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Feel Achy All Over?
To ache all over In damp weath er, or after taking a cold. Isn't nat ural, and often Indicates kidney weakness. Uric add causes many Queer aches, the organs, acid down. Tired, dlssy, nervous people would do well to try Doan's Kidney Pills. They stimulate the kidneys to- activity and so help clear the blood of Irritating poisons. pains and disorders of Well kidneys keep uric An Idaho Case Mrs. Sarah E. Reed, Mountain Home, Ida ho, saya: "I had an at tack of kidney trouble and It grew serious In a abort time. The pain came on auddenly and my kldneya aeemed to give out, entirely. Doan'a Kidney Pilla acted on my kldneya at onoe them of all the pains and aches. I have had no sign of kidney trouble since." Get Deea's at Aay Stoa«, SOc a Ssa kidney PILLS POSnitMUURN CO- BUFFALO. M. Y. e, strengthening and ridding me DOAN'S Green's August Flower When the stomach and I her are In ■ood working order, In ninety-nine case* out ol every hundred general good health prevalla. Flower ha* Oreen'a Aurait *mi has a prove n ■ all over the world during the but fifty odd yean. It la a universal remedy for weak atomach, constipation and narv oua Indigestion. A dull headache, bad taste In the mouth In tho morning, or that "tired feeling" are naturo'a warn ings that something la wrong digestive apparatus. At ailch Green 's August Flower trill quickly correct tho difficulty and establish a normal condition. At all druggists' or dealers', 2fc and 71c botUae. blessing civilized In the times Green's August Flower "EOUQHon RATS' IS IT TOO MUCH ROUTINE? Writer Complains That Too Few Are Properly Familiar With the Pages of the Bible. Blble-qnotlng is all the more effec tive nowadays, as an Influence In Ut oratnre or oratory—at least when It Is pat and clever—for the fact that fewer people know the book than formerly. In spite of the Sunday schools and the In ternational Lessons, familiarity with the Bible Is becoming rarer. Boys and girls go to Sunday school all through their childhood and some how come out of It unable to quote a line from the Bible. And yet they are sufficiently familiar with It to be able to feel the force of a quotation or an Illustration, and the rare individual who knows his way through the pages of the book can easily catch their sym pathy. Why should almost universal instruc tion In the Bible result in a genera tion that does not know the book? Why should rote lessons on "Hamlet" and "The Tempest" make the same genera tion hate Shakespeare? Why does everything that Is "required" to go In at one ear and out at the other? Why are the set words of the wise as odious goads, as nails fastened by the masters of assemblies; While bread eaten In secret Is pleasant? Much study Is now, as In the days of Solomon, a weari ness of the flesh. It thwarts its own purpose.—Exchange. Privileged Claee. "Seers deal In futures, don't they?" "Yes, especially financiers."—Balti more American. & SPEED combined with good judgment counts in business now-a-days. Grape-Nuts FOOlt supplies balanced nourishment for sturdy muscles and active brains. There's a Reason" A® change in price, quality or size of pacKpge, (« MIS REM TEUTONIC ATTACK CONCENTRATED FIRE CUTS DOWN GERMANS WHO CHARGE AL LIED TRENCHE8. In Terrific Artillery Duel Rageo Champagne District—Berlin Saya Russian Allies in Roumanla Were Repulsed. London.—The Germans In the Mir aumont sector of the Ancre front In France have striven hard to regain the positions taken from them by the British on Saturday, but their at tempts were fruitless, according to the British war office. Attacking in waves, the Germans came under the concentrated fire of the British guns and were swept back trenches, suffering heavy casualties. At no place did the attacking forces reach the British line, and the Brit ish suffered no casualties. The Brit lsh captured *780 officers and men. Trench-raiding operations and artil lery duels still continue on various sectors of the front in France and Belgium. In Champagne, near Rl* pont, according to. Berlin, the French have actively shelled the Germans In the positions captured from French last week; but have been un able to launch Infantry attacks, ow ing to the terrific artillery reply of the Germans. Except for isolated attacks, the most violent of which, was delivered by the Russians against Teutonic al lied positions in the Oltuz valley In Roumanla and which Berlin says was repulsed, little fighting is In progress In the eastern theatre. Petrograd admits the entry of Ger mans into Russian trenches south of Dvinsk, but says later they were driv en ouL In the Carpathians a strong Austro-German work south of Okn* has been captured by the Russians. HA8 VILLA LEFT MEXICO? Reported That Bandit Leader Has Sailed for Japan. El Paso.—A report that Villa had gone In disguise to the west coast and taken a ship for Japan on a political mission, has been known to Carranza officers and officials here and In Ju arez for several days, Eduardo Sori ano Bravo, the Mexican consul here, said Sunday. to their the a Minister Killed by Madman. Atlanta, Ga.—Secreting himself In the home of his mother-in-law, where hla wife had been living since their separation, Claude Anderson, recently released from the state hospital for the Insane, shot and killed the Rev. Gaston E. Buford, fatally wounded Mrs, M. Zahn, his wife's mother, slightly wounded Mrs. W. J. Zahn and was himself killed by W. J. Zahn. Porto Rican Women May Vote. Washington.—In the opinion of many senators, an amendment to the Porto Rican citizenship bill tentative ly agreed to by the senate, would give women of the Island who become citi zens of the United States the right to vote. Storm Wrecks Airplanes. Columbus, N. M.—A severe wind storm Sunday wrecked three airplanes valued at $13,000 each and demol ished a newly built hangar In the camp of the First aero squadron here. One soldier was seriously Injured by flying debris. Radicals Want Intervention. Madrid.—Spanish neutrality the subject of animated discussion in the cortes Saturday night, when sev eral deputies, including Senors Rodes and Garcia, questioned the premier. Count dc Romanones, on the attitude of the government In the war. was Britain Buys Tea. London.—The government Is just now buying 50,000,000 pounds of tea, a year's supply for the army and navy. It constitutes one of the larg est tea purchases on record. - German Lossee. London.—Casualties in the German army, exclusive of colonial troops, re ported In the German casualty lists In the month of January, 1917, totaled 77,534 officers and men. Critical Period Coming. London.—The Earl of Derby, secre tary ot state for war, speaking at Bolton, expressed the opinion that the critical perjod of the war would oc cur in the next few months. Move to Stop Gossiping. Denver.—The state public utilities commission on Friday was asked to prevent women In southern Colorado from monopolizing rural telephone lines with neighborhood gossip. Seattle to Build Cunardere. Seattle.—Announcement was made Saturday that the Cunard line had let to the Seattle Construction & Dry dock company at Seattle the contraot tor six steel freight steamships at a figurq in excess of $6,000,000. Protects Gotham. New York.—A big steel net designed to protect the port of New York from hostile submarines and other war craft In the event of war was put in place at the entrance of the harbor Saturday. Steel Net >n , n .'IT£g your Ilf«. Make the occasion memorable with gift from our store. A piece of Jewelry, a watch, a dia mond—constant and lasting pleasure. Our modest prices make buying easy. BOYD PARK MAKERS OF JEWELRY sau lake cm 100 MAIN STRUT AMAZING IS VOGUE OF GOLF Many Americans Now Play Game Un known to Thom Twenty-FIvo Years Ago. Twenty-five years ago there was a* much golf played In the United States as there Is baseball played In the cen tral vlllagea of the FIJI islands. Which la to aay, practically none whatsoever, writes Grantland Rice In the New York Tribune. Yet facing 1917 there are 8,200 golf courses, covering more than 300,000 acres, Inhabited by something like 900, 000 players of both sexes, from twelva to eighty years of age. In the broad span of a sport no one can recall such a development as this In so short a time. The change from 1890 to 1917 Is al most beyond belief. No one knows earlier conditions better than Jack Clark, the well-known professional at the Madison Country club, Madison, Conn. "I'll never forget," he says, "when I brought my clubs from Scotland through the custom house In Boston back In May, 1890. The custom house officer flrst thought they were a pe culiar brand of walking stick. He In sisted they could be nothing else, and my Scotch brogue was too much to make him understand. My brother Bob and 1 laid ont a six-hole course at West Medford, Mass., and when we started playing the entire community laughed at ns. The kids in the next field were playing baseball, and they thought we were crazy. Bnt a few of them consented to try it out and Im mediately took up the game when they found'lt so much harder than It looked "The trouble In the early days," con tinued Clark, "was loaning golf balls and clubs. When we lost what few balls we had, we had to send back to Scot land for more, and wait six weeks, as we couldn't buy any over here. Hi never forget when I walked Into a'big sporting goods store In Boston In 1911. I told the salesman I wanted a golf club. *1 know what yon want,' he said, and soon returned with a shinny stick. *You call It golf over there,' be told me, 'but we call It shinny over here. And It was all I could do to make him understand the*two games were not the same." Learn to Use Both Hands. So far as many of the victims of, the war are concerned, It would cer tainly seem that ambidexterity would pave been a blessing, remarks the Medical Record. A man who can use both hands In his work Is much less helpless when he Is disabled than one who can use only his right hand. When a man has been here right arm and has to earn the question Is raised in the vocation al homes whether to fit him with an artificial hand and teach him to use this or tratn him In the use of his left hand. A great deal of success has been attained already In the training of disabled soldiers in the use of the left hand, and unless The objections brought against this can be sustained by more conclusive evidence than any that has yet been brought forward It would seem to be decidedly preferable In the majority of cases to train the left hand than to make the cripple de pendent upon an artificial hand. of hlfi living.' 3 Youth and Old Age. I have a theory that old age la In better touch with youth than middle age. The grandslres and grandames of all time are evidence. Through a beau tiful foresight of nature the old folk are living their young days over again in memory, and yet have lived long enough to see .hat f youth is full of Joyance r.nd age oi car the care Is a mat er of no «treat ccot t while the Joyance was the rich .eward of life.— Robert M Gay in the ' Lan tic. Why? Why does the sound of a bell cease When you touch it? Because sound Is due te waves In the air which strike the drum of the ear. When a bel) or gong Is struck It vibrates and produces waves la.the air that reach the ear. When you touch the bell the vibration Is stopped and there are no more sound waves. Many Birds Lost. Every spring the lights of the light houses along the coast lure to de struction myriads of birds en route from their winter homes In the South to their summer nesting places In the the North. Fruits Without Stones and Pita. Luther Burbank believes that pits, atones and seeds In fruits will be done nwa; with entirely lu the course of time. Nature developed these things for the purposes of propagation, but man usesycuttiugs and graftings and the necessity for them lias passed. No Subservience. "Do you believe In wives' being 1» dependent of their husbapds?" "Well, how on earth would they ever get the week's pay envelop« If they didn't show they were?" ««■ HUNT FOR BANDITS WOULD CROSS THE BORDER IN PURSUIT OP SLAYERS OP THREE AMERICANS. Leaders Expect to KaIm Force of Five Hundred Men and are Securing Arms and Ammunition for Expedition. El Paso, Texas.—The report Is cur rent here that the cattlemen in the Hachlta district of New Mexico Intend to form a punitive expedition of thedr own to cross Into Mexico and give chase to the bandits who murdered the throe American cowboys on the Corner ranch last week. It Is known that cattlemen have brought supplies of arms and ammunition here and shipped them to Hachitf, and that much bitter talk has been heard from them. Lem Splllsbury, the Mormon scout lately with General Pershing In Mex ico, was said to be organizing a posse of this kind after the discovery of the dead bodies of fats companions near Corner ranch, but according to report, gave up the Idea because he could not muster more than fifty men, and there arjs about 600 of Villa's followers In the neighboring part of Mexico. The rumor had It that cattlemen from all parts of the southwest were joining the expedition, which they expected to be Increased to about 600 men. 8TATE TROOPS RELIEVED. National Guardamen on Border to bo Sont Back Home. Washington.—Coincident with the reopening of the American embassy In Mexico, the big army of national guardsmen that was concentrated on the border on account of bandit ac tivities, will bo In process of dissolu tion. Orders were issued by the wai department on February 17 directng General Funston to begin the immedi ate demobilization of ull the guard units remaining In border camps, and it is expected that the last troop train will be on its way north by March 7. Big Bond Isaue Proposed. Washington.—Senator Weeks, Re publican of Massachusetts, has intro duced as a substitute for the admin istration revenue bill a measure to provide for Issuance of government 3% per cent Interest bearing bonds up to $760,000,000, of which $400,000 000 would be utilized for expenditures of national defense. Vienna Hopes for Peace. Vienna.—Despite the fact that some newspapers take a gloomy view of Austro-American relations and the situation brought about by the sev erance of relations between the Unit ed States and Germany, offleial circles In Vienna are Inclined to believe that the situation Is not entirely hopeless. France Profiting by Tax. Paris.—Indirect taxes and monop olies In France produced a revenue In January 109,000,000 francs larger than In the corresponding month last year and 36,600.000 francs that month of & normal year. more than In MISS KATHERINE HARDING :&*■ ■ : k; j - k ; ... ■ : ï Miss Katherine Harding, daughter of Col. Chester A. Harding, governor of the Panama Canal zone, and Mra Harding, it both beautiful and talent ed and shows promise of a aucceesful social career. Russia Faces Coal Famine. Vladivostok.—This city is facing a coal famine because of the great de mand for ships to carry ammunition. Under government order all hotels and public buildings are permitted to have only a limited supply of fuel. Defense Legislation Next. Washington.—With the end of the sixty-fourth congress hut two weeks off, administration leaders are concen trating their energies to the enact ment ot revenuq and national defense legislation. MMUM* SPEGML SESS ON PRESIDENT MAY BREAK PRE CEDENT OF MORE THAN A HUNDRED YEAR8. Would Avoid a Special Session of the Senate Unless an ExtrordInary 8esalon of the Whole Congreee la Necessary. Washington.—President Wilson Is considering breaking another pre cedent of more than a hundred gears' standing by not calling the custom ary special session of the senate Im mediately at the beginning of his new term. Inauguration arrangements, already much upset by the fact that March 4 falls on Sunday, may be further dis arranged by the abandonment of the special session, which in a measure would change entirely the method of ceremonies of inaugurating the vice president. The president's purpose, as under stood at the capitol. Is to avoid a special cession of the senate unless an extraordinary session of the whole congress Is necessary at the same time. The senate called in special session, as Is the custom, to confirm appointments of cabinet members and others, would be powerless to legislate to any purpose alone, hut there would be nothing to prevent the body from remaining In session as long as It pleased, and discussing any subject It chose. The understanding at the capitol is that euch a situ ation wag to be avoided if possible. Abandonment of the special session would do away with the usual cere mony of inaugurating the vice-pres ident in the senate chamber In the presence of both houses of congress, the diplomatic corps, the supreme court and other dignitaries. It would eliminate exactly one-half of the of ficial ceremony of inauguration day. AU8TRIA MUST AN8WER. American Ambaeeador Demande In formation ae to Her Attitude. Lôndon. —Frederic C. Penfleld, Am erican ambassador at Vienna, Is _sald by Reuter's Amsterdam correspond ent to have delivered to the Austro Hungarian foreign minister an aide memoire requesting clear and final In formation as to what standpoint the Austro-Hungarian government has as sumed regarding submarine warfare and whether the assurances given on the occasion of the Ancona and Persia Incidents are to be regarded as -changed or withdrawn. The foreign ministry, the dispatch says, will submit the aide memoire to a thorough examination and then make a reply. WOMEN MOB PEDDLERS. High Food Prices Lead to Rioting In New York. New York. — Following many clashes between the police and wo men food rioters at the city hall and In oongested tenement districts Tues day, Joseph Hartigan, commissioner of weights and measures, announced that he was doing everything in his .power to stimulate the flow of food stuffs Into this city from all parts of the country. So desperate have the women In some parts of the city become, It is said, that hundreds of food peddlers have locked their push carts in sta bles and suspended business. A num ber of these dealers who ventured opt on the upper East Side Tuesday were set upon by a mob of house wives when it was found they were selling onions at 16 cents per pound and potatoes at 9 and 10 cents per pound. The peddlers were driven from the streets into hallways of tene ments, where the women tore their clothing and scratched their faces. Meantime the push carts were demol ished and their contents strewn about the streets. Dewey's Estate $255,000. Washington.—Admiral Dewey's es tate was valued at $255,000 In a peti tion for letters of administration filed by his widow and son, the later re nouncing claims to executorship and moving that the widow be appointed administratrix. Fifteen Hundred Killed. Berlin.—It is reported from Copen hagen, says the Overseas igency, that 1,500 persons were killed ind 3,000 wounded in an explosion of immunltion at Archangel, Russia, rhe damage is placed at 50,000,000 -übles. News Would Renounce Reserve. Washington.—Senator Reed Smoot aas introduced a bill to change the ume ofHKte Mukuntuweap national monument in the state of Utah to Uttle Zion national park. Swedes Resent Attack. Stockholm.—The Swedish govern ment has asked Berlin for particulars of the sinking of the Swedish motor ship Hugo Hamilton, which became known here Sunday through an offi cial report from Berlin. Boxer Breaks Arm. Cleveland.—Pat Moore, the Mem phis bantamweight, broke an arm Tuesday night in the fourth round of his scheduled ten-round go with Jack Wolf of this city. The decision was given to Wolf. FM LAXATAIE FOR SKK GHLO "California Syrup of Figs" can't harm tender stomach, liver and bowels. mother realizes, after giving her children "California Syrup of Figs'* that this Is their ideal laxative, because they love Its pleasant taste and It thoroughly cleanses the tender little stomach, llvsr and bowels with out griping. When cross, Irritable, feverish, or breath Is bad, stomach sour, look at the tongue, mother! If coated, give a teaspoonful of this harmless "fruit laxative," and in a few hours all the foul, constipated waste, sour bile and undigested food passes out of the bow els, and you have a.well, playful child again. When Its little system Is full of cold, throat sore, has stomach-ache, diarrhoea, indigestion, colic—remem ber, a good "inside cleaning" should always be the flrst treatment given. Millions of mothers keep "California Syrup of Figs" handy; they know a teaspoonful today saves a sick child tomorrow.* Ask at the store for a 60 oent bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," which has directions for babies, children of all ages and grown-ups printed on the bottle. Adv. < New Meter Successful. The latest development in metering appliances Is a coal meter built on the principle of a water or gas meter. This Instrument was devised primarily to measure the coal consumption of fac tory boiler rooms, but It may find a wider application on a smaller scale. It operates on the same principle as a water meter, the stream of broken coal pouring down a chute and turn ing an Inclosed -vane. The meter can also be used'for grain, according to the Inventor. Its use on coal was entirely successful. GOOD FOR HUNGRY CHILDREN Children love Skinner's Macaroni and Spaghetti because of its delicious taste. It Is good for them and you can give them all they want. It is a great builder of bone and muscle, and does not make them nervous and irri table like meat The most economical and nutritious food known. Made from the finest Durum wheat Write Skin ner Mfg. Co., Omuha, Nebr., for beau tiful cook book. It la sent free to mothers.—Adv. The Proof. "Does love really blind a man?" "It must, when you see the wap girls put powder on their noses." Gratitude. Grocer—Now that I gave you a ba nana, what do you say? Mary—Please open It Everyone Knows this Kidney Medicine is Good We never hesitate to recommend your preparation because we know positively that it Is a goo<b medicine and has given universal satisfaction to its users who speak very favorably regarding it. We have handled it for five years and hava never heard a single complaint, everyone knows that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is a commendable medicine Very truly yours, HEDQUIST DRUG CO., ifo. 4, George L. Smith, Mgr. Pleasant Grove, Utah. Nov. 4, 1916. Prove What Swsmp-Root Will Do For Yoa Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer A Co.. Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample size bot tle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive, a booklet of valuable infor mation, telling about the kidneys and blad der. When writing, be sure and mention this paper. Regular fifty-cent and one dollar size bottles for aale at all drag stores.—Adv. Where Else? First Student (counting change)— Hey, waiter 1 Where do you get these Canadian dimes? Second Student — Canada, you chump ! GIRLS! GIRLS! TRY IT, BEAUTIFY YOUR HAIR Make It Thick, Gloeey, Wavy, Luxur iant and Remove Dandruff—Real Surprise for You. Your hair becomes light, wavy, fluf fy, abundant and appears as soft, lus trous and beautiful as a young girl'» after a "Danderlne hair cleanse." Just try this—moisten a cloth with a UtU» Danderlne and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one «ma» strand at a time. This will cleans» the hair of dost, dirt and excessive oD and In just a few moments yon hay» doubled the beauty of your hair.' Besides beautifying the hair at once, Danderine dissolves every particle of dandruff ; cleanses, purifies and Invig orates the scalp, forever stopping itch ing and falling hair. But what will please you most will be after a few weeks' use when yon will actually see new hair—fine and downy at first—yes—bnt really ,iew hair—growing all over the scalp. If you care for pretty, soft hair and lots of It, surely get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's Danderlne from any store and just try 1L , Adv. Although the average man may know when to stop, he seldom does 1L Some people tell the truth only when, a lie won't answer the purpose.