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THE iiiiiiiiiiirtiiiiiiiiBR!iiiiaiiiflfiiii!f!!!! TIMES-NEW- NEPHI. UTAH. S. Right in Front U. S. MARINES LAND Slice Libby's Veal Loaf and garnish wuhcucumbers, watercress and (a lad dressing very temptingl STEPS TAKEN BY PRESIDENT WILSON TO PROTECT AMERICAN INTERESTS Veal Loaf with such flavorl flavored Veal Loaf perfection by Libby's expert chefs in the immaculate Libby kitchens that you will always want these chefs to make it for you. You find it so appetizing, so nutritious a meat at such little cost and trouble. Order Libby's Veal Loaf for luncheon today. Serve either hot or cold, your family will delight in it. Libby; M?N.11I Libby, Chicago Hoi Weather Poisons it The Stomach First How to Keep Your Stomach Strong, Cool and Sweet free from all thoee bad effects liable to come after a hearty meal in summer. EATONIO Tablet are hot weather proteo-tor- a tor the slomscti. Tbey ruard aceiost tb terma that lurk In the thin (a you eat and drink. Tbey rebuild listless appetltee, promote digestion by aiding proper action ol the stomach functions and Insure speedy reUel from indigestion and all stomach distress. EATON 10 is food to eat like cand y. People from all overarod grateful tcaUmouiala. Tens ol thousands are obtaining rcllcl with EATON 10 every day but the best evidence la to let yourewBSIomarh tell you the truth. Oo to your druggist and art a bit boa ol EATON IC. Ttll hlro too want It lor the prevention and aure rellrl ol atomarh and bowel disorder produced by hot weather poisons. Then II EATONIO falls to aatlafy yon-ra-t- aro It to your drurrtst. whom yon know and can trust. He will cheerfully refund your II your drucfla doesnt keep money. EATONIO drop D postal. It wul be delivered to your address and 70a can tbea H. L.. Kramer, Pre. It. Address. lor pay IblS 8. Wabssh Ave, Chicago. IU. It's: wroug to talk about a man be- WHEN HE WAXED ELOQUENT hind hit bark. Talk about him In front of his back. Phonograph Record of Juat What Mr. Smith Said Might Havs Been Interesting. . Speaking nt a dinner. Represents live Joseph J. Russell of Mlasourt re ferred to the glory of feminine fa ions sod fittingly related a little story slong that line. Recently Smith snd Jones met In restaurant, and while daintily manip ulating the abbreviated bits, their talk turned to a comparison of domestic. expenses. First It was beef, next It wbs butter, and Anally millinery came up for a few slghful remark. "You should have seen the peach of a hat my wife toted home a few day ago," said Smith. "It wan ill plumes and other embellishing things. and. after telling me that It wsa stand Ing against my account at ViO she sweetly asked me what I thought of It." "I wv," was the smiling response of Jones. "Of course yon told bet.' "Oh, yea," answered Fmlth, with a grim expression. "I simply raved over an hour." Philadelphia that hnt Evening Telegraph. Make bleaching lotion if skin is sunburned, tanned or freckled Girls! Squeeze the Juice of two lemons Into a bottle containing three ounces of Orchard White, shake well, and you have a quarter pint of the bent freckle, unburn and tan lotion, and complexion beautifier, at very, very small cost. Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of Orchard White for a few cents. Ma.wage tills sweetly fragrant lotion Into the face, neck, amis and hand each day and see how freckled, ami I hi rn, wlndhurn end tan dlsap-jK-and how clear, soft snd w hite the skin becomes. Yes I It Is harmless. Adv. nr financial straits. Guticura Ilnlr mi mm ' TTph1.1i Flies! "RaS."" Dir Kill All I Mr, a. . " sVflsati K Dwfat Ft? ,r r lass m s ear Delay aw avs I xt 'r ft Killer awewaavsk av . CW mie IwtfMTwM Fee It l,.,nV3 sn4 Hair 'livery Woman Wonts f OR PERSONAL HVCILMcv Dissolved fat sealer for d pefrie cstsrrh, wlcrst!mt and Inflammation. Pennweidew by Lydaa E. Pmkhsnt Med. Co, foe aj years. A healing wsaawee fear mis I wJitarrK, see a throe! asx) ear t-- Mat W. N. f U-- , i4 s'C Salt mm tW mm& aWiiuiki (PfSVaBsajsaji take City, fsf Iwl ALLIED FORCES PREPARING FOR MOST DESPERATE ATTACKS OF THE WORLD WAR. French, American and British Troops Have Been Busy the Paat Week in Driving Enemy Back. Italians Going Forward. Mayor of New York Meets Death en Aviation Field. New York. Mayor John Purroy Mitchell, former mayor of New York, was killed July 0, in an aviation acc! dent at Gerstner field, near Lake Charles, I a. John Turroy Mitchell's rise was typically American in Its meteoric character. He was born July 21). 1S. at Fordhain. N. Y.. and was still under 40 when checked by death In mid' career. Educated at Fordhain nnlver alty and Columbia law school, he early made a name as a fiery speaker and debater. At the age of 23 he was admitted to the bar and lour years later, after serving as t.peclal counsel to the city for several months, he became commissioner of accounts. I.ater he was chosen mayor of New York City. Former -- FUEL RATION NEXT WINTER PROBABLE DE ADMINISTRATION FUEL CLARES STRICTEST ECONOMY WILL PREVENT SHORTAGE. Warning Given That There Will Not Be Enough Household Coal Available This Winter if Last Year's Waste Continues. Washington. Formal warnlug was asiied from the office of the fuel ad ministration on July 7 that the stock of coal may be Insufficient to meet the domestic necessities during the coming winter. Only the strictest economy will see the country through the cold sou.son without suffering from luck of fuel. "There will not bo enough household coal avullable this winter If lust year's waste continues, or If unequal locul distribution is permitted," says an official bulletin from Dr. Garfield's office. This fiuul conclusion comes after a series of conservation warnings which have Inaugurated a campaign for each householder to CMre for bis own furnace, Instcud of trusting it to the care of the occasionally visiting neighborhood fire tender, whose only Interest Is In collecting his dollar atfU a quar ter a week and who fills up the furn- ce twice a day to capacity, opening up the drarts wiue ami men going away to forget It utll 12 hours have passed. Coal ratlona this winter are prac tically assured. F.ngland and r ranee both are on a fuel rationing basis. "The allowance will not be the amount used last year, but only so much as Is scientifically found suffh'lcnt to bent the house to CS degrees, providing every conservation rule is observed," "It will l.e sufsays the bulletin. ficient for comfort, but the thoughtless and wasteful consumer who finds his allowance gone before the end of the winter will have only himself to thank If be has no fuel with which to beat bis house." U Boats Increasing, Says Capelte. are In Amsterdam. Submarines SENATOR TILLMAN DEAD. rreiminir In number and duality, nc cord of Vice Admiral von Capelle, In Veteran of Twenty four Years' Service the debate In the reblistag. He unld Summons of Grim Resper. Answers reports of losses have been exacger Washington. United Slates Senaated by the allies. tor lienjsmiln It. Tllltnnn. veteran of 21 JOHN PURROY MITCHELL years' service In congress and chairman of the senate naval affair committee, ilied nt bis home here July 3 as the result of a cerebral hemorrhage. As governor of South Carolina, as a leader In the southern wing of the Iemocratlc pnrty and as an aeiive In tbt last generation's growth of the American navy. Senator Tillman bad been prominently before the public for many years. What Mads Him Laughf Senator Tillman was the eighth An lmjKrtlnent young man once memlter of the sfnnto to die aimv the United Slates enteral the war. The that women positively conld not others were: Senator Ijine of Oregon; keep a secret, whereupon a would be Neyouthful lady naturally tok Issue with Hursting, Wisconsin ; film, stating that she had kept one I'.rady, Idaho; Hughes, New vada; since she was twenty-on- . Jersey; I"rouard, Ituliaiin, and "Hut you will let It slip some day,' Stone of Missouri. said the Impertinent young man. "No. I won't." she rejoined. SPIES BUSY IN UTAH. think that when Tve kept It for twenty years I mme pretty near knowing Several Manufacturing Concerns Men' A how." aced By Fire in Warehouse. nr.-lie laughed with an air of self-sat- ! ! ;i 1'tah. t'slrg oil sutiira'ed Og'len. faction. . 1 waste p king, taken from the Journals , I . i i bores of thre freight cars. German ;j S to Speak. re believed !t have lBr,r-- l to agent . "f hear be spoke feelingly." ? out by fire the entire ruririiifnc-liirli- i wSp? "You might call It feelingly, rfe i district of Oglen. Thf? fire ,is .. a word." around ... for kept gmplrig fsavsVAt diwovcrrxj in l' Incipienry cin! early Sundny niornifg. The lt.cet,liry torrli was planted In a district In Whkh there are scleral Ma contracts. The belief of the f.lie s John Purroy Mitchell, fpfmer mayor coritsjir ts. The tw lief of Hie police is I of New York, who met death en the the Oenosn agents, or spies, niml dit the destruction of those aviation field at Lake Charles, La, rectly while in the service of tie government. plants. par-tiHpa- London. It Is assumed by expert milltury observers that the German.) are ubout ready to being another drive. the most desperate of tho war. Whatever Its magiKltudo the drive la apt to be the decisive action of the war. Whether It be on a wider front than the offensive begun May 2L when the enemy, all things considered, made his most powerful effort of tho year, or whether it be of more limited proportions, the results should determine which way the tide Is turning. The lundiug of 1,IHK).00 Americans, EXCURSION TRIP la France bas given tho ullles moro confidence than they l;nve hud nt any time (.luce last March. Although there T RAGEDY lire only U.VVHH) of our men holding ENDS sectors of the buttle front our reserves will give tho allies numerical superiority In the next bottle, it Is believed. STEAMER OVERTURNS IN THE The allies have attempted to disarILLINOIS RIVER, SCORES OF range the enemy's plans by a process PASSENGERS DROWNED. In reulily the nibbles of "nibbling." huve been rather lurgo bites. Their the Boat Ran Into Shore In Fog, Backed object has been to ascertain where enemy Is gathering his, forces, to Away and Began Sinking Imme"lumping off places" for the next diately, Excursionists Being llglils and generally to weaken the Unable to Escape. nemy. In this task French, American nnd III. rltlsh troops have been engaged. The excursion steamer I'eoria, Columbia overturned In the Illinois Southwest of Solssons the French uiade river, five miles south of here, Friday several attacks, gaining ground each time and taking hundreds of prisoners. night, scores of people who were The most pretentious nctlon of the home after a day's celebration here being drowned. The number lost past week was carried out by the Aus- is not absolutely known, being estiralluns, assisted by some companies if Americans at l.e llamel. It was mated by some as high as l'.'i. The boat jammed ugninst the 1'eorln n the nature of a surprise attack; side of the river In a fog, uud tore a Many tanks bad been assembled back huge bole In the bow of the boat. It of the lines and bad been sent forward at night. Instead, of preparing the sank almost Immediately. There were 4."0 excursionists on way with artillery fire of long duraboard the boat when It left Alfresco tion, the Australians opened fire Just Park, Peoria, on the return trip to two minutes before the Infuntry "went I'ekln. The boat ran Into the I'eoria over tho top." The bombardment from shore In a fog that was prevailing. It hundreds of guns was fast and furious, backed away and began sinking Imme- but the mnln feature of It was a bar the diately, wuter rushing In through a rage of smoke shells. KehlndInfanclouds of smoke the tanks nnd largo hole In the bow. The boat up begun sending out signals of try pressed on. The Germans keptwere steady machine gun fire, but distress and several cruft from this at random because they could city rushed to the acene of the trugedy. shooting Loss of life Is said to have resulted discern no targets. Finally, when the the Germans were largely from the panic that followed targets appeared, find to that they were op dismayed to as It on boat the began immediately of steel. It land warships posed by were rushed nurses sink. Doctors and was hopeless to combat them with to the scene from Teorla. One of the survivors said: "The the machine gun and they retreate.l steamer had three decks. I was on hastily. In Itnly the Itoman soldiers, con the upper one. On that below dancing tinued their "cleaning up' process. In occuwas going on. The bottom was the mountain region they recaptured pied principally by men who were Monte dl Valbella and the Co! del talking and smoking. after fierce fighting and took sev"I do not believe many of the per- Hsso After thousand prisoners. eral con who sons on the first two decks, In this region their positions stituted by fur the larger portion of the they attacked eastward thereof In the crowd, could have escaied. region, gained ground and Grappa We friends. with was "I chatting took many prisoners. It river. felt the boat rise out of the Csecbo-Slova(Itohemluii. The was clouded with fog. There was a operating In Sllerla are said crash. For a moment no one moved troops defeated the Germans mid to and then almost everybody rushed to theirhave the Itolshevikl. nt Yknter-Inoslav- . allies, one side of the boat. The crew and . the officers, as soon as they realized Finnish and German troops are said what was happening, cried for the pas- to be marching to attack the allies anl was but it sengers to even the load, Russians who are guarding supplies too late. The Columbia tilted and then on the Murman coast. , I was thrown suddenly overturned. Into Into the FISHERMAN ELECTROCUTED. "When I came to the snrfnee e"ple were swimming aliout. too dazed to in Millrace and know what direction to follow. The Encounters Live Wire Death. Meets Instant mist bung low above the overturned Ogden. Utah. William M. TUrne, boat, from which came a horrifying chief operator for the I'tah Power A confusion of cries for aid." Light company nt Itiversble. met death SENATOR TILLMAN Sunday In a mot singular manner. Pyrne, wilh Henry M're, another e power plant operative, entered the connected with the power plant Volts on a raft. A wire rarrjins was thrown Into the stream nnd twone fi'h came to the surmill-rac- 2) face, I V .it- - n t " F.x V:'v cx!it-guMie- Besides SnvIniWhcat ... Says Tm Savir.4 Cooking Vhen Eat V CORN ke. FLAKES EVER MeAdoe Reoains Health t'shirigtn. SfTelrr M'A'I'ia. everl ek ago w,.nf o r!ifrtii afier an sitsdi of thrfit tronWe. n r,ilr.l sdm :n5'rlor f.fTififi here Stiri1av that be has entirety re-bis henl'h. JRJ lfl No. J t n electrocuted. line. ' " 1 i Senator Benjamin R. Tillman, of South Carolina, died at Washington, July 3. Senator Tillman bad been prominently before the public for many years. Salt Lake Ceta Engineers. Destroys Tons ef Explosives. Mount I'nion. l's lire destroyed Washington. An engineers' (ruining four buildings of the Aetna Chemical 'camp. t accommodate not less lhan fmunds of tw battalions, is lr te established at company. Abont srncolton were destroyed. The loss Is K"rt Iouk1s. t'tsh. tmder authority no There csHtnited at the war dejsjirtr.ient on .y ions of life. July S. 4' $:.(. Oelay In Ms ling Checks Captained. Ufblngn. Misunderstanding of the war risk lntreice act eitf er en the part (t the enlisted men or hy Ms dependents has caused much of the delay in the mailing of monthly rlietks U allotments and allowances. tlei Walkout Called Off Upon Solicitation of Laoor Secretary Wilson. Washington. The commercial telegpostpone! raphers" strike h.is lending action by congress to give t1i president autborlry to take over tin r r BEST Into TELEGRAPH STRIKE POSTPONED. f Seventy eevert Bodies Recovered. rxflle I'eoria, III. Seventy-sevebad leen refwered Sunday night from ttto wrwlsflge of th stesmer 1'oluirvbis F.arl R. Harnewoolf. a diver, sab! more there were fully twenty-fivhrrdie p!nnel within the m r" I'yrne Jumped charged wire and ' ST OASTIES Htcd. writer to seize an ejecbi!!y large fish, nnd was stunned by the electric shock As he threw one band he sustained. cut touard the raft, he touched a ...... I mmn. spsajtvaaas - if HAIR BALSAM - STS TSI f l"t A JOHN PURROY MITCHELL KILLED DRIVE , Gimmsr . PARKER'S . Measures to protect AnierlL'iiu Interests In ltuaslii were approved by 1'reHldeut Wilson oil July 6 at an luiportuut conference at the White House. Following the conclusion of the meeting, Secretary of the Navy Daniels, who was present, con firmed the reports that American murines had been landed at Vladivostok to protect the A morion n consulate at that tiuortaut Siberian seaport. Official Washington la full of rumors concerning Important announcements to come. Attaches of the enleute em bassies who have been most active In urging American approval of a general allied military Intervention In Wash ington, were frankly In the dark as to the decisions. If any, that were reached at the conference. Although It Is conceded that the altuatlon at Vladivostok, where the n Czechoslovak forces have taken and where huge stores of military supplies are piled up, la the most pressing for the numieiit, the vital spot Is declared to be the Murmansk peninsula, ubout which neither Secretary Daniels nor any of those present at the White House meeting would dis cuss. Drive a Wedge. Secretary Daniels refused either to affirm or deny that the Amerlcun marine or bluejackets have landed at Kolu In the Murmansk region to assist In the protection of the Murmansk railway. It Is through this region, allied military experts in Washlugton Insist, thst Germany with the aid of Oermnnlicd Finland, proposed to drive one of the wedgea by which she means to cut off Western Russia from all outside aid. The other wedge. It is declared, she means to drive through from the I'krulne. v si.as.es. a a tumta ssNstas, as - at- K Ml - GERMAN ; k New-lands- Promotes ' mstb's sSfe i fr A man's crookedness often gets him lnt &$l' Washington. THIS delicately with such TAKES OFF TAN Ti'S Forcea Have Taken Poaaeaalon of Military Affalra, la Moat Pressing for Moment Czecho-Slova- LEMON JUICE w4r Atttofil ',;,y at Vladivostok, Where the Situation Ilot weather always start those qoick chemical changes which pro auce poisons in meats, fish, fruits, vegetables, milk and food products. Such summer poisons in foods not only maks well stomachs sick but develop with dangerous rapidity in aensative, sick or ailing stomachs and bowels. These poisons not only generate gases and fluids which cauae that bloated, lumpy feeling, heartburn, sour stomach, belcLing.acitlity, but endless other stomach and bowel miseries. A sure, safe, quick acting relief bas been found which absorbs and neutralizes these poisons, too much acid and harmful gaees. EATONIO Tablets, one ortwo taken after every meal, will keep your etomach sweet. You will have a good appetite to eat what 70a like, when you wect it and be 1 HARBOR EXPECT ANOTHER Unrest In South Africa. Pretoria. Premier f Jot ha of the I'ninn of South Africa bas Issued a ' statement showing f Tint serious nnrest Strong police ' evi?s In SonUi Africa, . . an'I military measures are oeing iKen situation. with the to coj-j Action to this r!THt came late Sunday ricning after Secretary of Wilson at the Instance .f President l r ('" "f WIIon bad tuade S. J. Kmienkiiinp, internaliottdl president of the Commercial Telegraphers six-cin- union. Revolutionists March on Kiev, . revoAn army of T.V lutionary troops bas begun a march on Kiev, according to delated dipal! lies rwiivd here from that city, fjer-maforces ure retreating l fore t In rdvmice. Mos-ow- ti Smokeless Day Suggested. The lrecon prohibition Portland. party adoptel resolutims enlMng on ail men o observe one "smokelrws dsy'' each wev-- and to donate the cigar and tobacco money saved on tbnt day to the Ped Crss.