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THE MORNING' OREGOMAN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1914.
UN KILLS GIRL AT
'.DOOR OF HER HOME
PRETTY STENOGRAPHER BELIEVED MURDERED BY SPURNED
SUITOR AS SHE ENTERED HER HOME LAST NIGHT.
WAR IS DECLARED
STRUGGLE OF SOUL
MAKE YOUR HOLIDAY
and receive S. & H. Stamps Remember, we give double stamps every day
"tT-J "T?1' until 2 o'clock. This to encourage early shopping.
Emma Ulrich, 21, Is Shot
at 1074 Corbett Street by
Papal Encyclical Urges Peace
Between Nations for Dawn
of New Pontificate.
MURDERER MAKES ESCAPE
Stenographer for Kerr, Gitford &
Co. Is Victim Fred Traunson,
Deranged Elevator Operator,
Assassin, Police Say.
Miss Emma. Ulrich. a. pretty stenog
rapher, was shot and killed last night
as she was entering her home at 1074
Corbett street by an assassin who had
lain in wait for her as she returned
lrora work. The police believe the mur
derer is Fred Traunson. an elevator
operator; who was madly infatuated
with the girl and insanely jealous be
cause she had sptimed his attentions.
Five shots were fired, only one of
which took effect. Miss Ulrich ran
toward the rear of the house when the
man began shooting. Her assailant fol
lowed her. She opened the kitchen door
and had Just stepped inside when the
last shot was fired. It struck her In
the back of the head and sbe fell dead
on the kitchen floor in the presence of
her mother, Mrs. Carl Smith, and her
little brother and sister. and 6 years
Police Accuse Traunson.
"There can be no doubt but the mur
derer was Fred Traunson," said De
tective Pat Moloney, who was on the
scene soon after the shooting. "The
description given by those who saw him
is accurate. It could be only the de
scription of Traunson."
Mrs. Carl Smith, Emma's mother, said
the girl told her Sunday that she had
seen Traunson again and he was trying
to follow her.
Last August Fred Traunson was ar
rested for attacking Miss Ulrich with
a revolver. Newspaper clippings of
this event had been preserved by the
rirl. who feared the man.
"She gave me the siipplngs not long
ago," said Mrs. Smith, "and said: 'If
I'm ever killed these might come in
Traunson's Infatuation for Miss
Ulrich began months ago when he was
employed as elevator operator in the
Lewis building. Miss Ulrich was em
ployed as stenographer in the office
of Kerr, Gifford & Co. in the same
building. Attracted by the girl's
beauty, the elevator boy frequently
tried to make advances toward her,
tut was always repulsed.
Miss Ulrich complained to her em
ployers of Traunson's actions, but the
case was not taken seriously.
Traunson, apparently Insane, ac
costed the girl In the lobby of the
building August 2. and demanded that
she marry him. She was frightened
and tried to run. Traunson pulled two
revolvers out of hia pockets and wild
ly demanded that she elope with him
or he would shoot her.
The girl fled -to safety and Traunson
subsequently was arrested. A charge
of carrying concealed weapons was
filed against him August 3, and be
cause it seemed that he was some
what deranged. Municipal Judge
Stevenson continued his case for a
week. With the understanding that
lie was to leave Portland and stay
away, he was released on August 8.
Girl Expresses Feu,
Traunson did not leave the city, but.
since that time has been hanging
around, out of employment, and fre
quently Miss Ulrich told her relatives
and employers that he was following
her. She was afraid of him, and re
marked to Mr. Kerr two months ago
that she was afraid Traunson would
Traunson had not been seen much of
late, but last night put in his appear
ance on Corbett street, near Miss Ul
rich's home. Several persons saw him,,
but did not know him.
Miss Ulrich. with several packages
tinder her arm, got off a streetcar in
front of her home, and was just enter
ing when the prowler accosted her. It
was after 6 o'clock, and in the darkness
the girl did not recognize the man who
had followed her.
The prowler suddenly began shooting
and 'Miss Ulrich screamed and ran
toward the rear of the house, the man
with the revolver still following her.
After she had fallen dead Inside the
kitchen door the slayer fled. He is still
at large and the police are scouring the
city for him.
Girl 21 Tears Old.
Miss Ulrich, 21 years old, was pretty
and vivacious. She lived with her
mother, her sister, Kate, and her step
father, Carl Smith. Mr. Smith is em
ployed at a local brewery. Only yes
terday Miss Ulrich said to Mr. Gifford,
one of her employers:
"I guess I'll have to support the
family, now that the state has gone
dry and father will be out of a Job."
Traunson is 24 years old. and has
been living with his mother at Lents.
He has been out of employment since
lie lost his position in the Lewis build
ing as a result of his first insane at
tack on the girl.
After the shooting last night the mur
derer fled south toward the Fulton dis
trict. A squad of police was dispatched
Immediately to the scene by Captain
circle. ueiecuves swennes and Mo
loney found that the fugitive had
crossed the Sellwood ferry not long
later the shooting and followed his
.Descriptions of the man were given
to policemen in all parts of the city.
He Is believed to be in hiding some
where in the Sellwood district. All
means of escape from the city are be
Deputy Coroner Gotsch removed the
girl's body to the morgue, where It
was found that only two of the bullets
was found that only one of the bullets
had taken effect. It entered the back
of the head, penetrating the brain.
Fred Traunson is 6 feet 7 or 8
Inches tall and weighs about 145
pounds. He has a slim face and sal
low complexion. Last night he wore
a tan raincoat and a dark soft telescope
ESTATE NOT YET CLAIMED
I'roperty of Ivan Kuvarlck Awaits
Friends or Relatives.
The Coroner of Rock Sprint's. Wyo
ming, has $300 and two watches which
he would like to deliver to friends or
relatives of Ivan Kuvarick, an Aus
trian who left here December 21. 1911,
with the idea of going to Trieste.
He was found dead, ten miles from
Rock Springs, three days later with
the money and watches on his body.
It seems that while on the train, he
was injured in some way and perhaps
mentally deranged by the accident. He
was attended In a hospital in Rock
Springs, but turned out almost im
The next day he was found dead in
the woods, a short distance from the
city, where he evidently had wan-
oered. Any Information should be sup
plied the coroner at Rock Springs.
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Sermaize, France, in Ruins,
Sample of Destruction.
RETREATING FOE SETS FIRE
Of 2800 Inhabitants bnt 20 0 Are
Left, Many Having- Been Killed In
Battles Raging Around Them
Continuously for Five Days.
SERMAIZE LES BAINS. France tvia
Paris), Nov. 16. This regional town of
2S0O inhabitants before the German in
vasion is representative of what hap
pens to a place in the path of the hos
tile army. wThere were 600 houses and
now a dozen bullet-scarred buildings
are standing. All the others have been
knocked to pieces by shells or burned.
Walls of brick or stone, constructed
with old-fashioned care, burst by the
heat, are tumbled in ruins across the
streets. Two hundred persons live in
the dozen houses, or in Improvised
shelters set up against some of the
half ruined walls.
Several hundred men answered the
mobilization call posted on the city hall
on August 1. Then the French army
in retreat came through and upwards
of 2000 inhabitants took to flight, some
by their own conveyances, others on- the
wagons of the army transport and hun
dreds on foot, carrying packages and
their small children.
Sermaize, which is 177 miles east-
northeast of Vitry le Francois, was on
the battle line? QfS20 miles chosen by
General Joffre for the French stand.
It was under slfell fire when the French
occupied the place, again when the Ger
mans held it and when it lay between
the two armies.
This went on for five days. The
frightened inhabitants lived in cellars
until the tumbling ruins began to choke
the entrances. Then the Germans,
withdrawing the last time, set fire, it
ts alleged, to all dwellings left stand
ing and most of them were burned.
The 200 residents remaining took
refuge in the open fields. An indeter
minate number, it is said, were killed
or wounded by accident. Thus a pros
perous little city in a district which is
the center of sugar manufacturing, was
almost effaced. The correspondent has
seen seven such towns and there appear
to be a hundred more in the country
recovered irom the uermana.
BOURNE WRITES M'ARTHUR
Ex-Senator Congratulates Winner
and Offers to Lend Aid. '
C. N. Mc Arthur, Representative-elect
to Congress, has Just received a letter
of congratulation from ex-Senator Jon
athan Bourne, Jr., who now is serving
as chairman of the Joint Congressional
committee on the Federal aid in con
struction of post roads. Mr. Bourne's
letter is as follows:
"I am pleased to learn of your eiec
tion and in extending my congratula
tions wish also to express my very best
wishes for your success and to assure
you that if I can be of any assistance
to you here I shall be glad to have you
call upon me at any time.
Mr. McArthur is In daily receipt .of
letters and telegrams from friends in
various parts of the country congrat
ulating him on his ection. He is
planning to arrange his private affairs
here so that he can begin devoting his
time soon after the first of the year to
his new duties as a member of Con
gress. He was invited by the people of Coos
Bay to accompany Senator Chamberlain
and Senator Lane on the trip of in
spection upon which they started last
night, but was unable to Join the party.
CRACOW BURNS; FOLK FLEE
(Continued From First Page. )
Hindenburg in September transferred
his headquarters from East Prussia to
Breslau, in Silesia, acting in concert
with the Austrian commander's change
of front against the Russians invad
ing Western G alicia from the north.
The- Russians were on the alert,
however, and quickly - retired to the
safe side of the Vistula. The only
important fighting was at Opatow, on
the extreme southern flank. The Rus
sians massed their troops in a general
ly north and south line between the
Vistula. They rushed their troops by
railway, but were barely in time, for
the Germans were actually entering
one suburb of Warsaw at the same time
that the Siberian troops detrained in
The Germans had outrun their heavy
artillery, which was delayed by bot
tomless roads. Plenty of Russian re
inforcements came, the fighting was
desperate and a retreat was finally or
The Germans say they are as proud
of this retreat as the English are of
theirs at Mons.
In another respect the retirement
from Warsaw is like that before Paris.
The German headquarters, it is said.
lorgot tnelr geography. A headquar
ters bulletin in Paris announced the
retreat here, but for a fortnight It gave
virtually no news of the subsequent
stages, mentioning in that period only
GOVERNOR'S PROCLAMATION WILL
MAKE ALL CATTLE PASS TEST.
Washington Asks Oregon to Loner
Bars Against State Shortage of
SALEM, Or., Nov. 16. (Special.) A
quarantine proclamation issued 'by
Governor West today against the foot
and mouth disease prohibits the ship
ping of livestock into the state from
states where the disease exists unless
a thorough Inspection has been made
and permission given by the proper
state or Federal authorities. It further
Is provided that the quarantine shall
apply to hog cholera serum, vaccine
and other extracts of animal origin.
unless the Btate veterinarian has proof
that no infection exists where they are
Shipments of livestock from counties
where the disease does not exist in
states that are infected are not pro
hibited by the proclamation provided
cars are disinfected thoroughly before
being loaded, and unloaded en route In
yards that have been disinfected.
Health certificates giving this informa
tion from Federal inspectors must ac.
company the shipments.
OLYMPIA, Wash., Nov. 16. fSpe
cial.) Dr. IT. T. Graves, State Agri
cultural Commissioner, today left for
Portland to attempt to arrange a mod
lfication of the quarantine regulations
of Washington and Oregon to allow
free shipment of livestock between the
two states, in neither of which foot
and mouth disease has developed.
Shortage of carbolic acid is faced
here on account of the large quantities
used for car and stockyard disinfection
and Btate and Federal departments in
consequence have authorized the use of
chloride of lime and formaldehyde as
ENGINEERS HEAR OF NEED
Legislative Reference Bureau Urged
at Sleeting of Oregon Society.
The- need of a Legislative reference
bureau to guarantee the constitution
ality of bills going before thepeople
was emphasized by Attorney ' Eugene
Brookings in an address before the
Oregon Society of Engineers at lunch
eon yesterday. George B. Muldaur, of
New York, was also a speaker, urging
the more extensive use of electricity.
Mr. Brookings pointed out that the
bureaus of Legislative reference in
charge of the state universities of Wis
consin and Indiana have been success
ful and recommended the same for Ore
gon to help toward efficiency in Leg
Mr. Muldhaur, who is In charge of
the field co-operation department of
the Society for Electrical Development,
spoke of the aims of that society.
KANSAS WOMAN SEEKS SON
Letter Asks Whereabouts of Arthur
Moore, Likely on River Boat.
W. L Crlsaey. manager of the In
formation bureau of the Commercial
Club, yesterday received a letter from
Mrs. Mary Moore, of Maple Hill,
Kansas, asking for assistance in finding-
her son, Arthur, from whom she
has heard no word since July.
When he last wrote her he was
working; in Portland as a cook on
board a Hirer boat. She described him
as light complexioned, with brown eyes
and dark hair and slightly stooped
PRESENT CRISIS ANALYZED
Flea Is Made for Suppression of All
Differences Within Church and
"Extirpation of Evil Growth
ROME. Nov. IS. The Pope today
caused to be published his announced
encyclical urging peace among the
warring nations of Europe.
. In this document the pontiff attrib
utes the war to four causes, namely.
lack of mutual and sincere love among
men, contempt of authority, injustice
on the part of one class of the people
against apother, and the consideration
of material welfare as the sole object
of human activity.
The Pope's appeal urging eapec in Eu
rope follows a pastoral letter from the
pontiff Issued early in September, in
which he exhorted the heads of the
nations engaged in hostilities to end
the present reign of ruin, disaster and
bloodshed. The Pope then said the
spectacle of the conflict filled him
with horror and sadness, and that he
hoped not only for the end of this war,
but of all wars.
War Declared Soul Strujrale.
The encyclical begins by tracing a
horrible picture of the present war
and by calling upon the rulers ana tue
peddles to end the fratricidal fight, in
order that the dawn oi me new pon
tificate be blessed by peace through
out the world. The present bloody war
is terrible because, the encyclical de
clares, it is a struggle of souls as well
as a struggle of bodies, the soul being
the origin of the body.
After making reference to the doc
trines of Christ, the communication
"The spirit of Christ does not reign
today. The people talk of brotherhood
more than they ever have before, yet
brotherhood is ignored today to a de
gree greater than ever before. Na
tions, races, cities and individuals are
divided today by rancor and selfish
ness more than they are by political
frontiers. The lack of reciprocal char
ity is causing a lack of respect for au
thority. "Love does not alter differences be
tween social classes, but it makes
those above inclined toward the hum
ble with Christian virtues, most of all
with Justice, while the humble trust
their superiors, awaiting brotherly as
sistance from them."
Higher Motives trued.
The Pope expresses the view that to
bring about the desired change it will
be necessary to extirpate the secret
root of all evils, which he described as
the view that material good is the only
object of life.
The second part of the encyclical is
devoted to an appeal for peace within
the church. It urges the suppression
of all differences, and in particular the
extirpation of the "evil growth of mod
ernism, together with the evil modern
istic spirit which seeks novelty in
"The pretense of emancipation of hu
man civil authority from God causes
the links between superiors and in
feriors to become dally looser. Sover
eign rulers should consiedr this and see
whether it is wise to divorce them
selves from the religion of Christ,
whether it is good policy to banish the
gospel from education. The principle
that men, being equal in nature, must
also be equal socially. Is false. Argu
ments to the contrary fill souls with
anger. Inspire class hatred and fill life
with struggles. The only remedy is to
teach the fundamental prepect of the
gospel, to love each other more aud
STATE LOSES LAND SUIT
APPEAL FROM OREGON' SUPREME
Attorney-General Crawford Declares
He Advised Aa-alnst Carrying;
Case to Wahin-ton.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 16. The appeal
of the Governor of Oregon from the
decision of the Oregon Supreme Court
upholding the legislative grant of
marsh anfl tide lands In Benton County
to the Willamette Valley & Coast Rail
road Company, in 1871, was dismissed
today by the Supreme Court for. want
SALEM, Or.. Nov. 16. (Special.)
Attorney-General Crawford said to
night that he advised against appeal
ing the case to the Supreme Court of
the United States, but. did so upon
Governor West's Insistence. He said he
did not believe that a Federal ques
tion was Involved. The grant was
made by the Oregon Legislature to
the Willamette Valley & Coast Rail
road and the land is owned iow by
the Corvallis & Eastern Railroad.
Suit was brought several years ago
to annul the title and recover the land
for the state schools. The Corvallis
& Eastern Railroad had sold part of
the land and resisted the suit. A
decision favorable to the railroad was
rendered by the Oregon Supreme Court,
the company's title being held absolute.
Governor West insisted that an appeal
be taken to the Supreme Court of the
United States and intimated that spe
cial counsel might be employed, but
Attorney-General Crawford" acted for
BIRTHDAY GREETINGS SENT
President Congratulates Italian King
and, Republic of Brazil.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 16. President
Wilson has sent to King Emmanuel, of
Italy, the following birthday . cable
gram: "I beg Tour Majesty to accept my
cordial birthday felicitations and the
assurance of my high regard and good
To the President of Brazil on the
anniversary yesterday of the independ
ence of the republic. President Wilson
gent the following message:
"In the name ofthe Government and
people of the United States and in my
own, I send cordial felicitations on this
anniversary of the independence of the
Brazilian republic and extend to Tour
Excelency cordial wishes for the con
tinued prosperity of your flourishing
country to which we are bound by ties
of traditional friendship and common
SPECIAL School Children: We now have
on 6ale (Basement) for you books of ear
tickets, S3 for $1.
A Fountain Pen
Is either a perennial source of joy
or -wrath. Come to our pen doc
tor and select one with our war
ranty one year of satisfaction or
money back. Ten days' free to
try it out. Three brands all per
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$1 and Up to $25
Our Display of
able form. We stamp
HAVE INCREASED OUR FRAMING FORCE
Now and Let Us Do the Work Before the Rush
WOMEN. MAKE PEACE
Suffrage Convention Comes o
End With Calmness.
POLITICAL ATTACKS TABOO
lr. Anna Shaw Is Re-elected Presi
dent of National American Asso
ciation and $7500 Pledged
Toward $26,000 Budget.
NASHVILLE. Tenn, Nov. 16. The
46thannual convention of the National
American Woman suffrage Association,
in session here since last Thursday,
closed tonight with an apparent truce
established between the opposing ele
ments of the organization.
Among the more important results of
today's session were the election of of
ficers, the declaration by the associa
tion of a definite policy opposing at
tacks on a political party, and the
adoption of resolutions setting forth
the organization's stand on legislation
for suffrage and other public questions.
No mention was made of the Con
gressional Union, concerning which
there had been heated discussion, and
no motion was presented involving any
authorization to the National body to
discipline state organizations which
might work contrary to the associa
Calm Follows Election.
Anti-adminlBtration supporters worked
diligently for their candidates for Na
tional offices, styled the "representa
tive ticket," but after the administra
tion nominees were elected by a major
ity strength of about 70 votes, calmness
Dr. Shaw was unopposed for presi
dent. The convention tabled a resolution
urging all suffragists and suffrage or
ganizations to aid the cotton movement
by "buying a bale, by wearing cotton
clothes and In every way popularizing
All resolutions relating to the Euro
pean war were referred to a special
committee to be redrafted and reported
to the executive council, which will hold
a session here tomorrow.
Alabama Campalarm Is Intent.
Southern delegates announced in the
convention that their caucus had de
cided to concentrate their energies on
winning Alabama for woman suffrage
the coming year.
In addition to Dr. Shaw, the follow
ing officers were elected: First vice
president. Mrs. Stanley McCormick,
New York; second vice-president. Airs.
Desha Beckenridge. Kentucky; third
vice-president. Miss Katharine B. Davis,
New York; recording secretary, Mrs.
Susan W. Fitzgerald, Massachusetts;
corresponding secretary, Mrs. Orten H.
Clark. Michigan; treasurer, Mrs. Henry
Wade Rogers, Connecticut; second au
ditor. Mrs. MedlU McCormick, Illinois.
Among the more important changes
was an amendment limiting represen
tation of any affiliated member asso
ciation in the convention to 50 dele
gates. The class known as auxiliary
members was eliminated.
The budget calling for 626.030 for
next year s work was approved, 67600
being pledged from the floor.
INUNDATION HALTS WAR
(Continued From Flrrt Fe.ce.)
from Ostend to the Dutch border and
should their present lines be broken,
they probably will endeavor to Winter
in these snug and carefully-prepared
TREXCH LIFE UNBEARABLE
Holland Reports Almost Complete
Cessation of Hostilities.
SLU1S. Holland, via The Hague, Nov.
lg. The battle front of the Yser Is
unchanged. The weather Is most un
favorable, the fog turning into a heavy
watery snow. Existence in the trenches
is almost unbearable.
Since yesterday there has been an
almost complete cessation of opera
tions on both sides.
Reliable information received here
from Ypres is to. the effect that while
Soon will our classes
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the town has suffered severely from
fire, the Thirteenth Century Guild
House has not been damaged.
A stream of German wounded con
tinues to come from the front. The
population In Flanders is kept in Ig
norance of the fighting that Is taking
place around them.
BILL DRAFTERS PICKED
Governor Lister Names Men to
Frame Compensation Act.
OLYMPIA, Wash Nov. 16. Governor
Lister has asked six persons, three rep
resenting employers and three repre
senting labor organizations, to serve
with three members of the Industrial
Insurance Commission to draft a "first
aid" amendment to the workmen's com
The proposed initiative law on thai
subject was voted down at the general
election with the understanding that
a body would be named to draw a new
law for the Legislature.
The persons asked to serve are:
Employers J. P. McGoldrlck. Spo
kane, lumberman; ex-State Senator
Alexander Poison, Hoqulam. lumber
man, and William Pigott, Seattle, steel
Employes E. P. Marsh, Everett,
president State Federation of Labor;
Martin J. Flyzik. Seattle, president dis
trict No. 10. Mine Workers of Amer
ica; J. W. Clark. Aberdeen, carpenter.
Industrial Insurance Commission
Chairman, Floyd L. Daggett. Spokane;
A. B. Ernst. Seattle, and Clarence
Parker, Tacoma. ,
GIRL DEFIES HIGHWAYMAN
Blow In Face With Umbrella Drives
Away Robber Near Orcnco.
ORENCO, Or- Nov. 16. (Special.)
Miss Everllde Head, an employe of the
Oregon Nursery Company, while re
turning from work Saturday night
along the Oregon Electric tracks near
this place, was accosted by a highway
man. Unable to give up money or
jewelry, of which she was carrying
none at the time. Miss Head continued
backing away while arguing with the
In despair of dissuading the robber,
she struck him a stinging blow In th3
face with her umbrella and fled to the
home of a nearby friend. Later, ac
companlpd by a friend, f he recovered a
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Is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
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and herbs and does not contain a
particle of alcohol or any narcotic. It's
not a secret prescription for its in
gredients are printed on the wrapper.
Women are earnestly advised to take
It for Irregular or painful periods,
backache, headache, displacement, ca
tarrhal condition, hot flashes, sallow
complexion and nervousness.
For girls about to enter woman
hood, women about to become mothe?
and for the changing days of middle
age Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
should always be on hand.
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20 cents. Adv.
QUIT MEAT WHEN
Take a Glass of Salts If Your
Back Hurts or Bladder
No man or woman who eats meat
regularly can make a mistake by
flushing the kidneys occasionally, says
a well-known authority. Meat forms
uric acid which excites the kidneys,
they become over-worked from the
strain, get sluggish and fall to filter
the waste and poisons from the blood,
then we get sick. Nearly all rheu
matism, headaches, liver trouble,
nervousness, dizziness, sleeplessness
and urinary disorders come from
The moment you feel a dull ache
in the kidneys or your back hurts or
If the urine is cloudy, offensive, full
of sediment, irregular of passage or
attended by a sensation of scaldlngr,
stop eating meat and get about four
ounces of Jad Salts from any phar
macy; take a tablespoonf ul in a glass
of water before breakfast and in a
few days your kidneys will act fine.
This famous salts is made from the
acid of grapes and lemon juice, com
bined with llthia. and has been used
for generations to flush and stimulate
the kidneys, also to neutralize the acids
in urine so it no longer causes Irrita
tion, thus ending bladder weakness.
Jad Salts is inexpensive and cannot
Injure; makes a delightful effervescent
lithia-water drink which everyone
should take now and then to keep the
kidneys clean and active and the blood
pure, thereby avoiding serious kidney