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THE WASHINGTON HAIiD. TUESDAY. NOyEMBER 19. 1912.
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SALE OF RENAISSANCE
We are shotting a verj' large
assortment of Fine Renaissance
Bed Sets at a price that will sur
prise and please. All have large
motifs In oenter, and most of
them smaller motifs In corner:
oome In white and Arab, bolster
pieces to match
H 00 Renaissance Bed Set. - 79
14 50 Renaissance Red Set.. J3 49
$5 00 Renaissance Fed Set IS 98
r. 50 Renaissance Bed Set J4 49
ST 50 Renaissance Jed Set S5 98
J9 00 Renaissance Bed Sct..6 9S
llraj 0fU clingy, and beau
tiful. finished In a full line of
street and evenlne shades, In
cluding white Ivorj. cream,
taupe, na brown. rtaj, Ameri
can Beiutj. Copenhagen, ntle,
Imported Cordurojs. In a
splendid assortment of street
shades We will show to-day
4 shades of navy. 4 shades of
brown, 2 shades of
prune 2 shades of mj rtle. gl CQ
black ana wmie. t'rice .. w
Old Shoes Repaired
After we set through
with them they look
like new It costs lit
tle. It saves much.
719 Ninth St N. W.
Work Called for and Delivered.
Wa Gil. Votes la Tnt timid 5,000 Oontest.
SerEtz and See Better"
EDWIN H. ETZ
1C03 -G" STREET
Vt e clre Herald SSo.000 content votes.
Is Always the Time to Start
Sending Your Linen to Us.
"Our Work Is of the Better
Unndercri. Dry Cleaners. Dyers.
437 New York Ave.
STOP THAT ACHE
Headaches Can be Stopped by Using
H. E. S.
Heat Fatigue la readily overcome
br our Powder.
'H. E. SPRUCEBANK & GO.
2d St and Pa. Ave. S. E.
Telephone l 52&.
We jrlve Herald (23,000 contest rates.
Indudii.2 cairt outride cae rmbalains
thrond oprninc of ctxt thre Girritst
hearst Ac 4c Call or bone for further
W. W. DEAL & CO.,
INDERTAhUtS WD EMBALAIEKS.
816 II VTItEET NORTHEAST.
TELEPHONE LINCOLN 3464
OU WILL ALWAYS
find us adv to give inj
information ou nant con
sernlng paints and namels
unnlflMiC Family Paint Store.
nwuwnm a 9t3 Seventh Street
We give Herald $25,000 contest vote..
If oct hoe -olcs and hIs are irom itn
--f money lo throw them &-rt) Tttow part of
n tnoe nare eorwini wear una py no means iu
dirttf the life of the shoe So Uke than to
Shoe to order Orthopedic work
too difficult to corer tirrftrtlr and troifortablr
We Glre otcs id The Herald i
THE XMAS LINE IS
J. A. BIRCH, 2153 Pa. Ave. H.W.
Clear, Nevis, and Novelty Store
We give Herald gSSJOOO roate.t wotea.
PHONE MAIN 6463
r ift-class Groceries, Meats, Provisions
W1HI. A CO. 826 10th ST. JT. W.
We give Herald S2S.0O0 contest votes.
Goldimltas Gold, tsrlppe. and lUlula c
ulri vtl help too wbca all otbtts taiL Gaa
Ma and M St. 3T. W. Phrae Tt. 2S09L
VTt Grta Vetaa la Tba Berald C5.QCD Gontnt.
In Good Taste and Appropriate
) tb citing- of articles of Jnrelrj. Gold. SDrer and
I litrf Wire. Cholft Cut Glaas placet. &c, for wtd
dicf or Urtbdar rreaeota. From oar larga and adfet
imr of artlitlc and prrltu dotoed artlda, as
articl will pliaa lb redrierjt.
COLE & SWAN, 3413 3i st. N. W."
e give Herald ags.000 contest Tote.
I A Bit IN Tne Sewing
L.MIXIIIf Machine Man
Will repair your sewing machine
properly, no matter what make.
Send postal, or phone M-82JS.
Corner jSd and H Strests N.W.
We Gilt Tote ta lis Uenld 3,5 Cinlrr,
BY GABLE CAB
Henry H. Davis, Employe of Alex
andria Fertilizer Company,
Dies in Hospital.
EUNAWAY H0ESE INJUEES TWO
Alexandria. Vs.. Nov. IS Henry II.
Davis, a laborer, emplojed at the plant
of the Alexandria Fertilizer and Chem
ical Compan. was struck by a tat
car, used for hauling fertilizer at the
plant, shortly before 1 o'clock this aft-
ernoon. and died at 4 o'clock at Alexan
dria Hospital, without having regained
Davis was on the second floofof one
of the big sheds and failed to observe
the approach of the car He was knock
ed down and caught beneath the big
wheel his body being badly crushed.
He was rushed to the hospital In an
ambulance and attended bj Drs. Snow,
den and Gibson An examination dis
closed that he Tiad received Internal In
juries and had also sustained a broken
leg, together with a number of bruises
and contusions. Dav is lived at 904 Frank
lin Street. He Is survived by his wife
and several children. The body was taken
to ilia borne and prepared for burial
Inliirv-d In llniinwns.
James K Legg, an elderlj resident,
while attempting to cross King and Roj
al Streets shortly before 6 o clock this
evening was run over bv a runawav
horse belonging to Dr A B Penn Mr
Lcgg's left forearm was broken, and it
is feared he may be internally Injured
He was picked up bs bjstanders taken
to Crelghton s drug store, and later re
moved to the Alexandria Hospital, where
ho 1& being attended by Dr S B Moore
The horse was In the 1S00 block Duke
Street, when It took fright at a big pass
ing auto delivery wagon owned bv ;
ashlngton Arm and ran awa After
going u short distance the animal ran
the buggy Into a post, and practically
demolished the vehicle
The horse ran a considerable distance
after knocking down Mr Iegg before
It was stopped A colored boy who '
Jn the buggv at the time the horse ran
avvav w u. thrown from the vehicle and
Held for Grand
George Jones colored
as In Police
Court to-daj following a prcllminar
bearing and held for action of the grand
Jur on a charge of dispensing cocaine
Jones was arrested early bund ly morn
Ing tn a raid on a house tn Pendleton
Street between Pitt and Rojal Streets,
by Sergt A llkinson and Policemen Ro
land and Kerns Jones denied the charge
ute of Alexandria.
Miss Eunice E Purdv. thirteen vears
old. died last night at the home of her
parents Mr and Mrs Thomas R I'urd.
Hume fcprings Alexandria Country HeH
funeral villi take place at Z o clock to-
riorrow afternoon, from the chapel at
the Congressional Cemeten Washington,
where the Interment will be made
Funeral services for Patrick Buckley,
le boy guide. ' who fell from the tire
escape at the old Braddock House, -I an
early hour Sunday morning, will tftko
place at 9 30 o'clock to-morrow morning
from bt. Mary's Catholic Church. In
terment will be In St Mary s Cemetery.
Rev Dr Jcim Lee Allison, pastor of
Second Presbv terlan Church to night de
livered an address at the memorial serv
ices in the Children s Home, for the late
Charles N Crlttenton. founder of tho
Florence Crlttenton Home for Women.
Others alio made short addresses A
musical programme was given
Funeral services for Benjamin F "War
der a former resident of Alexandria.
ho died in Washington, will be held
t 2 o clock to-morrow afternoon from
Demaine s undertaking establishment.
Services will be conducted by Rev G A
Luttrell pastor of Trinity M E. Church
meeting of Alexandria Ixdge of
Elks to-night, a committee, composed
f J B. Fitzgerald Rev Edgar Carpen
ter and N J LawKr. was appointed
to arrange for distribution of baskets
to the poor of the city on Christmas eve
Plans for the annual Christmas enter
tainment for the children also were
The Associated Players will present a
play entitled, ' A Noble Outcast at the
opera house to-morrow night Funds de
rived from the play will be for the bene
fit of the Anti-tubcrculosli faotlety of
NEBRASKANS H0N0E S. AVERY.
Chancellor baniuel Avery, of the I nl
veritv of Nebraska wab the guett of
honor at a meeting of the Nebraka btate
ssociation lat night at the honic
Mis L. M McCoy Cj17 Thirteenth Street
reception was grven in the honor o(
the chancellor, the speakers being Prof.
Averv h rcderlck N'ellson. Dr M
Davidson superintendent of schools, and
former Chancellor McLean, of Ncbra-i
k University It had been planned that
William Jennings Bryan should address
the meeting, but he left for Florida bun
V H Abbott was re-elected president
Frederick Xeilson. secretary, and II A
Harding, treasurer, and Fred L. Fran
cis was elected vice president In the
Place of Frank W. Collins A buffet
luncheon was served after the meeting
Labor Cost in Prodncts.
From the Pittftburc Dispatch.
It is characteristic of the tariff cam
paign by the Democrats that the article
of Mr Lauck In this month's Atlantic
is widely and approvingly quoted by news
.papers supporting that party. Yet that
article largely turns on an error that
every one who looks below the surface
should be able to see for himself
Dealing with the question of labor cost.
Ir Lauck makes sevc-al rather ultra
assertions of very small labor cost In
products that sell for many times the
amount that he states to be the wages
paid The basis of his assertion is the
labor cost, which he states Is that ob
tained by dividing the total output into
the total wages, entirely regardless of
the Important Item of labor cost In the
materials used Tet this ignores the chief
factors in that Item, especially for fin
ished articles. To illustrate The labor
cost of converting billets Into steel rails
Is a comparatively small amount, but the
labor cost of making the billets, before
that of making pig Iron, and before that
of mining making and transporting the
ore, coal, coke, and limestone, will sum
up a total much larger than he states.
Ev en If the cae were as Mr Lauch rep
resents, that should make the tariff ex
tremists more ready to accept the Repub
lican principle of revising the tariff on
the principle of the difference In impar
tially ascertained labor costs. If the la
bor cost is as small as he say s, the reduc
tion of the tariff by that policy would ba
largest Homing Circulation, i a
BY GOOD I0ETUNE
MISS DOROTHY II VI KM .
Prov idence. R I , Nov 18 Miss Doro
thy Bateman. the beautiful d (tighter of
a local Inn keeper, who Inherited 100000
bv the will of the late Baltimore million-,
aire. Ross Inans declared she has no
Intention of changing her mode of living
because of her good luck, but will con
tinue to carry on her butter and egg busi
ness the same as ever, delivering her
goods to her fashionable Newport cus
PRIZES AWARDED "
IN GARDEN CONTEST
Piney Branch Citizens' Association
Distributes Awards in Lawn
The Piney Branch Citizens ssocia
tlon awarded prizes laM night in its tlrt
annual lawn and garden competition, the
rieeting being held In lowa Avenue M
E Church, corner of Fourteenth and
Emerson btretts Northwest In addition
to the formal awarding of prizes by John
L. Robb the president of the association
there were two illustrated talk the flrt
bv David Falrchiid In charge of foreign
seed and plant introduction for the De
partment of Agriculture and president of
the Peoples G lrden vssoelatlon of Wash
ington and the second was by Bristow
Adams of the Foreht Service, and presi
dent of the Rhode Island Avenue bubur
ban Citizens' Association
The nrizes were nwnrrieri ns follow
First prize, 1 B H Lane,- 1527 Farra-
gut Street, second prize J10 A M. Burtt,
1)1 Emerson Street, third prize. So E.
L. Bryce 4X1- Iowa Avenue
The concluding tdlk of the evening by
Mr Adams, dealt with the four years
(xperlcnce of the Rhode Inland Avenue
association the pioneer in Hun and gar
den contests In the District Mr dams
dealt humorou-lj with the difficulties that
arose In the first efforts of his neighbors
but showed the great benefits which had
come to the community thr ugh the an
Mr Adims predicted that the Jo nlng
of the Piney Branch Association In the
work of beautifying the home grounds
forerunner of a city -wide move-
ment that, will eventually embnee all
the citizens associations and put
Washington In the forefront of the city
vlueh of the success of the Plnev
llranch ssoclatlon's work this year, and
of the meeting last night, was due to
the work of I C Adims, chairman of
committee on parks and parking
I Coates. L. G Rousseau A v
Tucker and J S Brindley, committee
TO CURE DRUNKARDS IN JAIL.
ipi-i-lntrtident Will Hire
s.ie-clallxtn fur Inmates.
!Vn the Poutfikrerftie (S y ( Dispatch
Believing that it is most Important
that prisoners of the State shall have
sound iKMiles if the State would cure
their criminal habits. Col Joseph I'
Scott, superintendent of prisons is
about to put into practice plans for the
treatment of prisoners in btate Institu
Special attention Is to be given to the
health of prisoners and physicians and
surgeons who are tpreiallats will lie em
ployed Col Scott also expects to cure
the drink habit. He said to-day
'We propose to subject every prisoner
arriving at a State reformatory or pris
on to a thorough physical examination.
If he has defective vision he will receive
expert treatment to remedy the trouble
and will be assigned to duties not prej
udicial to recovery of his vision The
man of tendencies toward deafness, the
man whose criminal life has Impaired his
body In any way that can be cured by
medical or surgical science will receive
such treatment as will fit him for more
work and better work in prison and
give him an improved chance to make
good when he again becomes a free
Health by statute.
From the Boton TraTekr
Over In England they dare go farther
than In this country In the matter of
regulating personal habits and practices
for the general good The London bor
ough of Paddlngton has Just put Into
effect regulations requiring that the
doors of all living rooms In dwellings
shall be swept at least onco a day, and
washed at least once a week, and that
the windows of all sleeping rooms shall
be opened for an hour each morning and
afternoon, except when the weather Is
Ir clement or the room occupied hv a
sick person to whom exposure would be
harmful The penalty for violation of
je regulations Is a fine of flvo pounds.
This Is the most modern and drastic
nttempt that has yet been nride to force
the people to comorm more strickly to
tut recognized rules ot nealth Hereto
fore, the municipality has assumed that
domestic cleanliness and household ven
tilation were matters within the discre
tion of the individual, except where
conditions existed that were a distinct
menace to public health or had become
pudiic nuisance There seems, how
ever, no inconsistency In the attitude of
c municipality that where people will
not regard the ordinary rules of clean
liness it is Its duty to compel thenT to
Mainly for tile ia the army In the Held, a VNh
electrician fiat lniented X-ray apparatus that can bo
raed In hrrad daylight, its operator vrotUnz within
GOSSIP GATHERED IN
COUNTRIES ACROSS THE SEA
Flaneur readers will recollect that when
commenting upon the deathr- the Ger
man Ambassador at tho tWUrt of St.
James, Baron Marschall von Blebersteln,
a few months after his transfer to London
front his former post at the Sublime Porte,
and. In consequence, speculating upm his
possible successor, I rejected the Idea
that either the German foreign secretary,
von Klnderlen-Waechter, or the German
Ambassador to this country. Count von
Bernstorff, would be named for this Im
portant mission. I also gave reasons, and
the appointment of Prince Llchnowsky to
this highly Important post has borne out
Karl Maximilian, the sixth hereditary
prince (Fucrst) von Llchnowsky Is ono
of Prussia's (and all Germany's) grand
elgneurs, who belong to that ancient and
powerful class of noble houses of which
tho Pless, Fuerstenberg, UJest "(Ratlbor).
Croys. Radzlwlll, Czartovisky, Metter
nlch, &c are shining examples The
prince, who Is flfty-two years of age Is
almost an outsider so far as diplomatic
service Is concerned. His chief work lh
this direction was his assistance In the n -
gcflatlons with Italy and Austria In con
cluding the treaties of commerce his In
timate relations with the courts of Vienna
and Rome contributing largely to the suc
cess of tho agreements.
As his name Implies, Prince Llchnow
sky Is of Polish extraction. He is a
Catholic, and greatly liked at the Vati
can It Is told of him that his manly
breast is not broad enough to bear all
his decoration? Notwithstanding his
great wealth and distinguished name, he
Is very democratic His tastes are schol -
arly, and he is an Intlmite friend of the
Kaiser who would have sent him to Lon
don when Prince Metternlch abdicated
but lor the powerful Indorsement given
Von Blebersteln by the Kaisers aunt
the Dowager Grand Duchess of Bidin
More than this, when Prince Buelow r-
slgned the German Chancelorshlp Llch
nowsky was very much In the Kaiser s
mind as a possibility for the place But
the prince still has to win his spurs is a
diplomat of finesse Hence von Btth-mann-Hollweg
Prince Llchnowsky holds the rank of
major In the Prussian Hussar Gu-irds
and Is a hereditary member of the Pru-
lan House of Lords His wife was a
Countess Arco Zlnneberg and Is far
famed for her beauty As a social rep
rcentitlvp In Engl ind the Kalsor could
not have found a better-liked or better
equipped couple Their standing in this
respect Is of the highest and all that
could be desired The princes views
i the Anglo-German situation are
mmed up In thesc five words "Ger
man invasion Is a childish legend
King Victor Emmanuel of Italy pr poses
shortly to assume the title of Emperor f
Rome Thi recent conquest of Tripoli
hns doubtless Inspired the King or some
farslghted adviser to suggest this strategic
move Italy s dependencies geographic
ally h-irdlv would entitle her to he classed
an empire These dependencies consist
of B70 miles of coast n the Red bet
with tfl) inhabitants Itilian Somnll-
land with Yjij Inh ibiunts a concession
at Tlensin China of eighteen square miles
itli IT ono natives and lflnoori people
Italy Is a member of the Dretbund '
and witli Germany and Austria "hares
advantages of the present arrange
ment of the I urnpean status quo
Britain France ind Russia form the
other half of the "concert ' as the
triple-entente, united Italr. the work of
Mazzlnl Cavor and Garibaldi is but
fifty years old and represents only a
fraction of the old empire which once
proudly could boast that Rome was the
m!tress of the world ' But historl-
cilly and In the light of her vat 'n -
fluencc on art literature and music,
Italy has an unquestioned right to claim
this dignity for her ruler
The glory thit was Greece and the
grandeur that vvas Rome' mav exist only
In ' storied urn and animated bust ' but in
the realm of esthetic emotions It ily
still Is -upreme, and her rank Is Im
perial She Is. moreover, the seat of
thit spiritual empire that knows no pir
allel In history None will grudge It ilv
the political prestige which will pli t
her ruler on a par with Czar Nirhola-
Joseph Emperor u llllnm and
and give him precedence
0,r th lt.er sovereigns of monarch
It Is i master stroke of diplomacy for
Italv that will Are thi patriotic emotion
of so Imaginative a people in the present
critical st-igc of their political develop
ment Students of the HrHi-h Nava Co lege
at Greenwich ind of the Working Men s
College and all Interested in the literary
relations of Lngland and Germany will
learn with regret of the death of Dr
Fugene Oswald it Lemdon it the age of
Born and edurited at Heidelberg, he
took an active part in the politicil move-
ments of IMS In south Germany and then
as an erlle in Paris he for several years
participated in the democratic movement
there Going to Kngland he devoted
himself to teaching Journalism and lit
erary work and married Caroline Good
win, n relation of Sir Rowland Hill
He was connected with the Working
Men s College first as teacher ind after
wards as m"mber of the found slne
mi he wis German Instructor at Green
wich for twenty five veirs. ind more re
cently he was Germin tutor to the pres
ent Prince of Wales and to his brother.
Prince Albert le was also the luthor
04 several works of reference and In
struction As president of the now extinct Car-
lyle oeietv of London and as secretary
for verv many yeirs of the Kngllsh
Goethe Society he did much to spread
the knjw ledge of German literature In
England But much of his Journallstla
activity also was given to making Eng
land better known and English policy
better appreciated on the Continent.
Dr Oswald was the father of Dr Fe
lix Oswild. probate register for Notting
hamshire, an authority on geological re
search In 1SU5 Dr Felix Oswald ac
companied Mr II K H Lynch, M P,
on an expedition to Turkish Armenia
Owing to the dim ully uf Inducing a
publisher to undertake the risk of bring
ing Out a volume in which he dealt with
the results of the expedition Dr Os
wald himself set up the type and printed
by hand 100 copies of his book In re
cent years Dr Oswald had carried on
excavations at the site of the Romano
British town of Margldunum. neir Not
tingham, and Investigated on behalf of
the British Museum an important discov-
Since 1867 s
it has been this bank's
privilege to serve Washing
ton's most careful depositors.
Do you realize what this
hplf a century of accumu
lated strength and experience
means to YOU?
HUE RATK of Interest paid
on both large and small ac
counts. National Savings
and Trust Company.
Corner 15th and N. Y. Ave.
Drpoalla Over Seven Millions.
ery of the bones of large vertcbraes of
the mldtertlary age near the Victoria
Nyanza, In Central Africa
Tho first war correspondent, accord
ing to a theory propounded by Suther
land Edwards, was Homer lie was sent
to Troy by the editor of a paper pub
lished at Argos, called the Chronos, to
describe the siege by the Greeks. Hos
tilities lasted only about seven weeks,
but when they came to an end tho
Greek chiefs were In no hurry to go
home to their wives.
Homer, we know, was a wandering
minstrel, and therefore a rood sort. He
readily accepted the Idea proposed by
the w lse Uly sses "RfHeF the Kar KolnK
In the columns of his paper as long as
he could manage to write about It His
letters were too good not to publish
Meantime the Greek chiefs went about
amusing themselves Reissued In book
form as "The Iliad, ' adds Dr. Edwards.
these early examples of war correspond
ence have enjoyed a wider circulation
than was possible even tn the columns of
the Chronos FLANtUR.
Killed h- C.ruU Thief.
from die Ottawa Citizen
Two lumbermen In the employ of the
C Edwards Company named I.afren
lere and Paplatt had a somewhat excltlns
adventure while camping In the wcocU
north of Manlwakl on Tuesday n'ght last
which resulted In their bagging a tine
The two men were running lines In the
timber limits In the afternoon and on
their return to camp found th-it some-
1 thing had been into their grub pack.
Suspecting a bear they watched part of
the night, but with no luck
Finally Laplatt tied the grubsack with
a rope and attached It to his foot and went
to sleep He awoke feeling something
tugging at his fo t and shouted to La
frenlere who got his ride and tired i shot
Lighting a lantern they dlscovere-d that
the shot was a lu kv one as a small bear
was lying dead a few yards iway
vll male enq4ojes of the General EJectne Com
imny pf Pehencrtadv N y tretite a lnmou on
reach the, ae of letrfltj jears If they hafe been
in the wrviee of tho crtmnr tr twenty year.
Women are irosloncd at uty it they haro titfa
I Ietl thw nerrioa
Manjon Taw Paw I tils) i
JixattTfH jt nthirti w. Thej
artlfitj bjt crtitl m -thoK
nliV til other
th It t intit
At not scrwir i
thfjr do cot crir iko lo w
do tart J1 th MsrrelKmi of th liv
m a wtj that awn put tit- nmn in a hcultby
cenditiua tunl coTTtrt ron-tietiou
Murii i lw Pavr IiI1j ire tnnie t the
Mcmach, liTfr and nerft They intipcato tctrd
of K-rakra thry rtirMi the Wood iuteai of im
lncnih It Xhej mabrt th .totnarh to krt atl
the rcurMimetit run ftvxl that U pit lnt it
Thf xiVt rtwitatn n calnm?! jw d thy
f-thlTij Ixahi 2 and ttiiniuaticg- Thcr m-Ikm-I
'tl - ro.
lllk. It XlfV- 1T1CU S CTOtS.
Women If Sick or Discouraged
We want to thow you free st hat
derful results Magnolia B i r.n accom
plish If you suffer fr n Leuccrrheta
(IIiiJm) li'cmb O.onan 1 rouUti. Painful
ring Dotrn Pjikj or any form of
ible jut sit don at once and
r Frrc Box of Vaanohi Blonotn
kno what it has done fo thousands of
other worren who have suffered just as you
do and we know what it will do for you All
we want is a chance to convince you Jmt
have a little faith end ns ycir nine and ad
dress today and let us send you ihi imple Horn
Treatment Fre wl h valuable adviee Adlress
SOUTH BEND REMEDY CO .
FAT FOLKS SUM;
tnie uf l-lcurr m
vsonian thnn lienu
Kood flgarr anil vtli
sh and admiration.
a Day by
No drugs tol
take, no bodj -
clses no s
lien, salt, nr
any kind I lo
w eight In a
short time an
since O v e
t h o u s i n
armj of o ie
tlme fat men
and women re
joice at the re
in u o t 1 o n
rsnaa RmBtss Cnvn4
9i f ssmnfl sf SnatJ htait.
nave them I
am planning to r"tiro 10 firivtte life
and this Is jour 1 lit chmre to r celve
all I offer free, so vou mav start it
once to reduce 1th mv great drug
less treatment the lientttv uf inrve is
restored to jour face chin jind neck
l)J removing all bulging f tilts', leiv-
Ing no wrinkles ou mav become a
model of slenderness ind ellirm mil-
ant with new health and greater vltil-
ltj. Instead of being clumsilv fit Illli
tators come and go. but tin Marjorlo
Hamilton Treatment Itvis on lorev
creating astonishment ind admiration
In homes where slim elegane. of figure
1h the envy of all men and women
13.000 IN' CASH IP I KAII to nrove ml
drueless treatment anv thing but safe
quick, and harmless In fat reduction
Don't wait until to-morrow write to-
day for my FUER BOOK ontainlng
buIte&Cft Urccht DIil Denier, Colo.
PLAY SHOES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
S to 11 2.25 and 2.00
11 to 12 2.50 and 2.73
12 to 2 2.73 and 3.00
Vi to 7, boys only 25 and 4.00
College Shoes for Boys
Black and Tan The Wonderful Naturo
'll to 2 , 3.00
2 to &H 2J2Z
2 to V- 4.00
2 to 5't 4.50
Arthur Burt Co., 1343 F
Onyx Hose for Boji and Girls.
Ate cItc Herald $23,000 contest Tote-
More depositors than any other bank in Washington
The power of
We have an impressive example of the cumulate e
power of small amounts of monej.
Last February nearlj 12,000 persons joined our
Christmas Saving Club, making initial deposits of one,
two, or five cents Since then they hae made slightly
increased regular cekl deposits
On December 11 we chall cnd them checks agrrre..
gating a QUARTER OF A MILLION DOLLARS.
Thi1; is the total of thee small savings, with 'i(o in
terest The prospect of haing some Christmas "spending
monej' was the incentive to make the start.
If something will onlj influence jou to just make
a beginning, ou 11 find it an easy matter to make small,
regular additions And certamlv there are far more important-
reasons than "spending monej" to induce ou
to accumulate a fund that will mean afet and inde
pendence. Give it otir earnest thought Determine that ou
will have a savings jeeount and make the start at once,
if ou can spare onlv a single dollar for that purpose
Keep adding the nickels and dimes and vou'll be
surprised at the rapid growth of the total in vour book
On such savings wt, pav ic interest, compounded every
United States Trust Co.
N. E. Cor. Fifteenth
113S Connecticut Ave. n. w.
N. E. Cor. 14th and U Sts. n. w.
JhOW THE JAPANESE
ALWAYS REMAIN SLENDER
NO ONE NEED REMAIN FAT NOW
TltOniCB AMI SCITKTDIsrOV.'hii'tli livt as notiorabla from tie reiy fin!
Elt LONG SOUfillT Mil - ""
UUIKD HIS OWN WEIGHT 100
OLE IHU.G. tKTHIl
II til Ptll.UD
rti.i1iie. Pat One Poun
Then lvrava Itrmaln Mini
mil. Mrdlrlnra. Marvano
bxrrclalnc, or tppar
Find, simple 1
Now Made to Have AH
... n...l.n of Thla Paper Ilerelre
Free Copy of Ilr Turner'" Won
derful nook. "Host I Heduced .
31 j. -vvelcnc sow a-uuu.
. . ... .
In in Interview accorded oron his return froa a
pt-c trip Dr F T"" the. r?,ld,n. ento:.
'ore trip Dr
.rd trsvler widely irown lor nis snenuro re-
ire and whoM wntmsi lurs Ir iJt him
(temtioil reiMtitkn. ore some rahiiba Ji
f rmstion to tbce who -vre ltoindect br his loss
fincro thin 100 piunds of eicoslie fit sire- ther
'.st flW him. SDCT luwu i. ... . .v- .- .-.r-
rKCjnlre tn the slenlrr """"; " rt J TS. be. ,r. nt M rlsln wrapmne ind we a-.
rroportlooed form of ! - to-div t 3 "- t'M thsf t-r. are only inont 1 CM of tho list
mm who only a tew months Prrvtou. tie, edition Irf When tni- ire rone tn. doetce mir
knew as a serai Inrlald. so enormous fat that he rw bars irv more priiferl b js thit ex
rH hardly wilk tenure trr.i"e.. trd mif-ionl n'rv will de-
Then nnestloned eoreernlne Ms hea'Oi nd t.en-srd all lis tlm firm rw on ind a" he rai
rrmirsabla chingo ti his iprvirtrje-. Dr Turner f Cmirt m ir.ofier 'crs trii ny time so sHll
,d- rriMr ,se n' time lo ere the matter nersccil
Mv dlscovrrr cim sNrtt diHrc raj Mr- snj ittentloti triln fir -vrn! months at least He.
tn this wiy TVhen seellrr niri lor s li'mrr tlienfrre wfn per rmmie ir. to "end tbe bneks
work I found a reference te t. nurnrr li which " nv resi'nv w"io d"rt write bim Immecaately
fit Jiptnest wrre aid ti 1"J ee-om any T. dcHors .drtrs Is r. Tomer M D sultt
tendency to tilt en s.ircrr-t v ! wi. KCr- Clirl: 1WH re Sr-,eii- V T Any r
esny arr rrt frm brrvatmr f-e Ji- are 1 "r.i vn tber dnrine fi. revt 'tv dies will vs
comraratitelj heavy eaiers ira fiat th- r die" r'ren proTn" atten'lon TTe wonM stronrir idrl-
consists lsrsely cf rice tt nnt starchy iw" ill r stor rridrrs to obtlin tMs woiderW bor
thcrefcTt the mot fat fam-ne cf all rain. I bal srd Tram how to begin Immediate reduction of
tften wondered why m Tite cf thr- fic t - I the r welsh' 1, mcf, Jn nnnvisl crxttunlty as
natives cf Japan brth men sdd worcrn ilwst. thN m.iv never rrewnt Itu-'r iraln.
rresent inch a sleu-le trim. rat i-enrre This offer 1. made foe the rpeciil be1t cf Tiv
Althonsn corwrv am nn in im- ctjii.iit i-.
1 there bste beantifdl rrures that m Areri
nirbt well envy snd t! t Japenr-e
1 have stnrosth and rowers cf erdursrwe tiat
proverbial. ftr dPIren ilK-iliry itvint the
or tnl. 1 necsnia more man ever co'-vmc.!
that they wers nsinj t-ere In Japan m.teds cf
fit reductKn tncl rat rrverili- ur m iram 01
injthln: Inown to m'd.-al vence In this cm-try
As the findlni rf such a tnethoil wis a matter of
life or death to me at thit time I cr.rn'-d
nomercms a Verities and set sV-mt asain on ,
tlena of thc who wonld bo laebr to knew m
sfTcrtJ were fnalr rewirdcd bv th.
nrw ireans ef fit reduction thtt t
r ircrt trial iramed sMr
d soov tv cf a I
s i-rn n-d to
I ws. fi rlv I
tree it msdr
Mtrtwl W10H the wondrnil
" " PP"rnce 11
ImTosement In raj
HERALD WANT ADS BRING RESULTS.
a-"-'"A " i x .i 1 . x . s . aaw wa-i a w
and H Streets n. w.
Pa. Ave. and 10th St. n. w.
Seventh and C Sts. n. w.
20th St. and Pa. Ave. n. w.
w ocean to itclst at U rata of ooa round
a cajr scmrtiEi more I knen I bid at ),t
I r trtfra e secret thit had been vitnlr iou''w
I '"' 'ear d t continued tne treatment until I
had lo I e than 1C0 re rii iu weijht. I b
cim -trA in h rrv mend I !. ard i
rrrstn-d i w o'd time to - of bedj ard aM
Ir made a xl ter j years jourpr to be rM f
ii ian at Ma Termed Insila and outside f
' w ray 1 t c'sccr. ni-irg u, treatment
arcpu-c a I fill reccrd ef rrr weL-ht tat mm
! thin tiro rl ih I was dellrtteil to find thst
i '.,'7, l "Tnvnei t, n. r h all my fat shown
I ,r' '"e t-ndcner to rrt in since then.
. rT. Tner then wrnt en to n-Ialn the treatment
lisrmrrd .a null, ire oro rjn admit tht
.. ii a nurniT intfeal merjiod and ondoobtedlr
e-ier . to 3 cnerfui tf,CTrc t lt i, m simple
"i errn ehlia ew rjx'(Ttand It and obtain
I """ Mtlvfatcry result orelj. m view of ill
t e rmre-i fi. us tnnt percB need any
I oni-r feel that he er she must remain fat new
I "J rt ""a prevents a fun description of thi
,V . """"J rere mt rrr Turner has described
l in , b.rdscm.lv boiM ,nd eatremelr inte.tiee
I lWe Tje-Me ertt- n-rv I Ttednced Mr Weisht
"JTour. iM M .rr-al arranrement with th.
- r ,. rT. ,b . , r ,mr, that atm mibt,
b-eVW. hl ,,,. ,,,, , , a,,,
aKmnt'lv free to to.e our resders who 1-5
viTc-e-tly lntcretcd to send
z-crat stamp for
uunzim HrnTd rrsder snd In crflcr to rrcvt
von ,n entitle.! to receive me of the bocks
. rn'frelr fn-t ce p . v
to serd the fonowinf
mnr nnoic codposi.
Positively void after May 10
l Timer M. n
Suite 5S3C dirk Bide Syracuse. V T
Irclcd find fc stamp to help ray for post
ar and racking of the free book on drueless
weight rcrferticn tr which I am entitled aa s
reader cf The Washington na-ald.
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