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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, JUNE 26. 1916.
BRITISH GUBS IH
FIGHT UPON FRONT
Berlin - Officially r Atounces
That Oannc wf thef ,lish
-Have Vpened ,Up
RTJSS TAKE ALL BUKOWINA
Petrograd Statement Indicates
Last Town in Grown Land
ITALIANS LOSE" CRUISER
Newspaper Men May :
Go With Troop Trains
Washington. June 24. To cleir Bp
misunderstandings, the War depart
ment issued order to departmental
commander today, directing that
newspaper representatives be per
mitted to accompany National Guard
or other troop trains to the border;
traveling at their own expense.
FEAR FIGHTING ON
Apprehension Exists at Border That
U. B. Troops Battling in
Berlin, June 25. The British have
developed pronounced artillery ac
tivity along the part of the France
Belgian front they hold from La
Bassee to the Somme, the war office
announced today. - The British fire
continued uninterruptedly all night.
' Ruts Occupy Bukowina.
Petrograd, June 25. Occupation of
the entire Austrian crown land of
Bukowina was announced today by
the war office. Possession of - the
province was completed by the cap
ture of the town of Kimpolung, in the
southern part of Bukowina at the
foot of the Carpathians. More than
2,000 prisoner were captured.
Cruller and Destroyer Sunk.
Pari, June 25. The minister of
marine announce that the Italian
auxiliary cruiser Citta di Messina and
the French torpedo boat destroyer
Fourche have been torpedoed in the
Strait of Otranto. ,
The Citta di Messina, which ; was
being escorted by the Fourche, was
the first victim of the submarine. The
Fourche later attacked the underwater
boat, which submerged and disap
- reared. Shortly afterwards the
Fourche itself wis torpedoed. Almost
alt of it crew was saved.
. Worth Fifty-One
. Million Dollars
TVest Point. Neb., June 25. (Spe
cial.) County Assessor Pinker and
his deputies have returned a grand
total of assessment for Cuming county
for this year of $41,598,535. Of this
JH164.520 i the -value of the realty
of the county and $7,434,015 personal
property. The total assessed valuo of
the county is one-fifth of these
figures, making an assessed valuation
of $8,319,667. These figures do not in
clude railroad property, telephones,
express and fire insurance property
and sleeping car companies. The
tela! actual value of the property in
the city of West Point is $2,053,600.
The average value of farm lands this
year is $86.63 a tgainst $77.60 four
The Business Men's association of
West Point has made a contract for
a complete series of moving pictures
of local activities, to be shown at the
city auditorium. Arrangement have
been made to Mve an automobile pa
rade, the fire department will make
a ran and the famous Cadet band will
he in evidence all day. West Point
" will hold nnen house on that dav.
The usual blue rock shoot was held
' at the (arm home of K. K. Benne
on the north tide. A twenty-five
bird match wa (hot for and F. Rue
diger wa high man, with twenty-four
bird. J. Luedke. A. Peatrowtky and
John Jensen had twenty-two each.
I. Haefflin and W. Pates secured
twenty-one each and N. Reichlinger,
H. H. Benne and F. Holit brought
up the near with twenty. ,
Marriage license have been issued
durina the week to the following:
John Kirinovic of Dodge and Miss
Anna Hronek of Cuming county; to
Edward H. Mack and Mis Florence
A. Daniel of Bancroft and to Thomas
Belmont of Beemer and Miss Gladys
Davit of Gordon.
Anton Wolff, formerly deputy eoun-
ty treasurer of Cuming county -and
who later engaged in the banking
business at Oto, la., has aold out hi
interests at that place and purchased
a eoritrolling interest in the First
State bank at Dayton, Minn., twenty'
nine mile nortn.ot Minneapolis. ,
NEW LORD KITCHENER IS ON
HIS WAY HOME FROM AFRICA
- ICnmtHlnN o( Tl Associate frost.
London. June 15. The new Lord
Kitchener, elder brother and heir of
the late secretary of war, who was
Colonel H. E. C. Kitchener, ii re
norted on his wav home from south'
west Africa, where he has been serv
ing in the campaign against the Get-
Although 69 veers old. the new earl
placed himself at the disposal of the
government at the outbreak of the
war, and began active duty at once.
He served in Burma in 1891, being
mentioned in dispatches, and in the
Manipur expedition m the same year,
being again mentioned in dispatchei,
He married in 1877 the only dtugh-
' ter of the late Lieutenant Colonel
Franklin LushinEton. A ion, H. E,
F. C. Kitchener, erved in China in
1900 and ia serving in the present
war. There is also a daughter,
The National Capita
KuiMrtaa deUVerea br geiators Jamea.
Beckham wit titan at the late tniW
Adjourn t t:tl . m. mill noon Hot
oay. . v. ;
HEWS COMES FROM CHIHUAHUA
El Paso, June 25. Apprehension
that battle may be in progress to
night between American and Mexican
troops in at least two places in north
ern Chihuahua gripped the border to-
American columns were moving in
the direction of San Antonio and Ujo
Caliente. while General Jacinto Tre-
vino, commanding the Carranza army
of the north, ha ordered troops at
adjacent points to attack them if they
do not retreat immediately.
Force May Have Met
While information concerning these
movements reached here today from
Chihuahua City, additional advices
indicated that General Trevino's
scouts reported the approach of the
Americans vesterdav and that his
order were issued immediately. With
a lapse o: iwenty-iour nourg, h as
sumed here that it is probable that
the opposing forces may htve met.
' Little was known here tonight as
to the strength of the American col
umns or their mission, but it was as
sumed that one of them might be a
detachment sent by General Persh
ing to rescue the survivors of the
troops of the Tenth cavalry, engaged
Army officer here also pointed out
that the column headed for Ojj
Caliente, about thirty miles southwest
of Carrizal, probably is composed of
the troops surviving the engagement
there and the two squadrons of the
Eleventh cavalry sent to reinforce
them. ' ,
May Be ChMlmi Bandit.
It i believed here that the Ameri
can command, advancing in the di
rection of San Antonio, fifty miles
southeast of Namiquipa, may be in
pursuit of bandits.
While the lack of definite infor
mation begets apprehension, military
men point out that General Pershing,
with General Trevino's threat and
the Carrizal fight before him, un
doubtedly has taken steps to protect
detachments he ha tent out and that
preparation have been made to rein
force the American column if neces
" Continued debate on sundry aMI appro.
. trlatle Mil. ,
Peeoe IUT.SM.MS soadry ohm apart-
. nearaeantatlre Keating, Ceteraa. iae
unsuccessful tKM Cor a llt,stt,tt torero
mM munition raevery.
, Adjovtut tl ;tt y. m. mtll 11 M a.
, Monday. ., , .
f.-.tiaaliaai anal IWttoetlaa.
"I have used Chamberlain' Tab
lr and most say they are the best
I twve ever oed tor const! nation and
1na.rstin- My wife alto used them
for irMinatlon and the did her
good," wr.tee Euftn ft Knight, Wil
mington. M. C. Chamberlain ' Tab
let -- mild and gentle in their ae
t . c them a trial You art eer
t n to a Pitutd with the agreeable
j iv tiiecT wniea way produce.
-'aaui evtrywntre. .
. Waited borne Want Adr in ex
f' ' for lot of answer. Phone
Captain Boyd Lead Force Out of
Lines of Surrounding Se
0THEE TROOP IS OUTIXAIfKED
(CoatuiMd from rt 1.)
INSISTS DE FACTO
, (Cwatlno from rui i.)
cial Agent Rodger at the Mexican
capital hat reported inability as yet
to give any inkling as to what may be
expected from larnnza,
roreanaoowi notnie -Aiutuae,
If a reply has been prepared in the
brief time the Carranza government
ha had to study its position, officials
are inclined to believe it foreshadows
a hostile answer.
Private advices todav still pictured
the position of General Carranza as
strongly inclined toward a peaceful
termination of the present situation.
He is (aid to feel that Villa ia solely
resnonsible for the grave crisis, and
that war would mean the fulfillment
of all that Villa hoped for when he
ordered the dash -over the line at
Columhut. K. M.
Mr. Arredondo expressed conn-
dene tonlcht that the American
troopera taken prisoner after the Car
rizal fight would be released promptly
and turned over to the United States
unless there are ether clashes.
White no statement is available of
alternative plans should Carranza
support the act of his commander at
Carrizal and precipitate hostilities,
there are indication that the complete
military occupation ot all northern
Mexico would oe oraerea.
Probable Coune of Action.
With enough national guardsmen
rushed to the border to relieve regu
lar now on patrol duty, an acclimat
ed, well equipped ' force, inured to
campaign hardship, would be made
available immediately for the crennv
inarv moves. It would be sufficient,
officers believe, to seise and hold
strategic points, while the remainder
ot tne Uutra was assemoiea ana nec
essary volunteer regiments organized,
rresiaeni w nson is rctoivco ia cm.
toy all the force at hi command if
e ia forced into hostilities and at
tempt to make short work of it by
weignt ot tuperior numoers, equip
ment ana resources.
ONE BEE BARRICADES CHURCH
Homer CatTIM aetlvHItt Cast
'" f.r ; Lawa.
A bee with something other thtn
hnno nn itt hot. little mind flew
around the front door of the First
Congregational church ot Blodgett,
III., and made the morning service in
the edifice impossible. However, the
congregation satnerea on ine iawn
assuming um snu .vwu,
control the eartn, ana a very sttis
factor service wts held.
The Rev. Ellis Strickler, who it the
circuit preacher for Blodgett, waa
about to pat into the church early
in the morning when he noticed the
bee. The bee had reached a station,
arv noaition about an inch from Mr.
Strickler' nose and the clergyman
had no difficulty in noticing him. Mr,
- When other member of the con'
recttion arrived, the bee wa point
ed out to them. He wa clinging to
the top of the church door and mak
in a noitt thtt indicated ancer. de
termination and speed. After a long
consultation and close attention to
the bee's vociferous buzx the service
was arranged on the lawn. Chicago
Aa Iw, Woatttt lauattrt.
Ooo or two Dr. Kim's Now tit PIUs
ntfht Inaimt rroo tnt otor movomont
uu towult, lis. All arutiutt. Ad.
and General Pershing report gives
no further detail of the fate of
Adair and hi men.
. Men Are Outflanked. .
, Captain Morey wa thot through
the shoulder while .. advancing with
Troop K on the irrigation ditch. Hi
men, however, were outflanked by a
superior force of Mexican and were
forced to take shelter in an adobe
house. When last seen by the strag-
lert. thev wefe returning a spirited
ire throuah windows and loooholes
punched in the adobe walls to the
Mexican, who entirely surrounded
their ahelter and were pouring a
stream of bullets at every opening.
Charge Into Ambush.
Trapped and fighting against heavy
odds, the trooos of the Tenth cav-
-airy engaged at Carrizal on Wednes
day charged twice directly into tne
jaw of the ambuih which the Mexi
can had laid for them. With bul
lets in his arm and shoulder. Captain
Charle T. Boyd, the commander, re
mained in tne saddle, leading nis
negro troops until they had cap
tured the concealed Mexican machine
gun trench, when' he feu mortally
wounded with a bullet in the eye.
This was the gist ol the first de
tailed account of -the , engagement
from American source, which wa
rousht to General Pert hint: todav
by Corporal Green of Troop C, Who
wat at Captain Boyd' side until he
Flanked on Both Side.
The American were flanked on
both (idea by the Carranzistas, who
had partly surrounded the little com
mand during a conference between
General Felrx Gomez, the Mexican
leader, and Captain Boyd. In front
wa a concealed Mexican machine
gun trench, from which a stream of
leaCen death unexpectedly wa
poured into the American rank.
corporal oreen said tnat captain
Bovd. althoueh wounded in the arm
and shoulder by the first fire, imme
diately gave the order to charge, ana
the detachment rode at top speed in
hail of bullet directly at the trencn,
capturing it just as the American
leader fell. The Mexicans retreated
to cover in a near-by adobe thack.
Lieutenant Henry Adair assumed
command and ordered a second
charge, which drove through the
shack, scattering tne Mexican com
mand. Green said he did not see
Lieutenant Adair after this charge.
and believed he lost his life in it.
, Occupy Another Hut
Meanwhile Cantain Lewis S. Morey,
commanding K troop, which also was
nartlv surrounded during the parley,
occupied another adobe hut with his
men, trom wnicn ne engagea a sec
ond detachment ot the Mexicans.
Whil It in Msumed here that Caotain
Morey was wounded in the tight,
either Lorporai oreen nor any ot
the other survivors reaching here
knew anything of the outcome of his
part of the battle.
It it believed here, however, that
he may have collected the scattered
remnants of the American command,
a hrinnncr them slowly, and through
heart-breaking obstacles, to General
Pershing'. The survivors arriving
here said that the Carranzistas circled
far around Carrizal atter the engage
mm and overtook and captured i
number of soldiers who had been
holding horses back beyond sight of
the battle ground wnere . tne iigni
All But 21 Accounted For.
Piecing together the fragmentary
reDortt which have reached tteid
headquarters, all except twentv-pne of
tne eiguiy-iuur mcii chb6cu ,
fight have been accounted for. These
reoorts indicate that thirteen were
killrrf. seventeen taken prisoner and
thirty-three have come into camp nere
in the last two days, most of them
coming afoot over a blistering desert
suffering the greatest hardships from
lack of water.
Army Will Lose Pay
Washington, June 25. Member of
congress who join the National
Guard in the federal service will lose
their pay while with the colors, but
retain their seats in congress, accord
ing to a report agreed upon yesterday
by a house judiciary tubcommittee
appointed to investigate the subject.
Representative Tilson of Connec
ticut is the first member of congress
to leave to join the colors. He left for
New Haven today.
MAKES DEFACT0S I
Ambassador Inquire if Carranza
j'v Government Willing to
..r ' : Farley. ' "
USABLE TO SEE ME. LA5SIRG
Washington, June 25. Ambassador
Calderon of Bolivia, speaking for sev
eral American republics, has asked
Etizo Arredondo, Mexican ambassa
dor designate, whether the Carranza
government would be willing to ac
cept mediation in the crisis between
the United States and Mexico.
The Mexican ambassador said he
would communicate the inquiry to
General Carranza, but that he wa not
empowered to make a reply at this
time. Mr. Calderon failed to see Sec-
retarv Lansina todav on the same
mission, but announced tonight that
exoected to direct a similar in
quiry to the American government
' Form Not DUctoted.
What form the inquiry from Min
ister Calderon took was not dis
closed tonight. His conferences
probably will be followed by others
tomorrow between many Latin-
American representative! to the
United States.' Ambassador Naon of
Argentina returned tonight with the
authorization of hi government to
propose mediation. Dr. Gonzalo 6.
Cordova, the Ecuadorean minister, is
expected tomorrow to discus the
subject with Minister Zaldivar - of
Details of Minister Calderon
conferences with his collegagues today
were refused, but it was understood
tHat he talked with several and was
unable to see Secretary Lansing only
because his discussion continued un-
the State department had closed.
It was indicated tonight that Mr.
Calderon asked his government sev
eral days ago -to authorize him Jo
take part in any mediation negotia
tions. Immediately upon receiving
the authorization he conferred with
other Latin-American diplomats and
then took up the subject with Mr.
Arrendondo. It was understood to
nitrht that all the South and Central
American representatives approached
by Mr. Calderon agreed with him
that a conflict between tne 'United
States and : Mexico would be a
calamity and that the American and
Mexican governments should be
asked whether they would be willing
to accept mediation.
It was indicated in official quar
ters earlier in the day that the United
States, engagea only in protecting
American lives and property, con.
sidered there wa nothing at thia
time to mediate ao far as the policy
tht government wa concerned,
wa not -denied, however, that
future developments might permit
mediation, State department officials
explaining that to far no mediation
offer were before them.
MOVING TRAINS AND BULLETS
What Woald Hama ' "1
' Wet Ftrco) From Back
New dispatches from Chihuahua
City yesterday indicated that with the
capture of five additional prisoner
the captive in tne nana oi me ar-
ranzitat now number twenty-two.
leaving aixteen of the men engaged at
Carrizal, unaccounted tor. .
Baker Receive Report
Washington. June 24. Secreary
Baker toniaht received General Per
shing's latest official report on the
fight at Carrizal. He made 'public the
"A report received this morning
from Major Jenkins report five men
of Troop C and one man of Troop
rv nave been rouna at tne oan mil
ranch. The men ttate that Captain
Boyd Troop C Occupied the left of
the line and that Captain Morey a
1 roop rv occupies ine rignt
, After the firing began, Troop C ad
vanced 250 vards toward the Mexi
can positions along an irrigation
ditch, taking it and capturing machine
e-una. L.tDtain,isova was twice wouna-
ed in the arm and shoulder before
reaching the position and wat killed
at the irrigation ditch.
"Troop' C continued to advance
through the town under Lieutenant
Adair. This wa the last seen of Troop
C by these men. .
Withdraw Short Distance.
"Troon K was outflanked and with'
drew a short ' distance occupying an
adobe house. Captain Morey wa
wounded in the shoulder. This house
wa surrounded by Mexican and was
under fire for sometime. The man
with Jenkina say that they believe ten
or twelve ol Morey s troop wno oc
cumed the house escaped. It ia be
lieved that full particular wilt be e
cured and that the remaining men
who etcaped, will be touna.
The secretary also made OuDiic
report from Major' General Bell at
Li raso, creaiung a prominent nex
iron who reached there from Chihua
hua with the ttttement that he saw
three white men and fourteen negroes
among the American prisoners in the
General Bell waa instructed to ob
tain the names of all orisonera at Chi
huahua from Mexican Consul Garcia
at El Paso. ' -,"
The two border reports were made
public after Secretary Baker had laid
their contents before President Wil
son in a White House conference that
lasted about one-half an hour and
ended at midnight.
Senate Military Committee Give
0. TL to House Eesoln-tion.
STRIX18 OUT BELIEF MJXU0R
Washington, June 25. A favorable
report .on the house resolution au
thorizing the president to draft im
mediately into the federal service na
tional guardsmen willing to take the
prescribed oath was ordered today by
the senate military committee, after
it had stricken out a section appro
priating $1,000,000 for the relief of
dependents of guardsmen and another.
limiting the term ot service to three
years; ,. : :. .-. '.... ,
A substitute adopted tor the rtiiei
provision would direct that guards
men, with, dependents, having no
means of support be discharged.
- Action I Postponed.
Action on the resolution by the sen
ate was postponed until Monday, be
cause a memorial session in tribute to
the late Senator Bradley of Kentucky
was in progress.
As reported by the committee, the
measure otherwise stands as it origi
nally was reported to the house, the
amendment declaring that an emer
gency now exists calling for troops
other than regulars, instead of leaving
that question to be determined by the
president. ' Service of guardsmen
taken into the federal army is limited
only to "the period of the emergency."
Much of the detail, of the mobiliza
tion of the guard was transferred
from the War department by Secre
tary Baker's order, directing that de
partment commander rush the men
to the front as soon a available.
No Basis or Estimate.
Reports of progress so far give no
basis for an accurate estimate of the
time it will take to g'et the. whole
force to the Mexican border. De
tailed information is now sent to de
partmental headquarters and will be
reported later to Washington.
1 he effort to speed up mobilization
further through the Hay resolution.
adopted yesterday m the house, met
with delay in the senate. The mili
tary committee reported out the meas
ure, amended, but still containing the
draft and consolidation sections
which are regarded as of vital im
portance. On account of a memorial
session, however, the senate did not
act and the authority the resolution
will confer will not be granted before'
War Department Impatient
The War department awaits im
patiently the passage of the measure,-
cnieiiy , occausc vi lit conauuuauun
provision. It furnishes machinery un
der which it could gather up and send
to the front promptly all guardsmen
who qualify tor federal service, with
out waiting for incomplete compa
nies to be recruited ud to full strength,
Days and perhaps weeks of delay in
sending General Funston ' additional
troops would be saved, it is estimated,
under this plan. - ,
TWO BULL M00SERS
CALL ON ROOSEVELT
Oyster Bay, N. Y;, June 25.--Ches-
ter H. Rowell and Irwin R. Kirk
wood, progressive national commit
teemen from California and Missouri.
respectively, and R. H. Post, former
governor ot i'orto Kico, conierrea
with Theodore Roosevelt at his home
Mr. Post said he came to asK
Colonel Roosevelt to nse his good
office in obtaining a snake serum
from a noted physician in Brazil for
the benefit of American troops in
Another visitor was Nicholas Long-
worth, son-in-law of the colonel, who
joined Mrs. Longworth here.
A corresoondent sends these two
questions to the Scientific American:
"1. If a train was running at a
speed of sixty mile an hour and a
man it sitting on the back end of the
train with a gun thtt would shoot at
the rate of sixty milet an hour and
he shoots from the back end of this
train in opposite direction, what ef
fect would this condition have on the
"2. If the man with the gun wa
on the front end of thi train and
wts to shoot back at a man on tne
back end of the train, and the train
in be aroint- tixtv milet an hour and
the gun would shoot at the rate of
sixty miles an nour, wnai woom oe
the result?" ' .
To which the editor replies:
"1. In-the case you propose, the
bullet, after it left the gun, would
still move forward with' the speed of
the train and backward with the
speed of the train and backward with
tne speed given it by the powder.
Sinre these two toeeds are eaual and
opposite in direction the bullet would
drop to the ground directly under the
point where it left the gun.
i. in xnit caw ine mn wnom
the bullet wat (hot would be killed
if the aim waa good. This mav be
made clear, perhaps, by asking if you
could not throw a ball on a train to
a man to the rear of the place where
you are standing? Could you not toss
a biscuit to a person in tne next seat
in a car either toward the front or
rear? If you could toss a biscuit, you
could fire a bullet in either direction
and with the usual result when a bul
let is fired. This matter seems very
simple to us. We do not know why
it causes so much discussion." Sci
of Needles Burned;
Five Lives Are Lost
Needles, Cat., June 25. Fire swept
the desert town of Needles early
today, destroying the entire business
section and causing the death of at
least five persons, who were trapped
while sleeping in two hotels which
were destroyed, Several others were
injured, escaping from the blazing
structures."- The loss was estimated
. Fifteen business houses and four
residences fell before the flames. ' The
fire started from an unknown cause
an hour after midnight and spread
rapidly among the.wooden buildings.
The firemen were uable to get it
under control until cfter daylight.
: Several heroic rescues, were made
from the smoke-filled hotel walls by
volunteers. - Survivors
-were being checked over and search
was being made tor bodies toaay. .
Needles lies-on the banks of the
Colorado river, the California-Arizona
boundary. The Santa Fe railroad
maintains large shops here, which
were saved from the flames. The
town hai been the principal outfitting
point for the new mining camp of
Oatman, Ariz. There are J,000 inhab
itants here. ' ,
A large number' of Mexicans retide
at Needles. Wednesday peace officers
were sent here from San Bernardino,
the county seat, to quell disturbances
that resulted from a brawl between
Mexicans and Americana.
RAT BITES SLEEPING WOMAN
Lota of Several Flaaert Bndariaered
br Teeth ol Hungry
Mrs. Freida Burns of Pompton
avenue, Cedar Grove N. J., was sud
denly awakened from her sleep by a
pain in her right arm. At the same
time her arm seemed to be held down
by a weight from which she could
not extricate it. Calling to her daugh
ter, who quieklv turned on a light,
it was discovered that the cause of
Mrs. Burns' pain was a large, rat,
which, when pulled away, carried
with it a piece of flesh. ,
Almost exhausted from pain and
fright, Mrs. Burns was treated tem
porarily by her sons and daughters,
but her arm swelled considerably and
a physician was summoned. It was
feared at first that she might lose
several fingers, but it is believed now
that she will recover without serious
results. New York Sun. " '
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Senae Suggestion Given Free
by The Lydia E. Pinkham
For forty years women suffering from
all kind of female ill have been writ
ing the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co,
of Lynn, Mas., for advice.
Thus they receive common sense sug
gestion drawn from a vast volume of
experience, and thousand of tick wo
men have been saved from untold suffer
ing, as letters like the following clearly
, Newark.Ohio. "Lydia E. Plnkham's
Vegetable Compound has made me a
well woman. lour
Sanative Wash is
Just the thing to
weakness. I have
told young mothers
as well as older ones
about your rente-
Hfoa. and what. 4
have done for me.
I think Lydia E.
ble Compound saved
my life, as my health was very bad
when I wrote you, but now I can do my
own work and have not bad a sick day
since I began taking your remedies.
I keep the Compound and Liver Pills on
hand all the time." Mrs. Geo. Thomp
son, 2 Sherwood Court, Newark, Ohio.
Why don't you write for free advice!
Address Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine
Co. (confidential . Lynn, Mas.
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VOO AND XNDOUEa
' Int. 8 THOUSAND ,
. Guaranteed to removs
tan. - freckles. t pimples.
liver spotj, etc. Xxlfeme
Two sites,' 50c. and . 11.00. A By . toil-.4
counters or mall.
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HOTELS AND KESOBTS.
HOW TO BE WEATHER WISE
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- Conditions Mar rainy -Forecasted.
If you want fine weather, look for
fine weather aigns. Here are some
of the most reliable, for they are
based upon scientific facts:
, When the sun sets in a sea of glory,
that is, when the sunset sky is red,
you may expect clear weather on the
following day. '
1 At night, when the moon is dear
and show clear edge, with no halo
or ring of mist surrounding it, there
is little danger ot rain.
When the wind blows tteaaiiy irom
the west, the weather will continue
fair; it very rarely rains in our eastern
states with the wind in the west.
Watch the smoke from a chimney
or from your campfire it is a good
barometer. - ii tne tmoitc rues mgu,
it meant clear weather. The smoke
will also (how from which direction
the wind is blowing; so will a flag on
an upright flagstaff.
A gray early morning, not a heavy,
cloudy one, promises a tair aay.
A heaw dew at night is seldom fol
lowed by rain and you will remember;
wi-t feet, drv head. !
Animals are said often to show by
their actiona what the weather will be,
and there i reason in this.' Some of
them certainly have a knowledge of
coming storm. We are told that
spiders are especially sensitive to
weather changes, and when they make
new webs the weather will be fair; if
they continue spinning during a
shower, it will soon clear off. St
stork book thtt unfolds those thlnat which
in expectant mother! delight to read. Writ
proves it 25c at all druggists.
IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS
You have swollen feet and hands I Stiff,
aehv JoinUI Sharp-sheoUna rtenmstio pains
torture you. You have aching- btek. pain to
the lower tbdomen, difficulty when urinat
ing I Look, out I These art danger signals.
Trouble ia with your kidneys. Urlo aeld
poisoning, m one form or another, hat set
In. It may lead to dropsy or fatal Bright t
j: i ...
Get aome GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil
Capsules immediately. They are an old pre
paration, used all orer the "world for cen
turies, combining natural healing oil and
herbs, well-known to physicians andnsed by
thousands In their dally practice. The Cap.
sulea are not an experimental, make shift
"patent meoicine- or "sen, wiww ,u, i,
i- ,nNwan. Thav are a standard remedy.
and act naturally, gently and Quickly. But
when you go to the druggist, Insist on get
ting the pure, original Haarlem Oil In Cap
...l.a. S aura the name GOLD MEDAL is
on the box, and thua protect yourself against
counterfeit.-Jtovercieemens. ; i
A Gear Head and Eyes
Is obtained, during HAY FEVER lesson,
by the use of "8MUFFINE," Cook's Hay
Fever Relief. It will not Irritate tht nose
or area, but ia toothing, cleansing, and
healing. It 1s a remedy of Merit, and has
bees of benefit to hundreds who used It
last season. For sale at all Drug Stores or
tailed to you direct upon receipt of 11.
WRITE FOB PAMPHLET.
COOK CHEMICAL, COMPANY,
Casper. Wyceaaag. U. S. A.
(Patssitasl April 4th. W-)
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SiS'JSJ T.JsTwlS.rtfLnUtle., wltt sewer.
. t.'.lT? MUhkV. NO ALCOHOL, being ta-fr! l a
iww Hss.ptra.ct beer," with t (lever as
t'.( ltT-.TId hem to a alaee el It. .w. ,
GUARANTEED BY US TO BE ABSOLUTELY
FREE FROM MALT AND ALCOHOL.
S Par sale at all Drag Stars. Hotels. Seek, Faoatataa ad
.H DrCk Ertat I takmist.. A Coeliat eae Refreshing
BarapUrly Suitable lor Hot Weather Drtmh.
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; CHRISTMAS LAKE
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commodations of the high
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