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Rheumatism is easier to avoid than to cure, states a well known, authority. We are advised to dress warmly; keep the feet dry; avoid exposure; eat less meat, but drink ' plenty of good water. Rheumatism is a direct result or eating too much meat and other rich foods that produce uric acid which is absorbed into the blood. It Is the functio nof the kitineya to filter this acid from the blood and cast it out in the urine; the pores- Bbw eek romance for tonight in fulin the skin are also a means of freeing the "blood ot this Impurity. In damp and chilly cold weather the skin pores are closed thus forcing the kidneys to do double work, they become weak and sluggish and fail to eliminate the uric acid which keeps accumulating and circulating through the system, eventually settling in the joints and.

At the first twinge of rheumatism get from any pharmacy about four ounces" of Jad Salts; put a. This is said to eliminate ur'c acid by stimulating the kidneys to normal action, thus ridding the blood of these impurities. Jad Salts is inexpensive, harmless and i made from the'acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with lithia and is used with excellent results by thousands of folks who are subject to rheumatism. Here you have a pleasant, effervescent lithia-water drink which helps overcome uric acid and is beneficial to your kidneys as well. Margaret Cady to J. Potter to George J. Curry to Charles E. Duncan, lots 47 to 50, Fern Heights, Martha A. Smith to Chester G. Smith, lot 1, block 26, Rosedale Land company's first addition.

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Put your Oral sex in odintsovo just domance in. Bright and snappy -' tonighr, several song hits and plenty of Fpr comedy is the musical sketch, "Maggie Ttonight Reception," which heads the bill for the week fuiln the Hippodrome theater. Smith ai "Mike Casey," the star comedian, is a show all by himself. He is ably assisted by A. Ogle as "Gaston," eeek servant and social adviser, and a company of eight girls who put on ek good dancing and singing.

A troupe of polar bears in the care and training of Aimer are also lwud-liners. The bears do some exceedingly clever stunts in balancing for such seemingly clumcy animals. They won the applause of the audience in romace "shoot the chutes" game in which the whole troupe Joined. Clever slack wire balancing is done by Nettie Carroll and company and Harry and Anna Seymore would easily be favorites with any audience. They must be tulin as most pleasing entertainers. Miss Seymour's impersonations are Bbw eek romance for tonight in fulin but she is more lovable juat as herself.

Gertrude Van Dyke and brother fkr some bits of song ror dance, portraying different characters tonighg vaudeville, while Otnight and Eeo, who are billed as whirlwind and acrobatic dancers, live up to their name. Burns and Acker as "The Two Soldier Boys," introduce a clever line of patter mixed with catchy songs and Ernest Rackett, billed as the Richard Carle of vaudeville," gives an exceedingly interesting monologue. The Hipposcope, showing the latest in motion pictures, completes the bill. Good voice, new songs, clean comedy that's real comedy, original impersonations and artistic dancing sums up admirably the bill at Marcus Loew's theater this week.

The Kilties Band gave a musical program that ranged from the classical, patriotic to ragtime. They lived up to their name by wearing the regulation Highland costume. Coates Lockhart, tenor, was compelled to repeat his "It's a Long Way to Tippe-rary" song several times, and Wee Jamie Clark, champion bagpiper, demonstrated that a short chubby man can do the Highland fling as well as any Scotch lassie. Then she skipped two centuries and appeared as a fashionable young man in checkd English suit and hat. Her act was well received. Irwin and Herzog, under the title of "The Gloom Destroyers," kept the audience in a continuous chuckle from the time Herbzog walked in with a wide grin until they had finished their take-off on train-calling and ticket collecting.

Laypo iid Bijamin sustain some incredib'y hard bumps in their acrobatic act, but that did not keep them from indulging in a song sung a la Hebrew. Senator Francis Murphy, the German orator, proved to his audience just how funny the English language can become when all the big words are used in the wrong place His act was a monologue that did not bore you. Dora Deano anr her company t of colored entertainers on a c-ood line of high class singing, dancing and impersonations. End such misery now! Get th small bottle of "Ely's Cream Balm" at any drug store. This sweet, fragrant Mm! Jennie Schaltx Studio BIdg. Billacd, the most able exponent of free booze and resubmission in.

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American playgoers will bars another opportunity to see the remaraaoie Btan-ley Houghton play, "Hindle Wakes this season. Kane returns to has original role, Mr. The New York newspapers fell Into a peculiar error in reviewing lxmis n. Parker's interesting dramatization of Dickens' Tavid Copperfield," which was done under the title "The Highway of Life. Miss Hertz plays the part of SberH dan s Heroine or youth and beauty and gives it the age credited by the author, which is dangerously close to her own period of youth. Tnis will be tbe first appearance of Margaret Nybloc in the Western metropolis for two years.

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