THE PAS;? FREE PRESS. rf.fcftH -3F! Cars Gotiie _ • '' . • ' ' . '•"•'• : : ' "' --' '••!..!O' - *i ..' ." ' , . Last year, more small tears,, using 30 x 3-i, 3 : 0 x 3 l /2't or <31 x;4~incH tire;s,^ere^factory. ! ; equipped with Goodyear Tires than with any other kind.. i : : This is plainly: a result of the^hi^i^relatiye value .produced 'inv'^e^t : ;sniall^^dKs : '"f3y Gobdyear*s enormous resources and scrupulous care. . They represent the sarnie intense ehdea\ r or to supply utmost satisfaction in tites that has laid the basis for the s marked preference which exists everywhere) for Goodyear Tires in the larger sizes. ••';..• > This real Goodyear value in tires is available for your Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell, or other small car, at our nearest Service Station,; Go there for these tires and Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. 30x3 1 /2 Goodyear Double-Cure Fabric, All-Weather Tread 1_ 30x3% Goodyear-Single-Cure Fabric, Anti-Skid Tread Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes are thick,* strong tubes that reinforce casings properly. .WKy-risfc a good casing witti a cheap tube? Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost little more than, tubes of less merit. 30x3'/£ isize 61 water- S'lQQ proof bag -, ^_^_ -mM „. — , ^~~*. Chinese Student* Flock to ' to the "fact tiiat the^Ghlnese^; are . no longer -^attracted "by German : unlTerrt;, ties or -Japanese-f-t'oUfegeSir owing -ito the war and thft?Chlneie'ife«Ung over the Shantung aff«lr,~Anoth«r r«Mon Jot tSelK^holce.'otsFrinc* l».that;O>e Unlf&T SVAtas. lwipoBe«;:r«strlcUon«] np-, on< OTfriWe tmmlsrnnta; ,-t ^j/v ;Wr-Yr> ^ 'affords f France )a« ' al ' aii : d- intellectual,": )Ohlna;nof tomor-/ Towife'-'B<reWci» ;trim»port*tioa-i com-. panl^i treiibffirinf 'th» Ghlnet* chcupi nteil'-bf < transportation to ibrlnii them '' ' ready In France studying? the;imod«ni gclenttHcymett^SiofJindustry, ;nnanee,i 'commerce' and >«frtcultur«.: -^ :';.,;' American!'' sympathisers, : l»clujllng Mnte!>?grigh«aj le; Boux, iMrs^ Hei^an Duryea'iandi'Mrs. William; Aator^GnaB- ler, have ;provlded ; a tent : »s: an orpui- Izatlofl ' center,i for : ;tne,.n«w, .a)rr.lyal'a, r; ;. These: ehineserfhay« ; vow.edj,ti»,,li^e cleanly and- frugally and., to, abstain from gambling and opium,, smoking., /Bwo eighteen-y ear-old girls ,are pioneers of their -sex among the •students. They i . arrived . clad . In . talior-made gowns. Scores more of Chinese girl* are expected -to follow. ..._• i...;.. See Brooks' Garage for your year Requirements Why He Believe*: In Spirit*; The rpresident _ of Temple. university, Rev. Dr.- Russell H. Conwell;; .of :PhI}a- delphla, believes we "are, upon 'ttie borderland of great discoveries." Dr. OoAwell. has, caused countrywide Irir terest;. through his statenient. that he has; held Verbal communlcatidri 1 with the spirit of his wife.; , Dr. Gqnweli believes that we are surrbundea' by 1 an invisible':world of~spirits-- which! arfe . cognizant of our acts anel! thoughts'and can under certain con- .dltlous .communicate with us.. . '" " ; He • withheld "his disclosure, for years because the whole question .lias 1 been; so becloudijd; and'' surrounded, with' fraud and^ deception. He; says that spiritualism, so called, has been •> made the tool of, conscienceless mediums,' fakirs and charlatans who have exploited themselves to such an extent that It. has discouraged serious scientific investigation and called -Into question the most convincing testimony. ' . . . - . • .-• He finds, references In the Bible which seem to hear out his "belief In TTOW UQHI '/IS 1 CJUT Off J1 V' VT IN COTS STREET* BY TpAVBiRJNO SKTSOKA^KPi . W. 'Fltzp'aiti'ick, the ircfcl- t* who' v hneXKeeii- 'calledi^tk* r tect .thei Popular ;S<ienc« some .statistics,- as;. 1O; the, -jshaj-'^ " ows : cast>.bV< very .high buil'dl' Adiims ' ,-. s ( .,,;. w. 875-feet'iB.; which lB:A93::fe«t high, ffeeflri^lehgthj'tii* Singer, to.wi«r;,' whlcUMs !5*J feet high, one 44OT feet ; f in?' length, and the , ; W««D$-j, wdrHi - Wwer; < which v Is ..TSl', feet., hlglV.Jon* 1;685 feet In length. ._; :-_. ''"'StHne?' skyscrapers cast; sh»€l- '..«** 'from ;atisiith'.rto a third^ot l •/• ml)*''in length; on surrounding ! ,pr6p%'rty.vrj Th\i» the Kq.ultal^* buliaing'* ; shadow <«t noon ; «B ..Deiiiferober 21;: Istf about . of ' : a^mUe •ln>Jengthir iy h eh velops J an ,••««•> -o* acre's. • ^ 'Yet'> the gronnd : the 5 Equitable, building: :'• ? "The'-sh'adow cuts: off! att . stilhe'irbmthe-BroBdway. -facade of 'th'e' :i United: 'States.-: Realty; bull'dingi'i- .which.: IB' :,21^ •, storie* h'lghi ! The New -Tork'Tiaeian*, Mortgage Company building,;, 14; stories high? and- the -Washing- ••'ton'-'lJUe -Insurance, building, >19: stories high, are* both compietev ly shaded: ; The south side ; of the Singer tower IB 'Shaded to. a height of 27 stories.. The near* est- part of the Olty Investing buildliig, 400 feet away, Is la shadow for 24 of Its 26 stories, Even -part-iof the ; -New. Tork^ Telephone building north of Cortlandt street Is shadowed by the Equitable building. spiritual care and help •who have died, -j from those HOW WIRELESS 'PHONES ' HAVE AIDED IN REDUCING LOSSES BY FIBE. —The wireless telephone, as a result of a season's tryout, during .which the handicaps of ' "packing-" Instruments) over a thirty-mile mountainous trail, the perils of^passing through a forest fire, and numerous other tests were applied, has been pronounced a success for forest service work by officials of the service, according ! to an announcement from district head. quarters at Mtssoula, -Mont, Hereafter, the announcement says, wireless telephone Instruments are to be a part of the standard equipment of the Xor- est .service. At the direction of Chief Forester William S. Graves, tests, of this plan of communication were initiated In this district last season by H. A. Adams, telephone, engineer, who was assisted h\ Everett Cutting. United States signal corps standard sets were selected for the experiment, ami one was placed in position, .after almost interminable difficulties, at the Mud Creek ranger station, near the Lolo hot springs; Montana and another at Beaver Ridpe, Idaho. ' While the air-line distance ue- t\veen the two stations is but 12 '-mile's, the distance by trail is 30 miles, rrtuclr, wf It' almost impassable even with pack animals. At last, however, after mishaps that included pnclt horses off the trail, packs displaced and rolling down mountainsides, and batteries and • equipment all but lost, the antennae ..were hung high on convenient pines. "The sets were used during the ^ fire, season 7bf 1919 in reporting 'i iires^and'.'otheryi'lse In the carry' ing', pn/of iaife.:fire'^campaign iwl.th ;r:.emln.ently satisfactory results," say* the forest service statement.'- -.-.-.• • ..L, Get Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets That is the joyful cry of thousand! ance Dr. Edwards produced Olive TaDlets/.the.substitute for calomel:. - Dr. Edwards, a practicing physician for 17 years and calomel's old-time enemy, discovered the formula for Olive Tablets while treating patients for •ironic constipation and torpid livers. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do not contain calomel; but a healing, soothing vegetable laxative. .' .•; ,: Nognping is the "keynote" of these nttte sugar-coated, olive-colored tablets. They cause the bowels and liver to act normally. They never force them to unnatural action. '.'. If,y.ou.hare a."dark brown mouth"— l>ad breath--a dull, tired feeling—-sick headache—torpid liver—constipation, you'll find quick, sure and pleasant results from one or two of Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets at bedtime. Thousands take them every night just to keep right. Try them. lOc and 25c. ENGLISH SPEECH FOR WORLD Belgian Professor Favors Its Adoption as Language of all Nations. Stockholm.—English would undoubtedly be the most suitable as a world language, in the opinion of Professor Caruoy of Louvain university, Belgium. 'He made this statement In Lhe'Torn of a reply tp the question addressed by. the Northern Peace society to prominent linguists In various countries as to which language would be best adapted to universal use. After declaring'in favor of 'English, Ml Campy wrote: ' '. • • '• '•'''!•'. ' '"The German and French- languages have.lost their place through;thts'^war. Tlio English language Is a hospitable rone, being, a kind o£ compromise. be twcen the Latin -and -Germanic tongues ;:also it Is simple and is;-s T poli- en by most progressive nations' of.the world, and 1ms pfte of the most betiuti-. ful literatures of'modern times."- Why Moses Foroade Pork. Presuinnbl.y the reason Moses ha'd for forbidding pork to the Israelites ' was .tliiit The onting of pig-meat was proved accounlahle Tot! the disease now-cnlled "trichinosis." . That dreadful imilnily is rare nowadays becntise we cook our pork thoroughly, and-' :ui.v "trichinae" that, it may contain are killed by-the heat. . Not until recently, however. ' has It come to be known • that trichinosis is really a disease of (ho rat. Pig-sties are usually hiiuntetl by those four- 'footec! vermin, which the pigs often kill and eat, thereby necomlng infected. The pig. however, serves rueivly as an "intermediate Host" for the parasite, which, when taRen*al!ve into the Iranian body,, proceeds to multiply at a fabulous rate, the tiny wqrmllke or- gBnisins'invniling'the tissues with serious and ofttimos fatal results. Anna Gould Aids Aviators. Paris.—The Kcsciusko squadron of American aviators on the Polish'front has found a muoh^ieeded godmother In the Duchess de Talleyrand, formerly Anna Gould of New Tori;. The duchess, has presented l,fX)0 -francs to the .squadron. Tbe\ pilots receive only $25 monthly and their food and winter clothing "therefore •were deficient. • .' ' • ... : When volunteering for the squad- ron.the Americans declined the offer of the Poles of greater pay, saying that they would take only the amount the' Polish aviators received. Therefore they were overjoyed at the gift of the duchess, which come as a eur- prise. HOW Chemist Has Put Coal to Work. • The.chemist has endowed coal with- a. multiple indispensnbility to. civilization, lii addition to its utilization in its primal s.ln'le. as the cheapest available source of heat-upon which •all industry and humnn .comfort depend, It Is the raw material of the. .coal-tar chejnlcnl Industry; which, ranges in its growing amplitude from th'e by-product cbke ovcii .and the .production of Industrial fuel and illuminating gas, iammonia,-nnd 'fertilizer. to the manufacture -of "dyes,. :phatm- aceuticals, photographic chemicals, motor fuels ' and industrial solvents. Why Indian le Honored. On a. hillock overlpoking .the town of frobblnsville,' the' county seat of Graham, one of the southwestern counties of North Carolina, Is to be erected a memorial to the Cherolcee Indian warrior • Junaluska, "I ' .tried, t but failed." Junaluska was always re- .ferrred to.by. the jsiirly white settlers as the "friendly Indian." He was born in the mouritahjs of Chercilcee couury, Nor.th Carol Inn,' in 1758. At'tlie battle of Horse Shoe .Bend, Gen. Andrew Jackson with liis white troops-had the Greek Indians-hemmed in sit the-bend< of the river. Junaluska;'who had previously attached himself to Jackson's force's,, .intuitively, grasped the situn-. tion and • swam .-the river ' and cut loose the Creeks' canoes. Being unable to escape iu their boats, the hostile Indians were surrounded by Jackson's men an'd decisively beaten. In recognition of Junnluska'syexpioit and signal assistance to the white 1 men, the movement to place this memprial on the Graham county hillside has been undertaken. . How. Expression Originated. .There- have been many explanations made as to the origin of the expression, "I'm Prom Missouri, 'You've" Opt 'to Show life"' One of tiie latesfc. was made by a Kansas City man;. which, according, to the Kansas ;,<2)tjf _ Star, was as follows: The marriage laws In Missouri IB-. the. early., days w^ere so loose tjiat.'Miy— one could get..marrled wltiiout answer- Ing many, questions, in 1S31 a law was passed making. It a jnisdemeanorr for a. minister, pr'.a. jiiitJce to marry* persons not having a.state license. It • also set the age of marrlageabie' wonv— en. at. eighteen, years. -. If: the applieanf for a license did not know the ag%of the bride-elect, he, had .to produce tier- to the license clerk and let him her age. When the applicant .went" after the girl she naturally asked whjr- she had to go along to get the M>cense*When : told "that tbe"laTV refjulr«d- Jier esihlbition she remarked: "Oh, yotfvs- got to show me, 'have you." This o&* - curred many times during the flrsfc" year or- so of the -law's eaforcameat! i and became a byword. I Thus Missouri became known> as th«-"show me" state. • • , . . How Canada Honors Heroes. '. The names of the-60,000 Canadians killeS in .tlie''.world 1 ;vjar will be inscribed on the walls of a churdi which will be erected .In -Notre Dauie- de. Grace; : a suburb of "Montreal. The church will be used by the -cupibmed congregations of the Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd and Trinity church. /. .. New Ftrtllizcr. A Kennebec rjver farmer tried the experiment of mixing eight cords of seaweed with barn dressing as fertilizer for his potato crop, the last season and had the satisfaction of seeing the potato patch yield the inrgect -:rop In years. WHOLE FAMILIES FREED FROM COLDS Half a century breaking . colds u behind Dr.'King's New Discovery ^ Why She Was Not Thankful. Father had got for .himself a dose of Iron, quinine and strychnine. He had poured, it Into- half a glass of water and had gone after .something. to. take the taste out of'Tiis nioutli' when he swallowed:.the- medicine. While he. was gone little seven-year- old June came into'the kitchen .after a drink of water.' Of course she saw father's glass of medicine'and thinking It was water took a, good swallow. •'.Father cumeback 'into jthe' room just •as "she was spitting, and "trying to 'get that bitter taste awayJ "Was that your medicine?." she asked him.- . He nodded his hehd ; and then essayed u joke.' "Buf : you're welcome;"he said. "No, I.-litn not," she 'retorted.- "I couldn't be, 'cause I'm not even thankful." •' " . How "Lost Workers" Are Traced. Patterned after investigations In America by Joseph H. Willits of 1-Philadelphia, JEnginnd is now making:" Inquiry into the subject of "lost workers"-'—men and.; women who disappear.. 'Captain Green\yood, for the government, has .finished an investigation UK 16 munition factories employirig.riipr& than 40,000-. '-woman .workers. .Two thousand left because of ill health anffi '. 8,000 gave no reason when they q'»it»-.. . being divided, in these classifications^. To' get uiarried. moving front tbc- district, required at home, wages insufficient, and other.employment. . ''There Is no panacea for disbas^.- but ther.e is one.'promising reined?., namely, organized; \velfare work. the factories where there are ^ How Danzig Is Protected! . Along the. Vistula side of the -city of Danzig. are large' fortifications, stretch" ing, almost to. "NenfahVwasser. The. three land side's 1 - of the city can be In-. undated by the opening' ; of -great water ized . welfare; departments '.the -wastage unaccounted for is below the »T~ - erage." • .< How Fish Aided Salomon; According to 'tiie Koran ' King. Soloiiion recovered his throne by a fish restoring him the talisman ring;. by virtu\e of which he held dominios- over all the devils.' Still more ancient is? the recovery -of Sakuntnla's .ring by n flsh, which thas tnabled 1 King .Dasyanta to marry the Utdy of lils-iove. , From ' the fancy: of , ; thev-Aryan- , T poat' has descended ! au immense progeny of ' treasure-retrieving ^fishes, : and the rlag: of Sakuntaln, like the mngic circlet oS 1 the Persian. story, has begotten . SB .merahle rings exactly like itself. How Whitman Got NicknamK'- It originated during the Civil At that time Whitman was holding government clerkship in Washingtoni F OM'therllttle tots to grandma, every one in the family can • use this fifty-years-the-standard remedy in perfect safety and confident of beneficial results. Incessant cougtung,. .disagreeable grippe,- stubborn cold promptly checked, the phlegm dissipated, the congestion loosened. Same high quality today as always. Dr. King's New Discovery Jives -up to .its time-tested reputation. 60c.- and $1.20 a bottle. The Resultsjif Constipation are sick headaches, biliousness; nervousness, sallow skin, waste matter In 'the body. Correct this undermining evil 7 with Dr. King's . New Life Pills. Feel good every day. K*tp the 'system ' aac. a bottle, ' and was devoted in his service to slefc?: and wounded soldiers in the hospttals.- He was a man of Inrge frame and- ate gates, built iu the middle ages, and heavy gray hair and. long Irenrfl- gnv»- . modernized before the great war. TMs.j him a distinguished appearance.- 3&Inundation can be controlled ( by .the' military engineers, and at Its greatest extent would make'of Danzig a fort on a'distant Island, requiring an attack by a naval fprpn. And the inundati.on 1865 W. O.' O'Connor, also a ment employee and a magazine writer of the period, wrote an intensely c~a- loglstic pamphlet about Whitman, entitled, "The Good Grey Poet." It toete ..wonl'd be of fresh watm-./not the ^salt I noia < of tne popular imagination ' BSS&- water .that the Belgians aljpwed to gtucfc' pour over their land in the hectic days ' of 1014, ..n' ypluutary^ sacrifice of the agricultural value of'the soil for the cause of humanity. How to Achieve Oitf Age, Light diet, sobriety and consideraKJw muscular, exercise were given as metwsep ._ •,...,• , *y which -old age may: be a.ttainetj fcjr How France . U.lnj, Water Power., ,,,.„, wlflal rece ntly In n discns*»- ntUlzatlon of; water power in - tefore the Academy .of Sciences •'•£-l, n « m^^ non ,i ™™:th™ nv _ ._ E oassiighe's "Treatise bf : '<l "! The speaker nsserted oM »s»- \;i more-common today than ID : «tb*r- f -has increased more':thnn TO per cent since the .commencement .of ; the war.'and by^tih^ end'of 182-1 the " j I. airallable wster" power will he 'double flie;aniouht ln»t«n«a; «t : ttie -""••—*• of-the ! wbr. .Fiovj.-.jawT. times, 'pplnMng out ^ that there v ceBte«)«rtnn«! reported In tics issued during the last year.
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