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BATTLE CREEK, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, llt. THE ENQUIRER AND EVENING NEWS Try a Classified A.i for results. TRY A "TLASSIHEP A TV' TODAY Vie Cnred In to 14 nays Prifcsrlsts refund inooeT If TAZO OISTMKNT fails to cure ltchlnp. ltllnd, HleeJinj? or Protruding riles. Stops Irritation; Soothes and Heals.

You can pet restful slen after th Carter Glass Goes to Senate Many Now Anxious to Become New Head of Treasury Costly Quarrels "Confound those feminine squabbles! They cost me a lot of money." "How?" "Whenever my wife quarrels with another woman the gets up a big dinner party sa as to nub the other woman by not inviting her." New Haven Register. first application. Trice COc. (Adv.) SIT WILSON IS PHYSICAL AND MENTKL WRECK DONT Forget to see th fin Stationery Christmas Cards at ETHEL CARPENTER 10 X. Jefferson Ave.

Jl. Ford Decorating Co. lations committee of both houses of congress have pledged Lansing their support. Senator Townsend of Michigan is firmly convinced that President "Wilson ought not hold hia office. He believes that the president is incapacitated.

Under the constitution the vice president shall assume the duties of chief executive of the nation when the president is disabled. But, the question in the mind of Senator Townsend is, "how are wo to determine that disability and who has the power to do so." So far, no legal authorities have answered. There is no precedent. The president is equal to the United States senate DRESSMAKER GOWNS, COATS. SKIRTS.

COATS HE LINED. 59 West Main, rtoom 4, Upstairs. Bell l'honc 33:6. declare that with the president Incapacitated and congress openly hostile to the administration, the situation at what is admitedly a critical time in American history, Is far from reasuring to say the least. Bar AH from Bedside.

The news is rapidly spreading through the country that the optimistic reports which emenate from the white house every now and then as to the marked improvement of the president's condition are not being supported or corroborated by any relaxatuon of the impenetrable cordon which has been thrown about the executive mansion by the direction of the attending physicians and Mrs. Wilson. SV' SC' CATARRH a Pleasant, Healing; Just Breatbe It Quickly Ended by Antiseptic Air. Complete Seclusion Maintained for Hira, Not Even Cabinet Memisss Being Admitted. and to the supreme court, and if he i does not care to declare himself un- 1 iv.

The little hard rubber Hyomei inhaler which you can get at Amherc Murphy Drug Co. or any reliable druggist ran easily be carried in pocket or puree. It will last a life time. Into this inhaler you pour a few drops of the pure healing oil of liy- The tact wax me prtu.n. Ue tQ do the work there is no Sr fH v.

4 not been auowea to see ur of his cabinet members for manv days, and that Senator Hitch visable means to compel him to resign and to let the vice president have the riegns. LANSING IS AT THE HELM omei. TMta a ntiQnrhfd tn sanHapn-l cock was unable to see htm as late KEEP STRONG One bottle of pure, emulsified Norwegian cod liver oil taken now, may do you more good than a dozen taken a month hence. It's more economical to give your body help before resistance to disease is broken down. A very little Scotts Emulsion OF PURE NORWEGIAN COD-LIVER OIL goes a long way in sustaining strength and keeping up resistance.

Resolve that you will buy a bottle of Scott's as last Saturday, more than offset MINISTER WANTS TO HELr in the public mind the statements Js only naturai tbat one Wh has that the president is rapidly improv-j been relieved -from t)uffring shoum (feel grateful and want to lielp others. in- Itev. W. F. M.

Swjndole, SIS Elm Lansing at the Helm. Macon, writes: 'My kidneys pave mucn trouble before I took Foley Not since the Mexican situation Kldney pniS- My 8leep is uot di(i. i taroinrv 1 turbed now and my back seems to Secretary of State Is Handling The Mexican Situation. Backed by Congress. nHi'it i iu.

ii i. i tie pause within and now you are ready to breathe it in over the germ infested membranes where it will speedily beyin its work of banishing ontnrrhiil perms and ending Catarrn. lTyomti is made of Australian eucalyptus combined with othe antiseptics and is very pleasant to breathe. It is guaranteed to ban'sh catarrh, bronchitis. Influenza, tousilitis.

sore throat, croup, eouphs and colds or money back. It often cleans out a stuffed up head and opens clogged nostrils in 'two minutes. Complete outfit. including inhaler and one bottle of nynnifl, costs but little, while extra bottles. If afterward needed, may be obtained at any druggist for a few cents.

(Adv.) 5tV UUVC guiicu luujyicicij' writ. uiu It'll cinalib A wnnl T.nnsinir had an aucuence .4 111' 111. 1 hy suffer rr ruil Mlxfer. TTasMacton Tlfpr'- i.m:.'v.- -f the Tnquirer nrnt Now. I President Wilson.

This statement is for Foley Kidney rills." tv, rnntrv' nnd from aelies and pains, sore I most astounding to the country ana or di8turbi muscles. tl.r r.ton. IVc, C. Serious dif- Washington.

One of these may bo the now Secretary of the Treasury to succeed Carter Glass, just appointed U. S. senator from Virginia. They are above, left to richt. Representative Swagar Sher- to leading senators.

r. i der trouble when vou can procure has been compelled to take sole re- suh a good remedy (Adv.) Emulsion at your druggist's on your way home, and start protecting your strength. The exclusive rrade of cod-llrer oil used in Sctt'a EbiWmi the faaiona ''S. B. made in JJorwmy and renned in our A erica Laboratories.

It is a guarantee of purity and palaubiiity uniaryassed. Scott Bowne. N. J. 19-2J ice the nation in sponsion ity of a situation wneie M.

si crisis. The- subject ro- Try a Classified Ad for results. Try a Classified Ad for results. firni TYiTiifl Tfniwr Pnmniis. and sioner of Internal Revenue; below, Charles S.

Hamlin, governor of tha Federal Keserve JJoard. i of the branches of v.rnrmr.t, but eidences of 'v inside of legislative and friendship of a sister repuouc threatened. The notes which the United States have sent forth have not been seen by the president and Secretary Lansing can only hope that the president will approve his course of action. However there is one bright joy upon the international spectacle. That is.

the foreign re- of the govern- -utivo branches 'XtH" me dei are seen. iwpuunwus in tho senate axe both tiA the executive officials hirh oir.cers claim that Prefi- Stvse etui3 horible muddle of the Mexican situation. "What the United States ought to do," said the Michigan senator, "is COMPANY IF SHIN BREAKS OUT 10 ITCHES APPLY SULPHUR to back up everything they say with men, guns and ammunition." Visitors to Washington from every section of tho country have all brought the report that the continued illness of the president is the cause of nation-wide concern. They "Oh Mama! Mama! See the Dolie" Remarked a little girl as she was going to Schroders' Baso ment. She fell down twice while getting there.

A grown person would have been carried away to a hospital if they ft(l on the stairs twice as hard as she did. Did she cry? Not much. It was the dollies she saw. The unbounded joy that she felt upon seeing the Toy Department was tho universal antidote for all aches Hmmps, and everything else. She forgot.

If you see It you'll remember-how you were a child once then you will remember your own child, niece, nephew or neighbors child. It's a joy to all try it. Easement at Schroders' formation that Carranza was massing bandits on the border in pre-pration for a murderous and plundering foray into the American border towns and ranches. Another democrat, Senator Shields of Tennesee, called the senate's attention to the belief that the Arizona senator did not make his case strong enough. He suggested that the resolution be one declaring war upon Mexico.

Townsend Incensed. Senator Charles B. Townsend of Michian is incensed at the "inactivity and mismanagement of the whole Mexican situation. He stated that since the democrats had been in power they had made a wicked and IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIC is a jmiysicat anu mui nirffk, and that the nation is vt without a president. War Department.

Tuosdaj. Senator Ashurst, from Arizona accused the war department of mismanagement troops in their efforts v. ect the lives and property of within the bounds of this He said in part. 'I have urged for eigrht years that the war department perfect their attempts of protecting the vvs of Americans front Mexican murderers and bandits. But I have f'ailtd.

I nm tired of going to the war department and pleading with ofTicials in The only results I.avr- been the excuses of urgent business but I find that these of-f. go to the country and play golf in the afternoon, instead of studying and making efforts to correct their mistakes. I hate to pay this, because these officials are democrats, men of my own party." Forsees Another Raid. Whereupon the border senator introduced a resolution calling upon the War department to provide adequate protection for American lives within the United States. He said that he had just received serious in- Just the moment you apply Men-tho-Sulphur to an itching, burning or broken out skin, the itching stops and healing begins, says a noted skin specialist.

This sulphur preparation, made into a pleasant cold cream, gives such quick relief, even to fiery eczema, that nothing has ever been found to take its place. Because of its germ destroying properties, it quickly subdues the itching, cools the irritation and heals the eczema right up, leaving a clear, smooth skin in place of ugly eruptions, rash, pimples or roughness. You do not have to wait for improvement. It quickly shows. You can get about two ounces of Men-tho-Sulphur for a few cents at any Sleep? J1 Treat TOT iesry laszcs.

Does a dry cough keep you awake? KEMP'S BALSAM will stop the tickle, that makes you cough GUARANTEED. drug store. (Adv.) "It Make the Meal" Perfumes for Christmas A nice bottle of perfume put up in p. handsome (Christmas Box with fancy lining would be a very acceptable present. The Lord Baltimore Perfumes in a nice assortment will be found at the toilet jroods counter.

The different scents are Siren, Lilac, Japanese Incense, Garden of Allah, Valley of the Lily, and Garden of Roses. Prices range from 49c to 75c. Melba Toilet Waters are always nice. The come in Lilac, Hose and Lov-me. 50c to $1.00.

Toilet Goods Counter Main Floor For salads, hot and cold Ski mfmxAA meats, fish, etc. Urder a bottle today. Your dealer has It. Hlfftilt ftNB OUAftAWTCEO BY BEN T.HOSKING BROTHER CHICAGO Safe Milk is tic jorau A COMPLETE ration mada by Call at the Art Shop the new line, of CHRISTMAS CARDS, SEALS and NOVELTIES. ART and GIFT SHOP CONNER AND WAY 17 North McCamly Street dairvmen for dairymen perfectly Warm Hosiery for Frigid Weather There are a great many people who want to w-ear warm hosiery during this chilly weather.

For such demands wre are selling the following: balanced, "containing no rt mill-waste" and useless "by-products, "Nutritious Diet for All Ages Cuick Lunch at Home or Office IroiJ Imitations and Substitates Silk some and requiring NO OTHER FEED except ensilage, hay, grass, cr other roughage. Just a palatable, nutritious, health-sustaining feed, composed only of the best feeding parts of fresh, 6weet grains and concentrated feeds finely ground and packed in. clean, white cotton sacks, a hundred pounds to the bag. Sand for cpecial booklet free on "Care of th Dairy Or' Fof world-beating, record-smashing milk and butter yioWs, fe9d Steve B3 W4V Alsvays lcofe fox the red disk, the cow and thd 44," Ladies Hosiery Hand resses Ladies Fleeced Lined Hose in plain or ribbed top. 40c, liOc Ladies Fleeced Lined IIospi in Out Sizes 40c, 50c, 60c Ladies Wool Hose a good quality of part wool hose is offered for 60c Fine Wool Cashmere Hose for ladies is offered in black and white a pair.

a 4 ARMSTRONG AGNEW 33 Vest State St. Citz 4413 Bell 113-J Children's Hosiery Children's Fleece Lined is offered at 40c and 50c. Wool Hose for Children come at 75c and 90c a pair. SURE! BIG TIME? If You Smoke for Real Enjoyment You will like El Producto! For Afternoon and Dinner Wear In this excellent offering of handsome dresses will be found materials of messaline, crepe meteor, crepe de chine, moon-glo satin in both the straight and the draped effects. A'estee effects in many, of Fantasie and Tricoletle.

Many trimmed with silk embroidery others with silk chenlile and beaded effects. Among them will be found all sizes represented. The colorings comprise all the season's best. Prices are $25.00 to $57.50. Third Floor Schroders.

Warm Sleeping Wear Men's Hosiery AUDITORIUM Saturday Night DANCING EVERY TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS GENTLEMEN 50c I'LUS WAR TAX LADIES 25c YOU ARE INVITED Mens Wool Hose are 50c and 60c a pair. Men's Wool Cashmere Hose in black, grey and natural at 60c. You will thoroughly enjoy its subtle blend of fine Havana, wrapped in carefully selected shade-grown leaf. Infants' Hosiery Half Wool Hose for Infants. Half Wool Hos( for Infants 40c Fine Wool Hose comes at 60c Silk and Wool Hose for Infants at 75c.

Hoisery Department Main Floor. You will enjoy ElProauctoV mild, vet distinctive cl acter; its fragrant aroma; its smooth, even smoking quality. Every pleasant puff will bring real cigar enjoyment. 5S-S3 i r3 i1 i 7. i Of Finest Outing Flannel The BRIGHTON-CARLSBAD line of Sleeping garments which are featured at this store represent the utmost perfection in their field.

Generous Sizes, no skimping of material, ample fullness where fullness is desirable are particularly noticeable in the Brighton-Carlsbad Sleeping Garments. Best Outing Flannel only is used. The manufacturer started out that way and he has to continue it. Superior Workmanship is always appreciated, because it adds wonderfully to the appearance as well as the service. Auto Accessories Complete line of Accessories and Repairs.

Big stock of Fabric and Cord Tires just arrived. Spring Stock of Truck Tires. J. J. Co.

Phones Shop, Bell 1515. 1543-H. 243 West Main St. Wm. Judd, Prop.

A. R. Any shape you select there are nine, ranging from ten to twenty-five cents in price will appeal to your ideas of a really fine cigar. FAVORITA 2 for 25C DISTRIBUTORS Silk Underwear for Christmas TVe are offering here two suggestions and two extra good values for Christmas Gifts. Ladles Silk Vests of fine ribbed silk in flesh or white.

Low nick, no sleeve, extra length. Prices $2.00 end $3.25. Ladies Glove Silk Vests in the bodice style, ribbon strap. Colors aro pink and and $3.50. Underwear Section Main Floor Children's Hat Special Felt chin-chin and poke shapes in childrens hats specially reduced for Saturday's selling.

Colors are brown blue, black and grey. Velvet Carriage Hats with colored facings. White Corduroy for wear with wi.ite fur sets. Corduroy Bonnets are also included in this special reduction. 1-3 OFF 1 .7 peeials i fj 'v J.

L. MARCERO CO. 65 Jefferson Detroit. i Navy Beans 16cl 5 lbs. Hand Pet Milk tali Limit of 5 Pocono Pork Ladies' Pajunions These meet with wonderful popularity because they resemble in style the Pajamas but they are in one piece like a Union Suit hence Paj-Union.

These come in best qualities of outing flannel at prices from $2.25 to $3.48. Ladies' Gowns These are the BRIGHTON-CARLSBAD Brand in best quality outing flannel at prices ranging from $1.25 to $2.95. Men's Pajunions When buying Sleeping Garments for yourself don't forget to mention them to your husband. Tell him about the pajunions, and that we make them for men too. Prices range from $2.69 to $3.98.

Second Floor Schroders. Children's Coats V2 Price A lot of Children's Coats in good quality corduroys, and velours will be offered at price for Saturday's Selling. Former prices were from $5.00 to $12.00. Second Floor and 48c Flour 58c Picked Golden Rod 10 lb. Blunt 25c jor I Beans No.

2 can, 2 for sack real enjoyment WHY PAY MORE Grand Union Tea 42 EAST MAIN Co. 1.

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