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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f 1 w l tiS TA81VS4ID pJJ fDQMI1W M83 ItI CJl 4oJJ I No 23 jt i SPRINGFIELD W mINfN CfiUNTY KENfUGKY 12 I9I6NE L I BEN JOHNSON Democratk nominee f Congress will Speakat SpringfieM SitMrdajy Oct 21st at 130 pm and IIe at 700 The Farr er Wins tt o A New York as beeir Examu1nto aifricul tural cidhi ii4ad fidsrIkrraer hoJ high schopU grAda te niciesl twice as murk ntYas thehue bois t ot+the- ftulle a tttP rmrmit ISIt rallyJ not nyc sgacf Ltd hate commlsiripp develop ltxiett J Kl OnW2J tkisi 4tellence which tin tLi wtiuie tl Boiler Plate Hot Blast log tutsShowing hot blast cbnbiuHoo I 1 cperalioa lA 1i J h r 71IL iTfi ADER1It4 rlVli f t7t I tt f f lr r I l fifpf Jf il tI tr rVOL Xfcxil i OCTOBER r y r t r r HON atMa pm Edwcatcd Aprafeisslonio fa to a m w t l is a l ia J Jt tjr t J V h Hrs Ja pretty steady relatitm s ip to educatioif is now com monly accepteds a good thifafmost every wJieireii Some commisippi tliatvd- iscover a way 1tthe hig- Ibchool t and coH e Mrad J ttest eitnticbtM ybo it all thCr facts could b developed iLwOlitl be found to Ibat the 6nrijj man who has the Lmaal1s tccQpiE an etlncatfon alsu ttikirbal t o d letfef fartiiand or arm t Modelfor t nickel body requires no tore blacking Stop the waste of fuel now up the dnburned Cole heater turns the gas part iby all other stoves warmth and D comfort for your x r orcf t ffr ctwtatyh 1Oatl I t ist mlPi ttEoccu P ttn Jih lot3 Hof doiviOj o to break ttt 1Js4ocaa- p = Lionbecauso of a aartainelu bisrei uay- r about t tic oiv iUl tii i Ptpgranfitj 1 Etlucaliona dlvienn NoI1 j winiphl iits meeting October MI 1916 at Ceoilvilla Schools lion Anal 1ay Cession Toe r cpublic lAvrtpd t Prof ColubfAuarnatipiisbowt how a nujibei of jahrssesj daily II may be reduced by alternating subj cs as civics and lhistory ferchol1if RlHgirie Thompson Wllatis Manual Traftrigand i should ItbE taught to sphool l1vtt Lena flaydjgbj hrte SohpiLof tvmorrIv ff Bernie Maltingfy Moonligh t if11rtopl i f ry Jlbiq library May Shercli TtaehtrH slu a nttt Y ga t eastiil Heiitime is was ed Rewarlst by our County Su psriritendent Miss J21li bI Shauhty Two Farms Fr Sale I I desire to sell privatav my rms situated on the St1 Rtsa1 ud Loreltp Mirnpik The ome ftyrm contains abjuttS5 crts all in grass exo ptjabptib 12 arres Has good duelling it7a aMl necessary outbuiljdinps he ocher ftrm tains aboqjb 20 acres more or llss and ghosts to 5 unty road Has small Ihouso pn it and all nocassary ou bpifdV njs MbgtJv in grass fcrernis reasonable Jas rr JJiUt veheJlud Priced Model Same heavy struciion throughout 1LI Opportunity Lifetime p Ash Pan Line Note handsome design and pro portions 4 III rrIvMughes is Elected manynay Repudiate t vits Pledge s sri United States x isC l rAlnQrjcn and IjiUitJjffi Nurotn It tetiff ii ejeeio ts ar w ov uuci d by oriatlird1 4FCwro tp F hir8 Al oilier issuesi of the cpilgn arcstrivial aid mIQot pared with this Wlmn i rH1 possible for a President ioj1t- llwiibll UUIY qji any other foreign odurur tji4j lcan rIg edgy of a prftelylcofiridji1 less rieivy their dMi lger UIQ gr ajiiir that danger iis yl trttaldeut AVHsori lperformed 11 Aeobuully jikformed ihtl ageqt f the aoc lltU Aintric su Truth Socmby JutIJ jI would feol deeply laortiU dJ ip lhvoyou or HO j body liifc yonT j 1cesi ioiiveyxhiS u ssage10 them t ThDd ft Seiety- i J au anuPx ot tlitsierman pro aganila fits jjs to rUr l t1QCAmerican Affiance it bas bye yiolerftly ajiaiust the UniNh Statot govQrttmoiit itr every dip lmnvi oo trovorsyl wUb the 0ftrm n IBinpire flioe the- began a 16 derortbe it aRtdilrr Ito simok aflid w srniUval yet it iitfjii o ih act ire Hg ioies bv5irhteb b Republican Bampui ja tnaaiMped hope tto dofaat tProhhUni Wii it if one of the Hctt 4 en whose Ssr I cites Iud enoaurttaes s T1te German drive iitsi Pcesteeot is tibtuat tfukte Iop t e1 m AII- IIifu 1IeiR t BigFctorySt SaleL Large crowds intend to visit Our Big Sale In order that you may receive Ae personal attehtibn of the factory exput II 1 r 1th4 l i I1 Medium con Xl ofa to Secure Gr rttllna we i J A 1 Hard Coal Radiant Jib magazine fLed 5 II j ff 7 3 d d money going into horne t1JyQJr QBiptoyed r irjjboil Cordially ylclcome III Cole Original Hot Blast Saving Guaranteed EvenHeat pay and Night scandalous chimney sTetnarkable aof riTruth iooderlt8tf CWI1e Early I The safest m jjst economical lland satisfactoryt heater evermade Burns hard coal crushed coke sptoaIlr slackt 1bofta sittings vq buildgives powerful y be heat requires little attentions It I COME EARLY REMEMBER THETIDATE i 1COME EARLT5C T 1I OCTOBER 18 McClure 8 Simms tAme 1 il- e 1 I a IHOItICt A r BRki Nominee fo Governor o Arkansas will address tbevoterlofthQ r attheCourfHo seino r Is Sptl gfield 7 Thur d j ftctllt- r I1tlluua AT 730 OCLOCK PM t r t I lEverybody Invited tbt m Lsig r Q A Ji IImII inau oppi sUtiwi tvthe Admiujs jiration was duo Jto the IPresidetis Tallure to protect American lrights Ph mTsk was lot g sgo d OPi etrho Gt rman l4dets are te4li itingthe J iPrIi rt cisauLautm of 11jjj uiauy allauw language ufi she Ihinois ttftats Zeitung fishch exuusiS the Taoi that Mr IHughes Po na speech ws iflVenUtd for tEhi bcnotiiioC uitt- ttt r a of Iktuyujitna ceut wjjom t the Femuetrata ptttlow pre sahas- sit i Iti t mpJitettoatarn- Whatever tI ptirstsdn eecuses P pubiican nTHy offer for vutiu r against the Prudent they cau nut shut their ISnmos to the in xurabiu meanhigt off the lJOSI1J Jont b d ftai The manner in whioci tlHj Orman campaign figiisv the Peiideut bus beau uou Jctod mabes it inevitable itiitt Gtimany ill interpret u tf ujjhos victory as a Uannan vic ICii aht IUtpmits10JfltrJUntt is buuud la rcOuguid att5aruh at1 to sea r witli U accordingly Every thuinph that Vlio organi add G rmau vuio h s watt in rti cut Auioricttn primaries bas HIOU fut owed tbr rwewed ugh ion iu Gorm4u1to favor of a ie aumpUcii of snbtnarluo warfare ll the Aiuwrt icn Okyjutt rtpuui itc heir Pre shill Ibtr Garinun xovei uin nt chn assumb that it iis safe to repuditito this pludgoiI lliai the Gvrmuu Offlgn Ofttue vita gi lOU to tlygPcayideutBei t tin will hav reasonsrloi betieviug dint the Gernmn yote holds the balance of power in Umetcttji pulttios and hut no uUiunnsiniUou ran urrivtt ex cPiS s ibis Ubsfnii lito the iriutlQaU v oluh will Inks it for CIrained that Mr Hcghes must guv rn himsalf accordingly and be a Geruian viciroyi Nomatter how niuehtio imy protest to the contrary iit will asiuinc that f lets are superibr to vord There is ofescpe from this issue Thereisitu Kscaepi from the dangkr that must confront the American popple If they de IItt tat lv pluu je thoir foruigni affairs into chos and JIdavotl Moxeruient halptusti detwocn Kovuuiberf i untl March 4 4No oople can do tip without will fully inviting wifr N6P9 ale CU do this withottti Flung their utvi puhtwl ticsn4t gVation r Nw Yurk Wo W Farm l ForSal We do5ire to sellprlvalely our fart situated on the outskirts of Labanon The iSrrn coutalnes 80 acres of wall improved land and ij known as the Taylor sarmoa farm and isroue of tIerr lust pieces of property in Mar ijJuc ont 11orfurtiler fnlt1r motion l taUon TI farmon or tpl cer Iiark t Liying Cost Has- Taken a Big Jump Wuslimgidn Oct 6 Matked iticrtase in the cot of living in shu Vn in the r inj tentfo cyof prides of foodstuffs on October Fphits of which are just bet ing recoivod at the Department 01 AjirioulturA from tueprincI pal uiurlfuLs of thu country i With flour fellintf it Pcidsi i smcJtheeatcroptJttaisi his mounted for iheaanie reason Meat pridesi continue to ad vance prices being paid producers of melts animals tih wing aJmosi a4 per cent over hati VHStpaid a year ago Butler eggs and cnVese all fl are ellint at hlghpn prices f rIthis lime of tho year thajo they were last year and beanfesbDvrb aq inercasef ui re than 70 per cent avor a year ago because ofI the short on p Onions are more than 50 per CQJIB higher and cab bilge more than 40 per cent higher larTces paid Tlo producers of form products increased 9 8 per tent during August VhLe durv ins the last eight years these v piaboutthattt month emb r uiSep began ihIthe iudev tigures of hl1sep 2lj9 pereuuG higher than they were a Tear ago Tile- Neightor Say S tit hJB isl xegular in attending chureli he istpo pious If lIE doesnt atteqd church he is ou the road to perdition If h sends his family away for the summer it is more than he can afford Ilhe dOt sn t allow them a va stinglySIf he Happens to bd successful in buditiess he achieved success uiitnirly If he doesnt bewmissed his catling v If tlie piano iis silent why dout hoy buy a playor2 If they have a payer piano it uiinoys the Avholeneighborhood- If be gives freely for charily it iis for Shots If ho doesnt he is clasped as a ti btWadI If his wife dofslier ownYetk she isI kilfiog herseU for the ftfmi 9 It she has servants she ouglt lohe wore economical II ttts clea yoijngM he led tec tfiutaUfe If haTltcesa a ripe old age rho is living beyond his limo Jua i f 11K1J1E11 r A Profitable InV s1meft j Last slirr a seal goU1 8 ivs FaroiSaud Fireside a tent yarod ndii bbor boy was giveBl1 1 cents bhii grandtimoRber- H purchased a packet of good cucumber seed 9h1bii money andgrew mice patch of puuam hers lei tlio Iota village market f IHis crop of cucumbers brought him a ittle over 6 in money ditJl1mfPlxj Witbffbt money t 1t1 boy purchased a few llttletbiug for himself aVd with the ocher 6 he purchased a ewe lamb tins spring his ewe lamb ByI grown into a mature mother slietp and she gave birth to borhase ment The motner sheep Is now wart tSlO ond the lambs are a eirch making a total value of 20 he oas earned with his 10 c ntsln a year and a half Be side he sold the wool thl spring from the mother sheep f r245 whichl ne has placed in the sad iujja bank as the beginning ofa bunk account bf his own The World ol Wheat Crop IThe world was just garnering Ia record breaking csop when tha war broke tint two years ago The succeeding year itgtiileverI- sb1y busy and did itagam TbU year there id a distinct retroce sion The wheat crop this ye r is estimated a tt 189000 bushels joss than last y ears or aboof 12 per cent This Jcinouf h to ac- Count for Jhe sharp rise in prices Most rf the worlds wheat Ionj is accounted for right here inI thj United States wbichin l about 250000 baslielv lje than 1h1015t Netroriwk tpa o 1 s larger Thin th fogq the five jMrs MMMUiMii The fact s rrta to It tiutL t iwithdrawal ot yH4 HHM p ple frosi mrdiwurf ip lf htcbC trays to ighi mK i lions end lupf I4M w Ml 1sgoosIplFli lherg re lihiy tiA y arsKiore of wcr tie authoritwif Ui Mfl think a veer jMjftp i 1 aiht require alJw peace 10 rMlMHbUb jt r erilo ills o44 i fion fBtnmiF reap re OBabllt be there will bti two y cosy tinwarafter that a 7 1t ee more of hlb pcioilaellas Pjreeide f 1V1 d I tOn the graiiidt Ford I will oaf tijiyjM berU 1916 at 10 vjfiuSq dti IJet to the lo1Sttri bIjWt- he contract to a rbwd fre ovlr jkis jflifr the tieR lkaeii Widpi a Ipn r pike oQttM NoWallti el ctin rnvert 1M Wit r irir Ii t strnctitfeyt with rnrterltafelt au r ton the vronck i G U eIJp 1 r f1 Jofflh 81J lll tn Val e1HIl1 ttfcwl im 9 4 UIKhtl eII for 1 b pb d LeAtl pM ruse s d frie dt ar cotjiialty iairitei FotcBnrat Wti rs w ob m file frot- t I1A illprOYfc1 sadinc ae home goodh tt c spletidicl exdtad toMi toss ptJfCe io o + I iT MOIN it+ t iI Ed ttp Motr i s Will address the voters f this county 1IT CAInMCanrIJIIft1o Ii Erday3r y oCtbJ i 4 f AyTi3OP- M i AND i IltP at PM0 i iiIn the interest ofthe Republican Wurty i tj 1t r tot NLWSLADRL 1 L 1t i r YIll auueT-t aupiu- l d PMMr 41 4+ iil =7r 1Ht i t catfielJ daeilzr ier- k p walia MMriwI ti laataIq- cwi OIUna t as s 1laeitielalbar Jam l wari3r- 1r iirstT otf tltM iiaseritN Milos 11917 J J Il ri FW Wrf1 d gTta B i Na1iWry Pod arm in raterilly tiisi odtcA off l uuiaVenu 0 MeCoroick M its letlotietl wad t sy They wrt dMldqbNt tAhalbatr efeela b iaterlVii iViriMtotiuB Mr M0or M IdTiud It doa o l al wordtTbsMro wrt to lrrchor with itoj 4s B sad Stcretary of lie Itfcwy Dto t tied oo IerrVd torr1Ma pf riscamg tbalidi J aol country lo aw tis poet We lacLau 11i4r Mr ldiot ana a witroa IkMHlnlid ItI P w Mt sier ioad sch prob gftajt ii ever made kslrwiwd oI aehieveieierate H te rA alMetbat Woodrow Rrf hetallflip a Habliuan botll ip pet Hf couutrj abpyt Part II raid erW4 with be fats ot AflMttos te UM lblaaoe I wouIJ notspet 4fWklW a mnwbo4 J IMM fft hg111orgyrMfiatiUr with j tioe aH pre I ibiu withouti u1itaig phatfe tr beaD Bntljcan qd a patl t that p1lta 4 e llrmlrllti and America ideat Wilson has SM lwtTJmted from the her wnn aa4 4a olatioDs of- ttienli interna tRttr De laa saved ua 4 Iriadetrial precis His do wheat policks have given new Mntttttilo legitimate enterprise preMctod the worker eaaaocipa cd the cbi drew and destroyed evik OMi were gapping tbe cour e merica He ia the i grwtteit AliterI4 an- plainWAMrfeaVJer am undivided aile iaeie t hair equal jjuatice and for tfct w Jfm of the ilnadp AJCMt feisarareall the forces fl rafMfty r sfxxjial privilege new toffet their loaded dice tail eipfoltfrsor children and- rtedy1Wi1oeIlonaiges It is titlttiflitwe Against American I r tJ f f l ra f JUckWiife I 7Mr 4Mr 3Arch Celvio and pblWree Nellie B and J R pstSUrday night and Sunday with Mr and Acre Tbomua Calvin awl attended church a Tau Sprio PUBLIC SALE p of EAUTIFqLCOUNTRYHHflMED I will offer to the highest bidder on the premises onLebanon Hill DiMondaj October r23 19i666j i AT 230 OCLOCK P M My farm of 33 12 acres with all improvements This isonei of the mot desirable homes in the county all under good news fence and one Of the best watered places in the State further partictH WALTER E1LEACHMANI CAPTi T W SIMMS Auctioneer J + j II Wl PROGRESSIVES s New Tork World 01Mr and Airs Henry Thomp son spent Sunday with Mr and yrs Dee ShewmakerIi Misses Margaret Cntsinger SundfYafternoon Mr land M s J T Pratber ot Springfield in company with Mr and Mrs Milton Qrider and two children and Mr Richard bcmgga and mother spent Sat arJay and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Lee Baxter of IawrenC- e burp rsMaTY laue Hines of Chicago 111 is visiting lit Mrs t atthis plaice Mr1 and Mrs Marion Ryan and wo childrcjn of Polin spent Saturday nighLand Sunday with Mr and Mrs Uriah Keeling and attended church at TaUiaai Springs x Mr and MrscArt Rynna and litilp daughter Ethel of White Hall Mr and MM George JHcj man and two eni dron of WI Ills llSundarll J Kaysiur and andrr t children spent Sunday with Mr thisrP lacv f Mr Gate Clark of Willgabnrg lispent Sunday with hit nephew attendei d church at lUiliau Miss Hazel Thompson SJt1ott Sunday with her cousin Miss Annie Powlerjof Willisburg Mr and Mrs A D Canev Polin spent jj Saturday with he r father Mr 3um3s Hendrixi ph here ii CtSOfflAFor 1rM Kind YoifHavi Always Eouehf Boars tits Blituaturoof I r r UneasyI About I 11nlotil fllt r f ji 411 iol ii IF l It r 1 r i t 11 1 l i iI i 1 i t 7f t IIt J c 1 1 a n HAVE PLENTY OF IT- 16c delivered I5c on tjie car- r1g fricss tess all1 ds1s 01 Seeds of 0 t j 1fJweare awjays in the marketr7 1 t B D IJKEhEi- TiIJ GQ t t I I r J CITYS VARIED HISTORY VILNA HAS LONG BEEN APLA OF IMrORTANCEI Tiede Capital of the Province of UthtP aria In the Fourteenth Century Figured In the Disastrous Campaign of Napoleon rTheesemblanceto the western eye When you have discovered that Vilna stands on a river with hills ruing above It you will find littlo more suggestion of Paris Its river tho Vlllya can hard ly bo 200 yards wide and flows through many winding gorges or de- t files densely shadowed by fir and birch The town is crowded in nary row and not too dayory streets on the slopes ot the hills and above it on the summit coifed Zumkooaya Cora or Can tie hill stand the reins pf an eight sided tower of red brick the remains ot the castle which Qedynim hand prince of Lithuania built early stn the fourteenth century when he es tablished Vilna as his Capital But Idesit hlstol1WhLithuanians may have been and i rirange are the stories in old chron is reasonably certain that far away in thb dark ages they were worshiping a sacred fire kept forever burning like the flame of the Roman Vestals at the foot of this Castle hilt Wo may thordfore assume that VII na like Chartres and man another city now forever associated with the glories and tho mysteries of the Cbrja lan faith wan a shrine of an older bud grlnkier religion long before its hills had heard the message oC Chris tianity On tLo spot whore the pagan fire flamed stands now a place like u Greet temple the Cathedral o St Stanii1 wherein la the silver coffin jjf the great Polish saint CaslmlrBnt there la a sanctuary In Vilna more honored Above the old town gate rear the railway station there is a chapel which possesses an image of the Virgin farfamed tot miracles jou may see the street below full of tanks of worshipers kneeling and roucWng in prayer Catholics of the tatfc and of the Greek church units Iti their faith In he Virgin of the Oa tra Urania chapel Vilna tho headquarters of the goy ernor general of too Lithuanian provo laces and of an army corps It Is an Important educational center It ha I largo trade in timber and grain At tho present time its population ma be estimated at 260000 people But Its chief importance is neither admin tstratlvo nor commercial It stands at the junction of the railways from Berlin and Warsaw to Petrograd that a it is one pf the greatest centers ol communication In Russia from the German frontier it is 120 miles die ant from Petrograd more than 400 tom Warsaw It Is 257 mites But these railways though the most ln portd jjaret sent tho Only lines whlcl converge on VSrta It is connected b lino running southeast through Minsk with Kletf and the great resources of southern Russia while yet another branch gives communication b due south with the fortress of Brest Litovnlc and the Pripot valley and ftpvno Through Minsk on the south eastern line runs the railway whioi by way of Smolensk reaches Hoscpw It was Vilna which Nnnoleon chose as hoI advanced base his famoui invasion ot Russia He secured titn line of the Niemen and made Vllnn the strategic center of ibh Frencli forces When he advanced he leftt Hurat in command of his magazines and hospitals TJio greatest of French leaders of cavalry emsJln odd and Inozplicabld choice for such a post Nor did Murat who might have don e ouch for the advance and something for tho retreat distinguish himself It thQ base lIlt loon when tho dts Aster of Moscow was known pillage the stores and left behind 20000 sick Ofand wqunded as1 5UOOOOO francs N rpoison bad jun away from tho place Whoarthe Russian came back twelve days later they found In one hospital alone 7600 dead tadlqs piled like pigs of lead ono above the other Wrens Wont Work St Stephens Coleman street 4on England where n memorial tablet to parishioners who have fallen lit the front has Just been unveiledt was once unkindly called the poor StowIl orig was h when they were banished A relic bli tho old church remains over the get way where a high reliof reprosonta tlon of tho last judgment raroly noticed by passersby Is ono of the quaintest specimens of ancient art iin London Dofoe gives great praise to John Hayward undorscxton of tbl church who stuck to his post durliu tho plague burled all the dead fro this then populous parish and nave Sad the distemper The present rCSl- ot St Stephensi is the novelist wha writes rnder the pen name of Morio flerurd Solencu and Nature One great feature of the nineteenth century Tom 1860 onwards was the extraordinary progress of science and the interpretation of nature Everywhere it was discovered that by keeping close to the sphere of re ality bjr seeking understand natur we score abjo to make largo not only in knowledge but also In thft otIItf science won successes lnlho tollectual sphere they were y adapted to the uses of mankind and the conquest over mature meant not only definite mental acquliIUen but larger material comfort Thus the keynote of the tltJlft wai natnrallm in thoU ht and utlUtarlaa dm IB moral and social life NOT TO exCTEo It la useless to appeal to the women who will ifear thoae high heeled shoes rWell cotfld hardly expecl them to come out flatfooted for rform A KEY TO SUCCESSI Dyer flow did Lltely overcome Gotrox objection to him as a so a ialavByer He taught him a new tpr rLI a- e wI I T0 Automoblle WD fS Have the Carbon removed from your motor I by Oxygen Process the Process that does notrequire the motor taken down and the most perfect system for removing carbon V IV i Auto Repairing of aJlKinfi3llV I Auto accessories Oils and Gasoline Agent for tk IIpiIilk = rMileageTires and Tubes Trouble car at your comiuiid at al IICtimes night and day Phne138 Wand 138J Springfield aragei- F 1 W BAUMBAUER JProp Main St FREE AIR DRIVE IN Spnngfield Kx l LAPS KNOW NO PROFANITY t Their Language Contains No Swear words Unfortunately So Com monin the West The Jay Is always polite but once in A while ho slips from grace and when he does he is up against It fahereare no swearwords in the Japanese language says a writer in Leslies Weekly When a Japanese meets you he bows three limes and takes off his hat but dtes not shake hands When he greets you his first concern is bout your ancestors and next about Tour stomach It would be almost an open insult for one Japanese to meet another without asking him how tomacfi fareft On the third b q w hlaI asks This morning howls It your honorable mauler As witIIup on your third bow you tho effect that the place doing as well as could be expected and in turn ask him what news heIhas from the front Then be lifts hat again and says Your delightful head this morning I hope It have PO commotion When you tell him that you are pleased to report that It feels well this morning ha asks about a row generations of honorable andes tore and then you are free to take the weather upI Even though they are elaborated polite once in a while one Japanese will get mad at another Their linger kindles slowly at first finally fanning to 5blaze that knows no staying But pfD though there Js a torrent of ems lion aeethin in his soul there als no words to give it vent keeps purging harder and harder until K throw side all restraint aid glass up all dea ot decency by putting Into one pfcraio all hIs bitterness and 1Inapplng squarely into the other mans aston Jphed face the worst thing that can be said in the whole language Your stomach is not on straightThis is the flail insult nothing more can be addedhe has castthe glove There Is nothing left for him to do but to give his enemy a cutting loqkvturn on his heel and haughtily clap clap aWA- n his wooden shoeiS MOREdarHeld That Negro Minstrel Companies Will Bo Only Memory Before Many Years Of rll the varied and manifold kinds of theatrical entertainment negro min trelay is the one Which Is absolutely native to these sues and which could not have come Into existence any wdrldrHere In America alone has tho trans plapted African been brought late In tlmate contact with the transplanted European Other nations may have disputed our claim to theUnyentlon of tho steamboat and the telegraph but nogrd minstrelsy is as Indisputably due to American Inventiveness as tbs Unitedihero it expanded and flourished for loan years from horn It was export od to Great Britain where It estab fished itself for many seasons from byre it made sporadic excursions Into franco and into Germany and hern at last it has fallen Into decline and a degeneracy and a decay which seem to doom it to a speedy extinction Its life was little longer than that fouchsnfad to man threescore and ten for It was born In thelel11oI decade of the nineteenth IIn the second decade of the tVren Ueth it lingers superfluous on thejstage with none to do It reverence Tim was xhen the nepro minstrels isia possession of three or tour then ters in tho single city ot Now York and whop a dozen or more troupes were traveling from town to town and now tiles have long ago surren doted their last hall in the metropolis eand only two or throe rnmpanlysv tad their lonely Way from theater to rhea tar throughout Uib United States The tow surviving practitioners of the art are reduced to the presentation or1 nOyler interludes in variety shows or to ttbeolJdevourlngI of sparse negro occa asfonnl comedies Tho Sltld ore Guards who paraded so gayly at Hat rtgan and Harts aro disbanded now these many years Johnny Wild of Joyous memory is no more Swetnana bereft of his fellowsandI sable drollery Is seen only In a chnpce comedy like Excuse Met or the County Chairman George Christy And Dan Emmott and Dan Bryant have gonia and left only fading memo bsties of their breezy jongs their aim Me dances and their flippant quips Brnnder + Matthew in Scrlbnerl Magazine LThe Blockhead Sergeant Now then dont yjpu know how to hbld a rifle Recruit Ive run a splinter In my finger youdoseyour aoV I suppose IWindsor MagKdno TMGaflatnatllwhy rnLks your X Coot pia Lutr Save 2500 this from yqur forfnet coal bills iy heating valuable gas half of your fuel wasted b5 i This valuable half ofyour coal saved apcldi mrilw into heat only by a t Coles pnginal Hjkhaifofyoarfueiisailheld air tight constrnetloa Not a partlcl- eofthegsiallgwedto escape up the chimney It It hen completely burned and utilised ton heaUnC ColesFuelSaving Hot BlaotDraftI etaStove tt tnany Joints allowing the gae to escape unused w toaveKrdraft ate rwlburner to renal Sntas t II heW l1eMIcs M iJlIe r 1 I rrMcCittrel I Sininis f i oi a J Those of Middle ASWhen you have found no remedy for the honor that oppress you duringchange of life whe tliroiigh tfee ioof hours of the day it seems as though your b fcrouW breisJc when your headaches cohstitntl youre cU4 presseda1d suffer from those dreadful baring down plow Conlilpotriselisof women safely through this critical period Read what these three women say i I I v From Mrs Horntinj Buffed K Y BOTTATO N YIam writing to let you bOW how jMA Wfcr medicine hits done for me I failed terribly durinytsa- nd Jie summer and every one remarked about my Mpporaaei I eui fered from a female trouble anti always had pine Mr1 bel litappetite and at times was very weak I was visitingat a friends house one dayand she tboeghi Lydia E Pmkhams Vegetable Comported Itook it and be eight pounds have good appetite and pnft4tli batter e IiiWiff reeeteiisitPi t wish and I hope otherS who have the same iI twir4 t flStantonMade Me Well and Strong ACEDON NYI was aU rtrn dqYn lvery this fit Torts no appetite could not an was weak aix1 Mt a t the time rho doctors said Irad poor errd what Jturning to water I took differontm cdloiIi1which dH bats lydia E IJinkliams Vgetabb OompooM isi4r aw Mstrong and I am otumendinS Tt tQ my CHACE R No 2 Jilocbdon NY a The Chajifce of Life 1MbMCbm htbedrestored me to cct heal anti IDl for tM baoait tot other women who suffer as I did13W S IHoaMt Xe 1Beltsville Ma o For 90 ears Lydia B plnkhams TapeidHe ompouHd Las been tlrti andard rem dyforf WQudoea ttJaeWrite toLYxl Erl JYI D CIJ1ca1 CON FlllllrIT1AL11iPlidi 1SS IhlRttdvtee aaseewealeabycrtie Daily EvfinmsrPoit andNew- Leaded both one yea r X350 C jor t WJ C MUDDi- ft j jI 1ct ud tola 1 Officefl srs J1 p Over Hy4Dr IoYL- OR ft if HYATT See oyer vBfrMti ld State ank Ofiot JMNM 1010 a n l2ni4t 5pL I 1 W FtG IQBYI TTOYATLAW0Se tiiir f s twLu KY- t I F TRIJSrY- DENTISTOffice vsr BaT fc Barber ent work atsonab1e pric 11aegnbMJ DORSET ft DORSET LAWYERS Lui1k- 10 ears experience Xouis ar Special attention to ECIAL TO WOMEN mot IIUkt eIMHblg ud germicidal aL aatlMtIcM Ii- o1vb1 Aathplt Powder I disovdwMsr U ILAk mdidaal aatisJspUc for douche n trtatlac paiarrfci 1mmUoor kiearatioa of rtfcroat and that us 4 hy fraoOtefe Ussltaasmo rail tor tea reara the Lydia E plakham ledlclne Cobs rtepsaBMadedPaztlQe n their j riiate jorr poadeBce with omen irhl k proTM 1U fap riorltjr urDtrtlhobay Hen cared say s jvrofilt IW weight in Oid At- is S0c large t x or by mafl r huto It UHiter t urrepreeelble ha- eezt indite his jokes on tombstones A4 epitaph la WlaaK Abbey la formi ug Last Mr Jaaiee Fullertoa dtod fuller ot JaJfc taaa lean fuller of reeetatteew taaa ot pains tuMor of aia r heei ef days There Is aaeilur ef Denial Tears Thxioch atraace yet true full sev eotr years waa kit wife happy vHk Wr TeisAhU aa written ofi aa J nitHere lies tM blewa out of jbrcita Who iliad a merry life and d1aMiUMltJa Another says Here lies Thomai 4Jod4Js ton reds dont smile but reflect this tombstone you view that Beata who killed him In a very shOrt white wlU huddle a stons uppa u UJ ferJlrfHlieraof War Austria kaadlKoTeIedsc1enun M forWIonefso war Doctor Poch profeeeor of antaropolo y ana cthnoV ogy at tMUaivnIty of Vtelma iav en cnuite tie sum ot 800 by thfs Temmont iQ coaduct anthropological retearchea among the captives of Austrian arms He vjll measrra their kulln tabulate the color of Aalr and yesj collect data as to dlalectand Mherwlte auBject these human sped Bens to the scientific onceVer nady tlotefl repeated The good doe for ii saW to be vrtldly euthuslostle fiver the prospect of so largo and va a collection othuman material Inrestlgatloo fred Hutel Was a Corpse en H L Burr went to his grist near Balltf Mill he found lean fSogainsi the door what he nt first ippoeedTFas a tired hunter who had opped to reet WJa en be case closer ho found Jt U the body of H Franklin Spotts hail by all Indications placed tile oul of a shotgun In his mouth and ti d the trigger with his fooW blow IBS out ate brains Wllllajasyert PaJ Dtes tkb PhUaaslBhia laialrer Mew Iuleiavra- That v bullets aelther whine hlM html hums nor whisper acvellBts to 110 contrary notwithstanding la Infor fcatlon lireaby Mr Edward C Cross- satan la Outiif With one possible ex eepUoa wb a la certain conditions g pen coaatry wodern military bullets hiss to tbeee etaadlng back or the Ar leg line BethlBg is audible except a harp crack of air etetlng around the ballets bass when It trvejsat high peid At a Velocity of l60feet a seconds or wore the noise is like Tothihir so Much asa long and Terj whip1Thiriftehear the bullets crack and later the dull thudding noise of the rifle It self wbkh has been ntspeeded Jack i iXfldon juykes a soldier hit atl range Ant heat the sound of the era p10 aa4 tbeo ted the blow of ballet Mt ts bullet woald hays lled bha balf j s cd before tbi 1d froro rf1Ih1MCW I if f Son 2LMoIJ Fultzr s ed wbeat and esdJohnVri y B Vrtht 4e1ofl X1 I I TOWN7 r iiViWinWri Local appnIs r Interns The freshest and Latest 5 AHAMtit Yciirceir FrUnd is ami Acquaintances Pn NUDI For SalePure Appfe Vinegar r Mrs E 6Walker INex Mondaywliibe the reI 01 QallrIterlyConrt You have no trouble in get ing repairs for any siove sold by leu BarbatEd Save money Farm lOans at t per cent See Brown Kid Well Springfield Ky Phone ilB5 W Marrage licss issued this we k to Qofden Ohess and Mrs Eiiai In man of the Bockbridga neighborhood r rjwr carryIn stock repairs for all 1toves we aoll Edelen Barbert Hen TasP Edwards of Lou tEvi1le will address the voters of Washington county at the Cout lheirieReverend Father aJHerinessy announced abdjwhat Father Hipleyfof the Dominican Order will KlVPtt the Mission at this place ne t week See us before taijifag Y uII cooking or heatin stove We handle the old reliable Arizona line Edelen Barber Hon W E Andrews of Ne IItbislast Saturday ia the interest of the Republican pitty We will have a beautiful Jduplay of waist froth Sell ioaas every Friday ridSat day Prices Most reason ble V Watheni Blintord John jreland was tried before jury in Judge Yankees court sti Saturdav morning on a harga of breach of the peace lleged to have been committed ant September whenit was si eged be assauled cursed and based one Lloyd Yates The ury found 4he defendant not juilty The Four hOingskmoli- sttlct ill meat Eunetona1 at Hudg AS CIUtiOUI Oih apd 2lt of tuis month This meeting la welt worth while as there are always addresses de livered by the best posted pee pie on Educational subjects The teachers of the coutry should a vail themselves of this oppo rtunity to hear the best in their profession The first football acctdent of the stasoi was that which beiell Booker Noelast Saturdav iin tht game of ourboysagtunstJ Bloom field Tne game was drawing 10 a close with the SprlDtield boys tar in the lead and just as the last run was beingi made Booker Stepped in a hole in the ground straining his ankle and just as this happened some one on the opposite sicle tackli d him throw ing him and breatin4 th lower third of the small bone Ins lItg He was giVen first aid by Bluomfield physicians and xvas later broaghbhome wh re ht iis being treated by DrJ Hyatt and progressing nijgely lis Thanksgiving Sale j The ladies of the Presby tomn Ij church of Springfield wish to announce their aimaalsalu ofri cakes dressed liens svryII etc Also fancy work of work off everv description Von Wednesday before Thanksgiving Dpnt forget the date Novembar 29th l l Gets New Trial 4 Frankfort Ky Oct C Thfc Court of Appeals today reversed the Marion Circuit Court in tiitt TOPICS IIL- tDJInnnnhIrtiRnnIx J flIt cafe of Don McLain convict l ort kUlmg Sam GibbenS and sen tejpced to serve from ten to 21 years The case wus reversed for error in refusing to admit ifseffdefenso When it comes toa Malleable wchallenge the world j Edelen Barber Breaks Wrist 0El While crankjng an automobile ptldngSimms r ceivtj a broken wrist When he turned the crank it rebounded twisting life arm and inflicting the injury At present he is progressing very welll Returns T are I y IMrI returned here where he will taliCI up the practice of law with histt father Mr W 0 McCbord Jack iisjvell qualified for the ordfesaibhi having graduated from rvardand since being In Louisville was attorney foril We Mens Fedat2ondt Real Estate Chauge c l 5 This we4k bas witnasspd W cbangc of important real estate in the Springfield vic1ty1r ISE Mayes haying sold his home toMr T J Miller The residence is very desirable prop erty and one of the best located homes in the cocnty Thdresj dt is otIargbrick mansi iuof the colonial style jwhich bus abUt it a certain element of rairdeur MarcurrxDurrett RovE L Mitchell officiated at the wedding of ilr EL G MatcUm to Miss Grace Durrett Tuesday i BerVyPmirott j v Rev R EOLawson bffici i f JOtIi of Mr and Mrs Toney HerronI and is a paperhanger and painter by trade The btride is a daughter of Mr George Parr tt and is well known inthe Qouhty ShaderGarrico 7Quite a pretty wedding llast Tuesday afternoon was ha of Mr Lee Carsiuo to lMuss Ger triide Shatter Thr attendants otirC Shader Jr nephew of the th bride Just befere the bridul partY entered Mr nE Edeea saiig Ave Maria and Miss Katie Cain rendered the wedding march The groom is a son of Mr and Mrs R Jr Giirrjoo and is an lA dusLrioua ycung farmyr highly ragardtd by everybody while the bride who is a daughter oti atitractive l well Iraewn to the pubio having 4ograp1irj Ij wtlesido tnjSpriiigfibtdi i Jenkins L i Itljri Itljj Royaltylil RovalthS e vad39yersoi 4 i rage and a uomay highly regard d bv a large circlu offrrant8 llt1 whom ebb ill tie mueim SSe eli In 1897 sh was uniitdin1 rnnr JevinsIL who with one child su1vieatAtJ the lime of thempttters death ihecliild who s 12 yearsotd was aso ill with the sain 4 disease She was a tine chrisiuw ohariic ur and united witij Vll Bethel church when she vr 1CY ir of age Fun ralIitt uu buriall were conducted HtB rO- ils Monday i 4 Powell t Mr JJIPowelldied at his hiome at Mackvillo JastThuis thy after an illness of severaP years Abput ten yarns ago tie wastbevlctim of an accident a wagon having run over him After tIlls henever folly rec v ered and the Jailer ypars of his life he was invalid HeHas sou of the late tump4PowellaI and was about 5p years of age Funeral services were conducted at the MetnddistchureU at Mack bllriallWIiS brothIlPowell and two terfJMrs Wood Isham aiid Miss Elina oeth Powell Notice To 1eacileis- Several teachers Ifaro sent in monthly reports without signa ure of Chairman pf their Edu caL onal Division No salary will be paid any teacher until report is signed by Chairman For benefit of teachers not know iag address of Chairman ad ress are given blow Edu stiot4t Division No 1R A Mclntire Springfield Ey No No 2 S P Thompson Springneld Ky rr 3 No 3 Eveivtt Scruggs WiPisburg K r 1 No 4 Joe Bcrrfbjead Ta ihimijprincs Ky1 No1 5 HW Arnold Alackvilla KNclO J R Claybrooke SprnKtieid jKy Enclose a stamp4i envel ope addresse to mq4id your cntirmon will mail toj4j0 imme diately l Re4pfl 1ilaD Sb4tty itiJP Noiicelui j iiFAll persons holding claims agafnst the estate of il n Ed wards deed are 1ierJi nut tied to present ram properly proven to the undersigned on or before November 1st 1916 ROBERT IfoE Ailair PER ON tr Irv r Hugh MeElroy jahdf iSr 1cElrytKaswJ J tyMo are the guestof relHtiirb herq Miss Hilda Miller ftOI- iii4 the guest of li8SM Wa- kmr JIJIb1 Mr O Hainan o was here Tuesday on s II BQnT W S Clntnynl o LouisviKe spent JfromfSaturda until Monday here 71issqMarilatadd Cather inn Greene of Louisvillu are visiting iyliss MargAretiShudur Mr WF Grigsby was in Louisville yesterday Mrs Lou Rohertjbii enter tannd at cards Tuesdiiyj Miss MeagheVi jot Lomsvllle is the guest of M rar Wiuiam Waters Jr Mr Jaclc McGhordj o4Louis villa 13 Uijgujest Of ills pnrenu hero Mrs G C Wh arton whs cap ff11lrl Mrs LeMotto 5paldng an Mrs Gfrcene cf Lebauo i Vere the guests at Mrs RJr Eae len lust week iMs Nannje Simaiilias returned homju ftr a visit to her daughter Mrs Frank I Ian ford at Pewee ValleIMrs WUllStUes of l xlalowa pent several days with be4 sister Mrs RHEdlei Mrs KeatiJSl home from a Burt1lown dCiharturner 1Mis Jennie turned home a f relatives hi Louisville iTaxes Must Be Pid By iEe member 1 st After that dajte the Penalty JS Will be added to allunpaid Tax d1s NoandoPay Save the Penalty H R EDDLEMAN V C iT i tii- II 1FIQTAKEU I riIi I Iforvl OLD PRiCEStf i v Iiia Fi t r Z The manufacturers and Jobbers are now daily advancing piJceL e selling most merchandise on hand at practically OLD PRICES ri areII will offer this oppprtunity to stve money I tJtt t I FOR NEXT 10 pAYS t I WI Dbnt put it off Buy early and get advantage of our P Ii I iSPECIAL LOW PRIOES f r i Suits Ladies and Childrens Coats Mens Suits and Overcoats Ladies u IILadies 10 and Mens Shnes TJand all kinds of Dry Goods L t 9I 4C NO TROUBLE SHOW GOODS AT OUR STORE 11HEROBERT80tlI GLYBROOKE GO 7 i i i Incorporated t i5I Ia U sIJj 0Jtti r= = = Mr JJ R Montgomery spenISiturday and Sunday in ville MIssNqlhie SPmms is Center Muiing at cards this af te rncon QUICK CHANGES OF LEVEL Uiko In Eastern Washington That Causes Trouble to the Residents AUinfl Its Borders A subscriber who was interested iu the Companions accounfia lake in Italy that rises and falls ina singular and unexplained way has sent us some equally strange facts about a lake in eastern Washington The town of Kahlotua is huflt on the shores of the lake and since it was Once nearly submerged by one of the lakes sudden changes in level a dike am or twelve feet high has been built Jo protect the houses against another catastrophe The lake is normally a quarter of i mile wide and a mile and a half ong but at tinie3rthe water fulls so far that the lake iis nardly 150 yards wide The fall Ii always sudden and so is the rise thai eventually fol lows Only one small stream enter the lake and there iis no visible outlet but thfe water is alway fresh When the railway was built through Kuhlotus the workmen tried to carry the tracks across the lake on an em bankment but the sand was swal lowed up almost as fast as jt i8poured in A ditch WItS then dug to cary off the water though a tunnel Into a nearby canyon Half way ttiuoagh the tunnel the water found a crevice and disappeared into the earth Where it comes to the surface again no one knows Our correspondent odds that on a ranch near the town of Kahlotua there isa deep well the water of twoJweeks rushes up geyscrlike to a Height of several feet above the uround Youths Companion- Klttjnen Caoinet Too Hardy The kitchen cabinet must bo unIt- arily made so as to exclude mice and vermin of all kinds write Lionel Robertson and T C ODonnell In Good Ream Carelessly used however the kitchen cabinet is bpen to this obJec- tion that It iIs too convenient That Is to 8ay its various ijrawers and recep tacles are apt to Become a catchall in which will be thrown a ban of Btrtog and a nutmeg or two and a box of reothplcks and any number of other odds and ends It is seldom cleaned with the result that dirt accumulates and the real end of the cabinet health tulness Is defeated Every partor tho cabinet should be given thorough tad frequent clcanalnf United States Gold The actual amount of gold in the United States at tho present time la estimated at somewhat over 2000 TKSi frcasur statement of most recent tlatb showed gold dopos ited In tho United States treasury of 1443000000 rhllo tbo tpocie In na tional banks la probably moro According to the last report the gold In tho Bank of England was 335000000 In the Hank of Franco 87500 Q60 In the nan of Germany 002000000 fn the Bank of RussIa 825000000 Bank of AustriaHun gary 255000000 the flank of Italy 225000000 and tho Bank of Belgium 75000000J beao Man Drives Horses WhllQ John G Gcrritsen sat dto44 but bolt upright on tho wagon seat the lax reins honglngr between his stiffening fingers his team of horses travel i safely for more than two miles the winding ynlle road at the root of Garret monnln from Lodi to Richfield N JIGerrltsen sixtyseven years old ol 841 Passaic ayenae Lodi was one ot the largest cohttutfjors In that vfcln Ity coma ysara ago He started to drive from his home to the Marley tone quarry at Rlchfleld Often his team has passed over the corAl to the quarry At the familiar end of the Journey the horses stopped w Albert h tdslfTwhh red Saga Sci tidy rd IIIIPrlnrfl IJrwithipontamoistner tin cryitalglatt umJndpound heap fondition thftobacca ia such to Retire tFiak t p r5S5IjOpCcoSIs FORSM0KERJNEITPI- PROCESDlSCOiEREDl- AK1IG EXFERIMENTST- 0it RODUCE TIE OS1D UCHTFULAND WHoLEI coMEToBAtcOFcIG TEAh1DFISMOKE 1RQCESSPTE1TE DOES NDTBIIE1HETGU- iii iiIj1IIi 0 RINEE IITime iSirJULY3Oi9OII JI national x30 f Ilot Y t PApitsewjsyinto r tjfr t I i Ieosmokinj fk lLtlij may 1ift1 r1 I be11OandmsecSfeel old enough to vote bjit itof 6SC tainsure youU not r the atdI r contentment of a iii t friendly od jimmy r1 pipeof hand rolled IiIfcigarette utness you get oh ricrtc11WI fa with Prince Albert tobacco t P4comes ito you with ajeal reason for aM thett f goodness and satisfaction it offers It m rrwkk bjr a patented process that removes iteand parch I tYou can smoke it llong and hard without a come back Prince Albert has alwayalbeen sett wjthoot coupons or jremiunis We prefer to give qfcMtirl Prince Albert affords the keenest pipe and dfaraCtt t enjoyment And that flavor and ragraoc mad coolness is as good as that sounds PA Mt answers the universal demand for tobaoo without bite parch or kickbackf Introduction to Prince Albert isnt any bafdtc than to walk into the nearest place that Mftft tobccco an4jask forCIa supply oC P A i You jwjr out a little Change to be sure b tits tbt cfaMf t fullest investment you eyer made I 1r 1Jtne fry snipke LBERTLI ti 1R X Reynojdt Tobacco Co Wn tonSJn R t Copjrifkt 1I1iy LYyaJ TrtaiM Ce fi j ij liS I+ ff i 5 tCompare Jit These Prices lft of Fisk Gr 27 Norikidwith the plain tre cT1 j istyles of several other standard mak t I Ir f3 r 1040 31x30 1340 04x33 2200 S know joy 41x35 a 4ix3 31Iil5x37 Vt Then you will begin to understand Fisk users considete wK1I I IIQTheBestTireBuyontheMarket ISyear Fisk Tires are roafenf eatir loikaf ttqapli filthan ever before Fisk Service atm than 123 DIv jjjRsk Branches qealer and tire u er IiaJIe 4promptest nUent m ana eetvJce Tt Fk Jit ganization is theTmoist c tedurij 11 4 twhole country 4 Hagn Brps Agents JFiskardc lti MOre Tarr 124 Cils a I t 4 Jp ftft Yl1 J ND BYPRODUCT OF YALAJ J CMM Are Hew Frufa s s FroicPU f r R II 0 theYi It 4N1 procMM that aii way are bcMc sfI iub k ftlu of wt t ouiIId a loAiCIIDI M aiwiIat K UM pripanr iraoet I1 r Iag- s1 ItJ aN ufRs acI uu 2ac-1pE useUsa a 1QU k ttths tkyosjt IHIbi or CUM d IJt JLT1I UM a I1tdd iMt J MS4 fMlsa If mil r cerlci wp thwt4spth 101 wWck the- tIMIIa Mt IMV iU wto kkkdtryii tcI t jteIIs e a r QwJ blI tit wid IM ii M NnIII tk 4iii ta thin rd 4 witk p troleuai Ws iltrrtkm thtoub y jj Made tW HoCl t t ay s UliiL s 4V twwtod ft tsiUim the sugar kMs s4 whIte er asb1u m ap- aesI1 M 1Ifta j tktsit4 Ths SIM atMai1 t of i a aU1ctty lo jmtitr UM kbit III rs tOF tHE BIBLE t t eAtt ef PIlkI11Ii AIufr Mtay ryjjU X + t LJaUt9JIIIIOM k K ft traM aS pertsa- I W I drga11- arot4acooL eesattot who ai1 a 7S 3 BL Loa6I Me f rortc Iwrcld 4tepah1IcIty worwereaot aNl Waer S tb fM IMWS of thr it kM tfM men It 1f1 put It ku co- ny1L tW thne WUted iOOOOO 11 thaewspaperi wants 100000 t ta cawpe it rings p mli it S11Rt1a7 Mijrwis wrote tw jll ths- ifIiiI p MML KrWIlliams pMfs4 Mas ilt tJttitetJt editor psly ud the btI benchstat r hi wIid I could HU m- aalitS tern MirtrUMC sM s1tIiit poI tAot r tct t v XMC Tick dty Jwving tb rfE tcfeiihono compan r S vttat1 ittt p troB8 inay learn t twtiIkeat telephone syate is to be sane e wJti apparatus rh- enE MM do aot know that ios xot Cfepoad promptlj tKTthiy to attract her at f is to Wre fre receiver hook j TCry 3i k ogt e fort 1 IeSOtorgoc8 raoziat- lamp hook ent teemig at ji t Icphom when nhe la Jf ft yaJ at otSV tlin too pl MfUjr Jprtn aa Insight Into anrf iuerilous cranky t eeL the phooaiC iBiKf jhould have et UM iMpk framed over IIMaa4L s P c T ksns 1srka JMwUfnl hospital story v ZI William ol1ers n- J o With OurF1ghtinJ f fA cokmerg wife was making I at a military wardswhen she ibJMJa wowmded soldier toying with a1JMaetJwelI ak1I to tka aeMier h pPi ttMt oi that yoklllbd JiMIr t We wr 4it1et1yl respOHded the illMiL nfwag iit1stBat Jar SM4IM telstty Bfafe Be Vttk II ejwfa lid wowad and hlpedln l rs aiUetiiiu terrible 1 was losltf f s e BOO tw tra t la erarl mp to mYlerbuilj j awiM slc aad he did fsr 3fawthlB of coors twi tk34w zOGcx t v 1th JIII M a word a rr eo iiisjMt cein M S th IiIM tBlhtt t I Ws7 IC botit IM him x j aM JI4 1IIIdJei1Iaskut o 1Ii1IIa hmaQYeeki Co Git Trail a Orftrw klUt o1JIbtit I1 wI dSYtMb iI sti118 Mi aM IfH 4 trbmsM1k aeMti L41I a M hUiJ1te wta a awar b twedaiaadi a WNt tJp pilIAIp J as a ii the ei ip fWC thW l a eo ssortsr QaMrwak St r y ba Mt busy eM Ia I few tki Ia puIu that h4 eeii 4 t give tIM afr Ifa le8 tteM titan felt to teL tfc psenrs had all fle to s ne- och and the beei Mllltbe Sort frlODe time Finally the eouor put tan a pair of floras lUea diMB late J the car and raiatni tile window toaaedb the box ex bees out Into the jdfhtj put act before he had been earby a 1aIs ct t tJ1 n Pi cnru4neidspert1haWftlNy s R d WitH Interest M JI 5 s rfcoqmlssloHersf at Grjaatf fcrfcate have jut punished pelr an t suit report for the year J8dlnrMaJCl4 IfjX Tfce increase ot persona who w t Tecelvftf under sentence dorliig f lira war year of 19115 fa another tint employment is the great curs fir crime The total number of QftOBS convicted amounted OOo111r 114283 including debtors and those eeLtUed by courtsmartial a de wease of3T320al compared with the rear ofll314 and the lowjfcst tttmv IMT of cpBVictlons on ranl Tha freater jart of tlilfltl ecrefcW Is at tributed to clrcumstances Sibmiected with the war Enllstkienl has given amlorme t to macy tItt the habitual r petty offender thetestrlcted 1ours for the gate of intoxicants baa in ipubtedly decreased the taaaoUnt oL ar1 while Ute jjtfcat Demand for wellpaid labor has given fciaploymeut to thefmany A short time after the OUtbreak of tar war ordert wore issued whereby maay of tae prlscnera who hVd pre Vtoafy served in the army real lowed remission of sentence on rocora mendatjon ot the military authorities with a tfew to rejoining their conj panics There have been over 34 lamateq released for this purpose The report alio skates that drunken ReM atnoBff WPmei has decreased I percent r rTwentytwohlledlla edncaflonal Institutions in iho United States last year And they required 700000 teachers tit wEom 65GOQO were ip public schools to guide them in the paths of learning About in apiece as whf1tcost- adve them u year ot schooling Compared with omo of our other expenses U a nation pubUc schpols seem te-a decidedly inexpensive hobby They cost lee thanoBQhaIfot the nations expenditure iot alcoholic 1lqupUaud their pens isf 1300000000 less than that of running the federal govern mentEren for admisSion to themov leswespend a third of what the schools require Jfeasur d in terms of products pi the sqilhoThiIted States spout a Uttja moro for education than tho ralue of its wheat crop and less than half the value of the annual fadnrest if corn What the ultiraato value of the educational harvpst will be la another questlonHNa York lade pendent I ICol Shower Deluges Workmen employed i1J the ditch ol tile Rogud River Canal company set off a charge of dynunite under a stUmp and then the air was filled with dollars arid half dollars The blast ncbvered a money cache that had pparently been burled there since tho early sixties Most of the pIns were of the mintage of the fifties and when the fall of coin began there was a wild scramble for it The cache contained about 500 according to some others placed the amount as high as 2500 Some Spanish coins were found among the United States coins How tho money came to be beneath Jiia tump or why or when is a mystery Ashland Ore Dispatch to Los An lea Times CRY WAS NOT SYMPATHETIC Whlmpertno Urchin Was Distressed Because It Was Hla Banana Old Gentleman Slipped oiv Bcohoo boQhoo Some ne in distress thought the kindly lady- Booboo boohoo DbohooOKJ She hurried forward to the scene of the catastrophe and was touched to find a little lad crying over the mis fortune pf an elderly geutlemanwbo had slipped on a banana and was still sitting on it collecting his scattered faculties together Good jfrttle boyi she exclaimed patting hint on the back Im ad you feel sorry for the poor gentleman and didnt laugh when he fell down hat hurt himself But you must try and dry your tear dear he lant badly hurt No lib aint boohooKvo wuss luck replied the whimpering urchin vindictively I wish e was It was my banana he did it nniWe01411- Celezrpi Getting Ever cOiA young won employedln aLa fayette bank in acknowledging a courtesy shown by an Indianapolis young man who lives at the 5J JL C A Inclosed a check for five centa onlyfor payment foi servlceias er rand boy She remarked to tho young mans sister that he wouldnt hav- ethenrvetocasblt The young man enjoys a joke sacS when tho check is returned to the La layette bank it will J oar In addition to th stamp of several banks a list oj indorsements which will show it had done duty as a e1rculatlnInediumL among the young friends lrIo young man is looking forward to what will happen among the young womans friends afthe La fayette bank when the cbcofcis pre PIlDlent1ndfJUlapoJiJj V r A PartinShotS frjictieiftY4 I ilonL tliInlnnw the slangy youth IlS he 11gteirLfreshc- lgaretto 1 No of course you aont she ro torted Thats what is the matter thr naJorltT 4f voort Not Always What Theyi4l eesm Tony Mid a British o ll erlOhlltbldfe servant Vsomethlnff tells m- othateha1l lever come back alive I seem to have a presentiment that wayThen take ao heed of it sir rp the servant Them prescntl frauds A cousin of mine lhCn and it treated him very It was Juatilkp the one thats you BOW Slit He felt elite be klllei out 1IgiJpt so he iUv1tied lIBsaTin g e til1s aw et heart and la fcosam eMangfand went Kt to be hoti But SSP iicratca 4td he get jT what luppaasd when ha re backh1aXot been an- dUr1edot ivtdle 1IS ty- eyd anc set P hO iitht moneyS rwT r t 1t tA = vtoR Ate WfeLiMdricf ED Xlplne Passes CeUfd be Stormed Only M isini CslUmii at Tree id 0 m tiaJeR Risk a iolifburde Ipon a lrt4tS pi Jess Oian 4tOOO000 Inhabitants Although the uajurd of t thd country IlfJnas Sasjsance The mountalnouBbouhdarleB which roahtt thO Sitiss on three side valuablel allles hut the t urncountry on thc north from Basel tho lake of Constancy is exposed ins lathe part which UioSast bJis tompted theiGormans and 1rertcl to ttyflaal movments5anL Where the Rhine weald bQt nly1 dite not rev utioIot idai 8ipn BetweehKiCS and 1710 At least setetLjoxpeditlonaof considerable mJI itory Importance chedaCfOB that portion pf Switzerland without ro pirdfo the feolhignoC the inhabitants Since 85 the neutrality of that4 re gIoahiabeen otba wlofe bsOcirIS but the Swiss aVe maintained theC greatest possible watchfulness during periods of war f The Alplno passqs arq approached by fine broad rgads I pniparatlvely easy grade and ould lbe Jreaaily mounted by armios and their artll lery but this ustl1o done In e column and thetisk to an enemy would be tremfendous At several points long tunnels admit rallwaysT and the obstacles to i oaqeful cojd merce have been removed No war has brought tbetunnel t the test of4 defense but every preparatlottv has been made to stop the entrance of an epemyInaboratoJfortlflcatlonaupon ho St Poth rd pthMno both th9 road und the railway nrhile rue Rhone jVsxlley s1lJrbnded by similar works at St Maurice and Martlgny On Ala sthoatern border the SwlsseoldliA must stand within a lew yarjlS of the road and watch tho Italians ami tVustrlagi contend for the Stelvio ita height of HOOOOfeot On tile BorulfttbVoundaryils eatQd b tht luJteihini compllt t Italy or Fznatfb Swine tory Along LAinoa a wide nolttra1I yearebutlcaLebuG erland and France Rotlov e 8 J 7 lThel tar is a Ligbly Important industry ot the timber districts of Russia A large quantity of Eudli substances is not only usaf for homo consumption lit Huairfa but Is also exported to for eljn markets England alone takes uvor 100000 barrelsyearly of Russian pitch and tar In normal times pitch Is exported chiefly to England from Archangel w ore It is one of the prln elpal articles of tiaIe while turpen tine has been shipped to nermaay from the Baltic ports and overland In recent years in western Russia os peclally near the Vistula river large Quantities of pitch and turpentine have boon distilled from the stumps llcit pftqr the clearance of woods this bav Ing boon in great demand in Germany m acoount of its good quality and low price Up to the present time the op erating methods employed in this in dustry htt9 boon for the most part of a primitive character and carried onin smalll establishments where the owner is at the same time workman and salesman Girls Will Marry Crippled Soldiers A gotten in the London Dally Mail conveyp the information that h iidreds of English girls have expressed crippledias their contribution to their countrya cause The offers came as the result of a published eufegostton that plucky b rlslmight be of service so and all that stands in tho way of the success of this wholesale matchmaking Is thai no degree of pfuck and patriotism seems sufficient to overcome maidenly i shyness The girls have agreed toImarry but they cannot walk up to tho first onelegged soldier they see and tell him Meetings are to bear thOLan1don t lifelong burden they have agreed tc tales Of husbands Iodine or Treating WOUntiei Many Inquiries roach the editor ol his pagaon how bnqt fo apply ipdiiM oa cut or abrasion in order to prfr vent It from becoming infected OH of the most convenient n pthoda is to use o stick Impregnated wUU iQdior These can be obtained atvanydnif They come in bunches packeu twenty la a email glass tube Tho tip of each stick has a heAd like a match wade of rciublimatttl iodine 60 per cunt and Iodide of potassium lpgcds1watersolution which should bo applied freely to the cut and left to dry In using Iodine it Is essential tc romenfoor that no wet droning n y bo applied Exposure to the air win do no barm and the sore should be jocverei Qnly whoa there datignr of it boiaff irritated by coming in tact with CrolEffbpdios and thus bit t171WOpOZZ REALTY MEN AIDED BY WA- MiILuiissAr Being Spent for New torktRentria in Place of Jolno V to Europe f After balancing tall rental accoittU recently brokers th ughpnt tho ulfrt fashloijablo district estimated tba piutfttaMai4iattan emsonby rambles that usually make their abode in Buropq the New York World 9tt es Their aggrcgalo llv Ing expenses for the year are placed near 50000000 moat of which will ho spent Ini New York Mora than 2500 such families have- rented apartments or private dwell Ings during the past tow months The have patelan average of 14C1Db yearly rental some paying as high as J2500Q Thebr competition for lux urlpus living quarters has forced nor mai pficos to the highest levels on roe ord anti old famlllos that have beetl cosUybomesbyhave had to jay fancy flguro- sThs was Illustrated recently when MrsV NPloon W Aldrich wife of the Into Ejenalpr from Rhode island ah closely related by marriage ta LIit ratopflOCJQMrs Klngslanda furnished borne on Pto northeast corner Pt FfA avenue and Tortysixth street fbr tho winterr season Mrs Kingsland herself leases it Under longterm contract from Wil llact Waldort Astor A similar rental befog paid JPr tile Judspn TPdd rr l 1t III 14Jt VynaL HltsITrade E15tel1 w w wou1drb1ei steal lvan work ljr Iigettlnjfiharae ta11 tJif time says BIrmingham Herald Taketbe jjase PH thief who brokdihto a photographic studio ir Bellftvnte iU thodther day Fran tho vle pOJut of Ihe prowler a photo graph ahqp cuehttobe quite safe foi tiep7yifg qf hlg trade Nothingmore da frorbiis than th chemicals woxiltV iMScxpeofca in such tt place and like thlphotompbBut tb oWner of the stiido in Belle ror1sameinterior of his studio at stated Inter Vaiii ffo dovicep belpgr0pe ated by ordhiary burglar alarm apparatus jlow thephotognpl erls out consld emyo piotographiptippliCB1 but he Is ablo to jfirnlBh th police the very bostilIndt adesc4ii ion of the thief In fact ho turned v sr several phoU graphs of the burgh r at iorone- of which shows i14z n the act of put ting stlons Iptc hi j ocket Onca the thief is ica ight there should ti no difficulty in iDvtag his guilt the photographs be powtrful though r iilont witnesses Heroin Is a sug itlon which may well be taken adv age of by maAU atparatusjforxraphlc studio it a ght prove effeq Live as a protect en to bank vaults and othor4reposito ot valuables Its hard on the ef of courst but then burglary is ttlng rnthet unI populaTrs an occ ip itlon anyway WISE AND HUMANE PROVISION Uncle Sam Fromjis Time On Win Look After thai tankers HlthIerto N db ectec Those who braijc the dangers of Etorm fog and Iicdtergs of that ele- eau edst of Cajio nkers seek the vatedsubmlrllletti dafter by UncIZ fi 0 big fishing fleet whlqh puts oft ti o4 the New England coast from Gloucjr sier Boston New Ouryport and P kamotfth lead eX- istences which ai dangerous tobod fly health and evI 4 to life itstlf The fishing cr4t t which eeekh cod hake hallbui ahd other dcepsca ground if h on th mea jgpr facilities for din abled and The usi been that when a nuuj IcoceShave to stay sick and take recovery being ou physi clanssaypJhe t edl tonally In a many boats and Uves a o lost wUh numbers more of monJnlured fThe national gc mment hasiplaced the coast guard citter Androscoggln at the disposal of f shermen that may become sicker diet jled and the Unit ed States public alth bureSu has fitted ou the boat irith hospital appli ances and fittings A very thoughtful and attentive tool after the welfare and safety of Amc r tans is Uncle Sam becoming in man llfferent ways and dbrootlona t jFIrtTeerap4tht New worlds rctjords for fast and accurate telegraphing yore made at the international Nelegraphlc tourna mant in San Frimcisco a few week ago Itl hard C Ba i iby transmlttedth fastest and mos perfect Morse byI ticking oil 40 re oad messages with seoIpijds and boatln the automatic transI mlttera- George W Sci jth Jr won the rotting coy tost j taking and treoIssrlblng without in error 40 messages in 31 autos and 12 suds AfrlcjSThe first Ameia 421 linotype machine has recently air Vcd In Tripoli AS rica aDd been in Called by La Nnovft- IiHlIa the only newspaper In tkt colony BttKdtng ijeat Varsnip The nw dr4t taught California t be completed ir Ifilbnmry will meat IK 442 feet In lehjith and for a fo oathB will be Hd largast craft In th woIfl EnltJ Jo building ono8r f pt Jong whJi IwUl probably Untfecbed twit a rimer The CaHCsrnlu it the flrstAmarlcar naval vessel 1 o built with its tos rurcd1t below tto water The bow ot the older boatol curved forward be Jyw the water that Thor formet rants which were formidably weapons They are obsoleto new bocftuue th guIitmikesyoaae close onoigh together to m- ea9tother rrthe armature ot the California it Hiliril r than M uny ther bal 1i iif Vu isit1havaapadotZik- n4ts on hoar wi5 can carry flea The cost of rtfte hat alone r 7JOi 00 but hi r eoulpdiont of guns aDd atnroUniUr will Increase the vttJao to f15I01i00 GameRalslng Farm From the first game farm in Bftna sola iabfcu of epicures will boflUp pflod wllii pbfctetnts anTI mallard nlttdcs wiUtfn tjspt yours and possibly within onfMu ff present hopes are toAiiMd Wo wlU ralfd ruffed grouse pfal QDUtflam Prot cUy iasuo This is onlf rouv1mubegiagamsbredJng pprposetf and foHttio marffot Every gamojljrd rafcid and sold in captivity li allps to protectt the states supply 0wUd game end If Jny plans work out Hinnosfta wI- Uaifliia few y 4is bf the grontcst me producing Jlhte iniho Union Upside Dow pid Back Again A singular caf salvago line come tojljtht at Queorfe own ifoland where tholRusffknVYPfl Balt2aur arrived Iin tpw laden wltf timber from 8ulf Port bound to Co k It appears thalj on Soptembet 27 the Baltiar wqs dataaged dad turned tur tie in tho Atlant but Uianka to hex oergb of timber Btil remained afloat yho vaa towed jbktom upwards Into perehavonwh d a salvage contrao tor fet the vefel llto float again I her jH lnal pot3pnl wIth her decks jSheqwjsd to Quee atow71 jvh nce she wflj proceed Jo Cork to art br 1 t J 7 Lt1SL1 ir t1 A 1koMaAtMENt trrisariL Shells Provide Meals for the j Iytntf of a Partif HuI7 Srn FrancfAfc i iJtclnin great stone fitracf tnnr ottthc waters edgoia being aheJIoH the French soldiers off duty adjourn tto tho shoil fOr the entO Inihment Th X know the varibufe schedules Ut ShetlS run on and tinn their irivA the Qerinan unsflr ing thorn are spfaiToff that thie ro port cannot e hefted There is a dltb bns tearing roar qlosdlyl fol losed by ono lerfQr they come in Jjnirs end then two huge olumn of water hurtle into the nir for hundred loot accompanied by tvfo heavy detonations The hJeacherHcvcr upying Americana of the ambulance sections theyhavc installeda bench scu1TlorAgainst the eclats that sing back front the pliqll Jna second thre is a jush foe the jipt cunksof rnetal wftile thfe natures emerge fro their shelters togatho vp the fish tthat hare been killed by the terrific con nussionrand fiha ila borabarde dayJItHIS POSITION NO SINECURE Persian Poet Laureate Kept atVork Immortalizing the Speeche of His Royal Master Persia appears ft9 bc the only coun poetlaureate 1Imtibolished itho poatinl 1996 tthecourt I Jf Teheranhnd for centimes pos wssed a laureate whose duties wer far more numprous thdxr those of hit British confrere Acceding to Narcisse Persin rho pent some years ip Persia at thff beginning of ibe ninelecnth century court etiquette prescribed that whenever the shah traveled outside the capital his suite must include a dwarf a giant a jestera historiog rapher and a poet laureate The lest two were kept busy for vhile the liistoriographer had to re cord for posterity all the doings and sayings of the shah the laureate vjas called upon to celebrate a large proportion of these in verse 3T Persia highly commends this custom whirin h6 found rigidly followed fon tin jjliah knowfng that many of Tusnt ierajiccs ana deeds would be crynUV in an ode felt bound on these pyalxprbgregscs to speak and behavj majestically tDrtdot bo Wo have not been married s month and already you have ceased tp IYoungi vyjiaj can yotl be ihjnklng ofl yokari dparerto1pethl ever o It lantso I know it Isnt rot took meals at our house lots of iimci before wo were married and yot scarceiy touched anythinc Ma sail she knew you were truly in love be cause you had no appetite fAridj plaining just because 1 forgot to gel- tuythlng1 for breakfast Hes an Official Bird Chaser Wellesley college the home ot beauty and culture now has an official sparrow chaser Ho is John JL Oake4 and he is paid 40 a month for catch trig birds for dissection Cats iwerls used formerly at Wellesley for dlavect tag but this was discontinued when haledIbtoprize cat President Ellen Rtz Pen djeton was threatened with a sua IpdI Although a groat number of popular pamttisecrecyaboutInstance publishes a catalogue to In form customers Just whaLthey art actually buying Alaska bemfor ex ftinple is the best Minnesota raccoon colored a dark brown Adelaide chin l1oft1helan opossum Fr nch ermine Is the fur of the white hare of Franco Baltic fox Is the fur of a large hare 01 aprthern Europe Iceland white foi U white TIbet llamb combed until the hair is straight Kamchatka fox II dfe fur of tho northern Umber wolf Jtanchurlan fox is the fur ot a variety ct halfwild dog from Manchurfa Dalol Flnlandt kongqrop Siberian pony Is soleotei Russian calf skin Hudson seal ti muskrat skins of selected quality and Inland seal Is the skin of selected French white harb Framing a Children Code The Missouri childrens code earn mission appointed by Governor Major hag organized its work of codifying all childrens laws In the state and oi 1ducedf of the work twill tedon at the state nIt rslty through the departments etHy sociology and political science tter inUre commission of 21 members taff been divided into subcommittee jo handle variotM sections of the com prcnonsivo outllnQ of work modeled on the general outline sent out by the iedtiraf childrens bureau Consider iibe help is expected train the daU the latter is collecting on childrens laiirB throughout the IJnlted States The expenses of vthe commission will 1 be Jaiot Bjr Tolunbiry contributions tlhpdes ECave jndgppf tlje SL Louis juiI1o court Is chairnaflan Pret Stanley 0 Hodspa of the Jtat oal tebretryi rity v Let rjer AtoMs wisli vir wlfeuaiieriitaod bt Ii a that IM cewli talk t t ifUll mtlc a the uWot I prOp 5 kbe fterhsr Until ike fmiM jithiak yet arM tkf wrmsff iack1 Ebb doesnt expect you to und rst nd 1I1lyNZoulsyIli Cour1sgJ t o4n r Y 00ia lIi lJr 1f bit fit it 3dab14 Ho tf WorkThMHae rHIted StaamIar1 J tj4iwYtk When atahoeT bacteca4Oed a Plin conntctlom with soale igride troMlng work Br Kev Vork it ex trjcited Uself by borrowing jlQW1l stftl further Mitil It fcachsd a onvenlfeiit libway and thca trundled itself oit on the rails The story fa tPldll iif Ensrineerlhg News which calls it ft Wdof resourceiumoBa operating itcamshdvel We read Thtt shovel was used jp making the second cut in a section bi thq grade crossing elimination woffaj which the Long Island railroad Whad under way far thd last thre- eyetIn East flew York jiyhen this eitIon of the second cut had been finished the disposition of the shpret presented something of a problem l W9uld not do to lift It out of the cut because the slOpes might slide norI could itbe Backed out by the way It had entered because pfVtho timbering In thQrearf f TJho tour tuesoft- he tunnel had been completed tea point where the second cut on this sec1 Hon begb It wjuj decided that the simplest Way of moving the shovel tqilthe surface was to have It dig its own way down to ones f the concrete tubes the floor of which was 22 teofrt an4thental on the track laid InsldS the Lube The handled the shcftrol 1ncrane equipped wIth a bucket In order to keep the water distributed 1skidded1 rent grade Walter 1L Gabagan the contractor states that the entire op eration was performed without ally particular difficulty SOLDIERSDRILLAJ GOLGOTHA And Armed Aircraft Hover Over Sacred Bethlehem and the Mount of Olives t 1ofBethlehemI T1jifMpublished in Palestlna by a Swiss mis sionary Nearlythe entire JIolyJLand has been transformed Into a mill tary camp x iSodlers are maneuvering every day oil the Mount of Olives at Golgotha and Jerusalem The English Frpich and Russian Mnvent navebeen turned Into barracks and between Jn dea and Jerichd where transportation was by mule pack In the days when Christ canje to bring peace oh earth- S road is being constructed for artnored motor carSfLong columns of buffaloes driven by Arab peasants are hauling cuts load i ad with powder projectiles dhd othoi 1 supplies for the Turkish army along the favorite routes of pilgrims in Palestine Fast dromedaries of the camel corps maintain communication between the camps in Palestine and the Turkish headquarters It Is suppose that tho concentration of the younR recruits in the Holy Land Is with r view to another attack upon Egypt i Light In Modern War From what has been said Jt appear Umt thojew art pf iflghjyng with IjKbi Is both offensive and defensive Light pndertPto atef military conditions is iln a way a weapon of war Just as much as the rifle er tho machine gun If 4IJcoriIlearn how to use Il Which In a ward f represents exactly the problem that Uncle Sam is now trying to solve InvisibIlity Is tho keynote of mod era warfare To win the fighting man mttst not be seen by his adversary Hence the development 6f nightfight fag Never In the history of war has the surprise attack cut so large a fig ure as In the present conflict Dark ness for such purposes is the best help Advtntage iis tokerf of the covcr of night for the advance of largo bod les of troops for flank movements for the emplaclng ot artillery for the construction of coyer fort bftngnt up of munitions The Zeppelins are lUhtWrds I IEnglish Grouse Season 1daythat It wIn be the poorest year for this sport that hat been kno= ex century an4 the chance pf trgtffffn for the birds will be grte over because there Are fewer gun London papers say that only half the grouse moors in the north of England and in Scotland have been let tjnd prvlItgesyear moreover elderly men and offi cots on leave from the front will haver the shooting practically to themselves for almost every sportsman ot mill lasT ago Is fighting for lila country The demand forgrouse In London la iro1JseSaever before It Is SUIt that tha bags not be so Injsa as heretofore bo twUl of thosmajl number of beatenr ov of t Ocnniqun1xo1d men being left fox this work The grouse seem tebOtniuck flsmirkabtp buryitjo r A remarkable operation has fceoh performed tna hoBpital at Prague b Dootor Horalc on aallI of sixteen named Marie hubacek She was auf ferlng from a diseased bono In her right arm and was sent to Prague to have the arm amputated Doptor Ho rak however decided to replace tho diseased part of the bone by a corre spending part taJcoa from a dead put son immediately after death For tldi purpose ho utilized a girl who died in hospital from a bullet wound Jn the temple Thedead girls right a m was amputated and part pf It used tore place the diseased portion which b4 been removed from tho girl Hub CQkI arm The operation was so successM tkat sow BUbacek uses her r1 w M Wfor hcrfl3a t OPNAMENT AND UTIUlTiy a 9i 1iayp1Ilbenl ked tdfloItcholr t 1 hrid be Iii k ed ttomgji t i eiiLt 7 iTt HAWK 13 rt pIr Wh4 lttaldhmr tcitta table ot w4jL ePI veiGirl Life 1 waijt to kIt ycidWlia wonderful att le r celved irom tile use f TfiiiHbrds BkckIftaughtt wr tt s4iMo Syfranln Wtxxfc E f Clifton MiI1d Ky za1tt certainly Jufc pi tqua1ti Co StOI I firfr RIaDi u row little gkIiiHier Whin idwjT thifleb e IIIveranill1tin on rbu tone good dose of tfeedfords matte thrift 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