Thursday Feb. 23. 1918.
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THERE IS XOTHIXG UPPISH ABOUT
FKAXCE'S "TIGER ' AT MEAT TIME
f Thrift in the home iz the
keynote of the success
Green Stamps. Since intro
duced in 1896 the volume of
collectors has increased year
ly, until to-day the number
reaches far into the millions.
The Sperry & Hutchinson Co.
TO THE KIDNEYS
Take a tablespoonful of
Salts if Back Hurts or .
Sir J' J
I - U-
-r .r u-
W. ai a ration of mt. fatirs and
our bl"d i filled mih urlr acid. nv
a w!l-knoin Biithrity, who warns
ijm tr be -onsfantiy on guard againrt
ThT li'diirvs do l.hnl- utmost 1 f i
the blooil of this t'Titattna; w'.'l. h'it
f,t g'is""ri; t h rli;ninativ tis..i"
liogr nnti thus th wasti 1 retain.
in th Mood t po'.-'on th 'nltr -?
When your kidnf arh aod fl
Va Irnnr lead, end nj hav. Mins-
r rain. )n th bs-k rr th urin In
. I.njd'-'. r 1 1 1 1 of sed-.nieii'.. or tb hiddr
lr! -r.ahIi. o'olii'ng you to r
lf d;;rin til. nifthf. kn yu liv
fiK hfa d s 'h.. nrous and (i'tii
5p?l!s. sleep! (nv aid loiiaoh, 01
theumntism in V-ad weather. rt from
cur rhanna.-.'st about four ounce of
.Iau Salts: taWp a t,ib!.poonful In a
SlM of nair before breaUfaat each
iiHu'n . ti x and in a fw day" yowr Vid
ncy w 1! n ;!1 ar t rn. This faniou
sj!tj '5 nnd" from 1 l;e ar'd of prap'-a
and len. on consbined with lithia.
srid ha. ne.n t;sd for generations to
ftusu and stirritat clogged Uidneys. to
neutralise the aid in the '.ir'.ne rn it
is no longer .a source of irritation, tlr.;
er.dinK urinary and bladder disorder"
.Tad S.ilts is Infsppnsivi) and cannot
injure. i.iaAfs a dlinlitful rTrvsccn
' thia-w-ate- 4: inU. and nobody can
:r.a'i" a r.: intake bv taking n. lit. 1 oc
I'afonil'.y to the kidneys rlean
and ar ve Ady.
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Premier Clemenreau (right) at the front.
Lunch time finds Premier Clemencean, France's "Tiger," a very ordinary
ftrt of & fellow. The photojrrapher recently caught him with m'e mbers of
his military staff in the ruins cf a French village just back of the lines.
From the picture one could not tell whether he was rolling a cigaret or
breaking a lady finger.
OFFICIAL NE WS B VLLETIN
, BY THE PRESS COMMITTEE OF
INDIANA FEDERATED CLUBS
Tie chief aim ef the three million
iuS women of the country ! the wel
fare the home In all Its yarled ln
t.r.sta. Mrs. Albion Fellows Bacon of
Evnjv!l!e. who has gained national
prominence through her work for
Housin Reform has written to the
Tress chairman that the Indiana Fed
eration of Clubs wil be asked to take
rart In the work of the Children's
Tear. Child welfare work in the state
ouncll cf defense.
"In order to ear. part of the S00.0M
Mldren who die annually In the Vnit
d States, a Children's Tear will be
Inaugurated, beginning Aprli 6tb. 1518,
the date of our entry into the war.
The first effort will be to register,
weigh and measure all children tinder
five- Jnd'ana will iv. her quota that
he la exrscted to save, because of bet
ter knowledge of the'.r needs, as shown
by this simple test of the Babies' Clin
!c. It is behaved that this campaign
which should end !n the Babies Week,
should result in the formation of more,
babies' clinics, in better milk protec
tion. In more publio nursing, etc.
Plaits are no-v being made In Indi
ana for a state wide test of the babies.
It s the b!g?est task proposed for any
war catr:a!rn thi-s survey of the "na
tions last reserves." It will need the
co-operation of doctors, nurses, teach
ers, and parents themselves. It Is hop
ed that by this inspection the tragedies
? the draft examine t ion a may be pre
sented, that set a;de o many of our
men as physically defective, who might
have been re?fe.:t. if treated In Infancy.
The Xut-jve of our na t ' n rests in our
cradles of today. The government may
well be concerned for their safety.
Hfutns A a AVnr Problem.
Vo thing has riv.n su-h an impetus
BREAK ft GUILD'S
COLO BY GIVING
SIRUP OF FIGS
Cleanses the liver and how
els and they get
- well quick.
fto housing reform, since its beginning
as the official action of the United
States government, in appropriating
millions of dollars for the housing of
Industrial workers engaged In ship
building, munitions maliing, etc. The
fact that the wheels of got eminent in
dustries stopped dead stiil. because the
men could not And hotisss, brought til"
employers to their feet, and caused the
strong hand of the got eminent to in
tervene. The Investigations of the homes of
steel workers, packing house employ
es, and other workers on government
contracts has a significance that would
not attach to the patient, quiet work
of the housing reform-. The fact that
some of our cities will lose more lives
by bad housing conditions than thy
will lose by the war. and that houses
now building will go on killing ten
nants for 60 years after the war. will
be borne in on the minds of the Amer
ican public, at last. The American
home is go'ng to have the government
under It, as never before.
When otir child suffers from a oold
; (Aea't wait; give the little stomach, liv
' ar nd bowels a gentle, thorough
. aleanelng at once. When cross, peev
ish, listless,- rale, don't sleep, eat or
act Eaturalty. If breath Is bad. stomach
our. give a tessponful of "California
Syrup of Fi !,' and In a. few hours
a'l the clogged, constipated waste, sour
fct'e and undigested food win gently
: rnove out cf the bowels, and you have
well, playful child again.
If your child coughs, snuffles, and
Tssa caught eold or i" feverish or has
s sore throat give n good dose of "Cal
ifornia ?rup of Figs' to evacuate
the bowels, n" difference what other
treatment Is givt?n.
Sick children needn t be coaxed to
take this harmless "fruit laxative."
Millloca of mothers keep it liandy be
cause they know Its action on the
tomach, liver and bowels la prompt
and aura. They also know a little giv
en todav eaves a sick child tomorrow.
Ask your druggist for a bottle of
"California Syrup of Fies." which con
tains directions for babies, children of
ali aces and for grown nps plainly on
the bottle. Beware of counterfeits
sld here. Oet the genuine, made by
"California Fig Byrtip Company.'' Ad.
Genera! Fedration at Hot Springs
April 3!) to May S.
The opening session will be on the
evening of April ."0 at p. rn.
Official route for Indiana starts from
Indianspolis, 12:17 p. in.; leave S:3I p.
m. arrive at Hot Springs 9:17 a. m.
Ti:re of starting, Sunday April SO,
12.17 p. nr. or Monday. April "nth. same
hour, which do you prefer? If twenty
go at the same hour front Indianapolis
la special through sleeper will be pro
hided. Fare round trip J29.40. and J?.SS
J war tax 131.75
i Lower berth, one night 3.S' and
iioi war tax i.'S
Lower berth on. night, $2 50 and
25c war tax 3-5
Indiana headquarters the Hotel Ar
lington. Fiain roa-n single $3.09, $3 00, $4 P":
with toilet, single, $3.00, $4.00. $5. 00;
with mineral bath (?) $.ni, $5 00. $; f'0.
ro.;bie room $3.C $4.00, $5.00: with
toi'ct. $4 00. 5 00. $.?; with mineral
bath. $5.00. $6.00. $7.00. Cafe In con
nection. The ho'ej committee aks tba r,,.
rtationi be made Chairman Mrs. Km
rr.a Johnson Avery, 61 ; Qataw Are.
Hot Springs, Ark. (There ate oih-r
hotels with cheaper rates)
Shall we have an Indiana dinner th.'s
year at the Bl-enniai"
The following state delegations will
be at the Arllnrton which Is the only
hotel on the Reservation: Massachu
setts, Pennsylvania. Ohio, Indiana and
5eeral inquiries have come to the
press chairman concerning program
work for nest year. It Is suggested
that program committees consult the
outline sent oat by the State Council
cf Defenser or the Extension Depart
ment of Indiana or Purdue University.
Miss Bercholdt of Indiana University
has made an outline which has ben
accepted by the National Council of
Defense. Every subject one could de
sire is in the list on these university
bulletins and are free but postage
should be Included to cover the expense
of mailing. The Reciprocity Bureau
will gladly offer assistance.
The clubs should send the names of
new officers and new programs to the
corresponding secretary of the Federa
tion, Mrs. Lesh of Muncie. i
Thrift Mamp "tilings. V
The Womans Club of South T;3nd
formed the first Thrift 5T;ngi aceo-int
among the women s clubs In thsir clt
Prof. Becker of Notre Darr.e 1n his
recent eddies." urged that a law be pas
sed that, teachers of music be tequired
to have a license before teaching, lie
advocates that more attention be given
to the finer patts.
The progress Club cf South Bend
ha" invested $500 tn War Savings
Stamps for the Permanent Home Fund.
They hope to soon hate $?(" more to
their credit. Every suggestion of the
Conservation Department of the State
Federation 1 receiving enthusiast n
i-upport. A motto "Every worr:an ear
ly a Market Basket" has been placed
on the walls of the riu'o rooms. Pr.
Mou'.ton of Chi'-ago gave an illustrated
lecture on the "Wonders of the II"a
e n s."
The Wvo man's Club of Cannellon has
t imed its club room into a Red Cross
The Woman's Club of Rockport
meets each Wednesday to sew for the
The members of the ?ofiiv of Rock
port are studying so as to be able to
make public addresses.
The Hebrew Society cf EvansvUJe
has adopted a French Orphan.
The Reading Club and the Home Eco
nomics Club of Tell City have shown
their patriotism by signing a pledge
not to use veal during the war.
The American Magazine lei's of th
Opportunity school in Denver, Colora
do, and how the women of that city
provide car fare, clothes and soup for
young Americans who are to make
gtcd. All Penver i" behind the work
of Miss Emily Griffith and the lnti
tut'on that she founded. In connection
with this it Is interesting to note that
the W. C. T. I, of Frankfort serve"
penny lunches to the school children.
On Saturday a fifteen cent lunch is
served which pays the expense cf the
s . t ool lunches.
The Leroy Woman's Club In their
Bed Cross work ha made 1? sweaters.
12 pair of socks. C4 colored bags, i;
pillows. S pair of wristlets, scarfs
1 helmet, and 3 pair of pajamas. Thev
have raised nearly four hundred dol
lars for Liberty bonds and War Sav
Mr". Pickey of Chicago spoke ,- the
women of Miehisan Cty on the Wom
en's War Census which will be taken
in April. Tho Franchise Lacue w?H
work with the Council of V'efense in
the the registration.
Owing to the f ;l shortage the Wom
en'" Club of Salem has not i:sd the
library f-yr a meeting p!a- tlvs win
ter. The papers for the rree:ig thi"
week are on "Ambulance Work" t-i
France and "Florence X'ghtengale."
Salem wtji 'entertain the d strict con
vention next mon'h.
I)r "Nursery Work.
- The Pa : Nurefy Committee ef Mish
awaka Woman's Club has done such
successful work that hereafter if w '-l!
work as an independent or jt.t ri ira ' :on.
Pur ng the past ?csr 3.103 children
were cured for at a total expene of
JIOSS.JS. At the last meeting right of
the Lttle tots entertained with folic
dances. Mrs. ", A Presh ira-e a his
tory of Pa" Nurser.e throughout the
country Miss Carol Eherhnrt is chair
man.. The Association voted to pur
chase fifty Sa-. ings Certificates.
At the last ueeting of the Athenian
and Current Evc-,ts Clubs of Craw
fordsvll'e th" subjects Trie on ?nt
war question. The Twentieth Cen
tury Club enjoyed svsth guests two
amusing- pleys. The Junior Ndl
worker of the Art League held a for-e-
sale Saturday. The proceeds will
be used in war relief work.
The Woman's CJib of -- Albany
has adopted a French orphan. The
Cm-rent Events Club of Jeffe. on? ,1'e
had a Conservation Foorl d uion s t rat -tin
of war blscu's. lima bean loaf
with tomato dres-'ng and l;"dny Wan
stew, the two others being meat ?ub-
itutes to use on meatless dare. Al!
of the programs are on the outline pre.
rired by th Conservation Department
of th Ftate Federation.
j Homes Gn a
a Story &
Washing Won't Rid
Head of Dandruff
The only sure way to get rid of dan
druff is to dissolve it. then you destroy
it entirely. To do this, get about four
ounces of ordinary liquid nr'-'on: apply
it at night when retiring: ue enough
to moisten the scalp and rub it in gent
ly with the finger tips
Do this tonight, and by norning.
most if not ail, of your dandruff will be
gone, and three or four more applica
tions will completely dissolve and en
tirely destroy every single trace of it.
no matter how much dandruff you may
have. . ' .
Tou will find. too. that all itching
and digring of the scalp will stop at
once, and your hair will be fluffy. liu
trous. glossy, silky and soft, and look
and feel a hundred times better.
Tou cap get liquid aron at any drug
store. It is inexpensive and never falls
to do the work. Air,
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OPEN EVENINGS TILL 10 P. M.
OPEH EVENINGS TILL 10 P. NL
TO 1 1
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STORY &. CLARK
88 N O T E SOLO
Regular prices $700,
$350 and $1,C0C,
brjnd new In every
way. The Story A.
Clark Player Piano
must be heard to be
appreciated. To go on
aaie tomorrow at
Easy Payments to
25 ROLLS. BENCH
and DsUvery FREE.
YOUR CHOICE ON STYLES D, A. I6-C SOLO ACTION
STORY & (SLRRH
AS LOW AS
7TRYBER PLAYERS. $385
NEW. Your Own Terms.
I -"v I"""" J
P O RTUNITY.
Then Compare This
Offer Wilh Any Offer
) Will Be Accepted In Patl Payment ol InltlalTayment.
You Can Pay the Balance al Your Own Convanience.
YOU GET 25 ROLLS OF YOUR OWN
Your Old Or
orapui or Piano
Taken In Trade
at a Very Lib
OUR SPECIAL OFFER.
PA YME.VTS THAT ARB EAST Te aalt eaeh eottemtT aeeeretaa
OV GET Preetl Isfirane 1b cue ef death.
TOU GET Relief Insurance that extend. ym es t. wheat .lest r aaesapleyed.
TfOV GET Free FrtTtlegvf Eaehantrtna; Iiitnnist bt time wtthtn am y.ar.
VOt" GET a GninntM that Is aet "A terav f Taper," hat backed by the eaera
on capital of the ifory Clark Co.
Story & Clark A NATIONAL Piano With a NATIONAL Reputation Story & Clark
240 000 American Homes Own a Story & Clark Piano. 60 Years Ago Your Grandmother Owned
a Story & Clark Organ.
$6,000,000 Backs a Story & Clark Guarantee
.rcru.irri BUSIfF-SS A"rn RESPONSIBILITY mes.ni a continuance of that business ajid the fact that etory C!arkhaf, been In
srcCEMFTt 85 7 rn-an. tEat tnev w.li be for many ye-ars to com- Thus a purchasers ris ;n buying a Story A Ciark
" """"w-' T!r-re is rV. value m a Story Clark Warranty.
OUR BARGAIN COUNTER OF USED PLAYERS AND PIANOS TAKEN IN TRADE FOR
U WAm STORY & CLARK SOLO ACTION PLAYERS
Special Offer Tomorrow Player Piano, Music and Bench, delivery free. Terras" a woek f. S192.00
Xorp jrahoKanj' cas, fall SS-notp. fully guaranteed, with music and bench. Th tone cf this piar.o Is swest,anl ronderous. of
which places it Wg& above the price asked.
Player piano Special Offer Tomorrow Music Bench and delivery free. Terms $2 per week $173.00
Player Piano Special Offer Demonstrator. Ropular price $500 S350.00
PLAYER PIANOS OF FAMOUS MAKES TAKEN IN
TRADE FOR STORY & CLARK SOLO ACTION
Special Offer Tomorrow Mas
and delivery free.
Terms $3 per week...
ts f "in Aft f
X0t8The tone ol fnla instrument is
soft and mellow, the action is of stand
ard make, fully warranted. If you are
not prejudiced against a need instru
ment with good reputation, wa would
advise the purchase.
Player Piano Special Offer Tomorrow Musir,
hench anrl delivery free. Terms J2 a week
Xote Mahogany case, full SS-note. fully guaranteed, with mu.-ic
and bench. The tone of this player is sweet and ponderous, of
which places it high above the price asked.
Special Offer Player-Piano, Tegular
price 175. "
Player Piano Special Offer
Regular price $G50.00
WILFRED M. HUGHES, Mgr.
TWO STORES: 582-584 Oakley Avenue
Opposite Postoffice, Hammond, Ind.
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