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Jump from Bed
in Morning and
Drink Hot Water
Tells why everyone should drink
hot water each morning
Why is man and woman, half the
time, feeling nervous, despondent,
worried some days headachy, dull and
unstrung some days really incapaci
tated by Illness.
If we all would practice inside-bath
Jng, what a gratifying change would
take place. Instead of thousands of
half-sick, anaemio-looking souls with
pasty, muddy complexions we should
see crowds of happy, healthy, rosy
cheeked people everywhere. The rea
son is that the human system does not
rid Itself each day of all the waste
which it accumulates under our pres
ent mode of living. For every ounce
of food and drink taken into the sys
tem nearly an ounce of waste material
must be carried out, else it ferments
and forms ptomaine-like poisons which
are absorbed into the blood.
Just as necessary as it is to clean
the ashes from the furnace each day,
before the fire will burn bright and
hot, so we must each morning clear
the Inside organs of the previous day's
accumulation of indigestible waste and
body toxins. Men and women, wheth
er sick or well, are advised to drink
each morning, before breakfast, a
glass of real hot water with a tea
epoonful of limestone phosphate in
It, as a harmless means of washing
out of the stomach, liver, kidneys and
bowels the indigestible material,
waste, sour bile and toxins thus
cleansing, sweetening and purifying
the entire alimentary canal before put
ting more food into the stomach.
Millions of people who had their
turn at constipation, bilious attacks,
acid stomach, nervous days and sleep
less nights have become real cranks
about the morning inside-bath. A quar
ter pound of limestone phosphate will
not cost much from your druggist or
at the store, but is sufficient to dem
onstrate to anyone, its cleansing,
aweetenlng and freshening effect upon
Hercules and the Countryman.
A countryman was driving his carl
along a road filled with ruts when ont
of the wheels stuck in the mud and
the horses were unabl? to draw the
cart out' of it. The countryctftin al
once began to call upon Hercules tc
help him out of his difficulty.
"Put your shoulder to the wheel,'
raid Hercules. "Whip up your horsei
and help them, for that is the onlj
way to obtain the aid that you want."
They are helped who help them
selves.From the Fables of Aesop, th
Slave. What the Doctor Knows
KIDNEYS MUST BE RIGHT TO
Few people realize to what extent thcii
health depends upon the condition of th
The physician in nearly all cases of ae
rious illness, makes a chemical analysii
of the patient's mine. He knows that un
leas the kidneys are doing their worli
properly, the other organs cannot readily
be brought back to health and strength.
When the kidneys are neglected 01
bused in any way, serious results arc sure
to follow. Therefore, it is particulaily
necessary to pav more attention to th
health of these important organs.
An ideal herbal compound that has had
remarkable success as a kidney remedy ia
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root.
The mild and healing influence of this
preparation, in most cases, is soon real
ized, according to sworn statements and
verified testimony of those who have used
When your kidneys require attention,
get Swamp Root at once from any phar
macy. It is sold by every druggist in hot
ties of two sizes50c and $1.00.
However, if you wish first to test this
great preparation, send ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a
ample bottle. When writing be sure and
Motion this paper.Adv.
"My," said little Alfred, as he
looked up from hjs book, "this sailor
must have been some acrobat!"
"Why, dear?" queried his mothe-
"Because," replied Alfred, "it saya
In the book, 'Having lit his pipe he sal
down on his chest.'"Youth's Com
RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR.
To half pint of water add 1 oz. Bay Ram, a
mall box of Barbo Compound, and oz. of
glycerine. Apply to the hair twice a week
until it becomes the desired shade. Anydrug
flat can put this up or jou can mix it at
borne at very little cost It will gradually
dsrken streaked, faded gray hair, and re
moves dandruff. It is excellent for falling
hair and will make harsh hair soft and glossy
It will not color the scalp, is not sticky or
greasy, and does not rub oil.Adv.
In Backward Borneo.
According to the Horseless Age,
there are only five automobiles in
British North Borneo, and 2,400,000
in the United States Now jou under
stand why there are no gasoline mil
lionaires in North British Borneo
Throw Off Colda and Prevent Grip.
W you feel a cold coming on, take L.AXA-
OTVH BBOMO ^UININH. It rrmoYes cease oi
CM* and Grii*. Only One RROMO QUININH.'
M. W. GBOVBTS signature on b-is. 36c
If a man can afford to ait down and
wait for a golden opportunity to come
-long he doesn't need it.
A Miss Is better than a mile. N
jnaa would care to kiss a mile.
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News of the
European War News
Mere than 90 lives were lost in the
sinking of the French auxiliary cruis
er La Povence, formerly in service as
a transatlantic liner, in the middle
Mediterranean. Four hundred surviv
ors were landed at Milo. while 296 of
the crew have arrived at Malta, ac
cording to an official statement issued
at x^ris. It -i. believed the li er was
Germany's second and greatest sub
marine campaign opened on March 1.
It will te directed against armed mer
chant ships oi the entente powers.
val officials in Berlin expressc" the
beliei that it would be even more suc
cesslul than the campaign which
opened a year ago.
Italy's- act of requisitioning thirty
four of the thirty-sevn German ships
interned in Italian ports, as announced
i- the house of common at London,
is interpreted as corroborating a re
ot that the Italian cabinet has de
cided to declare war on Germany
The Turks are hastily evacuating
the important Black sea port of Trebi
zend and neighboring cities before the
Russian advance, according to Tiflis
dispatches at Petrograd.
British carvalties in all the war
areas tor the month of February
showed a total of 739 officers and 17,-
847 me:i, it was announced at London.
The loss of part of another import
ant pos tion protecting Verdun, a posi
tion almost as important Fort
Douaumcnt, is admitted the official
report given in Paris. Part of the
Cote de Poivre (Peprer heights) has
been seized by the '-aider's troops.
Nuri Bey, brother of Enver Pasha,
Turkish war minister, was killed in
the battle between British South Afri
can troops and Turkish-led tribesmen
in western Egypt, according to a re
port of the fighting leceived at Lon
Germany has addressed a sharp note
to Portugal in protest against seizure
of German merchant vessels by the
Portuguese authorities This measure
is characterized as a violation of Ger
many's treaty rights and the hope is
expressed that Portugal will rescind
The sinking of the hospital ship
Marechiaro near San Giovanni dl Me
dua, Albania, is reported in a dippatcb
to London. The vessel struck a mine.
There were numerous victims.
The Peninsular and Oriental line
steamship Maloja, 12,431 tons gross,
was sunk in the Straits of Dover by
a mine. One hundred and forty-seven
persons perished, of whom 117 were
Lascars. The steamship Empress of
Fort William, while attempting to res
cue the survivors of the Maloja. struck
another mine and sank in less than a
half hour. The crew was saved.
Austro-llungarian troops took full
possession of the Albanian port of Du
razzo, according to an official an
nouncement made at Vienna. Borne
dispatches reported that all Italian
troops have been withdrawn from
A Router dispatch to London from
Petrograd says the Russians have
taken by storm Kermanshah, the im
portant Persian city in the neighbor
hood of which serious fighting recently
has taken plare
Sixty-sc-ven men, women and chil
dren were killed and 317 wounded dur
ing the German air raid on England on
January 31, aays an official statement
issued by the war office at London
An official statement issued at
Vienna says': "The Italians east and
southeast of Durazzo have been driven
to the isthmus west of the Durazzo
lakes. Seven hundred Italians were
Two were killed and two fatally hurt
when an automobile struck a street
car at Milwaukee. Doctor Eisen and
Hans Streaderof were
A quantity pastkilled.in oil the dock
in which the superdreadnaught Nevada
was lying at Quincy. Mass caught fire
aid flames shot up 100 feet about the
warship. The Nevada, however, was
The senate of the Mississippi legis
lature passed the anti-liquor advertis
ir b'H by a vote of 21 to 18. It pro
hibits advertising whisky in the stall
J|n any manner. Governor Bilbo states
that be will tign the mearure.
About a dozen scattered votes were
cast in the municipal primary which
had to be held at East St. Louis, 111.,
under the Illinois law. The total cost
of the election was $2,500. The par
ties will make their nominations by
THE TOMAHAWK, WHITE EARTH, MINK.
Mayor Thompson of Chicago, who
swept into office eleven months ago
by a plurality of 147,000 .otes, war un
successful yesterday in his effort to
sveep the "RpbPl Nine" out of the
Thirteen man are dead and fifty-two
have been brought safely 'io .nine
No. 42 of the Davis Coal and Coke
company, near Kempton, W. Va.,
where a dust 'plosion occurred.
The robbery of four valuable regis
tered mail packages became known at
New York. The packages were stolen
from mail pouches. One of the stolen
packages contained $200,000.
Two men are dead as a result of a
fire which consumed a construction
camp tent at Cleveland, O.
Mrs. Katherine Vance Harrison, fif
teen-year old bride of Charles Har
rison, nephew of United States Sena
tor Charles Culberson of Texas, is al
leged to have confessed that she shot
and killed W. R. Warren, a hotel pro
prietor at Fort Worth, Tex., claiming
that he had wronged her before her
An unidentified negro was lynched
at Cartersville, Ga., after being taken
from jail, where he had been placed
on charges of having tried to break
into the home of Mrs. A. T. Heath.
Robert N. Walters, chief gunner's
mate, and B. M. Bixby were drowned
when a rowboat was dashed against a
pier in Lake Michigan at the United
States Naval Training school at North
More than 100 men at the Edison
phenol plant went on strike at Silver
Lake, N. J., for five cents more per
hour. They were employed in the car
Brig. Gen. Felix Diaz, nephew of Por
fino Diaz, has landed a military expe
dition in Mexico, according to a state
ment made by a close personal friend
of General Diaz at New York. Gen
eral Dia* is now at the head of a
force in the field against General Car
Henry Jiuv.b, the novelist, died in
London alter an illness of more than
two months with pneumonia. Although
he was born in New York In 1843, he
took the oath ot allegiance to Great
Britain July 26. 191 i He was born
April 15, 1843, the son of Rev. Henry
and Mary R. Walsh James
Barefooted and ragged women, many
with babie3 in arms, proceeded from
the quarters of tho working classes to
parliament at Athens, stopped ingoing
deputies and pleaded that the chamber
relieve the distress caused by mobili
zation of the men and nonpayment of
allowances to their families.
A Central News dispatch states that
the Swedish steamship Stockholm,
bound from Gothenburg for New York,
was stopped by a British warship and
ordered into the Clyde, where the mail
was removed and the vessel was re
The Norwegian ship Ander, laden
with coal pit props, has gone ashore
iWashingtond Blyth bay an is a total wreck.
lostinaugurating Witlives Germany her
new program of sinking all armed
merchant ships without warning, Pres
ident Wilson put the matter of Ameri
can rights at sea up to congress at
Washington. In a letter to Repre
sentative Pou tho president urged an
early vote on the resolution propos
ing to warn Americans not to sau on
Fei eral Steamboat Inspectors Rob
ert Reed and C. C. EckiiiT, who placed
the government'* O. K. on the ill
fated Eastland, and who were sus
pended some time after the excursion
boat horror at Chicago, were ordered
reinstated by Secretary licdfield at
The senate at Washington unani
mously ratified tho Haitian treaty
which gives tho United States a vir
tual protectorate over the "black re
public Under the treaty the United
States will organize a constabulary in
the republic and will administer the
finances of the nation.
Germany's interpretation of the as
surances previously given to theUni
ted States with respect to ships not be
ing atacked without warning are ap
plicable only to unarmed merchant
ships and not as being broad enough
to cover enemy merchant vessels
armed for defense and which may use
their armament offensively against
German submarines, according to dis
patches received at Washington from
Germany cud Austria-Hungary havt
answered President Wilson's letter to
Senator Stone by a note presented to
the state department at Washington
by the German ambassador and con
curred in by the Austro-Hungarian
charge d'affaires, announcing thai
their ubmarines will sink on sight
armed merchantmen encountered upon
the high seas.
The senate at Washington confirmed
the nomination of Henry Prathej
Fletcher as ambassador to the gov
eminent of Mexico.
RESUME HEAVY OFFENSIVE IN
VERDUN REGION FRENCH
CLAIM ASSAULTS REPULSED
WITH GREAT LOSSES.
SECOND VERDUN FORT
IS REPORTED TAKEN
Fort de Vaux Falls, According to Un
confirmed German Message
British Claim 800 Yards of
Trenches Retaken Along
London, March 4. The Germans
have resumed their heavy offensive in
the region of Verdun, with the French
everywhere strongly opposing it.
While on most of the front from east
of the Meuse down into the Woevre
region the German big guns have been
activq,, around Douaumont the Teutons
launched several infantry attacks of
extreme violence. This, the French
war office declares, was put down by
the French troops whose fire decimat
ed the enemy ranks. Le Mori Homme,
the Cote du Pivre and the Douau
mont sector particularly, have suffer
ed heavy bombardment.
French Guns Effective.
North of St. Mihiel, the French
guns have been worked effectively
against the German positions. In Al
sace in the region of Seppois a heavy
artillery duel has been In progress.
The British along the Ypres-Com
ines canal have reversed the victory
gained over them Fetiruary 14, by re
taking the 800 yards of trenches which
the Germans captured at that time.
The German mine galleries in the
trenches were destroyed and four of
ficers and 176 men were taken pris
oners. In addition, French guns have
destroyed a German work in the re
gion of Beauvraignes, which lies be
tween the Somme and Oise rivers.
Teutons Claim Gain.
Unconfirmed reports from German
ources said the French had evacuat
ed Fort de Vaux, one of the Verdun
forts, two miles southeast of Fort
The defenses, it Is stated, were
wrecked by German mortar fire. From
the heights south of Douaumont the
French have played steady streams of
shells over the approaches and the
ruins ef the fort and the Germans
have been unable to occupy it.
If this report is true, the Germans
have now wrecked two of the forts
defending Verdun from the northeast,
Fort Douaumont having been destroy
ed by shell fire several days ago. Fort
de Vaux lies five miles northeast of
No mention of the reported capture
was made in the French official re
port. REPORT ON U. S. COMMERCE
Federal Department Says American
Trade Again Taking Normal
Washington, March. 3. American
trade again is taking its normal direc
tion, the commerce department re
ports. While war supplies keep up
their phenomenal figures, lumber, na
val stores and agricultural imple
ments are gaining. They had been
hard hit by the war. Biggest exports
for 1915 were:
Iron and steel, $388,000,000.
The total exports for 1915 were $3,-
486,000,000 against $2,071,000,000 for
1914. T. R. NOT ON ILLINOIS BALLOT
Colonel's Secretary in Letter Says Mr.
Roosevelt Has No Inten
tion of Filing.
Springfield, 111., March 3.Secretary
of State Stevenson has received a let
ter from John W. McGrath, secretary
to Theodore Roosevelt stating that
Mr. Roosevelt "has no intention of fil
ing a petition as a candidate in the
primary of any party in Illinois."
TWENTY ARE KILLED BY
AVALANCHES IN TYROL
London, March 3.A dispatch
to the Central News from Amster
dam says that 20 persons have
been killed and many injured by
avalanches in the southern Tyrol.
British Not Involved in Plot.
Honolulu. March 3.No evidence
has been obtained that the British
government is implicated in the al
leged recruiting plot in which three
arrests were made, according to the
United States attorney. "TheTe has
been no breach of neutrality, and ho
evidence that Great Britain is im
plicated in the plot," he said. "The
only evidence is documentary and in
volves C. D. and W. R. Seligsen in
recruiting soldiers for the Allies. The
third man was a former service man,
employed to uncover the alleged plot,"
LIEF AT CAPI
ADMINISTRATION FORCES MUS-
TER ENOUGH VOTES TO KILL
HOUSE IS EXPECTED TO
FOLLOW SENATE ACTION
Stifling of Sentiment Against Presi
dents Foreign Policy SeenLead
ers Are Confident Greatest
Partisan Debate in Years
Heard in Senate.
Washington, March 4.Out of a
day's development in President Wil
son's fight with congress, crowded to
the utmost with elements of the sen
sational and dramatic, the administra
tion forces in the Senate emerged
with pledges of enough votes to kill,
once and for all, Senator Gore's res
olution to warn Americans off armed
ships ot the European belligerents a*d
demonstrate that Congress stands be
hind the President in his negotiations
Action the Senate, it is believed,
will be followed promptly by stifling
of sentiment in the House against the
President's foreign uolicy.
Greatest Debate in Years.
In one of the greatest non-partisan
debates the Senate has heard in
years, Chairman Stone of the foreign
relations committee declared he was
not accord with the President Sen
ator Lodge, the ranking Republican,
pledged lis support to the President's
determination to secure to Americans
their rights on the high seas, and
Senator John Sharp Williams, just
from a sick bed, delivered a wither
ing denunciation of the President's op
The Senate adjourned until the fol
lowing day when the administration
leaders planned to bring up the Gore
resolution and table it, disposing of It
finally as an embarrassment to the
President in his conduct of diploma
tic negotiations with Germany. They
have found that not more than 23
votes can be mustered against them.
House Leaders Confident.
In the House, where the President
was faced with further delay, the
promise of administration victory in
the Senate gave signs of breaking up
the opposition and the leaders were
confident of similar action there.
While the Senate debated there
came news to the state department
from Berlin which convinced officials
that the contention in Congress was
being deliberately made to weaken the
President's hand in Germany. Confi
dential advices state that reports cir
culated in the German capital as hav
ing come from Washington, declared
that Congress stood five to one
against the President.
AGREEMENT ON ARMY BILL
House Military Committee to Report
Measure for Increase of Fight
ing Troops, Unanimously.
Washington, March 4.Final agree
ment has been reached by the house
military committee on its bill for the
increase of the army and it will be
reported unanimously to the house
early next week.
In round figures the measure would
authorize the formation of an army
composed of regulars, national guards
men and federal volunteers with a
total peace strength of approximately
It provides for a maximum strength
of 170,000 fighting troops for the reg
ular army, for a minimum of 425,000
for the National Guard within five
years and for organization of federal
volunteers through an extension of a
summer training camp idea.
It is estimated that 100,000 men can
be enrolled in the hitter force.
DECISION IN APPAM CASE
State Department Makes U. S. Posi
tion Known to BernstortfContents
of Memorandum Withheld.
Washington, March 4. The state
department has sent to Count Bern
storff, the German ambassador, its de
cision in the case of the British liner
Appam, which was captured by a Ger
man raider and brought into Hamp
ton Roads in charge of a prize crew.
Announcement of the contents will
be withheld at the request of counsel
for the German government, pending
a decision in the libel action brought
by agents of the original British own
ers the federal court at Norfolk.
British Admiralty Orders Public.
London, March 4.The British ad
miralty has officially made public ad
miralty's orders to armed merchant
men, given October 20, 1915, that the
armament of such vessels must be
used solely for resisting an attack by
an armed \essel and for no other pur
pose. As British submarines and air
craft are ordered not to approach
merchantmen, the orders say, the ap
proach to a British merchantman of
a submarine is to be regarded as done
with a hostile intention.
SYRUP OFFIGS FOR
A CMILO'S BOWELS
is cruel to force nauseating,
harsh physic into a
Look back at your childhood days.
Remember the "dose" mother insisted?
oncastor oil, calomel, cathartics.
How you hated them, how you fought
against taking them.
With our children It's different.
Mothers who cling to the old form of
physic simply don't realize what they
do. The children's revolt is well-found
ed. Their tender little "insfdes" are
Injured by them.
If your child's stomach, liver and
bowels need cleansing, give only deli
cious "California Syrup of Figs." Its
action Is positive, but gentle. Million*
of mothers keep this harmless "fruit
laxative" handy they know children
love to take it that it never fails to
clean the liver and bowels and sweet
en the Btomach, and that a teaspoonful
given today saves a sick child tomor
Ask at the store for a 50-cent bottle
of "California Syrup of Figs," which
has full directions for babies, children
of all ages and for grown-ups plainly
on each bottle. Adv.
Mrs. KnickerWhat is your trade?
Weary WillieI shovel rain, mum.
New York Sun.
For hot grease burns apply Han*
ford's Balsam lightly until the Are i
In Different Lights.
"Footlite is convinced that in a yea?
he'll be starring."
"That's all moonshine."
CLEANSE THE PORES
Of Your Skin and Maka It Fresh ancF
Clear by Using Cutlcura. Trial Free.
When suffering from pimples, black'
heads, redness or roughness, smear
the skin with Cutioura Ointment
Then wash off with Cutlcura Soap and
hot water. These super-creamy emol
lients do much for the skin because
they prevent pore clogging.
Free sample each by mail with Book,
address postcard, Cutlcura, Dept.
3oston. Bold everywhere.Adv.
JudgeTwenty-five and costs.
MotoristGee, whiz! There goes
To keep clean and healthy take Dr.
Piece's Pleasant Pellets. They regulate
iver, bowels and stomach.Adv.
Economics of the Rich.
KnickerGasoline is going up.
BockerMaybe we can run the car
champagne and drink oil.
If You Can't Get It In Town.
Someone in almost every town in*
the United States sells Hanford's Bal~
iam of Myrrh. If you can't get It,
write G. C. Hanford Mfg. Co., Syra
suse, N. Y. Price 50c and $1.00. Adv.
"I want to sweep the cobwebs from
"Why not use a vacuum cleaner?"
Not Gray Hair* but Tired Eye
make us look older than we are. Keep
your Eyes young and you will look young.
After the Movies Murine Tour Eyes. Don't
tell your age. Murine Eye Remedy Co.,
Chicago, Sends Eye Book on request.
Said Eve unto Adam. "It gives me
pain to see you walking the floor
with a Cain."
MEAT CLOGS KIDNEYS
THEN YOUR BACK HURTS
Take a Glass of Salts to Flush Kick
neya If Bladder Bothers You
Drink Lota of Water.
No man or woman who eats meat
regularly can make a mistake by flush
ing the kidneys occasionally, says
well-known authority. Meat forms
aric acid which excites the kidneys,
they become overworked from the
strain, get sluggish and fail to filter
the waste and poisons from the blood,
then we get sick. Nearly all rheu
matism, headaches, liver trouble, ner
rousness, dizziness, sleeplessness and
irinary disorders come from sluggish
The moment you feel a dull ache in
:he kidneys or your back hurts or if
the urine is cloudy, offensive, full of
sediment, irregular of passage or at
tended by a sensation of scalding, stop
eating meat and get about four ounces
of Jad Salts from any pharmacy take
tablespoonful in a glass of water
before breakfast and in a few days
your kidneys will act fine. This fa
mous salts is made from the acid of
grapes and lemon juice, combined
with lithia, and has been used for
generations to flush and stimulate the
kidneys, also to neutralize the acids
in urine so it no longer causes irrita
tion, thus ending bladder weakness.
Jad Salts is inexpensive and cannot
Injure makes a delightful efferves
cent lithia-water drink which everyone
should take now and then to keep the
kidneys clean and active and the blood
pure, thereby avoiding serious kidney
He is a wise son who knows that
be knows less than his father.
A dyspetic can eat hi cake and
still believe he has it.