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illlil PEOPLE riEED BITRO PHOSPHATE ILSOM Hi FOR SATURDAY - . . - FOR SATURDAY SENATE TO TAKE DEFINITE resident, in Colorado Ad- Increases Weight, Strength and Nerve Force in Two Weeks' Time in Many Instances. ' - dresses, Reduces Fight for M. Peace Treaty to Direct Ac ceptance Or Rejection Issue i e 0 Ky. PUEBLO. Col., 8epL !. Reducing his fight for the peace treaty to a direct The averare neiftnit la tieirlnnln tn issue of acceptance or rejection. Presi dent Wilson yesterday Invited the sen reallxe more and more that the lack of physical strength and nerve exhaustion (frequently evidenced by excessive thin ness) are the direct cause not only of ate to take a definite and unmistakable stand one wav or the cither pXlien the failure to succeed in life's struggle for the necessities of existence, but also wiison arrived here on board his special train at 3 o'clock and was taken for a drive through the state fairgrounds where a fair Is in progress.- He was then taken to the Memorial auditorium ipr the handicap tit one's social aspira tions, compare the win, sickly, angu where he spoke to a large and entluisL- rBIDAY, btPTtWSER W, 1111. STAND s '1 ( "i Ort lar frame with the well-rounded form which is usually accompanied by the bloom of health and attractiveness. That millions of neonle are conscious of this handicap lis evident-from the continued ''appearance in newspapers and magazines of many suKaestiona proposing various remedies in food or medicine or exercises, either of which might or might not be appropriate for a given case. Authorities, however, agree that Tiealthy nerve tissue is absolutely essen tial to a strong, robust bodv and mind. Weak nerves, while indicated by a mul titude of different symptoms, more im mediately and generally result in lack 01 energy, sleeplessness, irriiaDilliy, ae pression. etc.. which conditions rradu ally consume the healthy flesh, leaving ugly hollows, a flat chest, bony neck and scrawny arms and legs. ' Our bodies need more phosphate than ' most of them are able to extract from r the foods we eat nowadays, and many opinions affirm that there Is nothing ' which may be taken into the human system that so effectively' supplies this deficiency as the pure organic phos phate known as bltro-phosphate and sold by good druggists everywhere. The essential phosphoric food ele ments in bitro-phosphate assimilated by the nerve cells should soon produce a pleasing change in nerve energy and , nence increased vamy ana strength, With the burdens of nervousness, sleep lessness, lack of energy, etc., lifted, normal weight with its attractive full ness and ruddy glow of health replaces the former picture of skin and bones. Miss Georgia Hamilton, who was once thin and fraiL reporting her own expe rience, write "Bitro-Phosphate haa hrought a magic transformation with me, i gained In pounds and never be fore felt so well. " C A U T I O N Although Bitro-Phos , fihate Is unexcelled for. the relief of nervousness ana attendant disorders. owing to Its tendency -to Increase weight, one ehould watch the scales while taking it unless it is the desire to put on I lean. After declaring it would be his duty as chief executive to Judge whether the senate's action constitutes acceptance or rejection, should reservations be In corporated in the ratification, the pres ident added a warning that he did not consider "Qualified adODtion." as adoD- tion In fact. He said, however, that he saw no objection to mere Interpreta tions. In two addresses In Colorado during tne aay Mr. Wilson reiterated again and again that the. whole controversy had resolved itself Into a clear-cut ques tion of whether the United States should go into the league of nations or stay out. It was time, he said, that the nation knew where It was to stand. Meanwhile White House officials in the presidential party permitted it to be come known that the proposed reserva tion wnicn tne president auoted at Halt Lake City and Cheyenne and which he announcea ne would regard as a rejec tion or tne treaty, was one ne nad been informed was agreed on by several Re publican senate leaders. - The president's first Bpeech of the day was at a morning meeting tn Den ver ana later ne aoaressea a crowd which filled the municipal hall here. Cheers many times interrupted his dec larations at the two meetings and in both cities a constant din of cheering greeted him as he passed through the streets. J Fbe 5 fink I Brunette I White II . 11 OfsSfrJ, ftose-Pefd . Complexion Smooth and velvety the petals of, a rote It the complexion sided by Nadine Face Powder This delicate beautlRer Impart an Indefinable charm a charm which linrera In the namorv. The smooth texture of JVorfiii adheres until washed on. It Dreventa unburn or the return of eiteoloratlone. Its coolness la refresh lng, and It cannot barm in tender! akin. N a d I n Face Powder beautifies million of com plexion today. Why not yours r Soli in Ctttn mm Only ' tin AawMt'l it, 6y mail 0e. NATIONAL TOILKT COMPANY, Eczema, Tetter and milder SKIN ERUP TIONS attended by itch lag, raw soreness and in flammation causing deep seated sores, usually may be relieved " by O. B. ECZEMA TREATMENT. First application stops the itching, soothes and dis infects, i A clean liquid; evapor ates quickly; no grease to oil clothes. Safe for chil dren as well as adults. Ask votir dntcrfrist fnr O. R. ECZEMA TREATMENT. Lauded as Prophet. The president was Introduced at the meeting here by Alva Adams, former governor or Colorado, who eulogized Mr. Wilson, as a ' twentieth century i'aul. and tne "greatest nronhet of neuce." In his address the president said the chief pleasure of his country-wide trip was that it had nothing to do with his personal lortunes. He repeated his charge that an "un organized propaganda" was opposing the treaty and tnat ,it proceeded from hy phens." "Any man who carries a hyphen about him," he said, "carries a dagger which he Is ready to plunge into the vitals of the republic. If I can catch a man with a hyphen in this great contest, I will know that I have caught an enemy of tbe republic." Reviewing tne treaty provisions, tne president stravtfted the self-determination and labor features, asserting that if the treaty failed there would be no great international tribunal before which labor could bring its requests for better conditions. Going on to the league or , nations covenant, he declared it was necessary tor carrying out tne peace terms. or the same reason, he asserted, the cove nant would be Incorporated in the treaties with Austria, Hungary, Bul garia and Turkey, now under negotia tion at Versailles. Referring to objections that the United States might be at a disadvan tage in the league, Mr. Wilson said that whoever said that "cither was fal sifying or he hadn't read the covenant." He added that tnere was no vauaity in the argument that the British empire could out-tote the other nations, be cause the empire's six votes are in the assemblv which is only tne talking body" of the league. The real power of action, he said, was in the council, whose decisions must be unanimous. Paving a tribute to the urltfsh col onies, the president asked whether Can ada was not more likely to agree with the United States than with Great Brit ain. He made a pica that "language of jealousy" be set aside and that Amer icans should be "big enough" to look at the question In Its true light. The president went into tne onamung settlement at length, declaring it was the league of nations which would give China her opportunity to free herself from the Inroads made upon her by other nations. The disposition of Shan tung he said was the best that could be obtained at the time. Strikes at Heart.. . These and other "objections had been unmistakably arranged, he continued and the debate had settled dotjn upon the "heart of the covenant -the cele brated article 10 under which the league members agree to respect and preserve one another's territorial integrity as against external aggression. There was uothin worth considering tn the other objections, he saia. .Article 1U, saia tne president, wan based on the sentiments, not only of the American people, but ot tne worm. Referring to his famous 14 points of peace," which he said only spoke the sentiment of the American people, Mr. Wilson declared that program had been accepted everywhere and that he had crossed tne ocean "under Dona, ana carried oit the peace plan which every one had indorsed. The president also read a quotation by Theodore Roosevelt urging; that the nations of- the world, unite for peaua and to protect territorial integrity. Mr. Wilson was applauded when lie said the United titates was "too proud to ask for reservations which would re lieve it of some of the responsibilities othei1 nations assume under the league. There was nore applause when he said he was fighting for the safety of the children and would exert all his In fluence to see that another generation would nottiave to go overseas in arms. It was the "dearest wish" of Ger many, he said, that the United States should stay out of the league because that would mean the alienation of this country from other recent enemies of German autocracy. In the course of his remarks Mr. Wilson said: "What we need to do with the labor questions of the day Is to lift them Into the light is to lift Americans out of the haze Into-the calm spaces whero men lookvat things without tragedy. "In the covenant the moral forces of the world are mobilized. For what purpose? Huns Left Out. , "Mv fellow citizens, the membership of this great league of nations Includes an tne great, mignty nations ot tne world. It Is not going to Include Ger many for the time being 'because Ger many is. not now one of the great nations of the world. "But all of the nations which have power are going to be members of this league. No matter what differences arise, they will not resort to war with out first having done one of two things, submitting the matter In controversy to arbitration,1 or, having submitted it to the consideration of the council of the league of nations, laying before that council all the truths so that the coun cil may publish the facts to the world. "You understand that there are bIi month Billowed for the league's con sideration of these facts by the coun cil and at the expiration of these six months if they are not ready to ac cept the views of the council tn the settlement of the dispute they will still not go to war for another three months. After this they submit the differences between them to the judgment of the league, and justyas certain as they do this they will not resort to war, for men will know, that there will be a deliberation council and the most dangerous- thing for a bad thought Is to expose It to the opinion of the world. "Now you have heard of six . votes belonging to Great Britain. Those six votes are not ln the council, they are In the assembly and the interesting thing - Is that the assembly does not vote." I must modify that statement a little but essentially it is absolutely true. In every matter In which the assembly Is given a vote, and there are only four or five. Its vote does not count unless concurred in by the rep resentatives of all of the nations rep resented on the council so there Is no validity to the vote of the assembly unless approved by the United States, M M : -,,i:,,L JL-g ItTT' Unrivaled Style, Selection and Value-Giving Make This Ml ' 'A' Great Suit Sale itt' f !Sffl Saturday We Present An Incomparable Collection, Featuring Every New " : ' , and Authentic Style For Fall Suits That Are $39.50, $45 and $49.50 Values .This is due to our immense buying power for our chain of stores an'd'our progressive1 methods of doing business. To introduce our New Club' Card and to eliminate the burden of high prices we will offer for Saturday only these. , , values at Just think of suit to wear, tomorrow for ONLY Our plan Is as follows: On the first payment of $10 w deliver to you at your residence 'your selection of any garment in our store gelling for up to $34.75. The payment thereafter to be on a gradually reducing scale until the liutt payment amounts to only fl-OO. Mat fords, gaberdines, serges, tncotines, etc. Colors, brown, oxblood, wine, reindeer and navy. SiMs, n to 38. $3 A .75 With' the Small First Pay 2- A v I ' 1 -aA ' . ( I I , I X'. '"'IT II H1 T" v. II I I - ' v - r I 11 I I . IX I s K M K z K K v K M K M K K K4 K K K K K'' M K- KA M M K.A t K' KJ K M KA M M . A K KA v v v M KA v K KA KA KA DRESSES Regular $30, $32.50, $35 and . Some Even Higher These dresses are all new fall models and are Serges, Tricotlnes, Sating, Taffetas, . Crepe de Chines, Jerseys, Combinations and Georgettes, and the price for Saturday only will be anders $2l7'75 Look, What We Have Just Received 200 New Suits And we are as proud to get them as you will be to hear the news. They Include all the new materials and styles. Some are waistline, some belted and some conservative. In fact, there are suits to please all, and our club plan is open to everybody. Values range from $30 tp $65 mpany Ks'vf TN As First H -VJilff, V Payment vwfey? jyx -V Club fc3 ' ' If (X Card U Wy & -..A I mp w) 1 Mf.i 1 jAMA a-. I. "li 4 1 Laj JLO Our Guarantee Protects You B.ad It. If within thr LaJ dns after date of Lsi ptirchass tn far mmt with which this ruurantee Is Klven falls for an r.ason 10 wibu tlis purchaser. It may be returned to its and all money will be returned. 177 South Main Street iTHE RIGHT HOUSE-with the RIGHT STYLES in the RIGHT MATERIALS- at the RIGHT TIME-at the RIGHT PRICE so the vote of the t'nlted States Is as hi as the six votes of the British empire. I think that is a perfectly safe situation. ' . .... Do you think It unjust that there ihould be some opportunity of debate (tiven to that little country In the south, New Zealand? no you think It unjust that Australia, should be allowed to take part In the debate? Do you think it unjust that that little nation In the south of Africa should be rep resented? "Those two men who represented 8outh Africa at Parts were two dis tinguished generals of the Boet army. They were t,wo of the most Intelligent men I have ever met, men who could talk with the best of statesmen. "Whatabout Canada? Is not Canada a good neighbor? Is not Canada more llknly to agree with the United States than Great Britain? Canada has a speaking; power and then for the first time in the history of the world that great country. India, Is gtven a voice among the nations ot the world and rean. I want to say that some of the wisest figures at the conference in Paris came from India. "When you hear an opinion vou do not count the number of people who hold it, you ask who said it. Ynu weigh opinions, you do not count them, and the beauty of all democracy is that every voice can be heard, every voice can have the privilege of contributing to the final Judgment That is the ob ject of it." BOMB KILLS SEVERAL. TOKIO. Pept. 2. (By the Associated Press) Several persons have bean killed fn Mukden by the explosion of a bomb accidentally dropped by a Korean, ac cording to a special dispatch received here from Mukden. The dead Included the Korean who dropped the missile. The dispatch adds that It Is alleged In Mukden that the Chinese authorities there discovered It other bombs in a hotel room occupied by the dead Ko- r "MTTtf BITTY' . ..nuru i I City. Meridian, ureenviue ana .:oium IMUDLL rCil&u IVIUint.1 i SENT TO MISSISSIPPI 2,485 MISSISSIPPIANS ARE DISABLED IN WAR JACKSON, Ml Sept. 28. (Spl. According to statistics complied by the gulf division of the Rod Cross, Mis sissippi had 2,41 men disabled in the world war, and who have been returned to the state from the military service. Many of these men have applied to the federal board of vocational educa tion for training, and others are trying to get settlements adjusted with the war rink insurance bureau. A goodly number have been looked after by the home service section of the Ked Cross. The lied Cross now has welfare work in progress In 30 counties of the state, and since Jan. 1 the borne service sec tion has rendered Nervice to 35,000 fam ilies in Mississippi. Figures have not been completed showing the amount of tubercular work ta be linno In Mississippi, but it la esti mated that there axe at least 7,000 cases wherein the home service sec tion of the Ked Cross can render ser vice. The Camp Shelby chapter of the Ileil CroH makes an Interesting report showing that 7P8 men who were de mobilised there placed thtlr final piiy with the Ked Cross tor trtinxmlwiloii home, totalling $73,475 money that would probably have been frittered away by the boys had not the Red Cross offered this banking service. WOMAN SLAYER OF MAN DECLARED TO BE INSANE CHICAGO, Sept. 2. Mrs. Kmma Simpson was found guilty of murder Irg her husband by a jury yesterdny and was declared Insane at .the time and still Insane. She shot her husband, timer Simpson, while in a courtroom last April at the conclusion of a divorce bearln JACKSON, Miss.. Sept. 28. (Spl.) MtuxtMHlmii haa received her quota of the Nobel peace prl money, amount-I lng to Mii. A short time before his death the late Kx-Prnsident Roosevelt donated the Nobel peace prise, with Interest, total ling about 46,0(K), for war relief work. He sent checks for various amounts to a number of hospitals, and a cheek for 1300 was sent to Mrs. John Sharp Williams, wife of the Benlor senator from this state, with the request that It he disbursed as her judgment should dictate. , . Mrs. Williams made careful Inquiry a lo anerlHl cases of need, and finally decided that the most cfflolent way of illtbursing the sum was through the Red Cross. In carrying out this Ulan eherks for lllift each were sent to the Red Cross chapter la Jackson, Yuoo bus. The local chapters have acknowl edged the donations, thus concluding the work of Mrs. Williams imposed on her by Col. Roosevelt. polish'advance makes bolshevik retreat PARIS, Pept. 2. (French Wireless Service) The advance of the Polish in the direction of the Dnieper river has caused great confusion among the Bot shevlki, who are abandoning in great haste the region surrounding Vitebsk and Mnhtlev, according to dispatches from Stockholm. The Rolfhevikl are declared "to bev hurriedly evacuating the towns of both Vltevsk and Hohllev as well as Rskyov, Arssa and Polotsk. They are said to be taking away with them Polish not tables living tn the region with the in tention of confining them in the teut ons at Moscow.