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THE ROCK ISLAXD AHGUS. MONDAY. OCTOBER 14, 1912.
J. HAMILTON LEWIS, WHO SPOKE AT
ILLINOIS THEATRE THIS AFTERNOON
WILSON STILL IN
BUSINESS MEN TO
CHAMP CLARK, WHO IS TO BE HEARD
AT ILLINOIS THEATRE THIS EVENING
THE LEAD: SO SAY
1 ARCH FOR WILSON
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IN NEW YORK CITY
jcrom AH Part3 of the Country
Planning to Hold Immense Mass
Meeting in the Next Two
Signs Point to the New
. Jersey Governor.
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BRYAN SPEAKS OF
YOURG MEM'S DUTY
IN THE CAMPAIGN
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Says They Should Line Up forithe hon,'sl exponent of genuine pro-
Dunne for Governor of
' Sj.i-I;.l ! Tlio Art-ny )
Chicago. Oct. 14. Attrt u-t bv the
reportH of the micc-p sf ul organiza
tion of Vouhk Men's Wilhnn and
1'uniiB rluliH :n rhic.in and in prac
tically ewry county of Illinois, Wil
liam Jiiftir. liiyan has t.otit a telo
gram to VYIiliam 1.. OVoii'i"!!. c!.;ir
man of ihe d i,iocin'r sta. ar.ip iii;'i
rii in l ;-ivi:ii; I,:.; roc.'MUM t
why oiini; iiicii h!iou!i1 aff',ii:ip with
the clfUHii iat ic pa riy
!! doi'l.iros iliar t 1 1 viung nu n of
'llinoiH himu'.il t-m.iior' -J m . 1 i linn-,"
"! oh ii, .. h w n'.:.l niii!i. tti.-ir gov-
rcnit iit f;;:rlv r 'pr.'M-ntativo if a
prwtroKhi.p ilM,i '.: -,pv p -opW-" .Mr.
ltryati B totegratti v.as as follows:
"Voting Hi .: f ; : !;, v it It the
(lom irr.it , i- p.irtv i t '.'-1J li ''-aus-' ii
Hurl lu-" 't; (;...,!. . i j
Clyde I). Taven.i.-r of Cordova. 111.,:.
uemiirrai ic oiuji.i; ii' tor contrt ss ii
the 14:!i llhno.s tl'iKt. iilletl on M.e
(iu Ite Sa'un'.iv nf'ertio. i.i and ao
at the looal iIhiikh i a' ic l;ead piarlors.
Ho made ,i sp;eni.d iniiression upon
a l he met and wi,! utnloubtedly prove
a HtroitK candidate I'e rtates that
bis chance for si. ess ate g ;tJ a'ei
that llH fpects to be 'e ted.
Mr. Tavenner had tiie following to
Say of the pohtkal suuatiou u roso
"I era making the race for congress
across the river : the 14tli lli nois
district. wi-h ti n f;o.'d ( ham es of suc
cess. My oppoi t.t is C. J Si arle, an
attorney of Uook Island, who is
mougiu n,u.ie wen oi in n.s nome . for tnt. improvement of countrv roads
county, but who is at a strong disad-ond !he establishment of an agricul
vantage because of his tttempt to , tural experiment farm in everv county,
represent botii the Taft and Roosevelt, s. venty-two per cent of the tota: rev
factK.ns of his party. a (lf )nt, pnv(,rnH,Pnt are now bo.
"1 have tried to make niy position ! ,U(. gpon. fl,r nljntarl8m and ouly two
as plain as u bright sunny day, so thatj p,.r rent for agriculture,
the people will krow exactly wheie to I ..The pPopie are invited to keep this
find me and what to expect if I am lift and to note whpther. if elected.
f . S-0.. .,-..wl I
i am om ...r,,u i... f.ee-i.i.
MRS. M. R. ROBERTSON, factory expert
from the Fleisher company, will be with us for
TWO WEEKS, commencing Oct. 14, to demon
strate the various useful and beautiful possi
bilities of "FLEISHER YARNS."
You are cordially invited to attend her
classes which will be held in our art needle sec
tion on second floor.
There will also be a notable exhibition of gar
ments, showing the newest models in SWEAT
ERS, SHAWLS, AFGHANS, BLANKETS, ETC.,
including FLEISHER S YARN KIDS, the quaint
little dolls that everyone is making. We have
at all times a complete line of FLEISHER S
YARNS in every wanted color.
J.H. C. Petersen's Sons
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I Is building for popular government
icti Kj!irl foundation uncompromising
i'"" ev:l8 or Private monopoly
which it denounces as indefensible I
i and intolf-rable. It is the defender !
ioi nonest luausiry ana enterprise ana
its Dolicifs will rromote that rood i
healthy industrial growth upon which '
penral prosperity must depend.
jo'ing men snotna lane ineir eiana
I witi Woodrow Wilson because he is
i li- champiou of policies designed to
i throw op'-n the door of opportunity
! for those who would render rea". ser
' vice to tiocifty.
l'he young men of
Illinois sliould Hupport Judge Edward
F. Dunne because his heart is in line
wi.h tl,e still sad music of humanity'
and ho in worthy leader for those who
would make their government fairly i
!opr'M ntative of a progressive and
liappv people. " .
.T'n'i'i- Dunne immediately after the
U'ilfou nt 'otings in Chicago left for
Contralia where he spoke at two meet
it:?K. Saturday ho addressed a big
; rii!au At!irican meeting in Elm
hurst. Mis schedule for the week
:s as fol'ows:
Mum'.ay. Oct. 14. 100-tnile autoco
l.:i- t i:r of Lake county and mass
foot !:.' at Waukegan; ()t. 1". Maon-
m; On. '"., La Salle; Oct. IT, Chats-
worth; Oct. Vs. Galrsburg and Abing-(
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Here is what I worked hard for as
l: v, tpaiJcr man ill Washington. Hlld
w'lav I pledge myself to continue to
work I'or if elected to congress:
"1. Reduction of the tariff on wool
ens, ai d oilier nvcr ss.iri-s of life, in
iider that the cost of living may be re
duced. "-. I'or an income tax. which will
rutuiro the rich to bear a fair propor
; ion of the bunion of taxatiou, which
they are not now doing.
"3. For $1 a day pensions for old
-4. For the removal of the 'gag'
'nun government employes. I
l.iss money for $I'.n,ii'i,oofl bat-!
tb st.ips. which cost Jl.i ,'mhi to mailt-
tain, ana larger federal expenditures
niv riorformanees in cortirress square!
jwith my preelection promises.'
SpH-iaI Corrf-spondence of The Argus.
New York, Oct. 12. J. M. Gordon,
present of the National Travelers
AVoodrow Wilson league, has just com
pleted a tour of the west in behalf of
i the league. Mr. Gordon has made the 1
j tour of th? country tinder orders to get
unbiased political data. He has report-
ed to W. D. Jamieson, former congress-;
man from Iowa, who is in active charge
of the organization of the democratic
national committee of New York, that
tlA hua i tirshla trt fln1 nnv Karf I
ppots in the west for Governor Wilson.
Mr. Gordon says:
"While California has long been re
publican, I expect to see it go demo
cratic. In Los .Angeles Roosevelt spoke
to 8,000 and Bryan addressed an audi
ance of 35.00H.
"The newspapers in California of re
publican faith are about equally divid-
ed between Taft and RcoseTelt. The j ert La Follette before the republicsn business of this country has general
democrats are united and are gaining : national convention last June, has 1 free, welcome access to the councils
every day. Both Washington and Ore- become one of Wilsons strongest j of government all the friction between
gon will go for Wilson. The women in , backers in the Golden state. Spreck-! business and politics will disappear.
Washington wi!l vote practically en e!s say8 that the Taft and La Fcl- j Woodrow Wilson."
masse for Wilson. j lette republicans in California will' President Dodge wired in reply:
"In Wyoming I find that Wilson leads , unite with the democrats next month j "The executive committee of the Na
his two opponents. Montana and Ida- ' ?nd defeat the Roosevelt electors in i tioia". League of Business Men for
ho phow every indication of getting
j into the democrat'c column. There is i
: no question about Colorado going for ,
the democrats. j
"We have more than 13,000 traveling j
mPn in the democratic league and hun-1
dre3B are joining every day."
xhe Bowen Manufacturing company
n. Ky,, x- v eiminr ,ih
grade mechanics, has taken a poll.
ttith the f0H0wing results:
Election betting took a boost yester
day, with Wilson quotations of 4 to 1
in Wall street, and with the announce-!
ment of his nuotations on the nresl-!
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oentiai canainates Dy James tJ lyary, ;
the Chicago bookmaker. O Leary s
Wilson. 2 to 5.
Taft 2 to 1 I
Roop'eveit. 4 to 1. i
' Debs 1 000 to 1 '
Chafln. 5.000 to 1. '
A Wall street betting commissioner !
yesterday showed $4,000 which he was !
anxious to place on Wilson against !
Jl.oou. The short end was not cover-!
ed. only $2 0 of the $1,000 heing put '
out. The ?4.000 was sent down into !
the finan.ial district bv a democratic 1
contractor. and betting men said it was '
i One betting commissioner said that
.at this time in the 1I08 campaign he
had handled $100,000. This year his
.estimate of bets placed was $10,ooo.
The od ls stand at S to 1 against Ta't
and 4 to 1 against Roosevelt
was one offer of 1 to 3 that Wilson i
would receive a greater popular vote j
,than Roosevelt and Taft combined. !
Several small bets of $200 or $300 j
rai d wero renorfpH t S tn 1 on KnWpr
The Pythian States exhibition, now
being hold at the r.th regiment armory.
Baltimore. Md.. has been conducting a;
straw vote, with the following results: '
The Yotmgstown, Ohio, Vindicator is
carrying on a straw vote and gives the
Chicago. Oct. 14. The Chicago Rec-j
ordHerald's iotal poll of the state fair!
at Spnngfield last week, shows:
Roosevelt 2.713 ,
PLANNING CLUB TO
BOOST E. F.DUNNE
There la a movement on foot in
Rock Island to organize a Dunne for
Governor club. A well attended meet
ing waa held yesterday at the demo
cratic headquarter! in the Rock Is
land house and pana for the proposed
organization were made. Promises to
Join the new club came from all parts
of the city and from various classes
of voters, evincing the fact that Ed
ward F. Dunne is a popular candidate
and one who will get a vote far ex
ceeding the normal democratic count.
The Wilson club w ill Join hands ;
with the Dunne club which will doubt- j
less have its headquarters with those j
of the county committee and the Wil
Executor's Sal at Auction.
Executor of estate of George Bennett i
will aa11 cntlra at rwk- rf flvt,,ro.
- - - ouu , Birecgrn ana elasticity into me stom-
tock consist of $9,000 worth of furs. ! ach walls and build up the general con
glovee. sporting goods, fixtures, etc. j dition of the stomach so that you can
This stock will be sold in lots or In j digest the heartiest meal without fear
bulk to suit dealers, and can be seen ; o distress.
at the store room. 1619 Second avenue, i Guaranteed for indigestion, dizzi-
Rock Island. Monday and Tuesday, to j
aeaiers onj. saie taicea place Wed- neaaacne, ana an diseases arising
neaday. Oct. 16. at 2 p. m. Sale eub-! from a deranged stomach. Large box j The pleasant purgative effect ex
Ject to approval of the executor. Con-1 10 cents at the Thomas Drag com- perlenced by all who use Chamber-
nelly & Connelly, attorneys for execu-!
tor. Samuel Marks, auctioneer. (Ad
vertisement). All the new an the time The Argun.
Kudo'.ph Spreckles, the wealthy San
Francisco new spaper publisher who :
rendered important services to Rob-1
GORE'S RICH JOKE
If Teddy Were in Zoo He Would
Let Lions Do Their Full
Chicago, Oct. 14. Senator Thomas
P. Gore of Oklahoma was the guest !
of the Irish Fellowship club at a Uinch-1
eon at the Hotel LaSalle Saturday and j
,n nis speech highly praised the Irish'
fm. , i, . . . .-. , i, ., t t ii ,.! ; -, i i
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'"B l"c unu.
"P1 ,,lat. 1 was kidnapped from
p u ""'crane ut'ui(uanfrb. i wouiu
not stand for it. but I m an Irishman
myself and cannot complain. 1 !
" ine trisn nave ne.pou to govern
a11 countries except their own. but
,hp prospects for that are brightening
"l won't sa' a wor1 abnut Roose-
vp,t- because 1 understand that he is
almn ,n u,ls yr? ''"""r'S lnls
momf,nt- Uut 1 wou!d Ha-V if ne were
in a zo fiome P"ace- evTy 11011 do
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AN IRISH LEGEND.
The Foxes Mourn When a Head of tha
Gormanston Family Dies.
"Among the oldest families in Ire-
land are the Cormaustous. It is said
that w hen the Lead of the house dies
and for some days before the foxes
lrvive n'l the neighboring coverts and
...ll.t nt ft, a. ,!,,,. r t, r....t Ti.io
pt range phenomenon," writes K. T.
Ilunipliries in the National Review.
"occurred when the twelfth Viscount
Gormanston died in 1Si and again in
; ISTi), whe'i the thirteeuth viscount
shook off this mortal coil. The four
t 'enth holler of the title did in l'.H)7.
Inquiry was then made to lest the
truth or otherwise of the weird leg-
J "The son. In a letter published in the
New Irish Review, stated that when la
j the chapel watching his father's re
I mains prior to burial be beard noises
I outside as of a log sniffing- at the door.
I'pon opening it there was a full grown
fox close to the steps and several more
firniln1 thft rhnrph Tho narhman
rnia , nroaa'a r.f ,
d(es anotI)r fjiu)v ref:unpr ' 1
..Te dauhtPr of the fhirt0(.nth suc.
lessor wrote saying that upon the ill-
ness of her father the foxes sat In
pr.lrs under the bedroom windows,
howling and barking all night, and If
driven nway returned.
"The family crest is a running fox.
and a fox is one of the supporters of
tae family arms."
Sourness, Gas, Heaviness, Heartburn
Co in Five Minutes.
Eat a hearty meal if you want to.
Then take two Mi-o-na tablets and
you'll wonder why that old stomach of
: ours is so quiet and comfortable,
But if "Mi-o-na was only a oueller
oi stomach disturbance, it wouldn't be
such a good medicine for you to put in
.Mi-o-na tauiets oo more tnan give
they clean, renovate, rjut'
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tees, biliousness, sleeplessness, sick
Pny and druggists everywhere.
Free trial treatment acd booklet
from Booth's Mi-o-na, Buffalo. N. Y..
n eo also Ell mail orders oti receipt of
New York. Oce. 14. The National
League of Business Men for Wilson
and Marshall are planning to hold a
mass meeting in Madison Suqar Gar-
A r . ...
I uen ur Carnegie nan witnm me next
! two weeks.
Cleveland H. Dodse. president tf
j the league, acnounced today that a
j first vice president would be appointed
! in each state. The following tele
I gram has been received from Cover-
"I am very glad to learn of the or
! ganization of this National league.
No study of the history of govern
ment can ie candidly inade which
will not lead to the conclusion that
the very thing that government can
not let alone is business, for business
underlies every part of our life. The
problem of politics is cooperation, ar.-l
I am very sure that Just as soon as the
Wilson and Marshall in session today
at the Fifth avenue building, unani
mously passed a resolution extending
to you their appreciation of your tele
gram regarding the organization of
the National league, and also endorse
the attitude which you outline In that
letter regarding the relation of govern
ment to business.
"It was also unanimously voted that
an expression of appreciation of your
letter should be communicated to you
at once by telegraph and that you
should be informed that a committee
of one hundred New York business
men is being selected to cooperate In
the work and that the most hearty and
cordial offers of support are being re
"For your information I add that
r(1lnnnl t 1 1 f r-..-H f o To.i.Oi
h-b u.-cu winm o u.c ul mo
renting the state of Missouri.
! " WRECKED THE PIANO.
Rublmtein Proved His Ability and 8
cured Hit Pats.
When Rubinstein, the composer, was
a youth be left Russia, bis native
country, to study music Id France and
Gerttlany. He finished his studies when
he was twenty years old and then re
turned to St. Petersburg.. But before
he could begin to give public recitals
it was necessary that be should have
a pass from the police authorities. It
was true be was a Russian subject and
a very inoffensive young man. but
then he bud been absent from bis na
tive land some time. He might have
Imbibed revolutionary t Ideas when
abroad, and it was best not to take
any risks, but have him registered and
kept under surveillance.
Rubinstein applied to the police for
a pass, but, probably because be was
shy and mild mannered every official
bullied him and gruffly passed blm
to another official equally rude and
overbearing. Finally be became so
tired of the indignities that he went
to see the governor general. lie hud
Just begun to tell his story wbeo that
"You a musician? Pah! 111 put yon
In irons and send you to Siberlal
That's the only fit place for such as
Rubinstein nearly fainted from
fright, but lie got away as best be
could. The days went by. and still no
pass came to blm. Some of bis friends,
however, knew of the treatment he
had received. One day Rubinstein was
summoned to appear beore the chief
of police. General Galichoff. lie had
to wait three hours. At lust be was
called into the great man's presence
and addressed as follows:
"Well, young man. I have been
spoken to about yon. I am told that
you are some sort of musician, but I
don't believe anything of the kind.
Go to my chief secretary. Scbesnok.
aod play for blm. so that we can tell
if you really are a musician that Is. a
man who understands music."
AH this was said in a contemptuous
tone. Rubinstein was taken to the sec
retary, who was the possessor of the
most wretched piano Rubinstein ever
bad beard, much less played on. Be
was angry and disgusted, and a
thought flashed across him. Here was
an opportunity to be revenged for the
Insults heaped upon him. lie would
vent bis indignation on the plana
And 60 he did. ile pounded and ham
mered the poor instrument nntll it
seemed to shriek. The discordant
notes wbicb came from it. falling upon
his delicate ear. served but to Increase
his rage and frenzy. It was as If a
cyclone was at work. String after
string snapped, and the unhappy sec
retary stood by, expecting every min
ute that his belored Instrument would
fly into splinters. At last Rubinstein
stopped from sheer exhaustion.
"Come with me." said the secretary.
And the pianist followed blm Into
the presence of tbe chief of police.
"It Is true, yonr excellency," be said.
"Rubinstein is a great musician."
"Then give him a pass." replied the
, geceraL Philadelphia Inquirer.
Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and
tbe healthy condition of the body and
mind which they create, makes one
i feel Joyful. Sold by all druggists.
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.-.r-. V?. ..Jf Jr.,, :.fe,-,;.a";j.rJeTJtA-X.t-iJ
THIS IS THE TICKET
TO VOTE FOR
Democratic Nominations. j
For PrraldeDt WOODHOW ll.SON
of New Jcrary.
For Vice President THOMAS IU
MARSHALL of Indiana.
For Governor EDWARD F. DISSE.
For Lieutenant Governor BAR RAT
For Secretary of State HARRY
For State Auditor JAMES 3. BRADY.
For Stat Treasurer WILLIAM
For Attorney General P. J. I.tt'EY.
For Consreaaniea-at-Large WIL
LIAM E7.HA WILLIAMS, LAWRENCE
For I'nlted States Senator JAMES
For Consreaaraan CLYDE II. TAV
ENMER. For Member of the State Board of
Equalisation JOHN DAY.
For JuclKe of the Circuit t ourt-S-fharlra
For Member of the Legislature E. Im
For Circuit tHrk GU STAVE
ni.A KE Bl'ItG.
For Recorder B. F. SOMMEKSON.
For ' State'a Attorney FLOYD E.
For Coroner DR. II. C. J. MEYER.
For Surveyor C. C. Ill III! ART.
For Probate Clerk FRANK GCS
TAFSOM. BRYAN TO SPEAK
IN ILLINOIS TOUR
(Special to Tlio Artc'ia.)
Chicago. Oct. 14 Stale Chairman
Arthur W. Charles of the democratic
fetate central committee yesterday
gave out the itinerary of William Jen
nings Hryan, who is scheduled to speak
! in six cities in Illinois Tuesday. While
; Mr. Hryan may inakw short platform
talks in other citios along the route
planned by the democratic state com
mittee only six have been arranged.
Mr. Bryan will arrive front Iowa
Tuesday morning and will be taken to
the Illinois Central depot where a
special train in charge of National
Committeeman Charles Iloeschettstein
tnd William S. Cantrell of Denton
will take him on the tour through the
The last meeting will be at Van
dalia. From here Mr. Bryan viil leave
for Indianapolis where on Wednesday
ho starts on a tour of Indiana.
The itinerary of Mr. Bryan as plan
ned by State Chairman Charles Is as
follows, taking him to the following
Illinois cities Tuesday: Chicago, Kan
kakee, Bloomlngton, Clinton, Decatur,
Pana and Vandalia.
Your cough annoys you. Keep on
hacking and tearing the delicate mem
branes of your throat if you want to
be annoyed. But if you want relief,
want to be cured, take Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. Sold by all druggists
t : .in a n,
W4ian is a species ui uw , . ,
becomes so weak and impure that it is unable to supply the system with
sufficient nourishment and strength to preserve ordinary heakh. In the
first stasrea of Malaria the complexion grows pale and sallow, the appetite
is aBected, the system grows bilious, and there is aKtne:al k-clin of weak
ness. As the circulation becomes more thorou?l,ly saturated with the ma-
case because it purifies the blood. S. S. S. i3 a safe and pleasant r :.y'. j
as well as an emcieat one. Book on the blood and any medical advice :r .c
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC C0.t AIUMA, GA.
v 1 I 1
TO ROCK ISLAND
Vice Presidential Candidate
Will Make Speech on His
Way to West.
Governor Thomas R. Marshall of
Indiana, democratic nominee for vice
president, who speaks rn Rock Island
Thursday night, will arrive In Rock Is
land at 7 in the evening over the Rock
Inland from Ia Salle,, where be talks
in the afternoon.
He will make an address In Rock
Island and leave at 10:13 for the west.
It is needless to say that Mr. Mai
shall will be greeted by an Immense
West Ends Organized.
A fourth aspirant for tri-city Inde
pendent football honors has developed
in Davenport with the reorganization
of the Davenport West Hinls. The
team has In the past been a contender,
for honors but has never laaded the
title. Harry Fersch is to manage the
aggregation anil games can I e arrang
ed by calling him at North UT,j L.
Blood Thicker Than Soma Watar.
"Blood Is thicker than water"
though not much thicker and not so
thick as sea water. The witter of the
ocean contains thirty -five parts of sa
line material a thousand, while the
vital tin ill of the human body contains
but seven parts a thousand or one
fifth as much. In tho human body
each of its myriads of ce'ls Is bathed
with this seven-tenths per cent Hallue
fluid. Dietetic and Hygienic Gazette.
tstai mtpa i? Ail
THE EYES OF THE WORLD
prt- upon the man who presents a neat
To do this your clothes in tit t be
k pt clean and in "shape."
Our pressing la mote than the word
Implies, for v.e not only presrf your
mil but rc-shapc it to its original lines
and by bund ork only can in:, be ac
complished. All work we turn out wiji be en
tiiely satibfactory or we will accept no
pay until it is.
We ;'ive Ftiecial attention not only
to men's but aiso ladles' garments.
Call West lil? and we will gladlj
call for and deliver your work
YE TOG SHOP
G. E. BAKES
1807V2 Second Avenue.
- f tnnnm n Anaemia: the circulation
larial miecuon, tue u.gium uv.iauKv.,
and fever come and go, skin tliseast-s, boiis, sorts
and ulcers break out, and the entire health becomes
Impaired. Malaria can only be cured by removing
the germs from the blood. S. S. S. destroys every
particle of malarial infection and buildi up the
blood to a strong nourishing condition. Then the
system receives its proper amount of nutriment,
sallow complexions grow rudely and healthful, the
liver and digestion are righted and every symptom
r.f Malaria tas3es away. S. S. S. cures in everv