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Te Banish Hairs
Ugly Imlry growths ran be re
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home It en jet n email original
package of ilelntene untl ml v Inte n
paste cmeiisIi of tin powder mill
water te rover the hnlrj surface,
lilts should be left en tin- s-kln
about - minutes, thru removed Mini
thr bkln washed nnil every trace of
hair will have vanished. Ne liavni
or Inconvenience can result from
thl.x treatment, but bu Mire ou buy
real ilelntene. Adv.
FOR BOOK READERS
ANMit rN a eniiii:i:mii,k
REDUCTION IN CHARGE
for .11 nv or Titr.tK ikmik.
Slop In nnil Rrrrlr Particular
&e money l rentlnc: n'l tl'e new
jjenuhir flfj-Mi and ihe nin-t tilled
of teiku of Trim I Hinterv III
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Pkila. Office: 119 S. 17th St., Philadelphia
tonmiltutleni Ueuncxlny II
Booklet Free. Mention AUr.
Buy your eggs in an
Asce Stere g
Fresh Eggs 9
27c dez- J
Geld Seal Eggs 8
The biggest and fullest
At all our Stores
Powder and Perfume
With Cuticura Talcum
An exquisitely scented, antiseptic
powder. Gives quick relief te sun
burned or Irritated slclns, overcomes
heavy perspiration, and imparts a
delicate, lasting fragrance, lcavlr.r;
the skin sweet and wholesome.
ItanU Imb r t tr Mill, AcMrru: "Cstirm liV
nttnut.vt i.tir, wmtm J, mm." SeM mn.
mer. uetpc. u nimertitf nrqc. iiiciac
butlcura 5ep arc without muz.
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CneratJens of splendid healthy
youngsters have been fed en Bor Ber
den's Engle Brand Milk. Fer it is
nothing but pure milk and sugar
the natural feed if, for any rea rea
en, mother's milk fails. Thou
sands of mothers testify te it
k. saw -
Drive te See Every Man Hurt in
War I3 Properly Taken
Care Of Is Started
BIG CAMPAIGN PLANNED
clean-tin campaign for the re-
I hnlillltiitlnt) of the tll-nlileil soldier Ii
nbeut te be uiidettal'.eii ' th", Xiwr
ran lit'RHili or
1' e ti 11 d 1 viinla.
I'lnns wcr nut
lined etci'ekty rt
a mpp'iiiK of the
UehnhlUtn t I 11
Committee of PI
trirt Ne. .'1.
I'ennrl. n n I n
and Maryland, In
the Arcadia t'afe.
Colonel .lixeiih II.
TlmmpMin, of Jtrnver I'alN, chalnnnn,
and commander of the Still" I'ommaml I'emmaml
itj of the I.PRlen. (irefldcd
Net destruclfp criticism and com
plaints nsaluM the Ceverniucnt and
Federal Kureaii for Vocational Tnilr.ln;:
Is the aim, but co-operation with tlirm,
In order that the tteverniiient may be
c imiielled te rjve aid te the man who
nee Is It and nl.-e lie protected from
theM! who Keek iinjiiMt claims.
"ThU matter of haudllm: the di
nbleil veterim is the biggest job In the
(iiiintr today," deelared (.'olenel
Tlienipsnn. 'AnarchNts are belliR
made of Mime ery line fellows because
they feel ttint the have net rpcchcd
a Mpiare deal, and (Heir .applications
have been forgotten or laid ludde.
'I'liere lias been n failure te show ac
tion In mail cat-es.
. "The eiin-h of mental affliction are
were than the physical. AVe realize
'that the Federal Heard l trjiiiR te de
the right tiling, and we intend te co-
I operate in It j work."
I It was the rnnMtiMis of opinion of
the committee that a beard of three
1 specialist, the her men pndb!p, be
' named te sit n titml beards of appeal
In wit-ex which had come te a deadlock,
or In which applicants had failed te
get action. In Mich ewnt the claimant
for ilR'iblllt compensation or for
. training or both would go before the
beard handling his particular form of
dlsabllltj. A Mgncd report en his con
dition, with recommendations for ills-
1 po'iten of the case would then be turned
ever te the IJnliabllltutlen Committee of
i the I.cgiun, which in turn would take
I Failing te receive the disposition
akpi In the dintrlet. the committee of
the Legien would then take the case te
a national committee sitting In Wash-
1 Ingteii te have tlie case icferred direct
te President Harding.
It was announced that separate con cen
feiences en surgical cases, hespitalism
( tlen. mental disease", tuberculosis and
I orthopedic treatment would short l take
ilace in Washington, attended by sp,..
ciallsts of national icpute. The rccmii rccmii
niendatlens of the arleus meetings wi'l
then be letuined te the I.eglen. which
"ill emleiner te carry them out te the
Te date 111, (ion pergenal contacts
have been made b members of the
Legien clean-tip s,,mc, consisting of 7IHI
officers, one from each pest In the
State. iMrect appeals te the bureau
for men in need hne already been
made. The district is one of fourteen
In the country and has progressed mere
rapidl.x thnn thine In ether sections.
Dr. It. .1. .McCarthej, a member of
the Rehabilitation Committee, recom
mended that the largest and best psycho
pathic hospital In the I'nltel States be
established In Philadelphia, nt what is
new the Naval Heme, at Thirtj -lifth
and (ira.Vs Ferry mad. He declared
that many psychiatric caei were new
in institutions that were unfitted te
receive them, and t liar the treatment
was negligible: that no effort was made
te cure patients who were curable cases.
The State Hospital at Nornstewn was
condemned for its handling of mental
cases, of which It has seventy. l)r.
William K. Rnken, of the committee,
declured that he had had letters net
only from patients, but from empleyes
there, telling of the depleiable condi
tions in the treatment of shell-shocked
men who had been sent thcie.
I'r. L It. Rogers, of the Veterans'
Bureau, will he one of the speakers at
t meeting of the Stem -Price Pet. Ne.
117, te be he'd Tlnir-daj evening. April
'-'7. at the P. it. S. of A. Riiildlng.
.Judge Lewis and Clarence l.neb will
The annual dance of the William P.
Ruche Pest will be given in the Fllte
Studie, Fiftj -sp. end and Market
-inns, April I'll. The prui eei will be
added te the home fund.
The Themas Roberts Re.ith Marine
Pest plans its Faster dance at the New
Centiirj Club fur net Meml.i. Unvid
C. Levy Is chairman of the Fntertnin
(in April L"J a uike walk will be ghen
hv the Fdwiinl II Aekerman Pest, Ne.
'! 17 A checker and pinochle teiirna
.mnt will e mauiiuriiMd at the next
mcetin; en Meridii
'I l.e ( i.tk Lane Pest
ii kew f. r a ibun i- te
Relb i.e-Sliatfe-d i'it
lie held at I lie
BIG STORM HITS MEMPHIS
Office Building Unroofed and Steam
ship Damaged In Gale
Mrmplili. . April 11. A wnidteim
which at lis height attained a velocity
"f forty -tu e miles an hei.r here lnM
night, tore the Jillet house from the
.Mississippi Jer Coniml-sjeii steamship
Mississippi, uilloefeil the iiflicc building
of the (Internment, t ' " it number of
barges from their m ..us and caused
ether dam i'.;e, pniulpally along the
Uncommon Sense .
Uy .JOHN RI.AKi:
Yll' nie, pietty
mui Ii, what tour
Your opinion mat net be important
te ether people, luit it ought te be high
ly important te you.
Learn te lerin It vnurself, using all
the Information, .ten inn get u its
Never held te an opinion if yen find
it is wrong or unfair. S'b k te It If
ou are eirtaln that It is light.
YOFR opinion Is part of pub'ie opin
ion, and It Is public opinion that
rule imllnim and detei mines whether
tlv world shall progress or remain as
Ne great movement, either by a stnte
or a nation, or by the Ofcrhl, can sue.
iced unless It is backed by public opin
ion. It was because the majority of the
u oriel's opinion was convinced that n
nillltnr.t autmiaey ought net te rule
the world that the gieat war resulted
as It did.
In ctrery creat dltnutt. whether h.
twtta BUei-Bel auUonrrer Jaberrandl
ifrii"" i i-aimi iifiUTA hi
: DISABLED HELPED
-b t-Mbw.'i. t" .
Going te Austria
Hnrrln & Kwlns.
.MRS. ALIIKRT WASHM'RN
Wife of the new Minister te
Austria, who sails seen with tier
husband. They will take up their
rcsldrncc In Vienna
NEW STYLE OF THEFT
Twe Beys Accused of Taking Phene
Receivers te Sell te Radie Fans
Twe boys were nrrested Inst night.
charged with cutting away telephone
receivers from the estlhules or apart
ment houses r.nd selling them for radio '
purposes. One of the lads, who said i
lie was Antonie Casllle, fifteen years
old, of Snitnlu street near Thompson,
was arrested by District Detectives i
(ireenttald and Krause, after a chase
of several blocks.
The detectives said they found two
telephone receivers and a pair f cut
ters In the boy's pockets. The re
ceivers had been taken from an apart
ment house at Fifteenth nnd Master
streets. On Information given by
Casille, the pelli e arrested Jeseph Mey,
a Chinese, nt his home, nt I'leventh
street above tiiraid. They took from
him three recehers. sulci te have been
removed from HI!- North Fiftepnth
street, and a pair of cutters. Reth
lads were taken te the Heuse of De
tention. EQUALIZE NUPTIAL VOWS
Prayer-Boek Reviser Gives Reasons
for Proposed Change
New Aerh. April 11. I Ry A. P.)
Women in the Failed States aie. In
neatly all iespec, the equals of men.
and therefore the piemlses and vows
at marriage heuld lie reciprocal
Such is the substance of a stuienient
made today bv (Jcerge Xnbriskle. mem
her of the Commission en Rctisien of
the Reek of Common Pinter of the
K iscep.il Cliiirih. In explanation of
some of the changes the commission j
of the Church in Peitlnnd, (be
"In reviewing the marriage service
the commission" he s.i(. "considered
that the status of woman has greatly I
changed since die scrtW was Incor
porated in the prater book in I'sil,"
REASSIGN HIGHWAY BOARD
Commissioner Doughty Has, Juris
diction Over Camden County
Trenten. April 11. -With a full mem
liersbiti of right men the State High
way Commission has redeignnlcd te
each of these officials certain of the
twenty-one counties of the Stale eter
which thet are te exer. is. jurisdiction.
The ridesinalieiis were 'inneiinced
today as fellows A. S L. Deaghlv,
At'anlic. Rutliueten. Camden Caee
Miij and Ocean; Charles Senbroek. Al
Innllc. Cinnlieiliiiid. (ileticesler nnd Sa
lem; Jehn Furls, Utsc u and Hudsen;
(iceiige Paddock. 1S. ; Wnlter F.
Whitienieie. Hunterdon. Su.ssc, and
Warren. Themas K Ccdlins, Mercer,
Somerset nnd I'tilen; (Jeorge L. Ruiten,
.Middlesex and Mnnmniith, Charles '!
Duffy. Merris an I Rum.iIc.
TRUCK DRIVERS ARRESTED
Charged With Three Accidents
Account of Liquor
I.e.tiliiiL'. P.i.. April II. Three acci
dents 1. 1 le- than half an hour mused
the ar'-c-t of Themas Dicksen, li'J." Fast
( iinnra str,.et. and Charles Kraiise,
."lei:: Dilliuati stieet, Philadelphia, last
lil.'.ht. They were elilvlng a heavt truck
from Philadelphia, nnd, acierdlng te
tlie police, were under the inlltunce of
The first report caiwi from near
reirisiewii in .Mount reun tne.t nar- i
retvlj escaped serious injurv when they
t,ve kei tlie machine of .Jehn Albright.
Jteaeiiiig police niiallv lialieel their z.g
ig p.'iili after a oelllsjcn t.eie, Di
son was fined $15.
MICHIGAN TOWNS FLOODED
Heavy Rains Send Rivers Out of
Banks and Cause Great Damage
Alpen.i, Mich., April II e lit A.
P I- High water, caused bt lecenti
heat.t lulus, has caused hentt d linage
in many parts of Netthein Lewer
.MiiliiKiin nnd Is ilireaienm,' in in
lindnte the town of Tower en the De-troll-.
ind Mackinaw Itailn.el north of
Damage also Inis, been e-i i.ed near
Alpena, but residents of eutlting dis
tricts weie warned of tlie ti-ing waters
ami lied te places of safety
The water continued te ne slowly
.te-lcrd.it an da heat.t iii.u nehleded te
the danger of still gicaier lleml dam
age Your Opinion
capital, it is ih,
opinion which K the.-
'lhe great strike which startnl a few
weeks a?e will he determined flnallv by
pub e minion. And that is the reason
whj you slieuld r?n I all you cm about
it and fenn your opinion as te the
merits of the claims of both sides.
De that en nil iiucstlens whether
rhev affect the nation or the city in
which .teu live
Ferm jour opinions fr"in your read
ing and from anv Information you can
get as u, the merits f public men
If you have opinions which are enre
fully formed, jeu will vote Intel, Jgcntlr,
nnd it Is the luek of intellUenr voting
mere than nny ether ene thing which
keeps the wirhl from milking the prog preg
rets that it ought te make,
The opinion of today need net be the
epln'nu of tenin-rntv, for time chnnges
situatlnns. Rut If j-mj gpt Inte the way
of deciding what Is right nnd what is
wr"iig In all controversies, jour judg
ment will gradually strengthen and von
I will seen have opinions that ether men
tm,, jrit," " Jks. I
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Legien Head Advises Ex-Service
Men te Return te Their
CHANCES THERE FOR ALL
Uy lie Associated I'ress
Indianapolis, April 11. Kx-servlce
men were nsked-tO'in bftek te their
I lieme town and set n job. In an appeal
which liniifern .tiac-wecr, national
i eeminnniler of the American I.eglen, te
day asked the Associated Pi ess te
broadcast te the jobless veterans who,
H 4iBuiltLikea iWm
H Skyscraper HS
S , Jump into the open drawer. Jump
Ip hard! Yeu can't harm it. The
P drawer will still "coast" in or
Wm out at a touch afterward.
BUILT like a sky
etc., of channel steel.
Even go skyscrapers
one better, because elec
tric welded into one solid
piece. Ne nuts no
belts no rivets no
reds no screws.
Drawers silent and
speedy. Will run 100
years without repair or
Guaranteed the best
file you ever used or
your money back.
k- i?Ji I
1010 Chestnut St.,
Stett and Weed Filet
. " Jf.li-XV1A,VK ," t . JI,?'.V,. ' . X'.'l.triM LffJ T .VIS WLiiW T'iV?
, - - ll IT I! - I ' - I
he said, are cenfrcitatln In tlic lanjcr
cities, where the tineinpTe.wncnt sltnn sltnn
tlen Ih bccemliin werne. The l.egjen s
effort te find employment for the 700.
0(10 jobless ex-service men, begun three
weeks nge. Is gaining In effectiveness,
Mr. MncNIdcr said.
"Rut the stlffest pyeblem with which
the Legien has had'te deal from the In In
ccptlen of this effeit," Mr. MncNIdcr
continued, "has been the floater or
tourist claas of unnnplnjed. In order
te benellt the worthy, the first princi
ple of our effort has been for every com
munity te take care of !! own. I
cannot emphasize tee strongly that the
llrst obligation of a community Is te
the men who claim that community as
"The drifter who has net thought
enough of nny community te become
Identified with It and nfcstinie his fair
share if the obligations of citizenship
nnd community responsibilities has no
renren te believe that community tbc
tinder nny obligation, te him new. y
"There Is congestion In the great
cities. Here unemple.tment Is at Its
worst. He Is a peer man indeed who
Card Index Equipment
In his own home town has net a. job
waiting for him, If he will but put him
self In the way of getting II. The Le Le
geon's advice Is:
"Oct back home. (Jet back among
your own comrades, (let bnck among
the people who have watched you
grew from boyhood te manhood and
who naturally feel the jjreatest grati
tude toward you for your service In
the war. Hack with the home felkh
lies your ciinnce of honest, profitable
employment among friends, Among
strangers you cannot expect te be
treated ether than ns a stranger. Other
things being canal, the boy from home
will always he preferred ami the
stranger will be passed by."
Singer's Wife Gets $2,000,000
New YeeJt. Anrll It. Mrs. Clara
Slclcken Hchwartx, wife of Jeseph
Schwartz, operatic baritone, will receive
A Suit You'll Be Proud of
Our British Club 4-Butten
Suit for Yeung Men $30 te $35
THE illustration speaks for itself and the popu
larity with which these Club Suits have been
received is mighty gratifying te us and equally
gratifying te these who are wearing them.
Three Groups of
Chevy Chase Checks
If you want them
handsomely silk lined
they are $37.50.
If you want them
lined with guaranteed
plain linings they are
$30 and $35.
4-Piece Gelf $35
Suits A Hit!
It's a fact; long
trousers for business,
sers for . golf, or for
wear en any occasion.
Last Shipment of
Won't be able te im
port any mere this sea
son. They're selling
for $45 in New Yerk
Capital and Surel
i,000,000 from tlie .-date ' h" fmt
bimbnnil. Herman Hlcleken. known a
r-ceffee kl g " R rcVS yes
lerelav T. .SiirreBflte'.. Court. The suuief
We desire, in our Lexington Retail Sales
Department, also Gardner Retail Sales Depart
ment, a number of experienced men. Attractive
selling contract. Apply in person or by letter.
LEXINGTON MOTOR CO. OF PENNA.
VT. A. KUSBR, Pre.
Lexington Building, 851-53 N. Bread St.
William H. Wanamaker
1217-19 Chestnut Street
Spring Overcoats, $45
Just received them
and the goods fairly
sparkle with vitality
which was imparted
te them when indus
trious Irish Colleens
spread them en the
hedge-rows after they
had taken them from
the old - fashioned
looms in their typical
New Spring Hats
$5 and $6
Anether let just re
ceived in the very new
est colorings and you
knew a new suit for
Easter means a new
soft hat for Easter.
Chartered 1836 '
Have Yeu a Residence or
Since the beginning of the year this . Company
has sold for its clients 1 1 7 properties having an
aggregate value of mere than $2,000,000.
If you have property for sale, it is suggested that
it be listed without delay se that you may take
advantage of the marked increase in demand
usually apparent at this season of the year.
The Real Estate Department of this Company
combines every function of a real estate agency
with the additional security and financial respon
sibility of a trust company.
Fer further details and lists of Philadelphia, sub
urban and seashore properties for sale or rent,
address The Real Estate Department.
$00,000 wail left'te tlie (eftaieVs'2
Ipubilc .mrk and . taltafjM
itjic construction of a hospital ,crJ(
'city, .nancn-unucii, urnnnny. foil
A New and Better
Value Than Usual
Extra Trouser Suifs
Ne store in Phila
delphia can match
these for quality they
are fine, unfinished
worsteds in mighty
handsome striped pat
terns brown with
stripes, blue and black
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