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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES "iJefamln? the low n is it, that, thv- people should 5QÜTH BEND HEWS - TIHES ! lr " t0 Morning Evening Sunday. THE NEWS-TIMES PRINTING CO. 12 KIEL U. feIM.Ml.ns. Freillect- J. M. STi:i'IIi:.Nfc:ON. PuM'.ltir. : . o a truth of their surrounding '.' That has tei: , the v. f cruoh- ar.l the fishwc rm-spmed from the JOHN HLM'.Y ZLVEK, E3.tr. Oftlr AhUU1 rrM Mornlnj- Fpr in 'rtfrii Iadlan J Only I'ipr fcroytMjlnf tb lDlrtuiljn äerrtc La sUs Iiad Ino l.d Ulr: ny tpj tght. OIM:id; 210 W. Coifai At. ,':. r..ilt; of tin.. It was the wail of the real estate -a hen it v: tested that outh lleud improve ! , -rt.vhi ..f its housing condition. Nov it i, thut these 'ndi'i -..ay prevent the government establishing i"! army traunn? srhooi here. Lot no on- think for a minute that L'nede Sam is blind. South Bend doesn't '. army trainir.:- school until it makes Its-elf THE MEL TING POT "Come Take Pot Luck With U Cull at tb o!?..e o: tVrtjone abov nunit.fi aV fo." rtartr.:'ut want.-! h It: ai 0. Aüvert;lsijt. Circulation or eJI.DliL. t tor ;-., :,:,, the man who plcaas silence with re -fer- For ":.n! ;f vu,r r ....... : in the iciochoiia enee r Iii'.'."; coii'.uions n T.:-rt:ini7 protection ro-.- tue T.vL'iil.11! --l. ft:- (uh:y? l1;9?";"1?.3 !--" eMM-n. and is no betti than the suns. l efcoi.- icn! h. -t .. t - ef ;.artrr:.t Uth wblcb joa J The- Inter.-.tat fair mu.-.t V- srloutly interested in f' ticihn. It a-Iirr., L.',, tiitrfa truck linea, all cf i . , , , reoLd to n.jUje TLoi- IUI Lei B-U 21'. ft.i.- Tr.rittcr, o ic the pro. rnrncrt witl- reft-renCG to th-.- SUBSCRIPTION ItATLsr-Mrnlnjr nu i Lili.5 :d;ticn. I ,ra:?'Ir';' schoul th lt is It is tinv, for the city cg! Copy. -J,.-; s.ir,.!,,), I r-j:rred by carrier in outH 1 t.; u,,. rv- from its K thrn v nrifv lr.vf.tf f ek. MrT,to- anl !.t.-.z lldition. dilv ln-ii.aink rfacday. 1 at hai: a htti, :nthe srtad cd its brazt-n hyporrisy. Iter, or llJ jfür ir, -...vn.e. I.Md t ti.e .South Ba4 ! Ll ' 11 f li: "n'1 ' r?lI:U n traiuirg fcohoo,s a.-:d-. liurd to .-it idly :.y, and let th-ftC . iot. and arioji brandh to31ce u ' or.-i .1 in ill. -ii!ir. pfO.-titUtWii, oOot-li; 1-1 ; ITT. t.drli.lno i'AV. Atll V ;"V A. I O'JWUN. 2w i irth at , nw York City, ind Adv. BIdg.. ! J''-,-l- t0 ''uU under our u-et, contlnuing toe Jchjjo. TL Newa-licat- fad-aorg to kcp Ita advertialn i to mV.-u then, and too InduK-nt to t..r.in thorn .'Juan fre from frautulerit inlereprt:sntatlon. Aoy peraon ' xrauacd ttroueb Lutrosase cf aar adarUamcut la this "'- .U ccaapUui. Mir' I EMl'.EI 7. 1'!S. COMPENSATIONS. Th- i 1 ... I O; u i j h i j :tu to mobile- owner ast of tilt M; (jI:TIIN(j IN IO THE V.R. -Ii und. 1 urr...- 1 ::i!.j in -i i: nut vrt in th '.'... r. Nha.t. the;;, i-- '.1 .'i-..nV Mi yhy thu.v; t 1 - 1 . , - on ' , , . at !;,!.-. ...o.'- than Willi. 1 .1. -!rjr it -'rn jijiiPlJi r..ay r -:'.. -t that ti er, arc .vjr.drj eoniper.aationa , iui" liic utrpri'. ation of h jndaj rid in u;. : " v . . j 'J I or tK won't be obliged to tinker around : -pu' .- -.-tan- u ! Th e. It hai, 1 , i '' " he; ojv safeguard tl. ir J - a 1 1 ! . ainl thir !.oni'--. '. has its railroad.- o rwhhued "with freiKt't t t M'-in' n !an ill-nielhnir parage, tilling crease caps und screwing up not.'. He won't have to take, anybody's dust. Iii- engine won't stall 'steen miles from home. He won't have to Iiej on hU back under the car for hours, in a I muddy road. No tires will blow out, ::o battery ko dead. ! He won't have to jppe-ar in police court on Monday. , for sn'-ding. And with the money he saves, he can buy ! Thrift stamps. er cual for the winter. Tin: 111:1101: or lAiion. Bj .Tamos J. Motiinur. Their r.a m jr.aj neer ecr.o down the iorridurs of tame. Their heart. ma ne'1 er thrill to hear their countrymen's acclaim; They do not gJ where irlory wuitfl to crown the hero's brow They n.an the inir-. .-.nd ::re the forg. and follow forth the plow. They a;;k j:o praise for what they do. ;ir.d yet their deeds will shine A.: clear a.-, will 1 1 1 " def-d.: of those alontr the fik'htin' line. For eery soldier at the front has hi. hor hope and heurt Uecaube his comrades o". er here -0 no'ly do their part. Their hands have framed the daunh-ss ships th.it bridge the rolhnrr te. ami bear across the m.eti to gain the triomph yet to be. Tmdr I tbor bwild the mility guns vho;o deep rebounding roar Shall teach the still unrea.-oning Huns the awful cost of war. And -ure will be the ietory. and sure enduring- peace. iiecaut,e wiun war is at tit- worst their labors, never ceate. I.t soot and grime and sweat they toil, but with unwearying will. And with a joy in eery task that l-ode- the foeman ill. And when we read of battles fought, and deeds of glory done, And (Jtrmar. salients driven in, and lerman strongholds won, And of the turning of ;h-j tiJe that yesterday rose red, Til! sometimes men began to think that even hope lay dead. CJive honor to the g'orious troops that in the darkest night That hivtory had over known began their splendid fierht, And honor, too. tin galk-nt men who. midst btir and din. Gave all their hearts and all their toil to help our cause to win. m UV m.: ever ,ee tl-.e:r nanies upon the dnning scroll Tliat shall endure till time shall end the heroes' muster roll. Their deeds are not the bOrt that stand while ages sweep along And li'l the mouth of minstrelsy in t-tory and in bong. "Lach had his humble part to do and all there is to tell 7 I: anything is told, is this that each one did it well. Dut, like the soldiers thai they are, thay answered to the call. A great and glorious army, too and heroes, one and all. A Siamese ship, built in Siam. reached Sun 1 'unciftu " .the oilier uay, with a cargo of rice. That i.5 one of the , 1. 1 -t-i'i uits of that far country's participation in the :1; j 1 il i , t.ja iti iry kX - J r- -1 l ' v 4 v a .-i.Ai e vim u:t of 1 onf :: .. i:i o -VV.K tioti. w hile its great . . 1 i-:i'.ti' ami 1 1 1 :tt ! :i r- -o J. re canal ij' utilized. -'ood product, i.-' " ign! ti- gr. tput. and fov.'d -n -. iw: - oin-iit it. rhi.i indictnitiit lwibt i t addti r It has it. countt : p j.: r. m . ry .-tat--. includii;g In- I I na. Thi j a l.nv Um- f'r 'er -ody to get into tli. j r in earnest, vbanit.., ,t dd a'-u ;end :ii"ft': -:en s 1 hout ftnther pestpo?! n:t nt. ' has large retour1-' and an enlightened ruler, and ! shows signs of buch an awakening as that which started in Japan half a centnry ago. .-'he may yet prove herself g moie tu. :n-dr;Tl ;tlly TO 1)0 I)roU(1 o:- Thc Families of the Atoms BY liAHUHIT 5'. SKRVIS. almo.-t mdeltnite- ! Other Editors Than Oars i THE PRICE OE HONDS. ; 1 ;c k 1 :t. 1 iy dan i i:lü- j ii:üci i . ( Indiana ix dis News.) ; The speech of Sec'y Daniels yesterday was both a ! eulogy of labor tor what it had done and it certainly rucre have be.. n notable ad"amvs Iutdv in tli" mar- lias done much and an appeal to it to do more. Chetr- ... ... 1 - i 1 1 . . .T i-iin A A i f . A. k. V . A. A .J ill A A LA A I j k.AAk.U UA J V v. : pr.ee ol tn" various int.eity loan L.onus. I tie ::ist ' ... . . , , .. j still true that the war can not be won unless cery -c 1:as ti" -a;r- av:i 1' ljar-J n.an. in whatever station of life, does all that is asked at is parti: due to tin- c.ufnt demand for that par- .him. and more. It is no time to be haggling over sup Jar seenritv, b.-'u--.. p m.n. taxable; n.iliionaii es po-ed grievances. What the nation has a right to expect said to be luurg up .,11 the, iau g, t their handls thy saIae tviithfulne.s to duty as that showed by the solciiers in France and Llelgium. Mr. Daniels taid: It is largep- due. h..H..-.tr. to the allied suuc j "A gunner on a destroyer that sunk only on- U-boat ctoriou-, ..it. n.-p.-e has boosted our war I wh;n he. could ha'"e sunk two is öu percent German. 1 . ... . . . . . ....... rr. l with tin-m th.- Ponds of ' iS the soldier ti.at does only hair ins uiKj'. Hie man 1 at hme who is enjoying the comforts of his ow: bed land works only TÜ percent of his full time is J.". percent disloyal." France. The .ds ail along the ,;im our aillj-s. I has often '"cen po".:. il hi! Iii.it r i i e 1 : . .1 1 . . 1 : . . T r - i a- hasj.'t n cessarilv ain In othr words, ooth tmployer and employes must j .1 on our go t rnnn r.t 1 Ation to their real value. An.-eri.-.iii bonds arc never j do even better in the future than they have, done in rth less, than par, l.au-e tin- are the b,.t secuntv lh Vt. Any one can see that the sooner the war is , i won the less costly will it be both in lives and dollars. ;he world and th- :m ,.me w orn tin m i,. sure as the . , Uf, pi-cViuU3 war were the armU.4 i:i the lieM s0 utter. 0 and setting sun. At th- -anie tin... . it is pi. asau j ij- dependent on the workers ut home. They really con- have thi practie.il t . nh-ine of tl e:r value. Just now ( stitute but ono army. The statistics set out in the original l-llV h.iw g.-ne T,.,r. V muv eon- -wIt.-c-i 3 e.ceruay are impressive anu most rncouwuig ntiy expect that all th" rest ill d n'.'ove ku' alter w.ir. if not N-oiKr. i!t,-arli,g .. nice little i-rotit to CaI1 r,w!io the oldtime political speeches." since "no v patriotic i:jl(h rs of tin n;. :t: .id lifion ;o rin- divi- party can claim ati individual right to patriotism. "Our lhit the excellent record can and should be beaten. "I do not see." said the secretary "how any politician "Could you tell us how many rec ognised basic elements there are? A student of the old school claims there are but four, viz: Oxygen, hy drogen, nitrogen and carbon, and that all substances are composed of combinations of tlie.se. According to my information there are at least 0 independent elements which can either be separated into any others or produced by combining others'. If space permits, I believe it might in terest many to read an article on this subject, and to have a lint of the names of elements that science recognize. OSCAU IT. OCICULS, llristol, Conn." There are SI chemical elements now recognized, and although their relative importance varies greatly, when measured by the part that they play in the composition of the ma terial universe, they are as individ uals fundamentally distinct. While recent discoveries indicate the possi bility of a transmutation of some elements into others. 3et this does not abolish the inherent difference between them. Tf a pumpkin could b- changed into a cannon ball, pumpkins and cannon balls, as such, would frtill re main distinct species of things. The possibility of transmutation shows that th? Idea of the "conservation of the elements" may be a mistake, but it does not show that the , various elements, as we know them, are not independent in their properties and qualities. particles by the di fit rent but the Water. .ds collected. sons." he said, "have gone forth to the battlefields. 't'OT as t ii:blii - int aril democrats, hut as Americans." :One ett'ect of this war ought to be a welding together )TH THE' HAU AND WAR TRAINING j of the American people into something like- that broth SOIOOI Ki INYOI VED 'erhood of which prophets and poets have spoken. If " " 1 1 Iiis spirit shall develop we need have little fear to the 'be . Jot ;m " ;J:-; I a -.-oe-.a tion an .-c..rc.:y i ciiunges th.t will certainly eoine after the war which rd to permit in- t ir r. tl.nd famt of the Inter-' the speaker thought would be considerable since with ! V- . . idfi !.! rjf i J i tl -.11 i -. . 1 ' t 1 urutlt Ar t 1 1 fT .. 1... ...... T ... .. 1 . ' .1 1 il. lUi Ii l'CL IMt t 11 l1 ii A Ul IV LilV A. X W LilU , fit .M.'.i.i i.; i."-;-ti i . . v. ill 1:. fi-- s m - - lUtorv o;h ration- ; h. South Ktnd e-f, admin-! -üod oi al! a,-(1 th heater glory of the republic. Mr. , . . Daniels was right when he said that justice would be at'.on s pi lite te.; n r.it.frv F 1; to -e o , ... , . 1 , d--no to property as well as to men, and that, whatever t people will stay av..y. VVliat v.a- pt-td iti th.t j tht. changes might be, the country wouldS not fall into er e-ter.ia;- h.f .!. 'rewind i-.r :non'.h.v. f;e-!tP.o pit of bols-hevikism. Law will be supreme, and 1 gentle hints h.. -o :i l ho fair manage j,;.-:;t da: r. bit to feel it. a- . a fie iOd liicral Ietb.r: . .-e nke that niatiagem-::; 'ot for an instant t.vt u. Lk-rviuer. prernbu.: ef tin n; with, or in hr.e.l ;o . fair us an m. a- ion f tifo 1 : 11 cu en the hads f or(i'r '' maintained, since without these there can be , . ' neither justice nor brotherhood. Nor could there be any ' ' 1 '' ' '" ! Imerty. Indianapolis was glad to welcome the secretary ta b: or umnten- j ol- tt;e raVy, and our people will endeavor to meet fu-.-t.med iiv e.-ai y j t jrt- responsibilities as they have met past ones. in I the spirit of his address. t!.o:glii cf John l! I n . us. beine in CON'THST Or INITIATIV!:. (AshlaiKl, O., In.s.) "U;;t Mala U.e ef ! Ti.e present war is merely a contest of initiativ e. and t . . . . - 1 . , i -i vU'";i '. . i O ' '1 I I'l'o' 'Ulli - i n u (.i'ho 'iv. .uiai i wuik u i iiini.'t, jv n .mv h winu v - rs to the Tore, men whose latent genius and abilities Here is a list of the elements now generally recognized arranged ac cording to their atomic weights. Hydrogen leads the list because its atom is the lightest known, and uranium closes the list because its atom is the heaviest known. After each element :s given its atomic weight expressed in whol numbers and decimal fractions. It will be observed that the weight of the hy drogen atom is not made exactly !. as might have been expected, but j 1.Ö0S. Thl is because, for the con venience of chemical calculations. ; the atomic weight of oxygen has i been tixed at exactly Iti, lnbtead of j 1C-.ST9. which would be the tigurei j ir" the table started with 1 for the ! atomic weight of hydrogen: Hydrogen, 1.00S; helium. 4; lithium, 7: beryllium, 9.1; boron. II; carbor:. 1-; nitrogen, 14.01; ; oxygen. 1C: fluorine, 19; neon, 20; Ucdlum. --; magnesium, -4.32; f aluminium. 27.1: silicon, "S.S: iphosphorus. 31: sulphur, C2.07; chlorine, 3.46: potassium. C9.1; argon, 39.9: calcium, 40.09; scar until recently, it was generally be lieved that atoms were ultimate, indivisible particles. Dut though, we now know that the atom .s com posed of a wonderful system of particles (electrons), smaller than itself, and that it can be broken up. yet the fact remains that in the ordinary transformations of chem istry, and in the processes of life and death, there is no change in the atoms themselves. The excessively minute called molecules-, formed combination of atoms of kJnds, may be destroyed, atoms are not destroyed. for instance, consists of molecules, each of which contains two atoms of hydrogen and one of oxygen, and it is possible to break up these molecule? and so put an end to the water, but we cannot put an end to the atoms of hydrogen and oxy gen, which remain the same after their reparation as they were before they combined to form water. When the elements are arranged with regard to their chemical prop erties as well as in the order of their atomic weights, it is found that they form a series of "octaves," like musical notes, every eighth element starting a new group having prop erties similar to those of the mem bers of the preceding group. Cer tain gaps occur in the scries, and some of these havo been filled by "prediction," based on what is call ed the "periodic law;" i. e., the exist ence and the properties of such ele ments have been revealed by th gaps in the table before the elements themselves were found by experiments. 1 -i - i s l .!! 1i ! v I r 1 1 . i 1 1 I ! " i t ' t . T . 1 1- t . lit I iwas heretotore not recognized. Promotions were never he racing committee. -.n buor or. . r cuntenanc- S s0 rapid, either in the business or military life as during j dium. 44.1; titanium. 48.1; vana- j anything of the th.it h U reference t the r.o-.-v s w ith the t ti: -:v.unu been contemplated i the past two years. The demand of the world is fcr the j drum. 31.2: chromium. 52: manga- , .f 4(1 ;,jv uri-di"tion I lo.tn who thinks tor himself, who etanda above the j nese. 3 i.9 C : iron. Z Z.S Z ; nickel. crowd of followers, the man who knws what lie is uS.tiS; cobalt, ,.3.9,; copper, 63,5.; av (! :hat M" Frest . doing, atid goes about it with determination. uner. at. is n;:in,r,..c r .iii.r e ..on. wni rou, , ,,u. uf the greatest barriers of human progress is .. . ,.: :l ub. r . pr- t dttit. A man must have courage and initiative . p. :t t !: t!ongii :t ,-F.l 11 b jv. to a : contrary to precedent, which is -o dear l ! . croo!' e-.tr. the grourai- it t':i- a n arn; .: ctr :tv U i s. to Witt.': '.'a- ; it-atid H' 'hat ;!. 3rced. low c. i r, .o ith la : . :he fair, and i ..- :ro Z to- ra:r ';.'.-. .r.: to be hotbeds of t- er crooks, duris'-r 't of people .'I ' -o- . i : i ;. t.a - . !. w o-- :t i' 'i. tii' a . c II. ; c:t.. .v to.- g imb'.er- n : itne :h. ri atte g i : . o -' . t .it ho..' t-.' the trowd. fl it tliis is merely the qualities of a good bad-;-. a '.oiT w hc can see the benefits to re de- lepatt- ,V'.tl -(1y repudiating M'-nie set eu-tom. and supplanting c are i in it v;,a,j one that more httingly meets the dimand J of t ! . occasion. .No bette r illustration car. be four; i titan m the case of Jee-"phus Daniel-, secretary of the i.avy. Many of the a'lti-iuated systn:s lie elir.iinatcd or discarded, as tile promotion b.- s-i iority and the formal letter w riting ..etw en h.ads of departments. Former prejudices and red-tape ut-a eliminated. The result is known to every Anu ricat;. O i I ! .inc. gallium, 'v.v: ger manium. 7.. Z; arsenic. 74.9t: s-deii-ion. 7?.2; bromine. 79.32: krypton, S.t; rubidium. S3. 43: strontium. 57. C2: yttrium. zirconium. 90. uG; j eolumbium. ';:. Z: mo'.ybdium. 96; I ruthenium. lv!.7: rhodium. 102. C; I ,,-!im,, 1ii.t ? i-Hi-pr 111? (: r.iiutn. 112.4: indium. H4.S: t'n. 119; antimony. KG.'-: iodine. 1 20.92: tel lurium. 127.5; xenon, 120.7; CHiutr1., ::2.ül; barium. 127.27; lanthanum. 129; cerium. 140 25: )raseodymium. When the elements are arranged with regard to what is called the'.r "atomic numbers" which depend upon the electrical ci.argts. carried by the nuclei of their atoms tin re are indications that the greatcsi possible number of elements may be 9 2 and no more. But wheti -we go beyond tht range of terrestrial experience we begin to get indications of a different state of things. It htems possible that in the sun some of the elements are per manently changed or broken up, al though the spectroscope gives evi dence of the existence ot" r.O or more of them, showing characteristic iual ties. in the solar envelopes. Fut there seems to be in th sun's corona an element, called coronium. unknown to us on the earth, while in tho vast formte! clouds of faintly luminous gas that lie in various directions in space, another element apparently exists which we lind nowhere except iu these nebulae, and which, it has been suggested, may be a kind of mother clement, whose atoms are capable ol changing to form thoe charac terizing the elements known to u-. This, in a way, would accord with the theory that such nebulae are the t-'trms of future suns and worlds. The name of this mysterious ele ment 5m i:ebullun. i; pi: cii stom . i: PlIAt II Saturday Night Specials The below three specially priced items sold only between 7 and 9:30 tonight House-dress Apron $1.50 Regular $2.25) Ulack an J 'vhitc tripjd Houmi-Jfc'ss Apruns. lijh jj moiiel -vitli rocktM .uid hire collar. Regular S2.25. Sweaters, all sizes, $5 ( $6.75, $7.75, $8.75 ) r-hctEiii J -.vocA. all Nnk .ui.i mercerizjj ,.'i.iii.,r.-. in varioii sibuiv.. izc' to 4t'. Regular Sö.75. S7.75. 5 8.7. A $1 Corset at 69c (Sires 21 to 29 ) -t ccr.'b -v c-'btil 1 cli hv'üc-ä. iiicdinin a;bi .livr'i. i'iD-.. Nil 2 ! " iVo C. O. D.No phone orders No Deliveries. They're Grabbing Those ADVANCE FAIR TICKETS Three (3) for $1.10 (No Extra for War Tax) When down town today step into most any store and buy some bargain fair tickets. Save 70 cents. wnteh their via-r r.ir.ed avd otht rw . TV.e "l:d" .nd . e: v.. a- .t::d J i 1 : .i - .1 ' l ' e j; t , st 1 u put on .u s-e-uth T "-ciatioti 1s int .-.,, :r; dance on the part o: tia- c.ty po'ice niu-t -d. rather than a ha-.-.- igilanci ;f that and rath r th..:. t a i regents claim hav t.. 'f course, it is not to lsVT n rex; bap? the lair' ( ;usl ting ton, la.. Inivrat.) .... . i Our V'-puvdican friends are losing a good deal of vt.'a.eii :slep btcausc Pre; t Wilson refuse to turn the gov -Vo-;0'i- j eminent ov er to them. The Webster City Ireeman c pv-Jsi- I Trh'une is the latent to have spasms l cause Wilson prottvtio:: wha h the iccal jdid not suggest that the governor of South Carolina ap- T ..... l ..y.... . n t ' . . fr ill.. .. n i. -- i ,, iii-v.,t, 1 o h i pu.in a iiijjiiu.. ju ess or .o . ea. 1 iii.i.au, jüc u .s a liv-.C: neody mium. 144. 2: samarium, 120.4: europium. 152: gadolinium, 137. 2: ttrluum, U9.2; dyspro- Isium. t2.5: erbium. 167.4; thulium. lbS.2: ytterbium. 172; lutecium, K4; tantalum. Isl: tungsten, 194; os mium. ir-o.V; iridium. 192.1: plat inum. 19." V.w' W w w V-' -J - I v. ., T U ..0,1 ..AWf.lt-.--'--. -tf ; 1( . 0 Sä jsy Jr . At T rr;.;, Xpevt..U thit Major Citiy.l Iiis trace of ova v now .if. d th.-:. af . ti'.i will th-ir plan-. It Is , cern,-a good .loke. hut illogical. We iio.-.estly thin!; t'nat Woodroa- Wilson i n.oi con- winninir the war juot now than he .. ; .a a :!-.. i sua 1 .i; Ii 1 1 1 i . . , adv guilty ' about .in; othe r thing under the sun. ile Is going to .v u u i ..fi ... .v.... ti ..ait . c t .'..iv.. -:. iy .il. gi- - : his. and what blame :"o: having meroury. 20u: thalliun-i. 20 4; lead, 2 07: bis muth, 203; radium, 22Ö.1: thorium, 222.42; uranium. 2':S.3. This may look like a dry tab!-, but it takes on a ehffermi aspect when we remember that it is a list ot u known families of atoms. A a element cannot be an element unle.va rrett ya- Irflr dm m my pernj&I u of Koxtd Iran". Torrr.cr Hralth Cjm- 'fr.issionfr VVrt. R. Kfrr. cf the City ol Chicago. "Froc my own excfrif nee ;th Nut ated fron I feel it is such ,va!ublf blooJ ard tody bu,M inj preparation lht it cjeht" ; to bt ued. in every hospitaT T and erecnbed by eery thy- ician in the country." NuiateJ Iron kelp to make hea'thier wohnen an-1 atroger, stur dier men. Satisfaction guaranteed cr taoncrj rrfunJcd. At ail (cod drug guts. SeJLrnJe Gold Wedding Ring- 14kt, 18kt. 22Jt FRANK MAYR & SONS JeH-e!er. 2 ' D "SOLE SAVERS . . u . ! V 'V 1 !.. v hi' it. . 1 excluaivtly ol its n particular ol 1 ! ... - 1- w'.II accrue to him lik-wise. Tin mi i n Uli , . O Jv . ; b- .'..a... a ;th I;. Ti.et I...S en no playing roliti.- cr boo.-!lr.t of ! ;..'.r'.!.ir under the u es.nt eontrol of the war dtpuit nint. ;:.. i'ervhinu- was selected for his hih com n.n.I .i i-.-o'.ut Iy or: Iii-; v.ei its. T.h same principle lia .- .-.-.; -.'... a:;o:. ..nd p-.o::i"tIer. 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