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A Single Remedy Often Cure* Many Diseases r.v valkxtivk mott, m. d. a list o i digestion. new«n« th n thu print them II. I*' 1 and am. ft not di honte or c it is n»edt*d, a », Dys d so are 'n h itnbutisl j nptom, wmon ; r ne»n, nrrvounnewi, «. üleepk*Mmcia«, n& when nrglerted, in throat disrnse*, ti »dt*» in courI ir hi ti* and * -h. bi en more da niter* And all tbmc disorder* he had Ö1 arise Is-cause the food n 1 not properly digested Tt is plain even to a . __ j* are t tting up . ondition in Dr P iarh. child that relief and curt only bi in the Stomach. e of ItufTnlo, N. of \! r!> r »\ c,,n ; * number oi '«Mt'hb rrowths into a temperance remedy for initeestion, and called it j Golden Medical Discovery. It is probably thr- roost erti<.nun dix-ovcry ev«*r made ! in medicine, for the lint of people all over | world * ho hfcve had t hew count le«» ills V Medical l>i™ overy make. an ama/in* tot si of thou ssnd. I know of no advice better than thin: 'it h t It wit) «how yon better than I can tell you what it v Wh.n takln. Golden Medical I>cl ean rent, aanured of one lery impôt tant thing - it contain, neither alco hol nor opiate,, bat standard root curative proper!a aafe medic afford to take Headers other perfumes su One of the Cuth-ura Toilet IJegin a home treatment today go.sl vegetable medicine ■i.. coin There is nothing i * and h«Ths that po*MT s of a high order. ? is the only kind you van FORM! AS BW fc ? t»«M: tumoBl, Oe r WIX 1V1 I" , ni *■ . W»m4: formol, -a. OKI KL St »-1-t.V. Park, Salat LanU Had Heard Hei Before. "HoeslTt her singing move you?" It did once, when I lived In the ad Joining Hot." Freshen a Heavy Skin With the antiseptic, fascinating Cut! cura 'Talcum 1'owdcr, au exquisitely scented convenient. ('ConomJnil face, kkln, hahy and dusting powdor und perfume. perfluou*. Ointment, Tul< uin).—Adv. A tiMiii many |n'»»plr lonj: to ho rich hut who don't know how to 'pend they have pro|MMiy. A man musi 'land erect, not lie kept d hers.— Ma reu s Au relias, I» erec FRANTIC WITH PAIN Lon; Suffering From Kidney Trouble Sore Than Words Can Describe. Doan's Brought Health and Happiness. Mrs. Anna Thoraon, 'iOn South St., Stamford, Conn., nay». "I hadn't any more strength than a child, and after ' back iiurt me more and icudache* were mi bad it MWeepiae mv more My n aa my skull were being torn / into »bred, and I Â ioae ■ track of everything ■ and be in a atupor * for hour«. I felt 1 j had to keep going or ' mind and I *•*■> , 'j Ioae my kept up often when I trembled all with weakneni. My feet were «» ollen and every bone in my body «eeuied to aehe. My tingvra got almost a, rigid aa piece* of wood and th* knuckle, •welled. The kidney aecrelion, dark colored, »canty and terribly burning. 1 aufTrred more than word, can describe. I v 7 r' over Mr*. Tkonoa were I finally begun u,ing l>oan'i Kidney Fill» and 1 believe with all my heart that they kept out of the grave. I nm well and happy after going through enough pain to drive me frantic. Doon'i saved niy life." hTcorn lo before me this J3lh day of Sept*, 1915. me BENJAMIN M. AYRES, Notary Public. C»1 Dosa', «t Any Stora, 80c * Box K1DNCT FILL! tOSTLR MILBURN CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y. DOAN'S D, 3. CONGRESSMAN HP^i V rmne I Ijf\Ll ima ®****'*^ QTflM/lPU D EI ICC ÜlUmHÜn ne uer Joseph Taggart, M. C., from Kansas, Declares EATONIC Beat for indigestion He Ever Used. A coagfVBstustt hrsrs a*ny • rgum«ot« fur ainl agalust 414 rvut prt>poBl(luiJS HI« m.u \ i » >'wu t'QKkilua. br raats bla vota y tttaJurv b« iu«Ut* »vliWuc« (hat. wtigbl, carrlv« tw> 1 1 1 H ' ' * ca*# at "BATON ' pb Taggart Lf**«iftîUari fr.* m lo u ■ <*( Kao» . a trial at tfc# would fur s ■•itdiMlv# «1*1"» sad du vital he »ell* >cu. f F.iT»J.MO will coavte*# hiaMi Clt », j i ' ■> « Bk»|>tu-a ; It t# tb# remedy fur ltiili|MtluS Ite MJEni TAGO AKT. t"0 . Kau*. •b ir >uhlc la cauartl by too naitl. M C- 2d K su DUt , K u th j u* #xc«*«# setdtfy stt<I Too ! ikf an«] dig*«! It fc««M tU« »tuzuaefc T ' « ( it JO n est » I« of ptffrrt Uifrti serrai RATONIO (ikm up th# driiHi tb# out of V**# b-A) -so,! (U Co#t# only a c«*oi or iwu a 0«r a bo* today from your • ; • tn I 'ere'» tii# •«•i *i* i • arltb It «I« ■ Old Folk's Coughs be reUrred prom|Kiy by Fiso'i. Slo\m tiirant tickle; relier«* irritation. The remedy 1* »ted by more than fifty years of use is PISO'S (STABILIZED PRICES SCHEME OF BOARD I I I FORMAL LEVELS OF PRICES AND WAGES SOUGHT BY THS U. S COMMERCE COMMITTEE. « I I I j Purpose Ol Board I« tv f>,v#ig Acout trie Operation of Laws of Supply ] and Demand Interferred With by Process of War. Wfurtiingtoii. (.'onij»I«l Ion of Uh* p«»r 4oiiin*l of tin* liiduxt rial board of llio IfliM-li » of <*(WllllfTri\ lou r »dlifl with th«* j »lu ii of thu hoard for ImMieniiitf Mm? return of prlpim and wagea to a normal lavel, wan announced Sunday Ihroiikli tin* council of natlofiul do* Associated with George N. Peek of Moline, III., a former tnetnher of the . . . . , . , . vv,4r »""dtdrio* »* rtmlriimn of , * M * n, ' w organluutloli, are Samuel T. Kush of t'ôliimhus, O. ; Anthony Garni- I 00!tf« comiulsMloner of immigration; ThomitH K. Glenn of Atlanla, Ga. ; f -, k , ... U " " J ' ,W " S "* Mer " I,l,U ' 1 i. Powell of Clnrlnimli und Wlllluni M, Hitter of West Virginia. To Fix Price Levels. The chief purpose of the new board, it was announced, Is to bring about the operation of Ihe laws of supply and de mand. Interfered with by the process of war. To this end conferences will be held with representatives of the chiefs of industries "to decide on prices to he offered to the tuition as the gov. era men tally approved Judgment on a price scale low enough to encourage buying and the resumption of normal activities." "As soon us a stable and wholesome scale of prices Is achieved," saht the announcement, "the cost of living will have so far been reduced as to create automatically reductions In the price of labor without Interfering wltb American standards and Ideals for the treatment anil living conditions of la bor and thus the last Inflating element will have been withdrawn from prices. II 1 H believed that Industries will agree that the cost of living must be substantially reduced before labor should he asked to accept lower wages, and thus industry should stand. Ihe first shook of readjustment." 9 SPARTACAN OUTBREAK FAILS. ! Blood and Iron Policy Overcomes Ter rorists of Hunland. Herlln. lllooii und Imp once more have proved an efficacious cure for terrorist outbreaks in this capital. With utter nillilessness, working on Ow theory that no price In lives Is too high lo pay for saving the father land from anarchy and chaos. War Minister Noske has put down the .Hpnrtueiiu rebellion, and Herlln Is quiet and orderly again, though some of Its principal streets and squares re semble the bloodiest battlefields of France. The past week was the worst in the city's history. Red Cross to Extend Activities. New York. Plans for organization j i f an iutermilloilal Red Cross, to be 1 led by the American Red Cross In a grent peacetime campaign to prevent disease, relieve suffering und "make the world what the war was fought for— a better place to live in," wus minut'd by I>r. Livingston Pnrrnnd, newly appointed chairman of the cen tral committee of tlit* American Red Cross, ai a conference of (Atlantic division chapter delegates here Satur day. Wdl 'Keep Some Drafted Men. Washington. Retention within tlie army of nliout Jtm.tNN) men, obtained thnaigh the drafts and h,v transfer from tlie ntitiolml guard. Is planned by the war department in building up a lemporary military establishment of he nation. This was definitely made known Saturday by General March, •Itlef of slaff. c«,... Saloniki. Hiilgartiins a tv Munition big Greek reshlenls of recovered ter * .'Stories In western Thrace and are ! usklitg lluni lo make urltteu dechir billons befor«* Ihe mayors of various towns that they are Hiilgarlans, It is reported. Noted Sportsman Dead. New York. Martin Julian, who iiiiiimgcd and seconded Ids brother-in- ! law, the late Bob I'ltziliiunous, when lie »on the heavyweight clitimplonshlp from James J. Corbett at Carson City I twenty-two veins ago, dlc<l at his homo III Brooklyn, March 7. after a brief : ; Hungary H.i* Volunteer Army. Du<in|H»4t.—Tin* iluuiftirifui |ft»vt*rn- j intMit httH »ImiHmIuhI ihfohl army or^HU- ! i Kitt lull. A \t»luiii**t»r nrniy of six til vi üiuiiü liuti 4»»»t*it fonm»»i. Thousand Casualties in Berlin. London. according to j I," -Ml",,... o. 'bc .MMuiities """le by the Wolff bureau, the lending news agency of (iernmny. "inomlo and physical ruin by I ir Louis 1 Dublin, a stutisielan "f . N-« 1 m. Jus, returned from a .. »urvuy of Duly, (• rot*t*e, Serbia uti»i Juiro Slavla. i One thousand persons i ere klllt-d or wounded III the fight - i ing in Berlin last week. Serbia Ruined by War. Serbia was (lcHprib»*»! ns New York. bout aa ♦* *7he . 'Weariit Av Tteptfeei* J* L m i *■ .as*: I 'A r~, / 1) ■ - & Sophie E-Rodford Juat a little Bplosh of color, Bure It brlKhtena up the day! Drab the world would be, and duller, But for good Bt. Patrick's day! Who la be who would be «cornin' When the shamrock Million at him, With this fiood &t. Patrick's moroln' Pull of kindness to the brlnt? IS OLDEST NATION I RKI.aND Is the oldest Kuronenn nation. The lia Mali, or stone of fate, was believed to be Identical with the stone on which Jacob laid his head. The Tuuthu de Dnnann brought H to Ireland by wny of Nor way. They were called the Tribe of God and were looked upon as super human because of their great attain ments in artistic and scientific suits. s..'UT AH who are skilled in the use of musical Instruments ; those who are glfled In t,bc arts of divination and enchantment—such are tue sons of the descendants of the Tuuthu de Uanuun." About 300 or SIX) years Inter another tribe from the same stock and called Gaels came from Egypt by way of Spain to Ireland. Their queen was \ I >4 \ ' \T I v 1, : rc* ■i f -- ' a:..** • Ï 'Tv, m : Old Monastic Ruin. minted Scotia and when she separated from tlie king her followers were called Scots. At first they gave the name of Scotland to Ireland and was so 'escribed for many.centuries. They and the l'iets colonized north Britain and gave tiie name Scotland to it. The Piets came to Ireland shortly after the landing of the Gaels. These Gaels had lost r. great many men In a stormy voyage from Spain and thf widows were married to tlie Piets, who had no women with them. Tarn's I tails continued to lie the sent of government down till the Christian ern, when it fell into disuse because of a curse that was placed upon it by St. r-xton. Çç/ïr Patricks <J?rL frr / L î h /// l / a Glin V&t Goc* b'îss Ireland! We love her for hei sins and her virtues. Her sins are the blunders of a zeal for freedom, and her virtues are the sweetest flowers that ever grew in human heart. We love Ireland for the quaint beauty of her speech; the fertile charm of her fancy; the heedless fire of Iter blood. \ : We love the romance and magic gf her; daring and courage of her; the uncompromtstng idealism . • ■ m T, 8 ' ' rlay she never ipse faith in God and the fairies. May her harp never j be stilled, nor her voice silenced. May she prosper in field and in loom f Uy she h we the courage of right and the pa „ef.ce of wisdom ^ . > , ,, j bless Ireland» I TREATY Of PEACE TO BE SIGNED IK APRIL DRAFT WILL BE READY BY END i OF MONTH, DECLARES BRITISH PREMIER. When Germans Are Summoned to Paris, They Will be Invited to Sign the Treaty Without Any Discussion. London. I'rHiilrr Lloyd G**orfft* mid Korolun SorrciHn I'nlfoitr hnwe î word to tlielr rollriunmx here tluil flu peart* »Ml IlM it ntid<'i'Nimids. eilt •onforcnco Inis nearly complet work. I In* Kvenih# News Mays The draft of the peace treaty already has lieen Hidslmd and will he signed before the end of March. When the Germans are summoned lo Purls, tin? .Vows udds, the treaty will lie rend to I lient und they will he invited I ■ There will he no liseiissiiin with ii view in ulterulions sign it. nf the î irin.'l î ui I articles of ihe treaty. Il il is thought necessary, questions involving the udjustineut of details will he referred to slon. The decisions of Ihe various home 'innmissions of the peace con ference are he lay' framed in nccord • III e with ihe Instructions of the su preme council for speedy action by the conference and it is expected that all tlie reports will he completed by the end of the week. The commissions have been (old that when they could not agree they should submit tile re ports of various viewpoints, leaving? it lo the council to make a decision. American members, it is re ported, have been coldly judicial and without favoritism, thereby Incurring; criticisms from partisan claimants al most daily. The decision of the council lo limit ocrnmny to a volunteer twelve-year army Is regarded by the Americans as likely lo lead lo consideration by Ihe League of Nations, when It takes up tbi' subject of the limitations of arma ments, of the policy of a general pro hibition of conscription armies in all nations. This is on the theory that the great expense of regular long term armies will be such as to auto matically keep down militarism. special commis '•'•rv The BRYAN FAVORS COVENANT. But Suggests Some Amendments That Would Preserve Monroe Doctrine. Washington. Hryiin issued a statement here March 10, indorsing the league of nations, hut suggesting amendments to the pro posed constitution which, among other William Jennings tilings would preserve specifically the Monr doctrine, enlarge I lie propor tionate voting power of the T'nited States and make it clear that each member nation might decide for itself whether It would support decrees of the league's general council. RUSSIANS TURN CANNIBALS. Human Flesh Sold to Starving People of Revolution Torn Country. Washington.—Chaotic conditions in Russia, particularly in Petrograd and Moscow, were described In reports re ceived by the slate department. The depths to which the country had been plunged by Holsheviki rule was said by Ihe advices to be indicated in n report from Moscow saving that human flesh Imd been sold to the famine-stricken imputation by Chinese soldiers, who Inter were arrested. Radio Phone Used by Daniels. Washington.—- Secretary I>nniels on Tuesday talked by radio telephone with Knslgn Harry Fngenwater in a navy flying hunt en route from Washington to Hampton Roads. Communication was established at a distance of more than 130 miles, by far the longest trans mission of radio telephone signals with an airplane in flight ever achieved. New York's Budget Heavy. Albany, X. Y. It will cost X e'w York State approximately $!XUHHI.ihk) —the largest amount In the history of the common«ealtli—to administer Ils affairs during the next fiscal year. Approximately IKO.tHHl.Ofk) of this total will he for construction work to help take eure of the unemployed. Dry Towns Join Wet Column. Boston.—Returns from eleven towns that voted Tuesday on the question of Issuing liquor licenses show that eight •■hanged from dry hr wet. Two of the towns, Weymouth and ilinglmm. have been no license places for more than a quarter of a century. Unemployed Will Not Parade. lUiffalo, N. Y TIhmv wen* no in (lifUtliUh Tuoxiny i.lmi nil nttt*mp( would ht» ntud(* to hohl tilt* |mrti»le oi* uneinphtytHl for which tin* oit.v HUttior iftt»s rt'fusiMl lo issu»* n ponnit. Amelia Barr, Authoress. Dead. New York.—Amelin K. Barr, the authoress, tiled here March 10, Mrs. B,,rr - " " ns n few days of ss v, ' ,irs s,,rf, ' r, '' 1 11 M1 " stroke last July :imI never completely : milk'd from its effects. Recapture of Riga Denied, Copenhagen - The recently reported recapture by Germans of Riga, on the Baltic coast, is den . I, I. Berlin dis i« 1 "' 1 * T "** inmps, it is stattMl, lire still a eon sidomhle distance from ULra. W V( ►V VV •TPS! A fi 9 Hlfl WRIGLEYS 8 The Flavor Lasts All three kinds sealed in air-ti£ht. impurity proof packages. Be SORE to get WRIGLEYS AFTER EUERV MEAL \ «• 4 T gw ft* mb 4 0 A Natural Question. "When I was a little lad." self-sntis fledly said the portly plute, "my good j mother used often to say to me. 'C.v rus, be honest and save your money.' " "Alt, yes!" returned old Festus l'es ter. sus City Star. And which did you do?"—Kuu Its Sound. "I nm always on the qui vive when motor." "is that a new make?" r xuubanteeo to satisfy £ OB VOUP MONEY BACK ,V ' A W ft ► •4 1'. Your Nose Knows M e All smoking tobaccos use some flavoring. The Encyclopaedia Britannica says about the manu- f facture of smoking tobacco, "... on the Continent and in America certain 'sauces are employed.... the - of the 'sauces' is to improve the flavour and use burning qualities of the leaves.'' Tuxedo uses chocolate —the purest, most whole and delicious of all flavorings! Everybody some likes chocolate—we all know that chocolate added to anything as a flavoring always makes that thing still more enjoyable. That is why a dash of chocolate t ' added to the most carefully selected and properly aged hurley tobacco, makes Tuxedo more enjoyable— Your Nose Knows ii Try This Test: Rub a little Tuxedo briskly in the palm of your hand to bring out its full aroma. Then smell it deep—its delicious, pure fragrance will convince you. Try this test with any other tobacco and we will let Tuxedo stand or fall on your judgment— * 4 \our Nose Knows" I** V ■ ; Tha Perfect Tobacco for Pip« and Cigaratta IMflONPONATCa ' ;V', Sä® ment? Hocker —One that is locked before the horse is gone. -— The Test. Knicker —What is a stable govern The Idea. "What is running in Jimps' maga zine just now?" "I think, too much fugitive poetry." II is better to be up with the lark than down with the measles.