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THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SATURDAY, APRIL 1 7, 1 920. 1
I SEN. HITCHCOCK
Country Wants Peace and
Fight For League o.f Na
tions Must Be Won.
LINCOLN. Neb., April 1C Speaking
in connection with his candidacy for
indorsement by Nebraska vpters at the
IH April 20 primary as a Democratic pres-
Identlal candidate, U. S. Senator G. M.
H Hitchcock declared Jn an nddress here
tonight that the fight for the league of
H nations must be won, nnd predicted
some way would be found whereb
I America would enter the league.
After asserting that It is -'unthink
H ablo" that the United States "should
I fail civilization in this great cmcrg-
I ency'," the Nebraska senator declared
the 'people of this country want peace
I nnd arc "behind the president of the
I United States In demanding the estab
I liDhment of a league of nations," they
I know, said he, that the president has
I "tuught a good fight Tor a great ideal.
I Thcv know that as he regains his ,
I health and strength the fight will be
I renewed and they have hjch hopes that
I the outcome will be a triumph of the
I great Ideal for which he has fought
3 so hard and sacrificed so much."
Frienlls of the peace treaty in the
senate, said Senator Hitchcock, wore
L. ,i willing to subscribe to "reasonable"
BkJ reservations in order "to meet the ob-
IK Jcctions of the suspicious, the fears ol
RK the timid, and to silence the tongues
' Such reservations, he asserted,
j should make it clear "beyond perad-
ijft- vt-nturo"'that the domestic affairs of
the United States are never to be tak
L., en under jurisdiction of the league;
that the Monroe doctrine is to be u'n
' ' affected; that if the United States is
i engaged in a dispute with any nation
r having self-governing colonies, domin-
J ions or parts, each with a vote, all of
1 ' those votes and America's vote, are tc
j be disqualified; that the poAvcrs of
congress to declare war are unimpair-
' cd; that the league has no' control
over the American army and navy, .fnd
J " that the United States shall be the sole
judge of whether it has performed its
obligations in case It wants to with
i .11 BEDS' PLifS
j ORfflEUM TWO DAYS
J 5... Champion Defeats Ed Lewis
J-' in Three Hour Match in
f ' New York
' ' The attraction at the Orpheum Sun
day and Monday is "Twin Beds," con
ceded by all metropolitan critics to be
; the best and most diverting comedy
i over written. New ventures are dif-
' ficult and new trails are hard to fol
low, but in "Twin Beds," Salisbury
' . Field and Margaret Mayo are said to
have written the typical comedy uopn
'; a new and original idea, with an air
l ' of possibility and plausibility. It is
t the laugh play of the century, a com-
r edy for all taste, a tome of old and
f ' young. It will be presented here by
the same great cast and production
i that plays all the prominent cities.
; Williams to Talk on
I Causes of Bolshevism
Monroe E. Williams will deliver an
address at the city hall at S o'clock
f. v j-."rv" tonight on the "Cause of Bolshevism."
I Mr. Williams will answer Peter Col-
8 -A, llns, who lectured here recently. The
I , date for the lecture of Mr. Williams
was mis-announced, and the lartje
1 qrowd that was on hand la.st night
m will have a chance to hear the local
I" man and his views this evening.
I . Sustain Hearst in
i , Shipping Board Suit!
i, ' WASHINGTON, April 17. The!
3 ; shipping board's motion to dismiss I
.. ' the suit of William Randolph Hearst
for an injunction to prevent t,ho sale!
of the 20 'former German liners, was'
overruled today by Justlco Bailey in
,' the district supreme court, who sus
tained Mr. Hearsfa right as a tax
' , payer to maintain the suit.
' The shipping board probably will
' .. appeal.
jv , '1 FA CIS FINANCIAL COLLAPSE.
;.v'.--- BERLIN, April 10. Financial and
l& economic collapse confronts Germany
sf within a year if the people do not real--ijt
lzo thc situation and country and rc-'
form their methods of living, said, rjr.l
f Wirth, minister of the treasury, ' ud-i
dressing the budget committee of the!
national assembly today.
Former President of West
Cache Testifies Before
SALT LAKE, April 17 Efforts pf
the Amalgamated Sugar company to
promote an independent sugar plant
at Cache Valley were explained by
John A. Ilendrlckson, former prcsl-
pany, who took the witness stand yes
terday in the federal trade commia
ison hearing before Examiner Joseph
Tho defendants, the Amalgamated
Sugar company, the Ctah-Idaho Sug
ar company, JSrnest R. Woolley, E, F.
Cullen and A. P. Cooper, are charged
in the complaint with conspiracy to
provont competition In Intcrstato
I West Cnclic Co.
I In offering his testimony Mr. Hen
I drickson related, first, his experience
in attempting to promote a factory at
fmalga and subsequently the opposi
tion overcome in establishing the
West Cache Sugar company at Corn
ish In anMwer to questions put to him
by Henry Ward Beer, special attorney
for the federal trade commission, con
ducting tho case for the government,
Mr. Hcndrickson told how at the re-1
quest of Abo Jorgenson he had set1
about tho organization of a company
to build a factory In the Amalga dis
trict in Cache valley.
Stock to tho amount of $1269,000
had been aubscribed for the under-)
taking, 4000 acres of beets had been
contracted for, ho said, and a first
payment of $50,000 had been made rb '
the Dyer Construction company for
the erection of u 500-ton capacity fac
tory when the Amalgamated com
pany, led by I,. R. Eccles, suddenly
doclded to build one-third of a mile
from his contemplated factory. Mr.
Hcndrickson testified further that !
when he had organized the company,!
he thought it advslbale to inform tho,
officers of the Utah-Idaho company
of his move "in tho Interests of ha,r
mony," and that he called on Morrill :
Nibley, vice-president of the com- '
Wanted Some Stock
Mr. Nibley, so Mr I-Iendrickson tes
tified, expresed his good will to the
undertaking and said that he would 1
lllcj to have some stock. Verv shortly .
after, this conversation, the witness
said, Mr. Nibley came to Logan and
informed Mr. Hcndrickson that he
was on his way to Amalga to inform
the farmers that the Amalgamated
was to build there, but that ho want
ed Mr. Hcndrickson to understand
i that he. Merrill Nibley, was "not
! doublo crossing" tho proposed inde
1 pendent plant, and that he was a par-I
ty to the meeting at the request of his I
father, C. W. Nibley. general manager
of the L'tah-Idaho Sugar company.
Following the meeting at which the
Amalgamated factory was promised,
Mr. Nibley informed Mr. Hcndrickson,
stf'tho latter testified that "I guess we
have done you up after promising
those farmers a factory and a rail
road." "Wo" in this case, Mr. Hen- i
drickson said, meant the Amalgamat- j
,ed Sugar company, of which C. W.
Nibley was at the time a director. j
After this enterprise had been "done
up," as Mr. Hcndrickson said, ho be- j
camo associated with Lorenzo N.
Stohl in tho promotion which be
came the West Cache Sugar company.
The warmest exchange between wit
ness and counsel so far during tiie
hearing came when Herbert R. Mac
millan, counsel for the Amalgamated
and Ernest R. Woolley. began his
cross-examination of Mr. Hcndrickson.
Mr. Hcndrickson told how, with
Mr. Stohl, he had obtained an option
on the abandoned sugar factory own
ed by Jesse Knight, the Eccles estate
and others in Canada, andhow it was
proposed to bring that plant to the
The. witness related the incidents of,
a conversation with L. R. Eccles of i
the Amalgamated, in which he quotod '
the latter as saying, "If you build In j
the Cache valley I will make it so hot
for you that you will never live long!
enougli to regret your action." and
further, "To hell with the people; the j
more you do for them tho less they
like it." In reply to a statement Mr.
Henderson said he made regarding i
tho benefit to the farmers of another
factory on the west side of the Bear
The Eccles interests. Mr Hcndrick
son' testified, offered as much as
much as $75,000 for the option he and I
Mr Stohl had for the Knights' Cana
dian factory. The Eccles opposition to
the West Cache undertaking was re
sponsible, so Mr. Hehdrickson said,
for tho suit subsequently brought
agninst himself and Mr. Stohl in the
district court here for the recovery of
Acting Tor ICcclcs
In this suit. Mr. Hcndrickson al
leged. Ernest R. Woolley was acting
for the Eccles people and -had at one
time offered Mr. Stohl immunity if lie
would not contest the action. Mr.
Wooloy. .so Mr. Hcndrickson testified,
was given stock control of the West
Cache through the assistance of the
Eccles interests and deposed the form
er board of directors. Including
MePsrs.Stohl and Hcndrickson.
During his cross-examination of this
GUILES W LEADS
MOW PLAYERS 1
m M DICE
Star of "Red Hot Dollars" Is
Chief Merrymaker at Ince
What could be more appropriate
than that Charles Ray, who has played
so many country boy heroes on the
screen, should bo the leader in an old
fashioned barn dance held recentfy at
the bigThomas H. Ince motion picture
studio The occasion was the com
pletion there of a monster "dark
stage" for the taking of night pictures. j
Mr. Ray and his company had just
finished their new picture, "Red Hot
Dollars," which will be shown at the
Ainambra theatre beginning tomorrow.
Several days wcro spent in turning
the "stage" into an exact reproduction
of a big country barn. When all was
finished, chickens perched on the
beams, horses were in the stalls, and
a real rural orchestra struck up the
music. Mr. Ray and his pretty lead
ing woman, Gladys George, led the
dancing. They wore appropriately clad
and went through the measures of the,
"Virginia reel" and "lancers" with true
bucolic abandon. Hard cider was the
chief refreshment, and the party lasted
until well Into the morning. j
TO CMEEL ORDER
DOUGLA-. April 16. A telegram,
was sent lo Postmaster General Burle
son asking that he rescind his order
orbidding mail from ihe United States
Lo be directly sent to Bonoru and speci
fying thai it be sent into Mexico
:hrough Juarez, Chihuahua. Arizona
ienators and representative and the
:hree governors also were asked to use
.heir influence to have the order re
t'olcd. Chamber of commerce speak
?rs said mail routed through Juarez
vould not reach its destination, and
merican mining companies and other
ioncerns in Sonora would be unable to
I adequately look after their Mexican
I -The message concerning the pro
I posed passage of Mexican 1 federal
; troops from EI Paso. Texas, .to Dmig
i las said that to enter Sonora to at
I tack (he Sonora troops I he Carranza
j soldiers would be compelled lo fight
their way from United btates territory
into Sonora and the battle would open
in this side of the international bound
iary. such a move wouid imperil vast
American -r.teresls and incur the en
mity of the people of Sonora loyal lo
the state, it was said.
The chamber of commerce an
nounced it would renew its request to
the war department that more troops
be sent to Douglas because of the
danger of a battle in Agua Prieta,
i across the boundary line from here.
Cattle Suffering in
OTTAWA, April 1(5 Payment of
customs duly on hay entering Canada
at the Manitoba point of entry from
the United States today was ordered
indefinitely suspended because of a
shortage of feed in that province. Duty
previously had been remitted on hay
entering the provinces of Saskatche
wan, Alberta and British Columbia,
all of which suffered from severe
drought last summer.
Calgary, April 17. The shortage of
feed in the province of Alberta liasi
caused farmers to kill several thous
and cattle, it was reported today. Con
ditions are worse in the, northern part
of the province where supplies of feed
cannot be readied because of the-deep
. CENSUS STATISTICS
WASHINGTON. April 17. Now
Castle, Pa.. 4-i.!)3S; increase, S.G5S, or
23.9 per cent.
Muskegon. Mich., S 0,5 70; increase,
12.50S. or 52 per cent.
Mount Vernon, 0-, 0,237;' increase,
150, or 1.7 per cent.
Madison, Ind., C,711; decrease, 223,
or 3.2 per cent.
Grcensburg'. Lnd. 5,345; decrease,
75, or 1.4 per cent.
Plainfield. N. J., 27,700; increase,
7,150, or 34. S per cent.
Brad dock. Pa.. 20.S79; increase,
1,522, or 7.9 per cent.
New Philadelphia, O., 10.71S; in
crease, 2.17C, or 25.5 per cent.
witness. Mr. Macmillan a number of j
times called upon Judge Dunham fori
assistance in getting answers from
him. Mr. Hcndrickson testified that
he felt "bitter" against Mr. Woolley
and that ho had no absolute knowl
edge of Mr. Woolley's ownership of
stock In the West Cache.
i i i
kwans Urging Name
of Edwin T. Meredith
DES MOINES, la., April 16. Reso
lutions formally "presenting to the
i Democrats of the nation" Mr. Edwin
T. Meredith, "as our candidate for
j president" were presented by Claude
j R. Porter, counsel for the federal trade
I commission. The ..resolutions also
uiged upon the delegates from Iowa to
the national convention- to use their
Influence to put Mr. Meredith as a can
didate before delegates from other
states cind to do everything possible to
bring about his nomination.
Wilbur Marsh, national committee
man from Iowa, told the conference the
Iowa delegation would be instructed
as requested in the resolutions. When
chosen several weeks ago the' dele
gales were not instructed for any per
son as a candidate.
Mr. Meredith was not at the con
ference. In addition to Mr. Marsh, W.
D. Jamieson, national financial secre
tary attended. Members of the state
cummittpn also were present. The con
ference was called by J. W. Reynolds,
state chairman. Mr. Porter came di
rect from Washington to the meeting.
IN NEW ORLEANS
, NEW ORLEANS. April 1G Despite
tne protest of Major Brailhwaitc Wal
lis, British consul general. Eammon dfc
Valera, provisional president- of thfc
Irish republic, was welcomed here to
night as a distinguished visitor and
was given the freedom of the city.
Major Vallis filed a fonnel protest
in the name of the British government
with Acting Mayor Ricks against the
plans for the entertainment of the vis
itor. The train upon which de Valora ar
rived was nine hours late owing to a
wreck today at Bay Minnett, Ala., and
i for a time reports were current that
the Irish leader had been injured. He
i explained that he had only "got wet a
little" as a result of the delay.
At a receptionin his honor at Loyola
university, the degree of doctor of laws
was conferred upon de Vaiera.
Gen. de Metz Deities
FRANKFORT, April 1C GencralJdc
Metz, commanding the French forces
of occupation on the right bank of
the Rhine today instructed the news
papers hero to public a denial of the
German government's statement that
high French officers at a meeting in
Mayence discussed questions of politi
cal strategy, the object of which was
to divide Germany up into small re
"This statement is absolutely with
out foundation," the denial said.
"Neither on the ninth of April nor pre
viously has any such meeting taken
News despatches received here last
Tuesday .from Berlin said that. a. semi
official statement had been published
there quoting: from what purported to
be a report of a conference of French
officers of high rank ut Mayence at
which it was said to have been, agreed
that the "line of the Rhine" was neces
sary for the protection of France
against the "revenge ideas of German
The recreation of a buffer stale was
considered, the report added, which
would include that part of the right
bank . of the Rhine comprising the
Ducsseldorf industrial district, the
Ruhr region, Frankfort and its neigh
Mary Pickford api Her
Hosted Refuse to Talk
LOS ANGELES, April 1C. Marj
Pickford and her husband, Douglas
Fairbanks, declined to discuss a suit
against the former to set aside her
divorce from Owen Moore, recently
obtained in Nevada.
A secretary said Mr. and Mrs. Fair
banks felt the rnatter, being a pending
court proceeding, could not be dis
cussed with propriety except by their
Sentenced to Prison
Portland, Ore., April 17. Karl W.
Oster, former secretary of the Oregon
branch of the communist labor parly
of America, found guilty March, 20 of
violation of the slate criminal syndi
calism act, was sentenced to serve five I
years in the state penitentiary. Clnudcl
Hurst, financial secretary of the local
branch, was sentenced to two years,
and Fred W. Ery was admitted to pa
role under a two-year sentence,
GREAT LOSS OF FOOD.
COPENHAGEN. April 17. Several
large foodstuff warehouses in Har-burg-,
six miles south of Hamburg,
wero burned April 15, says dispatches
from that town. The loss on the con
tents alone is estimated at 25,000.000
N. Y. Stock Exchange
Denies Comer in Stock
NEW YORK. April 16. The New'
York stock exchange. In an exhaustive
review of the circumstances leading
to its suspension in the Stutz motor
stock, tonight Issued a statement de
nying that such action "was dictated
by a desire to benefit the short inter
ests," or that it had been "influenced
by the personal interests of its mem
bers." The committee knew there was a
"corner" in tho stock which the pub
lic did not know, tho statement said,
and "knowing that there was no longer
a free and open market, it was bound
to suspend dealings In It for the pro
tection of the public."
When Allan A. Ryan, chairman of
the board of directors of the Stutz mo
tor car company, went before the bus
iness conduct committee of the ex
change, he declared Stutz motor stock
was cornered, tho statement said, and
gave corroborative details "which, if
true, indicated he owned eightv thous
and shares of Stutz stock and that he
and his family, friouds and immediate
associates owned, or had contract for,
tho delivery to them of ptock aggre
gating 110,000 shares; or 10,000 shares
more than the total capital stock of
the company." Ho was then informed
,lt adds, that "the situation must not
I continue; that he alone was in a po
sition" to put an end to the corner and
must take whatever steps wero ncces
I sary to do1 so."
Poles Approve Action
of French Government
PARIS, Anrll 16. The Polish gov
ernment has informed the French min
Ister at Warsaw that iL entirely ap
j proves the action of France In oc
cupying Frankfort and Darmstadt. Po
land desires, just as does France, the
, carrying out as a whole of the treat
j of Versailles, It was explained.
' Mails For Mexico to
Go By Way of Juarez
DOUGLAS, Ariz., April 16 Post
master Rankins of this city today re
iceived instructions from Postmaster-
General Burleson that all mails destin
cd for points beyond the border in
I Mexico hereafter shrall be routed by
a;' of Juarez, instead of Agua Prieta.
of Work on Piers
NEW YORK, April 16. Partial re
sumption of-workron the; piers of the
Clyde, Mnllory and Southern Steam
ship lines through the employment oi
men: not affiliated-wjtli the striking
longshoremen was reported today by
I U. F. Kelley, assistant to the general
manager of the lines.
Mg Island Launches
PHILADELPHIA, April 16. Hog Is
land launched today its 100th vessel
the cargo carrier. Independence Kali.
Mrs. Murdoch Kendrick, of Philadel
phia, was the sponsor.
DENIES SHIPS SEIZED.
I DOUGLAS, Ariz.. April x t . J. M.
jAlvares Tostodo. until the withdrawal
of the state of Sonora from the gov
I ernment of Mexico collector of cus
j toms at Agua Prieta, in a statement
made public here today, said he had
(received a message from Mexico City
saying tho report that two Mexican
gunboats had been seized by Sonora
officials on the west coast was untrue.
"The two ships are off the coast of
Colima and Sinaloa," said Toslodo,
"and their crews have sworn allegi
ance to tho Carranza government."
Tostodo also said he had received
information from "unimpeachable
sources ' that labor unions at Cananea,
Pilarcs and Nncozari, where are locat
ed big mining camps, had passed reso
lutions condemning the Sonora state
government for withdrawing from the
General Alvaro Obrcgon still is in
Mexico uty, Tostodo said, and will
Inot be permitted to Ieavo the capital
until an investigation of the rebel
chieftain, General Roberto Cejudo, is
completed. Mexico City reports and
reports received by Sonora officials at
Agua Prieta had said Obrcgon and his
campaign'manager. Benjamin Hill, had
fled from tne capital.
TOOK A SEVERE COLD.
"Our 5" year old son Paul took a ae
ere cold last winter that, settled on
his lungs and he had terrible coughing
spells. Wo were getting worried about
him as tho medicine we gave him did
not help him in the least. A neighbor
spoke so highly of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy that I got a bottle of it,
?.nd the fii;st dose benefited him so
much that 1 continued giving it to him
until he was cured," writes Mrs. Franh.
Crocker, Pana, 111.
For Subscription and Advertislna
Department, Call Phono No. 56.
Wanted Bell boy. Reed Hotel. -103
New Officers. Oaths of officers of
the Utah Construction company were
filed with the county clerk yesterday
Officers and directors include: Wil
liam H. Wattis, president; M. S.
Browning, vice president; E. O. Wat-i
tis, vice president; Warren L. WattisJ
secretary and treasurer; A. II. Chris
tensen; C. W. Nibley R. B Portor,
Joseph Scowcroft, diytctors; L. S.
Corey, assistant secretary nnd assist
Prompt service, cleaning, pressing
and alterations. Phono 513. Regal
Gets Pension. Lottie Boatwright of
'Ogden, has been granted a pension of
?25 a month, according to advices from
Kindling wood. Phone 82S. 424.
Visits Here. W. S. Millar of Salt
Lake, is spending the week end in Og
den with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.
Clean rags wanted at The Standard
Marriage License A marriage li
I cense was issued today by the county
clerk to James Edwin Cannon and Al
ta Bowman, both of Ogdcn.
Goes to Rock Springs. Harry L.
; Bowstow has gone to Rock Springs on
a business trip.
Clean rags wantea at The Standard
Improving. Miss Dorothy Ferguson,
who has been ill at her home on Bin
ford avenue, is improving.
Case Dismissed The cas of A. T.
Upton against Thomas Upton, in
which the latter was charged with
trespassing on property belonging to
the other, was dismissed in the city
court this morning?
From Coast Mrs. J. C. Nye has re
turned from California, where she
passed the winter. ' (
Florists Telegraph Delivery Assn.
Dumke Floral Co., Phone 250. 560
L'?;i-rrl wallpapei and calsomlne
clcantrs. Lowe and Greenvell. Phone
Pair Fined Tex Mead and Jack
Gricr, though they pleaded not guilty
to a charge of disturbing tho poact.
were given a sentence of $10 or 10
days by Judgo D. 11.' Kobcrta. Meau
' and Gricr were arrested this morning
,iit C:30 by Officer J. M. Hawkins,
J while fighting on Twenty -fifth street,
between Wall and Lincoln avenues.
BUICK, cement and plaster Jobbing;
chimneys, firewalls, etc. Phone 770.
Old paptrs or sale. Ogdcn Stand
ard. Real Ice cream, $2.25 delivered.
Grecnweil Confectionery 3030
Ogden Typewriter House for type-
writers and repairs, 2-122 Hudson Ave.
Coal All high grades. Phone 27.
I John Farr Coal Co.
SWITCILMEX RETURN TO WORK.
ALBUQUERQUE. N. M., April 10.-,
Tho striking switchmen at Winslow,
Ariz., returned to work at 3:46 this
afternoon, according to word reach
ing here, thus ending all troublo on
the Santa Fe railroad between here
and tho Pacific coast. Passenger and
freight trains, while running some
what late, due to tho strike, which
extended over a period of several
days, are moving and gradually re
gaining their regular schedules,
Desks, Chairs, Filing Cabinets
and everything for the office j
Office Supplies J
imr im rm m i rn i I i ""'
Over Western Union, Stevens Bldg.
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their having no reserve force or norvp fl
power to combat deadly diseases. A little
extra flesh i: needed by all to feel -wt'll
; and lo look -well, and this calls up thd
question of how best to increase the
J weight, rhysicians and chemists by ex
1 periments have solved the problem of in
creating the white and red corpuscles of
, the blood by the administration of 3 grain
hypo-nuclanc tablets, and this Is usually
followed by an increase of weight. Ob
tain In sealed packages, and take for a
period of several months, according to di
rcctlons with package, Advertisement.
. COULD NOT BEGIN TO TELL ALL
"1 could not tell you all the benefits
I had from the use of Foley's Honey
and Tar," writes Miss Rose Florke, 209
Hawkins ave., N. Braddock, Pa., "I had
a cold in my chest and fearing it
would cause pneumonia I tried Foley's
Honey and Tar and it was not long till
'. I felt relieved. 1 hope others suffer
ing from severe colds will try it."
; Many such letters have been written
about this time-tried, reliable family
medicine for coughs, colds, croup and
whooping cough. Sold everywhere.
CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH
Cut out this slip, enclose with 5c and
mail it to Foley & Co., 2S35 Sheffield
Ave., Chicago, 111., writing your name
and address clearly. You will receive
in return a trial package containing
Foley's Honey and Tar, for coughs,
colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills
ifor pain in sides and back; rheuma
tism, backache, kidney and bladder
ailments; and Foley Cathartic Tablets,
, a wholesome and thoroughly cleansing
cathartic, for constipation, biliousness,
' headache, and sluggish bowels. Sold
j everywhere. Advertisement.
COULD NOT STAND STRAIGHT
It does not take long, when the kid
neys are out of order and not doing
tleir work properly, for poisonous jH
I acids to accumulate in the system and
cause aches and pains. D. C. Damond, JM
2S65 W. 30 St., Cleveland, O., writes: IH
r'l caught cold and it settled in ray kid- IH
I nevs. My back and sides were so lame
'and sore" I could not stand straight. I . IH
use Foley's Kidney Pills with good re-
r.ults and am glad to testify to their JM
'helping power." Sold -.everywhere IH
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