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FOSTER iIS HAD
CH.AGE OF EART
Union Leader leminded of Wild Ob.
servations. Hears Ills Hltoks Head,
'Wash1 ingtonl, Oct. :;.-Williaml V.
Foster, secretary of the genr-al com;!
mittr.- cond-ct in: thf steel stri:,
when confronted today before the sf-n
ate labor comtmitthe wit his writings
advocatinz various foris of revou
tionary socialism declared und-ir a
gr lling fir of riUestions that .- vi.
de c n tn t V r ais ulfsl
That h! say who'. r or noI 1; a'l
her-ed to his eif.
Tihose are noI my viw; now." he
ai4 in a subidurd ton'e. after listehninr
(o fr w wr repatcd, diecrla.:n "
"ho state to - a ieddlin . ca,-ita:
istie ins!tiuion" and advooatinu i\O
lerce in stril:i ' and cni a-ceptance
of b:oodshed as neressary to the for
wa rding of the re-volIuionary cau.a.
Pri-sdcnt Gompe rs of ihr- An, ri(an
Federation of Labor broke into the
uxanination in irritated fashion at one
;1oin. whien Foste-r was standing on
his objection. to newspaper report
of his tesimcny.
"Wel they (an-t say anythin 'ors
abiO1t r than they have," thr- a--d
h'ad f ih- labor f' d-ration adju rel
Fo'-;- "owlild n t. h w vr o -
!.I'r ' .. '' hi.- old work- s and fae-d
wih on. :n to the: effect "that the
ndai- t wk011:i Wr I no'. b- hed
Mrs. F. M. jenes, of
Palmer, Okia., writes:
"Fronm the timelen -
tered into womanhood
...I looked with dre~ad
from one month to the .
next. I suffered with my
back and bearing-down
pain, until life to me was
a misery. I would think
I could not endure the
pain any longer, and I
gradually got worse. . .
Nothing seemed to help
me until, one day, . . .
I decided to
The Woman's Tonic
"I took four bottles,"
Mrs. Jones goes on to
say, "and was not only
greatly relieved, but can
truthfully say that I have
not apain. . .
"It has now been two
years since I took Cardul,
and I anm still In good
health. . .I would ad
vise any woman or girl
to use Cardui who Is a
sufferer from any female
SIf you suffer pain caused
from wo~manly trouble, or
I yott feel the need of a
good strengthening tonic
19 build up yourrun-downm
system, take the advice
of Mrs. Jones. Try Car
duii. it helped her. We
believe It will help you.
back from direct action by the capital
istic cod. of ethics, duty, honor, pa
triotisn, ' he told the committee:
"Put (qiotation marks around some
of those and I'll stand by them yet.
They'll show how the words are used."
Other oxer r;ts from later writings.
an:: that ":ov. rnment as we know
it will Ahiv.C up and Vie' anl "indus
ri- now in thr: n-inds of the state,
nn 0la:-,. andl the nation. will be
n cam r ty on vto the work(rs
n ''ew' Iiut: well prepared
:2n :t': about govern
of he frs'. ind i!of the
- sos'.n~in no aad.
nI '. 11to Stoar!n .'e
Dakra o1r- of his
- i int :ro a'rs. die
T n lo-sed is; own adi
ii 1 \ 0- VNI sFi.
T I1 \I IICO\DI SIT1ttldI
lo w n-Ind the- C:I"W'na! I-n
jza ie- n, name-ly. whrthur
in alr-atly granlted the locorn:o
+I she-ir also be drant- oher
- a of railway m en.
Thrn .-por t wvorkers de-ititat ion
of r-lven raen wht ich waitlnd oil Pr(..
I.loyd G;or:w for this iu piose.
neit ld sen e of the most conserva
v 'id farseeinr members of Ihe lia
, partl. amlion t others Iarry Cos
.'. I rpsir-n1 of the transport work
r: John Robert Clyn's. former food
'on;ro!Ar: Arthmr lenderson and
.1:.a ies O'Grady and laies Sixton, ]a
haril inmbr' of parliament. The
"o ineil sat for three and a half hours,
bIllt Tin- Ilitation Iladf. no offer con
to the gov
\ n (n ri of miistltelrs an11d other
:I en'*ial rrI w a I11 :e 1a1 (nt the
n10 . rid at it; coi .u ion an
1!_1 T '0 :. ov;vr- won n I .w l 'o nly11t:2
S n n :it (rovidh-Il :he rai
nI wok. Thn
. ~i 'i ni tin nin to ra
1 y .\on, andl,. a ordin:.a
n :ts it - ' n oij.if r ?n:-;. r w rk-l
T o J. M. rla .:' i n(h r .
r. 1r l an-l hf rei . r rtat)ive:il
in lntI t e ase l on i tI
We n t 2fill , ulitit.t Iie jur ' th'
(lalili (il - Vali: r ith alo !:. l'iii it
I ie by - I r2 och O kla li l lelod
hf 0l ~ ollk teorit it theine
101: nn (1- ylosed. iil(te'letee
T" 1. tn. o' te' t~olet pryody
.-:nts, 10U will gIet lfl'd willin la-,
inioni: .\ny hinh yitenin is rpwe
:;i'r' lt ite w a ili a~ alt ui in aptaI
giln" to it. 'ffcie postranteei on Itp(this
'i~tOi' nteyi ar(e a disi sfied~ gthtn
tift ni g oe'1 ! 1 ' r i dedesi gn e a Iadio-l
war callrat drcly nndero:'ath.e
bainulort 'f tie elief of tihe trade
nicoit hi rus thad lvs.r1:i i vr
GUILTY OF MURDER
Jackson, Miss., Oct. 3.-IllIiam
Skipper, charged with the murder of
his wife's parents and her sister, was
found guilty by a jury at Philadelphia,
.Miss., of the murder of his mother
in-law, Mrs. Agnes Stewart, accord
ing to dispatches received here today.
The verdict carries capital punish
ment or life imprisonment.
Two eyewitnesses to the tragedy,
furnished the main evidence which re
sulted in the conviction of their fa
ther. They are Caraditie Skipper, 11
years old, and Ilartw Il Skipper, 10.
.\ecording to testilony, Skippe r
anl Clint Stewar, his father-in-law,
'iua raled over a hog and Skipper
(1 a n seven times at his
The boys te stilied that tleir father
'h n b.orrowed a shot-un. fired it in
the ait and told thomi to follow him.
Thyaid he went to their grand
pa) nits' homeo whe(re, -kipper fir-ed onl
3:..:-.bt me'iss>i Int a shiotguna
01:1 Sewrt askilled. Thev boys
ai their father then tued tile gunl
,, th ir ailt. .\:1-4 Fatnnie Stewart,
whlls the h( i! anld -hot her.
d \1.1.-r. stg-wart, tiacir grand
m r. apear(d at the: door. acord
. hi tu(v t --ti 1 ylly anI th!:ir father
.NOTI-lt I-WHEtFNs CAiSE,
It I'roves That Thire's .\ Wi Out
f .il)any) .Nufferine. I.aur11ens FoIlks.
tanother" relort of a case' in
auirens. Anoth .t y;ical case. Kid
niy aulimtfl(ills relieved in baur-ens with
I oanr 's Kidney Pills.
S. .J. Avery. earpenter, 120 Park St.,
Laurens. say.;: "1oo tnoch lifting and
hard work several years ago broke
down my health and br'ought on kid
ne(Y trouble. My back/felt as if a
weh2t were puilling V4wn on it and
dizzy spells came ovef ie when black
6.Cks would ap ea before my eyes.
I felt so tired o it could hardly do
my work. Morn ?;s I could hardly
get on my shoes, my ankles bloated
so. I was nervous and had headaches
all the time. ly eyes were affected,
too. My kidneys didn't act as they
shoild and the secretions were high
ly colored and painful In passage.
Iliearing about Doan's Kidney Pills, I
got some at Dr. 13. F. Posey's Drug
Store and they made me feel much
J(tte'r from the first, and continued
tus(! en tirtely cired me."
(1e at all dealers. Foster-1 llburn
Co., .\frs., Buffalo, N. Y.
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Drun!.ts rifund money If PAZO OINTMENT fall,
' r l hi D:inl, BeIerd :t! or Protruding Pijes.
.: l!./r: v LC l :h in Vile,. and yu cn n vet
- o dv fter.' the nvnht anu i . Pricte'C
A Feast to the Eye is th
A NOTED artist, whose income is sufficent to provide him
with a Rolls-Royce, took one look at the Post-War Maxwell
and remarked: "It's a sun-down!" Which is art slang for saying,
"It's a beauty."
This artist then went to the telephone and placed his'order
But the real great bea y of the Post-War Maxwell was hid
den from the eye of this oted artist.
He did not kno out the vast improvements made, in the
chassis, fiow the elec ric system has been made well nigh faultless
how a heavier and masterly rear axle has been used, how Hot Spot
and Ram's-horn have given the engine a new efficiency, how the
emergency brake has been set up on the transmission shaft, nor a
score of others that would make a "mechanical mind" forget his
It's a greater Maxwell than any of the 300,000 of - ,
the sams type that grace the highways of the world. Well
Though a respectable sum has been added in value,
the price is only $985 f. o. b. Detroit.
More Miles per .ialCon
More Miles on Tires
Carolina Auto CompanyJ
DEVE PED IN ACCORD WITH THE FASHION
P K METHOD OF HAND.-TAILORING
A STYLE FEATURE PUT FORWARD FOR THE
CONSIDERATION OF THE MAN WHO IS
ACTIVE EITHER IN BUSINES' OR SPORT. IT
HAS BEEN APPLIED TO THE NORFOLK TYPE OF
JACKET, AND IT ASSURES COMFORT AND THE
FREE USE OF THE ARMS WITHOUT DISTURB
ING THE FIT OR LINES OF THE GARMENT.
CUSTOM SE RVICE WITIOU'T
TilE ANNOYANCE OF A TRY-ON