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' ;im WASHINGTON HERALD . MONDATf OCTOBER 71912.
OBTAE HEW LIFE. HOWEIXS
THE SDt'RCME TONIC AND
Reatorea the nen. forea and ohaaatea
Titabty by replacing the dead nerre and
bran tiefwt. A remedy for Nirrone Proa
tration. Nearaetherna. Paralyiia, and all
vitiated or weakened condltiona of the yv
tra in men and vomra. A pneiUTe remedy
if ex- DYbTErSIA and INDIGESTION.
Guaranteed free from morphine, cocaine,
chloral, or any other narcotic drag. Emy
inch of improreinent cnmra to etay. Write
for onr new bonk. Each package, containing
full 30 day." treatment, by mall. Jl C II.
HOWEI.S A CO , SO Church St., Sew Tors
CUT. Sold at Henry trans', 100 p 8t.
.; Afflrrk'a Prof Store. W O HI. bw.:
Afieck'a Dm Htore, 1Mb and F Bta. nw.:
ail O'Donnell Pharmacies, and all drafsletB,
.36 naaa amis
AU f Oar Swttebe. An Cntn
Made and Xanatnerare la
Oar Ovra Factory.
IUIIS MAK IP FIOM CIHIIIIS
The Jajitary leiity Parlirs
Faea aad aenlp Saeelallsta.
B. F. 8TJTOR, Max. lat F St. HVW.
We Cite Vote in The Berald'a J300B Cartas'.
When you are about to throw
away your old clothes, bring
them to us, and we will return
them to you new. Our experienced
workmen make no mistakes,
Phone Main 1152 and we will
709 9th St. N. W.
We atre Herald SSSMO
WASHIRITOH IHTOR CO.
Phone Mala 1081.
1223 Hew York Ave. Hsrthwest
"If It'a a Bnttoa tit Bare It."
We Rlre Totea in The Berald'a COD) Contest.
An Educational Campaign
Pure wheat and corn starch is
what we use in our starching
Let us show you.
Dry Cleaners and Dyers,
437 New York Ave.
We arlre Herald S23,000 contest votes.
Trite Luxuries. Elgin Bitter.
236 EStN.E. Phone L. 497
We Glee Totea In The Herald'a C5 000 Contest.
Etve the labels. Good for 5 votes In
Cewns at Special Smner Rates.
513 12th St. N. W.
We Gire Votee in The Herald'a 0.030 Conteat.
BREAD AND PIES
2106 Pa. Ave. W. 25
We Gire Totea in The Berald'a J3.000 Context.
Lowe Bros H. & Paints
cover from 50 to 100 more
square feet than the ordi
nary paint, and it lasts
from 2 to 3 years longer
therefore, it costs less. It
won't chalk or blister.
DE MAINE & CO.
3213 M St. N. W.
We Gire Votee in The Berald'a COD Cost.
ME&Stt IP10LTEIIK aad
BfaBB SLIP MYERS.
I " "I Estimates Given.
HTML IP HOLSTEIlie Cfc,
ree-a ttt a, x.w. Ft, tsm bl
We Gire Totea in The Herald'a iS.ee Cbntefi.
S. M. CARROLL, 3304 6a. Art
Ladles' and Gent's Furnishings,
Sta ItiL Orcrs Sept 31
Souvenirs given with each pair.
Get top Totea here in'Berald CS.0M Conteat.
MEXKAR CHILE COR CARRE
IMS X. T. Am.
DO YOUR FEET ACHE?
The quickest simplest, surest remedy is
Fifteen Cents a -Box.
I.V.SIHTI. 22dt.Pa.An. -
We Gin Tote In The Bmld'a BMN Contest .
4 WORTH $10.00
20 wafers Golden Rule Stomach
.Wafers tor acidity, flatulency.
Call tat' Palmier New Jersey and
bffllim rillmi New York Ave. H7W.
,w bit Manual ;
TOPICS OF INHERES? TO EVERY WOMAN
' EDITED BY JUU A CHANDLER MANZ
NEW FALL EFFECT
It is really surprising to note that some
of the effects shown this fall are really
new. This beautiful gown is decidedly
unlike any seen before.
The material H one of the striped vel
vets, showing a narrow stripe of rich
burnt orange between wide stripea of
taupe gray velvet. The closing is in
front, a little to the right side, and a
wide reer coers the right side of the
front. The reer and sash end are em
broidered in orange and gold, and a little
of the embroidery shows on the narrow
cuffs. A collar of embroidered linen
finishes the neck.
Very Fine Beans.
Wash the beans and scak over night In
water. When needed cook as usual until
tender. Pour off the water, and In place
of it add enough sour cream to moisten
the beans thoroughly. Set over a slow
lire and allow to simmer for half an
hour. These are very fine.
Try stuffing tomatoes that are to be
baked with corn fresh ;ut from the raw
roasting ears. A generous piece of but
ter should be added to each tomato. Corn
without plenty of butter is like a stock
company with the leading man out of
Cnre for Burns.
I have often noticed soda ghen as a
remedy for burns, but if those mho have
formerly used soda will try kerosene
they will never use anything else. In
case of burns on -the Angers merely dip
them into a dish of kerosene, but pour
over other parts In slight burns not
een a blister will arise.
Light moTes at the rate of 300.000 railea a aecood.
SAVE YOUR EYES
Simple Home Treatment Will Enable Yon
To Throw Awiy Your tilasus.
"HOW TO SAVE THE EYES"
IS THE TITLE OF X FREE BOOK.
At last the good news can be pub
llshed. It is predicted that within j
few j ears eyeglasses and spectacles
will he so scarce that they will be re
garded as curiosities.
Throughout the civilized world there
has, for several years, been a rccoc-
nlzed movement by educated mcdlcil
men. particularly eye experts, toward
treating sore, weak, or strained eyes
rationally, rne old way was to flt a
pair of glasses as soon as the eyes were
found to be strained. These classes
were nothing better-than crutches. They
neer overcame tne trouble, but merely
gave a little relief while being worn,
and they made the eyes gradually
weaker. Every wearer of eyeglasses
knows that he might as well expect to
cure rheumatism by leaning upon a
The great masses of sufferers from
eye strain and other curable optic dis
orders have been misled by those who
were making fortunes out of eje
glasses and spectacles.
GET RID OF YOUR GLASSES.
Dr. John L. Corish, an able New York
phjBicIan of long experience, has come
forward with the edict that eeglasses
must go. Intelligent people every
where are Indorsing him. The Doctor
says the ancients never disfigured their
facial beauty with goggles. They em
ployed certain methods which have re
cently been brought to the light of
modern science. Dr. Corish has writ
ten a marvelous book entitled. "How
to Save the Eyes," which tells how
they may be benefited. In many cases
instantly. There is an easy home
treatment which Is just as simple as it
Is effective, and It Is fully explained In
this wonderful book, which will be
sent free to any one. A postal card
will bring It to your very door. The
book tells vou whv eveelattiiH nr
neeaiess. ana now tnev may he nut
aside forever. When you have taken
advantage of this information obtained
in this book vou mav h. nhle tn thwiw
your glasses away, and should possess
healthy, beautiful, soulfully expressive,
magnetic eyes that indicate the true
cnaracter ana win connaence.
BAD EYES BRING BAD HEALTH.
Dr. Corish goes farther. He asserts
that eyestrain is the main cause of
neaoacnes, nervousness, inaoillty, neu
rasthenia, brain fag. sleeplessness.
stomach disorders, despondency, and
many oiner aisorners. Leading oculists
of the world-confirm this and say that
a vast amount of physical and mental
misery is due to the Influence of eye
strain upon the nerves and brain cells.
When eyestrain is overcome these ail
ments usually disappear as If by magic
' FREE TO YOU.
The Okola Method, which Is fully ex
plained In Dr. Corlsh's marvelous book.
Is the method which is directed at
making your eyes normal and saving;
them the disfigurement of these need
less, unpleasant glass 'windows. If you
wear glasses or xeei mat you snouia be
weariner them, or If vou are trniihlul
With headache In the forehead or nerv
ousness when your eyes are tired, write
today to Okola Laboratory. Dept. a9XC.
Rochester. N. Y- and-ask them to send
you. postage prepaid, free of all charge,
the book entitled "How to Hav. tha
Eves." and rota-will aavar rearat thai
aten talcea. ' .
THE HOME BOARD
With Some Delicious 'Corn Becipet
."Aye, the Corn, the Royal Com,
Within whose yellow heart
There Is health and strength for all the
Cereal and Cream.
Creamed Fish Rich Corn Cake.
Tomatoes Stuffed with Corn (Martha
Brown Bread. Cottage Cheese. Grape
Milk or Tea.
Cream of Celery Soup. Croutons.
Veal Chops. Baked Potatoes.
Cabbage and Sweet Pepper Salad.
Peaches and Cream or Short Cake.
Rich Corn Cake. Three-fourths of a
cup of corn meal, one cupful of white
flour, four tcaspoonfuls of sugar, one
scant teaspoonful of salt, one cupful of
melted butter, two eggs. Mix and sift
the dry Ingredients, add cream slowly,
beating continually, add melted butter
and eggs beaten very light. Pour mix
ture Into a shallow well-buttered pan and
bake twenty minutes In a hot oven.
Plain Corn Bread. One tableepoonful of
lard worked Into a pint of flour and corn
meal half and half, a teaspoonful of
salt: beat yolk of one egg In a cupful of
milk, stir In. add tablepoonful of sugar,
the white of the egg well beaten and two
teaspoonfuls of baking powder. Bake in
a hot oven.
Tomatoes Stuffed with Corn Follow
Martha's instructions, adding a slice of
bacon on top of each tomato before bak
According to the government experts.
our corn crop this year is immense. We
should enjoy street corn while In season:
any corn left from a meal. If cooked on
tne con, may Be cut on and dried: a
handful I". a great improvement to soup
in the winter. Corn meal is wholesome
and very nourishing, and may be used In
a great variety bt wavs
Corn Relish A seasonable recipe. One
and one-half dozen ears of corn, four me
dium sized onions, one medium sized cab
bage, two green sweet peppers, one
smarty one. Chop or put through food
chopper the cabbage, onions and pep
pers, add corn freshly cooked and cut
from the cob. Mix one cupful of flour
with two tablespoonfuls each of salt and
tumeric powder, one and a half table
spoonsful of do mutard and one-half a
cupful of sugar: add a quart of tine
gar and cook until smooth: add another
quart of vinegar and the chopped vege
tables and cook half an hour. Seal while
hot In sterilized Jars.
Crab Apple Conserve Four quarts crab
apples quartered and cored, one quart of
water, nine cupfuls of sugar. Juice and
chopped rind of one large lemon, one tea
spoonful of cinnamon. Cook to a fine
Jam about one and a half hours.
The back is in one piece and is loose
fitting, while the wide collar may be
Fame has no laurel wreaths
her to wear;
In quiet ways her simple life
In factions' strife and plots she
had no share.
Nor In the favored cry of dis
content. No noble ends she served, so one
Who knew not the beauty of
Or how her life had cheered life's
hours of gray.
And soothed with gentle touch
griefs searing smart.
In heart who knew her love, her
Sweet memories that brighter
grow with years.
And thoughts not of her place in
.But how her kiss could banish
-By Arthur Wallace Peacfi. In
If a horse stumbles .give him his food
on the floor Instead of in the manger.
The position necessarily taken In feed-"
Itur strengthens the muscles of the knees
and so remotes the cause of the stum
bling. A bene "lust brouxh-frnm nats.
fnpj ajMat.iwTili - -
1 ! 1
FOR SCHOOL SATS.
Navy blue suiting, having a white
stripe, was chosen for this girlish frock.
The material, although rough. Is not
heavy, and the arrangement of bias
bands form the principal trlrrtng.
These arc hemmed with the hem on the
outside, which gives the effect of a
The clear glass buttons are sewed on
with brilliant cerise silk, and silk velvet
ribbon la used for bow and girdle. A
dainty linen collar is fastened in the
back and shows about an inch above the
Experienced Mothers Know. r
That ery few are Just to children.
That It Is easier to be generous than
That many children become discour
aged lec:iuee their best efforts meet with
That nothing causes a child to cease
his efforts to please sooner than to find
that ever thing he does is taken as a
matter of course.
That each child's disposition as well as
hi-; constitution should be studied con
scientiously and carefully.
IN BLACK WOOL VELOURS FOR
Three and one-half vards velours, Bt
Four vards satin lining. X Inches.. 4C)
Two spools silk. 10c each 29
Half a dozen bone buttons I30
l"aris pattern No. 1001 10
IN BLANKET CLOTH FOR J11.T0.
Three and one-half jards cloth. 51
Inches wide H0.ro
Two spools silk a)
Six metal buttons, 15c each w
Paris pattern No. 1001 10
Three-quarter coats are considered the
smartest this oeason. and one of the new
plain designs Is Illustrated. The pattern,
however, allows for cutting the coat full
closed high around the neck for the very
There Is a notlcable absence of stiffen
ing In the best grade of long coats, and.
In fact, the thick, soft materials now
used do not need this.
Wool velour Is one of the new cloths
vhlch is being widely used for smart
lerg coats, and this comes In a variety
of colorings. A coat of this material
needs a lining, and a soft pale satin is
the prettiest choice.
We have not seen the last of blanket
or double faced cloths, and many of the
best looking three-quarter and full
length coats are being made of this. It
Is much softer than last j ear's cloth,
however, and does not require a lining.
The trimming feature In most of these
wraps is the use of very ornamental
buttons, three or four large ones fasten
ing the front and smaller ones decorat-
The above pattern may be obtained In
sizes 31, 3t, 3i, 3S, 40. and 42 bust, and
will be sent postpaid by the Fashion De
partment of The Washington Herald on
receipt of 10 cents. Be sure to state
number and size.
Brocades In Bilk, satin, and velvet are
shown for gowns and evening coats. The
velvet brocade Is considered the smartest
for this season. The material Is made
wun oucxgrounas or nne marquisette,
chiffon, chiffon cloth, charmeuse, gold
Uotli, silk, and satin.
Berlin Tea Cakes.
Break one-quarter of a pound of but
ter and one-half pound of sugar to
gether. Beat the whites and yolks of
four eggs separately, stirring in the
whites the last thing. Spread this mix
ture on a pa,n, not having it quite so
mm as lor waters, cover the top with
chopped almonds, ground cinnamon, and
a mire sugar. oaKe light brown.
The nret llfo liuoranee orfuuzation in America
mas chartered in 1759.
I WANT to pnwe it to jonr aatiafaction. If too
hare Bheuroatlam, acnte or chronle-Hio autter what
jour condittoD writ tdar for say FHEK BOOK
on "BHKCMATISM-Ita'Ceiiae aad Cure." Thou
aands can "it "The suet araodernd book ever writ
ten." Dont sand s atamp-it's ABSOLUTELY
LAYS CORNER STONE
Ga-Yel, Property of Georg Wash
-ifAiyfAn TTsil 11 alAiv-tmi-iv -at tilt
""r-?' -:r. n ::z ' i
Aioan's uniitt nidi-
Right Rev. Alfred Harding. Bishop of
Washington, In the presence of a large
congregation laid the cornerstone of 8t.
Alban's Guild Hall, In Wisconsin Ave
nue, Immediately after the close of the
cathedral open-air services at the Peace
Cross yesterday afternoon. Bishop Hard
ing was assisted by the Rev. G. C. F.
Bratenahl, former rector of St. Alban's.
and Rev. C. T. Warner, present rector
of the parish; Rev. J. H. Garner and
Canons De Vrles and Williams, of the
Cathedral or 8S. Peter and Paul.
A committee from Potomac Lodge, F.
A. A. M.. was present at the ceremonies.
having charge of the Washington gavel,
which was used at the corner stone lay
ing ceremony. This historic gavel was
presented to Valentine Rlentzell. master
.t Potomac Lodge, by George Washing
ton, by whom It was used at the laying
of the corner stone of the Capitol. The
Marine Band .assisted during the serv
The committee In charge of the cere
monies Included escort of the bishop,
Robert S. Chew and Edward Brooke;
transportation, Robert D. Weaver and
R. H. Goldsborough; Washington gavel.
uenjamin u. Hunt: pumiclty, Q-. H.
Powell; grounds and seating, WHMam
Weaver, James C. Dulln. James L.
Owens. George Weaver, and Henry E.
The unherR were Titflt. Ttovd Tavlor.
L. V. Austin, Norman Brooke, Horace
L. Beall, Claude Brown. J. M. Burrell,
G. Bowdoln Cralghlll. Arthur Carr, Dr.
A. E. Clark, Joseph T. Exnlcios. W. L.
Pet, Louis Schneider, Jr., Edgar Tur
ner. W. B. Upton, S. S. Voorhees, and
James R. Ellerson.
Those to take offerings were Frank
W Smith, Joseph T. Balnes. W. L.
Browning, Peter Blssett. Admiral C. M.
Cnester, A. Y. Gray, J. A. Lounsbury.
F. K. Mlddleton. E. M. Weeks. Frank
"Wagner, and Dr. L. W. Eugster.
The guild hall adjoins St. Alban a Epis
copal Church within the Cathedral close.
In Wisconsin Avenue, Just south of the
llraddock stone. It Is of Gothic archi
tecture. 40 by K feet In ground plan.
and Is built of Potomac bluestone. It Is
being built by the Boyle-Robertson Con
struction Company. The building will
cost J13.W0. and. Its construction has been
made possible as a result of bequests of
land by the Jliess Mary Josepha and
I'.osa Morris Nourse. The land given
lay on the route of Massachusetts Ave
rue, and was condemned and taken for
the extension of that thoroughfare The
building Is raised as a memorial to the
Misses Nourse, whose family formerly
ov ned much of the ground in this vi
Geographically St. Alban's parish Is the
largest In the District, and supports five
mls-Mon churches in the territory, from
Connecticut Avenue to Chain Bridge.
WIRELESS LAW GOES
INTO EFFECT SOON
Preliminary Arrangements Now Be
ing Made by Department of
Commerce and Labor.
Preliminary regulations for putting Into
effect the wireless telegraph law enacted
b Congress at the 1 1st session are to be
made public this week by Acting Secre
tary Cable of the Department of Com
merce and Labor
The law establishes a complete sjstem
of Federal control, under which. It is
believed It will not be possible for an
other marine disaster of the character of
the Titanic wreck to be enacted. The
act provides that at least two wireless
operators must work and watch on all
ocean steamers, so that there will be
some one to receive distress calls at all
Congress appropriated J"S.Oi0 last Au
gust for drrjlng out the provisions of the
act. and the Berlin International treaty
governing radiotelgraphy. I'nder the
treaty, all ships are to be ab'e to com
municate with other ships under the
Morse code, regardless of nationality.
About ) American vessels come under
the act. nearly 100 commercial stations,
and many other stations connected with
colleges, schools and experimental labora
tcries. Amateur stations under the tfcope
of the regulations will number several
Kxamlnatlons were held last month to
obtain men qualified by technical training
to inspect the licensed wireless stations
Divided Into District.
The United States has been divided
Into wireless districts, under the reg
ulations, and Inspectors are to be ap
pointed to each district. The follow
ing cities have been appointed head
quarters of the respective districts:
Boston, New York. Baltimore. Savan
nah. Ga New Orleans, San Francisco.
Seattle, Cleveland, and Chicago. Wash
ington comes under the Baltimore dis
trict. The stations have been divided Into
the following classes: Limited com
mercial stations, experiment stations,
technical and training school stations,
general amateur stations, and special
amateur staffs. All must obtain li
censes. Einlnlng stations are to be
established and women are eligible ap
plicants for licenses of any class or
grade under the same conditions as
men. The examining stations are lo
cated at the United States navy yards
at Boston. Brooklyn. Philadelphia.
Washington. Norfolk. Charleston. S. C,
Mare Island. San Francisco. Cal Puget
Sound, Wash., and the naval stations
at Key West. Fla, San Juan. P. R. and
Honolulu. Hawaii. Other examining
stations are located at the Naval Acad
emy. Annapolis, Md : Fort San Hous
ton, San Antonio, Tex.; Fort Wood.
New York Harbor; Fort Omaha, Nebr.;
Fort Leavenworth. Kans.; St. Mich
aels, Alaska: Fairbanks, Alaska, and
the Bureau of Standards. Washington.
SECULAR LEAGUE MEET&
Prof. llland . Klrt MnLrs the
The World's Saviors and Human
Salvation" was the subject of an address
delivered at the first meeting of the year
of the Secular League by Its president.
Prof. Hyland C. Kirk. In the Pythian
Temple yesterday. Prof. Kirk said that
It was illogical that salvation. If such
there Is for human kind, should depend
upon the efforts of some Isolated Indi
vidual. The league passed resolutions or trib
ute to the late Dr. W. J. McGee. A copy
of these resolutions will be sent to Dr.
McGee" s widow. Rev. S. S. Laws and
W. C Arnett were among those who took
part In the afternoon's discussion.
To Hold Bauifir.
A large basaar and entertainment U1
be held at G. A. R. Hall on the evening
of November -C for which occasion an
extensive programme has been prepared.
The public Is Invited to attend the ba
zaar, and the members of the Phil Sheri
dan Corps are busied with various arti
cles which an to b. sold on that-even-
W Wmw emSTpA.Avt. "tataF m I
Lace Curtain & Portiere
As You Plan to Put Them Up.
Fortunate Purchastts Mad by Ua tttv Yu Timely OppmrXnrA
tits to Sav Naarly Halt
12.S0 Lace Curtains; great diversity of styles; Scrims, Not. f f CQ
tlnghams. and Nets, a pair ,....,"
aVores of different and new designs. Scrims have filet laces: nets are
cluny or cotton, laoc-trlmmed or "brald-on" styles. The Nottingham laces
are cioseiy woven, -iVi to sn yara lengtns.
S4.00 Heavy Portieres; many In charming Oriental styles;
all very effective. Pair
The soft colorings of the Orientals are mainly In broad stripes,
enlivened, by Jacquard designs. Some are In solid colors, with fringe,
gobelin band, or Van Dyke edging.
For Purity and
'Tis Made in the Most Scientific and Sanitary Ice Cream Plant
in the World.
See Your Reliable Dealer.
Ask for "The Velvet Kind" Ice Cream. SAVE THE CAR
TONS. They are valuable, and will be redeemed by The Wash
ington Herald for v.otes in their $23,000 contest. One-Iialf pint
good for 10 votes. One pint good for 20 votes. One quart good
for 35 votes. In freezers save coupon. One gallon good for 125
Southwest Corner M and Eleventh
Thirty-eighth Year Opens
' Mrs. Elizabeth J. Somers,
Mrs. Adelia Gates Hensley.
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes,
111 Eleienth St. X. E. Phone Line. 1T3S.
Washington School of Accountancy
Profovlooal eduction in accounUccjr. rerparins
for State certiUcate ct temped public accountant
and for Dusinew administration. Practical work
rieciallr adalted to men emrtojed dnricz the dar.
ii.,.,i- bnUetlr en renncst. Call er addresa. Dlree-
I in. of Educat ji. Y. M C. A.BIO SU N. W.,
pay and nicut. Coeducational. Truth Tear cin
trt. 3d t traded, high, and liusicfat ct,urea. Ua
pilaw ctaca K-Il0clMAN- HALL. Km ytt
SlBbt..Vtt. , lYincipaL
TcL M. 3S.
MARROUH, GNITAR ARR RARJO.
Wiltf r T. Holt aid Miss JL E. Hill
E EnsemMe rractlce weealr. Nrrdica Clnbs.
NEW STUDIOS KENOIS nCIUMVi. Lletenth
and c Strerti Northaest. Thone. Main SCSS,
IVES MASON FORD DEAD.
PoM-offlcc Dennrtment Kiaploje
Die. nt Seabrook. Md.
Ies Mason Ford, for many jears con
nected with the Post-office Derailment,
died suddenly at his residence at Sea-
brook. Md.. yesterday morning. Mr. Ford
was the youngest son of Dr. Charles M.
Ford, of this city, and a brother of
Charles F. Ford, of the Inter't.ite Com
merce Commission. He Is surlcd by
his widow and four sons.
Funeral services will be held at 3 o'clock
to-morrow afternoon from the residence
of his brother, :i Randolph Place North
west. MOKE NEWSPAPER RULINGS.
The name of any person holding news
paper stock for another as trustee will
not be accepted by the Post-office De
partment as representing compliance
with the post-offlce law requiring the
names of publishers, editors, and owners
to be filed with the Postmaster General.
Third Assistant Postmaster General
James J. Britt yesterday declared that
all statements not giving the real stock
holders names will be returned to the
senders for amendment. The law goes
so far as to require names of stock
holders, trustees, and een mortgagees.
Six thousand returns hae been made
I'm eH Tittir, Silt Baiia, Prims, WU-Crttt,
Wieplag SUb, Ac
ECZEMA CAN BE CURED TO STAY
and wbrn I mar emed. I mnui jiit what I mi-C-U-K-E-D.
and not ntrrely r-atchrd tip fr awhil,
to retain vone than tx-fcrr. ttrnwtntrr 1 make this
broad atttetnfnt after twitting ten j ear of my time
en this on dire ana handling; in the meantime
qnarter of a tnilhou eaes of thk dreadful disease.
Now. I do not care what all jm Ua.e ncd, nor how
many doctors haTe told joti that yen run Id not bo
cured all I ask is jiwt a chance to fhow ymi that 1
know what 1 am talking about. If vr?i will write
ma TO-1HV. I will sendjon a FREE TRIAI,
of my mild, aorthinc, suarantred cure that will cii
ilnco ym more in a day than I or any one clue ronM
in a. mfanth'ft time. If yon are rttAsmtcd and U-
covracrd. 1 dr yon to eire me a .-hance to prote
my claiBU. Br wnttiuc nw to-daT you ntll enjoy
more real comfort than yon had erer thenoht this
world holds for yon. Just try it and you will see I
am telling you the troth.
Br. j. LCimiir.in rut Sfiin. Mini. a.
Beferenee: Third National Bark. Sedalii. Mo.
Could luu do a better art than to ami this BoUn to
(Evening Sessions Exclusively.)
Opens Oct. 1. :S0 p. m.
Practical courses of two, three. an
four years, leading to standard decreet
Faculty of S. of whom 3 axe Federal
Judges or practicing lawyers.
The degree of Bachelor-of-laws can b
secured in two years.
Clashes limited to number p-rm'ttlnj
..The Post-graduate course leading tt
the degree of Master-of-lans may b
completed In one ear additional. Nc
charge for Patent Law Course to mem.
bers of the post-graduate class.
For catalogue, application blanks. &c
address the Dean, at the Administration
Offices. Southern Building. Phone Main
!.; or after October 1 at National Law
School Building. S16-S1S 13th St. X. "W.
Xloetr-accoad year. " '
Day and Late Afternoon Seaatons.
Colombian College, A. B.. B. S. In Chem.
College nt Easlnrerlns; and Meck.al.
... B. S. in Arch. C. E.. E. E, and
College of the Political Selene, A. B.
Tejjener. College. A. B. and Teachers
Offices: 2023 G Street
School of Gradnate Studies. A. M.. M. 3-
C. F. E. E, M. E, Ph. D.
nr-srtmrnt of Medicine. M. D.
Department of Dentistry, D. D. S.
Offices: 1323 H Street.
Department of Law, T.T, q LL, JL
M. P. L.
Office: New Masonic Temple.
X.tlonal College of Pharaaacy.
SOS I Street
Colleare of Veterinary Sedlclne, T
D. V. M. j
2113 14th Street '
General Office: 2023 G Street '
College of Law
For Women and Stem.
1317 SEW YORK AVE.NUE jr. w.
Undergraduate classes now In session.
Classes limited in number.
Patent Law Class opens Thursday,
October 3, 7 p. m , under the charge of
the Hon. Cornelius C Billings. First
Assistant Commissioner of Patent.
Post-graduate Course LL. M. opens
Tueday, October S. S p. m. Tuition,
The Dean. Mrs. Ellen Spencer Mussey,
Is at the College from 10 to 2 and from
7 to 9
Phone M. 45SS for Catalogues.
ROMESTIC ARTS ft SCIERCES
1 754-1 75S M Street I. W.
Complete, practical connea, Regular, normal, east
arjedaL Model equipment. Eipart faculty. (
Bcaiatratloa Sept. 15. IX. CaUlopw.
The Potomac School
ran eighteenth street.
REOPENS WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER . at.
KINOKROAttTeN AND LatMEMTAHY
Full BOYS AND UlRLO.
Adapted in Kindergarten and lrimtry.
1811 I Street.
Thomas W. Sldwetl, A. M'alU.lneU.
FOR BOYS AJTD GIBXS.
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