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After the Grip !
—What?—, Did it leave you weak, low la spirits and vitality? Influenza Is a catarrhal disease, and after you re cover from the acute stage much of the catarrh is left. This and your weakness invite further attacks. The Tonic Needed is Pertraa. First, because it will assist in build* ins up your strength, reinvigorating your ’lgestion and quickening all functions. Second, because it aids in overcoming the catarrhal condi tions, helping dispel the inflamma tion,giving the membranesan oppor tunny to penorm their functions. Thousands have answered the quee tion after grip by the i proper use 6f this great tonic treatment. You may profit by their ex perience. Liquid or tablet form —both eale and eatia factory. THE PERUNA CO. Calmbu, Okie Getting Off. “I see General Ludendorff hns re signed.” “Yep. Tlie ruts always quit a sinking ship.” You May Try Cutlcura Free Rend today for free samples of Cutl cura Soap nnd Ointment and learn how qnlckly they relieve Itching, akin and scalp troubles. For free samples, uddress, “Cutlcura, Dept. 5, Boston.” At druggists and by mail. Soap 25, Ointment 25 and 50.—Adv. Yankee prisoners of war are Intro ducing baseball In Germany. Germany’s tobacco supply Is prac tically exhausted. HOW TO FIGHT SPANISH INFLUENZA By DU. L. W. BOWKItS. Avoid crowds, coughs nnd cowards, •mt fear neither germs nor Germans! Keep the system In good order, take plenty of exercise In the fresh air and practice cleanliness. Remember a clean mouth, a clean skin, and clean bowels are a protecting uruiour against dlseuse. To keep the liver and bowels regular und to curry away the poisons within, It Is best to take a vegetable pill every other day, made up of May-upple, aloes. Jalap, and sugar-coated, to be had at most drug stores, known as Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. If there Is a sudden onset Bf what uppears like u hard cold, one should go to tied, wrup warm, take I a hot musturd foot-bath and drink cupl- | ously of hot lemonade. If pain develops In head or buck, usk the druggist for Anurlc (nntl-urlc) tablets. These will flash the bladder and kidneys and carry i off poisonous germs. To control the pains nnd aches take one Anurlc tablet ; every two hours, with frequent drink* i of lemonade. The pneumonia appears 1 In a most treacherous way, when the I Influenza victim la apparently recover- ' log nnd anxious to leave hls lied. In re covering from a bad attack of Influenza ! or pneumonia the system should be built up with a gistd herbal tonic, such as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov ery, made without alcohol from the root* nnd barks of American forest trees, or bis Irontie (Iron tonic) tablets, which can be obtained at most drug j store*, or *end 10c. to Dr. Pierce’s Inva- I lids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y„ for trial package. Influenza and kindred diseases start withacold. Don’t trifle with it. At the first shiver or sneeze, take Standard cold remedy for 20 more—In tablet form—tife, aura, no opiate#—break* up i cold In 24 hours—relieves grip in 3 days. Money beck if it fails. The femdoe bos has s Red top with Mr. Hill's picture. At All Dru* Stores. Persistent Coughs •re danjrerou*. Get prompt relief from Pieo’e. Stop* irritation; *ootblfl(. Effective u>4 (afe for young anil old. No opiate* in PISO’S oue l*le <>n the left bank of the Rhine thut passes Into control of the allies by the terms of the armistice. 2 View of the harbor of Helgoland, the fortified Island which the mutinous sailors of the Ger man fleet seised. 3—John D. Rockefeller, Jr., opening the United War Work campaign with the aid of an elephant. NEWS REVIEW OF CURRENT EVENTS Central Europe in a Turmoil ot Revolution, With the Social ists on Top. RULERS ABANDON THRONES Germany’s Plea for Food Will Be Granted by Allies—Mutiny of Fleet May Hamper Armistice—Pre dictions a6 to the Peace Conference. By EDWARD W. PICKARD. Fulling thrones uml fleeing kings and princes; u maelstrom of social revolu tion anil military mutiny ; soviets of the workers mid soldiers In control, mid former autocrats In hiding. That In brief Is the condition In cen tral Kurope, following the cessation of hostilities. How It will nil end not the wisest statesmen cau conjecture. Quick work by level-headed leaders nicy direct aright the great nioventVnt and bring out of the chaos orderly and tlrmlj grounded governments of and for the people. At present It seems that a favorite Jest has become a sober fact and that the big tusk now is to make democracy safe for the world. In Hermany the Socialists are estab lishing themselves under the leadership of their chancellor. Friedrich Ebert, a brainy and highly esteemed man. The several factions of the party appear to lie working in some harmony, and the bolshevik!, though yet In the de cided minority, have been given recog nition which is encouraging them to demand more. In Berlin, where the Herman republic was proclaimed, there lias been Intermittent fighting between the revolutionists and some officers and troops that remained loyal to the old i order, and in some other cities there were conflicts! but on the whole the change has been accomplished with re markably little violence. The leaders occupy the relebstag building In Berlin and are striving to put the itfTnlrs of In the allied countries there was a shrewd suspicion that the revolution was being fostered anti directed under cover hy the lenders of the old govern tuent in the hope that through It they might he spared some of the rigors of the pence settlement. Such. too. «nt the explanation of the establishment of « republic In Rnvnrln. and In Schles wig-Holstein, which states now say they will heroine parts of the new tier man republic. The man In the street and most of the newspapers, ill America. Rngland and France, did not at first look kindly on lV*rtor Solf's appeal to President Wilson that the allies take steps to save the people of Germany from star- j vatlon. H savored of Impudence. com- i lug from a representative of the pen- ! pie who starved Belgium. Serbia, I’o- j land and Rournnnin without a qualm of conscience. But the allied govern- j inents have looked at the matter In a different light, and. probably wisely, have determined to supply to the (ier 11111 us such food ns <*»iii he spared, not only for humanity** *nke hut on the j theory that order can t*e more quickly and easily restored among a well-fed people. If the excesses of the starving Russians were repeated In tiermany It might he difficult to carry out the terms of tin armistice. The feeding of hungry Germany, heconie* a cominon setise business proposition. Herbert O. Hoover already has sailed for IOurope to direct the distribution of food. The Socialists In control, though walling lit the "terrible harshness" of the armistice terms, declare they will do all they cun to obey them. On land this will not tie so hard, hut the naval situation has been complicated by the seizure of most of tile German fleet and of the fortlflisl Island of Helgoland by revolting sailors. These men saw, In llie surrender and dismantling of the war vessels, the end of their livelihood, so they took possession of the ships and sailed from some of the ports. Their future plan 'of action, If they have any, Is misty. When the allies are given possession of the land bat teries the warships ran be driven to sea, and there they can tie dealt with by the allied fleet. The abdication of the kaiser, the em peror of Austria and the rulers of mi nor states in central Europe, while doubtless of absorbing Interest to them selves, cannot be considered of great moment amid all the tremendous events that are taking place. These monarchs were but symbols of the or der that is passing, and even the kaiser already had lost most of his power. He, as William Hohenzollern. is now interned at tlie residence of his friend. Count Bentlnck, in Holland. Abdica tion was forced on him, but in fleslng from his country he showed the yellow streak. Compare his course with the really dignified exit of that other seek er ufter world domination. Napoleor The Dutch government pretended to be surprised and disconcerted by the arrival of William, but in reality it knew he was coming and nrrnnged for the event. There is a reisirt that (he former kaiser will eventually take up his residence in his palace on the island of Corfu. This presupposes that tlie allies will not take possession of his person and put him on trial for Ids monstrous crimes against civiliza tion. The Germans themselves might decide to do this, for there is on In sistent demand among them that such war leaders as Admiral von Tlrpitz, Major General Keltn, Admiral von HoltzendorfT and Dr. Wolfgang Knapp lie arrested and tried. Hlndenhurg and others of the army commanders have sought to evade such fate by sub mitting to the rule of the soldiers' councils. The former empress of Germany Is said to lie ill in Potsdam, and there are all kinds of rumors about the ex crown prince. Probably few care whether or not he lias been killed. 'Charles of Austria by abandoning his throne dodges the great task of i straightening out file affairs of the j countries that comprised his realm, j This will devolve on the peace confer ence. and doubtless will not be settled without many disputes over conflicting claims and aspirations. As was fore- j seen, tlie German part of Austria has elected to become a part of the new German state. There was greut rejoicing along the entire front in France and Belgium when the news spread of the signing of tlie armistice. Allies and German* alike cheered tile announcement and at once emerged from their trenches anil threw aside the caution to which long years of warfare laid accustomed them. Tlie retrograde movement of tlie Huns was accelerated In obedience to tlie terms of the armistice hut for several days the allied armies did not follow them. Then began their own advance Into tlie regions the enemy had been forced to evacuate. On Thursday It was announced that the Americans had crossed the frontier toward Metz and Strnsshurg. and that on Sunday Marshal Koch, commander In chief of tlie allied armies, would make formal entry Into those cities of Lorraine and Alsace In the presence of President Poincare and Premier t'lemencenu. In Brussels and other cities the Ger man soldiers got out of hand and were reported to be burning and pillaging. The allies' high command at once warned the German high command that unless this violation of the arm istice terms were stopped the allies , would take drastic steps. -fc It Is generally agreed now that the 1 world peace conference will nibet some- ! where In Kurope. probably in Ver j sallies. Whether or not President Wil son will attend is not settled. It has j been suggested that he he present at 1 the opening and then return home to attend to the vastly Imimrtmit domes tic problems that must be solved. Pos sibly America's representatives at the peace hoard will include Secretary Iain sing. Colonel House, Kllhu Knot and Justice Louis Brnndels. The proceed ings of the conference are sure to he protracted, and well informed corre spondents are amusing themselves and their readers by speculating on the conclusions that It will reach. Briefly, they predict that Germany will he com pelled to restore Alsace-Lorraine to France; that Luxemburg will he united to Belgium 1 that Poland will receive large additions, including part of I’rus sin with an outlet to the sea, ant] pnrts of Austria ; that Serbia will get Bosnia and Herzegovina; that Italy will re eelve the Trentlno, Trieste and most of Dalmatia; that a plebiscite may be taken to determine the desires of the Croats and Slovenes; that Ukrainln may get part of Galicia: that England Is to have Mesopotamia and France will take Syria, and thnt Palestine will become an Independent state. Among the many difficult things to be settled are the conflicting claims of Italy, Serbia and Greece; the status of Hie Arabs and of Armenia; the dis position of Constantinople and the const of Asia Minor, and the reduction of Bulgaria to the weakest of the Balkan states. It is expected that the peace confer ence will open In the latter part of December, after the English parlia mentary elections, and already the representatives of all the small na tionalities with grievances are gather ing In Paris. Many of the questions. It is understood, will be settled In ad vance by the entente |»owers and the Vnited States. Turkey is awaiting In dread the rep aration demands of the allies. Al ready the allied fleet has passed through the Dardanelles and dropped anchor off Constantinople. The men now in control in Turkey have accused Talent Pasha, former grand vizier; Enver Pasha, former minister of war, and PJeinel Pasha, former minister of marine, of embezzlement and other crimes, and those worthies have fled from the capital. Before the ink was <lry nil the armi stice agreement America began turn ing to the problem of getting back to a peace footing. Its solution will require the best work of our wisest minds. Tlie demobilization of the immense army will he gradual, and the men will be returned to civil life In the order of their importance In peaceful pur suits uud with proper regard to the ability of Industries to absorb them. The National Association of Manufac tures gives assurance that every man will find awaiting him the place he left when he went into the service, and there is little doubt that there will be work for all. Innumerable projects that were suspended owing to the de mands or the war will be resumed ut once, anil the demand for labor on these public and private enterprises will be enormous. The department of war put a sud den stop to the sending of drafted men to the army camps and notified' men between the ages of thirty-two and forty-six to return tlrir questionnaires unfilled. Tlie men below twenty-one now in the cMtips may be retained there for a time, for the training and possibly to replace some of those who already have seen service in Kurope. As for the army on tlie other side. It Is likely to be there for a good many mouths yet, for there will be a big Job of policing to be done. The navy and marines still are taking recruits. Their part In enforcing the armistice and peace terms will be a considerable one. If present plans are carried out. — ha — Many of the regulations to which we have grown accustomed in the past year and a half are being abandoned. Tlie final administration has suspend ed the rule requiring tlie use of wheat substitutes in baking and has Increased the sugar ration in some states, but at the same time emphasizes the ne cessity for continued conservation of all staple foodstuffs. Deferred build ing projects amounting to many mil lions of dollars were released by Chair nuin Iturudi of the war Industries laiard, anil many Industrial restric tions were removed. — Ite — The government's contracts for war materials are not to be cancelled abruptly, so the contractors will have time for readjustment. The people of America Hre being kept awake to the fact that with the near approach of peace their financial responsibility due to the war has not censed. At the present time they are called on to raise a huge War Work fund to be expended by the seven or ganizations whose work Is by no means ended. Then, early next year, there probably will be a fifth Liberty loan, for the nation's expenditures duo di rectly to the war must be enormous for a long time to come. Most of what was raised in the pnst was spent bo*! fore It was received. ! UPSET STOMACH PAPE’S DIAPEP8IN AT ONCE ENDS 80URNE88, QAS, ACIDITY, INDIGESTION. Don’t stay upset I When meals don’t fit and you belch gas. acids and undi gested food. When you feel lumps of Indigestion pain, flatulence, heartburn or headache you can get Instant relief. No waiting! Pape’s Dlapepsln will put you on your feet. As soon as you eat one of these pleasant, harmless tablets all the Indigestion, gases, acid ity and stomach distress ends. Yoijr druggist sells them. Adv. Mistaken Kindliness. “Cyrus, all the hired man I had left, he’s down to the hospital In Paterson," says Uncle AbimelecU Bugardus of PreaknesSy N. J. “Cyrus, he had a tu» sle with our bull yearling. Had a pole In the critter's nose ring and was calm in’ him down, when he Utck the pol! out. Says the yearlln’, was snort Ik1 like it hurt him. “Guess he thought ' he'd grant 1 armstlce oh somethin'." Catarrh Cannot Be Cured by LOCAL, APPLICATIONS, as they eannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh Is a local disease, greatly Influ enced bv constitutional conditions. HALL’S CATARRH MEDICINE will cure catarrh It Is taken Internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. HALL’S CATARRH MEDICINE Is composed of some of the best tonics known, combined with some of the best blood purifiers. The perfect combination of the Ingredients In HALL’S CATARRH MEDICINE Is what produces such won derful results In catarrhal conditions. 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Often I would have to get up a do/en times at night to pnss the kidney seere iiuun, aim «. uc.y uurneu ni\t* mtr. jmr.y ii feet swelled, and 11 times tliev burled so that it seemed ( was standing on a hot stove 1 had spells of gasping for breath and dizzy spells, too, and my health failed rapidly. I was told that my working days were over, hut Doan's Kidney Pills w«ire hrought to by attention and before l .had used one box, 1 began to feel relieved. I kept on and by, the tijpe 1 hnd used ten boxes, I was absolutely cured. All pains left mv hack apd other syrap-' toms of kidney trouble dtsappoare'd and -I felt as well and strong as ever ” Subscribed and sworn to before W* this 7th day of July DAVID II SHAPIRO, Votary Public. Gat Doan’. at Any Store, eOcaBm Doan’s vKSy FOSTER-MILBURN CO.. BUFFALO, N.T. Cartel For Constipation Carter’s Little Liver Pills will set you right » over night. Purely Vegetable Small Pill. Small Do.e, Small Price Carter’s Iron Pills Will restore color to the faces of those who lack Iron In the blood, as most pale-faced people do. W N. U„ Salt Lake City, No. 47-1918. WEAK KIDNEYS MEAN A WEAK BODY When you’re fifty, your body begin* to creak a little at the hinge*. Motion i* more slow and deliberate. “Not so young as 1 used to be” is a frequent and unwel come thought. Certain bodily functions upon which good health and good spirits so much depend, are impaired. The weak spot is generally the bladder. Unpleasant symptoms show themselves. Painful and annoying complications in other organs arise. This is particularly true with el derly people. If you only know how, this trouble can be obviated. For over 200 years GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil has been relieving the in convenience and pain due to advancing years. It is a standard, old-time borne remedy, and needs no introduction. It is now put up in odorless, tasteless capsules. These are easier and more pleasant to take than the oil in bottles. Each capsule contains about one dose of five drops. lake them just like you would any pill, with a small swallow of water. They soak into the system and throw off the poisons which are making you old be fore your time. They will quickly relieve those stiffened joints, that backache, rheu matism, lumbago, sciatica, gall stones, gravel, “brick dust,” etc. They aro an effective remedy for all diseases of the bladder, kidney, liver, stomach and allied organs. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsulei cleanse the kidneys and purify the IJood. They frequently ward on attacks of the dangerous and fatal diseases of the kid neys. They have a beneficial effect, and often completely cure the diseases of the bodily organs, allied with the bladder and kidneys. If you are troubled with soreness across the loins or with “simple” aches and pains in the back take warning, it may lie the preliminary indications of some dreadful malady which can be warded off or cured if taken in time. Go to vour druggist today and get a bo* of GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules. Money refunded if thev do not help you. Three sizes. GOLD MEDAL are the pure, original imported Haarlem Oil Capsules Accept No Substitutes.—AUv. Kaiser's Last Rise. “The kaiser,” said Representative Bell of Georgia, “complains because the Americans use shotguns. Shot guns have a spread of 15 feet. In repulsing a charge they are deadlier than machine guns. So the kaiser holds that it is unchivnlrous to use them. “The baby-killing kaiser, the begin ner of poison gas war and liquid tlnnie war, is horrified that shotguns should be used against him. “Tlie kaiser has sunk so low that when lie dies lie’ll need u balloon to get to hell.” Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, that famous old remedy for infants and children, and see that it In Use for Over 30 Years. Children Cry for Fletcher’s Castoria Curious Thing. Spencer.Ludlow, the California pris on expert, said at a dinner in Los An geles : "I visited a large reformatory to day. Tile superintendent pointed out a certain ward, and he told me that a very queer tiling had happened to one of tlie occupants of that ward buck in 1i>10. “‘What happened to him?’ I said, anxiously. "The superintendent of tlie reforma tory gave me a solemn look. “He reformed,” said he. A grateful thought toward heaven Is of itself a prayer.—Lessing. 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