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Fifty Million Dollars From United
States. Big ITotal Renched..
Washington, April 30.-Italy was
given a now loan of $50,000,000 today
'by the treasury to cover a number of
obligations incurred by the Italian gov
ernment on constracts for war ma
'terials and food stuffs from American
producers. The credib extension
-brought 'Italy's total borrowing from
the United States to $1,571,500,000.
The loan has been under negotiation
for several weeks and recent develop
meits of Paris resulting from the
Flume situation, it was stated official
ly, have not entere'd into the financial
discussions of representatives of the
treasuries of the United States and
Total mans to all allies now are
,9,23S.S29,000. Congress has authorized
total loans of $10,000.000 and indi
cations at this time are that the bal
ance of this authorization hAvil! be
suffleient to care for allied needs be
tween now and the declaration of
peace. After that (ate no further loans
10 allied governments may be made,
but the war finance corporation has
authliority to finance exports by Ameri
can firms. Tliis may take the plaee
to some extent of government loans
in providing Credit by which foreign
interest may purchase in the United
MAMMA! DON'T YOU
SEE YOUR CHILD IS
SICK, CONSTIAA TED
Look at. tongrue! 'ove poisons from
liver anid bowels at once.
iMother! Your child isn't naturally
cross and PeCevishi. See if tongue is
coated; this iso a sure sign its little
stomach, liver and bowels need, a
cleansing at once.
'When listless, pale, feverish, full of
cold, bad breath, throat sore, doesn't
eat, slee) are act. naturally, has stom
ache, diarrhoea, remember a gentile
liver and bowel cleansing should al
'ways Dc the first treatment given.
Nothing equals "California Smyrup of
'Figs" for children's ills; give a teas
poonful, and in a fow hours all the
foul waste, sour bile and fermenting
food which is clogged in the bowels
passs out of th syst em, and you have a
well and playftl cli-ld again. All chil
dr'en love this harmless. deiPious
"fruit laxaative, " and it never foils to
(fect a 'food "inlside" cleansing.
!ilreetioins for babies. (fhildlien of all
agi.9..anld growni-ups are plainly oniI the
ieep it, haniiidy inl our oI me. A it
, le given today saves a sick clild tIo
morrow, bit get the enin . Ask
yost dr orist fo a bottle of "Califor
7i1a Of Pigs".tlien look and s,,. if'
it is made ly the "California lip 8v
ei ~ 1 T
all th~ree fla'
In thec sea
for thei name
Pr') N'" il a
if ii Id iI M
ONE IS KILLED IN
Eleven .Polelenei, Badly Beaten and
Many Persons Injured in Free-For.
All. Headquarters of Socialists
Cleveland, 0.. May 1.-An unidenti
fied man was killed by a detective's
bullet, eleven policeman were shot or
badly beaten and about one hundred
persons were Injured, many seriously
In general rioting which brought a
dramatic finale this afternoon to a
socialist '.lay day demonstration here.
About thirty persons, seriously injur
ed, are in hospitals tonight while
scores of others, including women were
trampled by rioters and clubbed by
Siocialist headqnarters was totally
wrecked by angry civilians bent un
-putting and end to the demonstration.
The rioting was general In puhb
square 'last Ninth street,l-luron road,
Prospect avenue. Superior avenuie,
Bolivar avyenute and other thorough
Socialist and sympliathizers in East
Ninth stireet and at public squnare were
ridden down by mounted policemen
and by soldiers in arily tanks and
Tie one fatality occured at Central
and Woodland avenue, nwhen a mob
said to have been composed of socialist
or sympathizers rushed detective
Wodring and other officers. Wood
ring, declaring lie drew his revolver to
save his own life, fired into the alleged
leader of the mob, the bullet passing
through the man's neck, killing him in
stantly. First reports said the dead
man was an onlooker.
Sixty of the rioters were arrested.
A score was found to have weapons on
them, the iolice say.
A mob of several hundred of the
rioters threatened police headquarters
when C. E. Ruthenberg, socialist lead
er and former socialist candidate for
mayor, was arrested, and for more
than an hour the entire downtown sec
tion of the city owas a seething mass of
socialists, police, civilians and soldiers,
the later ridding (Iown the rioters in
army trucks and tanks.
Dozens of shots were fired in public
spiiar'e, where more than twenty thous
and socialists and sympathizerse as
seibled for a May (lay rally and to
protest against the convictions of En
2(1ene V. Debbs and Thomas .1. Mooney.
.No Worms In a Healthy Child
All children troubled with worms have an un.
healthy color, which indicates poor blood, and as a
rule, there is more or less stomach disturbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC given regularly
for two or three weeks will enrich the bhlod, im
prove the digestion, and act as a General Strength
en'ing Tonic to the whole system. Nature will then
thro1w off or dispel the worms. and the Child will be
in perfct health. Pleasant to take. i0c per bottle.
AlMY OFFICER IS
KILLED IN WRECK
Auto Crashes In Telephoue Pole Hill.
Ing Driver aid injuring Ills Coin.
paniou. Womait Occupant of Car
has lusband in Franee.
Nashville, Tenu., May 4.--Major
Alexander W. Dillard, Brooklyn, !N.
Y., 102nd infantry, U. S. A., was killed
and Mirs. Lloyd Cregor, wife of an
army 'captain now serving in France,
was seriously injured, when an auto
mobile driven by Dillard cra-shed into
a telephone )ole here shortly after 2
o'clock Sunday morning.
The couple are reported to have
left a dance about midnight and to
haye spent the next hour driving
about the city at a high rate of speed.
Several automobile parties reported
narrow seapes from collision iwith
the Dillard car.
S1winging into Broad street, near
the business section of the city, 'wit
nesses say Dillard had absolutely
lost control of his machine. Ills car
shot across Broal street hitting a
steel telephone pole on the opposite
side. The engine was erumpled up
Into the body of the car pinning DIl
lard in his seat. ils skull was crush
ed in and both legs broken at the hip.
Mrs. Cregor was thrown clear of
the wreck. The extent of her in
juries has not beei ascertained.
!MaJor Dillard was a former Ten
nessecan. Before his parents moved
to Brooklyn, N. Y., several years ago,
he resided at Bristol. lie entered the
regular army in October, 1916. After
the outbreak of the war lie was pro
noted to a major and was among the
first troops to go overseas. He was
with the first army be!ng assigned to
the unit shortly after completing his
college course, at the Virginia Mili
tary Institute. -111s parents now re
side in Brooklyn.
'Major Dillard had been stationed
in Nashville but a short while, hav
ing been assigned here by the 'war
department as a military inspector
-with the headquarters R. 0. T. C.
shortly after returning from France
a few weeks ago. His work was to
inspeCt the training of students at
the colleges in and about Nashville.
Mirs. Cregor lived with her sister,
Mrs. Charles A. Robertson. Her hus
band is a captain in the army and is
now in France. She is well known
WOilEN GIVE OUIT.
Ilousework is hard enough when
healthy. Every L2aurens woman who
is having backache, blue and nervous
siels, dizzy headaches and kidney or
bladder trouli'les shouli be glad to
ieed tills I aurens womal's experi
.\ils. 1). '. Wix, 1'28 Mill St., says:
".lust a short lime ago I had ani awftt
lime 'with my kidneys. .Mv back
awhed all the time and.1i felt Worn out
:u1l t9ired. When I h14tt over I had a
iamrd time to straigltgIn again and I
vot. So dizzy I had to holl ontlo a chair
to keep from falling. .loriings I felt
'ore nd Iam1e and all worn out. I
had healaClles and wa.o nervous it
setiied I could fly. \ly kidneys didil't
neo as tley should. eit her. i)oan's
Kltiey' I 'ills we re lemne tnded( to
me andl I got sotme. I lbegan utsina
themli atnd ini a shtort Itimne I w'.as ent
tine, at all dealmtrs. Foster-Mallbur'n
('0., .\fgtrs., Ituiffalo, N. N.
Skl.il MiILK I'OI.I('V
lI:;.s or of Seuille4 'Thinkls' li's Tlime b'r
Go-remuimenit to lrae't I'ip oni I. W,
loan91 a:r' s lt.tli iwfore the Tloika
iC ] p: I: m d byl the9 19n1 ' rnown : V o.1
0 . I w l. I'l elv . my ma or
We il oh m ein1 and have91Ii
ban in pace ." li flel-r99 h1 in1
liv d th'. W W. wa a t e ot
I. W. W~9i. hav' ifollower :9 very-i
where." la I11(11~ i he contnediThs menV
mustl horld nby u .~ a d of in
k91 ifndness mean wCakneisii o them."
-(''tternig ihs p..'~ednlt'I. itW cn
vnion, 9V'.\'yo Ianson aid: 'io. l
I. W. W. hvetn fnlhis et'y should
'het~l en'led an L, ban(he ofriotm
AtericayIr iant wil Aimrlian
S t oWhe
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