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THE AovM r GRAND PRIZE y(WI.V.LC FARMERS KOVEHAUS And For all these worker the frequent nee of Alleo'i Foot. Ease, the antiteplio powder to be (taken luto the chiiei tad tprlukled Id the Increase their efficiency and needed phjilcl eomfurt. It Ukee the Frlotlon from the Bhoe, fretheni the feet. and prerenu tired, aclilugand blistered feet Women everywhere ere ooutUnt ueen of Allen'i Foot F.aso. Don't get foot lore, get Bold by dealer e?ery- &llen'i bere, 85o. Adr. .U.S.P.t.Ofr Keep Kids Kleen I prectSctl. t taJy lid KhhrJ, pUytiaM KooU-Eaj- oWt n $1.25 the suit0 If your dealer cannot wpply yoa wv will mwI thrm, chares ptfud of pace, $ I each. a cm (OVERALLS A NEW SUIT PREI3 IF THEY RIP Bewaia of Imitation. Look tor thiilautiUr UMSTRMJSS&Ca S&N LEVI STRAUSS & TRAWC l&CQ. CAl.. CO., Saa Fraacbxa Mht.or"ftMjom.(ffi' b the mw f aruMoi tur woman J American Dollar flag Ma fart, rain proof Taffeta. 4 lWt Ions fr l avd atrip,; t of fao by parcel pun. un turf artce. 1.0U. lnciodlngMl. aol. ball fur and gaift.n.rt-- holder, II frea caialuatia of a stand tfeurat lona una better ttmr :. ttn any otl.ur fft naka war n Uofurw iba rxnri to lt world. Jr.oe aaui AMFRICAN FI.Afl MFfl. CO., F ASTON, I A 4oublw-iiu-b- m.rjZ kivT-- lZZK,Tlk Billflla. Pal, Uaa, jSw-1 arnaawnlal, aonvaalaftf. I l ehua. Usa all T i will awl aoil nytninf um Ub avar a Injur 4lr, UV.OL bOaitvJia, IM 4 ftAL ar a avnl by prase, prepaid. Cor fll.ua. J.V1 sWOOHLTfi, M. V. W. N. U, Salt Lake City, No. ie. Perhaps, All aannentt mad Dutch Met wiJ. eWr aUm or high back and loaf sicevea. r oUa (ia coloa) showing cU terror, larniib seal fee) cm SaliaWtioa tuatuilaed Of none? latuoded. CRADLE 25-19- 18. CHECK ITALIANS ARE ANCIENT SONGS Often Seem Meaningless Jumble; Melody Alwaya Within Com-pa- a of Home Voices. Word NEW HUN DRIVE fool-bei- of MtfV IB mi iWa wwK op back, E ripped onor ol. wasHed. No tight elastic barwfc o atop cucuUitoau Mads in bhw ADci voaumc blu ams whit ktckonp Mdcl AW karatesT weul. snateru., ia a variety of ftaint datum, U appcoacv . ARE W0RK1KG HARDER nlo(r their feet more than ever before. NEPHI, UTAH. TIMES-NEW- S, NOT ONLY STOP AUSTRIANS, BUT INFLICT TERRIBLE LOSSES UPON THE INVADERS. Some Day. Patriotism unci local pHde mny some-tiuie- s Preaent Offensive Most Ambitioua Aus be stroiiKr thnu gcoKniiitilciil tria Haa Attempted in Any Theatre knowledge, ond perliupa It !s n well During War, Hurling Entire Force they should be. Such Is the view, In Against Defender. 5B of of teacher the the cane, any I it one of the schools of entile Indiana, Home. The Huns have launched a in which a young miss was required to name the capital of the United new drive against the ltitllun forcen, States. Iixllnnapolls," she replied. the biggest offensive of the campaign. And tlip capital of Indiana enme next Th drive began as though the (Jer- mun and Austrian leaders exported to That was easy, too, "Jeffersonvllle." She had "Washington" In her mind, go right on through, but they have all right, however, for another ques- failed to realize tn !r expectation. Not tion elicited the information that he only have t lie gall'. lit Italian forces Is the President of the United States. stopped the followers of the kaiser, "Well," she said, "he still keeps his but they have dealt terrible losses to the Invaders. picture on our stamps." In their attempt to cross the l'lave the Austrians had the city Saturday, China. Moderning That China Is being modernized of Trevlso as their objective. In get trefiiNter than most of us may think Is ting across, the Austrians paid a indicated by the Increased use of the mendous sacrllice before the machine gun tire of the Italian defenders of telephone In that vast country.- - It the western Imnk. also Is worthy of note that although Counterattacks by Italian Infantry practically the whole equipment comes and heavy Italian artillery fire have from abroad and Is to a considerable forced the enemy to retire from most extent operated by foreigners, the of his gains along the river. prices for service are much below An order found In the pockets of those to which we are accustomed In prisoners was to the ell'ect that the tliis land of high prices. .Austrians were to be at l'regauKlol, outh of Trevlso, on Saturday night. now are thousand men a being Sixty "The Austrian offensive," telegraphs killed in the war, and about l'.O men the war correspondent of the Corrlere are wounded. each of out 1,HJ0 Delia Sara, "is the most ambitious Austria has attempted in any theatre dur Oood Friday really "God's Friday" ing tliis war. Is in some parts of Europe culled "The entire weight of all her forces "lilack Friday." has been hurled against the Italians. "A thousand guns were concen trated in the Trentino agnwist a single Italian army, while l.VH) guns between the Ath-- aixl the '.reti tu gave ail example of the artillery force on the whole front. "The Austrian ulm Is 'to break through Into the Itrenta valley, over whelming the Italians in the tiurrow Frenzellu valley, enabling themselves to debouch from t'alsiu.-na- . Old Drives Renewed. "The pres.-drive is thus a re sumption of the offensive fulled In May. IDin. nml again In 11)17. The same general, Conrad von IliK'tr.en-dorfIs directing the attaek This time be hns the greatest force at his disposal that he has ever commanded.. "Nevertheless the Italian high con tiiantl Is entirely calm and composed, confident of the ultimate outcome." Almost all popular cradle songs are very old, some of them so old that, were they not familiar, they might bo considered the veriest curiosities of literature. Through nil the changes of language they have held their own upou the lips aud In the hearts of the people. From mouth to mouth they have come down through the years with an Irresistible swing of rhythm and patter and Jingle of words till they seem to have been rather a nut-urgrowth than a human Invention. In all the melodies, observes a writer, there Is a certain likeness of rhyhm with a national, 1 might tay a temperamental difference of movement and a meter from the slow assured major of the German to the wild plaintive minor of the Scotch, characterized by the short accented notes or the weirduess of the Hungarian with Its sudden changes. That these old songs should have embodied and retained the characteristics of the people among whom they originated gives them an importance which their crude" words and the elementary character of their melodies scarcely seem to warrant. The words often seem n mere meaningless Jumble, the meloily Is always within the No easy compass of home voices. doubt both express, In some siipcrnully wise way, the one unalterable sentiment of maternal love. National and Local Meat Business ni f. The meat business of the country is conducted by various agencies By small slaughter-house- s Muns Murdering Russians. Amsterdam. General Knocrzer, In telegram to General Kli bhorn. the German commander In the Ukraine, re porta, according to a message fruit, Kiev, that forces of about lO.tntO He Guard, commanded by Citech officers, have been u I most wiped out by German troops to the went of rt on llxe North Tagnnrog, a Kussinn shore of the sea of Asov. in villages By local Abattoirs or small IIjI-sliev- Packing Houses in towns both Using only a part of the local live stock supply Disloyal Editor Run Down. New York.' Jeremiah A. O'Leary, a fugitive from JuctU-- since the eve of the date set for his trial on a charge of violating the espionage act by pubh lication of matter In the periodical Itutl, and later Indicted for conspiracy to commit treason, was arrested at Sara, Wash, and ia on Ms way bink to New York In the custody of federal agents. e and Furnishing nly a part of the local demand for meat. atitl-llrltls- These slaughtering and distributing agencies fill a well denned but necessarily restricted place in the distribution of the products of live stock. But only packers liko Swift & Company, organized on a national scale, are able to undertake the service that is more vitally important, UP TO AMERICA TO WIN WAR . Dally It grows more certain that the world war Is to be fought till one side or the other Is prostrate. The war. would have been over months ago If iiusmii iiuu not cftnapseti; inii wmi treason In the czar's cabinet and lunacy nnd stupidity pervading the Itus- sln proletariat, that mighty empire of the north became nn Inert and Impotent mass at the mercy of Germany. And as for Itiissln, her fate will be determined by the world congress that will write the peace when the war Is over. It will be about the mightiest Job human statecraft ever undertook and nn Impossible Job unless Germany or the entente Is then as helpless os Ilusslit Is now. With the western front reinforced by the millions of veterans Germany had In Itussla, the German people have become as confident of victory as tli-were when the flrt gun was fired. At this moment Germany, rulers nnd people alike, feel assured as to the outcome. Tbera Is a determination to annex all of Helghim. all of France now held by the German armies and all of the possession of Itelgltim and France In Africa. Discussion Is now going on In the German pres as to the amount of the money Indemnity the enemy shall pay. Already Ilussla Is caned by the German sword. And If Germany shall succeed In her pre' ent Intentions she will be as complete mistress of the world a It now . known as the Home of Julius Cnenar was tnlstre of the world as It was known on the eve of the Chrldlan era. To make available to every consume, everywhere, in season and full supply and variety of out, meat products, of the highest standard that the market affords. Earthquakes In Italy. were Violent earth alwr-kfelt In two widely tups rated pnrts of of Salerno, Italy Saturday In the province of Campania, and In Clcliy. f Vmoidcrahl material dsmsge ratiwd In both. tendon, tn Year Book of Interesting and instructive facts sent on request. Addrens Swift ft Company, Union Steele Yards, Chicago, Illinois who ar I 4t f Telegraphers. of the r i (nnmfril union, lo Sunday there woi'd "trike railed if lb" etnpl'ii inz roro- of the Da tfi" in panie tiorial ar Ia1r trrd. Aiiptsr.lr T. pMHrt'.jns Strength To Supply Our Armies With Food. Tou men who work long hours in the fields under a blazing sun you've got to be big eaters, because your food Is your strength, and now, more than ever, your strength Is badly needed. He sure and So guard your health. watch your stomach, for in the summer time nearly all Illness can be traced to stomach and bowel Corn plaint. You, yourself, know how Ha- ble s man Is to sunstroke If he goes In the hot sun too soon after eating a meal, and also how hearty mld-dnliable he Is to sudden sttscks of stomach miseries. So cool off In the shade before going back to work. Don't take chances. Take care of yonr stomach, friend, Yon know you can't work well with your stomach out of fix. "Safety first," must be your motto, so send to your druggist snd get a big box of EAT ONIC, enough for yourself and family, and the hired folks, too. It's wonderful new compound for the quick relief of stomach and bowel mis-cries. It was originated by H. I Kra- mcr, the man who made millions of people happy with his Brut great rem- edy, Ca-- s rets. Now. all you need do Is to take a tablet or two of EATON IC after your y It's menls. good Jut Ilk eating repeating, sour stomach, and that pain ful. puffed up, bloated, lumpy feeling after eating. EA TONIC will help you ell to a puln-frestomach a sweet, stomach In fact, cool, comfortable those who take EATON1C suy It makes e them forget they have stomachs. They never dreamed that anything could bring about such quick and wonder- ful results. Don't wait until the Bumlncr sickness of stomach and bowels weakens you but start using today! Just one or two after meals; that's all. Your health your folks' health Is a mutter of vital Importance, not only to yourself, but also to the nation. And you know one can't be too careful of one's stomach and bowels during the hot spells. EATON IC only costs s cent or two s day to use It a hip, box 50 cents s, no more. Thot Is the price, and member, EATON IC Is absolutely fmar-th- e anteed to do all we clolm In fact, more. It's the best Stomach Remedy you ever used. You know yonr druggist; trust him then to make our guarantee good; If EAT0NIC falls In sny wsy, take It back; he will refund your money. If your druggist does not ke.--p It, drop as a postal and we will send It ; yon csn pay when you get It. Address Tt. I. KRAMER, rres. EA TONIC REMEDY CO, 1018 8. Wsbash Ave. Chicago. EAT-ONI- " KARINLS THIS CM1LCM 1 tS in , , ........ . Mineral. Not Nakcotk ,V t hat rI IK - AOd What is CASTORIA Castoria ii a harmlewi substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric. Drops snd Sooihin? SyTcps. It Ij tleasant It conuins neither Opium, is its guarantee. Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its For more thaa thirty rears it has been ia constant use for the relief cf Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allay ing Feveridiness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy tod fietuial sleep. The Children's Panacea Tbs Mother's Friend. ae J rcwrW"" GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Dears tho Signature of t HI r jr at x mObi In Use For Over 30 Years Eiact Cory of Vrsrpe. C re-ye- A f :fi ! TWtPrnmeUnaDtfrrtfc ft. Paul. The prrt.ent i YOUT stmuUrrfttrBcfs": l'rfdgimn. Mutt Work, Interned Uftle Village. Arfc.)ne hundred Interned Germs n and Aulrisn enemy iliens from the internment camp at Hot Springs. V C reerntly arrived bere and thy have lrren put to wirk farm la!rer on ltitatkn. n 4 LCOHOl.-4rttJS- Na Strike ANY -- even the casual ancJ QUf AlliCS ArC Depending UpOH Alien Sapolio doing its work. Scouring forUS.Marine Corps recruits. SERVICE UNDER 3 HI It JV, 121VM) for Woman's Use. Children Cry For i Atltes Get Mors Credit Wahilg1n. The tretiry on June IS r fended new credits f II7.H),') . lo Great P.rilain and ftM".'.) Peigintrl. This brought total credits to the allies to Iwludlng 1.17'MSSM fr Great Krilnio and Swift & Company. U.S. .A. POST OFFICE1 Vegetable CompFound Is Prepared For 4 never hern so pnttinslastlc alwmt American soldier as It slewed Ifwlf to be Satiinlny ttisht when nohliere In lth the soldier hnee lorries filled from ovrrwai crowd the city on OMr way to the front. The Amerlcnna were pelted with flowers and cheered as the automobiles passed dowo the main boulevards. An Obligation to the Consumer APPLY AT How Lydia E. Pinkham' Paris Acclaim American Soldiers. Paris. The people of this city have to market for slaughter. tax teoAafw Collapse of Russia Places the Burden of Eliminating the Hun on Shoulders of the Y"-k- - To purchase for spot cash all the live stock the producer may send MEDICINE Farmers ! Watch Your Stomachs In EM Weather tet An Obligation to the Producer A FAMOUS rd P-'-pp Join Now I Worse Than the Barber' Union. In the reign of F.llztlbeth every beard of a fortnight's growth was subject to a tax of tvl cents. Peter the Great. In 1705. Imposed a tax upon the beards of the Uusslan nobles of 1(H) rubles, while the common people's beurtl tax amounted to 1 kopec. This tax caused much "dissatisfaction, but In spite of this the Impost was extended to St. Petersburg In 1714. The tax on benrds was continued by Catherine I. In 172(1. by Peter II In 17-- S, by Empress Anne In 17.'U, and lu 17411 by the Empress Elizabeth. Bopp's Property Attached. candy. Enjoy the quick, surs relief kind of optimism works as It brings how almost Instantly It re- The Oakland, Cul. Itfldence property 11 eves here owned by Fran IWpp, former Ger- hard as It hope. Indigeatlon, heartburn, food- man consul at San Franclsoo and now serving a term In the federal penitentiary at McNeil Islaml. Wali, for Viorr - a "t lation of American neutrality, was attached by the federal gn eminent Saturday In a tnove to collect the fine of Set ContrT.Tt lTltiid Prsrlr In addition $11.) Imposed on of term two to bis years. involving THE MAKING OF A visit to the laboratory where thla successful remedy is made impresses looker-owith the reliability, accuracy, skill and cleanliness which attends the mulling of this great medicine for woman's ills. Over 350,000 pounds of various herbs sre used anually and all have to b gathered at the, season of the year when their natural juices and medicinal substance are at their beat The most successful solvents are used to extract the medicinal properties from these herbs. Every utensil and tank that come in contact with the medicine is sterilized and as a final precaution in cleanliness the medicine is pasteurized and sealed in sterile bottles. War-Tim- e Geography of Paris. It is the wonderful combination of The city Is bounded on the north by roots and herbs, together with the hoson south the by skill and care used in its preparation supply depots, on west airdromes. which and the has made tliis famous medicin by pitals Its principal Imports nml exports are so successful in the treatment of ills. bandages, crepe, wooden legs and colo- female The letters from women who have nre war war Its bread, products nials; been restored to health by the use of literature, faith and hope, William Lydia E. Pinkham' Vegetable Com- Iieebe In the Atlantic. are continually riound which we attest to its virtue. Soldiers' Cost High. Cutlcura Complexions. Tt costs the Canadian government It is vain to be always looking Nothing better than Cutlcura Soap $1,000 n year for each soldier put In the future ami never acting todaily and Ointment as needed to make the field. ward it. J. F. Iio.ves. the complexion clear, scalp clean and hands soft and white. For free samples address "Cutlcura, Dept. X, Boston." Sold by druggists anil by mall. Soap 25, Ointment U5 and DO. Adv. al d 1 Receive German Paper Cloth. The first sample of Herman paper cloth has reached St. Paul In the form of a paper wrapper for a (lerman helmet scut to Sergt. MnJ. A. S. Kirk-woo- d of the Ihitlsh recruiting mission as a trophy of war. The cloth resembles rather fine burlap in appearance, but on cutting the wrapper It was discovered the strands were of rolled paper. Some of these contain print. Indicating the "cloth" was made from ordinary newspaper. It Is said much of this Is being worn by tiermany's civilian population. St. Paul ' The Kind You Have Atways Bought 3!