The Plano Star-Courier (Plano, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, November 9, 1917 Page: 2 of 14
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I am Sincere! Stop Caiomel!
( Guarantee Dodson's Liver Tone
Listen to me! Ciilomel sickens and you may lose a
day’s work. If bilious, constipated, or
headachy read my guarantee.
vLlven up your sluggish llvor I Fool I personal money-hack guarantee t tuft
.not*and cheerful; make your work it ouch spoonful will clean your sluggish
(pleasure; be vigorous mid full of ...... liver hotter than a dose of nasty mlo-
,1 tHk‘‘ no ‘J'"'«crous m,.| lllllt that it won’t make you sick.
cMomel. because It makes you slt'k ,,ot,*„„■« Uver Tom
!eud you tuny lose a day’s work.
Calomel mercury or qui'l.sllver, ,
;Which causes necrosis of the hones,
jCalomel crashes into Hour bile like
dyiiumite, breaking it up. Tlmi's when
■you feel that awful mncni ;ii"l cramp
Listen to me! If you want In enjoy
Ik real liver
medicine. You’ll know It next morii-
Itm, because vow will Make Up fecllllg
line, your liver will be working; hend-
uelie and dizziness gone; slomuch will
he sweet mill bowels regular.
I •odson's I Ivor Tone is entirely
vegetable, therefore harmless and can
♦ the nicest, gentlest'liver and bowel I "“l Nuliv"tt‘- <;iv'' 11 to your children, j
cleansing you ever experienced, Just j Millions of people tire using Dodson's
Itnke u spoonful of harmless Dori.snis! Idler Tone Instead of dangerous culo-
1 Liver Tone tonigbf. Your druggist oi mel now. Your druggist will tell you
idealer sells you a bottle of Dodson's; that the sale of calomel is almost
Liver Tone for u few cents under my j stopped entirely here.- Adv.
/ ;; ■ ■
Fall Run of Distemper
MAY UK WHOLLY A YOI OKL> HY 1’riINO
t!\S** ^ *s*>uill outlay of money Iii'iiikh very
icreat renulLi. It In a «urt* cure and a
I»r t ’ v v u 11 v i* it you u.se It as per dlrDCtlonn. Simple, nafe
and sure. The $1 size 1m twice the quantity and an ounce
more than the 50c Mize, i Jet your hors* H In h<*nt condition
fi»r late fall and winter. All drufftfiMts. harnoHM deal-
era or manufacturer*!
M*OItlV HI KIM4 \I* CO., Miinufiirtururt, Goiihfii, I ml.
Sold for 47 years. For
Malaria,Chills & Fever.
Also a Fine General
60c anti $1.00 at all
BACK TO NEW LINE
provable that he srC/f*prd at
RIVER WHILE NEW DEFENSES
WERE BEING PREPARED.
REPORT ONLY RAIDS IN WEST
Russians and Brit.sh Both Inflict D»-
feat on Tui'ki m Asiatic
Italian Headquarters The Italian
retirement to new I ties is tolng
most heroically carried out. The
morale of the troops is good in all
ranks The cavalry i:s again actin',
as a rear guard, screening movement
and fighting heroically.
Purlin The supplementary «tate-
muni issued from general headquart-
ers Tuesday evening says thit thu
Teutonic forces have crossed the
Tagllamento river along the whole
front. It adds that pursuit of the
retreating Ifaliaiv* Is progressing. A
statement is; led curlier in 11'(a>
said the Italians had evacuated the
entire line along the river to the
Conflagrations, fin* German stafo
ment adds, indicate that the route
being taken by the retiring Italians i I
> . ... • i. .i..imilnlnu -111,1 t !l ■' I E
MRS. T. W. GREGORY
“Made in Germany.”
A case of silver ami bronze war
Imednls, made in (iermntiy, nr<* now at ibeiu sons,
the British museum, and replicas can
bo seen at the victoria and Albert, Spartan Woman Suffered Untold Tortures
[writes a correspondent i Inc of (In* but who wants to be a Spartan? Tako
most Important celebrates Zeppelin i i'cnicnlnu for all female disorders,
[raids on London, with a portrait of the j ^ "I1‘^ Adv.
date count on one side and on tin*
Is I, ■■ «n the mountain- and tin
c.i i run li tie upper Italian plal.L | pj85
London The vustro C.onnan forces | IHHHj
np, rating a ain- 1 tin* If ilians alon-, |
I In* Tagliament ) river from the r *•
pion of the Carnic sea southward
to the Adriatic sea are proving a
The invaders of Venetia hava driv-
Seimtor .1. I’. Me.N'Iclioll of IVnnsyl- j (>n (,u,jr v ay ac,„ss the Tagllamento
I'J liilug children, It) of Pinzano and are proceeding west-
mother nn Imaginative design of a 55epp,
•about to alight on Towen bridge, witli
.fires ami explosions in perspective.
.There is a profile of the crown prince
-on a specially big medal, with the
young Siegfried on the reverse, 1 lie
[latter killing a dragon w ith four bends
*—the lion for Belgium, the cock for
France, the bear for Russia and (lie
unicorn for Engliinri.
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
•CASTOKIA, that famous old remedy
.for Infants amt children, and see that tt
In TTse for Over 30 Years.
Children <’rv for Fletcher's Castoria
Tin* Indies i ;.)d bless’em were talk-
ing, In tin* humorously Indulgent way
In which they usually tackle the topic,
about iheir hushuuds and other wom-
*'.lolm Is perfectly helpless without
me," said Mrs. A.
"Henry's ilml way, too," said Mrs.
I! I don’t know what would become
of him if I’d leave him for a week."
Isn't it the truth!" sighed Mrs.
“You’d think my husband was n child,
ilie way 1 have to take* cure of him.
Why, whenever he is mending his
Hoi lies or sewing on buttons, or even
larnlng Ids socks, I always have to
hnutd the needle for him!" Glove-
and I’lain Dealer.
One More Question Whenever You Need a General Tonic
“Going far?" asked the talkative Take Grove’s
one. The Old Standard Grove’s Tasteless
“To Lot. t,.’ r.....d the trawler, chill Jomc is equally valuable as a Gea-
*Tm forty six and married; name. Ho
i*r.d Tonic because it contains the well
known tonic properties ot QUININE and
IKON It acts on the Liver, Drives out
Malaria. Enriches the Blood and Builds
up tho Whole System. 60 cents.
I'filio Brown; one daughter, nineteen
years old, in the civil service, gets
thirty shillings n week; father died
Inst July; mother Is still living; one
of my til....... has r..I hair, out maid Mrs. \V. J. Tisdale, Hoboken, N. J.,
has left, but we’ve got another one. [ widow. Inis seven sons In I'nlted States
Anything els«'?’’ j military service.
The talkative one lliought for a mo- | - —
ment. W. A. Aiken of Milwaukee has some
“What oil do .mi use on your corn grown from seed claimed to be
tongue?" be Inquired. ' 1,80(1 years old.
vii'i. while to Hi** north on th* Ital-
ian left wing, Intensive operations
n*'.* being carried out by the Thu-
lir.ii allies, the two maneuvers proh-
i h!\ having as their objective the
cut! tig off of the entire right winy
of General Cadornas army.
The Berlin war office 1n its an-
i o.ii cement of the fording of the
rver says (J,000 Italian?? were n.ialo
prisoners and that an additional num-
ber of guns were taken.
There is no Indication whether it
is the Intention of General Cudorna
to endeavor to maintain the Tag
llamento line, hut It. is not improh
aide that his stand her** is a tem-
porary one, while positions of great
er strength are being prepared lv
Raids In Flanders.
The British and French troops In
Flanders continue to carry out raid
lng operations successfully against
the Germans and to bombard heav
11 v the enemy positions at various
Two additional defeats of the Ot-
toman forces are recorded by the
British in southern Palestine and by
the Russians in the region of the
Black sea const. North of Bee-shebi
th<* British are pressing on \v,th th*
definite object of the capture of the
coast city of Gaza. In their opera
thins they have taken 207 officer?
and 2.4KO men The Russians have
driven the Turks from first line
trenches In the Black sea region
and have advanced at some places
to the third lint*. Large quantifier
of booty were captured.
THE LAST EXAMINATION
OF WAR’S DRAFT
Many n man has fallen down because a
text «.f his wale, showed unmlaiukably
timt tie had kidney ili-sr uie.
The kidneys urc the s.-avengers and
they ?v,.rk day and night to separating
the p.'lrans from Itie blood. Their signals
Of lUstr. are easily leeORnlied and In-
clude s' li symptoms as backache, de-
pressions, drowsiness, it t It a Mltty, head-
aches, dllllness, rheumatic twinges,
“Tho viiy best way to restore the
kidneys to thetr normal state of health
and cure svn-ti symptoms," says l>r.
Fierce of Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.,
•Is to drink plenty of water and obtain
from your favorite pharmacy a 60-cent
bottle of An-u-rtc, double strength,
which Is dispensed by almost every drug-
gist." You will tliul Anurlc more potent
than 111 Id.i, dissolves uric acid as water
Send I)r fierce UV for trial pkg. and
ask for advice If there Is need.
A PROMINENT MAN
Seugovlilc, Dallas Co., Texas.—“I
wish to state to those who may have
rheumatism that l ant 4,r> years old
mid have had rheumatism most all my
life. In executing my duties as a
peace otlleer of this state In the win-
ter of 111 10, I was exposed to some I ......
very luid weather, which brought on a j dr,v” the German lines
x cry severe attack, in fact. It was so | vanned 800 yards beyond the centei
had that 1 could not ride horseback,
and I was compelled to abandon my
Can,ad ans Take Passchendaele
London. The town of Passchen
dtiele, lying northeast of Ypres. has
beep captured by the British forces
according to an official communicn
tlon. The Canadians in Tuesday’i
of l’liS'-ehemiacle, having battled theii
way to their final marks. A con
slderable number of prisoners already
duties for awhile. • 1 then began
search for it permanent cure, which l have reached the cages
did not find until I learned of Dr.
l'loree's Anurle Tablets. 1 began tak-
ing them about B> months ago and uni
satisfied that 1 ant cured.
“I wish to say in conclusion that I
cannot be loud enough In my praise of
Dr. Pierce’s Anurlc."—T. J. ALLEN.
The poisons itt your system can be
thrown out by taking Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets, composed of May-
apple, aloes, root of jalap, sugar-
coated, aud sold by all druggists—Adv.
Evorv Woman Wants
FOP. PERSONAL HYGIENE
Dissolved in water for douche* *top*
pelvic cntnrrh, ulceration and inflam-
mation. Recommended by Lydia E.
IB) Med. Co. for ten year*.
A healing wonder for naial catarrh,
•ore throat and tore eve*. FconomicnL
Hm fit', 'rimeTV Ik-mr■ ny bth! gmoirklnl |x****r.
S-—G F>. >. 5(k. «!l Jmtftfupl*. of l'by
flooToil-IGf'lf*ny. Po*S»n, M,**.^
To Burn Stumps.
Compressed ulr is used by n Wasli-
Ington Inventor t<> force burning fluids
Into holes of stumps until they are
destroyed more effectively than when
d\ nnmite Is used.
GREEN'S AUGUST FLOWER
has been a household panacea all over
tin* civilized world for more than half
n century for constipation, intestinal
troubles, torpid liver and the generally
th pressed feeling that accompanies
such disorders. It is a most valuable
American Patrol Boat Sunk.
\\ ishington The American pnfro'
boat ' lcedo was torpedoed and stinl
by :t German submarine In the wv
zone early Monday morning and om
oil leer a ml 20 enlisted men are ntlsx
itu: The Alcedo. a converted yacht
carried a crew of seven officers an,
85 men The Alcedo Is the first Am
erlean \essol to go down In the war
The destroyer (’assln, on patrol duty
was torpedoed recently, but she tnadt
port safely with tho loss of onlv om
man No details of tho engagement
$100,000 Cotton Fire Near Phoenix
Phoenix. Arlz. — Fire In the plam
of t!ic Southwestern Cotton compan)
at Tempo, near here, caused a lost
lit cotton estimated at $100,000, Thi»
Is the thirteenth fire that has oc
curred in cotton gins In this sectlot
since the clnning season opened, th<
remedy for Indigestion or nervous dya- | othor 12 having been handled with
GERMANS RAID AN
THREE KILLED, FIVE WOUNDED |
AND TWELVE CAPTURED ON
CABLE FROM GEN. PERSHING
Detail* of Firat Encounter Says One
Woundod Carman Was Taken.
No Name* of Casualties.
y,‘J 'Sfj I Washington. Advancing under pro
ectlon of a heavy barrage fire a
Ifiman ruldlng party before daylight
in Nov. 3 stormed a trench held
oy American Infantry, killing three,
voundlng five and capturing 12, ac-
ordlug to dispatches from General
Pershing received by the War de
American infantry were In occu
patlon of a small salient for instruc
tlon when cut off from the main
body by heavy bombardment of Ger-
man artillery. General Pershing re-
orls the capture of one prisoner.
Fnemy losses are not known, says
■ he dispatch.
The official statement follows:
"The war department lias received
i dispatch from the commanding
general of the American expedition
try forces which stated that before
daylight Nov. 3, a salient occupied
or instruction by a company of Am-
erican infantry was raided by Ger-
mans. The enemy put down th*
ieavy barrage tire, cutting off the
valient, from the rest of the men.
Our losses were three killed, five
wounded and 12 captured or miss-
ing. The enemy’s losses are not
Mrs. Thomas Watt Gregory, wife of | lcnown 0ne wounded German was
MAJ. RICHARD DERBY
the attorney general of the United
States, in the uniform of the food ad-
ministration. Mrs. Woodrow Wilson,
Mrs. Gregory and other wives of cabi-
net members and high government offi-
cials, having signed the pledge card,
ar« entitled to wear this uniform and
hang the official food card In the win-
dow of their homes.
GERMANS LOSE SIX MILLION
Socialist in Reichstag Gives Figures
in Discussion of Fourth Winter
Washington Germany lost 6,000,-
000 men »n the three* years of tli*
war, according to a declaration made
In tho reichstag by the Independent
Socialist Ledobour. A report of his
vpeeclt reaching Washington through
Switzerland states that contemplating
the prospects of a fourth winter
campaign the Socialist, leader said:
Pershing’s cable gave the first
meager details of the first actual
fighting experienced by Americas
overseas forces. Intimations of a
conflict wore had in dispatches from
Berlin declaring that American pris
oners had been captured.
The announcement also omitted to
mention whether the trench had
I been captured. It is presumed, how-
I over, that tho attacking force in-
; dieted as much damage as possible
n a short space of time and then
; retreated to the protection of their
| iwn earthworks before American re-
i nforcements could arrive.
‘Blue” and Worried?
“Blue," worried, half -n k people
should find out the cause of their Trou-
bles. Often it merely faulty kidney
notion, which allows the blood to
loaded up witu poisons that irritat,
nerves. Backache, headaches, dizz.uesa
• nil annoying blander troubles
ed proofs that the kidneys need kelp.
F»e Doan’s Kidney Pills. Thousands
thank them for relief from just <ucb
A Texas Case
!*!*!*•_. J- . .f: ar* "btry Pict*-?*lh« ttay"
borough, lkH) Sum-
mer St., Houston,
Tex., buys: "1 suf-
fered with rheumatic
painB for over a
misery. I was down
bed lng i_-
help me until
until X f
ally used Doan's
Kidney Pills. I
wasn’t long l
was cured. Six boxes
of Doan’s Kidney
Pills cured me per-
manently and I
haven’t had the least sign
trouble for several years."
Get Doan’* at Any Store, 60e a Bolt
FOSTER-MJLBURN CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y.
DROPSY jREA™ENT. Olres quick rehe^
breath. Never lii-H',1 of itu equul ^o*51drniny.
Try its Trial treatment sent free, by mail.
Write to DR. THOMAS E. GREEI1 V
Bank Bldg., Box 20. OHArSWOKTH. OA.
It takes an experienced elevator boy
to let a mail down easy.
Wright’s Indian Vegetable Pills : ontaln
nothing but vegetable Ingredients, which act
gently aa a tonic urid purgative. Adv,
When a man is easily bought the
buyer is usually sold.
Happy is the home where Red Crosa
Ball Blue is used. Sure to please. Ail
Maj. Richard Derby is now Instruct-
ing student officers at the Medical Offi-
cers' training camp at Fort Oglethorpe,
Ga. Before being commissioned the
major was a well-known doctor prac-
ticing In New York. He Is a son-in-
law of Colonel Roosevelt, having mar-
ried Miss Ethel C. Roosevelt.
Itsillan Lines Hold Teutonic Invaders
Gn»«t Britain and Franco truly are
rushing to the aid of Italy in her
critical hour. Not alone have men
and guns been sent to the battle
front along the Tagliairento river.
where the Italians are holding the
You have not evidently, gentl*-I Teutonic allied invaders at bay, but
men, an exact conception of what war brains of (treat Britain and
war means. We have had 1.500.000 j France—comprising the elements that
dead; three or four million wound |hav« bGen 80 successful in operating
ed, of whom 500,000 are crippled for
life, and two million absolutely in-
valided. That makes altogether 6,-
000.000 men lost during three years."
It Is stated that official informa-
tion confirmatory of these figures
against the foe in France and Bel-
gium—are In Italy to consult with
the Italian leaders and evolve plans
to change the order of things as
they now stand.
Meanwhile General Cadoma’s men
have been in possession of American !are holding the Invaders along the
officials for some time. j Tagllamento by means of their heavy
artillery and quick fire guns. On the
INCREASE IN SUBS DESTROYED.
left wing the Italians have replied
vigorously to strong pressure by the
British Lord of Admiralty Says Half Germans and Austro-Hungarians and
of Enemy Fleet Has Been Sunk. !have held the attacking forces for
London.—Between 40 and 50 per ____
cent of the German submarines op .... .
, . ,, , Americans Captured After St ff F ght
nrnting In the North sea, the Arctic i ■ M
and the Atlantic since the beginning Wlth American Army in France —
of the war have been sunk, said Sir | small detachin^it of American in-
Krio Geddes, first lord of the admir fantrymen was attacked In the first-
alty, In the house of commons. line trenches early Saturday morn-
“Durtng the last quarter tho Ger- [ a much superior force of Ger-
mans loot as many submarines as man shock troops. i ho Americans
they lost in 1916," said Sir Kric. i ,’v('re‘ Cllt ofr from re,lef b.v heavy
The output of merchant shipping \ oarr*k® in their rear They fought
MORE LOXBURG LETTERS OUT
Berlin Government Asked to Send
Submarine Squadron as Mean*
of Saving Situation.
Washington—Two more of the no-
torious Count von Luxburg’s mes-
sages to the German foreign office
from Buenos Aires, Argentina, have
been made public by Secretary Lan-
sing. They provide confirmation of
Germany’s plan to control southern
Brazil, shed additional light upon
Teutonic Intrigue in South America
generally and reveal that Luxburg
appealed vainly for a squadron of
submarines with which to awe some
Latin Americans and to flatter oth-
ers with salutes.
These dispatches, like others that
have gone before, wore given out by
Secretary 1-ansing without discussion
of their contents.
Plot to Invade Barzil.
Several days ago press reports
from Buenos Aires said a sensation
had been created there by the pub-
lication of a dispatch from ltlo da
Janeiro saying the Brazilian foreign
minister had made known the trans-
lation of Luxburg messages reveal-
| lng a German plot to Invade South-
ern Brazil. The Argentine newspa-
pers demanded then that their gov-
ernment. either publish the dispatch-
es “or authorize their publication by
a foreign government."
Sweet Girl—Pa, the house next door
was robbed last night.
Pa—Meecy! Next door!
Sweet Girl—Yes, and the burglars
have been In two or three houses oa
this terrace within a week.
Pa—I know it. I know it. It’s ter-
rible! But wluit cun we do?
Sweet Girl—I was thinking It might
be n good plan for Mr. NIcefello ant
me to sit up u few nights to watch for
CUTICURA STOPS ITCHING
Instantly in Most Cases—Write for *
Cuticura Is wonderfully effective.
The Soap to cleanse and purify, the
Ointment to soothe and heal all forms
of Itching, burning skin and sculp af-
fections. Besides these super-creamy
emollients if used dally prevent, little
skin troubles becoming serious.
Free sample each by mull with Book.
Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. L,
Bostou. Sold everywhere.—Adv.
AMERICANS IN ASIA MINOR
Transport Attacked by Sub in Port.
Washington.—The transport Fin-
in the first nine months of this year. | Kalh'n,Jy until overwhelmed solely j land was recently torpedoed while
he said, was 123 per cent higher numbers,
than In the corresponding period last ^be Acting ,n (he trenches was
year. The admiralty has decided ’uind *° band. It was brief and
that four new additional shlpbuild ,rrrr' ’n tbo extreme. An a result
'ng yards would be necessary.
)f the encounter three Americans
"We mind lay plans for a long *cre killed and four wounded. A
war." said Sir Kric. “I see no signs °rFpant and corporal and ten men
of its being a short one."
In September, Sir Eric continued,
there was ufloat on the high se.is un
increase of 20 per cent in numbers
and 30 per cent in tonnage of Brit-
ish ships, as compared with April.
were taken prisoner.
Two French soldiers who were in
the trenches also were killed. The
enemy lost some men. hut the num-
ber Is unknown, as their dead and
wounded were carried off by the re-
German Warship is Sunk In Sound.
Copenhagen A German warship Think Destroyer Best Sub Weapon.
*»•» i.....n ink la th« tounfi, accord- London Having completed their ............ ....... ............ ........ __ __ ............
fo. n 'I spatcli, to the National tour of the Enel sh shipyards. Sen- j The British losses of merchantmen i though without hands, Is a successful
1 * ‘' n ' ' 1,1 ‘ ‘l n <>’ ' ^*' n if-ntot* Kenyon of Iowa and Kendrick for the current week show a consid- j gardener,_
* ' 1 1,1 110 v< ‘'s' ■•’'•'k * ■' Wyoming went Into confi ease aa compared with the* ----- - - - """"""
■ with \ ice Admtral Rinis. commander I previous week, when 17 vessels over
Yankee Influence in That Country
Dates Back Over Almost a Ce.t-
tury, Declares Writer.
Asia Minor, which Is the property
of Turkey, is really a continent In It-
self. It Is a continent little known to
Americans, and yet it is one where
Americans are well known, says Nik-
snh. American Influence there goes
buck over almost a century, and it is
certainly to be hoped that the present
unfortunate situation will not wipe It
out. For the American Is highly re-
garded in this part of the world.
Travel almost where you will In this
vast Interior, and In the most Insig-
nificant village you are likely to find
some one w ho speaks English, and who
will entertain you with his best be-
cause you are nn American. Our mis-
sionaries. our schools and our hos-
pitals are responsible. Their pa-
tients nnd their pupils come Irom
every part of the near East, and none
of them leave without n great respect
for the strange Westerners. Tho
schools arc responsible for the spread
of the English tongue, but the hos-
pital work is probnbly the root of
more gratitude than any of our other
, All the subject races of Turkey In
Asia Minor look to America and to
England for rescue anil relief. Most
of them, ns for example, the Arme-
„ ... . " _ , „ ... . nlnns, hope for nationalism. All of
18 British Ship. Sunk Laat Week. ,,pl|eve thnt Astern world
London.—Fourteen British mer- Is greatly Interested In their fate, and
chantmen over 1.600 tons were sunk the belief Is one of their few consoln-
by mine or submarine in the last firms under n cruelly oppressive sys-
woek, according to the admiralty re tent.
port. Four ven.els under 1,600 tons--
also were sank, but no fishing craft. James Donovan of Quincy, Mnsj,.,
returning to the United States, but
was able to return to a foreign port
under her own steam. The navy de-
partment received a report of tho
attack nnd Secretary Daniel* authiw-
Ized its publication. The na\y re-
ports do not say whether there was
my loss of life or any Injury to the
1(V) „ Dnerl' an destroyer squadron j 1,800 ton. and eight under that ton-
’ ' ^pr conference Senator Ken > nage were sunk. The losses of Ital-
by -JiipfMiiq to
.Lewis Doer ft Co.'"? ^
Write for our Price Lists
pepsin and liver trouble, bringing oil
headache, coming of up food, palpita-
tion of heart and many other symp-
toms. A few doses of August Flower
wllf Immediately relieve you. It is a
gentle laxative. Ask your druggist.
Sold in all civilized countries.—Adv.
Turkish Girls Wed Young.
Most Turkish ^irls marry between
the ages of fourteen and eighteen.
Philadelphia t\ rries have abolished
anng plunks for a new electric moving
out serious losses.
Aviation Camps Will Be Permanent
Port Worth Camp Taliaferro, com
posed of tlie throe aviation fields lo
* iB'd near Fort Worth, will be per
mnnentlv maintained as nn aviation
training ctunp. according to an an
n * m, ornent trade by Major General
Boofc* O. Squier. chief signal officer
Camp Bowie Subscribed
Fort Worth. According to reports von said: "We are convinced d«-
reaehlng members of tho Liberty (troyera are the best antidote for
bond campaign committee at Camp U-boats. We can not havo too many
Bowie the per capita of Liberty >f them. The additional destroyers
bonds bought at the camp probably and the new shipping which Eng-
will run as high as $60. The entire ; land nnd the United States are turn-
camp bought approximately $1.300,- being turned out will In time over-
000 worth of bonds. ’omo the U-boat "
German. Kill 8 in London Air Raid. Third Bond Issue Early Next Year.
London. Eight persons were killed* Washington. Ry the wonderful re
and 21 others wounded in the Ger- sponse of the people to the second
man air raid Wednesday night, ac- Liberty loan, the government is able
cording to an official statement b> to meet the first half of the fiscal
the British war department About • ' ear’s war cost without difficulty, but
30 airplanes in seven groups took other Issues are contemplated to car-
Another Mutiny on German Warships
London Three officers and a num-
ber of sailors of the German navy
v. ere killed in “another” mutiny at
Kiel, in September, aecording to a
lisputch from Amsterdam which
claims to have authentic details. The
Lulled States army. General Tart ,r) the ral(11 Three o; them pen ury the operations through until July outbreak occurred aboard the battle-
A next. This means thnt probably two : .hips Kron Prinz and Schleswlg-Hol-
lan shipping were two steamers over j
1.600 tons and eno under that ton-
British Take Beer.heba, Palestine.
London.—Tho city of Beeraheba, in
Palestine has been captured by the
British, It Is announced.
!'iirth**d announced that
rtrnted to the heart of London.
SHIP US YOUR
Sfinnnff Hand Sacks
For genuine comfort nnd listing pie**- j
tire use Red Cross Ball Blue on wanh d»v
AT good grocers. Adv.
Most nun who think they nre great
don’t even look the part.
A woman Is naturally off color when
she removes her complexion.
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*•' ate si bools would b** maintained 'cpm-t from Lord French, commander other bond Issues will be offered, the |stein and started when the men ro-
! 'or American and Canadian tber*. but j thf* borne defenses, snvs the Ger- next soon after the first of the year,
j that the two organizations would be | n'an ("bvtors took advantage of th* j fn all. the government will have to
pusTON, tex. After the l$ jor j|reij £yeSi |
Mivor Mitchell Defeated by Hylan.
v.,,« ' John F. Hylan, a conn
ly Judge of Kines county, was o!*vt
ed mayor of New York by a plurality
with him the entire Democratic city
ticket. Including Charles L. Craig for
comptroller, Alfred E. Smith, now
sheriff of New York county, for
president ojf the board of aldermen
A Swann far district ntfor-
Indications are that the
have a • majority In
clouds to prevent any decisive en- raise approximately $14,000,000,000.
gagemonts. either through bonds or other sorts
volted against being drafted Into the
submarine service. The sailors on
the Kron Prinz threw Admiral
Schmidt and two othera overboard.
Vatican Abandon* Peace Plana.
Rome.—The gravity of the sltua-
eoa.CkrO Sign Food Ptaage in 2 Days. Brazil Disturbed by German Uprising
Washington.—Despite the handicap Buenos Aires.—A German uprising
of bad weather the food adminiutra- is In progress In Southern Brazil. I tinn »nd the fusion of all narti**
tlon had obtained more than 864,000 completely paralyzing railway traffic I into one national entity, det#rmlne($
signatures to food pledge cards in according to reports The strikes in- it all odds to drive the enemy from
tho first two days of ips Intensive augurated In this district are said to ' the mother soil, apparently, accord-
pledge campnigTi throughout the be spreading to other parts of Brazil. , !ng to high officials, has reached
‘ ‘ ‘ even the Vatican, where It Is real-
country. The total was reported j It is reported that only the strictest
from about half the wtates. The aim military measures are making the
for the week 1* to enroll iO.OOO.OOO movement of any
families’ signature*. A grand total The dispatches continue
of 2.605.00(1 names has been enrolled. I "the severest military
the states with a total of!against Germans' in Southern Brazil,
£d in two lays. ‘where there are large colonies
ixed tt is advisable to abandon any
efforts toward reace, for the pres-
ent at least. The leaders In the
Catholic nartv have made declare- I
tions of their support to united Italy
‘* the supreme strangle*
In the U$e
All the food value
of the grain is used
in making this de-
licious food; and its
blend of malted bar-
ley not only adds to
its nourishing quali-
ties but produces a
flavor of unusual rich-
Nn W a
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