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THE HAND THAT SHOT ROOSEVELT,
iiain HirREx$um oh 7i ruiijf rwr.rxs taken sxultaneously
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Here are the thumb and finger prints of John Schrank's right
hand, taken as part of the Bertillion records made by the Milwaukee
police the tlay after Schrank shot Roosevelt. Compare them with ',
your own! ,
FOR GALL STONES
Nature often has a remedy for
diseases if people but knew. One
of the simplest and most harmless
cures of gall stones is olive oil. It
has been tried many times suc
cessfully. Take one tablespoon
four times a day. In a short time
the oil softens the parts so that
the stones will pass away.
There is another excellent
method which is a real nature
remedy. This merely consists of
the habit of eating carrots freely
and drinking the water in which
they are cooked at intervals
throughout the day. .
In one case where this plan was
followed the gall stones were dis
solved. Any remedy, to be effec
tive, must be given a fair trial.
The beauty of both these is that .
they are harmless and cap: be do
jng no ill to any other organ of
the body while beings taken as an
aidito some particular one.
Lost and Found.
His father was sitting in the
armchair one evening, when his
little son came in and showed, him
a new penknife, which he said he
had fountfln the street
"Are you sure it ivas lost?" in
quired the father.
Ui course it was lost! 1 saw
the man looking for itF' replied
the youngster. , "