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tfioTKlar. Fb. 24, 1919.
1 Bedtime Stories For The Little Ones T ravelette SCHOOL DAYS 0 time. v. K niton v. liBily .rear", the bunny no. gentleman, cnt out In the kit n of his ho'low stump bunralow . t a drink of water, not a drop ran t the faucet over the sink. : a. Njre Jaw Fuxxy Wow' k here- W hat's the matter. 11 y"u UMCLE WIGGILT IK A PIPE. v)T HOWARD CARIS- wmi h. n rnde he hopped on his red. wmte ana nii.c striped rheumatism cnittn. ma-, .ir Jane had gnawed' for him out of. a cornsxaia. ine iwo e ' ' w-re Eoine to make lone trenches In 'oundip that had hole all the a through them, just like the p.pe e- l hats tne miner, u j ,.f yoor stove viqt.talL .e- asked Uncle W.erfly 1 ... 'annpa . , rj.. wle: lad housekeeper. ent t(J Mrs wibblewobhle's to Liter ppoke Nurse Jane. "I , r,t- a pall of water. But. after a -ik the Sunn -oJkHthe plumber monkey to tell u. . how he held hi empty copr upside -,eep he wants oa to dig the holes lor Z" nine, -nder .h.''fflS.-. too.-oke Mr Ftat- ?r t &wssr.-nA n.r--rov -t " broken - said None Jane, i to the shop after them ' frnst mu have cracked thenO So Grandpa " CS? Ht atr. instead or running ',ian. -... I. UsJrine out 'walked away, leaving the big round : " " - u - . in in front or uncle WiggllT'. hollow stump bungalow wllL pretty soon, a little later Uior . atne the bunny witn a pan 01, -. - . 7 .1 r. tiiat 9 1 1, n elt a little snow for you. ana .water. Ana. an ui ' , ia Vr for ou that way." said the he reached the plare where the pipes.! r-,- lad' 4n yoi tamd better with the big hole, in th. re : " . the piumoer monkey to come the ground, near his bwralnw out - It new pes under the ground from behind a bush jumped a bad old s."i rncle Wlggily. And.1 -Oh. nor barked the fox. "I am n Vur J-ne h.d nSltea someljust In time! 1 ee ou hare a. pail x water for the bunny rabblulof water. Uncle Wigglly. and I always ,,'S't'd oer the fields and like a drink after 1 eat me souse , , the woods, to where the I "Are yon going to eat suse?" asked ..- irnnk" lived .the bunny. "Whose may I Bro-m ripe-, eh- said the, -Tours!- cried the fox. J . . .0 the bunnj WelL we have come to get your souse! TU takp a lot .1.4 1 wBtt' rid T.nle 1 "W hat am I going to do for T em the winter. pipes in for you, n tn .iii v-1111 well, i ll -' . . .. . i. V. .ha . Vi u hnnnr. he nef rtay along came a una, igguy. P : .ki ;7h. ater s.pes. wlilch Grandpa. tossed the pall of water right over the 7 " j ,,. li.i....ii ih.hr and then Uncle Wlggily gave a pen. w.re eoing to put under jour hop. and OT.ta.S" "J, Ton, tt-e "rtnl to Tncle Wig- big. open 1 watel , Ji!n h n'd; , ingalonf. w the bunny rabblt.for the fox dldn t see Mm go In. on ...an coud have water I- his ! account h. 3- hinSSf rtf .1 shlle uev are potting in theand took around. Uncle Wlggily .. said Nurse Jane, "you had, wasn't In s ght. The bonny had " I ncle W ggily. go over to Mrs. crawled all along through the pipes. einbb. tie dn Udy. and bor- one after another nntH heme to his , a.I of water- bungalow, and into It he popped, and . '11 4w I Cn le Wlggily. and off Iso he was safe. Hiding In a pipe was IERS HUMILIATING EL FASD WOMEN ASSAILED BYOUTSIDERS By MIvSAlI. S VI VAX. THE villages of Swltxerland are dif- I fercnt from any other, in the world. The Swiss village perches on the ragged edge of a mountain pla teau, and spills over a bit down the mountain side. It may even occupy a steep mountain side In a series ofj terraces. Salvan is ono of the most picturesque of these Swiss commu nitiis. and one of the closest to the sky. A Swiss mountain village i. not al ways blanketed in snow. Salvan has fertile wheat fields, orchards, and meadow lands, and settled down among them sre the typical Swiss thalet, overflowing with busy villa- ers. and the barnyard animals so neoessary to the Swiss mountaineer. Neatness and thrift are the rule, hut there sre few sign, or wealth. Yet. somewhere in the mountain aide, there is supposed to bo enough gold to make all Salvan rich. Bnt no Salvages- or stranger had ever been brave enough or lucky enough to ob tain it. The Devil's Treasure It is called, because when the original pos sessor buried the chest of gold, he placed it under the care of the 'Jevil. ,ietrw dviu - . - .- louna e mjsiviiwwo the treasure is buried and have even een the piles of shining gold. Be fore they could seize, a single golden coin .they were turned Into fleeing cowards by sights and sounds so w.-ird nd terrible that they could onlv conclude the Devil was protect- - - . . .- m,na Klvn mUfit ins nis 1" ' " " toil and delve for a living, while the ver mountain on which it rests holds limitless wealth. t..- Krwii aper irndleate coprr.sht. uiv hy I? . 1 Ea. friat 1 VJOih. lrn uorrj" fere your Ut- 1 gt -C..J y A . at 7 eye -. 3 nj&, 2 a' outfj-ra even ft - 4.1.. coat an:, 0 evc OL hi US 5g- one or his very xaiesi uicm k xwi- ing a fox. Then the beavers and wie monkey put new water pipes in place of the broken ones, the badly fooled fox ran awav. and Uncle Wlggily's sink was all right. And. if the sewing machine doesn't -titch the ham sandwich to gether so tightly that the rag doll can't take a bite. Til tell you next how Uncle W iggily spun a top. (Copy right 1919, by McClure Newspaper Syndicate.) The Hi1""' council of the General Federation of Vonti'i Clubs will meet in AshevUle. N. C, the fourth week In May. ' vor Davis and His Attitude Towards El Paso Women Scathingly Bebuked in Editorial in Sacramento (Calif.) Bee Mayor's Boast That He Made Ex amination "Free" Arouses Editorial Ire. I WHAT ABOUT YOUR INCOME? The elements comprising the body are constantly wearing out and must be renewed daily, else the outgo of strength exceeds the income. ihe majoraky campaign now being conducted in El Paso has at icd the attentiom of often than El Pawans because of the nature and , .rtance of the issues involved. The Sacramento (Calif.) Bee in its issue Teb. 1 7 devotes much space to aa editorial in which Mayor Davis and his u.lude toward the working women of the city a expressed in his "explana m" of the "comnHmicaMe disease" order, in hk address before a meeting 1 the Woman Voter' comes k this city, are discussed in a withering way or the purpose of waraiag its readers against "vice crusaders" and "purity, quads' who threaten as assauk upon the women of the California capital i he comment of the Bee follows: What? is This the Chivalry of the South? Or Are Girls Who Work Beyond the Pale? will help the tired business-man or woman keep pace with the wear and tear of life, icoff s nourishes the body, blood and nerves, and helps maintain an even balance o! strength and energy. Safe-guard your in come of strength with Scott's. Scott & Bownc Blcomfield. X-1. IMS By D WIG 1 vWa-tt cot-8 bo k sfs O tick -n if c 5 a . . DO 1 YOU REMEMBER? f Vam hospital'. Fort Bliss. The re- ! mams were sent to Manassas, v a.. J for burial. BulIdlntT lVrmlfi. W. P. Moslej, Elm street, for SOU RKXKJtBBR Tea, I am right to the point "IsabeUe" he had c.rventi- i.al idea r the Sootb rial no matter hat Its failings oe .n any .ther resvect. It exalts i mpnhood. The Kentucky Colonel, i rk. with the Texas cowboy and i i potentate are failed to fisht, ir women even before the drop t- at ' n.i-u one rash word of piffle isj ...A 10 fnlode the T. X. T. of a -nerner s wrath to the obliteration i immediate landscape. And pret--..on a little slab over a blister In rant snppo-'edlj mould read: Here lies what is left of a man 1 -poke li-rntly of a Southern wo n alas, dear Torick. the Bew fa ir ir. that finds Its fruitage In Edwin E Grants, appears to be orbing cth. the old plantation al-v r p'hans tne working girl of the r- t" beyond the pale beyond - th- twilight lone of reverence. or Mirar llavls. of BI lao mm re f..ned a The Times of that ritr, re. ,tbiI mde a apeeeh before the Wo man Yoter mticrtl In the Y. IV. C. aa4 at otfcer weelingw neh a ,.eech as itaaU defiant the aonl or l.awln K- nrant and those of his holy tand whs live right here In Saera n.ento. I his mayor defended himself for he- ins a party lo the order that the (nto the workaday field to scramble . orkisn sM" of El Paso must snb- or a living, to this humiliating as mlr to a fcamHIatlas personal eiom- sault upon her dearest Jewel, her pure taatloa fsr senereal diseases, or for- self-respect, seems almost a lynching rnt their js: (matter when the full enormity of it . . 1 grips the emotions. " :o!' his hearers he had done ah. - t'jer to make the examlna- j An(j (he Insnlllng. tyrannical dfs ' eas as possible" by insist- J rrmination of It! The working girl that the. be "free!" I most be examined, for moral leprosy. r.d 1,'Os working girls had come The working man' escapes, rsard "voijnLril" to 1-e micro- The whole burden ofkbreakfng the - fi for th.-e disgusting germs, to moral rode Is era bed upon the frail .- :nat th-v had not been making shoulders or womanboou: which cannot be told in print, particularly in a newspaper ol general circulation. They are known, however, to mothers and other relatives of working girls in their teens, who, regardless of their youth and purity, were com pelled to undergo the physical ex amination. Their stories, together with th. story of the disastrous effects, ir a number of cases, upon the mor als of unmarried women who were given the "free" examination, makes a chapter in the history of the famous or Infamous general order, which those responsible -tor the order shonld read and heed aa a guide as to what not to do in future. YOUR SISTBR ANI MY SISTER! YOUR DAUGHTER ASD Ml" DAUGH TERS Had circumstances compelled them to be working for their llTlng, In III Paso, they would have been forced to go lierore some strange doctor, pre sumably and submit to this most em barrassing, most humiliating, most autocratic and most fanatic outrage of long-noses run rabid In the history of a long series of such. To hound the fallen woman is vfle enough. But to subject the maiden. forced, or willing. Tor tnat matter. sure you do yon were at coUege in those days Ton bad Just returned from your trip for the Christmas holidays Too were getting down to real work after two weeks of a dandy time It was some good time, too There were dinners, dances, theater parties "n everything You were to graduate the coming year and the fol lowing- fall you were "coming out" and then it would really be one grand good time until, well Anyway you remember when that letter was laid at your place at table You were at breakfast with the nthr rirlm st the dormitorr Such a Jolly bunch of girls they were such dandy girts all of them You had such good times together You often wondered how you could get along without them' after graduation Fate had been kind to you and your little crowd bad the best rooms in tne uor- mitory The girls dian t tease about that letter mey lin s Wizard Uil is a safe and effec- 1 bet you regarding the sise of the live first aid treatment It is a pow 1 check or whether there was a check errni antiseptic ana snould be ap- encioseo or noi- BLOOD POISONING HaffiSn's Wizard OH a Szf e First Aid Trestmesd 4 ; How often loclcjaw and blood ; poisoning result from the neglect I ot a stigm scratcn or little call Ham- you recognized did ofler plied immediately to -wounds of this kind to prevent danger of infection. it is soothing and healing and quickly drives out pain and inflam mation in cases of sprains, bruises, cuts, burns, bites and stings. Just as reliable, too, for stiff neck, sore feet, cold sores, can leer sores, earache and toothache. Get it from druggistr for 30 cents. If npt satisfied return the bottle and get your money back. Ever constipated or have sick headache? Just try Wizard Liver "Whips, pleasant little pink pills, 30 cents. Guaranteed. : accusers that weeti of tli - Ttue is harge'l b; - ma or s Vn army off-ct-r who claimed to ' ?re ft r th; purpose of en Dp the "enereal dise&s or threatened to present sol -oefs from patronizing; restav--..nts. barber shop and soft -mk and ice cream stands i re the placards were not dis Ia.yed snow i ng that the women rployed therein had been exam r d and 1 2'i proved themselves from communicable"" dte--e. i -ermore 'he mayor's acc -e- t. Triere are i-naes of the "exam - it'on" whir- wag required it the .,rd-r was In fore, .h have never -een told and The Doable Standard exalted aboTe the St or-Span filed Ilanaer! And In tbe South, the garden where the Flower, of Chivalry is fabled to ; bloom to its most admirable efflores cence! There where they lyn-h a neero oraeTlmes on the bare iota of a faint (rath of a mere suspicion of bavins looked lustfully upon a white etrl! To have lived to read of euefa a , monstrous thins; as this EI Paso order js not tbe least marvelous of the priv ileges or peaalties of the new era! And from the general aspect of the - iong-nose campaign. Sacramento will be fortunate if the covetous eyes pf ' the Grants and Paul Smiths do not I seize upon this as a field to attempt the same sort of an "anti-vice" catn I paign as THAT EL PASO IIORIIOIU SETTER THAN CALOE Thousands Have Discovered Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a Harmless Substitute Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets the sub stitute for calomel are a mild but sure laxative, and their effect on the liver 19 llmost instantaneous. They are the re sult of Dr. Edwards's determination not to treat liver and bowel complaints with calomel. His efforts to banish it brought Out these little olive-colored tablets. The pleasant little tablets do the good that calomel does, but have no bad after effects. They don't injure the teeth liko strong liquids or ralnmpl. They take hold of the troubl e and quickly correct it. Why cure the liver at the expense of the teeth? Calomel sometinies plays havoc trith the gums. So do strong liquids. It is best nottotakecalomel,buttoletDr. Edwards' Olive Tablets take it3 place. Most headaches, "dullness" and that lazy feeling come from constipation and a disordered liver. Take Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets when you feel "loggy"and heavy." Note how they "clear-clouded brain and how they "perk up" the fpinta. 10c and 25c a bec Alldrusgists. Vote the Orndorff Ticket T?DORFF CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE. (Political AiJ ert!'t:menT ) Small Pill Small Dote iftjjsSg""" FOR CONSTIPATION have stood the test of time. Purely vegetable. Wonderfully quick to banish biliousness, headache, indigestion and to clear up a bad complexion. PALE FACES Generally indicate a lack of Iron in the Blood Carter's Iron Pills mrK" e (bis condition They were right It was a letter from home They watched you as you opened It and read tt Aa they noted vonr srraduallv chanainK expression they stopped their badinaa-e for something; in your eyes told mem that all might not be well at home -Anyone sick. Isabelle?" one of them asked solidtnosly "No it Is not that," you answered "I will tell you ahnut (t later" Von remember Don't von. what news that letter had brought you? You told the Blrls you had a headache and you trot excused from your morning; classes and went up to your room where you could bo alone Ton will never forget that morning as long; as you live Tour entire future had been changed in a twinkling, almost You could hardly realize that a few sheets or note paper could possibly have brought yon tidings that were to change the course of your life Your father was one of the most successful stock brokers in tbe me tropolis You could never remember his having refused you a single desire When you were l 'sport roadster- 4 ... --TH. niH firm went into the hands of a receiver yesterday One of hi...H( raatomera was caught short in an unprecedented advance in , .tsl and in trying to give him a ' .iinN to nrotact himself we were cana-ht ourselves The market got; away from us Well anyway I am dead broke Everything will have to go I fear that practically all I luie in the world baa been swept awa I am sorrv girl but you win nave 10 come borne Mother and I have not 1 decided what to'do but we will haif to give up our home at once and take a small apartment until I find whai can be done" It was raining Uiat morning and the murky dismal out- , look added no encouragement hnn Then don t you remember as : vou sat In your pretty boudotr You thought of your Dad in a different way than you had ever thought of him before You realised that he might need you Your Dad in trouble Tiwr rtad who loved vou so who had worked so nara lor your nappi-. ness and pleasure 1 on were muss and strong The future was before you He was now an old man It would be so hard for him to come back You placed your things quickly and caught the first train for the me tropolis You wJU never forget that parting with your college hums How sympathetic they were You THOUGHT they loved you before You KNEW they loved you now You were to write them Just as soon as you got home They were so Inter- healthy winter for the millions who know Kondons Keep your head clear by using Kondon's, and you will have far less tendency toward the colds and catarrh that sap vitality and lead to graver ailments. a little Kondon's snuffed up each nostril once or twice daily is a precaution that will pay big dividends in health. Form the healthy habit of clearing your nose witli KonbWs as regularly as you brush your teeth. For sale by druggists everywhere. CATARRHAL JELLY is guaranteed not only by us, but by 29 years service to miflkras of Americans. If Kosdon'a does'nt do wonders for your coli sneezing. cough, chronic catarrh, nose-bleed, bead ache, sore nose, etc well pay yocr money back. Address c Your Dad met you at the train How yoo throw your arms around him and patted him "Don't bother about me" you said as he started to explain "Ton take care of mother somehow I can take care ot myself I am so glad I took that special course at college There la such a de mand for specially trained teachers in physical culture I am sure that 1 can get a position at once and I do so love the work too" You will never forget that evening In the little apartment when you and Dad and Mother planned for the future How dose to each other you seemed- Now don't you remember how quickly your father was given a re sponsible place at a fair salary and you, well you bad no trouble at all In CTf tin cr a sBnervisrvrshln in one of jou had your I the big schools of tbe city How every tning happy you were la your new work When von left the exclusive finishing I How interested vou were in all the children now yon aid neip some 01 those little misshapen youngsters de velop themselves into sturdy boys and girls lou coma see ine results ox hnol-rour father wanted you to have your "coming out" that fall You were Just 18 then Me was so Drond of vou However you wanted to go to college "I can come out Just . roar work in brighter eyee lighter as well in a few years. Dad." you said 1 hearts and sweeter smiles The teach - -"I won't be so old then and I will era saw these results in awakened in- have Just as good a time as 1 could terest brighter minds and better les have now" j sons How happy you were How you Well, anyway you were glad that learned to know individually each of yon bad gone to college and had taken the children How you did help Vome Up a special course that would come ! of those poor little boys and girls in mighty handy now You read that 1 who were somewhat ashamed of their letter over several times You re- ragged clotAes and worn out shoes member your father's directness of ex-1 and stockings You showed them that pression Ho never took a round, yon loved them Just as much if not aout way ot getting at anyming and in this letter he certainly came s T more than their more rorttinate claool mates and it wasn't long now was It? before there were no more ragged clothes or worn out shoes and stockings In yoor school You started a campaign for a special fund for 1 these poor boys and Kir Is rVtaV PAll samam hss v ai T )b ins 70 down to the sto k exchange before the "epenlng and of the little speech you niade to those busy men i 11 ws. iim spcrcn you ever heart was Ib every word you said Tou ran hear tbe cheering now as the hat Tvae passed It was some collec- jtien too Those chaps don't do things n , r, , t m a j. t 'half way You had to promise that firSt Step III Treatment IS you would come back and make an- TClt T TITiVl, other speech next term Well anyway a I1SK .PUrgatlVe WltH maybe he was one of the committee Calotabs, the New Nau- ttoS aonlocc flnlriTriol and he came because he was Inter-oca-c&o KcUUIIlci. ested in your great work and vou , knew him when he came NOW ISN'T Doctors have found by experience jit a pkjsxty guod WORLD AFTER IHE FLU that ho medicine for colds and in flu enza can be depended upon for full ef fectiveness until tbe liver is made thoroughly active. That is why the first step In the treatment is the new. nausaless Calomel called Calotabs. which Is free from the sickening, weakening, and salivating effects "f the old style calomel Doctors alio point out the fact that an active liver ALL? Claiborne Adams. E. B. KEITH, OF AMERICAN TRADE MISSION, IS DEAD Brocton, Mass. Feb. 24. Eldoi 6. Keith, who went abroad some months as a member of the special Amer ican trade commission, died today in president of the George EL Keith Shoe company, this city. DAILY RECORD. goes a lonr way toward preventing London according to a cable message influenza and is one of most im- t received here. Mr. Keith was vice nirtonf f.Mnr. in ,n.Wlnff K- president Of the GM patient to successfully withstand an attack and ward off pneumonia. One Calotab on the ton true at bed; time, with a swallow of water that's alL No salts, no nausea nor the i .slightest interference with your eat ing, pleasure or work. Next morning your Hver is active, your system is purified, and you are feeling fine, nith u hearty appetite for breakfast I P-ugriii; -el Calotabs only in ori& r.il - .i 1 i j.arkages, price thirt-five .nf- our mone will he cheerfully I r. ftr .'(! if r.u do not finu them de- 1 -I tful 'lV i Death. Anne Blesslngton. 74 years, :67 Grant avenue, died February 16;was buried in Evergreen cemetery. James M. Nichols, 2t years, died February 20 at the Tnited States army base hospital. Fort Bli?s. The remains were bent to lianwange, L, I for burla! Fefll Atht-v. -ar di-i Feb ruary at the L'nilcd Males army nTrAAtniAnta. r Bi enonEn iar zaj auou v. a.. 11 11 II cations) will be mailed to Catarrhal Jelly t M 5 you free of cKarge cm receipt AEmeapoIxs. Alma. M lepalrs. Jf 00 i 01 your name ana aoarcss. Mrs. Potter. 32 Lebanon etree. t j MrMw-iMta-csm..aiEB.is..issaM for repairs J'Ort j .WBKnBa3HJffigBsBBBaa3M. 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