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H the ogden standard; qgden, utah,, Thursday, February 26, 1920 , m.'
I. , . j ilia1'' Entered as Sccond-Clots Matter at the II 1 K P&stofilce, Ogden, Utah. I! n ''jl ESTABLISHED B70 li' ' ti 5 " 1 li 1 r Membor of the Audit Bureau of Clrcu- ;? latlon and the Associated Press.. I'I1 (t.'-fc.! SUBSCRIPTION RATES j .,7' ' Cty 59.00 per year ; 1 h; MalU 55.40 per year j .L?'" An Independent Newspaper, publlched hi ' . ' every evening accept Sunday, without a j ji I 1j , -f muzzle or a club. jljM'l MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED I j 1 ' ' j!'' PRESS I " Th- Associated Press Is exclusively en. 1 1' ', , titled to the use for republication of any 1 J news credited to It not otherwise cred- ' ', lted n this paper and also the local new j) I p 1 published herein. ( I t -I FIGHT ON PROHIBITION, jjj., , ! One day'!? news contains the an-! J j , ,r , 1( uouncement that resolutions rescinding J L' ' . I P Maryland's ratification of the federal j h I prohibition amendment were intro- P i'i duced in both branches of the legls- ii ! 1 , lature.' i Km' "I ij j1 " Tljat the Nov Jersey house passed I Jjjij ' ''fj a compromise "wet" bill which makes jjl . the manufacture of liquor with throe j I j . ' ' and one-half per cent of r.lcohol by H , volume the legal limit in Ihe state. j ti j, '(u.Vj That the United States-brewers have decided to use every legal wedge pos- j J 1 i'f' sible to defeat the federal prohibition! I'll l' ' v amendment. j That the fight of the Kentucky dis- j '( j tillers has been carried to the su- A 1 m 1 1 ffi preme court, . .1 I Then there is the ne.ws of the threat I j,, I made by the local official in the re- j 'j ii ( ' '' bellion district of Michigan that, he 1 if'; ' would arrest federal agents who seek to enforce the federal prohibition laws, jijl ,!j j 1 1 ' , Many persons ore beginning to ob- ij ji serve the propaganda against prohi- ,3 Ji ) , bltion that is being disseminated from jjl 1 ' p' the stage and there are some things , ,! jjf w!' which lead' to the suspicion that the 81 j. Vk' movies are also being used to under- j 1 I mine sentiment against prohibition. M '1; It begins to .look as though th.e i I j't' "dry" forces would have to fight hard I' i iv to mamtain Prohibition as they did to bring it about. Ij Ij jjj ! IT'S A GREAT LIFE. I ,l! . H is getting so that most of us are p j. jj ( 1 dodging the mail'carrier. i t j 'j, 0Q onc day he brings us a long en- I Ml! H, yelope from the government contain- j fi ij 'S ing a form upon which we must make ! (. , jlT 1 out our income tay statement and 's ' j C k write out a check to accompany same, ki J ;' A few. days later there comes the f j i' announcement from the county asses- I;! u, !;, sor that the personal property lax ! !l'ft which the assessor is collecting Is due j , jf and we had better pay it in a hurry y ! 1 ' Id escape penalties. J ij 'fflj;' Then the time for paying the prem- ' ji ! 1 ium on two or three insurance pcli- I j V ' j 1 cies arrives, as such times have a way j ot arriving, and there is more check j, And then the secretary of your , , ' ''j lodge lets you know that dues are due L'Ji nd the bank account groans once j II 1 !' Jnore under the great strain inflicted' r upon it, i ! 'I' ' Fr good measure the mail man i! 'I !r, brings the month's bills from the but- ' ! - ': cher, grocer and milkman and the coal : ,'J '; ' dealer's name also appears at the up- V j fd . Por loft-hand corner of the envelopes i , I .c- postman digs out of his accursed i ! ;1l leatlier bag. ; I 11 I; ' tit's a wonder most of us haven't got r'r.jff!; Titer's cramp from signing checks I,, '' I'-'' 5t's h greater wonder that there 1 hl . , ifi money enough to meet all these dd- I j l-k ' mands. ( I "lli oo j 'A .. '"WHAT A REPORTER SEES. V'V I jV'j,:? 'Cold, hard facts are the things with l j ' -ii which reporters deal. They are re- 'H!!f quired t0 tell what happened or what ; j tjU AVas 8aid aid cannot write their opin- 11 ' 1 ions or wishes or beliefs Into news ' ) ,V stories. Sometimes this limitation be- ji i Ij ';, fomes onerous to a reporter, especial- 1 lI'vM' ly When WS rUnd f CaI,S in quest " neWS brings hIm in co"ct with ' Pnditions which cry out for correc- j I K U tion In such oases he sometimes gets j ijjj ji, around the stringent rules regarding if 1 I'll pi" 1hfi writlB of news by turning out ill j Ly. VJiat is termed a feature story. P 1 luiit ..Thc standard'8 police reporter hand- ) 'I Ejj. S. in one of these feature stories. He V 111 ! Presents an unhappy picture. Here ii i I Pf f' h,s article as he wrote it: Ij ' J i Where will she go? She came i pi; -,int0 lhe Policc station this morn- PiU Bli ,lDg abUt 9:50 dlrty' dishevelled, li I S I'll distressed, bruised and helpless.. iH 'I ffvi " 0ne Slauce told you 8ne was at I M '1 1! lGaSt 3Ub'normal- She is proba- I Jill J' --bly 24 years 0f a8e If she were I j, Jlfii -at al1 docently cared for she I U ) ! 1Ik i would aPPear at least as well as r 1 111 I 1 ther women vrho have known I' i I S PI I ' are and trainInS and the disci- (111 t I PllnC f dUtJ'' COLDS breed and JZmSS Spread INFLUENZAmPp KILL THE COLD ATKr ONCE WITH Ik. JILL'S fc CASCARA QUININE 1 OMlDt Standard cold remedy or 30 yeard Bkk in tablet form jafe, aure, no tV opiates breaks Up a cold in 24 hour relieve trip in 3 days. zBk Money back if it fails. Tha nU(nBKav Cenulnc box has a Red fnWI) top. with Mr Hil1'" jy At AllDms Start Her face was a ghastly sight. The right eye was swollen and blackened, while acr6ss her fore head there were bleeding scratch es; the left side of her face was scarred as though having been terribly burned. Her chin wns scratched also. She came to the police station to appear in a cape in which she is charged along with a man of having been guilty of lewd and lascivious conduct and owing to the pressure of business at the court this morning the case was postponed till tomorrow. , Her story is this. She has teen judged mentally incompetent. Ap- j piicalion to thc State Mental hos- j pital proved that the place is too j crowded to receive her. Her hus- i band has started divorce proceed- I ings agajnst her. He wjll not al- j low her to enter his house, her former home. She says she came by her bruises owing to fits from which she ?uffers in one of which "I must have fallen against something." Her story may be true about the fits, but thc reporter hazards tho guess that somebody planted her where she fell wiih a knockout blow or blows and thRt the place where she fell was near a red-hot stove. It's all a guess, of course, j But here Is where it concerns the j citizens of Ogdcn who prido them selves that the world has boon made a decent place in which to live. When she was told that the case would not come up until to morrow she went out, a sub-normal, badly bruised, ill-cared-for and helpless young woman, a sight for the pity of niankind. What I want to know ip, where will she go? "The city police did not seem to care, the reporter did not seem to care,, and nobody else 'seemed to :are. She went out, and there whs no sister with a heart big enough to j say, "I can take you to a safe ! place where you will be cared for ( awhile until you feel better." What do you know about that? I oo i I ELKS LODGE DOES WELL. I Every good citizen of Ogden can join with Ogden Lodge No. 719 B. P. 0. Elks in rejoicing over, the an-1 uouncement that the lodge has paid off all indebtedness against its home . find grounds on Grant avenue. j On more than one occasion the lodge '. has demonstrated that it is a strong factor for good and that when there ' is a public service to perform the lodge is willing to do its share. Tho lodge has taken the lead in the ; observance of Flag Day in Ogden. The I city's principal flag staff is a gift of I the Elks lodge. The organization is always ready to heed cries of distress ' and citizens will remember that dur- ing the terrible epidemic of last year, Lhe Elks gave up their home to be used as an influenza hospital. Members of the lodge are deserving af praise, too, for the manner in which they keep up the home and grounds. The Elks' club is one of the city's , show places and the appearance of the I grounds in spring, summer and fall ' brings favorable remarks from all vis- iiors oo ! ARE PRICES DROPPING? Are prices dropping? It i6 pretty hard to say whether old hi-cost has been given a jolt. Nevertheless the outlook is more encouraging just now than it was a few weeks ago. Bradstreet's publishes a weekly food index. The publication takes CI articles used for food and ascertains the price per pound for each. These sums are added and are compared week by week. The Bradstreet food index for the jweek ending Saturday, February 21,1 was exactly ?5. That is the price per J 'of the 31 articles of food when added i Message to Mothers . 11 1 V2 ovi the real human doctors right around in your neighborhood: I 1 SSi. fLe $ fle8h and lood U8fc like yu : th dorters with LaH II aa B$u,8.a"d heartfl : those men who are responding to your call in the LBH 1 ft Jew of night fia readily as in the broad daylight; thoy are rcaay LBH ?! wiift11 y,U Z006 th-at Fletcher's Castoria fas done, ii doine and BaH'l' PI If " m exPenence and their love for children. H 1 ! 1 .IlnLfrl8 CaSt&B i" ?othhie n? We are not kiBf; you to i j u.o7buyigPFleteh"r'fl. J t0 lmprCSS Upn y0U Prnc BaH il -x Jour physician will tell you thiB, as he knows there are a num. '.I I -wetfaSfe mark8t' d he " Particuly interested in pjffi P Genninc Cnstorta always bcnr the algTiAture Pf fC together made ?5. This compares to ?5.03 for the preceding week. But for the corresponding week of one year ago tho index figures were $4.60. It happens, however, that when the price of a food commodity drops, con sumption pf that article increases and this increased demand causes another advance In the price. Announcement of packers that ex portation of meats has been greatly decreased was followed by lower prices paid for meat-producing ani Imals, yet there has been little reduc tion in the price of meats. The pro jducer of meat animals Is hard hit by every such reduction yet the con pumer gaina little if any advnntage. i uu Central American States to Form a Republic EL PASO, Feb. 25. The republics of Central America havo formed plans to unlto themselves under one gov ernment, beginning September 15. 1921, the Centennial of their independence, according to Excelsior, of Mexico City. The movement was iniiiated In the Republic of Salvador and has boon nutured by "the groat unionist party," according to the fame newspaper. The chief opposition to the plan is said to come from President Estrada Cabera, of Guatemala, who is reported to have contended that the party is composed entirely of reactionaries. A number of arrests have been made in this connection and as a result the po litical situation in Guatemala is In a ferment, Excelsior says. rf TRY THIS PERFECT HAIR TINT FREE Coupon Brings Trial Package of "Brownntonc." WHY ENDURE GRAY HAIR7 Wo wmU ovcrv woman lo know not only how eapilv she enn tint gn.v, faded stivnked hair hcr.solf but how tnilv won derful I tho result produced" when Brownatone Is used for tin's purpose. Thousands of vomn already know onrt use this perfect hair tln'lnf; prepara tion but other thousands havo v,.t (0 linn. from iir-tunl experience, bow mar it lfJorcn to pra. faded and bleached hah Its original beauty anu G'orj . "It's so Easy Now to Have Beautiful Hair." lirownatoiie' Is tho one safe, reli able. 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Ucht to Medium Urown or ' Dark Brown to Clack. , Mnik wjlh X shade wanted nr.O mall with our full name mu addn-aa Advertisement 1 I1IS PROCLAIM J SOVIET HIM II CITY Many Persons Wounded in Fight Between Carabineers and Workers in Cities LONDON. Feb 25 Workers at Plev di Solico, Ital have seized the muni ctpal buildings and proclaimed a soviet government, according to a Rome dis patch to tho Central New, in fight ing between workers and carabineers many persons were wounded. Disor ders have also occurred at Vlttirlo, 1 Montebelluna and elsewhere, the dis ! patch says General Strike j NAPLES, Feb. 25. A- general strike in sympathy with striking metal work iera has been declared by the labor j chamber here. Railroad Strike Called PARIS. Feb. 25. The Paris, Lyon and Mediterranean railroad strike was called today. All shops wero idle, no trains' lert tho 'Lyon station and the Marseilles and Lyon yards were also paralyzed. It was expected the sys tem would be paralyzed by afternoon. Appeal to Workers. BERLIN, Feb. 24. The Saxon min ister of abor has appealed to workers lo emulate the example of coal minora who havo recently increased their hours ot labor. He points out that this voluntary action on the part of the miners will Increaso the monthly out put of the Saxon ooal fields by 250,000 tons. i " To what type does " jjfii f f :H your skin belong? ! j "LT AVE you ever studied your skin and learned just J Afev ' I ' ' - what kind of care best suits ita needs? Remem- VA fA Jj bet different types of skin need different care. j r 1 j ' -T In the famous booklet that is wrapped around v xl '1 " every cake of Woodbury's Facial Soap you will find , i m kTWw'j. i j ' special treatments for each type of skin. Learn the nlM V$ if . jfe1 fv07 I J treatment for your skin use it regularly every night iS3-'V HWy 1 ' III SCC mUC"" carcr anc ovc''cr your skin 7 i I ' i The following treatment is recommended for a P "j f I With warm water work up a heavy lather of U il ; fS I J H Woodbury's Facial Soap in your hands. Apply it . !qyZP I 1 1 1 h to your face and rub it into the pores thoroughly c i i ' , ' always with an upward and outvard morion. Rinse A- 25 ccnt C3iC Woodbury's Facial Soap lasts fl II K : with warm Tater, then with cold the colder thc for a month or six weeks of any treatment or for j I III better. If possible rub your face for thirty seconds general cleansing use. The booklet of treatments is ! II 'J - with a piece of ice. wrapped around each cake. Get a cake today it is ! This is only on6 of the famous Woodbury on sale at any drug store or toilet goods counter in j M,a u treatments. Get thc booklet and sec for yourself the United States or anada. j ! ., ;T ' how thoroughly the needs of different types of skin The Andrew Jcrgcns Company, Cindnnati, New I I " h As have been studied. York, and Perth, Ontario. , ' .'' 1 ' IcIpIIis trdqps" LEAVE FOfi ilTESIO Every Man in Detachment Is j Equipped With Ammunition and Experienced in Riots TACOMA. Wash.. Feb. 25. A detach jmont of Camp Lewis troops departed ;en a special train today for Montcsano where ten alleged I. W. W. are on trial ,for the murder of Warren O. Grimm, jOntralla Armistice day victim. Every j man of the detachment, the size of I which officers refused to state, was equipped with ball ammunition. I 'Th- detachment was commanded by Major Arthur Casy. A medical dc I tachment with special supplies accom panied the troops It was said at Camp Lewis that veteran troops, many of whom have had riot experience, were selected to make the trip. Prosecuting Attorney Merman Allen, conducting the trial at Montcsano. ask ted Governor Hart yesterday to arrange . for troops to be in Montcsano. He de 1 dared there had been rumors of trou ble and he wished thc troops to be in Montesano as a possible aid in pre jsfring the peace and assuring a fair trial. j The prosecuting attorney In his re , quests said I. V. V. radicals had been 'drifting into Montesano. Governor j Harding forwarded a request to Llen I tenant-General Hunter at Snn Francis jco with a statement that ho feared the (situation at Montesano might pass bc ;yond control of local and state author ' itios 'SWAMP-ROOT FOR j KIDNEY AILMENTS, j There is only one medicine that real ily stands out pre-eminent as a medi jeme for curable ailments of the kid ,neys, liver and bladder. 1 Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root stands th j highest for tho reason that it has pro ; ven to be just tho remedy needed in I thousands upon thousands of distress ing cases Swamp-Root makes friends 'quickly because its mild and immedi ate effect is soon realized in most cases. It is a gentle, healing vege table compound. ; Start treatment at once. Sold at all drug stores in bottles of two sizes, medium and large. However, if you wish first to test this great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Einghampton, N. V , for a sam.ple bottle. When writing be sure and mention the Ogden Stand ard. ; uu Francis Wood Speeds and Has to Pay Fine Francis Wood, an Ogden young man, stood charged with speeding on Twon-ty-liith street between Ogden High school nd Adams avenue. According to Motorcycle Officer Tufts the accus ed speeded at the rate of 30 miles an hour at a lime when school children ve:c coing home from school, thereby imperiling their safety. The accused wai defended by Attorney I-Iulaniski, who pleaded clemency ip tha. the youth had not transgressed before. The court ordered a fine of five dollars. Christian Unions ESSEN. Feb. 24. Christian labor unionn here which comprise the min ers organization havo agreed lo recom mend an extension of daily working hours provided coal be relieved of re quisitions by the allies. The employ es of Rhenish smelting plants have, a dopted a -IS hour week to save coal. Food Riots Reported BERLIN, Feb. 25. Food riots are reported at Ludwigshaven and mobs are said to be plundering shops. Nu merous arrosts have been made, ac cording to advices received here. -oo long with other things that are Increasing irt price goes ambition Ono has to have a pretty good offer to abow any. IMPROVING THE DAIRY HERD. By F. R. Cammack) Field Dairyman of the University of Idaho Extension Division. I It has been estimated that at least one-third of the so-called dairy cows in the United States are not profit able producers. Statistics tend to I show that the average dairy cow In Idaho produces an average of 160 lbs. of butter fat. which surely is not suf j ficient to pay much of a profit over jthe cost ot production- From this and I the statement of many who are keep ling dairy cows cf inferior quality, one can readily believe that there is plenty of improvement possible in Idaho dairy cattle. Naturally the first step must be to know tho relative standing of the .cows. There are those, who claim lo I be able to select dairy cattle by their j conformation and visible appearances, land it is true that great progress has been made in a study of these factors, , but the very best judges often are( shown to have been deceived in their ! 'judgment when the real test that of! 'the Babcock tester has been applied.) j Usually the very high producers and j extremely low producer can be select ed, but not the great majority of av erage cattle. There is very little ex-! cuso today for not knowing something I definite of the production of individual cows, since it is possible to weigh and test the milk at regular intervals through the cow-testing association or through testing clubs, schools, cr in dividual use of tho testing outfits. The; first commandment of the dairyman j should be, "Know the production of your cows." Without this knowledge ! there can be no definite assurance of! progress. i. uu jiti.vi siep is iu cun out me poor producers and breed for higher pro duction. This calls for constructive plans and careful study. Two per cent of the cattle of the United Stales are bred to sires with known ancestry, backed up by records of production. The excuse formerly given of high cost, and difficulty of securing good sires is no longer sufficient, with the increasing number of yearly records and the formation of bull associations. The dairyman with 20 cows or more often prefers to own his own bull and to follow a definite breeding plan, such as line breeding, inbreeding, out-i crossing, etc., but tho dairyman with! only a few head does not feel able to keep a good sire for his personal use- It is in such cases that the bull association is of special value and It is possible to organize an association in nearly every community, provided ' the spirit of co-operation Is sufficient- ly developed. j The selection of the breed is usually of legs importance than the selection ' b A medicine "a ? fc possessing tonic, alter- E ative and reconatruetivo proprtIc8. tJoe- 31 C fultn treatment of debilitated condition H b caused Ly overwork or prolonged mental a P strain or nervous Irritability, eleeplesa- 3 6 nets. brain fap. or ccneraldoprccslon of jjf tbe nervous ayatcm. Prepared under S V lormutafiled with and approved by tho J8 fe Ch:e Chemist. Treasury Dept. Wtah- , V lcffton, D. C. ( , DR1-A-CEA DRUG CO & ti ' liantsfactartrs. Knoiu City, Ma dl fli - BOLD BY & I' Smith-Fans Drug Co. 3 u , Salt Lake City. Utah $ V Bolt JHttrftmJoTt M J I Ask Your Dpoggisf I IrruilfiplnpjUfinumMIHMiniHllilll j lor thc individual cows and community cooperation. The marketing facilities and personal preference (if strongly developed) will, of course, be factors to be considered. The great advan tages of breeding to a bull out of a dam with a high record and which has an ancestry of known production can not be over-estimated; If-those; bull absociations could be organfcedUn' ev ery community in Idaho where good bulls are not available for breeding, no doubt tho average production of our cows would be doubled in five years. Needless to say thc records would thave to be kept up in order to cull out successfully the poor producers. The proper feeding, care, and man agement are factors in the develop ment of the individual to the desired 'producing ability. This ability comes as a result of study and its practical application, because the feeds which l we have available are ideal for the ! greatest development. In the words of a prominent dairyman from the eastern states. "The world records of tho future will be made, in the north western states because of the ideal i feed and climatic conditions prevail-j in there." This is surely very en couraging and it can safely be said) that the dairyman in Idaho has n very I bright future. ' Briefly the rules for improving the' herd can be summed up as follows: Keep production records of your ' cows. Cull out the low producers. Breed to a bull of known ancestry and production- Feed for maximum production. The following of these simple rules will bring marked improvement-of the I dairy herd, but without following: them one cannot be sure of success. I -uu How to Acquire Hair Beauty You can enjoy a delightful shampoo with very little effort and for a very trifling cost, if you get from your 'druggist's a package of canthrox and dissolve a teaspoonful in a cup of hot j water. This makes a full cup of sham ;poo liquid, enough. so it is easy to ap jply it to all the hair instead of just i the top of the head. Your shampoo is jnow ready.. Just pour a little at -j time on the scalp and hair until both (are entirely covered by the daintily perfumed preparation that thoroughly j dissolves and reriioves every bit of dandruff, excess oil and dirt After rinsing the hair dries quickly with aj fluffiness that makes it soeni heavier than it is, and takes on a rich luster and a softness that makes arranging it ja pleasure. Advertisement. F COLLECTl WHff BOOKS IT CIIGIE 'LAW Ready for circulation at the public library today is a tine collection of hooks on the war, the league of na tions, post war problems, and railroad questions, as follows: Abbot, "Soldiers of the Sea"; Baker, "What Wilson Did at Paris"; Bend. "Inventions of the Great War"; Booth "Tho War Romance of tho Salvation Army;; Duggan, "The League of Na tions"; Egan, "Ten Years Near the ' Gs.'mnn Frontier"; Gibbons. "The Now May of Asia": Cibbs. "Gun Fodder": Hay, "The Last Million"; Husband. ; "A Year in the Navy". Jelllcoe. "Thel Graud Fleol, 191-t-i9l6"; Levlne, "Thel -TT.TTTxin.iL- mi.i 1 1 m.u i 1 1 h i M Ml ( Resurrected Nvatlons"i Ogg and Ztiti "National Governments and IheWorW W.ir"; Oppsnheim, "A league of St rions;; Pclxotto. "The Amnios ront"; Towell. "The Army Dchhdtje Army"; Reed, "Ten Days That Stat the World"; Rudltsky, "Ukralst"; Simonds, "History of the World V,V (voiume 4); Whitlock. "Behjlun;" (! volumes); Wildman, 'Itcconstruttq , America, Our Next Big Job"; Wilifj, I "'Guarantees of Peace." Books on railroad ongineeriif Dunn. "Tho Regulation of Railways", ! Jan-.es and Dole, "Mechanism of Sim Engines"; Phelps. ' Government ersbip of Railways"; Prior, "Operetta of 1 rains and Station Work"; Raj mond, "Elements of Railroad Ks?1 neenng"; Sellew. "Railway JJalit nance Engineering"; Sinclair, "Low motive Engine Running and ilaoiit ' moir"; Wood, "Locomotive Operalfos ,and Train Control." j Miscellaneous: Abbott, "The Dr i malic Slory of Old Glory"? Bennett "Th'. Junior High School"; BurKi S j "Tr.e Conquest or the Continent"; li y ;ternHtfonal Library of Technolotj--jletiej'ing, designing, etc; Johnsos "Furuiture Upholstery"; Ogg. "Nslioi ,al Progress. 1907-1017"; Russell. "M tor Truck and Automobile Motors ai! j Mechanism"; Smith, "Grant, the Mm of Mystery"; Smith, "Our Naito' Flag"; Smith, "Stories of Great .Vi sional Songs"; Turner. "Ireland tit j England"; Warrum, ed.. "History jUtth Since Statehood" (for referee I use only. I oo I CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH MONEY. DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out th." slip, enclose with 5c and mad It I? Foley & Co., 2S35 Sheffield Ave, Chi cago, III., writing your name and dress clearly. You will receive in r turn a trial package containing Foley" , j Honey and Tar Compound, for cocgi-'i Colds and croup; Foley Kidney PilJ . for pain in sides and back; rhece tism, backache, kidney and bladder aS mcnts; and Foley Cathartic Tablfli, I a wholesome nnd thoroughly :lean3 it cathartic, for constipation, biliousac headache, and sluggish bowcia-A- l1 Jjja Mclntyre Drug Co. Advertisement, fi or, li. LIBERTY BONDS. f NEW YORK, Feb. 25.-Fnc j Liberty bonds at 2:55 p. m. toc'J were. ihs 95.00; first 4s 90-30; secotf , 89.90; first -ls 91.12; second u ; 90.3-J; third -itfs 02-50: four?.;: r" 90.51; Victory 3s 97.62, Victor; f I?ij 97. CO. oo- , ff "ou can do others boforo they o ; do you, you are considered a succe-i" presont-day-business man. in Mi HOUSEWM i Before I took LyaEP' 1 ham's Vegetable CoypoJd . I could hardly stand, W . ' Mrs. Kwarcmslfl. , Chicago, HI.-"I snfferej nf I j stund up and I have toee hgg dren. You can use this ieWj wish, for your remedy lsceru i-,- . derfuJ for sick, run dosmt Mrs. A. KWABCINSKI, StT-f w Ave., Chicago, Dl. -pfnthjO-' For forty years La Vegetable Compo?nd JKaifaS 1 women strong and well, regav . ache, nervousness, ulccSncein flammation, weakneg. -Sfltg & also proved invaluaDle in Vffte. f chndbirth and the Change f Women who suffer are . j i write for free and XWC. ((ff. ,f Lydia B. Pinkham Medgn ! fidential),Lynn, Mass.