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PAfJE TWO. THE! DAILY CODTtTErK, COIWETJI*' rVTEEE, FA, , .mwtrArrr 14, 3 T LKOHKV A r X t L I A l t Y PLAKS ' FOR WET A(;(JUA1NT1',D WEETIWG ; At is. Uiura Olarlc submitted a moat iutorchtlng report of the Trl-Uounty Council rnoetln;,' last Thursday at Cluirloroi at the regular meeting of the .American i/eg-lon Auxiliary Monday night in th» Legion rooms, North I'Uutburg street. Mra. Clark,- a delegate to the meeting;, announced that tho council, comcoaoil -of Amerjcnn Region Auxiliaries tn Fayetto, Washington and Orane counties, deckled' to eend Mre. Anna J. UoyA ot Uniontown, state tllcectov, to the National Defense Conference !n Washing-ton, D. O., the latter part of this month. Mre. ]j. S liobbtna, president, presided over the meeting ami appointed the following committees for the year: Rehabilitation, Mrs. George Percy, ·chairman, and Mre. H, D. Minerd. Child welfare, Mrs. John Butler, 'chairman, and Mrs. I/. S. Robbinu. Membership, Mra J. B. Reed, chairman, and Mre . Kfflo Snain Sick and flower, Mies Venetia Kilpatrick, chairman, and Mrs. Charles J. Huoy. Fide, Mew. Laura Clftrlc, chairman. Amortcttitli-ation, Mrs. 1». W. Carpenter, chairman, Social, Mrs. Agnos Decker, chairman; Mr«. Ilorbert Keffer, Mm A. C. Brown, Mre. J. E. Reed, ami Mra, OF. R, Uuigulin, Tho auxiliary i» planning for a get' acqxiaiutoii party to bo hold in connection w i l h the legular meeting 1 , Monday nig at. February 10. · Further plantt will be made at 'the ivext regular meeting on Monday night, Janu iry 27. BIRTH1UT JKIBTY FOB WAtlVB SMITH . Mre. Presley Smith entertained^ Saturday afternoon at her home in Highland avonue 1n honor of the ninth anniversary- of 'Jho birth ot her iytl« son, Wayne. Thie party appointments were porter t in ovory detail. A color' scheme of yellow and white wae carried ottt. Game-a . wore the, amusements, a£t*r which a tlalnty luuoh \VH« eervxi. Favors were yellow and white baalceta Illlet}' with white mints. Wayno received a number of pretty and useful gifte. Mrs. Smith's aldew were her sletors, Mrs. Prank FUburti and Mra. "William nUtioit. Out-of-town fjuftbts wove from I'nlontown, Dawson and Scolf.da.le, (MTHEIMXK TOX BOKO CLASS ELt'CTN OFMUEHS Miss Sophia Metzgar "was hostoBs at tho regular meeting of the Catherine Von R o i u Class of the Trinity Lutheran Sunday School last night at her honu* iii Kayo-tie btreet. Offluera for t h e ensuing year were ole«ted a« follows: T're-sl clout, Mra. Henrietta Moor- m a n ; vice-president, Mlstt · Pauline Shresei'. secretary. Miss Sophia MetH- jtar; trtvasurev, Miss R u t h Campbell. Tho meeting was well attended. Lunch was V. OF I'. W. \VU/i, («VB CAJU PA JIT if The ciphth of a scrips at benufit ami pirtios, sponsored by Walter E. Brown Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars will be held Thursday night in tho club rooms, North Pitteburg btroet. Five hundred will be played. Priaea will be awarded f9liowiug tho gam os. There will also to a door prUe and at Iho Hose of tbo series two grpwl prizes will bo given. Tho corniH'UUon unions tho players la keen uid as ihpro aro four mor» par- tu-s, not I n c l u d i n g the ono HCheciuled for Thursday night, dovotfef, of the samn have sufficient time to compete fo- the prizes. W. (. T. r. WILL OBSKRVk I'ltOJUBlTlON A V N I V K R S A l i y The Woman's Christian Temperance Union of Payotte County will celp- bratu the totith anniversary of prohibition Friday, January !7, in the'As- b u r j aiethodJst Mplscopail C'huruU of [Jiilcntown. Tito afl'air will bu hi the torni of an institute and nil auiona in the county art» Invited to attend. morning soanlon w i l l liesin at 10:!U^ o'olot-k anil Iho afternoon £,t 2 o'cl/uk. A vli-tory liim.'!) will bo served at 12:15 o'clock. An oxcol- Icii' program w i l l be presented during the hinch hour. JJricf reports w i l l be given by all the- county Ui P t t o r s uru! pr"sldenta and plaua for th( h l t i t e convention wjll he dii- c u sort. Luncheon re«er millions may bo made through any of the ofHcvrs or Iho church by calling 1000-j, Un- loiilown, U. B. Aid Society. rho Woman's Aid Society of the Fii'Ht United Hrolhron Church will mi'pt. Thursday afternoou at 2 o'clock .it the church. Hotliiiaj-Buriihurt. Kohort Cornelius Ilolliday nuti Ruth I ' . i i n h c i v t , both of Unioutown. wor-e li- t-MihtMl to wed «,t Cumberland l-'ifh and Game Aiixllfnrj. !'ho Woman's A u x i l i a r y to the Kay! t i C o u n t y Fhli a n d Game Protective A ^ i n i i ' . n u % \ i . l meet .Monday, «Jaiiu- i rv l'i\ M! tiu lionu' of Mrs. Uc-oigo ' * U d t i . l ( l l !,!lu ! 1} COLLEEN' BtHl HONOUED OS FODHTH BIJITHWAV Mr«. William P. Bndcl entertained i pr-ettily appolaltMl children's ^party Saturday afternoon at l\or homo in Ptt'laburg stret in honor of .the fourth anniversary of the birth o£ iher 1RU« daughter, Colleen. A. 'olor sohemo ot a'nd white iWH-donvinatecl. A d«- hraoh was i erveKi. TJi* lar^e table in tho dlmngiroom was 7«acle with pink and white rs and a large ptuk atwl white day caKe, bearing fcwir phi'k as ihe oeniter.pteee. Parors were candy baskets an1 cames ornam-ented with a large pink bow. Covers irere laid tor sixteen. Gsmves and mi^sie were 'Lh« atntuse- «w-nta of th-e aftornoon. Sal^is by Colleen BiuM, Dmai* Burlcha-rdt and i 1 dan-w by Martha Po-rte-r and Bm'ma Rivtli Bwkhairdt wro ipleaslng foa- fciw'-ea. Tho toon/or ^uoat i-eoeived m-any beautiful and useful -gifts, .Mra, Budd's aides wern ]S[iasea Alina and Wilma Hartman, her moitber, Mrs. Cora Hartman, ai d Mis. PUzl. OuestB Inc-hi'dei 1 Ktuthoryji Porter, IMckie Hartman, .faokle I^e«, Jiune 1/e-e, V»sta Thomas, M ullyn Woyaait, C!«ne- vieve Paine, Msutha Porter, Praiwda Porter, Bnrma P-tith Bu-rkhardt, Dor- oaa Batikih-aoidt, Vorma Pizxi, Geneva Piz«l, Ardita Pt/iti, Yyonno' Fi2»i and the guiest of honor, Colleen Buld. W. B, A. DISTRICT DEPUTY WILL 1N8TAL1- OFFICK11S Mrs.' Mary 'jf 1 . Hafdwiclc of tTnlon" towii, district d puty, will be present at -the- I'egulai' meeting of the Woman's Benefit- Association tonight In. Pythian Hall ai.d will install the offl- eei-H for ,th ensuing y«at« A gofid attendance, of old and new officers, also guards and other 'members! IB desired. · Sjiss Hardvyi' k will also assist the lodge^ in. making plans for the year's work. A most interesting meeting is being looked l«rward to. 0. E. Executive Meeting. The executive- committee and committee c h a h m e n of tho Christian End favor Society of the First United Brethren Church will mest tonight, at (he homo of lWra. Charles Kerns of Snyder street. , Run to Ring Bells The TR'. C. T. U. of\Mill Run met at (|ie home be ftlr«. C. K. Br»ok» ou Thursday, January 9, for its monthly sosslon. There wan a very interesting program in which all took fjftrt. Ar- rani|mmtc were made for Ihe church bcill^ to be rung In that community on January 16 at noon for ten minutes, one minute for each year of prohibition. A largo delegation aleo planned to go to Uniontown to tho W. C. T, U. convention of January 16. / , -Friendship Bihlc !|nss. The Friendship Bible Class of the Trinity Reformed Church will met Wednesday evening at thcf home o£ Ross Miller ot South A-i'ch street. MISS EMILY BJfTERTAWS CWJM Mlsa Emily Widmer delightfully entoiitainod th'- ttlad-U-Kum CTlu-b last night at h-ar home tn GibHon av-c-nu©. N'ii^o mentber . anrd foiw gueat» were present. Inciud'od among the. members wag Mw. A. ifi. Henstaerg of St. fjouls, sister ··( llu hoste.»s. Tho ·eve- ning- WUH gi',?n over to caa-ds and faueywork. i fter which the hcstesa served a tl-eli loua lunch. Guests o£ the club wer-o 3VI s. Clomeniine Bohn and daufrh-tar, i\W 3 Ko^e of Svottdale, Miss Belly Pore o 1 Unioutowu and Mrs. T. K, Smfl'h of this city. Will On 5funl«5 Aid Society. A Woman' i AW Society, the second of Us kind cii th-e MononnahoUi Division of t h e Pennsylvania Railroad, will bo orpiinliied January 22 at a business mietin?; to bo held at Che Youngwood Y. M. C, A. AH women whose hush mils, fathers or brothers are in the (inploy ot tiie railroad arc eligible to membership, Tho meeting will begin promptly at 3:30 o'clock. The Woman's Aid has done splendid work tho !afet year 1u Us territory. At Chrlstm is Lime it sent out. 58 baskets to fa-ntlleh of employes of the Monortgahe la Division in needy circumstance- . Announced. Annouiu amei't is mads of the marriage ot Miss Genildtiie White of Waynes bin g and Donley Taylor tt Garrison, W. Va., wliich look -place August 31. 1029, at Wheeling W. V.i. The bride has been a teacher in tl^a I''ranklin townsl'lp tchoola for Hie last two ' ears ;. R, t'hihb Meets. The G. U Class of the First "Methodist Bpis opal Church mH last night in (he home of Mrs. Huth McCoy of Poplai Crovo. There was a good attendance BusineFs matters ot a runtime n a t u r e vvoro transacted, afusr which tlio hostess served innch. K. of C. Will Jlleel. Tho i "flu la r meeting of Youg-)ik)- gh-ony Council S48 Knig-htK of Oolnm- bus, w i l l bo held this evening in t-'he club rooms, in tlio S r J'ohtponoij. Tho (!OR"iil«r mceiing of the Bei'ean Uiblo C l a s s of tho Piist Baptist wliich was to have be-on hold Thursday night in the Home of Mrs. 13. E. Colpinan. In Morr-oJ! avenue, flreenwood, bas Tje0n postponed to Tuesday night of next week on account of the death of M.r«. Oliver Prdchard, Kister-ln-law of Mra. Oolenit n. Ott^rbein (iuiM. The OUerboln Guild of the Unltod Hrethron C h u r c h will moot Friday night at 7:45 o'clock til the horae o£ Mrs,. ,! W. Collins, -(01 JBast Washington a pntie. Tho exocutiv^ committee w U meet at 7:1J o'clock. ThP wondi r box it Uio TJeccmber and TTanua'-y IHUCS of the Evang-e 1 will !6 a part of the evening' program. Tho Yonne; People's Mission Study ('las', will also bu a part ot th» evening program. llrh. Shelkey Mr . Frank Shelkoj? o£ Pine street, South Connpllsvillc, will entertiiln tho ·i. 1 C. 1'V.ncywoitc C l u b tomorrow oven njr at her homo. Eczema on Hands in Small Water Blisters. Healed by Guticura. "My granddaughter began having ec? ma on both her hands when bho \v.Ji eleven years old Small watet b 1 isttrt- broke out on her fingers and the itching anil burning \Vere unbea able Sho could not put hi» tuuul* in water at all At night she coul 1 not steep on account ot tht irritation "Wa tried diffuriint remedies without aicceis We begtan nsmrt Cu ticura Soap atitl Ointment and they lu (pod her aiul in about tluec .uontlib she wa« coniplutely hoaled " u{iHil Mrs. Luitd % Wm Travis, lllmroa, N Y , June 11, 19'39 S»jit[) Oiruiuent 85 «nti We. Tnlcum 25c. ^kl cxorywliare. fiamplu each fr "CuUr.ura LJor«tario», D«pt. H, MB Idon. Maso." CHICAGO mn KILL TWO BANDFi'S, CAPTURF; Musicula find Ap-proxlmatel? one hundred guests attended a muslcale and tea of, beautiful appointments given Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Flora Porter of Vandm'bilt by the Saturday Afternoon Clxib of VanderWlt. , Mra. R. B. Earner, president of the club, Mrs. H. D. Shallenberger, past president, Mrs. 0. S. Oglevee, Mra. Wray T. iwI 'and Mi«w Oaffrl« M. Iulil received the guest«. All the rooms were nmdj attractive with pink and yellow roses and carnation*. from the hothouses of MM. Sarab. B, Cochran of St. James Park. The tea table, centered with a silver bowl ojE red cartiatians, was presided over by Mrs. Nelson K. Moore and Mrs J. H. HaaloU. Aides in the din- ingroom were Miss Hilda BaJter, Gladys Cook, Miss Mary Blanche Love and Miss Grace Strlckler, members of the Junior Auxiliary. Mrs. Ept.lotn, Mrs. Clara Baker and M1»a Grace Snyder had charge of the kitchen. Dainty refreolim'eTits were served during the afternoon. 'Che program was as fallows: Piano solos, .Sugeae CooJey; piano and violin dueta, Dorothy anl John Gruen; saxophone solos, Pnl and Allen Wlntorhallijr; riolto and piano duet, Harry J. Gollinfl, and Bugene Cooloy; piano scilos, Dorothy Qruen, Mad«lyn Myers, Mary Blisra-betb. Madden, Adda Joy Martin and Virginia Graham, the last namxjd of Connelle- ville; violiri and cello trio, Ethel Mae a-ad Harry Collins and Nella Snyder; v histling solo, Vesta Conner of Cou- nollsyille; piano duel, Hassol Stoner a ad Nalle Snyder. Guests were present from ContvelVs- vllle, Dawson, Btar Junction, Prry- opofis, Scottdalo and Vandarbllt. Miss Koch Hostels. The C. B. C. f'.lu'b m«t Saturday nigSit In tho hwruj of Mtoa Katherin* Koch of Soo,itfial«. Five tables wer« arranged for flyo htrrwlired. High prizes w«ae awarderl to Iton Tnimp aivd J. W. Frizr.ell *tid second, to Mir. nnd Mre. Ilanry R. Park. G-«yst priMss were given to Mra Ralph Booaart. anid WaRer Moorman. KVHowl-ng th^ gannos m-errvbers and frueets were i"n- vlted to the dlivta'gn-fxm wh-wre eupporr was TY« at two la.rgo tflrfxlefl. Covers w«sr« laid for twwrty-flv*. Guffts at the ohib weere Mr. and Mrs. J. Van Horn, Mr. and Mrs. Hanry Spl-oer of gcottdal-e, Mrs. Ralph Boasa/rt, Walter Moorman and Homer Cxt*glieiiouir of Los© One of Number in'Sui prise Raid on Burglars n/fc Sam age Maker's/Ho me. CHICAGO, Jan ft.--Police trapped threa bandlte In Hi(r darkened c irridor of a We«t Side duplex today, Idlloc! ·two of the robbers, captured ftr a third aud lost one of their own num"er. Warned oy a Imzzer slKnal, the detectives eurpriBod ihe bamllta w they poked pistole Into the ribs o Harry Sucherman, rich sauiORe n anufac- turer, trying to force him to open a wall «afe. The throe Imndlts e las had a panel from ihe door o£ tho Sucher*man apartment just bafort dawn, entered, rou«el Suchornmn f -om' bed j and demanded ho open th-e t all safe j containing a qnantiiy of je^ilry and money. Through previous arrangen ent with his Tirothei', Nate, who lives In the apartment above, Suchornwii pre«sel a hidden buzzor and the brot'i er callel police. While the bandits flourie ert automatic ptetolfe in Suohernu n's Sacej dotDctlvee eurrotrnd-ed tho J ouao, t h e , members entering Irom Cron and rear j at the same time. Iwloutenant ISdward Conro- was shot in tiho rig-hit arm as he I'tepip- d through tli® front door. He oponei fire along the narrrrw hallway with hi- left hand and three other deloctlves tai-ted firing Irom the. rear. Anothc · fiquad of five detectives arrived and joined th« flgntora, their riot ruria roaring in tha hallway. Two of tho handils Cell, [lealdenlfl of tha apartment houeo jwored behind door» and b-edii aa feul e^te crashed Into the hallway and the well-to-do Jackson district revarbera eii with the roar of gniifi. Dotec^ivo Joremiah Mui phy, one of iho attack-are from tha re r, tell, ebot to lo«th In. tho firnl few ·* olleye. One of the "banditd, later Woi ttfied as R. Holtznmn, wao Wiled In he hallway. Samuel Wolfe diel on tb way to (he hospital. Sara WaeeennaJi, who poHce eaid te "-wanted In Detroit, r .n closely followed by the police, caught him an} (brew h m through a window Into the a-rma rf tho Marietta will entertain fh« club W«1- nesday night, January £9, M thatr home in Ba«t Crawtord avenue, WHj Enteitaln Club. Mrs. Lyman K. Miller will entoT- tain the Vanderbilt Fancywork Club at an, all-day meeting Wednesday at h-er homo in Lincoln avenue, Licensed at Somerset. .faxn-OB B. Shockoy of Mey?rsdftl» and Maggie L. Hlller of Sand Patch were licensed to wed In Somoreet. Card Party at The second of e. eerlee of card parties for live ben-eflt of St. VlnooTit do Paul Clvuirch at Tjolsonring was beVd last nteht at ithe Prlitfk AndMrfaasi ait Jjeteenrlng. Prizes were awarded as JSollowa: Bridge -- Blanche Stafford and Mra. J. W. Sostaaon awl B. Rfhydr darech and Thomas Kenwy; bingo -Mary Turok, Mts Maargot Kozak, Mlso Anna Mario Burns, Mrs 1 . Jnme» I^yons, Thomas McO-arrity and Kh-ne«t 9«po«i; five biradired. -- Mirs. II. H. Brown, Mrs, B, M. Rhyderech, Mrs. Max Kooh, Mrs. J. V. Connell and Margaret Rlcto-ey; door, M,i«s J-onnio Cun.60. Speedy Relief For Sore Throat 'Phis Doctor's Prescription RoqulroH ffo Gurgling. No lougor ia it necessary to gargle an-U choka with nasty lasting medicines 16 relieve sore throa! Now you can get alraos-t Instant Telie'f wHh one swallow of a doctor's prescription. Thts preacripUon was rfilled ao often and become so popular that the druggist who originally filled It decided to put it up under Ihe loame- Thoxlne and make- It available to everyone. The remarkable thing about Thox- iiie IB that 1t relieves almost instantly, yet qontaiu.8 nothing h a r m f u l . It Is pleasant testing, and eal' tor the whole family, and Is guaranteed to relieve sore throats or coughs in 16 minutes or money back. J u a t ask for TUoxlus, flSc,' 80c, and $i.DO, Sold by all dru^eistB--Advertisement. Jnjurcd by Auto. BOSTON, Jfiii. 14.--night Rev. Sidn- uol (3, Babcook, 7ft, suffragan biwhop of iho I2p{Kconal dtoceeo of . Massa- chiujutta, w*«i orltlcftlly injured 3«£t nigiit wlion he wu« tit nick Ity an uuto- inolillo whlli ou lilu way to tlio TJni- vorulVy, 1'iilliiiiiu C'MniKiiiy Hoad W'uds, JUiNO, N«v., Jan. 14.--Colcuiel W. F, Oii, liauil of (lie P u U n u t n l'o(n» , wtta inurrkMl iune lacjt inght to Mrw Thoru T Nichols boon after t.1)* 1 Had rtivorced Clarence M r Nlulxold, Uce-pret,l(lont of the tfeiioral IJgiu Hii.l TrauLion Oouipajiy o£ Wow V«3ii, Personality Make-up j the Complexion o^ an Individualist H ELENA RUBINSTEIN has created those subtle tones of rouge and powderjthat skilfully blend to emphasize each varying personality. Brilliant, dynamic, or neutral, calm-they flatter and Individ- u a l i z e w i t h o u t b i z a r r e effects and add the final note of beauty that complements your coloring, Valar.e Ronge en Creme, in diree lovely tones--Red Raspberry--Red Geranium --Brunette , 1.00, ZXJQ Valaze Powder-- soft and dinging--in ten shades-that match perfectly the d i f f e r i n g complexion, tones . 1.00, 1.50, 3.00 Ttme in on tfte Vofc« of Beauty grdm braadciHt tn Helena Rubw every QthrThuraday over jJwNfltl BnxirfcaitinK Outfit *\*d Asioc Sro/mni, ttt 11,30 A, M. Eastern Standard time. nauc Six Sucherman brotjie a Iiv« in tho apartment house p n d V vd arranged eomw time ego tho buz er system ol interoomaiunicailon In ia«e bandita tried to raid their safes lieutenant Owiroy's v ousid was not DANDRUFF GOES -ITCHING ENDS If th«! wlien /enio txynrJio, the cnli Pouss coiHtng, healing, ·lea.n.ilnfl i on tho »o*!p anrt ruh Tt^oroualy. you're llio fliouaanrfa of others way rtruidrsiK vanl»)ij! o-nil utopa will bn s surprii e a n d Use this ramerkablp, cl»aj) ( fajrully AntlnapUo Hfjol'l f r e o l ' Tt's tha »en- »l'ble way to srel rlcl f DatidruK ani) Itchlnfr Hcalp. K«pp Z mo liaruJy. Saf« and l9pon-dobt« for all forma of Itching trrlta.tlon« ol tho skin and nccutp. S5c, ftOc and ¥1.00.--A.dver Two Bodies K ALTON, N. H,, Jan. 14.--Tho bodies of two tveraOEri, who were bunied to death late yesterday a a ehoe faotory firo that followed an explosion, ware (Uncovered in th ruli e lata laet night. Three others were 1 ijurod seriously. CHiCHESTE! IS PILLS ^f-^TN. _ T H K I » l i M iJfDlIBAMB. A Auk y *«r Pruprlfft for t ·l^f* Mnmond II rand/ id tlold msttlUcX It) Blua ttlbW. S kt^rSJATfi B tt,3t«ut,AlwliylR!! SOlBBYDRWi 1930% DOMINANT SET R A D I O Crocczj ftnuntl Phone 196 WERTHEIMER MOTOR CO, W. Crawford Avenue, Gonnelisville, Pa. o~ua- classified advortisetnidinita. Diet and Health BY ijllll HUHT P- TtflSt.H.a, AUTHOR Or CHtT AHO HEALTH* AHD'OIET POR CHIIORCH* Lulu Hur;;j Paters), M ^. Queittcms and Atistuart. C HA0 had i duodenal u!eor. She » ·wants th' following' iinawerwl: 1. "Is baiting soda Ans. Sodas n td other alkalies are ' frequently given for medication tn t h o beginning treatment ot ul- ofcr-s, in connection, with the ulcer diet meals every two or' three hours of milk or milk and v cream, egfgr mixtures, or whatever tho doctor in . cha.i'e has h a d , s u c c e s s with), and taken once In a while after the cure, It Is probably not if you are havingr any symptom^, y m should go back to your doctor f nd see if you shouldn't no beck on t) e original curative diet. 2. "Do frl d i ejTJfs, corn, whole wheat bread ind-eggs aggravate the condition?" Ans. One who has had an ulcer always has' t be more or less careful of curtain f oJa, It you find they do aggravat , it la best to not use thpin, i 3. "Do ulc rs affect the eyes?" Ant. I doi t find eye complications listed as a esult of ulcer, but it is poHstbla for my prolonged imder-par condition to also include tine eyes. 4. "Is arm king hard on ulcer?" Ant. YKF decidedly so. In fact, tho g-atitric! disturbance caused by iHTiPltlnar en i closely slrmilato ulcer. It npparon ly incroaaea tho hypor- actd eortdlt' in. ft "Wouli n't a Bmnli amount of pried whin y help strengthen my atomnoh?" S Hi. NO, dsoldedlv not. Alcohols anil lobttpc are to bo ntrlclly avoided. TUiiy narkedly irrltnto chronic u l t a r o u f a ct nditiojis ('. "Hliou j niio pat bcUvein meals?" Ana. Yei fioquoiit and smaller meals are advised. Something 1 should be eaten every threo hours. It is advisable to have a few crackers or a glaso of milk, or half milk and cream, at this time, between tneola, Thla food engraves any free acid which has been formed which, will Irritate the organ. It la a good idea to have Borne food at the bedside to take If waking durlnjr the iilg-ht. 7. "Should no acid fooda bo eaten?" An*. The citrous fruits, and to- inatooa, for Instance, are a-e!d-tast!n??, but thoy leave an alkali ash in the bodj-. Howcvei', in conditions of Irritated, stomach and Intestines they cause some Irritation before they ara digested, and so may Jiavo to bo avoided for a while. But If fruits and vegetables ar« avoided too Ions, vitamin G (tho anti-scurvy vitamin.) may bs deficlcn^, and a state at least bordering on scurvy may bo brought on, Thld, of course, adds to the complications of tho original disease. For a while it may be best to pret tho vitamin C from the bland fruits, especially bananas, melons and mild apples, thoroug-hly masticated. But physicians are giving tho citron*! fruit juices much /sooner than they used to. * * # Mrs. E.--Your questions on the urine arc answered In our pamphlet on Kidney and Bltulder Disorders. This also gives a uiuiple tost for detecting the presence of sugar In the urine. See column ruleu. /o Editor's Note: Dr. Petr-rs cannot diagnose nor give personal advice. Your questions, if of general Interest, will be answered in the column in their turn. Request* for artlclea or pamphlets on hand mu:t be accompanied by a fully aolf-addresBed stamped envelope, plus tho following small eharffo to lielp caver cost ot printing- and handling: for each article wanted, two oanta In (join; for each pamphlet ton ccnta in coin. Tho. pamphlolB uro lloducltig and Gaining, llualnna if Women, Ifidnay and Bladdr'r Disorders. 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