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SAGE TEA DARKENS
HAJR TO ANY SHADE I j I i from A 'ature —The wild root» that g« into the composition Df the oldest and best known lie* are gathered mostly on our -brought or shipped to Dr. sboratory in Buffalo, N. Y. erce discovered 50 years ago, arc has provided freely for the her children and that in her 1 were the remedies. Extracts of ot, Stone root, Black Chcrry Bloodroot, as prepared, com* preserved without alcohol, in e'* Golden Medical Discovery, I the most effective and certain erativo and tissue-rebuilding ' offered to the public. This became known all over the ely vegetable and free from \ narcotics. It will search out poisonous matter and drive [system. Buy it now in tablets 1 druggists, or send Dr. Pierce, IY., 10c for trial package. \r the skin; eczema, pimples, I will dry up and disappear; a dee and other evidences of d will pass away Don't stay Gray! Here's an Old time Recipe that Anybody can Apply. ( The use of Sage and Sulphur for m ■tortng faded, gray hair to It* natural color dates back to grandmother's time. She used It to keep her haïr beautifully dark, glossy and attrac tive. Whenever her hair took on that doll, faded or streaked apjtearance. this simple mixture was applied with wonderful effect. But brewing at home Is massy and out-of-date. Nowadays, by asking at any drug store for a bottle of "Wyeth'* Sage and Sulphnr Compound." you will get this famous old preparation. Improved by the addition of other In gredients. which can be depended up on to restore natural color and beauty to the hnlr. A well-known downtown druggist aavs It darkens the hair so naturally and evenly that nobody can tell It has been applied. You simply dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one strand at a time. By morning the gray hair disappears, and after an other application or two. It becomes ! beautifully dark and glossy.—Adv. The Biggest Show. For about an hour Aunt Mirnndy's three dusky offspring hud been "pes |«*rlng" her to take them to the circus. The big tents had just been pitched >iree or four blocks away, and there ras great excitement lu the neighbor kkI. "Now, you all go on away," com Uitided Aunt Mirundy. "I gotta work buy yo' grub an' yo' clo's. I ain't H no time to take yo' nowheres." ["Iten ask pappy to take us,'' plead i one of the youngsters. "Huh! Yo' pu ain't got no Intrus' no circus a-tall, a-tall. No, suh !" ?n ufter u pause she added con iptuously: "He ain't got de Hites' ambition for no circus since [done hud de delirious trembles."— York Globe. ch Cuticura Improve Your Skin. ^ rising and retiring gently smear face with Cuticura Ointment. off Ointment In five minutes Cuticura Soap and hot water. It Wonderful sometimes what Cuticura 1 do for poor complexions, dandruff, ng and red rough hands.— Adv. Sure-Enough Gamble. Dnkey—I hear there's some gam in town. ikey—You heard something! Only Mday I picked u good oue. ■»key—Where? ikey—In a fish mnrket. A whlte lliut never served a day lu cold jge !—Buffalo Express. [ORTHORN COW is lb# f»asfr*s cow. Rh« fiTPS « 1 brifi! fl- wofmUfc sn J cftrrl ft s natur» i hetry flr»h «overt** Rh« has *~>gbu « quiet disposition and thrive* oc lb* crd.nary form rr»u$hft*PL Why •tart with two o» Ihr«* rsf ls?**r**d frtLAiC*' Toft W ftooo bftv# ft vft!ftftb> herd ftt mua .. cnit A (Abort bor« bn i mill add 2JU p'UDd* to »t##r b* «raft. To« ean a!» a*» ft#11 ft £b>»rv I Hhorthum Brrwlrr»' A «tori* ftr i'trl Ar«nBf. Uuca#o, ii«.ao4fl Gear Your Skin With Cuticura AH druc£?9ti Soap 25. " 't soT^-fti Oimunen: 2i A cum 2S Sacnpi* e»ch frre erf **€«»•« «r a. Dept E. Bwt o ft . 1 * **»• —a Drcnstt ! A L3 À v *: ■ afrt Pi feftj 0 Xm n ,?,'f i -*V ' V** 1 Railroad bridge near Lfn, Russia, which was blown up by the bolshevik!, cutting the town off from the , " t ' rl, 1 l - ^ German 15-loch shells «lvo.it to lx- exphah-d by the reclamation amt demolition men of .the lerlean field ammunition force. »-—Giant French searchlight on the Rhine facing the historic village of Well outside A me nich and the famous old Mouse castle. Illage NEWS REVIEW OF CURRENT EVENTS Hungary in Grip of Bolshevism and Other Parts of Central Europe in Ferment. PEACE DELEGATES STARTLED Speed Up Work on the Treaty, Which Germans Say They Will Not Sign —League of Nations Covenant Being Amended. By EDWARD W. PICKARD. Matters In Europe lust week moved swiftly toward a climax. Bolshevism was gathering itself for Its greatest efforts, and made a start In that way that alarmed the civilized world. It fastened its clutches on Hungary, or at least on the government and on Budapest, the capital, and soviet rule was established in place of the repub lic that was headed by Count Karolyl. Revolution broke out In Galicia, start ing in the oil districts; a soviet gov ernment was set up, the Lemberg soviet declared n general strike, and Polish troops sent to combat the rev olution joints! In the movement. Bes sarabia was proclaimed a republic and Its directorate began military opera tions against Roumarilu's army, de feating a part of it. The Bessarabian movement undoubted'- was directed hy the Russian bolshcvikl and supjmrt ed by the Ukrainians, the Idea being to establish communication between Moscow and Budapest by breaking through Routnanin. Efforts to turn Czeeho-Slovakln and German Austria over to the holsheviki have been so far unsuccessful. Frank critics of the peace confer ence lay the blame for much of this on those idealists who undertook to remodel the entire world und bring about the millennium at Auce In stead of first making pence and per mitting the belligerent nations to re sume the ordered activities of civil Ized existence. That the gentlemen gathered in Burls have recognized their error Is apparent io their present haste to complete the peace trenty and have It signed. They will, accord ing to reports at the time of writing. Include In the trenty a formal state ment concerning the league of nations, because Germany »ill he required by the treaty to surrender her colonies to mandatories of the proposed league, hut it is pot unlikely that the adoption of the full constitution of the league will he deferred. The first treaty, which was being considered In«t »eck hy Wilson. Lloyd George. Clemenceau and Orlando. It was said, was sufficiently lino in Its terms to Insure a lasting |«-hcp, would simplify the International food problem and pave the way for industrial and financial reconstruction Tin* prln<d pal aims of !lie prejmsal* under con sidération ware? < 1 > To insure ample security for the futur»; protection of Frnne*». especially on her eastern frontier: (2) to establish a strong Italy, with a form'd ,h|e northern t.nr Tier against aggression : (,'t) to create a strong Poland : (4> to found a league of nations pledged, on material as well ns moral grounds, to the prv.ser vntion of world pence. The "tilg four." as they are called In Pari*, were said to have derided to make p. ce .with all f< nr of the enemy nation« at once. This plan presents Rom ' difficulties, one of the least of which is the fnrt that the United States never was nt »»r with Turkey and Bulgaria. Most troublesome will he the fa r assessment of tt a pre-war deh»s of those two nat »-ns and of Austria Hungary among flic various provinces, and the fixing of the boundaries they must accept. It is believed Germany's new bound aries have h»-en virtually fixed hy the peace delegates, though no announce ment has been made. A financial commission has been working fast to aeftle the renpportlonment of Ger many's pubUr debt, the qu-*Uon of German state property In territories to be ceded by the peace treaty anti the order In which the obligations of Germany shall he Imposed. As for the reparation to he demanded of the Huns, the economic expert* have found the amount of damage Inflicted by the Gennana was between $.15, «10,000,000 and $45,000,000,OUO, but as this Is beyond the ability of Germany to pay, the sum is being scaled down and probably will be less than $30. OWl.OOU.OOO. If the treaty wdth Germany Is such as It Is supposed to be, Germany will refuse to sign It. Anyhow, that Is what the press and many of the lead ers say. Doctor Demburg of unsav ory memory, deck.res the German peo ple will not accept a treaty of pence that Is not Inspired by Impartiality, Justice and a spirit of reconciliation and thut does not contain a league of nations Into which Germany is admit ted with full rights. Doctor Schiffer, minister of finance, sh.vs he has taken a solemn oath that the government wdll not surrender one inch of German territory. The Prussian national assem bly has voted against the relinquish ment of any of the Rhine territory, es pecially the Saar basin. All over the country meetings ere being held, or ganized hy Foreign Secretary Brock dorff-Rantzau, to protest against an "enslaving peace." This movement. In which all factions are Joining. Is heing used to reawaken the national spirit, and the threat of spreading bolshevism If the demands of the Ger man |MV)pie are not met is being used hy the leaders to intimidate the Inter allied peace delegates. The latter, however, do not seem especially wor ried. evidently taking it for granted that Germany will have to accept any tri-aty they formulate. If the Ger mans do submit to bolshevism. It will he of their own free will, and mainly In spite au>l not because they pre fer that form of "government." With Hungary the case Is different, and it may well Im» that that coun try's new soviet government will re fuse to sign any treaty with the al lies. If It survives. At the end of the week there w»-re evidences that the allies were about to take d*-chh-d no tion against the Hungarians. The French were urging that an army be sent to occupy t.Vrltory Ix-twcen Rus sia and Hungary, and General Mangin was recalled from Mayence In this Connection. Italian troops were re ported to have occupied I'ressbtirg, Hungary, only »5 miles from Vienna. Allied gunboats wer»» hurriedly sent up the Danube for the purpose of pro tecting the French and British ml« slons In Budapest. The metnliers of those missions ure believed to have escaped safely. Bela Kun. as foreign minister. Is bossing the holshevist Job In Buda pest, and he and his associates are nationalizing everything and ordering the «cvere«t of penalties for any form of resistance, ('mint Karolyl Is vari ously reported to lx- executed and In prison. The outbreak of the revolu tion in Hungary at this time is ns crlbed to the action of the French military mission In establishing a neu tral tone between Itounianla ami Hun gary In « wav that b*d the Hungarian* to believe their country whs about to he dismembered. The Czech.» Slovak«, it was underst-Ksl. went into action nga n«t the Hungarian Bolshevist» a ? one*» some of Th» !r tr having cap tured Rnah. on the Danube. Interrupt ing communication ?*e*we*-n Budapest and Vienna. Large Hungarian cannon factories are situate! In Ranh The premier of fw-t-hn K'' vakin Dr. Karl Kramap-z. now In Pari«, »leclnrc* bis country I« too strong to yield to bol shevik temptation«, though he admits ft I« in »langerons proximity If lw>l «hevism 1« victorious in Buss a he pro»! rts that coun'rv -v || inevitably fall under German Influence. . Here I« s peon" ,r . n»r»«Lcfion of »»pinions For rnanv months we have he. n «ssiire»l .ha* ft" on*» sure thing that would check the «prend of the bolshevik poison. In Btiv»i« and else where was food; an»! consequent!# Mr Hoover has 1>een making strenu ous efforts to fee») central Kur»»p> Now an en'erprialng newspafter c»>r re*|<»ndent »ho ha« been long In Ru» trta Slid la at present ln Petrograd, writes that if the bolshevlsts can tiring food to the hungry people there they can retain their control; that If they fall there will be another revolu tion. Is It true, then, that hunger la the food on which bolshevism thrives? When the Hungarian revolutionists made overtures to the people of Ger man Austria, the latter replied they could not adopt bolshevism because they were dependent on the aille« for their food—the Inference being that If they were not thus dependent they also would set up a soviet govern» ment. The league of nations commission, with President Wilson In the chair, completed its conslihnitlon of the covenant of the league Wednesday night, if was t timed over to a »lraft Ing committee which waa to go over It carefully and return it to the enm mlbsoti for final consideration hi-foro It was r»»i»ort»sl to the executive mm mil tee of the p»-«»-»* eouferem'e, M?my prnt»os»-d Hinemhncnts to the original plan were considered. Including seven suggest<*d hy Charles K. Hughes ami those drafted hy former President Taft. It was unijerstood that Mr. Wll son loot »h-ferred the pr<w»'nt«ll»ni of amendment» safegiior«1lng the Monroe doctrine and exempting domestic »tuest Ions from the league'« JuriwJie tlon. No amendment ha* beet, incur fMirnt»»») that s|i«-clfiral|y meets the de rriHnds of .lapnti for recognlttou of the equality of nationals. Among Mo aim-mlment» adnptisj was »'tie providing that the offnes of the league are open to women a* well a* to men. and on»- permitting the with »trnwjil of a rm-r:!»»-r on t»o y'-ara" n-itice. but not until such member ha* fi'led it* iuternatli'.iul obligation*. Another contradiction is to lx- found In the stories that come of condition* In Russia. American commissioners, and most of the press reports, huvo l<xl us to helleve that there was little to he found there hut murder, anar chy, riot and starvation. Ag»»uts of the French government returning from Russia r»-port that wholesale massa cre* have ceased generally, that order prevails and Industries are lx»ing re sumed. It Is said that even the rail r»»n»ts are returning to something Ilka normal service, trains being run be tween Moscow and Petrograd on scheduii-d tiiAe. Conservative Influ enc»»s are making themaelvi-s manifest In every direction In Russia. It ts said, nnd oflU-'.uls in power appear to r»»al Ize the necessity of recognising Indi vidual rights to property In order to maintain tlo-ir authority. A bolshevik comm Iasi on er told the oorr<">jMimlent mentioned above Hint If the allies »<>iil»l withdraw thi-ir sup port from those who are opposing the soviet government the civil wars would end In thirty days, the gnm nrles of SIIx rla would be opened, the army demobilized, the factories start »*<1 again and th«> present want and misery end<-d. Dispatches from Paris Indicate that tlie nllipil |M-ne<' »1» h-gates are slowly changing tln-lr opinion concerning the Russian situation, though not tn Hie least minimizing Hie threat of bol shevism to the rest of the world. Stephen Plcbon, foreign minister, told the French rhnmhcr »if <le|>iiti«'s tlint the policy of the ullli-e in Russia vvns not "war" hut a "pacifying" p»»llry and designed to save Russia from the grip of Gi-rmnny. The Indus'rlal sttnation In (Srent Britain tins tx*en greatly alleviated t>y the n-|Kirt of th<- committee aptx»lof *«1 by the (ndnstrpil conference that met la*t February. o>n«i*ting of thirty employers and thlriy trad»** union »ts The committee reot an mend » that s I» gsi maximum working w»«»k of 4« hours lx» established, that systerootlc < v> rtlme l«e dlsrotjrsg»-<1 sr-d that legal time wage rat««» <»f universal ap plicability Ix» fix««1 To meet the prob lem of unemjdoyyoent and the care of the unem|)ioye»t it «tiggest». state de velopmenf of new livlijslri**«, the rais ing of the «ge I mit for child labor, more generous sick benefits ami old ng" pensions. A national Industrial counct! of 400, and s standing oins mittee of SO are pro p oned. It Is b*« lleved this plan, pnoalbly »1th modi ft. carions, will be adopted by Lba gov eminent. IT'S NOT YOUR HEART; IT'S YOUR— t Mac Klc^cy diaeaae la no reapectrr of per sans. A majority of the ill* afflicting people today can bo traced back to the kidney trouble. The kidneys are the moat important organs of the body. They are the fil» te rer« of your blood. Ir the p»»i*ons which are «wept irom the tissure by the blood are not eliminated through the kidneva disease o l one fora or another will claim you as a victim. Kidney disease is usually indicated by weariness, sleeplessness, nervousness, despondency, backache, stomach trou ble. pain in lotna aud lower abdomen, fall atones, gravel, rheumatism, sciatica and lumbago. Ail these de rangements are nature's THE RIGHT WAY In nil casse of Distemper, Pinkeye, Influ« enzft, Colds, etc. of all horses, brood maraa, colts, stallions, U to IS SPOHN THEM On their tongue or In tha feed pot Kpohn'a Liquid Oomponn.l. Give the remedy to «11 of llum. It acts ou the blood and glands. It routs the disease by expelling the disease germs. It wai •*ff the trouble no matter how they___ "exposed " Absolutely free from any thing Injurious. A child can aafely take I It. Sold by druggists, harness dealers, or amt express paid by the manu facturers. a prêtai Aaeats Wasted. « SPOHN MEDICAL CO. GOSHEN, Servie«, Please. . Tlic new maid crowded the dinner on the table ami retlr«-»! to the privacy of the kitchen. In answer to a cull fr»>m the dltiliig room she r«*ptl»-d : ''Surely youae I« all well and strong enough to do your own roochln'." Fresh, sweet, white, dainty clothes for baby. If you use Red t'rona Ball Blue. Never streuks or Injures them. All good griM'ors sell It, Tx- a package. REMARKABLE TEST OF LOVE gursly Any Woman Would Bs Satis fied With Proof That Wa* Of fared Mrs Newlywed. For a while, ua they wulked along, neither s|M»ke. The silence became quite strained. At last she snlil In a hard, tense voice : "You don't care whether I'm happy or not, do you? We've been married nearly a week ami now you don't cure wheth»-r I'm happy or not." "My angel, 1 »lo," h»» said miserably. "But I simply cannot permit you to do that. B Is usklug too much." Two tears rolled down her cheoks one for each cheek. "You don't! You don't!" she cried, lilting b»*r lip ti-arfully. "You don't care whether I'm happy or n«»t !" It was more than hi* tender, loving lu-urt could stand. Ih- gulped guiltily. "Oh, very well, go iiheitd If you lik»»," he will»! gruffly. Am) while six- took out her powder puff and jKjwilered her Hum- and vi cinity right on the <-rnwde»l pavement, he turn»«! Ills hack mul hxiked Into the show windows of a piano shop so no one would know he was with h»*r. Hi* Handicap. "Hera, you hlumb-ring lxx»h! What'a the matter with you?" snarled n |x«les trlati w lio had colikh-d w ith Juil Jostle of Grudge, who was walloping around In Kansas tfity's tnlilst. "i'-oufouml your clumsiness! Why dou't you k»»»'p lo the right r* "'Cur. 1 can't!" answered the offend er. "I'm left hamfixl, und I get so rat tk«l that I k»'»-p forgetting which l* which."—Kansas t.'ity Star N\>ver fiHil f»K»l you. with u fool; he might dig*«« There's a rich, satisfying, old time flavor to fro» The Original Postum cereal that no substitute can ever equal. A Healthful drink that !eav;s no trace of harm, a beverage grateful to the stomach, that never upsets nerves, heart or digestion as does sometimes coffee. Boil Just like coffee Boil thoroughly (15 minutes after boiling begins) make it rich aifd dark and you have something that makes your meal doubly enjoyable. " There's a Reason" At Grocers—two sizes 15c fit 25c. signala that the You should use G lem OU Capsula, n soothing, healing* " kidneys, relieves <*l strays the germa Go to your dm box of GOLD Capsulra. la should feel health tbrae After you feel tM continue to taka i each day, BO aa U? o0 £!L condition and warbt other attacha * ago Ask for tbs srlfi.,.« MEDAL.brand. funded it they KEEP THEIR MOnItt - «bl«. Many People In ffngwho Will Not Entrant re the Caro of ft 01 - Ihm. A vast amount of n ***• uninvested In the countA London Mall. In a Yoi**** there Is a fisherman wh have five (housund dolla^* Ida thirty dollarw year ld ' vv.-ars clothe* which dollars lx-fore the war, fishing Inuit worth one th^ . - te«-n hundred didlars. In^* Inge a short time ago , bought tils cottage, and er cull»«! for a doptxait h«^ w fifteen humtred dollars In purchase price. In a n»igl~t n g i then» la nt leant one flsl p,« has five thousand dollara of not»'« In Ills llttlo house, out not he tmiuced to lnvtMt|)M When he lias boon urg.sl that has sahl that he "preferred tho n»*ar him ns It Is safer!" Alder a Yorkshire country town aft aa walked Into a lawyer'« otfiifhetr dgcxxl a haiitllmg contaln'iiy aakl saiii' Aisif sover»'lgna - v»t»jri.!>i« ctillected In tlilrly year«. A«!*» advice on Investing the slated that lit night *h»> look hug up t»t her hiilnMUl», t travel»»! site t»a»k the haa^ her, and mi/tite nct-judoo kd 1 # ra»-k In the train. She r«»i»e»iY* triuisure tx-fore she left amt recovered It. »et ______ ff Commuter*» Hop«, ** "I'll I»»* heartily glsd whao the alr»hl|t |M'rf««-l»-»l no tl»a_ take a share in general tiawr^. fi»\" remarked Mr. t'^isslota. "It will save lime." "I don't mind the time, ft« heltevi» they will ever |»urfeet. K hlp that will require a pasaf hung onto a strap lustead at 1.1 in X.« Ill» «« aitsil ** him with a sent." A m.'in who ti»-gk«i* ht* ness can't bo troutit»«! to l«dl »Hier |x«i|»lo'» affaira. The Spef»chleHS ln»ly oo ~ a pk-i'e Is pr»x»f p.t»ltive Ural sl|t | golden.