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!f S Dempsey Asks to W Meet Legion Council Hf INDIANAPOLIS, Ind-, Jan. 15. De ft clslon as to whether Jack Dempsey, f heavyweight boxing champion, will be I permitted to appear before the suit- preme council of the American Legion f and givo testimony as to his record I during the war, will not be made until the return to Indianapolis next week of Franklin d'Olior, national com- manniandcr. This announcement was V raado today from national headquar y ters here. Jack ICearns, manager of the pugi I list, announced last, night in Los An .' seles tjiat he had telegraphed the na I tlonal commander of the American Lc f glon in behalf of Dempsey, asking that an opportunity be given him to answer charges of various posts of soldier and sailor organizations that he was a Slacker" and draft dodged. oo For Constipation Indigestion, Sick Headache, Bilious- ncss, Bloating, Sour Stomach, Gas cn j the Stomach, Bad Breath or other con ditions caused by clogged or irregular bowels, take FOLEY CATMRTIC TABLETS , A wholesome . 1 thoroughly cleansing physic mild nt.J gentic in action. P. B. Hs-wd.Untdiltn. Ga.: "I find Foley Cjthartic Tobleta Hire me quieter relief from constipation than ariytblnfi I ever tried.' A. R. MclNTYRE DRUG CO. . - , nr I Terms of Peace are Handed to Hungary j PARIS. Jan. 15. The terms of peace t for Hungary, framed by the peace con- ' fcrence, were handed to the Hunga- rian delegation here today. The Hun- y garians were given 15 days in which 1 to present their observations, j The treaty was received by Count I Albert Apponyi, head of the delega-i j tion, In the presence of Premiers Clem- f enceau, Lloyd George and Nitti, Hugh C. Wallace, the American ambassador,' a Baron Matsui, the Japanese am- ) I bassador. - Premier Clemenceau made a brief 5 I ' address, in the course of which he ) :l specified the time allowed Hungary to - ' reply. He added that the council had J :'. decided to grant the request of Count ) M ' Apponyi that ho be permitted to ex ' I I ,,,ain verbally before the allied coun- ;I cil the present situation of the allied )' government. M. Clemenceau said this I J would be allowed, provided that no dls- i cussion should follow. The council ; will hear Count Apponyi tomorrow. t The entire ceremony of the presen tation lasted barely five minutes. II oo I Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days, t Druggists refund money if PAZO j OINTMENT fails to cure Itching, I Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles. J Stops Irritation; Soothes and Heals. f 0,1 cnu got restful sleep alter the! , i first application. Price GOc. ! i U', oo I? I Mexican Minister to Come Before Senate SAN ANTONIO, Tex., Jan. 15. Luis Cabrera, minister of finance In I' President Carranza's cabinet, will be , invited to appear before the United Stales senate sub-committee investi gating Mexican affairs as an ordinary j witness but the committee will not go to Mexico. Senator Fall, of New Mexico, chair-, man of tho sub-committee, today re ceived Cabrera's invitation to go to Mexico City "to find out what Mexico really is" and he announced he would , reply with tho counter invitation. It oo tl LARGEST UNIVERSITY IN U. S. ,1 I ' BERKELEY, Cal., Jan. 15. The Uni jjf versity of California with 96S5 stu ff demts is tho largest university in the ;f United States, it was announced here I Jf recently. Columbia University was1 r i given second place with S20-1 students, i I oo I jMV RAILWAY MEN AACEPT OFFER I Ml LONDON, Jan. 15. Delegates of1 'Vm ' railway men's unions have accepted :lWl the government's offer in settlement 'M?-' of wage demands made by employes $Wi In the lower grades of the service. Ijil oo ! After LaGrippe 1 Troubles of Stomach j a'nd Liver Los Angeles, Calif.: "I will gladly tell of the relief and euro Dr. Pierce's ; , --?teL Golden Medical 5 I Discovery gave me. : I was sick with 4jg troubles of stomach, j m 1 i fr fu Grippe with aU its ; , w- .L '. attending ailments. A kK When alf else faUcd i V A Dr. Pierce's A?&g& Golden Medical ' uMk 4h Discovery did tho f& Mfcik&mZ& Good work. I also ft WWP- took Dr' Pl'crcc's j v Pleasant Pellets for I I biliousness with grand success. I write j s with gratitude to tell others of tho relief 1 1 that is in store for them. Do not delay ! I but hasten to get the above remedies if u.r ' Buffering from anv indisposition.'? THj I Samuel Kaliskt, 97S Euclid Ave. m 1 Sick-Headache, mi : Indigestion, ill Biliousness Kl i Stockton, Calif.: "For constipation, i for sick headache, for an inactive liver, I for indigestion and biliousness, there is : nothing to equal Dr. Pierce's Pleasant ; ( 3'ellcts I liavc tried other thinga but H ; like the 'Pellets' best of any." Mns. F. j C.v.vfield, 329 S. Grant St. I' m ISIERCE'SI : ir Iellets i J 1 JeL for the hver I l V EASY TO DARKEN YOIRGRAY HAIR You can Bring Back Color anc Lustre with Sage Tea and Sulphur When you darken your hair with Sage Tea and Sulphur, no ono- can tell, because it's done so naturally, so even ly. Preparing this mixture, though, at jhome is mussy and troublesome. At little cost you can buy at any drug 'store the rcady-lo-use preparation, im proved by the addition of other ingred lients called "Wyeth's Sage and Sui jphur Compound." You 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 iiair disappears, and, after an other application or two, your hair I becomes beautifully darkened, glossy and luxuriant. Gray, faded hair, though no disgrace, grace, is a sign of oid age, and as wo all desire a youthful and attractive appearance, but busy at once with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound and look years younger. Advertisement. oo Coal Commission to Study Mass of Data WASHINGTON, Jan. 15, With the conclusion of arguments bearing on the situation in the central competitive field today, the president's commission for settling the bituminous coal strike 1 took under advisement a mass of sta tistical matter submitted by the min ; ers and the operators. The commission will meet again Monday for the cross examination of witnesses. Phfl H. Pcnna, secretary of the In diana Coal Operators' association, told the commission today that collective bargaining without responsibility on both sides was a farce. Contracts be ' tween miners and operators formerly had boon almost sacred, he said, but now they were not respected goner ally or locally. oo TRY MAGNESIA FOR All STOMACH lit Neutralizes Stomach Acid ity, Prevents Food Fer mentation, Sour, Gassy i Stomach and Acid Indigestion J Before giving'up hope and deciding you are a chronic dyspeptic just try j the effect of a little Bisuraled Magne sia not the' ordinary commercial car bonate, citrate, oxide or milk, but the pure bisuratcd magnesia which you ran obtain from practically any drug gist in cither powder or tablet form. Take a teaspoonful of the powder or two compressed tablets with a little water after your next meal, and see what a difference this makes. It will instantly neutralize tho dangerous, harmful acid in the stomach which now causes your food to ferment audi sour, making gas, wind, flatulence, heartburn and the bloated or heavy, lumpy feeling that seems to follow most everything you eat. You will find that provided you take a little Bisurated Magnesia imme diately after a meal, you can eat al most anything and enjoy it without any danger of pain or discomfort. Advertisement. oo ! I Waterpower Bill Ends alYear Contention! WASHINGTON, Jan. 15. Ending a j ten-years' fight, the senate today passed tho waterpower bill, which now goes to conference for the composing i of differences between the house and I senate. Final enactment of the nipn. sure within a few weeks is expected. The vote was 52 to 18 and was taken after tho senate had reconsidered its former action and restored 44 to 22 an amendment which would limit tho government license on development! projects to 25 cents per horsepower. PAPER SHORTAGE IN SPAIN MADRID, Jan. 15. The newspapers of Spain are all suffering from lack of paper and now are faced with a short ago oX ink, owing to tho factories in Catalonia having been closed for over two months. wu LET "DANDERINE" BEAUTIFY HAIR Girls ! Have a mass of long, thick, gleamy hair Let "Danderine" save your hair and double its beauty. You can have lots of long, thick, strong, lustrous hair. Don't let it stay lifeless, thin, scraggly or fading. Bring back its color, vigor and vitality. Get a 35-cent bottlo of delightful "Danderine" at nny drug or toilet counter to freshen your scalp; check dandruff and falling hair.' Your hair needs this stimulating tonic, then its life, color, brightness and abundance will return Hurry Advertisement. Legal Fight May Save , Men From Death Chair LINCOLN, Neb.. Jan. 15. Habeas corpus hearings brought to prevent the execution here tomorrow of Allen V. Grammer and Alson B. Cole, for the i murder of Grammer's mother in law, , Mrs. Lulu G. Vogt, of near Elba, Neb., I were started here today, i The action in Grammer's behalf was i being heard In county district court 1 while tho proceedings for Cole were - In progress in United States district court. The hour for the electrocution is to be set at late tomorrow as pos sible in order to give time for final disposition of the legal fight in tho accused men's behalf jDemocrats Fail to ! Elect Party Leader WASHINGTON. Jan. 15 Democrat ic senators in caucus today failed to elect a leader. A deadlock on tho tie vote developed between Senators Hitchcock, .of Nebraska, and Under wood of Alabama and the caucus ad journed subject to the call of the two candidates. Two ballots were Liken and the count on each was 19 to 19, with Sen ator Smith, of Georgia withholding his vote. The next caucus will bo held after Secretary Glass, appointed senator from Virginia, takes his seat. He is understood to favor Underwood. The caucus voted by majority of one to invite Mr. Glass to today's meeting to allow his vote to be cast, but Senator j Underwood decided not to press the i matter. i oo B STRENGTH OP BUILDER People useir 00 ; Jack Kearns Answers : Charges Against Champ LOS ANGELES, Jan. 11. Jack ! Kearns, manager for Jack Dempsey, , announced tonight that he had tele graphed the national commander of the American Legion in Indianapolis asking for nn opportunity for the heavyweight champion to appear be fore the supreme council of that body anil give testimony as to his record 'during the war. Kearns' action follows adoption by various posts of tho American Le gion of resolutions condemning Demp sey as a "slacker" and "draft dodger." I Denial of charges that Jack Demp jsey was a "draft evador" and "slack er" and defense of his conduct dur ing the war was made by Jack Kearns, Dempsey's manager, in a signed state ment issued hero today. . rf 4. . . f..,.,..,.,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, i (SEE OLD, FADED j GARMENTS TURN NEW j i i I "Diamond Dyes" Add Years of j Wear to Discarded I Garments i .,.....,,... Don't worry about perfect results. Use "Diamond Dyes," guaranteed to give a new, rich fadeless, color to any fabric, whether it be wool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed goods, dresses, blouses, stockings, skirts, children's coats,. feathers, draperies, coverings. The Direction Book with each pack ago tells so plainly how to diamond dye over any color that you can not make a mistake. To match any material, have drug gist show you "Diamond Dye" Color card. Advertisement. Nevada Repsihlicaos Meet Hays in Reno RENO, New, Jan. 16. Republican leaders representing every county in Nevada yesterday hoard national Chairman Will II. Hays urge more in terest In politics on the part of cverv man and woman in the state. Mr. Hays delivered two addresses In which he impressed on the party wunters uie possioiiity o Nevada giv ing three electoral votes to the Re publican presidential candidate next November and the possibility of gain ing a Republican senator. Conferences were hold today at which Mr. Hays advised re-organization of the party in this stato and the infusion of new blood. Following tho conference a meeting of all Republi cans interested was called for tomor row, at which it wns planned to or ganize a now steering committee to direct tho coming campaign. oo . Mexican Claim Agent to Attend Conference DOUGLAS, Ariz, Jan., 1C Joso Francisco Martinez, chief of the claim bureau of the foreign officj in Mexico City, arrived hero from tho coast en (route to Washington as a delegate to I tho Pan-American financial confer lence. Mr. Martinez in discussing the I claims filed against the Carranza gov ernment as a result of depredations by all bandit clans throughout the ropub-i lie, stated that the total amount of in demnity being sought has so far reach ed more than twenty-oight million dol lars. According to Mr. Martinez tho special commission appointed by Pres ident Carranza to consider the revolu tionary claims to begin its work about March 1 which commission will first consider the claims of Americnn and British subjects- Don t Despair Over Poor Complexion If Pimpled, Blotched or Covered in Spots With Rash Just Use Stuart's Calcium Wafers. Lay aside for a time your face creams, lotions, etc, and use Stuart's Calcium Wafers. Simply lake them after meals. No effort whatever. Then note the difference. Small wonder that these remarkable wafers are sold in every drug store throughout the U. S. and Canada. Don't despair if your face is covered with pimples, blothcs, liver spots or your skin is covered in spots with let ter, rash, etc. Just use Stuart's Cal cium Wafers for a short time and see how nicely you will clear up your skin. Staurt's Calcium Wafers are sold by all druggists everywhere. Price 50 cents a box. uu COUSIN OF PRESIDENT WILSON. SAN DIEGO, Cal., Jan. 15. Fran cis Marion Gray, 77 years of age, cou sin of President Wilson, died here to day. Resident of Chicago, Gray has spent much time here with a son. He was formerly a Michigan banker and railroad president, having retired from active business some time ago. oo MEATINJURHUJS Take a tablespoonful of Salts if Back hurts or Bladder bothers Wc are a nation of meat eaters and our blood is fHled with uric acid, says a well known authority, who warns us to be constantly on guard against kid ney 'trouble. The kidneys do their utmost to free the blood of this irritating acid, but become weak from tho overwork, they get sluggish; tho eliminatlve tissues clog and thus the waste is retained in the blood to poison the entire system. When your kidneys ache and feel like lumps of lead, and you have sting ing pains in the back or the urine is cloudy, full of sediment, or tho bladder is irritable, obliging you to seek relief during the night; when you have se vere headaches, nervous and dizzy spells, sleeplessness, acid stomach or rheumatism in bad weather, get from I your pharmacist about four ounces of Jad Salts; take a tablespoonful in a glass of water before breakfast each morning and in a few days your kid neys will act fine. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with lithia, and has been used for generations to flush and stimulate clogged kidneys, to neu tralize tho acids in urine so it is no longer a source of irritation, thus end ing urinary and bladder disorders. Jad Salts is inexpensive and cannot injure, makes a delightful efferves cent lithia-water drink, and nobody can make a mistake by taking a little occasionally to keep tho' kidneys clean and active. Advertisement. nn InformaS Meeting of Senators on Treaty WASHINGTON, Jan. 15. A confer ence today between informal Republi cans and Democrats prominent in the effort to reach a compromise on tho peace treaty, has been arranged. Sen ator Lodge, Republican leader, and Senators New, Indiana, Kellogg, Min nesota, and Lenroot, Wisconsin, were to meet with Senator Hitchcock of Nebraska, administration leader, Sena tor Owen of Oklahoma, and two or three other Democrats. No new program of compromise res ervations had been prepared for sub mission to tho Republicans, Senator Owen said. -oo ' At once I Relief with ! 'Tape's Cold Compound" I The first dose eases your cold! Don't stay stuffed-up! Quit blowing and snuffling! A dose of 'Tape's Cold Compound" taken every two hours un til three doses arc taken usually breaks up a severe cold and ends all grippe misery. Relief awaits you! Open your clog-god-up nostrils and tho air passages of your head; stop nos;o running; rolievo the headache, dullness, feverishuess, sneezing, soreness and stiffness. 'Tape's Cold Compound" is the quickest, surest rolief known and costs only a few cents at drug stores. It acta without assistance. Tastes nice. Contains no quinine. Insist on Pape's! Advertisement iPERSOMEL OF HHV " !T TO INCREASE (Number Asked for Present Fiscal Year to Suffice for 1921 Period WASHINGTON, Jan. 16. No in crease In the personnel of the navy over that authorized for the present fiscal year will bo asked by the navy department for 1921, Rear Admiral Koontz, chief of naval operation, told the house naval affairs committee. Tho department, however, will ask authority to order 27,000 naval reserv ists to active duty tor training during the coming fiscal year. The author ized strength for 1920, was 143,000, in cluding apprentices. The naval reservists will be used en tirely al sea on battleships of the sec ond line and the training will be con fined as much as possible to tho sum mer months, Admiral Koontz said. Although full complements of all the ships the navy desires to retain in active commission would require 107, 000 men at sea, he said tho ships would be manned with SI, 000 until the present shortage of men has been overcome oven though they would not be up to full fighting and cruising strength. Asked by members of the committee If the naval building policy of the United States was not predicted on the policy of other naval powers, par ticularly Great Britain and Japan, Ad nilral Koontz responded that it was. He also recommended a force of G3S ships, as compared with the present strength of 231 vessels. With the completion of the great dreadnoughts Tennessee and Califor nia, now launched and in the final stages of fitting out, the United States will have seventeen dreadnoughts which will form tho first battle line, Admiral Koontz said. He recommend ed the' sale or breaking up of all ex cept 13 of the pre-dreadnought battle ships and tho sale of a largo number of other naval vessels of little military value. nn Paris Fashions j In False Teetl?! Paris, Nov. 3rd Wc may safely predict for the coming: season that styles in artificial teeth will include their being worn snu-fitting and smoothly cushioned in place by means of the dental plate comfort-p.owdcr Corega. j This antiseptic adhesive powder i dives a pleasing sense of security to wearers of false teeth. It allows com plete mastication of foods with case and relaxes the facial muscles. 35c. at Druggists and Dental Depots. oo Cashier Arraigned for Falsifying Reports LINCOLN. Neb., Jan. 15 R. A. Low er, former cashier of the Valparaiso State bank at Valparaiso, Neb., accom panied by Assistant State's Attorney General Cecil F. Laverty, went to Wa hoo, Neb., today to bo arraigned In court there on a charge of falsification of reports to the state bureau of bank ing, it was announced at the office of the attorney general. Tho bank was closed laBt Tuesday night by order of the banking bureau. When asked yesterday regarding the case, Assistant Attorney General Lav erty said that the bank held "between $150,000 and $175,000 in slow, bad and doubtful paper." nn Eats Like a Wood Chopper "After many discouraging years of suffering from stomach trouble and bloating, in which I could, eat only sparingly of tho simplest Tood, I am now "feeling entirely well. Thanks to Mayr's Wonderful Remedy which has done wonders for me. I can now eat like a woodchoppor and enjoy It." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus ' from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practi cally all stomach, liver and Intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. A. R. Mclntyro Drug Co., and drug gists overy where. Advertisement. Precaution Urged In Purchasing Fertilizer BOISE, Idaho, Jan. 15. Precautions should be used in the purchase of com mercial fertilizers, owing to the fact that some of 'tho fertilizers used in 1919 contained a sufficient quantity of borax to be injurious to plant growth, says a statement by E. F. Hitchcock, soils specialist of the Uni versity of Idaho extension division, calling attention to a warning Issued by the office of information of the United Statos department of agricul i turc. This was particularly true of potash fertilizers but the condition has been found in nitrate of soda which has been imported. Through tho department and some experiment station, it has been found that about two pounds per aero of an hydrous borax marks the limit of safe ty. The department is making a further investigation of all ordinary fertilizers. nn Protests Made Against ! Arrests of Radicals. TACOMA, Wash., Jan. 1G. Protests to congress against "the wholesale campaign of indiscriminate arrests : latlons of the' espionage law," was ex- ; pressed in a resolution adopted by the 1 coast district convention here of dele- : gates representing 150,000 metal ; trades union workers of the Paciiic i coasL j I Mother' Watch V ' Child's Tmzut! "California Syrup of Figs" H For a Child's Liver and Bowels Mother I Say "California," then you will get genuine "California Syrup of Figs." Full directions for babies and children of all ages jH who are constipated, bilious, feverish, tongue . coated, or full of cold, arc plainly printed on the bottle. Children love this delicious laxative. New York Library Carries Liquor Books NEW YORK, Jan. 15. Books on the manufacture of alcoholic liquor will continue to be available In the defer ence department of the New York pub lic library, It was announced today by the librarian, Edwin H. Anderson. He was surprised by reports that li braries of Springfield, Mass., and New Haven, Conn., had decided to remove such books from their shelves. "We would no more think of forbid iding readers to consult such books in i our reference department," ho said, "than wo would books on dying. After tho prohibition amendment goes into effect there will be additional reasons for them as they will be histories. They never have been availablo for general circulation and with prohibi tion in force there will be still less in terest in them." oo ! KILLED IN AIRPLANE FLIGHT. ! CASPER, Wyo., Jan. 15 Miss Maud Toomey, 23, of Spearfish, S. D., was so seriously injured she died, and Lieu tenant Dert Cole, pilot, was seriously injured as tho result of a fall of 500 feet In an airplane following an ex hibition flight. The machine was at tempting to land at the Casper hangar. oo Banking Interests Selling Liberty Bonds NEW YORK, Jan. 15. Banking in terests have been selling. Liberty bondu heavily since January 1, it was learned today. Much of this liquida tion was said to have been by insti- tutions seeking cash for business loans and unwilling to borrow it be- jH cause of the high interest and discount rates fixed by the federal reserve bank. Stock traders caught on tho wrong side of the market also have been realizing on their Liberty hold- Ings to protect accounts, it was stated. The selling movement has been more general at interior points throughout the country than in New York, It was said. uu m Read the Classified Ads. 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Mr. Updike said the paper will be Independent of politics, but will sup port a Republican for president this Victor Rosewator, editor and pub- Usher of the Bee, will remain with, tho p. ' ' "" ----t-t--t--l--t '1 1 l--l---H',-,-t,.r,W.,M,..,...,.H'l''M--t----' j 'Tape's Diapepsin" instantly relieves Dyspepsia, : j or a Sour, Acid, Gassy Stomach quick I Surel Food souring, gas, acidity! Wondertion, dyspopsia or a disordered stom what upset your stomach? Well, don't nch. A few tablets of Pape's Dlapep n,, . ,nMnt sin neutralize acidity and give relief bother: The moment you eat a tablet . r,,,,, f H , at once no vralllngJ Buy a box of or two of Pape's Diapepsin all the pape's Diapepsin now! Don't stay mis- lumps of indigestion pain, the sour- erable! Try to regulate 3'our stomach ness, heartburn and belching of gases, so you can eat favorite foods without due to acidity, vanish truly wonder- causing distress. The cost is so lit- ful! tie. The benefits so great You, too, Millions of people know that It is will be a Diapepsin enthusiast after- iH needless to bo bothered with indiges- wards. Advertisement. jH paper temporarily in an advisory capa- jM city, he said in a statement. He ex- 'H pects to take a real rest, he said, and then will tako up some -work in which IH he is much interested. The Beo was founded by Edward ll Rosewater In 1871. Victor Rosewstter becamo editor in 1906. oo FAIN TO ASSIST PALMER, OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., Jan. l4. John A. Fain, United States district attorney for the western district of Oklahoma, has resigned to take up duties as special assistant to Attorney General Palmer, It became known here yesterday. oo Read the Classified Ad?. JUMP FROM BED A SINGIN' j I j Take "Cascarets" for Your Liver and Bowels and j Wake Up Clear, Cheery, Fit Don't Stay Sick! j H Tomorrow the sun will shine for slay bilious or constipated. Jfeel yon. 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