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"Why are you putting that greasy stuff on your lips, mummy?" "liecuuso they're a little cracked, dear." "Is that the stuff daddy puts on his head every morning, mummy?" Ho ton Transcript. Precious metals are not used In kitchen kettles. 5 Pass. Sedan 860 f. o. b. Flint, Mich. for Every Family Trontportotlom FlTC-Pass. Sedan . , . $860 Llttht Delivery . . . . 510 Commercial Chassis . . 425 Utility Express Truck Chstils 575 It's a wise father who knows all his child asks him. No one Is strictly knows all the facts. neutral If ho The favorite 5 homebreatft makers for fiSty years SBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSfkVwCswliBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSft sssHMlwH Northwestern Yeast Co. 1730 North Ashland Av. Chicago, 11L ta$ I TIP $& LEGION . (Copy for This Department Supplied tf the American IakIdii News Service.) ILLINOIS MEN WIN BONUS Supreme Court Upholds Act Providing for the Allowance of Fifty Cents Per Day. The close relation existing between the services of the individual soldier of the World war und tho general wel fare of the state gives rise to n claim appealing to a universal sense of fair ness and Justice, declared the opinion of the Supreme court of Illinois In up holding the bonus act of that state. The court was unanimous on tho con stitutionality of the act and by this decision paves tho way for KOO.OOO ex service nien und women to obtain a state bonus. The Illinois act provides for tho payment of CO cents per day for each duy of service in the nrmy, navy or marine corps. The maximum payment which any veteran may draw Is $:!00. To pay the veterans a bond Issue of 505.000.000 has been made and will bo sold Immediately. 1'almer I). IM intinds, chief clerk of the board which passes on the bonus applications, hud estimated that payment will begin about July 1, nnd that tho former sol diers will be paid nt the rato of ap proximately 24,000 n month. Applica tions to the number of L'liO.OOO are al ready on Hie with the board. The case In Supreme court, n "friendly suit" brought by the father of n Legion man of Springfield, III., attracted much attention. It was the contention of the attorneys for the ap pellants that the law violated the con stitution by granting oxtrn compensa tion after public service bad been rendered. The opinion of the court, written by Chief Justice Thompson, nnd without n dissenting vote, held that the recipi ents of compensation In the case did not come within this specification of tho constitution. They, the opinion said, do not stand In the relation of a public olllcer, agent, servant or con tractor of, or with the stnte, and "thnt tho section has no application here." The activity of the American Legion In nsslstlng the securing of the passage of the Illinois act Is well known. The organization was called on to write the act and was nt nil times active In moving toward Its passage. On tho eve of the election by which the voters of the state approved the bond Issue to pay compensation, the organization staged n demonstration throughout tho Btate thnt won thousands of votes. Under advice of the Legion, the ruling was made by the bonus board that all service should be compensated at the specified rate until 1020. Tho previous acceptance had been for service ac tually rendered before the armistice. USED FLOUR TO 'RAISE DOUGH' Unique Money-Raising Plan Successful ly Carried Out by Waukenan (III.) Legion Auxiliary. r.y use of n unique funding plan, tho American Legion Auxiliary nt Wanke gan, III., has succeeded In providing club-room furniture for the Legion post of that city. Little expense was In curred In the campaign and the ladles were able to deliver n sufllclcnt fund to the members of tho Legion to complete ly equip the clubrooms. A house-to-house canvass wns made by the auxiliary women In the Interest of a certain brand of flour. When n Waukegau woman was Impressed by the "canvass" and they usually were they placed nn order for n bag of flour, to be delivered at n future date. On every barrel of flour sold the workers received $1, the goal being set nt 51,000. which It Is said was realized within n short time. Incidentally, Wnu kegnn grocers were forced to Iny In n lnrge stock of the flour to care for the demands from the result of the solici tation of the workers. TO THOSE IN OCEArJ' GRAVES Special Memorial Services Conducted by Legion In Honor of Victims of Sea Warfare. Those Americans who perished nt sea during the World war were pnld fitting tribute on Memorlnl dny by tho American Legion. Hundreds of Ameri cans went down us sea victims of tho submarine nnd their unmarked graves were remembered. On tho Tlconderoga nlono 213 brave Americans went down, and scores of others perished In u similar manner. Recognition of the sailor's part In the wnr was paid by numerous posts of the Legion when the members set adrift barks of (lowers In memory of those who perished at sea, now resting In wave-swept graves. Heavy Load for Legion. Kenesaw Mountain Laudls, supreme arbitrator of organized baseball re cently predicted that "within live years many supposedly able-bodied veteruns will begin to falter because of shock and exposure suffered In the trenches." And hd added : "The American Legion Is the only body which is taking nn active stand fur Justice to disabled men, nnd on the Legion will fall the. responsibility of seeing thnt congress does Its duty." COMPILING WORLD WAR DATA Achievements of Men and Women Dur ing Great Conflict to De Re corded In Qcner.nl History. Comi llatlon of the achievements of the nii-n and women of the World war, nnd tie c.xtnlUIlinu'nt of u national lit&ton. a archives for the preservation of doiunicnts and Important data con cerning the cnnidgns of the war, H the pilinlpal work which has fallen tn the ollue of the national historian of tho American Legion. One of the most recent advances of this Important cog In the Lcioti ma chine at headquarters In IndlannpolN, Is the completion of the biographical data of the mow whose World war careers and prominence In Legion his tory will he of Interest to Legion men In future years. Ebon 10. Putnam, of Wellesley Farms, Mass., national historian of tho or ganization, whose entire time Is de manded In the obtaining of dntn and records for the continuance of the archives section t the Legion, has delegated much of this work for biographical reference to Harvey O. Thomas, assistant national historian formerly of Montlccllo. Ind. Under Mr. Thomas' direction, ac cumulation of this data concerning nearly ri.OOO Legion members through out the 11,000 posts of the organization Harvey C. Thomas. In the world Is progressing rapidly. Comprehensive questionnaires have been bent out and there Is already a mass of this matter in his olllce, await ing classification. In preparation of this general history of the Legion, the history of each poit Is necessary. Through the state organ ization, requests are made to tho Individual posts for names of organ izers, dates, the olllcers ulnce the char tering of the unit, the progress In mem bers annually, all of which points out dellnltely the leaders In that post. This Information Is In turn garnered by the department historian, executive com mittee meetings and conferences. This combined with the post history will glvo the entire department history. The history of posts and departments will be added to the biographical dnta ob tained by Mr. Thomas, making com plete records for a Legion history, pub lication of which Is now contemplated. Thomas entered tho service early In May, 1017. He received a commission of lieutenancy In Infantry shortly nfur wanls and was assigned to the Fifty eighth Infantry, which later becnnie a unit of the Fourth division. He went overseas with this organization and was with the regiment during the Alsne Marne campaign. Wounded at Flsmes, he was returned to the UnKod States, landing on Armistice day, and wns re tired from tho service In July, 10-0, with the rank of captain. FLOWERS ON NURSES' GRAVES MnJ. Julia C. Stlmson Makes Trip to Paris to Decorate Last Rest ing Places. Honoring the last resting places of eleven Amerlcnn nurses who sleep In Suresnes cemetery In France, nn lm- i prchslve ceremony conducted by United States representatives, und at tended by American residents In France, recently marked the decora tion of tho graves of these brave women. Their bodies He in the Amer ican cemetery, where sleep nearly 1.G0O other American World war dead. The cemetery, flow n shrine of Amerlcnn patriotism, was chosen for the services presided over by MnJ. .Tulln C. Stlmson, former chief of the ''Amerlcnn nursing service nnd n mem ber of the .Tnnu A. Delnno post of tho American Legion of Washington, D. C. Major Stlmson made the trip to France for tho purpose of decorating the graves. Col. Frnncls A. Drake of Paris rep resented tho American Legion of Con tinental Kuropo at the services. El liott Wndsworth, assistant secretnry of the treasury of the United States, wns present, as was Col. T. Hentley Mott of the Amerlcnn embassy, and other prominent members of the American colony In Paris. Prayers were recited by Dr. Frederick Heekman of the American church of thu Holy Trinity. Additional Wards Ordered. An additional ward building has been authorized by the Oklahoma legis lature for the Soldiers' Tubercular home at Sulphur, due to the efforts of the American Legion of that state. Tho legislature also autliomeu the con struction of nn additional ward to caro for mentally Incompetent anil shell shocked veterans at tbo Norman (Okla.) hospital, another suggestion of the Legionnaires. The expenditures In the two cases will reach $200,000. PROVED EFFECTIVE BY A FIFTY YEARS The moit widely turd world (o ovcrcomo the effect of catarrh. Catarrh Is tUcot and InilJIous tn ravages, invades nearly every household and hovers meet pcill- Icnco every wncfc. f0 nd thousand r.'. Dogs of war live on scraps. EXPECT BIG CROPS Conditions In Western Canada Please Farmers. Seeding Has Been Begun Earlier Than for Many Years, and Soil Is In Perfect Shape. With weather conditions highly fa vorable, the farmers of Western Can udn, with the exception probably of n portion of Manitoba, have completed seeding from ten to fifteen days earlier than for some years past. In some pnrts of Manitoba there were Hoods which delayed seeding, but they have abated, and left the laud'ln good shape for quick work and speedy germina tion. In Saskatchewan soil conditions for seeding were never better. With u "onerous quuntlty of snow, which after melting left needed moisture, and an other snowstorm after seeding was finished, there wns an Ideal condition creuted. From all parts of Alberta there came thu best of reports as to rainfall und snow moisture, leaving tho ground In the condition required for the prospects of a good crop. Spring, as In most other parts of the continent, "was backward, but notwith standing this, as has been said, farmers were able to get on the land earlier than for some years. In fact, seeding wns practically commenced about tho 12th of April, which to many readers may seem remarkable, when It Is known that several hundred miles far ther south It was not possible to do spring seeding for several days later, lteports to band on the 10th of May state that wheat Is up above tho ground In a great many places, oats nro being sown, and corn -planted. Farm lnbor wus scarce for awhile, but the demand has fullcn olT. One fea ture of the demund for farm help la that farmers aro now employing help by the year, at of course smaller wages than those paid for special work. The Increasing tendency to employ help by the year Is evidence that farmers are not relying solely upon wheat growing, but are going out Into other branches, such as dairying, stock raising, etc. Tho prospects In all portions of West ern Cnnadn were never brighter than nt present. Information regarding the condition of tho crops at any time will bo sent on request made to any Cana dian government agent. Advertise ment. Haste Is needful In a desperate case. Aluminum is easily and quickly cleaned and looks like new when you WSAPOLIO. The name SAPOLIO is on the package. Blue Band Silver Wrapper. CLEAN SCOUR POLISH with " 7' T-nfiY i il ENOCH MOROAN'S SONS $H AMERICA'S HOME Black - Tan White SrliNOlA preserves leather Otnrlr nn iu In SHINOLA HOME SET Makes Shining Eery Genuine Bristle Dauber cleans around the io!e and applies the polish thor oughly. 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