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THE TULSA DAILY WORLD, PR ID AY, JANUARY II 1916
T II R E R RAIN AND SNOW IS extra repair Ml il Were in tiie field all da) nnd most of 'hi wins were fixed. I in addition t" th,- details In the tity 'tin line t Bapulpa was out until lata HARD ON RAILROADS this elt) and Claretnore. About a mile of pole w i ul between Tulaa and Dawaon and full) five miles be tween Tulsa and Claremore, This was the only aervtce nol restored b) laal night. The Western Union and Maekn) telegraph companies were lucks n escaping i in- storm, only one branch of the Markay being temporarllj dis abled. Tiic Public Service com pun 5 COMPULSION BILL FINALLY ENDORSED Many Stai drains Were dstill Mosl Vesterdav, at of Mil) inn Sen to Rejeel Mill ice Measure Loi i. Big Vote. arv WIRES ARE LEVELED had the though tin' aall) Injtu si miraculous eacup elect rlc w irea a re t ii nl of all, there wan LRIdli SUPPORT IT "Thesi men are neeessnry in order to free Europe from the menace of Qer man tyranny and domination," Opponenta of th 1 i 1 1 received ah other bio whan John Dillon, u lead ing member of tht Irish party, bc oepted Hie decision of John Redmond that In- WOUld have contu ance to the bill it' hair of part) ami ail th,' labor in st I with him. no I nllt III II, 'il . ' I) It Telephone and Telegraph !ompanies I lave M neh Trouble. Yesterdays storm caused serious 1 trouble among railroads, telephone, telegraph ami street railway com panies operating in this vicinity, Ac cording to some of th, officials, the storm was the hardeal fi 1 thelt standpoint for several years. Street car companies faced a diffi cult problem in the combination of snow ami slei t which collected mi iis tracks ami trolley wlrea. Tho unusual nature of tin' storm was more detrimental than is usuall) the is-. Tin- Tulaa Street Railway was1 late iii Btarting its cars, hut man aged to complete the service before the morning rush to tin downtown district, 'r .i Union Traction companj fared worse, being mil up all da) ami with' in. relief in su:ht Inst night, Lato yesterday afternoon a car w is run ti tin- 1 ircutl lake line, hut neither 1 Morning-side nor living Place have been reaohed, Bualneaa men in tins districts were forced to walk yester day, Tiie Band Springs Interurban finally got a car Into Tulsa ahont ," o'clock in tin morning after two hours on the way, Alter k.:iu o'clock a i iii service was Kept inrougn me Hard on Telephones, The telephone company experienced trouble hoth In -ally ami on (lie lines to near-by towns. A large squad "i single report of trouble, The ciuted Press special wire iras del all day. hut was in shape last nl Itailroadi Hard Hit, The railroads were on "ui st ret t" all da) ami 1 here prol has not been a. train through this Sir John lined froti oil time t v ngarie th. wind, Is ,1 attacked the rnllri 1 han has been t v 1 ars The Frisco repo to five hours late to OUnl of a w re, The switching facilities in the West Tulsa yardi were brought The uslv HIP 'I'eiuier A.squitli Makes Personal Appeal While j Others Denoum e Plan. the latter being on mar 1 'as, -v. I ilvla lug to a TERRIBLE ITCHING Or PIMPLES standstill ami the situation was barely relieved after an all-da) attack by section clews. Bwltchea were frozen anil had to I"' treated separately. A majority of the switching engines were f rose 11 ami hail to he thawed out before anything could he done, other technical dam age contributed to the demoralisation and freight trains ran on a very un certain schedule yt sterday. The M.. K & T. experienced ail the difficulties of the Frisco, ami iii addi tion well' cut off from tiie rest of the systi ui. Both telegraph ami telephone lines 111 both directions were out and had not I, ecu restored at a late hour last night. Most of the trouble is expi cted to he alleviated provided there is not an other fall of snow or sleet. The sleet, which formed a glaze over everything il touched, was responsible for most of the damage, The continued oold weather will keep the local companies on their toes for some time, as the .-In.' lit est moisture will repeat ' stir day' experience!, Gi ncrnl lluerta indict, ,1. SN ANTONIO, .Ian. 18. With the indictment by the federal grand Jury today of Vlotorlano lluerta on a Charge of selling 011 foot an aii d expedition against a friendly republic the case was set for the May term in this rjiy. Advices announcing that Ruerta was dying at Kl Paso brought the statement that the case musl he called al the Mav term and then dis posed of. even though death ensues before that date Th out orders that th" defendant be released on his own recognisance until the case is call, ,! 111 the 1 niti d Stales court. LONDON, J.ui I.'. Amid seems ol uproarious enthusiasm the house of commons at 11 o'clock tonight ih feated a motion to reject the mlli- , tal v s, r n c hill 1 a vote of IS to acceded to the premier's request bj passing 'he second reading of the hill with, .ui division, The vote was chiefly Interesting on a count of 1 he cha nged att tt ude of man) of the 10S members who op posed it mi the first reading, The debate wai closed by Arthur Henderson, president of the hoard of cic ation, in a much-applauded Speech, He said it was a meat satis faction to him ihat because of def Inlte aaaurai a given his friends and pn inn r al met III present This fa' t and abn himself b) the of III" Whole I remain for tin lion ministry, gurded at houu hoi of the nation's unit) with th, statement : "i have the Kitchener and th we require at married men Derby scheme no u who are hut also tin the 650,000 in Ih in th wouli ad as 11, I name ible to he re a gym-closed authority of Karl g nt 1 al staff t hut ince not only the un en rolled under the not onl) tin married Waiting to lie called. whole available part of men with whom this m fLt F 'a 1; h Or; Limb. Hard and Large. Terrible Pain at Night, Could Not Sleep. Inside of a Month HEALED BYCUTICURA SOAP AND OINTMENT "My 'eft limb, from the ankle halfway Ur ia oni side, broke out with pimples bii!i were hard and large. The Itching Of thesu pimples wan terrihlu a'ld at times I would scratch until I niadii them bleed. They then stiirted to Ret red and in'' naed and my limb V ...1 I was swollen. I bad a terribln " oaln besides the itching, and at night t COUld not sleep. I had to keep my limb ban diced all the time. "Then I tried Cutlcura Soup and Oint ment. I washed the affected parts with the Cutlcura Snap and applied the Ointment twice 1 day and 1 was healed inside of a month." (Signed! Miss M. Blattery, 1200 loiirtnii Si., New Orleans, l-a., July 'IS. Sample F.ach Free by Mail Willi 32-p, Skin Hook on request. Ad ,lr iu mmi card "Cutleura. Ii.-it. Ti It,," ton." Sold throughout tho world. TOO WEAK TO FIGHT Tiie "Come-back" man was really ni'iu down-and-out. His weakened condition because of over-work, lack of exercise, lmpropt 1 eating and living demands stimulation to satisfy the cr) for b health-giving appetite and the refreshing sleep essential to strength, GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules, the National Rented) of Holland, will do the work. They are wonderful! Three of these capsules each da) will put 11 man on his feet before he knows it; whether his trouble Comes from uric mid poisoning, the kidneys, gravel or stone in the bladder, stom ach derangement or other ailments that befall the over-zealous Anicri , in, Don't wait until you arc entirely down-and-OUt, 'but take them today. Your druggist will gladly refund your money if th"y lo not help i"U. X5c, r.ne ami $1 per box. Accept no sub stitutes, Look for the name OOLD MEDAL on ever) box. They arc the pure, original, Imported Haarlem Oil t 'apaules. Adv. 1. real Discovery, Mactavlah- They say 'tis so could whaur that Shankleton laddie's to sail to that e'en the whisk) freeexs, Maodrouthy -Losh, mon! Talk o' peppermlts, what a palrfel sweetmeat that wad innk' to tak' to the kirk wi' ye! London 1 Iplnlon, ANOTIII H Mi ill be r- I I ( Mil I I S .. measu re d a Is." Onl) 103 IgnltuM It. The opposition crumbled tonight to a few conscientious objectors. A fortnight ago the antl-compulalot ists 1 I limed two bun died votes, but oil the first reading they were able to muster only 105, of whom more than one half were Irish nationalists. When it came to the second read ing of the lull tonight the Irish na tionalists hid withdrawn from the opposition, Premier Asqulth had pla cute (I a majority of tho labor mem bers who had voted "no" on the first reading ami only a comparative handful remained Irreconcilable, The result appears to have been due partly to evidence that th, nu ll favors the measure and partly to .Mr Asqulth's often displayed facility at conciliation, The premier con ferred with (he labor party executive committee ami labor members of the 1 loid Part) Outlier at Vmstcrilam, AMSTERDAM, via London, .Ian. 1C. .Members of the Ford peace expodltlo 1 visited Amsterdam today. At a pub lic meeting at winch a large hall wm crow, led speeches expressing the de sire of all neutral nations tor peace wire enthusiastically applauded. The members of th party after the meeting returned to The Hague, w here they will select 11 permanent peace committee Thursdaj . How to Cure Colds. Avoid Exposure and Drafts. Eat Right Take Dr. King's New Discovery. members, after hill on Hie first the attitude that il ap- John oppi,- ngt eed , 1 AFTER GRIPPE Vinol Restoicd Mr. Martin's Strength Wapakoneta, Ohio. "I nin a farmer by occupation, anil the prippe left 1110 ' with a had couli and in a nervous, weak, run-down condition, and I could not Kecm to i;ct un thing to do me any good until 1 took Vinol which built me up, and my rough and nervousness are all gone, and 1 can truly say Vinol is all that is claimed forit."-jAMKS Martin. Vinol is a constitutional remedy for all weak, nervous and run-down condi tions of men, women and children, and for chronic coughs, colds and bronchitis. Tulsa Drug Co., Tul-a. Okla, What to Do for Eczema Greasy salves ami ointments should nnt be1 applied if good clear skin is wanted. f From any druggist for 88c or $1.00 fur cMia large (iize, pet a bottle nf zomn. .When applied us directed, it effectively letnores eczema, quickly stops Itching, nnd heals skiu troubles, ulso sores, burns, Wounds nml chafing. It penetrates, idealises ami soothes. Zenio is dependable nnd inexpensive. Try it, us we believe nothing you have ever used is as effective mid satisfying. Zcuio Cleveland. Your Coufih :ind Cold begin to get better :ts soon as you take Dr. King's New Discovery. It is prepared from Pine Tar, healing balsams and mild laxatives. Dr. King's New Discovery kills and expels the told germs, soothes tho irritated throat and allays inflam mation. It heals the mucous mem brane. Search as you will, you cannot find a better cough and cold remedy than Dr. King's New Discovery. Its use over 45 years is a guarantee of satisfaction. "From exposure I had a couch and cold combined that nearly put a finish to inc. While looking for s, tnethlng to 1 .we the irritation that bothered my throat and lungs, a friend advised "Dr. King's New DiKXMrerjr." I bought bottle, the first dose helped and before the hrst lot tle was used my cold was well." ','. 11. 0VM Smithttalc, Ark. At all druggists. Today And A Generation Hence Tim fliuht .,f limn milie un think of the future, 'ihe baby oi today reflects what greatness may ho acquired, when he grmvs up. And any Influence that hrln relief to the exji mother is the first an greatest of obligation--. There Is a splendid remedy known as "Mother's Friend'' that has been a safeguard, a helpful dally Influ ence, to. a best of women. Apt lint exter nally to the nntselei thi-v hmimi' nllanL they stretch without undue pnin, there is an nbsence of distress, the nerves arc soothed I f taking away the burdcu of leaving all to Just natural conditions. There is In "Mother's Friend" the (lire,! nml immediate help that all expectant mot!. ers require. Used I))' their ow n hand, guide i by their own minds, they learn at once tho Messed relief from morning sickness result ing from undue stretching. Tbey experieneo daily calm ami nightly rest. It Is indeed "Mother's Friend." (let a lottle today of any druggist. Then write Bradlleld Regulator Co., 410 I.aiaar Illdg., Atlanta, (ia., for ono of the most entertaining and Valuable little !ioks cwr presented. It is worth writing for. house of commons this afternoon ,nul Induced the three labor members of the ministry to withdraw their resig nations temporarllj . Will Mini, I v Hilt, The labor men asked for assur ances that the Iu I should nut be used as a step towards general conscrip tion or Industrial conscription, Mc Asqulth promised Hint the lull would be modi 1 led to safeguard it from any suspicion th.it it COUld be used fur such purposes. After an nppeal for labor's support he withdrew to per mit the representatives to discuss their policy. The nationalist voting against tin reading, now take it does not concern them, sine, plies only to the larger islands. Dillon, who was its strongest miit among tin- nationalists, to the party's decision, Today's debate was tame. Sil John Simon, the former home secre tary, urged the government to make another trial of the Derby enrollments before putting the act mi the books. Premier Asqulth characterised his' speech as academic thoughts on the evils of compulsion and the supe riority Of the voluntary system, but declared the country was engaged in I war in which vital principles were all slake and the bill Was a specific, limited measure fur the winning of the war. Against the War. loo. Bills Jones Griffith, Liberal mem ber fm Anglesey, made one "of the most telling speeches, lie said that while perhaps all the men against the bill weir not against the war, all the men against the war were against Ihe bill. He pointed out that i'i of those voting against the first reading formed part of a deputation to the premier in 1913 asking him to limit the navy. The weakening of the opposition to liiulte, I conscription in the house of commons does not necessarily indi eate a change of front by organised labor throughout the country. The labor congress of list week polled a larue majority auaint the govern ment's plans, though the critics claim thai it did not represent the mass of the membership, of th" union.-. The miners' federation was not repre sented in that congress, but will hold a convention next week, Alt the local miners' associations Which have in stiu, ted delegates thus far have in structed them against the bill. LONDON, Jan. U. Whether the second reading of the Initiative service lull would be carried hy gen eral assent or the handful or mem bers Still standing by the anti-compulsion cause would insist upon forc ing a division, was Ihe only point left unsettled when the Iioiihc of commons assembled this afternoon to conclude debate on the measure, with the object of obtaining some thin like general assent to the bill's progress, Premier Asqulth invited the labor members to confer with him soon after the Bitting opened and wave them assurances that the government was hiding no ulterior motives behind the bill. Kill flriffith. a member from Angeil sejT, attacked hll ft lloW liberals who are opposing the military service bill. "I care nothing for traditions of my patty when tho interests of the coun try are at stake," he ald. "i'o the opponents of the bill realise that the official figures of wastage at the front show that the llfo of a battalion out there is only seven months: that men arc bclne; WOUnded, sent home and sent back again to tho front repeatedly, Instead Of every one being sent once before Others are sent twice?" Mr. (iriffitti spoke of Irish boycotts and trades union strikes to compel men to join their organizations as forms of compulsion. Blow at Irish, "When, however, we want to com pel meneto join the army it is trea son.'' be declared, amid loud cheers. T e 1 1NU1Q1 Kl REG. U.S. PAT.T MOFF. 11 A PURE WHITE MINERAL OIL II IS II Your Doctor Prescribes It E J I B ft I T"M 1 1', highest medical authorities everywhere now endorse ;ur I W m x mineral oil as a remedy for constipation, did not tf 3 Nujol conforms to the requirements nt t i mineral oil treatment gg I I I prescribed by its discoverer, Sir William Arbuthnoi Lane, It yives I I V4 , in. in. nt, not temporary, reiiei 1 instipation, with none ,, trie . 9 I harmful after-effects of laxative drugs, I I r 3 Nujol is odorless and tasteless, absolutely neutral, and i nol digested I I Bj I or absorbed into the system, It acts merely as a mechanical lubricant. 1 I Nujol is not .1 drug, Its use will not give quick, 1 mporary relief I 9 Kj 1 But Nujol is a genuine remedy in that it relieves constipation in the I d nl one I., the feiiri H I most natural w.iv by lubricating the lining of the intestines, softening I 9 E S i 1 . I p. me iiuckiiiidi viiiiuiiis, .1110 uiu.i pioioinui urui il) i normal now 1 I I? activity I h K STANDARD OIL COMPANY Who'll would I (New Jersey) I 9 . . IS.iyiuuie New Jei ie I ft. sXSSM. W' 9kV 1 9 Write for "The Rational rreatment I I I , r' ''' . il of Coustination." an 111lorm.it ivn I H I I '. s5tj9 treatise ' ui 1 It vmi I 9 I ' -K3 not L'ct Nuiol Inun your ilriii'i-tst, wrt I 9 fey -il iWilgggl VVI" v'"'' v"" a I1"" bottle prepaid to I 9 f5 6 iNUiO Jlil any point in the United States on receipt II 5 " o ' . of 75c money order or suuiu 1 p.. i t a MiNtRAi 1 im m SI' B I 1 1 I I I -I 1 II :f I I I ill I I III! ! Hi II 1,1 I ii n He irr i .i kv ... I .Misjsij- I rgHJggte 1 I ITCHING ECZEMA IS A CONSTANT BLOOD CRY de, Ian in fend 1 rges 1111iiu 1 . tins luii ii introdit lint ten ate ., t 1 iii avoid coninulalon come forward is to and ui him in I Premti 1 Asi Blr John Sinn premier refen of labor thai Industrial 1 ipulslon 1 1 1 - that the government duce an ainondineni safeguard 1 his point, the provisions nf the 1 , allied and in thai every stiga will be careful!) have something T hope that the lull will dissent. Certalnlj no m blow euiilil be struck foi nf our arms " Premier Asquith's ann thai the government v.as i meet labor objei lions with mi nt preventing employers lull as a weapon was greeted with caul, inasmuch as labor leaders. 1 amount of inlscon dcrstandlng In si this bill," conttn "Some people regn ward.- anil 1 rsnl CI form ami Instrument compulsion, I nssur nothing further from of the flan. eis o( the it be used for anj sui hnpe the members of th the mass uf cieilltlA cept that assurance. "The government oertalnlj Intention of furnishing, ev directly, either employers 1 ployes vvnh new ammunition 1 x, ended mil in I he del, 1: 11 lll elll - be Ihe country lint in pursuit of Interneecne Industrial struggles, The government i.s now engaged In devlslnn means whereby any such thing will bo ren dered Impossible." EVERYBODY'S COLD ALL OYER COUNTRY Severe Stomi I ien ves Texas I leaded for Lakes and Atlantic 'oast. OKLAHOMA FREEZING War upon Pain! The Blood Reaches Every Purt of the Body Every Twelve Seconds. There ars approximately to.ooo.ooo res In tli Kln of a human !""ly Tlu si' loiiu'et Willi tho hluol eliaiiniUM ttores in the kln of a humnn 1 s ,iieifcln4i'...ugi)4MiaWMlUR 14 u m M m m a m Six Degrees Below Zero at Bartlesville; NTo st i-eel Cars in Capital. 1 1 1 'Al ii Jan. 1 2, The gn V oat t of tin- central w est w is in the throes of a big storm tonight, which, huvinK Its origin iii the south west nearly 2i hours before, had traveled rapidly northward and 1 ist- ward until the area from the ftocklos to the lakes aid from Canada tu Kansas and Arkansas was feeling tic effects. Palling temperatures In the wake of rain, sleet and snow w ceneral. in the ana from vVllllston, .n. D., where the thermometer registered 3SI degrees below zero, to North Platte, Where it was II lielow, tli.i nals i' re sometimes tuieii with poisons and lbs skin Hcnles and bllstsrs, Si''tH red ii nd law and becomes llk so much tlBaiie fire. Balves do not reach tho source of the trouble, To mnlm the blood purs In tiie only scientific method of relief, B B, B. is the Kieatest lilond ii'irlMor beeauHc It Is a natural one. There Is no mineral Of any sort In It It Is pure ly vegetable l"J So great is the fame f fl B. 8, that m oiv substitutes trail along In various pet ions of the country. They all. soon n or later, die a natural dath. 8. B, B, builds up weak ami aeldy blood. Klvei prompt relief to altno.it every ease of tca-ina, winter tetter and other akin maladies You owe yourself the duly of trying a buttle of B, 8. Take no Substitute. Wilte for our free book on skin diseases Confidential letters replied to by our Medical expert Writs u. Department 91. Al- 'in. Neb, ware only three points where the thermometer registered above zero. Omaha reported 18 below 8nd Sioux City and St. Paul 120 and II be low, respectively. Throughout this section there was the usual Interruption of Steam and" electric road traffic, st. Paul reported low temperatures over the central northwest With heavy winds in tic Dakotaa and a temperature of E3 below zero at Hannah, N. i. At liuluth the temperature Was falling, With a blizzard prevailing. According to local weather fore- casters. the storm was central toiiiKht and was moving eastward at.d north ward Wire service ea t and South began to feci the effect of the storm early in the evening. Service to tin west was crippled throughout the day. , WASHINGTON, Jan. 13 -One of the most severe cold waves of recent years, following in the wake of a -lurtii which swept north and east ward from Texas curly today, was spreading tonight toward the lake re lions and Atlantic coast While rec ord low temperatures were being re ported during the day from the uiM. the mercury going down to ii degrees below zero In northWMt Canada. It was abnormally warm In the south, the Ohio valley und lower lake re gions. Rains and snows will bo general OVer most of tho Country tomorrow, but the weather bureau predicts fair Heather Friday virtually everywhere except In New England, Where snow is expected. Storm warnings were ordered dis- played tonight from fastport, Me., to Jacksonville. Pla., and on the gulf coast from Rockwell, Pla., to Browns ville Texas The storm tonight was our Georgian buy and was moving northeast, s ft ft ft ft 5 really f''liP! I'ain is a visitor lo every home and ususlly ii comes quite unexpectedly. Bui you arc prepared for every emergency if you keep a unull bottle of Sloan S Liniment bandy. It Is the greatest ui'n ki'Ur evei discovered. Simply laid on the ekin no rubbing required It drives the pain swsy instantly, It is ondcrful, Sloan's Liniment i KILLS aTm I llllliiPV s . RHEUAlATIJMft Sprain 1 5 SoREMuscids; Bp, tal in 'I he World. BAUTI.ESVILLE, I ikla., Jan, I -' SIS below gero, the coldest weather of the season, la the prediction of the local government bureau. It was down to zero al 8 o'clock tonight. Business was a standstill In the oil fields today and no street cars or in i ,.,',,, a . , n ran hnVA liei.ii oi,,.,'!, t, ,1 since last night. Three score of men were al work today shoveling i.,iv and sleet from the track. There was a four-Inch rainfall. Although the , si ge gas fields. Ihe greatest in the world, are at the city's door there iS a shortage of gas here. ftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftH Benefit to Crop-. Bpti i;: in The W'm-IiI. OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan. 12. Btreel car traffic was at n standstill todaj as a result of th,: blizzard Which struck in all lt force about o'clock this morning. A strong, old wind from the north began about i O'clock last night and increased in velocity and coldness, accompanied by Enow, The gTOUttd was first covered by ii good rainfall, which froze be fore the snow came. The snow, while not deep, will be a great help tc growing wheat The hard freeze, It is thought, Is severe enough to kill the bugs thai were seeking shelter in the grass. Considerable alarm was being fWt at the open winter, as green lings had been found In dif fi rent sections of the wheat licit and It was feared they would get a slart for the coming spring that would en danger tho wheat and other growing crops. I light IboTc nt McAlester, Spee. to The World. lie ALERTER, Jan. II -The gov ernment thermometer dropped to eight degrees above zero this even ing, the lowest mark this winter. Many families of 'prison widows"! THEY REFUSE TO EAT At K'rio(is in most childrens' lives they fail to relish their meals and refuse to eat even the delicacies prepared to tempt their appetites. They lack am bition, and growth swm, impeded, which causes anxiety and worry. To compel them to eat is a grave ' mistake, because nutrition is impaired. ' Healthful exercise in ftesli airandsun-, shine is important, but equally import-. ant is a spoonful of Scott's Emulsion three times a day to feed the tissues and furnish food -energy to improve their blood, aid nutrition and sharpen theil appetites. The highly concentrated medicinal food in Scott's Bmalsion supplies the very elements children need to build up their strength, rbey relish ocott t tt Is free front alcohol. bcutt Si liowiic. UljDL-.fuM N J. 15-44 Rgsinol aro suffering from the i Xtreme cold, but most of the poor families have recently been supplied with coal and clothing by local charity organisa tions, Storm Warning. NEW ORLEANS, Jan. It, A northwest storm warning for the Texas and Louisiana coasts was is sued by the local weather bureau to day. Moderate gales were predicted for tonight, reaching the coast Thursday morning. makes clear skins and good hair The regular use of Reslnol Soap for tht toilet, bath and shampoo, can usually be relied on to keep the complexion dear, the hands white and sutt, and the hair healthy, glossy and tiee from d.indraff. 11 the ikin af vrllp ii tlretdr In bad condition, ihort trsSttaSttl M.ih Krtlnol Oltiunaut may first ba ntcettary t j retttn i to normal health. Ratinol Soap a. li II - , 'd Sy ai! druggiau. fur aaniple fret, errtti Is L)eit IS-1'. Retinol, Baltimore, Mi. Men with tender faces find thit Ret Iff , . wit v't prr t ' :: tttjm.