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please* Grand daddy. -Why Bobby* if you wait a bit for it you'll have It to enJoy longer!" TOO-POOI That's 00 argument with WRIGLEYS cause the flavor lasts, anyway!** After every meal One of the poorest excuses we know if is "the woman tempted me." The whole philosophy of the war: fright mnat conquer might. Over 12,000,000 Pounds (400 carloads) per week of beef, pork, and lard, since January 1, 1918. In one week recently we shipped 24,000,000 Pounds(800 carloads) and the demand is increasing. Our profits are limited by the Pood Administration to 9 per cent on investment in the meat depart ments. (This means about 2 cents on each dollar of sales.) No profit is guaranteed. We are co-operating with the Government to the best of ourability. Swift & Company 1918 Year Book, con taining many interesting and instructive facts, sent on request. Address, Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois Swift & Company U.S. A. Hetw teeth* breath* appetite. digestion. The prophet of horror loves to peck at the carrion of the people's hopes. Our home, our birthplace, our na tive land.Southey. Meat is as Necessary as Steel and Ships Food is the first essential of the fighting forces. f The American farmer and the packer have met every war emer gency, and have promptly furnished an adequate supply of wholesome meat No other industry ean claim a better record of war time efficiency. Swift & Company has shipped to the United States Government and the Allied Nations, Personal 1 THE TOMAHAWK. WHITE EARTH, MINN. Happenings of the World Tersely Told U.S.Teutonic WarNews Two German fighting planes were shot down inside the American lines by Lieuts. A. F. Winslow of Chicago an Douglas Campbell of California. Each man downed one machine. Both the enemy aviators were made prison er. One of them was slightly wounded. The Germans continued their efforts to cjyive through to the, third line of the American positions near Apremont forest, northwest of Toul. They made two attacks, both of which fuiled. The enemy's casualties in the four days' fighting are estimated at between 300 and 400. Of this number more than 100 were killed. Capt. James Norman Hall of Colfax, la., and Lieut. Paul Frank Baer of Mobile, Ala., have been decorated with distinguished service crosses for bring ing down five additional enemy air planes, says a Paris dispatch. After repulsing two German attacks on the American positions northwest of Toul, American troops counter-at tacked and recaptured an observation hill. The American troops battled with the Germans all day, infantry and ar tillery participating. The Germans attempted an attack against the American positions north west of Toul just before sunrise and were completely repulsed. Two Ger man prisoners said that the enemy planned the attack with a force of 800 men*, but that It was stopped by the effective fire of the American ar tillery. The Americans lost no pris oners. American marines have landed at Vladivostok,' as well as British and Japanese forces, according to advices received at Harbin from that place. The Americans are In control of the docks, while the Japanese are guard ing the railway and ammunition de pots. "America Is In this war to the fin ish of victory. It has made Its choice. We shall have many days of nnguish, we may lose millions of dollars, but as long as we save our souls America is saved." Secretary of the Navy .Tose phus Daniels made this fervent dedar tlon before 10.000 persons at the In ternational amphitheater at the stock yards in Chicago nt a great "melting pot" Liberty loan .mass meeting. Senator William J. Stone of Mis souri, chairman of the senate foreign relations committee and for many years prominent among Democratic leaders, Is dead at Washington. He had suffered a stroke of paralysis. He was born in Kentucky May 7, 1848. Robert F. Broussard, Jr., United States senator from Louisiana, died at his homo, in New Hberia, from a complication of diseases. The death of Senator Broussard will make It nee essary for Louisiana to .elect two Unit cd States senators next November. Rear Admiral Samuel Pancoast Comly, U. S. N., retired, died in a hos pital at Philadelphia. He was born in 1849. He was navigator on the bat tleship Indian In the Spanish-Ameri can war. European War News The British steamship Alchionus, bound from England to an Atlantic port, was torpedoed by a German sub marine, but managed to make her way back to port, according to information received by reporters. An official note issued in Paris says: "The British and French governments have agreed to confer the title of com mander in chief of the allied armies in France on General Foch." Italy's war expenditures up to March 31 aggregated approximately $7,000,000,000, according to an official dispatch to Washington from Rome. The snm Includes Italy's ten months of neutrality and 33 months of war. The closing scenes of the Finnish revolution may soon be enacted, ac cording to the Indication* in the latest reports to Stockholm from the strife ridden area. A portion of the German fleet DOW Is lying In Helsingfors har bor. Washington The big Amadc&n naval collier, Cyclops, carrying-Si passengers, 15 of ficers and 221 men in her crew, has been overdue ai an Atlantic port since I March 13. The navy department an nounced that she was last reported at a (West Indies island March 4, and that extreme anxiety is entertained as to her safety. The Cyclops was one of the largest and newest colliers in the navy. Her complete cost was $923,000. Scha llenberger's amendment to the new draft bill proposiug to base quotas on total registration and llabll- Preceded by an intense bombard ment of high explosives and poison gas y to military service, instead of upon shells the Germans hurled themselves the number of registrants in class 1, against the American positions north was defeated in the house. The house of St. Mihiel but-were repulsed. The Americans captured some prisoners. The German losses already counted are 34 dead and 10 wounded, who were in the American trendies, and 30 dead in No Man's Land. voted to allow each state and subdivi sion credit on Its quota for military and naval volunteers, including Nation al Guardsmen in federal service. r. a America's reply ,to the recent state ment of the Netherlands government protesting against the action of the United States In taking over Dutch ships, was made public by Secretary Lansing. Mr. Lansing says it was an act of necessity resulting from Ger many's menacing attitude which pre vented Holland from fulfilling her en gagements, and that Instead of nn In justice the step results in real benefit to the Dutch shipowners and people. Senator Stone fif Missouri, chair man of the foreign relations commit tee, was stricken with paralysis when riding in a street car en route .to his office in the capitol at Washington. The government's aircraft program is characterized as "gravely disap pointing," and a drastic reorganiza tion of production machinery was rec ommended in a report by the senate military committee, which charges government officials with misrepresent ing the situation and misleading the' public, and with "procrnstinntlon" and "indecision." Discharge from the federal service of Brig. Gen. Frederick E. Resche of Minnesota, a German-born officer com manding a brigade of the Thirty fourth National Guard division at Camp Cody, N. M., was announced In army orders. With numerous modifications, the senate without roll call passed the sedition bill designed ostensibly to arm the department of justice with more drastic authority in rounding up spies and disloyalists. The measure has already passed the house. Foreign Canada started on Sunday on day light saving in compliance with the new law passed by the Dominion par liament. Official timepieces In virtual ly every city, town and village were advanced an hour nt two o'clock In the morning. According to the Swedish Social Demokraten of Copenhagen the large German battleship Rhineland ground ed near Lngskar Island. It Is reported from another source that. *the Rhine land struck a mine and sunk. The ship Is rated at 18.GO0. a The plan for the proposed self-gov ernment of Ireland was adopted by the Irish convention, 100 to 42, it. was of ficially reported to London by that body. The convention action provides for the establishment of a parliament for the whole of Ireland. Self-govern ment, the report said, tvas to become a law immediately. The Ulsterltes filed a dissenting minority report. The house of commons In London passed the Irish conscription clause of the man-power bill by a majority"of 105. The Hollnnd-Amerlcan line steamer, N|eu hn T]] Amsterdam, from New York, nprJve of th N|eu Domestic of Holland. Arnstor(8Hook Jamh saile0dpassen- from New York March 2 wit 2,00 gers. From Brownsville. Tex., the killing at Tamplco of Gen. Emliano Nafarratl, acting governor of Tamaullpas, Is re ported. He was shot in the back by an unknown assassin. A cyclone which struck north Texas caused damage in several towns, ac cording to information reaching Fort Worth, Tex. The German-American Alliance, which has been the storm center of congressional investigation for some time, will disband and give the $.V),- 000 now In the treasury to the Red Cross. This announcement was semi officially made at Philadelphia. Thomas Welsh, convicted of violat ing the trading with the enemy act, was sentenced to a year and a day In the Atlanta penitentiary by Federal Judge Hand at New York. Howard de Weese, self-styled king of burglars, was sentenced to death at Salt I/fike City In the district conrt. and ordered to be executed May 24. De Woes* was fonnd guilty of the murder of Ids wife. Frank .1. IJynn of fndiana polls, i whose sentence of even years German troops numbering 13.000are I rninpli'itv In the Indianapolis "dyna- now operating along the southern mite conspiracy" rasps. MM commuted coast of Finland, where they already -.vernl days f\zn fcave had several hattles with the Fin- son, was' relcn**^' from the ffflcrs* nish "reds," according to information penitenM:*ry l^avenw rt'i Kan. receive*! v.i Storkhoim. i and lef* '^'-ago. for hy Presid'-nt Wil- Time for Himto Flee. "William." said Mrs. Peckhnm, sternly, "did you ever stop to think .hat some one might steal me when you were away?" "Well," responded the poor husband, with a far-away look, "I was a little alarmed when a horse thief was prowl ing through these parts last week." Mrs. Peckham stiffened up haught ily. "A horse thief, eh?" "Yes. I heard that he carried off two or three nags from this district." And then Peckham made a bee-line for the door. $100 Reward, $100 Catarrh Is a local disease greatly Influ enced by constitutional conditions. It therefore requires constitutional treat ment HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is taken Internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the Sys tem. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE destroys the foundation of the disease, gives the patient strength by improving the general health and assists nature In doing its work. $100.00 tor any case of Catarrh that HALL'S CATARRH MEDICHND falls to cure. Druggists 76c. Testimonials free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Move Right Up. "You haven't enlisted, son." "No, but I'm standing back of Uncle Sam." "Don't stand too far back, buddy," said the older man encouragingly. Louisville Courier-Journal. New Idea. "How queerly pedestrians walk now adays." "Yes you see. the auto honk has naturally brought In the goose- step." BOSCHEE'S GERMAN SYRUP Why use ordinary cough remedies, when Boschee's German Syrup has been used so successfully for fifty-one years In all parts of the United States for coughs, bronchitis, colds settled In the throat, especially lung troubles. It gives the patient a good night's rest, free from coughing, with easy expectoration In the morning, gives nature a chance to soothe the Inflamed parts, throw off the disease, helping the patient to regain his health. Made in America and sold for more than half a century.Adv. Right There. Mother"Professor, Is my son a deep student?" Professor"Nono deeper, ma'am he's always at the bot- tom." An Obstacle. "What's going to keep me from Kiss ing 5011?" "My goodness!" Harvard Lam poon, Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the original little liver pills put up 40 years ago. They regulate liver and bowels. Ad. Of Course. "This article says that we should give our.shoes a day off occasionally." "To rest their weary soles, eh?" Boston Evening Transcript. Many a beautiful Easter bonnet rep resents the milliner's unpaid bill. Wetflnntents1BFluidPfM Qu DROPS rl[nff-CTiii iiil'wiilVII'ilil 'VcOHOL-OrERCENT. similatin^UwFoodbjrBeittUr tinaihcStomadsandBggPtn ThcrctyPromotlniDiiMfaj, (^crfulnessandRestCortaflJ, Mineral. NOTNAHCOTIC jtMouSsMsuntm andFcvcrishncss^ Loss OF SLEEP lacSiiBteSrjnatow"' VOKEtaaa NEW old cCi--* Exact Copy Of Wrapper. PriLwIaa* AI*Pl- FarM "nrIndicatettoabeeace Colorless orrate races NERVE S GAV E OUT Serious Kidney Trouble Had Made Life Miserable, But Doan's Removed All the Trouble. Hasn't Suffered Since. "I had such severe pains In my back," says Mrs. Albert Akroyd, 304 W. Indiana Avenue, Philadel phia, Pa., "that they almost doubled ine up. Many a day I could not do my housework and at every move It seemed as if my back would break in two. My feet and ankles swelled until I had to wear large sized slippers and sometimes I couldn't stand up. "I had dizzy spells and dreadful head aches and fiery flashes passed be- Mrs. Akroyd fore my eyes. Had a heavy weight been resting on my head, the pain could not have been more distress ing. The least noise startled meyl was so nervous. I couldn't control the kidney secretions and the pain in passage was awful. "It began to look as though my case was beyond the reach of medi cine until I used Doan's Kidney Pilla. The first box benefited me and four boxes cured all the trou bles. I have had no further cause for complaint." Sworn to before me, Thos. H. Walters, Notary PuoUc. GetDean'sat An Store, DOAN'yS visa*tBoaaeSO FOSTER M1LBURN CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y. Knew What Baby Needed. Mother happened Into the room just as Willie was making his baby sister sit down in her little chair. The little one strenuously objected, wherupou Willie spanked her. Mother caught hlni by the arm and shook him. "How dare you spank baby?" she cried. "Well," he defended, "she's getting spoiled, and someone's got to have au thority over her." The first sight of love is the last of wisdom. Matrimony Is an optical Institute for the blind. Save the Calves! Stamp ABORTION Out of Yow Herd and Keep II Out I Apply treatment yourself. SmaR expense. Write for free booklet on Abortion, "Questions and Answers". State number or cattle la herd. Dr. David Robtrti Vet. Co., 100 Grand Avium, Wivksttts, Wl. Absolutely Nothing Better than Cuticura for Baby'sTenderSkin Soap 25c. Ointment 25 and 50c. tAr)KER'6 HAIR BALSAM A toilet preparation of merit Help* to oradlettn dandruff. For Restoring Color ana Baantjr toGray orFaded Hair. gtp. and tl.QU at Drugglif. W. N. U., Minneapolis, No. 16-1918. MSTORIA For Infants and Children. Mothers Kno That Genuin Castoria Always Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Yeers CASTORIA As Age Advances the Liver Requires oiraalmul alight etfanulatJoii. CARTER'S g^TE^T LITTLE LIVER PILLS correct CONSTIPATION thebloodfy^ conditio, which will be greatly Iped Carter S ITOnD:IIVaUT of Ironl* _-