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Neglected Colds bring Pneumonia CASCARA m. QUININE - The old family remedy la tablet form rfe, ture, easy to take. No routes no unpleasant after effect. Curta colde In 24 hours Orip In 3 . dare. Money back If It falU. Oct the Senuine. Dox erra !ed Top and Mr. Ilill'a picture co It Z Tablets for 2S. At Any Drug Stora 1 1 fir ussb sircar PBflffflTEB Lnlm LEG bt CUTTtft'S BMCKlta PltU i.oj ri c a. teeth, retublet ptelertedbr wetteie Mock rata. Meant Stelae! Where s3t ... . . Vicenal fall. Write exbcniletuidteetlmeBjtla. u-iaBs.aianiipiKa, 11.00 IHm tkl. BlatslM nut. 14.00 Vm ay Wetter, bt Cotter i tlmpleet end itieeim. Th tuMtiotftr I Cotter product 1 da to om 11 rdet dtnet. JUlBaf I VACCJHSS AND tmtl Insist om Currm's. II UMbobutu, Xb9 Cctttr Libert tory. BtrUitr, Ctflhrali 0 W. N. U., DENVER, NO. 12-1918. Proof Indeed. 'JÉhcy had been discussing friends midYexchnngtng views about them. Suddenly Jones mentioned Brown smlih. t'Oii, he's a line clinpl" broko out Clnrko enthusiastically. "lie's the most: wonderful man I know t" Jones looked startled at the great outburst of pralso and asked In sur prise: "Indeed! How do you make that out.'? "Well," explained Clarke, "before ho got a motorcar ho promised tho usual number of people that he would take them out for runs. And," ho continued, In tones of uwe, "ho actually .kept his promise to everyone of them." New York Evening Post. KIDNEY TROUBLE OFTEN CAUSES SERIOUS BACKACHE When your back aches, and your blad der and kidneys seem to be disordered, go to your nearest drug store and get a bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot. It is a physician's prescription for ailments of the kidneys and bladder. It lias stood the test of years and has a reputation for quickly and effectively giving results in thousands of cases. This preparation so very effective, has been placed on sale everywhere. Get a bottle, medium or large size, at your near est druggist. However, if you wish first to test this preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer fc Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and men tion this paper. Adv. Sterilize Drinking Glasses. Drinking cups nntl glnsses used In restaurants, at soda fountains and oth er places must be washed five minutes in boiling water containing n 5 per cunt solution of lye, according to regu lations promulgated by the California Ktato board of health for the enforcement-of the law governing the sterili zation of drinking utensils. The Hew American Woman. How's This ? We offer 1100.00 for any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is tak en Internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Sold by druggists for-over forty years. .'rice oc 'lesumoniois iree. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Alt It Was Good For. Judge Why did you hurl this hot lie at tho umpire? Fan It wns empty. Boston Globe. Hawaii Is the only plnce under Unit fd States' control where tho humble cent Is not used. THE SPRING DRIVE Our boys are going "Over tho top" and into "No man's land" this spring, No one has any doubt of their ability to net there. There will also be a spring drive on this side of tho ocean, because March is the year's "blue Mon day." It Is the most fatal month of tfie year. March nnd Anrll Is a time when resistance usually Is at lowest ebb. It Is a trying seifson for tho "run-down" man. But medical science steps In, and says, "It need not be" ! We should cui Uvate a love of health, a sense of re sponsibility for the enre of our bodies. Do not allow tho machinery of the body toclog. Put the stomach nnd liver In proper condition. Take Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, to bo had at most drug stores In tablet or liquid form, tnblcts slitv-cents a vlnl. com posed of nativo herbs. This puts tho stomach nnd liver In nroner condition You may be plodding along, no spring, no elasticity, no vim, but as soon as you nave nut the body Into Its normal pnysi cal condition oiled the machinery, as It were you will find new vim, vigor and vital ty within you. A llttio -pep. and we lnueh nnd live. Try It now, Send Dr. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., 10c. for trial package. A little energy will save the day. Tho Drlmo necessity of Ufo I health. With spirit and energy you have tho nowor to force yourself into action. Tho Golden Medical Discovery is the spring tonic which you neea Gave the Slackers a Little Lesson in Patriotism WASHINGTON. A certain Chinese restaurant wns crowded the other night. All the tables were occunled but one. vh pn lti rnmn n mnn In Irhnkl. While waiting for his order he spied nn nutomatlc piano In one corner of tho room. Over he went, pulled a five- cent pleco out of his pocket nd dropped It In the slot. The plnnr Immediately began to play "The Star Spangled Banner." The. soldier stood up straight and looked around the room. Other diners rose to their feet. until all were standing with the ex- ccptlon of a mán and two women who tVpm APfltpfl nf n éaHla nn 4hA .. . . . J i V. vi .lit. U L II CI . Ide of tho room. Tho soldier looked at the seated ones, but his glances did not feme them. They went rlscht ahead talklnc. Mny. be they thought that "The Star Spangled Banner" played on nn electric piano wnsn t tne same thing as the national anthem nlnyed bv the Marine band. But the soldier didn't look at the matter In that light. He walked over to the table or tnose who had remained seated. "See here," he said, In firm but courteous tones. "As long as I wear this uniform I propose to see to It that tho nattonnl pnthem Is respected. I'm going to piny that song some more, ond when It Is played I wont you to stand ,up." The musical Instrument had quite n repertoire. The man In uniform had to feed It a large menl of.nlckcls before It got around to "The Star Spangled Banner" again. When the strains of that song Anally rang out, the soldier stood straight. All the diners arose. Every man and woman stood, this time, while the song ran Its course. Tho soldier looked pleased, but said nothing. He kept feeding money Into tho piano. Every time "The Star Spangled Banner" came nround, every body In the room stood up. Once more the nntlonnl anthem ennio around. This time the man tho two women who hnd refused to stand up In the first place made for the door. The mnn had his hat on. "Attention 1" roared the soldier, In Iones that shook the walls. Off carao the man's lint. And "The Star Spangled Banner" In triumph did flow from beginning to end before they did go. Baby Is Last Representative of Famous Family UT HIL SHERIDAN III, three years old, Is toddling nbout the nursery of his home, 1833 M street northwest, today, at ploy with his baby sister, ap- 7arently oblivious to the fact that on his tiny shoulders rests the burden oí sustaining the fame of a line of Amer uc can flfe'hters that produced such he- Kj) "e liLs roes ns 11,0 iamous Civil war general C . rS2 whose name he bears and Gen. "Mike" Sheridan, the hnrd-flghtlng nnd hard riding brother of General "Phil." This weight of responsibility Is placed on young "Phil" by the deuth of Brig. Gen. Michael V. Sheridan, and that of his father, MnJ. "Phil" Sheridan, the son of the most famous member of tho fighting family. Gen. Michael Sheridan died of heart disease nt the age of seventy-seven years. Ho had oeen the companion of 'Phil" Sheridan In many of his most daring battles. Stnrtlng out In life with the intention of entering the priesthood, ho hnd laid aside the, robes for an army uniform, and In It won distinction that will carry his ñamé far down In the history of American fighters. He was at Apponuitox Court Houso nt the surrender of Gen. Robert E. Lee. At the outbreak of the Spanish war he was appointed adjutant general of the training camp at Camp Thomas, Gn., and was soon made a brigadier general nnd chief of stnff to General Brooks, commanding the Porto Rico expe dttlon. He was In active service there until tho close of hostilities. In 1902 he was retired with the rank of brigadier general, owing to advanced age and Ill-health. He Wanted to Be Quite Sure Everything Was All Right THEIIE Is a well of human interest in connection wun me selective service lnw and Its fulfillment, which has, as yet, hardly been tnpped. Consider those 10,000,000 questionnaires filled out by the registrants of the land. What stories of pathos, humor nnd fact aro contained In those documents! Here Is something that happened at a local board recently, when regis trants were filling out their question He was a poor country fellow. How he got into the city, nnd regis tered, and filled out his questionnaire, s one matter. What he said is an other. After he hnd answered all tho questions, he turned to the lawyer who had assisted hlra and snld : "Now, Is tnat all I have to do with this thing?" "Yes, Just seal it and put It In the mall bos," the lawyer explained again. The registrant still sat. "Yon sny that Is nil I have to do?" ho said, hesitatingly, nt last. "Yes," replied tho lawyer, good huraoredly. "Lick It, seal It up, nnd drop It In the mnll box. That Is all you have to do." But the country boy still sat. After a bit ho shifted In his sent, and snld: "Well, now, you sny all I have to do Is 'lick It nnd seal It und put It In the box.' " It Is to the eternal credit of that lawyer that he never cracked a smile, but encouraged the earnest fellow, who finally went through the door, licking the flap of the envelope ns ho went. Secret of Giragossian's Motor Not to Be Revealed : . 1 - .1 tf1tMAotnH S ...... ........ I .. f , !. - THE mystery HUH IMS SurrOUIluetl uuu(inuoug li i;n:un Jij mieuuuu um Gnrabed Is not to be cleared by tho official tests ordered by congress. The secret of the Invention, If It proves n success, will not no uiscioseu until niter tho war. The Garabcd, Us Inventor . v claims, will bo of great uso as an en- JUJT WArf-JCET &X glue of war, and for that reason he POT CARABEO a3,3 X7 "oca not wlsh ,ts secret to fall Into.tho EKCHIHE SECRET V&Ml2 ,mnus 01 ,,,e Germans. "Ygy &CsjF&jJeC I lve rew KnR,nnI scientists have 7 t V-vJmS- neioro mum tuuuy inviiuiious 10 ue mcmuers 01 me uonru mat win juuge the Invention. Glragosslan will not tell their names. The tests will be held In Boston nnd "very soon" but the exact plnce and exact date the Inventor will not give. He lift Washington to arrange for the tes.ts on Februotjf- 20. The scientists will be the only persons present with Glrngosslnn at tho tests. Itobert Hennéssy, tho Inventor's closest friend and the only man to whom ho has confided the secret of the Garahed, will not be allowed to witness these tests. The board of scientists will be pledged to secrecy. When the tests have been carried out. ii.ev will bo permitted to make ouly one or two announcements. They may say either "It works" or "It has fnlled"-notl.Ing more. rirneossinn approaches the tests with the same absolute confidence that ho has displayed In every step of the long fight to have his Invention tried out hy the government. THE BIG WORK . ; IN THE WAR The War Lord Salutes the Field Marshall. Such Is tho striking title to a well timed cartoon In nn ngrlculturnl pa per, showing tho War Lord In snluto to tho farmer. The meaning of It Is that without the asslstnnco tlint tho farmer renders In the matter of pro viding food for the array the fighting ability of that body would be propor tionally decreased. While the nrmy Is fighting, the farmer Is busy. Tho promptness with which ho sprang Into the breach was a patriotism equal to that of the man who enlisted nnd the farmer's record In this particular wns worthy of tho high record that has become his. All over the United States the appeal Is being met by more production. Fields nre enlarged, Inten sive agriculture has taken the placo of slipshod methods, more cnttlc nre being fattened, more hogs grown, veal nnd lamb have become scarce com modities. This Is nil In keeping with tho food-controller's demands, and with tho heartiness that Is now preva lent, It would seem ns If the require ments of the boys nt the front nnd the allies In Europe would be fully met. Not only arc the tilled acres of the United States being brought Into requisition, but .the wild pnsture lands aro doing tribute with their cnttlc and sheep. Working In conjunction with the United States, Western Canada is also doing Its share nnd n pretty largo share It Is, too. By an arrangement with tho United Stntes Government It will now he possible through Its em ployment bureau to secure for the Western Canada fields such help ns can be spared. It Is thought In this way Cnuada will have Its help to seed Its millions of acres of wheat land fairly well met. The large number of young men of the farms who have enlisted and gone to the front has left many of the Western Cnnadn farms weak In the mnttcr of man power. This means that Cnnnda can take all that tho United States enn spare. The wnges will be good and the housing comfortnble. In addition to this the free home stead lands of Western Canada offer the greatest Inducement to the man with limited means who Is willing to undergo some of the hardships natu rally accompanying this enterprise. There Is also the large nrea of uncul tivated lands that nre wnltlng the mnn with KUfllcIcnt menus to purchase nnd equip. And this Is not expen sive. The lands nre cheap and the terras very rcnsonnble. Equipped with tractor or horse power the cultivation cost Is slight when the return Is con sidered. Yields of wheat varying from 20 to 40 bushels per ncro mny be re lied upon, nnd with n set price of over $2.00 per bushel, It Is an easy matter to arrive at tho cost. Production, In cluding Interest onlnnd, has been esti mated nt figures not exceeding ten dollars nn acre. With a twenty bushel yield, nt n two dollar prlc! forty dol Inrs. Ten from forty nnd you have the profits many fanners made In Western Canada the past year. Tho Dominion and Provincial Gov ernments aro working conjointly In nn Increased production propaganda. Among the Important steps that have been taken to bring this nbout Is the recent order by which It Is made pos sible to take Into Canada tractors that cost fourteen hundred dollars nnd less In the country of production. This will give those residing In the United Stntes, owning lands In Canada, the opportunity to place them under cul tivation nt much less cost than in the past. Another Inducement Is the privi lege of taking sheep and cattle In free of duty. Automobiles form n necessary part of the outfit of a good many farmers that would like to move to Canada. These are now accorded free duty. Provision Is also made that those requiring seed nnd unable to ob tain It In any other way, may get It from tho Government. So from this It will be seen that It Is not only-the fertile lands of Western Canada that Invite the settler, but the ease and cheapness with which n farmer may establish himself. Advertisement. Such a Dear Friend. Ethel Agnes was at tho cat show. Maud As an exhibit? New Haven Jteglster. 80ft, Clear Skins. Nlht and morning bathe the face vith Cutlcura Soap nnd hot water. If '.hero are pimples first smear them with Cutlcura Ointment. For free sam ples address, "Cutlcura, Dept. X, Bos ton." Sold by druggists nnd by mall, Soap 25, Ointment 25 and CO. Adv. Necessary. "Klches havtt wings." "They need V111 to keep up with tho cost of liv ing." Detroit Freu Press. Pr. Pierce's Pellets nre best for liver, bowels and stomach. One little Pellet for a laxative, three for a cathartic. Ad, During the past few years thcro has been n falling off In the yield of tho banana. A spring gun has been Invented for casting fishing lines further than can be dono by hand. When Your Eyes Need Care Try Murine Eye Remedy No Bmartlna Jmt Kya Comfort. (0 cents at Ursgslata or mall. WrlM for Crea Hie Hook. HUUINE KJt USMEDX OiX, CUICAGO WESTERN MINING AND OIL NEWS Wtxltrn Nepaper Union Newi Service. Metal Market Values. New York. Lead, 7.37MtTT.G2V4. Copper $23.1214. Bar Sliver SOc. St. Louis. Spoltcr $7.50. Boulder, Colo. Tungsten concen trates, CO per cent, 20.00 J22.50 per unit. Crude ores, 60 per cent, $22.00 0 25.00 ; 25 per cent, $12.00012.50; 10 per cent, ?9. 40(0)12. 20 per unit. Arizona. Calumet & Arizona February pro duction totaled 2,900,000 pounds of copper, against 4,748,000 In January and 5,816,000 In Dcccnibor. Old Dominion Copper Company, quarterly dividend $1 a sharo, payable March 26, Three months ago tho company declared tho same dividend. Verdo Extension Copper Company declared a regular dividend ot 50 cents and an extra of 25 cents a share, payablo May 1 to stock ot record April 5. James M. Hyde, well known mining man and flotation expert, and Walter A. Scott, counsel for the Miami Cop per Company, have, recently taken out a patent (No. 1,240.665) for "an Im proved flotation process." Colorado. In the year before the war the Unit ed States consumed 250,000 tons of pure potash. The Wellington Mines Company Is keeping both of Its concentration mills steadily at work on oro from the mino. The Fink nnd Casson lease from tho Carolina Company, on blocks 3, 7 and 14 of tho AJax, on Battle mountain, Is shipping ngaln. In the shale region of Colorado pot ash producing aluntto Is easily dis cernible at the baBC ot tho cliffs and .also In the refinery residues. Cripple Creek's output for February, tho shortest nnd one of the stormiest months In the year, reached 82,284 tons of a fire assay value of $869,582. Heirs of the Thomas F. Walsh es tato are planning to extensively do velop a large tract of ground known ns the Roy group on Canterbury hill, Leadvllle. With the distribution ot the March dividend of 10 per cent, or $122,000, the Cresson Consolidated Gold Mining and Milling Company has paid out $6, 051,162.60, which equals 495 per .cent on tho par value of the capital stock, $1,220,000. The concentration mill on the old Monte Clirlsto property, In tho Upper Blue River section, has been put In good condition for operation as soon ns the weather will permit work to be resumed at quarrying tho ore In tho big open cut. The Juno Bug mine, near the head of Gibson gulch, is being steadily worked under a lease by tho Boyce brothers. They recently encountered a streak of iron ore from which as says showing 300 ounces In sliver per ton have' been had. Montana. Anaconda Copper Company's Alice mine has resumed zinc oro production after being shut down since last May. Operations started with a production of 200 tons dally and increasing later. Butto Copper and Zinc Company has Just closed contracts for tho salo of 5,000 tons of manganese ore. The United States Steel Corporation Is the purchaser of 2,500 tons, and the re mainder was taken by an Independ ent steel company. rjW Mexico. Examinations have been made on tho Enterprise mine at Coonoy and it is understood that this property is to be opened up. Erection of the main building of tho Socorro plants at Mogollón has start ed. Framing has beon completed nnd Is now being put In place. . At Mogollón tho Oaks Company Is putting in compressor plant on Deep Down mine. In the meantime devel opment Is confined to third level. Tho Mogollón Company opened a new shaft 900 feet deep this winter, and, already, men are driving drifts front it. The shaft cost $55,000. Tho other companies are driving now drifts boring tunnels, by which now ore comes Into view. The minos In the Mogollón district, ninety miles north of Sliver City, pro duced In 1917, 12,590 ounos of gold, and 723,581 ounces of stiver; all worth $903,000, market price, Jan. 1. It was the product, mainly, of the So corro Mining nnd Milling Company, the Mogollón Mines Company and tho Oaks Company, Wyoming. Platte-Wyoming Compauy has spud ded In on Its tcsfwell near Guernsey, There are now eleven drilling rigs up In the Fossil field, and most of them aro working. Tho Wyatt Oil and Roflnlng Com pany, operating In tho Brcnnlng basin, has brought in a fair producer at a depth ot 300 to 400 feet. Producers and Refiners Corporation has acquired 800 acres In tho Castle, Creek field and is sinking a well In conjunction with tho French Inturcsts. Nerves All Unstrung? Nervousness and nerve pains often como from weak kidneys. Many a per son who worries over trifles and is troubled with neuralgia, rheumatic pains and backache would find relief through a good kidney remedy. If you have nervous attacks, with headaches, backaches, dizzy spells- and sharp, shooting pains, try Doan's Kidney Pills. They have brought quick benefit in thousands ot such cases. A Colorado Case Mrs. A. P. Cerny, 1013 Ninth Ave., Longmont, Colo., says: "My back caused ma a lot of distress, especially when I did anyi heavy housework. I also had head aches that blurred my sight until I could hardly see. As soon aa I start-j ed taking Doan'afj Kidney Pills, thPk pain left my back, and the other trou-r bles tllfiAnneared 1 am sure Doan's have cured me." Got Dean's at Any Storv, 60s a Bos DOAN'S 'ViLV FOSTER-MILD URN CO, BUFFALO, N.Y. Talks Too Much. 'Sir, you do me n great wrong to call me an nddlepatc. You have no scientific Instrument for gauging my brain power." 'I don't need a scientific Instrument for that purpose, sir. You have an Instrument yourself- Hint gives you nwny." "What U that?" "Your tongue." Birmingham Age- Herald. BOSCHEE'S GERMAN SYRUP will quiet your cough, soothe the In flammation of 11 sore throat nnd lungs, stop Irritation In the bronchial tubes, insuring a good night's rest, free from coughing and with easy expectoration in the morning. Made and sold In America for fifty-two years. A won derful prescription, nsslstlng Nature In building up your general health and throwing off the disease. Especially useful In lung trouble, asthma, croup, bronchitis, etc. For sale In nil civil ized countries. Adv. Their First Mention. Bobby, for once, expressed grent In terest In the sermon. "Fancy flying machines being mentioned In thu Bible!" he said. "But nre they?" "Why, didn't the vicar sny Esau sold his heirship to his brother Jacob?" Strny Stories. LEMON JUICE IS SKIN WHITENER CHEAP HOME-MADE BEAUTY LO- TION TO REMOVE TAN, FRECK LES, 8ALLOWNESS. At the cost of n small Jar of ordinary cold cream one enn prepare a full quar ter pint of tho most wonderful lemon skin whltencr nml complexion bcnutl flcr, by squeezing the Juice of two fresh lemons Into u bottle containing three ounces of orchard white. Care should be taken to strain the Juice through a fino cloth so no lemon pulp gets In, then this lotion will keep fresh for mouths. Every womnn knows that lemon Juice Is used to blench n dark ened skin nnd remove such blemishes as freckles, snllowncss und tan nnd Is the ldcnl skin softener nnd bcnutlficr. Just try ltl Get three ounces of orchnrd white at any drug storo nnd two lemons from tho grocer and make up n qunrter pint of this sweetly frag rant lemon lotion and massage It dally Into the face, neck, arras and hands. It Is mnrvclous to whiten rough, red hands. Adv. Important. "The turnover .Is vital to successful merchandising." "In Hint case," snld the baker, "may- bo I'd better put more turnovers In the oven." Louisville Courier-Journal. Some men seem to have married In order to secure n victim to listen to their troubles. Inflamation J Swellings of all klndi In ltrettock ran be qulcklr rmuort br mlng Da. Uatid nooiHTS' Antiseptic Poultice tros One ctcltgs makes tea pounas ot Poultice. Reíd Ike Predial llooe VetcriurUa tmr rm toULt M ikrUe la Cm If no dealer In Tour town, write If, D11M lettrll' Ttl. Co., 100 Crus tniiii, Wukttkt, Wit. " . PARKER'S ' HAIR BALSAM A Colltt prfpvvrtvlloa of tntrtt. ITt.p to tra41eu dandruff. H For Rtatorinff Color ami DMutrtoCraTorFuUdlUIr. too, fcnd ttw at PrtirrlsjU. American Dollar Flag tea fubralB eroof TeSeu.e feet loes, doeele-ulubea lewea Ulpell fneee Uterr er parcel poll ea receipt of fee- CArv nrle. Ilm laeledlBe eole. ball asi calaalt4 kolear, IMU. Sena for tree caiaioane 01 ns ."wiuo.,. ire tee.ee more ena netur nse uu eoeeera la tee orla. trleee lamaee eefore tee wr. AMERICAN F1AC MFC. CO.. tASTOHVPA. Snqulre for the WilsOT NererBrtikTr.ee I Guaranteed J. H. WILSON SADDLERY CO. DENVER STOP YOUR COUGHING No need to let that couch persist. Stop tho Irritation, and remote tickling- and hoarse, riess, by rellcTlnc the InCamed throat with PISO'S \n\n naires.