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ITowa of All Kinds Gathered From
Various Points Throughout
OF INTEREST, TO ALL READERS
Hex ltamlall of Olbhoii, pilot of thn
nlrplnno which crashed to the otirtli nt
St. Paul, liiRtnntly hilling Lieut. Cain,
cron Wrlgjit nml causing Injuries to
Miss Helen Hnggard which reunited
tn her death, Is unable to explain the
cniiBo oC tho accident further tlmn to
Bay something was wrong with tho
mechanism of his plane. Hnudall es
caped with a broken arm and bruises.
That tho Nebraska Farmers' union
can solve, the sugar problem for lta
members 'through the operation of n
Keep Liver and Bowels
Clean and Active
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Sick headache, biliousness, coated
1 Congestion of freight and express matter In West sticct, New York, due to strike of the lonGshoreincn. 2
Policemen guarding n car In Oakland. Cal., from n mot) of striking traction workers. 8 Col. K. M. House, HI with
the grippe, debarking at Now York from the steamship Northern Pacific.
NEWS REVIEW OF
CaWiiet Takes Over Rule of Na
tion Pending Recoverv of
HIS AILMENT NOT REVEALED
Doinga of the Industrial Conference
Army Is Hot After "Redo" League
of Nations Comet Into Being
Anti-Golehevist Armies Closing
In en Soviet Russia.
By EDWARD W. PICKARD.
Because of the certainty that the
resumption f his official duties by
President Wilson will bo long delayed,
,tho cabinet has taken matters Into Its
own hands and Is virtually running
tho government. For the first tlmo
since Sir. Wilson became the chief
magurtmte, It Is performing the func
tions atletcd It by the Constitution.
Each member of the cabinet Is handling
all executive matters within Its Juris
diction, and all other questions that
come hp are passed on by tho full cab
inet. The moat Important decisions
are svbssiUed to Mr. Wilson for his
approval, ttrroagh Admiral Grayson.
SpecUtaally, the Industrial and eco
nomic attention which has been
brought to a crisis by the steel strike
Is beta bnndtcd by Secretnry Baker.
Secretary of Labor Wilson Is looking
after tic threatened coal miners'
strike, and Secretary of Agriculture
Houston Is doing what he can to avert
tho sugar famine.
The president's physicians nnd ev
erybody at tho White House have com
bined te keep from the public the real
character of his Illness. Admiral Gray
eon teW tho cabinet what It Is, but
pledged It to secrecy. All the people
are permitted to know Is contained
In the official bulletins, which report
Mr. AY0'8 continued Improvement,
department of Justlco Is not doing nil
It might In this respect und It may
be tho nnny Is certainly active nnd
achieving excellent results. This Is
especially true of the central depart
ment under General Wood, which has
to deal with one of tho worst regions,
that Including Gary, South Chicago
and tho surrounding townti. Repeated
raids have been made on the radicals
there, great quantities of their propa
ganda material have been seized and
some of the ringleaders arrested nnd
held, presumably for deportation, since
they are mostly unnaturalized foreign
ers. The army authorities assert that
tho revolutionists, taking advantage
of the steel strike, are trying to or
ganize tho workers for nn armed re
volt ngnlnst the government. Colonel
Mopes, In command at Gary, says If
ho were to make public the evidence
he has collected, the strike would col
lapse, hut the government Is not taking
a hand in the situation for the purpose
of breaking the strike.
Tho steel companies claimed steady
Improvement In conditions, from their
standpoint, though the strikers as
serted most of the returning workers
wcro unskilled. Allen steel men In
largo numbers ore-engaging steamship
passage back to Europe.
with occasional slight set-backs such
'as headache, and restlessness due to
swelling of the prostate glnnd. The
story that he bad a lesion of the brain
has been vigorously though unofficially
Seated, but It Is admitted that his
complete 'recovery Is contingent on
'keeping bias absolutely nt rest In mind
and body. The truth appears to be
that he has had ne cerebral attack but
la suffering from n general nervous
and physical breakdown.
Despite their wartime agreement to
work at the present scale until peace
Is officially declared or until March 31,
1020, the soft coal miners of the coun
try, about GOOiOOO In number, have been
ordered out on strike on November 1.
Secretary of Labor Wilson took im
mediate steps to avert the strike, nnd
at last reports was hopeful of success.
Tho miners demand a five-day week,
n six-hour day and a general wage In
crease of CO per cent. The miners now
receive $8 to $10 a day and the mine
The strike of the longshoremen,
followed by that of the teamsters and
chauffeurs, in New York threatened
the. metropolis with a serious food
shortage, for shipments were left to
rot on the docks. The collapse of the
strike was foreshadowed by the vote
of several of the local unions to return
to work, nnd the firm stand taken by
the railway administration In dealing
with the express company employees.
Ing the life out of the soviet govern
ment. Denlklnc kept up his ndvnnce
on Moscow, capturing Orel nnd other
Important points. The army of the
northwest under Yudcnltch took Luga
and pressed on toward Pctrogrnd,
whoso fall was Imminent. This army,
It was said, was working In close un
derstanding with Admiral Kolchuk
whose Siberian troops were pushing
tho holshcvlkl back to the European
border. These three commanders have
rejected nil overtures from Germany,
maintaining their connection with the
An official dispatch from Archangel
snld tho North Russian forces were
pursuing tho holshcvlkl In the direc
tion of Onegn after occupying their
fortified positions along tho railroad,
capturing guns and prisoners nnd de
stroying an armored train. In fact,
they seem to be doing very well with
out tho help of tho British and Amer
ican troops that were withdrawn.
Meanwhile the British fleet in the
Baltic was very busy. The supreme
council having declared a blockade ot
nil Russian bolshevik ports, a number
of German vessels were seized. Then
tho British warships moved on Kron-
studt. After n severe bombnrdment it
was evacuated by the holshcvlkl nnd
the fleet entered the hnrbor. All neu
tral nations have been asked to Join
in the blockndc of bolshcvlst Russia,
Lieutenant D'AnnunzIo seems tc
have adopted a m6re yielding attitude
In regard to Flume, which he still
holds. Ho has sent to Premier Cle
menceau an appeal to take the Initia
tive in obtaining from the allied gov
ernments u declaration making Flume
nn open port The present Italian plar
contemplates an Independent buffer
state at Flume with the extension ot
Italian control, over tho strip of coast
from Flume to Trieste so the new
state shall abut on Italian territory
on that sldo und not be surrounded
by Jugo-Slavla Influence. The dan
ger of war over this problem Is fad
ing. D'AnnunzIo sent word to Paris
that he had drafted a manifesto urging
both Serbs and Italians to recognize
mutual national rights nnd to "main
tain the bonds of brotherhood whlcb
have been sealed by blood."
Apparently Irreconcilable differences
between tho several groups are crop
ping eat In 'the Industrial conference,
as might have been expected. In the
first a-Iace, Mr. Gompers, ns head of
the labor group Insisted that the con
(foronce should arrange for arbitration
of the steel strike. His resolution
was doomed to defeat, nnd the vote
was deferred by order of the confer
ence will the steering committee
should bring In Its report on collective
bargaining. This also was n matter
ou which ngrcement seemed almost
bnivessible, for labor Insists on the
right of workers to bnrgnln through
tho unions and to pick Its representa
tives from outside the plant or Indus
try If It wishes; while cnpltnl declares
tho employer should be required to
deal only with committees of his own
employees. Furthermore, capital says
tho plunt mnst be recognized ns the
unit, while labor demands thpt tho In
dustry he recognized as the uult. In
these questions it seems that capital
has the support of a considerable part
of ti.e public group.
Tfeo formers' representatives, who
are classed among the capitalists, pre
JBCfltcd n statement of principles In
whlch these demands of tho agricul
turists are set forth:
1. Such returns ns will fairly com
pensate them for their capital In
vested, their technical skill, their man
agwrlal ability, nnd their manual mlior.
2. That they and their families hnvc
(Social, educational, and political op
portunities equal to those cngnged In
The League of Nations came Into
being on October 13, Grcnt Britain,
France and Italy having ratified the
treaty. Steps wore taken at once look
ing to Its regular organization, nnd
goodness knows there Is enough for it
The United Stntes Is still outside
the league and tho contest In the sen
nto continues unnbated. Considerable
time and much vehement Innguago
were devoted last week to debating
the proposed Shantung amendment.
As we expected, it wax voted down,
but almost every senator who spoke
In opposition to It, said he favored a
reservation on tho snmo lines. Sena
tor Shields of Tennessee, Democrat,
declared himself In favor of the Lodge
reservations and the Johnson amend
ment giving the United States ns many
votes In the league as Great Britain.
Tho administration forces let It be
known on Wednesday that they were
determined to vote for rejection of the
treaty with the Lodgo reservations,
and the opposition nt once prepnred
to retaliate with a resolution declar
ing the war nt an end and restoring
the status of pence.
The entente allies are disturbed
over the American situation because
the many commissions provided for In
the treaty must he organized very soon.
The formnl exchange of ratifications
of the treaty which will put It Into
'.fTeet wns delayed by tho allies In consequence.
Prices of food throughout the Uni
ted States hnve fallen almost 25 per
cent, according to Attorney General
Palmer. But housewives, also through
out the United States, arc asking why,
If this Is true, they nre forced to pay
as much as ever or more when, they
visit tho retail dealer.
Tho cost of leather and of footwear
has dropped 20 per cent since the mid
dle of August, says the president of
the National Boot and Shoe Manufac
turers' association. But the consumer
Is still paying exorbitant prices for
his shoes, ami the aforesaid president
explains that tho shoes now being man
ufactured nt reduced cost will not be
marketed before next April.
Tho tremendous hullabaloo about
reducing tho cost of living nnd punish
ing the profiteer has dwindled until
it can scarcely be heard with tho nld
of a microphone. Just nt present tho
consumer Is exercised about tho sugar
situation which promises to develop
Into a fnmlne with 25 cents n pound
or more demnnded for the small
amounts of sugar to be had. Tho do
mestic output Is nowhere near enough,
and It seems most of the Cuban crop Is
going to Europe. Dealers blame our
government for this condition because
It limited tho wholesale prlco while
European dealers wero willing to puy
Attorney General Palmer hns been
'attacked la congress for his-apparent
laxity fc dealing with the "red" men
ace la the United States, but if th
One o tho Jilg Jobs of the League
of Nations' will be to settle affairs In
the Baltic stntes. Though General von
dcr Goltz submitted to his government
and resigned, n large part of his army
remained In Courhmd and. with a
force of Russians, has been making
a determined attack nn Riga. Tho
Letts rallied to the defense of the city
and were aided, uccordlng to teport,
by a British fleet. Tho iuom recent
dlspntches at this writing say the Rus-so-German
forces were being slowly
forced hack. The Poles took part In
the scrap, attacking the Germans in the
rear, capturing Kovno nnd threaten
int. the German lines of cnnimunlcatlon.
At the same time the nntl-hnlshevlk
ruilew in Russia wr steadily crush-
The federal trade commission came
to hnt ngnln with another of Its reports
attacking the big packers, stotlng they
now handle more thun 200 food prod
ucts not, related to the ment Indus
try and hid fair to domlnnto the whole
sale grocery trade, dividing the field
Of course Hie puckers, this tlnm
through Louis B. Swift, declared the
trade commission's figures wero great
ly exaggerated and tho conclusions
based on them utterly absurd. As us
ual, the "big five" can supply facts and
figures to uphold their entlro Inno
cence, hut for some reason the general
public hns learned to look askance nt
tho statistics these gentlemen produce.
This may be due to what the trade com
mission cnlls "the maze and secrecy
of the packer's methods of conducting
much of his business."
All legislation enacted by the spe
cial session of the legislature which
J convened at Lincoln October 8 nnd ad
' Journed October 11, alTected Omaha
( nnd Douglas county alone, the most
Important being n bill to provide
I county commissioners power to Issue
bonds to repair tho court house and re
1 place furniture and records destroyed
In tin: recent riot, without submitting
the bonds to n vote of the people.
Other measures enncted give tho city
commissioners of Omulm the right to
elect non-residents as chief of police,
Inspector of police nnd patrolmen,
raises salaries and repeals the civil
service provision relating to the police.
A conference of mayors of Nebraska,
state falr-prlco commissioner, chair
men nnd members of county falr-prlco
committees and other stnte represen
tatives are to convene nt Lincoln No
vember 27 ut the request of Governor
McKelvlo, to consider plans for co
operation with federal officials In tho
campaign ngnlnst the high cost of liv
ing. United States Attorney General
Pnlmer will represent the government
at the meeting.
Delegates from 82 farmers' co-operative
elevator associations met In
Omaha a short time ago and formed
nn organization to he known as the Na
tional Co-opcratlvo company, to tell
nnd handle- nil kinds of grain on a
real co-operative plan. The capital
stock of the company is $2,000,000.
Only farmers' co-operative elevator
associations may hold or own stock.
Tenant Nehrasknns who have rent
profiteering landlords nro asked to re
port their grievances to the state de
partment of flnnncc, division of tax
ation, State House, Lincoln. "Wo want
to know the iisscsmmI value of the
property, present rental charge and
the legal location, so wo can Investi
gate," says Secretary Phil Bross.
Director General Illnes of the rail
road administration has notified state
officials that more than 1,800 now
freight cars, built for eastern traffic,
have been diverted to western Nebras
ka to transport . surplus wheat to
Omaha nnd beet sugar to eabtern
In order that the school teachers of
Schuyler mnymttend tho convention of
the State Teachers' association in
Omnhu, November 0, 0 and 7, the
Board of Education will pay the rail
road fare of all tho city teachers to
and from Omaha.
Tho legality of tho action of the leg
islature culling a constitutional con
vention is held valid by the state su
preme court. The election of dele
gates will be held November 4. The
convention starts December 2.
By a vote of 52 to 24, the lower
house, during tho special legislative
session nt Lincoln, passed a resolu
tion asking Nebrnsku senators In
,'ashlngton to work for tho defeat of
Uie league of nations.
A. II. Bnckhaus, formerly publisher
of the Pierce Leader, has purchased
nn Interest In the Columbus Telegram
nnd will succeed Lloyd Swuln ns busi
ness mnnager (of the puper.
The work of laying concrete on the
slx-mlle strctcli of federal highway be
tween Fremont nnd Ames, stnrted
after weeks of delay, is rapidly near
Corn buskers in Buffalo county will
get eight cents n bushel for their work
tills fall, that price having been ngreea
upon by the farm bureau members.
Ono death from the dreaded Influ
enza occurred nt Omaha Just the other
day. The few cases reported In the
metropolis nro being kept under strict
More than 5,000 teachers nro ex
pected to attend the convention of the
Nebraska State Teachers' association
nt Omaha, November 5, 0 and 7.
Nebraska beet sugar refiners have
Indicated their Intention to nblde by
the government ruling to Fell sugar at
the factory nt 10 cents n pound.
Auburn is tho only town In kVcbrns
kn so far that has completed tho or
ganization of a Natlonul Guard com
Virtually all tho soldiers stationed
at Omnha following the disorders of
September 28 have been withdrawn.
Reports read nt tho C2d convention
of the Nebraska I. O. O. F. nt York
showed that the Odd Fellows nnd Re
bekah lodges In this state hnve en
Joyed n healthy growth the past year.
Tho old Jefferson county court
house, built ut Fnlrbury half n cen
tury ngo, was sold the other day for
50.550. It Ib to bo fitted up for an eat
Cattle nvernged from $215 to $1,100
per head, and horses from $250 to $200
nt the Kirk Griggs stock salo of Hol
steln cattle nnd Shlro horses nt Bea
trice. A contract has been uwnrded for tho
construction of n $12,000 sewer sys
tem nt Wllber.
Adjutant General Paul hns received
word from Washington that. Nebraska
will bo entitled to two appointments
to the West Point mllltnry academy,
examinations to bo held the first two
weeks in December.
Governor McKelvIe hns Issued a
proclamation setting forth November
7 Fire Prevention Day, and asks that
tho dny bo observed by nil private,
puhllc nnd pnrochlnl schools with ex
ercises appropriate to the subject
..u.....n i..... . .iunuiuii ui a j Slck headacho, biliousness, coateo
big refinery In the sugar beet district tonguCf sonr, gassy stomach-nlwoys
In the western part of the stnte, Is tho
sense of resolutions adopted by the
Beatrice local, which bus a member
ship of 130. An Investment of $2,
000,000 Is contemplated.
With harvest of Nebraska's potato
crop nenrly completed, shipments
should totnl 2,571, or approximately
COO cars more thnn the estimated ship
ment of last month, according to gov
eminent estimates. This compares
with n total of 5,000 cars In UHS,
trace this to torpid liver; delayed,
fermenting food in the bowels.
Poisonous matter clogged in the In
testines, Instead of being cast out of
the system Is re-absorbed Into the
blood. When this poison reaches the
delicate brain tissue it causes conges
tion and that dull, throbbing, sickening
Cascarets immediately cleanse tho
stomach, remove the sour, undigested
fond and foul gases, take the excess
amounting to a -it) per cent decrease Ulc from the Uvcr ttniJ Cftrry out u
the constipated wnsto matter nnd pol
eons In the bowels.
A Cascarct tonight will have yon
feeling clear, rosy and as fit ns n fiddle
by morning. They work while yoa
Had Not Made a Choice.
They had Just completed the fifth
dance three, couples and some thirty
odd glrlh nnd they hnd strolled out te
the balcony to rest. He, Just out of
high school, and she out of high school
"So." ho said, beginning tho conver
sation, "you ore from Indiana?"
"You're mighty right," she answered.
He stuttered and stammered. "Why
ci really " ho said, "that Is, 1
t'on't know I mean I haven't decided
for tho present yenr
Lieutenant B. W. Mnynnrd, winner
of the trann-contlnental air race, paid
the people of Wahoo, this state, n
glowing compliment shortly after land
ing at MIncoln, N. Y., for the courtesy
extended to himself und observer dur
ing their elghlcen-hour stay In thn
city when the motor In their plane he
A mineral company has leased sev
eral thousand acres of land along tho
range of hills which divides Hcotts
Bluff and Banner counties, on which
will be employed n largo force of men
to remove a volcanic ash deposit,
known ns Fuller's earth, or pumlco
Although lighting gnmely through
out the entire contest the Nehraskn
university footbnll squad went down
to defeat before tho husky Notro
Dnmu accreuatlon nt (Lincoln br a
score of 14 to 0, It being the second
defeat administered to the Cornhusk
ers this season.
Reports of political conditions In
different counties heard during tho
special session of the legislature at
Lincoln were to the effect that Gov
ernor McKelvlo might not be u candi
date for reuonilnntloii.
Just beforo the final adjournment
of the special leglslntlvo session nt
Lincoln n Joint commltteo to consider
tho matter of another special session
was named to consider the profiteer
Miss Helen nnggard of St Paul,
who succumbed as the result of Injur
ies received In nn airplane accident In
thnt city, Is the first woman In Ne
braska to meet death while flying.
The state supreme court hnB denied
a writ of habeas corpus to Anson B.
Cole, sentenced to electrocution ln n,0,t immediate relief.
December for the murder of Mrs. Lulu
Vogt in Howard county two years ngo.
Farmers and business men of Rnrk-
ford, Fllley nnd Virginia, Gage county,
have pledged $9,000 us a starter for n
proposed electric light lino from
Holmesvllle through these three towns.
The Nebraska Blacksmiths, Horse
shoers nnd Wheelwrights' association
convention at York voted to boost the
prlco of horseshoeing nnd other blnck
smltblng work from 10 to 20 per cent
The Hastings Board of Education
voted to dismiss city schools Novem
ber 5, 0 and 7, In order Uiut the teach
ers may attend tho Stnte Teachers'
convention to be held In Omaha.
The federal aid rond, which engin
eers nre survevlnc from Hynnnls to
Ognllala, nnd which will pass through
Arthur and Keystone, Is to bo com
pleted early next summer.
The contract Just let for pnvlng
Lincoln street from Twentieth to the
feeble minded Institute nt Rentrlca
entails nn expenditure of $55,000.
Receipts of nil rnllronds in Ne
braska were $81,717,810. for the past
year, nccordlng to reports received by
tho State Rnllwny commission.
Bonds to the nmount of $150,000
wore voted nt u speclnl election nt Nor
folk to construct u new high school
Plans nre being lnld by n number of
towns nnd cities In this Etato for the
observance of Armistice Dny, Novem
Work on the construction of a
$50,000 sewer system nt Wymore Is to
begin In n fow dnys.
Mrs. Thomas Gullfoyle sold her Gi0
acre ranch In Dawson county tho other
duy for $50,000.
A movement Is under wny to organ
lzo a band for Sidney nnd Cheyenne
Several fnrmors nenr Auburn report
potato crop yields of 400 bushels nn
Although the Salvation Army home
service drive fell Bhort nbout fifty per
cent, steps have already been taken to
start the erection of the nrmy'B young
women's boarding building nt Omalm.
After January first, when railroads
of tho nation nro to -bo returned to
their owners, headquarters for nil
branch systems of the Union Pacific
nro to bo established at Omaha.
II. D. NorrlB, pilot of plane No. 87
in tho ocenn-to-ocean nlr race, and his
mechnnlclnn, H. J. Meyer, wcro In
jured when their mnchlne crashed into
a hill while landing nenr Oconto.
Farmers of Dnwes county hnvo lost
n number of hogs from contagious
dlsenscs In tho past few months,
County Agent Taylor reports.
Governor McKelvlo has stated thaf
Douglas county will' not bo required
to rclmburso the stnto for the expense
of the speclnl session of the legisla
ture. A new paving mnp, Just completed
for the city of Hastings shows a total
of twenty-three miles of paving now In
use. Contracts recently awarded will
make the city's total above twenty
AT ANY AGE
It Isn't age, it's careless living that
Euts men "down and out" Keep your
iternni organs lu good condition and
you wQl always be phjalcolly fit
The kidneys arc the moot over
worked organs in the human ,body.
When they break down under the
train and the deadly uric acid ac
cumulates and crystallizes look out!
These sharp crystals tear and scratch
tut delicate urinary channels causing
excruciating pain and set up irrita
tions which may cause premature de-i
AittMt sw1 tttr rfrt turn InEO
dmdly Brighfa Disease. . . tii
One of tho first warnings of slutSef
(rich kidney action is pain or utlilnesa
in tho small of the back, loss of appe-,
titc, indigestion or rheumatism.
Do not wait until tho danger is upon
you. At the first indication of trouble
go after the causo nt once. Get a trial
box of GOLD MEDAL naarlem OH
r-.rvonloo Imnnrrrd direct from the
Isboratorien in Hollom' .They will give
xi ior ut
......... il... aiiniill tint. Tonr money
be refunded. But bo sure to get GOLD
MEDAL. None other is genuine, a
esled boxes, tbreo sixes. Adv.
Rank hy Christening.
Two negroes wero carrying a heavy
piece of timber. Both wanted to "boss
"Lay it down here," ordered one.
"What you-nll n-talkin' to, man?" ths
other demanded. "Does you-nll tblab
rou kin boss mo nround like dnt?"
"Sure I kin," said tho first darkey,
"Mah nnmo Is Low Tennnnt"
"Huh I dnt's nothln," responded tb
second son of the sunny South "Mah
name Is Sum Browne."
titato ot Ublo, city ot Toledo, Uueu
County ss, .... .
Frank J. Cheney malces oath that he U
lonlor partner of the Hrm of P. J. Cheney
& Co.. dolnjf bualncBs In the City mt To
ledo, County and State aforesaid, and that
laid nrm- will pay the sum of ONES HUN
DRISD DOLLARS for ony case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by .the use ol
Sworn to beforo me and subscribed to
my presence, this eth day of December,
A. D. 1SSC. . . . ...
(Seal) A. W. GteaBon. Notary Public.
HAWS CATARRH MEDICINE U takj
en Internally and acts thraugti the Bleos
on the Mucoub Surfaces of the Srateav.
F. J. Chwioy & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
A Just Grievance.
"Why nre you so prejudiced against
"He was n slacker during the war,"
said tho discharged doughboy.
"It's trno that he didn't go to
France, but he clnlms ne i Kept use
homo fires burning." .
"So he did, tho lounge lizard! Ek
kept 'em burning under n chufing dish
presided over by tho girl I left be
Cutlcura Soothes Itching Scalp
On retiring gently rub spots of dar
draff and Itching with Cutlcura Olob
meat Next morning shampoo with
Cutlcura Soap and hot water. Males
them your every-dny toilet preparatloai
and bavo a clear skin and soft; whlM
Llttlo Susan's nuntio writes love
stories occasionally for magazines.
The other day she did a mystery one
nnd told the family about it. Little
Susan pnssed the news on to her little
friend. "Yes, it was n story all right,"
her mother beard her Bay, "but tt
wasn't n romnntlenl one not nearly
bo romantlcal as mot she writes are."
It Is estimated by competent author
ities that 30 per cent of the leather
furnishing anlinnls of Italy have been
slaughtered for food purposes during
tho war. Some years are necessary
recoup these losses.
Nlgat aad nferafai.'
Haom Strong. thtUtky
Smart or Burn, if Sore,
Irritated, Inflamed or
often. Soothe, fresh. Sato far
infant or Adult AtallDruggis. Wrltefsr
"S", -Hf ?" "VI 'r"iV nvnrn lrvrf. SWTWtt'W
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