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Her Mother Is not Sure How Child's
V'olee will Turn Out.
New York, 'arch I.-Gloria Ca
ruso, two-year-ol(d daughter of Mrs.
Eriiico Caruso, widow of the famnous
tenor, is to be a real all-American
girl. Ii spite of the fact that the lit
tIe girl already has been declared to
have a marvelous voice, iwell suited to
the operatic stage, Mrs. Caruso in
tends to, let her daughter follow her
"lersonally I anm not, going to make
the0 slightest attenpt to influence Glo
ria's career," said Mrs. Caruso, in her
East Fifty-4I7ifth street home here. "Ill
want her to learn how to swim and
dance and play golf, ride horses and
be a regular girl. Anyway, she is far
too young to decide whether or not
she will go on the stage. An young as
she is now It is quite iimossible to be
sure how her voice will turn out.
"She has undou btedly inherited
muich of her father's talent. MorrIs
3agby heard her sing a fow days ago
and said heir tone was absolutely per
.."She already shows talent for va ri- I
And Her On
Pianist and /
The Man a
The Idol of' Millions
Now Seen for the Fi
Seat Sale at P<
Auspices of A m
ous forms of music. She spends iuCe
of her time listenlug to the Victrola
or piano and has a remarkable mem
ory fr note music.
"Mr. Carono shortly .before his
death said titat Gloria would proba
bly be a singer. The formation of her
throat is exactly like her father's.
"When she is a few years older I in.
Lend to send Gloria abroad for four or
live mont-hs every year to study
French, Italian and muskic.
"if she wishes, when she has reach
Md the age of sixteen, she may study
ror the stage.
"If she does go on the stage she
wvill always have her father before
'er. Of course, this will hielp her in a
vay, but it means so mucl further for
ier to go, hecause she would have to
,tand- up to he' reputation as the
laughter of Enrico Caruso."
No Worms In a Healthy Child
All children troubled with Worms have an un
iealthy cotar, which Indicates poor blood, and as a
ule. there is more or I ess stomach distufrbance.
3ROVE'S TASTELESS CHII.L TONIC given regu
arly for two or three weekswil) enrich the blood.
in prove the digestion, and act as a generalStrength
-ning Tonic to the whole system. Nature will then
hro off or dispel the worms. and the Child illbe
n vercet health. Pleasant to take. 60c per bqttle.
, March 15
r of the World's
on the Phonograph
rst Tinie in Person
we Drug Co.
Plan Willi Discard the Cash Feature b
and Nubstitute 'lierefor 'Aajustedt
-Washignton, 'March 2.-A compro- I
-mise soldiers' bonus plan, under
(which the cash feature would be elim- t
inated where the former service men
would be entitled to more than $50 c
adjusted service pay was agreed upon t
today tentailvely, but unanimously by tj
a special subcommittee of the Repub- I
lican members of the House ways and 11
In the nature of a substiute for
the discarded cash feature there
would be added to the adjusted ser- it
vice certificate title a iprovision t<
which would enable the man select- a
Ing the certificate option to obtain a
immediately from banks 41 loan It
equal to one-half of the adjusted ser- v
vice pay, to which they would be en- c
titled on the basis of $1 a day for do
mestic service and $1.25 a day for ov
In announcing ' the conmipromise
agreement, Chairman Fordncy said it
probably would be a week before all
details of tie loan provision twould be
worked out and the original bill
amended to conform to it. le ex
pressed the opinion that the plan
would be so well received by House
ieibers generally that it would be
un nec esisary to submnit tle new bill to
a party conference, thus S1eeding up
the time of its submission to Ohe
Chairman Ford ney and other com
im11ittecmtten said they believed the new
plan would meet with general favot,
In and out. of eongress, for three rea
sons, which 'were summarized as fol
lows in a formal statement issued by
ilepiresentative Green of lowa. rank
Ing Reptiblican and on the committee:
"(1) The needy veteran can obtain
money as soon as his certificate Is is
sued and in greater amount than is
provided by the cash mtlan of the orig
"(2, No large drafts to be 'made on
the treasury until the expiration of
"(3) No new taxes required."
Word went. around among 1(lhise
members that the compromise lan
was acceptable (both to President
larding and to oflicers of the Ameri
can Legion and late in the day after
there han neen informal exchanges o
views anmong memlers it was asid that
apparently a strong sen tinient in fav
or of the Iew proposal was develop
Representative Garner, of Texas, the
tanking Democrat on tie ways and
means commtittee, said while there
probably would be some oplpositioin
fronm the Democratic side, it was his
opinion that a majority of the Dlemo
crats would support the amended bill.
'lHe thought the loan feature would
tend to expand credits to the extent
of half a billion dollars and thus re
sult in some increase in the cost of
living diruing the expansion period.
At the treasury department the com
romise was described by hight olicials
as; "thte lesser of tiwo evils." It wvas
indicatedl that Secretary Mellon still
was op~posedl to the enactment of any
btonus legislatin at thIs time wih
would cause a serIous drain ont the
tfreasuiry, but officials said this plan
wouldt make thte fianing mutch less
diflicult than wvould have been the
case under the original cash iplan.
F"A310US ST1AR HER E SOON
Ada Jonme5, Famous Star, to lie Here
0lt Wlednesdayw night, March 15, at
the Opr::H useiudler the atuspices
of the American Legion will occur the
first personal appcalanuce it this city
of Ada Jones whioum you have heard
itany timies on phionogra ph records.
.\iss Jlones ,withi her pleasanit person
ality and superIor soprano voice af
f'ords the greatest taleasutre 'by her
utniqute cha racter songs andl imper
so:iations. She brings with her a cern
.pany of talented artists. Miss Bleth
Hamilton is an American violinist who
always arouses egthutsiasm front crit
ics and audiences. Her traini nhas
been with the meat etinent rna rs
of America and Eu rope. She always
reaches her audiences with the Alrst
draw of her bow. Armstrong "Trhe
mn'n of mystenry" ne of the most. Vera.
tile, refined and original of entertain
rs Is aln evening's entertaiment in
imself and must be seen and heard to
e fully appreciated. 'Magic is an art
liat sometimes instructs, often amus
a and always entertains. Miss Mabel
1. Loomis is the pianist and accom
anist and although equipped with the
achnic of a virtuoso, she useb it only
s a means of expressing; this she
ombines with a musical touch and ar
istic temperament in such a way as
) make piano playing an art. Miss
roomis also renders a number of de
ghtful vocal selecti'ons.
Card of Thanks
I'm not.very strong yet, so I'm tak
ig this means of voicing my thanks
) the many friends who manifested
n interest In my restoration from
serious illness. You have no idea
ow the letters and cards from indi
iduals, those avritten in behalf of so
leties and divisions as well, asiur
Sturdy, rosy, burstin
insist upon lots of Bi
is the children's own
Ask your grocer.
We have spared u
cinity enjoy many un
day. Many of the ui
below our costs.
Check over this listia
2 good Collar ['ads .... ...
.1 good Leather Front Collar
1 large Aluinm Mixing Bo
.1 .3-quart Aluminum Boiler
1 large Allumijnum Pudding I
1 Aluminum Lioose 'Bottom (
Pan .... .............
1 quar't' Fixall VJardiish Stain,
color .... ........ ....,
I Wizard Triangle Dust Mop
Lots of other things
Dollar Days and supply a
everywhere, FOR LESS.
Ing ne of your prayers, the numerous
telephone messages, inquiries, and
visits have helped me. The flowers
bore messages of love, and for all the
nicea fruits and nourishments 1'm
grateful. To all those who kept such
faithful watch and administered to
my every need I can't convoy my ap
preciations. Your prayers have -beeij
heard, and today I know the Lord bet
ter and can trust him more fully. I
shall try to prove worthy of this good
ness. ,.ly husband and children Join
me in gratitude -to all.
-MRS. W. W. YEARGIN.
How Frost Penetrates Earth.
A shaft sunk at Yakutsk, Siberia,
in the hope of finding water for tl~e
tbwn, failed to penetrate below the
permanently frozen ground, or "ground I
ice," eveu at a depth of 382 feet. In
Alaskt several shafts have been sunk
about 200 feet, and one reached 365
feet without penetrating below the
Bread is your Best Food---eat r
g with health are thelkiddies
food---100 per cent pure and
is on Doll
othing to help the peopi<
heard of bargains on nei
rusual values we are off
ig From Every Der
rnd then be on hand Friday aa
$1.0 2 boxes 'Black I
. . .. $1.00 1 djust e Gl
1 00 1.quart Bitte
1..0. Bucket ....
$1.00g 1 large Blue a
.... 1.UCoffee Pot .
a$1.0.0 2 ouse Broom
.$1.00 I our-TneP
.$1.00 I . ssRomul
..$1.00 1 ooa size 'Me
here at these low prices. T
11l your needs in the home. 01
A look in our windows will
Eggs Are Good Imitations.
A remarkable and inexplicable fact.
about the cuckoo's eggs is that they
very commonly resemble the eggs of'
the bird in whose nest they are laid.
Of 755 cuckoo eggs in the Berlin Nat
ural History museum, 575 strikin' k
semble the eggs of the foste'. ..
in color and nfarking.
Take notice that on the 4th day of
kpril, 1922, I will rendev t final ac
,ount of my acts and de -s as Ad
ninistratrix of the etsat of B. F .
Plosey deceased, in the ( - of the
rudge of t1robate of La - :: county,
it 11 o'clock, a. in., and 'ic same
lay will apply for a i1 - ischarge
rom my trust as Admir : trix.
Any person indebted ! .'d estate
s notified and required ' :.ake pay
nent 'oi that date; ant' persons
iaving claims akainst * -ate will
present them on or lcfc" - .ag date,.
luly proven or be f 'revc afred.
LU.L I E OSlDY,
frarchj 1, 1922. 33-5t-A.
,ore or it
whose wise mothers
.i . .....
e of Laurens and vi
et Friday and Satur
ering means at and
id Saturday to reap the
nd( White Enamel e
ud( White Enamnel n
tato Digger '..$1.00
Pin .... ........$1.00
ta 1)oor Mat.....$1.00
ike' advantage of these
i the farm, on the job,
reveal these values.