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Points the Way to Comfort
and Health. Other Women
Moundsville, W. Va."I had taken
doctor's medicine for nearly two years
"(because my periods
were irregular, came
levery two weeks,
land I would suffer
I pains. A lady told
I me of Lydia E. Pink
[Compound and how
I much good it had
I done her daughter,
Iso I took it and now
[I am regular every
Jmonth and have no
pain at all. I recommend your medi
cine to everyone and you may publish
my testimonial, hoping that the Vege
table Compound does some other girl
the good it has done me. "Mrs. GEORGE
TEGABDEN, 916 Third Street, Mounds
ville, W. Va.
How many young girls suffer as Mrs.
Tegarden did and do not know where to
turn for advice or help. They often are
obliged to earn their living by toiling
day in and day out no matter how hard
the pain they have to bear. Every girl
who suffers this way should try Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and
if she does not get prompt relief write
to the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co.,
Lynn, Massachusetts, about her health.
Such letters are held in strict confi
When the habit of perseverance has
been formed, hard duties become easy.
HEAD STUFFED FROM
CATARRH OR A COLD
Says Cream Applied in Nostrils Opens
Air Passages Right Up.
Instant reliefno waiting. Your
clogged nostrils open right up the air
passages of your head clear and you
can breathe freely. No more hawking,
snuffling, blowing, headache, dryness.
No struggling for breath at night
your cold or catarrh disappears.
Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream
Balm from your druggist now. Apply
a little of this fragrant, antiseptic,
healing cream In your nostrils. It pen
etrates through every passage of the
bead, soothes the inflamed or swollen
mucous membrane and relief comes in
It's just fine. Don't stay stuffed-up
with a cold or nasty catarrh.Adv.
Every dog has his day, hut it's not
every dog tfcat knows when he's hav
Cuticura Soothes Baby Rashes
That Itch and burn with hot baths
of Cuticura Soap followed by gentle
anointings of Cuticura Ointment.
Nothing better, purer, sweeter, espe
cially if a little of the fragraut Cuti
cura Talcum is dusted on at the fiu
lsh. 25c each everywhere.Adv.
*'Is man an animalV"
I guezzo. Woman cuu make hlra
Jump through hoops."
Has Your Back Given Out?
Are you dragging along with a dull,
throbbing backache? Do you feel lame
in the morning suffer sharp twinges
at every sudden move? Then there's
something wrong! You may never
have suspected your kidneys, yet often
it's the kidneys that are at fault. You
may have headaches and dizzy spells,
too. Use Doan's Kidney Pills. They
have helped thousands and should help
you. Ask your neighbor I
A Minnesota Case
Mrs. P. Glinnon,
Hinckley, Minn., says:
"I had a steady back
ache and many times
when I bent over or
went to straighten my
back I had terrible
pains through my
back. My limbs ached
so I could hardly get
around, I used Doan's
Kidney Pills and they
helped me and drove
all the trouble away.
I*iven't had any kid
F05I1R-M1LBURN CO- BUFFALO, N. Y.
No cigarette has
the same delicious
flavor as Lucky
Watching the Work
WORKMEN BILL PASSED
Industrial Commission Created and
Bill Providing for Changes in Com
pensation Schedule Passed.
St. PaulBills creating the state in
dustrial commission and making nu
merous important changes in the com
pensation schedules for injured work
men, were passed by the house with
only slight amendments to the drafts
prepared by the house interim coiumis
Three other bills on the special order
were continued. They transfer to the
new industrial commission the work
of hotel inspection, boiler inspection
and the minimum wage commission.
The industrial commissiop as pro
vided' in the bill takes over the present
state labor department. The only ma
terial amendment adopted to this bill
was by J. B. Pattison, retaining civil
service for inspectors and statisticians.
It was adopted, 55 to 44, without seri
ous opposition from the sponsor of the
bill. W. r. Norton and John I. Levin,
of the interim committee, led the
fight. They defeated an amendment by
O. D. Nellermoe, taking appointment
of the industrial commission away
from the governor.
There was prolonged debate over
amendments to the compensation
schedules. Mr. Levin pointed out that
the benefits in the bill, including in
creases in the weekly maximum to $18
and the minimum to $12, all had been
agreed to by representatives of labor
and of the employers. The only im
portant amendment adopted was by
Erling Swenson, classing the loss of
both legs as "total permanent dis
There was a long light over an
amendment by Representative Neller
moe. providing compensation for an
accident causing disfigurement, even
when it does not affect the employa
biljty of the injured person. Supporters
of the bill said the amendment con
flicts with the whole theory of the law,
which is to compensate for loss of
earning power. It. was defeated on a
roll call, 24 to 78.
Farmers Ask Flood Relief.
Minnesota valley farmers, who have
been drowned out by floods, appeared
before the senate drainage committee
urging a relief appropriation and meas
ures to check future overflows of the
river. They blamed di-ainage opera
tions for increasing the river's flow in
flood times. The hearing was con
Bills introduced in the house include
one by Representative George B.
Wicker creating a state public safety
commissioner whose duty it shall be to
co-ordinate the efforts of all the peace
and prosecuting officers of the state to
bring about the capture and prosecu
tion of criminals a bill by Represen
tative P. J. McPartin forbidding the
establishment of so-called "army and
navy stores" by any one other than
an officer of the United States army
or navy a bill by Representative E.
W. Cameron authorizing the appropria
tion of money for soldiers' tuition ac
crued and unpaid for lack of funds,
and one by Representative James
Cummings providing old age and dis
ability pensions for Ramsey county
Tonnage Tax Action Deferred.
Action on the tonnage tax bills was
deferred again at a meeting of the
house committee on taxes, and it was
voted to ask Attorney General Clif
ford L. Hilton to appear before the
committee for making his legal
grounds for making the proposed levy
an "occupation tax." The meeting will
be Friday at 9:30 a. m. Several mem
bers of the committee objected to the
The committee was callefl to take
action on two bills recommended by
a subcommittee. One is the statutory
tonnage tax act, and the other the con
stitutional amendment proposed as a
"follow up" measure to remove doubts
as to constitutionality. Both were
drafted by the attorney general and
his staff, and the sub-committee rec
ommended that they be Introduced as
committee bills. However, the "occu
pation" feature struck the members of
the committee unfavorably.
Senate Hits "Pittsburgh Plus."
The trade practice known as "Pitts
burgh Plus" was described by Senator
George H. Sullivan in the senate as
operating to "throttle the industries ft!
the state" and the federal trade com
mission was asked, in a joint resolu
tion, to issue a complaint against the
practice. After a brief debate the res
olution was unanimously passed under
a suspension of the rules. The same
resolution was introduced yesterday in
the house, and was referred to the
committee on markets and marketing.
Fight Seen on Short Day for Women.
The eight hour day for women will
be debated before the house committee
on public welfare at 7:30 p. m. Do
mestics are excluded from provisions
of the measure. Lahor members will
vigorously sponsor the proposed law
and others will as vigorously oppose it.
A bill prohibiting roping of horses
or other animals was returned to ts
author by the house .public welfare
committee. The measure, as -drawn,
would prohibit farmers and ranchers
from properly "hog tying" fractious
nags and bulls, and prevent "rodeo"
and roundup shows at fairs.
THE TOMAHAWK, WHITE EARTH, MINN.
JLMRS. J. M. CRAIG, of Lot An
felts, Calif., who says no one
can feel more grateful for what
Tanlao has done than she does*
Declares the hat gained twelve
pounds and her health it now bet*
ter than in years.
"Of all the people who have taken
Tanlac, I don't believe there is any
one who feels any more grateful to it
than I do," was the statement made
recently by Mrs. M. Craig of 674%
East Fortieth street, Los Angeles.
"Like so many other families dur
ing the influenza epidemic last year
we all had it, and my own illness, to
gether with the worry over the rest
of our family, brought on a case of
genuine nervous prostration.
"I was so weak I couldn't even
sweep the floor, and during the day I
would have to lie down four or five
times. I tried to walk but found out
half a block was all I could stand be
fore I gave out. Nervous spells came
on me often.
"Every medicine I tried failed to
reach my case until finally my hus
band urged me to try Tanlac, and I
am indeed thankful that he did, for
It proved to be just what I needed.
"The first two bottles didn't seem
to help me. I guess that was because
I was so extremely bad off, but on the
third bottle I could tell I was improv
ing and that gave me more hopes than
ever of getting well.
"My improvement from then on was
rapid and by the time I had taken
five bottles of Tanlac I was better
and stronger than I had been in years.
I was sleeping soundly at night and
had gained twelve pounds in weight.
"That was several months ago and
from then until now I have been in as
good health as I ever was in my life
and have been doing all the house
w6rk by myself.
"It is simply remarkable how Tan
lac has built me up and I have told
everyone of my friends and relatives
what a wonderful medicine it is."
Tanlac is sold by leading druggists
Before and After.
Flintrazor (the barber)Just trim
the ends, I s'pose? I remember you
said your bride liked to toy with your
Bonescraper (the bridegroom)That
was before we were married. Clip it
close to the scalp so she can't get a
grip on it.Houston Post.
RUB RHEUMATIC PAIN
FROM ACHING JOINTS
Rub Pain right out with small trial
bottle of old "St. Jacobs Oil."
Stop "dosing" Rheumatism.
It's pain only not one case in fifty
requires internal treatment. Rub
soothing, penetrating "St. Jacobs Oil"
right on the "tender spot," and by the
time you say Jack Robinsonot\t
comes the rheumatic pain and distress.
"St. Jacob's Oil" is a harmless rheu
matism liniment which never disap
points and doesn't burn the skin. It
takes pain, soreness and stiffness from
aching joints, muscles and bones
stops sciatica, lumbago, backache and
Limber up! Get a small trial bottle
of old-time, honest "St. Jacobs OH"
from any drug store, and in a moment,
you'll be free from pains, aches and
stiffness. Don't suffer! Rub rheuma
Nothing Else to Do.'
"Algernon, I cannot be engaged to
you any longer."
"Why not? Some whim, I suppose."
"Because yesterday I married Mr.
"m that case I guess I'll have to re
lease you, kid."Louisville Courier
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cored
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
Catarrhal Deafness requires constitu
tional treatment. BAW6 CATARRH
MEDICINE Is a constitutional remedy.
Catarrhal Deafness is caused by an in
flamed condition of the mucous lining of
the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is
Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or
Imperfect hearing, and when It is entire
ly closed. Deafness la the result. Unless
the inflammation can be reduced, your
hearing may be destroyed forever.
HAU/S CATARRH MEDICINE acts
through the blood on the mucousi Bur
faces of the system, thus reducing the in
flammation and restoring normal con
Circulars free. All Druggists.
F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, Ohio.
A twelve-year-old girl writes to her
newspaper to say that children rarely
cause panics, that it is the "nervous,
excitable women" who are at fault.
How about it?Collier's Weekly.
After putting up a bluff a man is
sure to stumble over It
PASS FOUR MAJOR BILLS
Public Markets Measure Sanctioned by
Majority of 82-Highway, election
and Co-Operative Bills Re
Four measures of major importance
were passed by the House of Repre
sentatives. It was the largest day's
business accomplished by the lower
ness accomplished by the lower
branch at this session.
Two'of the bills passed have already
passed the Senate and the other two
now go to upper body for action. Th
The bill to make the Minneapo
lis Chamber of Commerce, Duluth
Board of Trade and South St. Paul
Livestock exchange public mar
kets, opening their membership to
all kinds of co-operative organiza
tions. The vote was 95 to 13.
An amendment to the election
law which will prevent candidates
defeated* in the primary from run
ning as independents. The vote
was 81 to 36.
The highways administration
bill, providing for control by a
single commissioner. The vote was
103 to 19.
A co-operative bill, providing
that the state commissioner of ag
riculture shall assist in the or
ganization and conduct of co-opera
tive associations, auditing their
books' on request, etc. The vote
was 98 for and none against.
Vote on Road Bill.
The vote on the highways bill came
after consideration at three sessions.
Twice attempts were made to amend
the bill to provide for a commission
to control the building of Minnesota's
On the final roll call the following
representatives voted against the road
administration bill: Anderson, Theo
dore Christiansen, Day, Eaton, Gart
ner. C. M. Gislason, Grove, Haugland,
Iverson, Jacobson, Kozlak, L. B. Olson,
Lars Olson, Spindler, Teigen, Thomp
son, Thorkelson, Washburn and Welch
The following were absent and not vot
ing: Cameron, Emmons, T. J. Greene,
Levin, Miner, O'Keefe, Pederson, Tim
Perry and West. All the others were
recorded in favor of the bill.
Little Debate on Market Bill.
Debate on the bill to make the grain
and livestock exchanges was short.
Passage of the bill had been conceded,
following an opinion by the attorney
general that it was constitutional.
Representative Wilkinson of Lake
Elmo spoke for the measure. He ar
gued that all marketing machinery
was under state supervision and regu
lation, except the private exchanges,
in which prices are fixed for farm
Primary Defeat Final.
By a vote of 81 to 36 the House
passed the Senate bill to prevent a
candidate defeated in the primaries
from running for the same office at
the general election following.
MAY VOTE ON DEATH PENALTY
Voters of Minnesota may have the
opportunity to ballot on the question
of death sentences for those convicted
of first degree murder.
Representative F. E. Niniocks of
Minneapolis, introduced a bill in the
house, proposing to amend Article I
of the constitution by adding this sec
"Section 19Every person convicted
of the crime of murder in the first de
gree, as now defined by law, shall be
punished by death, provided the jury
in finding such person guilty of mur
der in the first degree, shall include
in its verdict a recommendation that
the death penalty be imposed.. The
execution of such death sentence shall
be by electrocution. Suitable laws
shall be enacted by the legislature for
the carrying out of the provisions
Mr. Nimocks introduced two bills in
the legislature, the first ones thrown
into the hopper this session, providing
the death penalty by electrocution.
The author has been testing sentiment
among members, and the result of his
inquiries has raised doubt about the
passage of the original bills, many of
the solons claiming the people should
have a voice on the proposal.
LAND BILL IS INTRODUCED
Bills,, designed to promote drainage
and cut-over land development, a
so-called roadhouse bill, and Minne
apolis measures for charter curative
and city planning enabling acts,
featured a list of twenty-seven new
bills introduced in the House of Rep
Roadhouses, dance halls, pool halls,
bowling alleys, theatrical and other
shows and even circuses outside of
cities and villages will be placed un
der regulation by county boards of
commissioners in the event of pass
age of the bill by Representative J.
R. Sweitzer, St. Paul. It provide** that
the county boards may prohibit, or II
ceose and regulate such places and
Investigation to determine the most
economical and efficient methods of'
clearing and developing cut-over
lands is made the duty of the Uni
versity of Minnesota through the
college of agriculture, under a bill
carrying an appropriation of $25,000.
A drainage survey is committed to
the state, agricultural experiment sta
tion under a bill introduced by the
"Soldiers' Rests" will be establish
ed as burial places for deceased vet
erans under a bill by Representative
S. W. Child. Minneaoolis
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Then it is Genuine
Warning! Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets,
you are aot getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by
physicians for 21 years and proved safe by millions.
Accept only an "unbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin," which contains proper directions for Colds, Headachy
Pain, Toothache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Neuritis, Lumbago.
Even speed when we are anxious
seems like delay.Syrus.
Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cort but a few centsLarger packages.
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Fine literature is a mosaic in whjch
unexpected words are in opposite
Of course, if you are content to
have only temporary relief- from
the terrifying- itching and burning
of fiery, naming skin diseases, then
you are satisfied to remain a slave
to ointments, lotions and other lo
cal remedies applied to the surface
of the skin.
Seal genuine relief from eczema,
tetter, scaly eruptions or any other
form of skin irritations cannot be
expected until you free your blood
of the germs which cause these
disorders. And for this purpose
POINT HE HAD OVERLOOKED
Until That Moment, of Course, Thug
Had Not Realized He Was
Breaking the Law.
Archibald Periwinkle had $14 in his
pocket, and he hated to walk home
However, he decided that four bits
was too much to pay for a taxi ride,
so he started afoot. From the shadow
of a building stepped a masked man.
"Throw up your hands," commanded
the man, presenting a gun.
Archibald did. But he frowned.
"Sir," said Archibald, "have you a per
mit to carry that gun?"
"I have not," replied the thug.
"Then you are breaking the law.
You do not wish to do that, do you?"
"No, indeed!" replied the thug.
"Thank you for calling my attention
And, throwing his gun away, the
man disappeared in the darkness.
Didn't Feaze Him.
A well-known author was vainly en
deavoring to write the other morning,
when he was repeatedly interrupted
by his six-year-old son.
"If you ask me one more question,"
the harassed writer declared at last,
"I will go and drown myself."
"Father," came the small voice,
"may I come and see you do it?"
Mankind is divided into two classes
those who drive autos and those
vrlio dodge them.
erage whenyou iise
it ri i AIM mliA.
A dressmaker may not have a grace
ful form, but she knows bow to make
up for it.
Few photograpers would care to
take people for what they are worth.
Skin Sufferers Do Not
Want MereTemporary Relief
there is no remedy that gives more
satisfactory results than S.S.S., the
fine old blood remedy that goes
down to the source of every blood
disorder and routs out the germs
which cause the trouble.
S.S.S. is sold by all, druggists.
Begin taking it today, and if you
will -write a complete history of
your case, our medical director 'will
give you expert advice without
charge. Address Chief Medical Ad
viser, 155 Swift Laboratory, Atlan
ENVIED HIS SMALL DAUGHTER
Duck Hunter Would Have Given Much
for the Power She Exercised
Betty, four years old, lives In a
modern apartment in Brooklyn, facing
Prospect park. She knows all the
squirrels in the park and the bird*
that stay there in the summer.
For several weeks Betty has been
lonesome because all her .feathered
friends went in search of warmer
weather, but now she has plenty of
company again. Wild ducks are her
The ducks coming alight in Prospect
park lake and generally remain a week
or two to rest and feed. They are
wary of men, but not afraid of chil
dren, if Betty is an example.
The other day she was walking
with her father, a duck hunter. Betty
noticed she couldn't get near the ducks
while she was with her father, but
when she left him and ran along the
shore alone she found she could ap
proach them. After a little coaxing
the ducks swam up and ate pieces of
popcorn from her hand.
"And I have to crawl through a
swamp on my hands and knees to get
within gunshot of them," mused her
father.New York Sun.
Every unselfish act is turning tha
searchlight* into some dark corner.
It's unlucky to bet $13 on another
man's game on Friday.
Its pleasing Aavorre-*
sexnbles that Q coffee, but
it contains none of cof?
fee's harmful elements*
Made in the cup "Quick
as a winkT by the addition
of hot water, strongor mild
I suit individual taste,,~
JhstantPoscam is the Heal Drink
for all the family.
MadeV Postum Cereal Gmipaigr.Inc*
Battle Creek. Michigan.