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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - March 8, 1917, Madison, Wisconsin THE WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL, THURSDAY. MARCH 8, Itlt RheBBiitiim attacks the "outiide" man. Pains and aches stiffen his joints and muscles and hit efficiency. At the first twinge get Sloan's Liniment, easy to apply, it pent- Irtlcs rebtlnj and soothes the soreness. After that long drive or tedioui in the cold rain apply Sloan'i Liniment to those stiff fingers, Aching wrists and arms. For gout, etunlfiia, tooduche, brute., If rainf, cold feet, it promptly effective. At ill dnittim, 25c. SOt. nd Sloan's (AUVEKT1SEMEXT) Splendid tor Bad Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis Anyone who tilts this Jnjr home-made coueb ijmp, will miirklv understand vlrr it is used to. nore bcmiei ID the United States ud Canada thin far other cotiffh ranedjr. Tfae wav it takes hold of ma. ohatinate Cough, giving immediate relief, 'wiil make you resret that you nerer tried it be- fore. .It is a. truly dependable cough iwnedV that should be kept bandy in erery home, to use at the frit iign of eoueh during the nisht or day time. Anv drupaist can supply von with ounces of (50 Pour into a pint bottle and fill the bottle with plain granulated wiftr tyrup. The total eoat is about 54 van have a full pint of the moat effective remedy vou ever used. The quick, laitinu relief you get from this excellent cough syrup will really enrprise you. li promptly heals the Inflamed m'-mbranes that line the throat air passages, stops {he annoying tiiroat tickle, loosens the phlegm, and votir cough stops entirely. Splen- did for bronchitis. croup, whoop ioc cough and aitlrma. Pinei is a hiyhlv concentrated com- pound of Norway pine extract, combined with yuaiacul end is famous the world OTer for Ha healing effect on the mem- branes. To avoid disappointment ask for "2Vj ounces of Finer' with full directionn ud don't accept anything A cutr- utte absolute fatiafnction or money promptly refunded with this prep- aration. Tha Vina. ft. Ud. (ADVERTISBMEXT) EIT LESS NOT a Glass of Salts to Fluih Kidneys jf BUddcr Botheri You Eatlnir meat eventually producpi' kidney trouble in some foini or oiher. says a well-known authority, because the uric nrid In meat excltej the they become overworked; get up cause nli iortj of pnrtleularly backache mm', the kidney region: riieu- matU' twinges, severe headaches. stomacli. c'jnptipaf torpid liver, bladder ami urinary Irri- tation. The monipnt your back or kid- neys aren't arthiK rixlit. or If bladder bother? you. four ounces of Jad from any pharumry; take a tnhlf.tpnonful in a (tlass of wa- ter l-fiore lireakfa.-it fnr ii few days nnd your kidneys will then art fine. fnnious is made from the of crapes and k-untti Juice, cim- Wned with tilhia. and Iia-" been used for to Hush clogged kid- neys and stimulate them to iiormal also to neutralize the nddfi In the urine e just." Jam Streets Ccmez and inout of Uie other im- port a nt prisoners were expei-tud to nr- at Havana tonittht. Tdeir arrival vlll lit- made tlie ui-i-asion fur another Laj-t nfulit'a (fayety was inreytniliied. A crowd he city ccreels. chetriiip riotously tm- _I1 a latft hour lu a typically Cuban demonstration. The and crowds were In ilts- Inct contrast ti> a Hcmbru Havflliii uf past few weeks. Tim ha.s itn nir of mimteukuunlt! Thf revolt nt thundered Lery cf'-'fC the dimm Havana and la chttraeUT and repeated rumors of German aid the deepest apprehension flniunjt tho gt-n- public. General Surrender Expected The neiierul U-lief todiiy that ie i-pvohiiloniLrj- nir.vcnient must now Jllnpae ulturly. Msiitin'if ngaitiRt a :w scatlurliiR iiialt-uiiienis Is- t-xjierutd H- a ntiiubpr '.Inyp, t-ul Hie vast tajorlty oi" relii-ls aie cxpcrtcd he dlpht-itrtenerl by news of the their i-hu-F and to ler. eunildenily relying upon the puv- 'rnnicnt's promise of ainneMy to all ;ave the clilef ring leaders of tlio up- Tlje revolt had ltd Inception in a bit- er it-ill quiirrfl between dent .Meiiocal ami liberal leader md former J'resldtnt Horn ex.. i'o.st- Kined flections In Santa Clara prov- nc.n frtnneti the llame uf the telwMMi the two thiit t-lei'tinn the one on which hinged result if tho Xo vein tier presidential eluc- liinu. The In other had >cen InrdiicliiKlve. Bcforo tlie election (M.lf a fnrtntdal.lc npiIalnK had been Jiml thu voting had to be iiiujf-r inflltary rule. It .ultt-i] In u cnmfuitaMf jnnjnifly for 'M'-sldcnt Mcinifjtl. TlH'ii itii men if iiiKiiitfction t.nf in full jumer. SPECULATION INTuBERS COSTLY TO ALEX SINAIKO BUYS THREE CARLOADS IN NORTH; HUNDREDS OF BUSH- ELS SPOIL IN TRANSIT latlon in prrlMi v.-ry fur i C'l ihrcc c-jirlni u Minnesota fH bus tiim- ho n-cently lnhe.rn In ilir-u lost early Imslii-l ilmlnK cold wcHlher -HTJ-'t. llcibcocli of the cilV dalrr FORMER PRESIDENT OF CUBA IS TO DIE FOR LEADING REVOLT Vicious Ring With Headquarters In Chicago Hotel Believed Broken Up CHICAGO, March men are nder arrest nnd five men and one woman are hetngr Rhndowed in what Thicngo police believe to be one of he most vicious "white slave, gunga" diHclnsurea In ChlcaffO for many rears. Two men held by the police, Tndorovich, proprietor of a labor dgency and Thomas Garo', priie fitriuer. were taken into custody at he Karatopa Hotel, nut of which the ranp is said to have operated. Jack 'rice, cigar clerk and alleged "look- is also under arrest. The operations of the alleged gang were di.sclosrd by Marian "Palmer, 17, nd her Charlotte. 16. both of St. Louta. The (firls. according to heir Htory, came to Chicago (o secure lujillluns before the holidays. After he shopping rush was over they were relcasc-d. While seeking a new position. Marian met Todorovich. wlio, she said, offered her a job in the chorus. ;Ie Inveigled her Into a room at the aratoga Hotel, where was im- irlsntml. Tlie names of a half dozen >ther (cirls were at-cniTd from her by be "Hnj5" and they are believed to iavu nufTeitd a similar fate. A de- coy telephone meHsage brought the voinijjer F'almer plrl to the hotel where ;bo was detained. The victims of the Rnnp, detectives lave discovereii, were disposed of to listnrderly Special hivestifra- fruiu the state's attorney's of fie: ore working on the cnne. FOR CAR MURDER Bandit Wanted Here for Robbing Orpheum Sentenced To Can- adian Gallows WINDSOR. Ont., March death sitch pnced outside the cell of John alias James Stewart, In Sandwich Jail today. The prisoner convicted of the murder of W. Mar- shall .lackson, Canadian deportation illlcor. of WInnlpeK. Is under sentence die on the May 17. The wheels of turned awlft- y for lIoRue. Ho went to trial at o'clock yesterday morning; jury retired at T> o'clock and at 8 ('clock returned its verdict of guilty. A frw momenta later Hogue was un- der sentence. Ills Attorney today prepared to take 1m ra.se to Ontario i-uiiri of ap- tenls at Toronto on tho contention hat Justice KntlH-rland, presiding, erred In fttllnR to instruct the Jury n detail on tho meaning of the term 'culpable homicide." Stewart Is the man wanted In (MI for robbing the Orpheum theater .summer. d food Iwa nlrcndy con- Iciuncd hundred Tlie uln'i-H urn allllctcii with "Jtlack in ailment which starv-H (ho pouito ind IH diuv to trireme ure for I or more. Klnalkn liiHtiilled oil In tho cnr.s ihirlng IraiiHlt and kept them at H temperature of ninety dfgrees. he nays, u thuiiHund dollars. FINOS HOT ELECTRIC POWER Line From Kitbourn Plant To Ex- tend Thru Lake MHts and Marshall WATERLOO. March Wis- consin Gas and Electric company, which utilizes the wfiterpower of the Wisconsin river at Kiluourn. has taken definite action for the extension of its lines Into this territory. Their repre- sentatives were In Waterloo Tuesday making arrangements for the of way to be .obtained for the new line. The proposed line will extend from Lake Mills, approaching Waterloo from the south, as far the canning factory farm ahnut one mile smith of town. -From there it extends directly westward on the crossroad that passes the H. Ktokes farm until it reaches the Waterloo-Marshall road near the head of the upper mill pond. From there the line wilt extend to Marshall Farmers all along the line will he given the hi'iiefll uf the power. Tlie line will serve not only as a conven- ience, to the farmers, hut it will un- doubtedly serve to increase the value of the land lying along It, The line does not enter the vllla.ce because the sentiment In Waterloo is against it. The local municipal plant is now operating on a paying biii'ls and Is giving cheap and excellent service so there are but few who de- sire the innovation. Xo definite information ns to when the construction of the line is to begin Is at hand but It is to be1 expected that as long as the line is decided upon the work will begin soon. HOOSIERS. 37; MILWAUKEE, 12 I MILWAUKEE, Wii.. March I Indiana Umvertity I rtturned today after I feat ing Milwaukee 1 lait night, 37 to 12. Neglected Colds bring Pneumonia. Look out. CASCARADQUININE The old fanBr mntAj-ln tablet form-Mfe, lure, easy to No ocUtn-no unplewnt tlter elects. Cum colds in 24 in 3 days. Money lack if it fails. Get the Knuiae boi with Red Top Mr. Hill', picture on it-25 ceolt The policy of building the highest quality lub- ricating system has been the basis for the development in Madi- son of the largest mechanical lubricator plant in the world. Two out of every three tractors and the high- est grades of stationary and marine engines are I Did! At Aw (A D VERT IS KM -NT'. GUARANTEED TO MAKE GREY HAIR NATURAL COLOR Q-Ban Is Simple, Healthful Preparation Satisfaction or Money Back---Don't Use Dyes. It not necessary, not oven wise, tn have gray hair nowadays, J3ut don't UPC dannerous, dirty, sticky dyes. "Turn Buck to Nature." Restore the uniform color of your hair with the wld of Q-Ran Hair Color HeKtorer. ThottEnntis liave do.ie so and are proud of tlie reRult. Venrn of study by expert chinnists resulted In Q-Hnu, the one preparation that actually workft hand in hand with Xature In bantahlnff ftrny lialr In 11 henltiiful .way. You plniitly apply Q-ftaii like a uharn- poo. and your hulr will resume a nat- ural color, evenly, irradunliy. safely and Burely. Your hair will become eoft, Rlosiy. abundant and beautiful, You will look RO yonnK you will tlellKhtert. Itut Itewano Jit Imitations aa you would of dyes. noth- ing like Q-Rnn, Q-Bin In all rendy to euar- nntcod to he h.innlesn, nnd nold under llio makerit' inoney-bAck guarantee If not antliftcd. U IB only prepara- tlnn for thn purpose no (rtiarnnteed. At MetiffeH PlmrninclfJi, Madl.ion, AVh., ancf nil good druR storcn, Me a hottlo. or write direct to DriiK Trnn. "ItHir (Tul- lure." nn llhiHtrfited, Interciting book of u res, lit Try Q-Bnn Kupernnct TTnlr Q-llim I.lriuld Slmtnpoo; Q-IUm Toilet ap; Q-Ban Dvplhilory for removlnjf erlUioui hair. We tave recently De- gun operations on an investment of in new buildings and equipment. Madison-Kipp Lubricator Co. J i i I :J ;
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