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THE YALE EXPOSITOR. THURSDAY. MARCH 2. 1916.
Oar Way of doinf launderini suits mr customers and we're going to keep right along doing our way, because lta the right way. The way to laundry ii to laandry right That's what this laundry alwayi has dona, and will continue to keep on dolnf. Try us and be latticed, already you've loit something by not launder ing here. Ritter's Laundry FRESH tm riowers AND Funeral Designs X choice line of Fresh Cut Flow en always in stock. Flowers for Funerals, Weddinga, the Sick Room, etc. Made np in the latost designs oa short notice. x Society Work a Specialty w Bend us jour order direct and jou will receive prompt attantioa and sare money. : : i -A. S 3Lvct UST Florist, for Freak Flowers. HURON AVE., PT. HUEON. rhonee 60fl-84lL. Windsor Barber Shop For a first-class Share, Hair Oat, Shampoo or Sea Foam. Brwything neat, clean and up-to-date. Baths. Charges moderate, First door south of Parmlee's Furniture store. YALE, MICH. Take the "Cue" From Us U if s up-to-the-minute printing you want visit -The Expositor.. A4J ?VE YEARS' IV lAriniinbii Traoc Marks DcstQNa rnavKinuTn A A nvnns sending a nhefrh and description ma Satoklr ascertain our opinion frss whether m fttvenUnu I probably patentable. Communis iionsstrletlyoonndetitlai. HANDBOOK oaPiumu sent free. Oldest sirency for semiring Mttnu. rstsnu token throuch Mann k Co. receive rrtui not toe, without chert, in tLe Scientific Jtincrican. A handsomely ninstrai ed weekly, Tersest rtr eolation of any eatentlflo Journal. Term. $1 a rexr i f oar montbi, $1. sWid by all newsdealers. rrIUNNrSCo"4BNewYork Jtraocb ofllce, 21 F St, Washington, D. C THE ROAD TO DETROIT FAST and FREQUENT SERVICE PORT HURON TO DETROIT BY THE Rapid Railway Limited can leave Port Huron, Eastern Standard time, 7:35 a. m. and every two hour to 7:33 p. m., also 6:15 a, in. ii on days, and 10 p. m. Sunday. Limited cars leave Detroit, 8:15 a. m. and every two hours te 8:15 p, m., Sundays only 11 p. m. lot V (SOT COVERED STOCK YARDS WANTED WANT RAILROAD COMMISSION TO COMPEL RAILROADS TO COVER STOCK PENS. CATTLE SHIPPING INHUMAN If Farmer Should Cart for His Stock As Shipper Does, He Would Be Brought to Court and Fined. Lansing Twenty-five representa tives of Michigan railroads heard their corporations attacked, and themselves referred to as inhuman because stock yards in the state are not covered. Speakers on behalf of the live stock shippers did not mince words. They wanted the railroad commission, be fore whom the matter was heard, to Issue an order compelling covering of stock pens. As a compromise the shippers will furnish the commission with a list of points where they think covers should be placed. The com mission will turn this list over to the carriers and another hearing will be held. T. K. McConnell. of Allen, president of the TrI-State Livestock Shippers, contended that the losses sustained by shippers in shrinkage by reason of eheep and hogs being left in uncovered pens and dying of exposure was enor mous. "I know that if a farmer should care for his stock as a shipper has to in the yards, he would quickly be brought to court and fined. On behalf of the railroads the statement was made that the expense would be too great, that money spent in that way would better serve the patrous of the the road in other lines. General Man agers Alfred, of the Pere Marquette, and Towsley, of the Ann Arbor, both Insisted that the amount of live stock shipments and the revenue accruing therefrom, would not justify the enor mous expenditure. "Last year our road," said Mr. Towsley, "received a revenue of six cents a car mile for the handling of live stock shipments. The interstate commerce commission has said that a railroad should get 14 cents a mile for any commodity." STRANGE CASES IN ESCANABA Drowsy Feeling Followed By Long Sleep and Death. Kscanaba The residents of this place are wondering if it's something In the air. Two persons within a month have gone to sleep and have not been awakened for many hours. One, Au gustine Beauchamp, six years old, died without reviving. Dora Peterson, 18 years old, felt drowsy at a party. She lay .on a couch w hile companions twit ted her about staying up late at night. They thought she was shamming. Ef forts to awaken her, however, were In vain, and sho was removed to her parents' home after the other guests had departed. After 140 hours, more than five days, during which time only a little food was forced into her body, she awoke. She is weak and physicians fear her health will be in jured permanently. For several days she was unable to talk, but could hear and understand when spoken to. THE CRUISE OF OSCAR II Said to Have Cost Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Detroit The peace expedition sent to Europe on board the Oscar II. cost Ifenry Ford $400,000, according to Gaston Plaintiff, financial manager for the peace ship cruise. Tips to th amount of $26,000 were given by the members of the expedition, and Henry Ford achieved the distinction of pay ing the greatest hotel bill ever paid by an individual when he gave $160, 000 to the hotelkeepers of Christiania, Stockholm, Copenhagen and The Hague for the accommodation of his guests. Wireless messages cost $10, 000 alone, and it cost Mr. Ford $9,500 for railroad fares. He spent $40,000 to bring the voyagers back home. MICHIGAN NEWS ITEMS William P. Lovett resigned a posi tion with the Grand Rapids Press to assist the committee which represents the Anti-Saloon league, State Grange. Gleaners, W. C. T. U. and a big ele ment of business men organized local ly in Detroit, Grand Rapid, Lansing and many other cities. He was with the Press nearly six years as staff correspondent, reporter and editorial v. Titer. Michigan Welfare league has decid ed to ask Governor Ferris to use his Influence with Otis Fuller, warden, to establish the honor system In the Jcr.ia state reformatory. James Pollington, 28. of Rose City, Is under arrest at Sault Ste. Marie suspected with counterfeiting. (The po lice say Pollington had counterfeit sil ver dollars, halves and quarters In his possession when arrested and that molds, melting pots and metal were found in hia room. Tho case has been turned over to the federal authorities. MICHIGAN NEWS BRIEFS Governmental experts have started a cauipaigu of education on hog chol era in Lansing. Mayors of Michigan will meet in Grand Rapids, March 9 to plan a cam paign for a reduction in insurance rates. Juniors at Adrian college stole the seniors' academic gowus, following the first public appearance of the near grads. A full time health officer for every city of more than 5,000 is proposed by Btate authorities to check the spread of tuberculosis. Blissfield churches were closed Sun day and the schools will be closed this week, following the discovery of two cases of scarlet fever. The forgery case against H. M. Dearing. defaulting cashier of the de funct Albion National bank, was again adjourned until March 6. A Grand Rapids clothing dealer pin ned 40 one-dollar bills on a dummy in his window and thieves broke in over night and stole the dummy's raiment. Frank Linhart, of Saginaw, was pro bably fatally shot in the neck when he surprised a burglar who had broken into his home. The victim was shot twice, and the intruder escaped. Steps have been taken to organize a military company In Adrian, com posed entirely of business and profes sional men. It will be known as the Business Men's Training battalion. Pasaville Palmerie, aged 90, for 50 years a resident of Detroit, died as he read of operations against the Aus trians in tho Trent valley. Saturday. He was an officer in General Gari baldi's army in 1848. The wets in Shiawassee, Jackson tnd Iosco have appeals now pending in the supreme court against decisions of boards of supervisors in those coun ties in connection with petitions for local option elections. John Pakkala, who pleaded guilty of assault with criminal intent on a Crys tal Falls school teacher on a lonely road, was sentenced by Judge Flan- niug from 23 to 50 years, the court recommending 30 years. C. V. Bennett, Alamo farmer, com mitted suicide with poison in a Kala mazoo hotel. A note left by Bennett rtated that he feared he was going In Fane and would be taken to an asy lum, he preferring death. Detroit bank clearings for the week totaled $31,879,817.04, a gain of $11, 142, 15.". 67 compared with the same week last year, according to the re port of the Detroit Clearing House. Transactions during the week Involved ?S2.:77,ouj. Negotiations that may bring William Jennings Bryan and former Congress man Richmond Pearson Hobson to Michigan to campaign for the state prohibition amendment have been un dertaken by the Anti-Saloon league campaign committee. Governor Ferris has issued requisi tion papers for Paul Morton, alias Pickford. under arrest In Alabama, on a charge of passing worthless checks at Paw Paw. Morton is 6aid to have represented himself as a brother of Mary Pickford, the actress. The Briscoe Motor corporation will have to pay the full franchise fee for its reincorporation, so the board of appeals in foreign corporations, con sisting of Attorney-General Fellows. Treasurer Haarer and Auditor-General Fuller, has decided. The decision means $2,000 to the state.. Five hundred and twelve husky im migrants In old-world costumes, rep resenting 33 nations, filed out of the steerage of an ocean liner and Into an enormous black "melting pot," at the Detroit armory, Sunday afternoon, to celebrate their graduation from the Ford Motor company English school. The new $43,000 state armory for the Owosso militia company will be dedicated Apm 25, at the eighteenth anniversary of the filling out of the company for tho Spanish-American war service. The building Is said to be the finest one-company post In the state. A military ball will serve to commemorate the occasion. State universities and the Unlver sity of Michigan in particular, were attacked by Bishop Charles D. Wil liams, of Detroit, In Hill auditorium Sunday night because of what he de dared their absolute lack of religious recognition. Professors were attacked for destroying the childhood faith of young students without substituting any other beliefs of a religious nature. Bert Lessiter, 43. hanged himself in his barn at his farm, seven miles from Beldlng, and was found dead by his brother Will. Bert, who lived in Beld lng, went to the farm preparing to move there, and ato breakfast with his brother. He was caretaker of the Wabash club house, a prominent farm er, postmaster of G rat tan and a Ma son. He leaves a widow and a daugh ter. ' Capt. Lloyd Clark, of SL Joseph, custodian United States lighthouse supply station 25 years, brother of Rear Admiral Charles N. Clark, In spector for the war department at Grand Rapids many years is dead. Walter Scupholm, of Port Huron, has been notified by the navy depart ment at Washington that he has been appointed to Annapolis. The appoint ment, which was unsolicited, was made possible through the efTorts of Congressman Cramton. Scupholm had began the study of medicine 'andv was cmrjioved in a local drue store. FRENCHREPULSED. GERMAN ATTACKS TRYING TO BREAK FRENCH LINE BOTH ON EAST AND WEST OF VERDUN. . FRENCH WIN HAND-TO-HAND Germany Widened Her Offensive By Attack On Champagne, 40 Miles West of Verdun. I.ondon In hand-to-hand fighting and other spirited- encounters the French repulsed repeated attacks of the Germans on the front immediately north of Verdun, where Douaumont is still the scene of the bitterest conflict. This Information, coming in an official statement from PariB is regarded by military observers as the first sign of what may become a breakdown of the German effort to capture Verdun. Germany has widened her offensive by opening an attack In the Cham pagne, some 40 miles west of Verdun und at a poii t 10 miles southeast of that fortress. Both the Paris and Ber lin war office statements indicate that the new move is of formidable pro portions and will soon Increase in scope and vigor, Paris admits that the Germans, in a surprise attack, took a section of outlying trenches and also a connecting trench in the Champagne attack. Berlin's report of the attack says the Germans took trenches on the Bavarian farm on the Sousain-SommePy road, and positions on both sides, totaling 1.600 metres. In making this gain they took more than 1.000 prisoners and nine machine guns. An offensive in Champagne, when considered In conjunction with the heavy German attacks southeast of Verdun, seem to indicate that Count, von Haezler hrs given up a frontal at tack on he erdun fortress and in stead is endeavoring to break the French line both east and west of It in order to turn the po.-ition. REGISTERED MAIL STOLEN Four Packages Taken From Mail Poucher.. New York The robbery of four val uable registered mall packages in what appear to havo been an attempt to steal at least $1,000,000 in currency consigned to New York banks, became known. The robbery occurred Satur day morning, when a United States mail auto truck was entered while it was on a ferry bound from the central of New Jersey railroad station at Communipaw, N. J., to Library street, New York. The packages were stolen from mail pouches, three of which were from Washington and one from Baltimore. WAS IT AN AIR SHIP "SCOUT ?'' Circling Over Elevators and Steel Mills in Wisconsin. ' Superior. Wis. Watchmen guarding big grain elevators containing mil lions of bushels of wheat for the Allies were alarmed when an aero plane, soaring 3,000 feet in the air. circles above the docks for nearly half an hour. The machine was first no ticed Justbefore dawn. When It be came light, it disappeared in the di rection of the new plant of the Minne sota Steel company on the St. Louis river. An aeroplane was recently sighted over a email station near tho du Pont powder plant at Washburn. TELEGRA9HIC FLASHES London Henry James, the novelist and playwright, died Monday. He had been ill for several weeks. Death was due to a complication of diseases. Amsterdam With only one dissent ing vote, the Luxemburg chamber of deputies adopted a vote of confidence In the new ministry, although five members were absent. Tokio The Japanese government has granted the request of Germany to permit an official Inspection of de tention camps In which German pris oners of war are confined. London. It was stated officially that only the parcel post packages aboard the Swedish steamship Stockholm have been held for examination and that the first class mail has not been detained. Amsterdam The Telegraaf says thj new Dutch minister of finance Is de termined to stamp out smuggling, and has asked for 2,000 new customs offi cials, who are to be recruited from the military. Paris Crown Prince Alexander, of Serbia, accompanied by Premier Pac bitch, Is soon to make a trip to Rome. Paris and London to thank the en tente governments for the assistance they have rendered to Serff, says a dispatch from Athens. London Announcement h ben mado there that, on account of Eng land's refusal to Bupply lhr amount of sulphate of copper reoiired by Greece, the government has applied to the United States for tho nc !rd quantity. MARKET QUOTATIONS Live Stock. DETROIT Cattle receipts 2.4C2. Beat heavy stecr3, $7.507.75; best handy weight butcher steers, $0.75j 7.25; mixed steers, and heifers. $6tf 6.50; handy light butcherB, $5.50 U 5.25; light butchers, $55.75; best cows, $4.75(5.25; common cows, $4.25 t4. 50; canners, $34; best heavy bulls, $3.5006.25; bologna bulls, $3& 5.50; stock bulls, J4.50&5; feeders, $6 06.75; stoekers, $5(56.25; milkers and springers. $4080. Calves Receipts 952. Good from $1111.50; mediums brought $8.50 10 and common $67.50. Sheep and Lambs, 3,176. Best lambs $11; fair lambs, $10(10.50; light to common lambs, $8.75 ?j 9.73; yearlings, $9.7510; fair to good sheep $67.50; culls and common, $505.50. Hogs Receipts, 8,426. Good heavy grades brought $8.50; yorkers and mixed. $808.35; good pigs. $7,250 7.65, and light common pigs, $607. EAST BUFFALO Cattle: 110 cars; market 10 to 15 cents higher; choice to prime native steers. $8.250 8.75; fair to good. $7.7508; plain and coarse, $7.2507.50; Canadian steers, 1,000 to 1,400 lbs.. $7.7308.25; do, 1, 300 to 1,350 lbs.. $7.50Ti7.73; light butcher steers, $70 7.25; ycarlingj, dry fed, $8.500 8.73; best handy steers, $7.5007.75; good butcher heifer and Ftcers. mixed, $7 0 7.23; prime fat heifers, $707.50; light common heif ers, $5.5006; best fat cows, $6.5007; butchers cows $4.75i 5.50; cutters, $4 04.50; canners. $3.5003.75; fancy bulls, $6.7507.25; butchering bulls $6.2506.75; sausage bulls. $5.2305.75; light bulls, $4.755; stockers. $50 6.50; feeders, $6.750 7; milchers and springers. $60Tr80. Hogs: 80 cars, strong; heavy ar.d yorkers, $9.25; pigs $S..O08.73. Sheep: 40 cars, strong; top lambs, $11.85 0 12; yearlings, $10(010.25; wethers. $8.7509.25; ewes, $Sj8.50. Calves: 900. steady; tops, $12.25; fair to good. $10fi 11.25; grassers, $4 05. Crain, Etc. DETROIT Wheat Cash No. 2 rod, $1.20; May opened without change at $1.27. advanced to $1.2S and declined to $1.22 1-2; July opened at $1.22, ad vanced to $1.23 and declined to $1.13 1-2; No. 1 whlfe. $1.15. Corn Cash No. 3. 71c; No. 3 yellow, 73c; No. 4 yellow, 700 71c. Oats Standard, 4Cc; No. 3 white, 43c; No. 4 white. 42 1-20 43 l-2c. Rye Cash No. 2. 9Sc asked. Beans Immediate, prompt and Feb ruary shipment. $3.05; March, $3.67. Cloverseed Prime spot. $12.90; prime alsike, $9.90. Timothy Prime spot. $3.S0. Hay Timomy. $1S.5019; standard timothy. $17.50018: light mixed, $17. 500 IS; No. 2 timothy. $15016: No. 1 mixed, $1415; No. 2 mixed. $10013; No. 1 clover, $10013; rye straw. $7.50 8; wheat and oat straw, $6.500 7 per ton In carlots, Detroit. Flour In one-eighth paper sacks, per 196 pounds. Jobbing lots: First patent, $7; second patent, $6.70; ttraight. $6.50; spring patent. $7; rye flour, $6 per barrel. feedla 100-Ib. sacks, jobbing lots: Bran, $26; standard middlings, $25; fne middlings, $30; coarse middlings, $31; cracked corn, $33; corn and oat chop, $29 per ton. General Markets. Rabbits $2.50 per dozen. Mushrooms 350 40c per lb. Celery Shipped in. 25030c per doz. Dressed Hogs Light. 10 l-2011o heavy, 9 l-210c per lb. Maple Sugar New, 15016c per lb; syrup, $101.10 per gal. Dressed Calves Best. 14014 l-2c; ordinary, 13 l-2c per lb. Tomatoes Hothouse, 28030c per It).; Florida, $3.7504 per crate. Sweet Potatoes Jersey, kiln dried, $1.3501.40 per crate and $1.25 per hamper. Lettuce Hothouse, 13 011c per lb.; head lettcure. Florida, $2.500 2.75 per hamper. Onions No. 1 yellow, $2.6302.75; No. 2, $101.50 per 100-lb. sacks; Span Ish, $1.75 per box. Honey Choice to fancy new white comb, 16017c; amber, 10011c; ex tracted, 9010c per lb. . .Nuts Spanish chestnuts, 10c per ih; shelbark hickory, $1.50; large hic kory, $1.23 per bu; walnuts. $1.25 per bushel. Apples Greenings, $2.5003.30; Spy, $3.5004; Baldwins, $303.50; Steele Reds, $404.50 per bbl; western, $1.75 02 per box. Tallow No. 1, 6 3-4c; No. 2, 5 3 4c per . lb. Potatoes Carlots on track. $10) 1.05 for white and $101.05 for red per bu; russets, $1.10 per bu. Dressed Poultry Turkeys, 24025c; geese, 17018c; ducks, 19020c; Bpring chickens, 18019c; hens. 17 18c per pound. Live Poultry No 1 spring chickens, 17 l-3018c; medium ppring chickens, 16 l-2jKc; heavy hens, 17 12018c; medium hens. 16 l-2017c; light hens, 140!-5c: ducks, 18fc 19c; eecse, 170 18c; spring turkeys, 210 22c: old tur keys. 16017c per pouad. THE EUROPEAN WAR A YEAR AGO THIS WEEK Feb. 28. 1915. Germans advanced west of the Vosges, forcing French back four miles. French took many German trenches in Champagne. Russians continued successful at tack along whole western front. Turks evacuated Sinai peninsula. German embassy at Washington denied Stegler's stories. March 1, 1915. Two German corps defeated at Przasnysz. Ossowetz bombarded by Ger mans. Turkish forces under Essad Pasha massed on Asiatic side of Dardanelles. Norwegian steamer rammed off English coast. Premier Asquith announced al lies would cut off Germany from all trade with rest of the world. Hamburg-American line officials In New York Indicted for conspir ing against U. S. March 2, 1915. British gained ground near La Bassee. Russians won Dukla pass and took 10,000 Germans near Przas nysz. Austrlans were defeated near Stanislau but gained In the Car pathians. Russians shelled Czernowltz. American Red Cross sent sup plies and nurses to Serbia and Ger many. March 3, 1915. Russians advanced from the Nle men and the Dniester. Austro-Germans driven back In Galicla. Germans demolished two Osso wetz ferts. Russians defeated Turks in the Caucasus. Allied fleet silenced three inner forts cf Dardanelles. Germany modified relief shio I rules. Heavy fighting near Basra, on Persian gulf. March 4, 1915. Hard fighting in the Vosges. In Melancourt woods Germans sprayed French with burning oil and chemicals. Russians checked Austrian drive In Bukowina. German submarine U-8 sunk by British destroyers. Allies began landing at Seddul Bahr, Dardanelles. March 5, 1915. Germans were checked at Reims. German armies In north split up by Russian advances. Turks abandoned campaign against Egypt. Allied fleet bombarded Smyrna. . Germans sunk French ammuni tion ship at Ostend. Zeppelin raid over Calais failed. Zeppelin L-8 wrecked near Tirle mont. March 6, 1915. Russians attacked in center of eastern line and gained In North Poland. Austrlans gave ground in East Galicla. British warships battered Dar danelles forts, destroying one. Asia Minor ports shelled by al lies, Smyrna forts being silenced. Allies' landing party on Dar danelles suffered severely. Shipping Pigs in Baskets. The lot of domestic animals in the East is not enviable, particularly when enduring transport from one place to another. Fowls arc always sent to market with their legs tied, so that It is impossible for them to move. Live pigs are transported in the Straits Settlements by steamer or barge, shipped singly in wicker work baskets just large enough to take a single pig. In this cramped and uncomfortable po sition, for the animal's legs are tied, making it nothing more than a livig log, It is often shipped long distances. Water Is thrown over the animals and occasionally they are allowed to drink, but nothing is given them to eat. Popular Science'Monthly. Banana Flour In United States. Banana flour now is being made on a largo scale and is Imported to the United States from Porto Rico. It has added much to the wealth of the Island as well as giving the United States a new product for the table. , Worst Kind of Dust. Dust is everywhere, but the worst kind of dust is that which is confined within tho four walls of a room. The durt U always germ laden, because it is Infested with effete matlrr Kirown off by human bodice- 'SYRUP OF FIGS FOR I II CHIUrSI 30ILS It is cruel to force nauseating, harsh physic into a sick child. Look back at your childhood dijs. Remember the "dose" mother Insisted on castor oil, calomel, cathartics. How you hated them, how you fougfct against taking them. With our children it's different. Mothers who cling to the old form cf physic simply don't realize what they do. The children's revolt is well-founded. Their tender little "Insides" are injured by them. If your child's stomach, liver and bowels need cleansing, give only deli clous "California Syrup of Figs." Its action Is positive, but gentle. Millions of mothers keep this harmless "fruit laxative" handy; they know children love to take it; that it never falls to clean the liver and bowels and sweet en the stomach, and that a teaspoonful given oday saves a sick child tomor row. Ask at ihe store for a 50-ccnt bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," which has full directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown-ups plainly on each bottle. Adv. The Laugh That Failed. "Laugh, and the world laughs with you," quoted the humorist with the un barbered hair, as he handed the editor an alleged Jtke of tho Joo Millar vin tage. "Yes." replied th3 editor. Then, af ter glancing over it, he handed it back with the comment: "But this is no laughing matter, I'm sorry to say." Whereupon, the man of humor, with head bowed down, wandered slowly hence into tho unexplored hither. MEAT CLOGS KIDNEYS THEN YOUR BACK HURTS Take a Glass of Salts to Flush Kid neys If Bladder Bothers You Drink Lots of Water. No man or woman who eats meat regularly can make a mistake by flush ing the kidneys occasionally, says a well-known authority. Meat forms uric acid which excites the kidneys, they become overworked from the strain, get sluggish and fail to filter the waste and poisons from the blood, then we get sick. Nearly all rheu matism, headaches, liver trouble, ner vousness, dizziness, sleeplessness and urinary disorders come from sluggish kidneys. The moment you feel a dull ache tn the kidneys or your back hurts or if the urine is cloudy, offensive, full of sediment, irregular of passage or at tended by a sensation of scalding, stop eating meat and get about four ounces of Jad Salts from any pharmacy; take a tablespoonful in a glass of water before breakfast and in a few days your kidneys will act fine. This fa mous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon Juice, combined with lithia, and has been used for generations to flush and stimulate the kidney, also to neutralize the acida in urine so it no longer causes irrita tion thus ending bladder weakness. Jad Salta is inexpensive and cannot Injure; makes a delightful efferves cent llthla-water drink which everyone should take now and then to keep the kidneys clean and active and the blood pure, thereby avoiding serious kidney complications. Adv. 1 .In Backward Borneo. According to the Horseless Age, there are only five automobiles la British North Borneo, and 2,400,000 In the United States. Now you under stand why there are no gasoline mil lionaires In North British Borneo.- Richmond Times-Dispatch. FRECKLES Now Is the Tim to Get Bid of The t'jjir Hpot. There's no longer the Ujchteat ned of frrllnfr ashamed of your freckle, aa tb prescription othln double strength la guaranteed to remove theae homely spota. ' Simply ret an ounce of othlne drruble trcngth from your drugglat, and apptyja. little or it night ami morning and. you houid loon aee that even the wont rrecklea utve begun to disappear, while the Lighter fnea nave vanisned entirely. It la seldom that more than one ounce la needed to com pletely clear the akin and gain a beautiful clear complexion. Ue aure to aak for the double strength nthlne, aa this la sold under guarantee of money back If It falls to remove frecktea. Adv. Its Transformation. "This," said the messenger sadly an he looked on tho broken form which had been knocked out of his hands, "was ence an article on electricity." "Well, what rf it?" asked a by stander. "And now it is a piece of current Pi" CLEANSE THE PORES Of Your Skin and Make It Fresh and Clear by Using Cutlcura. Trial Free. When suffering from pimples, black heads, redness or roughness, amear the skin with Cutlcura Ointment. Then wash off with Cutlcura Soap and hot water. These super-creamy emol lients do much for the skin because they prevent pore clogging. Free spmple each by mail with Book. Address postcard, Cutlcura, Dept. L, Uostor. Sold everywhere. Adv. In Different Lights. "For tilt Is convinced that in a year !n'il iu starring." "That'a cl! ts josshlncW ,