The commoner. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-1923, January 01, 1921, Page 16, Image 16

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The Commoner
VOL.21, NO
YOtl TOUnalf ldri!0Sw Alra.rl
I UMiposl- P "" Sold
ISO to iuo a woo i wun men. nuswinni '.
umblllous fellow, anxious to raako money, who art
WllUtlC to WONC WlUl TOO. no lor roo, um tmuj ".
Are you mat khiut i want you w auTcriwo, boh
.r,.lnt inn. I imnia tnr llm titrrMit. mrrnt aensttlonai
DATI1 TUB. DemonitratlnB Tub Furnlihed. Ilere'i
a truly wonderful intention nothing UUo It Mali
instant appeal. OCll emu. unua eTcry uuiuo
modem, up-toclt bathroom in any part of the
house, No piummnir, no wauir-wona necucu. uuiui
in email ntl hkml na umlirnlla. RMr.nmntvtnr.
posItlreJy unle'aKable. Absolutely Ktiarantcod for 10
year. Homemuer, ruiiy vu por ecru oi oror hbtc
110 uauirooras. woro man v,uuu Riroauy ouiu.
FREE Dimonstratlng Tub FREE
Threo nalen a day mrana J90 a ueolc Breeze of
Idaho, mado $100 profit in 80 days. Iter. Otto
HnimiKA. aid., eat si.uuu lo umo. uurwioiucr,
Mont., ordora (1,073 In 17 days. Jlnmllnton of
Wyo mado G0 first two daya. Hundred like
tliot ricasant. permanent, fawlnatlnir work. Write a
post card. Let me wrlto you a lonir letter. No export
eneo needed, no capital, Your credit Is good If you
mean Inulncw. But you must Ira nmMtloua, you must
rrant lo mako money. That' all. Wrlto a postcard
now. I want to pay you ?83 to ?iou orcry wcex.
34Factar!cA Ilnlldlnsr Toledo. Ohio
Rupture Kills
7,000 Annually
Sovon thou and persona each year are laid
tawfty tho burial coi'tKlcatu being marked
t uRUptnro." "Why? BeciuiBO the uuforttnmto
ones had neglected themselves or had been
merely taking caro of tho sign (iwollliiR) of the
nffltotlon aim paying no attention to tho causo.
"What aro you doing? Aro you ncglootinp;
youraolf by wearing a truss, avpllnnco, or
whatever namo you choooo to call itV At best,
tho triiflo is only a mukuahift a fnlao prop
ncalnat a collansinR wall and cannot bo cz
peotod to act ntnuoro than a more mechanical
aupport. Tho binding pressure returds blood
circulation, thuo robbing tho weakened
muBolos of that which they need mo9t
But science Iiaq found a way, and every truss
sufforor in tho land is invited to make a FttEE
teat right in tho prlvucy of their own home.
The PLAPAO metliod is unquestionably the
vtnost sciontiflo, loelcal and successful self
treatment for rupturo tho world has ever
Tho PLAPAO'PAD when adhoring olosoly
to tho body cannot possibly slip or Bhift out
of plnco, therefore, cannot chafe or pinch.
8oft as velvot easy to apply inexpensive. To
bo used whilst yon work and whilst you sleep.
No straps, buckles or springs attached.
Learn how to cloao tho hernial open
ing as nature intended so the rupturo
CAN'T como clown. Send your name to
day to PLAPAO CO., Block 4040. St.
Louis, Mo., for FREE trial, Plapao and
tho information necessary.
If you are sick and want to Gof Well
and Keep Well, write for literature
that tolls How and Why this almost
unknown and wondorful now element
brings rollof to so many sufferers
from' Rheumatism, Sciatica, Gout.
Nfeuritis, Neuralgia, Nervous Prostra
tion, High Blood Pressure and diseases
of tho stomach. Heart, Lungs, Liver, Kid
neys and other allinents. You wear
Deguen'suadlo-ActlveSolar Pad da and
night, receiving tho Radio-Actlvo Rays
continuously Into your system, caus
ing n healthy circulation, overcoming
sluggishness, throwing off impurities
and restoring the tissues and nerves
to a normal condition and the next
thing you know you aro getting well
Sold on a test proposition. You are
. thoroughly satisfied it is helping you
before the, applianco is yours Noth
ing to do but wear it. No trouble or
expense, and tho most wonderful fact
.about tho appliance is that it is sold
so reasonable that it is within the
reach pt all, both rich and poor.
No matter how bad your ailment or
how long standing, we will be pleased
to havo yoU.try it at. our risk,. For
full Information write today not to
morrow. Radium Appliance Co. 183
Bradbury BIdg;. Los Angeles; Calif
Pennsylvania, second state In popu
lation, was fourth In the total yoto
nnat nn Mnvomhfll 2. TllO NOW YOfk
"World's" unofficial tabulation from
reliable sources shows that two states
Illinois and Ohio which have mil
lions of citizens less than this com
monwealth, cast hundreds of thou
sands more ballots. New York's
total presidential vote was 3,365,410,
Illinois polled 2,120,468; Ohio, 2,
019,500; Pennsylvania, 1,849,992.
Tho discrepancy is everi more
astounding when reduced to percent
ages. Ohio's vote was 35 per cent of
thepopluationj that of Illinois 33 per
cent; that of New York 32 per cent;
Indiana, eleventh in population,
polled 43 per cent of its citizens,
leading the procession easily. Only
21 per cent of Pennsylvania's citi
zens voted! Let citizenship workers
Of course it is easy to account for
tho heavy vote in Indiana by the in
tense interest aroused by the battle
for tho sonatorship. The bitter fac
tional fight in Illinois brought hun
dreds of thousands of lethargic vot
ers to the booths. New York was ex
c ted by the stirring campaign for the
governorship. Ohio waxed warm be
cause the residence of the two lead
ing presidential ..spirants made it the
The New York "Herald" develops
the same theory in a more general
manner. Comparing the 1916 and
1920 vote in eleven states in which
women voted for Presidential elect
ors four years ago, it shows a marked
falling off in the total count. In these
states the vote of 1920 was less than!
97 per cent of that of 1916. The
"Herald" fails to include'" in its list
Illiifois, in which women voted in
loth years, but the loss of 72,229 in
votes cast in that state does not af
fect the percentage. In the 12 stateb
enumerated Arizona,
voted .3 3; ,New York voted 32; Penn
sylvama voted zi.
It is time for Pennsylvania
Whether Pennsylvania votes Re
publican or Democratic in the long
run may be comparatively unimport
ant, It is desperately important that
Pennsylvania vote. The only surety
nt n ilnmndMPV lann intfilflcrfint find
awakened citizenship. Pittsburgh
A Real Geniuiie
Victor Victrola
The report of the Chicago asso
ciation of commerce on the ques
tion of a waterway connecting the
Great Lakes with the Ohio -river
deserves careful attention. The prac
ticability of the scheme in general,
and the particular route to be chosen,
are both under investigation by .the
board of United States engineers.
The association of commerce com
mittee, after careful consideration,
leans strongly toward an advocacy
of the project known as the Cin-cinnati-Ohicago-Toledo
Barge Canal.
From the Ohio at Cincinnati it runs
through Hamilton, Middleton, Day
ton and Defiance to Lake Erie at
Toledo. From Defiance another canal
strikes west through Fort Wayne to
Lake Michigan at Michigan City.
This canal would not only offer
cheap, direct transportation south for
Great Lakes shipments in general-,
permitting Detroit, for instance, to
snip on barges which could without
difficulty be taken through protected
waters to Toledo, but it would- open
an avenue from Chicago to Cin
cinnati And Louisville of inestimable
value. Again, millions of tons of
eastern Kentucky and West Virginia
coal are used in Chicago annually,
which by this waterway could ho
orougnt here.
4 Only
milfih innro rVioar1v
California. than n nnv nfo. fatii.n
rt-l . t T - . -- "7 W.LMM. J.U.OIAHJ11,
oioraao, laano, Kansas, Montana, The St. Lawrence-Great Laltes
Neveada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, ship Canal greatly increasps thp m
Wyoming Lnd Illinois, 191,883 fewer poirothXoitv
votes were cast m 1920 than in lOlfr. .portation as this to S! Sates in the
-Those who have patience to carry .upper southern border. The route
the inquiry one sten farther mav re-1 outlined wnnlH Hnir MOQi'r,
veal for themselves that Pennsvl-1 Detrnit. nnri Tniin irn, r,,. r.7'
,. i i ...i xt . . I . .. 1 " """ ''"J'KJ", vjiir-
vuuiub oiuBBiauuBBB in m moat inv (cmncu ana Louisville not to sneak
portant election is not peculiar to; of ether important cities along the
this year. In the four states which 'way, anu by so doing greatly relieve
have been an lzed for 1920 and in the congestion of traffic that now
which women did not vote in 1916, hampers the whole qentral western
Pennsylvania ,tood fourth also in territory. Chicago Herald land
that year in percentage of vote to ' aminor x
population ,and Indiana, to her cred-l '
it, stood nrst. Indiana's male voters iMimTCRs ittowtit wvcn '
- -"' -" --v J.JJLUCJi3 M.JW4
A Washington, D. C, dispatch,
dated Dec. 23, saysr Notice was
served by the National amo-Q nn
Senator McCumber, acting chairman'
ui uue senate nuance committee, and
Representative Fordney, chairman of
the house -ways and means committee
today, the organization would fight
the imposition of a sales tax as a sub
stitute for the excess profits tax.
jsx m.A 4.1. L . .
uuo ui me mos; trustworthy evi
dences of" their interest in govern
ment. Some aro always quick to protest
that Pennsylvania's light vote is due
to -the fact that the result" has usual
ly been a foregone conclusion. That
is a dangerous and false premise. TTie
truth is that tho result is often u
tour years ago constituted 24 pet
cent of her population. Ohio voted;
20 per cent of her citizens. New York
voted 16.4 per cent. Pennsylvania
voted only 14.8 l.or cent.
The curious mind that would go
over many past elections doubtless
would find the Fame story repeated.
It . is useless to disguise the facta.
Pennsylvania is difficult to move on
election day. It is useless to dodge
the issue. Pennsylvania's civic con-
suiuuaiioHs is one oi tne most dormant rrx-.T . ..-.
in the union. Tho exercise by citizens I0WA S DEWORATIO GOVERNOR
nf tho nn ?,. -ui .,i . NOW Oft
t wu jiiu4ubai,ia ill UiUZunSUip IS
Every woman has always wanted a
real for sure Victrola like they sec Ad
vertised. Now you can have one and
plenty of records, too. Every member
of the 'family enjoys good music. It
holps keep the boys and girls at homo.
It completely satisfies their desire for
good- wholesome hdme entertainment.
Makes long dull evenings full of joy.
Young people entertain friends.
Plays every record $3000.00 and
1400.00 machines will play. Oak cabinet.
7 inches high, 13 Inches wide. UK
Inches deep. Nickel-plated exhibition
box. "Victor tapering tone arm 'arid
"goose-neck" sound, box lube, brake
and speed regulator. Newly designed
patented and improved single spring
spiral drive motofc (can bo wound whllo
playing). Improved floating wood horn
and horn elbow.
Send for It now. Wind It up ,and
play it to your heart's content. Sit
down In your easy chair in your own
home and listen to the sacred and won
derful old melodies of yesteryear. Play
the Victrola for yourself and your
friends. See for yourself that it Is a
guaranteed Victor Victrola. Then if
you aren't satisfied, simply box up the
machine and records and return at our
expense. When we receive the machine
we will return your dollar and no ques
tions asked.
Serial Oftai" But if you want '
opecia uncr. kecp lt and pa Rll
at one time, send us a balance' of
$32.85 and the machine and records, are
yours forever. If you prefer to pay b
month, send only $10.10 ut the end of
tho twelve days and then the . small
sum of $0.00 per month for four'
months. Could anything possibly be
more fair? Simply, easy, inexpensive!
The Clifton Furniture & Mfg. Co.
9814-ItIadlBon Ave., Cleveland, Ohio
Established 1908
NOW 93
A Des Moines, la., dispatch, dated
Dec. 13, says: Horace Boies Demo
crat, governor of Iowa from 1890 to
1894, was 93 years old last week. He
celebrated his birthday with his chil
dren and a few friends at the home
of his daughter, Mrs. N. B. Carson,
Long Beach. CaL Mr tiqo ii "'
Sij;j!Krwrty ; iwa;
foregone conclusion because the vote Nebraska and Canada still take1 unhfe
is always certain to ho n.iif nui-'timn u , . . iaKe u" nis
onnoifllnonBn; ZZr "?"" wuurm,B ""u ia uia w interest.
wo.w..i0,i00o uui ucaa oecause
people stay away 'from the nnlin p
pie stay away from the polls because
civic consciousness is dead. That the
vote is light is the superficial, visible
symptom of the ailment; it is not the
root and cause.
Let Pennsylvania ponder this:
Indiana voted 43 per cent of her citi
zens in 1920; Ohio voted 35; Illinois
A New York dispatch, dated Dec
23, says: Transfer of two stock e
change seats at ?J7,500 each was
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