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Coach Mathews Expects To
Develope Fast, Scrappy
Team From Recruits
Conch H. Ii. Mathews, of Willamette,
cast his eye over his squad of gridiron
aspirants as they trotted out for their
first secret practice last night and di
vided them Into acpiads for practice in
handling the ball.
" We are somewhat shy in weight and
mighty short in experience but the boys
re showing plenty of fight ami the
real fight that wins, too. The boys are
willing to learn anil will show the
people of this city the first real foot
ball they have seen on Willamette field
in some' years if the sipiad comes up
to my expectations."
Coach Mathews went mi to explain
tliBt it hud been necessary this year to
put his men through the preliminary
practices of falling on the bull and
bundling it, tackling and running, all
of which should have been learned in
''in fact," said the coach, "there is
only one thing 1 do not have to drill
intii them, and that is fight, fight,
flgiit. They are going to be the lives!
aggregation among the non conference
colleges this year or they will fall by
the wayside. It is not the beef that
makes the football slar it is the speed
and clear grit."
Conch Mathews has been forced to
use up a lot (if valuable time in the
earlv season by teaching the rudiments
of football but ha believes in building
tip for future years. While he may
not turn out a non conference chum
jiioushlp team this year he intends to
wild - toward this end nud the non-
((inference champion will come wheu
the field is well stocked Willi ambi
tious youngsters with plenty of meat on
their frames and who have been couch
ed in his style of play in other years.
The Willamette jilgskin' crew this year
is green and mostly Ireshinen which
menus that some of them will be buck
for several years to cmnn ami though
thev may not iniike, it this year tiiny
will have gulucd the experience for
next that will put them to the front
when the football call is issued next
(li pi ii in Vlegel is the only letter mini
back though o.i'e or two others have
promised to show up Inter. Hmnll, the
diminutive speed merchant that scored
a touchdown on Oregon two years ago
is mnkiiii itrriiiiL'cniciitH to don his
padded togs agiiin this year, Mr.!
Knillll mid I'm-I.i Hum conduct tin. 11. H. f
bail business at Turner mtd "Sinnll.v"!
is endeavoring to persuade his uncle at
Washington, I). C to let Ii i til off for
the foot hull season,
Tim way the siiuid si.es tip at pres
ent there is not a heavy ninii In tuo
bunch, regardless of age, color, or pre
vious condition of servitude. The mum-
moth of the S(iiud look like he would
tip I Iti bciiiu at about 105 pounds and
tie may I cue sumo flesh in mulling the
team and weigh a bit less before tiie
final call Is made. This means tliut
Willamette's line will average about
l.'d pound ur perhaps less and the
back field may be even lighter. Yet
there is often plenty of ground gained
l 150 pounds of real man, if he lias
the fight and a stiff backbone as well
as a (tiff tijiper lip and Concu Mathews
is endeavoring to make tip in snnp and
iiiuger what is lucking in weight ami
Sett Friday a iimne Is scheilnleil wit.i
the Alnninl nnil lor the first time the
quail will lie lined up in actual hostile
Mcriininaue. It menus sen'illiiir a ureeu
ten in sninl the sturs of other venrs
lint foot hull is only learned tiy luutips of the list during the summer race meet
Hint after the luiva hnve rulitied some; inn at HoppcKnrten, llerllu, according
nritlca the Muck nr.. I lilue plncc to word received here.
Cwrntai Dart ScVaftaai ft aUr
uii'l spread on the "new skin niey
will ! able to tackle the heavy end ;
of their schedule which includes, L. of
U). anil ). A. C. as well lis the hardest j
nuts in the non-conference ranks. I
I The game I'etv.Ven the varsity and ;
the ahimiii will be called at 3:."10 fri
iduy afternoon and tiie lineni will lie se-!
Uected from a number cf old stars who,
will be back for the occasion. Among I
I those who have promised to report for '
this game are: haiincy linnop, jouu
'( arson, Alfreil (Schramm, of Salem;
jllrimier Mmall, of' Turner; Dr. Massey,
! Green and li. I). Day, of this city;
Itowlnnil, of Astoria; Dr. l'ollanl, of,
.Springfield; Dr. Hoss AKIutire, '8a-
lent; I'.. Kinuey .Miller, 01 i-.ugenc-j. i
It. (Ihirich, of Halem, and "I'runey
Frances, of i'ortland; Burgess tord,
(llcnii Uiiriih, and Walter Wiuslow, of
this city; (jcurge H. himpson, of Van
couver; Curtis Coleman, of Ht. I'aulj
Walter Cuiniiiiiigs, of I'ortland; Kmery
Dunne, of Wnldport, and Uric Bolt, of
BTANDINGS OF THE TEAMS
Ht. I.miis Ii
New Vork 04
Detroit it 2
New York 0.1
Ht. Louis Gil
l'hilndelphlu .... 40
Ht. Louis 77
Kansas City 72
0 . .
Pacific Coast League.
Los Angeles .
Halt Lnke ,..
Yesterday 'g Results.
At Portland Han Frnnciscn
0, Portland 5 (15 Innings).
At Hnu Francisco Oakland
4, Los Angeles 2.
At Los Angeles Vernon-Holt
Luke, no game, train lute.
JIM JEFFRIES Off THE JURT
Los Angeles, Cnl., Sept. L Jim Jef
fries must serve as n juror in the su
perior eourt, according to Judge Myers
decision today. Jeffries tried to escape
by pleading pressing business, but the
judge told him to dispose of his busi
ness within two weeks and report for
WON'T RECOGNIZE FEDERAL.
Chicago, Sept. 21. According to
President Ban Johnson of the American
league, there is very slight possibility
of the demand of the Federal league
for participation in the world's series
. ucing grnnicii,
AMERICAN JOCKEY WON.
Him Francisco, Kept. 1. Seventeen
firsts in forty-eight races put Archl
linlil, the 'Ainerlriin iockey, at the head
Bigger Slocks and bettor Stocks than ever before
-and THAT MEANS SOMETHING.
We have been preparing long and earnestly to be
ready with something that will be worthy of our
high reputation and your steadily increasing patron
age. Come in tomorrow if possible, get ready now for
the fair. Our line of $15.00 Suits is simply the last
word in moderately-priced Clothing- Hosts of
others built to please every taste and priced to suit
It won't take long step in and see the models, feel
the fabrics, look at the make. This will prove mutu
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 22. U
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Detroit bent Philadelphia whea the
latter got away to a bad start, due to
Walter Johnson ruler the curves at
Washington and Chicngn lost.
I'ieh held Ht. Louis to two hits in the
first game at New York, but the Yan
kees lost the second, breaking even.
They needed the wrecking crew in Ht.
Louis soon after the melee began.
Philadelphia took both of 'em from
The (Hants bunched hits on Vaughn
in the first game and won, but the Cubs
staged a come-back in the second ses
sion and made it one all.
The Angels continued their toboggan
ing, biting the dust at the behest ot
the ecllnrite Oaks.
Long Tom Hughes lost the game
early, being whaled unmercifully.
The Heavers came back in the fif
teenth but couldn't quite put it across,
and Han Francisco won.
Ping Bodie contributed a home run
to the general result.
TENNIS PLATERS COMING
Heveral ranking Portland tennis play
ers nre planning to make the trip to
Halem Thursday and Friday for the
second annual Willamette valley open
tournament. Among these will be A. D.
Wakeinun, J. H. L'dgnr, A. B. McAlpin,
Kenneth McAlpin, (ieorge Durham and
J antra Hhives, and among the women,
Mrs. W. I. Nortlnup, Miss Stella Ford
ing and probably Misb .Mabel Ityder. In
addition there ill be several players
from Heattle, and among the valley
towns Albany and Uugene will be rep
resented by liberal contingents.
' The play will be on the lately com
pleted asphalt courts of the Halem
Tenuis association. These have been
built with particular care for drain
age and piny is possible at all times
except during rains. The chairman of
the tourunineut is Paul Wallace and
entries should be addressed to him a
Washington Wants Love.
Hun Francisco, Held. 22. "Slim"
Love of the Angels today la considering
u contract offered him through draft
to sign with the New York Americans
and Manager Dillon or I.os Angeles, is
considering the possibility of a mix-up
with Alniuigcr tlrittith ot Washington
If l.ove goes up,
After Henry Berry sold the Angels,
the new owner cast aside the working
agreement with Washington, l.ove was
turned over to the Angels without cost
with the understanding ho could be re
called uny time. Griffith pl'ububly will
wuut' the draft money if Love goes to
Pacers at Lexington.
Lexington, Ky., Hept. "2. Some of
the best pueers in the country, includ
ing Directum I nutl llruden Direct, are
entered in the Tennessee free for all
pnee, the principal stnke lu the (irnnd
Circuit trotting meet which opens here
Campbell a White Sox.
Chicago, Kept. 22. l.arry Cumpbell.
outfielder, will ugitlu wear a White Sox
uniform next scuson, according to well
defined rumors toduy. Campbell is non
wit Ii the Milwaukee club.
Hoston tllobe: There's ninny a man
who this week will nm lie his wife a
present of nil aluminum preserving
Business Conditions Ahead
New York Sent IS -The financial.
.ew . iorK, oepi. ii. i
situation, viewed on broad lines, t'on- t,lrn9 above allch a basis must neeessar
tinues to suggest a substantial under"iiy be accompnnied with a carrespond
tona The week's developments again, ' dpgree flf risk
encourage confidence that a sutistac-j ()enerai trat, and industrial coudi
tory settlement will be reached of 'htions are beginning to respond more
reneweu strain in our in"n .
tie rim t.tat raiKiweu we nuic hum;
German Foreign Office seeking to justi
fy flip siiilrinfr of the steamship Arabic.
The note was disappointing, in vlew 0 rj
tue assurances previously gien on ic
half of his government by Count yon
tsernstorrr, me uerman ' i
However, there seems real basis lor the
belief that the entire question ot sub-1
marine warfare, as affecting the inter
ests of Americans, is now in a satis
factory way of adjustment, wuai is i
eaual importance from the financial j
viewpoint is that this settlement prom- j wag bpow eral e9timateJ. This dis
ises to be permanent in character, thus i on- tln rnlt u however, readily
removing what seems to be the prime ,
it :n. l...i . . ihiIp rimii'ce.l
source, if indeed not toe soie somcc,
from which future shocks to the friend
ly relations between Washington and
Herlin might be expected.
While the nesotiutions just referred
to have been' in .progress there, not un
naturally, has been some indication of
restraint upon entering new sto'k mar
ket commitments. Additional incen
tive for delay, too, has appeared from
the varying reports concerning the
probabilities of the successful flotation
of the large loan or credit tnat the
llritislt and French commissioners have
come over to our center to negotiate.
No stiecific details seem to have been
announced thus far of the proposals the
commissioners are prepared to make
or accept. That the visit of tnese tor-
eign enperts must end witn success is,
1 think, a foregone conclusion, l ne
Question is one as vital to the inter
ests of our own country as it is to the
countries across the sea. If our grain
and foodstuffs in general are to be sold
to the nations that under current con
ditions are our natural customers, if,
too. the products of our factories as
vell as our farms are to go forward in
such volume as will mean prmperity at
home, it is imperative, under present
unexampled conditions, that proper fin
ancial facilities be afforded the buy-
The question is the old one that is
so freuuentlv misunderstood of the dif
forenee between money and wealth.
There is no question that the Ilritish
and French governments have ample
wealth with which to back up anv obli
gations they may undertake. The terms
on which the credits they desire limy
.la f civ be left to the wisdom of t lie ex
pert interests who are conducting the
transactions. It would be conservative
and goul judgment, I think, to confine
the credit, nt any rate to start witn.to
suv TiUO million's.
The success of the negotiations, as I
have intimated, menus much for our
own country, it would provide in the
first place not only fur the continuance,
hut tor a very substantial increase
the volume of our cxportntions. It has
what may be termed a vital bearing up
on the grent granger sections of our
country since it will decide whether the
Kutente governments will be prompt
and liberal purchasers of our grains lit
remunerative prices nt the beginning of
toe senson or whether they will give
preference to other sources of supply
and bold back so far as our own grain
is concerned until the eleventh hour.
This would expose oir grain more free
ly to the possinilities of the release of
the huge quantities of Russian wheut
tne growtn 01 two seasons that nre
stored up awaiting the opening of the
Dardanelles. As to the date that this
event will occur any prediction would
necessarily lie mere guesswork. There
are some authorities who are convinced
that the task is superhuman. On the
other bund, with four of the world's
great nations deliberately proceeding to
accomplish this great task and making
actual even though slow progress day
"J nay, tne possibility of success is
sucn as to clothe the subject with suf
ficient importance to merit considera
tion as one of the prime factors in f.ie
broad financial problem.
With the iKHsibility of the United
States becoming an active participant
in the Kuropean strugglo so greatly re
moved and with the success of the
Anglo-trench loan so elearlv in siirht
theoutlook for the market for securities
may be regarded as having correspond
ingly improved. The favorable money
outlook will not be modified materially
by the practical steps that will be con
cerned in t:i credit that li being ar
ranged. The proceed of the loan are
not to leave the country. Thev will re
main on detwsit in the banks and trust
companies until needed and will return
tit the banking institutions when the
payments for supplies for which they
are intetuied are ninde. According to
last Saturday s New York Clearing
Mouse statement, the banks and trust
companies added more than l,1,000,000
to tne already unexampled surplus car
tied above reserve requirements, bring
ing the total up to J24,122,000, which
com pares with a deficit (instead of
surplus) of M.iO.Oii.VOOO last year at
this date, which irf course was a period
when all the financial, industrial and
mercantile activities of our country
were guttering the first shock of waf.
now have reached the active riod
of crop financing. It is evident that
there is to lu no strain' resulting from
tiiis feature during the present year.
The Secretary the Treasury has an
nounced a H)licy irf depositing govern
ment funds in the banks of the south
to aid in financing the cotton crop.
Kven without such arbitrary action and
if the supplies of funds were not as
completely redundant as they in fact
are, the operation irf the new banking
law would be sufficient to) prevent any
important strain in money circles as a
i With such a large aupply of Idle
i funds as at tne moment exists throuuh
lout the country and as la likely to eon
i tinue for a protracted period, and with
jur own ruuniry the single exception
among the great nation of the world
(that has not been drawn Into the mael
'Strom of the wr and has not had its
resources cif lnhur anil property par
.alyred and. furthermore, with taxation,
present anil prospective. In comparison
with other countries on a completely
negligible scale, there I ctlv encour
agement to look for tne pnafitableater
atioa of our railroads and ot our great
industrial combinations that are o
thoroughly represetttailre nf our na
tional activities. It still la desirable
to exercise caution In the selection of
investments, but there are opportnn-
I itie to obtain sec untie paying for la-
stance between 5 and 8 per cent on the
;,.,,,,, ,hnt m,ear attractive. Re-
freelv to the excellent crop uuuuu.
The "usual statistics of clearings, rail
road traffic returns, etf., are likely
to make mare ravornnie coinpanauno
than has recently been the case since
thev jnc(ie a period a vear ago when
tiie'fir9t 8u0ek of the war was in pro-
re9H; furthermore, as the JNew lorn
Prehanfe was closed the bank
exi,hanee9 necessarilv are upon a faulty
l,ni The recent statement ot iinriueu
tonnage of the Steel Corporation snow-
. ,wrnsP f about 20.000 tons as
. . nPrtinn9 in Aiieust
' , j wnen it ig considered that the
. I I.
decrease was due not so much to back
ward offerings of new business but to
the fact that the plants of the corpora
tion are virtually on a full capacity
basis and deliveries consequently are
taking place on old contracts at a phe
nomenal rate. Meanwhile in a number
of instances there is a disposition to re
frain from taking new business at the
present scale of prices.
There are not unlikely to be addition
al shocks received by the market from
one source or another during the pro
gress of a war of such unexampled
proportions as tnat now in progress.
Hut if. as now seeni9 so probable, our
own country is to be successfully pilot
ed through the recurrent complications,
the general market's prospects appear
such as to encourage conservative pur
chases of dividend paying stocks of a
IS YOUR STOMACH
CLOGGED WITH WASTE?
Daniel J. Fry Guarantees to Return the
Money If Ml-o-na Does Not
"It's a pleasure to sell a medicine
when my customers come in afterward
and tell me how much good it has done
them," said Daniel J. Fry, the popular
druggist to a Journal man, "and that
is why I like to sell and recommend
Mi-o-na, the dyspepsia remedy. The
distribution of samples that I made
created so much talk and so large a
proportion of those who received a
sample have bought a box of Mi-o-na
that my clerks have teen busy selling
the medicine ever since. . I have so
much faith in this article that I am
going to guarantee it in .the future, and
will return the money to nny purchaser
ot Mt-o-ua whom it does not help. That
may seem rash but rav customers have
said so many good words in its favor
that I do not expect to have many pack
"Anyone who has dvspepsiu, whose
food does not digest well, ami who has
to tako thought as to what ho can eat,
and when, can leave 30 cents deposit
nt my store and take home a box of
.Mi-o-na nnd if the remedy does not
regulate his digestion and help his
lyspepsm he cm withdraw his money
I don't know but what we would be
willing to pity him interest."
This shows great faith in the merit
of .Mt-o-na. It is really a most unus
ual medicine and the rapid increase of
sales since Daniel J. Frv introduced it
in Salem shows that it does all that it
is claimed to do relieves dyspepsia,
regulates digestion and enables those
who use it to eat just what they want
with no fear of trouble after.
Friends With Miners
In Colorado Camp
Berwind, Colo., Sept. 21. Miners at
the Berwind "grub shack" of the Colo
rado Fuel and Iron company still talked
today of their meal with 'one of the
richest men in the world vesterday.
That waa John D. Rockefeller, Jr., out
on a. "get acquainted" trip of inspec
tion of his properties and men for the
first time In eleven years.
Tl... . ...
.'""K niuui-uiiiiionaire was
democratic. Without any formality he
took his turn at the single tin basin,
outside the shack and after "washing
up" dried his hands and face oa the
community roller towel,
In shirt sleeves, just like the trrimv
men about him, he sat down to a dinner
of beans, mashed potatoes, beef with
plenty or gravy, broad and butter, black
coffee aud rhubarb and grape pie.
"These look bully," said Kockefeller
as he lifted a big dish of steaming
baked beans. "I'll start them going."
"You'll have pot luck," said the
Irishman presiding over the shack.
' "That suits me." replied the oil kina
Tony Sardakowski, engineer of an ore
train, sooty and attired in greasv over
alls, sat at Rockefeller' left. The camp
superintendent, Tom Davis, was at hi
right. Introductions were thus:
"Mr. Iktrovich, Mr. Rockefeller."
During the strike, it might have cost
Rockefeller life to enter the shack.
guards, though his private secretary and
d itn a ur nnv Mfi'nni no rii.t i .. ...
cu.upany omeiai Kept close watch.
WORLD '8 SEMES OCT. BTH.
Chicago. Sent. 21. lUn n
president of the American league and
a member of the National Baseball com
mission,, today tentatively set October
, the next day after the season dotes
as the date tor the opening of the
It i understood that Carry Iterr
man of the commission. fvor"openlng
h irrie oa the th. but it is generally
ui-iirru mat jottmoa will have his
may finally succeed
c in a aeiirhtuiriito
.v...,. t tuc matnoa or diplomacy
I .urely the wideapread iW of ki.
method of diplomacy
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PANT OF CALIFORNIA
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Los Angeles, Cal., Sept. 21.
Undertakers in an embalming
establishment here were start
led today when Mrs. Mary
Keogh, aged 27, who had been
taken into the place, supposedly
dead uttered low moans, sat up
the attendants and asked:
"What room is this "
Mrs. Keogh, who is ill, had
wandered f rem her home and
fallen unconscious in front of
the morgue. The police were
notified. A patrolman pro
nounced her dead. S'.ie was cov
ered with a sheet and curried
into the enibaliiiing room. Af
ter Mrs. Keogh "came tci life"
she was taken to the receiving
A Salem Citizen Gives Information of
When you suffer from backache,
Headaches, dizziness, nervousness.
Feci weak, languid, depressed,
Have annoying urinary disorders;
Do you know what to dot
Some Salem people do.
. Read the statement that follows. .
It's from a Salem citizen.
Testimony that can be investigated:
C. W. Hill, wagon maker, 1HM9 Uorth
Front street, Salem, says: "I hnd more
or less backache nnd my kidneys were
disordered. Donn's Kidney Fills have
always relieved me in a short time. I
know of several other peoplo who have
taken Donn's Kidney Pills with good
results. You may continue publishing
the statement I gave before, recom
Fnce 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Donn's Kidney Fills the same that
Mr. Hill had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y,
Strangling of Mrs. Baker
Still Unsolved Mystery
San Francisco, Sept. 21. Whether the
circumstances surrounding the atrnnrr.
ling of Mrs. Mary Baker of Los Angeles
in a local rooming house Sundnv niirht
will be learned was believed today to
hinge upon finding of the vountr mnn
who posed as Mrs. Baker' "nephew."
Alter a tnorougb search of the wo
mnn 'a effects nnd the rented room, the
police are at a loss to uiuVerstnnd whnt
motive would prompt the murder of an
apparently poor woman, without per
sonal chnrm, money or jewels.
The only two explanation occuring
w iuo jiuuce so inr are tnat there was
either somo relation between the mur-
uerea woman and the man, which grew
obnoxious to him; or, she was an ac-
vumpuce or --rence" for a gang of
Search for the slayer of the woman
turned from San Francisco to Los An
geles todny for the police now believo
he joined a former sweetheart, or pos
sibly a wife, after committing the
That the slayer was a married man
and that Mrs. Baker, because of inti
mate connections, may have threatened
to tell the wife, i considered quite po-
l.cs importance ia attached today to
"'"'PT0' dipping and pictures
found In the woman' room. That the
picture is that of some cabaret favorite
i considered probable.
Mr. Baker is thought to have been
an employe of a cafeteria in Lo Ange-
...u ,1,-wnite uicntincatinn i ex
pected to come from the southern city.
Member of Bandit Gang
San Francisco, Sept. 21.-U the wo-
.W? J". Mr"' Ma,y kw who
wa itrannled to .lc.iv, i- .
v : - - - ruomtnrr
h .TLnrtT-WM m""r of a bandit
rins tt.. , 7, ' oannit
f?.:?0.l" !" "Wlsh her real
iwiiMiT wltnin a fear hnii.
I identity within f v...
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The Wind Blows J
The first gentle touch
of autumn winds is a re
minder. It suggests that it is
time to . eo over the I
wardrobe and see what
It is the messenger of
ending summer and
cooler days ahead. j
And it is a hint that t
it is time to familiarize
one's self with the right
places to buy.
And in such a season i
the advertising in the i
Dailv Capital Journal is
of great assistance.
man were taken by Detectives Sergeant
Juel, of the identification bureau, anl
will be ent to the police department,
in many cities throughout the country
to ascertain if she waa ever under ar
Must Be Destroyed Before Catarrh It
self Can ..Be ..Cured, say Specialist
Wonderful Results from Breathing
Modicine taken into the stomach will
never cure catarrh. And neither will the
spray, douches, lotions, dreams ana
other temporary reliefs that so many
catarrh victime make a habit of using.
To cure catarrh bo it won't come back
yon must first drive from your boay
the million of germs that are flourish
ing in the inner recesses of your nose
and throat and are causing the
There i"a preparation which doe thi
called Hyomei (pronounced High-o-me).'
Hyomei is a germ killing vaporized i
formed from the purest oil of Eucalyp
tus combined with other healing and
antiseptic 'ingredient. You breathe
Hyomei through the mouth and nose by
mean of a little hard rubber inhaler
which druggist furnish with it. This
medicated germicidal air penetrate in
to every fold and crevice or wo
mucou membrane of your nose ana
throat, kill the catarrh germ that
lodge there, soothe, reduce and heal
the swollen inflamed membrane, stop
the discharge and opens up the clogged
nose and air passage in a truly wonder
ful way. It give blessed relief in five
minute from catarrhal diatress of every
Mnd and if you make a practice of
breathing Ilyomol for a few minute
each day for' just a few week not only
Will all t Via .nn,.,tnm. n aatarrti vanish
but the disease itself wtll.be a thing- ef
the past. No one need try or buy Hyo
mei on pure faith. Daniel J. Fry and
many other leading druggists in Salem
and vicinity sell it with the positive
guarantee that it must enre tatarrh or
that the money paid for it will be re
funded. Hyomei is very inexpensive
nnd with this protecting guarantee be
hind your nurcKan. (tiara ia absolutely
no reason why any sufferer from ctrrk
j print oi the dead
wo- thould not give it a fair trial.