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rJext Dose May Salivate, Shook
Liver or Attack Your
You know whatcaJomel Is. It's iner
-ury; quicksilvef. Caloniel Is danger
Qus. It crashe into sour blje like
dynamite, crami: ng and sickening you.
Caloiel attacks the bones ald should
never be put i) o your system.
If you feel b ous, headachy, consti
pated and all ftiocked out, Just go to
your druggist And get a bottle of Dod
son's Liver Ttie for a few cents which
is a harmleq vegetable substitute for
- dangerous /alo1el. Take a spoonful
- and If it Desn't start your liver and
straighte ou up better and quicker
than Iast calonel( and without making
you sick/ 'on just go back and get your
Don't take calomel I It makes you
sick the next (lay; it loses you a day's
- work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens
you right up and you feel great. No
- salts necessary. Give it to the children
because it is perfectly harmless and
- can not salivate.-Advertisement.
A Woman's Reason.
"Why (lid you go and tell your chuni
I am1 giving a party?" "Becaise I
knew sihe wNasn't alsked."-Judge.
Good red blood is the only sure
foundation of Permanent
Health and Vigor.
Good color, bright eyes, solid flesh,
-erect hearIng are depadent upon rich
Ted blood. If your blood I. not up to
the mark your general health can not
be. Late hours, eating the wrong foods,
working indoors, fatigue, affect the
blood. So many people eat well and
take exercise, yet never seem to im
prove in health. Gude's Pepto-Mangan
taken regularly for a while gives the
blood that richness and redness that
produces bounding health and vigor.
It Is a simple, natural way to get well
and strong. Gude's lepto-Mangan
comes in liquid or tablets-at your
According to Her Cookbook.
Mrs. Youngbride--Mercy ! That pie
is burning an( I can't take it out for
ten iinutes yet !
Stops Hair Coming Ouit;
85 cents buys a bottle of "Dander
bne" at any drug store. After one ap
plication you can not find a particle
'f dandruff or a failng hair. BesIdes,
every hair shows new life, vigor, bright
nes more color and abundance-Ad
"I wV'ader whlat he dloes in the sumi
mner tIme?" "Who?" 'i "The profeal
sionmal snowy shoveker"-Det roit F"ree
CHILD'S BOWELS WITH
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP
Even a sick child loves the "fruIty"
taste of "California il is yrup." If the
little tongue Is coated, or If your child
Is listless, cross, feve.rish, full of cold,
or has colic, give a teasioonlful to
Cleanse the liver and howels. In a few
hours you Can see for yo'urself how
thoroughly it works all the constipa
tion poison, sour b)ile and waiste out of
the bowels, and you have a well, play
ful childl again.
MillIons of mothers keep "California
Fig Syrup" handy. They know a tea-.
Spoonful today Saves a sick chIld to
morrow. Ask your druggist for g~'nu
?00 California Filg Syrup" wlehi hi
irections for. babIes and childreni i
all ages printed onm bottle. Mother
g e u ut ay "C l t na " o r y o u m a ;i
get n it atn g syrap.--Advertise
"What iS th liloa ngftm
Ru'ssIan Bolshevli. ''mfrv
TO OPEN APRIL 10
PREMIERS .LOYD GEORGE AND
POINCARE AGREE TO POST
IN FOfRHOUR CONVERSATION
Reach Full Understanding Regarding
the General Lines of the Franco
Boulogne, France. - Agreetment to
the postponement of the Genoa eco
nomic conference until April 10 was
(eached by Premier Poincare and
France and Prime Minister Lloyd
George of Groat Britain at their con
ference here. The conference orig
inally was called tc meet March 8.
Mr. Lloyd George said after the
conference there would be no neces
sity for a further discussion of the
Franco-British pact as both parties
were entirely agreed as to all its es.
sentials and that the pact would be
ready for signature in a few days.
The two premiers by their meeting
broke the deadlock into which a brief
trial of long-range discussion after the
old diplomatic style appeared to have
led them on questions concerning the
Genoa conference. This was accom
plished in a four-hour conversation
during which they reached a full un
derstanding not only as to the condi
tions under which the Genoa gather
ing should be held and its postpone
ment until April 10. but also regard.
ing the general lines of the Franco.
"There is nothing further to be dis
cussed about the pact," Mr. Lloyd
George said after his interview with
M. Poincare. "We are in perfect
agreement en all the essential points,
and the document will be ready for
signature in a few days."
The question as to whether dis
armament would be discussed at Ge
noa was not mentioned. Both parties
expressed great satisfaction at the re
sults of their talk. Premier Poincare
left for Paris and Mr. Lloyd George
motored off on his return journey
about the same time.
The official communique issued af
ter the conference read:
"Messrs. Poincare and Lloyd George
met in a four-hour talk, during which
they examined in a most cordial spirit
a certain number of problems, particu
larly relating to Genoa.
"They agreed on the political guar
antees to be secured in order to pre
vent encroachments either on the
rights of the League of Nations, or on
the treaties signed since the peace con
ference or the rights of the allies in
"The experts of the different pow
ers will mot in London soon and the
Italian Government will be0 asked to
call the Genor conference for April 10.
"A complete understanding was
reached and two premiers carriedl
away with them the certainty that the
entente may confidently be expectedl
to .produce the best results, and that
there are no difficulties of a political
character that stand in the way of the
two nations working."
Shoots Wife and Cuts Her Throat.
Miami, Fla.--Edgar C. Frady, presi
dent and treasur-er of the Chicago Au
tomobile Sales company, shot his wife
probably fatally and cut his own
throat at a hotel here, accordling to
police. Both are in a hospital in a
Fruits From Chile in New York.
New York. -- One hundred tons of
peaches, melons and vegetables, the
full capacity of the ship's refrigerat
ing plant, were landed from the steam
ship Essequibo, from Valpariso and
other Chilean ports.
The movement of South American
produce to a northern market first
attempted in exper-imental wvay last
fall, has become successful enough to
warrant its continuation, Chilean con
sular officials announced.
Will Not Affect AmerIcan Attitude.
Washington.--Postonement~ of the
Genoa conference, it was said in off i
cial circles, will have little influence
on the attitude of the American gov
ernment toward its participation, un
less it affords the nations of Europe
a desired1 oportunity to see their own
houses in order before the delegates
Entry of America to the proposedl
conference is a matter contingent
more upon the agenda to be consider
ad than upon the time or place of the
meeting, it was said.
Landru Pays Death Penalty.
Versailles, France. - Henry Desire
L and ru, "Blueboa rd of Gambias," con
victed of the murder of ten women
and oneo youth, gave his life in ex
change for the eleven he had taken.
The triang~ular knife et the guillotine
fell at 6:05 o'clock, 21i minutes after
the tnime originally set for the execui
tion, the dlelay enusing mpny to ex
press the erroneous CT in ion that Lan
drut was making a confession. Myste
rious until death, Landru resented
r leathmer Loisell's puery as to whether
he had any confession to make,
TRAVELS AS HOBO
Only by Continual Wandering
Could St. Louis Man Evade
NOW SEEKS FORTUNE
Heir to Millions Works as Dishwasher,
Engine Oiler, Roustabout, Sailor,
Soldier, In Last Nine
St. Louis, Mo.--Frederick Vanfliar
comn, who is suing in the proI)bate court
to regain his freedomn and control over
the income of his inheritance of several
million dollars, has told the story of his
activities for the hast nine years, when
he was elther in private or public saii
tariums or a fugitive from them. The
story Includes wanderings over halt
the world, when, as a hobo. dish
washer in a restaurant, fireman, en
ghie room oiler on deep-water ships,
roustabout, sallor in the Unite, Stiates
navy, and sergeant in the Blritish ex
peditionary forces, he attempted to
kee) secret his Identity in an effort to
prevent his return to asyl uiis.
Vaniliareomi was born .June 2.0, 1885,
with the proverbal silver spoon in his
mouth. lie was the only son ai heir
of Jaicob C. Vianinreom, prsidelt of
the Tennessee Central railroad. The
boy ha(d everythilng iI his chil(ilhood
that milliios couli h1uy. The elder
Vanlu rcormn lie' in August. 190 8. The
esiate wIs heft to his widow, who died
last March, and has never been finally
Paved His Own Way.
"When lmly 'father (lied in 1908 1 was
twenty-three years old and atteiding
Washington university," VainBlStireoiu
said. "I immaiediately left college and
attended a business sciool. I pressed
clothes and did bookkeeping at night
to llil my way, as I ha1d been left
orly $1,00) as tan limimediate bequest
from miy father. From that time until
my imother's denth I received no noney
fron her, and when I was adjudged
of uniound mind last year my estate
amtounted to $14,500, which I had ac
eumutlated through miy, own efforts."
Vanliarcot's life h1as; been one of
almost continuous travel since he left
the business college and began work
As a Roustabout With a Circus.
in ia cair shlop it 1910. het thien worked
its at advertising solICtOr for a pubh
lISinglI comn ty, buit con btrat en It
flun.a and was an Invalid at homte
until1 1912., when hte was forelhly ta ken
to) an atsylmn Hiile Peented eiarly in
1913 and~ btegman his adveinttures again.
Covered Much Territory.
Vainreaml waoli Vilke'd to (dryst al (City.,
Mo'., whtere hte wlorkedl as a day laborer,
hater' fIring on enigineo to earn his way
to lm(tpis, Tenn. l''rom there hie went
to Eldornado, 1ll., whtere he secured a
job as a roustiabout with a cireus. Hie
then "htoboed" thri ought severl eIenI ns
to (Chifngo. where he workerl ns a cieck
hand1, on a lake steamuer. Ife enlIsted
In the tnvy tat Indlanapolls 0and wits
sent to Mare Island, ('al., aind then to
Ills identity wasq discovered there
nnd1 he deserted nand went to lI onolumlu,
wvhere he shillpper ats a seaman on (a
litIsh 1mai1 st('ieame. lie left the ship
att V~'anlcouiver. ('annda, andt ben( I~it his winy
to St. Louais, whbere lhe wtas aigaino
plaiced itn an asyilum. Hie was atrrestedl
for deser't 1itoan sent to a nnynl hos
plial1 at WashIngton, hut escatpedl anal
rea'hled New York elIty. where he
shIpped as a senmiant oni a Brit ish ves
sel. THe elisted In London, wats senlt
to Fran(e, w~itoumld duin g ai hat te in
the front lInc t reniches, and( lat er was
invalided hork to the i'nilted States,
where, afteri sev'eral Iconf iemets in
asylumsli aind santariums, lie finally b~e
gan his legal battle to regin his for
Boy Went to School In Stolen Cars.
Detroit. Mic'h.-T'ihe theft of eight
auht~toobiles to tiake him to and from
school Is clhairged agninst JTamies Mu)
len, seventteent yearsi oild. It is ni
leged that lie stole a ciar to take him
firom TDet rolt to a ntearby town, where
lie was fliishingi hil course In htigh
schoni. Ife wyouild nhantdoni It there.
Wh~ien he wished to return to Detrolt
he wouild steal tanother car for the re,
The best way to keep baby
in crowing, contented health
is Mrs. Winslow'sSyrup. This
safe, pleasant, effective reme
dy repIates the bowels and
quickly overcomes diarrhoea,
colic, flatulency, constipation,
and teething troubles.
nThnfants'and CAildren's Regulater
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from narc6tics, opiates. alcohol
a aneurflclients. Open
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Look for the name Gold Medal on every boa
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HIS TURN TO ASK QUESTIONS
Proving That Sometimes the Wheel
of Fortune Actually Does Make
the Required Turn.
le was one of our proinhient imanu
facturers. The other day the police
inan stopped him for exceeding the
"What's your itne?" asked the po
lie told him.
"Hlow do0 you Spell It?"
le told 111li that, tot).
"'here do you live?"
"Are you married?"
"llave you aniy children?"
"What are their nantes and ages?"
"Vly," yelled the manufnacturer,
What's the sense of Itskilng me a lot
of silly questions like that ?"
"Well," smiled Uie policeman, "I ap
piled at your factory once for a job,
and the chap li the office asked me
all those questions and a lot more. I
Ihought they were foolish, too."
Getting busy often takes a hard ffil
out of a fit of blues.
USE SLOANS TO
EASE LAME BACKS
Y ou can't do your best when
your back and every muscle
aches with fatigue.
Apply Sloan's Linmment freely, with.
out rubbing, and enjoy a penetrative
glowv of warmth and comfort.
Good for rheumatism, neuralgjia,
'spramns and strains, aches and pains
sciatica, sore muscles, stiff joints and
the after effects of weather exposure.
For forty years pain's enemy. Ask
your neighbor. Keep Sloan's handy.
At all druggists-35c, '7Oc, $1.40.
v)Tf rNTE JOJNrS FQ~Oti hi INSIDE
R HE UM AISM
Lumbago or Gout ?
an driv the poison fow te systecaus
"RNTUM R0U ~Tis NDON THBI OUITSIDu"
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?~BeatyR strese ondand
Smni ""rmn Wk " "tciue''N..
H INDE RCOR NS nemovee corn., cal.
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DRIVE MALARIA OUT OF THE. SYSTEM
A GOOD TFONIC AND APPETIZgnl
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olM or granolatd~ lids.
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RWI N /'\*Y E R S
ANOTHER story of the eternal boy - this time grown
up and man enough to face the big reality.
I It is a story of a girt too. They grow up together
opposites. The girl talks. She has a passionate soul and
a tongue to give it utterance-and the boy has his
I The days come for long walks together. The girt
talks him into silence. But it is a silence that has its
meaning. When the big reality comes the silence be
comes clear. In the revelation the girl finds herself
growing equally fit for it. The boy has become a man
and the girl a woman.
I A story as typical of American ie as "The Magnifi
cent Ambersons" and as much an expression of youth
as "Penrod" or "Seventeen."
talkshim d int d sienBu it isor yself t a t
min.WhLeB PITe SEIAg raI comIs theUBLeCeTION
Thsgroing qalleft it.Te o hsbeoeoa
anlesoan girl thoan.
ad"hOread and enoit o ous
I f greamenty IIasisththecolg
men and girtointonwome
men Bootfiht akngwon M lo
This eariscnes tale is o
andssiroy in ubgl tchanyoBohl, kigo
an The Orie." But itm Onchar- mresoni
ats atore staeiu sniverit.
' gea aventsroscking pihuersreams.sui
or boys hangingtrugrin
withoy Readingmenos oweduca
meon and girlsy io omen tgeuto'strps-e
anther ilusrion tof winsaheatatod
thlegep olthi int tat
Thenerl scnes ar ofchanugceringkngwhc
anverhin Thel authoolre
full avodt' theacy maeandirftbl oi
thearereng to impaes than nleabedcsos
hrapeditinal brith gir ppir
tu~frthe readeet. ili
Thro ciagrinatn the echr. Thr-sagrbilati
adkr to he steia t uiesiy thaetemwhy-h
We have Taroiking story, maiiosjetp. at,
of the. authgirls sttalen.aecnsatytohme
It fis lnma
a~lon remade y the sternelogy l
Then comesfthouth, tuangnn
everthl~. he uthr cre-itis o tbomnho
hear-rening.He ipliey. oth 'oTarkington
tuna fr te raderto lliOert ofirsth impressionais
llgtt~ Trkigtn I isa d.reisd flor t tupidnr
sto ~ boy.pRadin huorne sef
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