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ltoo'l ac t' I'nioa Iawt o olatit
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rtrti aoJ wtt u wU aa tha
KKl.zmr aad aiair.tMr. & U lntrt4
in a. I prprttoaa for taa rala
ara'toa of taa ;utila.
)t w to k9 U batU aoj achool
eaiuiraa. hor o aacapa ma
muaBpa. viMMtnr coaait aa4 atnarwa
b 1;v-um-J thta aftamo at
3 j o cio-k a( room J2. Coariaoo.
It C. J. Uitf i.l pi Jr th
pl.. of t I'arRt- i:4acatlool
liur-aa at tha Or Conra of
Motar aaJ l'arot-Ter Aola
Hoc. Ilia ru6J---t will ba "J low to
Aot4 Cwumi D!aaa la C&Udraa."
Taa poatpoa4 mtlr ef tha Aid
Poelatr ef the Flrt Onercatlril
thurrtt will ra hld Walnl)r. Tb
ln.mbr wl'.l fl at la o'rlork to
tw for .4nurltg ftoatitlal. A
kos luo.-a art. J b a f.atura at awn.
a a a
Thara will a aa Imoortaet rabaaraal
af taa dramatic dp-rtmat af tha
Icrtiand nkf StuJr Oua tnla
af-.araoon la room T ef Ine Caotral
library at 3 o'clock.
T rotpoa4' moating ef tha 5haka
eraura daparimant ef th rortland
WumaVa C'lao wl.l b todar at 1
t:xk la Womil ef Woodcraft IU!L
To and atii'tr will aa oo "Kir
Lar." Urn Jatia C. UlUn U Uadar.
a a a
Tka rraald.Bta' Ctnb wHl- I Ita
T'CUlar mootliiy laachaoa oa WdB
atr li tha taxoom ef the Iuo Worn
Ml Chrutlaa Auoctatloa. Mra. A. 1L
):rToun U praatdin officer. Tha rr.
aooa'l ef ih club locludva praodaeta
f tdratcvl club.
A brta Woman" ImproTemaot Club
ai. bivcC toalabt In Virion JichooL
lr. Kate Uiaire mill pak oi To
i'v.iBUvct ctnlO." haarl cbKdraa ef
tfta accool aa Li 1 l -lal Burobara.
Xr. Joacphln .arp wl.l praatda.
a a a
llawttiorna I'rr-Tachr Aaaocla
tioa l.l maat oa WeUaUr at 3.1
a a a
tVI'.taraatte Ckaptrr. I'aoKhtara of li
Avaricaa Koiutioo. will maot ea
l"rdsadr wua ilra It. U. Cerslak
a a a
Richmond Al-imol Aaoctallea will
ant omat. Tha banquet aed party
wilt b ptpea4 to rbruary 1.
a a a
A-.biaa W. r. T. V. wtri bold a
T'raitcae Millard maatiec at tha heme
af wra. M. T. tit'.eart. tli Borthwic
!p.l. todajr at J i o clock la tha
aft.rno.30. A procramaie ef pahlnc
aad muatc wtU ba cla.
a a a
TSa I. f O. Htrhood aSlKatloa
mMtinf which wa plan Bad fir Tbmf
ay ba ba poatnoaad Indrar.ttcly.
a a a
Tha raitar maatiaf ef tha Multno-
fnaa laraat-Taac-.T Aaaolatloa ax-
rn. fnr th'a wak will ba poatpoaad
ant J tValaalr. February I.
a a a
Tha r:phla jratrcm Clnh wltl ot
t t-a hxr.a of Mr. K. W. f-billp.
riaat T am hi'. I strrat. today. Tha ub
'-t f T diacu'oa will ba "Vra
Tha llotoartc rarto-l." wfch-h wtil ba
condtactad by Mr. U. f. Trait. Koll
r.l will ba aaeradi Uk quocaltoa
fretn the I. lad.
a a a
rB'njt rrant-Tachar Aaoca
flo till poat&oat Ita maattac BBttl
firtSar Botica. The l'nlnola em
lllt o'a wl'.l ba ern at T.3
dwk ea Thurla tlcM.
a a a
Tha Weawa'a AasHlary ef tka Rall
mtt Mall Aiaoclatioa wilt peatpon
tair party acnadu;-! for Tabraary II
a Rt.it aftar tsa Bl buainaaa nutinr.
ba oa t'araary 3. Oa tbta
litter dt t'n ntnbiti will meat wlta
Ur. Jaaia ia Oroij.
a a a
Dr. Vara Warhara will air ea
WiiiIit at tha Biaatlar ef Caatral
V f T t". to k al IT! r'aaatk
: Neuralgia ?
5 T. I 7 IT X
Tint Aid at Home.
5 Nwra'i!a Pala ( Boat ooi
5 lio. yt yoa) eaa atr h iaaraotly
5 by pplin Sicwa Lioimcaf.
Tsiokof Sjoa'i Lioimaatwaea-
r yoo ha fa.a c4akiaj.
It la one Psia Killer. No acwJ
H to rob it ra row uat lay it oa
a ,n j p flica aeir at ec.
m "Keep bonJa a your boea.
( Mn Ma. B. ILBJ
. . -. ... .- ... A
Alllt WUKh.fcitS L 1. .
.traat. Mr M ! T. Hldda wltl rl
Iba parliamraiarr drill. ir. Warbara
ta In Tortland lUln at tha btna
of Mr, r. Warbam. praaJdrBt ef WH
lard I'alon. It will appear at the ra
eut ef Mrs. Mitfiril RaddiBK Kooaa.
a a a
The aanaal raaatlnc ef the tat
axrcatlT board af tha Oraeon W. C
T. V. will ba b!d In Portland March
. T aad . Caniral ' L'aloa wilt ba
SAN'DY YM,VEn ENTERTAIN
Club Flay I Well AtlpndcJ la Splto
of Plot in.
SANDT. Or.. rb. T. fSpacUt) The
Sandy Women'a Club rave an enlerlata
mnt la Hhl!r' Itatl Saturday BlKht.
which waa well attended. In aplta of the
torn. "Aa Krrrncy Call" wa tha
ml of tha play. M. A. Paaton. w altar
Helm. Alice Mackey. Sabra Paaton.
Zadie ronnelt. Carl Shttrly. Johnnie
sarlly. Mra. A. U Pcator and Wanda
txitoa ware la tha raat.
-The Woman' Handy Club" waa tha
ubtact of tha cood play, which waa
rendered by offfara and member of
tha club. Mrs. Klla Iiaumbach. Clara
Laanarta. Alice Mciiusla. Mlna Deaton.
lila :-My. Itartha Purcell. Alice tvala.
.ad: a Honnett. Kdna Iuon and J die
r-oaholm. A number of musical aalrc.
tlon ware fleers cloaina; with the In
tramental eolo. "Ilumoreaqua." by
GASOLINE 1SJ71-2 CENTS
Iotorlta IVrllrTe That Wholesaler
Arc MaQlpolallnf rrire.
Aa a reeult of another 1-ccnt In
rraaaa la tha price of raaolln. made
effoctlre ycatcrday. tha atandard motor
fuel I now ratalim al price ranftnc
from 1 ta 17 H cent a ralloo at lb
varloa flltlne; atatloa. The whole
ale prtc la bow US cent, aa com
pare. 1 with a quotation of IS rent
durlnf the helicht of the automobile
tourlnc aaoa lat Euromer.
Vecaae the price baa been advanced
leadlly durlnx the Winter aeaaon.
wbaa fin Ini la moat In demand, and
la tha face of loernmrnt tatljitK-a.
In.JUatlne that tha cru-' auppty la
rreater and tha eTPortatlon lr than
a year aco, moiortata (enrrally rzprej
tha ballef that the wholesale oil cora
panlaa are manlpulatinc tb ft'aaoilo
price a to ault Ibemieire.
NEW SHOE STORE TO OPEN
C. If. IVaVrr DraiK-b I Foarth Now
Operated lav I'ort lanil.
Th tore at 21 Waahlnctoa "treat.
on tha (round lloor of th Wilcox
bulIdiBC. until recently occupied by
tb branch atori of tbe Roaenthal t9io
("ompaar. wl.l ba opened today aa the
fourtb kM Blor operated la Portland
by C II. Raker, who owna a chain of
a.ree la Loa Ancelea. taa r rancliro
and Portland. ttenlTa alteration
kit baaa made to eulp the atore for
lie flaw tenant.
"Mr. Kaker baa auch complete too
HJence In Portland that ba ba decided
that ba muat hare more than three
atorea la tbia city. aad R. II. Hiwirt,
manaser of the baker atorea. laat Btcbt.
l!la faith ta the permanent (ream of
Port: ax 1 I reflected la tha Ova year
which he baa tnt for th apace la
the Wilcox bSlldicr "
SLIDES ALONG BOULEVARD
Large IWJr at lldre of Terwlllljer
Cora Into Ita vine With lloar.
Srlnc water aoppoaed to b from
aa under around kPrin- caoaed aa lm
man altd of earth yeaterday from
the eoter Iop of Terwilllaer boule
vard at the bead of Hamilton aveBue.
?o far the alld baa not damased the
bealevard. but the earth la (one to the
outer ede of the pavement. '
Aa tha boulevard la wall provided
wlta dralne at tbla particular point
It I n;td there mul be a rrln.
Th dirt and mud !ld Into th ravin
wlta a trr13c roar carrymc tra with
It. At point alone th boulevard earth
baa Ild dowa to tb pavement, but do
eerlou dimifi baa been dona.
TWO IN MELEE ARRESTED
Mia rterlarew vnt! Companion .M
lackrd Him rtrat With Kettle.
A e,Qrrl la a lodjr'.n-boaa at 1774
Eaat Nlnta iret Mao4ar proved o
tmorlBf to Bel h bora that ratrolmaa
Trout wa ummmnnad. He looked. In
a l&a oa-d ef caraaaT StoUx j
rvrrn pcrrn w i ionn I riTTVP
-" iljiuulu i. AiiftUAwuwu
Eva Robrowoak had been aetUlnr aa
Accordtnc to Stolar the rentle Eva
attacked blm first with a kettle. Then
abe came for him with a butcher knlte.
cfttlDC bla band. Officer Trout de
clam that both prlaoncra admitted
llvlnr together aa man and wife.
W. PoUak. of Albany, i at th
M. E. Georfe. of Seattle, la at th
I'. M. Scrocsln. of lobanon. I at tb
T. W. Boblneon. of Olney. I at the
T. Griffith, of Spokane, I at th
F. J. Hooker, of CorvallU. I at the
J. U. Klchardaon. of Salrtn. I at the
R. W. Kloc. of Th Callea, I at th
It. I. Dowd I at th Nortonla from
C A. Peteraon. of Puxton. I at th
F. M. Davl. of Seattle, la at th
It r. Mahoaey. of New Orleans. Is at
bid Nation., of Freeport. La la at
E. A. Row, of Walla Walla, is at
Kenneth O. Jlarlin. of New Tork. Is
at the Katott.
B. E. Spedlck, of Freeport,-N. T, I
at lb Eaton.
Ir. IL Bodenhelin. of New Tork. I
at th oron.
F. 1L Ryder, of Baker. I rg1trd
t th Or on.
A- C. Allen, of Medford. Is rlterd
at the Ortfon.
Mr. and Mrs. H. 1-ewls. of Elrtn. are
at the beward.
R. R. Blddl. of Eugene. Is rrUtered
at the Perkins.
II. Borntr. of Arlington, la regis
tered at tha Nortonla.
W. N. Galthar. of Seattle. Is regi
tered at th Portland. -
W. II. Wilson, aa attorney of Tb
Dalles, la at th Perklna.
Vl Flora McCallon. of Dallas, Is
rrsutered st th Imperial.
P. J. Jensen, of Sacramento. Cat, la
rsletrd at the Nortonla. .
Mr. and Mra. A. R. Brown, of Ray
mond are at th Imperial.
I. V. Lake and family, of Mill City.
are registered at the Seward.
Mr. and Mr. T. C Olid, of TamhlU.
are rerlstered at the Seward.
W. E. Peters and It. S. Ptra, of
Tacoma. ar at th Cornelius.
Judr William T. Perck. of Golden
da. Wash- la at th Nortonla.
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Carson, of
Salem, ar registered at the Corneltus.
Mra. T. J. Johnstone, of R. M. Gray's
ladtee' department, has returned from
a buying trip to w I or a. -Illue
fountain Stock Suffering.
rnerWiTEH. Or.. Feb.. T. 8pO-
elaL) rinow has fallen to a depth of
four feet In th Blue Mountain. Stock
Is suffering svrly and feed I run
Ding short. Som atock Is already re
ported aa havln parUhed. Snow la sUll
I risui citv Publlo Library circulated
UI.U tMaaa la ili
1 1 1 1
SONGSTER SAYS ARM
Miss Myrtle Ashby Impressed
by Stay in Berlin,
PREPAREDNESS IS UPHELD
Singer, Appearin; at DelHg, ana
W1m Is Descendant From Indian
Tribe, Descrlbsc Scene)' In
BT JOSEPH MACQTJEEJf.
-t in Berlin Germany, when tb
big war broke out in th Summer of
1114. I passed six weeks at London.
England, aad saw wounded soldiers
brought from th war front to their
home hosDllsJs. I experienced the
atmosphere of war. It tension. "It
keen distress, but although I hate war
and think that It la a terrible thing. I
believe la National preparednesa for
our beloved America. 1 speak as an
So said Mlae Myrtle Ashby. singer.
. i nr.- .f tha narlora of
laat niuit - - ' -
the Nortonla Hotel. Miss Ashby. a lyric
soprano, sings tonight at tha Heill
Theater as aololst with the Apollo
Club male chorua. William It Boyar,
Miss Ashby has th highest rigni xo
call berself an American youna; woman,
sinew by birth she la a descendant from
an Indian trlb in Alaska.
glager tpad-Loeklaa Brenette.
cw- ... Kn-n - liin.ait Alaska, and
Is a good-looking brunette. She is hy
about this American-Indian blood of
hers, but brightened up when it waa
recalled -to her that Mrs. Woodrow Wll-
. e k- triitent of the United
States, Is proud of th fact that h
(Mrs. Wllon IS aescenucu. irm
i t . m p,i...,. PorihanUi. I also told
ber that many of tha early aettlera
In Oregon were or xnaiau e-u
. . that today no other
American ploneera In Oregon ar mora
honored than tney. .
i. - i n i .a if aeViVw tn ma. id.
paallnglV. "I'm part American-Indian.
of course, out pieaa uon . ma. u
nenmlnant. will VOU? I hOD
the audience ax xn apon n
cert will Ilk me because of my sing
Inr. not because I am partly of In
We drifted Into music tain, in wmcu
iii.. i.kh, and her mother held their
own In fluent English.
i,l Caurrteal aa la Berlin.
"Mr mother wa fn Berlli-. German
i - . . . o n H Frfter aeelnir
O0UI lW jmtm
that I had got settled Into a nice, com
fortable boarding-houee. and had met
my voice teacher, Richard Lowe, my
mother went home to America." said
Miss Ashby. In her gentle, silvery
.. i t mi whan T was
CITI7 1 li AUH.MBI,
practically alone In Berlin, war con-
lltlon reigned, ana I wenx iu n
American Embassy, obtained trans
portation to the United States, via
England and Holland Berlin literal
ly swarmed over with soldiers when I
left It and London waa Just the ame.
"Now, I assure you. I am not In
terested financially or otherwls in any
nunltlons tactory. jnereior. can t
i whn haa coma from
war-strlcken Europe, with th firm
conviction that we ia America had
better sc to our National defense, so
that we can take care of what we
have, I mean defense, not defiance."
War Blacks Professional Career.
. . i i . V. . rin nrn-
aiis AVIlvr " - - - -- r
- i ..... 1 1 w ....ir. in Herman nnpra.
had the war not Intervened Her voice
tructor. Ricnard LOW, waa aireciur
.1 .... . .. n I n .ntl. AMFI.ItAUM.
OI 1 1 1 u iniuiiii.'"... -
and has had 14 years' experience as
muslo director in rncn opera ai
Parla Herr Lowe was piano accom-
nlst lor ma great Miniirsi a.i i . . -,
d be taucht sinking to Emmy Dm-
tlnn. At BTlin Herr Lowe naa ou
voice student.i, and he tauirht dally
from A M to P. M. He arives one-
half-hour lessons. He writes often to
Is friend and former student, iuisa
hby. and calls her In his letters
Isn't that funnyT said miss Asnoy,
part In sr. "I'm a srrowr, young worn
now. and yet my old teacher calls
i 'baby.'" '
6 ARRESTED IN PENDLETON
Sheriff ' Taylor Make First Raid
' Cntlre Prohibition Law.
PENDLETON. Or, Feb. 7. (Special)
r- .mi two women were ar
rested and several hundred dollars'
worth of Hiuor were confiscate din
a raid conducted by Sheriff T. D. Taylor
lata Saturday night on two rooming-
houses, tne nrsx hum ram iu
ton since the prohibition law -went Into
effect. . ,
The rooming-house or Mrs. jaroes
Harris, better known as Mrs. James
i. k.-.e IrnAWn. Ml M r Tod-
Iiari ! wli.-i " ;
hunter, and th Emolre lodglng-hous
on Webb etreet. were the two places
where arrests were made. Those tinder
i- .nnr.tton w It h th affair
rreni m - -- , -
are Mr. and Mrs. Jame Harris, Ernest
Todhunter. fcva snyaer, miih uvci
Blllle Koe. All entered pUas of not
- Elma Expecta High Water.
... . , r..i u. K 7 I'finer-liil
Old-time resident of this city and o-
i . . . . kivk.ai water In tha
lion prtaici iiw -; - . ,
history of the county, ehould the rain
and thaw of ta pen
tlnue. So far there Is not much rise, in
either the CloquslUim or Cheballa. but
by night It is expu uiai w " "
be rlainir rapidly.
Is Your House a Home or
is ita collection of brick walls,
carpets, chairs and tapestries?
Make it a home by serving for
breakfast Shredded Wheat,
the food of health and
strength. Beingr ready-cook
ed it is so easy to prepare a
delicious meal with bhreoaea
Wheat in a few minutes.
Contains all the goodness of
the whole wheat better
than DorrtdtTes for children or
grown-ups. Made at Niagara
Falls, N. Y.
Stamps Given on Charge Accounts if Paid in Full
Tea Room on 4th Floor
Olds,Wortmn '& King
Pacific Phone Marshall 4800
All Winter Merchandise Must Go
Another Week of Wonderful Bargain Giving
Odd Lines, Remnants, Small Lots, Etc., in
Sale of House Dresses
At Center Circle
On Main Floor
Main Floor Dresses in this special lot
such as ordinarily sell at $1.50 and $1.75.
Assorted styles in ginghams, percales
and chambrays plain colors, stripes and
checks. Light and dark colors. Low
necks, short sleeves, roll or square col
lars. Trimmed with piping and bands.
Full range of sizes in this lot. QOg
Dresses up to ?1.75 offered at fOw
Main Floor Women's House Dresses in
several attractive styles. Made from ex
cellent quality materials ginghams,
percales, chambrays and rippelette.
Checks, stripes and plain colors in pinks,
blues, black and white, etc. These dresses
are unusually well made and nicely fin
ished. Styled with low necks, long or
short sleeves. Trimmed with embroidery
and piping. Dresses worth Jf OQ
up to $2.00 now on sale at XoaWi
Third Floor $2.25 Aluminum
Pudding Moulds, special at $1.56
$3.25 Pudding Moulds, now $2.17
$3.50 Pudding Moulds now $1.(19
65c Aluminum Sauce Pans at 43
85c Aluminum Sauce Pans at 57
95c -Aluminum Sauce Pans at 63
POSSE SEEKS LOST
MAIL MESSENGER. MISSING SIXCE
Tl'ESDAY, BELIEVED DEAD.
Sprlas;-L4ke Weather Followa la Wake
' of Storm at Baker . aad Ava
laaeke Warning Given.
BAKER, Or.. Feb. 7. (Special.) Be
tween Tipton and Green Horn a posse
has been scouring the country in a thus
far futile attempt to find Melvin Dus
tin. a mall messenger of Burnt Rivet'
who has not been heard from since he
left Tipton Tuesday. It is believed he
met death In the snow storm.
Sprinsc-like weather today followed
the storm and the weather bureau sent
out warnings of avalanches in the hills.
Preparations to guard against floods
were continued today. All telegraph
lines were out yesterday and today
there is only oqo wire, that to Salt
Lake City. .
Trains ax resuming- schedule, but
the Sumpter Valley train which left
Saturday morning was able to go only
to Austin and return late last night. 24
Saving of f$l .SO
on every sack of flour
, used by the housewife
in doing her own bread-making
Full details of how and why
x in this paper tomorrow
March Patterns and "Good Dressing" Now In.
at Special Prices
$6.50 Fish Boilers, special $3.13
$1.00 Round Casseroles only 50
$1.30 Round Casseroles for God
$1.00 Alum. Measure, 2-qt. 50(
50c Aluminum Pudding Pan 330
75c Aluminum Pan Sieves at 50
$1.25 Collanders, special at 830
hours longer than the usual schedule.
The railroad expects trains to reach
Prairie City, which has not had service
for almost a week.
Only one case of loss of cattle in the
country is reported. Eighty head, be
longing to J. T. Dickson, are without
feed in the Snake River country and
cannot be gotten out until the snow
melts. The hay shortage is acute and
alfalfa in the stack Is bringing ?1
Mother Seeks Lost Son.
Where is Louis ,Steelsmith, of Den
ver? Worry concerning nis disappear
ance has caused the serious illness of
his mother. He is 19 years old, tall
and of light complexion. In October,
1915. he bousht a ticket fo San Fran
cisco at Menadako. Idaho. Since then
no word has been received of him. The
young man had a check for $25. signed
by J. A. Stelsmith. Klmberley, Idaho.
It has never been returned to the bank
as cashed. Information may be sent
to Alice Payne, Hudson, Colo.
Mrs. E. Carlson's Funeral Today.
The Rev. J. Richard Olson will go
to Mayger. Or., today to 'conduct fu
neral services for Mrs. Elizabeth Carl
son who died at Independence, Wash.,
on Saturday. Mrs. Carlson's home was
. the problem of to
daysthe high cost.
of living based
r upon, the actual
by 10th of Each Month
Home Phone A 6231
Sharp Reductions on
for Only $1
Purchase the material for your new
skirt here and we will accordion, box
or knife pleat same for only $1.00.
This includes sewing and hemming
ready to put in band. See sample
skirt in the Dress Goods Depart
ment; on the First Floor.
Valentines lc Up
Dept. Main Floor
Favors, Greetings, Postcards, Dec
orations and Novelties of all kinds.
Better make your selections early,
while assortments are complete. The
prices range from One Cent and up.
Hundreds of pairs Curtains in
this special offering. Scrims,
Marquisettes, Voiles, Lacet Ara
bians and Novelty Laces. Beauti
ful designs. Note these low prices:
$1.00 Scrim Curtains, pair at 58f
$1.25 Marquisette Curtains at 79(?
$1.25 Novelty Curtains, pair 69
$1.75' Novelty Curtains, pair 98
$2.00 Marquisette Curtains $l.i8
$5.00 French Net Curtains $2.98
$20.00 Arabian Curtains at $9.95
$10.00 Arabian Curtains $15.45
Bargain Circle, First Floor 1000
Remnants and Short Lengths of
Drapery Goods scrims, marquis
ettes, cretonnes, velours, tapes
tries, etc., on sale at just one-half
usual selling prices" by the yard.
$1.00 Pillow Tops 48c
Bargain .Circle Tapestry and
Velour Pillow Tops in choice as
sortment of pattern s. AQf
Worth to $1. Sale price C7-
In Stella, "Wash., hut she formerly re
sided in Portland.
The ampere, a unit of electrical meiiuri
ment, Is o named from Andro Marie Ampere,
famous Fren5fi scientist and philosopher,
who spent much of his life in working over
electricity, and who Is known as "tha father
TAKE SALTS TO
Says Backache Is Sure Sign You
Have Been Eating Too
Uric Acid in Meat Clogs Kidneys
and Irritates the
Most folks forget that the kidneys,
like th bowels, get sluggish and
clogged and need a flushing occasional- ;
ly, else we have backache and dull
misery in the kidney region, severe'
headaches, rheumatic twinges, torpid
liver, acid stomach, sleeplessness and .
all sorts of bladder disorders.
Tou Birr.ply must keep your kidneys
active and clean, and the moment you
feel an ache or pain In the kidney
region, get about. four ounces of Jad
Salts from any good drug store here. ;
take a tablespoonful in a glass of water
before breakfast for a few days and
your kidneys will then act fine. This "
famous salts Is made from the acid of;
grapes and lemon Juice, combined with
lithla, and le harmless to flush clogged
kidneys and stimulate them to normal -activity.
It also neutralizes the acids '
in the nrine so it no longer irritates,
thus ending bladder disorders.
Jad Salts is harmless; inexpensive;
makes a delightful effervescent lihtia
water drink, which everybody should ,
take now and then to keep their kid
neys clean, thus avoiding eerioua com
plications. A well-known local druggist says he
sells lots of Jad Salts to folks who be
lieve In overcoming kidney trouble
while it is only trouble. Adv.
The Treatment of
Influenza or La Grippe
It 1 onlte refreshing these days to read of
a clearly defined treatment foi Influensa or
La Grippe, In an article In the ' J-of JJ"
Clinic." Dr. James Bell, of New York City
says he is convinced that too much medica
tion Is both unnecessary and injurious. .
When called to a case of la grippe, the
patient Is usually seen when the fever Is
present, as the chill which occasionally
usher In the disease, has practically passed
awav Dr. Bell then orders that the bowels
be opened freely with al.v'Ac,tlQ" fLr
citrate of magnesia. For the high fever,,
severe headache, pain and general soreness,
one antl-kamnla tablet every three hour
Is oulokly followed by complete relief.
Ask for A-K Tablets. They are also unex
celled lor headache.aearalgla and all palm.