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j package before 5 C a the war package during 5 e a the war c a package 6 NOW > THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! f it H I Ï; I s 't, Oth. wm K] 5a :wa (ti % r Yt MOTORS INSTEAD OF DOGS Trip Over the Cascade» in a Gasoline Sleigh Wae a Distinct Success. A spectacular trlnl trip was recently made across the Cascades In a motor sleigh, and a number of photographs, taken at various stages of the Journey, are reproduced In Popular Meohan The achievement of the motor sleigh was almost us amazing as that of the first army tank, conquering, as it did, all kinds of obstacles. Skimming the surface of snowfalls, old or new, the strange little vehicle broke Its way through primeval passes with never a stumble. The rescue of an automobile, hopelessly stalled In the drifts of Sno qualmie pass, was a mere incident In its progress. Crossing a deep gully on a pair of hemlock poles was but one of the day's adventures. The intended substitution of the motor sleigh for the dog drawn sledges of Alaska's snow bound post trails means more to the people of that great territory than may be generally realized. Jack London and others have limned the malemute as a romantic figure; but the followers of the trail know well he is never thot. It is the elimination of much human hard ship, as well as canine Inefficiency, that recommends the gasoline method. les. a Quick Action Called For. When an angler drops a line be hopes to get an unswer right away. s Liked Better s Than Coffee for its uniformly hig h grade of flavor, its always steady and fair price, and its econ omy POSTUM CEREAL t If you want a satisfying bev erage that will stop com plaints about "poor coffee' or the M high price* of coffee, start using Postum and note results. Usually sold at ISc and 25c Everywhere at Grocers ,1 * s \ * Time'» Change». "Times shore change," philosophi cally said Oap Johnson of Rumpus Ridge. "Just tuther day, as It were, nobody thought anything In perttckler If a feller took a demijohn to church under the back seat of his wagon, und after the sermon had grown sorter tiresome winked a few of his friends outside to help him lap It up and fool around and swap horses and tnebbey fight a little In a general way. "But now, hy grit, if he even smells of patent medicine on a week day he's got to produce the omenick and p'lnt out the place whur It says lie's got the deadly disease that he claims to have taken tho medicine for."—Kansas City Star. Proud of Hie "Profession." "Burglars who served in the arm.v are going back to their old trade," said a London police official the other day. "These men deliberately elect to live by stealing because they find It adven turous. It was with the same spirit that they Joined the army. At least one convicted hnrglar won the Victoria cross." Confirmation of this charac teristic Is provided by a cuptaln In a famous fighting regiment, who declares that one of the bravest men In his company, a corporal with a D.C.M. and other honors, declared himself a pro fessional thief. "His one regret," re marked the officer, "was thot the re cruiting authorities would not let him describe his occupation on his attesta tion papers as 'burglar.*" MONTPELIER EXAMINER ^ SENATORS WRANGLE WEB 1BEHÏ M FINANCIERS ASKED TO EXPLAIN HOW COPIES REACHED PRIVATE HANDS IN NEW YORK. Text of Oocument Brought to Thta Country by Reporter Ordered Into tho Congreaaional Record After a Warm Debate. Washington.—Out of a whirlwind of developments the senate toduy got a developments the seuate on June 0 got a copy of the peace treaty ; and. after a five-hour fight, ordered it prluted In the public record. At the same time it got under way the investigation of how copies have reached private hands in New York by summoning to testify a half -dosen of the country's leading financiers. The copy, which went into the rec ord, was brought to this country by a newspaper man, and wus presented by Senator Borah, Republican, of Idaho, Just after tiie reading of a cablegram from President Wilson saying he could not, without breaking faith, send to the senate the text of the treaty. The effect of the day's history-mak ing developments wus to clear the air on the much-debated subject of pub licity for the treaty text, to widen the breach between the president and the senate majority, and to forecast a sen sational turn for the inquiry Into the manner by which copies of the docu ment have become available lo unau thorised persons. Starting In its Investigation with nn unexpected vigor, the foreign relations committee, within a half hour after It convened, voted to call before It J. P. Morgan, II. P. Davison and Thomas F. Lamont, ail of the Morgan hanking house; Jacob Schiff, of Kuhn, Loeb A company ; and Paul Warburg, formerly connected with the same concern, and Frank A. Yanderlip, former president of the Nattonnl City bank. It then ex amined Frank L. Polk, acting secretary of state, about the official copies In the state department vaults. Statements nlso were made to the committee by Senator Lodge, Republi can, of Massachusetts, and Senntor Borah similar to their declarations in the senate that they knew of copies In New York, but could not divulge the names of their Informants. When the senate met It listened In silence to President Wilson's cable gram, which was taken hn forecasting a refusal to comply with the request for the treaty text embodied In a reso lution adopted Friday. The reading of this message concluded, Senator Borah Immediately presented his copy of the treaty, which was ordered prluted by u vote of 47 to 24. Wilson Urges Probe of Leak. President Wilson In a cablegram re ceived by Senator Hitchcock of Ne. braska, Democrat, said he ho|>ed the Investigation by the senate foreign re lations committee of bow copies of the peace treaty reached private Interests In New York would be "most thorough ly prosecuted." The president said he had felt It "was highly undesirable officially to communicate the text of a document which is still In negotiation und sub ject to change," and that anyone who had possession of the official English text "has what he Is clearly not en titled to have or to communicate." a LEADERS REPUDIATE RADICAL8 Representatives of American Working men Against Agitator». Atlantic City, N. J.—Delegates rep resenting more than three million American workingmen and women, at the opening session of the American Federation of Labor here on June 0, put the »tamp of disapproval on the ideas of radical agitators and pre pared to deal with, reconstruction prob lems of vital importance to organized labor. Samuel Compere, president of the American Federation of Lubor, sound ed the keynote of the convention when lie said In his opening address that or ganized labor was determined political or industrial tyranny should have no place in America. To Deport Musician. Boston.—Dr. Karl A. Mucin former conductor of the Boston Hyrnphony or chestra, who is under Internment at Fort ^»gW^iorp, Oa., as an enemy alien. Is to be deported soon, Judge Dewey, assistant United States district attor ney, has announced. Record Wheat Crop Forecast. Washington.—A wheat production of 1,236,000,000 bushels this year, com bining the winter and spring wheat crops, was forecast by the department of agriculture from the condition of the crop June 1. Maks Rsady to Aid Nicaragua.. Washington.—With a substantial marine guard in Nicaragua and a war ship on each coast, the United State» Is prepared to protect that country from invasion by Costa Ricans, It is learned from official sources. Stephens Not to Call Session. Sau Francisco.—Governor Stephens does not contemplate calling an extra session of the legislature to ratify the national woman's suffrage amendment, according to a letter he sent to Mrs. Carrie Chapman CatL Some Instance» ""'n* there any it>o\ lining proof of the man's insanity?" "Well, when he went on n fishing party he always »aid he had the poor eat and amulleat catch of the lot. and he never said anythin); about hl» child except to remark It was excep tionally dull and rarely sold anythin;; worth quoting." j A school physician was examining i the pupils of the first grade. He look is I at one child's throat and asked her the usual line of questions, first saying: "Where were yoti sick?" The little girl naively answered : "In bed." Where She Waa Sick. to Require» Oliv« Oil. Although olive oil ns a food and me dicinal oil can be replaced very large ly by other vegetable oils, there are one or two technical uses, wool spin ning. for Instance, for which no en tirely satisfactory substitute lias yet been found. an Deadly. Fond Parent—Did you hear my daughter sing? Returned Soldier— Yes. Fond Parent—What did you think of her range? Returned Soldier—I should say she ought to kill at thnr miles.- Boston Post. Tralnl During nn air raid we overheard thin priceless remark: "Oh, I've been aeveral things. I began ns an Insur ance clerk; then I was an actor; now I am a labor expert."—London Re view. pert. s h> A j ÿ>." - ' s s s 1 7 r YOUR OWN "BULI 99 VTOU buy a bag * Durham tobacco. With your own hands you roll your own cigarettes. They are made just as you like them. Y ou've rolled your own—for yourself. As a result, you have a smoke that machines can't equal. (And—fifty-thrifty cigarettes from one bag!) of genuine Bull H «« GENUINE éé BullDurham TOBACCO 10c «Mt ••I 50 0 m u I— hlaktng Everything Ea«y, "You favor the split Infinitive?" 1 do." "And you think the use of a «Ingu lar verb with two nouns la sometimes permissible?" "If you happen to feel that way about It." "On what grounds?" "Reform. Spelling rofontt hns made bimmI progress In simplifying educa j tlon. Now I think we're about due for i some grammar reform." * Dead Statut». "This Is an enlightened community." "How's that?" "If a Innillonl refttaea to rent an j apartment to a couple with children : he can he hated to court and fined." Ilow ilie* "That's the right Idea the law work?" "Not worth a cent. There's no law to prevent a titndlnrd from h-».«ting the rent to a prohibitive figure."--Bir mingham Age-llerald A Lemon. Two couples were strolling slowly around Mopument t'lrele. A boy up preached one with a bouquet of roses pleading that the man buy. The wom an stopimd. looked down at the boy, and suhl ; "You needn't mind. boy. lie won't buy. He's my husband." There was no more "«ales talk" then. —Indianapolis Newa. fruit Vary Much of IL "Is there any human Interest In this drama?" "Human Interest? I should say kul There Is a square meal In every act." W. Wealth and religion have prio tlrally nothing In common. KEEP YOURSELF FIT I low can't afford to bo hud up wna •or», aching kidney» in tbn» lUrt af high prices. Moot» orcspsUoaa knag kidney trnnblea; almost say sort make» weak kidney» won» 11 yoa feel tired all the time, and naffer with Inna rn paiaa, dtny *p»(U. head ache» ami disordered kidney action, aaa Ikon» Kidney Ihlls It mai an an attack of rn Bright'. dise thouMndi lock to nealtb back, aha rutmtnm. dropsy, sc Ikon's bavo nelped A Utah Cam w w Ftrat Kaat. nr Ktrst North 8ta. Amer lean Fork. Utah, asya "I know D«an'a Kidn«> »«tils to be luat whs * tsimed ► or «Inter I was auf ferine steady Itdktitaiii te» j : t is for them month» w««h • srh* »nit ln» »er»»« ni» il M y ; Th» h t » » t met» - J rwuiwd an» ■train on m» b*rk ,*»nt those pain» through tt A itruasui r*. «niawiM I Sian's K hin»» rill» »u I trial them. l>o»n« .ompUtely attach " DOAN'S r. •wUA 0U i-qrwl m# of tha :-l KIDHIT FILLS por mt kta uaw co„ buffalo, k. t. wh«al In FWA ('»unir K*n*«« Writ* iVmniFrcin < l*h Had«» mm IH|BM|. 01« thins« and »». apt Inirrsffiin« Infor of ».»rhl f»m*«u« V«ua *»i| Nooiit « «'««UN»« R!.!« r t w«nfc.T#v «nJlharnkM fruit rmp lUnUna, IS« K Mill« tlltli . Jt«n rr»Ri<to.« 1 »*'«*•» «•••* * nr. ka*. U«4 Fbf Hair tt»«t N) >n t Ml# for t'aliUrRiB r i W. N. U.. Balt Lak« City, No. 24-1*1». Quoting Pootry. "Thor*, little girl, don't cry-deal cry.' Whal'a Ihe reat of It?" "You'll a poll your makeup," tmm gt-sttsl the other follow.