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Tb'ESCAY, JANUARY 23, 1917"
PAGE TWO.
OTTAWA FREE TRADER-JOURNAL.
GUARD DBPIIIB
SAYS 1 1
What We Skate In During 1917
THOS. DARLINGTON, A FORMER
HEALTH COMMISSIONER, SAYS
STATE SOLDIERS DO NOT MEET;
REQUIREMENTS URGES UNI
VERSAL TRAINING. I
. New York. Jan. 23. Dr. Thomas f
Darlington, former health commission-;
er of New York City, who investi
gated Ihe border1 mobilization for the
National fivic Federation, today con-,
demned ' the National Guard system
and -urged -universal, military service :
in his report to the federation, which'
is meeting here.
Dr. 'rarlinRton highly praised the- '
spirit of the guardsmen, but he sharp
ly criticised unpreparedness, red tape
and other evils and suggested many
improvements.
Dr. Darlington said that health is;
the first requisite of the soldier, and
since bad transportation facilities and .
ill-prepared concentration centers
weaken the man's resistance and
breed disease, every possible measure 1
for the well-being of the troops
should be provided in advance. To;
meet this condition, he advocated the;
establishment of larae reservations on,
government lands at intervals alona
the coasts and borders, each cornpris-.
ins twenty to fifty thousand am s. and
provided with railroad sidings, water-,
works, sewer systems, garbage dis-;
posal plants, depots of equipment and
supplies, and stores of building tua-j
terials. He said it would not be nec
essary to maintain these places as!
arm? posts, and that a few nien would ,
keep" tbe property safe from tire orj
trespass.' i
"if ever ye really need the troops,")
said Dr. Darlington, "we shall need j
every available man, but it will bej
impossible-to obtain enlistments un-;
less young men, and particularly their,
parents, can be assured that every!
practicable safeguard of bealth and j
morality is afforded; otherwise, uni-j
versal and all other service wilt be ,
opposed by parents, relatives andl
friends. ' i
"I am a believer in universal serv
ice. The defense of the state Is the
concern of all, and all must be util
ized, Furthermore,' it should not be
left to two or throe states to furnish
the majority of the troops. ISut I
vtould not favor beginning, this milt
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Hot Water Bottles and
Syriagi
DON'T BUY CNE UHTiL YCU HAVE SEEN THE
II A Carisibad Treatment
at Home
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They ore Qtt.iranteed for tws years. There is r.o use throwing
your money awr," on a cheap a t ele w!ien you can buy tSe best for
th same money .at
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li.-.KL3QAD SriPINCS are th; riott celebraied in the world for
liver troubles.
If you lac!; crenjy 3rd feel depressed, the chances are your liver
i-; inactive and you need
REXALL
IJVER SALTS
Practically the same formtla 0 Carlsbad Water. A tablespoon
fu! dissolved irt plin water sr.d taken before breakfast every morn
ing for week or ten days wili put yeur system in splendid cond!-
tiGn- - . ,i s.
PRICE 25c AND 5Cc '' : ' '' '
5S TheRcxall
Slorc
Duncan
9
DRUG
STORE
AUTO
LIVERY
Of All the
Ways to Go to California
ESTAliLISlIKP 1904 liV ROSK.
Tin: old KKi..r.i.i: .:i okkiinwi.. r.koiT.iir
rr-TO-DA Ti' with i.r.i;uii)i's. i:.sv and com-
FORTAULK RIDIXC. l.ARi- SK VKX-i'ASSKXGER
"RRO SIXKS."
PROMPT, CARl-.ITI. AXD COl'liTI-OUS SKUVK'K
CV R AXTKKI) FOR P.RT!l'h'. WJ-DDIXCIS. Fl"X-
KRAI.S AXD COl'XTRV DRiVJX(i. RATES KEA- lj
SOXAIil.E. I
riiOXK -House 55-V. or C;tr;i-e. (p-li. I
1 ! iim 1 111 1 n 1 1 1 1 acmxjisiiax&-.bmss. wsk Ma-ac 1 im riirr&ao?
Trv a PrM! Tradpr-IniiriEa! Vfaa! AstiiSssii
experienced folks are agreed that tor comfort, eoloymeat tnO
I i ttie head. Thing of olng all tbe way without a slncle chauna an.
route, through Denver, Colorado fc'priugs. Royal Gorge, Scenic Cojp-'
rado and Salt Luke my daylight! And under the personal chaff
of a congenial, competent excursion conductor, whose sole duty 'Ji
to look after your comfort and eujeymeut, and to indicate and ex
plain the points of Interest enrouuto! ' M
It is certainly tho one care-fare way to go to California. Special
attentlou la tveu to elderly ptruons, women and children tma
lag alone. ' ' . : ,
This ia or.e of the Burlington's Willingness to Serve features mja
tiered without cktrgo to if: patrons. '..
W HEN YOU TRAVEL WEST DE A BURLINGTON QUEST. t"
The Turlington's lilrstrated folder, telling you of this wonderful
wty of travelir.K t California will gladly be Turnishcd free upon
request. ni
J. P. FINN. tjent
Ticket Agent, Btirllncton Rou
Ottawa, III.
tSSSSSSSXfSS
an
tary training with young boys in tnei ,1(,ro !s t)lP sju1tini; costume for tin
public schools. The age or eighteen! tIuk wtti,,: doors ntid a different et'
or nineteen is young enough." 1 tume for the nature tnmle product
Dr. Darlington said he concurred j tU(.i,i j,, nmoinr the hills. The os
in l 'ie belief that the National Guard j tllim, ,.,, ,y the skater In the picture
"will coo be reduced to; n minimum'' ; a goj,H.tliiug of n compromise, for.
From the Patlie Florem-e Rose Kasliion Film. !
TIIKIIK-was n day when s"tne of ' may. without .transgressing the laws of
us were so ymtng mul agile that 1 fashion. U- worn out of doers. In !
we could skate in any old costume U'ooil .-Id Aii;;ln-P.i:;;:i it is a cue piece ,
but that whs befort! every Utile sport j dress of green wool Jersey cloth, with j
had a costume of its own. Today n sliD-on sweater to match, 'and both i
the pieces are trimmed with diamond
i shaped pieces ot waci; tatieta. puii iu-.i '
in a silk of many colors. Incidentally :
this strikes us as a pretty gootl model i
for a utility 1'iock. to be worn any time !
daring ihe luy under the fur or to;':
1 Vy
while it is intended for the rink, it moat.
as a result of its border experience.
"It is a sad fact," hesaid, "that
some of the boys who went to ithe
border with a fine zeal for patriotic
service had their ideals shattered by
humiliating experiences, the. menial
tasks imposed in lieu of training and
practice, and the failure to make
prompt and efficient provision for
health and comfort.
"The after effect of all this Is that
the guard in !n d:;nger of being com
pletely disrupted."
Dr. Darlington said that, had the
transportation of the men taken place
in winter, there would have been i
much HicknetjB and probably many ;
deaths. He said that the troops were j
kept standing for hours in railroad;
yards and were crowded into old, un-i
eontfovtablo, insanitary cars. For j
much of the distance the troops were j
moved in day coaches and the men i
had to sit up from one to six nights
The trains took circular routes amli
there were long delays and bad feud
ing en route.
The' New York division, which was
sent to McAlU-n, i'harr and MiKsi.ui, t
was badly cared for on arrival, Dr.
Darlingtcn said. There was a short-:
age of water which continued so lougj
that tlie cavalary and artillery organ-1
izatlmis had to drive a well at tltelr 1 nose.1 hi r. iliref t uit growth
own expense. There were no bathing1 cm i':s u hnn-ni- on m rtehu. h.
facilities for weeks Part of the camp, ; hot h sides in Hi" j-r.sont etmilict.
he said, was too level to tie draine-1, ! The new (ode will wr to retide
i.n.d a r.eavly swampy pool was the ' impossible : secmi i "l.iisHaata a;c
ANNA MAY.
DISCUSS NEUTRAL
WAR TIME RIGHTS
Havana, Jan. 2!!. Experts ?:i Intr-r-j
raticnal law from almost all tho Ki-
puhlirt; of the New World nu-l hi-i-r. '
yc.iteiday as "t'O'ls -f 'he Cuimn r-.v-erniiirnt
to fonnulnte a n w er.i'e i u!
the rights of nentra's in iime of var. ,
The law .vers will discuss a ' proposi-1
t ion made to ,he A'neri.r. a 1 i t it :i c ;
of lit- rnn'l., ;ai l.titt h ; rre.-i:;:;-
W'i !';!) mcI f'- i ''. I ry o! Hia'c 1 :!,.
sing, who- comti-utii. at 'on rfntre:!;
about lb" lac t!:at t.vosrnt rule s oft
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111 ' ci t,-.tiili:!! I ' v. r'-.-NiP" V. '-'i r', !
l.hvc ;. rov. i up ii 'in t he tlcci sion i" '
V'
1 -7'
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I of
Scientific; Proo
Maxwell Fuel Econ
IK
i the prixe coiiri-; of iM-Uij-rent
and Iherefcre or-- coie;c- fr
poillt Of V jl'W of hc:e-i.T'.!l
than that of neutrals
In ! hi--, council, ii i.-- cvja c;c
will originnlc a new i '! of
dMipint; t !) i i:.-it-, .r i..-.r ral.
than the rights oi' in-!!; ;.:;-( nt
The new "lii.-i-rt n- tO i:-
rail,
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I 0 ' 1 C-AL5 BY VV. D. DUNCAN.
In a test made by
David L. Gallup, MT
E., Professor of Gas
Engineering, Wor
cester Polytechnic
Institute, a stock
Maxwell Touring
Car made from 23 to
33.7 miles per gallon
of gasoline at speeds
ranging from 10 to
35 miles per hour.
We reproduce a let
ter from Professor
Gallup concerning
this test.
ti
NOSE CLCGGET FROM
ACOLDCfl CATARRH
source of a plague of mosquitoes, lle
added that tho men should have had
mi.smiito net-, over their cots, but tho
majority did not even have cots, lie
found a dangerous condition In the
fact that hundreds of goata were cor
ralled adjoii.ing the earn p. The food,
he said, was often covered with (lies;
ono day he counted Ifili of these pest
on. a square foot of serving table.
Had it not been for typhoid innocula- problem h:
lion, ho added, there would have been
a repel itlon of the condiUi na of LSUN.
Or, Darlington . ald the sick ruto
was low for tne army, but aol low
from the sanitarian's standpoint. Not
withstanding tho necessity for iuiek
trontUiwni. on necount or the hot cli
mateojietations in uppeiulicitis cases
for example, were often delayed and
or fiiMii-i' aiaaare - f neii'ral mails
leal ion of neutral tiiaiis and tic
II is inteii'led more for its hcarii;
future waiv. than far a-c in the a
gle aoiiig on unlay.
i
;, Apply Crenm in Nostrils
Open Up Air Passagci-s.
iO
How to Make Artificial Skies.
Sky un-i air are the hardest thin.?
to iluilate on the Mage, luit this old
en solved at last, Chair
sky, cloudy sky, mid ili-imice cAVels
are ohiaiueil ,v shooliue light on a
very earefally laplt coacrete iloiiie.
The smoolli white surface of tlx con
crete rellee the li..l: ra s in .so many
directions thai they ;ill hp.ml. At the
same lime, the i;::it ihrown on llu
.....'-'. . .t....,...4
i Ah! What r-iH! Your cl.W(l 1103.
j triU r-;---n vir:lit !j. t':e air pa'iiL"-! f
' j-oiir li .nl vr- clear a-.-l y-'-u can bn ntho ,
i'.i .'.i. V. t !..rc J: nvkinir. Miulliing,
! min'eiis di-chnrv". ie .a'aclie, dryness tv !
stnufrliair for li-i-at;i 11!. s:';,ht, your cold 1
I or catarrh is 'ov.
I Don't Hay s'ei.V! ,.;! (let, a small 1
' liotMo ef lii'.'s Cr :-.v I'u'.m from your !
; d'-u;:'.'is' un-, Apjih- a lif".. of 'ihi;i '
fiaigraaf, r,et,-ip!ic I'-cniii in your iios- '
' trik let it p-n. tM'e tliroii-h every uir
' p-W.p. ' !' t'-e Ir.'ii'l; Ko.tl.J nn l' lea' i
tl'o swell '";. iuilaiaed nincou.'i ni-adirir.-'. !
, j'ivi-ijr yea iietan reli' f. . 1 ,1 v' ' m i
' liiii.'ii in jii ''. v. liMt ov-ry (."M aiat m-
j tsrrr!-, r.i!ti -- v lan Ik-ch ccc".:: . If.
, p: . - aalid, ' I
1
dome s carefully r.licivd i .-htain just i POULTRY
the right color, Th-- con hined rc ult
deaths rt.ntlted. He pmlnetl the work ' ('im be made to give the impression,
't .......II... 1 .. , . i I I ... t ,1 . '.
ie nriiiy ije;uiiau service and Mailt-1 ""' "' over nio stage luis licet)
tary Inspector;!, but. said there was; ,llk,''i '1' to let (In- sky in. Then, with
fin insullli ienl number of doci a moving iiictiife oe., 1 1 If lit f lilt ti-liuru
one case he found that eighteen or ! ''loud dVeets lli:,y K, m.,-j' nh'",it Cpri,VJ Roo8tcr8' without feed, lb. 16c
wrntv n..-.n.iiiu nf t !..., u, 1.. 1 ilillicnlua ftOO'.terS, OtaoTy 14c
ill - had hern on a train for tifieen!
hoars unaccompanied by a physician.
I
Harl nff Tl, All VA;,t... I.
Annlliei- It.lno- ow.,ulMo f.,- .1,., r, . vuUo.
v.,n n,i'iuiiniun; U
lowered vitality and disease was the' At ''''' ,,1!t' (f
mlnt&ken belief of many ofllcerc --1 ''" i-tuffed-ttii head take a tloae of '
both regularn and gnardBinen that! Dr. Hell's l'iuo-Tar-lIoiiey. The heal-
WANTED:
WE WILL PAY CASH AND CALL
FOR: ,
o:afj3y
j Honf., old and young feed, lb 14c j
I Old Rooster:,, feed, lb Eel
Deferred Payments
If Desired
, DAVID L7 GALLUP. M. E.
Ctntulttng njtnt
oinn i Sept, l't, 1'
yWSm&
tlbegIeaf oltoTsubiltltKe "enelosod
6lMlprintTrglTlng4thlreBultBof anteconony teat
ta4onjalJ1917Stoolti:aTwell4Tourlng Cer.iurnlohoi
TheIeuryeTl8"?Belf iexplanatory 'on! needs
(ffojrtffBWssIonXotherthaaj;,the latP.temant i that tho
btrturotor'ftwhichlwaBf Btock.fwasradjuated to givo
hrtb8atoombination(ofpower,',l flexibility,' speed
An&toosoiii7',for)tauob.oondltlonalofitourlng aa would
eidlnajrJ.jLbeteno.ouiitered.T'
nlMabular Jf ormtha, resulto t( taken roa
tlottrTtfgehee.t Ber.alaalf ollowaV
;ecohosw
flllla 8perjt gallonjj
'33l7
18
BO
It
BO
ft n f
(DC '
Zl.Z
8.8
6.1
ftBj&ofttliir! Bubml tt'edis
NOTE that ho unusual means were employed to get these results.
The car used was taken from stock; the test was made with a full
load and with top and windshield up; the regular Maxwell carburetor
was used. ' ' t ''-r
Any Maxwell car is capable of giving this same economy in gasoline
consumption. , Kt
Maxwell operating economy matches its economy in first cost, mak
ing it The World's Greatest Motor Car Value.
laiinio
Aott
Tl'il.nu! imiinn OH 1
aore throat, tii'ht i ,",lil,i' ola
! Ouc''.s 14c
ICcceis. nor lb 10c
in- neat- , , , , i
lieavv toierclHi tn tlm hi-nt luir(ln..Ii" i inn i,i.i ,i.i.. i i i.. nnuoiio, enco 1UC
m,t, , ...... ' UU.XG,,
centie (juicltly relieve th'j congestion
nr. iJ.iningion attrinuteu puotic Ium,.,, the i ' 1, -
nnulhv Inu'iii-zl ritillturv nffutt-u In tyro-i.! "
" j (oli l)r Dell' i
ir.il anil iinlvf-ranl I i-nin'ritr In tiurllr-n.
lar, not to lack or patriotism, but to'1'1" th" '"'"'' r ,h" h'a!im' mn
Jack of public f-onlldncH In eorgross ! hin 11 ll!" 11 ;"' I l:a -r.nt to
1 1 . i(o -mil tintii'epile, The formula on
n r.'.'d break up your
I'hio-Tiir 1 Ion y ha i
por h 30c:
ECu5, Per dozen , 46c j
Outtep fat in cream ... 36c!
'zc lb. extra for poultry delivered,
and governmrnl ofllclah;.
Subscribe for PrecTrndcr-Journul.
itlie botile tell;;, tthy It relieves rolds
I ind coughs, At yetir Druggist, 'Jae, 2
STEER & 0I S0N -
803 CLINTON ST.
Phone 1005
Jackson Street, Ottawa , .West of Gayety Ttieatre
Fully Equipped No Extras to Buy
EiOtBy , DETROIT
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