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THE HAKKK DAILY TIMKS. UAUP.K. VT., FRIDAY. OCTOBER, 23, 1012.
Mustard Aids HMgestion A- n A- 4 m A- u A U E2 V Most of us cat mustard because we like it, not because wo are conscious of needing it. But pure mustard docs more than sharpen the appetite and make food taste good; it supplies just the stimulant nearly everyone needs to increase the flow of the digestive fluids. Make sure of getting pur mustard. ASK FOR Sttckney poor's m "11 MUSTARD Stickney & Poor's Mustard It'a th flnrly pulv.rli.d flour of car. fully blended .! from which the hull have been avparnt.ri. leaving only In nplry kernel.. It's toTKONM net-tune It'a I'VKM. A.I.I flour to It, If you prrfir It mild. It'a rhrapir In do that youmelf than to buy Inferior branda, paying the prl.'e nf pura mustard for a mixture of flour and mu.liir.l. Alrnoat every grocrr e.lla It In and H-lh. cana at loo and Sue. Write for our book of receipt; you will be delighted with It. Amoni the other Btlrkney A Ioor lroduota are) Pepper, Cinnamon, Clove. Glnr, Mace, Pimento, flag'1. Savory, Mar joram, Celery Salt, Curry powder. Paprika. Tapioca, Nutmeg-, Cnanla, Allaplce, Whole Mixed Spice, Pantry Hploe, Turmeric, Thym, rim., o... Soda, Cream of Tartar, Rice Klour, Potato riour, sausage Beaaonlnf. Poultry Seasoning and Flavoring Extract. If yon Jnet car "ttlrkser Poor'" when ordering, your grocer will givo It to you. But bo auro to BAY It. STICKNEY & POOR SPICE CO., 184 State Street. Boston. TAFT FOR TARIFF BOARD He Would Inspire Confidence in , Business WAY TO PRESERVE PROSPERITY Wilson Might Have Dissolved Trusts, Says Johnson Knox Shows the Value of Taft's Foreign Policies. CD Area Ar THE NATIONAL MUSTARD POT THE WRONG Br MARJOR1E CLOUCH A number of detectives were sitting ' In the office waiting to be assigned to some duty, and naturally their conver sation fell upon incidents pertaining to tbelr profession. Several bad told yarns, each more remarkable than the last, when a little wizened chap who bad been listening respectfully to the others spoke up. "I would like," he said, "to make a collection of small incidents tbat have led to great results, You fellows bave been telling bow a handkerchief or button or something like that bad led to the recovery of hundreds of thou sands, but that's only in one line. Ev ery time we meet a new person some marked event is liable to come of it Take the beginnings of love affairs, for instance. How many trifling inci dents have brought two people of oppo site sexes together, resulting in gen eration after generation of progeny. "Let me give you an Instance. Do you remember the "bobtail street cars. in which the passenger entered through a rear door, staggered up to the front and dropped a nickel between Inclined planes of window glass? Then the driver pulled something that let the coin down into a box. r Well, I was riding in one of those cars ouce when every seat was taken. A mighty pret ty girl got in and managed to get up near the fare box, where I was Bit ting. I was young then and, if I say it myself, not such a miserable looking specimen of a man as I am now, and I dressed pretty well then too. So 1 got up and offered the young lady my seat . She took it very smilingly and. getting , out her pocket bok, put her dainty thumb and finger In to get out her fare. It was late in the day, and there was no artificial light in. the car, so she couldn't see very well and picked over several coins before she selected one. "I was leaning up against the cash box, and to save her the necessity of rising I took the coin from her lovely fingers. I eould tell by feeling it that It was a nickel, so without looking at it I dropped it in the hopper. It wasn't a second before the driver gave a pull, and down it went into the box. "Suddenly the young lady started. She evidently remembered nomethlug. Tak ing out her portemonnale again, she fin gered over the coins in it for a few mo ments; then, looking up at me with a terrified expression, exclaimed: " 'Goodness gracious? " 'What's the matterr I asked. " 'You put a five dollar gold piece in ' that box.' I " 'Ton don't mean It! had' happened, asking lil'm if ibcrewa nny way by which he could get the gold piece ont of the box. ne said there wasn't and showed me a brass padlock on tbe opening. But be said tbat if the lady would go to the end of the route, about three miles farther on. the fare gatherer would open tbe box, and If there was a five dollar gold piece in it be would return It "I told the girl what be bad said, and she began to cry tbe harder. Haying tbat she was Intending to meet ber mother at a railway station a few blocks farther on and they were going on a train tbat would leave in twenty minutes to a distant city, where ber father was very sick and not expected to live. "Well, I was In for it I took $4.05 out of my vest pocket and handed It to her, telling ber that I was going to tbe end of the route and would collect what was due. She gave me tbe pret tiest little smile through her tears yon ever saw on a pair of vermilion lips. I told the driver what I bad done, and he promised to see tbat I was repaid from tbe gold piece In tbe box. I felt very proud of myself. Time and again tbe dear little creature looked up at me and every time with a grateful smile. When we reached the railway station and sbe got out peering through the window, I saw ber throw a kiss to roe." "Cut out tbe rest of H" said one of the listeners. "You met the girl after ward at a ball or somewhere and mar ried ber." "If you think you know more about It than I do you enn tell tbe rest of It yourself," snapped the narrator. "Go on," said the others. "Well, when I got to the end of the route I told my story, the driver back ed me up, and tbe collector agreed that if there was a five dollar gold piece in tbe box I should bave It" The story teller paused. "Well, did you get It?" "No; there wasn't any gold piece In the box." "How about the girl?" 'The girl I never saw again for two years; then I was called in to arrest her for shoplifting'." There was a universal groan, and the story teller was abused for start ing In to tell one kind of a yarn and telling another. . . "Where does the love story, the wife, the children and generations-yet unborn come In?" was asked. "She's the saleslady tbat caught tbe shoplifter. She was a good looking young woman, and 1 took a fancy to her, courted her and married her. The story comes out all right, only you fel lows got on to tbe wrong clew." "A borse on us."' they all admitted. New York, Oct. 25. A letter from President Taft was read at yesterday's session of the American Hardware .Man ufacturers' Association convention at Atlantic City in which special attention is given to the tariff, lhe president Buys that industrial peace can be pre served only wlicn there is national pros perity. He reiterates his belief in a tarilf board and again states his reasons for vetoing certain tariff measures witli especial reference to that covering met alx. In this bill, he says, there was lit tle logical relation between the reduc tions made, "and, so I say," he writes, we must not make legitimate business the football of politics. A political statement by Secretary Miox, setting out reasons why President Taft should he reelected was made pub lic in Washington yesterday. The secre tary applauded the president's foreign policy, laying especial stress on the max imum and minimum feature of the tariff program and declared that "in the field of striving for world peace President Taft's name must be written very high." He referred especially to the arbitration treaties negotiated with Great Britain and France and to the administration's interference to prevent war and blood shed in Central America, "These more idealistic phases of our diplomacy," said Secretary Knox, "should, I think, make especial appeal. The materialistic ap peal to all our industries ami producers of every sort who share in the prasper- ity ol the country is too evident further to dwell upon. In extolling the foreign policy of the administration. Mr. Knox dwelt on the "very real relation" that he said existed between such a policy and tho prosperity of the American wage earner. Governor Johnson at Harrisbursr yes terday declared that Governor Woodrow Wilson is the one man in the world who might have destroyed the Standard Oil ana Aooacco I rusts, "and nearly every other insidious combination." He as serted "that prosperity is not an isuo and that the real important question is social and industrial justice. A WOMAITS BEAUTY AH Specialists Aree That It Cannot Be Obtained by the Use of Cocmclics. rcauty real beauty !s r.ioro t'mn skin deep. Ko cormictio in tho world can givo llie wliolejoine color, the bright eyes, tho clear t."ai;Hjuroi:t s'.:m that is the natural result of pura blood, proper diet and hygienic habits of daily life. Jt sounds easy and it is en?y for a woman to have tho beauty which health aluno can give. A sufo and ellicient tonic if tho blood is weak, thin or im pure (Or. Williams' I'ink Tills for l'ale People aro especially recommend ed), the avoi.lunco of foods which will cause eruptions, and regular bathing of the skin. That is all and it is the only way. Most women will bo inter estod iu the following statement: Mrs. Agnes (ioodworth, of No. 88 Grace street, Mt. Washington, Pitts burgh, ra.,says: "I was in a run-down condition, which dnveloied into amcmia and nervous prostration. For two or three years I was doctoring and was confined to bed for from four to six weeks every few months. I was pale and weak. I couldn't sleep and was so nervous and irritablethatl could hard ly stand it. I had no appetite and nothing that I ah) agreed with me. I lost weight and became completely run down. The doctor said I didn't have enough blood and at last advised me to takelr. Williams' link Pills for Pale People. In about a week I began to gain. They did wonders for me. I gained in flesh and strength, bad a rood color and was entire.lv cured. Later I gave them to my little boy who had no appetite and was sickly. Ho commenced to gain right away and is now strong and healthy. I can heartily recommend Dr. Willjams' I'ink Pills for people who are run down and have no blood. Women, especially, will be benefited by them. I gave them to my daughter and they built her up wonderfully. It is my duty to speak good word's for a remedy which has done so much for my family " Write to tho Dr. AVilliams Medicine Co., Box 176, Schenectady, N. Y., for a free booklet, "Plain Talks to Wo men." It should be read by every wo man and growing girl. A free sample of the new laxative "Pinkleta" will also be sent you. Should you be un able to obtain Dr. Williams1 Tint Tills for Tale Teople in your locality they will be sent, postpaid, on receipt of price, fifty cents per box ; six boxes for $2.50. CLAIMS' OF ' : VICTORIES Made by Both the Turks and Christians I 33 NOW IN DEADLY COMBAT Tales Told of Great Battles Bulgarians Said to Have Scored Conflict , ing Reports from Servian Forces. EDUCATION LEADS TO RACE SUICIDE THIRD PARTY FUND $304,844. Of This F. A. Munsey Gave $70,000 and G. W. Perkins $45,000. Xew York, Oct. 25. -The Progressive party had received campaign contribu tions of $.104,244, spent 2!2.341 and had unpaid bills for $41,341 more on Oc tober 17, according to an official state ment sent to Washington vesterday by Treasurer Hooker of the Progressive national committee. Frank A. Munsey, who save $70,000. George W. Perkins $45,000, W. E. Roose velt $31,100, appeared as leading con tributors. The balance came from nearly 7,000 individual gifts from $15,000 to 10 cents. Hooker's statement filed in com pliance with campaign publicity law re quiring publication of financial affairs 10 days before the election, is the first complete statement from any of these parties. Bryn Mawr Statistics Show Dwindling Families for Graduates, NOTES ON NATIONAL POLITICS. Her Method. Blnks Do you save much? WInkes No. As soon as I save a dollar my wife saves ten cents more by spending It for something that's I was a good marked down. New York Globe. deal disturbed at the responsibility I was under. "She got out a handkerchief and be gan to wipe away tears. "I opened the sliding front door and. rallingto the dil5 er.told .himwbat Believed Him. ne tlndlgnantlyj I beg your pardon, miss, but I always keep my word. She (complacently I can easily bciicve that for no o would take it V 55f3- Carry the lmC I Best Soap Borax Soap Naptha Soap White Floating Soap 1776 Soap Powder Pure Lye or Potash Cleanser re I ou pavinj the trade-marks? Tney are redeemed for beautiful and useful presents SMSSSBVaSBBSSaBSSBBHSMSSSSaiStam Atk your grocer for catalog MaJ Orders Executed Promptly B. T. BABBITT, inc. Box 1776, New York City Brief Bits of News and Crisp Comment on Men and Measures. Former Vice President Fairbanks, in an address in St. Louis, urged his hear ers' to vote for the reelection of Presi dent Taft. '"I want to tell you that the temple of Republicanism is laid and still is as solid as when it was founded many years ago," he said. Maude Malone, who was arrested Sat urday night on the charge of disturhinir a )emoeratic mass meeting in Brooklyn, will have to undergo trial before the court of special sessions. She was ar raigned yesterday and hail was fixed at $500, which was furnished by her brother. Rev. Dr. Washington Cladden of Columbus, 0.. has announced his inten tion to vote for Colonel Roosevelt, prin cipally because of his policy with ref erence to the trusts. "The only relief possible from the high cost of living must be through a reduc tion of the tarilT." declared Congressman Underwood in Philadelphia Wednesday nig lit. Nieaker Clark at Denver declared: "It well can be said that it is better to be bom lucky than rich. I never before saw two Republicans -work so hard for a J)emocrat as are Taft and Roosevelt In criticising Colonel Roosevelt Colo nel Bryan declared at Wilmington, Del., that if the Progressive candidate be. lieves himself to 1 a Moses he must have mistaken the voice of Perkins for the voice of Hod." Governor Wilson in Trenton 'Wednes day night delivered what was virtually a wrmnn on the value of church organi sation and the principal addresa at the exercises celebrating the 200th anniver sary of the founding of the First Pres byterian ehurrh of Trenton. Philadelphia, Oct. 5. The authorities at Bryn Mawr, the exclusive college for women, recently completed a stat'st-cal table from answers received from grad uates who took the degree of bachelor of arts, and later married. The tables tends to show the higher education of women leads to rapid race suicide. The statistics include all marn d graduates up to January 1. 1911, and take in the classes from 1800 to 19"0. inclusive. In the 21 years 308 of the graduates taking the bachelor of a ts degree married, and of these 301 an swered the. questions asked by the col lege. Of these 122 had children, but there is an alarmingly low average number in each class. The high point was reached in IS'.13 and 189S. when the children averaged four to the family of graduates. From this fair average the percentage has dropped until, in 1010, the average is but three-tenths of a child to the family. In 21 years the graduates of Bryn Mawr have been the mothers of 444 chil dren, of which 2SS were boys ami 2IU girls. Of these 2(5 have died, .13 boys and 13 girls. London, Oct. 25. While the Balkan nations and Turkey have all been gen erous with olllcial statements us to the progress of the war in other parts of Kuropean Turkey, they hare maintained complete silence in regard to the great battle which has been raging for the lat two days between Adrianople and Kirk-Kilisseh, for news of which all tho world is waiting. Sofia hears today, however, that the Bulgarians have taken the latter place and opened the way to Adrianople. The reports issued from the opposing sides as to the other battles showed grave discrepancies. As to the main event near Adrianople, what lias been published up to the pres ent is largely supposition. British mili tary officers who for many years have made a specialty of studying the Xlulkan military preparations lean to the belief that the Turkish army lias been holding the line between Adrianople and Kirk Kilisseh with a covering force estimated at about 70,000 men and that the main Ottoman army is only jut due on tbe scene. These same army critics say that the Bulgarian army had the advantage of occupying rising ground at Kirk-Kilisseh, and that the Turks must have their full lone in order to dislodge them. Another fierce encounter is in progress around Kumanova on the way to Uskup, where both Servians and Turks claim the victory. Constantinople declares that the Servian army has leen defeat ed with great loss, while Belgrade says that part of Kumanova is now held by the Servian troops. DEATH OF. VERMONT MINISTER. ROME WATCHES ANARCHISTS. At Celebration in Commemoration of the Chicago Executions. Rome, Oct. 25. The police to-day adopted rigid precautions to prevent violence at a procession planned here by local anarchists for to-night in com memoration of the Chicago executions in 1887. Nothing On Earth .Like ZEMO for Eciema, Try If! Just Apply It 0a Any Eczema Spot or Skin Blotch-That'll Prove It Every slnitle eczema sore you've jot on your body, all pain and unreachable Itching, every skin Diovcn win absolute ly vanish as you never before believed it possible by tne use oi me new reroe Rev. Ira Phelps Kellogg of Monkton Was 88 Years Old. Gilbertville, Mass., Oct. 25, Rev. Ira Phelps Kellogg, HH, died of old age at the home of his son, Rev. I. P. Kellogg, r., UeUnesUav. Key. Mr. Kellogg was born in Elizabethtown. X. , son of Mr. and Mrs. William Kellogg, and was graduated from the Moriah academy of Moriah, X. Y. Ife Jield during bis life the pastorate of the Baptist parishes in Moriah, Crown Point and Long Lake, all in Xew York state, and Cornwall, East Wallingford, Weston, East Burke and Monkton, all in Vermont. Ife first married Miss Lydia West in 1848, and she died in 1870." He married Miss Mary Bostwick of Ilinesburg. V"t., in 1872. lie leaves, besides his widow, one daughter, Mrs. Casslus C. Sears of Monkton, Vt., one son, Rev. Ira P. Kel logg, jr., pastor of the Unitarian church in Florence; four grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Mr. Kellogg had been failing for the last two years, but felt well enough to take a trip from Monk ton, Vt.. to Gilbertville a week ago. and was visiting his son when taken ill. Rev. Warren P. Landers, pastor of the Congregational church, officiated at a prayer service held at the home of Rev. anil Mrs. I. P. Kellogg, jr., on the Xew Braintree road Wednesday after noon at 3 o'clock. The body was taken on the 8:0. train of the Boston & Maine to Monkton, Vt. There's half a century's experience and, practical improvements in the new Quaker Ranges that we are selling so fast this season The more you know about a Quaker Rangethe more you'll want to own one. C. W. AVERILL & CO. Barre, Vt. DOESN'T NEED MONEY. But Frank Chance Wants to Play with Cubs. Chicago, Oct. 25. Frank Chance, after declaring that Johnny Evers had his very best wishes as manager of the Chi cago Xational league team, made the surprising statement that he would at tach his signature to any kind of a con tract President Murphy would offer him, even though it called for no more than $1,200 and that he would report to the club and try for a place on the team. "I don't care about the money," sa'd Chance. "I am turning down an offer for $18,000 next season, which hinges on the condition that I get my release from Murphy. If Murphy doesn't offer me a contract at all I understand I will he a free agent by March 1. That of course will lie too late to sign with any club as manager, so I guess he has the lay as to whether I play ball next year. "I have more money now than I ever l thought was in the world for me when. T began plaving baseball. I have all I need for the ret of mv life and for that reason can afford to play for the figure I say." Carpenter, who survives her. The fu neral wil be held from her late home to-morrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. HAS GREAT WATER RESOURCES. WATERBURY. JMARBLE QUARRY CAVED IN. EARTHQUAKE IN QUEBEC. On North Shore of St Lawrence Sev eral Houses Fall. Quebec, Que.. Oct. 2.V Xews reached here yesterday that a severe earthquake shock was felt between P rtnis and Pen tecnt on the north shore of the river St. Ijiwrence late Wednesday night. Xo fstalities are reported, although aeveral Douses are said to have fallen. ETarybwlr Looks ol Yoa Wbom Yo Hare Skia Trouble. Um ZFMO obo1 Get Rid of thmm All Right Awar. Coal Deposits in Gunnison Valley. A report on onve coal fieMa in Colo rado and Xew Mexico, hy E. (J. Wood ruff and W. T. lce. has just been issued by the '"oitl State peological mirvey mil.ctin 4.1-H. This report cmbod i a brief doner ii. I ion of the coal re- ourres of Gunnimn valley, between Jrand Junctioa end IVlta. in Mem and IV-lta count :e. Colorado, anl f the Tiera coal fiVM in central Xew Mexico, about 20 mile east nf A.b'Jqnernue. A copv mar be obtained tree on opnU- -t:or) t the director of thr peokigxaJ survey, Wsskirifiton, V. C. ty fEMO. There's no question about It. no doubt about It. It does tho work. It does It In a remarkablo wajr. Tou never used anytnlnc like It bo- fore. Tou can't And anything like It, Imply because there's nothing: Ilka ZEMO known or sold today. zemo win be a surprise to yoa Juit as It has been a surprise to thou Minds who hare already tried It. Tour first use Of ZEMO will bring Instant relief, pain and Itcblne wtll stop, it learn the akin clear as though yoa never had etet&a In your life. And yon ought to see hew It coca after dandrorr, too! lndm!T, yoa know. I merely eczema of tho scalp, fr-o, away goe dandruff, all ecsoma, ail blotches, all spot. Don't tnlsa It for 2f cents. Thea yoa have prove with 2S.ctf battle how remarkable ZEMO Is to your own attraction, then yoa can bey a II bottle, which contain six times a much a the IS-cot bottle. ZKMO :' sold and guaranteed by drug fst everywhere, and in Barre by the Krd Cross 1'hnrmarv. Wear Hub Rubbers - nest Inter Loss of $15,000 at Roxbury and Watch man Nearly Lost His Life. The marble quarry at Roxbury, owned by the Barney Marble company of Swan ton, caved in between 3:30 and 4 o'clock yesterday morning, and nearly buried night watchman Beeman Howe, who waa at the bottom of the pit, 90 to 100 feet in depth, when the noise of the loosen ing rock gave him sufficient warning to reach safety before the earth and rock caved in. It is supposed the heavy rain caused a loosening of the earth and caused the trouble. It is estimated that over 150 tons of marble and dirt fell, burying five channel cutting machines, which are valued at about $1,000 each. A portable black smith shop, which is located at the bot tom of the pit, was also buried. The loss is estimated at $15,000. Fifty men were employed at the quarry. It is re ported that such sn accident had been j feared and the company was planning , to have the wall braced with guy ropes i in a few days. Mrs. Franklin Ca.penter Died Yester day After a Long Illness. The funeral of Walter Henry was held from the home of his sister, Mrs. Spen cer, on Main street yesterday afternoon The Rev. W. E. Douglass of the Meth odist Episcopal church officiated. The bearers were If. C. Whitehill. F. L. Knight, B. F. Atherton, and Dr. V. F, Minard. The burial was in the Henry lot in the village cemetery. Among those from away beside Mrs. Spencer, who came home" from Xew York, were Mr; and Mrs. Frank Henry of Xew York and two business friends from that city and Senator V, P. Dillingham. Mrs. Franklin Carpenter died at her home on Main street yesterday after a long illness with cancerous trouble, hav ing submitted to two operations. She was born in Waterbury 61 years ago, the naugnter or Lance ana r.nza i n ater nian) doslyn. Of a family of eight, only two survive her, George Joslyn and Mrs. Fred Grout of this place. She was first married to Michael Manning and about a year ago married Franklin California's Wealth and Progress Due Largely to Her Mountain Streams. The great part which tbe water re sources of California have had in the development of the state is evident throughout its history. In 184S somo repair work being done on a mill race near Georgetown, in Eldorado county, led to the discovery of gold, and this waa followed by the rush of the "forty niners," whose exploits have become classics in mining literature. The sub sequent development of gold mining in California was due largely to the loca tion of the deposits near the water neces sary for hydraulicking. Moreover, the water available for irrigation and domes tic supply has been the chief factor in tbe development of southern California, which now has a population of over a million people. The growth of the ex tensive irrigation systems in the great interior valley of the state is bringing about the sub-division of this area into small ranches devoted to intensive farm- , ing, which affords almost limitless op portunities to the agriculturalist. Again, . an increased water supply for the city s of San Francisco is urged as one of its J greatest necessities, and more water for Los Angeles is to be brought from Owens valley a distance of more than 200 1 miles at a cost of $23,000,000. Many torrential streams of California "; afford abundant power, the utilization - of which in manufacturing enterprises and in transportation has been made possible by the progress of electric pow- 1 er transmision during the last decade;,' to-day California probably leads the i I nited States in the number and length ' of her power-transmission line. Information concerning the quantity of water carried by . California streams has therefore been and will continue to be a highly important factor in the development of all these resources, for" the fundamental importance of stream- flow data is now so thoroughly recog nized that it is almost impossible tit. finance any project depending upon. stream flow without presenting authen tic records of flow covering a period of years. From advance sheets of Water- . Supply Paper 298, U. S. Geological Survey. PROFITS FROM COURT SESSION. For First Time in Many Years, Income Will Exceed Expense. Washington county court adjourned yesterday until to-morrow morning, when two divorce cae will be heard. After those are disposed of, court will adjourn for a week or more, when chan cery matters will be taken up. Only minor matter were considered at yes terday's session. It now appear that, tor the nrst time in many vests, the income of the term has exceeded tbe expense. From fine and costs there has been received $1,- 034.21, and two liquor selling cases from Waterbury, which have been continued for sentence, will return $30 each, mak ing the income, without entry, trial or judgment fees at lea-t $2,531.21. Wit ness and jury delwnture. assistant judges' and reporters' salaries make toUf debentures of about J1. leav ing; quite a profit to the state after tbe entry, trial and judgment fees are paid. STILL IN SECLUSION. Women vote for GOLD DUST But Colonel Roosevelt Is Feeling Very WelL Oyster Bay, X. Y Oct. 24. Colonel Rooapvelt waa still in seclusion to-dav but was gaining strength so rapidly that it wa expected ne would om be per mitted to resume the work of the cam paign. lie felt no pin. although whenever he rained his right arm or breathed deep ly be was reminded of hie ir.jurr by the I grating of tJbe ends of tbe fractured rib. Mt prooaWy wil be several weeks before Le ill bave full use of bis right arm. If you are trying to keep house without Gold Dust, you are not taking advantage of modern methods. Get some system into your work, but let Gold Dost do all the hard part of the task. All you need to do is to direct it. There are millions of women in America today who wouldn't give up mmmmmmmm Another Reform Movement the use of Gold Dust for anything. Are these women all wrong? If you want to get right, buy a package of Gld Dust today and join the millions of happy housewives who "Let the COLD DUST TWINS do their work" THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, Chlcaa r