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THE SUNDAY OREGOXIAX, PORTLAND, SEPTEMBER 22, 1918.
0 i STARTED
ARE HOT AFFECTED
Rulings on New Constructions
Further Explained by Per
PERMISSION MUST BE HAD
recommendation!, to D. R. McLennan, chief
of the non-war construction section of the
Priorities Division of the War Industrie
Board, Washington. D. C.
PORTLAND BAND POPULAR
Musicians of 318th Engineers Are
la Demand "Over There."
The patriotic committee of the Port
land Grade Teachers' Association Is
receiving Interesting: letters Irom
France concerning the activities of
the band of the 318th Engineers. It
will be remembered that the check for
the band was formally presented to the
318th on the historic parade grounds at
Fort Vancouver on the day previous to
their departure at a regimental review
in honor of the teachers.
Lieutenant-Colonel Stuart C. Godfrey
"The band has grown and prospered.
thanks to your assistance. As it is
Projects for Useful Structures to Re-1 the only band in a camp of many thou
sands of men, they are very popular at
PROGRESS OF LOAN
AH Eyes Now Are Turned To
ward America, Says
French Captain. .
cclTe Careful Consideration, hut
Those, for Luxury or Amuse-
menV Will Be Discouraged.
' J. A. Currey, building permit com
missioner of the State Council of De
fense. is sending to the various county
chairmen instructions regarding the
new rulings of the priorities division
of the War Industries Board covering
new building construction
Persons desiring to erect new build
ings not under direct contract with
the War Department. Navy Department,
Kmergency Fleet Corporation or the I
concerts, Y. II. C A. meetings, parades
and on other occasions. On July 14
'Bastile day,' in accordance with a re
quest by General Pershing, the band
played at several villages, besides
giving a concert In the evening to the
French people. . . . The band also
assisted at a presentation of the 'Croix
de Guerre.' The members of the Port
land Grade Teachers' Association and
the Triole Singers are to be congratu
lated at this constructive patriotic
service to our boys over there."
.The patriotic committee is now try
ing to secure musical instruments for
a band being organized In Clatsop
County. Anyone who can assist may
call East 2404.
Lnited States Railroad Administration HEWITT JURY DISCHARGED
must me an application wun ine
Judge Gatens Relieves 12 of Case
After Xon-Arrival at Verdict,
Circuit Judge Gatcna yesterday dls
charged the Jury In the $50,000 aliena
tion suit of S. S. Hewitt, advertising
man, against C. A. Foster, retired cap!
talist, after the Jurors reported to the
court that they could not possibly ar
rive at a verdict. The Jurors stood
seven to five for the plaintiff, it was
Hewitt brought suit against Foster
for the alleged alienation of the affec
tions of Mrs. Pearl Hewitt, divorced
wife of the plaintiff. Hewitt and
Foster had been close personal friends
for years and it was while they were
still warm friends that Foster Is al
leged to have taken advantage of the
plaintiff by winning the affections of
county chairman of the State Council
of Defense, which be will either ap
prove or disapprove and send to the
state council which will review it and
forward it to Washington for final ap
"The Instructions to the county chair
men issued by Mr. Currey say in part:
The State Council of Defense has the as
arance of the War Industries Board that
very building project that will aid In win
nine the war or is of necessary Interest to
the community will receive careful consid
eration. Everything; that partakes of a lux
ury, amusement, personal convenience or Is
desurned to contribute to the pleasure of an
Individual will be discouraged. All building
fnust in some way contribute toward wm
Jiins the war. It must be essential to re-
reive consideration either from the State
Council of Defense or the National Council.
The priorities division feel confident that
it ha absolute control of the situation, for
any dearer in buildinjr material who will
supply materials on any work not carrylns
Governmental approval will find that he can-
riot ret a replacement In his stock of the
materials he has dissipated by furnishing
them to a non-war construction project.
Application Most Be Filed.
Before- anyone can set Governmental ap
proval and show the certificate entitling
him to get building materials, he must file
with hie) county chairman of the State Coun
cil of Defense an application In writing.
This application can be In the form of
letter, but must be acknowledged before a
The application, whether In the form of
m letter or as a sworn statement or facts.
must give the location of the building, the
name of the owner, the kind of a building.
wnetner wood, brick or concrete. Ita prob
able cost and for what It Is to be used
The person making the application must
give his name and address and his
relationship to the building whether
Ie is the owner architect. con
tractor or lessee. The application should
state briefly and concisely the necessity for
Tne nulldlng and a statement from the ap.
Tllcant whr he desires to build at this time.
.All applications must be In duplicate and
worn to. These two points are Important
and no county chairman shall consider any
application until all the conditions above
Boted have been complied with.
Bnlldlnjce Begu Not Affected.
To relieve confusion among archi
tects, builders and material dealers re
garding the new rulings and their ef-
ZcJBr LEADER COMING
ment Just received from Judge Kdwin
B. Parker, of Washington, who is the Student Training Corps Work to Be
nead or tne priorities division. The
OFFICER'S TRAINING WON
Corporal George II. Allen Ordered
to Camp Gordon, Ga.
A message was received 'yesterday
by Harry G. Allen, secretary of the
Oregon State KIks Association, that his
brother. Corporal George H. Allen, now
stationed at Camp Meade, Maryland,
had been appointed to attend the
officers' training camp at Camp Gor
dan, Atlanta, Ga.
Corporal Allen is well known In Port
land, having attended the grade schools
of this city. Later he attended Mount
Angel College and completed his studies
at Columbia University.
Although married. Corporal Allen
claimed no exemption and was called
In the contingent of selective service
men who left Portland last May for
the Presidio of California.
ALLIED NATIONS HOPEFUL
Officers Who Have Seen Much Serv
ice Here to Help In Liberty
Campaign; Liberal Response
to Call Is Urged.
Circular No. St, Issued by the Priorities
Division of the War Industries Board under
date of September 3. 1018. dealing with non
war construction, applies only to projected
buildings and not to these already begun.
vv here a substantial portion of a building
has already been constructed, manufacturers
and distributors or and dealers In building
materials may continue to furnish such ma
terials for the completion of such building
pending further action by the War Industries
The local representatives of the Conncll of
jsatlonal uerense are requested to make sur
veys of all building activities in their re
spective territories ana report same as
promptly as possible to their state chairmen.
together wltn their recommendations ron.
rernlng the necessity for the continuance of
ucn construction or deferring the same un-
. til alter tne war. The state chairman will.
in turn, forward such reports, with thelrl
Portland boys planning to enter the
Student Armv Training? Corns at the
University of Oregon will have an'oD-f
portnnlty to secure desired Informa
tion through Colonel John Leader, who
expects to be at the Portland Hotel
from Tuesday until Friday. His office
hours will be from 10 A. M. to 4 P. M.
and he particularly desires to see men
who attended the last two camps at
Mrs. George T. Gorlinger; a member
of the board of regents, will meet pros
pective women students at her home,
77 Flanders street, from 9 A. M. to 3
P. M. each day.
"Europe is watching the progress 'of
the fourth liberty loan, and its success
will be hailed with as much approval
by the allies as disapproval by the
Huns," said Captain E. M. Hirsch. a
French artillery officer, who is In Port
land In the Interest of the campaign.
Captain Hirscn is accompanied by
Sergeant Briere, who spoke yesterday
at Dallas on the necessity for liberal
response to the call for funds. Both
are stationed at Camp Lewis as artil
lery instructors for American troops,
and arrived in Portland Friday night to
spend several days pushing the cam
paign In Oregon.
Shipyard Activity Marvel.
It's too bad," said Captain Hirsch
yesterday, "that we cannot let our
people at home know to what lengths
you Americans are going to win this
war. The activity. In your shipyards is
most extraordinary and if we could let
the French know how rapidly ships are
being launched here it would be rev
elation to them."
Captain Hirsch spoke at noon yester
day to employes in the Grant Smith
Porter yards, telling of his experiences
in the war. tne great neea or every
loyal citizen's support through the pur
chase of liberty bonds, and of the ef
fort of Americans to enable the Doys
over there" to accomplish results.
Captain Haa Seen Service.
The Captain saw three years' service
prior to his assignment here as an In
structor. He was in the division of
Morocco, and was wounded In battle.
He was in two battles at the Somme,
and on one occasion while commanding
field battery had five of his o guns
wrecked by enemy fire. ,
American troops were just Deginmng
to arrive in large numbers in France
when Captain Hirsch came to America,
but even then their presence was glv
iner new hope and spirit to the war-
weary French. Captain Hirsch haa con
fidence in the forces or wis country,
and says the people of France and
England are more enthusiastic than
Bond Purchase Privilege. v
"But you people must buy liberty
bonds," said the Captain, referring to
the duty of those at home. "Tour coun
try needs money with which to carry
n its big programme, ine urencn ana
English gave liberally and are giving
still. Americans are much better pre-
nared to aid their country, ana tne
amount asked for in this loan should be
largely over-subscribed. It is an op
portunity for every loyal American to
show what interest he ha3 in thq out
come of the struggle."
GRATITUDE IS EXPRESSED
Merrill Family Gets Many Loving
Messages of Sympathy.
TRADE WITH SHANAHAN'S
SAVE TIME AND MONEY
This is the people's store. The expensive cost of merchandising has been solved and eliminated, our customers getting
the benefit in extremely low prices impossible for other stores to meet who maintain credit, transfer and other high
cost departments which the customers must pay for. Shanahan's has cut the cost of selling goods to the quick. With
ample cash to discount bills, no bad debts and the overhead expenses as small as is possible consistent with good service,
Shanahan's is able to offer you" price inducements unequaled in Portland.
, III! I "
Matchless Values in Women's, Misses' and
Children's Ready-to-Wear Apparel
If you want the utmost style, value nod service, investigate these phenomenal offers. Despite the Increase In every
thing that enters Into manufacture of Women's Apparel, onr tremendous buying; power enables ua to snpply our
customers' needs with stylish -apparel of unquestioned quality and workmanship at MONEY-SAVING PRICES.
Values Extraordinary in Juniors' and Women's High-Grade Fall Goats
Plain and Fur-Trimmed Styles Are Being Shown at
$14.50, $19.50, $22.50, $27.50
Velonri Broadcloth, Salts, Plashes, Zlbellnes, Corduroy In fashionable Fall colors Russian green, tobacco brown,
plum; taupe, navy blue and black are featured in Motor, Street, Utility and Dress Costa. Many handsome new models
designed with large' cape, convertible and muffler collars, empire effects and belted styles to choose from. Women
who anticipate replenishing their wardrobe will surely find something here to their advantage, for these beautiful
Coats are rarely offered at such a low figure.
Other Exclusive Goats $32 to $60
SENSATIONAL SALE OF NEW
To Be Beautiful"
Cet Rid of All Pimples, Blackheads
and Skin Eruptions Purify
I the Blood With Stuart's
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TRIAL PACKAGE MAILED FREE.
WORKER AWARDED $11,000
Trackless Car Conipanj Loses In Big
Da ma go Suit.
John W. Richardson, former section
hand for the Spokane, Portland & Seat
tie Railroad, won an 111,000 judgment
from the Portland Trackless Car Cora
pany. in a verdict reported yesterday
morning to Circuit Judge Gantenbein.
Richardson brought Buit for inju
ries received when he was thrown
from a Linnton bus of the defendant
company on January 20, last. His skull
Elizabeth Robinson Sues.
Elizabeth Robinson is plaintiff in a
I 120.000 personal injury suit filed yes
terday in the Circuit Court against the
Portland Railway. Light & Power Com
pany for damages alleged to have been
sustained on October 21, 1916, when,
she alleges, she fell while alighting
from a Morrison-street streetcar
fracturing her left hip and sustaining
a permanent shock to her nervous system.
Grand Jury Returns Indictments.
Two open indictments and -several
secret ones were returned yesterday
by the Multnomah 'County grand jury.
Lulu Costello is accused of stealing
$675 from the home of John Knowlton
in one true bill reported to Presiding
Judge Tucker. Warren L. Sibley is
charged with non-support in the other
open indictment. He is alleged to have
neglected his wife and four daughters.
His wife is the complaining witness.
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by their son, L. B.- Hill, formerly of
Billings, Mont. Their elder son, A. J.
Hill, is general- superintendent of a
Government spruce camp at Newport,
and will spend week-ends with hia
parents at their new home.
PORTLAND. OR., Sept. 21. (To the
Editor.) It was the intention of my
family and myself to answer individu
ally each and every Deautuui letter
anl telesrram of condolence received
from our many scores of friends and
relatives and strangers throughout the
Northwest and the whole unnea
States, when they learned of the sad
news of the death of our dear, brave
hnv and brother. Sergeant rea -j.. xtier
rill. Jr., who was killed July 18, while
Hirhtina- for his country at the battle
front in France. Letters of kindly and
loving sympathy are arriving in such
numbers that we fear that we cannot
reach them all and our aching hearts
nrevent us from finding words that
would do Justice to so many beautiful
expressions of condolence ana praise
our grief is relieved somewhat when
we stop to realize that ail gooo ano pa
trintlc. citizens are sharing, the sor
rows of every mother, father, brother,
sister and sweetheart whose loved ones
are being stricken down in this mon
etrmiH and cruel war.
It is hard for us to realize that our
dear boy has been taken from us and
that he is not Just "over mere," ana
will come mahching home to us, when
a lust victory is ours.
Our Fred paid the penalty tor pe
ine- a bisr healthy courageous boy and
crack shot, wnicn iook nim to tne
very front of the battle-line, but, we
would rather have him there than a
slacker" at home trying to avoid the
draft. As time moves along 'we will
console ourselves with the memory
that he went at his own request and
free will and that there are many,
many deaths that are not so
noble and honorable as to
die for a country like ours. He
was born February 2, 1899, at the
northwest corner of Sixth and Wash
ington streets, this city; waa a corporal
at the Mexican border at 17 and a
sergeant in France at 19.
We have every reason to believe that
he was on the firing-line from July 1
to July 18, as we received no letters
after those dates from him after June
17 and mailed July 2. If others received
letters after those dates from him we
beg to hear from them.
We offer loving thanks and gratitude
to all our friends and sympathizers.
MR. AND MRS FRED T. MERRILL.
ESTHER MERRILL HUGHES,
AT TREMENDOUS SAVINGS.
4 Big Specials
That Thrifty Women Will Eagerly
Respond To. '
Extraordinary Sale of
Wool Mixed Plaid Suitings
Special at 65d Yard
36-inch. These beautiful Plaid
Suitings are shown in broken
plaids and checks in delightful
. combinations of colors. Mothers,
this is your opportunity. Supply
your present and future needs'
here at this exceptionally low price.
$2.50 Wool Suitings
Special at $1.95 Yard
68-inch. An extra fine, heavy qual
ity of these much-sougnt-for Dress
Materials. A splendid weight for
either that Fall suit, skirt or coat.
We are showing them in the new
fashionable Fall colors, and, to
make it worth while to you to get
the habit of visiting Shanahan's,
make a sensationally low price of
only 1.95 yard.
A WOSDERFIL SALE OF
Wool Dress Goods
Special at 95d Yard
36-inch to 42-inch wide. Here you
will find such well-known materi
als as GRANITE CLOTHS, STORM
SERGES. MOHAIRS, NOVELTIES
and PLAID SUITING in a wonder
ful range of desirable colors. These
are of good weight and fine qual
ity and unequaled for their dura
bility, both for service and color.
Special at 29d Yard
A particularly desirable lot in dark
Fancy Plaids. Only a few colors
and only twelve pieces in the lot.
If you are looking for something
Inexpensive for the children, here
it is. Exceptionally good value at
60c To clean up the lot at our
sale price at only 29c yard. .
EXTRAORDINARY BARGAIN OFFERINGS IN
Sheets, Pillow Cases and Towels
AT MONEY-SAVING PRICES
72x90-inch Bleached Sheets, special, each ....1,25
72x90-inch Bleached "Fruit of Loom" Sheets, each. .$1.98
72x90-inch Unbleached Sheets, special, each $1.65
72x90-inch Unbleached Pepperell Sheets, sp'I, each. .1.75
81x90-inch Bleached Linen Finish Sheets, sp'I, ea. . .$1.75
81x90-inch Bleached "Torn" Sheets, special, each. . .1.85
81x90-inch Bleached Extra Heavy Sheets, sp'I, each. 2.10
81x90-inch Bleached Hemstitched Sheets, sp'I, ea. . .2.25
42x36-inch Pillow Cases, special, each 29&
42x3 6-inch Pillow Cases, special, each. 35
45x36-inch Pillow Cases, special, each 40d
42x36-inch Hemstitched Old Stock, special, each GOd
45x36-inch"Hemstitched Old Stock, special, each 60
SALE LINEN FINISH HUCK TOWELS
Sensationally Underpriced, Each 255 Dozen 2.75
Size 17x33-inch. Bleached, heavy quality, splendid wearing. Hotels,
rooming-houses and housekeepers should supply their needs here for
months to come at this exceptionally low price.
36-Inch BLEACHED MUSLIN
Specially Underpriced, Yard 25d
Here is your golden opportunity to supply your dainty under-muslin
needs at a tremendous saving. Extra fine quality, free from starch or
dressing. Limit 10 yards to a customer.
40c Marquisette Scrims in a Wonderful Disposal, Yard 25d
36-INCH Marquisette Scrims in white, cream and ecru, with hemmed
borders. If saving money is of any consequence, the thrifty women of
Portland wjjl pack our Domestic Department tomorrow and during this
sale purchase liberally of the excellent quality Marquisettes.
Cotton Comfort Batts, Special 1.25, 1.50, 1.75
Size 72x84-inch White Sanitary Cotton Batts, complete in one roll, full
three pounds in weight. Ladies who desire to make their own comfort
ers will do well to attend this sale.
Wash Goods Department
OFFERS VALVES THAT ARE IS.
QUALITIES AND PKK'ES THAT
CAJV'TBE 1,(11 AI.KU ELSE.
40c Qress Foulards
AmaslnKly Vndrrprlced. Yard,
At 25d Yard
In these days of tumult and high
war nrices this is a most sensation
al offer. Shown in a. large variety
of beautiful designs and colorings.
Suitable for ladles' dresses, waists,
party frocks and the many other
uses women know for this excel
50c Silk Stripe Poplins
Special at 39 Yard
Rare chance to secure desired dress
materials Just when you need and
want them at an extraordinarily
low price. These are of good
weight and excellent quality.
Shown in a wonderful variety of
fashionable Fall colorings and way
below real valire.
TWO GREAT SPECIALS OF
At 22d and 25d Yard
Here is your golden opportunity to
purchase excellent quality Outing
Flannels at an exceptionally low
price. Wo show them in plain
white and a full range of pretty
colors. Owing to the great advance
in raw cotton, it will pay you to
lay in a supply now at this sensa
tionally low price.
35c Fine Dress Percales
At 25 d Yard
Every woman will certainly at
tend this sale, as the time is draw
ing near when these goods will be
in great demand and the price will
be much higher. They arc shown
In a good range of designs and
colors. This is a bargain that you
cannot afford to overlook.
Free Trial Coupon
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Stuart's Calcium Wafers.
Sergeants to Be. Honored.
The Oregon Field Artillery auxiliary.
battalions A and B, will give a recep
tion Tuesday evening at room 520
Courthouse, honoring Sergeants Gor
don, Adler and Murphy, of the 147th
Field Artillery. Invitations have been
extended to mothers, wives and friends
of the men of the Oregon Field Artillery.
Lumberman Back From Inspection.
E. C. Erickson, lumberman, has re
turned to Portland after a six weeks'
trip through the Santiam, Siskiyou. Si
uslaw and Crater National forests to
inspect timber sales of the district for
est service. -
MOTHERS TO GET MESSAGE
Sliss E. IV. Plumley Will Carry Out
Whirlwind Purity Campaign.
Miss Emily Louise Plumley, repre
senting the social hygiene division of
the War Department, will make a
whirlwind campaign this week in the
Parent Teacher Associations.
Miss Plumley met with the presidents
of the 52 organizations last week and
after presenting her very vital subject
concerning the patriotism and purity of
the young girls of America in these
abnormal times, each organization de
cided to arrange a special meeting in
order that the mothers of their neigh
borhood might hear her message, whioh
will be announced at the rate of one
every half-hour throughout the day
until the city is completely covered.
Children's Fine White
Cotton Fleeced Union
Suits, high neck, long
sleeves, ankle length,
drop scat, all eizes 2
to 16 years, at 754.
9 A.M. to
9 A.M. to
NEW LOCATION, Dekum Bldgr., Third and Washington Sts.
THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY THE BIG CASH STORE"
ENTRANCES 266 WASHINGTON ST. AND 125 THIRD ST.
I-adies' Fine Ribbed
White Cotton Union
Suits, fleeced lined,
high neck, long sleeves,
Dutch neck, elbow
sleeves, low neck, no
sleeves, ankle length,
sizes .14 to 3S, special
SI; 40 to 44, special
Council to. Cut Out All
IMPROVEMENTS TO WAIT
Policy as Announced Is to Author
lzo Only Work "Which Is Essen
tial Budget Now Being Pre
pared by All Departments.
Captain Hirsch to Speak Today.
Captain E. M. Hirsch, member of the
French commission to the United States
and instructor at Camp Lewis, will
speak at Trinity Church at the patriotic
service at 11 o'clock this morning.
Reduction of all expenses of opera
tion of city government and retrench
ments in every department is the fixed
policy of Mayor Baker and members
of the City Council for tne next nscai
year. The annual budget for tne opera'
tion of the city government is now be-
ine oreDared and must be filed with
City Auditor Funk before uctooer i.
Although protection or war lnausines
reauires heavier expenditures by the
city than during peace times, it is high
ly probable that the expenses of the
city will be lower next year than usual.
No estimates are yet avanaDie, dui
it is believed that in many cltyae
nartments. large savings have been ef
fected through the policy of curtailing
work which can be handled alter tne
war has been won.
Improvements Are Curtailed.
The largest reduction in expenditures
probably will be effected In the Depart
ment of Public Works. All improve
ment work not essential to war indus
tries has been curtailed by City com
missioner Barbur. This policy was
adopted even before the Government or
dered ail unnecessary improvements
halted until after the war.
During the coming fiscal year, which
begins December 1, little if any im
provement work will be in progress.
The department will carry out only
maintainence work, which will not re
quire great numbers of men.
The operation of the fire department,
should the two-platoon measure be ap
proved, will cost somewhat more dur
ing the next year than heretofore, but
officials of this department maintain
that this system is vital to the war in
dustries located in Portland.
Abnormal conditions, caused by the
war, require the full recruiting of the
police department and it is not probable
that any saving can be made in this de
partment, although constant readjust
ments are being made in order to utilize
best the man power of the bureau.
Another department that probably
will require additional funds, over its
estimate for the last year is the Health
Bureau. The increase in this bureau j
will be largely due to the City Council's
decision to take over the work of car
ing for the victims of tuberculosis.
In the other departments of the city
the forces have been cut to a minimum
and in every bureau, where such policy
can be followed, further cuts are likely.
The general fund of the city Is vir
tually depleted, but will be reimbursed
by the payment of 'taxes by Sheriff
Hurlburt on October 5. Arrangements
have been effected by City Treasurer
Adams for the loan of sufficient money
to pay salary warrants and bills which
will fall due on October l
tion of the next two weeks completing
the estimates for the expenses in their
respective departments. Later budget
hearings will be held, when the council
will survey the estimates and very like
ly bring the "pruning knife" into play
in order that the retrenchment policy
already adopted may be carried out sue
Red Cross Unit to 3Icet Wednesday.
Women of the Unitarian Church Red
Cross unit will meet for sewing in the
City Commissioners and heads of all i church parlors Wednesday afternoon at
departments will spena tne major pur- 1 1 o ciqck.
Lift Off Corns
With the Fingers
Doesn't hurt a bit I Just a drop
of Freezone on a sore, touchy corn
stops that corn from hurting, then
shortly you lift that bothersome
corn right out, root and all. No
pain, no soreness. You'll laugh.
Hard corns, soft corns, orns between
the toes and painful calluses on bottom of
feet loosen right up and fall off. Truly
magic! Corns and calluses are needless.
Don't keep them!
Freezone is the remarhabU ether discovery ef
a Cincinnati genius. Try it! N humbug!
Tiny Bottles of Freerono cost only few cent
. at Drag Store
Mabel Montgomery Recovers
After Long Suffering
by Taking Tanlac.
"No one could see the wonderful chancn
that has taken place in our little daugh
ter aunng tne past few weeks and
doubt Tanlac being a grand mcdiclno."
said Mrs. H. W. Montgomery, residing
at 2701 Bristol street, Omaha, Neb., recently.
Mabel Is now thirteen years of aee."
continued Mrs. Montgomery, "and had
suffered terribly for five years. One of
her troubles was inflammatory rheu
matism. Her feet and hands would
swell very badly and at times she
couldn't walk. She had no appetite,
suffered with frightful headaches and
in place of growing she seemed to be
losing ground. She was often in bed
for several weeks at a time, and we
had to keep her out of school all the
past year. She was a very sick child
and, although we spent lots of money
for medicines, nothing seemed to reach
her trouble and we had begun to think
she would never get well.
"Ono of our relatives urged us to
give her Tanlac, and now you wouldn't
take her for the same child. She has
actually gained thirty-four pounds and
looks the picture of health) and to all
appearances is perfectly well. She
never complains of an ache or a pain
nor a disagreeable symptom of any
kind. She is brimful of life and ambi
tion now, and enjoys life and play
like other children. Soon after she be
gan on Tanlac her appetite came back
and she increased in weight so fast
that we were astonished, and the swell
ing, pain and headaches gradually dis
appeared. She is now able to enter
school again, and we are more than
grateful for what Tanlac has done" for
her. I have also taken Tanlac for loss
of appetite, poor digestion and nervous
ness, and it has done me a world of
good. I feel fine all the time and am
glad to say all I can for Tanlac."
Tanlac is sold in Portland by the Owl
Drug Co. Adv..
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