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THE BARRE DAILY -TIMES. BAR11E, VT., TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 1921.
a miter si f i puw i ; mm mm a- UIPfflB L3 y ess fj! 71 J T" IT "I 1ITTT nn TTTTTTT"T a i Every Near (IIIIIIIIKIlIIIIIIIIMIIIfy Next time you want to concen trate on a piece of work Just slip astickofWRlCLEVS between your teeth. It's a wonderful help in daily tasks and sports as well. Hazards disappear GREEK MORALE IS WEAKENING Severe Losses Have Been Inflict ed on Them By Turks LATTER ADVANCING "WITH BIG FORCE And Greeks Are in Danger of Losing Brusa in Northern Asia Minor and hard The Flavor Lasts 53 places come easy for WRIGLEVS gives you comfort and poise it adds the zest that means success. A ereat deal' . for 5c SEALED TIGHT KEPT RIGHT 'minim V Bll Constantinople, April 5 (By the At sociatcd Press) Greek forces in north ern Asia Minor seem to be in danger of losing Brusa, upon which the Turk ish nationalists are advancing in eu perior numbers. The Greek casualties during the last ten days on the Kski- ' Shehr front are estimated at 150 offi cers and 4.0(H) men. Tsmct Pasha, Turkish commander at Kski-Shehr, is issuing wireless dis patches comparing the Turkish victory there to the battle of the Marne. He adils in his statements that he is a student of Marshal Joffrc. The Greek debacle at Eski -Shehr is said tj hae been due to the failure of a division on the Sugut sector to ad vance in conjunction with a division from Dilejik, to the north, and an other from Inegol, to the southwest. Severe losses have been inflicted upon the Greek, and the morale of the troops is said to lie poor despite the larce number of priests who are with them encouraging them in the battle. LEGILAT1VE WORK REVIEWED (Continued from second page.) MARCH WEATHER. RUN OVER BY AUTO. Rutland Boy in Hospital Since Acci dentThrown Into the Air. Kutland, April 5 Howard Grossman, 13 years old and a messenger boy for the Postal Telegraph company, was knocked down ami rut- over Saturday by an Cherland automobile, owned and driven by Leon Ornisbee, a telegrapher for the Rutland railroad. Although it i expected he will recover, the boy has bad injuries to his head and was Temperature 10 Degree! Above Normal Four Inches of Snow. Vorthfteld, April 5. V. A. Shaw. meteorologist, in charge of the local station of the I'nited States weather bureau, reports a mean temperature of .'Iti degrees in Xorthfield during March. This is ten degrees above the normal temperature for the month and the highest for any March since 19011. The maximum for the month was 72 de- j greps, on the Until, ana the minimum was three degrees, on tne -tin. ine greatest daily range was 51 degrees, on the 2Hth, and the least daily range was five degrees, on the Hth. The preci pitation (rain and melted snow) amounted to 2.57 inches, the normal for the month being 2.79 indies. The prevailing wind was from the south, the total movement 7,504 miles, the average hourly velocity " 10.1 miles, and the maximum velocity 3fl mile per hour, from the north, on the 28th. The unconscious at the Rutland hospital all Saturday mijht. I According to eye' witnesses, young Grossman was hurrying across the street when he was struck by the front ot the Or bee machine. lie was ,,, a mail., on of five clear, seven e .11 thrown in' the air and when he fell the tar ran completely over his body, stopping a short distance beyond. One of the headlights was broRen otr and smashed into the radiator by the im pact. Mr. Ormsliee took the boy to the hospital. partlv cloud v and 10 cloud v da vs. Pre cipitation in quantity sufficient to measure occurred on IS davs. The snowfall amounted to only 4.3 inches. A thunderstorm occurred on the 8th and sleet fell on the 2th. A solar halo was noted on tthe 12th and fog on the 15th 22: ; li kss lie. 1 mmmm. n mm mm- Women of Middle Ag THE critical stage of a woman's life usually comes between the years of 45 and 55, and is often beset with annnoying symptoms such as nervousness irrita bility, melancholia, heat flashes which produce head ache and dizziness, and a sense of suffocation. Guard your health carefully, for if this period be passed over safely, many years of perfect health may be enjoyed. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is especially adapted to help women through this crisis. It exercises a restorative in fluence, tones and strengthens the system, and assists nature in the long weeks and months covering this period. It is prepared from medicinal roots and herbs, and contains no harmful drugs or narcotics. Its value is proven by many such letters as these : A fton, Term. "I want other suf ferine women to know what Lydia E. l'inkham's Vegetable Cora pound has done for me. During Change of Life I was in bed for H months and had pood care, but did not improve. A friend advised mo to take Lydia E. l'inkham's Vegeta ble Compound, which I did, and in a f-hort time I felt better. That was five years ago, and now when I feel run down and nervous I take the Compound and it always does me pood. I wish all women would try it during Change of life, for I know it will do them pood. Sirs. A. Killxb, Afton, Term. Thomas, Okla. "I first used Lydia E. l'inkham's Vegetable Com pound in my pirlhood days, ty the advice of a friend. At the ago of 47 I was troubled with dizziness, hot flashes, and became very weak so that I was unable to do any work. I took Lydia K. Iinkhanis petab!e Compound with the result 'that I felt tetter and stronger than I have for years. I have also piven it to my three daughters, and always with pood results. The Vegetable Com pound is certainly grand for the ilk of women." Mrs. J. (I. fcWaVBKT, Koute B, Thomas, Okla. Letter like the above do influence women to try Lyd Ved ia E. RnkharrtS etame Compound LYDIA E.PINKHAM MEDICINE CO. LYNN. MASS. 1 1 li s, fined not more than $200. The same penalty is kept for first offense in the new law, and the provision is added that "for each subsequent conviction, shall be imprisoned not more than one year." A large number of laws relating to highways were passed. Some of the more important ones are given here: Providing that the state shall double (instead of match) the amount voted by towns, over the requirement, for purposes ; increasing from $75,000 to $150,000 the amount which shall lie available in the maintenance of highways other than state roads; providing that danger signs and guide boards shall be erected to mark the muin routes of travel; that the state shall take over the bridge connecting the towns of Milton and Colchester and also the one across the Missisquoi river in Sheldon; providing for reimburse ments of towns for expenditures for freeing toll bridges between Vermont and New Hampshire; increasing the amount of state aid which may be fur nished a town for bridge building. Though the automobile laws were not tampered with very seriously at this session, the legislature passed laws giving the secretary of state the power of enforcement officer of all statutes, rules and regulations pertaining to vehicles and law of 1 the road, so that he ha power to conduct hearings, call witnesses, administer oaths and take tewtimony.'and to suspend or revoke li censes of resident or non-resident oper ators; giving the highway commission er power to close roads to auto trucks when, in hi opinion, such roads are not in condition for travel by such trucks; regulating the display of num ber plates; requiring permits for the operation of traction engines or trac tors; amending the law relating to op ?ratmg an antomobile without a license providing that in case of loss of regis tration certificate or license, the see re-tary of state shall, upon proper noti fication, furnish a duplicate for 50 cents: providing for additional fees in certain cases for motor vehicle deal ers' licenses and prohibiting operatio of motor trucks with seal for hire at tached. Several laws which mav be called "safety first" measures were passed, in eluding provision that receptacles which gasoline i placed shall be paint ed red, also provision that all vehicles traveling on the public highway after sunset, with the exception of those ac tually carrying hay and otraw, and liose propelled, by hand, shall carry lights The Host on and Maine merger plan which allows that railroad to consoli date several other roads in Vermont into its system, wag sanctioned by the legislature and is now a law. The fees for corporations were also amended in order that the fee would not be exor bit ant for a corporation of the large proportions contemplated by the Bos ton and Maine in this state. Permission was given to Westport Kssex Kerry Co. to operate a ferry acroM Lake Champlain, taking in West port and Essex, .. V., and Pine Grove and Thompson' point in Vermont. Hanking measures- passed include: That where state has use of unclaimed deposits in savings banks, it shall pay interest of two per cent if money is lawfully claimed; amending law re garding investment of banks; provid ing that banks may deposit funds in the chartered baivfcs of Canada. prison at Windsor; $110,000 for dormi tory for irirls at industrial school at Vergenncs; $5,000 for trades building at same school; $-'0,000 to be expended bv serarcant-at-arms to purchase site and construct storehouse near Capitol J highway also to regild the dome of the btate House, remove a fence and re-locate the walk between the State House grounds and those adjoining the supreme court building; $7,000 for equipping ana re modeling house of correction property at Rutland for a stat prison and house of correction for women; $50,000 for in surance sinking fund; $50,000 for col leges of arts and sciences, agriculture and engineering at University 01 ver mont; $30,000 for the permanent im provenient of Sandbar bridge; $15,000 for receiving home for children com mitted to state board of charities. The usual number of special town aid bills were passed. ) Salary raises were given out spar ingly. Those who got raises were: Jus tices of the supreme court and superior judges; public service commissioners; probate judges; county clerks; fih and game wardens; supervisots of the in sane; jurors; the attorney general. Two different bills were introduced providing for increases for state's at torneys, but both were killed. A law was passed that . judges of probate should be paid actual and necessary ex penses when away from home on official business, ihe reporter of decisions wag also given his expenses when away from home on official business. Sheriffs were given a raise in salary, it a provided that the salaries of state ofli- cers, county clerks, judges of probate, states attorneys, etc., sua 11 oe paia monthly instead of quarterly. A to the legislators themselves, they really raised their own salaries this year by adopting the $400 lump sum proposition, although it was a sort of a gamble with them. By completing their work in Kti days, they increased their pay about 05 cents a day over what it would have leen at the straight per diem figure, each legislator getting a bonus of $51. H is the general feel ing, however, that the state will save in the end by having the work of the session completed earlier, and thus do ing away with the other heavy expendi tures connected with the session. A law was enacted increasing the amount of the senatorial scholarships at the I niversity of ermont, Middle- bury and Norw ich, so that it will more nearly meet the cost ot tuition, which bus recently been raised in each of these institutions. A new law that is likely to affect every part of the state and to make considerable difference with the land scape in many section of the state is that which controls the use of bill boards. This law provides that a per son, nrm or corporation snail not ins- play any advertisement containing more than six square feet upon real property other than thp property upon which the goods advertised are manu factured or offered for sale until a li cense to make such display has been obtained from the secretary of state. Millboards already being displayed in the state come under the provisions of this act and must be paid for and li censed. It is estimated that tins new law will firing in a tidy revenue to the ftate. Although the legislature failed to re peal the primary law, it amended it in spots. One of the changes made in this law was that persoiwi voting in the di rect primary shall declare their party afliliations; a!s the presidential pri mary was abolished, but the conven tions were ret: lied at which delegates to national coi .-ntion are chosen. Seakiiig of the primary brings us to the women. This being the first Vermont geneiyl assembly following the general participation of women in politics, and the first in which a woman ever sat as a legislator, it was gener ally expected that laws looking toward the betterment of conditio! I among women and children would follow. Sev eral such laws were enacted. Provision was made for the appointment of a w ttmait inspector of factories to be a deputy to the commissioner of indus tries. A law a passed providing for medical and surgical treatment fur crippled and physically defective chil dren and provision was made for ex amination of children in the custody of juvenile court. Laws on Family Relations. The lady from Orange was directly responsible for the introduction of the bill which became a law including among mother who may receive aid from ti" slate one whose husband is incapacitated by an incurable disease from earning a living, or is confined in a hospital, sanatorium or other nwti t lit ion . Other laws enacted w hich relate to fami'y relations include making a father and mother joint guardians of a minor rhild; including the step-child among members of the family whom the parent is required to support up to the age of )ti; providing that only chil dren less than two years old shall be kept in poor houses, and then only in emergency and that in no case shall a child be kept there more than (Ml days. A law was passed providing that chi! drt n of marriage hereafter annulled or dissolved shall be legitimate. Not only were the women of the state welcomed into full suffrage, both by formal amendment to the constitu tion and change in the general laws, but they were also given the legal right to hold oflice by special enact ment. One of the important bills pased at the very end of the session, which had not been signed by the governor at this writing, was the uniform sales act which is a codification of the laws re lating to the sale of goods and should be of great value. An act which promise l he of im portance among the rottle breeders' and dealer of the state is that whirh provides that tuberculous rattle mav be shipped, out of the state to approved slaughter bouses to bo killed. Hereto fore, such csle were all slaughtered in Vermont, a majority of them bing handled by 1he Hurlini:ton P'ihr.i.g plant. It is stated by the mrar -mriei ot ajrriciilt lire that the pcrnii mn to ship tuberculous rattle into M;i-ihii-ett will ve the Mate inn-idiTalile money, in bis let judgment. iWau--more salvage ran lie obtained and the freight rate are better. So far a i- known. thi bill has not yet been signed br the grTeriwr. A law proidin for uniform griding of apples 11 hnallr raed at thi eMon. after wveral attempts along this line at past xession bad failed. Prohibition ft lotteries i deaK with more eert!y than in prvvious yer The old law on this matter prid-1 tk.t - ....... - l. ...14 A, .4 . . 1 ' , ... rm tM-r mr, fcou4 ae tt j rt jwrty t way ! chanoe hou.d b trial. - A4-. Batteiy Inspection Week Free examination and unbiased advice at fheatOite Service Stations Insurance Matters. A large number of insurance provis ions were passed,' including: Require ment that hotels and public halls shall have fire escape as directed by state fire marshal; requiring an adjuster of losses for fira insurance companies to be licensed; amendments to law re lating to reciprocal insurance provis ions; an addition to the laws relating to ln-ensing foreign insurance com nan ies which insure only factories or mills, or property connected therewith amendment of laws relating to incor poration of insurance companies; law amended so that foreign insurance companies doing business in the state may do more than one kind of insur ance business if charter allows and fund are sufficient; making it illegal for representative of one insurance company to misrepresent the financial condition of another. Public health laws passed include: Kxtension of time for canvassing votes for county tnlierculosis hospitals; re quiring licensing of dental hygienists; providing for payment of members of state lHiard of chiropractic examina tion and registration; providing for toilets at terminals of ferries; increas ing from $70.hn) to $Hn,oi0 amount for which county may issue bonds for a' tuberculosis hospital; changing date of biennial meeting of loard of medi cal registration from February to July; prohibiting advertisements of cures or medicine relating to venereal diseases DRIVE around to the Prest-O-Lite Service Statiort. this week and let experts give your battery the once-over. Get ready for the motoring season just ahead. No matter what make your battery is, the service station's job is to examine it and advise you intelligently and honestly. Maybe it doesn't need so much as a drink of distilled water. Anyhow, it won't cost you a nickel to find out. And now's the time to do.that. Some little five-minute ad justment NOW may save you the price of a new battery later. You are careful to see that your car has gas, oil and, water. Don't overlook that equally important element battery-juice. Every Prest-O-Lite Service Station is a life-extension dispensary for batteries. When you do need a new battery, you'll be glad ta know that Prest-O-Lite is back to pre-war prices and that an allowance will be made on your old battery. Get; that examination now. Oldsmobile Company ofjermont Barre, Vermont w MX i m Zm M V im m m m W-Jm I W m krf mr m MmTm. W S " - r r ML mW. W " fa 3 Pull vp where you see this sign Stinage S&att&uf. Uses less than one four 'hundredth of its power-reserve for a single start and the generator quickly replaces that. PB-U-I and certain m-xubI disorders; state 1 governor include: Provision that vote Imard of health shall furnish immiiniz- of three-fourth of all directors is re ing serum for typhoid fever. .quired to amend articles of incorport- Fish and game laws enacted include: tion; authorizing reinstatement 01 ror- Making open season for partridges porations where charters have leen lor- from Oct. 1 to Nov. I, and providing f cited under certain sections ot general that not more than four partridges and) laws; limitations of authority of for- four woodcocks may be taken in a ; eign corporations; providing mat wa- lay, nor more than 25 partridges and ter companies shall lie subject to juns- woodcocks in an open season ; 1 diction ot public service commission. amending law s regarding taking of j Some of the taxation measures which black ba, trout, mink, muskrat, ot-(iave Fn signed bv Governor Hart- 1 5.1 I M irum. i. riortiis a Sow I Society for over 75 yeari hat rr led upon Gouriud'i Oriental Cream to keep the akin and complex' ion in perfect condition through the stress of the Mason's activities. md 15 c for Tnml Sim FtD,T. HOf Ills t SOI ter, marten, raccoon, nsnercai ana kunk; fixing bounties on noxious an- tuals; fixing reciprocal relations with ther states and with lanada rcgar.l- ing Iistilng and num mg ucen-es mm fixing the price; fixing close season on gray squirrels. f.ng:is;i smie, plover and shore birds. Among the measures pertaining to courts are: Provision for issuance of warrants by municipal or city courts; fixing fees upon distribution of estates; fee for persons acting under authority of probate courts; commitments by nheriffs. j New laws relating to municipal cor-1 Porations include: Provision that bonds issue news are: exempting property 01 i.ranu Army of the Republic and American legion from taxation: amending law relating to time listers shall rile in ventories and abstracts of grand list; defining duties of tax collector upon expiration of tPim of oflice. Town Government Measures. Town government measures which have become laws include f Creating hoards for abatement of taxes in cities, villages and fire districts; providing that when town has deficit at end of fiscal vear, it shall add to next annual tax bill five per cent, or such multiple POSLAM REAL TREAT FOR SKIN THAT ITCHES Only thtxie who hv itched i cnitrhed and still itched rontinualljr rm apprwiitr what it imni when tha f Ki-avMion is ended by th coothiiur, pef rtmtinr. antiseptie influene of Poal.a And vhat relief to b rid of any m tional blemiah which ha. entailed prolong emoarrmasmeni i i urn to i iwi.m nm t. the quick neaitna neip wnicn aiuiur ski muit have. You do not have to wait uncertainty for indications of improvement It soon SHOWS. Sold everywhere. For free .ample wrf to Emergency laboratories, 24S West St., New York City. t'rve your .kin to become healthier by the daily us. of Poalam Sol medicated with Poalam. Adv. I. ...f : J,l ,w.n . a n.a. v ail. d J r purchase or development ot .u,ri( (l h law provide revenue municipal fore-i- may be paid serially t ,, ,lila ,. deficit: fixing length from W to tin years after issuance ; 'f timp pjv(in t)(Wn Hlllijt(lr, before a 11 fixing penalty tor unauthorized lam-l, mP(,ting in which to file state pering with tire protection apparatus 01 (lf finm.rf. rovidin2 thatelM I municipal nmrr sjeirm. A proiision was enacted that cat lie barns used at fairs must be disin fected after use, also a law prohibiting biils running at large. " New corporation laws signed by the vie wm eat 4 1 rlearl To Relieve Catarrh, Catarrhal Deafness And Head Noises Frnofi sufferinc from -rThi! Hmf- fiots, or who r tcruwin hard cf hfarin and bm.r hd nM It know that titf dn'iTw-rij atTIirtHifi ran uua fly Im tKc"f n'ly tr t"u at horn iw an In ternal trtrriirinc that ui man tntanra ha rfT rct?d rompletr rI it it ft -r ri hr trratmnta hav fauHi. SuTrrrrn u ho rouid '-rfiy hiar h hd thir Srtrr r-urrd to uch an et-nt that th tick of a watrh a plainly au!itt -n or eifht tnrlr away fr-m r'tbrr rr. 1 bcr lore, if jot kmtm of icrnw r wi.n t . nt t!d wit h hd Tf i- rr ani : hm rtraf nnut, cut out thru formula and hnd it to thra and yru may hav heci th- mnini cf aavlnc fomr pnor ;nr prfap f rrm tttal rlrinii. TV twni nm ran be rnrar-d at home and km irndf a foltowa: Srur from fur drmr",t 1 oz. Par mint Drwibtr String ih- Tak Ihm Knme and adH to it ' i nt of ho mtrr :r)4 a littx? a;raniiaid purr ; Mir until dia iwlrrd. las on tabte-rroontul four tma dr. Parmint at uad in thi war not mli tm rwourr by tortr i--t on tw ir'afiwiavl oa and iwrihni ra tha Euatarhian Tube-, and tr i to quaJit thr- air frmurr rm th drum. Kut ta rortwt any yxraa T arr ttnna ia th mwJoV mr. and tV rwuiu it r arr tto-arly auK-k and r?-rti. j Frrry tyrMa ho feaa rattarrii in any f nrm. r 4tfT ing rurr.btma. hiMirc MRS. NELLIE W00DSF0RD SPEAKS TO MOTHERS Fast lio-ton At 2.1 Lamin St.. Mr. Nellie Volford and her childtcn now "live happy and grateful" to lr. flue's Klixtr. Mrs. Wond-fi-rd as: "My bow els were out f order ami my brc;,th was dad I bad terrible headaches and it sismrd I bad suffered years lief ore your lh Tine's Klivir was luoii'jl.t ! me. Alter a short time I nivc!; again, mv bowels wire m!I ti'ht ni.d I in full of gia'itudc." ' It Pi".v iiitt-r-et you to know al- that oinc ii..c my 'u"get ehi'.d was terribly m. Is arid it was a sci iou- '. W e a;' ban .uir Klivir to thank lor relieving her of stiimaeh w oi-n:." !r. Trues Ki ir. the tnnn!y tie and Worm i!pc'ler. h- d. iu . i-Ji-r for ihildten and grwp us -i.oc I'lea-snt to take. rai!l in a. lion. -Adv. ! (Z for sicli headaches tBeechams v ers shall certify to irovernor, instead of; county clerks, the numlier of deaf am! j dumb, blind, epileptic, etc.; providing! for planning commissions n cities, tow ns and villages. A law was pulsed pfoiidii.g tliat the ditector of the state laboratory of by liiene. o! pi y-ieinn ibignated by him ha!l make examina'iiui of injiued tin p;oe iipder worMions compensation aet whin so reii!i"ted by comnii-siioiei of industries. Laws were enacted fixinir the pay of menilaT of National (Juaid: definiii;.' their status when ills, harmed from led era I sen ice : pioviding that state burial ipciies of veteran" of Worl ! war where property left is not stiSiv eictit : piling I."i.!hm each to itutlan.; and N.-w port lor armories built thi-ie: pn it.bniii'. fiaudtilent wearing ot Aim t lea u legion button: piovnltng Hu ii.mpil.it ion of historj vl Vermont' part in t tie i oi '.d war. tl'h.T tiew law of gineial intere-t iiiel.nlc- I, fin it i. -lis if duties of b-iai.l .I harit:is and probation with respe, t to pot r re ii f -. delinitit' duties i ujvr is,.s 1,1 inssre with re-Ml l' ad iiiiss!..ii to ta!e hcpitl: iticreaitii; Miiahie for Is.arding pa--enper tt i. without paying tare it loilerme at-nt rai'roa.t j'r..r!y; giiing ."ate o;r cha-ui.' a.'iit tiioie jmiwci: unieMlinj law ri:.iin jd.!!cr' li'Hi-'-; le nioval of i.anp' j Hills wi.iih have pss,d both l...o-. -! biit wb:h had not .taen ine. br the goicin-.r st the time of t',t wr.tit tiave net U-en inini.l.il in t a in the tase t'f the r I rac'.n a i iv 00 YOU CATCH COLD Era HOW TO AVOID IT Colds are due to germs No one c prevent the germs from fretting into yof nose and throat But you can help kei plenty of strong. Vigorous. "antibodieJ in your blood toripht and kill off tbenaf "cold a enns" be fore t hey do y on a n y ha ri To dereln these (-crna destroyine "aa Indii'' nrnfierly. 510a must have nlenti f i ih D red Moral and a al rone vironwa rmxlit lion-la lac t this iLbebe.lprTeatatiea-t Mnnat anr dea. I If ion are w ek. nervoai or run d. w f ieet toitlds. Ukrnorhixn. tHie day ow aS toewiM h our hie I "disease ferma Iter bMMd and aolttine luprrw ! ma v - :t ; i. bis s m. at lire levelnoaeriml threat oraDi-nial Of lunC troul or perhina piH-uinonia and yasi aiay eoA lite hot. 1 herefore commence to ewra b ymtr an anl fortify rouraelf r nl o . 1 o build more and hrtte lr.,neer liv-ryem. there HI Kolftine M tl H IRON at It coo lam oresntc like t lie iron in ymr bd eooit.ined with a ft 1 t rerventme the pfim-irail heaiw-alro.a tuent ofa- tie lime Derv toree lisr feesliM nete. Nutated Iron Mierefore be 4 be hn!h a Wood and a ner fnarf. ItoTlet, j (reasea l!e bl ly and ltenal sicor. Uen aii'1 enduran in toweaa time. I itrrf . anajrH-le are name it anwwa'ii I is hr- n U ' r M I I'TI rn tnraserl mlesl s i Senalora. I . S Arrtil ttierala aaaey orf I and pom.ii-nt own Ke the Pope at a a toeoliened it faorlly m e"mmuri-a lliePror!etrw!lhl haemacr Saemae'r Saiiei. tinreuiranlerdnrtbeaBaMfarti il rrfc il crmoir Bewareof alartt l4t fTTtl.c word -M'l AIEI"ee pe are ar-4 the ettera N. Low every tabtet. 4 ,ii rr-.i Helps nuke rich, red blood in five new strength and enen? Hit!.