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tford's Shopping Genten V
Irene Castle's April Wardrobe
osed of Beautiful Creations,
iened bv Miss Castle
Each Des
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Maybolle, an exquisite little frock of Corlicelli Crepe do Chine wtth lace sleeve of short length, peep,
lnjr out from blue satin ribbon bandana at yoke. Bo uffant skirt with applique of satin, fruit, broad band
of satin ribbon and full bow of same at side. Colors Mountain haze, sunset, turquoise, Lupin blue.
Marigold, simple but dressy frock of Corticelll Crepe Romalne for afternoon or evening. Yoke and
bottom of skirt smartly decorated with ribbon shirring and applique of rich autumn leaves. Colors navy,
black, mochln. ' - . .
. Marilyn, the tendency of the mode to light weight fabrics is marked In a. little frock of Corticelll Crepe
de Chine, with bodice embroidered with bright colored Spring flowers. Basque skirt falls in graceful folds
set off by a broad ribbon sash with ample bow on left side., Tan, grey, black, white, navy, orchid.
(Sizes 16 to 40 We arc showing)
1 Wisteria, pleated and embroidered lace at yoke and on' flounce adorns this dainty frock of Corticelll
Satin Canton. , A ribbon cluster ornament at sido sets off one of the prettiest frocks of the season. Colors
are black and navy. .
Wjtc, simplicity Is the keynote of this modish frock of Corticclli Crepe Tremaine, with delicate em
broidery at yoke, sleeves and skirt bottom. Graceful pleat-formed sleeves and skirt is enhanced by this
beautiful material. The new shades are sable, brlque, Castle grey, Lanvin green.
Plainville News
Berlin News
Has Held Office ior Many Years
Wilcox yice President ;
..$.. - ..
One Case Conies Up In Berlin Court
. Foresters Meet Tills Evening Dos
Tax Is Due Trui'k Gets Stuck In
, f Mud on 'Pike Other Items.
C. Mi North fund .:
I.ouvi Warren fund
Library Association fund..
Julia Hovey fund
F. L. Wilcox fund . . .
231. 69
For. books $36.40
For coal 26.75
Furnace 24.00
Improvements . 18,98
Shovel and axe.... 4.25
Assistant librarians ,' 62.00
Magazines 21.00
Electricity 17.97
Miscellaneous . ... .85
Total receipts .
Total expenses
Balance . . . . . ,
Extra cash . .
Balance on hand
Truck Gets Into Difficulty.
A truck belonging to a Springfield
fruit concern, loaded with fruit for
William Bulkeley, one of the oldest; the company, ran off the road about
.residents of the town, was
sionlnrl nrejildent of the
; 1 ibrary Association at the aniHinlj could be taken out, sank Into the mud
moptlni? held at the library last cvo-' up to the hubs. Several trucks came
r . , , .
These posters give regulations for dog
owners and should be read carefully.
Meeting or Forcwters
The Foresters will meet this even
ing at 7:30 o'clock at the hall In Ken
slngton. The members are asked to
note the change In the hour. This
is due to the minstrel performance
being given at 8 o'clock in the hall.
The fair committee has reported that
all is practically in readiness for the
event which will take place in May
anu win run four days.
Minstrels Tonight
'the Black . and White minstrels
will give a performance at Foresters'
hall this evening at 8 o'clock under
the auspices of the St. Paul's T. A. &
; tickets have sold rapidly and it. is ex
pected thRt the hall will be crowded
when the curtain rises on the opening
chorus. The show contains many
tunny songs and jokes, local "cracks"
being evident throughout the piece. .
T. A. B. Whist ,
Another successful whist was held
last evening at T. A. H. hall, Ken
sington under the auspices of thcT.
A. B. society. These socials have
proved' popular with -Kensington
people during the winter months, and
, .$2,206.68
, . 202.20
, .$2,004.48
. 42.61
. .$2,249.29
again: two miles north of the Berlin post
Berlin office early this morning and before it , several people from in ew- uri tain nave
also taken advantage of , the good
time oeered. The winners at 'the
Wilcox, was elected I along and attempted to pull the ve-
ning. Frank L,
vice, president. Both of those officers
have held the positions for many
'years. .'-' ' 'T :'v
The reports of the treasurer, the
secretary and Itbrarian were read
atid approved by the members of the
association. Other officers elected
were: , .Treasurer, and librarian, Miss
Emily Braudegce; secretary and as
sistant librarian, J1rs. E. W. Stearns;
second assistant, librarian, Miss Hor
, tense I,oise)te; members of the .execu
tive committee, MisS Sarah Churchill
hide out, but it resisted all efforts.
The driver awaited the coming of a
large Packard truck which ,, he
thought would 'do the work.
The truck belonging to the fled
Ball Trucking Co. of Buffalo is still
strandedl in Berlin, a telegram from
the main office to C. W, Graham, the
driver, stating that necessary esuip
ment has been sent by express.
' One Case in Court. ,
, One case, came up for trial in the
Berlin town court last evening, that
and Mrs. Pardon C. Rickey; collect-' a ir. wane 01 naruora, wno was
ors," Miss Doris lionise. Miss Hortensc charged with' reckless driving. He
Lolsellft and Mis Helen Schoflelrf. figured In an accident on the turn
Frank L. Wilcox added $100 to the Pike October. 15 6f last year, when
Wilcox library fund. 1 nc smashed into a car stopped along
The report pf the treasurer, Miss,111 rad, causing much damage end
Emily Brandegee, from January 20, 1 throwing the driver into the ditch,
1922; to January, 20, 1923, is:- breaking his log.
r!ivFtPTa rnn' YKAtt I 1"v "" was a iogsy one una two
Brought forward ......... .$2,153.42
Brought forward Cash
Town grant ................
Mrs.. Galpln and Miss Ruth
Galpln. for books........
Fine box . . 1
Membership foes
F. fk Wilcox (for Electricity)
Interest on funds
.',.; FUNDS. .
E. H. Woodruff fund . . .
Dr, E. Brandegco fund.
men In an au'.omobile stopped along
the road to warn drivers of a traffic
jam farther along the 'pike. Two
cars came along and the first one
stopped.. The second one coming at
a rapid rate, smashed into the halted
Drake was arrested on a charge of
reckless driving, but was discharged
because of lack of evidence.
Near Kast krlvc
A now drive for relief in the Near
Kant will Vie afm-feM Anxll IK U th
i women of the Kensington Methodist
doo.oj.knri 1ht Kpnalnirfnn PnncrreeroHtnat
churches. " ' . 1
Last Sunday evening a meeting of
the women of these two churches was
held, plans being outlined for the
It's ' Grandmother's lUrlpe to Bring
Back Color and LuMre to
' Hair. . '
Tou can turn gray, faded hair
beautifully dark and lustrous almost
over, night if you'll got a bottle of
"Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Coin
pound" at any drug store, Millions
of bottles, of this old famous Sage
Tea Iteclpe, . Improved by the addi
tion' of other Ingredients, are sold
annually, says a well-known drug
During the week of April 15 the
boys and girls of the two parishes will
make house-to-house canvasses for
old clothing and money. The com
mutes In charge has asked all women
when they start their house cleaning
gist hero, because it darkens the hair to save anything In worn clothing.
so naturally and evenly that ho one
can tell it has been applied.
Thos whoso hair Is turning gray
affair last evening were, first prize,
Mrs. W. ,W. Kagan- and Michael
Rayno; consolation prize, Mrs. W. J.
Kagan and W. J. Fagan. '
Items of Interest
Mrs. Sarah M. Rich has returned
home after spending the winter with
her son. in' Springfield, Mass.
Regal Review of the Maccabees will
hold a meeting tomorrow evening In
T. A. B. hall.
Krai Berlin Items
The regular weekly prayer meeting
.will be held at the Methodist church
this evening at the usual hour.
The library will be open Friday aft
ernoon from S:30 to 6 o'clock and in
the evening from 7:30 to 9:30 o'clock
for the exchange of books.'
The Black and White minstrels will
present their entertainment at For
esters' hall in Kensington this evening
at 8 o'clock. The T. A.' B. orchestra
will furnish muBlc for dancing after
the entertainment. The proceeds
from this performance wf 11 be given
to the library association.
' Ernest Inffraham of West Cromwell
has been the guest of his sister, Mrs.
Oeorge Skene, at her home on Wil
cox avenuo. ,
There will be a meeting of the
Modern Woodmen at the Athletic
building this evening.
Mrs. Slater and children of Ken
sington spent Wednesday as the guest
of her sister, Sirs. Olaf Benson, at
her home on Wilcox avenue.
Kdson Maine Is Improving his resl
dence on lower Main street by the ad
dition of a veranda across the front
drive. This Sunday a union nieetln!
of the two congregations will be held I Ditches and trenches dug. , Gaetano
In the evening at the Methodist J Pullto, Kensington ltd., Kensington,
church. Slides showing the extent of 'Conn. advt.
the need In the Near East and many J
other Interesting topics in connection SCOTCH WHISKEY SKIZED
with the work will be flashed on the I Niagara Falls. Ont., April 5. Pro
screen.' Miss Anna Daniels, for overlvinclal police here seised a freight
two year connected with work In the I car which was said contained 88 boxes
Near Fast, will speak. I of Kootch whiskey valued 8t $9000.
The following Sunday anotherl The boxes were labelled "sugar."
speaker will be heard at - a union!
meeting. I A portable rocket pistol that weighs 1
Fred Callen in Ford Has Narrow
Escape From Serioas Injury
Discharged From Army Ulncwt
Keep Mr Stefanick From Court
Old Land Mark (Joes Today
Episcopal Xotfls Briefs.
Fred Callen had a' narrow escape
from serious Injury this morning
about 1:30 o'clock, when a Ford au
tomobile In which he was riding, was
truck and badly damaged by a Peer
less car from Bristol,
Mr, Callen had started from the
center with a can of gasoline for an
other autolst who had become stalled
and had Just turned around, when the
car came along and smashed Into him,
The accident was due more to the
weather conditions than to the negll
gence of either driver, according to
the story told by those- concerned in
It. There was an extraordinarily
heavy fog on the road and it was
raining and it was with difficulty that
an auto driver could see very far
ahead of him. Constable E. W. Fur
rey 'investigated the case, but found
no cause for arrest.
C. of V. Annual Meeting.
The annual meeting of the Plain
vllle Chamber of Commerce will be
held this evening at 8 o'clock in the
chamber rooms in the Odd Fellows'
block on West Main, street. Election
of officers and a board of directors for
the coming year will take place and a
decision will be reached, it Is expect
ed, on the matter of renovations to the
rooms and the Increase In rent. Other
matters of importance will be voted
The banquet committee will meet
at 7:30 to make final preparations
for a report to be submitted th.". eve
ning. It is expected that all plans
will have been made, so that the
members will be informed of the pro
gram for the evening ot tne annual
Discharged From Army
Dominic Reale, brother of Frank
Ilcale, the local barber, has arrived
home after five years' service In the
army, lie-was utscnarged Saturday
at Fort Strong, Boston harbor, where
he had been stationed with the 13th
infantry, regular army.
He first entered service in June,
1917, when he became attached to
the 76th division. He accompanied
the troops to France and upon arrival
there, he was transferred to the 77th
division. He served two years and
was in action in four major engage
ments In" which the United States
troops participated. He was wounded
in the last offensive, that in the Ar
gonne Forest. L'pon his return to
tbis country he was discharged and
immediately enlisted in the service
He has taken a position as a bar
ber with his brother in the shop in
Neri's block.
Unable to Appear.
The trial of Mrs. Samuel Stefanick
of Mountain View, which was sched
uled to take place last evening in the
town court, was postponed until Sat
urday evening because the won't n
was unable to appear yesterday be
cause of Illness. She was arrested on
the charge of lighting a fire near her
home without a state permit. She
Is under bonds of $500.
To Haze landmark.
Hutton & Jones, Inc., will com
plete the moving of their stock and
fixtures today, and workmen will
Start immediately to raze the. old
landmark at the corner of Whiting
and West Main streets. Mr. Jones
stated this morning that he will be
entirely cleaned out in the old stand
and will be set up In the new store
on Whiting street today. The con
tractor In charge of the work of
razing statod that the building will
probably be entirely torn down before
the day is over.
This is one of the oldest land
marks In Plainville. It was first the
only general store in the town, being
owned by Adna Whiting,' one of
I Plainvllle's first settlers, and was later
converted into a warehouse or trans
fer point for the freight which was
carried on the old canal. Many "old
timers" tell Interesting stories of the
F.plwopal Notes ,
Rector George Hilton of the Epis
copal rhurrh of Our Saviour, makes
the following announcements: Thurs
day The Parish Guild of the Epis
copal church will hold a supper to
night In the parish house beginning
at 6 p. m. Public Is cordially Invited.
The Vestry will meet at x p. m.
Next Tuesday is the 63rd anniver
sary of the consecration of the church
by the late Bishop Williams and the
day will he observed as a dedication
festival. Th holy communion wl be
celebrated during the morning , and
from ' to I p. in., there will be a
parish reception of "at home" when
It la hoped that not only will every
member of the rhurch be present, but
also any friends belonging to other
churches In the town. Refreshments
will lie served, At I p, m there will
bo festival evensong sermon and sol
emn Te Deum at which the preacher
will be Rev, J. F, Plumb, executive
ecretary of the diocese,' The Knights
of Washington will assemble at' 7:45
o'clock for church parade, , .
I'jiblnn Ulster Notes
Pythian Temple, No. 29, Py'lhlan
Platers, held a successful . whist last
evening. The ladles prizes were cap
tured by Mrs. Frank Andrewa, Mrs,
W. H. Wllher and Mrs. Oriffin, while
the following gentlemen were awarded
the men's prizes: Mr. Austin, John
Conlon and Floyd Livingston,
first Friday Devotions
The usual first Friday devotions
will be held at the church of Our
lady of Merry tomorrow. Mass will
be said at 6:80 o'clock and commun
ion will again be given at 7 o'clock.
Confessions are being heard this aft
ernoon and they will he heard again
this evening at 7:80 o'clock.
Advent Christian Church.
The Junior Loyal Workers of the.
Advent Christian church will meet to
morrow afternoon Immediately after
school. There will be a chalk talk
and story telling and other things of
Poultry Uncord Club.
The Plainville Poultry Record club
will meet In the own hall this evening
at g o'clock. Professor Roy Jones of
Storrs Agricultural college and Ben
jamin Southwlck of the Far Bureau
will be present. All 'members of the
Plainville Agricultural and Poultry
Association are Invited to be present
Plainville Briefs.
Prayer meeting will be held this
evening at 7:46 o'clock-in the Baptist
and Advent Christian churches.
Sergeant Major and Mrs. Nelson E.
Morgan are visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Morgan of Maple street.
Sequassen lodge, I. O. O. F. will
meet tomorrow evening in I. O. O. F.
Small black puppy found. Inquire
Selectman W. F. Johnson. Advt. -
Furnished roms to rent, Skinner
Smith Co., Nerl block, Plainville, Tel.
For saleGladioli bulbs, $1.20 doz.
Klunderd strains. Geo. D. Mastin, 56
E. Main St. advt.
The regular weekly dance will be
held at the Community theater to
morrow evening.
American Chemical Society Hears
of Interesting Study . .
, New Haven, April t. A chemical
theory which If proved sound by ex
periments now being conducted, will
explain In a simple, natural way men
tal processes thought to be super
natural by those holding the "vitalli
tic," theory of life, was presented by
Dr. J. 8. Hughes of the Kansas State
Agricultural eollege as chairman of
the biochemical division at the Am
erican Chemical society convention
The theory explains how chemical
changes in the brain and nerves of
the human body can he the cause and
controlling force of the stream of
nerve Impulses which constitute the
mental processes. Dr. Hughes did not
advance the theory as new experi
mental data but as a correlation of
"It Is a proved fact of science," said
Dr. Hughes, "that nervous .Impulses
are electrical In nature; also that fats
are non conductors and water solu
tions are excellent conductors of elec
tricity. The nervous tissue including
the brain, is composed of 1I to 15
per cent of II pin (fat like substances)
and 75 to $5 per cent water. Under
certain conditions the Uplns surround
the water and under other conditions
the water surrounds the Uplns. In
the former conditions the Uplns are
poor conductors but in the others the
water Is a good conductor of nervous
Impulses." - . ,
Dr. Hughes explained that narcotics
make the Uplns surround . the water
and one practical result of the theory
will be that of makers of synthethle
drugs will be able to determine
through application what compounds
are needed to get certain results in
the body without attendant ill effects,
The theory will aid the specialist In
treatment of nervous diseases.
of them. The dresses of the five girls
who suffered the penalty scarcely cev.
red their knees, ., ,. -, ,:
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Order Her to Ijeave Town, She bays, (
For ''Unfair" Dealings
In Business
I.os Angeles, April (.Mrs. Louise
Collins, aged 50, was bound, taken
from her home at Santa Fe Springs,
near here early yesterday by five
masked men, beaten and ordered to
leave the town, according to the story
he told deputy sheriffs. The woman
waa found In a roadway by motorists,
her head cut and bleeding,
Mrs. Collin said the men came Into
her room where ihe was sleeping with .
her husband and carried her In an
automobile to' an orange grove, where
he wai beaten.
She was told by one of the men that
he bad been "unfair" In business
dealings with another woman In con- ,
nection with a restaurant she con- -ducts,
she declared.
S00TMNGT0N news
Last Week in April Is Clean-up We
To Exemplify Degree Work
Items dt Interest.
The board of wardens and burgesses
met last evening and decided that the
last week in April will be devoted to
cleaning up the town. It was also
voted to hold a meeting as a board of
relief on May 17 and make up the
borough budget for the coming year.
The matter of placing the poles for
the trolley and llghttng companies
was left In the hands of the street
The degree team of the Star of
Golden lodge. Shepherds of Bethle
hem, will exemplify their work In
Hartford Saturday night. A special
car will leave the center at 6:05
KUtonlc Post. American Legion, will
open a two night bazaar in the town
Riall tomorrow evening. There will be
an entertainment each evening follow
ed by dancing.
A party of friends from Cheshire
and Southington gathered last evening
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. McGee
on Main street to bid farewell to the
couple who will leave tomorrow for
a few month's trip to Ireland. There
was dancing and singing and musical
selections and a buffet lunch was
served. Mr. and Mrs. McGee will sail
Saturday at noon from New York.
t . ,.
The High school baseball team held
Its first practice yesterday. Over 20
students responded for the sfiuad. The
first game is scheduled to be played
with Collinsvllle on April 18.
Property Delinquents to be Seized
Thousands of Federal War
rants Out
Washington, April 5. The Internal
Revenue Bureau is speding up its an
nual drive against tax dodgers and is
preparing to issue thousands of so
called warrants of distraint in the ef
fort to obtain payments.
A report was received at the bureau
today that 600 warrants had been Is
sued in Kansas City.
It is expected that the campaign
soon will be in full swing and all Fed
eral tax collectors have been directed
to get to work.
During the fiscal year which ended
June 30, 1922, a total of 211,635 of
these warrants were issued' and tax
payments aggregating $9,902,206 col
lected. It is believed that the pay
ments for the present fiscal year, how
ever, will be considerably larger as
the bureau is panning to make an un
usually thorough campaign against
the tax dodgers.
The warrants of distraint call for
seizure and sale of property of delin
quent taxpayers. -
Get Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
, That is the joyful cry of thousands
since Dr. Edwards produced Olive
Tablets, the substitute for calomel.
Dr. Edwards, a practicing physician
for 17 years and calomel's old-time
enemy, discovered the formula for Olive
Tablets while treating patients for
chronic constipation and torpid livers. ;
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do not
contain calomel, but a healing, soothing
vegetable laxative.
No griping is the "keynote" of these
little sugar-coated, olive-colored tab
lets. They cause the bowels and liver to
act normally. They never force them
to unnatural action.
If you have a "dark brown mouth"
bad breath a dull, tired feeling sick
headache torpid liver constipation,
you'll find quick, sure and pleasant re
sults from one or two of Dr. Edwards'
Olive Tablets at bedtime.
Thousands take them every night just
to keep right. Try them. 15c and 30c.
Every winter jou have one of those
terrible colds which hang on for weeks
and weeks break it np at the start
with Williams' Syrup of Whit Pine,
Honey and Tar.
You will be amazed bow quickly this
fine old-fashioned remedy will stop
that dry tickle in the throat, loosen
np that congested condition and re
lieve the hacking cough. A day's use
will usually break up any ordinary
cold if taken in time.
For twenty yean taeusands of people
hare eonsidena this relief -bringing prep
aration a household necessity. Easy ta
take and pleasant to the taste. Don't ac
cept a substitute.
Prepared in the laboratories of Williams
4 CsrletonCxmpny,Hmrtford, Connecticut,
ud for sals at groeary sad general stores.
Me remedy
eaa care all ail
ments of the ha- -,
man body, bat
. as immense
number of peo
ple suffer from
aehea, perns and dis-
Boston School Principal Also Sends
Barefooted Boys Home
Boston, April 5. Five girls wearing
socks and skirts so short that they
permitted a liberal display of bsre
legs were sent home from the Iynn
English school for being "indecently
Three youths who were dressed in
children's costumed without shoes or
stockings also offended Principal
Frederick R. Willard and were or
dered to leave the building.
' Today was senior class day and 265
members blossomed out in queer out
fits the girls In short dresses and
socks and the boys in blouses, knee
trousers and shoeless feet They rush
ed laughing Into the meeting and cre
ated an uproar.
Principal Willard singled out the
worst offenders and made an example
Faces "Beauty Proof" Jurors
Clothing with a few month's wear
still in It will be appreciated. Old
blankets, shoes, hats and other arti-
or becoming faded have a surprise ides thnt may be of use to the needy
only six pounds, recently Invented in
England, will throw a life line for
rescue work nearly 100 yards.
awaiting them, because after one or
two applications the gray hair van
"tabes' and your locks become luxuri
antly dark and beautiful.
This Is , the age of youth! Gray
haired, . unattractive folks aren't
wanted around, eo get , busy , . with
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound
tonight' and you'll be delighted with
your dark, handsome hair and your
youthful appearance within a few
ds. ,' .. ". , :". 1
peonle across the water should be
saved and given to the children when
they make their collections. j
' . Dog Tax Due '. I
Town Clerk Arthur Woodruff staterU
this morning that people should noC
forget that the dog tax for the town
Is due Ibis month. The tags have ar
rived and to date few have stopped
Into the office to register their dogs.
The selectmen have placed posters In
conspicuous places about ' the town.
Friday antl Saturday
AH Wool Skh-ts $1.98
CiirlV Hats DHc
S. M. V. t'rotftpt Cotton.... AV
91.08 Middy Mouses .... $1.50
IMingalnw Aprons 70.1
Kuncr tilow Yarn, .Ptn.'.. 19c
Ncrt's Block
Stop "dosing" rheumatism.
It's pain only. Ht. Jacobs Oil will
stop any pain, and not one rheuma
tism case In fifty retires internal
treatment. Rub sootamg penetrat
ing St. Jacobs Oil right on the tender
spot, and by the timu you fay Jack j
itootnson 0111 comes me rneumaiio
pain and distress. Ht. Jacobs Oil is
a harmless rheumatism liniment
which never disappoints, and doesn't
burn the skin. It takes pain, sore
ness and stiffness from aching Joints,
muscles and bones;, stops sciatica,
lumbago, backache and neuralgia.
I.lmber up! Get a small trial bot
tle of old-time, honest St. Jacobs Oil
from any drug store, and In a mo
ment you'll be free from pains, aches
and stiffness. I'on't suffer! Rub
rheumatism away.
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symptoms vhea their
resl trouble is lack of iron
in the blood. Itistkeiran
in your blood that enables
yon to get the nourishment
out of jour food. Without
iron your food merely
. passes through you with
out doing you any good;j3H
don't get the strength ont
of it. There is o univers
ally knows tonic that his
helped thousands because
it contains Iran like th. iron
la fresh Tegetables and ' .
like th. iron In your blood.
is an eminent physician's ,
best blood prescription,
standardised. It is recom
mended for all anaemic and
run-down conditions. It
has helped thousands of
others. It should help
yon. Ask for it at any
Crowell., Fair Dept. Blare, City Drug
Store and Dlrklnnon Drug Co. .
Mrs. Gladys Graham Fox is considered beautiful by her father-in-law,
Albert Fuchs, Chicago millionaire. In selecting the jury
to try her suit against Fuchs for $250,000 alienation of affections
suit, Fuchs' lawyers excused any juror who might be swayed by
beauty. -
Flush Your Kldnejs Occasionally by
Drinking Quarts of Good
Water. , '
No man or woman can make a mis
take by flushing the kidneys occasion
ally, says a well-known authority.
Too much rich food creates acids
which clog the kidney pores so that
they sluggishly filter or strain only
the blood." Then you get sick. Rheu
mstism, headaches, liver trouble,
nervousness, constipation, dizziness,
sleeplessness, bladder disorders often
come from sluggish kidneys.
The moment you feel a dull ache
In the kidneys or your back hurts, or
If the urine Is cloudy, offensive, full
0? sediment,-irregular of passage, or
attended by a sensation of scalding,
begin to drink soft mater in quanti
ties; lso get about four ounces of
Jad Salts from any reliable phar
macy and take a tablespoonful in a
glass of water before breakfast fr a
few days ani your kidneys may then
act fine.
This famous salts is made from the
acid of grapes and lemon juice, com
bined with llthla. and has been used
for years to help flush clogged kid
neys and : stimulate them to activity,
also to lielp neutrsllxe the acids in
the system so they no longer cause
Irritation, thus often relieving bladder
Jad Salts Is Inexpensive and esnnot
Injure: makes a delightful efferves
cent lithla-water drink, which every
one can take now and then to help
kfep the kidneys clesn and the blood
pure, thereby often preventing seri
ous kidney complications.. By all
mesne have your physician examine
your kidneys at leat twice a year.

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