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Simply get an ounce of Othlne—double strength—from your druggist, and apply • llttls of It night and morning and you should soon set that even the worst freckles have begun to dl»* •npear, while the lighter ones have vanished en tirely. It Is seldom that more than one ounce 1« needed to completely clear the skin and gain beautiful clear complexion. Be sure to ask for the double strength Othlne, •» this Is sold under guarantee of money back If It falls to remove freckles.— Adv. Superficiality. "There are two sides to every ques tion." "Yes, "And too many of us chaps who pose as powerful thinkers don't take the trouble to get to the inside." replied Senator Sorghum. BOSCHEE'S SYRUP will quiet your cough, soothe the In flammation of a sore thront and lungs, atop irritation In the bronchial tubes, Insuring a good night's rest, free from coughing and \\Yth easy expectoration In the morning. Made and sold in America for fifty-two years. 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HUN LEADER SAYS TERMS IMPOSSIBLE GERMAN CHANCELLOR DECLARES PEACE PACT MUST BE RE JECTED BY TEUTONS. Members of National Assembly Cheer Appeal to Germans Not to Accept Terms' Which 8chiedemSnn Describes as "Murderous."' Berlin.—The declaration by Chancel lor Schiedeniunn In the national sembly on May 13 that the peace terms were unacceptable brought the mem bers of the assembly, the spectators and those in the press gullery to their feet In u hurricane of cheers and applause. The chancellor reuclied the climax of his statement on the i»euce terms ten minutes after lie begun. The chan cellor paused in his address and then thundered out the words which an nounced the German government's re jection of the Versailles conditions. With tlie exception of the Indepen dent Socialists, led by Hugo Haase, all factions in the assembly arose and cheered vociferously. The assembly is sitting temporarily in the assembly hall of the University of Berlin on Unter den Linden. After the chancellor's speech the leaders of the various parties, with the exception of the Haase group, made speeches In which they declared they bucked up the government. The chancellor described the peace treaty as a "dreadful und murderous" document. He said it would make an enormous jail of Germany, In which sixty million persons would have to labor for the victors in the war. The chuncellor said German trade would be strangled should the peace terms be accepted. He criticized President Wilson and said that the president by his attitude liad deceived the hopes of the German people. ns HUN8 THREATEN TO WITHDRAW Announce They Will Quit Government If Terms Are Signed. Paris.—The heads of the two Ger man Democratic parties and the par ties of the Center have informed Chan cellor Schiedemann that their parties will withdraw their representatives from the government In case the cab inet decides to sign the peace treaty, according to a dispatch from Berlin received here by way of Basie. Baker Approves National Guard. Washington.—Approval of the reor ganization of the national guard along the same line* as existed before the great war was expressed Informally on Tuesday by Secretary Baker. The war department, he suid, would favor the rebuilding of the guard so as to per mit the various states to supply the sume units as were used in making up the sixteen divisions organized for service in France. Italian Problem Nears Solution. Purls—Italian delegates to the peace conference are no longer insisting up on tho fulfillment of the secret treaty of London, and this purt of the contro versy relative to territory on the east ern shore of the Adriatic is tending toward an adjustment, according to those who have tuken part in recent conferences. Grey for Amended Covenant. London.—Viscount Grey, former sec retary of state for forelgp affairs, says that lie is delighted with the amended covenant of the league of na tions, haveiug feared that much less might* be 'accomplished. Alabama Congressman Dead. Gndsen; Ala.—Representative John L. Burnett, of the Seventh Alabamu district, for several years one of the icudiug members of the house and chairman of the conmiittee on immi gration in the lust house, died here Tuesday. U. S. and Britain Fix Claims. Washington.—A "complete and com prehensive settlement" of all claims be tween the United States and Great Britain growing out of the military operations., 1ms been reached by the American liquidutioh commission. - Chilean Intrigue Disrupts Officers. Buenos Aires.—Dispatches received here concerning tile dissensions in the Chilean army which led the president to place three generals on the retired list say that more than sixty officers of the army are under arrest. . To Free Men Wed Overseas. Washington.—Soldiers who married Abroad are eligible for immediate dis charge on their arrival in this country, tjiu war department has Informed the commanders of ports of embarkation. Army to Build 500 Airplanes. Washington. —Contracts for at least T*G0 airplanes of the Very latest types would be awarded Amerlcau manu facturers under plans prepared by the army air service and sent to Secretary Baker for his consideration. Taft Calls 'Em Smalt Potatoes. Cleveland.—The person who opposes the league of mitions because he dis likes President Wilson is actuated by a "small potuto motive" that Is not worthy of the dignity of the pact, Wll I llam Howard Taft declared Tuesday. FAILURE OF GERMAN8 TO 8IQN PEACE TERM8 WILL MEAN OCCUPATION. Take.Treaty or Leave It Is Position of Victors, Who Are Prepared to March Into Hunland If Necessary to Enforce a Just Piaee. London.—Should the Germans refuse to sign the peuce treaty, which does not seem probable, according to the latest advices received here, they can expect the allies to at once begin a march upon Berlin. And there will be many enthusiastic wearers of the uni form who will be glad to complete the Journey they begun before the collapse of the Hun fighting- machine. It Is declared that all ndlitary ar rangements have been made for Ute allied armies to advance in exactly the same way as they would have done had Germany not accepted the armistice terms. According to a dispatch from Cob lenz the Impression gained by Ameri can officers through talking with, Ger man» regarding the peace terms is that many of them are bitter und sullen, but are inclined to resign thcflnselves to accept any terms, no matter how harsh. No concrete plan of action has been suggested In the event the Ger man delegates at Versailles refuse to sign the treaty. American officers say the common people in the occupied areu have wide ly divergent views, but that as a whole they appear more or less stunned. Many of them seem crushed, but oth ers are showing a spirit of bravado. One American who had circulated freely among the civilians reported that none of them expected that Ger many would accept the terms. They said they could not see how the people would be able to pay the indemnity demanded If their commerce was re stricted and all their colonies confis cated, and, In addition, Germany had to cede territory belonging to the main land. But there Is one thing the Germans can bank upon. They will either sign the peace terms or face an lnvnslou by the allied forces, who will take charge in Germany and force a just peace should the Huns decline to accept the terms offered. WORKING ON AUSTRIAN TREATY Council of Four May be Ready to Re port During Week. Paris.—The council of four spent the greater part of Monday on the Aus trian boundaries and completed the task of defining tlusm Monday after noon in a session with the foreign min ister. Such progress was made that the members of the council believe that the Austrian treaty may be completed during the week. President Wilson spent some time with the American commissioners who have been considering the various phases of the peace treaty. It was pointed out that there are so many points of similarity between the Aus trian und German treaties that an enormous amount of time, would be saved by preparing the document re lating to Austria at once. KING APPROVES PEACE LEAGUE Utah Senator Declares America Has Come Into Her Own. Salt Lake City.—"America has come Into her own. Under a league of na tions we are not forming entangling alliances, but we are unraveling them. We are for the peace of the world. The league of nations is just as sure to be ratified by the United States sen ate as the sun is to shine tomorrow morning. It has come to give peace to a distracted world. Democrats lie lieve In it and so do most all others." These views of Senator William H. ving were stated in an address deliv ered here Monday night. LINER DOCKS WHILE ABLAZE Passengers Show Courage When They Find Vessel in Flames. Seattle.—Fire was burning In the hold of the Japanese liner Manila Muru when she arrived here Monday from the Orient with about 200 passengers and a cargo estimated to be worth about $2,000,000. Passengers aboard (he Manila re mained calm, her officers said, when the fire was discovered while the ship was about 1000 miles from Cape Flat tery. Wilson Defends American People. Faria.—President Wilson, In his ao dress here Monday to the French acad emy of moral and political sciences entered a strong disclaimer of the idea that the American people were largely materialists or dollar worshippers. mlngte .the leaseholds of all except white tenants In California lands and 1 to open these lands and vast reclaimed ; territory to white settlers, particularly returned soldiers, has been started. Labor Fight« Pool Hall Closing. Amarillo, Tex.—Monday, June 16, wt s set in federal court for hearing t) e application of the Dallas labor tem 1e for an-injunction against the state attorney general to prevent closing California to Oust Yellow Tenants. San Francisco.—A movement to ter nonl halls In Texas. PRESIDENT WILL BE DELEGATED TO AN8WER COMPLAINTS OF PLENIPOTENTIARIES. View Held by American Delegation That Herr 8cheidemann's Objections Are Not Well Taken. — Colonies to bo Held by League of Nations Paris.—President Wilson will per sonally direct such answers as may be decided upon concerning German In quiries on the peace treaty differing from the president's fourteen points. This was announced in high quarters Saturday in connection with the In structions which Chancellor Schelde mann has given the German plenipo tentiaries at Versailles *to- address note to the allies comparing the terms of the treaty with the fourteen points, and making a counter-proposal for ver bal negotiations. The View Is held by the American delegation that Herr Schtedemann's objections are not well taken, that the treaty is contrary to the president's fourth point on disarmament and fifth point on colonial questions. It is ex plained that, while the treaty contains a provision for Germany's disarma ment, this Is preliminary to the general limitation of armaments by other na tions, and that the covenant fit the league makes a genera!-restriction of. armaments. .Herr Schledemann's contention that the German colonies are. delivered to the allies contrary to President Wil son's fifth point Is met by the state ment that the colonies are not deliv ered to the allies, but to the league of administers a nations, which through mandatories for the benefit of their native peoples. Concerning the proposal for verbal negotiations. It is snld that much ex planatory detail probably will be done verbally, but that any proposition for a general opening of verbal negotla. tions will be rejected. • them UTAH PUTS LOAN OVER. Loyal Residents of Bee Hive State Oversubscribe Victory Loan Quota. Salt Lake City.—The stHte of Utah lias fulfilled ltâ pledge. For the fifth time since the United States found It necessary to call for popular subscrip tion to government bonds to finance the war, Utah met the demand, and not only reached 1rs quota of $13,861, 900, but oversubscribed this ainouut b.v trconsiderable margin. i.atest returns show, subscription for Utah, $14,221,700, quota, $13,851,900. This gives an approximate oversub scription of $369,800 for the state. FIFTEEN MILLION SHARE LOAN Victory Liberty Notes Eagerly Pur chased by Loyal Americans. Washington.—Fifteen million Ameri cans bought Victory Liberty notes In the campaign which closed May 10, ac cording to estimates received by the treasury from federal reserve banks. This compares with about 2,000,090 purchases In the fourth loan, 17,000,000 in the third, 9,400,000 in the second and 4,000.000 in the first. . The treasury announced that the official total probably would not be known before May 20, but that the loan had been heavily over-subscribed. Strikers Parade at Toledo. Toledo, Ohio;—Women with babies in tlielr arms and discharged soldiers carrying American flags on Sunday paraded the downtown section - with workers who last week were locked out of the WHlys-Overland automo bile plant and strikers at the Ford Plate Glass company. Following the parade, street meetings were held, un der the uuspices of the soldiers' and sailors' council, declared by Organized labor leaders to be a Bolshevik! or ganization. California Also Celebrates. San Francisco.—With the golden spike that marked the completion of the first transcontinental line nt Pro montory, Utah, and the hammer that drove it home occupying a place of honor on the festal board, R. » ■ --core, who helped fushion the spike, and hundreds of pensioners of the South ern » acif lc company met .. luncheon here on May 10, fifty years to a day after the spike driving. Two Drowned In Auto AocidonL Salt Lake City.—A truck loaded with young folk returning from a day's outing In Cottonwood. Canyon, went over an embankment, Sunday after noon, the driver, Walter Price, aged 16, being caught under me engine when the machine went Into the riv er, and drowned ; Miss Everiue Rob erts was drowned and seven others had narrow escapes from death. In Cass Germany Refuses. Paris.—It is understood that among tha subjects discussed by the council of four at Its meeting Saturday was the eventuality of Germany refusing to sign the peace and what steps should be taken in that event here for the WUlard-Dempsey heavy weight championship fight on July 4 will start Saturday, May 17. This was the announcement made hr re by Frank B Flournoy, assistant to Tex Rickard. Will Build for Big Fight Toledo, Ohio.—Work on the arena I FMi Day. He—By Jqve, Betty, yon look nice enough to eat, She—Well, don't forget this Is Friday.—Boston Transcript. What is Castorla C STORIA is a harmless substitute for Castor ÖD, Paregoric; Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It co nt a ins neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guar* antes. 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No Authorities differ as to whether a poker room should be classed as an ante room or drawing room. There Is nothing more idiotic than the smile of a pretty girt—when di- rlmony with a widow the result is rected toward some other fellow. When a man begins to discuss mat» usually a tie. WHEN BUYING ASPIRIN ALWAYS SAY "BAYER" m Ask for "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin'* in a Bayer package—marked with " Bayer Gross. Jf Don't buy Aspirin tablets In a pill box. Insist on getting the Bayer pack age with the safety "Bayer Cross" on both package and on tablets. No other way! You must say "Bayer." Never ask for merely Aspirin tablets. The name "Bayer" means you are getting the genuine "Bayer Tablets ef Aspirin," proven safe by millions of people. Beware of counterfeits! Only re cently a Brooklyn manufacturer was sent to the penitentiary for flooding the country with talcum powder tab lets, which he claimed to be Aspirin. . Danger In Abbreviation. Even the school nurse has her fun. In a talk before the central philan thropic council the other day, Miss Helen R. Stewart of the .board of health told of one little boy who, after he had. been examined by the nurse, went to the teacher In tears, complaining that the nurse called him names. When the teacher expressed her surprise, the boy sought to prove his case by handing her the card the nurse had given to him as her record of the examination. - "Look at that I" he cried. "Poor nut," read the card. "Poor nutrition. explained the teacher, finally sending the child away with a better opinion of the nurse.— Dallas News. Von Tirpitz a Pauper. The Tribune de Geneve is informed that Grand Admiral von Tirpitz Is staying at Wtldegg. Switzerland, as the guest of LieuL-Colonel Wille, son of the former commander-ln-chief of the Swiss army. Tirpitz has lost all his fortune; His son Is a clerk in a bank at Zurich, and his daughter Is a governess la a Zurich family. To avoid paying the German war .ax of 1913 Tirpitz Invested his money In Italian securities, with the result that, he is now penniless. What a patriot 1 Economy in Postum Boi] Postum as Tong as you please, and you will extract only healthful goodness. You'll get no caffeine— the coffee-drug—for there's none in Postum. THe Original Postum Cereal I to fact, should be boiled fully |5 min. utat, and if desired the pot can be kepi going from meal to meal more Postum and water for the service. Postum is the favorite of large numbers of foray s coff ee-drinkers and can be secured from grocers everywhere. « Two Sizes, usually sold at 15 c cad 25 c. oR Delicious, Invigorating and Healthful Drink There's a Season new I <4 »t Pussyfooting Is a calamity." "I s'oppose it Is something of a cat*' astrophg# , *. In the Bayer package are proper dl* rectlons and the dose for Headache» Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia, Rheu-, matlsm, Lumbago, Sciatica, Colds, Grippe, Influenzal-Colds, Neuritis and pain generally. "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," Ameri can made and owned, are sold in vest pocket boxes, of 12 tablets, which coot only a few cents, also In bottles of 24 and bottles of 100—also capsules. Aspirin Is the trade mark of Bayer •' Manufacture of Monoacetlcacldester of Sallcyllcacld. Information Needs Confirmation. . "Old Dorsey Dudgeon prides him self on knowing where the conflagra;, tlon Is as soon as he hears the fire bell ring," related the landlord of the Petunia tavern. "By fhe time half a dozen whangs have changed he has scrabbled Into a garment or two and is out on his front porch, hollering to the people running by Just where he knows the Are Is." "He 'should be of considerable as sistance to the volunteer firemen and others In sending them In the proper direction," commented the interested guest. "Eh-yah ! He would be If he didn't nine times out of ten know It wrong." Kansas City Star. Glossing Over the Facta. "Pa, what Is a euphemism ?" 'Til have to explain that by giving you an example, son." "Yes, pa." "The dictionary says a euphemism is 'a figure of speech by which a word or phrase more agreeable or less offen sive Is substituted for one more ac curately expressive of what Is meant,' as In the case of ths society reporter who states that a widow who' has been married three or four times Is 'led to the altar' by a wealthy old codger who never bad the slightest notion of get ting married until he faced the preach er."—Birmingham Age-Herald.