The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 3, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 24, 1915 Page: 3 of 8
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THE BEAVER HERALD REAVER OKLAHOMA
(Conducted by the National Woman's
Christian Temperance Union.)
FROM MANY YVITNE88ES.
In summing up a complete refuta-
tion of the statements sent out by the
National Wholesale Liquor Dealers as-
sociation In an article on "Facts About
Prohibition in Kansas" Governor Ar-
thur Capper says:
Let ua call the witnesses and seo
what they think of prohibition in
Kansas. If anyone should know they
should know for they llvo with It and
The governor of Kansas says pro-
hibition Is a creat success.
Every stato official who has spoken
out says prohibition succeeds.
More than 700 editor and newspa-
per men of Kansas In state conven-
tion unanimously endorsed prohibi-
tion. Every political party in Kansas fa-
vors the prohibition law.
No minister has over opened his
mouth In favor of return cf license;
neither nab any schoolteacher.
The president 0f Kansas Retailers
says prohibition pays.
Tho president of tho State Hankers'
association believes that prohibition
la a tremendous asset to Kansas.
Ono hundred and sixty-six bankers
have filed their testimony in favor of
tho law with the Temperance society
of the Methodist Episcopal church
and only six could bo found In all tho
state who doubted the wisdom of this
The president of tho Kansas Medi-
cal society believes In prohibition.
The president of tho Commercial
clubs of Kansas has said that prohibi-
tion has added real valuo to every
acre of Kansas land.
The supreme court has testified In
the following strong language to the
benefits of the prohibition law:
"Tho prohibitory law is well en-
forced throughout the Btato. It 1b as
generally well enforced as any other
criminal law. The enforcement of the
law distinctly promotes social welfare
and reduces to a minimum economic
waste consequent upon the liquor traf-
flco and allied evils. The saloonkeeper
and bis comrades have been excluded
from effectlva participation In the poli-
tics of tho state."
And to completely settle the ques-
tion for all time the legislature of
Kansas not by a majority but unan-
imously passed at its last session a
concurrent resolution affirming In no
uncertain language Its belief in tho ad-
vantage of prohibition.
FOR WHAT OTHER PURPOSE?
"The moving picture show has be-
come a powerful factor in arousing the
prejudice of thoughtless and weak-
minded people against the liquor In-
terests and particularly against the
saloon" says the Liberal Advocato a
liquor dealers' organ.
"In virtually every blood and thun-
der and crime film produced thero 1b
sure to be a scene depicting a bunch
of lowbrows plotting some villainy
from burglary to murder while lick-
ing up liberal libations of liquor to
give them tho proper amount of cour-
age to accomplish their deed.
"Each day thousands of these films
are portrayed to millions of men
women and children in every part of
the country and those who know no
better and many who ought to know
better soon becoome Imbued with the
belief that liquor is only manufactured
and saloons established for the pur
pose of Increasing lawlessness and
crime." . .
PAY8 NOTHING BACK.
This from Billy Sunday:
"The saloon comes as near being a
rat hole for a wage earner to dump
his wages In as anything you can find.
The only Interest it pays Is red eyes
and foul breath and the loss of health.
You go In with money and you come
out with empty pockets. You go In
with character and you come out ru-
ined. You go in with a good position
and you lose it. You loso your posi-
tion In tho bank or In the cab of tho
locomotive. And tho saloon pays noth-
ing back but disease and damnation
nnd gives an oxtra dividend In delir-
ium tremens and a free pass to per-
dition. And then it will let your wife
be burled in the potter's field and
your children go to tho asylum and
yet you walk out and say that the
saloon Is a good Institution when it
Is tho dirtiest thing on earth. Jt
hasn't ono leg to stand on and has
nothing to commend it to a decent
man not one thing." .-
BILL BOARDS IN LINE.
By Its action In refusing to accept
further advertising contracts for whis-
ky or distilled and spirituous liquors
the members of tho Poster Advertis-
ing association place themsolves In
line with the 620 daily newspapers
nnd scores of.raagazines in the United
States whose columns are closed to all
An ordinance has been ndoptcd In
Hoopeston 111. providing that any
member of tho city council mayor or
any other city official who when In
Hoopeston drinks intoxicants shall
. bo removed from office.
WATER FOR CHRI8TENING
That water from tho first flow over
the spillways or the great Itoosevelt
dam in Arizona will bo used to chris-
ten the launching of the new battle-
ship ArUona Is the decree of Governor
AMERICAN LABOR BEST
FACT THAT EMPLOYERS ARE
QUICK TO RECOGNIZE.
Foreman Makes Assertion That the
Fastest Workmen Are Fflund In
New York Plasterers Men-
tioned as a Case In Point.
"I can readily understand" said an
employer of labor "that the Glasgow
strlko was as it Is reported caused
by American workmon speeding up
the machines and so turning out more
work than their British fellowB; also
that their superior garments worn
whllo going to and from tho shops
caused somo dissatisfaction to the
soma people. Without going Into the
psychology or sociology of tho situa
tion every employer in this country
recognizes the fact
"I do not mean however that every
best workman Is a native son. Far
from It. Some of the best were born
In other countries but they learned
their trades hero or arrived from their
homo lands before they had becomo
settled In their habits of labor.
Thrown among fast workers they de-
velop the same speed of operation and
becomo fine examples of American
"And of all America tho city of New
York turns out tho best and fastest
of tho skilled labor Whllo on my
way to Detroit recently I met in the
smoking compartment of the Pullman
car a German foreman of plasterers
and got into conversation with him.
He was going to the samo city to take
chargo of a gang of Now York plas-
terers who had been sent there to
work on a mansion that was being
built by a wealthy man.
"I asked him why his firm sent men
from New York to Detroit paying
their traveling expenses Instead of
selecting men In that city and ha told
me it was because they could do the
work much better and much faster
He himself he said had been sent to
a number of other' cities during his
experience ob a foreman and had
never been able to secure from local
talont the samo efficiency he could
from a Now Yorker.
'"If you want to get tho same
amount of work from them' he said
'you have to keep driving them all the
time. What is an ordinary day's stint
for a New York plasterer Is at least
top speed for the outsider. As a rulo
when ho Is forced to keep up such a
rapid gait ho doesn't do the work
well nnd sometimes It has to bo done
all over again. Thero Is no profit In
"I asked him how the American
workman compared with his fellow
from European countries.
" 'Well' he answered 'I have a good
many foreigners under me from ono
year to another; they aro not all born
hero. Neither was I. Naturally I
would favor Germans all other things
being equal but the foreigner no mat-
ter what his nationality who comes to
this country a skilled laborer already
can never compare with his brother
let us say who emigrated In his youth.
He cannot catch up. He makes sev-
eral motlonB where his brother makes
ono to accomplish thb same thing and
so loses tlmo."
New Shoes Saved British.
Chiropodists in uniform as a neces-
sary and honored part of tho British
arms is proposed by a London paper
inspired by tho marching record of a
Lancashire regiment which boasts of
a well-known chiropodist among Its
ranks. This regiment has made the
hardest practice marches without a
man dropping out. The reason is tho
fine shape the regimental feet are In.
Detached from the humdrum routine
of duty the soldlor-chlropodlst spends
his jay peeling end paring. If every
regtmenf had the same "advantage
such things sb retreats from Mons
might be made without discomfort.
Besides the thing which saved the
British on that occasion was the bad
state of tho German feet duo to now
boots. The National Society of Chi-
ropodists which has a clinic In Lon-
don for the free treatment of soldiers
and sailors Is enthusiastic over the
Idea of a chiropodist corps wearing
khaki and bearing tho corn and razor
or some other appropriate insignia on
Lived Long Under Water.
A resuscitating machine such as Is
used by the United States government
In mine-rescue work recently kept a
young womarr alive under water for
ono hour and ten minutes.
This remarkable feat was performed
during the session of the safety and
sanitation exposition in Now York.
Conducted under tho direction of n for-
mer surgeon of the United States bu-
reau of mines the test was performed
for the purpose of Illustrating tho effi-
cteiicy of mechanical respiration.
Tho breathing mask which has a
double rubber tube extending to a
hand-operated lung apparatus was
strapped over tho girl's nose nnd
mouth and sho was then placed In a
large glass-front tank.
Though submerged for one hour and
ten minutes sho did no breathing of
her own accord.
Making Flags of Wool.
Flags used in tho American navy
bavo hitherto been made of Imported
wool. A new process of carding and
weaving American cotton 1b- being put
to the test on two revenue cuttera
and it is believed by tho Inventors
that the cotton flags so made will bo
superior to tho old ones In that they
will not tray so quickly.
Backache Spells Danger
Census records show that deaths from
kidney disorders have lnrrraed 72 in
20 years. People can't seem to realize
that the first pain In the back the first
disorder of the urine demands instant
attention that It may be a signal of
coming gravel dropsy or fatal Bright's
disease. The best prevention of serious
kidney disorders is prompt treatment
the best medicine U Doan's Kidney
An Oklahoma Case
h. v u. ...it...
tftf a Unln
trouble had me In
Ua erasp (or many
long years. The
trouble got so se-
vere that I couldn't
fret much rest The
osa of sleep made
mo extremely nerv-
ous. I also had
much trouble from
tho kidney secre-
tions. Doan's Kid-
r.ey Pills were the only remedy that
helped me and continued use rid me
of the trouble."
Cat Doan'e at Anr Slor.. BOo Dos
FOSTER-M1LDURN CO BUFFALO. N. Y.
IF YOU IIAYEX
no appetite In-Utcttlon I'latulrnce Sick
Headache 'all run down" or loalng flesh you
luitwhat you need. They tone up the weak
stomach and build up th tlajglnc enrrglce.
Satan and the Cerulean Deep.
"I'm in a quandary."
"1 have two invitations to dinner
and I can't decide "
"Which one to accept?"
"No which one to refuse. Ono is
to a home where a young lady has
Just come home from a piano con-
servatory and tho other Is where a
five-year-old boy knows a lot of reci-
tations." Farm Life.
KANSANS TELL HOW
TO KEEP HEALTHY
Hundreds of Kansans can tell
stories of the recovery of health aftor
years of suffering with stomach ail-
ments. A remarkable remedy now
known all over the country for the
wonderful results It produces is In
dally use in Kansas homes.
This unusual remedy proves Its
merit with the very first dose its ubb
does not involve a long treatment. It
Is known as Mayr's Wonderful Rem-
edy. Here are extracts from tho let-
ters of two Kansans:
MRS. FRED NIEHUES Kelly Knn.
"I have Just completed the full
course of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy.
I have the best of appetite sleep well
feel good and can do a hard day's
work without feeling the least bit
ELMER BARNES. Klngsdown Kan.
"I have tried two bottles and I am
feeling better than for years but that
Is nothing to what it has done for my
wife. Her complexion has cleared
and she no longer has those dizzy
Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives per-
manent results for stomach liver and
Intestinal ailments. Eat as much and
whatever you like. No more distress
after eating pressure of gas in the
stomach and around the heart. Get one
bottle of your druggist now and try it
on an absolute guarantee If not satis-
factory money will be returned Adv.
Sarcasm In the Box.
Judge Then when your wife seized
the weapon you ran out of the house?
Plaintiff Yes sir.
Judge But she might not have used
Plaintiff True your honor. Maybe
she picked up the flattron Just to
smooth things over.
CLEAN SWEET SCALP
May Be Kept So by Cuticura Soap
nd Ointment Trial Free.
To havo good hair clear the scalp
of dandruff and Itching with shampoos
of Cuticura Soap and touches of Cuti-
cura Ointment to dandruff spots and
Itching Nothing better than these
pure fragrant supercreamy emol-
lients for skin and scalp troubles.
Sample each free by mall with Skin
Rook. 'Address Cuticura Dept. XY
Boston. Sold everywhere. Adv.
"What's the dlffereilco between n
politician and a statesman?"
"I figure it this way A politician
has to wear a slouch hat and a string
tie. But a statesman is sufficiently
sure of his Job to feel that he can play
golf without offending the. plain peo-
ple." Happy (s the home where Red Cross
Ball blue is used. Sure to please. All
A Bad Guess. .
Panhandler Mister I appeal to
Posser-by Not In tho least bo I Ex-
cuse my dustl Puck.
Keep Hanford's Balsam in your sta-
More So Than the Panama.
Blx Which do you consider tho
most Important canal In tho world?
Dlx The alimentary is to me.
Wheat and Other Grains Have
jHad an Excellent Start
Tho seeding of spring wheat was
pretty general this spring about 7th
of April or about as early as in Illinois
and Iowa. Oats and barley followed.
Information Is to hand that on first
of May all seeding was practically fin-
ished. Farmers will now be busy at
their breaking and tho land for sum-
mer fallow will bo entered upon. Some
who did not get their land prepared
last fall will be later than tho others
but as tho spring in Western Canada
has been very open they will be only
a few days later. At tho tlmo of
writing rain would bo welcome but
at Bcedlng time tho ground contained
a splendid lot of moisture and tho
lack of rain at tho present tlmo will
not bo serious. Tho number of farm-
ers who havo gono into the raising of
emtio has been considerably in-
creased and tho preparation for ox-
tcnslvo cultivated grass pastures Is
In evidence overywhere. Tho culti-
vation of fodder corn is being largely
entered upon In Manitoba thero be-
ing upwards of 25000 acres In corn.
In Saskatchewan thero will bo o
large Increase in tho area planted and
In Alberta many of the more progres-
sive farmers are taking hold of It.
The yield varies according to tho cul-
tivation it receives and runs from
flvo to nine tons per aero. In somo
portions of Manitoba wbcro it has
been poor for somo years success has
been achieved In ripening and it is
expected that a variety will soon be
developed that will provido seed tor
the entire West that will at an early
date give to Westers Canada a fame
for tho growing of a marketable corn
equal to that It has now for the
growth of smaller cereals
A trip through Western Canada re-
veals field after field of alfalfa tho
growth of which In any portion of
the country is now absolutely assured.
When theso facts are mado known. to
tho farmers of tho corn and alfalfa
growing states where their valuo as
wealth makers is so well known thero
will bo no hesitancy in taking advan-
tage of tho splendid gift of 1C0 acres
of land mado by tho Government of
the Dominion of Canada where equal
opportunities aro offered. Besides
these freo grant lands there are tho
lands of somo of tho railway com-
panies and largo land companies that
may bo had at low prices and on
reasonable terms. During tho month
of February a largo number of In-
quiries were received asking for farm
An encouraging feature of the farm
land situation In Canada Is the largo
percentage of sales made to settlers
In tho country who desire to Increase
their holdings or to others who will
take up farming in placo of different
occupations previously followed. Ad-
vertisement. Few Sailors Row or Swim.
A survivor from ono of the tor-
pedoed ships says: "We had no men
In our boat who could row. I had nev-
er rowed a boat before but I can do
so now." The Bmallness of the num-
ber of men In our mercantile marlno
who can handle a rowboat would
surprise the majority of people and
those who can handle a sail are an
even smaller band. They get almost
no opportunity of learning. As for
swimming very few are experts and
battalions of them cannot swim a
stroke. Just last summer I sailed
with a British cargo boat officered by
nonswtmmers and having on board
only four men In all who believed
that unaided they could keep them-
selves afloat. London Chronicle.
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CABTOIIIA. a safe and sure remedy for
Infants and children and see that It
Signature of Q!a0!&&U
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Children Cry f or Fletcher's Caatoria
Out of 57000000 animals Inspected
In the last year 533000 were found to
be infected with tuberculosis and hog
cholera and cattlo tick havo coBt tho
producer anywhere from $100000000
to 1150000000 In a single year.
iol'ii own nnuonisT will tm.i you
Try Marina rije Aeuedr for lied Weak. Water?
Krea and arannlated Hjelldi: No omanlne
IQkt Kre comfort. Wrlto for hook of the l)e
j mall Krae. Marine Hje Itemed Co.. Chicago.
"Human nature presents queer con-
trasts." "For Instance?"
"Men who have a sunny disposition
and a shady character."
No Great Wealth.
Tom She has a wealth of hair.
Bess Ob I don't know. You can
buy tboso switches new for $0.
For wire cuts use Hanford's Balsam.
Somo people are vain because of
oatn sf Uioio ugly grizzly gray halro. Uaa "LA
MACHINE TO TEACH MUSIC
After-School Practice Hours May De
Lightened as Result of New
As tho result of a system of mu-
sical tlino-recordlng records for talk-
ing machines lately devised by Jules
Louis-Bison of Far Itocknway N. Y.
tho prospect of after-school practice
hours on the piano stool may be light-
ened for Juvcnllo music students.
The principles contained In whnt
his Inventor tcrmB his "scenario" mny
be Interpreted on six double-disk talk-
ing machine records or tho same re-
sult may bo obtained in a ""condensed
form by combining all of tho muslcnl
counting or time recording on ono
On ono side of tho record are ex-
amples cited by the Instructor In oral
text; on tho other side Is tho oral
count of beats as 1 2; 1 2 3; 1 2
3. 4 etc. A concluding specimen of
tho oral Instruction text Is ns fol
lows: "For example lot us tnko tho
Presto form (tho record plays 12
bars). Now when you consult the
printed music jou will notlco that tho
quarter ur O (as It Is printed) Is
barred. This serves to Indlcnto that
one should count In two. Tho record
now sings as n tencher docs tho pre-
viously played bnrs of tho Prceto om-
plinBlzIng the count; 1 2; I 3. Thank
Stick to Your Intentions.
Don't put oil getting Hanford's Bal-
sam of Myrrh until something hap-
pens. Got It now and bo prepared for
accidents. You will find frequent use
for it In your homo and In your stable
for cuts burns bruises and any sort)
any lameness. Adv.
Money From Snakes.
Lewis Anthony well-known Wnro
farmer expects to tako logal action
against a negro named John Ham-
mond because tho negro killed a lnrga
rattlesnake on Mr. Anthony's farm ac-
cording to a Waycross (On.) corre-
spondent of the New York Sun.
Mr. Anthony catches all snakes in
his settlement nnd sells them and he
figures that tho negro has caused him
a Iosb of at leaBt $1 in killing tho rat-
tler. Hammond was working near Mr.
Anthony'e farm and when ho Baw
a rattler he lost no tlmo in getting
it out of the way. Tho snake had
thirteen rattles and a button.
ALLEN'S FOOT-EABE fur Mi TllOOrS
Over 100.0(0 package of Allen's Foot-Eaae the
autlaeplto puwder toabakelitoyourboeaare
being ukiI by the Oerman and Allied troop at
the Front becnuee It reata tue feet give in-
stant relief toCoroandDunlonsbotawollen
aching lender feet and make walking ;
Bold ererjnhere.SKc. Try It TODAY. lon't
accept an substitute. Adr.
Not Seen Dead.
Mrs. Styles This paper says eagles
and parrots are among tho longest
lived of birds.
Mr. Styles Come to think of It I
guess that's correct I never seo 'em
on women's hats.
For genuine comfort and lasting pleas-
ure use Ited Cross Ball Blue on wash day.
All good grocers. Adv.
"I havo broken down from over-
work doctor. Whnt cure would you
"A slnecuro; threo dollars please."
Get It to tho bottom of tho affected
The Direct Cause.
"Why do you wont to get divorced?"
"Becouso I'm married."
For thrush uso Hanford's Balsam.
A man's ideal flguro usually has a
dollar mark in front of It.
to Feed the World'
The war's (earful devastation
crops tuts caused an unusual demand for eraln
from the American Continent. The
world must be fed and there is an unusual demand
for Canadian wheat. Canada's Invitation to every
industrious American Is therefore especially attrac-
tive. She wants farmers to make money and happy
prosperous homes for themselves while helping her
to raise immense wheat crops.
You can get a Homestead of 160 acres FREE and
other lands can be bought at remarkably low prices. Thick of the money you
can make with wheat at its present high prices where for some time it is lia-
ble to continue. During many years Canadian wheat fields have averaged 20
bushels to the acre many yields as high as 45 bushels to the acre. Wonderful
crops also of Oals Barley and Flax.
Mixed farming is fully as profitable an Industry as eraln raising. The excel-
lent grassesfuil of nutrition.aie th only food required either for beef or dairy
pilposes. uooa scaoois markets
Mllltiry service is not compulsory
tion and no war tax on tanas.
Write (or literature set particulars as to redoced railway rates to
HV jRpRw taw.wiiim.uKMCin.aia. ftf&i
"Vtt&J ' Canadian Government Agents rfWl.1sa
(Dfx U l)dj
CREOLE" HAIR DRESHNS. PRICE tl.00 retalL
CASE of Mrs. HAM
Declares Lydia E. Pinkham's
Saved Her Life
Shamrock. Mn. "I f1 tr Jnh.
to tell the public the condition of my
ncaith before using
your medicine. I had
tion nnd congestion
pains In both sides
backaches and bear
ing down pains wo
short of memory
nights and had
neither strength nop
energy. There was always a fear and
dread in my mind I had cold nervous
wenk spells hot flashes over my body.
1 had a place In my right sldo that was
so soro that I could hardly bear the
weight of my clothes. I tried medicines
and doctors but they did me little good
and I nover expected to got out again.
1 got Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound nnd Blood Purifier nnd I cer-
tainly would havo been in gravo or in an
asylum if your medicines had not saved
me. But now I can work all day sleep
well at night cat anything I want have
no hot flashes or weak nervous spells.
All pains aches fears and dreads are
gone my house children and husband
ore no longer neglected as I am almost
entirely free of tho bad symptoms I had
beforo taking your remedies and all is
pleasure and happiness In my home."
Mrs. Josib Ham R. F. D. 1 Box 22
If you want Rpcclai nclvlco wrlto
Lydia K. Plnklinm Mcdlclno Co.
(confidential) Lynn Mass
Flaw In the Argument
"Don't you think that idiots should
bo chloroformed at birth?" asked the
"It wouldn't be prnctlcnl" replied
tho student of human nature. "Most
of them do not show It until after they
Mado slnco 1810 Hanford's Balsam.
Any woman can manage a man II
sho can only prevent him from know
j The General Says:
rS Von can bar tha.mou dnrabl roofing In
m tho wurld at a price that Is naaonaul It you
B loiliton c
1M stiAtmum MsiA
5 Tour local hardware or lnmbor dealer ran R
m aupplyroa wlthCrtalntd Hoof Ins.
'A Guaranteed a 10 or U reara according Co P2
the thlcannu. Dunl accept a KHWola 9
f GENERAL ROOFING MFC. CO. 4
DAISY FLY KILLER KS? "rfti.
Sltt. "Ml clean or.
ebMu. Last all
natal eantrplll or tl
oreri wlU not eol off
ipreae paid far SI .as.
AtoLD SOatltS IIS Sa Stalk Are. BrMklra. a. T.
SUDAN Graaa choice pure dependable eeed.
Special price caah In advance only- lie 1st
Ibe. f. a b. Lubbock Tei. Mutual Trading Co.
W. N. U. WICHITA NO. 22-1915.
people of the
convenient Climate excellent
in Canada. There is no conscrip
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Cures th alck and acta as a preventive for other. Liquid glrjn on th
tongue. Safe for brood marc and all others. Deat kidney remedy; SO and
II a bottle) 15 and S10 a doien. Sold by all drug-gUt nd hora roods
houses or sent ipres paid by th manufacturer.
SPOIIN MEDICAL CO. Chemlsls. GOSHEN INDIANA
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