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TIIK IiARRE DAUjV TIMES,' U'AKKE, VT., FRIDAY, FETmiJAUY 27, 1020.
B This Laxative Is Now in Half a Million Homes They regulate their health with Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin WHERE there are, women and young children and elderly people it is always well to have a mild, gentle-ncting laxative like Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin handy. This is a combi nation of simple laxative herbs with pepsin which does all that is required in constitution and does it with safety and comfort. It is free from narcotics and may be given to babies. Half a million mothers have it in os many cood American homes, and these fami lies are healthier for it. Every drug store sells Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. In spite of the fact that Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin is the largest selling liquid laxative in the world, there being over 6 million bottles sold each year, many who need its benefits have not yet used it. If you have not, send your name and address for a free trial bottle to Dr. W. B. paldwell, 511 Washington St., Monticelio, lUinoii. DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN THE PERFECT LAXATIVE ITALY GETS ANXIOUS : FOR TOURIST TRADE n no reace lime wumn vj xears w Th,n nn a A r. leans in Kome. r 1 riome, reu. nt-jnaiiu iui imme diate resumption of foreign tourist traffic is general in Italy despite a shortage of hotels and limited housing facilities. Premier Nitti and other gov ernment officials have declared it im- T T- 1. T J : L I (iirtant to bring foreigners to Italy so j lis 10 lessen me imium r in it unc against this country and improve the exrhange rates. In no peace time within the last 40 years have there been so few Amer icans in Rome as at present. Their number is said to be about UOO. The hotels are virtually all crowded with Italians. Tourists who come without making reservations in advance find it difficult to obtain accommodations. The irovernment requisitioned 50 of the largest hotels in Rome for war work, o that hotel space is far below nor mal. . ' Hotel keepers are making vigorous rfforts to recover the use of their hos relries and each week a few hotels are (timed back to their proprietors. But Uome has grown from 530,000 to 800, '00 since the beginning of the war and lack of apartments and houses has forced Italian families into hotels as rapidly as room has become available. Space will be found, nevertheless, for American tourists if they come to Rome, said an officer of the Hotel keepers' association to the Associated Press. The hotel managers have grant ed no leases to Italians and, it is stated, will give preference to tourists. It is oointed out that exchange rates are so favorable to Americans that the :harges of Italian hotels would become reasonable. Italian railways are making prep irations for a heavy tourist traffic next spring. The hope is general in com mercial circles that Americans will nine to Italy in large numbers within I few months. -If so, they will not find conditions normal. Motor transporta tion is said to be almost out of the juestion. The cost of petrol is pro hibitive and it is so scarce that it can got be had in unlimited quantities at my price. Motor cars also are scarce ind transportation by that method "gh. EDUCATION COSTS MORE. Rhodes Scholarship Candidates Will Have to Pay $250 More a Year. Oxford, Feb. 27. Candidates for Rhodes scholarships in Oxford univcr tity will have to pay an extra f early to meet the increased cost of iving. as the present scholarship of M,."00 "is no longer sufficient to cover he expenses of a full year, including erms and vacations." This is pointed Hit in the statement of the Rhodes rust for 1019. The trustees have made i temporary grant of a small war bo ms to existing scholars but those leeted for any Jear latVr than 1011) ,. i'l have to "furnish the additional ni'nev. Make Less Housework ! What's the use of cooking when you can have era FRENCH STRIKE MORE SERIOUS More Railroad Employes Ceased Work This Morning SUBURBAN SERVICE STILL MORE REDUCED I I Railroad Workers at Nice ! Are Reported to Have I Struck Paris, Feb. 27. Railroad men at the eastern station in this city ceased work ; at 7 o'clock this morning and the strike situation became worse at the northern fetation. Railroad service to suburban points was still further diminished, ' tvfMi tfta avpnnf inn ti ttie linn mi flip. right bank of the Seine to Versailles. Railroad workers at Nice have struck, according to reports. Decision wr reached by the French cabinet this morning that the minister of public works would ask the Cham ber of Deputies ithis afternoon to dis cuss a bill authorizing the requisition ing of automobiles if railroad traffic is interrupted by the strike. Restrictions on restaurants were de cided upon this morning at the session of the cabinet. Menus must not com nrise more than two courses, one beins mca,t and no milk will tie served in restaurants after 9 o'clock in the morn 1 ing. ir me situation 15 unimproved, wo meat ess davs per week will be or- V1V . . v. GENEROUS ADJUSTMENT FOR HOIIENZOLLERNS Value of Estates Held By Members of the Family May Reach a lion Marks. Bil- Berlin, Feb. 26. The value of the estates which belonged to the former German emperor and his family may reach 1.000,000,000 marks. In attempt ing to fix the compensation to Count Hohenzollern for that part of his pri vate property taken over tv the state the authorities have experienced diffi culty in deciding what part belonged to the crown and how much was strict ly private. The difficulty arose in part from the fact that the appraisers have had to inventory properties which have been accumulating for five centuries. The settlement will be dictated, it is stated, by a desire to offer to the Ho henzollerns a generous adjustment. Their acquiescence is said to have been obtained to the bill in the Prussian Diet to pay the former emperor 100V 000.000 marks for property taken and permit him to retain a number -of cas tles, real estate and personal property. BULGARIAN TREATY IN PARLIAMENT Lloyd George States It Would be Laid on Table of the House Next Week for Action. London, Feb. 27. Premier Lloyd George stated in the House of Com mons yesterday that the Bulgarian peace treaty would be laid on the ta ble of the House next week. He said a bill would be introduced empowering the privy council to take neces-ary steps for carrying out the treaty. UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE Idea Has Spread to All Parts of the ' Japanese Empire. N Honolulu, T. II., Feb. 2. The move ment recently launched in Tokio by university students for universal suf frage in Japan has spread to all parts of the country and to Korea and Man churia as well, according to Tokio ad vices to the Hawaii Hochi, a local Jap anese language daily. The police bureau of the home affairs department ha instructed prefectural police chiefs to restrict suffrage agita tion, the Hochi's correspondent adds. Two of the opposition parties in the lower house of the Japanese Diet, the kokuminto and kenseikai.' recently in troduced a universal suffrage measure in the Chamber of Deputies. i 1 1- ?. i ,i i ma 3K MM So many skin troubles only need alittJo IResinol to heal them for good For that itching patch of rash or eczema, try Resinol Ointment, bclrjre the trouble has a chance to become serious. You will doubt less be surprised to find how quickly it soothes and cools your irritated skin. Its harmless, gen tle ingredients make it safe for the tenderest skin. All druggists sell Resinol. QUIT MEAT WHEN KIDNEYS BOTHER Take a Glass of Salts if Your Back Hurts or Bladder Trou bles You. No man or woman who eats meat regularly can make a mistake by Hush ing the kidneys occasionally, says a well-known authority. Meat forms uic acid, which excites the kidneys, they become overworked from the strain, get sluggish and fail to filter the waste and poisons from the blood, then we get sick. Nearly all rheumatism, head aches, liver trouble, nervousness, dizzi ness, sleeplessness and urinary disor ders come from sluggish kidneys. The moment you feel a dull ache in the kidneys or your back hurts, or if the urine is cloudy, offensive, full of sedi ment, irregular of passage or attended by a sensation of scalding, stop eating meat and get about four ounces of Jad Salts from any pharmacy; take a ta blespoonful in a glass of water before breakfast and in a few days your kid neys will act fine. This famous salts is 'made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with ilthia, and has been used for generations to Hush and stimulate the kidneys, also to neu tralize the acids in urine so it no longer causes irritation, thus ending bladder weakness. Jad Salts is inexpensive and cannot injure; makes a nciigntiui. enervcsceni lithia-watcr drink, which everyone should take now and then to keep the kidnevs clean and active and the blood pure, thereb avoiding serious kidney complications. Adv. CHURCH CAMPAIGN MANAGER. Bishop Theodore S. Henderson Chosen for Interchurch World Movement. Bishop Theodore S. Henderson, gen eral superintendent of the Methodist Episcopal church in the Detroit area, has accepted the call of the interchurch world movement to give executive di rection to the Leitfcn Evangelistic cam paign being conducted in the churches of denominations co-opi rating in the movement. A call for mobilizing all the forces of the churches to center upon the evun gelitic campaign throughout the coun try during March, culminating on "join the church Sunday," which Faster Sun d.ivVhas been termed, has been issued by the newly appointed campaign man ager. ' Bishop Henderson -d that he be lieved that no permanent international or industrial peace could be enjoyed until men generally realized it hat t here must be an increase of practical re licion that expresses itself in dealing with men. "It would place the mark of failure iiDon the evangelistic campaign to say that we were to attempt to reach only one set of nerson. The rich need to repent of their ins and turn to (lod as much as the ior perhaps more than the poor. They are all sinners and need sa'vation. And' sa I at ion is wh.t Je-ois ( hrist came to give them. That i-. what we will stress during this Lenten period.' In outlining the campaign. Bf'hop Henderson said that the plan" to be put into nppra'inti nuld siipiilemen; I ail .the efforts being made bv individ ual ihiirche ami groups of churches in particular communities which have already arranged to conduct an agirres sive rimpiifti or personal and eommu n;ty evangelism during the Lenten pe riod. What You Pay in Freight. Compared with the cot of other good- and sen ices to day, railroad trsn-portation is the cheapest thing the public buys. Never in theV hi-tory of American railroads ha transport at ion been relatively so cheap in it i to Hav. Il is being sold at ! than tlio cot of product .m. h -n we fairly take 'into --C"iint ail 1 '-e elements ol ro.t. i Bt fore Lh- n.ir suit "t" rlotlrnjri I from one nf the ('ir.i-.i- factories. - ', j ir.ir for in a reiail hn rubric I from I 'ni'-agi to Is .ni"ic-. for I'.' .j cents. The u t of t-iitthinsf no rr I ti! at or .-'''!. but t'te freight r e 1 on that Cl nii Into! ha alism-e.l only ."' : -c:i; oh.le 111" pri.e if the -ml lias irotw up - or &U1. lake fr another example: Niw ln:'aril rv h:;:itsi from r....v.ti ri-ri!.i at a of !-! :hn , p r j 'r. r m-stter nhat 1 li- r! .i )m f rc b r. it; in -iv in- nih.-ait p:l j -.-.I o-t t -h- -.t i in -t i ini'e.l ! !.- il tia'i-p"'' i' The ra r jr.- .sm'n.; " I He.-.. New V--k f .t ji , aS.it !- ! Jt Tb Nation's I'.'j- nc-. ,. (.f i r mi :.A .... , f p and. SELL STEAMERS TO BELGIUM U. S. Shipping Board An nounces Sale of Ten Freighters WHICH WERE BUILT DURING THE WAR Belgium Will Use Vessels Between the Baltic and Spain New York, Feb, 27. Purchase of 10 standard 3,000-ton steel steamships from the United States shipping board lias been announced by the Lloyd Roy al Beige of Antwerp. The ships, which will be turned over as soon as they have discharged their cargoes in Amer ican ports, were built in 1017 and are designed to make- nine and one-half knots. The vessels will be divided be tween the Antwerp service of the line in the Baltic and that to Spain and Portugal. REDUCES WORKING HOURS. Black Cat Co., Bennington, on 48-Hour Week Schedule After March 1. Bennington, Feb. 27. Notices have been posted at .the underwear mill of me tsiacK i at lexme company nere D0HUty 0f your hair. It will be a mass, stating that beginning March 1 the j go fioft lUHtrous, lluffv, and so easv plant will be operated on a 48-hour 1 1 do p. AU duiit, dirt and excessive week schedule instead of ."0 houm. The0jj jH removed. 4S-hour week was one of the demands jA,t in,1(iorine put more life, color, made by the striking operatives at thafvi,or aa(i brightness in your hair. This Black Cat mill who walked out last . gt jlmliltting tonic will freshen vour August and who through their picketing !w.al)i ,,h(t.k dHn(irulT and fulling hair, of the nulls created such a condition jaml h)l!p vour hair to grow on)If tilick, wiai me una. oiocmm nppi-Hiru in wo . rM..n,..,. 'Vita irM'alnnr t.la.wl Old governor placed eountv sheriff and his deputies in : charge of the situation which gradually) cnangeu lis wi? opcim-ivcs ui okc iiich allyegiance to the union and returned to work. There are now more opera tives at work in the mill than when the strike was called. Many of .them are new Workers and others have come to Bennington from points without the state. GOTT STRAFE ENGLAND, FOLLOW ED BRITISH As Officers of British Army Passed Along Street in Kiel Children Took Up the Cry. Kiel. Feb. 2d. The intense feeling still existing in (iermany against Kne- land was manifested toward some Brit- ish officers who accompanied the inter allied commission of control on a re cent visit here. The town was crowded with German sailors, who were clean and smartly dressed. They passed by with averted faces, but civilians on the contrary showed the keenest interest and stared at the visitors, occasionally remarked "Gott strafe England." The British visitors took no notice and walked on, followed by a train of small boys, many of whom repeated in a childish treble, "Gott strafe England," at intervals. The shopkeepers, however, were quite friendly and trade became very brisk. Further evidence of the present atti tude of the Germans was forthcoming at the Kiel canal, where the children gathered on the banks invariably shout - ed out the old rry of "Gott strafe England." One man cried, ''We will have you jet," while the final effort at the close of the return journey was that of the optimist who proclaimed: "We shall i .. .. H :n i..n ,.Mn ti liau Hlioiliil nil ill lit,- jraia time.' A MAGNIFICENT SPECTACLE. Will Be the Installation of the Order of the Bath. London. Feb. 27. A solemn installa tion of Knights (,nsid Gross of the Or.ler of the Bath will take place with all the historic ceremonials in the Henrv VII. chapel of Westminster Ab bey during May, says the Express. The chapel holds 3rt stalls and the scene when the king revived the cere mony seven years a.no was one of mag nificent splendor, surpassed only by a coronation ceremony. An outdoor procession from the princes' chamber in the House of Lords, where the knights and companions put on their crimson robe and white plumes, to the Abbey, will be followed by a complete processional and a ren dering of the "Te leum." The solemn Bath ceremonies in the chapel include the redemption of their swords by the knights about to Im imtalled, the ac tual installation by the sovereign grand master, and the taking of the solemn oath of the order. ' FOR FAME IN FILM FIELD Two Young Aristocrats Are Coming from London to California. fa. ml.. n. Feb. 27. Two young aristo crats are going to California to seek tame in the film world. They are Cap tain Vesey A. Davoren. "The O'Dk vorsen." an Irishman who claim to be a descendant on his mother's side from the great Duke of WelPngton, and on bis father's side from Irish kings: and Eliot Gordon, nephew of an earl ami heir to bis estates in Hertfordshire. Both have already idaved in films here. I 1 fSL ?Hks fST& sl . if I -X ' 3V B "V FOR GIRLS! A MASS OF WAVY, GLEAMY BEAUTIFUL HAIR Let "Danderine" save and glorify your hair In a few moments you can trans form your plain, dull, Hat hair. You can have it abundant, soft, glossy and full of life. Just get at any drug or toilet counter a small bottle of "Dan derine" for a few cents. Then moisten a soft cloth with the Damlerine and draw thi through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. Instantly, ; v,Hj immediately, you have doubled the gtroII(, anJ beautiful. Adv, " GIRLS! YOU CAN LIFT THEM OFF j Doesn't hurt a bit to lift your , sore, touchy corns j right out A noted Cincinnati authority discov ered a new ether compound and called it free.one, and a quarter ounce of it now can be had for a few cents at any j drug store, j You simply apply a few drops of this magic freezone upon a tender corn or painful callus and instantly the sore ness disappears, then shortly you will find the corn or callus so loose that you can lift, it off with the fingers. You feel no pain, not a particle of soreness, either when applying freezone or afterwards, and it doesn't even irri tate the skin. Hard corns, soft corns or rorns be tween the toes, also toughened calluses, just shrivel up and lift off so easy. It is wonderful! It works like a charm. Try it! Women should keep it on their dress ers and never let a corn ache twice. Adv. ARMENIANS MASSACRED. 1 Cablegram Reports Several Thousand Rilled. Washington, Feb. 27. The massacre of several thousand Armenians was re ported in a cablegram received yester day by Professor dcr Hagopian, Vice president of the Armenian national delegation to the peace conference, who is in Washington on a special mission. Colds Break Get instant relief wilh 'Tape's Cold Compound' Don t stay stuffed -up! Vint blowing and knurling! A dose of "Tape's Cold Compound" taken every two hours un til three doses are taken usually breaks up a cold and ends all grippe misery. The very first dose opens your clogged up nostrils and the air pas sacc of your head; stops nose run ning; ndicves the headache, dullness, feverishness, sneezing, soreness, stiff ness. "Pane's Cold Compound" is the quick est, surest' relief known and costs only a few cents at drug More. It acts without assistance. Tastes nice. Con tains no quinine. Insist on Tape's! Adv 6 LIVER AND BOWELS grand! That HeJK-he. B Imusness and Constipation is Cone." ifil wk LESS RAPID RISE IN AMERICA In Cost of Living Than in .Six Other Countries Since 1914 ' AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND BETTER OFF j Increase in United States 88 Per Cent; in Can ada, 93 Washington, D. C, Feb. 27. Living costs have aiivan -ed more in six for eign countries since 1014 than in 'the United States, according to compari sons of retail food prices in nine coun tries including the United States, made public to-day by the bureau of labor statistics. In Australia and New Zea land, however, tTie advance was less than in this country. Taking July, 1014, as t he base point, the bureau shows that the retail prices of the principal food articles in the United States had increased by HH per cent in September, 1019, compared with advances of 116" per cent in Great Britain and 03 per cent in Canada dur ing the same period. The comparisons Hre made from the latest reports from the various coun tries. In August, 1010, the increase in the United States was 8(i per cent, com pared with ItiO per cent, in France; 112 per cent in Norway, and 210 per cent in Sweden, while in Australia and New Zealand, prices climbed but 48 per cent. April, 1010, the last roport from Italy, showed an advance of 1K1 per cent there against 78 per cent in this coun try. In September food prices had climbed 150 per cent in Paris and 114 per cent in Rome. VURKS TO STAY IN CONSTANTINOPLE But Never Again Will Gate to Bos phorus be Closed by the Turks in Face of British Ships. London, Feb. 27. -The' decision not to oust. Turkey from Constantinople was reached by the allies' supreme council only after lung consideration of the difficulties in the Turkish situ ation, .premier Llovd George declared in the House of Commons yesterday when the que-tum of the future of Turkey was brought up for debate. The decision, eaid the premier, was a bal ance of advantages and disadvantages and it was upon this balance. aid aft er weighing carefully all the argu ments pro and con that the council con eluded that on the whole the better course for achieving the common end was to retain the Turk in the capital on the Bosphorus. Beferring to the agieement made early in the war under which Russia was to obtain Constantinople, Mr. Llovd George said this agreement had ended, so far as Russia was concerned, by the resolution of 1017, and he reiterated ls pledge that there would be a dif ferent porter at the gates, however. It would be ".he height of folly again to trust the guardianship of those gates to a people who had betrayed their trust, he declared, and never again would those cates be closed by the Turks in the face of British ships, TURKS IN PROTEST. Against the Removal of Sultan from Constantinople. Constantinople, Feb. 25. .Meetings have been held throughout Turkey for several weeks to protest against the removal of the sultan and his govern ment from Constantinople, which has been rumored. One hundred thousand Turkish men and women attended the neeting held here. The crown prince occupied a seat on the speakers stand and. for the first time, it is said, in the history of the Turkish empire, the women addressed a political meeting and discussed measures to be taken to ave the remnants of Turkey in Eu rope. Resolutions were adopted and delega tions appointed to delivr them to ren resentatives of the entente here. In ;hese it was declared that Constanti nople, being the seat of the Califate, and the Tracian hinterland around Con stantinople should remain Turkish: that the southern and eastern provinces in which Turkish populations are in the majority should remain Turkish and that the rights of the minorities of the Christian elements in Turkey and Turkish elements in the Balkans should "be settled on an equal basis." GAMBLING WAVE IN SPAIN. Gambling House are Crowded Till Late Morning. Madrid, Feb. 2(1. This country, the men and women of which have the rep utation of being milling to put their last peseta oa some game f chance, has never witnessed such a wave of gambling a that which is now flowing over the country and has been in ex istence since the conclusion of the war. Casinos have been erected on the bor ders of the larger cities, so as not to interfere with the concessions in the cities. Thes pa-nbling houes are crowded during the afternoons and cniiips and until late in the morn ing with men and women playing rme in which the odds agsinst thern make it impossible for any but the ex tremely lucky to win. The"newapers hare started a cam paign against this gambling in Ma drid especially where, as one newspaper puts it. "Men and women are pauper ized in gambling houes which oper ate under government license and then turned on the ttreet to beg." SEND BEES BY AIRPLANE. Transportation Difficulties for Long Distance Settled. Birmingham. Ala.. IV .-Transportation d'fJi"til;ic i'l the shipment of J bw. over Ion;.' di-tan'-e for htvrd'-, I j iir;oc luve been ed by an !s i l-?n.a ai.i.irv. !: h a -in lun-l Jiy 'that rrnrmei!t had been compVt.-1 l i -e, j-itinO nh of h.ny makers to northern t ans ia by airplane. Sweet Pure Clean Swifts Premium Oleomargarine is prepared in cool spotless rooms. Only the best and purest materials are used it is never touched by hands in making or packing. Swift's Premium Oleomargarine contains, the growth-creating elements that all children need they like it too. Its flavor is delicious. Besides, it is economical splendid for cooking too. Get a package from you grocer today. Swift & Company, U. S. A. Muufaeturan of GEM NUT MARGARINE A High Quality Nut Margarin Topics of the Home and Household. When half an onion has been used, turn the cut side down on a small plate, and it Will keep fresh for days. A bunch of parsley, if washed and put into a mason jar, sealed airtight, will keep fresli and crisp for two weeks. Ieave enough water clinging to the leaves to keep them moist. The reason why a bit of lemon juice or vinegar softens the bands after they have been in dish water for a time is that it destroys the corrosive effects of the alkali in the soaps usually fy.und at the kitchen sink. Wind hosiery is exceedingly fashion able this winter. Whether this is be cause silk is so scarce and high priced, because women like the low shoes and reouire the wool stocking for warmth, or just because it has a wintry look that is well liked one cannot say, but certain it is that wool is the hosiery of the hour. . Spring Sweater Styles. The touch of spring in the air turns one's thoughts to the out-of-doors, and naturally wearing apparel suitable for the milder days that are on the way is a growing concern, sweaters lor mis coming season are unusually attractive, both in coloring and design, and the filet stitch has lost none of its popular ity, in fact it is going to be used almost entirely. Some of the shops are aiming to promote sweater and scarf making in the home and are furnishing an ex pert needlewoman who will lend her assistance to the novice or to the wom an who would learn the newest and most novel stitches. Fight the Flu. A well-nourished body is your firt weapon to tight the flu germ. For that vitality ami physical wen being which everyone should possess, the laws of nutrition and hygiene must be a part of the everyday life. Three well-balanced meals a day are the first requisites, and these meals should be m 11 PURE JELLIES Oil I p i, , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ( . i ) A Lenten Deli- , I e i r""tiiHiii,iiiiiii'iiiiii'ii'iiiitl cacy that will be on a million tables. SECURE YOURS TO-DAY! IADE TheAVHIPPlE C9MPAMY XATICK, MASS. taken at. regular intervals. In the well balanced diet there is an appetizing and nourishing breakfast if possible a fruit, warm cereal with milk and sug ar, sausage, or bacon, or an egg, toast or muffins and a beverage. Just toast and coffee or sweet rolls and coffee are not sufficient for the adult and for the school children w ill result in that state of under-nutrition which every mother wishes to avoid for her family, says the Bofton Herald. Food is to the body what coal is to the engine, so let's give the body the right kind of fuel, in the form of good wholesome food. As the engine needs a draft to furnish the oxygen that the fire may burn, so we must breathe plenty of fresh air that the food taken into the body may be converted into the vitality and brawn for the best en joyment of the day's work and pleas ures, and to withstand the onslaught of disease germs. Buy foods in sanitary packages or wrappings and at a market where all foods are handled and displayed under the best sanitary conditions, as it is from the outside sources that we first' come into contact with the disease. Plenty of good wholesome food, fresh air, sunshine and exercise in the open result in a healthy condition which forms a barrier against disease. Dorothy Dexter. SHE JUST DYES EVERYTHING NEW "Diamond Dyes" Save Shabby, Old, Faded Apparel Don't worry about perfect results. I'se "Diamond Dyes," guaranteed to give a new, rich, fadeless color to any fabric, whether it be wool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed goods, dresses, blouses, stockings, skirts, children's coats, feathers, draperies, coverings. The Direction Book with each pack age tells so plainly how to diamond dye oer any color that you cannot make a mistake. To match any material, have drng eist show you "Diamond Dye" Color Card. Adv." IUI Made by the mekers of the Famous Grandmother's Mince Meat And sold by all Good Grocers BY1 Hi 0