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THE SUNDAY OREGOXIAN, ORTTA3nv OCTOBER 22, 1&05:
PRGERNTS IN INDIA
' " NEW, MODERN METHODS OF CURING THE SICK AND AFFLICTED
Liquid Sunshine-Most Marvelous Medical Treatment of the Age
INDORSED BY THE MOST PROMINENT PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD
The "Elixir of Life" Now Curing Rebellious and Chronic Diseases Heretofore Pronounced Incurable Is the New and Successful Treatment at the
X-Radium Medical Institute and Sanitarium, the Largest and Most Complete Private Institute in the Northwest
Magnificence May Lull Unrest
PROTESTS 'ARE POURING IN
Prince and Princess of Vales Will
Find Empire Aroused Against
the Viceroy's Division of
LONDON. Oct. 2L (Special.) With the
departure of the Prince and Princess of
Wales for India, that "costliest Jewel of
the British crown" is again the oblect of
all eyes, and will be so for much of the
remaining Autumn. Conditions in the
Middle Bast, where Britain is mainly re
sponsible, are far .from what London
would like. The Anglo-Japanese alliance
may have removed external menace for
the next ten years, but in India, as well
as China.,- there is a spirit of unrest under
foreign dominance and aggression, and
the boycott of British goods in Bengal as
a protest against the -division of the prov--ince
is not the only symptom of Indian
discontent. It is hoped that the presence
at Calcutta and other important cities of
the future Emperor and Empress of India
will tend to mollify the resentments due
to the administrative errors of Curzon and
the drastic military policy enforced by
Arrangements for the reception of the
royal visitors are on a scale of magnifi
cence never equaled in the long British
rule. Nothing will be left undone to strike
the imagination of the native potentates,
and, as Mr. Labouchere naively observed,
they will have the added pleasure of
knowing that they are footing the bills.
The royal palaver will scarcely avail to
reconcile the Bengalis to the Curzon ar
rangement. In all parts of Bengal public
meetings continue to denounce It. In four
weeks not fewer than 300 have been held,
and It is estimated by the Times of India
that more than 1,000.000 persons, principal
ly men, have participated in ratifying the
resolution of protest tlrst passed at the
Calcutta Town Hall. These resolutions
denounce the partition as an affront to
the Indian public, and as wanting in re
spect to the House of Commons, which
has not pronounced Its opinion, and they
pray for the suspension of the plan until
Lord Mlnto arrives and Parliament meets.
There wiil be repetition of the protests
when -the Prjnce arrives.
BRITISH ELECTION NEXT YEAR
Balfour Will Make Issue on Redis
tribution of Seats.
LONDON, Oct. 2L (Special.) Although
there la no deflnlteness in the predictions,
British Liberals believe and prophesy that
another six months will bring them -within
eight of the long-desired general election,
and both parties, expect that Mr. Balfour
in his message to the Conservatives at
the Newcastle conference of the National
Union of Conservative Associations will
make an Important announcement as to
the programme of the government for the
next Parliamentary session. In well-post-edclrcles
the opinion 'is that Balfour will
force the lighting on the redistribution
bill, and that. whether it Is adopted ej:e
jected,4ie wjll' go fqthe country, prejrm
ab'ly in SMarch ot April. - ,
If Augustine ' Birrell, president of J.he
National Liberal Federation, is riot guess
ing at random, a February general elec
tion Is not beyond khe bounds of possibil
ity. He told a meeting at Bristol, how
ever, that it .must beware of Mr, Cham
berlain when the latter goes to Bristol
next month, "because any confidence he
may obtain from the British public -will "be
used, when once he has It, for protection,
open and unashamed, and because the
rank and file of the Tory party and the
Tory candidates are in favor of protection,
which will certainly be the real, if not the
overt, issue at the next general election."
Speaking in his official capacity, he de
clared that the Liberal party was never
so well prepared .as now for a great en
counter, but this view is not shared by all
the Liberal press. Lord Spencer had been
regarded as the best compromise and the
only compromise Liberal Premier of the
new administration, which even Balfour
admits is sure to come, but with him
eliminated by a paralytic stroke all the
factional hatreds are again let loose, and
the followers of Rosebery and of Carop-bell-Bannerman
are wrangling as fiercely
as when Harcourt was alive, over the
question of a common chief.
POWERS PREVENTED CONFLICT
Intervention Saved Sweden and Nor
way From Bloody War.
LONDON, Oct. 21. (Special.) There is a
general feeling, of relief throughout Eu
rope, now that the Scandinavian Imbroglio
Is passed. It is now publicly known and
stated in the Echo de Paris that a violent
rupture would have occurred had not the
great powers made pressing representa
tions to Sweden that such an outcome
must be avoided at all costs. The Aften
post, referring to the statement of a Vi
enna Journal that, had the worst come to
the worst, the Swedes would have con
tented themselves with demolishing the
Norwegian fortifications and would have
retired, says the author of this preposter
ous theory ought to have informed him
self as to what Norway was ready to do
if necessary to attain her demands. Nor
wegian feeling expresses itself in the
words of the Morgenblad, which says:
The trhnln onuntr-f an v.A -t-. ...
vro.Tii rfJIce n the issue. For us the
t1?"! Ui i"uciimence nas not lea into an abyss
of danger. Not a drop of blood has sullied
the gueeUon. The price we have paid u nVt
too hlRh for the advantages we have gained
for all tlrrm n1 kit.. n m.?."c
the two peoples once allied will give -war by
decrer to fruitful vun.ni.n . ..7
r&cuipostla the north f or the pro-
mi suuminiivun' race.
BRITONS ARE STILL PRISONERS
Vallente Makes Fresh Demands as
Condition of Exchange.
TANGIER. Oct. 2L-The negotiations for
the liberation of the British officers. Cap
tain Crowther and Lieutenant Hjftton,
who are held by Moroccan tribesmen,
have been broken off. The Rcnntchin tw
finder, which sailed Friday night in order
to exchange a brother of Vallente. tho
oanaji. io. tne two oiiicers, has returned
here from Tetuan Bay. The bandit's
brother is tiil bn the Pathfinder.
It is stated that on the arrival of the
ratnnnder, vallente made fresh demands,
which the officer In command-of the ves
sel was unable to concede without author
ity. The nature of the fresh demands is
withheld by the authorities.
POPE GIVES RIORDAN AUDIENCE
Anxious to Have Catholic University
ROME. Oct. 21. Archbishop Patrick W.
RIordan. of San Francisco, was received
in private audience by the Pope. The Pope
was most cordial and showed perfect
knowledge of American affairs. Ho man
ifested great Interest in the diocese of
San Francisco, .inquired about the prog'
ress of the Italian Society there and Ital
NEW YOEKTEESS DISPATCHES, dated June 15, '05, speaking of this famous treatment, say: "Liquid Sunshine, as used at the X-Eadium Medical Institute, of Portland, Or., is reported as heing productive of almost
CHICAGO PSESS DISPATCHES, dated September 2, '05, say: "Liquid Sunshine is bordering; close upon the miraculous, and Oregon is being prominently identified trith the scientific world in producing such remark
able cures as have been made of late at the Portland X-Eadium Medical Institute."
ST. PAUL PEESS DISPATCHES, dated Sept. SO, '05, say: Liquid Sunshine effected a complete cure in the case of Darius P. Simms. Many invalids here are preparing to leave for the Portland X-Eadium Institute."
As a Tonic, Stimulator and ,
, Invigorator It Has No Equal !
Press Dispatches, dated Nei
York, June 15, '05, under Tele
graphic News, say:
Liquid Sunshine Ee me dial Agent
NEW YORK, June 15. A re
markable case of cancer cure has
just come to light, and is cred
ited to Portland, Or., physicians.
Mrs. Edgar Babitt, West Forty-fifth
street, has recently re
turned from Portland, where she
has received treatment at the
X-Radium Medical Institute, in
that cit', during the past three
months. Previous to her jour
neying Westward, she was ad
vised by eminent' specialists here
to have the breast removed in or
der that her life might be saved.
This she refused absolutely, pre
ferring death to an operation.
Mrs. Babitt's caso is attracting
wide attention among the medi
cal fraternity, and the cure is
pronounced a remarkable one by
the specialists with whom she
consulted previous to her depart
ure. The treatment cmplo'ed by
the doctors at the X-Radium
Medical Institute, in the case of
Mrs. Babitt, was that which is
known as the. new elixir of life,
"Liquid Sunshine." Though
practically in Its infancy, this
drugless mode of prescribing is
superseding all other methods of
treating the sick and is reported
as being productive of almost
Press Dispatches, dated St.
Paul, October 1, '05, under Tele
graphic News, say:
Hew Rheumatism Cure
After Eighteen Years' Chronic
Sickness Liquid Sun
ST PAUL, Minn., Sept. 30.
Darius P. Simms, a cripple for
IS years past, suffering from
chronic rheumatism,, ivho left
here nine weeks since to visit
the Portland Fair, accompanied
by a nurse and crutches, re-,
turned here last evening with
the nurse, but minus crutches,
lie as full; of enthusiasm at his
remarkable recovery. Eighteen
years ago- he was taken down
with inflammatorv rheumatism,
which left him a cripple, his con
dition getting worse each year.
On his arrival at Portland, Or.,
he says, he placed himself in the
care of the X-Radium Medical
Institute physicians, and was
treated for seven weeks with the
new elixir of life, "Liquid Sun
shine." which has effected acom:
plete cure. The local plrysicians
who have treated Mr. Simms for
the past 15 years are themselves
astonished at his marvelous cure.
Other invalids here are prepar
ing to leave for the Portland
X-Radium Medical Institute.
By this new and superiormethod of
treatment at the X-!Kadium Institute,
this elixir of life, just discovered, gives
vigor to the -whole system, creates new
energy, strengthens the nerves, makes
new blood, bright eyes, a clear brain,
restores the healthy complexions of
youth, and makes life worth, living.
Ladies will find a boon in Liquid
Sunshine. It fills out hollow cheeks,
restores the curves of beauty to the
scrawny neck and shrunken bust. It
makes women healthy, beautiful and
able to be a wife and mother as well as
the joy of her family. '
Puny Girls and Sick Children
Given New Life and Growth.
FOR OVERWORKED MEN, suffer
ers from nervous prostration, or people
approaching old age, there is nothing
that will benefit them so surely, so
quickly, or so permanently as Liquid
The X-Eadium Medical Institute is in
dorsed, patronized and the only institute
recognized by the medical profession and
hospital clinics throughout the Pacific
Northwest for the treatment and cure of
CANCER. TUMORS, CONSUMPTION.
STOMACH, LIVER, BLOOD POISONING,
RHEUMATISM, PARALYSIS, FEMALE
TROUBLES. CATARRH. ULCERS,
LUMPS, DEAFNESS. ASTHMA, LOCO
MOTOR ATAXIA, NERVOUS DISOR
DERS, RUPTURE, PILES, FISTULA,
RECTAL DISEASES, BLADDER, KID
NEY AND KINDRED DISORDERS.
No Mistakes Are Made in Diagnosing
Your Case, and drngging you for months
without knowing what ails you. The Liquid
Sunshine Ray looks clear through your body
and at once locates the cause.
American, German, French and Scandi
navian Specialists in attendance. Consulta
tion free; treatment within the reach of all.
Correspondence solicited. Strictly confiden
tial. Send for symptom blank covering our
THE X-RADIUM MEDICAL INSTITUTE AND SANITARIUM IS NOW LOCATED IN ITS MAGNIFICENT NEW BUILDING
Third and Alder Streets
It Offers to Those Seeking the Highest-Class Medical or Surgical Attendance an Elegant and Refined Home for Sick
or Convalescent Maternity Cases Given Special Attention. Professional Lady Nurses in Attendance
' : - '
'. HUNDREDS OF TESTIMONIALS
AND GILT-EDGE CITY REFERENCES AT OFFICE
X-Radium Medical Institute and Sanitarium
Office Jloum: 9 A. M. to 12 M. 1:38 lo 3
P. M. Kreoln, 7 to 8 P. M. Sunday. 11
A. M. to 2 V. M.
X-Radium Building, Third and Alder Streets, Entrance 253 Alder, Portland, Or.
Telephone Main 2796
Ian Immigrants, and expressed pleasure
at the satisfactory reports received. Arch
bishop RIordan . found tho Pope Jn excel
lent "health and vigorous, both mentally
Among the various questions discussed
at th? Vatican by Monslgnor RIordan was
tho condition ot the Catholic University
at Washington, concerning which Bishop
Parkins, of Providence, spoke to the au
thorities during his recent visit here.
Monsinor RIordan gave his Ideas as to
the measures that should be adopted In
ordr ty bring the university to such a
standard In both science and Catholicism
as to make it profltable. He expressed It
as his view, however, that all measures
had be-in postponed until the commission,
composed of Archbishop Farley, of "ew
York: Bishop Maest of Covington, Ky.,
and Bishop Parkins, makes its report at
the next meeting of the board of directors.
LEFT IN TIE LURCH
Sultan of Morocco Abandoned
by the Kaiser.
QUESTION IRVIXG'S TITLE.
London Weeklies Criticize Burial in
LONDON. Oct. 2L Many of the weekly
publications, including the Spectator, the
Saturday Review and the Outlook, have
articles expressing regret that tho Dean
of Westminster should have sanctioned
the Interment in "Westminster Abbey of
the ashes of Sir Henry Irving, and deny
ing to Irving greatness as an actor in the
nense that Garrlck was great. They argue
that space in the Abbey has become so
limited that none but the nation's great
est should be interred there, and that it 1b
impossible to regard Irving In that cate
gory. Some of the articles openly assert that
there are other actors of Irvings period
as great, perhaps, greater, whom nobody
would think of proposing for Interment in
the Abbey, and that in time to come It
will be regretted that such a hasty de
cision was taken.
At the same time, however, all the arti
cles speak In most generous terms of
Irvlng's great talent and his personal
character, and repudiate any desire to de
tract from his acknowledged merit except
as touching this question of jdeep national,
importance Interment In Westminster
Official Corruption In China.
PEKIN, Oct Notwithstanding its
reform policy, China continues to ex
hibit evidence of official corruption. The
Imperial granaries, supplying thousands
of bannermen and government depend
ents at Pekln, have been burnt down Just
before the time for the Winter distribu
tion of rice Superintendent Kuel and L.ul
have appealed to the throne that they be
not punished because of their inability
to detect the peculations of subordinates.
Russian Schemes In Central Asia.
LONDON, Oct. 22. (Special) Reynolds'
newspaper says that Russia is intriguing
In the near East to undo the recent wjork
of Great Britain to' Insure peace in that
section of the world. A bridge has been
constructed across the Oxus River, near
Kharki. In Turkestan, and the garrison
at that point has been increased in Persia,
and Emperor Nicholas has been formulat
ing plans to Improve communication in
Northern and Central Asia.
POWERS WILL ' CONTROL
Preparing for Great Parade.
TOKIO. Oct 2L It is 'officially an
nounced that the'grand naval review will
take place on Monday, October 23. Great
enthusiasm over the event prevails in
Tokio and Yokohama. Seventy-five spe
cial trains will bo run between the two
cities on the day of the review.
Battle in Dutch Bast Indies.'
THE HAGUE, Oct 2L The Governor
of tne Dutch East Indies telrtgxaphs that
the troops have attacked tnc rebel in
ths Gowa ccuctry. Fifty oiatives were
killed and the Dutch troops lost seven
Ills Fate Rests With Conference.
Action Ajrninst Venezuela De
ferred French Female Stu
dents to Visit America.
PARIS. Oct 21. Information has
been received here that Count von Tat-
at Fez, and M. St Rene Talllandler, the
French Minister at the same capital,
are about to depart together from Fez.
This marks the practical termination
of the fc'ultan's control of Moroccan af
fairs and tho beginning of the powers
assumption of authority by m-ans of
the international conference. ""he
Franco-German accord stipulated that
both Ministers should withdraw, but
their actual departure closes the Sul
tan's opportunity for further commu
nication directly with the governments
through the Ministers.
The resulJ is not calculated to fulfill
Morocco's hopes, which were roused to
a hiRh ;tch by Kniperor William's
visit to Tangier and the assurances of
German protection. Reports from Fez
show that the Sultan has now recog
nized that the International confer
ence subjects Morocco practically to
tho same foreign control as the French
programme. Therefore he Is deeply dis
appointed to see the Ministers depart
and Morocco's future pass out of his
Gives Cnstro Long Rope.
The officials say that Premier Rou
vler's departure for Madrid tomorrow
with President Loubet for a "ten days'
visit to Spain Indicates that no change
in the Venezuelan situation is likely
to occur in th near future. All now
depends on President Castro's willing
ness to -withdraw hln offensive action
toward M. Talgny, the French Charge
d' Affaires at Caracas, and considerable
time will be given him before instruc
tions nrc sent to the squadron now
gathering at Fort de France, Island of
Martinique. When this offense Is re
dressed, the French Cable Company ex
pects no difficulty in adjusting the
compensation for the seized cable lines.
probably by arbitration.
The Lebaudy military dirigible bal
loon today .made .Its third successful
flight and maneuvered against tho
wind. Several army officers accom
panied the balloon, dropping blank
.cartridges upon forts from an altitude
of 4509 feet, thus demonstrating the
practicability of launching projectiles
from dirigible balloons In time of -war.
During the flight automobiles pursued
the balloon and fired shots in its di
rection, leading to the determination
that .automobiles carrying light guns
could. not seriously endanger aerial
Delcasse Emerges Again.
M. Delcasse. cx-Forelgn Minister, to
day, made bis first public appearance
since his resignation, presiding at the
Franco-Spanish Congress called to en
courage the construction of the pro
posed trans-Pyrenees Railway to link
France and Spain. The cx-MInlster re
ceived an enthusiastic welcome, but
made no illusion to the recent bitter
controversy over the reversal of 'his
pro-British and anti-German policy.
The congress adopted M. Delcasse's res
olution applauding the Pyrenees llneas
a practical means of strengthlng the
bonds .between the two countries.
War Minister Berteaux has Issued art
order in regard to the coming elections;
stating that the army uniform should be
worn only In the exercise of the military
profession, and not at political or elec
toral meetings. Disobedience to this reg
ulation subjects the offender to the penal
ty of surrendering his uniform, 'except for
strict military purposes.
A delegation representing the French
banks Is now at St Petersburg arranging
the terms of the new Russian loan. The
delegation comprises M. Noclselln. of the
Netherlands Bank; M. Bonzeon, of the
Credit Lyonnals. and Baron Hottlngeur. a
private banker. The negotiations Involve
much detail Incident to the new conditions
arising from the termination of the war.
The delegation has not yet reported the
amount and the time of Issuance of the
loan, but an unofficial report says the
Issue will take place early In November,
and that the total will be r5O.O0O.CO0, of
which France, will take $130,000,0001 Ger
many JSQ,09,GCO, and Great Britain and the
United States J20.COO.OOO each.
Female Students' World Trips.
The departure of Miles. Sapy and
Amleux inaugurates the Sorbonne plan of
awarding free trips around the world to
women making the best record In their
studies. Miles. Sapy and Amicus go first
to the United" States, where Columbia and
other universities affiliated with the Sor
bonne will receive them. Later they will
make tours of China. Japan and India,
returning to Paris In six months. These
world 'trips are a notable departure for
the conservative Sorbonne.
Parliament will be asked to offer a $200.
000 prize for a cure for consumption. The
project has the approval of the govern
ment and therefore Its adoption Is as
sured. This Is the outgrowth of the dis
cussions at the Tuberculosis Congress. It
is expected that the prize will stimulate
research in time for the result to be an
nounced at the next Tuberculosis Con
gress, which is to be held In Washington.
China Getting Pointers.
The Chinese Minister has received In
structions from the Emperor to Investi
gate and report on the local systems for
electrical lighting, locomotive and tele
phone communication, and accordingly
the Minister and his suite are making
tours of the various lighting, power and
telephone plants under the escort of the
director- of the School of Electricity.
Seeks AlcVfor Wasted Calabria.
PARIS, Oct 21. Special. 1The Coun
tess do Brazza, who was formerly Cora
llacomb, of New Orleans1, has come to
this city to arrange for collecting funds
to be used in buildings in the district of
Calabria, Italy, which was devastated
by he recent earthquakes. During the
last 14 years the Countess has devoted
herself to the Industrial Improvement of
the province of Frluli. Italy, in which the
De Brazza castle is located, and to bet
tering the condition of the people in -that
province. Owing to her efforts, the en
tire region In the neighborhood of the
castle has been regenerated.
Held Has Not English Secretary.
LONDON, Oct 21. The report to the
effect that Ambassador Whltelaw Reid
had appointed an Englishman as his pri
vate secretary Is unfounded. Delancey
Jay, who was appointed In America and
who accompanied the Ambassador to
London, has been regularly on duty
since. Mr. Reid has not appointed an
Englishman to any portion in connection
with the Embassy.
BANEFUL OIL SMELL
Hayashl 3fay Be Called Home.
LONDON, Oct. 21. In the event of a
change in the Cabinet at Tokio. Baron
Hayashl. Japanese, Minister to England,
is likely to be called home to take charge
of the Foreign Office.
Senator Dolliver Says False
Standards Are Taught.
OILY UNIVERSITY " VIEWS
Iowa Statesman Says "University of
Chicago Campus Smells Like
Kansas Oil Town Pica
for Higher Ethics.
SEDAN, Kan., Oct 21. (Special.)
Senator J. P. Dolliver, of Iowa, In a
public speech here made the statement
that the Influence of John D. Rockefel
ler Is so potent In the teachings of the
professors of the University of Chicago
that the campus smells like a Kansas
Senator Dolliver called attention to a
book on political economy, written by
Professor Myers. In 1902. then a teacher
In tho University of Wisconsin, In
which good, -wholesome doctrines of
political economy and sociology were
set forth along the same lines advo
cated by Professor Ely. of tho same
Institution. Later. Professor Myers went
to the University of Chicago to teach,
and In 190K wrote another .book, tho
exact opposite of the one he wrote
three years before. In the last book
he alleges that those who Hold the
views he expressed three years before
lacked good sense.
Referring to the oily views of the
university. Senator Dolliver made a
strong and eloquent plea that Ameri
can universities be put upon a higher
plane than one which .permits the In
fluence of money to shape, the teachings
of the faculty along the lines of so
ciology and political economy. He re
gards this as liable to become a dan
gerous situation and one which sets
up a false standard of business and
nasy. and to elect the German Emperor's
second son. Prince Eltel Frederick, as
The pamphlet, which was. published in
Berlin, caused a"groat wnsatlon. and
aroused considerable Indignation. It was
confiscated throughout the whole of the
dual realm. A letter was found on Zig
nny, who is under arrest, from which it
appears that Baron Banffy at least fa
vored the publication of the pamphlet, If
It was not inspired by him.
The Baron Issued an emphatic denial
that he hud anything to do with the issu
ing of the pamphlet.
Postofflcc Tunnel Excavated.
'CHICAGO. Oct 21. The great tunnel
under the new Chicago postoffice was com
pleted today, when the two crews of min
ers who for the past 40 days have been
working toward each other from opposite
ends of the bore finished the work of ex
cavation 40 feet below the street level.
The postoffice tunnel, which Is to be used
exclusively for the transmission of mall
matter and Is one of the most Importan
and 'noteworthy features of the Chicago
subway. Is 12 feet 6 inches wide by It fee
high, .and extends from Jackson boulevard
to Alams street, a distance qf 3Po feet
Inspect Coast Coaling Station.'.
WASHINGTON. Oct, 21. Rear-Admiral
H. N. Mnnney. chief of the Bu
reau o'f Equipment of the Navy Depart
ment, left Washington today for M.?
Pacific Coast, where he goes to Inspect
coaling stations on the Pugot Sounl
Naval station and at San Francisco un l
San Diego. Cat He was accompanied.
Iv Commander Nelson.
HUNGARIAN CHIEF CAUGHT
Accused of Publishing Treason In
Pamphlet Against Hapsburgs.
BUDAPEST. Hungary. Oct 21. Nemed
Denes, private secretary of. Baron Banffy,
the ex-Premier, was arrested today on
the charge of high treason.
The arrest of Denes arises from his pub
lication a month ago of the pamphlet en
titled, "The Hungarian Crisis and the
Hohenzollerns," In which the overthrow
of the Hapsburgs and the establishment
of the Hohenzollern dynasty In Hungary
was represented s the only way to the
prosperity of Hungary.
Baron Banffy- has been openly charged
with sanctioning the publication, but has
denied In most positive terms any connec
tion with it It Is said that the police
seized a letter in "Baron Banffy's hand
writing in the rooms of the author of the
It was announced from Budapest Sep
tember 12 that Baron Banffy, ex-Hungarian
Prime Minister, Royal Court
Marshal and King's Chamberlain, and re
cently one of tho leaders of the United
Opposition in. the Hungarian Parliament,
seemed to be seriously compromised as
the result of an Investigation made by
the police of Budapest Into the case of a
Budapest journalist, Julius Arpad Zlgany,
who had written a pamphlet asking the
Hungarians to depose -the Hapsburg dy-
What Sulphur Does
Por the Human Body in Health and
The mention of sulphur will recall to
many of us the early days when our
mothers and -grandmothers gave us our
dally dose of sulphur and' molasses every
Spring and Fall.
It was. the universal Spring and Fall
"blood purifier." tonic and cure-all. and
! mind you. this old-fashioned remedv was
I not without merit
The Idea was good, but the remedy was
crude and unpalatable, and a large
quantity had to be taken to get any
Nowadays we get all the beneficial ef
fects of sulphur In a palatable, concen
trated form, so that a single grain is far
more effective than a tablespoonful of
tho crude sulphur.
In recent years, research and experi
ment have proven that the best sulphur
for medicinal use is that obtained from
calcium (calcium sulphide) and sold in
drugstores under the name of Stuart's
Calcium Wafers.. They are small choco
late coated pellets and contain the actlvo
medicinal principle of sulphur In a highly
concentrated, effective form;
Few people are aware of the value of
this form of sulphur In restoring' and
maintaining bodily vigor and health: sul
phur acts directly on the liver, and excre
tory organs and purifies and enriches the
blood by the prompt elimination of waste
Our grandmothers knew this when they
dosed us with sulphur and molasses -every
Spring and Fall, but the crudity and Im
purity of ordinary flowers of sulphur were
often worse than the disease, and cannot
compare with the modern concentrated
preparations of sulphur, of which Stuart's
Calcium Wafers Is undoubtedly the best
and most widely used.
They are the natural antidote for liver
and kidney troubles, and cure constipa
tion and purify the blood In a way that
often surprises patient and physician
Dr. R. M. Wllklns. while experimenting
with sulphur remedies, soon found that
the sulphur from Calcium was superior to
any other form. He says; "For liver,
kidney and blood troubles, especially when
resulting from constipation or malaria,
I have been surprised at the results ob
tained from Stuart's Calcium Wafers. In
patients suffering from bolls and pimples
and even deep-seated carbuncles. I have
repeatedly seen them dry up and dlsap- I
pear In four or five days, leaving the skin
clear and smooth. Although Stuart's Cal
cium Wafers Is a proprietary article, and
sold by druggists, and for that reason ta
booed by many physicians, yet I know
of nothing so safe and reliable for consti
pation, liver and kidney troubles, and
especially In all forms of skin disease, as
At any rate, people who are tired of
pills, cathartics and so-called blood "puri
fiers" will find In Stuart's Calcium Wafers
a far safer, more palatable and effective
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combined the antiseptic, alkaline
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dont Liquid and the smoothness
of Sozodont Powder. Will not
harden in the rube or decom
pose. Is positively free from,
acid and grit Will not tarnish
or scratch the enamel or gold
work of the teeth. Sold in col
lapsible tubes at all stores.
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