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OR STOMACH PAIN
IN fIVt MINUIES
" Pape's Diapepsin "
Makes Sick, Sour,
Time it! In five minutes all stomach
distress will go. No indigestiou, heart
burn. sourness or belching of gas, acid,
or eructations of undigested t'ood. no
dizziness, bloating, foul breath or head
Pape's Diapepsin is note I for its
speed in regulating upset stomachs.
It is the surest, quickest and most cer
tain indigestion remedy in the whole
world, and besides it is harmless.
Millions of men and women now eat
their favorite foods without fear —they
know Pape's Diapepsin will save tliem
from any stomach misery.
Please, for your sake, get a large
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from any drug store and put your
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miserable —life is too short —you are
not here long, so make your stay agree
able. Eat what you like and digest it;
enjoy it. without dread of rebellion in
Pape's Diapepsin belongs in your
home anyway. Should one of the fam
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with them, or in of an attack of
indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis or stom
ach derangement at daytime or during
the night, it is handy to gi\e the
The Latter Are Hastily
Ghent Westward to
Troops From Dunkirk Fall to Arrive to
Reinforce the Belgians and the Ger
mans Then Capture Lille. Taking 4,-
Ijondon. Oct. 15, 5.10 A. M.— A dis
pnt-h to the Router Telegram Company
from Antwerp gives the following offi
Vial dispatrth received there from Ger
man headquarters Wednesday:
"The enemy, including part of tine
Antwerp garrison, is hastily retreating
from Ghent westward to t-he coast pur
sued by our troops. We have occupied
Lille and captured 4,500 prisoners. The
municipality informed the German com
mander that Lille was an open town but
nevertheless hostile troops were seni
rhere and ordered to hold out until a
turning movement from Dunkirk was
executed. The troops from Dunkirk
failed to arrive with the result that
during the Genuan attack the town was
slightly damaged. From tthe front in
France there is nothing new.
"Two heavv Fren ih batteries have
'been posted near the cathedral in
Rheims. Also light signals have beer
observe*! from one of the towers. The
Frein-h methn is of warfare continue
to no regard for the protection ot
Une cathedral and i' will be the fault
of the French if the beautiful building 1
fails a victim to the war
"In the eastern theatre the Rus-]
mans have been repulsed near ? nir
windt. Fast Prussia. They lost 3,000 I
prisoners, cannon and 12 ma chine t
guns. Lyek. East P-us« ,i. again in our
possession and Balia ha* been evacu-!
ated by the enemy. Farther south tlhe
Russian troops from Warsaw were de
feated and S.Otlrt prisoners and 25 guns
IF BACK HURTS
BEGIN ON SALTS
FluPh the Kidneys at Once When Back
achy or Bladder Bothers—Meat
Forms Uric Acid
No man or woman who eats meat reg
ularly can make a mistake by flushing
the kidneys occasionally; says a well
known authority. Meat forms uric acid
which clogs the kidney pores so they
sluggishly filter or strain only part of
the waste and ]«iisoiis from the blood, j
then you get sick. Nearly all rheuma
tism. headaches, liver trouble, nervous
ness, constipation, dizziness, sleepless
ness. bladder disorders come from slug- j
The moment you feel a dull ache in
the kidneys or your back hurts, or if
the urine is cloudy, offensive, full of
sediment, irregular «of passage or at
tended by a sensation of scalding, get
about four ounces of .Tad Salts from I
any reliable pharmacy ami take a table- |
spoonful in a glass of water before
breakfast for a few days and your kid
neys will then act fine. This famous!
salts is made from the acid of giapes'
and lemon juice, combined with litiiia
and has been used for generations to
flush clogged kidneys and stimulate
them to activity, also to neutralize the
acid* in urine so it no longer causes (
irritation, thus ending bladder dis- !
Jad Halts Is Inexpensive and can- j
not injure; makes a delightful effer-i
vescent lithia-water drink which all
regular meat eaters should take now
and then to keep the kidneys clean and
the blood pure, thereby avoiding serious
kidney complications. Adv.
OF sip LACS
Must Be Postponed In
Outcome of Battle in
OWN IN FRANCE
Resumption of Austro-German Offensive
in Galicia Outcome of Russia's Ac
tion in Sending Heavy Reinforce
ments to the River Niemen
London. Oct. 15. 10.05 A. M. —The
gloom which iias enveloped Kngland
since Phe fall of Antwerp has been
somewhat lightened by the news con
tained in otli ial communications that
i-he allies are more tihan holding their
own in the furious fighting along the
Franco-"Belgian border; 'but- this feeliug
| of elation has been tempered toy Hae
| growing realization that the Russian in
vasion of Silesia, wliir'h was believed to
I be imminent, must be postponed indefi
j nitely pending the outcome of the battle
in Russian Poland.
I Russia in the east seems to have
■ been compelled to follow the steps- of
i I her enemy in the west and sacrifice the
j fruits of her victories bv sending reiu
! foreements to another part of the long
i battle front. 'Phe resumption- of the
Austro-CSerman offensive in Galcia was
1 an outcome of tihe action of Russia in
' sending heavy reinforcements to the
river N'iemen, evidently under the itn
| ; ression that the German invasion of
' the Suwalki district was a real menace
and not merely a diverting movement.
The Situation at Przeaiysl
The withdrawal of Russian forces
from \\ estem Galicia, however, is re
j garde! here to be not as complete as
! first reported, for Vienna admits that
i Przemvsl is still invested on one side
I while Petrograd reports that the gar
i 1 rison of t'his fortress has been invaded
: ■ v disease and on the point, of capitula
tion. Ot'her dispatches from the Rus
■* an capital refer to activity along the
\ istula river where several attacks are
said to have been repulsed anil declare
t.'ial the great battle is probably now
ur.ler way unless the AuStrofOermar
a Ivan 'e has been hampered toy bat
Some idea of the fierceness of tthe
fighting m Western France can he gain
ed from tiic fact that fine town of Roye
now in possesion of the allies has been
taken and retaken no less than twelve
times. There is no question in the minds
| of British observers but that the fier
j man army is making desperate efforts to
reach the channel coast and the allies
are no less determined to prevent such
Speculating on German Raid
England already is speculating on tthe
(rossi ilirv of a German raid wihleli
j could only become possible if riie Ger
mans are successful in securing a base
on the voast opposite the narrow part
of the Englisli hannel. The Germans
are reported as having been turned out
of that corner of French territory whi
juts nto Belgium and having retired,
thev are said to be strongly entrenched.
This report declares that the Germans
■utende.l to iasrti oil Calais co-incident
aliv with the attack on Antwerp but
tueir efforts :i that direction appear
to have been cheeked.
Berlin report* the occupation of Lille
hut declares that ot'her than this the
Germans have nothing to re;ort from
the western front
A cording lo dispatches reaching
L>n lon typhus 'iias shown itself among
Hie Ceman trow? along the western
fron: and rumors of the outbreak of
virions other ' seases are increasing.
England is taking note of t'hese reports
by sending to the front three of her
most important medial men as an ad
visory body to co-operate with t'he reg
i uiar medical staff in t'he prevention of
War Fever Atoating in Italy
A correspondent in Italy reports that
t.he war fever in that country is afoat
, ing. even the most determined anti-Aus
trians now agreeing that no belligerer
move should l»e made before next
Tnrnc-v continues i-n a truculent mood
-.Tit trouble already may 'have begun in
the Biack sea w<here heavy firing has
been hear ! and where it is believed the
| famous German cruisers Goebon and
| Brest,'iu wliich Tiave been sold to Turkey
may have been engaging t'he Russian
Ost end is now virtually a deserted,
' city with its docks still crowded with
terror stri. ken refugees intent onlv on
, getting as far as possible from the
I scenes of suffering.
The rerpatriation of Belgian fugitives
promises to become a serious problem
both n Engiand and Holland, and t'hese
countries mav call upon the t'nifel
States to assist in t'h is work. PurHher
detachments of troojie .-ire
NOTED BRITISH PHYSICIANS
TO JOIN ARMY IN FRANCE
Ix»ndon. Oct. 15.—The "British Med
, i.-ai Journal" states that the War Of
j fice has appointed Sir loihn Rose Bra I
ford. Sir "Wilmof (Heringham and WIT
Aimroth Wright consulting physicians
with the British expeditionary force
|in Prance. The three physicians, wtio
will have the rank of colonel, will leave
England next week Breompanied bv
throe expert bacteriologists.
Field Marahal Earl Kitchener, tlie
journal says, also has decide.) to ap
• point a spe.-i.il army sanitary committee
to advise the Army Council on all oues
tions ;<>rtaining to the health of the
Supreme Effort Against Servia
i Ijondon, Oct. 15. — A dispatch from
! N"'?h. Servia, relates that, acting on the
. instiru-'tions of the German Oooeral
i Austria has concentrated on the
! banks of the Pritia fiho greatest armv
: yet sent against Servia in a supreme ef
fort to crush that country. Pierce
skirmishes already have been reported
between outposts, and a big battle is
•aid to be imminent.
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PROFESSOR RESIGNS HI
HARVARD TO SAVE LARGE
Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 15.—Hugo
! MmisteTberg, professor of psychology at. I
I Harvard University, last night said
t-hat he had offered his resignation to !
President Lowell. This action is the!
result of a letter sent by Major t lar
once U iene>r, of London, to the over
' seers of the college, to the effect that
tie would change a will by which Har
vard would receive $10,000,000, tin-I
less l'rofessor Munsterberg was dis-1
: missed from the faculty.
"'1 unwarranted pro-German utter
ances, by the famous psychologist in >
connection with the war were given hy j
Ma.ior Wiener as the reason ot his at
"I sent my resignation to President
Lowell so that there might be no em !
barrassment in the matter and that the I
j faculty might be left free to act with i
out haying to consider rav feelings,"
: said Professor Munsterberg.
I Major Wiener, a member of t.he class J
| of 1900 at Harvard, is the proprietor
lot the Wiener News Agency, Strand.
London. Kngland. He was' born in I
Philadelphia in IS7B. He attended
j Harvard one year, going to Cuba in j
I IX9I . During the next year he was
I on the staff of General Frederick D. '
j Grant in Porto Rico. In 1599 he went j
| to South Africa as a war correspond- i
| ent. Subsequently he saw stirring
service there and organized a band of i
scouts. He was eight times wounded
in South Africa. Major Wiener has
I been reputed to be immeusely wealthy.
PRIM E GEORGE. IGNORING
DOCTORS' ORDERS, SI FEERS|
Rome. Via Paris, Oct. 15, 5.4(1 A.I
j M.—According to letters received here ]
! from Servia. Prim e George, eldest son
jof King Peter, is not progressing fa- [
I vorably owing to his refusal to submit j
| :o the orders of the doctors who are!
! treating a wound he received in a re-j
j cent battle.
''town Prince Alexander, of Servia.
also was wounded in the head but his
hurt was a slight one and after it was
I dressed the Crown Priuce found it uu j
necessary to reniaiu in bed and con-j
| tinned his military work.
Spain Approves Treaty With U. S. |
Madrid, Via Paris, Oct. 15, 1.03 A.
I M.—The council of ministers has ap I
| proved the ratification of the treaty of!
arbitration between Spain and the I
•j United States.
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Grandma Kept Her Locks Dark, Glossy
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of Sage Tea and Sulphur
The old-time mixture of Sage Tea 1
| and Sulphur for darkening gray,
j streaked and faded hair is grand
j mother's treatment, and folks are again
; using it to keep their hair a good, even .
color, which is quite sensible, as we
j are living in an age when a youthful;
appearance is of the greatest ad
Nowadays, though, we don't have the ;
troublesome task of gathering the sage !
ami the inussv mixing at home. All i
drug stores sell the ready-to-use product j
called "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com- j
j pound" for about 50 cents a bottle.
! It is very popular because nobody can :
discover it has been applied. Simply'
i moisten vour comb or a soft brush with j
j it and draw this through your hair, tak- '
. ing one small strand at a time; by morn
ing the gray hair disappears, hut what
delights the ladies with Wyeth's Bage
and Sulphur is that, besides beautifully
darkening the hair after a few applica
tions. it also produces that soft lustre
and appearance of abundance which is
so attractive; besides, prevents dan
druff, itching scalp and falling hair.
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SAYS A CALAIS SCRIBE
London, Oct. 15, 3.25 A. M.—Tele
graphing Wednesday morning from Ca
lais the "Daily Chronicle's" correspon
"The position on the allies' left
wing, which is now the most important
section of the long battle line, grows
dailv more satisfactory. The fighting
nroiin i Lille has been extremely satis
factory to the allies. The Hermans
have been turned out of the semi-circu
lar positions which they held around
l.ille anil the comer of French terri
tory which .juts info Belgium there.
The Germans have been pushed as
fur as Courtai, (in Belgium, 2G miles
southwest of Ghent), where they are
entrenching. It appears that they will
make a stubborn endeavor to hold the
line of Blankenberghe, Bruges and
Courtrai. It was the German intention
to make a dash on Calais coincidental
ly with*the taking of Antwerp. In ac
cordance with this plan they advanced
in force on Montcassel and St. Omere.
"The allies' guns near Montcassel
mowed down the Germans. l>tiring the
fighting near Saint Omere a bomb from
a German aeroplane killed three persons
ami injured six others. A French aero
plane pursued the German bomb-throw
er ami killed the piiot and his compan
ion with ritle shots."
BICYCLIST RI'TT'S RI SE
(JETS GERMANS PASSAGE
Oct. 15.—The "Stand
ard's" Co|>enliagen eorres: undent
writes under date of October 7 that
the Scandinavian-American Line, which
I runs a weekly service from 'New York 1
| to 'Christiana and Copenhagen, has giv- j
I en the office in New York strict orders!
that no stowaways should be permitted I
I to get aboard the steamships at New j
i York. Greatest- care in the examina-i
! tion of birth certificates and other pa-1
II pers of their passengers is instructed in i
j order to prevent any one Who may 'fie
| long to the armies of the belligerent
j 'Powers from returning to their coun- ]
It. was discovered recently that a ;
! dozmi (Jermans boarded the steamship;
i Hell'igolaf, in New York under false
| names with the assistance of the six- |
j day (bicycle ichampion, Walter Butt. 1
Rut't is a (ierman by birtih and speaks!
I>nnish like a native, lie booked all!
; the tickets. This dhip was not stopped I
by English warships, so the trick was
i not discovered. The Germans landed in j
| Europe and made their way to Ger- j
ENGLAND DENIES STATEMENT !
AS TO WOUNDED AND MISSING.
London." Oct. 15, 1.4 5 P. M.— j
! Through the official war information!
' bureau the British government has is-!
| sued a statement denying the German j
| assertion published abroad, that al-i
though Germany since the beginning l
of the war has furnished the belliger-j
ent governments twice weekly with a'
full list of all their wounded and pris-j
oners, no news has been received by
Germany concerning the German,
wounded and prisoners.
The British foreign office states that'
it opened negotiations on August 25 j
] through the American ambassador with ]
a view to exchanging information re
gardlng prisoners of war. On receipt oft
i ] the German reply September 10, Great
Britaiu sent the first list of German j
i prisoners on September 21. The first'
'.! list supplied by the German govern-1
; ment of 'British prisoners reached thei
foreign office October 6.
GERMANS PREPARING FOR j
SECOND ADVANCE ON PARIS
liOndon, Oft. 15, 7.14 A. M. — '
"Germans arriving here," savs the
Copenhagen correspondent of the!
"Times," "state that owing to the'
failure of the Russians to make progress
against the Germans, the Germans have !
decided to immediately transfer con-j
siderable masses of troops from the'
, eastern to the western frontier for an'
advance on Paris. This transfer prob-[
ably already has begun as ordinary :
train traltic is delayed 48 hours."
From the same source the correspon
dent says he learns that there is a
large amount of sickness among the
"The plans for the occupation of
Paris drawn up by the Germans before i
the battle of the Marne," continues;
the correspondent, "contemplated a
demand for an indemnity of a billion
dollars and unless the entire sum was
paid within a fortnight, in part or in
full, equal value was to have been ta j
ken to Berlin including art works and!
libraries and retained there until full
satisfaction of the indemnity was;
Big Steel Order for Bayonets 1
Pittsburgh, Oct. 15.—An order for
5,000 tons of steel to be used in >
making bayonets was placed here yes- ,
terday by representatives of the French
government. Another steel company i
received an inquiry from representa-1
tives of the British government con- ,
cerning sheet armor plate to be used ; ,
in armoring motor cars. Several thou-;
sand tons of this plate varying in i i
thickness from three-fourths pf'an inch j:
to an inch, have been sought for daily I
in this market within the past two ! i
KAISER XA..IIES AN ADMIRAL
TO C 03131 AN I) AT ANTWERP
Paris. Oct. 15. V Havas Agency
dispatch from Banal says: • • (ienei-al
I'.arsevit has been appointed commander
of the Third German army by the Em
peror. according to intelligence reach
"Admiral VIHI Schiggcr has been as
sinned to command the naval forces at
Antwerp, (ieneral von AulTenberg, wlio
I has been ill. is to return to the front."
Amsterdam. Oct. 15. The "Metxtw
!/ei;ung" sa; s that -Ma.jilr General \ on
Hodenhansr ll, police president of Met %
has been appointed commander of the
fortress of Antiwerp.
50,000 Stretchers for the Wounded
Reading. I'a., O.t. 14. —A local firm
yesterday received a contract from the
English governmcM for 50.000 stretch
ers to be used in carrying wounded
from the field. They are to be furnish
ed at the rate of 1,000 a week. As
the contract has nearly a year to rui),
it is apparent that Great Britain does
not expect the war to end soon.
STOMACH SUFFERERS! READ THIB
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