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THE CLAYTON NEWS.
Get Back Your Health! re 'xi drauiiut around day after day witb a dun bwkacbeT Arc you irtl anil lame niondhg eabject to headaches, ditty spells and thirpiub bing pain? Theft there' surely torn 'lung wrong. Probably it' kidmy wcaknetu! Don't wait (or more nerioua kidney trouble. Get lie your health and keep it. For quick relief get plenty of sleep and exercise and ue Doant Kidney Pills. They lure helped thoutamk. Ask yowr neighbor! A Colorado Cato J. W. Dolln. 1431 B. niver 8t Canon city, oto., myd: "I rauld hrul bend on ar-mmt or the laments and pf.arp, cutting palee r'irouKh tnv bark, and' hipe. My kMneye aeledjl i.-, often aitd thcrcjr wna a red biick-dut-ft. MhQ FtMliniriti in inri fte rt-tlnn. A ni whbnr a i iicd me to tr l-an muney fine, y tiir)d me from tie tart and finally my kldneya be' t jjne strong " Cl Duta's at Anr Store. 60c a Del DOAN'S kpx,dLV FOSTER-MILBURN CO, BUFFALO, N. Y. Bilious Attacks Arc Usually Úue to Constipation When you are constipated, not enough of Nature's lubricating liquid is pro duced In the bowel to keep the fold waste soft and moving. Doctors prescribe Nujol because It sets like this natural lubricant and thus replaces it. Nujol is a lubricant not a mratlfinii nr si?I laxative so cannot gripe. Try it today. msaM&sssmmmm BETTER DEAD Life 13 a burden when the body is racked with pain. Everything worries and the victim becomes despondent and downhearted. To bring back the sunshine take GOLD MEDAL The National Remedy of Holland for over 200 yean; it is an enemy of all pains re nutting from kidney, liver and uric acid troubles. All druggists, three sizes. Look for the name Gold Medal on every boa and accept no Imitation R ATS DUE STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE It &tv kill mice. KODhn. Dralrl 5 obi. cojrot' 8, woIvm, cockroarh, wator bum a.n1 antn A 15c boa contains enough to kill iQ to 100 raU or mice. at It rrom your Irua or if me ral atora dealer today. READY FOR USE-CETTCR THAN TRAPS Let Cuticura Be Your Beauty Doctor Smp 25c, Ointment 25 and 50c, Talcum 25c. Iioutot fact Ion, la nnneteifcry for you cao hve abuudaot hair of thai orí Tlátál aa4a by utiotr Q-Baa Hair Color Rtorrr. Safa m wtlff-try It. At all rood druUU,74 cent. r direct frota HtSSJClLUJ. CW-U, Tna. W N. U. DENVER, NO. 44-1922. 'ay nm bf utiat Q-Baa Hair Coli Southwest Nows From All Over New Mexico and Arizona 1 nltn.tu l nfcHT i.iimiu Dutch airplane inventor, mukiiig Ills llrst glider trinls 111 Knglniid. a Two troops of the l:ieenth United state cavalry making practice march of 430 miles from Itois Field, Arcadia, Cal., to San Francisco. 3 Miss Margaret Crowley of Coltnnbus, O., who goes to Hgypt us private secretary to I'nitcd Slates Minister .1. Morion Howell. NEWS REVIEW OF GURRENTJVENTS Lloyd George Starts Campaign and Bonar Law Forms New British Ministry. as the first step In the restoration of fotelgn exchange. Sir George also wants America to throw open her doors to unrestricted Immigration an unwelcome suggestion In view of our experience with certnln classes if Immigrants In recent years. GERMANY IS TOPPLING AGAIN Threatens Voluntary Bankruptcy and Reparations Body Hurries to Ber lin Daugherty's Dry Ship Rul ing Is Upheld News From the Near East. By EDWARD W. PICKARD Radio Equipment of Airplane. There li.it been Installed on one of the huge Oollnlli biplanes engaged In the ParM-midi'ii aerial service a com bined radio telephone and telegraph equipment of 35 watts antenna output, wlili a sending range of about ISO miles at IKK) meters' uve length. The complete radio equipment, iicconllng to Itadloeleetrlclte. weighs only 12R pounds. An alr-proeller-driven gen éralo'' for six volts and a six-volt stor age buttery supply the necessary cur rent. A three-bulb amplifier Is used for receiving on alt wave lengths be tween !XMi meter ami 1,000 meters. Scientific American. Important to Mother TCxamiue carefully every bottle of CAHTOItlA. that famous old rwoedy fqi infants anil children, and Me that It BIgnatoreof In Use for Over 30 Year.. Children Cry for Fletcher's Caitoria nidnit Have That Twin. Two IriafcUMN wive were old friend .u, tu ih MreM one i lav. "Kuril, I met a man laat week, and. bedatl. I'd have aworn it wan youraeir, ewlil one. -Ami wnan't Itr replied the othr, mn u mi ' willed the flrat. "Hut he a your vary Image, Uarrln' he a trifle urar. I sutmose, now, jm haven't a twin brother a few yean older than youraelfi" During Hot Weather. "It's a eold world." "That's a dead laaue. at present." tVoulavllIe Courier-Journal. DAVID LLOYD GEORGE, forced out of the British prime ministership by the atti tude of the Conservative party, seeks re-election to parliament and return to power. He op poses the radical demands of labor, and advocates the foster ing of friendly relations with the United States and with Rus sia. In this instance especially British politics affects the world at large. Is it your opinion that Britain would be wiss again to put the helm of the ship of state in Lloyd George's hands? T llorcil he has not fulfilled proph ecy hy trying to form n new party, David I.Inyd Ct'nrgc Is making a pretty light for return to parliament and to poucr. He declares his oh Ject it to nccure the dominance of a party or group that will keep the government In a middle couie of safety and moilemtlcm. Ad1reidug a i'iithcrlng of the National Liberal party, he took n firm stund against re cent radical demands of the I.nhir party, and hIko made It clear that one of IiIb chief claims for support was hl8 friendly relations with the United State. He iiai-erted all reasonable concessions must he made to Induce this country to enter the League of Nations, which would be crippled with out It. And he alil Ilrltnln must pay her war debt to the United States In full. "Working with the United States," declared he, "ought to he one of the chief purposes of the govern ment. If these two nations would work together, It would ho the surest guarantee for a Just peace, and a Just peace Is the only lasting pence." The cx-premler's quarrel with the Labor party Is In a way International, for that party. In a manifesto Issued lust week, not only demands the crea tion of a "war debt redemption fund by a special graduated levy on for tunes exceeding G,000," hut nlso de- rlarea for the revision of the peace treaty and German reparations, for an International conferenco to arrange the freedom of the straits, for Inde pendence In Kgypt and self-government In India. Andrew Donar I.nw, having been elected head of the Conservative party. accepted the post of prime minister and on Tuesday announced lils cabinet It la a respectable list of names, with quite a number from the peerage, hut moat of the new ministers are con sidered rather nonentities. The main stay of the cabinet Ik Marquis Cunton, secretary for foreign affairs. Lord Cave, the lord chancellor, and Stanley Italtlwlu, the chancellor of the excheq tier, are men of proved ability. It It taken for granted that IUmur Law will make many changes In the min istry If he la returned to power at the general election, which Is set for No vember 15. He Is a candidate for Ulaagow. and la oppoaed by a Labor candidate and also by Sir George I'slsli, noted economist. 'Hie laat named gentleman Is now In the United States and, addressing the convention of the American Manu facturers' Kxport association, gave a let of economic advice concerning pro ductlon anu traite, lie (voided our government for hoarding gold, and ur&ed that the tariff barriers and other trade restrictions be removed BRING refused the cabinet positions they demanded, the Italian Fas cist! In convention In Naples tunde preparation for militant nctlon that threatened to become revolutionary. Thereupon I'remler Kacta and his cnb- Inet resigned. Former f render Glollt tl conferred with Ilcnlto Mussolini, chief of the I'asclstl, and It was bo- lleed he would be cnlled on to form a new ministry. The Knsclstl nre now he strongest organization In Itnty and uive announced thut they will assume ontrol of the government, legally or itherwlse. GKUMANY, whose mark made a new low record of centa a him- Ired last week. Is again threatening to go Into voluntary bankruptcy by Icfaultlng In her reparations payments In material ns well as In cash. Clutn- ellor YVIrth, whose political life Is in great danger, has begun hedging and now has adopted the slogan of "First iread, then reparations," and has put the problem up to the cabinet. The Socialists are calling for more dras tic measures. Including confiscation if foreign money In the hands of pri vate persons, and on the other hand the bourgeoisie demand the suppres sion of tho decree against speculation and the agriculturists insist on higher olllclal prices for German wheat and corn. The allied reparations com mission went to llerlln to consult with be government. The Ilrltlsh commis sioner. Sir John Urudbury, said he would ote to declare Germany In vol untary default of Its ugrecmcnt if It should refuse to carry out within n reasonable time requests for Internal reforms. This was a considerable concession to the French demands. It may be that In return Frnnce will agree to the Indefinite postponement of the Ilrussels financial conference. leaving the eitlre reparations matter In the hands of the commission. French, Ilclglan and Italian ex change rates dropped sharply Inst week, going to the lowest prices of the year on the New York exchungc. Petitions nre being circulated tit have the Cochlse-Gteeon mall route extended on Into Tombstone, Arizona. The automobile belonging to lit. Wyldcr, of Albuquerque, was com pletely destroyed by fire when it Ig nited during a pleasure ride on the Tijeras road. Workmen from 151 Paso nre busy setting tlie big stills at the Tucum carl oil refinery nnd it Is believed that the plant will be In operation by the first of December. T. S. IJowen, pioneer merchant at Webb, twenty miles northeast of Ills- beo, Aril!., wits burned to death when his Btore, In which the Webb postof- flee was located, was destroyed by fire. 1. K. Ilutler and Paul Hunter, of Clayton, N. M., nre In n hospital at Clayton In a serious condition us the result of burns received at n fire which cume near destroying the Ilutler home. The Sliver Hell Columbia mining tllng story of "wobblles" plots during property, 12 miles southeast of Su the war. He Is W. K. Townsend nnd perIor,.hns been sold to Georgo P. Man says he was the right-hand man of gus of New York, for ?575,O0O, accord W D. Hnywood, heud of the organiza- Ing to announcement by the former tlon. He testllled thnt he and several owners. hundred other wobblles were employed j.;. jr. otero, ranciier of the Mag In the Chicago packing houses and. uelenn (N. M.) country, tundo u ship under orders from the I. W. W., con- mt.nt ot ver 10iooo sheep a few days spired to send to our troops spoiled ,,,,, T10 trilIn contnlncd .'10 cars and and poisonous canned foods. He also ,vcnt . .ilu Western Feedlne comnanv told of subotnge plots on railroads and In harvest fields. .of Colorado, At n meeting of tho board ot regents of the New Mexico State Normal, Prof. A. O. Itowden, of IJaylor college, Hel ton, Texas, was selected ns the presi dent of the Normal, to succeed J. F. Chamberlain. Tho big fair which was held at Whitewater, New Mexico, wus the best ever held In that part of the state. Hundreds of people from Gallup and other points In the southern part of the state attended. According to the report of the oil experts of the Midwest Refining coin- XT AVY DAY was celebrated through- ' out the United Ktntes on Friday which also was the anniversary of the birth of Col, Theodore Itoosevelt. Tho occa'slon brought forth many ap peals for the maintenance of the cfil- elency of the' navy personnel, which, nccordlng to Hear Admiral Rogers. should number not fewer than 110,000 men. To maintain our ratio under the Washington treaty, said the ad miral, we should build fifteen or twenty cruisers of 10.000 tons each In the course of the next fow vears. be- puny, which brought In the big oil well sides Inrco submarines. President In the Shiprock country, the oil la the Harding In a letter to Sccretnry Denby best quality ever round in -New .moxic,o said : "It Is well for us to have In anil poseimy in me wnoio country. mind that under n program of lessen- Hnrwood J. Sfnnnons, vice president Ing navy armaments there is a greater and managing director of the El Paso reason for maintaining the highest Times, died at his home In HI Paso u elllclency, fitness, and morale In this few days ago. Mr. Simmons formerly branch of the national defensive ser- was vice tiresldcnt and ccncral man vice. I know how earnestly the navy- ager ot the 121 Paso and Southwestern personnel Is devoted to this Ideal, nnd railroad. want you tobo ussured of my hearty The T.utle ISutto Amalgamated Mines concurrence. I pmnnnn,. tu iircitnrlnt' to resume devel opment ot its properties near House, pltF.MIF.lt PQINCARE is to send Arizona, taking up the work where the r out Invitations to the Near East United Mines company left off during peace conference, which Is to be held In Lausanne, Switzerland, but at this writing the date of the meeting Is un certain. Lord Curzon, Iirltlsh foreign minister, Insists thut the United Stntes should participate. Italy says that Russia must be permitted to sit In the conference nnd nlso to sign the treaty, nnd France may consent to this In view of her Improved relations with the soviet government. Evacuation of Thrace by the Greek civilians con tinues amid considerable disorder though the allied forces are doing their best to prevent trouble. The Greeks carry off nil they can and often destroy the rest of their posses FED! Yor rk upheld the ruling of the at torney general prohibiting the carry ing of liquors on vessels entering American waters, and the case brought by a number of steamship companies Is now to go before the Supreme court, which probably will not hand down a decision for six or eight weeks. Mean time Secretary of the Treasury Mellon has Informally Instructed his agents not to enforce the order against for eign vessels whoso supplies of liquor aro sealed when they enter our ports. American ships, however, must obey the ruling. The French government has Indicated that It will not comply with the request, presented unolllclally by Ambussadnr Herrlck, that It co operate In preventing liquor smuggling from the St. Pierre et Mtquelon Is lands off the southern coast of New foundland. According to French offl clnls, tho Islanders trade French liquor for food nt Newfoundland and Prlnco Edward Island ports, and do not themselves smuggle the booze Into the United States. It Is said this liquor trading Is essential to the fishermen ot the Islands. SAMUEL aOMPERS. Frank Morri son and James O'Connell, the ex ecutive committee for the national non-partisan campaign of tho Ameri can Federation of Labor, have Issued a manifesto denouncing the present congress ns reactionary and calling on tho voters to "put progress In" at the November election. The appeal says the cougreaa has performed no service for the people, but has "tried by every trick and device to serve pred atory Interests." Its action in re moving the excess profits tax and re ducing the surtaxes and concerning the soldiers' bonus Is especially condemned. TBN members of the I. W. W. are J- on trial In Sacramento for violn tion of the Cullfnrnla criminal syndi calism law, and last week the state produced a witness who told a star the war period, and continuing the shaft to the sulphide ore. At the regular meeting of tho Joe Quescnbcrry post ot .the American Le gion, held at Las Cruces, N. M., the following new officers were chosen : Edwin L. Holt was elected lis post commander, George R. Qtiesenberry was elected us vice-post commander, and Frank V. Lucero was re-elected as post adjutant and finance officer. Dr. It. E. MclSride was the principal speak er of the evening, his subject being "Americanism." A suit in equity Involving the title of the Calumet and Arizona Mining slons. Including crops. The American company to eight of Its most vnluahle Red Cross has announced that it will care for 800,000 of the refugees, Tho press of Athens complains bitterly that the United States Is the only na tion thnt Is giving nld. Georgo Horton, American consul general nt Smyrna, Is on his way home to report on the de struction of that city and tho attend ing clrcutnstnnces. His statement as to the origin of the conflagration Is nwalted eagerly as the payment of In surance may depend upon it. Mr. Hor ton gnve no advance Information as to his report, but In his conversation there was an Indication that he would tell the State department thnt the Smyrna fire was started by looters and not by Turkish soldiers. claims In the Warren district, anil asU tng for an accounting of all ores taken from these claims since 1001, asserted to be valued ut approximately ?50,000,- 000, was filed In federal court at Tuc son, by Patrlckln Julia Cunningham Kennedy and Lyle E. Kennedy, her huáband, nnd Mary Alle'en Cunning ham Morrison and John M. Morrison, her husband. James M. Lennox, former United States commlsloncr at Sentinel, Ariz., was taken Into custody nt Indlanupolls, Ind., In an indictment charging com plicity In an alleged "soldier land fraud," In which ex-service men and disabled soldiers were alleged to have lost approximately ?U,50O,O0O, accord ing to word received ut Phoenix by federal officials. Nearly 110 years ago through causes unknown, two ot the bonds issued by Maricopa county, Arizona, tor the building of a .railroad from Maricopa to Phoenix disappeared and lmve nover turned up blnce, according to Raymond It. Earltart, stute treasurer, and Char les W. Fairfield, state auditor, who, with Attorney C. 11. Wilson, of Flag- stuff, representing four counties In the county oonu case, are now engugoti jn inaklni! nruimrutlon for -the reimburse- -pnu, constitution or tne insn tree ment ot ti10 counties for tho bonds In State was adopted by the pro- accordance with the provisions of the imiiioureui iicuumuuj uuu i enulillug act. xtio missing nontis were was luaen to i,onuon ror approval uy niirt r ., iseuB t $-O0.000 nut forth the new Ilrltlsh cabinet, which cer- ,,y jiarieopu COunty nearly 40 years talnly will not be withheld ns no ag0 ,md Hre numbers HO and IBO of changes that could be offensive to the , ,ggue Klloh bond wus for ?li0oo Kngusn government nave Deen maue an(, wug Iml(Je pnj-uuie to the bearer. Ml IIIO UlUll MB ULMiniVCU U l UUC Ul I .... ... ... , M,a i.tnv,i n mi.,i0tr it.mnn ,io Athletics at the University of Arl vniom u in rinhim tn hnt to nfíor. zone have been placed under the Jurls- Inc from n serious nervous .Unorder ulctlon of u college board of control of and the authorities therefore will not molest him. Ills condition Is so seri ous that a prlost Is In constant at tendance. HpEN big transports steamed out of - the nort of Vladivostok last Wed nesday, bearing all the Japanese troops that have held that city and most of the Japanese civilians as well. The forces of the Far Enstern Repub lic the Chita government at once entered the place and took control. The commander of the Red army Is said to have ordered the British and American marines to leave Vladivos tok nnd all foreign worships to leavo the harbor. tal, f f Bakers Bake It For You no need to bake at home HERE'S yW old-time fa vorite full-fruited rai sin bread with at least eight tempting raisins to the slice already baked for you by master bakers in your city. Simply 'phone your erocer or a neighborhood bake shop and hav: a fresh loaf for luncli or dinner to delight your folks. We've arranged with bak ers in almost every town and city to bake this full-fruited raisin bread. Made with hg, plump, tender seeded raisins. The raisin flavor permeates the bread. You've never tasted finer food. Order a loaf now and count the raisins. Raiiin bread !i a rare com bination of nutritious cereal and fruit both good and good for you. Serve at least twice weekly to get the benefits. Use Sun-Maid for home cook ing of puddings, cakes, cookies, etc. You may be offered other brands that you know less well than Sun-Maidi, but the kind you want Is the kind you know is good. Insist, therefore, on Sun-Maid brand. They cost no more than ordinary raisins. Mail coupon for free book of tested "Sun-Maid Recipes." SUN-MAID RAISINS The Supreme Bread Raisin Your retailer should sell you Sun Maid Raisins for not more than the following prices: Sxdad ((sMoi.ifutir,) 20s" Scdtcts iintS x, rtJfkt.y 18c SMiIad and Scdlts .) lSe CUT THIS OUT AND SEND ÍT Blue VacVagt Sun-Maid Raisin Growers, Dept. N-545-4, Fresno, California Please send tne copy of your free, book, "Recipes with Raisins." Nam e ' Street City Statk Cooking Utensils T" CLEAN For quick results on all metalware use SAPOLIO Cleans Scours Polishes Large cake No waste. Sol Mtaafactartrs Ebocb Mortta's Sobs Co., Ntw York, U.S.A, czoczo 3DCZD 10c Gives Old Capes Glow off New Putnam Fadeless Dyes dyes or tints as you wish "My fair face was my fortune once- But ev'rybidy know JJhat since that box of 'Faultless' came, IMy fortune's in my clolhes.' i Protecting Native Birds. Great efforts nre being madq In the United States to protect the native birds, mainly because of their useful ness as Insect destroyers. One expert says that In the state of Massachusetts birds destroy 21,000 bushels or insects every day, nnd In Nebraska 170 carloads. Human Radio. Neighbor Why do you look so tired rr.d sleepy, MUltcent? Little MUllcent Oh, that now baby nt our house he broadcasts the whole night long. Farm Life. Other birds fight in flocks, but the eagle rights In battles alone. 7 seven members, who have segregated the various activities so that they may be supervised and handled on a more coordinated scale, according to an nouncement at the university. Two men und a girl were arrested recently ut Wlnslow, Arlt, and were held for Denver police on a charge ot stealing an uutomlblle belonging to Capt. T. J. Dillon, of Fltaslmnns hos- Tjiei to Your Eyes Beautiful Eyes,llke fine fv NK noted American died last week v Dr. Lyman Abbott, the vener able editor of Outlook. For many years tie lias been prominent as a nreacher. editor, nuthor nnd Iprturpr. and he was the associate nnd friend of PltBl- according to Cnptaln of Detoc- the greatest Americans of his time. "vea wiisuiugton ninner oi uenver. Carrie llaulle, n farmer living In the AspiriN D MEET TO AID PROHIBITION Eleventh Convention of Women's Chris tian Temperance Union at Phil adelphia In November. Philadelphia. Wearers of the white ribbon of the Women's Christian Tem oerance union, representing nearly ev ery nation In the world, will assemble -. . . . . n .... l .1. Ini riovemoer jwu ui me cicvcuih arid convention ot too organisation Two great object of the convention arai a&aeeaceJ as follows : The en listment nt every civilized country In the world In the antl-llquor cause, and the development ot a determined offen sive against the movement to modify or repeal the united States dry amend ment and statutes." A polyglot prohibition petition which, when rolled up tight, fills seven huge pocking cases, and which contains 8, 000.000 signature set down In more than fifty language, will be unrolled and draped about the hall ot assom blage In the Philadelphia Academy ot Music DoLtrniM from .hronñ lt1 ,m. Vicinity of TexICO, IS In n ClOVlS llOS- . 1, .. .., i ..,i . Dltnl as the result of the accidental .hoT, :;r.rur' r; oww t a pu dunng mt - -- -!,., i, Bi,.r Tlmiatnn Tintilla mil wm Wu,rjr . . prou.omou Houit()n; ,,, on , gtreet and engaged cause and those used for Its enforce- , a arrei ,,Ver the search of some ment now the country is legally dry. r0perty hy the latter, during which Visitors from Finland and Scandlnavl- Ume the pistol of the sheriff fell to an countries, where prohibition ha I the ground, was discharged and the been tried In modified form, will focus I bullet entered the breast nt llaulle. their attention on the enforcement I Cattle shipments from Silver city phase of prohibition, that being the recently have been the heaviest on rec- moat troublesome part of their own ord, o er 1,500 head having been sent Iiwa, I to the markets anu ouiur pastures. SAY "BAYER" when you buy. Insist! Unless you sec the "Bayer Cross" on tablets, you are not getting the genuine -Bayer product prescribed by physicians over 23 years and proved safe by millions foe Colds Toothache Neuritis Neuralgia Headache Rheumatism Lumbago Pain, Pain Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proper directions. Handy "Bayer" boxtabf 12 UeUtawAbo bottles of M an 160-DnsggUU, -Utsis is tie stale ourkW bi Msaifsstws sfnaMtirlMtHi)! t ',