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Vit2ST.Y i:Vi:IX(. MAItCH li OUCH! CORNS! RADICALS WOFiK l'LACL CONKEKLNCfc GUIDL. 1 IFT CORNS OFF together to Oil . . I. VV. W.. Anarchists and Rad ical Socialists Attempting An Amalgamation. Doesn't hurt a bit to lift sore, touchy corns off with finders V"! Magic! Drop a littlo Frcfzone ii a bot hcrt-ome orn. instantly th:it rn Mops hurting, then you lift it ruht off. No pain: Try it. A few i tit-, buy.s a tiny bottle of ''izonf at any drug store. This is -uMi-ii nt t r i 1 your f -l of every 1 1 . 1 1 1 crn, soft coi n, or corn be i'.o fii the tos, also all calluses. anl without thi" slighter soreness or irritation. It docJi't hurt at all! I'rcrzon is the magic ether dis covery of the Cincinnati Genius. Advt. ij VASHIN(iT)X. M.nv!) 11. Mail' matter sei-d s-iri- the sinin of the. armistice has dielo-.- 1 t'rit the I. W. V., anarchists, radical so.'ialits, j rut others are "perfecting an amal gamation which his for its object, the overthrow of the American K '- ( ernrnvnt through a bloody n-volu- lion." :ml tho f stahlishment of a , bolshevik republic, according to a rnemora nd tini sent to the senate pro paganda committee by Solicitor j Innar of the po.Molüce department Th- memorandum was nvide public '. today by tho committee and Chair man Ovt rm:in s.tid it would le read into th" record tomorrow. Declaring that in boNhevi.sm the radical elements of tho country had. for the lirst time "found a common i cau. upon which they can unite." .Mr. Lamar -ud Iiis information ' showed that propaira nda against the government was being conducted with treat regularity and that its ; magnitude could be measured by the "bold and outspoken statements found in tho literature." Accom-i pa nyin his memoianduin were sev ral hundred excerpts from mail j natter showing the trend of the pro- j oaganda. These will be made pub- later. Particular reference was made by 1 the solicitor to the activity of the dissatisfied foreign element in the rountrj, hut he said perhaps the I. V. Y. was the most active in the dissemination of the propaganda be i ause '"it has at its command a large held force known as recruiting agents', subscription agents, etc., who work unceasingly in the furtherance of 'the cause.' " Mr. Lamar's memorandum, to which was attached a list of news papers printed in English and for- I i i i ol ' ' V if' Cr , . . y '; : V .. v. -; : . . - ::- . ... . I S fer' Mfä Üfzn ciiihc C Jv" -'".- , .V ".-:. . : . Yl , J I American frovf rnment" and as a con- J sequence the American ambassador i thought it wise to rna'ce a public an- ; r.c.uncement that statements comins? from other ou:- s than th- Ameri can t-mbass were not authorized. Mr. Hoblr.s submitted to the com mitter ccpie c:"iblecrrams which he '.jv-cl betwe n Ambassador Fr-iPri ::i'l th.e state department, and ttitcrams nnl letter-- which he ;j.ert'-d v.-ere sent h.m by the am-b".ss?.bu-. Tip witness explained thit his p'irpo.-c ;.i offerinsT thes document was to show that at all I times his relations with the amnassa ! dor were v.-iluod and cordial arid I ihat h" ;' authorized by Ambassa- dr l'rancis t,. maintain contact with ; the boisheviki. CK RESPOiE FROM GERMANY Wilson's Plan for a League of Nations Meets Approval of Germans. Bell Phone 582. Store Hours: Home Phone 5582. 8:30 a. m. to 5:30 p. m.; Saturday 9:30 p. m. C HARLE to, Six P Company J14 South Michigan Street, Near Washington Ave. This Business was Built On These Foundations They have been the foundations or this business and thev are safe for years to come. since the iV'Jnniiu 1. not. 4. m 3. One absolutely fixed price, plainly marked for all to bee. Trustworthy goods only, the kind we can recommend. Welcoming: people to the store whether they are ready to lIV n! Taking back purchases that didn't prove satisfactory. Establishing fair and agreeable relations between store and cu- nERMN, Feb. 10. (Correspond ence.) Pres't Wilson's plan for a loacriie of nations has found quick response in the heart of tho German ' nation and lias stimulated their faith I according to Philip Ifcineken. direc tor peneral of the North German Lloyd Steamship company. tomer with complete satisfaction and confidence on both sides. cure framework upon which can be j erected all common peace activities, j "Amonpr these activities I count as j foremost the earliest possible re- j i sumption of tho cordial and lont: ; German shipping- interests unanl- I standing economic relations whicn j the ; Girt guides uct as njesst-uijerb ut the peuco conference. 1 hey are at tired In a neat costume of military cut and carry despatch boxes. Tbey are the delisnt of Paris. 1 i HAIR COMING OUT? for Pains m t acii I'ut a steaming hot towel over the painful spot to open the rorei; then rcti with Omepa Oil. Quick relief uully t.illuwi thi simple trcitnaeQt. CATARRH For head or throat Catarrh try the vapor treatment Dandruff causes a Coverish irrita j tion of tho scalp, the hair roots ; shrink, loosen and then the hair comes out fast. To stop falling hair at once and rid the scalp of every particle of dandruff, Ket a small bot tle of Danderine at any druv; store for a few cents, pour a littlo in your hand and rub it Into the scalp. After f-everal applications the hair stops coming out anil you can't anu any dandruff. Advt. 6P0RU 'YOUR eODYGUARIT-30f.60 i i 12Q 1 7 If J f JJ J Jf k Cuticura Soap is Easy Shaving for Sensitive Skins Th New I'p'loWtlt Cotlcura Method Breill ii tig MM if Hs Acid-Stomach Steals Strength and Good Feelings From Millions One of tho rcorst features of acid : tomach is that very often it literally : tarves its victims in tho midst of -lenty. And the stranpe thinp: . bout it is that the people w'ih acid : tomachs seldom know "what their ; ouble really is. No matter how Rood cr wholesome foovl may be. or how much they at, they do not pain in strength, 'lhis is clearly explained by the act that an acid-stomach cannot properly digest food. Instead of liealthy, normal digestion, the excess ; ciil causes the food to sour and fer rient. Then when this mass of sour, fermented food, charged with excess :.cid, passssinto the intestines, it be c . mos the breeding place for all kinds of perms and toxic poisons, which in tarn are absorbed into the blood and : this way distributed throughout the entire body. And that is exactly why it is that so many thousands of poople cat ar.d eat and keep on eating ;.nd yet are literally starving in the .r.idst of plenty. Their acid-stomachs ake it absolutely impossible for cm to get the full measure or nour ; hment out of their food. And it ioesn't take long for this poor nour : hment to show its ill cflects in a weakened, emaciated body. You m a V sa y : M y s t omach doe sn ' t ?.urt me. That may be true because many victims of acid-stomach do not r.ctually suffer stomach pains. Then ; ain, there are millions who do sutler r.U kinds of aches and pains head aches, rheumatic twinges, pout, lum bago, pains around the heart and in the chest who never dream that an acid-stomach is the real cause of tho trouble. Naturally, the sensible thing to do is to strike right at the very cause of this trouble and clean the excess acid out of the stomach. There is a nuick, easy way to do this. A wonderful new remedy quickly removes the excess acid without the slightest dis comfort. It is EATONIC. Made in the form of tablets they are good to cat just like a bit of candy. They literally abicrb the injurious excess acid and carry it away through the intestines. They also drive the bloat out of the body in fact you can fairlv feel it work. Make a testof EATONIC in your own case today. Get a big box of EATONIC from your druggist. See fbr vourself how surely it brings quick relief in those painful attacks of indipestion.bitterheartbum, belch ing, disgusting food repeating, that awful bloated, lumpy feeling after eating and other stomach miseries. Banish all your stomach troubles so completely that you forget you have a stomach. Then you can eat whac you like and digest your food in com fort without fear of distressing after effects. If EATONIC does not relieve you.it will not eet you one penny. You can return iL to your druggist and get your money back. So if you have the slightest question about your health if you feel you are rot getting all the strength out of your food if you are not feeling tip-top, ready for your work, full of vim and vigor do givo EATONIC a fair trial this very day and see how much better you will f eel. T A K E I - A K FOR YOUR ACID-STOMACH )Y eijrn lanfiruares alleged to be regu larly conducted and published by tho T. V. Y., said in part: "This propaganda is being con ducted with such regularity that its magnitude can be measured by the bold and outspoken statements con tained in these publications, and the efforts made therein to inaugurate a nation-wide reign of terror an.l overthrow the government. "In classifying these statement-, they are submitted in a major or general class as follows: "I. W. W.. anarchistic, radical so cialistic and socialist. round Common Cause. "It will be seen from these ex cerpts and it is indeed significant that this Is the tlrst time in the his tory of the so-called radical move ment in the United States that thes-.' radical elements, have found a com mon eaue (boishrvism) in which thev can all unite. The I. W. W.. anarchists, socialists, radical and j otherwise, in fact all dissatisfied j elements, particularly the foreign ol- j ement, are perfecting an amalgama tion with one object, and one object only in view, namely the overthrow of the government of the United States by the means of a bloody rev olution and the establishment of nolshevism. "The I. ,Y. V. is perhaps most ac tively engaged in spreading this propaganda and has at its command a largo field force known as recruit ing agents, subscription agents, et.. who work unceasingly in the fur therance of the 'cause. " I'll bl il to New pa jvrs. "This organization also publishes at least five newspapers in the Eng lish language and nine in foreign languages, as show in the list given below. This list comprises only offi cial papers of the organization and does not take into account the large number of free lance papers pub lished in the interest of tho above organization." The newspapers listed were: The New Solidarity, English, week ly. Chicago: One lüg Union, English, monthly, Chicago: Industrial Union ist, English, weekly. Seattle; Cali fornia Defense Ilulletin. English, weekly, San Francisco; The lieb. 1 Worker. English, bi-monthly, New York; La Nueva Solidaridad, Span ish, weekly, Chicago; Goles Truzent.i. Russian, weekly, Chicago; Id Nuevo Rroletario. Italian, weekly, Chicago; Nya Varlden. Swedish, weekly, Chi cako: Der Industrialar Arbiter, Jew ish, weekly. Chicago: I'robuda. Bul garian, weekly, Chicago; A Felz Rn dulas, Hungarian, weekly. Chicago. The information furnished by M1. Lunar coincides to an extent with the statements reiterated today by Raymond Robins, former head of the American Red Cros to Russia, when he again appeared before th" committee. primarily to answer statements concerning him made Saturday by David R. Francis, American ambassador to Russia. Overthrow All Clmernmcnts. Mr. Robins insisted that it was the desire of the bolshevists to over throw all the governments of tln world and in their place set up ter roristic governments similar to those in Russia. He said he did not know of his own knowledge that bolshe vists from Russia actually were en gaged In trying to accomplish this purpose in the United States, but that he was convinced certain peon!-' here were engaged in propagating bolsheviki ideals. "The I. V. UV he said, -has been doing it for 20 years." In reply to questions Mr. Robins said he did not know whether bol shevit ag nts were being sent into South A r.-.eric t. bjt he agreed with S n. King -f '"tab, that it w,is quite probable tho RnaUn rcsis -waxxlA mously share with the rest of the German people of all parties and callings the unswerving conviction that they did not put its money on the wrong card when in good faith it proposed the armistice based on the 14 points of Pres't Wilson's pro gram, notwithstanding the humili ating and onerous conditions im possed in the operation of the truce." said Mr. Heineken. "The president's program not only proposes a just liquidation of this I most terrible of all wars, but it en deavors to definitely remove all por ' sible causes for fresh eoniticts. W51 j son's declaration 'the league of na , tions must be the eye that will watch ! over the common interest of all na tions' linds quick response in tho I German nation, and has served to j further stimulate its faith. To b" ; uro the recent compact entered into I by the German gov ernment eontain ! ed some rather uncomfortable sur i prises in respect to the temporary of German tonnage. Ru : so Ion? joined Germany and United States, especially through j Rremen,' continued Mr. Heineken. ! "When that will again become an j accomplished fact, after the signing ' of the peace instrument, thes.e two opponents who faced each other n I gruelling battle in the course of j which they mutually learned respect ; ; of each other will again stretch out ! ' their hands in friendly competitive endeaor and in their joint efforts restore to trade and commerce those j rights which international ties ac- j cord to them." CITIZENS BANK & TRUST CO. Safety Deposit Boxes $1.50 per year. go IF YOU HAD M MFfiff " V AS LONG AS THiS FELLOW. SORE THROAT Wz Jrances fiywd Ap(rsi far Wome i AIL I DOWN ' 11T0HSILIIIE WOULD QUICKLY RELIEVE I r Wi tilt CSUGvCO COMMUNISTS ATTACK PARLIAMENT HOUSE undertake to aid any radical groups wherever operating-. Turning to Ambassador Francis, testimony last Saturday, Mr. Robins denied that he had gone to the head quarters of the bolshevists in Fet- 1 surrender rograd. asked about their principles ! the merchant 1- wont to look ahead and indicated his approval of them. He also denied that he had eve. pretended to represent the American government in Russia. Ambassador Francis told the committee he hat! heard Mr. Rolens was spoken of in Moscow as the "mouthpiece of the he calculates well in advance thnt the condition imposed by the armis tice is but a passing condition whil-? pence will be enduring." Mr. Heineken is convince.! that the league of nations will afford a firm foundation and a strong and se- j RASEE. March 11. Communists 1 attacked the parliament house at ! Rudapcvst on Saturday night, accord ! ing to a dispatch by the Basel Nach ' richten. Several banks and govern ! ment buildings were under attack : but government troops defeated th : communists and drove them out ! the city. A Jewelry Store for All the People, CLAUER'S Michigan. Near Washington. I of Advertisers make profits from volume not prices. I THE STORE FOR MEN WASHINGTON AVENUU j "SÜLL SAVJlliö" r Eyoo Examined by H. LELYIONTREE fth Ba4'a Lmdlo OptotrwiJls Z2t SOCTU KICHIQAjr IT. 3z: The Last audi Final 3 day Auction of the Entire Warehouse and Surplus Stock o YTTT 7 Ti egams W edine 2RMo Consisting of Buffets, Dressers, Chiffonieres, Beds, Springs and Mattresses, Dressing Tables, China Closets, Extension Ta- bles, Chairs, Rockers, Davenports, Ranges, Heating Stoves, I Library Tables, Book Cases, Stands, Pictures, Mirrors and Housef ur nishmgs . Every article must and will be sold to the highest bidder regardless of what the bid may be. We are compelled to get out of this building quick. No sale being conducted in town offers a parallel opportunity to the people of this section. Splendid Presents Free and the Most Amazing Bargains in the History of This Section Come to This Sale By All Means The Last 3 Days NOTICE! All goods purchased at auction to date must be called for at once or they will be resold. mm n i 212-214 South Michigan Street Auctioneer Sale under direction of Mr. C. Laurence Cook, who guarantees a square deal to ail.