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rMAI.OTTK ft fj COMING— ""] (he I V Buinl || II U I Dnrolhv Dulton in WI'RI.ITZKR V W JW~ W M M JtTW 1 -Half •« Hour" NOW lIKKK I The Man Who Had Everything zzLOEW'S— BIG NEW SHOW TOMORROW Friday and Saturday A Muatanl Revo# d«» Lux* "HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS" Vltth (;*orgr A. Burton FRANKIE HALL and BILLIE O'BRIEN "Krm*n Out" ROBINSON-McCABE TRIO Amiming Comicalities Farrell and Hatch Hinging Th*lr Own Hong* Three Kitaro Brother* jApan***'* fvxfrity F«iitiire Photoplay CHARLES CLARY el I ( t i*ht" MYRICK AT THE GREAT NEW WURLITZER masque A ball! V.irry hmHf (hot Ntlfnda m f Mg Prlif v MLjH llntlnMrrn h'rldmy. Ort. Sulk, will k*tr tkr tl me (h r»r llvm. «ii ih«Hlil lirnak up «*n tkr urn varlnliona of Ifcr I ntlml, l-«|p|i imtf HrIU, Hp.— »»u ¥»11l kitp no I ron l»lr lrnr»lrt« quirk Iy k> atr r«»f niPikarf (««rr '-«» r«««i Iwrfr rtprrla In tmrh >ou «*|fk tkr lira! mil air •kf uiniililf 1 v| , KNKrunff * lion or monrjr k*rk" Inawrra your aun-raa. f I fMuwm II ». m. I* 10 p in . lAOt Oh, r«r. I'lnr faklir I rtiltj. Irrl A %irg-inm; l*rnl« &A«- I •**!>► praplo prune IhMr grmwtocl I cal I r»», bjr ratline ihrir poor nit I liven K A wri K If M'» s »t>« «n», it grim Hmif til Me# up Into bulMlnc lot*. "IT'S A GREAT LIFE" But don't you hate to get up in the morning? ACID STOMACH IS DANGEROUS The Real ('autte of IndiK'Htion Anrt" In the n»nma»h irrlute and inflame the delbate utornach lining, amfr tnd fe-rrne-nt the food. prevent proper dlgeafloti and lead to nine-, t*ntha of all f>y»p«-pJMft and Indigna tion Pepaln and other artificial di iraatant* give only temporary relief and do not * off art th*- <au«e Mforria'-h «« Ida nhould be neutral ized dally, and th# l atomarh kept a aft and * lean after rating by drinking a g)a*« of pure Mntrnfoa water made from a t» a«p.,«.nful or four tabt«t« of Diaurated Magneaia, obtainable at any reliable drug ■ tore. Tbla prevent* food ferrn*nta 11on and your nwaln dlgent natu raJly and without patn Ity follow ing tbla plan you may eat alrnoat anything without f« ar of indica tion. Woman Expire* at Teeth Being Fixed I'Ai.l.A* Oct r» Mm Mary T. Tifriwy. IS, dkd In a ilrntlat'n < imtr hrr<' <(t»r having two Iwlh pulled Hh« <llf] not rerovpf rftitM-iouMmw aftrr rec-tving |u Mothers bow tfie wisdom of nature ketone Dalp6 comiufy IT it natural to think of the e*- Just as she prepares herself for it, pectant mother's influence up- so will most fatiorable renditions on the unborn blbe. Her prevail when her child is horn. food, her habits, her hygiene, and MoTH „-, F *nCM> is • balm for even ihe condition of her mind, nfrvr , intensley penetrat .ll have a part in determ.nm* the ■ |, lb ricant that softens the well'-being or ill-bewj of her in- muKlM> rr | U ei tension of Ihe fant liefore birth. delicate organism involved in ma- No woman awaiting the joy. of l«nity. and prepares the way for coming motherhood should allow ™ 'aster, ouuker and practual the days to pass without giving delivery. nature a helping hand— because Get a bottle from your druggist the conditions of pending mother- today. hood, existing a* they do over a £ „ /oai ,. W/.,_-MOTHER protracted period of months, ere- HOOD . B<l Th* BABY"—/«♦, fill ate almost a new state of being tn nupo „ tn j m ,u dir.a <• for a woman maker> •/ Mother's Frienp. WARNING: AvotJ yaing plmin oilt, grtottt onJ tubflUultt — lAfjy met only on tho mn *J m "y mum hmrm without Joing good. ! 1 Vr% _ I BRADFIELD RFXULATOR CO.. lM)^Hj P,-7r M'a mi'your'lFßEE book. ! * Vs/r.<- jUt oo MOTHERHOOfi .nd Th. BABY j ISQHiKEDo h" -| Used by ExjwcUnt Mothers ;*'" F D— for Three Generations. ' Tnwn J Dr. J. Bradfield** Female Regulator Thip tonic, for women only, is based upon the prescription of a famous phynirian, who made the diaordrr* of women hU ln*t in why it ha* proven a bloH«irif( to so many thousand* of women. It nai given thi-m the right start. It jvill do junt that for yon- M you need t "" 1 iwrvice, «i>t l)r. J. liradfield'n Female Regulator now, TODAY, and you will never era** to givr thank* for the »u(fg«'*tion that brought to you Uw jojoua relief that it will giva. Sold by all drug •tore* in |LUO bottle*. TTTF SFATTT.F STAR Bridegroom Swallows False Teeth; Die* U>NDON, Oct 20 - Wilfred Wml +r m*t a tragic *hlk on hja honeymoon While Mnl<rp he f»u(- |ow*d hi* fal>»e teeth. He died the n*«t day SHERIFF AND ONE OF SLAYERS New Law Will Avenge State Idol's Murder PKNOIJCTON. Ore . fk-t 50 The first to I'M t with Oi»-lr IhM •u»l«r ntw i4|ilt4| punishment I"*. **||| It the three nl'iy i-r* t*f this state's must popular f»eace officer, ami moat |»t«t ur* *n|t|t» survivor of the Went • daring front iff sheriffs Til T4)l«r of l m«illU county* *»n NoviuiUr ft. the flrat of ihf trio. Km met t Bancroft. allaa Nrll Hart, half bread. who wan raptured bv Sheriff Taylor In the mountain* after a pistol duH. arid who with I five i-ompanion* then broke j*tl, kill "»I Taylor, will die cm the itllowa on liecerrihcr I. Klvln K« rby and John l#ffeb*sn two of lu»n< rofi H <-«> m pan ions will follow him Thr real will arrvr life sentences. Does Vamping or Brains Win in University? iikhki;lky. Csi. tat 20 Wh«(her ih«* <•> • bro* pencil and a ptstchy complexion are mightier than lbs fount am pen and a high forehead wrff questions wht«h ag\ U>f«i thr I'iuvrntUy of California today. ITbe aTUtion followed th# publl ration of an editorial irt thr Daily 1 *«Jtforoian charging that prrtt*; ' firt«, with occasional reaort to ferni , ntne wiles. ran "vamp" their wa> via a pmfaanor'a heart to the heal i of tto (twv and high marks "The editorial Is psyt hologtraUy sound." declare* ProftHMr Warnet Hn>«n of (h* department of p*> etiology today. *lt la quite natural for an Inst ru-tor to be influemei J favorably by a pleasing appearance-_ , and 1 ersonaltty Pro feasor Frank 11. Prober** 'Ken ' of Hie roll'*** of mining, was in ■ dined to qualify that view a little. | altho he admitted that a pretty . girl ran **vatnp" her way Into th« jloo*l to a certain extent, even of a college professor. "HIIMK til til IC mi;n ARK MM KPTMIIJC •*WWIe It I* true that win»• of! our 1. • n ar« *us f' minin* charm. Prober* Mid, "I do not 1 think that a woman can o*l vary Car in college on good look* alone. * All to thr college girl* them«elve>. thry are hopelmsly split Into far tlona on the question. <>na faction represented by Mix* Minora M« • t*at»e. leader of college women JoU»-| na lists. bellevaa the pretty girl hms thr advantage • Men are only human." com | mented Mian "But I knoe of aeverai casee of « man student winning thr heart of a woman in j structor " The other faction may be <on aide red aa represented by Mi* ftwyned <la mat*. actree** Mita (latitat f think* the nian'a editorial prepoateroua 'The whole thing I* silly/* % he «le« lured, ami hrr follower* join her ; in diamiaalng It at that fa wki:K Runaway Boy Stands in River All Night' liOriHXTIJJC. Ky . Oof :o Alvln I Hlalne. 10. eat»|>ed from the Ken lucky Children'* home here and obtaining a flat boat atarted tn flout down the river to hi* old home ' MI Wlckllffe. Ky.. where the Ohio j and Ml*al**l|>td river* meet Me 1 pn«*ed the I'. H coaat guard unde-1 ! tected. hut hi* llltle craft. rauxht In the *wlft current, wa* wrecked a* | It |»a**ed over the fall*. Where he j landed he could touch bottom, but : the water win too rough for him to attempt to awlm to Mh'*c, *o he atood theie all nlitht. until reacued j by a loveriimem boat tender. K A. WEKK Censor Couldn't See Her Very Well I CI.KVKI.ANI), Ohio, Oft. 20 "Ha* that woman any clothM on*" itemandtd rollot In»pector»cvn»or I Ornul of the Aphrodite nianaf«mMit I "Couldn't you we from your neat in i the front row?" Queried the manage- ' nw-nt I couldn't," HQtppfd Oruul. "What'* the difference wheth | er ehe did or didn't, then?" imkwl the j ■iiiinuKrr. 'Twhi a fair query, l>ut i (imul wh* front a Atate ea*t of Kan- | nan and no they took hlrn hark triage. ] S. A W'EKK Faithful Old Dog Returns Bank Roll ALEXANDRIA, Ind . Ort ?0 The old family dog of the Herman ' llaniM family kclk HU extra large bone thene day*, and tV«r*»'n a jrood reason. Mr* Herman lont a roll eontMlnlntf $lO5 sin- ihouirht Hhe lorn it out of her automobile, and her eurpfMfie wmn irreat when two (Inye lain the 'lon turner) up with 1 ihe money In hi* moutli. Where he, I got it Lu «t my at cry. Sheriff Til Taylor When Oregon vottn rr ImUtHl Itlr d«nth penalty at the primaries I*itl Mmy they llttl« that three mornhn Utrr it would be dedi intfd to avenge thr dSSth of thrir i(loli«#u county sheriff. Had the )aJI liroik and the killing of Taylor taMn pliu'f before fiction, Che law would havii had many mors sup I»or tern, nay Oregonlana. for Hhwiff Taylor has a lona and dramatic re« 'tftl na kee|»er of the p««* In the Ortion mountain*. 11. m ia prudent of tin petidleton Kourtdup. the big annual Wild WAat show, wan an Ideal horseman. a dead • hot, and had taken «in|lf handed w onm «»f «lew|»erado«-s Bureau of Missing. Relatives Tit# *M«r in« Mm If* recidrr* fa a»e tliU will mm In ftiwtiMf r»liil»»« ar frirnO* the d'|wnwml t* help | rea rl •If *(«• h««r •'lMirslH TltaM «h«M> rrUlhM w rrainU are miwinf »r» lattfed fa rnwd Ike dwip|K«niM« rflrerfty im Th» afar. Kmdrn «h« mm.* I>mhi lkm wheeewbeale •f ptrmmmrn woillMnl In (hi* («*ln«nn an ntMing mrm re«|nnn4ed aian fe H|mH In Ht# Mar CMhem noop>iao are iMillni in m«w«dam wrh Utaa aa will tolerant I Heir inaaaaluS. • • • Ksthef Hanson and her brother Itohert were kfl orphans s good many yoara ago. From a children's Vomn tn Il*il Urd they were adopt**l out ftc»brrt ume Itobert Brow n, while Ksther married and Is now Mr% He|t. KeUtivea are looking for leather now If anyeme knowt* her where aU>ula The Star wouei lie glad to hfsr from them. • • • Mm. Uertrudr Pries, sought in Se attle by &i»tern rrlati%aa. is Ui San Francisco, according to a former | fririid «»f hera. who today ti-lephoneil ] The Star, she formerly clerked in Kr«*derlrk A Nelaon's glove depart ! menu according to this friend. The Star'a informant thinks Mrs Price ha* a daughter married to a gas company employe, living In West Se nttle. • • • A airk mother, lies grieving at IleuNrr Falls. Pit, for her mlaalng son. according to the following let ter received by The Star ttiday: "Kdltor The ffUur: Would you I pl«**e trj •« locate In any way. a Mr Jack MofTetf ? Hia mother la ly. in* very ill and la anxious to nee j him More ah* di*p She ha* had a ntroke of paraly>«|N She In | fretting gfeagy about him She lajt heard from him at Seattle We | thought he might get hi* mail thrre Vou will do a favor to a loving mojher and a good Christian if you could give him word. I am a friend of hera. Her name in Mra Mi«ggi«» Culmer MKH W l» JOHNBTON. "J2Ol College ave„ College Hill. "Beaver Fa I la. Pa." H. A WKKK Wedding on Street Car, Latest Stunt BI,UKFIEI,D W. Va Oct 10 Becauaa they had aecured a Virginia llottuw, It was neieaaary for Mi«» lx*na May IWfH and H I* Griffin to he married in that mate. So th% Appalachian Street Hallway com pany. for which Griffin worktt. ran i\ npeclal car over the «»at»' line, and the cercmony wan performed on the car. with all n«ata occupied !>y w«>ddli)g guenta. EPILEPSY f z. stopped sra: * •v om NLMri imirrie *cmcdv. A rational and r»markabl? aucoaaatul traataMiat 1 ♦or PH», , ■ . IFailing Hirkn»aa| |V»* 4 ..^cpgcl i»4 «»c» l^^l^NwrWßßl ' o«r*r'*AJ*r II at uy drapieri Calif srala VHim I u farad 11 Ywt- Vataran a I! wm. « nlf April lih JUT Par 1 '■••r yasra 1 »»jfTrr«i untoM a*nav an I loruiMit fr.«n Kptlrpsr. had m tatih aa AM ami '.ol> flta In a ;«tr I imk alt klnda (4 OMtmaxt Him liijurad ma mora tha*> Ilia? did »«• I ha*a usr»l Dr lOtna'a altio# |>ar la» mil and aino* thai !!•>• ha*a ha.i otiif 9 fit* T' la now 94 daya alnca lha last an* M h llmicb. wJm. l h. kune ca., r LOOK! TIII-JtK'M A MATIVKK TODAY AT TIIK WILKES Satisfactory Terms Always THE CO. OTTO r fUXHL finmmrtvf w~o*eaA«a■BdMMndaas^mm Twenty Howard and Comfort Steel Ranges Are Greatly Reduced § r pWKY are highly polished steel top Ranges, with attrac tive nickel trimmings —stand on sanitary leg bases, and shown in two sizes. 16-inch oven size, special, $69.50 18-inch oven size, special, $73.50 These special prices include coil and connec tion—each range is guaranteed to be a perfect baker and very economical in the use of fuel. t 100 Pairs of BLANKETS In Two Lots Are Offered at Very Special Prices At $6.75 tan Plaid Cotton Blan kets, size 66x80 inches. . <* i Fifty pairs are in this 1 J 9 At $6.25 Pair for fifty pairs Wool-finished Plaid Blankets, in pink, blue, gray and tan color combinations. The Blankets are 68xH<) inches in size, and are an exceptional value. Skin Diseases Not On the Surface Must Be Treated at Their Source The mistake that is so gen erally made in treating dis eases of the skin is a very common one, but it is also very expensive to the suf ferer. What are popularly known as skin diseases, are not in reality skin diseases at all. The sur face of the skin is the seat of the attack, but the source is deep-seated. What, then, is this mistake, that the average person af flicted with skin disorders, makes in his effort for relief? And why is it that the error is so general? In the first place, eczema, tetter, scaly eruptions and other irritations of the skin are exceedingly annoying, and in many cases, the itch ing and burning become in tensely terrifying. Often the victim is kept awake at night scratching and rubbing the burning skin in an effort to get some relief. Hecause what he sees and feels of his affliction is on the surface, he is misled into the error of believing that all treatment should be directed toward the location of the pain and discomfort. Then, too, because of the intensity of the suffering, he is willing to try almost anything that he thinks will afford some measure of relief, no matter how slight. This leads him headlong into the mistake that is so general, the one that really prolongs his suffering by PAGE 3 keeping him away from the intelligent, sensible treatment that will j?et results. He endeavors to fret relief from the pain and torture by the use of ointments, lotions and other local treatment applied to the surface of the skin. These remedies will prove beneficial, if temporary relief is all that is wanted. Bat just as soon as their soothing effect is over, the pain and suffering return with in creased severity. This has been the experience of other sufferers, and yours will be the same. Skin disorders, like other ailments, must be treated at their source if you want to be permanently rid of them. Any disease that can cmka so much torture and di fort is deep-seated, and comes from far below the surface of the skin. The millions of tiny disease germ; must lie removed from the blood l>efore you can ex pect to get rid of your skin troubles, but all of the local treatment in the world will not do this. The most satis factory remedy for this pur pose is S.S.S., the line old vegetable blood remedy that has given such splendid re sults in similar cases. S.S.S. acts by cleansing the blood thoroughly, and routing all disease germs that act through the skin. Those who want real results should be gin its use at once. S.S.S. is sold by all druf ffists. Get a bottle today and begin a treatment that goes right down to the sou ire of (he troubje and removes it. For expert medical advice without eost, write all about your case to Chief Medical Adviser, 288 Swift Labora tory, Atlanta, Gu.