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Cool beads and bright hoes will help. Keep the plow out of the good pastures. A rusty hoe is proof of lack of patriotism. It is not enough to "call a spade a spade." Use ill A Club To Grow Navy Beam Now comes the Navy Bum Club! Ireland Must Be Free London, April 27.-Ia his Guild Hall sprech today Premier Lloyd George appealed to his tudience, and through them to the British people, to lay aside all differences and aid in the settlement of the Irish question. "Ireland." he said, "is the one Let the ftiig fly in the front yard that navy beam should he 1" ''"''I uienacini! nrosDcci on the whole and make the dirt fly in the back nj wcn us potatoes, for tin y ra,lk',liriZlUr j )(,al (() n t0 sink Vuru. along with the potato in ''" I,,,,,.,,,,,,,! ,md unrlv fe.,ill(is for the ine tarmer win uo nis tuny, ; e miked Ins nlea wua Don't disgust him with too "much ding-donging." Carl ANielson. Mm Flora Aven ue, a city engineering in!'?- father of the club It hin u mar theCotintryCl.il) di.-tnet. b.x-ty-third Street and Slate Lnif. Il costs $1 to join. Mr Niflson conceived the Wea It is not enough to get the garden Itch in the spring. You've got to keep scratching all summer. The present agricultural progrum calls fur the planting of tested in stead of guessed-it seed corn. Right now there is need of greenr, grains, grit and gumption and the greatest of these is gumption. The cull is for the farmer who can plow a straight furrow quite as much us for the soldier who can shoot a straight shot. In time of war the private citizen who fails to do his duty is a slack er; the negligent and unfaithful public olliciul. a traitor, Missouri's mark is set for 11 bil lion bushels of corn. With a good season and an honest-to-goodness effort, we may beat it by 50 million bushels, as we did in l'.)J2. The United Slates has ju.-t au thorized the world's greatest wu,r limn 7 billion doliais. The Amer ican former, determined to grow the world s greatest war crop, is striving fur 7 billion bushels . W. L. Nelson, Missouri State Board of Agricultre. Would Save Grain Used for Booze -To The K. C. Star; It is an in sult to the women of the Unhid States to lecture to them on the waste of fond and beg them to economize, to ask them to eat less and feed the little children less in order to save this Nation, and tiieii allow such an amount of grain to be wasted in making bonze to ruin this country Let us save the groin that is worse than wasted in the liquor traffic and economize in the eating of bread late:. Frances G. Barr. innie i ins friends, with the result thai vy Bean Club No. 1. now i- in " fair way to fill its limited in inbiiship. A committee toiup -M-d nf Mr Niel sou. J L Miller and M C. Kieu has reiittd live acres of land I ne rent is $5 mi acre for the m.i.-oii One in eklv, ' ninl ucre III. ill I III'' lmhil A i;k a. und bushel of beans will set and a seed dealer s;ne special rate of SI 1 "it) a laborer offered to prep.u rttnl seed it for SI"' "''1 total expense ot startni-. lUc club i $!)8. and the committee neri.it 1 to sell memberships ai SI e.irh The members of the i i ah i 1 'I'0-'' to care for the crop and n vn it. The beans then will m ui.idni up equally. At present i ' nre selling at twenty-two era: a ; so the club inenibi ( V" i- t amply ripihl Mr. i there are eitflity in ft a r -able near his club's Ira. '. sr clubs might he formed K purpose of a settlement there. 'To have a well knit, powprful empire we must convert Inland fr.nn a suspicious, surly, dangerous neighbor to a cheerful. loyal comrade 'Settlement of the Irish epics' inn is essential for the pence of the world and essential '.o a speedy victory in the war. "I appeal to the patriotism ol all men to sink everything for the one I the j lmrl)se ,,f iiettine this question out of the wny." No part of the prime minister's inspiring speech was more enthusi astically cheered than this appeal. -K. C. Star. NATIONAL WAR CAP "TALKS" Monteneorln "KP," Worn by Prince and Peasant, Emblematical ot Country's History. The round nip. or knpn, thai the Montenegrin soldiers wear is n his tory ot their country in minmturo. The people of Montenegro, writes ii correspondent ol rciirsnn h huve ii snying Hint "Upii talks,' il,..v nr.. not far wrmiL'. it ; H iliiinnl headdress for war, mid it is ll"' r"r I"'""',' and peasant. In color it is " vivid crimson, but it 1ms ,i deep blnrk bor der which IniM's only ii small crown r il,.. r,,H,i,l:iM.,n color visible The blnrk bonier is ll si-rti ol moiiniinK for tl.e terrible Halite, of Kossovo, when the "Id Serbian em- of which Moiitriie-ro wsis n was overthrown h.v the Turks. the Serbian many wiu annini Tlir red crown siirnilics "the pi re. part, and laird A man in his fifties who is 20 pounds over normal weight has a 15 per cent mortality handic ap to face. Should ho be 10 pounds over weight his ehunees ot dyinc uru increased 45 per cent thereby. BABIE8 IN GLASS CAGES. Hospitals are adopting the plan of UsiliK glass eases for babies admitted to the observation wards. As a re sult the children niny bo observed without the necessity of entering their rooms. lCaeh child is supplied with its own utensils, towels, hath, etc. If one baby develops com municable disease it is impossible for it to give it to another. At ,-oine hos pitals, theni are glass chambers enough to uccoiiunodiitc babies rang ing; in age from a few days up to one and one-half wars. its Sun- baby an he don't know in!" ' God knows it's Sunday " "Well, Hid kno-. . this porch ,,.,.(4 scrubbin'!" IIH i lit -aid .vail ,;l,ir S; ir Hoeh Dcr Kaiser "Hoch Der Kaiser" was first pub lished in a Montreal newspaper, signed with a pseudonym It has been ascribed to different nanus, but it is usually accepted as tin work of a Canadian named Ruse, who died a year or two before Cap tain Coghlan's recitation made the poem famous. Der Kaiser of der Faterland Und Gotton high all dings command Ve two ach! Don't you under stand? Myself und Gott. Vile somemen sing der powi r divine Mem soldiers sing "Der Wacht am Rhine" Und drink der health in a Rhenish wine Of Me und Gott. Dere's France, she swaggers all aroundt She uusgespield. of no account, Too much we think she don't amount; Myself und Gott. She vill not dare to fight again, , But if she shouldt, I'll show her blaiu Dot Elsass und (in French) Lor raine, Are Mei:i by Gott. Dere's grandma dinks she's nicht small beer, Mit Boers und such she interfere; She'll learn none owns dis hem isphere But me und Gott She dinks, good frau, fine ships she's got Und soldiers tint der scarlet goat Ach! We could knock tin m! Pouf! Like dot, Myself mit Gott! In dimes of peace brebare for wars, I hear the spear and helm of Mars Und care not for a thousand Czars Myself mit Gott! In fact, I humor efery whim, With aspect dark and visage giiin;i Gott pulls mit Me, und I mit Him Mvself und Gott. 'That day is near a!. . :.. le of the United S; ill s v..., ing a ration fixed hi tie meni." Prof Perry (1. II expert, said the o'li-r bread riotsare enni- .v v ' regulation of prices i- -t Then he unburd n- , in a thing he said n.i Ir . i mind for years I: is r foolishness of 5 on and i,. neighbors. "More than half of , , t that comes into Chic . ' (Iceland Professor lb.-; . say (iO per cent and -till ' the truth. Two thirds goes into our finest ho', e i cut in g n bare. "Much more of it i m.r ally or inefficiently extn day in our higher tbi-s r you can see men buy $1 dinners, eat a part and wat rest carried out F ir twentv c ,t- vvrn- 1, i ' II,- . iiic : in--. f of .i his .'i Hi s J our 'Old .-I.'' i.)l,i v hill firi-hl. ami. . th.it the Mo rainbow, tin day tin gb ri. !-.,' Car l.a s of Voufli's Ciimpaiiion. WEIGHT FACTOR uic ili i uy si. i rmts an I 1 ."() b the i, s a Advcitis'iig Saved Him And now advertising has saved a man from the fallows! He was i.rres'ed in Chicago, and the police forged a chain of circumstantial ivid nee against him tint seeiiud i o seal his doom. His lawyers put an advertisement in the Chicng News, appealing to unknown wit nesses tn come forward and suppiv : tic- necessary evidence to break the livpnthetical police chain. These a it nesses were scattered lu re and there being guests at the Y M. C A .a the night of the murder, alien the accused man claimed to have i .1... I. .o.or I'ltu ml r.rnfttlef.d , . . i .i 1 trarted t1)boiil I .1.. (Ii.r.il iivliliito'ii mill llll-l ' lllin ElUlllllU 11M1,IV, V...M in in was set free. Thus is the fat-, reaching power of newspaper adver- j tis'mg striKingly exemplified. We; are just beginning to see what this lot in of advertising really is From that nut the mist and maze and fog and ,rn jda-t of the theorist we are emt ru ing into the light. When you want lu attain a desired result or senile a lie del tiling, ndienisi! Kven liberty comes when beckoned with printers' ink! -Newspaperdom field of blood" of the same gre.i. light. When Constantinople, fall-, and their hereditary enemies arc finally driven out of Kuropc. then, and not until Ibni. will the Monte negrins remove the black border and wear tin- Lapu all red. On the red crown, ill one corner, ,.r.. (tie si lilieirele.- ill gold. Till SC have tt double significance, symbolize 1!rt th- live cer.tnrie: huve .'nil-ed since lso--ovo They i that wii- SAME HERE. SUlliriclit to Slip- "Is your inron.i ply all your nei-d-'r" "YeK, but it i-ll't nlilliclenl to ply half my want.-.-' PROOF OF IT "Tin you brllr.e Hi a tism?" " "Can vou doubt il ? 1j niurlllnr is behaving Chile May Own Railways Givcramsn lal own-rship of rail ways is proposed in Chile , r mi inission h'H been up;i)intel hy t,.. Chilean gnvernment to nuke ,-, va'.u iti hi of the wjrks cirried on- hu tllu li,. .1,1,. U 'I n ...i. .iiiitui ii i;jow:iy L-ininr tion Citnp iny, in th.; onstructi ,n of the i:--w railway fmai tin; i'rt of Lehh, on the Pacific Cms;, to L S itices, in tic; iir.crior, wi;li a vie v tac, liriag thepri.p-r.y an I term i mttiig the sch'-uii! which h ) xn paral -d for 1 1 :k of capital U,i to I.rie. r.lld. the c i;n;i my !uj S, .m S2.H2"., IK) J. and the tola! tstiin it eicist iniioiiiii to I ()!)) in,-.-. Kvery Soldier Will Want by. !'i- : ;'lill- -r of l,0,,l l!.e obi , ill be 1 HISTRIONIC CONCEIT. in that tin First r ting notice Scroll! Uot iri s t-i Hcture Thousands of s iluiers are b in recuited in the country an I it looks ii- if a million or more s ; ... i.i-i I.;. ,no-, eis will he under arms in the m m. f'-w mouths. Every man euli- n: . 1. I I.:.. ...:n , in,.-. win inn en ii i o. W1- e iv ing behind bun a photo, : lwhich we will distribute grnerr i !y am, n g his friemls and lamil;.. . i,i., is ill; i. j.i , nullity which -iu si, ,.',',, 1 , il i:ia IM DISEASE NATURAL. Surplus or Deficiency of Fl-jsh Is Big Menace to Life at Various Ages of Man. 'l-n't il iii bread to go up: -W, II. if bo il i.- hound to ii- i i in i .,; tunc ' ol the e!i-,r;i: I- ill ok iii Km.itk in c -now -. : lu'lio: the rccrtii' n in lay tne bu-ii jfiplu r has incr, , , i at all. ju t ii r- :n., ir with ti.iir fiii-nl .'isi b re I,.,, r to and ir a f. .: ii iVf 1 ,Vi. tie Hetweeii forty and I'.fty a man who' allows bi wei.-ht lo remain high is running more .hu.gi r of an curly ,!,- , mise than he DIFFERENT ESTIMATES. i-What I !:!. ' ' aid run if be eon- r. What i.- more. if he uere strnkell With tllllt ills- eae his clmnres of recov.-rv would be 10 per cent Irs- than normal. A tnan who is thinner than ti.e average, on his go. Daughter V. is his staying po I Won 1 Chew (juii; During W. High schools pri- .it Akron h ive decided to qnit chewing c itiiig c indy an I confections tin- w.,r is ovi r Its an icon p! in. ;idop',.. ,,! r I'lin i,; il . h. r l..i:.d. could buy a dinner that wmi, I do him more good --and gel a plenty to eat I do it. "The waste food of the United States would feed the Nation. The waste ground, if planted would raise more than we have Hus is the most critical hour ia the history l.lllg'T dying in this 'l,..i.i- than a man wl;,, tips the s ais at il,. iinrtu.il i'-gme. says a writer in tin- Anient an Maga zine. V hen a man is in hi.- twenties n div, v of ".'n pound- in w- -gal tmlUs him U' per cent more liable to fall before the scythe of the nil phi.iihle napcr. A slight surplus f llesh seems to a-.-i-t one in escaping this ts.... iv r..M..n e.aiiiiv ih-ea-es that cau-e death in superintendent of Mari.m comity ! pcriod-principally tuberculosis and Abigail, schools, was a guest of friends here j tvpboid lover. m didn't yo. from Friday until Sunday day'.' " Well, nob Km w the llith, r Need The li'tle girl's II line, bit s. heart was Abigail An I true to traditioiis - in 1 1 a i , 'line c m she wii- busy at house when sll- was iisr,,v graudmoth r ' Why, Abigail, what ar- you do ing?'' exclaimed said grandmoth' r "Si-rubbiu' the porch." answerer net the .t, s .ile'y dutiis re I by her Pr ill, in III I --, n-e i itllf. ii. a i ire u r 'd Registered Jersey Nr -I by (i nnb 1) i:u rub ,, '- ! liull Tor -ale .. ,'s C. ,l lcn Lad. I. b. f Monro. Rt 2. awf a I Otv M . li-1. , know it w is San dy sees me but the One for .- ,1 Hank Slock 1 of ;'r. npiire it shire Ii; of the ccuntry. The titn- ha when we must learn thai i. tablespoons of baked brans w., a cent or two have fund v, ( quel to half a pound of roast I. "Much uf our money is spm' luoil that ones not help us A gd, deal of it really hurts us: is poi to us. The many ways of wusteflil- uess is appalling. In Luiope a child has to clean ist plate. Here a cl fills the plate, takes a few bi and shoves it back with the rem. that it doesn't want it. In the i countries a family can live on $4 $3 a week. Transplant that fan here und it will spend $2U and 31 week. "If the United Slates was a priva tely owned business there'd be ;'in economy man on the j ib quit k. Ine i lue rth lue lib 1 I And this thing is going to be ught uhoiit." bi, Kansas Preacher Resigns to Enlst ..it iiorion, tas., April i;u J he Kif v. J II. Hubbard, pastor of the list Church here, has resigned to t, r the army. He has applied for6 a chaplaincy, failing in which he w''ill enlist.-K C. Star. ' E ; R,?-v. e"u- All the war economy hoiiscwivtficg can put into effect will avail littll so long as their husbands t out ini h,e to buy cigars,'hair tonic and bonz 'e But of course, in the process flif! correcting those evils, the burdiP n' fails again on the housewives. I' a woman s war K. C. Star. rei Th I Mrs. Virgie Gones and son Jddon were vitaiors nere tne later nartl at if WAR Not With Germany. But With The High Cost Of Living 7 stock Uom o of to HOW can we do it? By having on hand a tremendous food dependable merchandise that we are selling lio 75 per cent less than if we bought them today. Silks, Dress Goods, all kinds of Wash Goods, Percales, Ginghams, Muslins, Sheetings, cur tain Goods, Hosiery, Underwear, Shoes, Carpets, Rugs, Lineoleum and Mattings of all description. In fact everything for the home and family at a ..sJrtt present market prices. In our Ladies Coat and Suit Dcpartmcn we have put the knife to the core and now is the time to buy them at almost your own price. E. A. Thompson Dry Goods Co. ...I'O pi la after liltlon. Not ID lnuus ut ' itkc. -dv- auge isudvan .io outset 01 1. Excessive ill cause pop 2. Excessive , sarrnniie bu id restrict tl very tlnu .eedcil. 3. Excessive 0 i the Hiirr ami lie lormmiB I 'n nny e itcesslv I BOliO whleli upon : and I tor, tl lie di'ic nie K. C. Star. I lost week, Wl