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Alexandria, Va., Nov. JO. A pretty wed
ding took place at 8 o'clock to-night at
Christ Episcopal Church when Silas
Pauline Fauntleroy Nlco!. daughter of
Judge Charles Edgar Nicol, became the
bride of Dr. Benjamin Iden, Jr..- of Ma
nassas, Va. The ceremony was perform
ed by Rev. William J. Morton, rector.
The ceremony was attended by a large
number of guests, among those present
being a number from out of the city.
The color scheme of yellow and violet
was carried out In all of the decorations,
the church being banked In yellow and
violet chr) santhemums with a back
ground of palms ,
The bride entered the church to the
I strains of a wedding, march, played by
Mrs. Simpson, ot wasmngton. sue was
accompanied by her father, by whom
she was given In marriage The bride
wore a gown of ivory tinted charmeuse
trimmed with Venetian lace and tulle,
caught with orange blossoms. Her only
ornaments were pearls, and she carried
a shower bouquet of Bride roses and
lilies of the valley.
The bride was attended by her sister.
Miss Julia Nicol, as maid of honor, who
wore white lace over green and carried
a bouquet ot Motet chrysanthemums The
bridegroom had for his best man his
brother. Dr. John Iden, U. S. N
There were eight bridesmaids and they
were gowned In yellow with violet trim
mings and carried jellow chrysanthe
mums. The entered the church by the
right aisle while groomsmen entered b
the left. The bridesmaids were. Misses
Luclle Smith and Margarlte Nenhauser,
Washington. V iz ; Janette Po era. Fort
Royal, Dcllla Dudley. Washington. Va .
Virginia Iden, Manassas, Va. Nellie
uhler, Cora Jones, Christina Kemper, all
of this city.
The groomsmen were Harey Jacobs
and Jack Harper, of Washington. Milton
Ficnch, Jack Steenson. Edmund Hun-
r. A let Mcol. and Edgar Mcol
Following the wedding, a reception
was held at the home of the bride, 316
North Washington Street which was
attended by a large gathering of
guests. Among those present from out
of the city were the following- Judge
and Mrs. J B T Thornton. Manassas,
Mrs H M Dudlej, Washington, Va
Ilr John Iden. Manassas, Mr and Mrs
Robert X Harper, Washington D C .
Judge and Mrs Ashle M Gould,
Washington D C. Mrs Harold Reeves
Lanca&tir Ohio, Mr and Mrs- John
Nicol. Manassas Mr A T Holtzman,
Washington, Mrs Maude Brazlll, New
port R I
Following the reception Dr and Mrs
Iden departed for a Northern bridal
trip They will spend the winter In
"Was Patritk Buckle the boj guide'
of this cltj, whose lodv was found be
side the lire escape of the old llraddock
House at 6 J0 o clock, murdered, or was
Ms death the reult of a fall from the
Ibacn fire escape"
This question Is to-day a paramount
one In the minds of citizens generally
nd the result, it U expected will be a
further probe into the hm
Following an Investigation after the
finding of the body of Buckle a certi
ficate of accidental death was given, and
the theory advanced at the time was that
h in all probability fell from the Are
That Buckley could not hive fallen
from the fire escape and sustained only
a fracture of the skull at the base of
the brain is regarded as next to Impos
sible. It Is pointed out that had he
fallen such a distance abdut fifty feet)
mot of the bones in Ms bod would
have been broken, and on the contrary
there were no bones broken
It Is further pointed out that the posi
tion in which the lod was fmnd would
to Indicat, that it had been care-)a
fullv placed where found and one hand
wat, placed in the trousers pocket and
thn oth'r laid ovtr the breast.
That Buckle was struck on the head
with some blunt instrument and after
ward taken to the ard and Ills bod
plated where found. Is the opinion of
man holding to the suicide theor. Ac
cording to W. W Simpson. Itssoe. of
the place one of the occupants told him
that Buckley was heard to sa . 'I can t
'tand it any longer as he wenaed nis
wny through the dark hall of the place
hile It is also cl ilmed that Buckle
cursed some one in fie hall This would
seem to indicate that he was being pur
sued All of these theories would seem
to strengthen the theory th it Alexan
dria has a murder mjster) on her hands
which remains to be solved
It Is expected thit the joint commit
tee oil finance and s-Uiools of City
Council wll submit a proposition for
financing the trillion of a high school
lullding at a cost of J40OC"
This committee at a meeting last
right listened to the proposition sub
mitted by the special committee of the
sihool board relative to financing the
school The idea of the committee is to
make a pament of JT. COO and give
seven notes for a similar amount, the
total to be seven cars
The sale of the plant of tho Belle Pre
Bottle Cumpanv to Thurman R. Horner,
represt ntlng the landholders, for the
sum of JliOOO was confirmed by Judge
J B T Thornton in the Circuit Court
for this city this afternon This prop
erty was sold six weeks ago for L A.
It Is reported that the bondholders
will short! hold a meeting for the pur
pose of consilerlng the advisability of
reopening the plant and resuming oper
ations. Robert L Garrett and others have Fold
to William O McCuen, a house and lot
on the south side of Queen Street be
tween Talrfax and Lee treets Ernest
U Herbert has sold to Laura B Suthard
two houses and lots on the east side of
Pitt Street between Wilkes and Gibbon
fetreets, and also on the same square
he has sold two houses and lots to
Amos E Herbert
E. J Fleming, real estate dealer, has
sold for M B Harlow and wife two
houses. 033-322 North Fairfax Street, to
Hugh L. fctrider
Funeral services for James W Grit
fin, a former member of the polica de
partment, who died in Washington, were
held at 3 o'clock this afternoon from
Demalne s undertaking establishment.
Thej were conducted by Rev G A
Luttrell. pastor of Trinity M E. Church
The bod was placed In the Henderson
vault in the Methodist Episcopal Ceme
During the coming week the Alexan
dria fertilizer and Chemical Compan
will begin the work of erecting a build
ing on the site of the old Globe Mills,
recently destroyed by fire The building
will be SO by 13). A permit for Its erec
tlon was granted recently bj' the city
Charged with violating the postal laws
by sending Improper matter through the
malls Vlrgle Carter, colored, was ar
rested yesterday afternoon at her home,
Vienna, Falfax Count). Later she was
brought before United States Commis
sioner R. P. W. Garnett and she was
releaseed this morning on ball given by
A wagon driven by Osceola Moss, a fif
teen-year-old colored boy, was struck by
a westbound electric train at Alfred and
Cameron Streets at 9 o'clock to-day and
three of the wheels of the vehicle, be-
Is Bernard Shaw
Right or Wrong?
$25 in Goldy a Box and' 100 Orchestra Seat Tickets
To See Robert Loraine in "Man and Superman"
atthe Columbia Theater ,tobe Awarded Herald
Readers for Best Letters Expressing Their
Opinions on Much Discussed Question.
The Washington Herald will glve-
prlzes for the best letters on Bernard
ShaWs views as expressed In his famous
comedy, "Man and Superman," to be
presented by Robert Loraine and his
London company at the Columbia The
ater for ono week, beginning Monday,
j December 2.
Mr. Shaw Is one of the foremost Eng
lish dramatists and essayists, and his
"Man and Superman" Is considered his
greatest comedy and as well, one of the
standard plays of to-day. He Is a man
of strong and original ideas, and while
many do not agree with his philosophy
as spoken by John Tanner, the leading
character In his "Man and Superman,"
his opinions thus given to the world
have caused broad comment and discus
sion throughout England and America,
Therefore, The Herald wants the opin
ions of Its readers on Mr Shaw's argu
ments, and offers the following prizes.
For the best letter C3 in gold.
For the next best letter A low
er box for Mr Loralne's perform
ance In "Man and Superman" at
the Columbia Theater
For the next best W letters
Each one a pair of scats for one
of the performances of Robert Lo
raine in "Man and Superman" at
the Coljmbia Theater
Everj reader of The Washing
ton. Herald is eligible to enter
this contest and compete for
Here are the questions to be answered
or discussed In your letter
"Is Mr Shaw Justified in claiming there
Is so much sham about society
"Do American . girls entice men Into
marriage rather than risk single life'
' Do American mothers, in thinking so
much of the ncceslt of marriage for
their daughters, neglect proper consid
eration of the men Into whose hands
the frlve the future happiness of their
Write jour letters plainly and distinct'
on one side of the paper giving cor
rect, name and address Bring or mall
trcm at once to the "Man and Huper-
man ' Kssay Editor. Washington Herald
All letters will be considered and the
prize winners will rtotlvc the tickets to
Monday night s. December 2, perform-
ance of "Man and buperman' at Column.
lla Theater The winner of the first
prize of SCT, in hold will be announced at
the end of the first act
The Herald reserves the right to pub
lish, in addition to the prize winners.
any letters that ma be of Interest. The
contest startB to da
The first instalment of letters will be
published In The Washington Herald next
bunday. November 21
Below are printed some extracts from
'Man and Superman ' for tht benefit of
tlose rot familiar with the pla:
- are ashamed of everything that is
real about us, ashamed of ourselves, of
our relatives, of our Income, of our ac
cents, of our opinion, of oor experience.
Just as we are ashamed of our naked
skins. Good Lord, my dear Damsden,
wc are ashamed to walk, ashamed to ride
in an omnibus, ashamed to hire a hansom
IrEtead of keeping a carriage ashamed
nf lccteninfr nn, hnrse fn.tAH ,f Itla anrl
jjroom-Kardner. Instead of a coachman
and footman The more things a man
Is ashamed of, the more respectable he
That's the devilish side of a woman's
fascination, she makes you will jour own
"It Is self-sacrificing woman that sac
rifices others most recklessl "
"Oh, the tiger will love ou. there Is
ino lovo slnccrcr than the love of food
l xnina Ann loves jnu mat wa , sno
pitted jour chrek as if It were a nlccl
"You think that jou are Anns suitor,
that ou are the pursuer and she the
pursued, and that it Is vour part to woo.
to persuade, to prevail, to overcome
fool It Is ou who are the pursued, tin
narked down quarrv the destined pre
You need not sit looking longingl at the
bait through tin wires of the trap, the
dror Is open and will remain so and
will shut behind ou forever.'
In short, the wa to avoid mlsunder
standing is for ever bod to lie and
slander and Insinuate and pretend as
hard as the can that Is what obeying
jour mother comes to Is that any rea
son why vou are not to call jour soul
our own Oh. I protest against this
vile abjection of outh to age' Look at
fashionable society as jou know It What
does It pretend to be An exquisite dance
of nymphs What Is it A horrible pro
cession of wretched girls, each In the
claw of a single cunning, avaricious, dis
illusioned, lgnorantly experienced, fcul
minded old woman whom she calls
mother, and whose dutj it is to cor
rupt her mind and sell her to the high
est bidder, whj do these unhappy slaves
marry anbod, however, old or vile,
sooner than not marry at till Because
marriage is their only means of escape
from these decrepid thieves who hide
their selfish ambitions, their jealous
hatred of the oung rivals who have
supplanted them under the mask of ma
ternal duty and family affection Such
longing to the William McKlnlcy Indus
trial School demolished The boj es
caped with a few slight bruises
A final decree for divorce on the
ground of desertion nae granted in the
Circuit Court for this city to-daj In the
case of Dorothy M Krauskopf against
Charles G Krauskopf
Funeral services for Henri H Davis
will be held at 3 o clock to-morrow af
ternoon from his home. 904 Franklin
Street. They will be conducted by He
Edgar Carpenter, rector of Grace Epis
In the Corporation Court to-da In the
case of Lucy Lee Lunt, guardian, against
Samuel II Lunt and others, a decree
was entered confirming sale of a lot In
the Northwest Alexandria Improvement
One Killed In ntn Accident.
VIncennes, Ind, Nov 20 One man was
killed and three others were Injured this
afternoon when an automobile traveling
at high speed suddenly swerved into a
ditch near by. James Murphy, thlrtj
elght, son of the president of the Ohio
OH Company, was Instantly killed
Charles Tannuary. VIncennes oil man.
sustained a broken leg. and Thomas
Leach had reveral ribs broken. A fourth
man had both arms broken.
Liner Ilcported Safe.
Yokohama. Nov. 20. The British steam
er Lord Curzon. forty-six days out of
Seattle, which was feared to have met
with disaster at sea. Is safe. She ar
rived off this port to-day under convoy
of the "Britihru!er Minotaur, which
hud been sent out in bearch for her.
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W 'CaaaP "B
things are abominable The voice of
nature proclaims for tho daughter a
father s larc and for the son a
mother s The law of father ami ton and
mother iind daughter Is not the Uw f
love It is the law of revolution and
emancipation of final superccss on of the
old and worn out bj the oung ind
capabh I tell jou. the first dutj of
minhood and womanhood is the declara
tion of independence, the man who
pleads his fathers authority Is no man
th woman who pleads her mother's
authority Is unfit to bear citizens to
a free people '
Marriige should ennoble a man
Well, get married and try "Jou may
find It dilightful for a whIU jou cer
talnlv won t find It ennobling The great
ess eommon measure of a man and a
woman is not necessarily greater than
the man s single measure
' Marriage Is to me npostasj pro
fan itlon of the sanetuar) of my soul,
violation of my hanhood sale of m
birthright, painful surrender, ignominious
capltulitlon. acceptance of defeat. I
shall decay like a thing that has serv
ed Its purpose and Is done with I
shall change from a man with a future
to a man with a past I shall see In
the greasy eea of all the other hus
bands their relief it the arrival of a
new prisoner to share their ignominy.
The Oung men who have scorned me
us one who was sold out. to the oung
women. I. who have alwas been an
enigma and an impossiblllt shall tw
merely some onn .life's propert ana
d im iged goods at that a second-hand
man at best
For sheer cleverness of dialogue and
lngenult of plot no comedy that has
been written since Sheridan's "School
of bcandal ' has won such enthusiastic
and lasting Interest from both cr tics
and publie as ' Man and Superman
During the seven ears that have
elapsed since Mr Loraine left America
to present this corned In London he
has become so closely Identified with
the part of John Tanner that It would
X- difficult for the present generation
of playgoers to accept any one else In
the role In John Tanner. Bernard
fehiw has merel dnmatlzed himself,
making Tinner th mouthpiece of his
own startling opinion and theories. This
being so It Is no wonder th it G B S.
the worlds ilnmplon epigrammatist, his
put more witt lines In this play than
hive ever Illumined a pla before
Mr Loninc Is too imbitlous to be
satisfied t continue In one role without
Intermission Though lie has taken up
man rolis since he first nppeared In
Man and Superman ' he has alwa
been compelled to return to It b th
d-maml of thi puhll In his present
tour he l supported ! the distinguish
ed compan that elicited such encomi
ums from the I-ondnn i rltlcs during his
brief Lngllh engigement before setting
sail for New Yirk
On his return to New York the local
critics were eurious to note whether hli
repeated appearinres In Man and Su
nerman ' had dulled the fine edge o
his art. Without exctption. th. critics
averred that in the interim, his acting
was even more finished than when he
was last een here seven veirs ago
But If I had plijed nothing but 'Man
and Superman" ns the managers have
urged me to do. bj now I would" have
cone stale In the pirt. Bver season
I have plajed the Mnw corned for two
or three hundred perform inces, but the
balance of the jeir I have taken up
some new role to vary m pace and
keep fresh Whenever I como bick to
Man and Superman It Is as siimuiai-
lnrr as gc-InK Into an electric liath "
IlnnUer IJIes .mldrnl.
New York Nov 3 -George R Suther
land a banker and director In the United
States Casualt Companj, dropped dead
In the hall out-Mde of his offices In Wall
Street this afterno n He had suffered
from heart trouble for some time
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President-elect Says He Has Offered
Position in Official Family
to Bo One.
SPENDS TIME OUT "OF DOOfcS
Spcdil Csbla to Til. WuhlsxtOD Herald.
Hamilton, Bermuda, Nov. 28. With a
view to obtaining a definite and final
statement from President-eject Wilson
regarding the numerous reports concern
Ing prospective appointments In the new
President's Cabinet, and with especial
reference to the report current In the
United States that W. J. Bryan Is to be
Secretary of State and tho chief Cabinet
maker in the administration, a corre
spondent to-day sought out Gov. Wilson
and placed the various rumors before
him The Governor smiled for a moment
and then said:
"All statements about my Cabinet may
be disregarded until I make an announce
Dora Nat Expect Visit.
The Governor was then asked If he had
offered a Cabinet position to anybody,
and his emphatic reply was that he had
not. Furthermore, he said he does not
expect a visit from Mr Bryan. This
last was the answer to a rumor that the
Nebrae-kan. who Is now In Florida, was
to make the trip over to Bermuda while
the President-elect Is here
Gov. Wilson Is enjojing himself thor
oughly. He spends much or his time out
of doors, walking, and at times goes for
a row across the baj lie has already
taken several long drives Into unfre
quented parts of the Island
Lieut Gen. George McW. Bullock, the
Governor of the island returned Mr.
Wilson's visit this afternoon
Peter G. Gerry
to Be Elected
statement Just received by th
Clerk of the House. Peter Goelet Gerrj.
ho was elected as a Representative in
the Second Rhode Island District, certi
fied that he expended the sum of t 985
In his campaign.
Among the contributions made to the
Gerry campaign was one by Mrs Gcrrj
formerly JIIss Mathilde Townsend The
chief Item of expenditure was one for
the employment of watchers on election
da j, amounting to J,Sn
Mr Gerrj turned over tflO to the Re
publican State Committee of Rhode
SEEKS UNPAID CUSTOMS.
Airent rrves Papers on
Magnate to ltrcover flltl.OHn.
New York Nov. V United States
Marshal Henckle to-day served papers
upon Claud A bpreckles in a govern
ment suit to recover the sum of J119CS0
as hack duties alleged to be due on Im
portations of raw sugar, said to have
txen fraudulently underwelghod.
Importations which cover a period up
to June IP, Vs7, were made by the pred
ecessor o' the present corporation, a
New Jerej compan. that opened the
Vonkers refiner and dissolved In 1907
The present compan according to the
government s complaint acquired all the
assets and assumed the paiment of all
the debts, liabilities, and obligations of
HOW THE JAPANESE
ALWAYS REMAIN SLENDER
NO ONE NEED REMAIN FAT NOW
rawEiER ami ciKvnT nirov-
EIlS LONG SOUGHT SECnCT. 11E
DITCEIJ HIS OVV VVKICIIT 100
I'OUVDS VVITHOIT i. M
BLF niUIfi. AFTFIt tLb
ADV. KHTISED REME
DIES II4.D FWLED
ITow to neduee Fat One round a Day
and Then Alwaya nemaln "illm. V.
Drnics, Medlclnea. starvation Diet,
Exerel.lnc. or Apparatus Used.
Finds Simple Home Treat
ment Works Wonders.
Arrancemenfs Tfow Made to Have All
Stout Ileadera of This l'aper Ileeelva
a Free Copy of IJr. Turner's Won
derful Book. "How 1 Itrdoced
My Welsht 100 Pounds."
In an hrterrlew accorded upon his return frem a
lore trip Dr " Turner, th. rJiclan. edenuat,
and trae-ler wHelr Inown for hi. ademUlc re
uehei and whow written ha. fcTOuiht him
taternatioMl remtaticn. cars om. .aluabj. In
fnnnatlon to thiMe who w aatonnded by hi k.
of more than 1 rron4i of ejceoln: fit alee, tier
lilt aaw him. Tbej found It diScult taJeM. to
rcoocBb. In tie alecder. muscular and rtrfertlj
-orUoDfd fnnn of D- T-ner to-dir the urn.
man who cjUt a tew merthi reerious they
knew ai a jOTi-toiUM. n encrmoualy fat that h.
could baldly walk.
When Questioned ooneerslnff hi. health and th.
rrmaraabl. chant, to his appearance. Dr Turner
"My disnorerr cam. about darlnt ray trip and
fa this way When seeking aatm tor - IHrnry
work I found a reference tn th. manner In which
th. Japanese wer. said to isily erercom. any
tendency to tsk. on superfli fle-h. It was
easily apfVent from ofcserratvw, trt the Jans sre
eomparatleely beary eaten and that their diet
-mi,,, larcele of rle. th. moat starchy and
therefor, th. most fat rormttg of all rraltw. I had 1
often wonderea wny in spiio or weee new io.
catlrn of Japan, both men add women always
present such a slender trim, neat appearance.
Although conets sr. rar In that eon.try tho
women there hat. beautiful ftcurrs tr-at any Vmerl
ran woman might well enry. Mid the Jspine.
men hire strength ind imieis ef endrrnnre that
are reorerbril. After diligent inquiry about the
causa ef this. I became more thin erer eoneinced
that they wer. using there In Jarsn methods of
fit reduction and fist prerention fir in idTioee ef
anything known to medical science In this cruntry
the finding cf men a method wss a matter or
life cr death to m. at that tine I consulted
numerous authorities and set sbr-nt ssking ques
tions of those who would be likely to know any
thing about It. I am glad to say that my untiring
afforts wer. finally rewarded by the discrrery ef a
new means cf fit reduction thit I determined to
gir. a abort trial immediately I was fahir
startled to behold th. wonderful change It mads
at my appearance and th. fmerorement tn bu
Head Colds. Headache, Asthma,
and Partial Deafness
'Lowest-priced effective Catarrh Treatment in the world, using Medicated
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f inusL ue me sgeni iu reiuuvu tticiu
" u are In real earnest for a treatment that will give you relief with
the first application, and satisfactorj results will follow.
AX IUTB MB TO-DAI .
j wni tell you how you can treat yourself at homo so easily and quickly
you will marvel at It
Address E. J. WORST. Box 22. Ashland, Ohio.
Just send your name and address for
a Free Package and the Positive Proof.
Do not allow these dreadful diseases tor
rob you of your health and strength
when you can cure jourself very easily
right In your own home. My Wonder -
era who have taken It will gladly tes
tify. Just send for the Free Treatment
and be convinced.
Catarrh and Asthma are too serious
to neglect. In the foul slimes ot Ca
tarrh and Asthma the germs of Con
sumption breed rapidly and the whole
system Is Impaired and left open to the
attacks of dangerous diseases Horrible
suffering results days are one long
torture and nights sleepless agony.
My Remedy cleanses the system of
Impurities, stops the dripping In the
inroar. nawainsr. ioui Dream, neaa i
noises, iov of taste and smell, hoarse-
ness. watery eyes, heals the scabs In
the nose, prevents gasping for breath
and sleepless nights
Do not delay a moment, but send now
for the Free Package and my book,
Dotn oi wnicn win De mauea in plain
wrapper. De sure and mention yonr
LLoMHla, 37 Girhin BalUlaj Eitflt, Crist, Kiel.
LET HE CURE YOU COPE1
OF RHEUMATISM rKEL
I t my n mMinne. It rrrmaiMTitlj ourd mr
rhnjiulWii aft"T I r-tit nuflWcd tartuirs 't rtj
Blx ji-avn. I irot JQD 000 IWora I Ctocmrrri the
mnnly that (-tut, nu but 1 11 ate sou tb LcscAt
of my eaisrrlTJce 1c nrtthino.
If ou miner fnn meuziutlza Itt me tend yon a
jmrlacp of my mnedj hrtaitrty fmv lwit wtid
ny tnontry I wnt to sire it to you I want m to
t for jrurvlf ba It ill do. The lecture hcrw
hmr I Miffrml. Muto Tm are "ifmng the tune
way Poo t. 1 ou dno t n-ol to. Vie gut the rrmMy
that will am you and it a your, for th tAinz. 'U nte
to-day S. T DrUno IW-rt. 3U DrUuo HW..
rtyrtvrna New Tor and 111 send juu a frr package
th tery dy I set jm lettir
the predecessor corporation. The suit Is
the result f th seneral overhauling
the custom house m tde b Coll-
I.neb ifter the AmerUan "ugir Retming
Company fnuds were exposed
hcaJth (hit trxa Dctierihle from tte t7 tnL
Sly fat Wan t? Tinlafc at tht riu ot one poaad
a dar atrtUiUnn morr I turn I had at last
tUsoo-Jtrr-ri tb- i-fort that had Wm Tatnly aocjiil
for rear? and I ootrttewd the tr-atmnt crtU I
had o nvire than 100 i-r-undi la weight I he
came trc-rcfr wtTh ftery roend I lost, and -aca
rrrsinnl all rry old-time rtfi of bodj and mind.
It made me ffxl twcnij pars jrancrr to he nd cf
H the fat tlat had frraied Inside and ootiide -f
nj hod Aftrr dlecrjitinclrg th tmtmect and
kf-rinc a rarrfal rerard of ray weight tot ni
than two months. I w delighted ta nd that
rfdurtWi wa. pennanrnt, nor haa all my fat tho-m
the slirhter tecdrccr to return irK then.
" Turner then went en to explain the trpateeii
he dirnTrm! amf while arrr one amst admit that
It li a highly locleal method and nndoobtrdlT
that erei. T rhiii Z.I"i I " V ""T '
ra"t irflrti ,rS. i rfi-tt fM SS
twwt tWctnry reai'ta. Sorely fa view .U
tTn-( . .. a ,. . r I
lTTrn rart ni stout rervxi need anr
Vwcrr feel that h tw the mtr-t irirmln fat new
Lara: jc prrrents a full dfurfrtHra tt the
em!- mfihM her- ht IV Turner has deserfbM
I In a handjra-tr hoiiM and extremely .rti-wtlrB
littl brw-klet entitled "nw I Hcd-d 3Iy Tclsit
10H i ronrda" and hy -rrHl arninrnnent with the
d-Hor we ir- able to arnotinn that the TaTnahls
bfok!e whn tiey lart are to h- dl-.tribnted
ahmlntely fire to th- at onr readers who ara
ardently ictrrrstrf to send 2-ccnt stamp far
The bark are ent hi rlaln wnrrrma: nd we are
trM that then re cnly amnt t0 nf the la.t
edition left When tpee ire trne the dnrtrc may
ijot nare any more rnnted a be -4j that ex ,
tenure bnslnew and r-twial nfarti will de- J
mand all his thne frrra iv-w rm and also he tna I
depart en another rng trip at ny t?me m wn
prrthftNy hare no tira to cre th matte prrsrrial
attention ajraln for emfTrral ropnths at ieat TTe
therrfore will not rrnmiw ttj t - bnrk I
to any readri wh do rt write him lredia'etr
Thf doetOT'a tddn-w J F- Tnmer M P ni'e
EWC CUrk rniMfrc STranr-e V T Arr re
QnetJ sent there dming the text few dar. will
eirtn prompt attention. We wonM rrrorr!T adtie
foot mdm to obtain thi wnrderfal boos:
and learn how to tcta limredhite rednett-n
im how to sSw-Tn lrwTrdrtp irdnetk.'n of ,
saaaaaE i5T .kaaaaaaaa.
aaaaW !aaPs.HsB VLannnnnnl
their weight as uneh an nnnwial Crrprjrtunity as j ttlTirip the effetts more .astlng. and al
n,!Jpnrr rTrw,t H,v n,T, tocether lxond comparison with the re-
- V, ." "' "r W -l-Cll i-r'n-iii, vt a st ,
"si-uncton nerald resflen snd In cnSer to pros.
that you tre entitled to rwetre one ef the boras
enlrely fre. of cost b.
to send th. fonowiri
FTIEE HOOK COCPOX.
rosltlrely Told after May 19.
P Turner VC D.
Suit. S3C. Clark rids Syraone " T
Indexed find 2c stamp to help pay fcr poet
as. and pseklre of tho free bonk on druiieai
Wright rednetion to which X im entitled aa a
reader of Th. Washington IXrad.
FAT FOLKS SUM
Slender Elegance 'of Finn
more to a woman than beauty,
Posses good figure and win
happiness aad admiration.
a Day by
No drugs to
take: no body
cises; no star
vation diet; no
ments; no pills;
tics, salts, no
medicines o f
any kind. Host
short time and
Ibe en stout
mers proclaim 1
army of one
time fat menu
and women re-
lolce at the re-1
d uo t to n my
gave them. I
am planning to retlro to private life.
and this Is jour last chance to recetvo
offer free, so you may start, at
once to reduce. With my great drug
less treatment the beauty of curve Is
restored to your face, chin and neck
by removing all bulging fatness. leav-
lng no wrinkles You may become a
model of slenderness and charm, radl-
lant with new health and greater vital-
lty. Instead of belnf? clumsily fat. Iml-
tatorB come ana go, nut tne 3i&rjor.a
Hamilton Treatment lives on forever,
creating astonishment and admiration
In home, where slim elegance of flffuxe
la the -nvy of all men and women,
$5,000 IN CASH IK I FAIL to prove my
druIess treatment anything bnt safe,
quick, and harmless In fat reduction.
Don t wait until to-morrow; write to
daj for my FREE BOOK contalnlnff
all particulars and let me sent you all
I offer free MMtJOUin IIA3inTOX.
Suite 8o4 Brrrht Hide-. Denver, Colo.
After Thirty Yean' Experience I
Have Produced an Appliance for
Men, Women, or Children
that Cores Buptnre.
I Sead It Oa Trial.
K j-91 bar. trial sort ewrrttdcx eb., eom ta
bs. Where ettxn till ! whee. 1 h... wa cmla
wacam. Seod iturbM onupna tdsj aad I vu
The Abore Is C E. Brooks, la-reatar of
the Apallaaee, itb. cured htm.elf,
aad who haa bws curiae oth,
era for aver 80 years. If rup
tured, writs Mm to-day.
tmA rm free or ilhiatnted boos, ob Eaptm arS
Its ears, shoa-tnc a JtiUao aod tMc ro.
v&am saS usms at i&sny parpl. wbo hae. trial it
ml tee". C39l It ft.es tnauct raQX wen Hi
other. tfcQ. Remeober. I . r.o aUrM, no bsrtniw,
I feod en trial to rrera st 1 vs trua. Ton
ire the Jod. and ono. baTiss area tst Chutrateft
book and raal tt jou will be a. ecJsacaMJe a. e
tnmdreai of pattest, whose letter. )oi cac aljo rvad
Fill Oct na axxpon bdcr aad oall tonSaj. It u
wa worth toot tlzxr wbexer Tn trr &7 Arrfltry.
FT1EE IVFOIVMATIO'V COUPON.
C. E. Erooka 1XDA Bute at Uarshall. Mich,'
Please send me by ms.1 in plain wrarpnr your
Qurtraced bouk scl fiH laf jrmatlon ahout rour
Appiianc for th. our. of ropccrsh
FRENCH METHOD OF
DEVELOPING THE BUST
Mdme. DuBarrie Explains Free How
the Bust May Be Developed 2
to 8 Inches in 30 Days.
I an explaining for tho first time tn
the ladles of Am?rtca, eas Madan
DuBarrle. "the Frenrh Method of devei-
nr,1nt, th- hn-r. Tt murh mnr., fTf-
..' 7i ..1. T l..rt.
ly, the breasts become more Crm. plump
, - ,mt, , . tn& m.t.n,i i. n..
Ult8 nrOClUCrHl Here
..jjy. thls j. rench Method. tte breasts
, h- dnloned from I tn S inehe. In
-,, Ays This applies to women of al-
nost an age. irom young siru to elder-
matrons, whether the bust Is abso
lutely not developed at aiL or haa eron
leak and flabb and hangs, no matter
from what cause "
We suggest to our lady readers that
the write to Madame Dumrrie for par
ticulars of this remarktble French
Method, inclose 2 cents In stamps for
the illustrated booklet and address It to
Mdme. DuBarrle Suite ZXtl Pontlao
B.dg. Chlcaco. 111.
A SIMPLE IltRB QLICKLY CtHE3 TH
DREAD DISEASE TO STA IT RED.
Diabetn haa hctrtofora hern couidercd inccnble.
and the only hor beW out to the afdictrd ha)
been to prolan;; their years by strict iliKhis
A Want rrcrntly diicoTered In Mexico, called
Dtabrtol Herb haa been found to be a prcine to Un
treatment of ditbvtoi quickly reducing the apedtta
crafity and tvosar. rcstcrtns ilgur aud building up
Thi harmlca trRetabI remedy will tellers tht
anient of his wont tmrXouu. In the most !
rated casus within a week and to prore it we will
mail the first 50c rackag f.-r 5c with free bookleQ
recial Talu to the dlabetjc. cutitainlrg UtK
Tell your afflicted frlendi of this offer and -nd
Se tcxUy for a fuIUtwd SDc Fnckagv. AAIE3
C1IFM1CAL CO Boa 48K. Whitney I'oint. V Y.
largest Morning Circulation,
no tam tnmml m ftni
ninna am noss.