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THE GREENEVILLE DAILY SUN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1919.
- i i. THREE Another Flu Epidemic This Winter Feared GIRLS! USE LEMONS tJOR SUNBURN, TAN Try It! Make this lemon lotion to 'whiten y6ur tanned or freckled akin. i J WASHINGTON, Sept. 17. "Will the 'flu' come back this year?" This question, being asked by tnou- Saueeze the juice of two lemons sands of scientists and millions of , jnt0 a bottle containing three ounces of Orchard White, shake well, and ou have a quarter pint of the best freckle, sunburn and tan lotion, and complexion whitener, at very, very small cost. Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of Orchard White for a few cents. Massage this sweet ly fragrant lotion into the face, neck, arms and hands and see how quickly the freckles, sunburn, windburn and tan disappear and how clear, soft and white the skin becomes. Yesl It is harmless. Boy Who Took $58,000 Led a 'Double Life' laymen throughout the world, is dis cussed by Surgeon General Blue of the Public Health Service in an of ficial bulletin in which it said that the plague probably will reappear, but not as severe as last winter. "Probably, buf'by no means cer tainly, there will be a recurrence of the influenza epidemic this year," says Gen. Blue. "Indications are that, should it oc cur it will not be as severe as the pandemic of the previous winter. City officials, state and city boards of health, should be prepared in the event of a recurrence. The fact that a previous attack brings immunity in ' 1919 is recognized. It is now be a certain nercentaee of cases should i lieved that the disease was pretty allay fear on the part of those af flicted in the previous epidemic. widely disseminated throughout the country before it was recognized in "Influenza is spread by direct and , its epidemic state. indirect contact. It is not yet certain ( "Contrary to the opinion express that the germ has been isolated, or , ed frequently during the early weeks discovered, and as a consequence ! of last year's pandemic by a number street and making big money, there is yet no positive preventive,) of observers, the studies of the Pub- After a night out Borchwick, nc except the enforcement of rigid rules lie Health Seryice indicate that theiCOrciing to the police, would return NEW YORK, Sept 17. Taxicab drivers, Broadway tailors, restaurant keepers and Coney Island amusement proprietors swelled their bank ac counts to some extent on part of the 58,000 worth of Liberty bonds stol en by Robert Borchwick, 17-year-old bank clerk, who since July -5 had been living adouble life. While he wns horrowiner Quarters from his mother and wearing ordinary clothes every day when he left his home at 523 S. Ann's avenue, for business, Borchwick was arrayed in the height of fashion at night and squandered money. It was no uncommon sight for Borchwick and his friends to drive up in front pt a Coney Island resort in a fleet of taxicabs, and, once in side, money flowed like water. His boy and girl friends were entertained lavishly, eating in the best restaurants and driving about in limousines. While enjoying themselves as Borch wick's guests they were given to un derstand that he was playing Wall HEAVY CUT IN COAL YIELD BY CAR SHORTAGE 12,000,000 Tons Lost In Ten Weeks By Inadequate Supply of Cars 600,000 MINERS PLAN TO ASK WAGE INCREASE of sanitation and the avoidance of personal contact. A close relation be tween the influenza pandemic and the constantly increasing pneumonia mortality vjate prior to the fall. of DON'T DESPAIR If you are troubled with paina or aches; feel tired; have headache, indigestion, insomnia; painful pass age of urine, you will find relief in COLD MEDAL ft epidemic was not a fresh importa tion from abroad. Careful study of the mortality statistics of the United States shows that there were a num ber of extensive thougfi mild fore runners during the previous three or four years." to a hotel where he had rooms, and change from his fashionable dress to his business clothes and then return home, complaining he could hardly get along on the small salary he was earning. Two other youths who the police say were Borchwick's companions on many of his outings were locked up in the Alexander Avenue station last Cut work is still in favor for both night. The prisoners, who gave their hats and frocks, such combinations ' names as John McAllister, 17, of 400 as jade and navy, rose and gray, and East One Hundred and Thirty-sixth orange and sphinx being most popu-! street and Harry Priest, 18, of 489 lar. East One Hundred and Forty-second Again the novelty hat pin invades . street, denied that Borchwick ever had the world of fashion, the huge ball 'given them many large sums for safe- Fashiongrami. Th world's standard remedy for Icidnay, liver, bladder end uric add troubles and National Remedy of Holland since 1696. Three sizes, all druggists. Guaranteed. Leak for the name Gold Medal on every bos and accept no imitation shapes being most in use. Paniers and even crinolines appear in the new evening gowns. Leather trimming has made its ap pearance, both as collars and cuffs keeping. One of Burctiwick a jaunts, according to the polie, comprised a caravan of sixteen taxicabs, with the boys and girls of his neighborhood as passengers, on a journey to Coney Operators Tell Senate Commutes That Radical Miners Are Trying To Install Soviet Methods In Mining. J J. J. . .J. J .T. J J J .J. .J. .J. j JU All : AT THE PRINCESS. 4 ! A ! -I 'I ! ! -h A ! When In Need of 'The ; 'The ! THURSDAY Wm. S. Hart in Poppy Girl s Husband." FRIDAY Pauline Frederick in Fear Woman." I SATURDAY Charlie Chaplin in I "Shoulder Arms," also Tom Mix in i "Pals in Blue." MONDAY At Liberty Ethel Clay ton in 'Tettie Crew's Girl." MONDAY At Princess "Elmo, the! Mighty," No. 7, also good two-reel comedy and Hearst News. TUESDAY Constance Talmadge in j "A Lady's Name." WEDNESDAY Charles Ray in J "Sheriff's Son." Repair Work See JUD BROWN AT THE DEPOT for suits and on velvet and satin aft-1 Island, where there was a brilliant ' jAnn. flw nMAllinti AiiMoInn Via KiMHrnt nine watermelons for as many girls and then purchased a knife for each in a nearby shop. ernoon dresses. Substitues for fur trimming are found in wool and loop fringe embroidery. THE E. F. REAVES FARM Containing 93 Acres, now owned by J. K. Davis, on Camp Creek and Pike Road, has been sub-divided and will be sold AT A aLi all vVi 10:00 A. M., RAIN OR SHINE One tract, containing 50 acres, is a beautiful country home of 8 rooms, with fine shade, orchard, spring, spring house, 2 barns, 30x60 and 32x50, tobacco bam, 20x24, granary, 18x24, crib and other outbuildings, telephone line. One acre of tobacco last year brought $851.00. 1-2 INTEREST IN STORE BUILDING. This is a fine stand and has always made money. t The other tract contains 43 acres. Nice home of 7 rooms, good barn, 30x40, chicken house, smoke house. Right at pike. Fine Corn, Tobacco, Wheat and Grass Land, level as a floor. Camp Creek bottom, no better land in Greene County. Close to school, church, and store. Daily mail. Now, if you want to own the best in this section, you must buy at this sale. Corn will average 50 bushels to the acre this dry season. I Come and look this over, it is to your advantage. TERMS One-third Cash; Balance 1, 2 and 3 Years FREE PRIZES! BAND CONCERT Sale Conducted by COUNTY LAND EXCHANGE J. A. RUSH, Auctioneer GREENE C. H. Mclnturff W. L. Bewley Washington (Special). Shortage of cars In the coal fields has cut prortmS tion of bitumiuous coal 12,000,000 tons la teu weeks and threatens to brlnj ubout a recurrence of the coal fuinln of 1017-18, unless checked without tie day, according to testimony g-lven by John Cnllahnu, traffic manager of the National Coal Association, before the senate committee Invest gating thn coal situation, at Its first day's bearing here. "During the two weeks ending Au gust 2 and 0," Mr. Callahan said, "car shortage caused t'ue bituminous coal mines of the country to lose approxi mately 5,900,000 tons of coal, enough to supply the entire state of New Jpr gey for ten months. The loss In tea weeks has been sufficient to supply ail the New England States for eight months." Mr. Callahan declared thnt If there are not cars at the mines It Is Impos sible to operate the mines to full time capacity. The shortage of cars had come, he said, at the time demand for coal Is Increasing, and at a time when railroad efficiency should be 'it a maximum. "If the bituminous coal operators of the country are given sufficient cars to take away the coal they mine," Mr. Cullahan said, "and If there are no labor disturbances to prevent the op eration of their mines, they can supply sufficient fuel to meet the country's requirements next fall and winter. If they are not supplied with more cars, there undoubtedly will be a repe tition of the coal shortage of 1917-18, at least to some degree." Shortage of cars Is not alone the only threatening situation In the In dustry, however, according to' Harry N. Taylor, of Kansas City, president of the association, who preceded Mr. Callahan on the witness stand. Tha 000,0i0 miners employed throughout the nation are about to formulate de mands fur higher wages, Mr. Taylor declared. The "more radical among the number, he said, were endeavoring to apply the methods of the soviet government of Russia to the bitu minous Industry. If their couns.l should sway the more conservative of their numbers and extremely radical demands should be made, which could not be acceded to, Mr. Taylor said he doubted if the operators "could mine a pound of coal." "To .save the public from calamity,'' Mr. Taylor said, "it will be necessary to overcome three things: First, that we do not have an extraordinarily severe winter; second, that the rail road administration move the coal in a regular manner, and third, that by effort of the miners we produce it least 11.000,000 tons of bituminous coal weekly for the remaining nine teen weeks of the year." This is more than has beeiproduced in any one week during the year thus far. All wage agreements between miners and operators, Mr. Taylor Mild, would expire with the proclamation of peace by the President. The miners had already decided, Mr. Taylor said he was Informed, In one section, to try to obtain a six-hour working day, an against eight hours now, a five day week, and an Increase in pay. They will meet In Cleveland, Ohio, Sep tember 9, he said, to decide on wlut demands to make of the operators and there will be a Joint conference be tween operators atid miners at Ittiffalo, September "If this convention of September '!. falls In agreement," Mr. Taylor si "I do not know whether we nre goimr to be able to mine any coal or not. I very seriously doubt, whether we will. With that condition confronting us in the mining world, the situation Is very serious. If that goes into effect thev Is little or no hope of overcoming a very serious shortage of coal this whi ter and great suffering In the country." Miners were given a substantial In crease In wages by the President dur ing the days of the fuel administra tion, Mr. Taylor said, and It was nut uncommon In many fields for the In dustrious men, in time of full-time operation, to earn SI 5 a day or more. But they are getting restless, he said. "Already the more radical element ae determined to put Into effect the so viet government of uilntw," he declared. CHICHESTER S PILLS TIIK DIAMOND BRAND. Iiadtm! Ask jour Irucf1t for hl-fhra-tr's IManond Hrand I'tll in Hrd and lioltl mrtatlici ln(cs, tealtil with ltl-ie Rililxm. Tak no other. But of roup ltrnft-1-t. 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