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OTE WASHINGTON -HERAIV'SUOTAY JU11 5- 1913.
TAFT A BUFFALO;
WILSON A LEMON
High Priest of "Vitosophy"
Says We Are Combinations
of Animals anoVVegetables.
SOME LIKE ONIONS
By Kisaag Another One Can Tell
Whether Person Is Carrot
What are jou? That's the question.
You are a combination of animal, veg
etable, and mineral. That's sure. You
may have the pleasing aroma of the
peach or strawberry, have the charac
teristics of the noble horse and have
Iron as your dominant Ingredient which
Is all very flattering: or, on the other
nana, you may be a dog or a plgr, may
have the scent of the cabbage or the
onion and be made up principally of lead.
President Taft Is of the bovine genus.
ana is prooaoiy a tmnalo and Is a straw
berry, whllo President-elect Wilson
SAYS HE'S A BUFFALO
AND A STEAWBEEEY
Teacher and irindjml disciple of " itosophj."
stld to be of the equine class, and to
Eor of the acid fruits, probably a
This is all according; to 'William Wind
sor, VU B , Ph. D . the teacher and
principal disciple of "Vltosophv ." a new
df-ctrine that teaches that every man,
woman, and child resembles in his or her
1 hyslcal make-up some unit of the anl
iral. vegetable and mineral kingdom. Dr.
Windsor Is In Washington lecturing on
"v itosophj and Is registered at the New
Vitosophy contains, according to Dr.
Windsor, the recipes for happiness be
It single or material happiness that is de
siredfor success and prosperity.
Or. Windsor la a, student nf human na
ture, and declares that the w.men of the
suffragist cause are the superior speci
men of womanhood.
s ' "The superior t pes of w omen re
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semble their fathers?'" says he.' "and
they are4 suffragists. Those that re
semble their mothers are inferior. They
do not want to ote or do anything else
as a general rule. There are some of
the women on the 'anti' side of the
question who are superior specimens, but
that is merely because they are posi
tive and want to be leaders, even If they
have to be leaders against the move
ment. But the superior females resemble
their fathers and -want to -vote."
"Then you feel that the male sex Is
superior to the female?" he was asked.
"Not -at alL The superior" men are
nose mat resemble their mothers."
Smell Like Vegetables.
Vitosophy and Dr. Windsor tenth that
eacjt person has the sroeU of some vege
"Any man or woman, who. with can'
dor, judgment, and discrimination will
Mis a number of persons and note, ef
fects will discover the truth of .this prin
ciple, provided the persona are clean' and
the flavor Is not destroyed by unnat
ural causes," he says.
Dr. Windsor admits that he has ar
rived at this conclusion only after a
long series of "personal experiments. He
says that he has to analyze menprln
cipally by observation and that he has
only made a personal study of female
Be analyzes a subject by observation
of the facial characteristics. He himself,
he says. Is a strawberry and a buffalo
When asked to what species President
elect Wilson belongs. Dr. Windsor said:
"I have necr met him face to face
and I hesitate to judge from photographs,
but I would say that he falls Into the
horse class, from the animal standpoint.
and into the acid, from the vegetable.
He is magnetic metalic and acid. Preal-
denfTaft, like mjself. Is of the bovine
genus. Ho probably is a buffalo. Most
Judicial minds are bovine. In fact."
Advice concerning matrimonial partner
ships Is included In the catalogue of
vitosophy. Among some of the general
rules are: Lemons should never marry,
neither should sweets wed. An add and
a sweet make the happy combination.
A horse should not marry a dog and a
bU-d should not marry an animal"
When asked concerning the various
flavors he had encountered in people. Dr.
"I have tasted peaches, grapes, bananas.
apples, and plums or various varieties.
I have never happened to run onto a
cabbage, brussels sprout, or an onion.
but they might easily exist. I bate no
aoubt they do"
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are striving with might and main to
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piano merchant, 1330 G Street Northwest,
and will be given to the person casting
the moaf votes in The Herald's 5,000
contest between the dates of December
IS. inz, and January lS, MIX This extra
award Is not limited to contestants. Any
one is eligible to compete, and votes may
be cast for any contestant you prefer.
The Conover Baby Grand is on exhibi
tion at The Advocate's headquarters. Tit
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It stands supreme 'among small musical
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To be counted In this special competi
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m on January la.
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real estate, and beside the bequests to
the three children there are several
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Alexandria, "Vu, Jan. 4. All la In readl
ness for the opening of the January term
of the United States Court for the East'
ern District of Virginia, which will con
vene at 11 o'clock Monday morning- next
Jn this city, with Judge Edmund Waddlll
presiding The petit jury win not as
semble until Tuesday morning.
A number of important cases 'will be
presented to the grand Jury for Its con
sideration, among' them being- several
from Richmond and Norfolk.
Among the cases which will go to the
grand Jury at this term are the following:
Arthur Shanks, alias West, charged with
Improper conduct with a young girl on a
government reservation; William Bailey,
charged with 'dispensing liquor without a
government licenser Raymond White.
drunk and disorderly on a government
reservation, and waiter McGruder,
charged with retailing liquor without a
The case of A. Randolph Howard, of
Fredericksburg, formerly cashier for the
Conway. Gordon and Garnett Bank. Fred'
ericksburg. Va., Is also slated to be pre
sented to this grand Jury, although It
may be settledout of court. It Is re
ported. ' "
Many cases will come before the petit
Jury. The. first slated to bo tried Tuesday
Is that of H. L. Whcatley, formerly mail
ing clerk at the city post-omce. charged
with purloining money from a letter.
The alleged offense occurred April .7 last.
Wheatlcy will We represented by Attor
neys K. u. Brent and Charles E. Corgan.
The government will be renresented by
United States District Attorney D. Law
rence Grcner, of Norfolk, and he will be
assisted by R. II. Talley. assistant district
attorney, of Richmond.
Other cases on the docket to come be
fore the petit Jury Include the fallowing:
William H. Mitchell, assault on a gov
ernment officer; vlrgie Carter, sending
obscene matter through the malls; Gar
rison Beckwlth, violating cill service
laws; Arthur Young, fighting at the gov
erament workhouse at Occoquan; Charles
Young, fighting at the government work
house at Occoquan: William II. and M.
A. Qulnn, violating the Internal revenue
laws; Theodore Johnson, extending his
building on government line at Fort
Myer. The case of the Gale Manufactur
ing Company against John W. May and
the Ohio Rake Company, alleged Infringe
ment on patent Is also slated to be called
at this term of court for trial.
To Inatoll Ofllcrrs.
The recently elected officers of Sarepta
Lodge of Odd Fellows will be Installed
Wednesday night by District Deputy
Grand Master J. T. O Hears- lie will be
assisted by the past grands of Potomao
and Falls Church Lodges
Thursday night many Odd Fellows of
this city will Journey to Falls Church to
witness the Installation of the officers of
that lodge. The ceremonies will be cop
ducted by Mr. O'Meara, assisted by the
past grands of Potomac and Sarepta
Lodges, this city.
Officers of Potomac Lodge will be In
stalled Friday night and this also will
bo done by Mr. O'Meara. who will be
assisted by the past grands of Sarepta
and Fails Church Lodges. The officers
will be escorted by the members of Can
ton No. 1. Alexandria.
Mrs. Minnie L. Pote, deputy, lastrilght
Installed the following recently elected
officers of Friendship Council. No rs.
Daughters of Liberty: Mrs Emma Fear-
son, councilor; C R. Herbert, associate
councilor. Miss Elsie Johnson, vice coun
cilor; William E. Dawson, associate vice
councilor; Mrv Flora Courtney, record
Inc secretary: Miss Lucy Pettey, asso
ciate recording secretarj; Mi's Sadie
Bastin. financial secretary; J. F. Petty,
treasurer: Miss Abbie Johnson, guide;
Charles Henry. Inner guapd: Miss Etta
Nails, outer guard; Charles Henry, trus
tee for eighteen months, Mrs. Kate
Grimm, trustee for twelve months
George Crump, representative to State
council for two years; J. F. Pettey, rep
resentative to State council for one
Major Thomas A Fisher has received
letter from S. I Brown, of Fort
Worth. Tcx in which the writer, who I
personal friend of Mr. Fisher, states
he saw his picture, together with other
Alexandrians, In the moving picture show
In thai city. The picture displays the
placing of a memorial wreath on Wash
lngton's tomb at Mount Vernon Decem
ber II last by Alexandria-Washington
Lodge of Masons.
nalldlnar Frrlslit Station.
Workmen have begun the work of
erecting a new freight station for the
Washington-Virginia Railway Company
the extreme end of South Roval
Street The new station will be a brick
affair, and. It Is announced, that It will
he completed about Februry 1 next
Upon Its completion the railway com
pany will abandon its present station, lo
cated In the rear of the present ticket
office at the southwest corner of Roval
and Prince Streets.
"Who Killed Patrick Buckley, the Boy
Guide.' Whose Body Was Found In the
Old Braddock Houe November 17."
This will be the subject of a sermon
Of All Kinds
Ml Phm. Ave.
Ts OIt Vote Is Tot BeiltTi COO Contctt.
which will. It la announced., be delivered
by Rev. C. K. Hobbs, pastor "of the
Second Baptist Church, at that church
Jat, thev7.43 o'clock- services ,to-orrow
night. Rertllr. "JHobbsT them jWllI
doubtless 'prove" rnrereitins.-TnasiriUch' ai
a graad-Jnry., which .m-ently-lnvatiga-
ed the. matter, aiter-examlnlng"arlaTgs
number, of witnesses, reported ' Its Inabil
ity to. And sufficient evidence to warrant
bringtaffMn a. presentment In the case.
Miss Bertha V.iCllnkscales ,and Daniel
R. Dean.both of 'this city, were 'tnar
rie4.af7.S0 o'clqck to-night at the par
sonage of jhe First Baptist Church. "The
ceremony was performed by Rev. w. Fi
Watson, pastor. The couple will reside
IU IU1A WW."
Benedlct'Wheatley has under consid
eration Plans for the erection of a three-
story brick .building on 'a lot adjoining
M7 IClng Streets recently purchased by
hinu J. no plans provide for a store, on
the first floor; with, 'apartments' on the
IWO-UUVm AWJTC. .. .
Funeral,, seryjeej fpr Frank c!-Mc-Learen
will be held at 3 o'clock to
morrow' afternoon 'from. Ms late home.
10M Duke 'Street They will be. ron
ducted by Rev. Edgar Carpenter, rector
of Grace Episcopal Church. Burial will
te.ln Bethel Cemetery.
S. If. Lunt auctioneer, sold at public
auction at noon to-day In front of the
market house two building lots in New
Alexandria to E. J. Fleming.
In roller "skating to
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Nugent
living at as North St Asaph Street fell
and sustained a fracture of her arm.
Samuel Curlett arrested by Sergt
Scott following complaint from the au
thorities of Mllvllle, N. J., was taken
back to that place to-day by Marshal
Charles II. Biggs to answer a charge of
alleged desertion. A bench warrant was
brought here for him by Mr. Biggs.
John Stewart Bryan, of Richmond, has
been elected a member of the board, of
trustees of the Episcopal HJgh School
and has already qualified as such. .
The Alexandria German Club gave Its
New Tear's dance Tuesday evening last
at the auditorium of the Elks' Home. It
was largely attended, among the guests
present being a number from out of the
city. The chaperons were Mrs. John F.
Tackett Mra.-E. 8. Fawcett Mrs. Gar
lock, Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Kemper.
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Johnson, Dr. and
Mrs. Hugh McGulre. Mr. and Mrs. Al
bert Smoot. Mrs.v Walter Roberts. Mrs.
John Leadbeater. Mrs. Louis C Barley,
Mrs. a C. Cariln. Mr. and Mrs. M.
Comas French. Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Gibson. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas B.
Cochran. Miss Elisabeth Jannev. Miss
Carrio Stribllng. Miss Cora HoblltzeH,
and Mrs. Johnson Downey. The german
was led by Mr. James S. Douglas, Jr,
with Miss Emily Johnson.
Among the out-of-town guests present
were Miss Mamie McCoy. Los Angeles.
Cal ; Miss Potts, Richmond. Va,: Miss
Russ, Washington: Mils Johnson. Wash
ington. Miss Enid Sipe, Harrisonburg:
Messrs. Gary, Boston; Miller, Johnson.
Parham, Baker, and Nelon Randsell,
Washington; Frank and Joe Addison.
Baltimore; Mitchell. North Carolina, and
Frailer Baldwin, Chicago.
Those dancing were Dr. and Mrs. John
W. Burke, Mr. and Mrs. Henry O'Ban-
TO YOU WHO ARE SICK
right at ih
tart that no
money Ji aaxed
or expected. X
mala this re
of my own fir
will aud accord.
I am financially
able to do so.
It It my way
the way I batw
chosen for do
ing good the
X way I hate
thought oat by
which I can
beat send help
into thU world
of so much sick
new and suffer
ir4 It la far
Specialist Clearwater, you to accept or
bo Make ThU rrfose, as you
(eneroua Offer. t
It ia for OV to cbooc whether yonr trouble,
with all its rain, danger, fear, and uAcertaintr.
shall continue or whether it shall bo taken
away. But In the choosing, remember thi
health was God s moat precious gift to you. and
it i a mora your duty to regain and keep it as
to guard and reotect your life.
What Is my offer! you aak. Listen. In my
thirty yearn' ex rrriroce fa medicine I ha t e
Ira rued many Strang things. Kbr one thing I t
learned that Heart Dueaae kills mora io,4
every day than anything else on earth. 1 ie abo
learned that Heart Disease hardly er exists
alone by ltnrif-that other organs Stomach.
Bowel. Kldneja, Lirer. Lungs, Ac., are almost
always affected, too. Why! Think for a minute
and you'll answer the question yourself. It
because the Heart is tha VITAL organ of the
bndy becanm It gorrrmf all tha other organ.
supplies E KRT organ erery cerre, muscle, and
tissue with blood and LIFE and power to do
top the Heart a beat and death strikes In
'. '. a v rsSK!a:vsfc
Goldamlthj Cold. Grippe, and Malaria Cap
ales will help -you .hen all others fail. Guar
(SchlOtnan & Goldsmith).
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Wo Clre totrs in Too UenMs fSJOX) CoaUM.
Healy's Mentholated ,
Will Cure That Couch. -
HEALY'S PHA&HACY, Jg7-
THIRD ST. ANB MASS. AVB. H.W.
We Gits otcs in Tha Herald's CE,m'Coatest.
rmn f?nnnf T)r. and Mrs. Louis . S
Greene. Mr.-nd Mrs. Conrad Joanson
Misses JJary .Phillips, eibs, uyugiaa,
Nellie Uhler.iMary Enowden., Lisa.. An
derson Ahna "Barley. Esther Burke,
Delia PhlJHps? Georgia French, Julia
Nlcol, .Sophia Tacketf Nancy- Tackett
Catherine- Uhler, JRoxIe" Doniphan;
Messrs. C. Pa9Waller. Jr- Beauderic
rjowellf E. A. Gariock. Wallace Llndsey,
John, Barrett Jamts Roberts, Hunt Rob
erts,' Eugene Llndsey, Eddie "Nlcol.
Bryan Pitts, Robley Brumback. John
Stevenson. Edmund Hunterw Milton
French, Garnett Pitts, Xlr. Vivian Berry.
Julian Burke. Harmon Roberts; Dr. J.
Thornton Ashton. George Anderton. Wal
lace Fa wctttA Windsor Snowden, George
Brent Richard Chichester, Arthur Her
bert. Albert Johnson, Bedford Uhler,
Lieut Charles Barrett U. S. M. C and
David Chalmers, assistant paymaster. U.
The Elks' Dancing Club gave a de
lightful dance at the Elks' Home Thurs
day evening: which was largely attended,
among those present ibelng a number
of couples from out of the city. After
ward a buffet luncheon was served-
This part of the entertainment was in
charge of George T. Caton and Herman
, Tho following was the committee in
charge of arrangements: Chjrles B.
Marshall, chairman; Herman Friedland
er, treasurer: George B. Caton, Harry
B. Qulnri. George W. Bontz, Joseph
Ewland. E. 8teuart Smith, and Jerome
Mr. and Mr Charles Calvert Smoot
Id, who have been visiting Mrs. Smoot's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George .Uhler,
have returned to their home In North
Wllkeaboro, N. a
Miss Mary Glenn Uhler was hostess
Wednesday .night at her home In North
Washington Street to the Five Hundred
Club, of which she is a member. Those
present were Miss Eliza Douglas, Miss
Nellie Uhler, Miss Christina Kemper, "Miss
Julia Nlcol. Miss Georgia French, Miss
Jean Brent Miss Lola Ashton. Miss So
phia Tackett Messrs. Beauderic Howell.
Milton French. Ward "BoswlI. Walter
Foster, Bedford Uhler, Dr. J. Thornton
Ashton. Prizes were won -,by Miss
Georgle French and Mr. Beauderic How
ell. Mi, .and Mrs. Charles E. Dare and
their children. Edgar and Virginia, are
visiting Mrs. Dare's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Wilson, Rising Sun. Md.
Miss Isabel M. Dobson and Mr. James
B. Wells were married Tuesday even
ing at the parsonage of Trinity M. E.
Church by Rev. G. A. Luttrell, pastor.
The ceremony was attended by a num
ber of relatives and friends of the con
Mrs. J. Stewart Jamleson has Issued
Invitations for cards Tuesday, January
Miss Kathleen Bltzer'and brother,
Westly Bitzer, are visiting relatives in
Owing to the death of their uncle, the
Misses Norton recalled Invitations for
Mrs. Florence Downing and two daugh
ters. Misses Belle and Ruth Downing,
who have been making their homo here
for some time past have gone to Fred-i
residence in the future.
Mr. Reginald C. Cox has returned to
William and Mary College. Williams
burg, Va., after spending the holidays
with his parents In this city.
Miss Chloe Tyler Cooke, of Baltimore,
who has been visiting Miss Esther Burke
at her home in Prince Street, Is now the
startly. Ton know that. And let the Heart gel
weak or wrong in any way and the wholes system
tha whole body from Brain to tiniest bloud
vmnel, sufier too.
But you say "I haren t any Heart trouble.
Mr Heart U all right." Ah I Out loU of pcorls
think and say the selMame thing. Why, only
last weak I had a pitiful, tearstained letter
frren a little 11 year-old girl out In Minnesota
tolling me how her mother fell dead the week
brfore-sea. fell dead before her with the little
baby In her arm. Now the woman thought
HEIt Heart was all right. Sba would not be
liere me eten refused to take tha treatment or
beed tha warning and the good advice that 1
had sent ber free. a
Six prpple In every ten hate Heart trouble
though many of them do not know ft. 3KXXQ
TsCtim die of it in America erery year .And so
I say unless you are sure, unless you KNOW,
for gondnew sake don't take any mora chances
just stop a bit right here and find out far a cer
tainty where you stand.
HEART DISEASE SYMPTOMS
Are Tery plain when once they are known and
tmdcrstoorL The great trouble fa that most peo
ple don t know what the symrtoma are don t
know what they mesa when they hare them.
Another thing a great many prople are misled
ard decetred Irto thinking their trouble Is some
thing else Thouand erhans you among them
are to-day doctoring the Stomach. Kidneys,
Lirer Nerves, or Sexual Organs for some BUl
rOSED trouble. ben all the time ft a tha
Heart causing It aXL In other words, you may
be treating the symptoms aud not the disease
Following are the tnot common signs the
really sure symptom of Heart Duca (Jo over
these CAIEEFULLV. one by one. and see if any
are your ajmptotm. That -trill tell the
Do Ton lire easily f
Do you have hradaeheaf
Does yonr Heart flatter r
Doe It errr aktp beats f
Doe yoor Heart palpitate?
Do you start In your aleepf
re you abort of breath f
Do yon frel "weak" and run donnf
V LM I HO
Is Shown Here In Immense Variety.
Sea tar Wiafaf Bbtliy,
H. E. SPRUCEBANK & CO.,
2d St and Pa. Ave. 8. B.
Telephone I.. S2S,,
We arlTs Herald 933,000 contest -rotes.
guest of Miss Isabel Carter, of Rlch -
J Mr. Leopard MI Knight, who spent the
holidays with his parents; Mr. and Mrs.
R E. Knight has returned to the Uni
versity of Virginia,
Mr. James Blrkett who haj been visit
ing In Mnn"l and Bristow, has re
turned to his home In this city.
Miss Mary Lee Chapman, of Manassas,
vlstted relatives here this week.
Miss OUls Racey, of Strausburg, Is
visiting her sister In this city.
Mr. George Brent has returned to the
University of Vlrgtnls, after spending
the holidays with his parents In this
.The Misses Gariock will entertain at
cards January 9 at their home In Rc
Mr. Lloyd Tabb. who has been the
guest of Mr and Mrs. Samuel q. Brent
has returned to his home In Wt Point
Va.. and Mrs. Enid. Sipe. of Harrison
burg, has returned after a. visit to Miss
Jean Brent f " ;
The Jolly Euchre Club held a Ineeting
Monday' night at the residence, of Mrs.
Raymond Blumenfeld, at her home In
South, Pitt Sireet Prizes, were won br
Miss Sarah Ruben, Mrs. Raymond
Blumenfeld. and Miss Jennie Blondhelm.
Mr Churchill Gibson." of Seminary
Hill. Is visiting his father, the Right Rev.
Robert Gibson, Richmond.
Alva lAerle, No. 871. Fraternal Order of
Eagles. Monday night last gave aCom
pllmentary dance to the ladles who as-s-sted
them at tHelr recent bazaar. The
affair was held Injho auditorium of the
Mrs. Ernest Thompson, and daughter,
of Boston, are the guests of Mrs. Will
iam Woolls, at her home In Queen
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Davis, of this
city, are- vlsltlrg Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Lewis, Clsmont. Va.
Miss Florence Rex. of Richmond. Va..
Is spending the hollda) s with Miss Janet
Rlshelll, at her home in South Washing
ton Street '
Miss Edith Brown, of King George
County, Va., la v.hrttlng her sister, Mrs.
Robert Rust Alexandria County.
Miss Marion Negley has returned from
a visit to friends In Baltimore..
Mr. Elmer Thompson has returned from
Baltimore, where he spent the week-end
with his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McLaughlin, of Nor
folk, have reutrned home after & visit
to friends in this city.
Mr. Robert A. Zachary has returned
from a visit to Bridgeton, N. J.
Miss Elizabeth Peyton has returned to
the University of Virginia Hospital
Training School, after spending a few
dajs with her father. Mr. Philip B. Pey
ton. Braddock Heights.
Mrs-Percy Evans has returned to her
home In Hume. Va . after spending sev
eral weeks with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. James S. Douglas, in Cameron
Miss Hattle Douglas has returned from
Winchester, Va., where she has been
visiting Mrs. George Doswell Brooke.
Mr and Mrs- Francis Boyle, of Wash
ington, during the week visited Mrs.
Boyle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
Smith. Cameron Street
Mrs Harry Beverly entertained at
auction bridge during the week at her
home In Prince Street Those present
were Mrs. Taylor Burke, Mrs. Thomas
Do you bare numb or dlssy spellaf
Do yon have freak, n la Ulnar apellsf
re yon nerrona and Irritable t
Va your feet, lejga. or ankles awetlT
Does your stomach hare an Mall
ft-one" feel In a; f
Do yon have pain In Heart, aide,
or under shoulder blade f
Of course, no case baa an-me of the very
worrt only a few. Therefore, if you find that
even one or two of them are TOUR symitoras,
you should set at once, for you may be in grara
dangr. ion know Heart Disease don t wait.
It comes like a thief, develops quickly aad strikes
All HEBE IS MY OFFEI
If you hate ONE of these symptoms; If you
have reason to think that you hare even the
slightest Heart trouble or wraknesa, writs me
now 1 will help you.
Or, again. If you hare known for some time
that you hare Heart trouble even though your
case is chronic, deep-seated, and has resisted
treatment, even though you may hare been told
that jou cannot be cured I urge jou all tha
more strocgly to write at once Jt is ia just such
stubborn "incurable cases we have made the
mot remarkable cures.
The very day I bear from yon I will send you
by mail puatpaid and securely sealed
FILL FIEE TREATMENT
foWour ae, a letter of advice explaining your
ease fully. Also a Medical Book thai in plain
words and with clear pictures tells all about
your trouble, explain about your Heart what it
does bow It worts, and the relation to all the
rest of jour body. The book is valuable, do not
lose sight of this fart of my rer many people
among them several phyaciana. say Its the
bot book tt its kind ever written.
Itemembrr It is all FKElv-Th Book-Tbe
Letter of Advice The Full Course of Treatment.
There are no strings to this offer. ! either is
It a C O. D scheme or anything of tha kind
I aak for no money I send you no medicine,
expecting you to pay later. Tou bind yourself
In no way. It ia nothing but a genuine, gencr
ons. honest, free offer to the tick. I am nuking
this same offer in soma or we oeu pa pen in
Sixteen Years of Sup
- "plying the Right
Our Prescription Ttepartment is
noted for its prompt, careful, accu
SAMIEL FALI, FMI. I,
SthnaK Streets. R. E.
Kwat LtaMla 1119.
We Glre Tctt la Tie HaiiTe- B.M Cental,
fR, Cochran, Mra. Robert sTBrrs.
Mrs. Henrv. CBannon Cooper. -Mrs? D.
Moxler. Low. Miu Alice Andertpa.
Miss' Lisa Andersop. Mljs Georglr
French. Miss Mary Snowden. Miss AllC
Anderton carried off the prize.
Mrs.-James T. Luckett and two son
are visiting their parenU,"Mr: and Mrs.
John Scrivener, Augusts, Go
Mr. Charles J. DeahU 3r has returned
to his home in Portsmouth. Vs.. after
spending a few days with his parents,
Mr. -sod Mrs. Charles J. Deahl, Prince
Mr. James W Goods has returned from
a visit to his daughter at Glendower.
Miss Marie Kite Is visiting her great
uncle and aunt Mr. R. C. Saunders and
Miss Jane SaundCrs, In Leesburg.
Lieut Charles D. Barrett bo has
been visiting his brothers in this city
for the past two weeks, left Thursday
for Portsmouth to Join the battleship
New Jersey, which sailed Friday for
J. Ellis .Norrls. of Cuba, Is visit
ing his -parents In this city.
Miss Marion Baker, of" this city. Is the
guest of Miss Freda Bode, Fredericks
Miss Elizabeth Herbert has returned
from a visit to Mrs. George Doswell
Brooke, in Winchester. Va.
Mr. Theodore Wright has returned
from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Bur
gess. Charlottesville, Va.
Miss Marie McCoy, of Los Angeles.
CaL, who has been the guest of Miss
Anna Barley, In North Columbus Street
Is now visiting In Washington.
Miss Janet Kuhn, of Washington, is
the guest of Miss Harriett Douglas, at
her homo in Cameron Street
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Weller visited
relatives here during the week.
Mr. E. E. Downha'm. of this city,
has been elected representative to the Im
perial Council of the Mystic Sbrlne by
Acca Temple, for the thirteenth con
Mrs. Thomas Cochran entertained at
cards Saturday afternoon at Lee Camp
The marriage of Miss Annie St Clair,
of New Orleans, and Mr. Isaac Ander
son, of Round Hill. Va, took place Sat
urday morning last at the parsonage
of the Second Presbyterian Church.
The ceremony was performed by Rev.
Dr. John Lee Allison, pastor of the
church. Afterward the couple left for
Round Hill, Va, where they will reside
la the future,
Mr. Mary Philips has Teturned from
a visit to friends in Charlestown, W.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hedrick and chil
dren spent the Christmas holidays with
Mrs. HerdlclCs parents, Mr. and Mrs.
S. T. Hall. Manasas.
The Misses Norton entertained Fri
day In honor of their little nephew.
Master Alexander Sands, third. Prizes
for the most successful nest hunters
were given Miss Josephine Gregg- and
Cary Marshall. A large number of
young: Yolks attended the affair.
-Will Study Penitentiary.
With a view to Improving conditions at
the Federal penitentiary at Leaven
worth, Kans.. Attorney General W'cWer
sham yesterday detailed MaJ. Henry
Leonard Wood. U. S. M. C. retired, to
make a thorough study of the peniten
tiary. The Attorney General desires that
all Federal prisons should be model In
stitutions, with particular reference to
the Federal parole law.
I Make the Fairest
Offer That I Know.
Amerira besides The Washington Herald. b
cmit it seems -to me to be tha beat way to
quickly get advice and balp-thia certain effecUra
treatment into the hands of every sufferer
To the skeptical-the doubters-tbe unbeliever
U tlnce who think Heart trouble can't be
cured to those who forget that arieorw Is ad
vancing. I aay for your own good yes. in simple
fairness to yourwU. Don t gfra up don't fail to
get our advice and test our methods and treat
ment It has reached I dont mean Just teas
ptrsrily. but lastingly reaehed-thouaanda of
cates. many ef which hsd been believed hopeless.
I am partkcularly anxious to hear from those
who aren t quite sure Just what their trouble ia
from those who are doctoring the Stomach,
lirer. Kidney. Jweno. A., but get little or no
better. In nine out ef ten such cases the real
trouble is with the Heart. Anyway, you will get
the truth here you will thenlsow what to do.
The free coone of treatment that we tend wiH.
strengthen and regulate the Heart. It wOI too
up the Stomach, Kidneys, and Liter. It will
gite strength and vitality to the htrrt and
erve Centers and build up the whole ayetera.
Remember, va make a specialty of treating
Heart Dbwasei and theother troubles that so
often n with it
This is our life work and all our knowledge
and experience thus gamed is yours gladly and
freely just for the asking
And so I say again, if yen do need this help
you'd better send right now. far. of course. I
cannot continue to make this offer Indefinitely
FIEE TIEATME1T C0BP0I
1019 3I.-t.nIc Did., llallowrll. Me.
1 have itad jvax offer in Tlw Washington
Herald. rkme tnd In rUln, ataled psckarr.
br rulU h Full Fre. Trntrarnt. the Bock
a Letter Trombrd. It ia anted and imdtr
atml I -am to tJ roa nothing (or all this,
either now or Utov
Rock Creek Road and
Ga. Ave. N. W.
We Girt Votes In Tin Berald's Si