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THE TIDIES Wednesday. April 5. 1922. COLLEGE YOUTH S NOT FOUND a A LIZARD 1 Ukulele Thmmmers Said kto Be More Than Models For Fancy Clothes. r INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE1 f 'CHICAGO. April 6 The lantcuor- Stems youth, rho lolls in a yellow caroa with, purpla airlpes, thrum mfcff k uleu3lev or who may be ' aaea shaking' & "wicked hoof at ths i-iaetvce) '-halls or t& nation's various iraeatloa resodta, nay poesibly h !as oollere mn. but Richard "Well- Ornrtoa Husfbojid, dean of the- person 'ausfl. department of Dartmouth col ilftg-e, vrtll lay you & wijer of tbou Harto 1 that he. Is not. f : College, men, according- to Hus rfcand, wh.o was the principal In factories, eh-ops, stores, law of fices, banks, newspaper offices, farms, garages, behind soda foun tains and even in pulpits, but only h. small percentage of them id!' through the sumnjor months. The charge that a majority of college students enter institutions of advanced learning because it is a pleasant vvav to apend four year" and father has plenty of money to pay the bills also was railed as a carnard by Dean Hus'.ad. "Sixty per cent of the freshmen." he said, "have formed a pretty good Idea of the vocations they desire to enter after leaving college. Of these, a few change their minds aft er trying out these vocations in their long vacations or after con versations witli us. "The tendency of the modern stu dent,"' Dean Husband continued, "is to overspec'aliSe. It Is a mistaken idea that, left to himself, he will se lect 'snap' courses. We try to send him out with a broad-minded view of things, not merely to lit him to hold down a Jjb.'" IIICOSTA LIVING? MAYBE! ANYWAY GLTOST HAS MOVED srpeair at a. -recent meeting- here of jthe 3Ta.tionaJ Association of the gcrzns of the women, ere not lounge tarda. They do not fritter away &xA.r vacation momenta in frlvol uo pfureults- Ipatead. when the campus close tAaqr-n for the runirner the college tuan 0 per cent of 1.1m, according fto Dean Husband hsarken-s to the xpJl of industry and upends his va riation period turning a horny hand Yj acctiething useful and, incident ally, gainful. They are to be found MINERS IN SHE STATES iffW HIL II U IfIG 3" '5 11 California hctna Into wMch the ghost ot Antisonisii is rrporveo ui kavc iuurd. Msybe it was tba hicosta HvinR hi Nova Scotia, or perhaps the harrassiris: during the recent at tempts to capture it, that caused the Antigxjnish. N. Rhost to move to Eacie Rock. CaL Depaty thenffs have Eearcned the hoase, reported occupied by the trhoat, in vain, but neigh bor, tay they tre sure they caw r hosts lurking around tbe place en several occasions. end in the hard coal soft coal, flelds. At union headquarters continu ance of work by miners in certain riNTERNATlONAL NEWS SERVICEl U,.... , ..,,.., , rN-DlAN-AI01JS, Ind., A pril 5. j - Strike of the fnited Mine AVorkers. !on: accordinsr to all reports received Union officials are not opposed here, continues, to be 100 per cent to continuance of work by negro effective in the, great central com- miners in Alabama, who had long petitive field which produces by far being idle because of difficulties the trreater part of the nation's' in that field. They likewise, it was stated, are'thorlzed to continue work because not opposed to union men working in "West Virginia, storm zone of unionism, where many men have long been out of work. Tennessee miners are considered automatically removed from the union by their action in continuing work, because. It was explained, the United Mine Workers are not a party to the contract in force there. Western Kentuck miners are a.i- , Mll HUUI lJilUI!jlllKM)JJllW fWINTER SPRING j SUMMER FALL. this month NOW TiODAY, do this one little thing that costs nothing. Pick up the telephone, call your Steamfitter or Plumber and say: "What is the price of Arcola with an American Radiator in each room in my house, installed NOW?" Remember to say, "installed fcOW" The NOW is impor tant The diagram at the top of the page shows why. The crowd waits until it is cold in the Fall before install ing heating equipment; then everybody wants his Arcola Installed at the same time. You save yourself time, worry tmd money if you order in the Spring. Arcola costs less this month, NOW, than ever before in its history. X - -1 0s "Sour Steamfitter is waiting for that Telephone Call TJon't hesitate for fear of wasting "your Steamfitter's time. He has much more time MOW than he will have next Fall. Me is waiting for your telephone call; waiting to show you these three great Arcola advantages: 2. Arcola, installed In one room, is connect ed by pipes to an American Radiator in every other room. No more cold rooms; no spotty heat. 2. Arcola gives the same healthful radiator warmth that florists have in their green houses. Dry hot-air is bad for flowers and families too. 3. Arcola cfoes pay for itself in the fuel it saves.Thousands of owners have proved it. ;teTO RfflDICTQR COMPANY I iDEALjBjzilexand AhiE need i I' I III fliA'iaaa a 1 ? IP' i f ii . ioo.soo I WfflKT PNG m, 816 S Michigan Avenue Chicago, 111. This is Arcola a boiler and radiator combined. It is so handsome that you can install it in the living room, or in the kitchen, or down cellar if you prefer. An American Radiator like this stands in every room, connected with Arcola. Arcola can heat the kit chen tank, too, supplying hot water for family use. k0 TT A be3.utiful Arcola book will be'mailed to -K. XjJ I2j vou if vou will send your name to the ad- j - t dress above; and remember your Steamfitter's estimate costs you nothing. Make that telephone call today, NOW. 1 m 1 1; I Ii lilt I 1 mm of an overlapping contract there which has a year to run. A considera'We number of the non-union miners were reported to have Joined tbe strike. The offer of several independent anthracite companies to grant the strikers' wage demands if they would return to work immediately was regarded in union circles today as a decisive victory for the miners. Decision of Kansas operators to cut -wapes in half is unlikely to take any of the striking Kansans back to work 'until the national strike is HetUed, it was believed. Aside from the shotting- affray at Royal. V. Va., where state troops are on guard today, tnere have been no reports of serious attempts at violence in the nation-wide strike. secretary of the All-American Na tional Council which on February 2t. 1922, opposed in full pare ad vertisements in Washington news papers, the Administration treaties then pending in the Senate. "The Vincennes, Ind., Morning Commercial, described Bever'idges World War record as follows: 'Orat ors were in full flow, hut the great constitutional advocate, Mr. Bever idge, was nowhere to be seen. He was invited and urged to come to the front to all of them he bluntly refused and said, 'J am making no speeches now. "Any man who would refuse to .make Liberty Ixan speeches right in the middle of the war Is certainly unworthy of the vote of . the boys who at that very time were fighting in the trenches to preserx-e the pre cious hide of Mr. Beveridge from possible German lash. Where was lleveridge then? Writing pro-German books in the Maine woods. "Bsveridgo wrote a. life of the Kaiser in 1915 and this book was adopted by the German American Alliance as !art of their propagan da, which was exposed by a con gressional Investigation. O yes, Beverldee may get the German vote hut no self-resepctlng Indiana vet eran will vote for him. 1 call on all soldiers, sailors and marines who served during the World War, ss well as all other veterans, to rebuke the pretentions of Beveridge to a seat in the'United States Senate." The waist line has slipped down to tho middle of the hips ar.d is marked only by .loose girdle, gen erally of bright-colored beads, which contrast arreeably with the simple hues of the frocks themselves. In all dresses, whether for morn ing, afternoon or evening wear, there is an underrobe over which flowing draperies are arranged. Sleeves are full and fantastic. They droop from the arm, vtvlth little vignettes cut out from the shoulder, and tighten to the cuf round the wrist. Skirts are gradually lengthening, and while decolletage remains low at the back It is gradually rising in iront. Upholds Right of "Jitney" Busses on Car Line Streets MtTNCIE, Ind.. April 4. Judge L. 51. Coons, in city court here de clared invalid a clause (of a city ordinance preventlnj the operation of jitney busses on streets which street car and interurhan tracks aro laid. The decision was in a rulinar on a demurrer filed by council for a Jitney bus driver, who had been arrested. Judge Coons de clared that cities have the power to regulate traffic but not to prohibit it on public thoroughfares. If You. Are Bothered With Gas NEGLIGEE DOMINATES LONDON'S NEVSTYLE8 LONDOV, April N-egligee carried to the highest degree of art is the dominant characteristic of the Spring fashions. n the stomach and bowels, take Uaalmann's Gaa-Tablets. Baalmann's Gas-Tablets are pre pared especially for stomach as. and particularly for all. the bad ef fects coming from gas pressure. That empty, gone and gnawing teeling at the pit of your stomach win disappear, that anxious and nervous feeling with heart palpi tation will vanish, and you will once more be able to take a deep breath, so often prevented by gas pressing aralnst your heart and chest. Tour limbs, arms and fingers won't feel cold and go to sleep, be cause Baalmann's Gas-Tablets pre vent gas Interfering with the cir culation; that intense drowsiness and sleepy feeling arter dinner will soon be replaced by a . desire for some form of entertainment. Tour distended stoma.ch will reduce, by In ches, because gas does not forni ar ter using BaaJmann's Gas-Tablets. Received . letter and1 Bav-lrnaiin-'s Gi.s-Tablets O. K.. and many thanks for rush order. It was a God-senci that my husband saw vour ad in the San Francisco Examiner. Baal mann's Gas-Tablets surely did won ders lor me. I had a severe case of acute gas tritis. Taken down in the for part of Januay quite suddenly. I was under the doctor's care, but n relief. I had every symptom that you mention in the pamphlet. I vai on the verge of starvation and hesrt failure. Weighed 161 lbs., before taken 111. My skin became parched and clung to the bones. Since taking Baalmann's Gas-Tab-letH I am on the way to recovery: weigh 135 lbs. now; am taking soli tood, enjoynig a drink of water, and ileep well at night. Thanking you for your prompt riess in rushing order. I remain. Kespectfully, MRS. CLARA KURICT:. April 15, 3921. Spreckles, Cal. Baalmann's Gas-Tablets in the yellow package can be had from Summers' Pharmacy. J. Baalmann. (pmit. San Kran-ioo adv. mm WAR RECORD IS SCORNED S'CCIAL TO THE TIMES WASHINGTON, L. C, April 5. The following statement has been made bj( Marvin Gates Sperry, na tional president or the Private Sol diers' and Sailors' Legion: 'All veter.mi in Indiana who vote the republican ticket in the May senatorial primary should be cer tain not to vote for Albert J. Bev eridge, for Beveridge is rot the friend of any veteran and his rec ord during the World War is bad. very bad unpatriotic. In fact. "He has never served the country under arms, though he had oppor tunity to do so. In 189S, when tl war with Spain began. Beveride was about "55 years old. Pid he volunteer? lie did not. During the World War he was over the draft age. hut did he do anything for the Liberty Loan drives or any oth er patriotic work for the United States? He did not. "People have not forgotten Bev eridge's pro-German writfngs. The New York 'Issues of Today." Sept. "1, 1P21, contains an editorial ap pealing for Beveridge's election to the Senate from Indiana, This'pa per is edited and managed by Schrader. Schreiner and Gauthier. good German name. Schreiner is PIMPLY? WELL TBE DON People Notice It, Drive Them Off With Dr. Ed wards' Olive Tablets. A pimply fpee will not embarrass you much longer if you get a pack age of Dr. 1-:1 ward's Olive Tablets. The skin should begin to clear af ter you have taken the tablets a few nights. Cleanse the blood, bowejs and liver with Dr. Edwards' OMve Tab lets, the successful substitute for calomel; there's no rickness or pain after taking them. Dr. Edwards' Oliva Tablets do that which calomel does, and Just as effectively, but their action Is gentle and site instead of severe and irritating. No one who takes Olive Tablets is ever cursod with a "dark brown taste." a bad breath, a dull, listless, torpid liv.M-, bad disposition or pimply fare. Olive Tablets are a purel yveget able compound mixed with olive oil: ycu will know them by their olive color. Dr. Edwards spent years among patients afflicted with liver and bowel complaints, and Olive Tab lets are the Immensely effective re sult. Take one or two nightly for a week. See how j-iuch better you feel and look. 15c and ""c. Adv. Spring cleaning pjOUSE CLEANING time is about here. 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