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Henderson, in Election Cam
paign, Appeals for Abolition ;
of Secret Diplomacy and
End of Militarism.
(By Asaodatea1 Tnn.) -
Londop, March 5.--The campaign
for the next general election al
ready has begun. Arthur Henderson,
secretary of the labor party, ad
Iressed a meeting last night in East
1am, making a strong appeal for the
ibolition of secret diplomacy, for
peace by conciliation and a league
)f nations. v . - .
He said that before the war be
jan the people had entrusted foreign
lffairs to statesmen and diplomatists
ind were paying dearly for their Tie-fleet-
It had t' be recognised that
30 greater disaster had occurred
during the war-than the fatal omis
lion to do the; utmost to keep Pre
mier Kerenskyi and his government
In power in Russia. .The people must
e on their guard against a repetition
f the same fatal policy over a wider
ield. a.-: v
4 It Is h'ghiy improbable; Mr. Hen
derson declared, that the war: can be
ended by a decisive Prussian military
triumph, but it might ;cud by a pro
cess of exhaustion.. .v. ( ;,' , J.
Urges Conciliation. . v '
There, remains," he said, a third- al-ternative-J-a
-i policy of cottcilation
through the combined forces of labor
and socialism to - obtain ft real
people's peace. That did not mean a
surrender to the enemy or patched
up peace, or peace at any price, nor
, that the people are willing to con
done German brutality or to leave
Germany with all its power for mis
chief unimpaired.. ! " ,
What the policy of concilatlon
meant was the destruction of militar
ism, not only in Germany but every
where. ' fj ,V " ' ' i V
Mr. Henderson then recited the
well-known war aims of the labor
?arty, including a league of nations,
le said that such ft league, implied
, the complete democratization of the
machinery of government In all
countries, the suppression of the
greed of diplomacy and the' publica
tion of treaties, which must never
contravene the stipulation -of the
leatrue of nations. It meant the con
certed abolition of compulsory mili
tary service in all countries, limita
tion of armaments and abandonment
of an economic .boycott or of finan
cial or commercial isolation of Ger
many. . . - v-7 . ' -Struggle
The sneaker ouoted a recent speech
of Fhilipp Scheidemann, the German
socialist leader, and articles in the
socialist ' Vorwaerts proving that
there was a struggle in the central
powers . between the military caste
with the fortes of democracy. '
"We must tell the German social
ists" Mr, Henderson continued, "that
we have done our part. Whether the
struggle is to terminate soon or is to
be" indefinitely prolonged depends
largely upon how soon they can pro
. duce ft change of mentality in their
government. When they induce their
government to accept the broad hu
man principles which inspire the pro
posala of allied labor and socialism,
then a world peace is insured.
McAdco to Start Campaign
For Old Discarded Jewels
New York, March 4. A national
campaign to indues people to sur
render discarded jewelry for sale for
the benefit of the personal needs of
army and navy avjators, was an
nounced here today by the treasure
and trinket fund of the national spe
cial aid society's aviation committee.
Since September first about $40,000
has been raised privately throuah the
sale of contributed jewelry. The trin-
zia iu oc asscmoica curing inc puo
lie campaign will be bought by the
United States assay office to be dis
posed of at an Easter sale conducted
hjtre by the committee, v
Churchill Expects Attacks on
j Western Line in Few Days
Xondon. March 4. Winston Spen
cer Churchill, speaking at the Mansion
hbuse todav at a meeting n( th An.
gto-French society in celebration of
tne anniversary ot verdun, said: "
"In a few weeks, perhaps a few
davs. the German mint attack nn th
west front or expose the fact that
uiey are incompetent to deliver a
great offensive. In the hush before
this impending event it is pleasant to
reflect that our army is stronger and
better equipped than ever before.''
Oakland Sends Patriotic !
Message to? President
Oakland, Neb, March 4. (Special
iciegranw "uawand and territory
stands behind yoq unitedly for the
successful DfOSfCUtion of ttl wir"
was the tenor of a message ordered
tent to rresiaent wnson at an en
thXisiastic mass meeting here tonight
Dr. W. H. Mullen of Rlnnmfli.M 4.
livened a patriotic address under the
auspices ot tne nome guards. A big
Kea wosssaiewiUPe Held soon.
Food Dictator Would Use
Telegraph Poles on Teutons
Philadclph a, March 4. "We will
not be a strictly free people untii
iu.uuu uerman propagandists in this
state have been hanged to telegraph
ooles. and shot full of hoi"
This statement was made today by
no war a neinz, teaerai tood admin
istrator for Pennsylvania, at ft lunch
eon of food officials.
Adams Men Go Tuesday.
Hastings, Neb, March 4. (Special
Telegram.) Forty draft; men, who
will leave Tuesday for Camp Funston,
were guests of the Chamh
merce at luncheon today. The fare
well address to the hnv n Sliv
ered by Rev. T. P. Thiel, who used for
his text the French challenge at Ver
dun They Shall Not Pass." and said
the men who go from Nebraska this
week will play their part in bringing
ucuuau military ooasis 10 naugrtt.
' Pictures of Washington, Lincoln
and Wilson were unveiled and
. triotism was at high pitchy Y
" 'Bee Want Ads : Bring Results.
SEIZE GREAT WIRELESS
PLANT FOUND Off ROOF
OF NEW YORK BUILDING
(By Associated Press.)
New York, March 4. Wireless apparatus sufficiently powerful to
communicate with Germany, which was in the possession of Richard
Pfund, once manager of the German Telefunken plants at Sayville, N.
Y, and Tuckerton, N. J, was seized yesterday by federal officials, it
became known today. The outfit was found in the tower of the office
building at 111 Broadway. '
The raid was made by United States government agents. They
were refused admission by 'Pfund, who occupies the four floors of the
tower as a laboratory. He said he was doing experimental work for the
navy and that they had no right to interfere. He unlocked the door
only when the officer, threatened to break it
' Pfund is said to have made an explanation concerning the presence
of the apparatua, but the nature of it has not been disclosed. He was
not taken into custody, although it is understood the inquiry has not
been completed. His assertion that he had been doing work for the
navy was verified, but no announcement was made as to its nature.
. HERTLIHG TALK
Marquis of Lansdowne De-
clares German Chancellor
Shows Inclination to Meet
). ' Entente Half Way.
London, March 5. In the view of
the Marquis of Lansdowne, expressed
in a letter to the Daily Telegraph, the
recent speech of Chancellor von
Hertling marks a perceptible advance
in peace discussions. Lord Lans
downe thmks it atl the more remark
able because "the speech may be
regarded as a kind of rejoinder to the
depressing announcement recently
made some ot us think rather gra
tuitouslyby the Versailles confer
ence." - ' "
Lord Lansdowne notes that the
German chancellor regarded the
speech made by Viscount Milner on
February 21 as more conciliatory than
that made recently by Walter Runci
man, former president of the board
of trade, and Lansdowne seems by
implication to agree with count von
Hertling. , ' '
Agrees With Wilson. k
Four points of Von Hertling!
speech are selected by Lord Lans
downe for comment First, is the
chancellor's wish for an intimate
meeting of the belligerents. Lord
Lansdowne interprets this to mean a
small informal meeting, not of pleni
potentiaries, but of persons author
ized to discuss confidentially the pos
sibility of a more formal conference.
He refers approvingly to the opinion
of Foreign Secretary Balfour that it
would be unwise to begin negotia
tions unless some preliminary agree
ment exists, and asks how such ft pre-:
liminary agreement is to be reached
without preliminary' conversations.
Meeting of Belligerents.
The second point is Von Hertling's
admission that peace can be discussed
on the basis of , President Wilson'
four orinciDles. This, sava Lord
Lansdowne, is satisfactory as far as
goes, but he maintains that we
are entitled to scrutinize the manner
in which these principles have, been
applied by Germany.". ' '.. .
The third point is the chancellor's
assurance tits t he would greet joy
fully and co-operate gladly with an
Impartial court of international ar
bitration. Lord Lansdowne says this
statement may oe welcomed and re
calls that Mr. Balfour made ft similar
The fourth nolnt la Von Herttintr'i
Intimation that Germany does notN
think of retaining Belgium, together
with the chancellor's references to
the papal note and to the utilization
of Belgium as jumping off ground for
uermarnys enemies. Lord Lansdowne
points out that the material passage
in the papal note upon which Von
Hertling apparently relies, insists that
Germany evacuate Belgium.
Buffalo County People
Bid Army Boys Farewell
Kearney. Neb.. March 4 fSnerial
Telegram.) Seventeen hundred Buf-
taio coui.ty people crowded into the
opera house this afternoon to bid a
community farewell to the 23 men who
representee the last IS per cent of the
draft array auota from this district.
Addresses were made by Anna Cald-
weii, ot tne Normal faculty, rrofessor
Ralph I.Touer also of that school, and
Rev. O. Keve, pastor of the Methodist
church. The Council of Defense was
in charge. E. P. Mcdermott nresidinir
in the absence of Judge W. D. Oldham.
ihe boys left for C? Tip Funston
this evening, cheering crowds bidding
them farewel! at the depot
Women Married to Aliens
Cannot Vote in Gotham
New York. March 4. -Women horn
in the United States but married to
aliens and who registered for the four
specir .ngressional elections in this
city v be challenged at the poll
tomo: according to a statement
Issued tonigh' by Frederick T. Mar
shall, state superintendent of elec
tions. He explained that manv women of
this class haJ registered, ignorant of
the fact that "the United States re
vised statuto distinctly states that any
American woman marrying a for
eigner shall take the citizenship of
her husband." This law, he added,
applies also to women whose hus
bands have merely obtained their
first papers. , -
Start New Buildings.
, Camp Cody N. M.. March 4.
(Special Telegram.) Major Fred
erick P. Simonds, quartermasters'
corps, is here to start the million
dollar's worth of buildings planned
for this camp. '
The first will be six two-story
wards at the base hospital to cost
f50,000 and the Liberty theater.
' Olemmons Back From East.
(From Btff Correspondent.)
Lincoln,' March 4. (Special)
State Superintendent Gemmons is
back from his trip to Atlantic City,
where he went to attend a meeting
of state superintendents in connection
with the National Education asso
ciation. Nurse Supply Ample. .
Washington, March 24. With 200,-
IKW trained nurses m the United
States, and 13,000 more being gradu
ated annually, Surgeon - General
Goriras todav advised the senate .that
the supply of nurses for the .army at
THE BEE : OMAHA WEDNESDAY, MARCH
Norway Protest to Britain
For Seizure of Cruiser
Christjania, March 4. Norway has
protested to Great Britain against the
seizure by a British cruiser of the Ger
man steamer Dusseldorf. The protest
says the steamer was taken in Norwcr
gian waters and demands the release
of both the vessel and her crew,
A dispatch from Trondhjm, Feb
ruary 23, said the Dusseldorf had been
captured by a British auxiliary
cruiser while on its way from Trom
soe to Stettin.
April Probable Date of
Next Draft Movement
Washington, March 5. Announce
ment of the date of the next draft is
imminent. The provost marshal gen
eral's office has prepared an "import
ant announcement," which is be
lieved to deal with the time and
method of summoning the second
levy. The best opinion is that' the
first of the men will move to camp in
House Makes It Crime to
Circulate Faise jteports
Washington, ' March 4. The hill
making it a crime to wilfully nuke
or convey false reports of statements
to obstruct the government's sale ot
bonds or other securities, or loans by
or to the United States, was passed
today by the house. It awaits action
by the senate.
Western Timber Workers Vote
To Oust I. W.WsFrom Ranks
. Seattle, Wash , . March 4. An-
nouncement was made today that 60.
representatives of Oregon and Wash
ington timber workers' and shingle
weavers' unions at a meeting here
voted to oust Industrial Workers of
the World from the ranks, r . :
Waihlngton, March 4. (Special Tela
gram.) Phillip M. Carrie hue been ap
pointed clerk ef the poetofflce In Kearney;
Clark a Pine, letter carrier at York, Neb.
Klnt Lieutenant Edward S. Johnson,
medical reeerve eorpe, ta anlgned to Fort
Dei Motnee, la.
Nuxated Iron Should Be
Used In Everjr Hospital arid
Prescribed by Every Physician
SAYS FORMER HEALTH COM MISSIONER WILLIAM R. KERR
Attributes his own great physical activity today at over 60 years of age largely to his
personal use of Nuxated IronIt will increase the strength and endurance of
delicate, nervous, run-down folks in ten days', time in many instances.
Opinions ef Dr. James Francis Sul
livan, formerly phyalcian of Belleruo
Hospital (Outdoor Dept.) N. Y. and
tht WaitchctUr County Hospital, Dr.
Schuyler C. Jaquas, Visiting Surgeon
St. Eiisabath Hospital, New York, Dr.
A, J. Newman, Former Houso Sur
geon, Jefferson Park Hospital, Chi
cago, and other physicians who have
tested Nuxated Iron in their
la . eommentlnr on . the statement of
Former Health' Commissioner Kerr In regard
to the widesprrad us of Nuxsted Iran Dr.
James Francis Sullivan, formerly physician
ol Bellevoe Hospital (Outdoor Dept.), N. Y.,
and the Westchester County Hospital, said:
'"Commissioner Kerr Is to be commended on
hsndinr out this statement on Nuxsted Iron
for public print Thsrs art thousands of men
and women who need a strength and blood
builder, but do not know what to take. In
my opinion, there is nothing better than or
ranis iron Nuxsted Iron for enriching the
blood and helping to increass the strength
and endurance of men and women ha hum
up too rapidly their nervous energy in the
strenuous strain of the great business com.
petition of the dsy. I have strongly em
phasised the great necessity of physicians
making blood examinations of their weak,
ansemie, run-down patients.
Thousands of persons go on
veer after rear suffering
from physical weakness and
a highly nervous condition
due to lack of sufficient iron
in their red blood corpuscles,
without ever realising the
real and true causa of their
trouble. Without iron in your
blood your food merely passes
through the body, somewnar
like corn through an old mil!
with rollers so wide apart
that the -mill cant grind.
"But la my opinion you
cant make strong, vigorous,
successful, sturdy iron men
by feeding them on metallic
Iron. The old forms of metal
lie iron must go through a
semUdigestive preeess to
transform them into organic
iron Nuxated Iron before
they are so reedy to be taken
up and assimilated by the
experience witn nux
ated Iron I feel that
it is auch a valuable
remedy that it ought
to be used in every
hospital, and pre
scribed by every phy
sician in this country."
Dr. A. J. Newman, late Police Surgeon of
the City of Chicago and Former House 8ur
geon, Jefferson Park Hospital. Chicago, in
commenting on the value ef Nuxated Iron,
said: "This remedy has proven through my
own tests of it to excel any remedy I have
ever used for creating red blood, building up
the nerves, strengthening the muselee and
correcting digestive disorders. The manufac
turers are to be congratulated in baving
given to the public a long felt want a true
tonic, supplying iron in aa easily digested
snd assimilated form. A true health builder
in every sense of the word."
Dr. E. Ssuer, a Boston Physician, who
has studied both In this country and in
great European Medical Institutions, was
asked what he thought ot Commissioner
Kerr's remarks. In reply he said: "I fully
agree that people need mors Ironas I have
said a hundred times over, I regard organic
iron aa one of the greatest of all strength
builders. If people would only take Nuxated
Iron when they feel weak or run-down, in
stead of dosing themselves with habit-form-rag
drags, stimulants and alcoholic bever
agee. I am convinced that there are thous
ands who might readily build up their red
blood corpuscle, increase their physical en
ergy and get themselves into a condition to
lward off the millions of disease germs that
NAMES OF HEROES
Ten Sammies Give, Up Life;
Twenty-two Are Seriously
Wounded as Result of
German Raids. ,
(Br AsMetatod Ftcm.)
Washington,' March 5. General
Pershing reported to the War de
partment today the names of the men
killed in action March 1, the day of
a German assault on an American
trench sector. The name of a lieu
tenant and four men killed the same
day, previously ' has been reported.
The dead are:
. Names of Dead.
First Lieutenant Stewart W. Hoo
ver, infantry, Blackfoot, Idaho.
Russell A. Murr, Napa, Cal. .
Chris Busch, Napa, CaL
William Fair, Milan, Pa.
Fred Gard, friend Hans T. Larson,
Crosby,. N. D.
Edward H McNulty, 3917 North
Ninth street St. Louis.
Matthews D. Souza, Sato Antas,
Claude W. Keller, Glenburn, N. D.
Lloyd S. Miller, Commerce, Mo.
Frank Midak, friend John J. Davis,
Minot, N. D.
Corporal Homer J. Wheaton, Syra
cuse, N. Y., and Private Lawrence A.
Lacasse, Woburn, Mass., were killed
Private Alfred Annunziata, Brook
lyn, has died from wounds received
on March 1.
Captain John D. von Holtzendorff,
field artillery, Brunswick, Ga., and
First Lieutenant Ralph H. Blake,
Sapulpa, Okta., and the following
privates were severely wounded on
that day: '
William Richter, Chicago.
John L. Bray, Drum, Ky.
William F. Woodhouse, Conway,
Jacob T.' Lemmens, Newark, N. J.
warren M. Bowen, Morristown, Ga.
Kennard H. Hill, Bates, Ark.
Demetric G. Hatzidakis, 116 Eniz
inea street, San Francisco.
Willie L. Romine, Silva. N. D .
Theodore Wong, Sanish, N. D.
Maryan Gawlik, Chicago.
Henry E. Orange, Gordonville,
The slightly wounded were:
Corporal Thomas J. McCabe, Brook
lyn; and privates:
Shellle Moxley, Laurel Springs, N.
Ce ' V
Bruno Urban, St. Louis.
William A. Kenna, Orange. N. J.
Willie Brockleman, Council Grove,
Kan. . ,
Oscar Pflasterer, St. Louis.
Ralph J. Meyer, St. Louis
"As Health Commissioner of the City ol Chicago, I was Im
portuned many times to recommend different medicines, mineral
waters, etc. Never yet have I gone on record as favoring any
particular remedy, but I feel that in Nuxated Iron an exception
should be made to the rule. I have taken Nuxated Iron myself
and experienced its health-flying, strength-building effect, and
in the interests of the public welfare, I feel It my duty to make
known the results ef Its use. I am well past my three score years
and want to say that I believe my own great physical activity
la due largely today to my use of Nuxated Iron and if my endorse
ment shall induce anaemic, nervous, run-down men and women to
take Nuxated Iron, and receive the wonderful tonic benefits which
I have received. I shall feel greatly gratified that I made an ex- '
cepthm to my life-long rule in recommending it From my own
Former Health Commissioner,
City of Chicago. '
are almost continually around us. It is sur
prising how many people suffer from Iron
deficiency and do not know it
"If you are not strong or well you owe It
to yourself to make the following test: See
how long you can work or how far yon can
walk without becoming tired. Next take two
five-grain tablets of ordinary Nuxated Iron
three times per day after meals or two
weeks. Then test your strength again tnd
see how much you have gained. I have seen
dosens. of nervous, run-down people a ho
were ailing all the while increase their
strength and endurance in from ten to
fourteen days' time while taking iron in the
proper form. And this after they had In some
ease been going on for months without
gating benefit from anything. Many an ath
lete and prise-fighter Ims won the day simply
because he knew the secret of great strength
and endurance which comes from having
plenty ef iron in the blood, while many an
other has gone down in inglorious defest
simply for lack of iron."
Dr. T. Alphonsus Wallace, a physician of
many years' experience in this country and
who has been given many honorary titles in
England, says : "I- do not make a practice of
recommending advertised medicinal products,
hut I found Nuxated Iron so potent in nerv
ous, run-down conditions that I believe all
Carl Larsen, Ram Bonholm. Den
Steve Janicek, Chicago.
Henry Kinst, St Charles, 111.
Corporal Arthur C. Trayer of Free-
port. N. Y and frivate jonn Lyons
of Cedarhurst, N. Y., were severely
wounded February 27. and Corpora
Robert A. Eddy and Private Henry
Kerr of Willingford, Vt, were slightly
wounded the same day.
General Pershing also reported that
Private Cecil D. McKenry of George
town, Tex., died from gun shot
wounds received March 1. Private
Wallace Hatchard of Columbia Falls,
Mont., died March 3 from "trauma
tism by fire arms."
Mob'Attempts to Lynch
Negro; Foiled by Bars
Norman, Okl., March 4. A mob of
about 50 oersons attempted to take
Charles Holden. being, held here for
murder, from the county jail today,
after announcing their intention of
lynching him. The mob overpowered
the jailer and reached Holden's cell
but failing to open it with keys taken
from the jailer, tried to shoot the
lock with' a -revolver. A glancing
bullet struck Holden in the head m
iuring him slightly. The mob then
Holden is being held here charged
with the murder of Deputy Sheriff
Grover Fulkerson, when that officer
attempted to intercept an automobile
loaded with whiskey near here last
Birth Control Advocate to .
Cool Heels in Ohio Jail
Cleveland. O., March". 4. Ben R.
Reitman, birth control propagandist
will have to serve several months in
the work house and pay a fine of
51,000 imposed on htm two years by
Police Judge Cull, unless he appeals
to a higher court. The court of ap
peals today upheld the police court
Reitman. now living in Chicago,
was arrested while a temporary resi
dent of Cleveland, charged with hav
ing distributed circulars advocating
Germans Grab Platinum
Supply All Over Russia
Washington, March 4. Germany is
taking advantage of the peace nego
tiations with Kussia to ' buy every
available ounce of platinum, according
to advices received today by 'the
American government. Officials
said today, that undoubtedly the Ger
mans were badly in need of platinum,
but their intention doubtedless was
also to keep the United States and
other allies from obtaining the im
portant metal. .
Five Members of Train -Crew
Killed in Wreck
Lewistown, Mont., March 4. Dur
ing the severe snow storm today, a
Chicago, Milwaukee and St Paul
freight train, west -bound, collided
with a pile driver work train near
Shawmut, between Harlowton and
Roundup, and five men were killed,
while several more were injurd. All
but . one of the dead were members
of the pile driver crew.
Former Health Commis
sioner Kerr has given years
of his life fighting for pub
lic health . in his own and
other cities. It was he who
introduced Antl -toxin for
Diphtheria in C h I e a g e's
Health Department. He puri
fied the milk for the Con
sumers and thereby helped
to save the lives of thous
ands of babies. He introduc
ed the anti-spitting ordi
nance which has been copied
all over the country. He Is
positive that the widespread
use of Nuxated Iron would
greatly lessen the worries
and. troubles of Health Com
missioners In keeping up
a high standard of public
should know ef it The men
and women of today need
more iron in their blood
than was the ease twenty
or thirty years ago. This be
cause of the demineralised
: - : " diet which now is served
daily in thousands of homes and also be
cause of the demand for greater resistance
necessary to offset the greater number of
health haxards to be met at every turn.
Dr. Schuyler C Jaques, Visiting Surgeon
of St Elizabeth's Hospital, Mew York, was
also asked what hs thought of Nuxated Iron.
In reply. Dr. Jaques said: "I have never be
fore given out any medical information or
advice for publication, as I ordinarily do not
believe in it But in the case of Nuxated
Iron, I feel I would be remiss in my duty
not to mention it I' have taken it myself
and have given it to my patients with most
surprising and satisfactory results. And
those who wish quickly to increase their
strength, power and endurance will find it
a most remarkable and wonderfully effective
NOTE Nuxated Iroo. which hss been ued by
Foraisr Hssith Commissioner Kerr with such surprts
Ins results, sod which is prescribed sad nconuiHMded
hove by phnicis. Is not a secret remedy, but en
WMca Is weu Known to drufslsu everywhere. Unlike
tlit elder Inorfsnic tree products. It Is esstly a
slmilsied. dots eat injur U weth, Mk the Mark
aoe- arwt .the- steaMce.- The nunafutarers fusrsate
surveasful and entirely ttfactry results to every
purchaser or they will rrftind your n-'titv. It la du
renaed in this cltr hr Nherman A Krrnnnell Drug
vth. auu ur mu w (vuwuHS.Aarruttinsufc
BIG SLICE OUT
OF WEST RUSSIA
Slav Armies Must Evacuate
Three Provinces Demanded
by Invaders and Cede
Anatolia to Turkey.
Amsterdam, March 5.The peace
treaty signed between the four cen
tral powers and Russia, according to
a dispatch received here from Berlin,
says the powers mentioned "have
agreed to terminate the state of war
and bring about peace at quickly as
possible" and that, therefore, the
plenipotentiaries signed the following
TO UVE IN PEACE.
"First, the central powers and Rus
sia declare .he state of war between
them to be terminated and are re
solved henceforth to live in peace and
friendship with one another.
"Second, tht contracting nations
will refrain from all agitation or
provocation against other signatory
governments and undertake to share
the populations of the regions occu
pied by the powers of the quadruple
TO HAVE NO VOICE.
"Third, the regions lying west of
the line agreed upon by the contract
ing parties, and formerly belonging
to Kussia. shall no longer be
under the Russian sovereignty. It
is agreed that the line agreed
upon forms an essential part of the
peace treaty. The fixing of the line
V. .L- . HI 1- -.i,-J .t.
in ine.wcsi'Wiu oe sciucu m iue
German-Russian mixed commission.
The regions in question will have no
obligation whatever toward Russia,
arising from their former relations
thereto. Russia undertakes to re
frain from all interferences in the in
ternal affairs of these territories and
to let Germany and Austria deter
mine the future late of these terri
tories in agreement with their popu
lations. Three States Go.
'Fourth. Germany,' and , Austria
agree, when a general peace is con
Lift Out Your Corns
THE NEW DISCOVERY ENDS I
This new discovery, made from a Javanese
product, is certainly a wonder the way it
draws ont Inflammation from a pair of swol
len, burning, aching feet It takes the sore
ness right out, then the eorn or callous
shrivels and lifts off.
Hard corns, soft corns or corns between
the toes just shrivel op and lift off so easy.
It is wonderful. Just think! Not one bit of
psin while applying Ice-mint or afterwards.
It doesn t even Irritate tne surrounding sum.
Yon will never hive to est a eorn again
and ran the risk of blood poison. Say good-
by to your old eorn salve, plasters and bundl
ing tape, for that pet eorn of yours is sure
to be a "goner" if it ever feels the magic
touch of lee-mint. '
It imoarts sueh a delightful, soothing.
eoollnt feeling to tits feet that too will sigh;
with relief. .'
Ice-mint is the' real Japanese secret for
fine, healthy little feet It prevents foot
odors and keeps them sweet and comfortable.
It Is greatly appreciated by women who wear
high heel shoes.
Just ask In any drug store for a little
Ice-mint and give your poor, suffering, tired,
swollen feet the treat of their lives. It costs
little and there is nothing better. -Adv.
COUGHS AND COLDS
Dr. King's New Discovery sold
since Grant was President t
at fifty cents.
That was fifty years ago. In all the
years since millions of colds have
been checked by it, coughs relieved,
grippe vanquished, croupy children
Dr. King's New Discovery is very
effective m checking the develop
ment of an oncoming cold or the
advance of a neglected one.
It soothes the tortured throat, loos
ens congested chest and dissipates the
tight-packed phlegm. Standard for
young and old as a faithful remedy
for an enemy of new and old coughs
and colds and kindred attacks. Try
CREAM FOR CATARRH
- OPENS UP NOSTRILS
Tells How To Get Quick Relief
from Head-Colds. It s Splendid I
In one minute your clogged nostrils
will open, the air passages of your
head will clear and you can breathe
freely. No more hawking, snuffling,
blowing, headache, dryness. 1 No
struggling for breath at night, your
cold or catarrh will be gone.
'Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream
Balm from your druggist now. Apply
a little oi this fragrant, antiseptic,
healing cream in your nostrils. . It
penetrates through every air passage
of the nead. soothes the inflamed or
swollen mucous membrane and re
lief comes instantly.
It's just fine. Don't stay stuff ed-up
with a cold or nasty catarrh Relief
comes so quickly. Advertisement
has important work to do. Un
der favorable conditions it docs
it well If sluggish, relieve itwith
Largest Sale ef Aay Medicine la the World.
; Sold everywhere, to hues, 10. ISc.
Always Lead to Better Health
Serious sicknesses start in disor
ders of the Stomach and Liver. The
best corrective and preventive is Dr.
King'a.New Life . Pills. . They prevent
Constipation, keep Liver; and Bowels
in condition. No change in price, still
, iTTxfln n ft
cluded and Russian demobilization is
fully completed, to evacuate . the re
gions east of the .line designated in
article 3, No. 1, insofar as article 6
does not stipulate otherwise. Russia
will do everything in hir power to
complete as soon as possible , the
evacuation of the Anatolian, prov
inces and their orderly return to
Turkey. The districts of Erivan.
Kars and Batoum will likewise with
out delay be evacuated by the Rus
ACTRESS GIVES RECIPE
FOR GRAY HAIR
A Wall Known Actress Tall How tc
Darken Gray Hair With a Simple
Homo Mad Mixture.
Joicey Williams, the well , known
American actress, who was recently
playing at the Imperial Theatre in
St. Louis, Mo., made the following
statement about gray hair and how
to darken it:
"Anyone can prepare a simple mix
ture at home, at very little cost, that
will darken gray, streaked or faded
hair and make it soft and glossy.
To a half pint of water add 1 ounce
of bay rum, a small box of Barbo
Compound,, and U ounce of glycerine.
These ingredients can be bought at
any drug store at very little cost, or
any druggist can put it up for you.
AddIv to the hair twice a week until
the desired shade is -obtained. This
will make a gray-haired person look
20 years younger. It does not color
the scalp, is not sticky or greasy and
does not rub oil. Advertisement.
. FREE TO
A New Home Cure That Anyone Csa Use
Without Discomfort or Less of Time. ,
We have a New - Method that eores
Asthma, and we want yon to try it at our
expense. No mstter whether your ease is ef
long standing or recent development
whether it is present as occasional or chronic
Asthma, you should send for a free trial ef
our method. No mstter in wast climate yea
live, no matter what your age or occupa
tion, if you are troubled with asthma, our
method should relieve yea promptly.
We especially want to send it to those
apparently hopeless eases, where all forma
of inhalers, douches, opium preparations,
fumes, "patent smokes," etc, have failed.
We want to show everyone at our own ex
pense, that this new method Is design ed to
md all difficult breathing, all wheesing, and
all those terrible paroxysms at ones and
for all time. 1 ' .
This free offer Is too important to' argleet
a single dsy. Write now and then begin the
method at once. Send no money. Simply
mail coupon below. Do It Today,
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FRONTIER ASTHMA CO., Boom lftSl-l
Niagara and Hudson StsvBuffslo, N. Y,
Send free trial of your method tot
The Easiest Way
To End Dandruff
There is one sure way that never
fails to remove dandruff completely
and that is to dissolve it This de.
stroys it entirely. To do this, just
get about- four ounces of plain or
dinary liquid arvon; apply it at. night
when retiring; use enough "to moisten
the scalp and rub it in gently with
the finger tips.
By morning most if not all of
your dandruff will be pone, and three
or four more, applications will com
pletely dissolve and entirely destroy
every single sign and trace of it, no
matter how much dandruff you may
You will find, too, that all itching
and diegmg of the scalp will stop
instantly, and your hair will be
fluffy, lustrous, glossy, silky and
soft, and look and feel a hundred
tiroes better. . '
You can e-et liauid arvon at anv
drug store. It is inexpensive, and '
four ounces is all you will need. This
simple remedy has never been known
to fail. Advertisement.
FINE REPORTS REGARDING
The satisfaction expressed by our
customers after using Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root and the words of praise
offered by them in behalf of the mer
its of the preparation makes us be
lieve that Swamp-Root is all that is
claimed and we are pleased to handle
a remedy so vonular in the trade.
We first began to sell it ten years ago
and during our experience in hand
ling it we have, never heard a single
i. Very truly yours,
FENTON DRUG CU
August 10, 1917. South Omaha, Neb.
Dr. Kilmer 4 Co,
Binghamton, N. Y.
Prove "What Swamp-Root Will Da Far You.
Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer &
Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample
size bottle. It will convince anyone.
You will also receive a booklet of val
uable information, telling about the
mdneys and bladder. When writing,
be sure and mention the Omaha Daily
Bee. Medium and large size bottles
for sale at all drug stores. Adv. -
There Was Nothing So Good
for Congestion and Colds
as Mustard . :
But the old-fashioned mustard-plastei
burned and blistered while it acted. Gel
the relief and help that mustard
plasters gave, without the plaster and
without 'the blister.
Musterole does it It Is a clean, whit
ointment made with oil of mustard. It is
scientifically prepared, so that it works
wonders, and yet does not blister tht
Just massage Musterole in with the finger-tips
gently. See how quickly it brings
relief how speedily the pain disappears.
Use Musterole for sore throat bron
chitis, tonsilin's, croup, stiff neck, asthma,
neuralgia, headache, congestion, pleurisy,
rheumatism, lumbago, pains and aches of
the back or joints, sprains, sore muscles,
bruises, chilblains, frosted feet colds of
the chest (it often prevents pneumonia).
30c and 60c jars; hospital size $250.
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