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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM TUESDAY, FEB. 11, .1919.
PAGE THREE i VI VI WV I Will OF LEAGUE IS URGED BY TAFT Permanent Peace Not Possi ble Without Society of Na tions Declares ex-President (Br Aaaoclated Press! CHICAGO, Feb. 11. An appeal to American citizens to unite In support of President Wilson In bis fight for a league of nations was made by prominent speakers at the opening session of the Great Lakes congress of the league to enforce peace. The opinion was that the proposed league should be based upon a constructive peace. Justice and sound principles. William H. Taft was the principal speaker at the meeting this evening. He described the organization of the league in Philadelphia In 1915 and paid that recent events had made it possible to put into actual operation the plans of the organlbation much Booner than It expeeted. He declared that the defeat of Ger many would not bring a permanent peace without a league of nations treaty and that the many questions an disputes that would grow out of enforcing this treaty would have to be Interpreted by an impartial inter national court. Machinery of League. Mr. Taft described the necessary machinery as follows: "First, we will have the internat ional court; second, the council of conciliation; third, the agreement for organizing economic powers and mil itary forces If need be, and fourth 'and final, the congress of powers. "All that this league proposes is that every nation shall enjoy com plete sovereignity within the llulta tions of international law. "Let us support any real League of Nations that is brought back even if it does not give us all we desire, so that it will have fair consideration on its merits, so that we can discuss its provisions; not in a nagging, criti cal, unfair way, but with a construc tive spirit, with team work for all to go on and realize what should be the glorious fruits of the war." Greensfork, Ind. Mrs. Belle Picket, Mrs. Gren Hagett, Marie Crull and Miss Janette Hag gett spent Wednesday in Richmond. ....Mrs. Sarah Russell of Richmond spent Thursday afternoon with her sister, Mrs. Amanda Martindale Thomas Davis and daughter Blanche epent Thursday shopping in Richmond ....Mrs. Martha Brown of Richmond came Thursday to spend a few days with her sister, Mrs. William Wise.. . George Borton is able to be out in town again Fred Brown returned from Florida, after spending a part of the winter there.. '.. .Mr. and Mrs. William Teague of Hagerstown spent Friday with Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Kerr. ....Church services 'were "held at the Methodist and Christian churches last Sunday Edith Smith of Day ton and Ruth Smith of Richmond, were called here by the illness of their brother, Wayne Shith John Claw son of New Paris, spelat Tuesday at this place visiting triends. ON TRAIL OF "MISSING" WASHINGTON, Feb. 11. An un official channel for seeking the latest available information as to soldiers reported missing in action or other wise lost track of has been opened by the War Department through the columns of the various papers pub lished at army hospitals. A state ment issued today suggested that rela tives of Euch men write to "The Port of Missing Men," Surgeon General's Office, Washington, or to the news papers at the nearest army hospital. SAYS THIS CURED HIS LUNG TROUBLE Mr. Morgan Passes Insurance Ex aminations Now, and Feels Perfectly Well. "In 1908 my lungs became so badly affected I had to give up my work. I coughed all the time and finally had hemorrhages twice a day. My lungs nnd shoulders ached so I could hardly live. Two physicians told me I had consumption, said they could -do no gojd, and advised me to change cli mate. "Finally a friend gave me a bottle cf Milk's Emulsion. It did me so much good that I continued taking it, and in four months it cured me sound as a dollar. , ".My lungs are now as strong as ' ever. I weigh 147 pounds, which is more than I ever weighed before. I work all the time, can expand my chest six inches, and am able to pass lodge and insurance examinations without any trouble." Otto Morgan, 420 Pearl Street, Terre Haute, Ind.. It is not claimed that all advanced cases of this kind are curable, nor that any such case is curable. But Milk's Emulsion costs nothing to try In any case, and it has restored hun dreds of hopeless victims to health. Milk's Emulsion is a pleasant, nu tritive food and a corrective medicine. It restores healthy, natural bowel ac tion, doing away with all need of pills and physics. It promotes appetite and quickly puts the digestive organs in iaape to assimilate food. As a builder of flesh and strength, Milk's Emulsion Is tttrongly recommended to run-down, nervous people, and. lit has produced amazing results in many cases of asthma, chronic bronchitis and tuber culosis of the lungs. Chronic stomach trouble and constipation are promptly relieved usually in one day. This is the only solid emulsion made and is so palatable that it is eaten with a spoon like ice cream. A truly wonderful medicine for weak, sickly children. ' No matter how severe your case, you are urged to try Milk's Emulsion under this guarantee Take six bot tles home with you, use it according to directions and if not satisfied with Tlhe- results, your money will be ' promptly refunded. Price 60c and $1.20 per bottle. The Milks Emulsion Co.. Terre Haute, Ind. Sold and guar anteed by Thistlethwaite's six drug stores.T-Adv. WJ&SSA mBSV 'Igjgfe5gyCe comm. Lynn, Ind. Miss Elizabeth Pegg spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Rhoda Pegg Daniel Hecker of Indianapo lis, spent Sunday with his family here. ....Miss Esther Millet of Muncie, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Will Cox and family. .. .Miss Esther Kemp of Richmond spent Sunday with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kemp The funeral of Mrs. Hunt from Day ton, O., was held at the Friends church Saturday morning. Mrs. Hunt was a sister of Mrs. John Moody at this place. .. .Clyde Williams entertained a number of his little friends Saturday afternoon from two to four o'clock, this being his twelfth birthday. The boys spent the afternoon in games and contests. A delicious luncheon was served ... .Dr. C. E. McCready bas returned from- Montgomery, Ala., whehe he has been stationed for some time Mrs. Ollie Chenoweth and Mrs. Maude Kienzle are attending the millinery opening at Indianapolis this week Dr. George Alexander of at ! 0 IN PERPETUAM MEMORIAM Terre Haute spent Sunday with rela tives and friends here. . . .Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Thomas were Richmond visitors Saturday afternoon. Don't trifle with a cold it's dangerous. You can't afford to risk Influenza. Keep always at hand a box of CASCARA M QUININE Standard cold remedy for 20 years in tablet form safe. sure, no opiates breaks up a cold in 24 hours relieves grip in 3 days. Money back if it fails. The genuine box has a Red top with Mr. Hill's picture. At All Drug Stores. Ladies Shoes at Sale Prices Ladies Field Mouse Cloth Top, high heel Shoes, $8.00 value P ET Q C sale price .PO0 Ladies Field Mouse Cloth Top high heel Shoes, $6.00 val- fl Q ue, special at PJmsJ Ladies' All Grey Kid, low heel Shoes $7.00 value, special J.C sale price .......... O Ladies' Grey Kid Cloth Top Shoes $6.00 value, special fl QLT sale price PJsO Ladies' Brown Calf Shoes, $6.0n al ue, special sale price (T Q T . . .... 7 I mS Ladies Brown Kid Cloth To u;gh heel Shoes, $6.00 val- ij Q -ue, special at ...... .POJ THOMAS ' WESSEL 718 Main Street "We Terve You Better BANISH NERVOUSNESS Put Vigor and Ambition Into Down, Tired Out People. Run If you feel tired out, out of sorts, despondent, mentally or physically de pressed, and lack the desire to accom plish things, get a 50 cent box of Wen dell's Ambition Pills at A. G. Luken, Conkey Drug Company, Clem This tlethwaite's today and take the first step toward feeling beter right away. If you drink too jauch, smoke too much, or are nervous because of over work of any kind, Wendell's Ambition PI!l3 will make you feel better in three days or money back fro m A. G. Luken, Conkey Drug Comp,uiyt Clem Thistlethwaite on the first box pur chased. ' For all affections of the nervous sys tem, constipation, loss of appetite, lack of confidence, trembling, kMney or liv er complaints, sleeplessness, exhaust ed vitality or weakness of any kind, get a box of Wendell's Ambition Pills tcday on the money back plan. Adv. J HORSE KILLED WHEN TRUCK HITS BUGGY GREENVILLE, Feb. 11. A buggy in which Charles Witters, his wife and child were riding, was run into and upset and the horse killed, early Saturday morning, near Rossburg, by an automobile truck. While the Wit ters family all received Injuries, they are not of a serious nature. The truck driver was not identified. The contract for the Zeller ditch was let Saturday by the county commis sioners. This ditch is in Monroe town ship and was let to William Briden baugh for $11,660. Jacob Newbaurer was granted a "di vorce from his wife, Anna Newbaurer, Saturday. The case was not contest ed. The property rights of the cqnple had been settled. u Delia Strait was given a divorce from Harry Strait Saturday. Strait is to pay his wife $15 each month as alimony, and the title' to the property owned by Mrs. Strait in this city was solely vested in her name. Harvey Minnich of this city was sworn in as deputy state supervisor of elections of Darke county Saturday by County Clerk Rayburn. Whitewater Mr. William G. White is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Bert White of Lozantville. .. .Mr. and Mrs. John Hunt returned home Sunday ev ening after spending a few days with their sons, Ira Hunt and Charles Hunt of Richmond Mrs. Tessa Blose and sone Marvivn spent Wednesday night with Mrs. Minnie White.;.. The C. W. M. B. meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Eva White last Thursday afternoon. Nine members and two visitors were pres ent Ozro Blose and David Weller will hold a public sale February 14, one mile south of Whitewater on the Jesse Townsend farm Mrs. Wil- liam Curtis spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. William Henry Rev., Henderson of Fountain City filled his regular appointment at the M. E. vWWVWWWVVWWWWVWW 8 o o o i At the Underselling Grand Leader! o o Has become the day looked upon by hundreds of the shrewdest buyers in this vicinity as the value day supreme. It's the day that we throw all profits away to get you to become ac quainted with our store. These coupons represent real money and you save from 20 to 50 per cent every time you clip one. 1 o o 8 o o o o o 8 o o o o o o Women's $1 U. Suits ...... 63 Medium weight, rib bed, low or high neck, short or long sleeves. With cou pon 63c. Worn. $1.25 Un derwear . . . 79d Good heavy weight fleeced vests or pants. Priced " with coupon at 79c $7.00 Comforts at .$2.98 Made of good heavy quality Batting with best quality cover ing, beautifully bor d e r e d. Wednesday with coupon, $2.98. $8 Plaid Blank ets at ...$3.98 Genuine Nashua Wool Nap plaids, all colors, size 66x88 with coupon, $3.98 8 3SSZS3 a o a o Women's $3.00 Aprons . .SI. 49 Infants $2 Sweat ers 98 Strictly all wool link to link knit. Priced with coupon only 98c Regular house dress style, of best quality Simpson, beautifully made. Special with coupon only $1.49 0 0 o o 0 $2.00 W o men's Gowns . . SI. 19 Made of the best quality muslin, high neck, long sleeves, beautifully trimmed, $1.19. 0 0 0 0 0 0 COATS COATS Boys 50 Blouses at ......... 27 Of good light and dark colored Per cales. With coupon at 27c SKIRTS DRESSES Child's $1.25 Un ion Suits . . 74 For boys and girls, sizes 14-16 years, $1.09; sizes 1. 4 and 6 years at 74c o m a 0 0 i Men's $3 Men $1.25 Work Shirts ...:.79 Of genuine Amos keag Chambray, well made and cut full. With coupon, 79c ers $1.79 Of extra good knit, come in maroon with coupon, $1.79 0 0 0 0 gAuarsasj Men's $2.50 Un ion Suits, $1.69 Come in either heavy fleeced or heavy ribbed; pric ed with coupon, $1.69 0 0 0 O 0 0 Men's $1.50-$2.00 Dr. Shirts . 69 Of extra good qual ity fast color, stiff cuff only. Wednes day coupon, 69c. rVWs$4 Shirts Men's $2.50 5f at $1.98 1 ion Suits, 5r Of good flannel in g grey or khaki; well 0 made. Coupon, $1.98 Medium weight rib bed, extra well made with coupon, $1.19 0 0 o 0 35c Huck Tow- O els at. 14 o 0 Come in the best quality buck tow- O eling. beautifully 0 O bordered, wun cou pon, 14c. church last Sunday morning. Next Sunday he will , began a two weeks meting. . . .Mr. and Mrs. James Rob inson and family were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Robinson and daughter, Karjorle. ..... Everyone Is cordially Invited to the Whitewater Christian church. Sunday school at 9:30 o'clock; church services at 10:30 o'clock, conducted by the Rev. Roy Brown. The evening services is at 7: 15.... John Addleman of Fountain City spent "Sunday with Thomas Ad dleman who' has ben ill for five weeks. ....David Fisher died Saturday night at the hospital In Richmond. . ..Miss Zona Graves of Richmond visited her parents Mr. and ' Mrs. Nate Graves over the week-end. Other guests were Harry Spencer and children and Mrs. Blose.... Mr. and Mrs. Waling- Oft Off Corns? "Freezone" is Magic! Lift any Corn or Callus right off with fingers No pain ! ' 0 ra Drop a little Freezone on an aching corn, instantly that corn etops hurt ing, then you lift it right out. It doesn't hurt one bit. Yes, magic t Why waitt Your druggist sells a l WW WW WW rwwwww Women's $2.00 Aprons ..$1.19 Of fast color per cales in light or dark colors; well made and cut full. Spe cial with coupon at $1.19. W o m e Hose Of fine good quality. in assorted colors. Priced at 19c 53 Up to $8.00 Wom en's Hats... 79 Last call on women's fall hats. To go W e d n e s day with coupon at 79c 39c Pillow Cases at 23 Good quality muslin, size 12x36. neatly hemmed : with cou pon at 23c Girls' $2.50 Dres ses at . . .$1.49 Made of best qual ity gingham, sizes to Best $2.00 Bed Sheets . . $1.33 Of extra fine qual ity sheeting, size is With coupon, $1.34, 14 years; pon only A COMPARE WITH SO-CALLED SALE COATS, SKIRTS and DRESSES Up to $22.50 values for women and misses strictly all wool; with coupon at $14.95 Up to $30.00 values Plushes, Fine Velours, etc.; special with cou pon only $12.95 To $10 values; choice of All-Wool P o p 1 ins, Silk Poplins and Silks in many styles; with coupon....... To $25 values choice of All-Wool Serges; Fine Silk Messa lines, etc Sweat MEN'S S2.50 Overalls Good heavy quality, extra well made. With JQ coupon . . pJLU Men's 35c Hose at ........ 17 Suitable for work or dress; come in all colors. With cou pon at 17c Men's $1.50 Un derwear . . . 79 Shirts or drawers of heavy fleece, ribbed or wool mixed. With coupon only 79c $3.50 Women's Silk Waists Come in best qual ity crepe de chine, in white and flesh only With cou- AO pon at .. V-l-0 3 Men's and Boys' $1.50 Sweaters Come in grey only, with pockets and collar. With coupon at 89c. Un $1.19 III IMUJIMLI buUMMU cccocccccccccccccccoc: ford spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blose. v. .Mtos ' W" Iodean StetUer of Richmond, spent Thursday and Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Byram Stettler and family. . -.. . -. ,-V-.4 CONFE8SE8 CHINESE MURDER- WASHINGTON, FeB. 11. Police of ficials announced today that Zlanff Sun Wan, New York University stu dent, had confessed that he killed Ben Sen Wu, one of the three members of the Chinese Educational Mission found dead in their headquarters here Jan uary 31, and that Wan claimed Wu had killed Dr. Theodore T. Wong and C. H. Hsie. : JnL, i tiny bottle of Freezone for a few cents', sufficient to rid your feet of every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between, the toes, and calluses, without - sore nets or irritation. Try it! No htunbugt ww o n's lisle. 50c 19 extra come Women's $2 Un- O ion Suits. $1.19 O Of extra fine qual- O ity, silk trimmed, in O low or high neck Q with coupon, $1.19 0 with coupon o $3.00 Bed Sheets C at ...... $1.69 J Of extra good qual- W ity, no dressing, size O 81x90; special with Q coupon only $1.69 q 3 Child's $1 Sleep- O ers at 54 ? O Of good quality flan- O nelette, made well. 4 with colored feet. O T 1 J f . 1 rnteu WILLI coupon f with cou at 54c $1.49 PRICES CHILD'S $1.23 O Rompers . . 69 O Choice of flannel- O ette or best King- t hams. Priced with coupon at 69c' o o o a boc coys' stock- t ings 39 O Come in best heavy ) quality ribbed, In C black only 39c o o I Mr, $4.49 $1.25 Women's O Chemise ...69 O Made of best qual- O ity muslin, beauti fully trimmed. Wed- f nesday with coupon at 69c. - O $9.95 $1.50 Muslin Pet- 2 ticoats .... 94 fj Made of best qual- C ity muslin, with beautiful flounces d with coupon, 94c O Men's $3.00 Un- 3 ion Suits $2.88 5 Cooper's or Piqua makes of extra good 2 fine quality. Priced here at only $2.88 C 5 0c Women's Hose ......37 Come In best qual ity lisle In mostly every wanted color. Special Wednesday, coupon, S7c 1 o o $1.50, $2 Worn. Waists ...69 Made In the best quality voiles, mostly' one and two of - a kind special coupon 69o () ()