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HAMMONTOV. ?. J. Nov 22 ?The skeleton of little Billy Dansey, who had been missing from his home giace ?October 8, ??ras found yester day In a swamp three miles from bla home. His clothing was scat ter??! around the spot where his skeleton lay. It waa found by George Bckhardt, a hunter. Following en lnqneat. Coroner ADVgRTISEislgNT_ llffLYTWELLDONTBE fto??t Notice It Drive Them Off with Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets ? lace *?fll not embarrass yoa if roe ret a package of ' O Ve Tablets. The skin to dear after 70a bave the tablets a few nights ?cae the blood, bowels aad Uves ??sth Dr. Edward?' Cave T?tblet& tbe ?aw ? 1?fui sul ufi Nili fin ninnili Thnr'i ao a^art-ieaa or pain after taking them. Dr. Edwards^ Olive Tablets do that ?atacb cakxnel does, and just as effec tively, but their action is gentle and ?air ?""?stead of severe and irritating. No one who tajees ?Dove Tablets is ?war cursed "?*?* a "dark brown taste." I bad r-*-eth, a dun. fittfesa. "no good" feeling, cooatipation, torpid liver, bad " "ion or pinapfjr face. : Tablets are a purely vegetable 1 mixed ??ithoaveoil; you will them by their afrve color. Dr. Edwards spent years among pa tients afflicted with fiver and bowel ??yasima, aad Obre Tablets are the taanensely effective result. Takeoneor tiro nightly for a week. See how much you led and look. 10c and 25c .SQUEEZED TO DEATH When the body begins to atiffec and mnemeot becomes painful h ?? usually an Miration that the kvdneya are ont of order. Keep orfana beahhy by taking COLD MEDAL I > USI I I s Tbe ?weld's standard remedy for kidney, kvas, baxVJer aod ?rk add troubles, ?io?-? ISM. Take rssrolarfy sod in good beai ta. Ia three sisas, ail Oeaiaateed as reprsesmed. Cunningham and Prosecutor G-eklll advanced the theory that the boy, two and a half years old, had been mistreated following his abduction, and then killed. Coveree" With Leaves. No effort, apparently, was made at concealment. The skeleton was partly covered with leaves. Eckhart, attracted by the baying of his dog, pushed his way into a dense thicket and there found the skeleton, It* bone? stripped by bird? and ani- i mal?. The child's sweater and cap lay ; ??.bout fifty feet away. Between them ard the skeleton were his romper?. It wa? obviously impossible for the boy to have wandered that far from his home alone, a* the route he must have followed crosses several high fence?. The definite trail established by county detectives, through testimony of several neighbors, who said they ?aw the boy in company with two strangers, alao led to thi? vicinity. Wbole Ceantry Searehed. Searching parties, organized a few minutes after the boy disappeared, worked straight westward instead of southward to the thicket where the skeleton was discovered. Countless searches extended as far West aa Texas, and the toy was reported as having been seen almost daily in vari ous parts of the East. Cranks seized the opportunity to write anonymous letters, purporting to give informa tion as to the boy's abduction. Mrs. Dansey. who suffered a nervou? breakdown when the boy disappeared, was said to be in a ?eriou? condition today. On the morning of October 8, Billy was sent out to play by his mother. A few moments afterward, when she called to him. he was nowhere to be seen. No particular anxiety waa felt for several hours. When the little high chair was vacant at dinner time, however, a general alarm was sent out. Men and boys searched the woods and swamps. Airplanes scout ed tbe neighborhood for days. Search Take? Wider Scone. The search took a wider scope when ?tories came in of two men having been seen along the high road near the Dansey home on the day of the boy's disappearance, and later of a woman with a child answering Billy's description on a. train from Pittsburgh to Cleveland. "f-T? particu lar object could be found for outsid ers to kidnap the baby except that he waa an exceptionally fine child, havinir won a prize in a baby contest. Detectives, however, followed this clue, but without avail. Alleged descriptions of the abduc tors of the boy was sent to the prose cutor of Atlantic county from a mys terious source. When county detec tives ?ought to follw them up the clues proved worthless. A band of gypsies who had camped in the neighborhood shortly before the disappearance of the child were questioned closely, but all protested that they had not been near the Dan sey home on the day the boy was last aeen. FORESAW FINDING OF BOY'S BODY HAMMONTON, V J.. Nov. 22.?Dis covery of the body of two-and-a-half year ?ild Billy Dansey of this town, in a pine swamp three miles from hie home, verifies a prophesy made by Gustav Eberhard, an aged recluse, liv ing near Hammonton. A week after the little boy disap peared, October H, Eberhard, who laims powers as an astrologer, told detectives the boy would never be ?eon alive, that he would be found dead in the swamp. "I have seen little Billy walking along a road." said Eberhard. "Two men followed him. I saw distinctly a hole In the road in front of the boy. A crime has been committed for the pirpose of striking at somebody else through the boy." ^l??*fe??o?4 -' ?s*?*!*?1!*; \ ?Si? .?Ht.??' ' B * >I<8 Economy Fuel Kerosene Oil is the economical fuel? easily obtained, stored and used. Used in a portable Perfection Heater it does the work of furnace coal dur ing Autumn, and supplements it in Winter. The Perfection is clean, safe, sootless, odorless?bums ten hours on a gallon of kerosene. Easily filled and re wicked, j Aladdin Security Oil gives best re sults. At your dealer's. STANDARD OIL COMPANY ? ( New Jersey) W?.i,.n?t<*n.D.C. BALTIMORE, MD. Charlott*. ? C. Norto.a. Vs. Charleston. W. Vs. Richmond. Va. Charleston, S. C. Use Aladdin Security Oil 'fi.,? llWBli O/J Heaters ?DILLY" DANSET, who disappeared from his *^ parents' home at Hammonton, N. J., October 8, and whose body was found yesterday in a swamp re mote from any dwelling. Authorities believe he was mistreated and then slain. PMOTOS -edgci*. -?hoto servii!-*-*? PVATt THANKSGIVING PARTY. A Thanksgiving party, exclusively for members of the Ohio (?Irla' Club, will be given in the Wilson Normal School, Eleventh and Harvard streets northweet, Monday evening at I o'clock. Games and refreshments are on the program. TURKEYS WILL BE CHEAPER THIS YEAR Fair Price Board to See That Festive Bird Costs Less That Formerly. Despite the coal and steel strikes, the failure of the international labor conference and the high cost of liv ing Kenerally, turkeys for Thanks giving are fat and plentiful and shouM cost less than their ancestors slain this time last year. Such is the opinion of the fair price committee, and the members of that body are prepared to back up their decision by carefully watching deal ers to see that prices this year do not even equal those of last. Beginning Monday, the Washington market will fill up with the usual al lotment of Thanksgiving turkeys. Many of the fowls are arriving to day, anil all the country wagons com ing into Washington early Monday mornlnp from Virginia and Maryland will bring with them a number of strutting goblers and plump turkey hens, dressed and undressed. If your dealer charges the same price this year for the Thanksgiving turkey that he charged last year, ask him the reason therefor, and if it is not, io your opinion, satisfactory, no tify the fair price committee, Depart ment of Justice, of the circumstances attending the purchase. NAB MERCHANT AS SUGAR PROFITEER NEW YORK, Nov. 2..?Herbert Thornton, a Brooklyn merchant, was arrested today charged with profi teering in sugar. Thornton was alleged to have sold 100 pounds of sugar at 18 cents a pound. EXPORTS FOR OCTOBER S.H0W $35,000,000 GAIN Exports during October totaled $632,000.000, an Increase of $33.000,000! over September, and $130,000,000 over October, 1018, according to a state ment issued by the Department of Commerce. Imports totaled $416,000,000, a de crease of $20.000,000 from September. but an increase of $160,000,000 over October of last year. Exports for the ten months ended with October totaled $6,501,000,000, an increase of $1.440.000,000 as compared with the same period In 1918. For the ten month? this year import? amounted to $3.130,000,000, a agin of $.-)43.000.000 over the similar period last year. Only Oa? nROHO QtlMNF." To set the ??nulna, rail for full name I 4X? AT1VS BROMO-QUININ- Tablet?. Look for ?lm-tur? of E. W. ORO VE. Cor?? a ?old la On? Day. 10c?Advt. BIG ARMY AND NAVY INCREASE PLANNED General Staff and Daniels Consider Program If League Is Killed Finally. The War and Navy Departments to day have under consideration plans for Increasing the size of th?? army and navy, which Congress will be urged to adopt in event the United States decides finally to remain out of the league of nations. Before the Christmas adjournment of Congress. Secretary Daniels will submit a bill for an Increase in the personnel of the navy, it was learned. Adoption of the general staff army reorgantsatalon bill, which has airead?? been introduced In both house?, and which provides for a neace tt?s4 army of half a million men, will a!?o be urged upon Congress. It was understood today President Wilson might take up the question of armaments in his message te the regu lar session of Congress, December 1. making recommendations for a pro gram as an alternative to the league. In January Daniels plans to ask Congressional sanction of a new war ship building program, the details of which are as yet incomplete. At the same time $46,000.000 will bo asked for expansion of naval aviation. The general staff plan for tbe army makes the peace force a skeleton for a war army of 1,000,000 men. ? large and strongly centralized general staff, with power over the bureaus and agencies of tbe army, would be cre ated by the pending bill. ALIMONY FOR MEN, URGE D.C FEMINISTS ? sk?? ? ?? ? ?? ?.? Woman's Party Also Favors Pension for Widowers With Children. Alimony for men and pensions for fathers is the new war cry of femin ists in Washington. They are organizing a movement for protective legislation for men, de claring it Inconsistent for women to clamor for equality while receiving special benefits by law. Not that they feel gentle toward males. Take it from Mrs. Lillian H. Kerr, vice chairman of the Colorado State branch ot the National Woman's Party, and wife of Judge Robert Kerr, of Col orado Springs, Col., they decidedly do not feel gentle toward males. A sex war Is coming, they darkly pre dict, but until it comes they will be consistent. "Good heavens'" exclaimed Mrs. Kerr, exasperated that any one should think there was anything strange about wanting to proteet men, "if <hey don't need protection, who does? They are more helpless than children. It Is necessary for the salvation of the world that women protect them. "The world wouldn't be in the dis order it is now if the men hadn't muddled affairs. Let them turn the government over to the women and stay at home. We'll support them. Heaven knows they have done enough talking about protecting and shelter ing us! Well, we'll protect and shelter them and not talk about it. "Home men, I suppose, have a hard time in life. There are some hard working fatahers. There are fathers left either by death or divorce with children on their hands. They should be pensioned by the state. "If it is right for women to have alimony it Is right for men to have it. In cases where there are no children and the woman has the big ger income, she should be the ali mony-paying one. I don't see how any self-respecting woman or man able to earn a living could lake ali mony, but both sexes should be treat ed alike by the law." OVERSEAS SERVICE RECRUITING ENDED The Chief of Staff, General March, has announced that enlistment for men for service in France and Ger many ha? been discontinued by order of the Secretary of War. The action follows the enlistment of the required number of men, 850, for service In France and Germany called for a few weeks ago. The recruiting services now are to be directed toward men for service in the Panama Canal Department, Gen eral March said. The campaign for men for this service will continue until January 1. At least 1.700 men will be needed in order to bring the organizations in the canal department up to the required strenprth. There are approximately 3.4O0 vacancies in Panama, the War Department says. Vif Won your head feels like " '?*>#s a basket of broken bottles?-you need BEECHAM'S PILLS Stomach or bowel dis order poisons the blood and thus irritates tbe rest of tbe body. Lat-see* Sala af Aar MseVia? ha th? WeeU. Sold ?leoaheie. la lisais. 10c.. 2*c Obtain New Life by T?lelas K.??ii?LYMPHIN?T.bi?u Keaiore lust nervt/ lore?, creating oc** lile. Improvement comee to elay, guaran teed free fiom Chloral, Cocaine. Morphin? er other narcotic drugs. Write for booklet. Bach package contains 30 dare' treatmeal by mall tl. C H. Howslle A Co.. tl Church St. New Tora. Bold by People's I Drug 8tor?s and oih?r l?a?11ng ?"raggiata NUXATED IRON MASTER STRENGTH AND BLOOD BUILDER ?f Let the Wedding Bells Ring Out 8y JEAN ?????? prais.es wife in answer to her divorce plea Denying charges of misconduct brought by his wife in ber suit -?gainst him for an absolute divorce, Kichard E. Oarrett has filed his answer in tbe District Supreme Court, saving In the last paragraph that sbe Is "a Just, good woman, and that he has th? highest respect and regard and love for her. and that much of the misun derstanding between then la the past has been due to suspicions which were unfounded." b?ket arami PUZZLES SEMa?S Up?? Ckmaew Mm? SW Q--M-M ?f a__r O--.alleati?? af rsspaa-lNItty ?"er department eatiaaatM for tloa? will be on? of Um qa oocupy tbe attention of Um ooee after Congre?? copy ss _e_t month, aooerdlng io ?a _a_ouoMmsat ?m*? today by Norau? MtOwU-. It-publi-raa, ef Illioot?. -_.1rm_e ai tb? t?-l"-wii nmmllln <m tea establishment of a bmtcet. Tb? House passed a bill datiag Mm extra session which plecas the tlon ia a depart fat to in Ut? orno? of tbe iTrei?emt asse flxotf 4M full responsibility ma UM Pr?sident for th? approval of okme*rt? mental est lana te?. McCormwk saasm to bave tb? sclmms ht?ikI to placa tele responsibility In the hood? of UM ?be re tar y of tb? Troasury. With tb? pres?pt system, gives each dsgarta-fat thotiy over Its annual there is littl? pa?fMHty far.? ment. McCerml-k said, pa?id tbe Ho? pro?! ?xocutlv? coa trotter ?dM under Um Proel???* to regularity or ail Mite th? Oo-enrmenl through departmeat* before Ueaator MeComlek this official should b? uad Jjlbi **> ury LMportatMai. TVs ?aaf*?aaa? ?U ' the fO-ctto** oudw tdm osmsmma* eg tho Piwss-lint to rollo?* tm/SWOr****** at th? ?? ? ?i-*r from Um <Mr<H rota l__l_g th? work of tol^?p \Ka*?t\ membera MARY PICKFORD FILED BY PLA NKW iORK. Jtov. ?. -Ury Moor?, mot*? widely roc tlon picture -*-fa__-** ag -tory fcrd. waa awarded .a -fers?--* >>r *?'?*' ?ary hor? yesterday ia ? SoM testa* f tuted by Urs Cora C WM-tffc*??. a play broker, who alleged that ?a had obtained a contract for Mt? rttW-H with the Famous Players Oerparptl? at a salary of $1 ?eO.eoe. aaJ Um? a IP per cent cotnmtaston was aa* her. At a previo?? trial a Jury had de cided la favor of Mr?. Wilk-mlag. hot tbe appellai? divisto? ?et aald? the verdict and ordered a new trial. WNGLEY?? c a package before tbe war c a package during tbe war and c a package NOW THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE!