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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
Portland is contemplating the expenditure of $10,000,000 to
-' rfovalrm tho rmrf Kv mirvViasirKy Siron TclanH and rivpr lnu'lo.nrl.0.. !
Published every evening exwpt ( "7 . r . " j t . !
Bunday by The Capital journal Print- j digging a straight deep channel through the west half of the
, . 1ilz2i!Li0I!!lfr-,i "ilr i island and constructing a gigantic mole providing terminal and
iicra office, si; Editorial rooms. 82. f dockage facilities superior to those of other coast cities, the
pltnam. Editor nd Publisher, t money to De provided Dy Dona issue.
If Portland had a great over seas commerce, the expenditure
would be justified but Portland has already more facilities for
Entered as second class mail mat
ter at Salem. Oregon.
Bv rarrier 6 cenu month. By ' commerce than she has commerce, more docks and warehouses
man sne nas snips ana aespue trie minions aireaay spent, ner
shipping steadily dwindles, principally because she hasn't energy
and enterprise to provide the shipping.
Uncle Sam has dumped millions into cutting a channel at the'
mail 60c a month, 11.25 for three
months, $! 25 (or six months. (4 per
year in Marlon and Polk counties.
Elsewhere $5 a year.
v order of U. S. government, all
mau subscriptions are payable In advance.
Advertising representative t. D.
Ward, Tribune Bldg.. New York; W.
It. Stockwell. - Peoples Gas 'bldg.,
tfffijg TAILS P
BY ARTHUR SCOTT BAILEYjJ
Major Monkey and old Mr. fcr
had a long talk. They got on fam
ously together, because the old gen
ua i can your- i
Major Monkey scrambled back In-'
to the tall tree. And Mr. Crowj
watched him narrowly until he was
out of sight Indeed, the old gentle-'
man even continued to stars at thi
THE BF!ST .
his friend had vanished
80 Years Old Attributes -Health
to Internal Baths
Mr. D. C. Newcomb, 704 N. 4th
Atchison. Kan writes Tyrrell's
I man i leave a single Kernel Tor . any-i Hygienic Insilfnt. v e" ,. "
""'.body eUe." follows:
o.uh-i. "My next birthday is July 13th
r lib uA ir.i. (..',. .... J am
.i ... . . vuiu. .ujvi 4-i ev veara oin Have, iib&i T i
Columbia bar and other millions in dredging the Willamette, and aftiZ and the Ma'or lJSV a Crow lia once or b. l. cascade- for more than iVjUZ
, k... loesi una oniy remeav that h.inn
T (, " h. aoM final!. "I. .. . ' . . -"O.
the city and port other millions in improvements. Before there talk about himself.
was adequate channel, or dockage, the Portland water front was!itln r!?Iy.to M, fr0'" qufstlons,'keeeps one alive, you know. But
experience1 proved that It always re-
I a hive of industry. As the shipping facilities increased, the shiv.r,nJl 'ou ve er had any. i advise you not evex Nl) 'aan(fer " "'
MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS ping decreased and One of the Saddest Sights in Oregon is the himself in the villlage a few mllea'" JTnV th.vifl Mm ments were principally uric acid, bl'.-
' ne .A'7 it u f.cius.veiy , j, t h w rp. . ,. pi0j j u. away, he had taken a notion to see. r"'" . "T' ,rv;. lousness. constipation, etc.
entiuea to tne use tor puoucation or .------ -.-....,.....,, VA wui
expenaitures along the same line are not likely to change the situation.
all news dispatches credited to it or
not other wise credited in this paper
and ulao local news published herein.
Here's aa f&j
a. .. Is
home. But have von .?"th
uu, you will - , :
hy thousands of fau ' T0
over. fi .... .. """ea, the
ver fel that they couirfc,,,,J
keep house withm, ,.7Q'a rt!
cheap, but the wav It UkT' u
cough will quick,,, earn .i".
nent place in your home
. Into a pint bottle, pou'r m
Of Pinex; then add plain t?
sugar sjrup to fUl "he nS?"?
paired, use cUrin,d oJSl0
y. or corn syrup l..;",5 ho-
sj rup. Either way. it taa 7. "
er spoils, and eiv . T."0 -
M:irslifleld.--Amlred Vornstrom, a
loer, was found dead outside a bunk
house !t a logging camp near here
Wednesday with an opened razor
clutcli-J in one hand and a wound In
his thruat. He had lived in the Coos
Buy country 30 years and possessed
consi.l.'rable property. The coronei
said suicide was indicated and that no
Inqu est would be held.
Portland can best overcome the handicap of the 100-mile
tortuous channel up the Columbia and Willamette by .Portland
owned steamer lines and Portland enterprise in developing markets'
and connections abroad. In this way, no advantages of rival ports '
can switch the commerce established. A beginning has already I
been made and a line establishedbut valuable time has been!
lost and other lines must follow. . Commerce comes to those who?
! seek it, to those who create it, not to those who aimlessly wait for'
! lonune 10 spin it m tneir laps. .
Portland is looking far ahead further than the commerce
J in sight justifies, but ten millions of additional private capital in
jnew steamers will go far to justify a ten million investment by
the public. '
JOHNSON THE LOGICAL CANDIDATE.
Refusal of the republican- ma ioritv of the Tlm'tod Sfo roa cart.
tZX oRn tL'chfoTtif16 tVatitle PeAcue treaty makes Senator Hiram Johnson the
t m.s, Georgia1 wiiHmeicr'into the!iglcal candldate of the republican leaders, for the defeat of the
Po.-tland. Complaint was filed
Wednesday by Assistant II. S. Attorney
mate ot Oregon In violation of the
Mann act. Hill will also be tried on
the charge of using a railroad pass Il
legal!. The pass is alk-ged to have
been nnule out for himself and wife.
Portland Announcement was made
here that the Pacific Mail Steamship
compa iy has opened local headquar
ters and will inaugurate a ilno of 3team
whips fiom Ualtlmore to Portland.
Rwburg. W. V. Hamsdell, newly
appointed supervisor of the Unipqua
natloi.il forests Wednesday took up
the duties of his new position. He ue
ceeds S. C. r.artntm, who resigned two
Portliir.d. W. F. Watklru, immikit
tlon Inspector, left hero Wednesday
for Pendleton to conduct deportation
hearings for Nestor Pnanitiien, alleged
member of the communist labor party,
taken into custody at the time when
natlon.il raids were being conducted at
communist headquarters in Portland
and throughout the country.
Portland. Mrs. Nettie Connett of
Bull Run, said to be the second woman
to be accused by the local federal cjurt
of operating a moonshine still, was or
dered Wednesdays be placed on trial
"may iii lore a federal Jury,
learners of both Washington aim
Hherman courdleg have Joined in the
campaign favoring the so-called ele
mentary school tax measure.
W. G. Krlll of KoMsil has filed wit
the secretary of state his declrtinn
of candidacy for county attorney for
wneeicr county on the republican tick
et. J. II. Messiek, former county Judge
in imer county, who was recalled dur
ing nis luinilniHtration, will be a can
didate in the May primaries for a re
iiomlnntion. That "What Is so rare ns a day In
.lima" I..... t,
- """" us iiuiicii in the one
nut is so raw as a day In March.
i n Hies S. Howard of San Francisco
nas neoonie the sole owner of the Clnt.
op County Lumber company's hold
ings in Clatsop county.
Hir Oliver Lodge says I hut some spir
its talk "Rubbish." That seems to sup
port Sir Conan Doyle's contention that
there Is the next world. Columbia
uon mention u: buiu mr. vruw. rua v
the surrounding country .Tm delignted t0 be of Mp to J "J"b'' " ,eJ,;ePtlonr
This is a deliehtfnl sDot." the . ....... letter for Tyrrell's Hygienic Int tiii
Major remark. -And if your neigh-, "fean To? Fl?? !" T ,'ft -
ion me." ..i - t .. B lT i reaay made for three h!"
I fa trtf fnnlrm' V o n Ir Ail him a rv- !
reii s j. i. u. cascade" with like ro- cost. " one ita
And then he said: ..
xy toe sciemmc use of natures
cleanser warm water it eliminates
all poisonous waste from the lower
intestine and gives nature a chance
to work unhampered.
Itl Tou will be astonished at the dlf
was 'erce In your feelings the morning
: after an Internal bath.
The J. B. L. Cascade" wilt
"I'd like to get acquainted with all
the neighbors such as they are. And
I would suggest that you give a party
and invite me and a lot of people to
come to it, so I can meet them," j
Old Sir. Crow bit his tonque.
struck -him that Major Monkey
Just the least hit too forward.
"What about refreshments?." Mr.
League of Nations cannot be construed as other thnn n viVfnvJ MJr Monkey scrambled baek Into
fnr him nnH tVinao t. ,. , 'the toll tree, !
"v mm lununcu ma itauersnip. tie accompiisned
what he set out to accomplish, and the vote he receives in the S b0l"s are half as peasant as you are,
primaries is the anti-Deace and anti-lpno-np vnfor,a n 1 in,nK 111 Btay "sht here for the
ii t u ii viviuiuur present
the Pro-Irish, the pro-Italian and other disgruntled elements, j Naturally, old Mr. crow was fiat
Other republican candidates declare their position on the!tered' He couldn't" remember whenUhefiajorf anybody 80 ,mP08inK as
,mu kuu ne was pieasaant. ,.T k ,.
"I hope you will settle in Pleasant! avf" t..8M.ken to a oul but
Valley." he told Mw mi, ..A.'yuu MaJr onKey assured him
Crow asked him. "It's easy to see thatjshown ani explained to you by Dan
you don't know the neighbors. I cani,el J- Fry wholesale druggist anl
tell you that they have enormous ap- manufacturing pharmacist in Salem.
petites every one of them." Or., who will also givevyou free, on
"Oh? that's easily arranged," said request, an interesting booklet by Dr.
Major Monkey. "Tell everybody to beChas. A. Tyrrell, "Why Man of Today
sure to have his refreshments before, Is Only 50 percent Effieicnt."
he comes to the party." j Get this booklet and know Just why
"A good Idea!" Mr. Crow exclaimed.1 Internal bathing Is so effective in the
With that difficulty removed he was promotion of better health. (Adv)
willing to give a paarty, for he quite, .
liked the prospect of introducing
everybody to "his old -friend, Major
"You're sure you don't know any
body in this valley except me?" Mr.
Crow asked. He didn't want to divide
with anyone else the honor of being
cough usuallyin 2rTZi
eeems to Denetrat , ? r " It
passage, loosen. j.. 8" ev"7 lr
tight cough, lifts the phleZV"
the membranes, and B,.
i I. u re"ef- sPledid for
" i c, uuarseness. rrmm
Plnex Is a hichlv
pound of genuine N
tract, and has been used fV
tions for throat and chest ait?
To avoid disappointment asknr
druggist for "2H o,(.. .,
with directions, and don't accep
thing else. Guaranteed to give Z.
lute satisfaction or money VtuZ
The Pinex Co.. Ft. Wavn Z
Mrs. E. T.Allen To
Address Women On
i ne story of Armenia, depleting :li
of the actual conditions existing in
the poverty stricken country, will be
iold to the women of the city by .Mrs,
K, T. Allen, ut a mass meeting In the
Commercial club at 2:30 p. in. Friday.
Mrs. Allen spent 25 years ns a mls
ionery in Armenia and possesses
more complete facts 0n conditions
there thn,n any other person to speik
on the subject In Salem. It Is sua.
For two and a half years Mrs. Al
len, with ler two children, were fug.
lives In the country from the Turks,
and has lived through horror that on
ly few other women itrnhihlv n,,i
"I could sit and hear her talk for
two hours," Manager McCroskey, i f
the Commercial club, said, who heard
her when she appeared before the
Balom Itoturlans Wednesday noon.
peace treaty in generalities, that leave their real positions in ob
btuniy, iest decided opinions lose votes but Johnson has the
merit of frankness. There is no doubt how he stands.
t But Johnson will not be the candidate of the Old Guard He
is first of all a politician, but he doesn't take orders. He is a
political boss and gives orders. He runs his own machine. And
the leaders of the G. O. P. had rather lose the election than lose
control of the party. They have done it before and will do it again
Th? deocratic bosses are of the same stripe. It is rule or
.rum with them. The big political boss is not concerned over
principles-he is after spoils and power. He is partisan only for
profit and unless he helps select the candidate, and can perpet
uate his control, is not averse to defeat. J
BETRAYING THE DEAD.
Concerning the rejection of the peace treaty, the New York
win a lZfkS thaf the,r'eMt of the United Statel cou 5
win a great war; it could negotiate a great peace: but it is in
capable to perform its constitutional functions
i..e nave peen humiliating episodes in the history of the
uiuicu otities. uut. nnrninop on tv.ni ....... i ... ..
thi. nnM,';i.:"?-rr , "?B u 80 nummanng as
.w.,xI6 cloc lliai so snarpiy cnallenged the capacity of the
American nonnto f oi . . .. .H' 01 ine
ini.iv ;nH,vrfr;v.x. ::,c" v em; noimn? else tnat so sep.
:i.:ui... ., ana tneir sense of re-
snnnHil.i'lif,, n ti.. ...i... : "Ic"
: 7 tf; ,lllc wnoie ine records of the Senate since the
V JSSr 8Ubmitt6d by Pre8ident Wilson
hil!0, 919, constltute th most mortifying chapter in American
Havino- vntorl in MatviKa 1A1Q 1 't 1
in t.h m:,.;r :;":M,r:,. v ni: 10 0 aivme tneir government
Hpv fC.:; : " . .Ve. Ame"can people.now find them-
naraT;; rr: tn ,f Ullction-. Partisanship has
1 1 oi i. ""wa. iuc coinmanaing prestige that the TTnit
it T W 7 ? the War has been away, and the com -"
fJj l! 5 u., achievements, stands before the Zld
ZA! is.the Penalty "
refusal to ratify the treaty of 'pe! T arTt S
Senate is cnnrArnvi fv. ja ii.- . .U1r -"uieo states
" "c"u i "ns war nave died in
tne neighbors well, vou'll find
them a queer lot, mostly."
"What's the matter with them?"
the Major asked him.
Thereupon old Mr, Crow shook his
"They're not at all like me," he
replied slowly. .
"Of course, there's my cousin, Jas
per Jay. He's not a' bad sort except
that he's rude, noisy, and a good deal
of a rascal. Buttfie others well,
most of them are too greedy. If I
didn't watch this cornfield closely
some of them wouldn't care if they
Mr. Crow said he was glad of that.
And then he asked the Major to keep
out of sight until the time came for
the party to begin.
At first Major Monkey objected.
And not until Mr. Crow promised to
have the party that very day an
hour before sunset did he consent to
"Where's a good place?" he asked
"That tree la hollow," said Mr.
Crow, pointing to the one in which
he had first seen the Major. "Just
slip inside that hole there, about half
way up the trunk, and don't come out
to tell me that my mother had gone
from me forever.. ,
The Orcgonian is reprinting the New York S
This Is the word brought back from
Hardly knowing what I did. I flung- 'mZaer of The VaTey
Motor company. Mr. Harbison saw
the veteran old speed vehicle at the
sales rooms of the William Hughsu
Automobile company, Ford . agents.
and was Informed that the old relic of
the day of flat track racing is soon to
De snipped to San Francisco for fur'
ther exhibition and thence east to be
come the property of the head of the
t ord Motor company.
Just why Mr. Ford should be proud
to be rated the owner of "Old 999"
can be better understood when it is
known that he was the designer of the
veteran machine, which was resurrect
ed recently from the chaos of a Los
Angeles junk yard. ; -
"Old 999" was the forerunner of the
highly perfected Ford car of today, as
was the machine which first starred
both Ford and Oklfield on the road to
fame in motordom. It was construct
ed 18 years ago by Ford as his entry
in the first auto race ever held in De
troit and took its place in history as It
passed over the finish line leading the
field. Oldfield piloted the car in this
first race and continued to dn n fnr
myself down on my knees beside her.
"Come back a moment, Just a
moment Don't leave me alone, dear
mother," I said hysterically. "I can
not let you go like this. Surely the
God will not be so terrible as to de
prive me of my only loved one."
"The good, God," whispered Helen,
"is not terrible. Rather you must
thank him for letting your mother
come here in time to bid you fare
"Helen, do you think,',"' I asked
breathlessly, "that mother's coming
here hastened her death?"
"I am not sure," she answered.
"But it's very probable if that were
true her Journey only put off the
dread moment a very little while. I
am sure that you know, If you, stop to
think, Katherine, that your mother
would have been very glad to" have
gone out a little sooner if the reward
was seeing you as she has done this
Plans To Bo Mniln
"Yes, I guess that's true," and then,
as always in these trying times, the
material things had t obe
xnien stepped to the telephone,' following two years, during which
This is No 1 of a series of advertisements, prepared by a
competent physician, explaimng how certain diseases which
iL t VfZ- as Pneumonia, Influenza, Whoop!
ing Cough, Measles or even a long continued Cold often leave
fJSTr,? m ,latt?m"$ "on1 ate, thus affording a
favorable foothold for invading germs. And how Vick' Vapo
Rub may be of value in this condition,
Ull and Herald fSViLfLr the "lanuser and came backme he established the 'record of
vi uuttiu 10 lane lone of my hands in hers. Rh ering a
' c l"men 111 various States and sinnm,; "; ;" "Jr "Taa ln fters- She.fnng a clrcuiar mile on a flat track
SUIC inat Ueneral Wood ij Tho cf . j """'"ei,e-;" ner Silence was. m less than a minute.
did-ite in thft tfot. strongest and most popular can-u? ' of aymhy. love, m a, while plainly de
S? '"Jl! The C0Ullty airmen in Oregon aVZTL" L0' 1 "."l rtde.
'6"iiis miu prouairand st nnH .q ,, iv. - - u .UUUu uui wnai nad:in the development when com mn
is true ill other Stat, -L wl. ZTXV. P eSllm(! the Same: aT "el 9 .dtePtched a messenger! wth the automobile of todav "Old 999"
the advantage of h- Ull l I, l W?en t0 t. That's ookTnon"?, .?Ar t'- ,Th-. "ewhlc still runs, give, evidence of the
ji. . " .. " "'"uu uunar camrjaicn fimri tr, at-u,, v..iy.,ig 0ui 01
"n u insures tne sunnorf of th " aK,ai' "". ncary duties.
Pie are not all eount Vh.i ,11 l" im' Peo-
lot the poUticians do their cni'ng for' S rZ??
chairmen is hardly a poll of the people. 1 e2my
BT WALT MASON
timeJTh'S banned M dod t
We cry, "The spring haa romelttaJt utt ?-graveyard loer.
rowl" And thSi th'erecres6 fftSiV?te S d
marrow. Then in a whitewashed w-prrl ZTIL," Vs. 10 lM
nurses, and we are lucky if we S enaea oy neat;. our dutie. are to the ih"ng i
Each year the backbonJima ? Joyride m some hearses. 8 mU8t n,ake llfe s nearly bearable
ed; each year irSDrin ?ht to show, that winter'8 end- SIn5-'b'" tor th08e that are left b !
,..i.j ,vr..,1 "P"" same old jrae. and all r,. haa !?lm1- 1 "t beiier. you .m.
arly spuds and greens, that we rnav Ztil ZT the long viBiI- 1 th,nk' Pr
J?rt from arctic TTJZ Vt
birth of the ideas which still predomi
ut ... iifcLte in inA npa ?n nr an no i
llTlT timer identical to that found onlhe
I think It is Posslble'for ue to get tne'L0 T ?' ,'8 a Part f the
same nurse hnoi, iA vLf e. ow,,r I',ant of the veteran speeder and
day. I am sure that ,h . "i man other Parts are the same in the
friend, Mrs. Qaylord. will do alk thi ' ay ,of their workln Wea, although
things necessary" I .ne aess nas in most cases been lm-
"But I do not want to' Wv 'm proved upon' I" the place of the pres-
mother," I responded "I do not see1 y 8teel frame' "la "" was
why those who love the living should1 made llshter b' the use of wood, and
- ,.,0.,cu as. soon as those loved
are aeaa, while strangers nr.
pare them for burial."
The manager realized my hysteria,
and spoke soothingly.
DutJes to the Mying
P.0LU.nI!!,r GoJon. I am sure.
on ."",., 10 a(lvi you. After
rended. We plant our ear
summer; then comes a Lla
me iires, mounted on
measured J7x5 inches.
The highly standardized lubricating
system now In use were not thought of
wnen the old racer was built. "Old
999" is minus a crank case for the
oil reservoir, large oil cups fitting on
to the different bearings which had to
be turned down every flftyto seventy
five miles, too care of the lubrication.
The differential systemsalso were
unthought of. The old racer covered
its fast miles and negotiated the sharp
turns without a differential. The same
principle of rear axles was used as are
found 'on locomotives, the tires having
tne hummer. One nitrht lil uw : . V'1 pur3 tftem on' "Kth."
winter ended: Z slfi? toW thought the; -JS0"
Plendid. I thought he ba k I 'a?' ?Uk f, T ?j the strain of onViheeVT
aemanding. and so I didn't drain niv h i i' 1" a l!''' ' - '"Y'l'ri
in?, un, whiskers When tho mnmin-t. T 1, wusr siana-i, '17 1 turned ta
renascent, the ,now vasVt Zfii10!6' , 16 SZSL!!l
cuss out classent! And all mi hhlTZ1.,10 t0:
head and silently left the room,
mo n',.1.1 i. . .. IU, Tin,n. ... Z.
ttnful waitersfthe 'towTf JKJST '
LOVE and MARRIED LIFE '
.By Noted Author
' IDA" McGLONE GIBSON
My (iraii'sl Iom
As Helen finished speaking I heard
a sound from the other room, where
my mother was sleeping. I walked in
and the horrified exclamation that 1
mmle brought Helen to my side im
mediately. "Never mind, dear." s;IJ my moth-
Ford to Possess
Car Which Won
Him Motor Fame
IllHtPHfl fif tha rolQl- 1...IJI
l j 'iui 11U1U1I1K Witt-
bed amt er. it was used merelv fn
lore-; 11 naoArl thrniiirl, ..K .
tuuei a ianK di
rectly behind the motor being used to
contain the water, from which it would
go through the motor, nasslnu Intn th
radiator and back.
A straight bar served as the steering
apparatus in "Old 999 s" time, two up.
right projections serving as hand grips
for the driver.
Your doctor will impress upon
you that following recovery from
the active stage of influenza,
there often remains an inflamed.
congested condition of the air
passages throat, larynx, bron-
cmai tuDes ana lungs.
' Frequently the couch hanr s on
soreness of the chest persists
you taKe cold easily and there
may be obstinate catarrh. This
condition is slow to clear no and
if nvjected may favor the de
velopmentf of pneumonia, or later
on, serious disease of the lungs.
Such, cases should continue
under the care of their ohvsician
should exercise moderately in
mc open air eat plenty ot whole
some food avoid overwork and
Nightly applications of Vick's
VapoRub may help nature to
complete the process of repair.
Because Vicks acts locally , by
stimulation thru the skin to
draw out the inflammation, at
tract the blood away from tha
congested spots and relievo tht
cough. In addition, the medici.
nal ingredients of Vicks an
vaporized by the body heat.
These vapors are breathed in all
night long, thus bringing tht
medication to bear directly upot
the inflamed areas.
Vicks should be rubbed ia
over the throat and chest until
the skin. is red then spread oa
thickly and covered with hot
flannel cloths; Leave the cloth
ing loose around the neck and
the bed clothes arranged in the
form of a funnel so the vaport
arising may be freely inhaled.
If the cough is annoying, swallow
a small bit of Vicks the size of
Samples to new users will be
sent free on request to the Vick
Chemical Company, 231 Broad
btreet, Greensboro, N . L.
Wore Than 17 pillion Jars Used Yearly Q
imJfw lis! vf'
ij'l I t rVfr
The Choice Prizes of Life Are Won
By the Healthy and Strong
The wek. toft, flabbr-moKled-thoM who mn defteient In vigor i"01-r nmh.
l.v Phlllng the sheet up over her face.
"Icn't. don't," I pleaded, for the
ucnnn went through my heart like aPossor of "Old 999" the gasolme!
Knife thrust. "Dent do th,.i .....! sl ' f a !fn m which Barney Oldfield
y ln his first ram ,n.i i, ...
u " ' qess profits tax.
Henry ford Is soon to be the Droit.; nal.
Some business men justify their pro
fiteering by explaining that thev w
i Do make extra profits to .pay their ex-
Lansir.g State Jour-
I 1 tM B
ver had to uftef the humiliation of beinir mthleiily thoved aiide mt'vm
A clear, ruddy complaxion; hntrht yaa; hardened moeclee: and w" 0ot bbbm.
If you feel that you are out
classed, lacking- the stamina to
Stand QD and claim Vfmr fmn
don't delay another day in com. .'
nA, t i , I race and the first nuin. larv l)finiol i, v:... .. .
iuho ner race co-ered nmhiin i . . -.- - '' mui.aiiinat was a
von -.1,1, . -i ,., . . .. mobile to trawl over a circular mile fault .it !,. , i....... wliB
on his first race
veil, sne will tell you so track In !.. V
in a moment." . . . " sthan nds-
cr faintly, as I raised her in my arniB:' "Vour mother, Katherine, will'
"never mind, dear," she repented, "ui nove.r tell, either of us anything!
Is ull right, everything is all ris'ht."! gnln." said Helen with her ' arms'
and then she gave a lillio g;isp ,indiabinn i
liassod to her Maker. j Xot B-lieve Mm' IVad
Admiral Sims complains that Secre-
445 Conrt St
ilinii cy rircu nisi urres
us Is how a family in or-
!ivs V tell it.
For moment I looked at Helen In; "Hut t don't want her dear facej
silence, still holding my mother's covered," I said. "I can't believe she
head to my hreaet. 1 could not make is dead: why, she Just spoke to me !
it seem true. 1 .iust he'd her until miruto niro. she looked u at me ami!
IMn ' clime forward . w.lh pttvinir smiled when I took )ir 1t ny nrnis "!
Ii. In Mi.! look ..'. -r ... i-T 1 rv-,-,',I to Ui? l..-d and tunu'd the
The Great General Tonfc
It, will r-rtore that M'"0J,T" C
eppoein. -rcee of eocial and '' challawt,
tlx heart and apirit to do and tje it .Jl ij
world u our rinht to a place in the b Jn. oeca ,uMo
hnild vour nhvaical .trength and mental r.oer i
perfect health, atrengthenin yoor ""f",, , de
tonic fa ti
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exhanetion. ireneral ,M " diUe. , ,u?2
tracted illneae or tha rowit of a "tJir T, rea
Nature'! rt aaaietant aa a L. LYB.I
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bottle today and besii at onee i "X"
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