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AUTOMOBILE SAFETY DEVICE BEING TESTED The arrow, on tallllght of automobile, a new safety device being tested st 8ydney, Australia, which Indicates when a driver Intends to stop or turn left or right. - I BELLSi A man'i character 1 often shown ' by what be consider! laughable. The only way to make car fool proof ii to park the fool outride. Prosperity consists of buying things ' we don't need and owing for them. If this speed mania In traveling continues e shall soon take all tha see out of scenery.- - x , ; : .'; Timid husbands are wearing those pajamas that shriek in tirfei to b tnt Big Noise around the boose. A contortionist has nothing on the v average man-le- d couple these days In trying to make both ends meet. Tliose foolish Americans who look ' upon French money as a Joke And that the French can take a Joka and like It A London doctor says girls are get ting back to nature. Judging by the few clothes they wear, they haven't far to go. Police are getting pretty snooty these days. When young fellow Becks bis girl in public the arm of the law . necks him. w WORDS OF WISDOM Fame Is the perfume of heroic deeds. Socrates. What Is done cannot now be amend-e- t Shakespeare. Every man should stay within bis own fortune. Ovid. The longest day soon comes to an end. Pliny the Younger. Party is the madness of many for the gain of a few. Pope. It Is tormenting to fear what yon cannot overcome. Ausonlus. No man tikes to be surpassed by those of bis own level. Llvy. The way to a man's heart Is through bis stomach. Mrs. Sarah Payson. Heaven aends us good meat, but the devil sends us cooks. David Gar rlcfc The greatest men msy ask a fooV sh question now and then. John IVoIcot Coquetry Is the essential character-sti- c, and the prevalent humor of worn in, but they do not all practice It. bo-rn use the coquetry of some Is re-trained by fear of reason. LaRocbe-'oucaul- d. I HOW TO LIVE J LONGER J I By JOHN CLARENCE FUNK I j.- ,.; , A, MU Se. D. ...... J T Directs at fofcHe HhU Eeueatlaa, T X SUU at Tmmibnml. fr4rat TIIKSB days one bears so mu'b the word that It has almost lost Its significance. Nevertheless, when It Is applied to matters of henlih It Is not only so apt term but sn sbsnluiely necessary one ss well. ' '! ' ' The present-da- y emphasis on health In magazines, newspapers, moving pic-tures and over the radio 1 unpree dented. In addition a continual flow of Information and official suwrvlsh.n can be traced to the private, munici-pal, slate and federal health agencies; not to mention the vslusnlo work which Is constantly being sccotu pllshed by the Insurance companies. II Is unmistakably s sign of the times, sod a vt gratifying one. Unfortunately." however, there Is a tendency on the part of thousands of people to conclude that with so ninny people Interested In the other fellow's welfare that little. If anything, need be done toward that er.d by the fel low himself. Even afiet the establishment ot ade-quate water and milk control, the do velopinent ot proper sewage facilities Slid efficient communicable dlsaase regulntlon, the biggest Job In health remains for the Individual himself to do. Health departments and officials can eloquently and even vigorously sug gest that one oeeils sufficient sleet' sll the fresh sir he enn get s proper amount of wholesome food snd dully exercise But then they have gone as far as they can go. As for the in-dividual, It Is strictly a "take It or leave It" proposition. , Take It" and live longt - "Leave It" and live less I Which seems to In dlcnte that pnys. It's up to you! --,, " 1 i'' '" The Wayside Camp EVERY possible precaution has been around the automobile tourist. Federal and state officials sre extremely solicitous for the man and his family on the road. Well do these authorities appreciate that no mntiet how, fine the wenther. how Inspiring the scenery, or how good Hie road these things will amount to little If. as a result of the trip. Illness follows In Its wnke. It,ls therefore not enough that can tlon signs nnd signals are to be found at every crossroad and curve. Health departments have gone farther by at-tempting to regulate the sanitation ot the wayside camp. It Is plain, how ever, that even, with regulat Inspec-tions on the part of the offlclnl per sonnel. the real key to the proper oh servance of the low. so far as these establishments are concerned. Is held by the tourist himself. Many Jurisdictions In this connlrj require that snfe water be supplied at these places, thnt the grounds be maintained at all times In s sanitary condition, thnt 8 prompt disposition of the garbage be made, and thnt comfort facilities are properly kept It 'will pay the traveler to be finicky on this camp question If the place dies not meet the fundamental require-ments, then move on. Far better Hint n few more miles be sdded to the trip than to run the risk of typhoid fever which at its ve. , best is an exceert ihcly risky malady And In this connection, do not for get thnt the tourist also bus s duty to perform which can be summarised under three "don't s." .1. Don t tlin cnrhnRe Into streams. 2. Don't pollute running water In any manner 8 Don t drink from creeks or rivers no mallei how poelicnl their setting or how cleai nnd coid the water may be. With the camp proprietor doing his lii'Siito comply with regulations and with the patron, by his conduct and assisting and Inspiring him a combination Is set up that will h liar.1 for old l.vphold to beat. Now then all aboard for a safe Bnd pleas ant loiirney! (! IS9 WMturn N(wW Unmn l FAMILY DOCTOR LEARNED THIS ABOUT - CONSTIPATION peopli - DrTcw His years of practice convinced him many were ruining their health by careless selection of laxatives. He determined to write a harmless pre-scription which would get at the cause of constipation, and correct it Today, the prescription he wrote in 1885 is the world's most popular laxative f He prescribed a mixture : of herbs and other pure ingredients now known as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, in thousands of cases where bad breath, coated tongue, gas, headaches, biliousness and lack of appetite or energy showed the towels of men, women and children were sluggish. It proved successful in even the most obstinate cases; old folks liked it for it never gripes; children liked its pleasant taste. All drugstores today have Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin in bottles. j NERVOUSNESS Hdptully traatad wttk Thai . Fimw Ala !! If roar narra are lumpy tA mry Httl Mi notoo or IrresuUrttr .nosy, Too YOU ! MKKD KOfiNIG'S NEHVINK. Tk tried ftDd letted nedletnal ! tld hM luocaafully pro red tu ret ben ill! ficl&l wortb In the treatment of Sleeplene- - oeM, Nervoua indigestion nnd Nerroiai IrrlUbUiy. Amelia All Orer tbe Wort If AT AU. DRUG STORM I r'X.tk OMuraaa FREE SmmnM III bottle Sent on Segued i I ' Ci Banal Medicine. Ce II Dept. now m y J IMS N. Welle St. il 7 "ti 1 formerly "Pneta WemwUSM EoaaH'a Norrioo" WEADACHE?, Instead of dangerous heart da-- J preaunts taka safe, mild, purely I If vegetabla HATVSS'S REMEST K 1 M and get rid ot tha bowel poisons Si that eaosa tha troobl. Koth 5 ing lilt M for bilionsiwaa, sick f I headache and constipation. Acta j ., I pleasantly. Never gripes. Jy Mild, &, purely veteUbla S At Jruxgute mly J5c Make lac cat tealsht, IESr.UKSAUIlLlOH.tAKM Health Giving FT rasisEiMim 4j Alt Winter long f Marvelous CUmate Good Itottile Tourist Hpleorfid HoadeCorseiouo Mountain C' Viee. THm icOfdern tf,ert rowtqf tha Wi , : CALIFOBN1A v Br PARKER'S felil HAIR BALSAM i M Jl Restores Color and JlBeaatr to Grey and Faded Hail ? ' Vl M.ejidl,ootDnmtite. W jjSSBia ST1 A mrn Oliem. U rtr hoeae, W.TJ ,; J. .. FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ide- nl for nee hi connection with Farkftr's H sir Balsam. Makes the hair enrt and Suffr. 60 cents by mail or at drug. gists. Jliscox Chemical Works, PatciioKne, N. X. W. N. U., Salt Lake City, No. 46-19-29 ty, cr? r5? ,; L - ... iVHS 4 PX, it , 1 . 1 i , r$ ' "About five months ago, following an operation for appendicitis I did not gain strength enough to be up and about. My mother and sister advised me to take Lydia IL Pinkham's Vegetable Com-pound I have taken five bottles and it has helped me to get strong so I can do my own housework now. I have recom-mended it to several friends who have been weak and run-down." Mrs. Oscar Ottum, Box 474,Thiej River Falls, Minn. The Soap That Js Mnoicn and Sold the World Armuid " ' - '' - -- : "N FOR toilet regular daily use ( in the borne there is nothing better I 4 than Coticurs Soap. Containing the , Sf "I, - O ' medicinal and antiseptic properties of I uticuraooap l ffiud , rf J MEDICINAL &T0UX I tLr for H t - rl Drpt.B7, 'PCHITaT ,VyW.r,y MaMen,MsactiBtern ANYWAY. HE KNOWS HIS COWS During me World wsr a very pa-triotic old lady was passing a farm-er's barn one day and observed a young farmer boy milking cow. tie looked to be old enough to be in the army, and she was indignant to find him on the farm, lie saw der, bat didn't stop milking. "Why are you not at the front?" asked the Indignant patriot, and the quick reply was: "'Cause thar ain't ao milk at tbet end." Association News. And Cat Ms Paper The tourist was camping out for the first time In the mountainous ..West As be turned In he said to the guide: "Call me about six In the morning." The guide looked at his watch, and after a moment said : " 'Taint neces-sary. Too give a good loud bolter right now and the echo will wake you bout six." AUTO FIXED FOR WINTERJRIVING Good Advice on How to Pre-pare for Cold Weather. The motorist can take advantage of the pleasant fall weather to check over bis car or have bis service sts-tlo-do so In order that It will be In proper condition to withstand the rigors of winter driving. The following recommendations on putting the car in ahape for winter are gleaned from an engineering bul-letin: Clean Chassis First The first step In the procedure Is to clean' the chassis, engine and body, as dirt can hide many defects. Tighten all bolts nnd nuts. Check front wheels for proper align-ment; remove caps and adjust wheel beurtngs and replace hub caps. Check steering gear for proper ad-justment Drain the old oil from the trans-mission and differential and pour Into both about a quart of kerosene. At the Same time put In the radiator a few handfuls of sal soda and then drive the car two or three miles. The kerosene should then be drained from the transmission and differential and water drained from the radiator. A winter grade lubricant recommended by the car manufacturer should then be put In. the transmission and dif-ferential. Inspect the rubber hose connections, replacing If necessary, after which the radiator should be tilled with clean water; and at the first appear-ance of cold wenther an' antl-frees-solution should be added. Next, drain oil from the engine; flush crankcose and put ,ln a winter grade oil. If the oil filter has been in use for 10,000 miles Install a new cartridge. Examine Wiring. ; Inspect wiling and clean contacts; oil generator and starting motor and clean the armatures and brushes; set generator charging rate ahead for winter driving; check breaker points for proper spacing; replace spark plugs if used more than 10,000 miles; If used less than this, cleun them; adjust gaps; clean battery with ammonia water solution: tighten ter-minals and grease with vaseline; In-spect water level and If gravity Ing Is low. recharge. Oil and grease all parts that re-quire it. Adjust brakes and rellne If nec-essary. The motorist should also examine the top of his car and will do much to preserve It If he will spend a few minutes In going over the top with a good grade of top dressing. Many car manufacturers nre now equipping cars with a summer and winter driving adjustment on the carburetors end the proper adjust-ment to the carburetor should be made nt this time. The fuel and carburetor strainers should also he taken out and cleaned. With these simple but highly essen-tial adjustments, a winter of carefree driving should be enjoyed. u ," '."!: MOTOR QUIZ Bow Many Can You Answer! Q. Does an oil filter remove crankcose dilution? Ans. No. Its function Is to remove dirt snd foreign matter from the oil, which It does eff-iciently for 10,000 miles, after which the filtering unit must be renewed. This makes the filter as good ss new again. Q. Does sll the oil pass through the filter? - , Ans. Yes, In some filters the oil Is completely filtered from four to eight times an hour. Q. What causes discoloration of the oil even though the car Is equipped with an oil filter and Is It harmful? Ans. Extremely small particles of carbon In the olL No, it is not harmful. a Is an oil filter bag likely to rupture? Ans. No. Engineering tests have proved that It Is able to withstand a pressure of 150 pounds to the square inch which la much higher than the pres-sure attained In the engine. L. FAINT DERISION A genius Is a nut ahead of big time A stag party Is usually place where they stagger. Honesty Is the best policy and so Is , J laughing at the boss' jokes. ; About the only thing that makes a modern bride blush Is rouge. ' ,g Many a man wishes be ceold throt-- . tie down bis wife as be does his car. Nine times out ot ten when a iumsj asks for a candid opinion be expects; to get It candled. ., , . , " ' it sometimes takes a young married . man a couple of months to wake to the fact that be has been bugging an Illusion. Midweek Feature Section of the Chicago Dally News. , ; WOMEN BUY I ' Ninety per cent of all jewelry, i Eighty-tw- o per cent of all gro- - I cedes. A Ninety per cent of all laundry X service. V : ; - - Ninety-eigh- t per cent of all V ! silk sold In the country. . ... - , " , Ninety-eigh- t per cent of fur . ; nlture and borne furnishings. I Eighty-tw- o per cent of all x goods sold In department stores. Sixty-seve-n per cent of all v leather goods. Capper's Weekly. J! PROFESSIONAL judgenave you ever been arrested before my good man? Prisoner Now llssen, Judge I 1 don't look like no bud Jes makln' her debut do 1? ., Everything Fixed for Speed in Elopement The modern Borneo was making ar. rangements for eloping with his Juliet. "Now, darling,"' he said, "we'll run over our schedule for the last time. The car will be at the door jnst be-fore midnight You understand that?" "Yes, precious." "I'll creep round to your window and throw a handful of stones up sgalnst It to let you know I'm there. Do yop follow me, sweetheart?" "Absolutely, my own." "You will then creep downstairs with your suitcase. You'll be quite ready with It when I arrive, won't you?" She nodded. "Quite, dearest," she replied. "Moth-er Is packing it for me now 1" FAMILIAR FIBS "It suits madam perfectly I'",' '. "... and obey?" 1 will." J -- "Ob f That was my very first klas l"1 "Oh, you can rely on me, dear, I won't tell a soul." " "Here are your tilings. Most yon really go? I'm so sorry I" "Well, five dollars, thtn? Yon shall have It back on Friday without fall." CRIME When a criminal Is not condemned tha tiidce is. He who overlooks one crime Invites he commission of another. Men blush less for their crimes than for their weaknesses and vanity. Lsws set after crimes have been committed; prevention goes before them both. v Persecuted Mala Tht ways that srva a man to hurt, A laundry's favor wtna. It pulls tha buttons off hia ahlrt And nils It full of pirn. Claimed She Had Proof Senator McNary said In the course of on argument at a Washington luncheon : ' "He claims that he understands the farm problem, but the proofs be ad-vances remind me of the movie star. "She was jilting s hook and eye man, and he snld to her bitterly: '"You don't know what love Is.' " 'I do so. I know all about If said the movie star. 'Wasn't I dead stuck on my fifth husband?'" Detroit Free Press. Not m Question of Gallantry Straphanger (to another who has Just given up his seat to a woman) Good luck, sir. I've been traveling on this line for three years and I've never offered my seat to a womun. , The Other Then you've never had any manners, sir. "No, It Isn't that ; I've never had a seat." Stray Stories. Temporary Repairs Made on Broken Tire Chaina If a driver should be so unfortunate as to break so many cross pieces of the tire chains that they will not re-main In place around the wheel, the chains should be removed and wrapped around the tires as one would wrap a rope. This, of course, applies only when .the car is stuck In the snow or In deep mud, for after getting under way, the cumbersome "lump" should be removed. Owners should get Into the habit of repairing tire chains, the work requiring little effort The garage makes a charge of 10 cents, even for one new link, which the owner can install In less than one minute with a chain tool which most supply stores offer, or which can be had from the chain man-ufacturer. Answering personal letters Is not hard work If you don't regard It as very Important , , Efficiency for Pit Makers Efficiency has luvaded the kitchens of Germany, and Dr. Max Mengerlug Tiousen, styling himself a "household engineer," has eliminated woste mo Hons in pie making. lie placed a smuli lamp ou the wrist of a woman while she was preparing the ; pastry like mother did It. A camera recorded ev-ery movement of the woman's wrist In line on a photographic plate. When these were studied they revealed the different motions necessary for the op enitlon. snd suggested how more con-venient kitchen equipment and bettet organization of the work might re duce the fatigue Involved In kitchen labor, ..: Heart Trouble "The doctor told me I'd have a tobacco heart If I didn't stop buying cigarettes." "Yes?" "So I stnrted buying chocolates, and now I have a sweetheart" ' Old Lady'a Bright Idea as to Mending Methods The brilliant Dean Howard Chan-dler Itobblns, who has resigned Ma , office In the Cathedral of St, John the Divine, said the other day at a lunclh eon In New Yortt: , "When a marriage fulls It often hap ,,, pens that both contracting parties aru to blume. , , . . : "A young wife consulted an old lad;,., about her husband. Be was drinking. she said, and gambling, snd Oirtlng. and what not , . t a "The old lady listened rather jqulx-zleall- ' for she knew that the young r wife herself had rather a name for, daring frock- - and cock tail parties and general d neglect of the home. , "'Oh, dearl" So the lamentation went on. 'Oh, dear, If I could 'only mend Jim's ways!' . .. "'To mend his ways,' suid the quia-ilea- l old lady, 'the best beginning would be to mend hut socks." De-troit Free Press.. , , r WHAT SHE DISLIKED He Don't you like my company! She Your company Is all right, hut I don't care for you. This Little Grl Got Well Quick "Just after ber third birthday, my little daughter, Connie, had a serious attack of in-testinal flu," says Mrs. H. W. Turnage, 217 Cadwalder St, San Antonio, Texas. "It left her very, weak unii pale. Her bowels wouldn't act right, she had no appetite and nothing agreed with her. ? "Our physician told us to give her some California Fig Syrup. It made her pick up right away, and now she Is as robust and bnppy as any child in our neighborhood. I give California Fig Syrup full credit for her wonder-ful condition. It Is a great thing for children."...,,,,.. j,.,. Children like the rich, fruity taste of California Fig Syrup, and you can give It to them as often as they need It, because It Is purely vegetable. For over 50 years leading physicians have recommended It, and Its overwhelming sales record of over four million bot-tles a year shows it gives satisfaction. Nothing compares with It as a gentle but certain laxative, and it goes fur-ther than this. It regulates the stom-ach and bowels and gives tone and strength to these organs so they con-tinue to act normally, of their own accord. . There are many imitations af Cali-fornia Fig Syrup, so look for the name "California" on the carton to be sura you get the genuine. Traffic Jams and Joy Riders in Olden Days There were traffic troubles and tolls nnd Joy riders 100 years ago, when the automobile and bicycle belonged to the far future and the "Iron horse" and train were gazed upon in curi-osity. Newspapers of a century ago were filled will) stories of truffle mishaps and careless drivers of stages. "Buck In the days when rode, the authorities took serious counsel of such things as speedsters, road hogs, Joy rlilers, drunken drivers and of how 'femalqs' were enticed from their homes by the lure of the stage coach, and how pedestrians on the sidewalks were too frequently Injured by recklessly driv-en wheelbarrows," declares a recent Issue of the American Motorist The man who Is always waiting for, something to turn op Is usually asleep ' when It finally comes along. Martyr Since Chief of Motor Vehicles Shook started the fad, California has gone questionnaire crazy. They have them for everything anyone can think of. In Fresno, It was thought to be - a good I lea to acquaint the children with the trafllc rules, especially the rights of motorists and those of pedestrians. Naturally one question was: - "What Is a pedestrian?" To this question a girl gave tha answer: "A pedestrian Is a girl who wont neck." Adventurer! Th Musics are long-live- d Indeed; Best aetlera aeem forlorn "Robinson Crusoe" ellll we read, But where Is "Trader Horn"! A Hard Task ; rarlsboner My daughter's husband treats her shamefully. Priest But 0 woman should be obedient' to her husband, and follow him everywhere. Parlshoner Yes, but she can't do thnt. Her husband Is a chimney-sweep- . Karikaturen, Oslo. Clamp Very Serviceable : in Removing Car Dents An ordinary Iron proves servircnble In many cases In remov-ing dents from automobile fenders. To prevent damage to the finish, a wooden block of suitable size Is placed under the mud guard and another on tap of It at the point where the dent is located. These blocks should be of smooth, hard wood. The clump is screwed tight aspossible with the Then the clamp Is rocked back and forth. The pressure and the mo-tion slightly flattens the dent and the screw of the clamp enn again be tight-ened. The operation Is repeated until the dent Is completely flattened ouL-t'op- Science Monthly. , True Love Fond Mother Are you sure that be loves you and you alone? Sweet Daughter Oh. yes, mother, More then, than any other time. Lucky Day for Clerk , When He Answered Ad Voung Itiindall, a clerk in a big one In the Urnnd Central district had felt for a couple of year thai his work 'was not the re wurd it merited, and that he woulil never be given a hnnce to ascend the mdder of success In that pur ticuiar place . He was sure tliat bis Immediate 'superior was to oliime and eventually he gave up nil hope of re ceiving a promotion. The next day he answered a keyed advertisement 4 in, newspaper, pen ning a note that he himself agree.l was a good one. It evinced contl denok ambition "and vision, and he was sure that It would receive a favor able answer. And It did from the iresldent ot his own company! He was requested to call for an Interview, and he shud dered at the thout'hf of the mess Into wlilcn he had gotten himself. Event-ually he got op nerve, marched into the president's othe and told his story, - The president was Impressed to such an extent that be gave the youth the higher Job nnd bawled out the head who had failed to take cognixnnee oftbe ambition of the youth. New Tork Sun. Logical When Marlon's 'ingiitiier coaxed her to drink her milk, she objected strongl-y. Trying to persuade her. her moth-er said. "Why, Marion, your litt'e cous-in. Ruth, drinks her milk better than you do." , Very quickly Marlon responded. "Give It to Ruth, then 1" Christian ' Herald. Horn I Neglected by Many Automobile Owners Approximately 85 per cent of the owners of automobiles never oil their horns. Keciiuse the horn gives little trouble, little attention has been pufd to It The horn usually outlasts the car If conscientiously oiled. It Is not necessary to oil It as frequently as the other mechanism of the cartwice a year being sufficient. It takes little effort on the part of the motorist to be sure that his horn Is always In operating condition. Sure, but Why Mention It? - When a mother, father and daugh ter live together and there Is nn argu ment, father Is the minority. Toledo j Blade. ., v. -. AUTO NOTES StroiiK Interest In horseshoe pitching proves that the horse s still influen-tial. The nuto tire pitching contest may" arise Inter. a The same folks who wonder why the nioih is such a dam fool as to fly Into n flume, will try to bent a rail-road train oversaecerossing. Americanism: "An Eastern woman makes u- - fad of collecting the tags given In various countries for truffle violations." a a e To speed funernl processions, the municipal council of Paris,' France, has voted to supplant horse-draw-hearses by automobiles. a a a In the early days of the motor car. too, there were marvelous non-sto-performances by beginners who didn't know how to shsuteoeff the power, It diso' take much of a Hp reader to get the truffle officer's drift. e a The pedestrian's chance of reaching three score Is further shattered by the announcement fhat one of the leading automobile concerns will produce a supcrcar. a a a Gasoline gauges may not register accurately, but that Is not such a good j excuse for running out of fuel as ! many think. It is not hard to learn the gauge's margin of error and allow for it ... Or Extinct Law Student What would you call a woman who has nothing to say? Attorney Physically exhausted. Atlantic Flighta The United States navy flying boat completed the first transatlantic filKbl May 27, 11119. The Hrst non-sto- p flight by airship was made by the English air force Zippelln 4 June 1!'13. The first transpacific flight has Just been completed, 10 years later,, August Not Ona, but Many "Say, mister," said the little fellow to s next door neighbor, "are you the nmn who gave my brother a dog last week?" "Ves." "Well, ma says to come snd take them all bucki" Parking Tickets Ueael There Is one city that has solved its parking problems very much to Its own advantuge. Thnt Is Melbourne, Australia, where every man may park his car wherever he finds an empty SpRre otter he hns handed a police-man a ticket These tickets cost a shilling ench-ne- arly a quarter and each Is good for one day. The city council adopted this plan after the Supreme court hod ruled " that the city bad no authority to restrict auto-Ist- s as to where tbey parked theti cars. Changed It for Rope Mrs. fliltils I have a pretty good line on my husband. Mrs. Frills-W- ell. I had a pretty giMd line on my hnshnnd. but I had to change It for a rope. ' Ona Point of View On every thai leads thee to vexail.m apply this principle: That though this is a misfortune, to bear It nobly la good fortune.