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THE CLAYTON NEWS.
ri.CIAI. Ill, 311 hi ll iv U secured If yon mritllutt lila t niter when vrrltlmr nrmt it now. Many New Lines in Latest Gown IHAJllllNtlS AND XVATÍIII"-. IHIIl.tl'-Al.l.li.N Jl.ÍiÍMÍciu tfs. and Uepaln-iR All orders promptly Hended to P.t 17 Ulh g, Champa. ( I.i:am:iim ami iikii The greatest surct-sam are won in buslae. A IlAHM-s THAININQ open Ike way. Write for 56-paKe catalog. IIAItKKS COMMKIiriAI. SCHOOL IC2.V-I3 Champa St. Denver, Cele. PIANOS I'ianos and player pianos of our own manufacture of every description. Free exchanKe privilege. Lowest prices, reanrinablo terms. Write for a catalog:, prices. TIIK HAI.imiN PIANO COMPANY 1039 Cnllforaln St. Down In licr heart the American woman who loves fashions has been longing for a change. She may rail against this statement as she will. But Just the same, declares a fashion writer In the New York Times, she Is buying the new silhouette with ,tho greatest enthusiasm. All an Interest ed spectator need tlo Is to walk along tho fashionable streets on any pleas ant day to see tlir new silhouette In all Its glory. There are so many new lines In this silhouette that we will have to go Into tho thing jit Bomo length before we fully realize how Interesting each ono of us can look. At first a woman Is anxious when she faces an entire change of her appearance. She won ders If she can ev - ndnpt herself to sisii Up ALL Yr rm t f pi. ana f Dmvk, LsvvMt KxeliMlva llarvr of WevUrn Raw Far In tb World (MUblbhod 1870). IimIIHIIOn Khlpptoff char-, and Kt W muir S t 14 tor MtMr Imcidm DMivr( Ccnmla, la YÜUR NMratrnr Uaxket, udk tb ttisirwt Tur OoUr In Ü fcntira VYnt. Best Traps at Rock I Bottom Prices STEPHENS of DENVER mB Trap. AnbnsJ BalU, nd Boj- 1 WwUrn Tipt un ixmmra moa 7 on m yocn vile lO Dtnra tm á W QUICKCH by dMlliiff lui'n x. xur jjih. rniui iriD CsUlor. A portal card will do. ft Boole alio talla aboot SBOO In .11 sold to M Glvon toTrariMra I lormoiograpni ox uar cut. - Fur Book Freo .11 ' wnin' at nwrr fst ntvr li Tagi ALU FREE asd Shipping E-A-Stephens&fo-j1 8SS- Stephens BaUdlna enver, Colorado, U. S. A. INFORMATION DEPARTMENT Juimncrclul Hmulilcs answered am information gladly furnished without cost. Address nny firm nbove. University of Colorado Receives $612,000 Check. Denver. The savings fund of the general hospital und medical school of the University of Colorado Is $012,000 richer by virtue of n check for that amount received by Clark G. Mitchell, of the Bankers Trust Company, regent of the university, from the Rockefeller Foundation of New York City. Six hundred thousand dollars of this sum Is a part of $700,000 promised from the Rockefeller Foundation as a gift for medical and hospital needs of Colo rado. The $12,000 is a part of a donation of $50,000 promised by the foundation to tide over the medical school at Boulder, following failure of the legls lature to appropriate the necessary funds. A condition was attached to tho promise of donation by the board of education of tho foundation to tho ef- feet that a like sum be raised among the people of Colorado, which was done, under the leadership of Dr. George Norlin, president of the Uní verslty. of Colorado. Having been assured by Mr. Mit chell that the $600,000 would be con tributed, the Rockefeller Foundation forthwith sent a check for that amount. The remaining $100,000 of tho promised sum will be received In a short time, said Mr. Mitchell. Casket Cloth Used For Gowns. New York. Casket cloth was used for women's gowns and men's evening clothes in 1010 during the shortage of broadcloth, according to testimony jrlven at the trial of a suit for $21,744, brought by N. Becker and Company against Arnstaedt & Co., Inc. The plaintiff alleged that this sum was lost through the failure of the defend' ant to complete deliveries of 400 pounds of casket cloth and that he was forced to buy goods In the open mar ket at a higher price. The Jury re turned a verdict for $10,000. Legacy Left To Mexico City. Bl Puso. A legacy of $4,320,475 has been left the Private Beneficent So ciety of Mexico City by Mrs. Isabel Pesado De MIer, who died recently In Paris, France. Tho society was notified by a Pro bate court of Paris of the bequest, which Is to be used in public charity work. American Consul Tomas O reo eco Jr. of Bl Paso said Mrs. Pesado De Mler owned much property In Mexico. Chicago U. Sued For $10,000. Chicago. Charging that they were refused admission to the Chicago-Pur due football game when they pre' sented tickets purchased from scalp MB. J. McKIroy. C. 12. Fruddun and B. 1). Duggun filed suits for $10,000 each In Superior Court against the Univer sity of Chlcugn. Tho suit. It was said, was based on a recent decision of n California court. Recently the university started campaign against scalpers refusing to accept pasteboards sold by brokers. Man Mauled and Beaten. Lancaster, Pa. Mauled and beaten. his foot crushed, Milton Delchler was found by the police recently. He had been taken out Into the country by men clad like the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan and attacked. $11,000 Paid For Seat New York. A New York Curb mar ket membership sold far a new high price when $11,000 was paid by George S. aoodrlcu for the seat of Ernest IX Welner. TWO FACTIONS CLASH IN ROME ft i r I r -J -1 Wf m - Long, Slim Lines of Mauve Chiffon Draped Over Silver Cloth. the readjustment which the new clothes Involve, but as she steps Into the character, little by little, she finds herself charmed. A thrill en ters her spirit at the prospect of find ing new ways to be attractive. In the shops there are many dresses for the woman who refuses to adopt the longer lines; another collec tion for the woman who has had only temerity to go half way in the adop tion of the newer idea, and still an other collection for the one who Jumps In Joyfully and embraces a theory which must needs become n fact. Now, there Is this bit of advice for the womnn who Is embarking upon the business of acquiring a fall and winter wardrobe. Tho more advanced the model, provided It has all of the elements which make It becoming, the longer It will last, with tho power of proving Itself a satisfaction through the long seasons to follow. If wom an Is too conservative, then she Is always coming to the place where a dress, bought only two or three months previously, looks a little passe and out of fashion. But If sha had purchased In the beginning with a lit tle moro foresight, a little moro cour age and a little more desire to lead Instead of to follow, she would find herself, at the end of three months, still In the lead, Instead of far be hind. And at the end of six months or possibly n year she could have set tled back comfortably with tho nssur once that her gown was still Just right Tli at Is one of tho rules ot good buying, but few women reolly have tho courago to stand on their own nnd .j demand of themselves-that they follow the rule to the letter. There Is still a vnrlcty of straight one-piece dresses which will continue In favor. Ihls type of frock Is not made so long ns tho fuller, flounder ones. It Is longer, of course, than those which havo been nearer the knees than the ankles, but It docs not begin to touch those ankles. It Is, In fact, ubout nine Inches oil tho ground, a very good length for a skirt which Is quite straight nnd does not boast the slightest drapery. Another variety of simple fi ck Is a compromise between' the slim chemise dress uud the extremely full rne. It has a slight drapery on one side, which s( , of pulls tlie skirt Into the air at that one point and relieves the too great continuity of the long, straight effect A great man;- women will like this sort ot frock as their first venture Into the field ot the new silhouette. It wilt help them to get used to the new Idea gradually, with out any sudden upset to their fashion feelings. Some women are too busy and too occupied and too far removed from any rcnlly consuming Interest In fashion to want to bear tlw burden of coming out In lull new regalia. They prefer to go more quietly about the business of changing their style, and to work Into any radical change with a little more ease. . Recently there was an exhibition of fashions for business and professional women which, though It was run-from a brand new angle and for a brand new purpose, still showed many of tho more recent gowns In the conserva tive forms. There were any number of these dresses that started out to be straight nnd ended by having that little draped effect on the side of the skirt which most successfully does tho trick of breaking In the now while carrying out a semblance of the old. There were numerous short coats, too. These were bloused sometimes and at others left to hang loosely from tho shoulders In a flare that was most effective when combined with the longer skirts. They need some thing of this kind to relieve their line and supply a widening of the sit houctte nt one point. The short fur coats nt this show were particularly noticeable, nnd It looks as though they would enjoy a healthy season. Lengthens the Lines. Tho dress Is particularly good for the large woman who may need some thing to lengthen out her lines. It has, first of all, a fitted undcrdress of metal cloth, silver In this instance, then there has been draped over thai foundation a fullness ot chiffon which has the effect that tho more buxom woman Is cternnlly looking for. It Is very well to talk about those with lit tle girlish figures who wear tho puffy clothes and about tho character and charm of them, but there are many of us who cannot ntterapt to go In for anything so extreme. But this frock of which we are speaking tins nil of the lines which are most softening and which help ío .swing the figuro Into the contour of the modern mode. The glrdlo Is low and wide nnd there nre draplngs of the chiffon falling from the sines. uut me bodice Is plain nnd held loosely over a more tightly fitting undcrbodlce. By this means, then, the lines nre 'subdued and the dress Is given that n.ueli-to- be-dcslred slender appearance. Then there Is a rose at the belt, which with Its silver sheen Is In direct ' contrast to the mauve of the chiffon with which the sliver underdrcss is draped, Brocades Are Sumptuous Brocades are as sumptuous as can be. Then, there are all the new weaves of satin and silk and crepe, each vy ing with the other In an attempt to be the most glorious of all evening dress fabrics. Tho velvet brocudes are par ticularly fascinating. The color of a thick, soft, velvet puttcrn against the frailness and thinness of a chiffon background creates an Interesting quality for that material which any other finds difficult to equal. One of the longer, fuller evening dresses is ot taffeta with a skirt that does everything In the way of carry ing out tho character of the thing It sets out to do. It "has, too, many of the newer points which are going to make the evening frocks of this sea son. There are tho little ribbon roses all strung along the quaint, narrow panels of the taffeta skirt. Thero Is the long and fitted bodice and there Is the broad and filmy fichu which stretches across the shoulders lu the most effective way. There Is also, that little ring of ribbon roses Just at the front of the waistline where the bodice and skirt are Joined together. DAIRY FACTS CLEANING OUT TUBERCULOSIS ANTI-SOCIALISTS WIN CONTROL KING ASKS MUSSOLINI TO FORM ministry; REVOLT IS NEAR END CHOSTI SAYS SOUTHERN ITALY IS' ISOLATED FROM REST OF COUNTRY. Irfindon. Reuters Rome correspond ent reports conflict between the i-'us- clstl and Communists u few days ugo. One person was killed nnd several were Injured. Order was quickly restored. After the refusal of Antonio Salundru, former premier, to organize u minis try, the king called on Bnnlto Mussl- llnl, the FiiMclstI lender, to assume the task. It Is expected that Mussolini will arrive soon, und It he accepts the king's Invitation all further need for Fusclsti action will he ended. Their cntrunce Into Rome will be the simple evidence of their victory. Deputy Chostrl, describing tho situ ation. Bald that southern Italy had been Isolated from the rest of the country by bands of Fnscistl, com mnnded by Deputy Curadunnu. If what hits occurred the last few days In Italy can bo styled "a revolu tion," the revolution Is over, and must have disappointed greatly all who havo a classical Idea of such unheav- uls. Benito Mussolini, louder of the Fusclsti, has been Invited by King Victor Knimannel to come to Rome. lie will be Intrusted with the formation of n ministry to lake tho place of the Facta ministry, which withdrew under pressure of this fnr-sprcadlng move ment. With the exception of n small mi nority, nil agree that Mussolini Is ar biter of the situation nnd must as sume power and the responsibility of currying out the program for which the Fnscistl have fought. Professor Mussolini, on receiving the king's Invitation, went first to Lake Garda to see Gnbrlele D'AnnunzIo, the poet-soldlcr, to discuss with him the formation of n new ministry. It Is believed that they reached a complete accord. The announcement that Mussolini had been Intrusted offlclully with tho formation of n cabinet Immediately caused nil agltutlon to subside; the military authorities revoked all prohi bitions Issued, and the Fasclstl, who had occupied tho military fort, Monte Mario, on u hill dominating Rome, re turned It with nil friendliness to the military forces. Much Interest Shown in" Eradication of Disease Prevalent In Msny Eastern States. (Prepared by the United States Department or Agriculture.) In the region that Includes the New Rnglnnd states. New York and Penn sylvania, and New Jersey, there Is ex tensive Interest In the eradication ot bovine tuberculosis. At the Bastera sta'tcs conference on the subject, re cently held, much Information of value to dairymen nnd cattle breeders was presented by stnte and federal sani tary olllclals. Their estimates, based upon the results of actual tests of a large number of herds, show that In some parts of this area nearly SO per cent of the dairy cattle have the disease. It seems to bo most preva lent In tho thickly populated states ot Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island, but Infection Is extensive In New York, New Hampshire, and Ver mont. Pennsylvania and New Jersey herds have about 0 per cent ot dis eased cattle, while Maine has only 2.7 per cent. To theso states, as well as many iithcrs, tuberculosis Is a serious eco nomic problem, but since the disease makes herds unprofitable or greatly re duces their efficiency, It pays to get rid of It. Keeping up a herd of dis eased cows Is Just as hopeless as It Is to malntnln a factory or other busi ness nt a loss from year .to year. Many a dairyman In this area has been fi nancially ruined without knowing tho real cause. Since the plan for getting rid of the disease In definite areas tins been carried out with such success In so A -ousy, Mangy, Tubercular Calf, No Good to Anybody A Calf to Make Growth Must Be Kept Healthy. mnnv pnnnflps. thorn la rpnKnn tn ho. lleve that even In the badly Infected localities It is possible to eradicate the plague and keep It out. Airplanes End Cross-Continent Flight. Washington. Tho two naval air planes which flew from San Francisco to New Orleans for the American Le gion convention urrived at Boiling field u few days ngo on their return flight to the Pacific coast. They are piloted by Naval Ucuts. V. II. Wyntt and O. T. Owen. J. W. Jackson, past president of Golden Gnto Post No. 4, of the American Legion, and Chief Me chanic F. M. Under of the naval nlr service also were aboard. Weeks Asks For Amendment. Washington. Amendments ot the national defense act to Increase the number of sergeants In the army has been usked by Secretary Weeks, In or der that about 1,000 noncommissioned officers assigned as Instructors to the national guard, orgunlzed reserves and training corps units will not have to be cut In rank and pay due to progres sive reductions In tho army. Value of Purebrcds The value of purebred live stock is most noticeable in those cases tn which the cnpnbUlty of the animals Is measured most directly. Among farm antmnls the best Illustration enn bo found In dairy cattle, though careful yearly tests of milk and butterfat production nre rela tively recent affairs. The enor mous differences among dairy cows when given tho same op portunity have been brought out cienrly In n greet number of enscs, and these differences nro strongly Inherited through sire nnd dam. The nveroge produc tion of purebred and grades Is much nbove the average of all milk cows, which Is about 4,000 pounds of milk nnd 1C0 pounds of butterfat per year. and two llttlo bunches ot the same flowers to hold the fichu In place on the tips of tho shoulders. Tho fact Is that nil of the point of this gown are perfectly In har mony with the season's demands and details. They are combined In such a manner that tho dress becomes one symphony of line to be worn wher ever tho occasion demands that for mal gowns shall be worn. It Is an excellent thing for a dancing dress, as there is no question about the man agement of the skirt. It takes care of Itself .as It flutters Its long and grace ful woy about the floor. Another evening dress Is quite the opposite type though Just as smart In Its own way. They are really meant for two different types of women, one for the graceful and drooping type nnd the other for the more girlish face nnd tho rounder figure. Lace and Pearls. A smart gown of blue satin la trimmed with real lace, tho pattern of which Is outlined with pearl beads. CHIC DRESSES FOR SCHOOL GIRLS - Diversity In Fabrics Noted In Collec tion of Froeks Shown In the Apparel Departments. There Is u diversity of fubrlcs to be noted tn the collection of frocks shown In the girls' drew departments ot the stores. In one Instance duo tlne Is the sponsored medium and fash ions attractive little frocks, stressing simule bodices with low waistlines and straight skirts. Flam Is a color chosen in this fabric, and tn one model georg ette In the sume shade forms the sleeves. Crepe roma Is another material which Is used to develop girls' dresses, end one frock which attracts the eye has a finely plaited skirt. The con spicuous feature of the bodice Is the collar, made of net and Valenciennes lace, the collar at one side describing a point. Dresses for. general wear and Ideal for the younav'roUs returning to school are done In Hk and wool mixture. The skirt Is plaited and the bodice Is straight and simple In middy style. Another model, well suited for school wear, chooses navy serge as Its me dium, the material being treated with a border In red. and resembling peas ant embroidery. The border appears nt the side of the dress. Russian fashion.' Many Slips. This season many tunics are be ing made for one foundation slip, g(y. lng the effect of many frocks. Black satin, or gold or silver metal cloth nro most satisfactory as foundations for they give an opportunity for great er variety. For Three Years Up. A charming child frock can be fash ioned with kimono sleeves, with straight seams up the sides, the only iriuuiius iwu uppiiquea roses on eiti -r side of the front with ribbons dangling irm luem. Feminist Assails Women Murderers. Wnshlngton. Feminism Is going to put an end to the feminine crime wave that recently has been taking toll of men's lives. This was the dec laration of Miss Lavlnla II. Kgnn ot Georgia, field worker or the National Woman's party. "Really educated women don't shoot their faithless hus bands or lovers," declared Miss Egnn, "They have too much sense. They can stand on their own feet and fight their own battles." SECOND GRADE CREAM CAUSE Lack of Careful Attention to Separator and Improper Cooling Are Held Responsible. Docs your cream grade number one? If not, It should. Lack of careful at tention to the separator and not cool ing properly usually causes most sec ond grado cream. Raise the quality of butter by keeping your cream out of the grades below. Second grade cream consists of cream that Is too sour to pass as first, that contains undesirable flavors or odors In n moderate degree; that Is foamy, slightly yeasty or slightly stale, or that Is too old to pass as first grade cream. All sour cream containing less than 25 per cent of butterfat shall be graded as second grade. Girl Hurled to Death From Roof. New York. Two new murders, one of a young woman who wus lured to the roof of un office building, police believe, nnd then hurled to her death, and the other of a man whose body was found bullet-riddled and wrapped In a burlap bag and left In the gutter In front of St. Paul's Lutheran church, aro being Investigated by tho police. Tho woman was Identified by Frank Kcmpler as his wife. Clean Milking Practices. Cleanliness in milking should be exercised nt all times. Before milking begins the cow's udder and flanks should be wiped oft, preferably with a damp cloth, In order to prevent par ticles of straw or loose hair getting Into the pall. Future of Young Stock. A great deal depends upon the way tho young animal goes through Its first winter, as to Its future slio and value. French Wine Men to Aid U. 8. Wets, Paris. A large fund reaching many millions of francs has been pledged by the Vine Interests of Kurope to make a "marcHeasT caaiMlBi against prohi bition In the United States and otner countries. Tho fight will be waged throuch the newly organised Interna tional League Against Prohibition, with headquarters In Paris. The Araer laan nninnulirn will he eurrled on In conjunction with the liquor forces of the United States. Average Dairy Cow Feed. The average dairy cow should re ceive 16 pounds of alfalfa hay und some other roughage, along with 20 or 80 pounds of silage If available. Keep the Dairy Cows. Prospects are bright for the man who holds on to his milk cows. Prices are good and promise to remain good. Sample Each Cow's Milk. Take a sample of each cow's milk about three times a month and test It for butterfat with a,Babcock tester. Public Asks Death. Athens. After listening to n public oration by a prominent venizeiist. wno acclaimed the achievements of the ravnlutlon nnd condemned the former regime, a great audience demanded the death of the statesmen now unuer arrest. Watch the Fall Pigs. The man who has reasonably warm quarters for his fall pigs and who gives them the right atten".nn In con nection with feeding can produce pork almost as economically from (all as from spring pigs. WOMEN OF MIDDLE AGE A Trying Period Through Which Every Woman Must Pass Practical Suggestions Given by tho Women Whose Letters Follow Phlla,. Pa. "When I was eong through the Chang of Life I was weak, nervous, dizzy and had head aches. I was troubled In this way for two years and was hardly able to do my work. My friends advised mo to take I.ydl E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and I am very sorry that I did not take It sooner. But I have got good results from It and am now able to do my housework most of the time. I recommend your medicine to those who have similar troubles. I do not like publicity, but if It will help other women I will be glad for you to use my letter." Mrs. Fan nie Rosenstein, 882 N. Holly St. Phlla., Pa. Detroit, Michlgan-"DurIng tho Chango of Life I had a lot of stomach trouble and was bothered a great deal with hot flashes. Sometimes I was notable to do any work at all. I read about Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Comnound in vour little books nnd took it with very good results. I keep nouse ana am ame now to ao an m own work. I recommend your medi cine and am willing for you to pub lish my testimonial." Mrs. J. S. The critical time of a woman's Ilf r usually comes between the years of 45 and 60, and is often beset with an noying symptoms such as nervous ness, irritability) melancholia. Heat flashes or waves of heat appear to pass over the body, cause the face to be very red and often bring on head ache, dizziness and a sense of suffo cation. Another annoying symptom which comes at this timéis an Inability to recall names, dates or other small facts. This is liable tomakea woman lose confidence in herself. She be comes nervous, avoids meeting strangers and dreads to go out alone. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Is especially adapted to help women at this time. It exer cises a restorative influence, tones and strengthens the system, and as sists nature in the long weeks and months covering this period. Let it help carry you through this time of life. It is a splendid medicine for the middle-aged woman. It Is prepared from medicinal roots and herbs and contains no harmful drugs or narcotics. Ltvernois, 2051 Junction Avenue, Detroit, Mich. Lydia E. PinWiam'a Prlvnto Text-Boob upon "Aliments Peculiar to Women" will bo sent you freo tipon request. Write) to tho Lydia K. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lyun, Massachusetts. This book contains valuable information. noN-i urr that coin it continuei Spohn's Distemper Compound will knock tt tn y fry ihort time. At the first ilitn of a cough or cold In your hon. Ira a, tevr riotra of "SFOIIN'S." It will act on th Rtandt, Itmlnato the disease irarm and provtnt fur ther destruction of bodr by dtneaae. "SPOIIN'8" has been the atandard remedr for DISTKMI'EIt, INFLUENZA, I'lNK EYE. CATARRHAL FEVER, COUOHS and COLD 3 for over a quarter ot a rantury. Sold In two Bizet at all drug atorea. 81' O UN MEDICAL COMPANY GOSHKN. INDIANA isordered Stomach Take a good dose of Carter's Little Liver Pills then take 2 or 3 for a few nights after. You will relish your meals without (ear of trouble to follow. Millions of all ages take them for Biliousness, Dizziness. Sick Headache, Upset Stomach and for Sallow, Pimply, Blotchy Skin. They end the mlury of Comllpallan. S,ítor? sáLzg&cC Sm Jl Pul Smtll Do Smill Price' ID i CARTERS I . HITTL.E I llVER I lilSiiUrTn5 A Return Desired. "How wns tho political spcnklnK Inst night, squire?" asked old Hllcy Itczzl dew of Putunln. ''My rheumatlz was hectoring mo so tbat I didn't feel like unending." "Tho Hon. Tilomas Itott pleaded with the voters for a return to the principles of tho glorious Old Party, and " replied Squire Itamsbottoin. "He did, hey? That reminds me: It lie Is In town yet I nm going nround nnd plead with lilm for the return of them ten dollars lie borrowed from me six yeurs ago, when be started for the convention." Kansas City Star. Sure Relief FOR INDIGESTION mctsvpnn Ol 6 Bell-ans S' Hot water Sure Relief .Greeks Evacuate Thrace. Constantinople. The last tralnload of Greek troops have left Thrace. A majority of the Greek population al ready has been eradiated. Building Up Fertility. An easy and simple process for building up fertility In land Is to spread limestone when needed, sow some of the deep rootlni clovers, and plow under, and add raw phosphate as may be needed, ELL-ANS 254 and 754 Packages. Everywhere Hope Against Hope. Therefore It Is of fnlth, that It might bo by grace; which Is ot tho faith of Abraham, who against hope believed In hope, that he might become the fa ther ot many nations. Ilomans 4:10 to IS. SWAMP-ROOT FOR KIDNEY AILMENTS There Is only one raedhine that reallr stands out pre-eminent as a medicine for curable ailments of the kidneys, liver and bladder. Dr. Kilmer's Swanm-Root stands- the highest for the reason that it has proven to be just the remedy needed In thousands upon thousands of distressing cases. Swamp-Hoot makes friends quickly be cause its mild and immediate effect Is soon realized In most cases. It Is a gen tle, healing vegetable compound. Start treatment at once. Sold at all drug storee in bottles of two sixes, medium and Urge. However, if you wish first to test this great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ilinghamton, N. Y., for a ample bottle. When writing be sure and mention this paper. Advertisement. Queer Job. "What do you mean, your Job Is a queer one?" "I'm n bookkeeper for n bookseller." Waterworks Near Completion. Tlio London waterworks system will shortly possess Hie largest reservoir In the world. It hns been under con struction for ten years, and when completed will have a capacity of O.r.00.000,000 gallons. He who smokes last a" .smokes best Wherein our correspondent takes a long shot at Zanesville, O. When wo printed a letter from a smoker who professed a preference for the early morning smoke, apparently we started something. Almost the next mail brought alone a batch of letters, among which the following is a fair sample: Dear Sirs! Will you allow me to tsVt lssu with your A. K. K. from ZancsviUs who In slits thst ths tit pips ot the day la th one smoked right after hrtskf sstt Of course, I hare nolotlmsts knowl edge of local conditions down In Southern Ohio, but up here the msjority of us rec ular pipe smokers hare a decided leaning towards the lsst pipe o( ths érenlas. 1 Tske a night when you sre sitting In front of the fire after the neighbors have gone. Your wife surgeats It is bedtime, and while you admit It Is, you hare a craving for one last smoke. Bhecoeson upstairs and you promise to follow di rectly. But lnstesd you take out your pipe and light up. You smoke slowly and peacefully, calling out at Intervals thst you'll be there In minute. Only Írou don't go until the last ash has died a the bowl of your pipe. - That's my Idea ot ths best smoke of thsdsy. Or suppose you're been out to a sun. formal party where aU they gave you were etrera end efomrettM. Yon set horns about 12 O. M take off j-our clad WL.DOUGLAS I5OTÍS8 SHOES Kill are actually demanded year after year uy more people tuanauyotuer siioo in me worm BECAUSE sISLWA' workm&nibJi) thor at ua- qaalfl rrMWn uaimt anrMoii ftbU profit la f uAravateMtt by th prU tump! on TV? pur. 1 un of utlifirtatorT itIm h&r clrsa than eonfldnoo io in luoea ana id in pro. Uotroo aiTorded by Ibo W J DoagUi Trad Utuk. W.Lp0UGLAS!y; Into all of oar 110 ttorMfrt on Mulof profit until tbo iJS'JBTio worva oollart for yon to romomber that whoa you boy tboM tt oir atorot TooriToxLieHXPRorrr. Ho mUUr wbryoa tira iboo it. x Ihmci nmmé tká kimkit ttmmJmrá laWIWMIVaf, Ji-M rttr-f U daalat a eu a imj yon vltb YT.LDoaxlsU ahoM Thayeoat no mora In Ban Frtvnclaeo -tíixatfaay do In NawKDglajul fOMPAflF our T and M M M ft ta frn ! l t tboaawttbjuiy totmtMi. mi or eu aaoao raaaa. MCRCIANT3 oaawuuny itai M m wrlMIe- nwUnl ; f.Umfit liiih wrlM to- nwUnl v riri.ji. rvuf e sr.z,.t'e SHUeeT. rsgs and lump Into something cool and comfortable. Then you Uní your old pipe, hunt up the blue can ot Edgeworth and light up for a real amoko. Yee, sir, for every smoker A. K. K ean produce who lik.ee his after-breakfast pipe best. I'll guarsntee to name a dosen men who prefer the last smoke of the erening. And most ot us are Edge worth smokers, too. Yours very sine rely, (Signed) T.S. Flint. New York. City. Yes, as we suggested above, when wo gave space to an expression of opinion auout which is the best pipe of the day. we started something. But wo are glad to open our columns to friendly discus sions about pipes and smoking in general. Soifyouhsve any particular notions, fads or fancies, send them along. We are taking aneu tral standDoint ourselves, not even acting; as referees In the debate. And if you aren't an Edgeworth smoker, be sure and tell us about it. For we want to send you free samples, Íenerous helpings both of Edgeworth 'lug Slice and Heady-Rubbed. Edgeworth has made friends all over the world. Some omokers may not care for Edgeworth, but those who do, we believe, settle down and never smoke any other tobacco the rest of their lives. Edgeworth is sold in various sises to suit the needs and means of all pur chasers. Both Edgeworth Plug Slice and Edgeworth Keady-Rubbed are packed in small, pocket-eiM packages, In handsome tin humidors, and also in various handy in-between sises. For the free samples address Larua & Brother Company, 44 South 21st Street, Richmond, Va. If you wUl also add the name of the dealer to whom you will go if you should like Edge worth, we would appreeUte that courtesy on your part, To Retail Tobacco Merchants: It your Jobber cannot supply you with Bdgeworth, Larua & Brother Com pany will gladly send you prepaid by parcel poet a one- or two-doen carton ot any siee ot Edgeworth Plug Slice or Ready-Rubbed for the same price you would pay the Jcbbar.