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BAL, SAYS MAYS
Moye Association President s-s
Worst. Thing About It Is Talk.
qIps Aigeles, July 29.-Will Hays,
ereidert of the Motion Picture
Produccrs' and Distributors' associa
tion of Aineiica, has failed, after a
close study of motion picture studios
here, to find "the horrors of Holly
wood," he told the Hollywood chamber
of- comme:ce at a dinner last night.
"The one bad influence in Holly.
wood is talk," said -Mr. Hays.
- "For the life of me I can ftot see
the horrors of Hollywood."
THIe said the people must have en
te-tainment,.that if they are deprived
Wf. it thev 'will "go red" and that the
right kind of mot4on pictures are need
"MWe must rcmove the reason for
lies-about the industry," he continued.
"Ours is a duty to youth. We are not
so much interested in the millions of
dollars invested In the industry, as we
are in the mI'llions of children whose
moral and education are invested in
Jesse -L. Lasky told of a visit he made
to Europe to v'Iew sites from which
to choose a possible successor to lol
lywood, "as a worl4 center for motion
"When I, reported to Mr. -layes,"
said Mr. Jkl;y, "I told him that no
matter what was naid about Holly
wood, it: was the only place in the
,world foi a motion picture tprodUction
I Constipation Cured
In 14 to 21 Days
"LAX.-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially..
prepared SyrupTonic-Laxative forHabitual
Constipation. It relieves promptly but
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
toinducorregular action. It Stimulates and
Regulates Very Pleasant to Take. Oc
FURTHER IEATED DE-BATE
ON' TAR1FF BILL
-ncial flelief In Sehfte (wt Measure
wfil not Reaclh Vote Befoe Septem.
Washington, July 20.-Mliether the
adiinistration tariff -bill will b:e en
,acted -before the November election
him again become the subject of pri
vate discusnion at the caiii.tol. There
is a m1lore o. loss general belief n.is
i!4 the senate that the moDirwue cannit
*;c brought to a final vote in that body
bcfore Seytember Ift and there are
thone Who belicYv the ironing out of
diffiernces t.elwe-en te ;xnate and
house in confererice will be ruch a
How and tedtons iprocess that it can
not be comnplcted before ccngresrs gocs
home for the fall eampaign.
Come 1! kmocratic (!eitrs e-<press
the belier that the house, its mewml
.bership having rot in direct toah
with the people during t1s 1rs
recess, will balk at some of what the
minority have insisted are high di
ties in the hill. These leaders think
that wihen the measure gces to con
ference the house will deserve the
uigbts of se")arate votes oi a rnber
of questions. thus slowing up a -final
"ver, lo ncm: :lc em'h faith in the
'tcltci ef their D:maocraet i collc.gles
on t-his :oint.
The move from t! D)ice.-atie sidc
fo: "' .Ivest:galien eC. chargep. th::t
scane sntr r nmalyInter7er.t
ed in I.L.e wol and other dutica voted
into the bill may operate to delay sen
ate action. The Democrats say they
will .press their resolutions for an in
quiry and further heated discussion
of the ma-tter on the floor appears to
be In prospect.
As the Jight over rates goes for
ward in the senate sentiment in fa
vor of "a scientific tariff to be bu
around recommendations of the tailff
THE "OLD RELIABLE"
White Haired Aabama Lady Says She Has Seen Medicines Come
and Go But The "Old Reliable" Thedford's Black-Draught
Came and Stayed.
' Duiton, Ala.-In recommending Thed- fecling after meals. Sour stomach and
ford's Black-Draught to her friends and sick headache can be relieved by taking
neighbors here, Mrs. T. F. Parks, a, well- Black-Draught. It aids digestion, also
own Jackson County lady, said: "I am sists the liver In throwing off impuri
tting up in years; my head is pretty ties. I Pm glad to recommend Black
Vhite., I have seen medicines and reme- Draught, and do, to my friends and
dies come and go but the old reliable neighbors."
came and stayed. I am talking of Black- Thedford's Blr.ck-Draught is a stand
Draught, a liver medicine we have used ard household remedy with a record of
for years-one that can be depended up- over seventy years of successful use.
on and one that will do the work. Every one occasionally needs something
"Black-Draught %Nl relieve indigestion to help cleanse the system of Imparities.
and constipation if taken right, and I know Try 1Black-lDraught. luImtt upon Thcd
for I tried it. It is the best thing I have ford's, the genuine.
ever fourd for the full, uncomfortable At all druggists. ,
rrHERE are always some
.1 motorists who think
that the cheaper they buy
a tire the better the bargain.
Then there are the regular
G & J Tire users who have
found that tire economy
can only be reckoned up
months after the tire is
If you are looking for the
genuine value-the kind
that makes every dollar
work-you're likely to stick
to 0 & jcowdl.
COnnission apparently cnifnues to
increase. Senators Keys, Republican,
New Hampshire, and Willis, Hepubli
can, Ohio, aunnounced their support of
this n today in statenents issued
through the American non-partissn,
scientitie tariff league.
Announcing that ten internatonall
labor organizations had petitioned
congress to specd cnactnnt of the
pIendinig tairiff measure, Senator ce
Lean, of Connecticut, a Republican nin
jority in the r.enate "intended to fight
the opposition no matter how long it
takes because we are determrined to
pass the Fordney-McCunber 1:11 Le
fore congrcr s adjourns.
WOM4 N DECLAItMS
SlE KILLED SIS'4'TJ
Killing fie Result o Ihoree Sui I
Ho0pe She Dies."
New Yorlit. Ouly 26.---MiS4 lIa
sepinart:onri~ t11 led last *Novm-ri~c
by her riter Mrs. J:In .1. eisler
natrii:1st "John th( Barber," was shot
thi ec timen and fatally wounded to
day in her B: ooklyn hedrooni.1 ice
arrested Mrs. ]iMisler, hler two so,
1Glorris mnd Gaeorge. .nd the sl:tn
woman's 'broeher, Max IKatz, charging
cael1 of themd with homicide.
A'ter rushing M:ss Katz to a hios
P!tal detective3 who said they founrd
her sister. tro'her and lieliphews in a
ioo- F.dJoinlng the bed chamber, took
all of them to the death bed where,
the detectives declared, the dying so
man identified Morris Reisler as the
one who rhot her. Her sister, .4-0
Re:Fler, the po:ic alleged, deelart d
that she and not her son had done
"I hope she dies-if she don't I'll
choke her-I have been waiting a long
time to get her," they quoted Mrs.
ileisler as saying, on the trip to the
Screams of Mrs. Jennie Katz,
mother of the two women, aroused
neighbors when the shots were tired,
and they called the police. The police
said Mrs.T Katz informed them that
"Morris did it" and that Mrs. Reis
ler, upon hearing these words, turned
to her mother and said 'you lie."
The police reported finding a revol
ver in Mrs. Rcisler's possession but.
expressed the opinion that she was
trying to sheld her son iMorris.
The elder Reisler-well known in
Oporting cdreles, visited the hoie
of tiUsS Katz last night, the police said
and from there sent to a police eta
tion and asked that she be ajrotected
against violence. A detective accom
hanued her 'nmek to her home, but re
turned to headquarters in the belief
that his precence at the Katz apait
trut wars unndcesaary.
Miss Katz, it was said, had been
cashier in Reisler's barber shop and
police said they were told he had
given her money so that she might at
tend a business school. The lUeislers,
were imawrried 27 years ago. The poliec
Said Mrs. Rcisler accused her husbanid
of having been intimate with her si.
'ter for the past lin years.
s The lock on the hail entrance into
t'or Ka tz : rakomt hAd becii fo-red
andl thle door e oken open. Police mid
Ge~Forg~e Reisier -and May Katz admfit
ted havig b'r.en hr the door.
IF? LEA(GUE FAli.S
Ru oien uh (I~ Hoe, Sa1ys aloyd
Gecorge. Chanctre f'or (Churchm.
J.orndon, July 28-"More terrible
'fafchines than in the late wvar are hc
ing; constructed," said 'Prime Mlinister
Lloyd George at a luncheon given by
200 pr'ominenrt Free cliurchmnen today.
"Wthat for'?" he asked and continued:
"To attack cities and maim, destr'oy
and burn helpless wdmen and children.
Keep your eyes on what is happening.
If the churches of Europe and Ameri
ca allow that 'to fructify, they had bet
ter close their' doors.
'iWe reduced our armaments and if
other nations follow the example, there
'will 'be. no serious menace to peace,
but it is difficult for a nation to remain
defenseless while others are prepar
ing for war."
Mr, Lloyd George said that the nrext
war, if it came, would be a 'war on~
civiliza-tion itse'lf. speaking of the
s'uddenness in whioh 'war came, he
"The war germ is like any other
germ-you do not know that you have
it until it- has got you. It is of no use
arguing with an epileptic when the
fit is on him.. 'There is that atmnos
ucher'o in the world now tied the ex
llosiv'e mater-a-l is scattered over tihe
face of Eiurope.
"When a match is dropped it is too
Cato to want. tahe coveant of' the league
of nations. It is -the new spirit -that
is wanted. Loek up the ex.plosives and
capelally leek up throse givenr to driop
ping matches.. Tihe churches must pro
mote -the newv spir'it which is neces
'lihe mzrime minister said that he at
(ached high hopes to the league of na
Lions. He ,said thrat civilization would
be Bfafe if the league slicceeded. If it
failed~ civillzation was doomed, -he
- A bught .
. .EN NIGHTS
acR&N &RS by. --IN.A
Thursday and Friday, August 10-11
CAN'T DO THE WORK
'It's tvo much to try to work every
da,y against a constant, dull backaohe,
or sudden darting pain In the small of
the back. le rid of it. Try Doan's
i Kidney Pilln. Your neighbors reconv
nend them. Mk your 4ruggistl
A. -1-1. iarke 60. Pickens .t., Lau
renm-, n:an: "I Lad kidney troiible and
tried differeist medicines and doctors
without resilt. I was in such bad
p:hape it was necessary for wc to drop
liy wo.h t every ittle while, due to the
f (ieuctt action ci by kidileys. The se
1r tC IS bi. ned Mt pa.sage and twere
1 I inl color. Nlottnin gs my back wias
a, stiff ,4 a borld and(m so ore I could
iardly touch it. I couldn't bfnd with
ot1knif k I( i( 1 tr, ising through
v .di wy-,. Dinirs ~ came (o0 ove r mC
Eiddenly and it weemed as though a
thiousanid VtU w4e dancing before
m eyer. Whe I u ightI CameO I could
,hardly (Irag one foot aftcr the1 other.
I began tsiing Doan': Kldney Pills and
they Cend Mc of .!c troiu ble. I have
11 had O sign of kidncy t' roule Since."
)1-. at all dealrsm. Foster-Aliburn
co.. M fru, uft'ao. N. Y.
To Stop a Cough Quick
tako HAYES' HEALING HONEY, a
cough medicine which stops the cough by
healing the inflamed and irritated tissues.
A box of GROVE'S O-PEN.-TRATE
SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and
Croup is onclosed with every bottle of
HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve
should be rubbcd on the chest and throat
of children suffering from a Cold or Croup.
The healing effect of Ilayes' Healind lioney In
nide the throat combined with the heal lg effect of
Grove's 0-Pen-Trate Salve through the pores of
the skin soon stops a cough.
Isoth remedies are packed in one carton and the
cont of the combined treatment is 3Sc.
Just ask your druggist for HAYE'
Hlp! 0 elP! HelP!
called out the drowning man, and the young society
gentleman threw off his coat, intending to plunge in
and resz ie, but suddenly remembering that etiquette
required an introduction, and as he had not been in
troduced he just let the fellow drown. Now when the
fellow from the whirlpool of commercial depression
calls for help, COLLINS' DEPARTMENT STORE
does not wait for an introduction, but when he whirls
the price into halves our SPOT CASH LEVER lifts
an - places the stock, no difference how large, in our
big store with fully half whirled off the price.
Bu y Chyne, white, pink, tan, Ciglains, fastcolors 81-&
black, lavender and blue.- .C.. G9
Work Shii ts, _.48c, G5c and 75c Barber's Towels -. 6c
Men's Union Suits --------- 49c Tutkish Towels 10c
Bed Roii Slippers -------- 69c Stratford Crctcne, 36 inches 18c
Crepe de Chene, white, pink, Scout Shoe, elk sole.....---$1.89
flesh, black, navy, jade, gray Boys' Suspenders - 3c
and brown............$1.39 W hite 10c
Umbrellas, with white rings in
handle for only... ---.----. 98e Mate Ticking 7c
Alumimium Percolators for.... . 95c Black Taffeta------------ 98c
White Oil Cloth, 1 yard----- 25c Gray Taffeta------.----98e
Dress Gingham ................... 1 c
Dress Ciham-y-----------l10c Old Ladies' Comforts, all solid
Dress Chambray.----.--------- c leathers
Pereale...........-Men's Dress Shoes-------.. $2.50
Calico, fast colors for...------8c 40-inch Organdie, tan,black,
Knives and Fork, 1 set for...--- 75c white, brown, blue, laven
Silk Pongee, American made' 48c der, yellow and green.. 25c
The Bavarian Broom Girl sang "Buy a Broom," but her price was one
dollar, and at COLLINS' DEPARTMENT STORE you'll find great big brooms
for only 35c3
Always More and Better for Less at Collins'
W. C. WISON'SayL STANDtAURENS-- S. e