE DEATH to rats and mice. Tbesa pesta are the greatest carrien of diaease. fTney lestror botn food ana property. READY FOR USE BETTER THAN TRAPS .Directions in lfi languages in eTery nox. X ox. siie 35c 15 ox. size f 1.60. MONEY BACK IF IT FAILS Cirls! Girls!! Clear Your Skin With Cuticura I Soap 25c Ointment 25 and 50c, Talcum 25c. D I - C O L - Q FOR BURNS CUTS ITCH SORES 75c at stores; 85c by mail. Address New York Drug Concern, New York West Texas Military Academy R.O.T.O. San Antonio, Texas somxearfc Affiliated with the University of Texas. (JMa West Foint, Annapolis and leading institu tions of the United States. Army officers detailed by . War Department. Uniform eqaipment-lssuea by Government. Separate . Junior School. 8wimminK PooL Athletic Field. Champions of football and Baseball. Opens SEPT. S. Write fornew Illustrated catalogue. J. TOM WILLIAJUS, SupU lira!