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FEDERAL "BLUE SKY"
OLD FIREPLACE IS DOOMED
ALCAZAR MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY IS NEW
ORGANIZATION WHICH OPENS SEASON JUNE 2
EXGLAXD TO BUILD 300,000
HOUSES FOR WOBKMEX.
Mabel Wilber, of "Merry Widow" Memory, and Oscar Figman, Comedian, Head List of Stars Opening Produc
tion Fritzi SchefFs Famous Piece, "MUe Modiste" Popular Prices to Be in Vogue Throughout 12 Weeks.
American Steam Heating System to
DOUBLE CABLE BASE
Publicity Required in Selling of
Bo Substituted Defects Will
THE SUNDAY OKEGONIAX, PORTLAND, MARCH CO, 1919.
t.l-i..i- lT, .. .I. - -'"-ffir
i'NFORMATION IS DEMANDED
llujrr of Stock Get PriWIcge of
Obtaining Damages if
rcscmation Is Proved.
OKEGO.VI.VX ftfREAL", Wsn
lotion. Th fight that have been
Coin? on in many of the states wher
ie jciUtures arc meeting this year to
prevent the passage of so-called "blue
ky laws' will all be fur naught if the
bill introduced by Representative Ed
ward T. Taylor of Colorado becomes
law. Thie bill, which is understood to
have the backing of the administra
tion, is to be known as the "federal
etock publicity act." and is sure to
draw the fire of those who hiv been
fighting "blue ky" laws in the stales.
because- it will make it exceedingly dit
livuit to engage in any e tack-sell. n
enterprise that is not gilt-e!s?.
To escape this proposed act any sort
of stoek-stlhng scheme will have to be
limited to a very narrow local com
munity and avoid the uio of any news
paper or othei publication with inter
state circulation or of the United Mate?
mails or any other instruments of
transportation or communication con
trolled by the L nited Mates govern-
1 he bill sets forth that every cor
poration organized for the purpose o
with the power of engaging; in inter
Mate commerce, which proposes or in
tends to olfer shares of its slock to
t he public for purchase, bubsenption
or acquisition by the public in any
manner, and every person, firm, asso
ciation or corporation which proposes
or intends to offer shares oZ stock in
corporation to the public lor purchase,
subscription or acquisition ,y th pub
lie in any manner, through the UFts or
medium of the United States mail4!, or
cf any means or instruments of trans
portation or communication owned or
controlled by the Unit".l States r auy
of its KgencieK, or thruugn the use or
medium of any book, magazine, news
paper, publication, circular, advertise
ment, or printed or written communica
tion carried or transmitted hy tne
mails or other instrument .f trans
portation of the federal government.
hall be required to file i-tatement;
with the secretary of the treasury,
Many Kaets Required.
Any corporation organized under the
laws of one of the states for the pur
poe of engaging in public rervteo in
such state, if the i.ssue or sale of its
bhares are subject to the approval of
commission or other public avihonty
01 nc Mate, is excepted irora tn p.-o-
."0- be submitted to the
secretary of the treasury must be
signed by the chief executive of the
corporation or association which pro- I
poes to sell the stork, alpo by the
treasurer or other financial offoccr
and by a majority of the board of di
rectors or a majority of the persons
having char sr e of the management of
the corporation or association. ThL
statement must contain the folio win
The names and addresses of the board
f directors lor other board of mm
cement), president, treasurer, s
trv. and auditor of ruch cur porat ion.
and the numher of shari in fcjfh enr
poration o ned by ea.:h; the name vt
the state or othr sovereign povor un
der the laws of wliicr. t tin corporation
was orc-tiiUeii. and a referncj to such
laws: the purpose for 'Iii-h th
poration wa- orcanizvd and the
eral nature of the bu.'-iiK:-. in which
the corporation in ensrnced or propory
to enlace; th. varltattiaticn of the
corporation, including tne authorized
amount of Its caitt.il stock, the num
ber and rltwrn of yhrrs mo which
such capttal rtock divided, ft dejn rip
tion of t i respect i? rights.
prefereme?. riK ht s ri ivid. nd . prof
it?, or capital of ach clavs wiii r
pct t each ot hr r hit-, the amount
of rapiH Mock of each claj; issued or
included in th shares of sto k ot be
offered. th amount of the f;indd drht.
wit h a brief d"iriptiori of rhe date
maturity and rha racier of such debt.
and the security, if any, therefor.
Thifc statement also must set forth
tne manner trt w hi.-h the capital of the
corporation has be-n paid in. whether
ft nea.'h or property, or by any other
consideration: tho amonnt paid in cash
prtprty. or by any other consideration
stated ?epnat!y, with a description of
the character and value of the prop
erty and other consideration received
by th corporation for such payments;
the amount m of money or other connid-
eraiioti paid or delivered or afrrced to
be paid or delivered will. in a year pre
ceding the date of the statement, by or
for account of the corporation to any
person for the mirpo&e of selling. d'$
posing of. dealing m or marketing it
its shares or securities of any kind, and
the names of such persons.
Ittgbt rkantagea Glvea.
Tka tirli fnr m hii'h lh harn r
to be sold and the commissions to be
paid muft be stated and the names of
all the ncrnt? engaireH the sal of
There's Only One Genuine Corn-
reolor That's "Gcts-lt,"
There's only one happy way to get
rid of any corn or callous, and that's
the painle s-peel-of f way. "Gete-lt is
tne only corn ren.euy in the world that
B drop of "Geta-It' Cora la doomed-
does it that way effectively, thor
uihly. "Why get down on the floor.
tie yourself up into a knot, and have to
fool with ackiice plasters, areasv
mntments that rub off. siicky tape and
digging knives and scissors, when you
ran pevl oif )our corn or callous in one
complete piece, peacefully and surely.
with masu'. simple, easy "uets-lt.
It takes i or 5 seconds to apply "Gets
Jt: you use 3 or 3 drops, and that's all.
"Geta-If does the rest: Get rid of that
corn-pain at once, so that you can
work and play without corn torture.
Be nir to use "Gen -It. It never falls.
"Gets-li." the guaranteed, money-
back corn-remover, the only sure w-ay.
costs but a tririe at any drug store.
M'f'd by K. Lawrence Jfc Co., Chi-
old1 In Portland by Owl Pmg C.
XI stores on the Facifie Coast. Adv.
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i Ti .
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Announcement was made yesterday
that the Alcazar theater will house a
big: musical comedy company this sum
mer, to be known as the Alcazar Musi
cal Ccftnedy company and headed by
Mabel "VVilber of "Merry W'idow" mem
ory, and Oscar Fifrman. one of the
best-known comedians in musical com
edy. The season is to open on June 2. and
is to cover a period of IS -weeks. C. V.
Everett is manager of the new com
pany, which will be composed of stars
whose names are bright lights In the
musical comedy world. Every member
of the new organization possesses a
hish reputation and the productions In
which they will be seen include the
New York season's latest successes as
well as a few beloved and popular
pieces of an earlier day.
In making the announcement Mr. Ev
Tap Price to Be 1.
'Our aim and ambition is to give
Portland the big $2 attractions at popu
lar prices, and we intend to do iu Our
top price will be Jl. and no effort la
going to be spared In the way of scenic
I equipment and costumes to enhance the
art of OUP company. We will present
TT mUS'Cal Cme-
d,ea and Ifht Pra many of which
have never been seen ia Portland, or on
tntf i acme coast for that matter.
We plan to maintain our comoanv
according to the highest atandards. We
reel that the enthusiasm with which
our announcement has been received
pats a final emphasis on the evident
fact that our organization will be a fixed
md commendable feature of f uttir
stock must be given, together with the
relation, if any, which each bears to
the corporations, and the character of
tho con.sMlemtion and plan of payment.
if other than in cash, must be stated.
The names of public accountants who
have examined tho books or audited the
accounts of tho corporation must be
given and the extent to which these
accountants are pcrmitied to give
formation mu.t be statr-d.
This statement, besides, being filed
ith the secretary of the treasury,
must be filed with the postmaster
the capital city in each state in which
an offer of stock is to be mado and at
such other plares as the secretary o
the treasury may prescribe.. Copit-s o
all advertisements and prospectuses re-
l.itin:; to the shares to be sold must
be fticd at the ramc places to bo open
to public inspection and must offer to
send to any person a copy of the state
ment by mail, pobtage prepaid.
If th statement is false in any re
spect the purchaser ran demand the
reitim of his money on the surrender
of his Fharer. and may also have the
right to obtnin damages for any losses
suffered. No provision can be placed
in sny contract with a buyer of the
stock by which such purchaser waives
any of the conditions of this act.
The provisions of the act shall not
apply to sales at public auction, or on
stock exchanges approved by the secre
tary of the treasury, nor to offers of
shares owned by bankers, brokers and
dealers to their customers In accord
ance with licenses granted by the sec
retary of the treasury.
The bill provides a penalty of 15000
or one year imprisonment, or both, for
any violation of the act for every
officer or other person signing the
statement if any part of it proves
false. - .
HERO RECOVERS HIS MIND
Soldier Suffers Mental Lapse Fol-
loM-ins Battle Wounds.
PHILADELPHIA. He closed his eyes
on a field of battle. When his slumber
ses awoke it was three years
He found himself in midocean
suspended in a wire cage over the top
deck of a vessel.
Young"' he remembers someone
shouting. It was a wounded soldier on
the deck one of a thousand other
wounded which the hospital ship Arry
goway had taken on in Liverpool and
was bearing to Halifax.
There were a dozen other "mental
cases" in the cage with this man. Be
fore physicians thought of the wire
cages for the shell-shocked these he
roes from the battle fields, when taken
on deck for air and sunshine, would
freauently leap overboard.
It was on April 16, 191S. when young
recovered his memory in this cage. He
had been stricken down in the battle
of Messines ridge on August 24. 1915.
A machine-gun bullet had struck him
the stomach. He became uncon
scious. Ten minutes later, he was told.
shell burst over him and shrapnel
struck out an eye and pierced bis hip.
He lay seven hours on the neid be
fore he was picked up and eent to the
base hospital, six miles behind the lines.
They cut the bullet from the pit of his
stomach, gave him a glass eye and
cured his hip wound.
He was done for as a soldier. Ever
since, until his discharge three weeks
ago, he has lived in hospitals. It was
his shell shock that made it so dim-
cult to cure him. for it had made him
Aircarft Insurance lias Excels.
LONDON". It was officially stated to
a questioner in the house of commons
that the excess of premiums over pay
ments under the government aircraft
insurance scheme, which provided pay
ment of damages through loss from air
raids, amounts to more than 50,000,000.
Retid The Orcsouian classified ads.
musical summer seasons In Portland. A
rapidly-widening understanding; of. and
ntcrest In. good music ajigers a con
stantly increasing support of our move
ment. We feel that the time is ripe
for the production of worth-while mu
sical plays and operas In Portland and
that Portland people will welcome- the
opportunity to hear the real artists in
The Matt Grau agency of New York
sponsored the assembling of the Alca
zar musical stock company and has en
gaged a cast of well-known artists to
support Mabel Wilber and Oscar Fig-
man. The latter is stui on tour in
You're In lovc," In which he is regis
tering a big success.
Mabel Witter waa one of the first
"Merry Widows' to be" sent out by
Henry W. Savage and her success in the
role brought her into public notice as
one of the loveliest and most youthful
prima donnas, with a voice of amazing
beauty. Since then she has starred in
other Savage productions in the east
and for one season headed a big nasi
cai stock company in St. Louis, and
agahi in Kansas City, where her -beauty
and brilliant voice made ber a tre
A chorua of 18 fllngers and dancers
will be featured. Eight chorus men will
also add interest and action to tho pro
ductions. "Fred A. Bishop, the director of the
company, is without a peer when it
comes to producing musical stock and
Is absolutely the best producer of this
kind in the country today." says Mr.
Everett. "He- has been engaged at a
very large ealary to devote his best ef
forts for the Alcazar Company during
the summer season."
Madame Desmond, a wardrobe woman
of many seasons' experience with Henry
W. Savage forces, will be brought from
TALBOT ESTATE 30 MILLION
V IDOW A NX
Liberal Bequests Are Made for Char
ities in San Francisco
OAKLAND. Mrs. Sylvia T. Helms,
adopted daughter of tho late Frederick
C. Talbot, lumber king, of the firm ot
Tope & Talbot, who died In Oakland
March 10 this year, together with her
two children by hr former marriage,
inherit the bulk of the J30.000.000 es
tate, according to the will filed for
probate in Oakland by Attorneys Jor
dan &. F.rann of San Francisco.
Seventy-five per cent of the estate is
left in trust with the Union Trust com
pany of San Francisco. Of this 75 per
cent, one-third is for the ' adopted
daughter, Mrs. Helms, the income to be
paid to her during her lifetime. Seven
teen per cent of the 75 per cent is held
in trust for each of her two children by
a former marriage, Sylvia Rosenstirn
and Julius T. Rosenstirn; J 6 per cent
of the 75 per cent goes to a niece, So
phia Pierce Brownell, and another ls4
per cent goes to his nephew, Talbot C
Walker. The remaining 25 per cent of
the residue is divided approximately
eaually between Henry F. Dutton.
nephew: Frederick C. Talbot, William
C. Talbot and Vera Talbot, children of
William Talbot, his brother.
The adopted daughter, Mrs. Helms,
receives 150,000 ontright, as does her
husband. Charles E. Helms. Helms is
brother of George J. Helms of the dis
trict attorney's office in Oakland.
A feature of the will Is a bequest
of 1 10.000 to Alfred M. Rosenstirn. Mrs.
Helms' first husband, and Lena Rosen
stirn. the latter wife, who is also left
Ten thousand dollars each is left to
ten charities in Oakland and San Fran
cisco as follows:
Hospital for ehildren and training
school for nurses, San Francisco; boye'
and? girls' aid society, San Francisco;
protestant orphans' home, Roman cath
olic orphan asylum, Hebrew orphan
asylum, all of San Francisco; little sis
ter of the poor and borne for aged. Oak
lan: widows' and orphans' aid society
of the San Francisco fire department;
infants' shelter, San Francisco; Salva
tion army industrial home.
Ten thousand dollars is left also to
the Golden Gate park museum, and an
equal amount to the trustees of the
University of California.
Other bequests are as follows:
A. G. Harms, office superintendent of
the firm of Pope & Talbot, $20,000;
Jacob Shaen, 350,000; Mrs. Jennie Bon
ner, sister-in-law, 5000; I. S. Judy, a
brother-in-law. and William Judy, 35000
each; Miss Muriel Kelly, In the office
of the Alameda county auditor, a dis
tant relative. 320,000; Talbot Kelly,
500; Miss Margaret Andrews. 35000;
Mrs. Lucy Marrow, 35000.
The servants in the country home of
the deceased on the Foothill boulevard
each received 325, multiplied by the
number of months the servant had beea
in the employ of the deceased.
WORKERS HAVE CLUBR00M
Minnesota Bank Employes to Get
MINNEAPOLIS. With the comple
tion of a clubroom all facilities for or
ganization as a social unit are fur
nished free to the employes of the
First and Security National bank, ac
cording to Fred H. Newton, who was
recently re-elected president of the
if wlliilWaMlM , i
Sew York to give her personal atten
tion to the costumes. . -
Tho orchestra will be composed of 10
artists under the direction of Ross Mob
ley. who wielded the baton for 'Th
Merry Widow" on Broadway.
The opening production will be Fritzi
Scheff'e famous piece, "ATUe Modiste
which will be followed by a succession
of musical pieces of unusual charm
including the following, and others as
they are released:
'Spring Maid." "Madame Sherry
"Sergeant Kitty," "The Time, the Place
and the Girl," "Flora (Bella," "The
Candy Shop," "Floradora," "Very Good
Eddie." "ljilac Domino." "The Chocolat
Soldier." "The Tenderfoot," "The Gin
eerbread Man," "King Dodo," "The Re
Rose." "Queen City," "High Jinks,
"The Burzoraaster," "The Red Mill,
The Honeymooners," and "The Honey
The evening prices will be 50 cents,
Tr.c. and SI. and the Wednesday and
Saturday matinees will be 23 and 50
cents, which popular prices will appeal
greatly and have a tendency to popu
larize the productions.
I First and Security National bank ath
letic and social club.
Among the privileges now at the dis
nosal of the employes are: Lunchroom
rest and clubrooms. educational classes,
sithleties and a monthly magazine. All
brA maintained by the bank.
The lunchroom has a seating capacity
of 100. It is equipped with a large
kitchen, where three chefs prepare
meals equal to those of any cafe m the
city. Meals are served to employes a
less than cost.
Vaudeville and dancing programmes
are conducted in the large clubroom.
It is equipped with a piano, reading
rooms and tables for checker tourna
ments that are scheduled regularly.
rest room for the women employes also
has been fitted out.
To familiarize the employes with the
workings of all departments of the in
stitution, classes are conducted once a
week in the clubrooms during the fall
and winter. The work is under the
direction of P. J. Leeman, vice-presiden
of the bank, and J. A. Murphy, chief
Several bowling tournaments have
bee-n conducted by the athletic com
mittee. During the summer the base
ball and tennis oemmittee arrange reg
ularly scheduled games and tourn-a
Four dances, a masquerade hall and
a dinner dance at the Minikahda club
have been given by the club this year.
Soldiers and sailors were the guests of
the club at the last dance given, at
which nearly 400 persons were present.
Monthly get-together dinners are at
tended by officers ana department
heads of the institution. Improvements
and suggestions submitted to the staff
The Periscope is the name of the
monthly magazine published by the
staff. All expenses are borne by the
bank and a copy ie furnished free to
each employe. The magazine contains
social and club notes and correspond
ence from former employes in govern
The auixilary woman's club has been
formed to do war work. Since tho war
the club has turned Its activities to
ward local relief work.
KEEP LOOKING YOUNG
If s Easy If You Know Dr.
Edwards' Olive Tablets
The secret of keeping yotmg is to feel
young to do this you must watch your
liver and bowels there's no need of
having a sallow complexion dark rings
under your eyes pimples a bilious
look in your face dull eyes with no
sparkle. Your doctor will tell you ninety
per cent of all sickness comes from in
active bowels and liver.
Dr. Edwards, a well-known physician
Sn Ohio, perfected a vegetable com
pound mixed with olive oil to act on
the liver and bowels, which he gave to
his patients for years.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the substi
tute for calomel, are gentle in their action
yet always effective. They bring about
that exuberance of spirit; that natural
buoyancy which should be enjoyed by
everyone, by toning up the liver and clear
ing tie svstem of impurities.
You will know Dr. Edwards' Olive Tab
lets by their olive color. 10c and 25c per
box. AU druggists.
for everything; but if
TJ CfV I yu have kidney, liver
itUU X . or bladder trouble it
may be found just the medicine you
need. At druggists in large and me
dium size bottles. You may receive a
sample size bottle of this reliable medi
cine by Parcel Post, also pamphlet tell
ing about it.
Address Dr. Jvilmer & Co.. Bmgham-
ton, N. Y and Enclose ten cents, also
mention the Portland Sunday Orego
LONDON. (Correspondence of the
Associated Press.) The government
plan to build 300,000 houses for work
men within the next few years appar-'
ently has aroused the British public
to demand . abolition of the archaic
English fireplace and substitution of
the American steam-heating system
for homes. The demand is voiced by
numerous contributors 'to the London
"If I had my way I would at one
send out a commission of British archi
tects to America and Canada to learn
there the elements of the business of
building houses and equipping them,
declares one writer.
"One fundamental defect runs through
practically all British houses of what
ever grade," he continues. "They de
pend for their heating on fires. Now
the English fire is an admirable in
vention from every aspect except that
of utility and cleanliness. It is cheer
ful, companionable, soporific senti
mental an altogether delightful thing
to have in a room. It has, however,
two vital drawbackst it does not heat
and it is abominably dirty.
"I mean that it does not heat prop
erly. Its radius is so limited that over
half an average English drawing room
is not used in winter time. To move 12
feet away from the fireplace is to leave
the tropic of Capticorn and enter the
Arctic circle, while as for sitting com
fortably near the window, the thing is
"In the second place, even within its
meager radius, a fire never does its
work thoroughly. It never warms you
all over. One side is grilled, the other
is underdone. Your face is aglow, your
back a ripple of icicles."
The writer called attention to the
acknowledged fact that in spite of the
labor of carrying coal for grate fires,
fully SO per cent of the heat is wasted,
going up the chimney.
"Could anything- be more barbarous,
more exepnsive or more Inefficient?"
asks the writer. "We shall never have
either sanity or comfort in our homes
until we adopt the central heating sys
tem (steam or hot-air furnaces),
spread warmth throughout the house,
not in patches, and burn wood on the
hearth to supply the element of cheer
fulness with a minimum of trouble and
AFTER YEARS OF
This Indiana Woman Learns
That Right Kind of Tonic
Treatment Brings Relief.
Good blood is the foundation of
health. Once the blood becomes fliin
and weak the entire body correspond
ingly loses its tone. The nerves which
derive their nourishment directly from
the blood are underfed and refuse to
do their work properly. Thin blood and
starved nerves combine to cause stom
ach trouble and until blood and nerves
aro restored to strength the digestive
processes are disturbed and trouble
Any person suffering from stomach
trouble learns to expect keen distress
after a meal. Headaches and dizziness
are common symptoms and as restless
night follows restless night, the body
becomes so run down that the sufferer
exhausted by slight effort and
breathless when climbing stairs. This
can be corrected by proper treatment,
as learned by Mrs. Rosemary Clark, No.
1227 Wright street, Indianapolis, Ind.
"About eighteen years ago I began
to have spells of stomach trouble," says
Afrs. Clark. "I was so generally run
down that my food bothered me, I suf
fered from sour stomach and gas and
became so nervous that I worried and
couldn't sleep at night. I also had fre
A friend recommended Dr. Williams"
Fink Pills to me and I procured a box
and began tho treatment. In a short
time I could see some improvement in
my condition and I continued taking
he remedy until the tired, exhausted
feeling disappeared and I had new am
bition for my work. 1 m no longer trou
bled with indigestion, gas or sourness,
but enjoy eating my meals. I sleep
soundly and rise refreshed and rested
in the morning. Some of my friends
are taking the remedy on my recom
mendation." Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are a tonic
for the blood and nerves. They begin
at once to build up the system weak
ened by excess or overwork. The rich.
red blood soon begins to show in cheeks
and lips, the step is quicker, the eyes
brighter and the good effect is felt in
every organ of the body.
Two useful books, "Diseases of tbe
Nervous System" and "What to Eat and
How to Eat," will be sent free by the
Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Schenectady,
N. Y. Your own druggist sells Dr. Will
iams' Pink Pills or you can order them
direct by mail, postpaid, at 50 cents a
box, six boxes for 12.50. Adv.
I Clear, Peachy Skin
Awaits Anyone Who
Drinks Hot Water
Says an inside bath, before break-T
fast helps us look and feel
clean, sweet, fresh. T
Sparkling and vivacious merry.
bright, alert a good, clear skin and a
natural, rosy, healthy complexion are
assured only by pure blood. If only
every man and woman could be induced
to adopt tbe morning inside bath, what
gratifying change would take place.
Instead of the thousands of sickly, anae
mic-looking men, women and girls,
with pasty or muddy complexions; in
stead of tbe multitudes of "nerve
wrecks," "rundowns," "brain fags" and
pessimists we should see a virile, opti
mistic throng of rosy-cheeked people
An inside bath is had by drinking
each morning, before breakfast, a glass
of real hot water with a teaspoonful of
limestone phosphate in it to wash from
the stomach, liver, kidneys and ten
yards of bowels the previous day's in-
gestible waste, sour fermentations
and poisons, before putting more food
into tbe stomach.
Those subject to sick headache, bil
iousness, nasty breath, rheumatism.
colds; and particularly those who have
pallid, sallow complexion and who are
constipated very often, are urged to
obtain a quarter pound of limestone
phosphate at the drug store, which will
cost but a trifle, but is sufficient to
emonstrate the quick and remarkable
change in both health and appearance.
awaiting tno.se who practice internal
To insure longer wear
rr is obvious why "engineers re
inforce a bridge.
Car owners could save money
and trouble if they realized that
tires should be re-enforced at their
The durability of the whole-tire
structure ia dependent upon its base.
Study this illustration. Those
four twisted steel cables are there for
scientific reasons, like steel cables
in a bridge.
The Federal Rubber Co. of
Generous Trial Offer of Europe's
Remarkable Remedy, SAN0SIN, for
Sufferers From Tuberculosis, Bron
It works while you sleep.
World's noted medical scientists declare
5ANOS1N tbe most effective treament for Pul
monary ailments yet discovered. Felix Wolff,
Coort Physician, Director of the Sanitarium for
Consumptives in Reiboldserun. says he fats dis
carded all other remedies. SANOSIN bas been
officially recommended to the Berlin Medical
Association. Dr. Essers, Amsterdam. Holland.
declares it a moral obligation to make SANOS1N
known totbewhole human race." SANOS1N is
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NOSTRILS AND HEAD
Says Cream Applied In Nostril
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through every air passage of your
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swollen mucous membrane and you gee
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Old Resident Given
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