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! 2 THE OGDt.N STANDARD-EXAMINER SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 4, 1920. I
TO AVOID JAIL
Sentences by Judge Landis
Not Legal. They Tell
WASHINGTON, Deo. I -An attack
on the eligibility of pedefel Judge
Itenesaw Mountain Landis. who pio
Blded at their trial, will form the h--is
of th' appeal to the supreme court
of Victor L. Bcnger and tour olhcr
Socialist party leaders, now under
convlctlbn of bavin,.' . ioi.it pa ihe es
pionage art. The brlcs wore filed
Friday in preparation to? arguments
which, on tbo governroeiK'-i motion,
'... been advanced the cal.-ndnr
for next Monday.
Those convicted with nerger wore
dolph tJermer. national secretary of
the purtv. William V. Kruse, ed tor
of the Young Socialists' magastm
Louis Knjfdahl and Irwin St. John
. , et 3 : ' 1
imprisonment were imposed oh.
Th certificate from th.- cour " !
appeals set forth the contention o.'
the appellants that Judge Land! was
in error In presiding after an affi
davit of prejudice had bean filed
against him. aha' i hangc of venue
had (cn refused. Judge Landis was
accused In the affidavit of holding
B d personal Mas and prejudice against
I it v. is asserted, by remarks attributed
I to JudR.' landis prloi to the trial I
I describing bis personal dislike ol all
Crrman;. Bergcr. Kruse and Germcr
are of German or Austrian tri
I the appeal stated.
I The government's brief denies too
I nocuracy of the remark attributed .
I tho Judge which were made to a pris- ;
I oner after conviction on charge In-
. ol Ing dlslos tit:
that If the
I fci so thai the Joint peace rcsolutlo I
I i.f May. IMO, officially closed the
I war should bo upheld, the convictions
must be confirmed since that reso-
l.itio nmade no proton-... .it repealing
I the espionage acl under which I
H were obtained.
WESTERN SCHOOL IDEAS
SOUGHT AT CONFERENCES
j I WASHINGTON. Dec. 4. Date for
j be remainder of the tweh- r
J l onfcren' f on .-die. .Me,, . .T.inrv-1 ty
J the bureau of education, the first of j
1 ,,i:h was held it Chicago Novem-i
' ber 29, wore announced todaj bj tho I
j bureau. In addition to a conference
srhcdulcd to open '' Port md, ore.,
i today, others for tl Is month In..'.
t ;be atatos of California. Arizona and
J Nevada; Denver. Colo., December 8-!'
! for Colorado, Wyoming and New M
! fco; Kansas Citj Mo.. December i"
for Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Okla
homa and Texas.
I The purposes of the conferences, as
announced by Commissioner of Bdu- ,
-Cation Claxton. is "to dlncuss ihe most!
important and pressing needs of ' lo
cation from the standpoint of the clti-j
zens who own, support and use the
reboots rath'-r Hi m from that of pro-'
I LAWYERS IGNORE QUINTET
WHO ATTACKED WOMEN
SAK FRANCISCO, Dec. 4.- Edward
Krucosky and Edmond .Murphy, pug-j
lists, and three other young men.,
W"hen brought into court Friday toi
answer Indictments charging criminal j
assault on two young women, at- j
nounced they hed been unable to ob-'
tain counsel, a number of attorneys
in the city having "turned them down"
They were shackled together and I
guarded by a special drt.,n of deputy
"Sheriffs, while being led to and from;
Their ease was put over until Mon-i
day. The court announced If the!
prisoners are unable to set counsel by:
- that time, h will appoint an attor-
new to defend them.
I LIGHTSHIP TORN ADRIFT
BY STORM, MAKES PORT
boston. Deo. 4. Nantuokei sh lis I
light vessel, one of the most Import
ant aids to navigation on the Atlantic!
roast, was reported missing from her
The lightship later arrived at NW
1 Dedford. Her commander reported i
i.is ship bad hem torn adrift by n '
r "mile gale that swept over the shoals
Thursday n)?ht. He had been trying
to make port pincc.
I TWENTY NORTH DAKOTA
BANKS ARE NOW CLOSED
BISMARCK. X. D., Dec 4. Nbticel
that the Security State bank at Mo
balle would not open for buslni s h
day was received b I . a. Lofihus,
sta'e bank examiner Thl .,,..!.
I twenty hanks dosed !n the state all
because of depleted reserves.
I CUT Tills (HT-IT is WORTH
'iit oul this slip, enclose with Zr.
and mall it to r'ole A '.. :;:. Shef
field Ave., Chicago, 111., writing your
name and address clearly Von will
receive in return a trial package con
ing Foley's Honey and i Ool i
pound for coughs, colds i
i'oley Kidney Pills for pains In sides
nnd back; rheumatism, headache,
kidnej- and bladder ailments nd
(Toley Cathartic Tablets, a wholesoraj
I and thoroughly cleansing cathart foi
i Constipation, biliousness,' headaches,
and sluggish bowels, sold everywhere.
IBIl HI I W
Sews for Baby
Ir SL ' '' '
P , my u
. 4 . .... ,
IN. E. Et Man fjpedaL)
DENVER, Col. -Although i has
no arnis, Mrs. J. C. Teagarden, Is able
to her lln liahv the same can;
Hint Qther raothers ghe and every bit
of clothing the i'H' wears 14 made by
i'hy-lctntis and nurses at the hos
pital wheat th stork brought llttio
'"ii-iM.i m.i. u-f-ri amased at the f.i
11 drltj) which Mrs. Tsagnnlrin. bom
with no arms, 1 ' ! for hr h.i, using
teeth, feet and shoulderr The tiny
1 loth. s v.eir nuide v.lth greater skill,
say other mothers, than many normal
womf.i pox.sess. Mrs 'leofraidfo upr-
Mt rt tti. sowing machine ith her feet
and guided lh.-. cloth through the ma
chine w 1th her teeth.
She has alWWyi used her feet far
tho purposes most people employe
hands. She keeps ber own house,
1 6S and truiks the bods, ;md she is
iitdo to cpmb her own hair with a
comb held in br toes.
Before the birth of Delphia May
her mother as greatly worried lent
the child have th- salpe affliction, but
DalphlS May is as normal a ihlld an
on could wish. ;;0 one of tbo other
m-mb. rs of Mrs. Tengarden's family
i" deformed In any wsiy.
.Mrs- Teagarden is the wlfo of a
street-car matt here. she formerly
was with D DirCUS Klein BhOW and will
return to It. since her husband Is at
present out of work.
SECRET RUM HOLDERS ON
TOURING CAR REVEALED
f'.AI.TIMOKE. Md., o 1 An Jn
genlous contrivance for concealing
and curryinc liquor in an automobile
was revealed after 0 collision between
a to.jr.ni; , .,,,,) ,,, .,llt ,,P frjp
near I'.'kton. Md . ., fe , lV : UKO
according to prohibition it gents bore.
Two metal tanks. rarh w;ih . ca
pacity of nine gallons. ,ver built un
der the roup and front so;? of ihe car,
while a false bottom bull I under the
floor of tho tonneau was equipped
so as to hold one-gal' n fjat , ar,8 of
liquor, the officers sa!d
WILL INFORM WILSON
THAi CONGRESS IS OPEN
WASHINGTON, JDec. 4 President
W ilison has informed congreswlonul
U dors thai he will receive on Mon
day the committee to be appointed bv
the s..na'. snd houso t0 notify him for
mally that onngress is In session and
ready to receive communications from
him. lie has not, however, made
known whether ho will d.-Mvor his an
nual message in person as was his
. uetom before he was taken ill more
than a year ago.
AGED PREACHERS' HOME
LQUlSVJTLLjS, Ky.. jiee. 4 The
Presbyterian church in the Cpltcd
8tatPB has Over-subscrjbed by I10C 006
its nuota of $700 000 set hv ('. E Gra
ham, of Greenville, B. c. a,s a con
dltjon upon which he would turn over
to the endowment fund for caro of
oi l preachers Of :ro church a modern
fourteen story building i, Jaes,..
BAKER IS CRUSHED IN
DOUGH MIXING MACHINE
GLOBE, Arts Dea i- wiuh- dles.-
Ins: the paddles of a dough mixing
1 machine In a local hakerv early Frl
: day. Joe Bletsent, 1 baker. Whs "d rav 11
into the revolving paddles and in-
I f tantly killed. A patron wttne. . d
I the accident and immediately turned
on the switch controlling the machine
but not before Ulessf n' l"e had he n
There bj evidence to show that
I William the Conqueror was unable
I to write.
' mhh THE CHAMPION
pr ; 1 FACTORY
1 ""SMfc Under
J3i Nw Management
I vlp Goodyear System
I SBSOl crvicc anrt Satisfaction our
1 JflHsm mSmSKR Special attention to all la-
j dies' work.
All v. ork done by experts. A
J a tr'a vi convince you.
I HBHK fHBKal matt leonetti,
I J 362 Twenty-fifth Street
? v i
Harding Faces Counsel
j From Many Sources
Continued i 'roifl Page m 1
future accordingly, ami so that the ni
nes will know how much they un
to receive nd can order tnc fiscal
futures accordingly. Tho leaders say
I tha' the Slse Of the sum Which Ger
many Is to be mud, lo Is not so
I Important as the fact thai li should be
a fired sum and not an Indefinite sum.
M'ntil tills Indeterminate factor Is
turned Inta h fixed and kflOWn quanti
ty tiiM, leaders ny. therS can I).- no
Stability In foreljrn exchnnfte, no st-
Iblllty in foreign markets, nnd no rim
iiiiiiv in domestic business,
io-n ii comas to the question of
jbow much power America now hns
'toward ilxlnc this sum Senator Hard
ing and his advisers are face to face
With the question of leaKu of ns
tion.s. So Ioiik as we are out of the league
I we can ha' no Opwsc and but little
liuluonco (,n this point The tieCSSSlt)
of (lotiiR soinet oliiK deilnllc nboiit iih
JleuKUe of nations will be put forward
'a th llrsi .-top toward liability 111
The pOSSagS ot the Knox resolution,
declarlnK n stuto of peace wltn Ofr-
Imany will hot help us toward its-
bllixing the debt 01 (lerhiany to tho
'allies, but win curry us further from
It. froDably the buih ot the sdvics
thai Herding receives win be In n vot
of the immediate pHHajte ol the Knox
resolution, but there will be ndvico
against this course Wnich Will he as
euergctlc as it is thougntful.
I I SiM.Ui.M l, I vi In 1 No;
in the discussions boiveoit Heu'alOr
Slafding and his sovlsera about what
s . aii conveniently refer tu aa - rho
iiengus of Nfstions, ' but v. nut is in met
illie iaiKr qitaSUOll Of foreign relations
ian a w hole, foresn fundamental con
ditions will quickly come out and can
Ihe taken tor granted from the start.
1 The tlrst 1 this: There is not coins
'to be an) dispute between the new
president end the new senate sboui
'treaties (.! about otner BSpsCtS ol for-
eign Uffalrs. The im t that there wan
continuously u dispute was th" most
conspicuous feature o the loajruc of
nations debate tr the whole period.
I exact!) two years today, siACS Presi
dent wiiaon went to tans. The new
'president and the new senate will be
. ttt t ne s.-ime partj
Further than this, It is In the ground
.work of HardinsTs policy to rsoognise
ithat the donate has eo-orfltnate power
lv.it n him "i foreign relations.
venal ir l-iardlog will not only rec
,oiiilv.e tnis latt but recognizes it grcn
IcrOUSly. He is likely to act not only
M I' toe senate had equal power, but
jus If It had predominant power, and
lurther than merely lixlng up lo con
stitutional requirements, it is 010 of
the most marked traits of Harding's
tl rnperament to strike for harmony.
He Is not likely to devise a lorplgn
policy and submit it to the senate to
lind out what the Senate will 10, ahoji
It. He is much more likely to confer
In advance with the numbers of the.
senate foreign affairs committee, and
with other senators interested, m.i
agree1 lh advance upon a policy which
Is sure to be SdOptqd by the Semite.
The tension between the White House
and tho capltOl th" acrimonious de
,it. the vetoing by thi president of
what the senate had done, passing of
measures by the senate over the presi
dent's veto all of that which has pro
vided that the most spectacular aspects
of our politics for two years past will
I be Wholly absont in the future.
Under these oltcumstanesjsj whatevt r
wc arc to do about the esgue of na
tions and other foreign matters will
bo determined more by tho wishes of
the majority of the sennt. th.it bj the
ideas held b Hnrdinc personally.
What the majority of the new sen-ali-
will do will only bo known defin
itely later on. IJut. it can safely be
SSBUmed that the element known tin
th "Irreconellablen" will not be as
aggressive or truculent is Is frequently
I A good many IrreconClableS, who re
garded It as the best policy to be un
COmpromlSlnC until the president's
form ol the h-axue of nut ion. u re
) acted by tho people, are not now un-
compromising at all. They an- entire
ly willing to take an affirmative and
constructive attitude tow.u'.l a n'-w or
sufficiently altered association of na-
Qi nalor Borah, for example has al
I ready announced himself in favor of
Ian International association looking to
disarmament mid the proposed Irfer
national court of Justice.
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SHOP MECHANICS LAID
OFF BY ARKANSAS ROAD
PINE BLUFF, Ark., Dec. 4. Notice
of the laying off of more than ZitCt
car makers, painters, mill men and
hoilerma-er. December 8. were post
ed on the bulletin hoards nt the St
here Friday, Union officials express
here Friday. I'nlon offlleals express
ed the opinion the lay-off was a m-
COX MADE LIFE MEMBER
0 DEMOCRATIC CLUB
NEW YORK, Dec . Governorl
fox, of tdiio. today accepted a lifoj
membership iii the National Demo-
I feol highly complimented to ba'
lll'lde -t llf" member of tho club,'1
said Governor Cox In his letter of ac-!
eeptance,. "It has hod a useful ca-1
son MOISTS in
BL'BNOd aihes ijh... 1 The So
cialists, WhO trluui)hed In the bl-nn-Itual
elections for memhers of tho
mvnlcipal council In 1 9 1 s, ios1 ground
In the elections on Neve.ni j, final
returns show. The radicals received a
I plurality of 400H votes compared widi
H-c plurality of 500 w hich the Seei .5
llStS lolled In 101 V Thirty meritbers
lOOntpoSi the council. Toe Sochi I let
still ?etuin the bsJanoe -f powei . m h
a ioq of eleven seats an 1 the siippor:
: of representatives of miir pnriu-s.
as Inst a total of ten radicals
ftKGIitSH 8CIKXT18T dii
I LONDON, Dec 4 ir William
j wlveleslle Abney. adviser to the scl
I once department of the board of edu-
ailon Since IS06, and member of
jlne adylisQSy council for education to
Ihe war office from the same year,
died at Folkestone yesterday.
Sir William was an authority on
photography and color, haying writ
ten several works on the subjects.
He s created knight commander of
I the Bath In 1900. and was 77 '.ens
i M !F. GOVERNOR'GEN I ,H I
THU HAGUE!, Dec. 4. - Huron A. J.
Van Heeinstrn has her-i app.dn'cd
governor-general of Diltph Guinea in
succession to G. J. Slant. He will
take up the post In April
1 OI K HI III 1.1 IA 11.
IjL'EBEC, Dee. 4. Four men 1 re
I hurled alive Friday In the Federal as-
hestos mine at Robertson, Quebec, by
1 1 CaVS-in, wlille working in a well
I liO feet deep. Klght men were trap
I 1 ed when the earth lld. but four treri
TO MAKE LAWS ADEOUATE FOR PROTECTION OF 1
i NAMELESS BABIES AIM OF CHILDREN'S BUREAU
Just cz sweet and deserving of happiness as if they were not "namelesc babies."
BY GEORGE WATERS.
WASHINGTON. Lawr. for the pro
teotion of Illegitimate babies in the;
I'nltPd States are beinc drafted. At
the request of the Chlldren'i bureau
i committee to do this has been ap
pointed by ihe national conference of
commissioners on uniform stat. law
of the American Bar nsfoolatlon
K1n.1t Freund. prbfesflor of Jurisprud
ence nn.l public law. University of t'hl
Icago, is chairman.
The committee Is guided by eight
I principles evolved ai tv.o cbnferencoB
ion the subject of Illegitimacy, 'held in
(Chicago and Now York.
Registration of All Births.
These principles include prul?lon'
that, while all births should be regis
tered, in the cas of an Illegitimate i
j birth the name of the father should
be recorded on the birth certificate
louly after an adjudication of paternltv
or on the written consent of the falher.
RejOoTdfl of births out of wedlock
should be confidential, and open to In-
JANITOR MADE WEALTHY
BUT WILL RETAIN JOB
ma hi 'K.v. Baasa Dec. t WiiimnE.
Hanson, a janitor, was telling ft I lev
emloyes at a drus store Friday what
he would do with the million dollars
that Charles Garland of Bustards Bay
had refused when a postman gave him
a letter that told him he was heir to
about a quarter of 11 million. Ho will
accept the money, he said, unlike
Garland, but he Will Stay at his work
of washing windows and sweeping!
floors, so that he will have something!
Between times he Intends to smoke
good cigars and have an automobile j
to take him out In the country for
wcok-ends. The estate, according to
Hanson, was that of James Moore, an
uncle, who died several years ago,
leaving the property In trust for Lhc I
us of his wife with Instructions that:
at her death it should be divided 1
amoni: seven relatives, one of whom
Mrs. Moore died recently and Ihe
estate, which had been swollen to
nearly 2,00(kOQO by war time Invest
ments, IS about to be divided.
SHAKEUP IN GOVERNMENT
W ASHINGTON. Dec 4 Announce
ment was made by Senator Join s. Re
publican, Washington, that he would
support the movement for re-01 ganiza.-
tion of government departments and
agencies Wltb a view to affecting
ocouomlcs and efficiency. He pro
posed a congressional of t'Vo members
each from the senut and house to
report In Decembor, 18.23, regarding
consolidation:!, suspensions or other
re-DBganlSatlon of federal bureaus.
t Cover with wet baking sod -
ltx-S afterward TP'y gent'y
W V ARORUB
Over 7 Million Jati U)cJ Yeatli
0sl!k More than
60 yrs. ago
an English chenv
vs&jti ist began to manu
facture BEECHAM'S PILLS.
Todsy they have the largest
oale of any medicine in
the world1 .
Why? fa S
5oid eTsrwbrrs In buiei, 10, 25c
Clear ihe Skin
r3o p,Om trodi rTaJc Tun JTki f tj y w rvm Fr4mp4ci
iggg Crtica-a IsgMTl -Us.IjsykX jJilda,aA.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
r--. THE 1.IAUONO niUNP ' X
v'TTtWN RfM' A,k. .our Urtsi't i"t
AJSML ?.;'hiUu Ol.moniltrn.dVnVV
&skX&i lu Krd u4 C.ld n.filliAV
ttt Tate ? vther Uvr r iL V
I - Jt OlAMOND IIKANIt I'lLI V I i 0t
A 19 tcln fcnotrn MBwl, SttUt.A , - Ktllabla
r K . ' druggists EVERnwaf
rpectloo pnly. upon order of court. It'
was decided that proceedings to estab
list) pttternlty should be Initiated by
the mother, or If slu- is unWlllihg ;:nd
M Is deemed advisable In the Interest
ot ihe rhllil. .hoy should be instituted
by the public agency haying the re
. ponalbiltty for child welfare.
The principles evolved make thel
father responsible lor the . ipport of,
an Illegitimate child, and give to such'
a chjld the same rights of inheritance j
as belong to a child born in wedlock,,
after an adjudication of paternity or a!
written acknowledgment bj the father.'
It was resolved that the suhsequen
marriage of parents Shotld lee inmate'
the child born out of wedlock, or thei
offspring r,f a void or voidable mar-!
rlage Sentiment waa In favor of the"
i ; eat ion or state departments for child
Do Not Receive Proper Care.
"The death rate of Illegitimate chil-j
dren is three limes the average rate."
Bays Julia I.athrop, head of the Chll-
12-HOUR DAY IN STEEL
NKYV yORK. Iec. A. Declaring no'
economic necessity exists for the
twelve-hour day In steel plants and ad-1
VOCatlng substitution therefore the.
three ahift system. Horace B- Drury,
recently of the industrial relations dl-;
Vls.lon of the United States shipping i
board, last nK'ht reVlewed his three
months of Investigations of the Indus-1
try before a forum of onglnoers and
public officials. The formum was con-i
ducted by the American Society of Me-!
chsnlcal Engineers and other techni
Air. Prury said he had visited twenty
American steel plants already on an
sight hour basis and found changing
to the three shift system could not
add more than three jicr ceiu to the
total cost of the finished product, even
without any Increase In efficiency.
There js now a surplus labor supply
to make easy and feasible the transi
tion to a shorter working day, he add
ed. The long stretches of toll have
been abandoned in European plants,
but lf.0,000 men still work twelve
hours si day In tho American steel in
dustry, he said, while In some depart
ments the seven-day week still exists.)
Following a romance of five years,
i Pan Cupid, lover of harmony, has Jus'
I "signed ' up a match which seems
bound to be a hurmonlous iiffalr. -Miss
Anna Kltzlu and Andreas de Segurolu,
I grand opera stars, are to be married
In Havana this coming spring. SeRur
ola Is manager of an amusement enter
prise in Havana where Miss ETitSlu will
sing early In 1921. Miss KiUlu will not
leave the operatic stage.
African tribes, while having no
gods, believe in a queer person
known as Nyakwa.
firen's bureau " The cause Is that chil
dren born out ol wedlock do not re-
ei,. proper care. The f,,ther often
iseki to escape responsibility and the'
mother tries to avoid the odium plnce-j
on illegitimacy by public sentlmentJ
Result, the child Is left in Improper'
.mi-s rjafhrop says the bureau has1
been studying the question of illegiti
macy, in co-operation with cities and
other organisations, for f.iur years, to I
determine the fate of children of tin-1
man led rnoihery. This RStOUnfttng
death ra'e was revealed, to say noth
ing of the hardships endured by all1
such mothers and babies.
In this country last year 32,000 ba- i
bios were born on I of wedlock. Ac
cording to the average death rate!
among babies, only o200 of them
should have died, but according lo the
illegitimate deaih rate, 0600 perished.!
This was a sacrifice of 6400 babies
all on account of inadequate laws for'
ELEVATOR MAN REFUSES
COMPLIMENTS OF GENERAL
BOSTON. Pec. 4. Theodore Roose
velt .lennlngs Is ah elevator man at
City hall, After ho had can led Gener
al Georges Neville and his party up to
the office of Mayor Peters today, ho
almost lost control of his car when the!
defender of Verdun, said to him:
"Ah, Mon brave enfant!
"I did not think to meet you here.
I would hardly recognise you without
your fez and your baggy- war-time
trousers. You fought valiantly for
But Jennings hastened his denial.
"These trousers are pretty baggy,"
he stammered, "but I have been faith
ful to this hert. elevator throttle clear
through the war, general, much ius
wanted to get away trom it. But. they
also served Who Stan's an' waits, I
Then General N'cvillo, who had mis
taken Jennlng.s for a Moroccan colonel
who fr.ught under him at Verdun and
on th.- .Visile line, recognized the con
fmlon in faces and laughed more I
heartily than any one else in the
CROWN PRINCE WARNED
BY HOLLAND'S PREMIER
THE I TAG I E, Dec. 4. Premier
Been nbrouck, replying to charges In
parliament Friday, that former Crown
Prince Frederick wniiam of (Hrmany
was abusing the hospitality of Hoi-1
land by communicating with monar
chical elements In Germany, pointed
out that the Ptitch government would!
have preferred that the royal fugi-j
tlVSS had not entered Holland Since,
they were here, however, he Said, Hoi-'
land would hav.. to grant them hospi
tality or ut least shelter.
The premier expressed the opinion!
that the fugitives would not abuse the
hospitality of Holland 01 cabas iron.1
ble to the Putch government if they
so abuse it. the premier declared, "thbj
government will know its duly "
iCORN STACKED UP ON
Mct ouiv. Neb., Pec. 4. Thousands
r bushels of corn BTfl ..-tn pi!. ,1
along the country roads In this (Red
Willow) county, because of the m.i
bllity of farmers to dispose of theil
crop, in many instances tattle are I,...
ing turned Into the fields
STARTING TOMORROW I
Vhe Uoney I
LAST TIMES TODAY
Mary Roberts Rinehart's
"It's A Great Life" U
PATHE NEWS i
Ogden Theatre . i
"Big Super-Special Produc- -
"HOW MY POOR I
BACK DOES ACHE!" I
Many a woman keeps Slonn'3 I
handy for this, but it's great
for other pains, too. I
THAT dragging, wearying backache, I
1 hat so many women regu- gfl
larly suffer from, Is quickly eased by KB
a little Sloan's Liniment. ll
But it Is good for all the family. Ap- 9
ply it. without rubbing, for nil kinds of jfl
ai lies and pains, (roni thp sharp neu- Bj
ralglc twinge to the dull, tearing acb H
Then there's sciatica, lumbago, sore Bj
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