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Tariff Bill in the Senate.
Very toon the country will be asked to attend
the senatorial diruiou of the tariff measure.
just introduced by Senator McCutuber, chairman
of the finance committee. Many change have
been made in the Forduey bill at passed by the
house, the tchedules bring fixed at higher point
on most article covered and lower on other.
Chief of the differences is that the senate meat
tire acceptt the foreign basis for valuation, while
Chairman Fordney of the house committee it
Mill insistent on the so-called "American" valua
That the bill will not be passed until after
lengthy and earnest consideration is very clear.
"Bloc" divisions will be accentuated, for the bill
contains provisions violently opposed by certain
groups of the Atlantic coast manufacturers when
hearingt were being had before the ways and
meant committee of the house. Chief among
these wat the duty on hides, to which the leather
and shoe men raised objections. At that time it
wat an ad valorem duty that wat imposed, now
it it specific. To offset this, both specific and
ad valorem imposts are laid on leather and shoes,
giving the manufacturers all they wanted, save
free raw material.
The "farm bloc" it placated by a schedule
that covers everything that comet from field,
pasture or orchard, dairy or berry patch. This
it a novelty, and undoubtedly is a recognition of
certain untoward world conditions that must be
met. We may look for elaborate and extended
discussion of this, outdoing, perhaps, the hub-
. bub occasioned a few years ago when Schedule
K of the Nelson-Dinglcy bill aroused such a
furore. , ,
One thing must be kept plainly in view at all
times. The traditional policy of the republican
party is tariff for protection, rather than for rev
enue, a policy diametrically opposite that of the
democratic , party. Exigencies of the national
treasury drove Mr. Wilson, while president, from
hit free trade position, and he even recommended
some changes in the Underwood tariff to afford
protection to American industry," as well as to
increase the revenues of the government.
The bill as presented by Senator McCumber
is estimated to produce, $350,000,000, but it will
do more it will afford to American farms and
mills, the producers and workers of the country,
security against the competition of foreigners, al
ready invading and underselling home markets.
,Uur home market is the greatest in the world,
with the only solvent buyers in the world at the
present time, and short of an act of suicide, it
will be kept for the home producers to the great
est extent possible. Free trade newspapers al
ready are ridiculing the republican policy, but
this is nothing new. Protection has brought
with it prosperity in the past, and will again.
Broadway merchant!, ind it would bt difficult
to sty wlitrt in all ol America today htr it
any organised public opinion. Th y of J'f
too lie appear to bt guided by tht signpost.
"Each man lor himietf, and tht devil lakt tht
hindmo.t," Mr, Common People, needs to malt
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The quality of Mr. Borah's irreconcilability is
not itraiiied; it it chemically purr, 100 per cent
bt all timet. Wherefore, remembering thii, it it
iay !) understand the tpprehention with which
the Idaho tenator views any approach to tht
League of Nation., and hit perturbation over
what lie conceivet to be tht incrcttt of pro
league sentiment throughout tht country. Hit
iharge that Secretary Hughes and Secretary
Hoover are committed to the theory at lead it
No difficulty ihould be experienced by any in
recalling that republican in tht senate, led by
Senator Lodge, agreed to accept membership In
the League of Nation, providing certain reserva
tioni accompanied our ratification of the treaty.
This thould not be forgotten when diicuitinf
the iue. President Wilton ttubbornly refuted
to a-ent to any reiervation. The Versailles
treaty, with itt league pact, mutt be adopted jutt
at he prcieuted it to the senate, or not at all
He persisted to the extent of submitting it to
the voters, invoking the supreme power of the
nation in a "great and tolemn referendum," and
wat overwhelmingly rejected. If Mr. Borah's
preteut trouble it predicated on former Gov
ernor Cox's assumption that support it growing
lor the Wilson idea, he may be comforted, for
Cox hat been wrong all the time.
But it is icarccly true that the republican
cntimcnt has changed materially since the treaty
wat rejected. Then and now the country was
ready to accept a place in the league on such
basis at would not dettroy the independent con-
trol by our own people of their own affairs. It
wat against the turrender of American interest!
to a tuper-government that American! objected.
If we are not actively participating in the Genoa
conference, it is because we recognize the richt
of European! to deal with European affairt with
out interference. Japan, with delegatet teated at
Uenoa, declines to head any important commit
tees for the tame reason that the United States
gave for not attending. In this, if in anything,
both the United Statet and Japan are consistent.
Wilsonitct must look for a
Five Million a Month
Pittman Act of 1911 Civca
federal Aid to SUvtr Mints.
How to Keep Well
y PR. W. A, IVANS
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iaaaais mr arm ilk tar S4Jvl4uai
iaaaeea. Aaaiaa. taltara hi ar al
(By a O. Virtu, in Niv Suit )
If you should learn that tht secretary of com
merce wat buying four or fivt miuion pocket-
knives rath month at a dollar apiece, and thru
hiring a biff forct of men and working them
overtime lo poli.h the growing stock of cutlery,
and to count, box and store it away in co.tly
vauttt, you would wonder why perfectly good THE ROT OF A GIANT,
money wmcn taxpayers nate very reiuciautiy I jonn lxtnrup Motley fella u
parted w ilh thould be uted for tuch a purpose, I oo4 feraonul li ilena atnry In
Your wonder would inereata if von were to I'tti f th Put' ti HeDublie.'
learn that the secretary could buy kuives jut at " r"" 'bout Charles v, on of
good at tho.t he it buying at a dollar apiece from 1 J Vos lit wai aduicfd
V t . f""" 7, "i"." '7:t' vumr and miaoeiianeoua tncon
60 or 65 centt apiece; and if you found lhat it hlnon.-e. iThta rrrrn wm to
na noi raprtirii mat i nc Kiiivr woum rvrr pciaexuai irreaularltle.) II Waa an
of any ue to avbody, your wonder would be normou eater. II hrtakfaaicd at
tncrtated still further. And yet this it jutt what " rol "thrti in milk and
Taming the Missouri.
Possibility of reclaiming the Missouri river
lor navigation apparently it brought much
nearer by the development of the system of re
tards by which the channel about Omaha has
been straightened. This work thus far has been
devoted to the end of preventing ,the ravage of
valuable land by the erratic current of the ttream.
However, the fact hat been demonstrated that
the course of the river can be so directed that it
will scour a deep channel.
Is it not reasonable to believe that what has
been done on this stretch of the Missouri can be
done clear past Kansas City and down to St.
Louis? Army engineers, with methods largely
antiquated, have struggled for years with this
problem, and the federal government has poured
minions into snagboat and revetment work;
Their failure has come from trying to do all
the work themselves instead of letting the river
do it under human guidance.
Sandbars can be cut away by stcerinar the
swift current of the Missouri against them more
quickly than they can be removed by the most
powerful dredges. The Bignall concrete piles of
me woods Brothers Construction company, sunk
Dy hydraulic power clear to bedrock instead of
being driven m to less depth by blows, have
demonstrated the efficacy of this new method.
Elsewhere in this country this system of re
tards is attracting great interest. The mavor of
Atlantic City, together with the owner of a great
hotel there that is menaced by the cutting in of
tne ocean, have just returned home after inspect
ing this Nebraska and Iowa project. Here, in
all truth, is something for the whole Missouri
vauey, which is badly in need of
transportation, to think about.
. Old Wine in a New Bottle.
Another figure in British political life is com
ing to visit America. And at what a sacrifice of
comfort and peace of mind may be understood
lrom the preliminary announcement:
f The truth is my dressmakers are killing me.
; I have no clothes only my "parliamentary
$ uniform" and I have been warned not to take '
I my old house of commons black suit and hat
J to America.
'Tis none other than Lady Astor, first woman
member of parliament. She will speak before
the Baltimore convention of the League of
Women Voters, look in at her girlhood home in
Virginia, and journey as far west as Chicago. .
Those ' who professed disappointment that
Mrs. Asquith bore no message will have to find
some other grounds of criticism for this guest.
She announces that she will inform the women
Voters that they, assisted by their British sisters,
cousins and aunts, with their common concep
tions of citizenship and morality, could achieve
any reforms that they set out to accomplish.
Implicit faith in the enduring friendship between
England and America, and the doctrine 'of toler-.
artce will furnish other topics for her speeches.
Announcement is made that she will defend
Great Britain against any unwarranted criticism
she might hear during her travels. .
This is a message, or a number of messages,
although there does not seem to be much that is
fresh. However, people like to hear over and
over again the good old platitudes, easily under
stood and without any chance for a clash of
opinion. Lady Astor is welcome, but more as a
curiosity than as a leader of thought or an ex
ponent of feminism. '
Bright Lights and Justice.
If every electric sign along New York's great
white way were to be extinguished, no public
catastrophe would follow. , However, a delega
tion of 250 Broadway merchants is going to
Washington to urge President Harding to end
the coal strike (in any old way) just so the daz
zling signs along their thoroughfare may not be
dimmed by a shortage of fuel.
The temptation to jeer at these self-centered
citizens is modified by the thought that the world
is filled with people who consider their own
petty affairs to represent the central purpose of
the universe. So long as their toes are not
tramped on, anything goes. And the minute they
are touched, nothing goes. f.
There is no public spirit in the action of the
Wha Has Right of Way? '
Pedestrians who contest with automobiles for
the right of way. across the street may sym
pathize with the railroad train which also appears
to be fair prey for mad-cap motorists. Listen
,lo this tale of woe from the pen of Vice Presi
dent Greer of the Milwaukee railroad i
A freieht- train was staridinor at a :,-,..(!.
Dakota station taking water when an auto
ran into the side of a car near the rear of the
train. A way freight was standing at a sta
tion in Iowa when an auto was driven into it
at a fast clip. A freight train was pulling
slowly out of an Indiana depot when an auto
mobile was driven into the sixth car from the
caboose with sufficient force to kill the driver
and injure several others.
Mr. Greer cities these cases as examples to
indicate that the railroad train is not always the
aggressor and that not always is the motorist de
luded by the belief that he can "beat ahead" of
the train. He remarks: "It is noticeable that
the smaller cars are the most pugnacious."
At that, the train has an advantage over the
pedestrian. Usually, when the motor car "at
tacks" a train, it comes off second best.
African natives along the Red sea are re
ported as tiring of their native music, which con
sists of rhythmic handclapping and chanting. The
Indian community at Aden, with only pipes and
drums likewise is seeking to put a little more
jazz into their existence.. As a result, according
to the American consul, a market is opening up
tor mouth organs and phonographs. Now for
some missionary society which will gather up
the available supply of saxophones for the bene
fit of the heathen as well as of good folk at home.
Give Senator Walsh of Massachusetts credit
for thinking of another way to spend the people's
money, even though he is a democrat. He has
introduced a resolution for the establishment of
a United States Academy of Aeronautics, similar
to the military academy at West Point and the
naval academy at Annapolis. f
In the big prison at Rome the authorities have
begun showing moral films in order to improve
the moral outlook of the prisoners. Note: There
has been some difficulty finding enough pictures
that would encourage honesty and clean living.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, in landing in New
York, tells the world Americans are the only in
telligent people. Arrah, go on with your blarney I
In. un sniii9 in VV.linan l I drMd With llr and antcea. Afler
........ r.. ., .,, -
lv.-u; only inttead I th tecretary ol commerce ,r Z:lHi,m .
hnv.n. ....t.. . t,niu.. m . t .... I ino at 11, panaklna a
............. iwiif, ai nmt. soon arter reapers,
vry who i buying four or five million ounce of land the second tint at n,i,i,w.h
silver at 30 or J5 per rent above the market price, "hlrh meal w th most solid of
with the perfect knowledge that it will not terve four. After meat h at a
now. or in the future, any ue(ul purpose. "rest quantity of pastry and sweet-
Thene purchates of silver are being made '"', 'r,r!!u"2 tvtry r:
under Hie terma of th. )i...... at r..!.e.t i i'""1 ..by v" '" beer and
A..ii ifua ,, - -:""-! -;v v-:"- win.
iuiii, , in, ii an came anoui in mi wav: ni rvimnn. th i.l.
everyone knows, we had for many years had a I simple- living of Stephen Smith. The
great stock ol silver dollars In the treasury which latter was actively servtnr on th
could be circulated only through the ue of tilver w or stat board of phllan
certificate: or. to be more accurate, did not cir. throplea at t.
culate at all. the more convenient rertif.raie. I .. Al 5 .t-h"' abdicated his
hin In rrrii,;nn :.. ,i,. .u. n... wront in th Heyday ot his power,
veiopea. i ne price Ol silver, which had long been Why? He loved power, and no-
arouna w cents, rote rapiaiy. ana in ivio reached wnera on n s nor ton was thera a
ai an ounce, ihe exchange with the far rait Mnreatenina- cloud. The answer is
wat in a critical condition, and. in order to cor. Uecausa he waa broken In health.
rect an awkward tituation. large thipmentt of w.Ag!i!? ,qu,i '"v- "M 65
2.7 VV rrh""CCia"y by En"- S Cr?p'pl.dW,,n
! "d- mV!l had- hV'lvVhe price war more hands, knees and les. ha supported
lavorable than it had been for about thirty veart. himair m-iii, riinvuiiv ik h. .m
ana tne need tor stabilizing the eastern ex-1 of an attendant's shoulder. His
changet wai acute. Under these conditions con- riar- now whit with age, waa close
grew authorized the sale of not to exceed 355.. I enppea ana bristling;. his beard
nnnnnn f k. jMo,. ah ,u. . was tray, coarse and shaeav. . . .
vuv.v..w wa uwiiwia, 4 1 II tl C LUIIUUIUIIB n CI C I . . .... . . "
thii. favorahle fnr tiin rl,l of a ....t... ... " w impossible lor mm to brlns;
.V,;.T. ' . Z.'J.. r-.LJrS ri0r tew irmenta of teeth
rw.-.v w. vu, mutiny niuiuui imnu w which still remained."
xne tuver inauttry. Phllebert of Brussels In his
1 lie tilver industry was. however, lone luneech of farewell to Charles. tnlH
headed. It took advantage of the war nsvrhnlnov the audience that the health of
which it very intolerant in some respects, but Cnarle" made 11 "'" T for him
amazingly tolerant in others. The farmers were ! the Netherlands and live
Descrlbina Charles' Kout. he aald
yyny snouia nor tne Sliver pronucers enioy a "It Invades the whole bodv: It rnn.
Kuaranieca price ior silver." lo make a ions traeta th. n.rv.a with mtii.ki.
story snort, tne silver interests succeeded in get- anguish; It enters the bones: tt
ting into the bill a provision for the repurchase freezes the marrow; it converta the
by the treasury of an amount of silver equal to lubricating fluids of the Joint to
the amount melted down for sale, at the rate nf chalk: it pauses not until, having
$1 ner m,nre THt ,,. . ' ,.. , . . " exnausted and debilitated the body,
;irllVl..ii,,-:P""r2: !a0 pJ,i?-",y 1 t conquer, the mind by immense
.wx.Vv O...V, uviii iuici iaii IIHIIC9. i torture
i nc montniv Durcnases nave ran cm cmre sou. xrn,i..,. ui.
T tn-m r ' r . ' 1
juiic, iy.v, irom 0.3 to o.o minion ounces, and originally a wonderful one, sue
have averaged 4.7 million. Down to November cumbed after 40 years of such la
1, 1921. about 80.000.000 ounces had been honcrht bors. His taste, but not his appe-
leaving 128,000,000 ounces still to be ourchaseH tute- .. .'. and the king
-unless an end is made of the folly by the re- fhTCd",, L?'
peai oi ine law. i,,intrt Th.r,nni, V.Aiu .k.t k.
There seems to be no cood reason for th.lhoH .i... .. , ..j, .
a. nrn.-ixA n A C .U. I Tfc - "I I . , . . , ,
!'""""" vi me iaw. xuuirsiic silver i condiment to wnip me royai appe-
is regularly quoted at 99 in the New York tlte. Dernetratinr a court lest as a
marxet wnne otner " silver ts quoted at prices Part or nls answer.
durina- the last vear from S.I in f,Q nt. w. I "But Charles was not always
are buying something we do not need; we are ML'-M
rruJ.AtJa0n, tna" ,he mar"et price; and was the marvel of Europe. He
iu enlarge me mini service to con- matched himself with all competi-
aia 41. a,l,.a A J 1 1 . A f . 1 . f
.. , ,,c B,lvcr "'" aoiiars mat win never do a i tors in the tourney and the ring,
lick of money work exceot bv oroxv. Tf this re. and to vannnlsh a hull with hl own
placement of the silver is defended simply be- hands, in the favorite amusement
cause ii aaas to the currency and tends to raise oimiu, wa one oi ma aeusuw.
or maintain the general price level, it should be Ho ,lad.bfen ,ttble l? the. fle,,(!;1 10
"" . n r V . v.uii iui urn in me rca- and every privation, except fasting,
erai nescrve oanKS, ana there s, therefore, no "He could strike down a bull In
reason why the mst enthusiastic inflatinnict the rina- like n. matador, op win the
should want to restore these costly dollars to Prize in a tourney like a knight of
the currency.' old; he could ride at the ring with
It is beside the mark to sav. as is sometime. e 'eml?n no'. nit tne pop-in
c.M th, ,u. j . t,:.. " jay wnn nis croisoow among Ant
, ..... w.c ui.ucr, jne iruiman act wpr artisans, or drink- hepp find
anr vn4a 4Aatm with haw hAnr
covemmcnt loses nothiner bv the tranfiarfion I nf XiraKont "
As a matter of fact, England has not yet paid Motley throws a sidelight on the
for the silver she bought; but if she had, it would inheritance of the shape of the
still be about as wise to say that the government ,ower Jaw which is seen In the
would lose nothiner if it ehn,.M th. . J. present king of Spain, and 'is
from tha .i; V . I.' ""own as the Hapsburg Jaw,
- " i" ouciim iv pui-
chase more supplies for which it has no need.
The purchases now going on look like a case of
ciear ana avoidable waste,
fT Hae mtlt Ha aalwiaa trwly ta Ha
nadirs mmm mmtm tm ataaaaa ar saWte
aaala. I tmn Ikal IHIms
in iiiMt mrUI, mm atae ta aaa. II
alae laal.ia Ika ha mm. of Iba wrltae
aaraaaiMMy eaa IHIr, mm mi
pumHrmthm, rnrnt thai lk aaii.r mt
kmmm mUu mim ha la 4mttmi, Taa H
4aaa aa prlm4 la aaaaraa a aaaapl
mptmtmmt .iimiil sarra i
is la iae hhh oa. l
Has a Mraaago ot Main.
Omaha. April II. To the KM it or
C The Ken; Thera la helna given
at the Municipal Auditorium each
eveninc a series of free lectures
which Is hiahly entertaining and
vary Inatrurtive to the public, and
In fact to all wide-awake pantile.
The sneaker. tr. I. V. liuah. Is
a hiahly educated man, possessed
ot tenlus, a great orator, poet, as
wen aa treat tragdln and hu
mnrlat, which Islents are seldom
combined In on Individual,
Everybody should to to'hrartilm,
aa he Imparts knowledge of th
moat vital Importance for our wei
rs re. and th subject is handled In
such an Interesting and entertain
ing way that all will enjoy It. Nor
do you hav to renounce your rea
son to accept his teachings, which
la the csae with some modern cults.
However, If his message should
not at first agre with our pet
theories, In order to become broed-
minded men and women, we must
study very question from both
sides, with an open mind, so as to
be well Informed. And so I Invite
all who are willing to broaden and
learn to com and hear Dr. Bush;
for It is Ignorance, and Ignorance
alone, that perpetuates all the
larger evils from which mankind
suffers. Knowledge of the riaht
kind will abolish war, and all the
great evils and Injustices from
which we suffer today. ,
, n. II. hEXPA,
109 South Twentieth.
Six round In Ten Minutes.
Omaha. April 11. To th Editor
of The Bee: I have discovered
something that heats Dr. ronzi's
Feptohydrollc. Now thin people
can gain weight witnout, any ex
A snort lime ago I went into one
of the largest stores and the ap
peal of a weighing machine
touched me successfully. I stepped
on the platform and dropped in one
good cent, not a pants ouiion, ana
when the hand rose up to give me
the mute, military i salute, and
stopped near the median line or
the brow, I noticed the figures. The
coin had reached the stomacn ana
produced the usual rrmnifestatlon.
A few minutes later, as I passed
out. another beggar of the same
kind caught my attention outside
the door. I stepped on its feet and
dropped In a coin, the hand rose tip
and showed me that I had gained
six pounds in about ten minutes.
As I had not bought or stolen any
thing In th stor. I knew that th
alditiii4l waighi must hav been
derived from the air that entered
my lung. It was th richest air
llmt I vter hut breathed.
Home earlier rKrieiic with
weighing timrltln wan quit differ.
in. A lw rs ago it machine
tood at Ilia south rat rorncr of
Twenty-fourth and r'ariiani and
look in money for several weeks
and, like an up-io-dat stock com
puny, gav no return but a braien
star. Homebody got th money,
The policemen wer blind, and in
inspector ot weight and measures
waa having an emended vacation
(on full psy).
UKiuAii r. cocmiAN.
Burn Urn Up
Rat Slayer Will Burn-Um-Up
Slay th Unwelcome Intruders,
BumUmUp Will Do It
ON SALE AT ALL
First-Class Drug Stores
Council Bluffs Remedy Co.
Council Bluffs, Iowa
p IAN O
U TUNED AND
AU Work Caaraatsad
ISIS Ostitlas. Tel. Deng. SSSA.
PottinattfT Gtnrrd May
Contract fur Air MU
Washington, April i:.-Rfprren
lativrt of commercial aviation com
panirt and the aeronautic chamber
of commerce were sked today by
Chairman Sterner ion of tht iou
ponodue committee to appear April
.'8 at a hearing on bill authorising
the po.tnu.ter peneral to nu't rou
tract for carrying mail by air.
When In Omaha
STOP WITH US
Oar rp)tat!a of 20 year lair
daallag b back of tbeaa hotels.
Caasl sway at any aa of tbeaa
wita ta attaraac af rciiag ba
est ! mmi courUou trealaaeat.
Conant Hotel Company
REDUCED FARES! NEW TRAIN!
The Wabash has reduced fares from Chicago and western
points to New York and other Eastern cities, tickets being
good, without excess fare on this fine, new through train.
Leave Chicago 10i30 a. Ri., via Wabaah-Lackawaana
5:55 p. m.
2:50 p. ra.
6:52 a. m.
8:25 a. m.
Ar. Scranton ,...10:10a. in.
Ar. Newark 2:59 p.m.
Ar. Hoboken 3:13 p.m.
Ar. Naw York.... 3:30p.m.
Steel drawing-room sleeping cars and steel coaches. Meals
in dining cars. No excess fares via Wabash-Lackawanna.
Additional steel coach service leaves Chicago 11:25 p. m.
For the Good of the Service
Charles had this type of Jawand
lower lip and passed it on to his
Motley called it the Burgundlan
deformity. It was evidently an In
herited stock quality long before
America was discovered.
Now, 400 years after Charles, we
And it in the king of Spain and his
kinsmen members of ' the same
FIERY, ITCHY SKIN
What Causes Piles.
E. K. writes: "Will you kindly
advise me through your column the
cause of piles?"
REPLY. ' '
Keep Other Children Away.
N. O. writes: "I have a daugh
ter of 5. She has had whooping
cough for about a week. Every
time she coughs she gets red in the
"Will you kindly advise me what
Is the best cure for whooping cough,
"For the good of the service" is a nhrase not family stock
necessarily conclusive or convincing when a ven
as a reason for dismissing an individual from
public office. It may be a true and correct state
ment of facts, abundantly supported, and it may
De a smoice screen Denind which it is sought to
niae a Dir. oi seinsn purpose and ugly politics.
Each case in which the statement is emnloveH
must stand alone, because it all depends on who
ucciuca u was ior tne good ot the service and
tne upstanding reason or sinister purpose prompt
lng .the decision. .
Recently the superintendent and ' more than
a score of heads of deoartments in the hnrea,.
of enerravinfl. w.. . j; : .
''LJ th. " a "t :Z :::L .. ,!" "ssa how long it takes to be cured, and
u " "v . Jocn?I,.s ana re.P" what to do to prevent catching it
u..iib inicresiea quicjciy,, ior tne from other children in the house?'
very real reason that a group of lawmakers helped REPLY. .
most of the men m federal service Bet their oosi- Whooping cough vaccine, used
ttons. Some senators love to erne dr. anrl ,ni,.c,' early, helps many cases.
gate and probe and find fault and such senator J Whatever treatment you use the
are busy now trying to find out a lot of things witT'it . duwatisned
..i c none or ineir Dusiness. , , . . The disease is most contagious at
une story out of Washington carries a possi- the start. After the fever stage has
Die explanation for the wholesale dismissal of of- passed it becomes less contagious
hciais. It says the htffher ofhciaTs in the fmreat, daily, and ceases to be contagious
of engraving had a little inside ring that secured lon he'ore the cough stops,
dismissal of all nersons not vm tt, a Keep the other children away
Mnnintm. . .: x. .i.-' . - . r from the sick child.- Above all
rft. . i . : . " ' . ' . ,ur l".c m.cn m lavor: keep the babies away, since the
uui an new in departmental disease is highly fatal for babies.
nc, w living a nne iime witn tne power it Report the case to the health de
had arrogated. It is entirely probable that such partment and obev their instruc-
conditions existed. It is humanly possible and ttona, thus doing ers you should be
nas nappenea Detore many times. Doubtless "
iViara e, o a.tU.. J.. a a a... a I
n..c aiC uuicr ucpanmcnis in wnicn a little ring All night for Warts,
is hi coruroi. Dunismnfr tnose who inmr anmitv T? it writoa. 'To tuAM anv nr,
t . - - . ........ i , , " t v u . la iticic aiu uau
and promoting those who win favor. The little Sfer in removing moles or warts by
ring in congress ts trying to run legislation and toucmng them with caustic?"
the White House, c-rah all th. ...... :m. - REPLY.
and be the whole thing in the national aHmini.. I" removing simple warts, no.
tration. it the great in the law-maHncr fotlnur
that course, how easily smallpr men ;n minnr
places would try itl There is no question that
dismissal followed much investicratinn Tt ,'c nnt
justifiable to conclude no reason for action ex
isted, inat sort ot housecleaning has to be done
at times in mercantile and industrial life," has
uccu uone onen. win De none acam Knt there
are some large and important matters of national
tuncern u ine. senate seeks some held of useful
endeavor. If it prefers to cossin the Hi
supply a fine field. Ohio State Journal.
Mentho-Sulphur, a pleasant cream,
will soothe and heal skin that is ir
ritated or broken out with eczema;
that is covered with ugly rash or
pimples, or is rough or dry. Noth
ing subdues fiery skin eruptions so
quickly, says a noted skin specialist.
The moment this sulphur prepara
tion is applied the itching stops and
after two or three applications the
eczema is gone and the skin is de
lightfully clear and smooth. Sulphur
is so precious as a skin remedy bet
cause it destroys the- parasites that
cause the burning,' itching or dis
figurement. Mentho-Sulphur always
heals eczema right up.
A small jar of Mentho-Sulphur
may be had at any good drug store;
Get at the Real Cause Take
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
That's what thousands of stomach
sufferer are doing now. Instead of
taking tonics, or trying to patch up
a poor digestion, they are attacking
the real cause of the ailment
cloggfed liver and disordered bowels.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets arouse
the liver in a soothing, healing way,
When the liver and bowels are per'
forming their natural functions,
away goes indigestion and stomach
Have you a bad taste, coated
tongue, poor appetite, a lazy, don't'
care feeling, no ambition or energy,
trouble with undigested foods? Take
Olive Tablets, the substitute for
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a
purely vegetable compound mixed
with olive oil. You will know them
by their olive color. They do the
work without griping, cramps or
Take one or two at bedtime for
quick relief. Eat what you like.
15c and 30c
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Kentucky's Woman Sheriff.
Those Kentucky voters shewed their iiantr
andssymoathv in islectinff'the
mcir siain snenrr io succeed him. It would fit in
well in a movie story. But as a practical matter,
electing a woman with a small hahv in curh an
omce as mar ot snentt is open to question. Pub
lic office is something else besiH ea a rtllhlir hnnrr
The office holder is supposed to render service,
wen u araw ine pay and wear the laurels.
ine eiecrwn or appointment of oersons nnt
adapted tor the service is an imposition on the
taxpayers. But the primary system is bringing
to light the misconception ntany people have of
tne purpose ot a public omce, through the elec
tion persons without qualifications for the
service desired. Before it can ever be a success
there will have to be wider popular education
in civii government. Houston Post.
Furtrntr mftrmmtiem from Imeml
R. S. ELWORTHY
S. S. Pa... Dept.
40 N. Dearborn St.
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