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-rv ,', 'V i M irarAtnittr whMMr1, jcatrufeK HIS ' , t MaoHErs,DirafiafpafCE IS, -y- -t- -i uuAJmxxa t r - I --" II - fe I . xILS. Sv KW -3 14 u intf r II B in mi P r G Sd!w iLJ :5s25fc. QfcrfP fe Ji i W.W VS?-?TTP3 t H$&k. I SrafaiV i wt-iz-m t uum.jv'r WSW HIGKESTSI Jjt T"S BtUlAJ akes Light, Tasty Biscuits Just let mother call, "Biscuits for TWkfast !'' We're sure there s a treat that cau't be beat m stoic f&r us light, tender biscuits toasty browji and all puffed up with croodness ! For mother is sure of her baking powder vaiuuicu She never disappoints us because bSS m p2H SI T II "llB .' i n I2 $&$ 4T5&8 :r i fs -i m $ BAKIHG'POWBBK never disappoints her. Tt.'.q dependable. Results alwaysAhe same the best. Try . Calumet contains only such ingre dients as have been approved offi- fe ciallyby the U.S.Food Authpnties. You Save When You Buy It. You Save When, Yon Use It ENGLAND CELEBRATES AMERI CAN THANKSGIVING. LONDON, Dec. 2. The Ameri can Thanksgiving Day was celebrated Thursday in England as never be fore. The British people co-operated in the observance of the anniversary and entertained Americans in many places. At all the naval bases the Ad miralty directed that the American naval units be entertained, vfhile the officers and crews of the five Ameri can battle ships in the Firth of Forth were guests on board British warships there. Ill London the program included a football game at Chelsea between teams of sailors and midday dinner at Albert Hall, where 400 British sailors were the hosts of 400 Amer ican tars. The British jackies came from Portsmouth by train and march ed to the hall with a hand. In the morning at the Church for the Army and Navy BisTlop James De Wolf Perry of Rhode Island preached and -read the Bible lesson. CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS. BOLSHEVJEI WATCHED BY IT. GOVERNMENT AGENTS. S. I, ? When you are troubled with indi- estion or constipation, take Cham berlain's Tablets. They strengthen the stomach and enable it to per form its functions naturally. Indi gestion is usually accompanied by xnstipatton and is aggravated by it. Chamberlain's Tablets cause a gentle novement of the bowels, relieving the constipated condition. (adv-jan) Iciest Trunin? Spread of Bolshevik doctrines in the United States has been watched carefully by Department of Justice agents with a view to undertaking prosecutions of the agitation goes be yond legal bonds and develops into sedition, officials declared. Thus far the propaganda has -not reached what officials consider dangerous propor tions, although they look for its con tinued growth among foreign popula tions of cities. In New York and San Francisco the Bolshevik move ment lias become more pronounced than in other cities, officials said. Although the agitation is promot ed partly by a group of former syn dicalists and I. W. W. leaders, inves tigation shows, say government agents it is fostered by a new element of dissatisfied citizens, favoring ab olition of private property rights and development of government by Soviet committees, with' communal control of industry and trade. Agitators ad vocate the retention of present indus trial leaders, officials say, until the Soviet organization can become more familiar with industrial and commer cial processes, when they-propose to take over the management. TheGovernment has no interest in preventing the spread or'development officials declare, until they are trans lated into utterances or acts directly threatening to the continuous orderly functioning of the government. To some extent this Bolsehvik propoganda has been promoted by en emy aliens, and this is one reason for continuation by the Department of Justice of its policy of internments. It was iterated that the department will not disclose the number of enemy aliens now interned or give other in formation considering internment practices until conclusion of peace. SAC3RAMENTO, CAL.f December 2. The death sentence imposed on Thomas J. Mooney, labor leader, has been commuted to life imprisonment, Governor W. D. Stephens announced last week. Mooney was to have been hanged December 13 for the mufcTer of Mrs. Myrtle Irene Van Loo, of Meroed, Cal., one of ten persons killed by a clockwork bomb that exploded in San Francisco during a "Preparedness Day" parade July 22, 1916. Court action ,to save Mooney from the gallows was exhausted by the prisoner, the Supreme Court of the United, States having decided recent ly it could not review the case. Threats of a nation-wide strike in case the Governor' did not intervene had been made in various .parts of the country, and some time ago it was reported that President Wilson had written to the Governor "to see that Moonev suffered no injustice." The taal Judge also had: requested a new trial. Governor Stephen's statement an nouncing the commutation said that in considering the case he had had be fore him "the urgent appeal of the fPresident of the United States that grant commutation." . "Originally, in January of this year," he said, "I received a letter from the President asking me if it would not be possible to postpone the execution of Mooney until he could be tried upon one of the other! indictments against him. "Inasmuch as an appeal already had been iaKen to the Supreme Court of California, which appeal itself acted as a stay of execution, there was at that time no occasion for ac tion on mv nart. I take it that the President was not correctly informe'dj as to the status oi tne case." In explaining why he had not felt called on to act previously, the Gov i nw,i said! "The case as presented t6 the Cali fornia Courts was that of murder, without further evidence of motive than the impossible tenets of an archists, whose sympathies for the German cause in " the war are well known. Their wild pacifist theories fitted into the -'widespread activities of the Kaiser agents in this country. "A number of persons of pro nounced anarchist tendencies were ar- I rested shortly after the explosion, and of these Warren K. Billings was convicted and sentenced to life im prisonment and Thomas J. Mooney found guilty and sentenced to be ) hanged. &o long as the avenues of appeal to the courts remained open to Moon ey and he was availing himself there of, I deemed it improper for execu te authority to interfere.." The statement reviews the case ful ly; and quotes the two messages from President Wilson, in which the action riow taken by the Governor was sug gested. The commutation, says the Governor, reduces the case to the status of that of Warren K. Billings. "I refuse to recognize this case as in any fashion representing a clash between capital and labor," the Gov- eiuui: sam, aim ne cnaractenzea as absurd the propaganda that would make Mooney appear as a martyr to the cause of labor. In support of his statement he quotes a letter from Alexander Berkman, outlining the plan afterward adopted for the Mooney campaign. He denied that Moonev was a true friend of labor and characterized his previous record as such that it did not enlist faithvin him among law abiding citizens, but said in conclu sion that this particular case had been decided on its merits. The two messages sent by Presi dent Wilson follow: The White House, "Washington, D. C, March 27, 198. "Governor William D. S.tephens, Sacramento, Cal.: "With very great respect I Ttake the liberty of saying to you that if you could see your way. to commute the sentence of Mooney it wouldhave a "most heartfelt effect uporf certain .iiibCLiiaiiuiiai auairs wmcn ms exe cution would greatly complicate. "WOODROW WILSON." fc4 - Is what you get if you take the Pu .gazzi Way. The demand for our graduates is much greater than re t" can supply. We court a thorough in- . V-Testigation. "The White House, Washington,D.C, '"3:51 P. M., June 4, 1918. "Hon. William D. Stephens, Sac ramento, Cal.: "I beg that you will believe that I am moved only by a sense or public duty and of consciousness of the many and complicated interests in volved when I again most respectful ly suggest a commutation of the death sentence imposed upon Mooney. I would, not venture again to call your attention to this case did I not know the international sicmificanp.fi which attaches to it. "WOODROW WILSON." fca 15 MAMMA! DON'T YOU SEE YOUR CHILD IS N SICK, CONSTIPATED Lok. At Tongue -.Move Poisons From Liver and Bowels At Once. Send for Booklet 'The Fugazza Way Leads o the Highest Positions" and .you'll be convinced that this is the best school for you to attend. Miss Fugazzi is in her office each day from 9 to 12 and 1 to 5 p. m. to -meet prospective students. Enroll now and be ready to start when the "flu" ban is Taised. Fugazzi School of .; - Business Efficiency is Our Watchword" 3iise Irene Fuzazzi, Principal. Jifr. L. V. Jonas, Ast. J?rihcipf. 118 N. Uvter St.. Secoai Flotr. i Leximetoa. Xy. " Mother! Your child isn't naturally cross, and peevish. See if tongue is coated; this is a sure sign its" little stomach, liver and bowels need a cleansing at once. When listless, pale, feverish, full of cold, breath bad, throat sore, doesn't eat, sleep or act naturally, l has stomach-ache, diarrhoea, re&nem- oer, a gentle liver and bowel cleans ing should always be the first treat ment given. Nothing equals "California Syrup of Figs" for children's ills; give a Tea spoonful, and in a few hours airthe foul waste, sour bile and fermenting' food which is 'clogged in the bowels passes out of the system, and you have a well playful child airain. All - children love this harmlessdeliomuci v "fruit laxative," and it never fails to , enect a good "inside" cleansing. Di rections for babies, children of all ages and grpwn-ups are pUinly print ed on the bottle. l Keep it iandy in your home. A. lit tle given to-day saves a sick' child to-, morrow, but get the genuine. As your druggist for a bottle of "Cali fornia Syrup of Figs," them lookfand see that it is made by tfte 'Califor nia Fig Syrup Company." S (adv) Have started .their buying by Setting useful presents Rocker or other pieces of Furni ture that will please the family. Get; the Habit of Giving Something Good, ' BHfkf' iHMSr ' Do Your - GHf ' I-fefriHKF S CHRISTMAS' llH I Ir'FpMl ; shopping lK BMfllHi early . WKmimk MOOtl. 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(adv) I 1 m Uruguay is the littlest SoutIi,Amer ican republic. Next to .the? Belgian the American .colon v Triors iT T -T-- F"rat, uui xjveijr-jaouer- lcan in Urguay average, a monthly subscription - of $5.00 'in American gold to the Red Cross. iiaistiggSJijEggggygaggg:; '"!' l'"M u Best Canned Soups per canl 1 0c Scudders Maple Syrup -, per-half- gal $ 1 .24 Pancake Flour per package 1 5c Irish Potatoes. ; 3c " Sweet Potatoes perpojand 4c " Cabbage v per pound 3 1-2c York Imperial Apples- er peck 65c Grimes Golden Apples per pe.ck, . .. 90c New Mince Meat per-packaee- 1J2c H This .mince meat is, sweet ened readyfof use, See my line of Purei Fruit Prt-serves. i MRS. ELLIS' CASH AND CARRY GROCERY 0ppoite; Court. Hons.e ww..M.raM It is' Time To Be Thinking About Heat For the Winter COAL IS SCARCE You-will have to depend largely on gas. We have" a full line of the celebrated r Wilson Odorless Heatem- to select from, Start early. LOWRY&MAY KSXSXSiXBKB M BBK K"i :: . , W. 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