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Had heavy headache. Vomited
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There is nonoc better.-Dr. T. E.'
Cothrami, Alexis, Ala. f4,
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a rit S . 1 v,.ian lih 11 or:1 .
lyhi theo ifen fol a zoli
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iw llat en i it : i titi
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to tie- and p~ieiisilt ill e'ffect.
To Cure a Cold al one Day
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Couh nd o1 -nache anod woks off nr e Co .
tiz:titn refunt a iley if it fail to cure.
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pleasure; be vigorous and full of ambil
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calomel hecause it makes you sick and
you may lose a day's work.
Calomiel is IIIr''ry Or- quickshilVcl
which causes necrosis of the hones
Calomeln craslies into sour1 bile liti
dlynmite, brteak intg Iitiup. Thlatl's wher
you feel that awful nausea and eramlp
List1en to meo- If you wvant. to enjoy
the nicest, gentlest liver and bowvel
t akle a s poon1ful of h armless D)odson'.
Liveir Tone toniight . Your druggIst: 01
decaler sells you a .50 centt bottle o1
A woman desires to remain healthy
and to retain her good looks aftcr
giving birth to her child. Women
who go through the period of expec
tancy with the least strain and
suffering are those who pr1epare a
their system in advance of baby's
"Mother's Friend" is prepared
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Tfhe breuasts are kept in good con
AT THE IDLE HI
In a Picturization of Hci
In Which She Appeareg1
throp Ames' Ltt
A FAMOUS PLAYERS-I
UJINESE CABINET RETURNS6
Plierenco Iktween President and
Washingtonl, ,lurcl 8.-Dispatehes
to the Chinese legation here today sa d
hia's cabInet, which resigned be
uCe of a (i sagreeient with 'resl
dent I A Yuan llintg over the proposed
Ibicak witit Germany anld left tle cnpi
a 1 o Tl'!en Tsn, lad returned to
Pleking. it Is assuimied from this that
the co'nst itutonal difliculties between
he presltlellt and the cabinet huave
fn coinprontised, but whether' that
i'1.- -an ag'eeneint tas beeni rea chel
k1ither to sever' relationi; witi Gerninanny
it declare war, as desired by the Eln
i ite , L; not k1nown here.
The (ahinet voted unanimously In
favor of 1a break with Gerni1any. The
l'resident held that such power bie
lni:.ed to the l'restidett alone. 'ro
ier Tuan atul his papporters reinedl
m left for- Tien Tsinl.
Wo:-d a:; vwa receive;iat th'e lela
I m i ilay di H that Tinn Fan, for
e niitehad nlot Aesign d as.- r.,
pr t td Ibvfor tIhe 114hinet crisis and
aIs- il col ntrol of iat: foreign
".!ce. is was pointte to bYleton
1ivs as ii1lientitthat 111 Chi.Se
dei t~i f Ii11:11 fr ly tanied
-'..in ,nd wlil' hay ale it arrive a1 i
it ,It policy witA.ho t do e stl ilc dis
Vlr, (tr.i . ('t r. W rlAsoll .iu
'118 (-.titR Ill t' liesilit lo
i a:- hinglt'. .\arch .
WIlV1: onl, wh) has. bee colinedt'l to l'edl
;'h cold ( i eyeot1 rday 11 o1nIlitg,
!esi ;:'e ved ltnipeht. ie1 a no call
<r d r ing ( the 1 da Ind It was indfi
i d t lt he t would remin in bed
!onlorrow. Dr. Carl T. Grayson said
ly e tilintoilit he1 P'resident 11t1d
petI li cr alconfrable day, Itou' ght
fill had fever.
Dr. Grayson said at noon that th
Presden's tmpeatu;re waos abovr
m m !and timt absoluito res or
L rider Tosnecwens.ili'us
Dark Haired] "Ntuts."1
Only oe out of in1re than 1( io .
at of ai cer( ain 111uatic asylm hal
red tir and oilya four Were of liht
hir l 'nd complexion.
AND hI8 MY WAY
Liver Tone" when Bilious,
-Don't lose a day's work.
Dodson's Liver Tone under my person
;iat lmotey-hack iuaranutee t that each
spoIonfiul will clean your luggish lIv
( I' bletter than a dose of nasty calomllj
and4 that, it wonl't m8ake you lek.
i dso i's IA iv r Tlon e is real liver
clicie, Y te'oI't . i know It next morning
becau\ s you wIll lwkeu feeling illne,
YOUr liVer Will 1 Work in; headache
and dizzin ess gone; stiomal will yo1
* oson'se sleivr (Tone is nirl st
ietl e t relyr harlessadn o
daite. Gihe iteo isu cildren.
-\lllin thf elejj isroe usinguc Dldsns
dangoer T resea ogngeros ofawo
than thae ofe "alohe i almos
Thecy say they would not go thr'ough
the peri~od of explectanCy wvithout it.
Ev~IerygaidI that may be given the
expectant mother should be ren
der'ed'her. Your' husband will gladly
get "Aiother's Fr'iend" for you from
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Greatest Stage Success,
'for T wo Seasons at Win
,le Theatre, N. Y.
The Great Secret
Novelized From the Metro Wondorplay
Serial of the Same Name, in Which
Francis X. Bushman and Beverly
Bayne Ara Co-Stars, and Which Was
Adapted and Directod by Win. Chris
BY J. M. LOUGHBOFROUGH.
Author of tho Novclization of Clyde
Fltch's play, "Ilcr Sister." "Ilias ack
door Jloiaice," and other short storles.
What Has Gone Before.
Thoinas Clarke. a nulti-millionalro crim
In-hl, who belil'in to at blatiy anad crafty
band of New Yorit awbrieakcers calling
theiselven The hecret Seven utad ruled
by at an knowni ats 'he Great aMuster, be
comecs concience stricken while ill and
delIds to letvo lils wealth to his niece,
lleverly Clarke, aI la',or girl. Clarke had
piedle4d hIliiSelf to give his 'ortuna to The
scret Sover, and t1( e 1 anad beginas plotting
to g;et it. )r. .uiiih. one of the nembers,
THE "SABLE HOOD" F
tortures him. :ul i he die:, after havilng
iven a iteask t liib w ith wealt h to 1.ev
erly, who hail lie:d taevnai from kidlail
el by 1 Iliii \i' ; intry Introtuair, at
we~ilhy .voiuin iinlbiri,. Iii-ling. of' The
Sccret st-ven iet Ihohl sof tie em;kat. but
lind it t.:ajity, SIror1' Jhaine:: :sel-vait
hatving a ie:a rdel tho treasiure In it.
IieVtly aIgatI Is kidlnapetl, andl Strong,
whoi .ho inn'ceitly taolaipioiisaela in tho
eyes of lls lianece, lCunice morton, and
her mother, !tarts forth to finad her, weal
Iag the cloties of a ganguter known as
Cilu;, whom lhe overpo w.Vered in his apart
iienit. I lo attetis at imasquaele ball givenl
by The Great Alaster, ther., learim that
1unties lI alse, then goes ito , renldezvous
of th10 ganatutrs, whee I;erly is being
hell. The pollee rahi the place, hil. Bev
erly ia ca rrie aw:\y by tho gangsters by
ie~ans if' a rooM which is loweretd like an
elevator. Stron:as ChtIneso ervLIuit toIls
the pollee of this Ei rooi.
Till: Dii SN DiiN.
Althoug,-h We(- 'e, the Chinlese serIV
ant, held Ihe setwret o' "Ithe rooml of
last resort," h1is :ecret, like the rooltl.
was a empy0on. TheV politCe Search
etd tile weairdt (oiartment0011. Th'ley
founad a narrowa~ vaa. whjihld themit~
to what from1 th stttreet iiappearedol to
lbe a manoleit. Throuatgh this passatge
waly t he bandat hadt taken Illev'erly. Hult
whloee It wt-as aaaa uaaswerale alies
Strongta, mor~le deadt thlan allive, was
carrlied to( his homei~ a. Acktonil, tile
kindly (deectiv~e, appaiared t hore.
"Our atitd has bateen ali vinlity onte,"
hec satid. "W~e hlave roundl~ed tip a 19.g
handll of eriooks, but, tile biggst. itie
a horne~atts' ilest. we liov e st irretd upl, Mr.
SItrong. I feel thaaat somet.ting seriouIs
is godig to happent~l to melit, iandl I know
whtereof I speak. I wish youl would
take batck ti eniormlouls trealsure be
lonaging to leverly Chirke."' lIeror the
Chief of Detectives drew froim his
pocket at bulet or securitles.
"D on't give thtem to nie," moaned
StLrong. "1 am eatsy prey for anybody
no0w. Where is the girl, Chief? Give
mel tihat informatin."
"All in goed tiime," replied Ackcerton.
"I have the best detectives In the
Uited States after her. Now you
must rest. The doctor tells mie your
condtitlont is very serious. You must
remoainli in bed. I will get. a trained
nutrse."' Ackertoin went to) anther
askedl for Miss Tfred well, knownl
t hrotug.hoult the worldi as thle shrewd
est (at girl dettectives. le toldi hier to
hturry to Strong's plpartmienlt in the
cost lone of ai t rinedt nurseXL andt guiard
"Looki otit for ain atlt taon hius," or
deredt Aekerton. "1Ilam ona thle t rall of
V,. .ile Miiss Tredlweli Was hutrryinog
to 6. * deIspiertely wouatndedi youth aII
str.ain e aPoe2cding wasl ta king PhaItc in
thea bombhl~iuaters'~ of Th'le Setcret Saeveni.
A ti op of a :Jn. ;a il ena!. hiddaein
.by l atck lho ..., :.td ait a hable.
" wiiill ary out Dr. Zuitlih'ssecret
ora: No. 17," annllouniced i One of theml.
"Th' - man who dlraws No. 17 will loo0k
it ha book and1( find( the Zulphl order."'
edi hi handilts convulsively. Triming i
ly' he fumbled in his pocket atnd (dren
forthI a smiall book, while t he oth~er
salet hioodd Bitunk ouit of the r'ooml. I~o
founld the order from ZuIilh. it read:
"No. 17.--Knife to the hilt for Wil
ilam Strong." The sable hooded one
set forth for Strong's apartment. Bie
nath his coa h arrisedtaA nowlo ife.as
its companions, removlng' their
hoods, congratulated one another on
having escaped a perilous task, and
their leader-none other than "Bull"
Whalen, the most desperate hireling of
The Secret-Seven-sid: '
"This tile we w1ll find out from
Beverly Clarke where the fortune left
by her uncle Is hid. Come on." They
went to a miserable shack on the wa
ter front. In a dairk rooim there Bev
erly was being held.
"I'll give you one more chance," said
Whalen. "if you te!) us where the
moley from the casket is we'll let you
go' if you don't, we'll take you to the
Driageni's llen. You doni't know whit'
that is. I'll tell you. It's a Chinese
dive. Now will you tell'"
"I don1't know! I swear it! Spare
me!" criei the girl'
"All right. fellows." growled Whalen.
"Take her to C3It Sin's plaee." Dr. Git
Sin, an l cital magliian of promi
niice In year's gone by, was reputed
to possens hyinotle powver. With his
REPARES TO STRIKE.
v'hite wife he lived in a dive not far
fro Un ('inatiwn. Thither leverly was
. sloveily woman ledi Beverly to a
rooim huno of 'urniture save for ia chest
with Chinese characters wvritten oil it.
She riaplipared vithi a Chinese dress.
"Put this oin," she ordered. The
frightenled girl shiank back and gazed
in horror at tile creature before her.
"Are yot huan," she asked, "or am
I dreaniig? Is it possible that a
woniiii with white blood in her veins
vould wIllIngly relanin int place like
"Put (his on." was the mechanical
order. "I'll Io hack. If you don't,
we'll tear off yoir clothes and put it
Onl for youi."
fleverly thought of Strong- wondered
wVha t. hald hvoine of him during the
terrible battle I the reidezvous of
Ilie au- 'sraud could only reason
that he iaust haivne been killed. She
pictlu4rt) heri' patient, wlhowed imiother,
atd its shei thu1.is Iloui'ihti m'r.<. Clarke,
ftntliv mve 0t . 1hab ne o her dtI - gh
It. If (te lle toub] (Indl you in thatt
den, why ruhin'ti they tind h'''
"'I knuow 1 fatiletd,.\M's. C lairke,"' moan-11
edi Slton. '"I hiouighit I had found
I fotnght t. rea'ch lht'r as long as I could
st andt, andi t hen-1 doin't. r'ehmembe~r."'
The cotilurageuuls old iiotthier's eyes light
eds lip wahi Sytupialthy.
"'1'oar boy!"' she said sooth ilngly.
"I'orglve ine. was wrong. We must
be Ibrav e. I wvill I rayi3 for you bothIi
A ftetr slhe laid gone aiwaly Strioing rei
C'lved't aI scen'ted note. It was from
Iliiilee Mior'iton, wh'lo had( read( aI news
1)aper1 uaccoiuit of the r'aid 01n the ren
dlezvous, in which lie wa'is men~itionled
as havling been rescued by the po0l1Ce
in theIr sear'ch for Beverly.
"Ini iew of your v'ery strange and
uniexplainaible actIons," she wrote, "to
say nothing of the dIsgraceful notorle.
ty, it Is hardly necessary for me to
tell youi that our engagement is at an
Williarn grItted his teeth. Hie knew
Ituniico (lid niot unditerstand, aiid his
hear't was bitter over her false sus
plilons against Iieverly as well as tier
dupl)1icity' at the masquerade ball.
Then'i he began wondering about The
Great Master', wh'lo at that moment
was busily diroctinug the band1( from his
pailat ial home on thle banks of the
Hfudsoni. Ini that hiome lhe aphpeared
w~l itout a muustachie andt weaing gog.
gles. Before bigs .c'm!ial band he0 was
an alert mitan wIth a closely' crop~ped
mullstachle. liut hiere, as a man of
wmealthi withI a high social posItion, lie
was smioothi shaven and sleek looking.
A truls~td servant app~leared before hmim
"A 'sabille hood' hans gone to dispatch
"Wit!" erled Thle Great Master.
"Get IDr. '/ulph at once!''
lint, whaitever' his liitentionis, lhe was
late in any interfer'ence lie milght be
plannl iing, for ait t hat mfomen'lt thie "'a
b)0le ho," htowle kiife i hanid, ('rept
lutio Str1onig'si apartmlent. Strong, hav
lng been giveni a potilon by Miss Tr'ed
well, was soundit asl'eep. The girl do
teetive was tdozing ini the library. The
"sable hioodl" tiptoed past her Into
Strong's room, stood over the sleeping
clubman, then .raised the knife and
made ready to strIke.
(End Cthapte 17.)
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money keeps it
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. Your Druggist
has sold Dr. King's New
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.. colds since the day he
- opened his own store,
and before that, when
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"JAe GREAT SECRET"
The~ Stupendous Metro Serial in Fifteen Chapters With
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and BEV~ RLY BAYNE
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