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lr n >° ,ni s :n:in . |fpsl> egotistio. Some ■ * Huoo.s were one day before an old lady Wtp” in the slang expres m*y- she met him she out a "congratulatory hand. B“Oh, Mr. Smith,” she cried. “I am nso glad you are better! I heard last week that you had a swelled head.” CARE FOR YOUR HAIR By Frequent Shampoos With Cuticura Will Help You. Trial Free. Precede shampoos by touches of Cuticura Ointment if needed to spots of dandruff, itching and irritation of the scalp. Nothing better for the com plexion, hair, hands or skin than these fragrant supercreamy emollients. Also as preparations for the toilet. Sample each free by mail with Book. Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. XY, Boston. Sold everywhere.—Adv. And No Wonder. “What made that stout woman so furious?” “Just as she was going on the sub way train the gateman sad ‘Both gates, lady.’ ” Grand Prize at Panama-Pacific Expo sition Awarded to Walter , Baker & Co. Ltd. T The Grand Prize for superiority of Co k'oa and Chocolate preparations has been Bawarded to Walter Baker & Co. Ltd., I)or ■ctit ster, Mass. This famous old house has r received 55 Highest Awards at the leading I expositions in Europe and America. Adv. A mother’s fervent hope is that her daughters, when they marry, will do better than she did. Ten smiles for a nickel. Always buy Red Cross Bag Blue; have beautiful, clear white clothes. Adv. The piano practice of a girl is music to her ma only. Makes Hard Work Harder A bad back makes a day’s work twice as hard. Backache usually comes from weak kidneys, and if headaches, dizziness or urinary dis orders are added, don’t wait —get help before the kidney disease takes a grip—before dropsy, gravel or Bright’s disease sets in. Doan’s Kidney Pills have brought new life and new strength to thousands of working men and women. Used and recommended the world over. 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This is because Paxtine possesses superior cleansing, disinfect* in§ and healing properties. fg-~=SL'*> Tor ten years the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. has rec omnended Paxtine in their Mddimß private correspondence with wo me 1 !, which proves its superi- I ||3| orit/. Women who have been I T-S Pa relieved say it is “ worth its weight in gold.” At druggists. 50c.large box or by mail. Sample free. Th« Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass, The Army of Constipation Is .rowing Smaller Every Day. CARTER’S LITTLE LIER PILLS - reponsible they not only give relief they perma- I tKw nentlvcure Con- WITTLE stipation. W 1 river lions I PILLS, them for \\ flaadl Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick Headache, Salloyr Skin. SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE Genuine must bear Signature HAROLD SOMERS, 150 Da Kalb Ave.. Brooklyn, N. T. BROWNELL HflLL’lJSr" Fifty-second year. College preparatory. Certificate right to Smith, Vassar and Wellesley. Advanced courses for High School graduates. Household arts. Music. HISS Kl’PllKaU JOIINSOX, Principal, OMAHA, NKB. as chemWt nd Gold, Silver, Lead, iold, Zinc or Copper, id. M&jjm* sent on applicj^^ru RfeEfcC tJarlnjuat-e AN EPITOME OF LATE LIVE NEWS CONDENSED RECORD OF THE PROGRESS OF EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD. FROM ALL SOURCES 1 SAYINGS, DOINGS, ACHIEVE MENTS, SUFFERINGS, HOPES AND FEARS OF MANKIND. Western Newspaper Union News Service. About the War The British steamship Lomas, bound from Argentina for Belfast with a car go of corn, was sunk by a German submarine sixty miles west of the Scilly Islands. The town of Halicz in Galicia on the Dniester river has been occupied by German troops, according to the an nouncement given ©at by German mili tary headquarters. Servian forces have invaded Aus tria, capturing the village of Mich arskaada, forty miles west of Bel grade, the war office announced. The serbs took 185 prisoners. The first great naval battle of the war in the Baltic sea has been fought and meager reports received from Copenhagen indicate that the German fleet has been defeated by the Rus sians. An unconfirmed report from Athens says the allies have taken the Turk ish stronghold of Krithia, on the Gallipoli peninsula, to the western edge of Which Gen. lan Hamilton’s report carried his forces. A German torpedo boat was sunk in the Baltic off Windau, Petrograd announced. A German squadron of one battleship, four light cruisers and several torpeuo boats was put to flight after shelling Windau. To add to the elation in London at the reports of the Russians’ sea vic tory, the news came that a British submarine on June 26 sunk Turkish transport No. 42, with a shipload of troops in the Sea of Marmora. German U boats made their biggest haul Friday since the torpedoing of the Lusitania. They sent to the bot tom the big steamer Caucasian, the liner Inglemoor, whose tonnage ex ceeded that of the Leyland liner Ar menian, the steamer Welburv, the schooner L. C. Tower and a bark, all British vessels. The Inglemoor was the largest and one of the newest ves sels of the Moor line of twenty-eight. Twenty-nine persoffk were lost, at least twenty of whom were Ameri cans, and many others injured when the Dominion liner Armenian, which sailed from Newport News for Avon mouth on June 17, was torpedoded by the German submarine U-38. The at tack on the Armenian was made twen ty miles northwest of Trevoz Head, Cornwall. England. This information was reported by American Consul Armstrong at Bristol, England. Western The “drys” made gains in the Utah local option elections. Billy Kersands, once a widely known negro minstrel performer, died at Artesia, N. M., aged 73 years. A tornado that swept parts of Ot tawa county, northeastern Oklahoma, was reported to have killed five persons. Charles Goodnight of Armstrong county, Tex., has on his ranch 14S buffalo and 35 catalo, the latter a cross between the wild buffalo and the domestic Poll-Angus. A disastrous storm of hail and wind devastated parts of the four counties of Adams, Clay, Fillmore and Thayer in Nebraska, 1 sweeping in a zigzag course over a stretch of more than sixty miles. The effect of an injury sustained in an automobile accident four years ago in which she nearly lost her life is believed to have caused the death of Mrs. Guilford Wood, social leader and philanthropist, who passed away in her winter home in Pasadena, Cal. Wyoming withdrew from the Colo rado Industrial School for Boys the twelve boys from that state who have been cared for at the institution. An industrial school and reformatory has been completed at Worland, and the boys will henceforth be instructed there. Washington The condition of Franklin D. Roose velt, assistant secretary of tbo navy, operated on for appendicitis, con tinued favorable. A tremendous explosion, believed to have been caused by some kind of bomb or infernal machine, wrecked the public reception room on the east side of the Capitol building shortly before midnight Friday night. Conditions in Mexico City are grow ing constantly worse, Consul Canada notified the State Department from Vera Cruz. Serious hunger rioting was reported in progress in Mexico City, with Zapata and Carranza troops fighting in the outskirst. The United States is seriously con sidering taking over the wireless sta tion at Sayville, L. 1., one of the two great plants by which direct communi- between the United States and maintained. The other y ’ N. J., already is jPfsgLv• tL t rol. Foreign According to the London Daily Telegraph, Great Britain for the last three . months has a casualty list of 6,439 officers and 107,000 men. Mrs. Alexander M. Thackara, wife of the American consul general at Paris, is seriously ill. She is a daugh ter of the late Gen. William Tecurn seh Sherman. Ninety persons were killed, most of them women, in the explosion of a pyrotechnic factory at Marseilles. Only four whole bodies were recov ered by searchers. Premier Asquith announced in the House of Commons that the British naval and military losses in killed, wounded and missing in the opera tions against the Dardanelles up to May 31, aggregated 38,635 officers and men. Porfirio Diaz, aged 85, former Pres ident of Mexico, died in Paris. He served thirty-four years as chief ex ecutive of the western republic. He was overthrown by Madero in 1911 and has since been in Europe, most of the time in Paris. An Amsterdam dispatch to the Ex change Telegraph Company says that the Dutch government has decided to issue a new war loan of 900,000,000 florins ($36,000.0(&) to pay the cost of mobilization and other war expendi tures. One year ago the Austrian archduke, Francis Ferdinand, and his wife were shot and killed in the little Bosnian town of Serajevo by Garvio Prinzip. It was the act of Prinzip, a poor stu dent, which ultimately resulted in eleven nations going to war. Countess Gianotti, widow of the prefect of the royal palace under both Kings Humbert and Victor Emmanuel, died at Lake Constance. Countess Ga anotti was a daughter of Francis Sherwood Kenney, the tobacco manu facturer, who died in New York in 1908, leaving an estate of $12,000,000. A verdict of guilty was brought in by the jury in London in the case of George Joseph Smith, who was charged with the murder of three of his wives. It had been alleged by the crown that Smith had killed his wives while they were in their baths and had. collected insurance money on their lives. Smith was sentenced to death. There has been '&.~ixarked_dfeSlipi in the birth rate of France since the war began. The rate in 1914 averaged 1,000 births daily, but at the begin ning of 1915 the figures dropped to 850, and there has been a rapid de cline since then. In the week of June 6 to June 12, which was the last week recorded, there were only 356 births in the entire country. Sporting News Standing of Western League Clubs. Clubs— Won. Lost. Pet. Des Moines 38 24 .613 /Topeka 35 29 .547 Denver 32 27 .542 Omaha 31 30 .508 Lincoln 30 30 ,500 «ioux City 26 34 .483 St Joseph 25 34 .421 Wichita 24 34 .114 Stanley Yoakum of Denver knocked out Johnny Lewis of Los Angeles in the fourth round of a scheduled ten round bout at East Las Vegas, N, M. Charley Weinert of Newark out fought Gunboat Smith of San Fran cisco in seven of the ten rounds in their open-air bout at Ebbets field in New York. George Wingfield’s Scarlet Oaks re peated her former two good wins when she captured the Electric Club handicap at five and one-half furlongs at Overland park in Denver. Running horse racing for thirty days, beginning in August, at the Panama-Pacific exposition was as sured with the organization of the Golden Gate Thoroughbred Breeding Association. The Pete Jensen-Billy Wagner go, scheduled to amuse the multitude in the big tent at Milliken, Colo., was called off when Sheriff McAfee and District Attorney Fleming announced that they would prosecute the pro moters and principals if the encounter took place. General Statewide prohibition went into ef fect July 1 in Alabama. Every saloon and dispensary in the state was closed. More than 200 business and profes sional men of New York City have signified their intention of taking a month’s military training this summer in a government instruction camp at Plattsburg, N. Y. Compared with other sections of the country, crops and conditions in the Tenth federal reserve district are ex cellent, according to the official re| port for June made public in Denver by the Reserve Board. The Tenth district includes Denver and Kansae City and the report indicates that these two cities and the entire dis trict are in better shape financially and commercially than any other dis trict. Nathan Straus of New York do nated to the Zionist cause his steam yacht Sicilian, valued at $35,000. Governor Whitman granted Charles Becker, the former New York police lieutenant under sentence of death, a reprieve until July 26. Evelyn Nesbit Thaw has beer served with a subpoena at Malone, N. Y„ to appear in her husband’s san ity tiia. in New York. Archbishop Edward J. Hanna of San Francisco, in a statement made pub lie at Los Angeles, said that “peace at any price is not a po icy the American people will accept, and to maintain peace with honor the nation must b« prepared for defense.” THE BENSON SIGNAL. Children Cry For AYege table PreparalionibrAs- 1 W# JH W M Jy / m ting the Stomachs and | ff I 'J* Promotes Digestion,Cheerftifi What is CASTORIA lire rteftsandßest.Containsneither Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare* j'p Opium,Morphine iwr Mineral, goric, Drops and; Soothing Syrops. It is pleasant. It h 2 JXcrr Narcotic. contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotie substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms .. and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it :i)4 MxSfZt*. \ has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, 'Jtf I Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and ■•co \ Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, in*J 1 assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep* mZtwrjfnt&u * / The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend* SiP "tioiiLSohr Stomach. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Worms. Feverishness sod *Sc2 Lossor Sleek, Bears the Signature of •JiO ftc-Similc Signature at ~ ™ Jm\) the centaur in Use For Over 30 Years - J The Kind You Have Always Bought Exact Copy ofWrapper txi centaur company, new York city. Calm Resignation. Reference having been made to beautiful resignation, Congressman Joseph J. Russell recalled an appro priate story. During a dinner party some time ago, the congressman said, the topic turned to the connubial state. Among the guests was a bachelor person. “Speaking of marriage,” eventually remarked the bachelor, “it seems that is married —” ‘l’he happier brcle in a spinster party with a fulglance at the other. ’■ was going to say,” resumed the baMelor, disregardingly, “that the toiler a man is married the less he sells to mind it.” Q Willing. ■Bid you punch the time clock as yoHpame in?” asked the foreman. Hdid not,” replied the burly work m;H “but I’ll punch the face of the nuplthat dares to dock me for bein’ teiFninutes late.” Never Get Tired. ‘l‘You dance like an angel.” [‘You flatter me,” said the girl. “I could ceep going much longer if I had wi,ngs.” Her Worry. “Darling, will you love me when I’m 01/j?” j“I will if you’ll promise to love me if I should grow fat.” Summer Comfort I is wonderfully enhanced when rest and lunch hour unite in a dish of Post Xoasties There’s a mighty satisfying flavour about these thin wafery bits of toasted com. Sd easy to serve, too, on a hot day, for they’re ready to eat right from the package—fresh, crisp, clean. Not a hand touches Post Toasties in the making or packing. SerVed with cream and sugar, or crushed fruit, they are delicious. HUBBY HAD NOT FORGOTTEN Was Right There With Wedding An niversary Present, and Yet Wifie Was Not Pleased. It was late aiternoon and time to get her husband’s supper, but the woman sitting moodily by the fire never moved. Her heart was breaking. It was her birthday. She had been married only four years, but he —her husoaflCk-had forgotten her birthday already. That Horning he had giyen her no present; not\ even an extra kiss before rushing off tt>4pwn. Presently there was the of a key turning in the lock. Into room came her husband. Still she never moved. He bent over her and whispered as he dropped a tiny parcel into her lap: “Many happy returns, darling!” Her heart was mended. She sprang to her feet #.nd seized him in a frantic grasp as she realized that, after all, he still loved her. Then she opened the parcel. “Pipe cleaners!” she gasped, as she displayed a little bundle of feathers. “Yes, sweetheart,” said the man. “I knew that they’d please you, as you object to my using your hairpins!’* Generally speaking, a crank is a man with an enthusiasm for some particular form of idiocy. Taking Papa Along. The baggage master halted the fam ily party and politely explained that under the new law the value of the contents of each trunk must be given. Aftpr a brief consultation, with her daughter, mamma pointed to her own trunk and said: “Please put this one down as containing one thousand dol , lars’ worth of personal belongings. This one,” indicating <h.er daughter’s trunk, “you may put down for eight hundred.” “How about this little one?” asked the baggage master, restiug his heel on its top. “Oh, that!” replied the lady con , temptuously. “Ten or twelve dollars cover that one.” returned the official. “Fa ther’s goii'ig along too." A SctKtP- g “I’m writing a hi3my\‘’-l-l’ : e pean war.” “But the war isn’t over yet.” i “That’s where I get the bulge on the rest of the historians. I can put my book on the market the day after peace is declared, and they’ll have to wait two or three months.” Pa Knows Everything. “Father, what is a ‘sepulchral tone of voice’?” “That means, to speak gravely.” Marriage is a lottery in which the prize-winners draw alimony.