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ALGUQUEf.CUE ttOSNIuG JCUnrML, TUESDAY, SEPTEK3ER 22. 1914.
FIVE DESOLATION IS LEFT III HE OF GEHijAN ARMY'S sim IIISIOII Vast Area of Belgium Without Single living Person Where Thousands Thrived For merly. IRRESISTIBLE RUSH OF - KAISER'S VAST HOSTS ; Every Evidence Indicates Swift j' Retreat 'of French Forces Across Border at Beginning ' of War. I AunrUIra riM I'arrniMMHlriw.) Rotterdam, Spt. It liy Imagining j the iwcp of a flood tide up a broad j tidal river on can picture the advance of the Gfrnwn army through Belgium now creeping, now racing. It defied resistance w ith each forward lunge. Temporarily deflected at such points ax Liege and Numur, the body of It moved Irreslsuhly forward, enguftug what It could not, immediately destroy. The, result Ik a rumpled. depleted country, i-trcwn with the flotsam of this tidr-iHMtl.-red French epaulets un, torn uniforms ground into the soil, ! vhaJluw trenches filled with French W nUSSIA IS TRMiSPORTlNS TROOPS TP JIO 111 LIES 111 JIME 'f r y r F mi showing me route c te Russian PHESIDEHT SEES III OPPORTUNITY EOII PEACE IET guns, broken nt the lmk, and Frenrh Knapsack with Uielr contents spilled : everywhere on the landscape. j At ' Interval there are newly mode! graves ' without a cross or stone to mark them, and every village, hospl-! tal church. vilhi and rhsteu Is crn-il. ! pU with ths wounded. Field which !nnj CU,board denuded of everything have escaped the scourge and In which j r,.mot iy concerned with food and a harvest still Maud in giant hay cocks, j hoU!!e ,n ft B(at0 of ,.hufll) whl,.h uul. pyramid-shaped like the monument rased her nclg'un thrift; her husband, which 'supports the- Lion of Waterloo, 8he h.ld ,.,. ,,. f ,ho(ie f,uv,.rt only emphasize the surrounding wane; u, mar,.h wlth tht, Germans and she the purple luster of cabbage beds and was left alone In a house Impossible .... . , ru , cMuiu.uun itci to ,iu e ii. Hut h erected corre spondents with cheerfulness und hos pitality. In fact, throughout desolate,! Pel- glum the havoc wrought has left little! bitterness or vituperation All Indication, poiut to preparations by Uresi-Britain to tbww an enormous msss of Russian troops lutu Franc directly acrvaa lbs Osrwiu Una I Hianectlon. Tbli new and practically unlimited tupply of men Is comlnji from Atvhsugel and Kkiterlus., pu tb Arctic coast of KussU, arouud tUa North :! of Norway and ,tbnee to ths Firth of Forth aud East Rutland word. From l.elth and Hull the Russians have a clear, straightaway railway run of It to (be Channel, and can be landed at Ostend. Calais. Havre, Cherbourg or wherever, lu fact, the Immediate xlgeuclei demand. For the handling of the ureal army which Russia can supply, the practically unlimited facilities of the Rritlsh trausport service are available. Archangel, which has suddenly sprung lutn proniluenc as a point of embarkation of the Russian troop. I distant from the North Cape not wore than forty eight houra' steaming for Fin land's fast transport ateaiuer. aud from North Cape, the run can be made to Lrlth by those aame vessels under moderate eteatuluB In about fifty hour. Five day from Archangel to I.eltb may be recanted as a fair sieamlnc rnn for Kngland's fast troop ships. Archangel la In direct railway connection with, Vologda to the aouth. The distance Is 31W mlle. From Vologda to Moscow la 3M mile, making a total distance1 from Moacow to Archangel of 7U0 tulles, or Jew by 2(W uillea than the dWtmice between New York ami Chicago, aud about the aame dlstauce be'weon I'arla and Berlin. The Archangel .railway U one of the great military mraiegte roada of Kuw!a. It la the knowledge tant the Itiisslaus are coming that baa apurred the aillea, doubtleas. to malntalu an unbroken line behind which the relnforvemeuls, or which Lord Kitchener baa hinted but never spoken, may coma up; a relnferveiuent which way b retarded aa unlimited In numbers so long as England's navy ins lu talus command of the sea and through It cau assure an open road from Archangel. fields look as o,ut yf place as hot beds In i morgue. Inhabitant Have lied. The impression la not to be given, however, that the greater part of !l glum, or even the sections over which the German, have parsed has ben j GERMANS SAY 'ENGLAND audio, , in nip DUUUlll IIIKIM I REVOLUTIOH III i BUSINESS CAUSED : ovrimnnrmimiiD u LunurLH a nn of the Inhabitants that haa given the country its chief apearance of deso lntlo. In hay' fields mowing ma chines and- carta arc to be found In the exact pdsit!on In which they were left by fanners' In the midst of a day's work, with the prints of hoofs show ing where the;, horses had been led away by Germah soldiers. On the road from Solre-sur-Siimber mrougn wmwnrrrWTr.wi. ChrisTopm-J-to Beaumont, along .which the French were driven In headlong flight after two days' artillery engagement, Au gust 24,, 23, the.compleU evacuation of the inhabitant left a senao of dreariness and utter depression which choked one like a nightmare. Not a , IVr-on Visible. Doors of Jiouces still remained op en, cattle bellowed from deaerted barns and half finished glasses of weak Belgian cognac marked places where groups had gathered and hasti ly disappeared. In this area not a hu man soul moved or breathed. It wns like the uncurthing of an ancient city like Pompoil stricken In the midst of ltn daily occupations wlh"t a x?" of Impending catastrophe. In a houHe a neglected canary pick ed at the bars of Its cage and a Bel gian shepherd dog solemnly guarded the door, Along the road on each side Vrench trenches at intervals of only a few hundred yards marked the French retreat. In the midst of the debris I picked up a short blue coat belonging to a sergeant of the Eigh teenth French Zouaves. Under It was a half plckej thicken, which the offi cer was apparently preparing to cook. There was also a spilled knapsack Iose' at hand with a razor and toilet articles on the ground and pinned un der on empty ehampagne bottle the Interrupted letter of a French soldier. This read: r Interrupted I-elle. j "We are being slowly forced back by the Germans who are coming like a torrent. Through some blunder of our , commander we have been separated from lancer and cuirassiers. Butwe make a last stand and " j On the boundary line between! France and Belgium lay the body of a French dragoon, clad In the resplen dent uniform coat striped with gold braid and flaring red' trousers. He had fallen Into a , jhalf dug trench, towurd the foot ofVI towering stone rnonu-1 ment which, marked the frontier of his country, , , ! In other Tfglpos where the Germans i had passes without resistance, the ! peasants stiM pursued their dally daily chores a in times of peace. But FOMENTED THE WAR London, Sept, 21 (10:35 p. m.) ! The following official statement Issued I In Berlin wus received here tonight j by the Marconi Wireless Telegraph company: "The North German Gazette, jthe official oiiiiin of the German wvcrtt ment, commenting on the , recent speech from the throne by King George, says: ' "If the KritiMh government had made every possible effort for the maintenance of the peace of the world, that peace would undoubtedly have been preserved. The Germun em peror made such efforts with the em peror of Uusmla and the king of England op to the last moments, but Economic Effects of Struggle . Unequalled in All World's History, According to Statisticians, ?v (.iMoebited Trraa ( rnM,drare.) New York, 8cpt. 21. The economic ffecta f the war in Europe already huve amounted to what commercial j statisticians here believe is the most; revolutionary dislocation of interna-! tlonal trade in all the yorld's history. itoughly speaking there already Inn j been more than a month's Interruption of an exchange of products whose vu lue in normal times amounts to sixteen billion dollars a year the to tnl being derived from the seven 'tall-. Hons of dollars in exports and nlno (these efforts did not meet with any billionsi of dollars in Imports which success. "We know today from a report submitted by the llelgliin umliassador In l'ctrogrnd to his government on July 30, that lluiwia attacked us he cause she had received the positive uKsuranco of the British government that England would tuke part in a war against Germany.", H MM STUCK ON REE 1ST MODMINa JOURNAL 1MCIL Wll Ntka, Alaska. Sept. 21. The United States cruiser Buffalo picked up an "SOS" call today from the United States revenue cutter Tahoma, which is fart on 0 reef and In serious dan ger, ninety miles west of Kiska is land of the Aleutian chain. The Ta homa has nine officers and sixty-three men aboard. The distress call from the Tahoma was heard by the Jap anese liner Tacoina -Rluru and th.i steamer Senator and both started to her uid. They rhould reach her soon, as the Japanese nokscI left Seattle September 15, bound for Hong Kong, and passes near Klska Islands, and the Senator, bound for Nome, left Se attle September 12, . Early today the coast survey steam .... n.,tt.1rur.n ttin revetiuo cutter It was the women and children who, fieU w,r(,(s, ,nrK,;iK,.B that they Horn uwura if tha lillL'Ilt of the Tu- DANGER SERIOUS have been recently reported as the annual business done In this lino by five of the nine nations now at war. There has not been a complete sus pension of this trade In the case of F,nKlnnd, whoso industrial production and shipping go on notwithstanding the war. nor in the case of France, whose shipping is largely free but whose limlo industrial workers are nearly all on the battlefields, but th'j tie-up is practically complete as re gards Germany, Austria and Belgium, The extent' to which Russian trade, carried on largely with Asia, Is affect ed Is not definitely known, but it has I ern considerably decreased. I ;ni)iiii(iiis HusinoM Done. The business which the countries at war (excepting Julian, Scrvia and Russia) have been doing annually In exports und Import Is roughly summed up in the following table; Country. Exports. Imports. uid the farm work. Borne of these women comptHiueo-' that their hus hands had been taken by the, Ger mans as hostages to prevent sniping 'rom the houses and had never re turned. Women who kept small es tablishments along the Bclgiap coun trysides, were In the peculiar circum siance of having lost the contents of their wine cellars and having ac quired tidy sums of German coin, hkh they could not use, Itesigned to Conditions. As a consequence those who fol lowed the German advance through Belgium found provisions and wine at a great premium, and very greatly de preciated German currency which the natives were doing their best to di l0e of. But with a few exception they bore their misfortunes with a resignation that was half stolid and half philosophy. One woman showed a wrecked wine cellar, where German soldiers had first dined und then slept, a kitchen Germany t2,131,iit)0,00 Austria.. 6.' 0,000,000 1.2so.oon,noo 753,000.000 Fiance. Belgium ( ! ren t Britain 12,641, 000,000 722,000,000 1,534,000,000 8!l,000,000 2,371,000,000 3,624.000,000 noma. The Bear was about to leave Nome to go to the hid of the Karluk relief steamer Coi'win, aground off Cape Douglass, between Nome and Teller. The Tahoma sailed from Se attle May 1 last and baa heen cruis ing in Bering sea. The cruiaer Buffalo, which received tho first call from the Tahoma, has been engaged in making repairs at the government wireless stations in Alaska. Kiska Island is one of the Bat' Is land group of the western Aleutians. "' . ' Are Von subject to Bilious Attacks Totals J7.085, 000,000 $9,323,000,000 Germany's annual exports to the western hemisphere have amounted to about $S 1,000,000 a year. Germany bought from the United States in the fiscal year of 1913 goods to the value -of over $331,000,000 and sold to her goods to the value of near ly II N!, 000,(100. She shipped to the United States lust year chemicals Including coal tar preparations, allaurln, , anilune ss Its, Indigo, potash, quinine and other drugs to the value of $21,7B0, 000; $11, 00Q,0li0 of cotton goods; one JHjHion. tsss. C? pcts.sfc RUU; &0 mil- Hon pounds of wood pulp; S3 million pounds of palm and palm-kernel oil, $8,000,000 worth of toys; $ million pounds of rice flour;, 7 million pounds of crude coacoa and Immense quaiill tities of cutlery, anti-friction balls, gloves, silks, paper goods and clover and sugar-beet seed. (Germany's Varied i:Mirt. ' Among the article which Germany has been exporting in large quantities 10 South America, Central America, Mexico und Canada are: Cement, coke, blasting caps and detonators, primers, blasting fusel cartridges, fire arms, chemPal and haberdashery, leather for shoes, calf and sheep leather, patent leather, boots and shoes, leather goods, rub tier goods, wtapplng pupcr, pi lot lux paper, paper goods, stationery, tiles and porcelain ware, glnst and glass ware, Jewelry and gold and sliver plate, manufactures of gold and silver, cast iron manufactures, kitchen uten sils, huthtuhs, stoves, ranges and lit liters, malleable Iron goods, bur and hoop Iron, iron and steel sheets. Iron ml steel wire, Iron and steel pipes, tuU-s and couplings, rails, railway supplies, switches, wheels and axles, milk cans, steel .cylinders and other manufactures of iron and steel slice's and plates, Irou and steel tools, steam boilers and gas engines, steam and gas fixtures, cutlery, Industrial ma chinery, wire rope, barbed wire, wo ven wire, netting and springs, iron building material, printing machinery, ty pe and supplies, copper wire , and iron and copper Mire combined, list ings of copper and' brass, inanufiie (urcs of copper ami other alloys, electro-technical wlrc,)ocoinotivc8, steam motors and tractors, water-car motors and turbine machinery, engines aud motors of ail kinds, dynamos and electrlcul machinery, seylng niuchlnos and parts, metal working and wood working machinery, agricultural ma chinery, flour mill and saw machinery pumps and exbuuatiiig machinery, blowing, ventilating, and crushing ma chinery,, electrical apparatus, electrl cul supplies, electrical fixtures, Insu lutlng pipe, automobiles and truck motors, vehicles, carriages and wag ons, clocks, Wiiti lies and their parts, piunns and their parts, tojs und their parts, nuinulai lured wax, ruodlcs und soap. Monopoly lu Many Lines. There are celtuln articles of coin inert e In which Germany holds u virtual monopoly. She producs practically the world's entire supply of potash, so largely used In making fertilisers, Thern is plenty ot potash all over thn world. It eMnls in the lorm of sillcules of potassium every where in (be earth's crust. Bui Ger many has a monopoly of the potash trude by reason of the fuct that the immense deposits at .Stiassfui t un readily soluble in water and easily amenuble to chciniiml iiperutlons. This condition has not: so far been found to exist unywhere else. Cyanide, so largely used in the re covery of gold, has hitherto been al most exclusively supplied from tier many, v . , At the present lime Amerlcu Is pro ducing about 20 per cent of the col ors und dye-stuffs which she use. The rest have been coming largely from (lermuny, which exercises u intiitiipoly In certain of the so-culled cuui-tur products. Owing to the lng start she gut In this brunch of indus try, to the skill of her chemists and tho protection of hc patents, Uer muny bus been supplying the world with dyes. Many of the chemical products with the exception of those. concernd In the manufacture of .a few shades of color can be made In this country, and one or two firms have already begun to ixtend their op erations In this direction. synthetic ludlgo. Sumo years ago the Genu, ins, after many years of experimentation uitd the expenditure ot millions of dollars, succeeded lu making synthetic indigo, and they made It so cheaply and with audi practical adaptation to commer cial use, ihnl they entirely killed the n.itural Indigo trade and secured it monopoly of the Indltto market Their patents covering this prodtii t will continue to protect them for some years to come. Snthctic Indigo, therefore, cuuniit at present be pro duced In this country und manufac turers will probably have to revel t to the use of vegetable dyes so fur as in digo is concerned. Other chemical products, such as return chemicals used lu pliotog rupby und certuln drugs used In me dicinal picpaiatiuns, which have hitherto been Imported principally from Gi rtnany, can also be tnmuifiu--lured here. The overpowering com petition which German Interests and the curtel system have In the past been able to bring to hear is the only thing that has prevented the develop ment of these and other chcudcul fields in America, No Fui titer Steps Aio to Doj Taken Now Towuid Getting Belli;-:eients to Aioc to Ai-I bitiate Diffeiences, , ISf MU.MI -OU"M4V SCCIAW mn Washington, Sept. ill Whi'e I'ml. d lit Wilson told his calleis l"d i tliat lie -:ih "prayerfully woiklug ( peace tn Kurope," It is known tli.it lor the present he will take lio luitlut steps llher to sound the ielMner ut r otheiwlw preas the ofier of Hi" A lucre .in g.A ei ii uu m to nictitate. The prvflib nt indttuti'd the! l" was study ing the lust method und most oppoi Uine iliiw (or the United States to ex- jell its liilluence for a cessation vf the lOIIIlK i, The tic Herat view umuiig udiiiliin tratloii officials is lh.it nolle of the lt.,1 ! 1l-,.i iil, lu r..,-.-l,ti li. el 1,1 II jnugKestiuu of peace terms und with .i feeilna of resignation the pivares luf the opIkiMiiii unities is ;iaild. I The officials of the state delnirt- imcnt ure atismlud in thn question (if neutrality. Their luiois will be let issued, luiwewr. thiotigU the an limuiu emeiit of definite rules govern- jinil inerch.iiit ships written by Unbelt Lansing, acting secretin y o( state and lMUc, yesterday. Thu rules represent I ailvsmed stand on the pan of a neutial ttovvtiiiiiciil and ere i xpet t d to serc ils all Important piec'deiit In Intel natii nut law . Jules Jusseraiid. the tiench am bassador, formally tliincrcd the pro test of bis government i.guliisl the burning of tlui cuthedrat at Bin tins, ) The ambassador spoke with leeliin? jas lie explained the less of the til i thedr.it j toul( lisle mldcd It. J The Imlliliim wus so Lute, so iii- oshiiI, be said, that It could in't be mirscd If slnioti at and loomed so high I that without difficulty the tleiman 'could have avoided billing p. i We l-'rench feel very strongly its loss. It would be tho same us If one of your most precious tiuildluss weie destroyed. j oooooooooooooooooooooooooaj i Use "Gets-It," Corns 1 - Shrivel, Vanish 1 i , It's the New s, mid You'll loicl I Vu I cr lluil torus. "2 drops put on In t sccmids, coin shrivels, loioes clean oil"" That's tho niiirveliiiis story of "i tKTH-IT," the iiew-pliiti nun cure. Nulbitig cm be kimpler fur the cure ot coins No Cotm la 1mm P.m. II iVutt ti. r U.T5 IT. i' stl III mi and It never tails. That's whv loll linns of people ale uslli4 " 1 Ki'S-I t " linl.iv. and throwing away their tua- pl.iiiteis, sticky l.i tue culms .ihes. und ''wrapping outfits" that niiike a bundle moHid Die tne and i Imke it Into p.uu by pressing littler on or around the colli. There is until to i.i iik to onr Mm kin-;, nothing to i.i in,- nit la in unit lull or l.iwuess, nuthtnn to pi ess on or around tho i urn. Von apply It In $ seconds .V more Muxes. i,i,o, m Insuis or lib s, with their bhioiL poison Uutigers. Try 'UKTH -IT" fur that colli, callus, wart or iiuiileu. 'G Ki'S li"' is sold by druggists every while. 2 Tie n bottle, ol' sent di rect by K. l aw rem e A Co., Chicago. . HEADACHES TSomsmts of Bu n dI waoira tufltr Iroal krttisiSes svety U.y, ulh.r Hu.u.nii. !( hi ii tin ii Wees Ot tvtt? lunuth, tint .wd oiliris tav bt'Silsetie oivun.lt,. but not at regular lutvrtsls, Ttivbesl lsnu,n ihu uuahsi lo Hist Ilia cum ol laauf ul Ui, tu hi-aiUiSr.a and lu mtHit oilier t'Mri, mining lh i iuh. ha tlisa uul know wbtt Hill l mov. II. u a. H a Mviiuaiwul cure. All he can lie Is t i ieai nba Itis u.ual kalu rvlievcM, wim h iy teuiaiaif inui. bil the brailaetoa tvturua aauMial. au4 Ileal intiiil Is bksiu noiuiaaatr. it f uUMiSi-r louii bi aiUi Si-s. no ui.iu f what iheir tiattoa, Ink Autl kaniuls I'.l.leU. and pit tvaultt will tar alio laetotf lu lli hie heal degivv. V"U (an oliiaiq liii'iu at all (lriiiiaiw In any uuiuinr. luo atoilu. K.M wuKU ot uiuia. Aak lul A li il,l la. SICK-UEADACHES Sick b-adacha, ths moal KberaMe ol til slrt ttfHta, Ium-s lu Itrrera wiiro A k l .liiia ai Uki ii.l YVtii'U sou leel au altai Cuiniiif on, lake two lal.li U, aud In mans ei a, ths aUa K Will w a riled oil. luting tn auaek laks una A K Talilet every wo hour. Thn real aud emu. luti wuivli lulluw, cau 1st elftauusl lu ut etii f. , Caasuaa A-K TatUli Aa K smmoS, gram. At mlt araula, BUY YOUR Lumber. Glass, Paints end Cement AT THE' SUPERIOR LUMBER & HILL CO. r o oooooooooooooooooooooooooo i t Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON for Picture Frames . I'uiirtli Kt. mid t oppiT Ave. SI Hilda id Oil Suit Dismissed. Jersey City. N. J . ii'l- IL The in in mxii pleas court dismissed today Ihe complaint wade last July charging the Htandard ftll cotnpany of monop oly In gasoline by under sr-lling Its competitors und by making different relling prices at different stations. 1 E TEA DANDY 10 DARKEN HAIR 's Grandmother's Recife to Biing Back Color and Lustre to Hair, You can turn gray, faded hair beau tifully dark and lustrous almost over uinlil II' you'll get a Mi-cent bottle of "Wyeth's Huge and Hulphur Com pound" at any drug store. Millions of bottles of this old, famous bugu Ten lieclne ure sold annually, says u well known druggist here, because It dark ens the biiir so nulur.illy and evenly that no one isn tell it has been applied. Those whose hair Is turning gray. becoming faded, dry, scrsgsly and thin have u surpriso uwaiting them, because after one or two applications the gray hair vanishes and your locks become luxuriantly dark and beauti ful all dandruff goes, sculp itching and tailing hair stops. This Is the use. of youth. uray- hatred, unattractive folks men t wind ed around, so get busy with Wyeth's yno and Hulphur to-night und you'll be delighted with your dark, handsome hair and your youthful appearance within a few days. BISBEE MAN TELLS HOW HE WAS RELIEVED OF STOMACH DISORDERS F, Biiclito isavs Mayr's Wonderful Muinaiii Iti-incdy l.uibii Ills Troubles. C, C BuehtB of Blsbee, Aria., was sufferer from serious stomach dis orders for a long lime. He took Mayr's Wonderful Htmiiai h remedy. He found swift relief. In th course of a correspondence, which followed, he wrote: "Your letter received urging me to use another course of the medicine, ti-hl.-h I ,'rtaiillv wrtul.l Lit, Ihe pharmaceutical !treatmpnt h!ch I took has' done li THE GREAT MAJESTIC WALKING CAKE persons who are su'bje.-t to ''bilious; preparations, velvet, plush and partly jyo t.ai,n,d f,.r U. un, as far as my attacks will be Interested in the expe rience of Mrs. I-oulse wiunue. rr.. fort N Y, "About five years ago 1 suffered a great deal from Indiges tion and biliousness." she svs I ne .. .awine- rhsiiiherlsin's Tablets and they relieved me nt once.' bv all dealers. Kr ssle silk material, trimmings and edgings, , stomach yarn, carpets and rugs, woolen piece goods, clothing material, eottou thread, cotton tissues, cotton piece goods, socks and stockings, under clothing, gloves, lace tissue, felt w omen's and children's col ton goods, ach Remedy has a wonderful record. The first dose will convince no lung treatment M.o r Wonderful stomach Remedy clears the digejiive. trait at mucoid accretions ami removes poisonous i mailer. It brings swift relief to suf ferers from stomai h. liver and bowel ailments. .Uiiy declare that it has saved them (rum d.vngeruus upera- ti,.nd an, I mri,- aru kiirw IIulI 11 h.ia I - - - Miti d their lives. f We want Mil people w tioi have j chronic stomach troub or coiistipi-j liuii, no matter of how loan siundiua. j to try one dose of iUyr's Wonderful! trouble, is concerned I am ifclumai h Remedy oue dose -will con-; entirely cured and hope to stay cured, ivince you. This ts (tie medicine o ; nn rei.omiiieniliiig the medicine taliiisn1 of our peeple have ten Hktuj ull mu fiiiul. Hflll t .nv af-iWitll Sl.l Ul' Ifcl l.g rexUilS. 'file IIIOSl thoro'igh sysiem cl-urc'er ever suld. fllcted." Letters like that have cuiiih from :Alvr'a Wonderful Stomal la Remedy t thousands of Dnople in all narts uf inow sold bl' Butt's. Inc.. druuxon and the country. Mayr's Wonderful Worn-'drugaiswi tu t) where. and j Lis "Like Truth Crushed to Earth Will Rise Again" Tuesday, September 22 This wiiinlerful cake will Ik takat in a MAJESTIC 'KANT.K AIRTICUT OVK-V at vur slum in the iimriiin tt" the ahove nuiitiuned date, ami at about 3:3'. in the afternoon 25 latlie vvill stand on tno Jauks 1J feet long placed on the cake, and crush it Hat. It will then me to its natural height about 5 minutes aftervards, then be cut and served to all restiit. Thiy is a fine layer cake 0 inches hi.h, by 17 inches by V) inclit's. jelly between each layer, and icing on top. The iniiicinat ingredient to this cake is the fact that it is baked in an airtight oven. AU MAJESTIC KAXCE ovens are jjerfectly airtight. HOT COFFEE and BISCUITS served every day durinir DEMONSTRATION WEEK, SEPTEMBER 21st TO 26th ANo remember the factory will give you ABSOLUTELY FREE one set of ware well worth $H.(X with your order for a Ma jestic Range given during dcmon.-itratJun week. Come in any day, you are welcome WHITNEY COiMPANY 115 1 17 South First Street-