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I, CHANGE BILL OH 1 MHIII, ! Compulsory Four ' Months Drilling of Youths May J; ' . Not Be Pressed 1 WASHINGTON. April 8. Facing! certain defeat, senate supporters of j compulsory universal military training' today retreated from pressing ihcl adoption of their plan of four months training of all youths as a part of thet army reorganization bill. With this ' 1 change of recent advocates of training i rJ shifted their tactics in an effort to ob- ' tain acceptance of a bystem of volun- -Jjp 'nry training, I It is expected that a vote will be tak- en on the voluntary training substitute tomorrow. There will be no direct vote - on compulsory plan, ir tne voluntary I plan is adopted, ft , Supporters of the compulsory train- ing feature expressed the opinion to . daV that its defeat meant tne viriual jp "wreck" of the entire measure. Sen- ntor Wadsworth, Republican of New W York, in charge of the bill, said pro W . vision for reducing die regular army to -210.000 meji v.-jthln the next five years would hot be practicable witli compul ; t' sory training re'ected. ' -Senator Frclinghuysen, Republican. ' "V. New Jersey, a supporter of the compul V sorv plan, offered the amendment for ' i4iy'ing volunteers. He did so "'reluct- S nlFAt" le said, "but with other advo-i tWV V- of coml)ulso,T training thought p3 yThalho volunteer scheme was the best LJ ' that might be had at present, y Debate today on the bill was con-1 v fined entirely to the training schemes! ( y jJ Senator Thomas, Democrat. Colorado. . ' said defeat of compulsory training was largely due to "political cowardice" of . members desirous of refraining from supporting it on the eve of election. Senator McKellar. Democrat of Ten nessee, declared, however that "over- , whelming sentiment" of the- senate i against the compulsory plan "com- j pelled its practical withdrawal."' 3 nn . pi ' j Vole Pnrckse Kills M . I Treaty Palmer Says p'ffl I .MACON. Ga.. ApriJ Attorney. j General Palmer speaking hero tonight I-. 4jr& , in behalf of his candidacy for lw i'M , presidential nomination, declared that, jTjj "three-quarters of a million dollars, fa killed the peace treaty and the, league, H3l of nation covenant." ! 1 JR't "With the majority vote purchased I ; f-j i Michigan," -he said, "Senator Lodge j ' ,'JbI w organised the foreign relations com-j ,jjRij mitlec and refused to report the J'BB) treaty. If the Democrats had car-' ; gtti t ried Michigan if the Republican ' ", ijflRl party had -spent only, a couple of nun-j , Jfilir dred thousand dollars the Democrats! v jfJ would have organized the senate and! 'Wt. . the foreign relations committee would! have reported the treaty and It would ' 13$ ' have been passed. It took months of I tajfif ; struggle to get these Democrats to de- ;-T$ : oo IT.'jS Anyone can make good bis- fjj' - cuits if they use Holley's Self- $l Rising Flour. Sold by all lead- j ifi , . ing grocers. Pggffl : OO I 8 . U. JS. UGVF.XUISS FATjIj shout I faB , , WASHINGTON. April S. Railroad j ttiSlI operating revenues for February, the kfflm ,ast ni0"ll: of federal control, fell JraS . $S,G5-1.000 below operating expenses $$ffi '- " and thereby increased tlc govern -ment's doficit in operation, the inter- 'twl state commerce commission reported i fix! tonight. The commission's report Pri y covered the earnings and expenses of BPril' moi'o than eighty per cent of the lines. I' Take Salts at first sign of Blad der irritation or . ' 5--3 The American men and women must I ' x -4fguard constantly against Kidney irou ! ble, because we eat too much and ail ' ..our food 13 rich. Our blood is filled j with uric acid which the kidneys strive to filter out, they weaken from overwork, become sluggish; the elimi native tissues clog and the result is. kidney trouble, bladder weakness and a general decline in health. When your kidneys feci like lumps of lead; your back hurts or the urine is cloudy, full of sediment or you an obliged to seek relief two or three times during the night; if you surfer with sick headache or dizzy, nervous ' spells, acid stomach, or you have rheu matism when the weather is bad, get I from your pharmacist about four 1 ounces of Jad Salts, take a tablespoon '. ful in a glass of water before break- j' fast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts . is made from the acid of grapes nnd ; lemon juice, combined with lithia, and i has been used for generations to flush and stimulate clogged kidneys; to neu- - tralizc the acids in the urine so it no longer is a source of irritation, thus i suding bladder disorders. . Jad Salts is inexpensive; cannot In- . , jure, makes a delightful effervescent : lithia-water beverage, and belongs in ; every home, because nobody can make a mistake by having a good kidney flushing any time. Advertisement. Hr Bilioiisness i jji Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, Bloat- li; ing, Gas, Constipation all these dis- jP . trccsjng con6equenccs of inchgcblion arc IB' avoided if the bowels arc keep open Js-' f oad regular. FOLEY CATHARTIC TABLET5 act promptly, without paiq or nausea. t . hcy clear the bowels, sweeten the , tomach and tone up the liver, I R' hcrH- F- D. I, Norfork. Vp.-. mmi , I'olcy Cajhartic 1 ablcte have done tne more I ooo tnaa any medicine 1 ever used. ' L M Sold Everywhere, PBIKE OF WALES IS ; GUEST TO 1E11S ! I BHD CISffi SAN" DIEGO, Cal., April S The, I British cruiser Renown steamed away! from its berlli off Coronado shortly! i alter 6 o'clock tonight, carrying Ed-, 'ward, prince of Wales, towards Hono-j lulu on the, next leg of his trip from! England to Australia via the Panama! .canal. Prince Edward was. according to his reiterated statements, highly pleased with the reception accorded him dur ing his stay of two days in this port. The prince devoted much of the day, to rest and recreation, playing a round' of golf prior to a reception aboard the Renown. During this event. Prince Edward greeted many, if not all, of the guests' personally, and aided his officers in seeing thaht all those presen: had an opportunity to view the vessel and learn something of its workings and equipment. The reception, which last ed an hour, was tho closing ovenl of the prince's stay! Shortly thereafter, with formal farewells from Gov. Steph ens. Mayor Wilde and representatives! of the reception committee, the last) visitors were escorted overside and the' ship lifted anchor for Its run to Hon olulu, whir-h was expected to require about eight days. oo (American Charge and Consuls Leaye Mexico SAX ANTONIO, Texas. April 0. George T. Sum merlin, charge d'af faires of the American embassy at .Mexico City, arrived' hero on his way to Washington. .Mr. Summerlin was accompanied by Randolph Robertson, United States consul at N'envo Laredo and WUi lam Blocker. United States consul at Pieclras Nogras. The offi cials dined with " Major . General Joseph T. Diciiman. southern depart ment commander. Mr. Summerlin said the mooring with General Dick man v,;s purely personal. E. A. OLSEN AND SON 2219 Wash. Ave. Phone 248 ;Ve have added to our China, Glass land Stoneware departments a line of ifurniturc, new and second hand. Also! Istoves and ranges. j We will give a beautiful calendar to , leach new purchaccr. Advertisement.! I . i'v i jFILNVlE IS WITHOUT j I WATER OR LIGHTS TRUEST. April s. (By the Associ ated Press ) A general strike was de clared in Fiumc this morning. The city is without water or lights. The work men demand restoration of tho food situation to a normal basis, a rever sion to the prices prevailing prior to the loel troubles, and the a'djusfineht of the value of money in exchange so as to restore the former purchasing power of wages. It Is complained that prices are now quoted in liro whereas waes are paid In Jugo-Slav. crowns worth only one-twelfth tho , value of the lire. j The national council has promised i to secure an Improvement In condi tions. The continuation of tho blpek ade of Fiumc Is paralyzing the activ. i ities of the port. i l Modern Woodmen Of America Everybody out Friday, April 9. Big I doings. 1 273 G. W. KELI.EV, Consul. I -oo j Raymond Hitchcock Coming to Orpheum Any show with Raymond Hitchcock as the central figure is sure of popu lar attention. He is like no one else In his manner of tomfoolery and has a personality that never suggests.' thp; mechanics of fun making. Besides, he I always surrounds himself with aces in' 1 the professional world of entortain ; ment, and displays a chorus which adds ;:est to tho. performances as well as beauty. The third edition of this now famous Hitchy Koo will' spread: its frolics of Ughlhearted gaiety, mur sic and dance. Those who know the trend of. the crowds towards theater attractions will get scats in advahce. Box office opens Saturday. oo R. R. OB13RKS' DKMAJTD j CHICAGO. April S. Unless de mands for a standard wago scale avo met by the Chicago & Northwestern railroad, 2C0 clerics will resign rather than striko, they said today. The em ployers were granted five days In which to reply. C. S. TBUSTEES FILEH SUIT Defendants Charged With Conspiracy to Nullify De cision Handed Down rJOSTOX. April 0. A bill was filed in the Massachusetts supreme court today by Herbert W. Estac. and other trustees of the Christian Science Pub lishing society, seeking a temporary Injunction to restrain Luther P. Cud worth of Brook-line, and other mem bers of the First Church of Christ. Scientist, from "taking further nc fion intendod." to 'interfere with them In the discharge of their duties or to compel them to resign their offices as trustees. The bill alleges that the defendant' have entered Into a plan and conspir acy for the purpose of nullifying the effect of the decision of Judge Dodgo. master in tho suit of the trustees against the directors, in 'favor of plaintiffs. It is alleged that the .de fendants have conspired since the de cision of the master was filed. It is charged that tho defendants In pursuance of the alleged conspiracy have undertaken to procure the can cellation of subscriptions by Chris tian Scientists to the periodical of the society, have interfered with employes to hinder, delay' and prevent the pub lication of periodicals on their ap pointed dates and have sent out false and misleading statements regarding the administration of the trust by tho trustees. . oo I AMERICA'S RHINELAMD COMMISSION QUITS HAMBURG. April S Special dis patch from Frankfort to tho Ham burger Fremdenblalt reports the res ignation of tho United States repre sentative from tho inter-allied Rhine laud commission: This action, tho dls-' patch says, followed an Interchange of communications with Washington. A dispatch from Coblenz on April, G said It was learned at the office of j Plcrropont B. NToys. the Amoi'lcan Rliineland commissioner, and repre sentative of the stale department in the American occupied area, had sev I oral days previously- formally disas j sociated himself from any action the , high commission might take Involving I it in any way In a French advance into unoccupied territory. The dis patch added that Mr. Xoys had noti- fled Washington of his action. oo IDAHO'S AMERICAN LEGION IN SESSION TWIN FALLS. Idaho. April S. Adoptiqn of a new constitution fea tured tho second day of the second annual convention of the Idaho de partment of the American "Legion. Practically tho entire day was occu pied with consideration of this sub ject. Dr. E. H. Llndlcy. president of the University of Idaho, delivered an address on the American standard at thd opening of the afternoon session. The convention will conclude tomor row with the election of offlcei-s. oo PLOW HITS SHELL; TWELVE PERSONS DEAD CAIBRAT. France. April S. (Havas) Two explosions in which 12 persons were killed and two ' Injured have occurred In the district of VU lers Gulslaln. IS kilometers from Cam oral. The oxploslons were caused by agricultural tractors coining In contact with uncxploded shells In fields which were being plowed. GIBSON" EX ROUTK IIO.MI3 WARSAW, April 7. Hugh S. Gib son, the American minister, left War saw for Washington Tuesday. He will travel by way of Berlin. Paris and London. After a conference In Wash ington with Secretary of State Colby, I Mr. Gibson will go to his home In Los Angeles to recuperate from the effects of an attack of influenza from which ' he suffered some tlinr- ago l There is trouble In Denmark and reports say the king's Job is none too secure. Many of the Danish people aro clamoring for a republic. But what's in a throne, when the bubbling wine still" flows? The picture? Sure It's the king! HORSE CARRIED BY AIRPLANE TO SHOW SANTA BARBARA. Calif., April 8. "Meroury." a horse entered in the horse r.how here, arrived today by air i plane from- LoSyAngoles. The trip was I delayed a day QnLil officers of the humane sonlety had been convinced no cruelty was Involved In the trip which was made in an especially equipped airplane. Claim Woman Had . Become Demented on - Account of Suiti i . i DEADWOOD, S. D., April S. Tes-1 timony intended to show that Jli-s. j Hilda Neamy. for whose murder Mr. and Mrs. George Searle are on trial here, had brooded over a lawsuit and was mentally unbalanced was intro duced today by the defense. I Taking of testimony is expected to' be completed tomorrow fyul attorneys ' said the case might go to the jury Monday. Mrs. Searle. daughter of the dead woman, underwent a cross-examination today at the hands of prosecution. She said her mother was worried about a lawsuit and several days be fore her body was found in the fur Jiace of tho home. In Lead, she had told her that Christmas would bo a sad one for the family. , ' oo 1 CHARGES KXTRAVAXGAXCK ! ST. LOUIS. April S. Governor Frank O. Lowden. of Illinois, eandi- ( date for the Republican presidential 1 nomination, in an address here to night, reiterated his charges of gov ernmental extravagance. He -asserted rigid economy was necessary "If the' country is to avoid the rocks of bank-l ruptcy." 1 r ' WOMEX IX POLITICS I ROCK ISLAND. Ills., April S. ' i Major Leonard. Wood, Republican i presidential candidate, made a plea j for the entrance of women into poli-' j tics in nn address today. "I believe 'they are going to be a tremendous. in fluence for good." he sj.!d. The After - Effects ... of Pneumonia . : : This is No. 2 of a scries of advertisements, prepared by a com petent ihysician. explaining how certain diseases which attack the air passages-such as Pneumonia, Influenza, Whooping Cough. Mcasjcs or even a long continued. Cold often leave these organs in an inflamed, congested state, thus affording a favorable foothold for invading germs. And how Vick's Vapo- . Rub mcy be of value in this condition. . Pneumonia attacks the air cells ot the 3tmgs. An inflammation is set up and matter is thrown off which causes the air cells to solidify, thus preventing the natural flow of blood thru the lung's. This "backing up" of the blood causes the heart to pump harder,, just as stepping on a hose increases the water pres sure, which is the reason why, during this" disease, the physician watches the overburdened heart so carefully. iVfter recovery the kings arc filled with a mass of wreckage the debris of the battle which must be gotten rid of by a process known a s resolution . Frequen tly , inflamed spots remain, congestion persists, cough hangs on, and the least exposure brings on a cold that is hard to get rid of. If nsglected, such damaged air pas sages may easily develop serious disease of the lungs. 1 Such cases should always con tinue under a physician's care and frequent examinations should be made to sec that nature is properly continuing the rebuild ing process. Nightly applications of Vick's VapoRub will aid nature in this work . Because Vicks acts locally by stimulation thru the skin tc draw out" the inflammation, at tract the blood away from the congested spots and relieve the cough. In addition, the medici nal ingredients of Vicks are vaporized by the body heat. These vapors are breathed in all . niglit long, thus bringing the medication to bear directly upon the inflamed areas. Vicks should be rubbed in over the throat and chest until the skin is red then spread on thickly and covered with hot flannel cloths. Leave the cloth ing looSc around the neck and the 'bed clothes arranged in the form of a funnel so the vapors arising may be freely inhaled. If the cough is annoying, swallow a small bit of Vicks the size of a pea . Samples to new users will be sent free on request to the Vick Chemical Company, 232 Broad Street, Greensboro, N. C. 31.20 "YapoRub Against Colds More Than 17 Million .lars Used Yearly Instant Beauiy lor Everyone Says that Famous Actress ' y H Viola Dana Who H lelis WMaf To Do I Just Make this Simple Test MISS VIOLA DANA York "T n.m often asked how I keep my complexion so fresh looking-." says Ml8 Viola Dana, the Scrt'cn C"la.ssic Star In a recent Inter view. "It's a simple procos. for anyone, to have a smooth, velvety, rosy-white complexion and un wrlnkled rkln 1 they will devote just a lttl lime In caring Cor It. Clean liness Is absolutely necessary In de veloping a clear healthy Kkln. For this purpose us a cood cTeanslnc cream: fallow this by bathlnc: the faco with warm water then rinse with cold water, dry Ihorouphly and apply Derwlllo. a niniple toilet pre paration which can be obtained at . any up-to-date drup or department Ktore." This marvelous preparation Instantly beautifies thfl complexion and Us continued use makes the re auUs permanent. Vou can form no Idea what a wonderful effect it has upon the skin until you try it. Here is the btst way to U-st it. Put It on one sidf; of your face then look in your mirror and note the surprising chanjre. You will need no further ar gument to convince you that there Is nothing like ll for beautifying pur poses. The In-stant results it civus is the, reason for its popularity with aetressf-s and those who realize the value of a ro.y-white, smooth, clear complexion. It takes but little ot your time compared to the snltndM results it fflves. and the fact that It la I used and endorsed by leading1 beauty i IH specialists speaks volumes for its et- 1 IH flcacy. Derwlllo is especially recom- 1 IH mnded for dark, sallow skin, tan, IH shiny nose, black heads, coarse pores. I ll freckles and numerous other facial IH blemishes. Many use it in preference, H to face powders or all othor beautl- H tiers ari it is more llfr-ilkc in appear- IH ance. Perspiration docs not affet-, IH it. therefore It stays on better, does H not rub off on clothinp and its usn H cannot b- detected. It Is guaranteed H absolutely harmless on the most deli- H cate skin and will not stimulate or H producie a crrowth of hair. Over Ave jH hundred thousand girls and women IH I are using it and they arc just as en- IH thusiastic over it as Miss Dana. It H j is rapid becoming: a regular fad H and if you wish to have a complexion H which will attract favorablo com- H ment everywhere, just cive Derwlllo IH a trial ard you arc sure to- be de- IH litrhtcd with it. Do not accept sub- IH stituto.x then you will not be dlsap- IH pointed, as there is nothing "just aa H good." "better." or "just like it." H NOTK. Her l a I Kir. lionet propoiltlon r the rtrucRlftj o.ad d'pirtmrnl ftorra ot this c'tr. H (in a tKJtlle or Dffwillo from xnr toilet counter. H clre It i trill for a !. dir and If you don't H like It hrloe ll hick icd t jour Rwaj-. Could I H isythlac b? ftiro.- II It told In ttil cUy tr all up. ' H io-dit uror slats and dfririintfc: ktorct. lacladloc H A. R. MclNTYRE DRUG CO. Jt J EVER GMPE OR SICKEN ' fff&'l " fecl granal That 1 h'PK Headache, Biliousness an d Cons to Pastes and Lb quids For BIacknWhitan, Ox Blood and Dark Brown loes 1 P-V-H. 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