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8TPRL1HB. ILLISOIS. TUESDAY. NOV- 21.1918. f AGE FOR 22 YEARS \. M HI>S-«I, t>rtvt(in 't'«.«tlfii'« that after havllu: l«'«-r fa to tobarco 41 yrnrc, In- c<'t ri>< habit .-nfIt-fly In a ft"iv d:i-« fflv )fni>ro\/nir hi" In'.-itih IT .TOBACCO. GAINED 35 LBS. In .MaiiKiitn. ' "kl.t . t- the t.iw (!IHIH;C in A _ put on 35 t1>.«. In Jimltln jlhVlfif'f* tf^ttlmt rid of (iifiai.o hab- hroilRli th*> information i>nined ttff IMMIU wttlrh yon may .al (dly otitnln. he r.mld m-v < r .put -.VHP t Tr of UforK«' AmbtiMh. I'.'.irl f'ti' 1 Mtillirt, who \va» a ->--la\e of t"- _^,,» for many vr««i5«. bit! ;iltct i;.-!•S the book, hr Jranird how the luib- leottid be ioiuiii«>i'«d in ttii'-e d.iyo 1 h«« win«'M that he Is fot.-ver fj*' 1 ' nnd i>» In tmu-h irii- GIVEN FREE. "Vul .'i'.i'.«>.. !ntere.«t!n« bnoK on h»w „„. been written' by Rdw. J ft, llMi* )•'„ Station H, N>'W Yoik, j rt nnd he will »en»l it fn-.i to nny- »hw wrlti'K nukitiK for it, n« he I* that all. who are vletHnn { for tob,-«r«'o, snuff. i-iKufH. i vii,......-* may Haw themNi-lves jullr. quickly. Kirntly nml !«» t -nK«y. Iwi, hfnrt. Wdtieya am I. stomacli Itn- fcvWJ. nervi-M tninmilMzed, nu-inorj Iprovod. vigor n«ln«.il nml nuniprotiM ' - - •••- t,rti>n • -'•••' A FEARLESSWmiCIAN |ih>MU < ln» K' *riit-~ \von.li-rftil f f'-ninrk nf J.yiiln M> _ of wi'ineiflV niitTxcaiiHt. 7r \'& ntlmnhint. not lu'wium- it IH a Hative. but mm|dy liff-miMf it ron- htt the vi'iy elt'm.'iiiM m eded to tone fernnio Kyxt.-in and xtrenKthen it'l* «o, otherwlNfi it could not HUO AH It him . SAYS FORD GOT HIS LAND ffchlfliin Man Bring* Suit to Recover Property. „ -^....t. Xllrh'.. Nov. t'I.-Tlii- unit jitwt Henry K«nd to rwo.v«-i twenty- of land oil the Hlv.-r Ib'iiKe ttfKt'n in Jurl«<> HinUli'fl t'finrt. The Jntfff, Hlilncy 1). Hmltlt. tnnlixtiurw land „.,„,. hy tin- Htnndard Mfe Jiml Af- itant InHurnnco «-»mipany Uironirh an tsnl forcehmurc of a >3,<Hrti mttrt- In I'J13 ilu> Inml wan «ul»l to Fonk ' Mr, Koi>1 OWIIM lhi> land purrrtuwlM tho conteHted plot. SHOOfs"GIRLlND SELF |ll«no«, O., Youno Man, Forbidden to Pay Court, U«o» Weapon, .jnci', <>., Nov. *!t.- l-'oibidden to rillirl to IdM KW ei't l|e'll t '•> * 1( " r ^tlW, H«l|di I'oto ntiot and ilatiKer- t wounded Mii« Mabel Austin and lurned MX weapon on hlnmclf. _,.jjf iilivmlclnnx !ir«« Hk'htiiiK to wive |ie flrl'B life, «whllo J'i>to IH believed 10 dyliiK m a hoHpital. Poto, who i« years old, whot Mit-x Ai^tln, tiiroe JIW When ll'ey met (ii the front yard ,!. hf.r lionu' in Marlboro, north of hen-, (B fhf'trw'nlkvil lnt«» th' 1 »l>^et aiul whol ih!•<•«» tiinen. MIKH rf \u-.tin ir- old. WOMAlTwANTED TO DIE. olrf, 111., Nov. 31. • Me«-an*f tl0-<iM!lil not pernuade in-t IniMband, tie Itfiffj-rty, of IVorla," not to enter ilt tuf divorce, Mrn. Myrtle IUIti<i|y d to take her life b\ drinhinK Hlie IH III « loial l!ii>-pltill Hllil will m-over. TOOK tii'NMAN JOHNNY r}ijlrj< bullet tlflie _>eai_rt t_o jilil l"«v p Hergeunl Wnlter Thomph-on of W York, Smilh Html ThmiipHon in liack In 1007, Thompson ilietl fruni •ho effect* of the wutind \ r.sl<Tilii\ , r ashAway Skin Sores - f4 tiui IB*ny nuffprpra of »kln dlw««a J, JJ,' II., llio liquid wash, Unit tn'r.im<» rt —*--•( word. Tlwy ki»«w It IH ii'lluUM • rau a>pnttd on Jt, Uiry tin uut (<> recrunni<>(itl It to I lift r iictun- imii M>nl It J>A» provw Itwlf o -re f°t" Ad f'irma of Hrxi>iun. . 11 Ix a l4o that in h'nrudei.8 tu tu« wuwt e %kln. Out *UH ft I* vB'wHv* nnd ' • /" A scene from "The End of * Perfect D*y." n cl*»n, iw»et • pliiy th»il cornea io the Academy of Mu»ie, Sdturtlay, Nov. 25th. STARTS TO FIGHT Bryan Launches His Four Year Fight To Make the Whole Nation Dry. WANTS HIS PARTY TO ACT Urges; Democratic Party To Take Lead For Prohibition . And Suffrage. !irto|Ji "tuie-wide prohililtion ..before threi>.fi»nih« i'iiir!y.si.\). .tin- numb.-.r ,,,,,-,.„..,,, \ (,, t-id'fj- the iimeiidment to the .1 on-!i!nti..,i. of all the Htatf* In the union HI,- diy. The situation in n number of i!i<'«.' c'lf=vetl xtntf* I* n* f<dlowH: MliHu -Mot/t, Indiana, Ohio, KenttiekV, Tt'Xi»«. .N'eW Mexico. WyotJl- ItiK. and D.lnWiite are jii.it ri-«ily to drop into Ih^diy i>a>ik*-t. The rhnncew are nioi.' than even that five of thetie will i(d».pHiuJilhltJi»n within the next twlvi« inoiithi* narne|> : Mlntii'HOtn. Indhthn, oiii<>. New Mexico and The Rltn.ttlon In die renitilnillK iicec»j!iti i .for the adup.iion,- tit p tlon !K a« fo|io«'!»: New Il.tmp-'hiie: f.'n!.;** fherv in n-» afflrrnntive vote In .-aeh town for II- i-nntti-* '«-iH-h twii jr-ar.s no licfixMen can f»« «!iin<i.l, At the vote In I'.'Io 2»3 Towns Vf5t<-(t-;i(rntrtst-Hrrtiwr-, twenty-one to\vnn for Hc.'ii'.', The mniorily oil ov- Yn < Ha n a t.. i H. I n i f.,""No v. "2 I. - ~ :: nniiiKx i'.rvan in thH rity Malted a foni; year tliifit t't make lh«' l'ni(>->l Uut<*s n totally dry nation by federal nartmvnt, Tin- N'i-brn*kan will nr«r> thr -.Homo- t'nits of UK tnitry to join him ir. a arnpaiKii to,.compel th»« next ii.-niu- ..T5tlrT!IllitIL i n l :'E!l!l>'''U!iilJl. n 'oJUH-iude a plTiiik for ii : .U.'nar"i.i~'lilTTn..n~TrrTM [ilatform. lie will ul»o *«<>#' ;i plank fa- \.itilH' federal r.|liiil HUffrnj-e. All of th" political t'nfM'feiew "f Mr. irytiii until !:•»" will bo-M'-voti-d to in- purpose of tnnktiiK the Uotn.H-ratie mrty ileelave for lh«w two objeeiivt-w. wiil< h h>> c'iiit idi-r" fhv two bin IMWM >f the day. The.. N<-bra*kun ha* tnmie uiown hi* Intenti'tiiM in emphatic- -H*- i Seventeen Wet Town* in Vermont. ! Vermont The «wmo kitid of local I option pit vnii* in Vermont ;IN in New Itftrnps'-niir, 'Oily s4fV<-nte*'n of the \24f> towtn in .'..''o* .ttntc have Million* 'and :n.\i!i »f th. 1 •»<-vmit^'i'U hnvn In tin- | lJ»-l:uVii|. ' 'lltin.old.v ^Wi fi.iliion* I.-ft i In UK- rtitiii- «(-itt' and Htatt'-wldc pi'o- ) \V5oininii Tin- IKKIIC i.« (i.iivo i>in» and ' Httitutiii y prohibition jnolniliiy at. tho , i'uinltiK XI>K*!I>II of tbc li'Klnlnturo. 1 I'aiifoinl.r falifoinla ifduri'd thi>' j wri iniiltM-ltj of two years auo of 170,- "iM.ici down to ifi.iiOfi for prohibitiim of |Ulc t>al(iini;i iintl all "rf-tiiil •- «>lllni4 of : Ibiiior and, to 100,ooo f«r. ('onipfi-tjKpru- jliibliitn of t.!ic< Hi"in»t" truffle. ijf/-t«ll,- i Maryland; -.Maryland in coniinK tu J->tato-\vli!»- j.niltibition, 8l>vont«'t'ii of •HH>- THE FREKCH CANALS Arr Expected f o Be Scene Of Naval BattSc-s In-the Very -^ Near Future. ,. v. ..,,,, c; TV-..""' . . ( , . ,,__,.:. -.,„.,. ,,, , ,, (., -„ •;',.- W- -r.- f>ont. , . , , -T- .--TT l! •-'• ' '•"•'n;" .s, \, I..-I-'!' i)' - ! - .TCI'"r<!it"- ,.. ,',., v , , r , v ,,.-!-•. mift in„ t T -^-•**•*-****•* **'**? f»f Hn ., •',.",''..^ u'im-"!K-r.i«r. N«rth nti.t nandf-i'-- Thi- W"ii). (K,- ATJii.* llnr-- Tr—r TTrM--?H-r*»«* IPS filth tx.iw irvitiH. .-»nd rmrm'-d !'!»«< ,-iu r< •'P'indmt f>n tn«* Frrtich ft.>tit f!tnPFflt I" >r-hV rniiftl iinvy hftn •lirfuu bf. n in m-tfori htMir)- German Th.-. in,If. mostly m-mitm*. oiwati •db.ntl' •met sl.iwlv t,n tho caniiiw &M In'e Hif riookt-d mtir«'- of tin- Hive It it in the exmm." North n ui. i h<-r«< am! rnnnl« nrr< mote »p.n i'»n« : r.rt afford r*>nl o|jpor « f.ir mftn«'iivetini--, ThfMf wot * alfl.t interlock «<> that nepnrnl nml flrM» may fMrml their nf in iTiiiny nrr.;ie. h< r culinary soldiers or Attorn the land l.wfced nnv'lpf M.u (!-..'• Uttht Infantry an«l Hoyiil .Ma- Tfl<'*f> tTK'l MM6HGT KIDNEYS f, Or, Kilmer'* fi«nr Trouble. Perils of Nature B y DR. SAMIM, G. DEXON H««!th of fi>r st;c-l» \vorl< a: ntill!» In tin tin. AKHbiy \v»n!d '•' i. liichly tral r.< t'l.-ir c'.rr* "itruh «orv|f-<?. Ttic r<-e»nt oftlclnl :innrtune»-ni''nt ...•IT that Sir Archibald I'rtrl* nnd ot-li- i-r Mat die tnaji>r-m'ni'r.il.« havo ln-ec .'tit to the front (etnN ttnvor to th* 1 onjct'tvire reKatdiiiK th*'inland navlo* That ttip C.frmnn?' may li*v« already ii't!nniy..d their Inland navy !» Inill- at.M! by ttn- appearajii'* 1 of xreat nntn- hors »f fUrtnan marines on the Sornnii front. Home of th."--e have |i.»-n c.'ip- tuml. WhiU' the real. f«-n-Hoin/.: navi«'«< run- titiue to watrh tttHr eliance to etash, it i* bylh'Vfd not improimble that Mir Inland flrct" hiay IM> the TUM Ii* tlRlir* •itin its the WWH dicpntches. HEAVY LOSSTROM GALE Britiih Shipping Damaged And Mar__. »eM|«_'.Hnrd._MiLt |j.iul»n. KnK: Nov. ri.--A rpiiewiil :f ih«» h''A\> tj''! f<R wlii< h have vl«itei! tlie British coast recently enused n hra\ y lofix to Fhlppln'r Hnturdny and Sunday, Sunday innming; ft largo mnnber of ifeatm r?i and fiiilinjc vuwl^w^vn 1 tlriv- ll ashore at different pojyfltH. The • Ki'iineth t', itHtiorf nl . «*<nintv Loutli, lr<-luniJ, n wreck. T|K« orow WHS xavtu],.Tho Mrltish nt«'.inu-r Alurlstun was drlvi'ii .i«.|i«>r«« unil hrultcn in H-»v<» Binith of IMytli It i* bclievi-il thai tin- »evon- 'Httitnl- d«'f. uted on ..'•' i-Mii'-. Jind will M« livukim; for in v. oii«-« on whtrh to i.ixe the tluht of i!»:x It may i-l f th«' !".'(* counties -in cent K»niiH'i.\ l"« UK dry and *»f th" j'o|Mii."itioii renidt-H rlto(\. St,ite-\vide piuiiibitlon is im i.fijief cen in flry te|' non ptolublilon in t|i" IIHIH/ "f win the west whirh already has do- j -j-lie i,b..v. m ih« n thirty <sfv<*n MUtt'en, il the Wl'l and dr> ,,{• <me inme Hi ill th*' ne<'.*F8ar,\ tlin-o- f.iinth, but. in addition it «liotilil bo buttie it! mind thill to briitK about national prohibition it is not nt-rt'ssary "Thc returtiH of tho recent election j| uat t|,t in.iuidnal Mlaten j»hnll have that tin "', 0 Wantr Party to Lead. ni|o)iied the dn law. let'lsi.iinii'n should be «lry. which will open ll'e dool H to n( h-ast two mVtri* • t, >(.•*. n.un.'h .^ .Mlvjioiit t and Nmadjl Thef t'< .< ."ti'onu niovmeiit the «.i)oun in ,\.'V.ol4, and «entiment"iK Not th Dakota UeortUrt ,. { ))(hihoitiu Xoith t 'iii'dina T.-llIM -Me %kln. Out *UH ft I* vB'wHv* nnd tn-tliMi. If yuu n'f.' n Miff •.•••r l-«.-iiw% ItlcUKllllK Ulf«'M, |illn- cru*t or Mextuun In any I1UU" Iriui'Oy will ii'»t ili«u»|nrfut- >'mi. H |«««-|nuO(| liu'.'li'.tl und luilay N (lie IttftpSwtlMa for all Kkin .jiiwnstM, TT taste In today mitl n*k tili.xit <»nr „ ' wi U. J>. 1>. Al«wati«tui I>. t». U (bat tops the «kiu tivulUiy. for IS Years tho Standard Sktu Anything Mt^w In Your Line '•> , J People Ought to Know \\'f f \ VllMUU I , .1'JIU ^ 1'iijoi'adti , IK I t Ol'CKoll I'.'H Wa 'iiuuton I'M I Aiivioiiii ; . ...lull • AiMn-.,;^ i''l i b,w . ..' ' '- I'-'i:, •biuhi. i;nc ;>«>utli < '.uol.iui ,. S'.'i . I'ldluWln,: a.bbd Xo> 7 M|. I-U' to ei!H"titntlon. 'J'hf of .MlHMoiiri »i?> elected b.V counties, iniiiiini en the po\v< r of St. In is ovri \s lieliniiu:l,\ dry Jttul would ratify the tititioiMiL amendment. . Aint hut hiit by no niJ-nn.H improliahle .ne th" It hispiiiti i's of Illinois ,'nnl Ij»ii» .ike it ea-y for tin* I)« niocra! ie party l«> tal;<-. the lead on prohtliition and -Ut th«' t\\vn!> -tlltce dl\ .'.t.lti'^ ie\ - ••ntiH-n \\vnt for \S'ilniiii,.twn'nio.rc.w>-i'<- •loiii'. and. in four other «taieM which J',»j,i;7i'y "i'lVlMV/«••'' thnVii iV'iVridmbi 10 carried •flohlbillon has iirai-llrally j,),.,, ,| l( . |,. u i.,tntuie of NVviuIa would >een do-idi-t) on. r.iliCv a proljlhltloifr ailiendllient (o tin "Aunln -tin' prt'Nldfiit oartied near* y all. tin' Ktates in whi<*li vvoinen vote. I'liPHe two H:«ue* me paiatlionnLto Ihe )art>. They xhotild not, iind will not Cities Against Saloon. .Tli" . b ctii-n bioni^h! the most ,-w i-jt- ni; \tridiltn f"f ihe antl-^atoun <-.ui'.( u llf InMors <.f tbc niovtinent. Knur .states, roittainliiK a popnlatlon % if MfMMCG unit an urea ut 3^6,11^. ,i|iiare inilPH, e«inaliiiK more than n'nc- rtelflli of the an<. of tlie I'nited •JlateV, in a ;<inwie liny wont from wol n dry (Jf l})i- !',.*> C(\ i iilllltlen III tin' I'nltfd •Male-, »."I7 Were div before the e|.'Cion Nov. 7. when KM moro ronntii-f \ere ad« d. leiivliiK only 3T.J wet ronn- ita.ail tilt' i'tllH;e pillion _ , Th" MKinliranl Hi-nd~«"tf th* 1 llnu-s i.s he tmn of IIIK indu'.liial cities, «nain:d he siiloon. Kiin^aH <*it>, (ir.ind Kn|ini;. •icattle, Spokane, Tacoma. .-tit >,-,ive de- •iMVe dry in.ijoiio*. • Dry States Be tort. .Maine is'-l ' i">i in. i Tli.ii (•« ttyii'e ihnn a chnnee In eaeh isfte of th'*Ke »tate«. Tht'if aie pioh.^ily no more ilhihl i,iiutin of the crovvlli of x .maintit th" lii|iior inli'i.'HlH tliiin In tin* silppo-eiily iinpri enable Ntront-hobl of li(iijoidoin hi I'eniihvlfatiia. 1-'i\' yean* a Kit fill.liim ..( lii-r people lived ill HOT"«la,v tlut 1 ^ are more than I.MHI.IMIII and Uiiile in J'Jll then" weie onlv ,'(i'i si|tinie rniteh of rlr.s ter- Ut(ll> to.tin IhelnMie 1}!,3II(I , Then ibeie weie onlv kWO rounliew dr\, .\*o\v lp«|e ate eleven. It i idelphl.i :•<'•' ,ai- im tlie m.iiki-i, lunl.. i. .nH.lIlM' Iha! lie Ilii- PHI fm i lie. BEAT HIGH LIVING COST. I l!\ I'nlti'd Hri'fh ) UiKin.ii'. K, N'.l»., Nov. -1.- Adopthtir •»f Ihe "f.inilU .style" of MeryliiK food in liii«<' coijianuTH to »>i«le pi'taon ln> miileH hits »-,4\iil Hn< »tnlc two ceniM a i|j)> ib-Kplie comma, fond priccH, of. detain .Mfiid liMjiiy. ('onvh^tH weie fo( . uH-ily h< i vi d Individually from In .nidi si'tt riotid.i a»"i I't.ih ihiti !"*,! , it HI- u il yv ei ni'i H pli'tU; il l run"* ip.it .»J t!ll^' niii, i within: th< iirxt f.ii.i .lii « 'II ieiVr' 0|||( I'U'XCI) ^t.iU'r Jlll/U' | I HEY WERE RUNDOWN * Jlow ciCteiv we hear it said of a tuaii ; or w*»tu ui "that "iliry were lumlottfi in j sii i.t't-ss. tot th u icason it is if»|M- '. tunl that wiK-ii yuu thui you tire t-JMly, , \vh, n jt.ur :u. i r\'"» me your \\\tik is itk WAR 0001TIE8. id'Hi .N..\ "1, -"Jlovv^ tint- \uii !ili." .!«lu.iiiili'il ,an olYii oi iif Ihe lOuHt liiinp'ted military tribunal of an ipJ'Hcani, fi<o.^i,"*eniii 1 liin "An- it bab), (*Mippo r," .in.\\«:id rtit ai>i'lleatil "If ', iri K' I to tiippili'l \null . nil it ;i>. H i--.j-idlel thi- ..rtir. i retuded "Ye", o| i I'coipv ' Ihi ipjilieant paiitt'l xvm-n -'i!'- ,l|.pl >1 VVa.i luflUviJ. * I , ODO TKLLOWS WIl-L MEET.| ' .-•:•. "i. :'d. lit .v,,^ .M j\.iu.^t« l»j •m)iiitii>t (ini>.M iti (lie Ol.nut , l.oili. ..i n.j.j !'e)!..Vvii oi llliliolh -alo I U!H,I !*i.' ftl'ito i'Ui .linpllieilt -23, at tin ...m,. tint, .iiul *• iti>*z^fatiiiii« ,ue osi t' t. .( in ,ii i u ! WHOIESA! L" GROCERY ROBBED. » . ' i' :< • "ih.V. .<) i !'i < , '• i . ' I '»,>). i'( i»i t .«.iiii.,4i,M |,r..liii.ili..., 11 •!. I"'"'"""' «!"•' !>1 " «•«•'««• en--«inpi,. He- Mill h,- Ill III. «ll> .oi i;-"" 1 '-'" ' '" ' IHurtl-.l.i NlH 2I> r tin next foul .III"ii'!--, Tlu- I' 1 ' 1 '•' • ' ' "• .u-«'iibh \\I1I be heid •< i rf,C CHASE. Sth tij;t^.i}i your >y~t'-in ' i'tniv tli '. 'y \vith ihs- !»' '-«l-<:!!maHn;, ii- v.tn }>• 1! ; iii't itj'^J iii ,St rU 1 -; l-'tnu!'.;i>u.n.' i 1 N Ud In N«'l At glatj ( l'Ca !t|i«»li..l. crew i>ori»ho<.l. A .N'iirv\«'Kinn Ktt'iiincr i« achort* in Blytti bay, Tim crew wa« »avotl. ' ... Four InrRo otitwurd bound stf»mpr» .i'«>ri« compelUnt to frtiirii to Queena* town. i'lclndlnK the OI««In, which lost Its |.iu|.«'llt"r. At AiarwUlPd till tln v tttliiint oti'Cwtn- IHII lioacli wt'ro carried away nn<l the tilth UAV?» .inmuliUi-U t'nrliu-lu' roml, xti»|.piiiK the stieet earn. .Muny vcwsfls liniiuiicil. SUES DETECTIVE FOR $60,000. . K«l *'ak. In. Nov. l'l.— Th<< work of r<fU-Htim « Jury t» ts-y th«« $6».om) tlam- htfe HUit J>r K. K, 4pwx. ftirnn'r statw Hi'tiator, .'rX'iiitHt J,- X. WllkorHon, a Kiinsus I'lty ,<i«'lfctlv*«, IK prouiy^KsliiK .sluwly. Tin- <-axt" Brow.s uui of tin- nuinliT cf tin- M«»>i-f futility at Vllllnoa In .IP 12. GRANTED ^ECOND TRIAL. I'.nt MfuJiMon. In., Nov. 21.—The «oc- n trial of M, M. Oilonnrll of Kwikuk, (•(invioicd nf vvift 1 nturtk'i" iintl wiitcnc- «>i! t«> lii-'lmnsed, will In-Kin-in tlu> Di»- triet Court h«-n» I»w, 5. The Iowa Su- lin-fiM 1 I'onrt rm'i>rni'<l tin- cU'i-lBloii of the Jm> in tlit« tli>t iii.il. OdoniiHI is ID tin- ifi/nltt'tttwry ln'r* 1 . • WANTED MINISTER TRIED,. iihflioyKaii, Win.. Nov- 21.—The lifv. Itiul-llliikiimp Hiiil th'.' Hi'v. II. P. T. .tonkins'ri-wlgfUMl from tlu- fc*li»>boyKau \'..ii"tv Mlnl'.tci lal tvH'Mv h-'faiiHii nf the Minxi! of tlu- orMiinis'.aiiiMi t» Iry tin- Krv, David Thomas «»r the First 1'iitlKK'K.ttional flllllrh ull !l chui'K" lif li(«i<->j Air. llinKnnip \va« |uvMi<|i'iil t.f tlu- »ocict>, - FAILED-AT RECONCILIATION. k Detroit. Alioli, Xov. 21. Alter futll«» tffufts tim'fmi rofiiiu'llifitIon witlf tlu 4 woman'he married twi-nty-tlire-o \eari* *IKO ufid dlv<u»-«'d m«>iity .v'enrx Inter, \Villtani Hivk hlu»t hlniNelt in front of. Ilu» hi-ltlo tif ilr». Ivathi'l'llir HeeK. IliH f i inner wif*', Heck's body will J»e for tu Akron, uhiu. EASY TO KEEP YOUR WOODWORK NEW Don't Use a Harmful Polish Careful housewives, in evcr'ittcrcasin^ number are keeping woodwork aiui furniture clean «|ia new>ioo1dug from day to dayns-hh Tolicy Polish. TUi» ii the old secret shop formula of Urn Tobey iuirniture Comi>ajuy (Cliicago ami New York), ^sed for many years i>« tlicir finest pieces. foboy Polish is the safe cleaner nnd lu>autificr «xf all fine furniture awl woodwork, it cleans 'easily,, quitkly, per. ffctly, * No hard rubbing; ^V'yu *cc the line results immediately. It is more ttian a Jwniture polish, because il, docs its \\<»rk without leaving a greasy film or veneer. AH y»»« see is ( th.o original finish, mtorwl and beautified. When used ia titut-. ^ Tobey Polish prrvcntS'unsiirfitly checking and cracking hy »tiurHiing the varnished surr faces and keeping tfv m elastic, Ik does not dry iij> the finest finish. It is ahva> a and everywhere the "safe polish. ' II s'.in'il* t» r^-as<!n:that the polish uu-d by ;\ I'W, rei»uta!'lc furniture li"H'? is surely t! o Vne f«r ymi. Tvhey J'olUh is-«'>v/ JHJnc; u<fd itl the finer hnm r -s through* out the c<«»:niry. Try it i-n ui.v nrti'-le ''f f vi attitrt > -~a i 'i ii'<>~;in<) >. o the !>•« S< '• n •«' il iiu.nt.tins- tjie ;« 1 !>'• .uifMiiinliil/ will n< t }l,iit|i-. J^ ; ni,l "ivli 1 tjturl oat trt","" » foi'irip th«' ttrnrr tmtfitt d inor** \vor* J--v lib lice <if in* t'M.-k, an- *.mnrtinR or rftrilple-xion, r!n'iii7 or hrecuinr h.-:ut that yo»ir k!d»K-yi» diat^y to avoid mnrf nerloU An "hfc.il htTi',-l! rortiponnil had t»o»l rprnnrknhi*- fw-f^ n»»y ftnfl Msrtdcr rrmrdy !* mr-i-'fl Swnmp-Hoof. There nctloii, w.irns yr.u remfirr help imme- trouble. lhat hup ns *t kid- 1'r. Kil* IK nothing pl8e;»ke it. It scription us«-d in it IB »im.< to bpii tle from your tliutt^iHi. Hh'wevtfr. if you wish this er*>nt prj- In Dr. Kilmer H Dr. KllmtT's pthni" IH.-U thf fit yon. <?et a prt- flrsf to t^t sond <en rerifs Illntrhfunton, N. Y".. for n K.-trnple l>otit<". When ing be surf nnrt mention The ^ Dully Gazette, _ ' writ- LABOR SEES WILSON "Wipe Out Class Feeling," Was the President's Plea To the A, F. Of L. Delegates, Washington, I >, dent Wilson to). I t; I -- Presi- M delegation from tin 1 Am^rlean^l-Vderrttioii <-r Lnlior late. .Snfiinl/iy tha^ (ill elasS f.-eiinj; in -Ame|i.;(" xhoilhl In wiped out' by the e«<tatill.«hmenl of a "JHMlli-e with ,t biurt in It." He .!e( lall'd thai !i.. OIL\.-ho fallH to xu'.rK (or thin end i« .|iutl|. tie.] lu.eall himxetf a true .Amerlian. The detiKatinii compllf*ed I lie membership of the federation'* annual convention. Mhs.-Ii lwM.bir.n of th«> federal ion, cDimui, declarini? hnd come to'rtTo for jtixtli'i In eted HH theil lnhfirln« people that ,\)r. \VHwn irecdotn, nn la hy man, to tfio sen Sn nU of D3?urn'« purity, ,. Tliry rnn throneh «mr vnl- k-irs and fn all thfirv iinp bf-nwiy and offerpf} tf> ranto nnttlr<» which ivonld luno- cently q (hirst of. niao. nt» boast titxl hoj (hem live. Today It Is not, so. Jhnt wlih wLlch nnturo hns closed much »rf tiur territory niorp rielily limn many other poultries, now" find lurklnK luilsnn so hidden tliat in some cases It Is tp 1«> =t«a only by <he aid of the microscope. In tho season when" we ~ traVol through the catintrf* to tm happy and l«y iip ennrgy niul strength for the ftiil of the coming -winter, tho want ot Itrti'lllRpncc nti'l cart? rnnkos us ikiif to tlie tt'ncninK <»f prevcnttvo and ,wc quench our thirst at the stream ^o run ..ncros«,* rega nHrss of Its puftty, nnd "of ton tht» Bpnrkllng Itumhler of \vnter is only to bo COOK -ivtt!i tho drnupht of tho «len«lly hranlock. Tlio parched lips have h«»«>u tuotetrnt'd aud thi» thirst pntlsliod, Inst the d«y of JudKinoiit too often comrs. ig the dcv«Iopt!ie»t of typhoid which Itj years past we could only compare xvlih sonic of the i>lngut's thnt nifc'nged our ancient clUc/t. Thosa of tia who Collect, tnbtilnte nnd ln\\v ever, before ua the H thnt »lv*vr the Buffering nnd sorrow thnt stlllcontlnue from typhoid fever, bt j g you to awnken to that which 's BO tnucli distress. By proper care It can ho avoided. lrlnk .._p«i of ' jtn unkmjwn mirfUce fitrpain. Wlieii trttveitng See thnt puro water Is carried along, afe well UB food, otherwise the harvest of sickness nud denth will follow, '•\Vo have taken j. in T need TI«!' ray tliat, cuinlnK to me aM you do Dti .xtieti an ej-ritnd, I ntn deeply Ri-atStied and R ready eheered," tlu- preHidenl lepll.d. 'It would ho Irn- po«Mlbb» for nVo to wiy off bund Jn*l what thonuiits are xtlrn'-d in rnv by Wha! Mr. t'omin-r.-i lia« xahl to me a* ut thins I can f.ay l», after all, the nt of tin- who|»' mat tor. What 1 have tried to do Is to Ret rid of any clu.ss dlvltdon in Ihjs" C.HIII- try, but alFo of any HUMS conm-ionM- IOIIH unit iwliiiK. The wor.vl tbinf* thnt otild hapj.on to Ameiicn would be that *h* -nhonUI 'be divided Into tfToup* and •amp« in which there were men and women who thought that they \\oro at odds, with one another, that the spirit •Weaker-Than In view of the number of me.n'kllleil by tho war, tho result of n study no* bt-rriK made by nu Kngll^h phyvlcinn IK ftithiT pc'HHlralsalc ns rcicunlM tho future nmsfuHuo «upremnpy. of the r-HU'. K«r a porlotl covering nearly 7\v* K yi'iira his Htutly InUirutuH tlmt tbg ruortnlUy^iT boys uiuJoF'ii yeur of ugo h»B been from 128 to 12T>, OH t'otnpnred with 100 for girl, huhlt-s. Nothwlth- Rtuoillue tho fact that' ut birth hoys huvi> the hdvauUtKe of .four lo flvo ounces of wolght over the average clrl |inhy, they have IOHS resistant 'jwwcr anil uro therefore less able to throw ot?. disease. Tho. reports upon babies horn since the war are Incomplete, but to blot Amerlrrt of !'iir- if Amelh'/l Wfl.H not exprenKetl exi epl ill them, and "th.it possibllitieB. o( antii" were . the- only thltiRH that we Had to look forward to. Would Blot Out CU»s Line*. A« .Mr. (Jompei.s said, .le.hleseinont a comparatively Miiall mutter, but tht» spirit in which- thln^a Miro done In iM>nco of Uu> whole thlllK. nnd what I am KtHvins for, am* wlrnt' I hupe ><>n are MtrlxiiiK for. IM nit nil the linos of diylnion in »na crente a unlty.,of npirlt and pone founded upon thi*<; the c-oii.Heioti*- that •«•«• are all 'men and women of the «ume »ort nnd that If w«« do not ohch other We ar«> not true Americans'. "If we eannot enter Into each other'** thouRhts, if we enniioi vomprehiuui •ai'h other's Inwrt-Ht*. If W«« cannot Hervo each other's e.K»entiiil Wi-lfare, then we have not yet c|iinJllled »H ro- .re,Hcntittt\es of the American ripiiit. , Rifts Alarm America. "Nothing alaitns Ameiica »o mneh IH riftu. divisioiiH, the drifting iipitrt »( eh'flleiUK allloiiK her people, and the ihlng ue ought "all i«f,Ktrl\i' for la to [•lose up e\'i r> rift, andj.he only way to do it, no far an I ciip"»iec. is to es- i;,h|lMh ji.Htlre not oifa but jtlMtiee wlili a he.ut in it, jn.-ih'e with a pnh *• in it, juwtire with H>inpath.s in il "JllMtei fan he rold .ind f.'lblddinK [n 1 it cini be warm nnd weh'omo, mid th« hiit'er h* the i»nlv kind o| jtintii'i* hia_.^ci_l_ea_iiH_.inj»h l Ji' 1 ' t "«lu'_ I do .j"i>t " hHlexc I <Cill" ~tIeTeh ing niTtJcT when- 1 »av that I think this spirit h> Krowintr in Ameficn I'pi.iy Mod il muj eiintinuo' to KI'OW, and all I base to n/o in t» cxhott i«\«'iy one whom tin wiH'he.i here or elsi'Whei'e to Inti/ this contmuu mwvemejit of humanity." « • CHICAGO WOMAN TO LEAD Mill Wyse Will T«ke Charge of Con- Union, „ "orni'Jl.u \V>M- of ('bluttfo lius airlved n WiuthlUi'ion to 'take clmtK" of-utnl t-urry on tho wotk of uiKiinijslnii the .iJilil bl.inche-s of lite I'lkiiKreMXIoiial i'nion for its "diive" 011 coiiKreiM dtir- illK the t iiliunc M'hKloU III belutlf of the ititiouul KUA'IMKI' atuejutnient. After coiiKitriH <'ti!l\(ilieM hln- will join [lie I'irpK of vvi'ikeiH u lio mi * t'oiiilnn lu-lc floiri the equal syffruKe fetutl'M to '<ii)ii> lor ihe woman's nieanun.', Mi>,ji \V.VM' if H ftudent of jJu- 1'lii- of <*IIIHIKO and Xoi thwt'Siei it Iv. having i:hen up li.-r lln.il yt>ttr ui law to join in the vsoik ul the woinan'-t patty Help Nature to Strengthen Stomach to Keep the Liver and Bowels Itegular "a tria they Indicate that boys born is conSldernhly in excess of U»e Rlrl8, ther>number who survive their first year Is so^much Je«s that thero J» no'-hope ot tho men of the next generation equaling th^ aunibcr, of woinfcn. .. . , *• Her Stockings. A tluy pocket on the side of a pair of silk stockings provides a place for carrying tho handkerchief while dancing? This pocket Is just A nico height above the nukle nnd on tho outer side of tho Tight stocking. Opul spangles ornament some stockings; others are decorated with beads or rhlucstonos, nnd for every variety we havo the Juuul'pnlnfrEKl stockings with ntalka of blooming "plants forming the "clocks" and gs$ butterflies fluttering over iho ItiHtep. luingino the truly pootle effoct of three luce butterflies (with wings upraised so that they flutter bewitchlngly) on the front of her stockings, on* abovu the other, from lnst,ep to shoetop •—hHgbt!—Of -fewse.yt hesfr-ure-tt^ bo worn only with untieing KlJii- pera, or similar ones equally low. C hildren pit!! A? ! ? -, Strings nrr.l fhrir rf-r-hteft 'illness inrnn?. nr For nearly o hiVf" <-.-?-niury mothers hnve h 1 *! I- New Discovery <i CfOtip, jirnpr. TT»6 mildly' inv-.'iv- expel the roltl ^rrnr. phlcfttni* r=ir«l,(l.<-i is felievtt}, ; th(rc:;!i. : li a serious Hlnest i4iu-Mtr-.?. Get a boltla of Or. K • •'» Ne RHEUMATISM AFTER HIS DAY'S OUTING Hunting Trip Of a V/et Day Brings Painful Results. ' On.'i> upon a (im- i '.'• •'.'•-• * 1 - •''' n, «f L'hiladelphi.'i. '.vr-nl - i- i . !' u... ... dit-m.-d rainy d,-i>. ;n-.' *- • - -i- •> •'.'<• t<> rohl and \v«-t bii.'i: ! • i • \ - n- at •ta<-k of i he'irii.'itf.tti. M- v, -• « i'?'!i!in| A friend t ee..jiim. -i .!• -: .-" ••'-;'•• Kini••'111, chin.!,' iii i »v, ii .. , •• ' .".i.i.-iii«. bottle ai I :H'I>Ii'-l 'ii '-• i : - ' .'.'-''bin-: | nl^, S'.i.n it'spi-i,* • JM. ; ; v. •• ii<.(ii-. .! and h. \vav- a'.!.- !<• r> '.'..••':•- !•' b-i. in-. -• --. u't.i<-lir.' i havi- i!--\-«*r iii s 'Aitlii h'2;j-l! V..II uili (ML! i' -i''-l>'-i.'• Jr.roi'-- '"pl'jlln^, "o«.(h:iet*V' .;.!.' li I • ', i •'• l-.t.l >r«'k'. Uenni'Kiu, in ('•''>•! ;'i! «'v|..-rj tailH. At' .'III ihi)^::!- 1 . ,'-... .'-'-'C ;: *i.0o n bottle. ^ftm «• ', • -, •.•;.. '<«, •' 3M%Emff'.t. '.• Sloans DEATH BECOMES A JOKE Harrow Escnpes B«f.c>ivic Tr-ijing' lr>ci di'fits A'. FrcoS. u;\ ri.ii London »;i,v . .\, UK nit the H»rnni' nen f;u-n di'.tth .l.ul r.>m "(id.!, n i •» i. i MI. UIIK iii.'id. nf-' (<> !' • t'thed.i:. A -i i" .•fetinept tl. < l;ii. . : > lo >« cm," (o all. i I < ,l ,,.\ ."-'.Jle'S , .< ' , , l>ii> ! Ij•;>_ ^ 1I " li ; lill ' 1 ;[t. •" 11! jii iy ',-•,. i f b' - "I'M' !•< dl <1H)'-' »i , 'it 't'o|t> |lw d'll i •!. \ t 1 " v ' • It Making Life Pleasant. ^Surely you don't wish to l>o rich beyond tl»e dream» of nvarlco?" ••Oil, no," replied Mr. Puhwuito, tliojughtfully. » f l'm not greenly by nature. - Td raorcly like to ho rich 'enough to ante u private physician wlio would play golf with im* every 'day Rttd let mo heat I lie socks off him for fctir of lotting his job." Mirrors Scarce in Japan. , la only within' a eompnrutivel.v short tliue'thuj the Japanese' IIU'VH glass 116 OccitUnitnls know It tho flrst railways were built in the couches often put their Ueuda through tho glass, log the fra»u«« «f the windows to bu empty. «nd the f«Hw«y coiniuitiU-s ut length pasted "pictures on, tin 1 glass tu call Htteutlon to tho fuel that a .solUl Bubfltitucc wtiK b«h)ud thetu. •. The miiKHOS of the J»patie»e fnduy Hfi •not know I ho mirror «s it IH lumwu in the We«t. ,The richer people have ou« mirror, itidccd, hut u«ii;jt!y tin 1 «!«•<» uned In the mirror* sold to the populace t» not (jitlcU sUivt'-ivil, lifiiifr merely *««ft' polished. Att'i'tH- eut glfltM it t» pructlctillj unUiiuW in Jai>aii, «ud gins* driuUUg cups typ «et hit W l.i II ti '• i < »i i '-..it'es. t<itlitl>, OIK- .!*!'. n .1 i iiiV p!-i» loon u.is hit in it' Ii ' ' < > '• i'Ml- t-E < time It'olH 'in i'.-.' l>. «' 'Un>_of >!•« t-'itli ;in.l ;.! ...... •" '<--I t'l,u- tlg hl« lip. • 'I'eo (in n ' ''I blllfvt lented IIH id- tit. i •!.• .' ' i .'• r Mdl •'bomb eSplotl'.l s- >. !•' "' h'U t- ontUiii.N ,ti, d '.I'u-* si .• ,i.« ln:5 fllle." I h«rt»i«' t- i! ..... '.< ' i > '' ' "' h* - liri m-.ir I,' .*•". ' ' . • 'i t ''I'tii It hi- c%| I'lu-n " i" ' ' i. • il i tio|ni..-t .\ploil*. 0,1 lu^ f i I n'l" ' Jon tint; . A «JJ|(H>J:I!, ut.tju.ii ;t -u ( 1 Jn'l" net. \v,-i-v bit t>* i n .... u •• h W4 i.t H Jit till flOI't »! i . • '• IH I' »-.M- I I'iilld Ins In 01 !'_>•• ••' , > !' '• i . m.ixhnii; !!. i ',''<< • '! • ! -!li-, il eld !-l>o1\ i .1 I • 111 '. Thre" «-K'. ... i •- >• > . "•. 'i ; ti.. ii llu'i ,. i i n i o. njL- '• - * '' I > -i i' i '. \ M'lHi'ili! u.i I , ii i i, <! I >U') WAIVED EXAMINATION Former PottmasUii- at G'lbert, III.. FJCCS Em'wOii'inn 'it .Ch>i f jc. i'hliau... Iii, .%. vt > ;•"!- e <'.»(loll, fmm-'i;. ie • .o 4 . • - «i !'•> rt, til , ( h,u", .1 v ,: I- •' .• _ ' ' "t j of-toffm- liinil- i < " ''•nh-si-,. V\;U',ed I'H'tmli. iu> n •- < '•''!»• t'. H. < ViiimK--!' i- .t M.< -"> -i ' ^••_'> '""Ii!, 'tt> Ihe wt.tli'l ,. >i > i" 1 ' "<.• i ' -i ' tn'ls <tu;llaKi bun w.'l pi- i» '1 5 »(t(!ti.'-i tndt'.V at I I. <,!!!<<> i i •• i ' d- c-r.'il .iiiitxe t .u ;. '! t • • ' . 11. .. Ii, ^> u BOSTETIIR'S Slomacli Bitters KV >! '.H i' \i:J t ' E * , 1 1 ! • • i ! ,1.1 •v~-*~J Nutrttion cio-ts ( i? not c o *.* f. v . f muc when »'*, f, tO S U C i

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