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sSSS?.J Backache? you need im- ' mediate kelp. Ask druggist for Dodd's. Insist on box shown, standard for 40 years. 1 ti i - - r 1 J- SSft TO 40 SAVED ON Non-Skid Standard Make Tires '(jMwattwIon Oar Honor LUt I19.0U $10.85 . Utri $13.85 TUItK- ....Wa.aS TUBK S8.76 UHit0.4U $24.75 fiat ?(.t $41.95 TtlHK.. 13.85 TURK. S.& We stock &JI odd sizes. We also have cor4 Urea. Send for prices. A TRIAL OKDKK ASKED. Tou do -4xpt psy regular prices, yet we rive you The aame guarantee as the manufacturer. We know we give a more liberal adjustment than any manufac turer. Our money back guarantee pro tect you We agree to refund purchase pries on tires returned .unused within thirty dayai - 18 THIS FAIR? MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED! I ' Terms C O. D. with privilege of exam Ins tion or as a special inducement WE PAY EXPRESS CHARGES WHEN CHECK i IN c FULL . ACCOMPANIES ORDER. ' - COT RATE AUTO TIKE COY 58th St. and Broadway. New York City 50c per Pound Grocers THIS IS PRE-WAR PRICE 1 NOW .REMARKABLE VALUE Easy Way to SeU nfouri Car Van Tasaell Keanteys sales ring (est. 1M7). IZ-12S 1J 181 h at.. New V.rR City, lias long brD rateemed a clearing hauae for. ths sale and pnrehaae of second band automo biles by auction. Leaat troublesome and onirkeat medium for both sellers aad bayera. Hure prospective buyers than rars as a rule. , so enter yoars now. Auction of sutos every Tuesday and Friday . at aooa. Telephone tuYuil- 03. Ancient Precautions. i -V ! 1 "We'll have this friendly agreement . of ours carved " upon, h tnonument stone." said I one ancient king. . ' "So that all the' public can read It?' added- the other.' ' i '.'i"''-. . "Not only that. ; If will make it Im possible to treat It : a scrap of pa per." ' ' yv.' 'r-frH i - f'-;'"'..Vv New is Ike Tuns tsCet Kid of The tigly Spoil i Taere's sv longer the slightest ' aeA of feeling aahamed of soar , freckles. : - Othioe double at n-ngt b t guaranteed to remove tbese bomeiy. pota. ,' v ': - ' " " - strengtl) from yonr drnggtat. snd apply a Bttls f It sight sn! morning and yon should boob sec 1 that even the worst freckles bave begun to dis. . appear, while Ibe lighter ones hsre vanished en tirely. It Is seldrtni that more than one sunce is' needed to coninletel clear the skin and gala .v a heanrirql 'clear complexion.' ' -' Be mit to ink for The double strength Othlne, ss thin cold under guarantee of .money back U It fail t . remove freckles. Adv. . p'"'rTt Natural Effect. , "China must have more quacks than any other nation.' y "v ' ' '"'.. "What makes you think .sof . "I saw in an article the other day that it had more ducks than any other place in the world." . : .. BOSCH EE'S SYRUP will quiet your cough, soothe ' the la A flamraatlon of a, sore throat and lungs, top Irritation' In .the bronchial rubes. Insuring a good night's rest,' free from rfAlifrHln nnH n-ltK outtv avnAifneatlAn ; In the . morning.'; Made and sold In America , for fifty-two ' years.. A won derful prescription, assisting Nature In building up your genertt health and - throwing off ; the disease. Especially useful In lung trouble, asthma; croup, 'bronchitis, 'etc. t"or .sale in all Hvil- ' lied countries. -Adv.' V i Just'Her Salary. ' , "Tou are worth your weight In gold,', gushed the enamored youth. . 1 y ' "My den r boy " 'responded the movie sta r, "you are not very fla tterlng. I get that much gold every week.f Film Fun. y--1- .yy"'.. iy ,v Catarrh Cannot Be Cured cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh Is a local disease, greatly Influ enced by constitutional conditions. HALL'S t CATARRH MKDICINK will f lira palarrh., ; It is taken internally and. acts through' the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the system. HAL,i. a i.a takkh MBiJUHUXfils Is composed of some of the best tonics known.' combined with some of the best blond purifiers. . The perfect combination of the inrredients In HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is what produces such won derful results In catarrhal conditions. ... Druggists 75c, - Testimonials free. F J Chcnav Mr C.a. Pmiw ' TaAn O. The 6ld Lady Again. . t "Yes." said ; Mrs. Biunderby, "my nephew. Is home again, and you should! Just see. his collection of momentutns iof the war'r-Bpston Transcript. To Have a Clear Sweet Skin. .Touch pimples, redness, roughness .or Itching, if any, with Cuticura Oint ment, then bathe with Cuticura Soap and hot water. Rinse, dry gently and dust on a little Cuticura Talcum to leave a fa sciaa ting fragrance on skin. Everywhere 25c each. Adv. Just Talk, i -"Wombat, your wife is talking about going to Europe next summer." ; "Well. It doesn't cost any more to talk . alHUit going to Europe than if ' docs to talk about going to Hornet Crossroads. Apd that's where we're going. Louisville Courier-Journal. . Come to' think of it we can't remenv her ever seeing a uiud-sliiiger with clan hands. y ; , TVA A Whalestme, CteMsIag. li (TDlUin Kelreshiag add Ueallaa nesa. Soreness. Orantila. 1 SL tion, Itchingand Burning ' of the Eves or Eyelids: "2 Drops' After the Movies. Motoring or Goll will win your confidence. Ask Your Druggist In, Murine when your Eyes Need Care. M-L3 Siusria IS.y Remedy Co. Cfafcava tor Sale fZp 1 " u- I BOY- SCOUTS IN INDIA GROWING A letter from the director of the boy scouts of Mysore In India to na tional headquarters of the Boy Scouts of America says In part as follows: "Our strength has increased to about forty troops with a membership of over-nine hundred. I have had fine scoutmaster's training classes at My sore City and at Bangalore, with a model troop of scouts for demonstra tion purposes. "Scout work for Indian boys Is de veloping rapidly all over the country. In Calcutta we have the Boy Scouts of Bengal, which Is doing good work both under Indian and European lead ership. The great native state of Ba roda and the British Central provinces want to start boy scout work, and the government of the ' native state of Travancore Is how considering the in troduction of scouting among its boys on the plan of our Mysore organiza tion. ' "We have, however, a long way to go. as , there are over thirty .million boys of scout agQ in India and we have difficulties here that are unheard of in Amerlca-for instance, at least a hundred languages,- very deep-seated religious divisions and the ever-present caste questions-all of them tre mendous challenges to the spirit of the fourth scout law." SCOUTS SAVE DRQWNINQ BOY. Ernest H. Collins, Jr.; of Denver, t years old, 'escaped drowning in City Park lake dtie to the presence of mind of two Denver bdy scouts who effected his rescue after two gardeners at the park had failed to drag the boy from the cold water. ' ,; The quick work which the two scouts. IRober Pleus, 16, and Leroy Hoyt, 17, displayed In the rescue Is a single example of the value of the bby scout training. , , ' ' - The Collins boy had been skating tlnd went upon too thin ice.. Pleus and Hoyt happened 1 to be passing In a motor car, Seeing the Collins boy's predicament, the scouts rushed to - his aid. .They cut their shoe stringy, and making a rope j of their coats, they made a life line for the boy. He took hold . of It and was pulled , to safety. The boys . then : wrapped him In a blanket - "f " -v -s v. ' ". '' . ;", ", 1 . . ;t n.; BOY SCOUTS Ayn"ER THE DIRT. ' -.,-. i ':')'. - Topeka boy scouts are to become Junior health officers of the city, In co operation with the city health depart ment. . . . . ; ' 1 -, The following pledge will be signed by all scouts who become members of the Topeka health service.: ; ' r. - "In assuming the duties In the To peka health' serviced I agree to. hold myself responsible for the distribution of all notices and literature In my dis trict requested by the Commissioner of health. . ' . fj further agree to gather any In formation that may be desired and to report on the health and sanitary sit uation In my district when asked to do so. :.y yy, '!: -v..; ?"I agree to 'assist the Topeka health Aepartment In t every way I can. with the Understanding that I will not be called upon 'to perform any duty that will interfere with my school work or nhdanger my health." ,-; ' a ;j " " . :; MANCHURIA'S SCOUT GREETINGS. The second detachment of the Boy Scouts of Manchuria, located at Har bin. , has sent T this letter to national headquarters In this country: ; "Dear Brothers : , The, second - de tachment of the Boy Scouts of Jtfan churia sends, to you from far Russia, warm greetings "and cordial congratula tion" . at the birthday of the great teacher, of truth, peace and good will towards' men. Let the new year be a triumph of justice and happiness for all the unfortunates of the world. "Do not allow your fatherland to have, any more tears In Its light eyes. Let i the standard of the white - rider rise higher in the world." - This is signed by Commander of De tachment Kossiakoff.. .SCOUTS TO, PLANT WALNUTS. Letters supporting Chief Scout Ex ecutive James E. West's decision that hoy scoots should help the government this spring by planting black walnut trees have come to national headquar ters from George D. Pratt. New York state conservation, commissioner, and from Dr. William T. Hornaday, direc tor of the New York Zoological so ciety. BOY SCOU DOINGS. The New Orleans Red Cross has been working on the rccinmation of ftoldiers garments. Boy scouts assist ed by adjusting the buttons on the military blouses. Among "good turns" reported by a Freeland (Pa.) troop of boy scouts are: Assisted the doctors and nurses in. the Spanish influenza epidemic; donated ten baskets of provisions to the wid ows and orphans; assisted in picking 11 bushels of berries for 1. O. O. F. orphanage at Sunbury. Pa The English boy scouts are rejoicing that for. the first time they have the practical assistance in their council of prominent members of the labor party, in Mr. Seddon. Will Crooks and Havelock Wilson, the well-known champion of the firemen and seamen. Weston C. Pullen's troop of scouts In Norwich. Conn., earned and gave $25 to the surgical dressing depart ment of the American Red Cross, dis tributed literature and posters for the Liberty loan and all the war work campaigns, then dug potatoes for the hospital and cared for the furnace fires for elderly peopl. j ' AIRY PROFITS BIG Splendid Returns From Farms In Western Canada. Production of Butter and Cheese, Com manding Highest Prices, Increases Steadily Live-Stock Raisers at Height of Prosperity. Dairying is rapidly approaching one of the first positions in Western Can ada agriculture. This does not apply particularly to any one of the three Western Canada provinces, as they all participate in the ' distinction. A report recently published by. the Alberta Department of Agriculture shows that in" 1918, in spite of adverse conditions of labor and the high cost of feed there was no decline in the industry. It will be interesting to know that the average number of milch cows per farm is 5. The total pro duction of creamery butter in the provinces in 1918 was 9,100,000. as against 8,944,000 pounds in 1917. No better evidence of the growtff of Western Canada can be given than by the fact that In ten years the produc tion of butter has increased from 2,500,000 pounds and of cheese from 88,570 pounds to 650,000 pounds. When it is known that In the production of grain s"o much energy was placed, and through which bank deposits were Increased, homes made comfortable, farms carefully tilled, it will be real fsed that the Increase In dairy produc tion has been remarkable. During the past four years the price to the pro ducer increased 75 per cent Further evidence 'of .the' great inter est taken In the dairy and livestock Industries Is found In recent bull sales. At Edmonton the average price of 141 was $231.06 ; at Calgary 784 head were sold, bringing an average price of $2$ai3; while at La combe 179 bulls brought an average ot $191.34. . Sales in Manitoba a few days ago gave fully as good an .average, or better.' The sales were attended by farmers from all parts of the country. The high prices paid shov that good stocjt was required, and, no matter the price, th farmer had, the money, to' pay for 1L As evidence of this we. 'find that at a sale recently held at Carman, Mani toba, buyers were present from ' all parts of the province, besides some from Sakatchewan points.1 Five head of Herefords brought $590 each. A Shorthorn bull was sold for, $700 and registered , Shorthorn cpws brought $500 each. ', The establishment of -; dreameries and cheese factories throughout the entire West is On the increase, and it will only be within the period of a, very few : years before Western Can ada will occupy a position in the first ranks in the dairy production of the continent. There is r complete government su pervision over creameries and cheese factortes. The government takes care of the sales, looks after the manufac turer and employs as heads of the in stitutions highly, paid and efficient managers. f It may well be said that the dairy. Industry In Western Canada is rapidly coming Into its own. At present It Is but' an adjunct to the parent or fore most Industry' of , the country the growing of grain, but while an adjunct, it is a highly important one. The price of farm lands is gradually Increasing, but , not in the . rapid proportion that has' been . shown In other countries. This rise In price does not materially increase the cost of production, nor lessen the profits that may be derived from an acre of wheat, oats or barley. The advance in. the , prices of these grains has more than doubled; the use of tractors has lessened the cost. . The reports from government sources are that the present year will show a great Increase In immigration over the past four or five years. The man who has made a tour of Inspection of the country will1 give you the reason. He will speak of the fertile soil, of the good crops, of. the attractive climate, of compliance with the law, the splen did school system, the almost perfect soda conditions that prevail. He will have visited settlements composed al most solely of Americans, who have built up their homes and villages, who have brought, and are applying, to day, their experience In economic land culture as applied to large tracts with the result that he obtains yields on $30 an acre land equal to that former ly produced on land that he had sold for $200 an acre. The story of his success he has sent back to Ms friends )n his home state. They in turn follow him, and so it goes on, and immigra tion to Western Canada increases. Advertisement. Cant Be Done. "Got any jack with you, matey?" asked the gob. "Split it fifty-fifty with me, will yer?" "Can't do It, old pal. I alnt got that much." Tissue Building ' Tissue is the doctor's name for body cells. t It Is to our bodies what coal Is to an engine. Every day we burn up a certain amount of tissue. Therefore new tissue must be built to take the place of the lost fuel. The food we eat makes this new tissue and In a healthy person gives enough fuel to replace the loss. People get thin and "run down" because they do not get enough nourishment from their food to supply the needed fuel. When the weakened system does not do Its duty you must have a "tissue builder." Father John's Medicine is a real tissue builder be cause It actually makes new flesh and tissue. When you take Father John's Medicine, the actual food elements of which It is composed give you new strength, and enable the organs of the body to resume their work. Father John's Medicine soothes and heals throat and is best for colds, bronchitis, asthma. People gain weight steadily while taking It. Remember, Father John's Medi cine contains no alcohol or danger ous drugs. It has a history of more than half n century of success. LETTER! RIVAL? RILLS THE GIRL Man Shoots Self and Then Learns Note Was From Her Sister. REFUSED MANY TIMES Jealousy of Alien Enemy Leads to Double Tragedy Loved the Girl and Thought There V Was a Rival. Chicago. Michael Sasko went to the mantelpiece as soon as he entered the boarding house one night recently. He picked up the letters he found there, scanned the addresses and laid them aside all but one. , ' It was a letter from Minneapolis, ad dressed to Miss Georgianna Jorgensen. He studied It for a while, then put it with the others and went to his room on the third floor. Miss Jorgensen came upstairs, read ing the letter, which was written in Norwegian. He stopped her and asked about the letter. There had been other letters he had demanded to see, letters from France. He had asked the girl to marry hiitu A dozen times be had asked. Each time she had refused him. He had believed there was a sweetheart dverseos, but she had de nied, this. Now he was convinced that the other man - lived in Minneapolis -for the envelope bore that postmark. She would notrtell him the name of the writer, turned away, from him, went Into her room. He dashed In after her, caught her in his arms, struggled with her, left her weeping, half kneeling on the floors half lying across the bed. ' Georgianna's roommate, Frieda Knutson, found her there. :if "Lock , the door," Georgianna said. "Keep that Mike out of here." Ji Frieda presently opened 1 the door and went downstairs. . As she passed Sasko's rooni she; saw him rolling a cigarette She had gone half way down the stairs- when she heard a scream, then three quick shots." ., As she , started back upstairs thera were . two more shots. ' 7,"; y1. . Foundthe Girl Dead.; The police found Georgianna dead. f She had been .shot three times. Sasko Shot Threet Times. had shot himself twice above, the heart. They topic him to the Passa vant hospital, and there, after a few hours, he made a statement. I He had loved the girl ever since he first came to the boarding' house, he said. There was another woman , in the boatdlng house who was In love with him, whom he spurned. She had told the authorities he was an alien enemy skilled in the making of bombs, and they had taken him Into custody and questioned him concern ing the fatal post office blast. But he had been released. v "Did you know Miss Jorgensen be fore she same to Chicago, when she was in Minneapolis?" a policenan asked him. "Minneapolis!" he said., "That's where the letter came from. "Yes," the policeman said. "It's from her sister, Mrs." Frieda Paulson." PUTS ONE OVER ON MEN Minneapolis Woman Works as Farm Hand in South Dakota, Deceiv ing Employees. Minneapolis. A Minneapolis woman earned more than $400 masquerading as a man harvest hand in South Da kota last year, working with her hus band. She disguised herself as a man to get the pay farmers were paying harvest hands. Her name Is Edna Twaddle, although she does not seem to have been that kind of a woman at all. At the sixth place she work ed she revealed her sex to the wife of the farmer and the two women had a bushel of fn at the expense of the men. When the day's work was over the men devoted some time to feats of strength and stunts. As Mrs. Twad dle in earlier years had been an acro bat on the vaudeville stage, she put on a show that distanced them all. Surprised the Court. Lawrence, Mass. William A. Adams, deaf and dumb, was arrested for jump ing fares on a street CMr. When the Judge said $10 Adams roared "Rob ber!" to the surprise of the court. Easy to Make Money. St. Louis. Pen, ink, crayons and a dime's worth of writing paper make m good $5 or $10 bill. Charles Logan, twenty-seven years old, charged with counterfeiting, testified he oou'.dn't read and was a poor writer, but nev ertheless he could make money. Physicians Recommend Castoria know the real human doctors right around in your neighborhood : the doctors made of flesh and blood just like you: the doctors with souls and hearts: those men who are responding to your call in the dead of night as readily as in the broad daylight; they are ready to tell you the good that Fletcher's Castoria has done, is doing and will do, from their, experience and their loye for children. Fletcher's Castoria is nothing new. We are not asking you to try an experi ment. We just want to impress upon you the importance of buying Fletcher's. Your physician will tell you this, as he knows there are a number of imitations on the . market, and he is particularly interested in the welfare of your baby. k awp.t Contents 15FIuid Drachml lilimniiimi m n rtmrr ALCOHOL-3 XB-n- I tinatfteStorcadis gAaMv Thereby-ProOTotinBi aether totam.Mof Mineral. NotKabcotic! f l Pmefvfcr and. reen- ' T.O&S OF StEEf Exact Copy, of Wrapper. Grown Wise. Chief of Police Butler of Los An geles was questioning a woman who, through mistake, had -been brought In on a vagrancy charge. ' It turned out that she was quite the contrary," being a working woman whose husband was In France. They grew quite-, chatty and Butler remarked: ; "You seem to be doing quite well as a business woman." , i , " "Tou bet I am" she retorted. "And right now I'm Just waiting for that husband of mine to come home and spring the old gag about my not being able to get along without him. Couldn't Be Happy, y "What are you grumbling about," said the city man to the discouraged farmer. Xou . ought to V"be the hap piest man in the world. You own a farm and can spend your life out in the open." ' - , " - : "Mister," replied the farmer, "all I've got to say to you is that I'm not rich enough to be happy on a farm that won't raise enough to pay the in terest on the mortgage." " One Exception. ; "A1- soft, low voice is peculiarly 1 a woman's possession." "What's the matter with speakeasies?" Wise saws should be , filed in , the archives of the, memory. M IL Royal Contains No Alum Leaves No Children E lAAwyi:. rrfWti mi 1 Do the People Know? Do yott know whyyou are asked to can for Fletcher Castoria when you want a child's remedy: why you must insict on Fletcher's ? For years we hare been explaining how the popularity pi? Fletcher's Castoria has brought out innumerable imitations, sub stitutes and counterfeits. , ; a o - , To protect the babies: to shield the homes and in defense ef generations to come we appeal to the better judgment of parents to insist on haying Fletcher's Castoria when in need of a child's med icine. And remember above all things that a child's medicine is made for children a medicine prepared for grown-ups is not inter changeable. A baby's food for a baby. And a baby's medicine is just as 'essential for the baby. 7 y v The Castoria ftecipe (It's on every wrapper" ) has been prepared by the same hands in the same manner for so many years that the signa ture of Chas. H. Fletcher and perfection in the product are synonymous. MOTHERS SHOULD READ THE BOOKLET THAT IS AB00M0 EVESY BOTTLE OF FUTCKEr S CAST0K G ENU I N E G ASTOR I A ALWAYS Bears the TB ,CaSTAUi COMPANY, NIWVOKK CITY. Adaptable." , ' , "I see you have quit using long words ; in your speeches." " -t ' ' "Had to quit," replied Senator Sor ghum; "My new stenographer can't, spell 'em." j '" : .' , " '. v OLD AGE STARTS . WITH YOUR KIDNEYS Science says that old age begins with weakened kidneys and digestive ogana. This being true, it is easy to believe that by keeping the kidneys and diges tive organs cleansed and in proper working- order old age. can be deferred and life prolonged far beyond that enjoyed by the average person. ; For over 200 years GOLD MEDAli Haarlem Oil has been relieving the weaknesses and disability due to advanc ing years. It is a standard old-time home remedy and needs-no introduction. GOLD MKT) All Haarlem Oil is Inclosed ia odorless, tasteless capsules Contain ing about 5 drops each. Take them as yon would a pill, with a swallow of water. The oil stimulates the kidney , Unserviceable. ' -i "Brevity is the soul of wit," quoted the ready-made philosopher. "Yes replied Senator Sorghum; "but it's no, good in a filibuster." ; The man who goes around wishing he had never been born Is not the only one who regrets IL "My baking p6wde,,, sas the smooth solicitor, "costs less than Royal." But he omits to say that it often leaves a bitter taste, that food made with it is likely to stale in & day and that it contains alum, which is con demned by many medical authorities for use in food. England and France prohibit the sale of alum baking powders. is made from Cream of Tartar derived from grapes C py Fo i A Signature of ' ' - - Horror. ; T wouldn't kiss. that dog if I were you.yy V- - -:t "-, t. ' ."OhFido- is washed every dny." -'"That may be, but as I came up the walk he has just caught a rat." ' action and enables the organs to throw' off the poisons which cause premature . - ,19 M.w mwtA ,f..n K lnMiaa ' as you continue th treatment. Whea completely restored continue taking- a capsule or two each day. GOLD MED- : aju xiaariem uu utpnues wm Keep yon in health and vigor and prevent a return ' of the disease. Do not wait until old age or disease . have settled down for good. At the first sign that your kidneys are not working properly, go to your druggist and get a box of GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil 1 Capsules. . . Money refunded if they ee not help you. Three sixes. Bat re- 1 member to ask for the original imported GOLD MEDAL brand. In staled pack- ages.- - , Proper Place. . fWhat' did you do with the ladyf dove-tinted note?" "Put If in a pigeon-hole." : . Described. ' ' "What sort of a fellow Is he?" "111 tell you. He'd make a per fectly, lovely manicure girL" J7 Tacto