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PALMER KNOCKS OUT TOCKET VETO* Sends Informal Decision to Whitehonse. WASHINGTON, June 10.—The so celled pocket veto la Invalid and the president has ten days from the date of receipt In which to sign legislation, according to an Informal opinion sent to the whltehocse today by Attorney • General Palmer. The attorney general, it was an nounced, will issue a formal opinion later. _ Among measures which may be affected -by this decision are the water power Itlll, the Xnderwood news print resolu-, _ tlon and measures repealing nil wartime legislation except trading-with-enemy and alien property laws. , As the water power bill wes received on June 1, the president, under the opin ion, haa until midnight June 11, to. sign It. Spanish Aviators Bomb Moroccans MADRID, June 10.—Three Spanish air planes have bombarded strongholds of rebellious Moroccan tribesmen at Adou ares and Sagara, dropping more than one hundred bombs and causing great dam age, according to advices received here. 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WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF Vacuum Cup Tires and Ton Tested Tubes in stock at all times. Day and Night Service AUTO EQUIPMENT CO. ~ Distributors 72 W. New York St. Main 6373 Indianapolis, Ind. FOR PROMPT RfiUfif* TA*a 2 TABLETS WITH A GLASS c OF WATER THREE TIMES DAILY AFTER MEALS. ACCA GENUINE ASPIRANT TRASS mmk nmmEKO WICKED AIRTIGHT sothatt? I *AUMUS KX EFFECTIVE Dredge Concerns Told to Warn Bathers A warning was issued tbday to the gravel companies who are engaged In dredging Big Eagle creek, White river and Fall creek that they must obey the law requiring signs warning bathers of the depth of the water where gravel has been removed. This warning was Issued by the board of safety and Chief of Police Jerry Kinney caused the order to be read at roll call. Patrolmen later visited the officers of gravel companies and called their at tention to the law. Coroner Robinson has notified th* county commissioners of tbo dangerous deep hole in Eagle creek near the Van uajia railroad bridge, where three per sons have been drowned during the last three weeks. The coroner declared the county com missioners should erect signs near tha bridge warning swimmers of the deep water, la which these are dangerous under currents. Kiwanis Delegates Off to Portland, Ore. Cecil Crabb. secretary of the Indian apolis Kiwanis club, accompanied by Col. J. D. McCulloch of Marlon, district governor of Kiwanis clubs is on bis way to Portland, Ore., to attend the In ACHING AND Jji ' Jd KARO 1 *■■*“““ If: .. FAIN AND /;^v TiNoe-was^J^^l,, ,'wOOT CONN.*. ' ‘‘ A fflxmbj §7 ODOROUS FIA.T CORN-'SWEATING SOFT SOWS feuNlON END YOUR FOOT MISERY Cal-o-cide positively lives quick relief and lasting results. It penetrates the pores and removes the cause. (Plasters In each package for Stubborn Corns) All drug stores. 35c. Medco Cos. Dayton. Ohio BRWWHfekM twnriillilrlnMn IiTMHIMIBiBBr WETO 68&P8 Secret Writing System i&v.luable tor lovers and lor Beeping recipes, addressee. secret memorandum or other information safe and private. Mo stranger caa read your poet ait if you use tho Weto Omph. Great fun for lovers or friend*. Dol t it. Send 10c and we eriA send the by mail with PUSN X’IK. jMing CO M Pm. ternational convention of the organisa tion . Visiting Kdwaalan delegates to tha ad vertiser s' convention ware guests yester day of the Indianapolis club, at their regular weekly luncheon. Thomas J. Lyons of the Baltimore Sun edd reseed the meeting on “Personal Ad vertising.” Freight Lift Doors Must Be Left Closed Patrolmen today notified custodians of the downtown office buildings that they must keep doors of freight lifts in the sidewalks closed. The order* came from the board of safety and were read to the poiloemen at morning rollcaU, calling attention to the law and declaring that since the warm weather started the custodians of some buildings had permitted doors of these lifts to remain open at times when the elevator* were not In use. Sugar Bowls, Adieu! NEW YORK, June 10.—Sugar bowl# will be removed from tables as in war time and patrons rationed, according to a promise which Armtn W. Riley, special assistant to Attorney-General Mitchell Palmer, said he had obtained at a con ference with New York restaurant pro prietors. He was to take up the sugar shortage today with hotel managers. Says Hit Prescription Has Powerful Influence Over Rheumatism Mr. James H. Allen suffered for years with rheumatism. Many times this ter rible disease left him helpless and un able to work. He finally decided, after years of ceaseless study, that no one can be free from rheumatism until the accumulated Impurities, commonly called uric sold de posits, were dissolved In the Joints and muscles and expelled from the body. With this idea In mind he consulted physicians, made experiments and finally compounded a prescription that quickly and completely banished every sign and symptom of rheumatism from, his sys tem. lie freely gave his discovery to others who to;>k it, with what might bo called niarvelo’us success. After years of urg ing he decided to let sufferers every where know about his discovery through the newspapers. Haag Drug Cos. has been appointed agent for Alienrhu in tbla vicinity with the understanding that te will freely return the purchase money on the first two bottles to all who state they received n•''benefit,—Advertisement INDIANA DAILY TIMES, THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1920. What 1920 Means to Bell Service V ' That we are unable to meet our 1920 obligations with the income derived from the present inade quate rates is not hard to understand. That the service inevitably will suffer unless we can secure relief has been said more than once. But this is by no means the only difficulty. At times during the past year we have had hun dreds of people waiting for service—partly new subscribers and partly those who have moved their offices or homes to localities where lines were not available. What does this mean? Merely that we must have more telephone plant at once. t Can it be secured? Yes, if the rates are made adequate to pay a fair return so that the neces sary new capital may be secured. Would you / invest your money in a business under any other conditions? * Telephone expansion must keep pace with grow ing population and increasing business activity. It is not service if it does not serve everyone. v • ® Indiana Bell Telephone Company Our Gas Range Sale Will positively I aiHHH atur^ a^ I I ?* \ / u I pff (J GAS RANGES Lltl L to secure one of these beautiful new ranges at prices so low that our delivery de partment has not been able to keep up with the deliveries the past three days. t The Three Leading Makes —Detroit Jewel, Reliable and Eclipse are all included in this special sale. Select one of the three and rest assured of complete satisfaction. WE GUARANTEE EVERY RANGE—and our maintenance department is equipped to give our customers prompt and satisfactory service. CITIZENS GAS CO. MAJESTIC BUILDING-49 S. PENNSYLVANIA THX DAILY TIMES CABBIES THE LA TEST, VP-TO-DATE SPORTING NEWS. By aiding the processes of ntitri-J tion the blood is enriched, the wastes and poisons are re moved and the whole vgpsfta system is ip. A j iPHs ‘ AallyPfic cafcjrh and*in- 1 HgKajtf /Mr fixrazu&tfan of nracoua 3 /W membranes lining the § bowels, note, 3 BBajafifSPiStin throat or other organs. Good § for cough*, cold*, effecta of IgSSflk grip or Spanish Flu and ra tvrbal conditions general!;-. Easy to take in either H BfejpoSj” why two generations of Wm The right medicine lor all catarrhal conditions. everywhere TO DARKEN HAIR APPLY SACE TEA Look Young! Bring Back Its Natural Color, Gloss and Attractiveness. Common garden sage brewed Into a heavy tea with sulphur added, will turn gray, streaked and faded hair beautiful ly dark and luxuriant. Just a few ap plication* will prove a revelation If your hair Is fading, streaked or gray. Mixing the Sage Tea and Sulphur recipe at home.'though, is troublesome. An easier way is to get a bottle of Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound at any drug store all ready for use. This Is the old time recipe Improved by the addition of other Ingredients. While wispy, gray, faded hair Is not sinful, we all desire to retain our youth ful appearance and as. By darkening your hair with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound, no one can tell, because It doea It so naturally, so evenly. Yon just dampen a sponge or soft brush with It and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morning all gray hairs have disappeared, and, after another application or two, your hair becomes beautifully dark, glossy, soft and luxuriant.—Advertise ment. j Ask forA;KI .i hs j J[ IIS I f Jfc/ X*3 NO MAN OR WOMAN IS PAST HELP, SAYS DRECO MAN Noted Experts Say There Is Hope, No Matter HoW Serious the Ailment Might Be. TELLS HOW MANY DISEASES START. Th# Dreco man, the noted expert who recently came to this section for the pur pose of assisting in th# elimination of th# many diseases prevalent In this sec tion, hag issued a formal statement with the request thst it be given wide pub licity through tb# columns of the news paper. Since arrivtng in the South, th# Dreco man’s time has been filled In holding public receptions, at which time he has always been glad to meet the men and women who desired his suggestions on the treatment and relief of many Ills and malignant diseases common to the average business and working man and woman. Whan seen recently ha said: “It is probable that nine-tenths of all disease could be prevented If proper care were taken of the stomach. Poor digestion and defective assimilation Is the primary cause of most kidney, liver, bladder, bowel and blood troubles here. It has also been proven that almost every disease can be effectively relieved by re moving the cause of th# trouble instead of just merely treating the symptoms. My greatest success In the alleviation of human aliments have prdbably been directly due to my work along these lines. “Whenever men and women work and strive —in shop, office, factory and among the weary wives and mothers who bear the burdens of domestic work. I have found that healthy life and the Joy of New Hair Growth After BALDNESS On JegsJ affidavit, John Hart Brittain. Business man, certified to thisU “My head at the top and back was absolutely bald. The scalp was shiny. An expert said that he thought the hair roots were f fEgfigt extinct *nd there wae no hope of my ever having anew hair growth. / — 1 “Yet now, a an ege over 66, I have a luxuriant growth of RgJB soft, strong, lustrous hair INo trace of baldness. The pictures shown / i *3V he-e are from my photographs.” Mr. Brittain certified further: INDIAN’S SECRET OF HAIR GROWTH Mr' ‘‘At a time when I had become discouraged^ tst trying various hair lotions, tonics, specialists’ M treatments, eto., I came aoross, in my travels, a SiM Cherokee Indian 'medicineman* who had an elixir Bwel that he asseverated would grow my hair. Although After hair growth I had but little faith, I gave it a trial. To my ' ' amazement a light fuzz boou appeared. It developed, day by day, Intg a healthy growth, and ere long my hair was as proliflo as in mg ysuthfol days. , . , J| That 1 nos astoniehed and hopp-j it expressing my state of mind txilUOfT Obviously, the hair roots had not been dead, but were dormant in tho e-alp, awaiting the fertilizing potency of the mysterious pomade. I negotiated for and -camo into pozsetsion of the principle for pre paring this mysterious elixir, now called Kotalke, and later had the Photo whtnbald, rei growth 7 was permanent bas been amply proved.** How YOU May Grow YOUR Hair 19 has been proved in very many cams that bsir roots did > not die even when the hair fell out through dandruff, fever. „ alopecia areata or oertaiu other heir Or scalp disorders. Mlse gexJS, la A. D. Otto reports: ‘ ‘About 8 years ago my hair began to fall m'm'iffll. out until my scalp In spots was lx \ §4 BrrvTAl 3f rt BV almost entirely bald. I used M LOTAUIU Dm that was recommend- §0 ed but was always disappointed &' ■ r I HENRY J. JICDER ,in * ll 8t ’ ast v T ANARUS, . rara9 . arrot ii Co ' f tslko. My bald spots are being • j. a. iiaac. covered now; the growth is al- S HOOK Dltl'U CO. ready about three'inchet.” G. wit' B UAAU DRUG CO. ’• “I had gs spots completely bald, over Bga ‘BXASnuißffit _ which hair is now growing since And by Buty Drucs.rtt and j used Kotalko.” Mrs. Matilda vBEmKSEge Dep’t Store* Everywhere Maxwell reports: “The whole VifflftWxwm? front of my head was as bald as the palm of my hand for shout 15 years. Since using . . Kotalko hair Is growing all over the placei that was bald.’’ Kotalko 1 1 tconderfm Many more splendid, oonvinolng report* from satisfied users. * for women’s hair, RS'giasriEKpMHEpßßßi contains GENUINE BEAM OIL and other potent St gt J If jT.'g gredients. No alcohol, no shampoo; but a hair elixir or 5u 9I i 9'l w " H wonderful efficacy. All ingredients are safe and harmless, con for a child’s r.calp and hair. Positively KOTALKO is dEEx3^2&.£- , ®arxm one (I'Mvht'll v reliable hair preparation that succeed# rpon cer.-'re rter I *. Buv a be-: rs KOTALKO nt the drug store. Or asW for Kotalko at tho toilet funr's cc cirvir counter of r.v Drue department. store. Remember the nr.me. Accept nothing else as ‘ just as good.’’ SAOO.OO GUAEANTE2. Or if you sendlo cents (filter or stamp*!, you wiM receive a PPOOF EOS of Kots’lco with BltOChf'B.E, postpaid, Determine NOW to eliminate DANDRUFF, to trest BALDXESB, to STOP HAIR FROM FALLING. Get a box of guaranteed KOTALKO, apply once or twice itily; watch la your mirror. For PROOF BOX (10 cents, son* otherwise) write te yiQHN HART BRITTAIN, Inc., BT-69, Station F, New York CHjg ’lf DEATH! Aches, poms, nervousness, diffi-’ culty in donating, often mea& serious disorders. The world’* standard remedy for kidney, liver; bladder and uric add troubles— GOLD MEDAL. bring quick relief and often ward oil deadly diseases. Known aa tha national remedy of Holland for more than 290 years. All druggists, in thro# sices. Leak for the —we Geld Medal on anry Us aad knit .boa One Dose Adler-i-kav Helps! "For five years I suffered from acute indigestion and constipation. The FIRST dose of Adler-i-ka helped and I feel better today than ever. Can eat anything." (Signed) H. J. Larbour. Adler-i-ka flushes BOTH upper and lower howel so completely it relieves ANY CASE gas on the stomach or sour stomach. Removes foul matter which poisoned stomach for month*. Often CURES constipation. Pre vents appendicitis. Adler-i-ka is a mixture of buckthorn, cascara, gly cerine and nine other simple ingredi ents. H. J. Huder, druggist. Wash, and Penn. Sts. —Advertisement. SMiceWeightflappily 9 Ue Haw OIL OF KSRCIN, follow ilree- I B tlooi at Korda system therewith! become H 1 sttrsettee. esfieient: UTS ■ 3 Sold by busy tfrugfists, lsolodloe: ■ 9 J. A. Haag, 114 N. Penn., Hook I ■ Drug Cos., Haag Drug Cos., H. J. I ■ Huder. Wash. & Penn.. A Mich. A fl g 111., Frank. H. Carter. 772 Muss., & 9 H Francis Pharmacy, 148 N. Penn. H | by coed 4p.-nfets everywhere who *JH 9 ■ !*aly you with genuine OIL Ok _XOACIiJ._ I living go hand in hand with the strength ening of the bodily function and the driving out of the disease by the removal of the cause. “There are many people Ln this section who, through sickness, disease and trouble have given up all hope of being cured. It Is to Just these classes of peo ple I wish to convey the thought that no man or woman is past help. No mat ter how serious the disease may seem so be, do matter how many things yon have tried, no matter how old you are, I feel certain that If yoa will only test the merits of my wonderful Medicine,” as It has been called. oflU which Is known professionally as Dreco, you will find that the very elements that go to make up this new scientific medi cine. are of such nature that they can not be taken Into the system without their etTects being Immediately felt. Dreco is by no means a cure-all. It is a careful combination of roots, herbs, barks, flowers and the extracts there from. all blended together with the de sign to relieve malignant ailments aris ing from defective stomachs and digestive canals, by striking directly at the cause of the trouble ln nature's own way. Mr. WlUlamson, the weU-known Dreco expert, has headquarters at Clark & Chde’s Claypool Hotel Drug Btore, to meet the local publlo and explain the merits of this great remedy. See him today.—Advertisement.