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JEPT secret y and special J !,JwW vou Is Three flavors to suit all tastes. Be SURE to Cet 17R.GUEVS Sealed Tlcht Kept Rlsht The Flavor Lasts At Bargain. "I would civ a thousand pounds to tiave UttU boy Ilk you as my own," Mid an elderly lady to Tommy. Tti.,'Vtft.f. LAnt mnftt Ian' It ma'am f queried Tommy, with wldt- "Not for mo," smiled the ta,dy. "be cause I've got lota of money and no little children." Mother wouldn't let you have me tor good," said Tommy alowly, but with conviction, "but but you may bold my band for sixpence." From Blighty, London. Or ran often measure a man's eVbts by the cut of his clothes. The world moves from throna to Thrown. of bwildlac. m. i i 'is OTICLEY5 In its air - tight sealed package. A goody that is worthy of your lasting retard because of Its lasting quality. liltil Vary Much to. "I will toll yon a secret I cannot marry Emily. There la an Insuperable bar io our union."' "OooTHWiTeoal What IS HJ , ,M8ha won't have ma." CUtleura teethes Itching Scalp On retiring gently rub spots of dan druff and ItcbJof with Cutlcura Oint ment. Next morning ahampoo with Cut! cure Soap and hot water. Make them your every-day toilet preparations and have a clear skin and soft, wait bands. Adv. Artiflctnl lege and arms were .n om In Egypt as early at TOO B. f. Until you do a thing, "efficiency" la only a theory. Crackoroof Felt Waterproof Asphalt Fireproof Slate fake the Roof forYcru- CAREY Shingles are surfaced with nat ural red or frrea fadeless slate. This reduce your fir risk and insurance Cremlums. Thee shingles require no paint ig. Up-keep expenae is practically abol ished. And the farm buildings hare a pros perous "kept up" appearance at all times. The Asphalt and wool felt make the shin glee flexible, easy to lay over ait old roof or even a poor surface. The tun's heat does not dry out Carey Shingles, They never split or curt. On the contrary they stick together, protect the nail heads from rutt ing off and absolutely defy the severest windstorms. nr-r tui rarr mi nm. we Have m- red m beautiful folder la colors describing Carry fataJre fully end stowing, the teaed o aU kinds We wiB be very a4 to snail T0 if m win writ mm and state what lad of t-aUdtns are goimm to roof and the eppeoeJanet km. THE PHILIP CAREY COMPANY te-us wayns avl. fjocaOAKD, cincinhati. o News of the Week Cut Down for : Busy Readers Foreign An El Pnso (Tex.) dispatch says, FranciHco Villa and Gen. Felipe An geles have dlsbunded tbelr forcee un til September, and announced to tbelr troops they will go to Japan In an ef fort to obtain ammunition for the Villa revolution. . . a a Tho Jnpanese delegation to tbe peace conference at Tarls made denial of as- scrtion that the treaty clause giving Japan the concession In Shantung was In exchange ror the withdrawal of thevpoa those allies of Germany and Aue- racial cluuse. a a a France may again be put on bread rations In September. It was said at Purls the system of bread cards prob ably would bo re-established In that month, because of a possible shortage of wheat. mm The First battalion of the Three Unn- dren nnd Tenth American engineers reached Brest from Archangel. The Three . Hundred and Tenth engineers are from Michigan and Wisconsin. a a a Troops were moved Into Yorkshire area affected by the coal strike. Sir Eric Geddes, the government a repre sentative at London, explained that the move waa for the protection of the navy men engaged In keeping the Jlne pumps In oiieratlon. a a a Austrla'a army la reduced to 80,000 on a purely voluntary basis, by one of the military terms of peace which, to gether with the reparation clauses nnd a number of minor terms, were hand ed to the Austrian delegates at Paris, a a a The American consulate at Juares received a report from Carranza mili tary authorities that 250 Villa follow ers had surrendered to federal com manders and bad been given amnesty, a a a By a vote'of 272 to 181 the chamber of deputlea at Paris sustained tbe Clemenceau cabinet a a a At Cork a crowd of Sinn Felners at tacked police and soldiers. A consta ble was wounded. There waa muchJ street rioting, The state of siege In Pomeronla has been raised, according to advices .re ceived at Copenhagen from Stettlh'. The counter-strike of cltltens In Stet tin haa ended. a a Peace rlota are reported from vari ous English towns. At Luton, Bedford shire, the town hall waa burned by ri oters. One hundred iicrsons were In jured In peace riots st Melbourne. A policeman was shot while attempt ing to atop a fisht between soldiers and civilian at Dublin. . a a a The bolshevik government at Petro grad ref used to release members of the Swedish legation at Petrograd, recent ly arrested. It waa announced at Stock holm. a a German espionage Is reported from Warsaw to be thriving throughout Po land. The Polish government has for bidden the sale of German newspapers and also haa prohibited the publication of personal and family announcements, except death notices. a a a Theodore Patterson, a BrltNh sub ject nnd superintendent of tbe mines of the Mnr.npll Copper company, waa murdered by Mexican bandits, accord ing to a dispatch received at Iaredo, Tex. . a a a Washington Federal regulation of tbe navigation of the air la provided In a bill Intro duced In the senate at Washington by Bcnator Sherman of nilnois. a a a ny a vote of 308 to 47 the bouse at Washington passed the bill providing a minimum wage of $4 for all govern ment employees except those In the postal sen Ice, The wage la exclusive of the wartime bonus. a a A motion to strike from the prohibi tion enforcement bill the provision permitting storm re of liquor In the borne for personal one was defeated In tbe bouse at Washington. 10 to 3. a a The Mexican government haa In formed the etato department at Wash ington that It will exhaust all means to prowecute and punlrh the bandits who murdered John W. Cvrrell. an American rttlsen. a a a The prohibition enforcement Mir,"e cribed by opponents of the measure as drastic enough to Invite a veto by President Wilson, waa finally passed by the hnuft at Washington. The vote was 287 triurx. a a The reslenatlon of CoU Samuel T. Anseil, former acting Judge advocate gentra! of the army, was accepted by Secretary Baker at Washington. Col onel An sell has announced that be wilt continue bia fight for a radical re vision of tbe army court martial system. I President Wilson at Washington de nied published reports that be bad told senators be waa responsible for tbe Phantoms settlement In the treaty with f Germany. An official statement Issued at the White House said the president had "exerted all tbe Influence he waa at liberty to exercise In the circum stances'' td obtain a modification of the "ntunz Drovlslon, ; noma i J. Mooney did not receive 'll Jutlee In his trial at San Fran , sco for alleged connection with the j-eparedness day bomb explosion, for ylch he la serving a life term, accord ing to a report to the house at Wash ington by John B. Densmore. who In vestigated the case for the govern ment. 4 ' a Tbe United States will aign the peace treaties with Bulgaria and Tur key, It was announced at the state de partment at 4eshington. Although the United States never haa been actu ally at war with Bulgaria and Turkey, It' will sign the treaties to show Law concurrence in the terms Imposed trla. a a a A Washington dispatch saya all In terned civilian enemy allena except those guilty of advocating anarchistic doctrines and those who desire to be repatriated will be freed soon by tbe United States. . . Deportatl6ns of 513 enemy allena for f violations of various war statutes Is proposed In a bill unanimously report ed by the house Immigration committee at Washington. a a a President Wilson's recommendation that the American legation, at Brussels, Belgium, be raised to the rank of an embassy was approved unanimously In the senate foreign relations committee at Washington. m m m It now costs no more to send a let ter by airplane than by train. Under an order Issued by Postmaster Gen eral Burleson at Washington all first- class mall la placed on the same basis, a a Henry P. Fletcher, American am bassador to Mexico, told the house rules committee at Washington that since his appointment three years ago about fifty Americans bad been killed In Mexico without a prosecntlon be ing made by the Mexican authorities. m m m Personal Cardinal Gibbons observed his eighty-fifth birthday Wednesday. He passed the day very quietly at the home of Robert O. Sti river at Union Mills, Md. Ullowlng an illness or one montn, ge , Primrose, famous minstrel died at Snn Francisco. Primrose was born in London, Ont.. In 1853.' He be gan bis stage career at fifteen. a a a Itnte, sailed from New York on the Steamship Imperntor for France to take the place of Secretary Lansing at the peace conference. a a a Domestic By 271 to 104 the Minnesota Federa tion of Labor at New Ulm voted down a formal proposal, Introduced by State Representative Frank Miner of Minne apolis, to participate In a general strike, starting September L a a a Governor Snroul at Harrlsburs. Pa- vetoed the llanisey prohibition en forcement net, which would permit the manufacture of 2.75 leer. a a a Officials of the federal prison at Leavenworth will begin a thorough In vestigation of the fire which damaged the west cell wing Saturday night, be lieving that the fire was of Incendiary origin. The damage Is estimated at $100,000. a a a Twcnty-flve hundred military prison era In the disciplinary barracks at the federal prison at Leavenworth. Kan, went ou strike and hove repeatedly re sisted attrmpta of tbe guards to force them to work. a a a Two bandits held up Phillip Flem ing, a messenger of the Austin Nation al bnnk of Chicago and robbed bun of I45.KJ9. a m m A complete confession thnt he has made away with approximately fOOO,- W from the North Penn bank, of which be was cashier, was made by Ralph T. Moyer at Philadelphia. The cashier appeared at tbe city ball and surrendered himself. a a a Twelve were killed and twenty-eight Injured when a gigantic dirigible on Its test flight caught fire and fell 500 feet, crashing through the glass roof of the Illinois Trust and Savings bank of Chicago shortly before five o'clock In the afternoon. Nine of the dead were employees of the bank, trapped and burned to death In a withering rain of fire caused by tbe explosion of tbe balloon's gasoline tanks. a Fresh outbreaks between the white and blacke occurred at Washington. One white man wne Wiled and one waa mortally wounded. A third man was attacked and atsbled. a a a The State bank of Donnellson, Til, . .ri. .niith rtf HiUsboro, wat, robbed of abont $100,000 In Liberty bond and $00.i in secunue. a a Patrick Limerick. Torty. a farmer. ... Ij rrse, Wla, was gored to m .w . vn wIm k trlMl fa fad urm vf Lift ofTCorns! Doesn't hurt a bit and Freezone, Costs only a few cenfs. ! ) MM5 With your fingers I Too can lift off any bard corn, soft corn, or corn be tween the toes, and the bard skin cal luses from -bottom of feet tiny bottle of "Freexone" costs little at any drug store; apply a few drops upon the corn or callus. In stantly It stops hurting, then shortly yon lift that bothersome corn or callus right off, root and all, without one bit of pain or soreness. Truly 1 No hum bug I Suit the Bugs. i 'TIow yer taters doln this yearl" TV bugs seem to think they're fine." FRECKLES New b Tiaw te Cat lie1 af That UfJr SpeU TWi sa laatw tka aUcbtait tnd af feaUaf uluar of jomt fiaeklas, as Otklaa doubla Irnftk U aarutaaS ta raava Vmmmt baaaly aaati. Simply gat as aoaea af Othtaa ibte trvaf tk from yam draaglit, aid apply s Uttla af II alght aad aiomlnf yo afcauM hoi that arts tka worat fracktea bava kna to Sla apptar, wklla tka Ufktar aaaa hara vaatahai aa ttralr. It ta aalama that aura tkaa aoaea la ard4 ta eaaplatalr clnr tka akla aaa sl a bMattfal cWar eamplailoa. a aura ta aik for tka aonhla straaftt Otkta. as thla la aoM n4r tnartataa at bobvj back If It falla ta laawra frachlaa. AST. When tbe war-dogs assail, one doesn't want to be a cat, dozing In the sunlight FOR SUMMER COLDS Nothing gives quicker relief than Vacher-Bnlm. It is harmless, and also relieves Nervous Headache quickly, and any superficial Inflammation In a short time. Try I for Mumps, Hay Fever, or any pain. If yon cannot buy It locally, send for a Free Sample, and Agent's terms, or send 50c stamps for 2 25c tubes. Avoid Imitations. E. W.. VACUER, Inc., New Orleans, La. Adv. Tbe man who baa blisters on his hands will have few on his con science. Snra Kyaa. Blnod-Bliot Vraa. Watary Sticky Byca. all halt4 promptly with Blast ly applications af Homaa Kya Balsam. Adv. OF YESTERDAY AND TODAY Italian Town, Industrial Center, Still Retains a Reminder of the Middle Ages. Arona la best known to travelers as the station on the railroad from Milan where Lake Magglore first bursts Into view. To Italians It Is best known for Its plantations of American corn, s novelty In Europe. Today, Arona Is an Industrial cen ter, but off In the northeast corner the castle of Angero adds a touch to the landscape which bespeaks roedie vnl lnmnrtance. The famous Bor- romeos they who produced Cardinal de Medici, who became rope 1'ius i dwelt In ancestral halls on the out skirts of the village. At the Hotel Reale, a tablet calls attention to the fact that Garibaldi was a guest there In 1S4S. That "Arona, La go Magglore," Turn er's wonderful canvas, waa not made from photographa can be gathered from Rusklu'a letter, in which be saya, "No such hills are, or ever were. In sight from Arona. They sre gathered together, bill by hill, partly from the Battles of Olcgglo, partly from above the town here, partly from half way up the lake near Baveno and then all thrown together In one grand Imag inary chain." A probable story Is the first weapon of calumny. The violet Is called a modest flower, bnt what storm can kill It! A Health-Bringer ! Make your morning ce real dish, a strenthenen is not only most deli cious in taste, but is ' a builder of tissue "There's a Reason INCREASE WEIGHT AIID VITALITY VITHfUOSPHATE Nothing Like Plain Bltro-Phosphate t Put on Firm, Healthy Flesh and te Increase Strength, Vigor and Nerve Force, '. Tbe average parson is beginning to roa-1 tea more and mora that tha lack of phya icaj atrenvth and nary exhaustion (fra quantly evidenced by czceaaiv thinneaa) era the direct cause not only of tha fail, us to succeed In Ufa's struggle for the neceealUea of existence, but also for the handicap In one's social aspirations. Com pare the thin, alckl, angular frame wlU At the ttatxdi too, the flump wtU roundti figure it mott admired the well rounded form which la nsusUr accompanied by tha bloom of health ano attractlveneaa. . That millions of people are conacloua- mi xaim uanuicap is aviaoni arum um Unued .Appearance In newspapers and magaxlnes olmany suggestions proposing varioua remedies in food or medicine or exercises, either of which might or might, not be appropriate for a given case. Authoritlea, however, agree that healthy nerve tissue Is absolutely eaaentlal to a strong, robust body and mind. Weak: tiervea, while Indicated by a multitude of different symptoms, mora Immediately and. generally result In lack of energy, sleep leaanesa, Irritability, depreaslon, eta, which condltlone gradually consume the healthy flesh, leaving ugly hollows, a flat, chest, bony neck and scrawny arms and' '6ur bodies need more phosphate than. the foods we eat nowadays, and many opinions affirm that there Is nothing which may be taken into the human, system that so affectively supplies thla defV-Vvacr as the pure organic phosphate, known as bltro-pnosphate and aold by good drugglats everywhere. The eaaentlal phosphoric food elements In bltro-phoepnata assimilated by the nerve cella should soon produce a pleas ing change In nerve energy and hence Increased vitality and strength. With the burdena of nervousness, sleeplessness, lack of energy, ate, lifted, normal weight with Its attractive fullneaa and ruddy glow of health replaces tha former plcturav of skin and bones. CAUTION: Although Bltro-Phosphst. Is unexcelled for the relief of nervouaneae and attendant disorders, owing to Its ten dency to Increase weight, one should watch the ecalee while taking It Unleae. it Is tha desire to put oa flash, forte prompt relief of Aethmaartl' Hay rover. Aek ycHJr dmlet for lu. 2S onto end one dollars Writs) for FRtSS AMPLE. Northrop & Lyman ColnenBuffilo.lt.Ya . PAR HAIR BALSAI A too naaiatl ef I Btlfl ar4laaM saaaraa. FarRlort CmUr mm sWrtyteGamy mr FaM Hair. txv f m at t)rrii. LEECH AS WEATHER PROPHEr Those Familiar With Small Creature'' Hablta Can Foretell Changes That Are at Hand. An excellent weother prophet can bet made by placing a leech In a glass Jar of water. If the weather Is to continue fine the leech Ilea motionless at tbe bot tom of the Jar, and rolled together !r a aplral form. If It Is to rain, either before or after noon. It will be foundi to have crept up to the top of Its lodg ing, where It will remain till the weather Is settled. If wo are to have wind, the poor prisoner gallops through his limpid' habitation with amarlng swiftness,, and seldom rests till It begins to blow hard. If a remarkable storm of thnnder and rain la to succeed, the leech, for some days before, lodges almost con tinually without water, and gives Itself up to violent throes and convulslve-llke-motlona. In frost, as In clear summer weather, It Ilea constantly at the bot tom; and In snow, as In rainy weather. It pltchea Its dwelling on the very mouth of the Jar. Steady Performance. "The man who was suspended, I tev defied his superior's orders to go." "Tea, be Is still banging on." If a man Is poshed for money be la- usually ahoved to the rear. kla salt.