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NEWS NOTES OF
Resume of World's Important
Events Told in Brief.
Anna Held, noted actress, decries
drinking among American women.
The house will send a diamond neck
lace as a wedding gift to Miss Wilson.
Reports of damage to the Argentine
wheat crop have raised prices in Chi
cago. Huerta In a note to the foreign di
plomats, insists hi aim ia peace and
The University of Argentina con
ferred the degree of Doctor of Laws
on Colonel ltoosevelt.
One hundred thousand eastern rail
way trainmen have won an Increase
In pay after long arbitration.
Blizzards envelop the east and Mis
sissippi valley, doing great damage
and causing much suffering.
Sulzer maintains he is still legal
governor of New York and has de
manded his pay for October.
Premier Asquith assures America
that England has no intention of in
terfering In the Mexican affair.
Sir Richard Solomon, high commis
sioner in London, for the Union of
South Africa, Is dead, aged 63.
Miss Nelda Jaeger, of Tacoma, has
been admitted to practice law before
the United States supreme court.
Sir Van Slttart Bowater was In
stalled Lord Mayor of London with all
the display and solemnity that ancient
Chairman Henry, of the house rules
committee, has set Wednesday, De
cember 4, for beginning hearings on
the woman suffrage amendments.
More than 100 gallons of milk from
a nearby dairy were used to extin
guish a burning residence In the sub
urbs of Kansas City, no fire hydrant
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resolution was introduced in me twevn .ewport anj Lillcoot. complete
New York state assembly to bring ; ljr tyinB up work there
charges against ex-Governor Sulzer of The industriai Workers of the
perjury, conspiracy and otner oi
fenses, but no one supported the motion.
Five Per Cent Discount
On Tariff Is Held Void
Washington, IX C Attorney-General
McKeynolds, iu an opinion that bus
the force of a decision, has held that
the subsection of the new tariff law
authorizing discount of t per cent
on all goods Imported in American
vessels Is nullified by its proviso that
nothing In this subsection "shall be
so construed as to abrogate or in any
manner Impair or affect the provis
ions of any treaty concluded between
the United States and any foreign na
tion." Secretary McAdoo. of the treasury
department, made public the attorney
general's opiuiou and announced that
in accordance with It all collectors of
customs would disregard the subsec
tion, us they had been Instructed to
do on October 8. Entries held up
pending the decision will now be liq
uidated and importers who Insist on
the 6 per cent discount will protest.
with the right of finally carrying the
question to the court of customs ap
peals. This ends, for the present at least,
the discussion over the proposed dif
ferential duty provision, the subject
of much debate In congress when the
tariff bill was under consideration.
Mr. McHeynolds held: I
"That the 5 per cent discount -to
American vessels only, which was the
primary object of the subsection In
question, cannot be given without Im
pairing the stipulations of existing
treaties between the United States and
various other powers and that conse
quently the subsection, by the ex
pressed terms of the proviso, is In
operative." Twenty-three nations have treaties
with the United States under which
they contended their ships had a right
to the differential In common with the
American ships. These Included Great
Britain. Germany, France, Austria
Hungary, Italy. Japan. Belgium. Den
mark, Greece, The Netherlands, Spain,
Norway and Sweden.
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CENKKAL VEXl'STIAXO CAKKANZA
Leader of Mexican Hcbels, ho Says if United States Will Let Him Import
Munitions of War He Will Soon Ouxt Huerta.
Cabinet Hacks Wilson
In Mexican Policy
Waahitiston. D. t ("resident Wll
son's cabinet stands firmly behind
him in his efforts to force the retire
ment of I'rovlslonal rrexldent Huerta
Ex-Ambassador Bryce says British
ish Columbia will go out, for the chief
object of the strike Is to protest
and Americane were born to be "P"1" sentencing to jail or tne
I Nanaimo miners engaged In the recent
'riots. Tho striker, atm also Rnkini? ni
The wearing of striped clothing- has 1 minimum wage of 4 per day and an
been abolished at San Quentin peni-! S hour day.
General Felix Diaz was stabbed by
Carranza sympathizers in Havana, but
not seriously injured.
A San Francisco woman lawyer
seeks the position of assistant United
States district attorney.
Brownsville, Tex., reports that
heavy firing has been heard in the di
rection of Monterey, and it is believed
the rebels have again attacked that
1700 MEN GO ON STRIKE
TO PROTEST JAIL TERMS
Vancouver. B. C. Seventeen hun-1
J rod men have quit work on tho I'aclf-: PpKol I pnflpr Yfl('nmP: PfPsi a nereHsary step to the piictflcatloti
Ic Great Eastern railway grade be-;1"-"" "dU" of Mexico. For more than two hour.
(lentS KepreSentatlVe. jthe cabinet discussed Thursday every
I phase of the Mexican situation. The
World, who caused the strike, declare I i concensus of opliituti was that the
that nil the railway workmen In Brit- j AI, Ceremony Is Waived - Definite J l'-d States should not take a single
Plcdire Kxacted In Case Km. backward step In Its programme to
haro-n fin Arm- la 1 if ted ! restore constitutional govertimelit 111
j It becnmo known that all the sec-
-John Llnd. personal ! ''"rics lavor.u si. ps wlil. n would
of I'resldeut Wilson. ,'"llW,u'u ""'"'t-' that the United
In the railroad !
The Industrial Workers of the i representative
World declare they have a member- i t.ft the Mexican capital for Vera Cruz. I Wi,s in earnest in its demands.
Mr. Llnd has been her1 sino Novem
ber 7 In conference with the American
charge d'affaires. Nelson O'Shaugh-Pno-licri
ftwilicta nessy. aud others, oil the Mexican sit-
ship of 10,400 men
Tactics of Suffragists
London.-The socialists ; have .adopt-: f f M , r,,moV)M frtlI11
ed suffragist tactics and have decided : hi hoU wll).re h dlirin.
iu vyyuxv ail iiuvrrai i-auumaitfl auu gfiy ill ''
inuDc iiiriii a utfitruiK hi puuuc nieei-
lngs until James Larkln, leader of the
striking Irish telephone workers, who
Washington 'officials state that the was sentenced to seven months' im
election recently held by Huerta is; prisonment at Dublin, Is released.
tTU Cruz, to tlio American
considered illegal, so that the congress
elected at that time cannot be recog
nized. A Kansas farmer has sued a rail
road company for setting fire to a
stubble field, which burned off the
stubble and allowed the wind to blow
way the light, dry soil.
Nogales, Sonora. UrosHlng a nar
row little street from the United
States Into Mexico, William liayanl
Hale, personal representative of l'r s-
ident Wilson, met the constitutionalist u,an has been in evidence at anv time
chief. General Venust iano Carranza, Uinco the Mexican problem cimit) so
some of the cabinet member recog
nized In the lifting of the embargo
on arms a practical and perhaps early
solution of Urn difficulty, but there
was no final decision on the point.
There is a hope on the part of the
president and Secretary llryati that a
measure so radical as permitting ex
portation of arms may not be re
quired to solve Hid problem. In
flmnics ure ut work which. In the
opinion of many officials, may force
the early collapse of the Huerta re
gime. There Is a closer understand
ing and mure frequent communication
between the stale department here
md foreign governments generally
and his cabinet, ami presented to t li.-m
a definite proposal from the American
What that proposal was the Ameri
can diplomatic ugent declined to say.
The Mexican revolutionary leaders
'1 h rough ambassadors abroad and
through the diplomatic corps In Wash
ington, Secretary llryati Is giving such
derailed Information of the American
policy ns to leave no doubt of what
Wheat Track prices: Club, 79
79Vic; bluestem, 89'390c; forty-fold.
80c; red Russian, 78c; valley, 8oc.
Oats No. 1 white, $25.5026.
Corn Whole, 37; cracker, 38 per
Millstuffs Bran, $22 per ton;
shorts, $24 per ton; middlings, $30
Barley Feed, $24 50 per ton; brew
ing. $26; rolled. $2829.
Hay No. 1 eastern Oregon timothy,
$15ffl6; mixed timothy, $12fjl4; al
falfa, $1313.50; clover, $9fcl0; val
ley grain hay, $1113.
Onions Oregon, $2.15 per sack;
buying price, $1.75 f. o. b. shipping
Vegetables Cabbage, 1 fj 1 V4 c per
pound; cauliflower, $l'31-25 per doz
en; eggplant, 7c per pound; head let
tuce, $2 Q 2.25 per crate; peppers, 5f
7c per pound; tomatoes, $1.50 per box;
garlic, 12',ic per pound; sprouts, 11c
per pound; artichokes, $1.50 per doz
en; squash, IVic per pound; pump
kins, H-ic per pound; celery, E0&75c
Green Fmlt Apples, 60c $2.25 per
box; pear9, $11.50 per box; grapes,
75cfi$1.75 per crate; Malagas, $7.60 1
per keg; casabas, 2c per pound; cran
berries,- $11 g 11.50 per barrel.
Potatoes Oregon, $11.10 per hun
dred; buying price, 75f95c at ship
ping points; turnips, $1.25; carrots,
$1.10; parsnips, $1.25; beets, $1.25.
Poultry Hens, 15c; springs, 15c;
turkeys, live, 20c; dressed, 25'326c;
ducks, 11 12c; geese, 12c.
Kggs Oregon fresh ranch, candled.
45 'fjt 47c per dozen; storage, 35c per
Butter Oregon creamery, prints,
extras, 35c; prints, firsts, 34c; cubes,
extras, 31 Vic; cubes, firsts, 30c.
Pork Fancy, 11c per pound.
Veal Fancy, 13V4c per pound.
Hops 1913 crop, prime and choice,
2223Vie; 1912 crop, nominal.
Wool Valley, 1618c; eastern
Oregon, 1 1 1 6c.
Mohair 1913 clip, 25ft27c per lb.
Cascara Bark Old and new, 6c per
Cattle Prime steers, $7fi7.65;
choice, $8.7507; medium, $6.C06.75;
prime cows, $6 256.65; choice, $6fj
(125; heifers, $606.75; Iteht calves,
$89; heavy calves, $6.757.75; bulls,
$3.5005.75; stags, $5.7506.75.
Hogs Light, $7.9008; heary, $70
Sheep Wethers, $404.90; ewes,
$3.2504.10; lambs, $405.90.
The Right Honorable Charles Fred
erick Masterman, M. F., was bowled
down Monday when he attempted to
speak at the Shoreditch Tabernacle.
A small party of men kept up a con
tinuous cry for the release of Larkln.
The police finally were forced to
clear the church.
A demonstration was held at Dublin
bv strikers In celebration of "the sue.
cess of the socialists In keeping the n!so ''re "pnt. but to those who jtho United States wishes incompllsli
liberal candidate out in Reading." I navn ,"'f '1 anxiously awaiting the de- i-d. So far as Is known there have
This had reference to the success of ! velopment of the American policy been no direct requests for foreign
Captain Wilson, the Unionist candi- with respect to Mexico It was fraught ! support, but the strong intimations
date. In capturing the Reading seat, with possibilities for the destinies of I that the United States, would like for
me war-worn repuruic ami ner reia- , eign nations to rwrain completely
lions with her northern neighbor. I from Interference In the affairs of the
All that could be learned regarding I ' i uert.i government are expected to
the proposal of the American presi produce tangible results.
dent was that it was in writing ami What the United States is seeking
that It required certain tilings, Includ
ing pledges from the constitutional
Ists, In case the United States lifted
the embargo on the exportation of
when the socialist, Mr.
into the liberal vote.
Butler, cut I
University Heads Scored
By Labor Conference
Seattle. At the closing session of
the Western Labor Immigration con
ference a resolution was adopted call- arms.
ing upon the conference to petition '; Among the guarantees demanded
congress to enlarge the scope of tho'wt'ro l,alJ to ue restoration of general
Chinese exclusion act so that It will order In a reasonable time, safety of
apply to all Asiatics, Including the Americans and other foreigners and
Japanese. This resolution will be 'h ultimate establishment of bona
presented at the Federation of Labor i fide representative government,
convention. Into a little room of the tiny cus-
The resolution was offered by Paul tomhouse, where General Carranza
Scharrenherg, of the California Fed- has established his "nd Interim" cap
eration of Labor. Hal. the American emissary was iish-
An event of the meeting of the ered to meet the chiefs of the rebel
conference was an attack made upon i Hon against Huerta. Carranza and
the regents of the university of Wash-' his entire cabinet were there and with
is an acquiescence in Its policy by
the powers, such nn approval to curry
wltli it discouragement of financial
aid to the Huerta regime through for
eign channels. A few weeks of finan
cial Isolation, It Is believed by high
officials here, will force the retire
ment of Huerta.
Ington by Charles Perry Taylor, sec
retary of the conference. He scored
the regents for permitting members
of the faculty to organize classes of
Chinese students and bring them Into
this country to receive Instruction In
schools and colleges of the Pacific
Countess Cooka for Poor.
Dublin. Among those who are help
ing to relieve the terrible distress In
Dublin, caused by the labor disputes,
is the Countess Marklevlcs, who was
busily engaged cooking at Liberty
hall, where meals were given to 1000
famished children. "I am prepared to
keep thla hard work on Indefinitely,"
the countess said, "because these poor
little children's parents are engaged
In a fight for freedom. I started this
movement on a Saturday," said the
countess. "I learnt my cooking or
ganization at Hamburg soup kitchen,
and undertook to work for at least a
Warships Offered Rebels.
Nogales, Sonora. After a confer
ence here between General Carranza
and delegations from Cuba, headed by
Pablo C. Menocal, brother to the presi
dent of Cuba, and from the camp of
Zapata, It was reported two or more
war vessels had been offered to the
constitutionalist leader. Carranza
said that In response to his summons,
Perez Romero, bis agent at Washing
ton, had started for Nogales.
them Hale conferred, exchanged views
and Impressions and consulted from
noon until the shadows grew long and
enveloped the twin towns of Nogales,
U. S. A., and Nogales, Republlca dfl
Both towns unanlmoiiKly decided
that the conference was the most por
tentous event In their history.
Typhoon Wrecks U. S, Collier.
Washington, D. C. First news of a
great typhoon, which swept the Island
of Guam and threw tho collier AJax
ashore, came to the nnvy department
In a report from Lieutenant-Commander
Hinds, governor of tho Island
and commandant of the naval station
there. One American whs drowned
Hospital Steward George M. Nichol
son, who was sent ashore with a res
cue party from the AJax.
The storm demolished native houses
and destroyed roads, wharves, light
ers and telegraph and telephone poles.
HUNDREDS KILLED BY
Lima, Peru. Official telegrams re
port u continuance of earthquakes In
the province of Aymareas in tho de
partment of Apiirimao. The city of
Challhiianoa, capital of tho province,
' with n population of nearly 4000, Is
j reported to be In ruins. A private
tel. gram says that the deaths number
j more than 200.
) Apiirimao Is a southwestern depart-
, meni oi reru, witn n population of
nearly 200,0iio. It Is composed of tho
' provinces of Abanacay. Aymareas.
Aula and Cotabarnbas and a portion of
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Veal, Pork, Poultry, Hides
NO COMMISSION illAHdfD.
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Wacuarantt fair Ira1manl. htslwml prW, and
"I'Imli I r hvtuin Mail." I.lv. iia a trial wild
mir nl lof or malut-a. t. It. tmlf A ( .,
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Mwmllll, ('. N n. for HUh k I.Ut ami I'rtr.
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PRINCE SHOE CO.,
tar br aitu!ntmM
Sn.NAI. AltJl ST.MKNTS
ylanline Ttaln.n of all Aful an4 tiimle
l aaara 1 l-nanl !'ra.'(ltkar. hull ti4 4-7
Ar.-a.la IliilUlm. Safl. .
QIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS"
TO CONSTIPATED CHILD
Otilolout "Fruit Ltlv-" can't harm
tndr llttl Stomach, llvsr
Look at tha toiiKue, mother! If
ooatrd, your llttln one's stomach, liver
and bowels need clrunsliiK at one.
When peevish, cross, listless, doesn't
alp, eat or net naturally, or I fever
ish, stomat li sour, breath bad; has
or throat, diarrhoea, full of cold,
lv a teuspoouful of "California
Syrup of Kins." and In a few hours all
Oi foul, constipated wast, undlitest
d food and sour bile Kently moves
out of Its little bowels without crlp-
IniC. and you have a well, pla)ful child
atuln. Ask your (irvcKlxt for a 60
oent bottle of "California Hyrup of
rtits." which contains full directions
for babies, children of all ages and
tor grown ups.
Woman Epitome of Patience.
"Whenever I feel rebellious at the
fatly grind of lire," said a younx mar-
d woman today, " (jo downtown
aad walk throui;h Twenty-third street
to llroadwiiy ami stand and look at
that epitome of patience In human
flesh who stands In a window making
endless repeated transformations In a
ertaln article of furniture. Kor two
years that woman has made a couch
Into a bed and a bed i..to a couch,
shaking up pillows or cushions, ar
ranging them over and over hundreds
times a day always quiet, pleas
ant, self controlled, np,.rntly con
tent Vet. oh. how tired she must be
of It all, physically and mentally!"
New York Correspondent.
The Idle Rch,
l not met many Ml. r,.h
Most folks I know with ,
Keep on the Job to take L .Z
In time. Hut. U
Just loafing round the vm,;'
! seen a lot of Ul, Pot,r "
I ve i seen them sit and hltti. .
or hour after hour
And curse their luck with mutt.
Against the Money -w"
And swear the thing w!i,h k,bi
Was that some other folk, J
Their wives are taking Wll,hn.
. - .,. wuu irom nitiiK
While they would gsther tliar. t'
Had yarn about Hi. .n..,.,
Which they .till Kot (ron, JZ'
Though bravely, (h.y Woula i(
w n it.
And I can t help but often think
That all long winded ahlrkora
Would hav less grouch and fur
If they were only worker.
Kor Hotter Times wont strike
Kor those who're sitting ,u,
wait. Kansns City Hturj.
rree I Oar lUadar
Writ Miirln rya UrniaOrCn ch,.,
S .a llluairirl Kra lk,., rra.
Ih.ui Vouf a Troui.la and iur win,
aa la lb l'ruMr A.ili.i, ,,,, M
fcr Kama-lira In V our s.1.1 i M ,
lruKl.l arlll trll r.,u Ih.l MuHna K.
Ih.r k.;aa, Hirana-ilifiia Vtr.k g,,t u
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' tittle Aids to Comfort.
I Kor eicesslve persplrutlun of
hands, dust with orris powder,
Til ti bath should not be takea :
two hours after rstlng.
Cutting the eyebrows and y!i:
results lu stiff, stubby hjirn.
When polishing the finger nalli
across, not up and down.
railing hair Indicates soma iltt
or depletion of the nervous syites
Crated potato applied with t
of linen will prove a quick curt
During the ritrerne hot wa!'
meats, starchy foods snd condim
should be eaten spurlnitly.
The brnn or ostmeal bag tin
Into the bath water will softm
water and aid the cleansing pror
In removing wrinkles from thai
head, the movement should be rot..
and backward toward the teoinln
Constantly blinking the yn H
couruKes the little network of n
lea around them that are so dlaflt
Ing to tha face. Woman's NttioJ
Mothers wttl nt Vpi Winamara mv4
Syrup iba kl nnali U uaa lut UaUealaJ
SUIUlg lt U lulus al(lul.
William J. Ilurns. the detectl
proposes to trsln up a number
young college graduates la the dtt
Talking about crime to a group
college graduate applicants for pet!
on bis staff Mr. Ilurns said:
"It don't take me long to declut
a lad's siiltsblllty for this caraer. (
ly the other day. for rismple, I t
charged a Yale first honor mao l"i
twenty four hours' trial, lilt
case proved him valueless."
"What was his first cutV ulri
"Theft of a boi of soap." sal V
Hums. "Theft of a bn of soap frd
a freight car and the Idiot trreilti
a tramp!" New Vork Herald.
Do? Bite Costs Company $3."10.
St. Louis. A Jury In the circuit
court here awarded Albert J. (lood
$3r.00 damages against the United
Railways, tho local traction company,
because he was bitten by a dog while
he was riding on a streetcar. The dog
was picked up on the street by a po
liceman, who was permitted by the
streetcar conductor to hoard tho car
with the animal.
WedtHnjr Cake In Hug-e.
New York. Miss Jessie Wilson's
wedding cake wns baked hern Thurs
day. The first layer of tho cake Is
four Inches thick and 22 Inches across.
When ready for the kniro the cake
will weigh 1.1.ri pounds, and will be
two and one half feet tall. Including
the vase of white orchids to bo placed
on top. It will cost about 5lni, and
will contain I!) Ingredients. In 2000
dainty white boxes, tied with antln
ribbon, tho cake will bo distributed,
each bo tho proper sizo to go under
onn pillow to dream on.
Women Side-Step Politics.
New f irlenns. The (laughters of
the Confederacy refused flatly to re
ceive greetings from tho Southern
States Woman Suffrage Conference,
after the organization of that body
was effected. This action wns taken
nn the grounds that the Iinughters
must eschew politics of all kinds.
Sloan's I.lnimrnt I speedy,
reliable remedy fur larnenras
in Dorset and farm ttock.
"I had s rmn apraln Ma ahmiMar Kf
prilling, anil Iia w,.a an lama ha roaj.l
nol rarrr f.'t st all. I (t a loll I f
fair IJiilmnt ami put u on four tuna,
ai.il In Ihraa itaya l.a atiowr na lama
naaa at all. ami ii.i.la iinriy mil i,i0
bnldus." Waar U. AluJmtJ. la Suiia,
Fo Splint aad Tbraaa
T bT nard Sliuin't l.inlmant en a
n mar for apllnt anil rurad hr. Hila
mahaallia thlnl h..rar I'Tcrurril. Ila.a
rarumroamlfil It to i,,r naujhlnr for
tliruah an.t Ihay aay It u n. nit It
Hi bt I Jnniirnt nrT vorA. I kaap
an hanit mir .Sura f olic ( ilr f, m..
alfsnit nHilihnra.snit I ran rartalnlv
rarninmriifl ll fur tulle."- . taw.
Is a quick, tsfe remedy fnr rxrol
try roup.caoker and bumble-foot
Fa Ran Mai Cask a
,J"lm" la th paaat
III! a..rat mm.i. . - i.wwi
. - - - - 'W i"w ifuuiirr roup ana
Dr. Pierce's J'rllrU, small, Mftr
coated, easy to take a randy, rnrauu
and invignrate stomach, liver ana to
els and cure const ipnlton.
Mile of Burned Rallrotd.
More than a mile of burned rallro
bridge was rebuilt In 13 days ti
summer. It wss the twotrark brtd(
across Newark bay, N. J., 666J trm
long. Including a draw IC4 feet low.
Tha ftra was yet In progress wbtatt
reoonstructlon was decided on and th
plans got ready. Orders wers fl"4
for 14 pile drivers, 13 marine derrlcki,
ll scows, two tugs, six catamaruii.
flva air compressors, three "r
boats, two derrick cars, two locooofl
U trains, three switch engine. t1
teama of horses. 1.000.000 feet 01 m
ber and for the assemblini of W
men. Ilaltlinore American.
OUR. ACID ATAMACHS.
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At all DaaUra. Mji. m. a
I Sloaa' linoli m Horaaa, Catti,
a aaa raullrr) Mai ttmrn,
I D8. EARl i S10AN, be. BW(tn.l
Each "Papa's Dlapepaln" Dlgaatt KCO
grains food, ending an siomaw
misery In five minutea
Tims III In five mlnutet til ito
ach distress will go. No Indlfeiwi
hnartKt.rn anii.n... fir helfhlrif
gas, acid, or eructations of uodliw')
titit itl.tlniui hlnatlng. VU
I, ran . K K a. ...... V, a
I'ane's Illanensln la noted tor a
SDeeit In r.a-nlallnir unset stomscua
It Is the surest, quickest stomach ro
edy in ths whole world and besld n
Is harmless. Put an end to t0'
tronhla. f.rsv.r hv anltlng S '
flfty-oant case of Tape's PlapP
from any drug store. You rll,J ?
flva minutes how needless It It W
far from Indigestion, dyspepsia or w
stomach disorder. It s the qulcia".
surest mnA mnat harm less ttsm
dootor la ths world.
Obs of ths largest forest n"r?1"
In ths United States Is eDdc,unn7
ths forest service near llusn.
It Is known aa ths flavensc ur'
and has a cspaclty of 4,000.000 WM
trsss a ysar.
"What wss your costumef
It Is Itnposslbls to n,f ',72s
question precisely," replied ths Class.
danoer. "It elmDlr wain't
process of using peat P?wd'iJ
1winann(lai .ml hna heeB PertSCWe "