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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. THURSDAY, JANUARY 23. 1913.
Gains 30 Pounds
in 30 Days
Eemarkablo Besnlt of the Hew Tissns
Builder, Protone, In Many Cues
of Run -Down Men
"Provs It Tcmrsslf by Ssndlnjr Coupon Balov
for 60o fuoei Jrrw.
"X Wouldn't -Look Idke That Again fv
AU the World."
"By Gcorjre. I never saw anything
like the effects of that new treatment.
Protone, for building up of weight and
lost nerve force. It acted more like a
miracle than a medicine." said a well
known gentleman. In speaking of the
revolution that had taken place in his
condition. "I began to think that there
was nothing on earth that could make
me fat. I tried tonics, digestives, heavy
eating, diets, milk, beer, and almost
everything else jou could think of, but
without result. 1 had been thin for
years, and began to think it was nat
ural for me to be that way Finally I
read about the remarkable successes
brought about bj the use of Protone,
so I decided to try it mself Well,
when I look at myself in the mirror
now, I think it Is somebody else I
have put on Just thirty pounds during
the last month, and never felt stronger
or more 'nervy in my life."
Protone is a powerful Inducer of nu
trition, increases cell-growth, makes
perfect the assimilation of food, in
creases the number of blood corpuscles,
and as a necessary result builds up
muscles and solid, healthy flesh, and
rounds out the figure
For women who can never appear
Rt Hh In anvthing the wear because
f their thinness, this remarkable
treatment is a revelation. It is a beauty
maker, as well as a form builder and
The regular SI size of Protono is for
sale by all druggists, or will be mailed
direct, upon receipt of price, by The
Protone Co, 4S44 Protone Bids.. Detroit,
It will cost Jou nothing to prove the
remarkable effects of this treatment
It Is absolutel) nonlnjurious to the
most delicate h.ystem The Protone
Company will send to any one who
sends name and address a free- COc
package of Protone. with full instruc
tions, lo proe that it does the work
Thel will also send ou their book on
"Why You Are Thin.' free of charge,
gllng facts which will nrobablv as
tonish ou Send coupon below to-day
with j our 'name and address.
Free Protone Coupon
It will cost jou nothing to prove
the remarkable effects of this treat
ment. The Protone Company will
send to any one a free 50c package
of Protone if they will fill out this
coupon and inclose 10c stamps or
silver to help coer postage. They
will also send with it full instruc
tions and their book on "Why Tou
Are Thin "
tub rnoTONK conpur,
4VM Protone Hide- Detroit, Mich.
The regular SI size of Protone is for
sale in Washington bv Affleck's Drug
Store 11th and F nw M Daj i. Co.
5th and G nw . and People's Pharmacy,
S24 7th St. nw
No free packages from druggist1
. e sire Herald 823.000 ranteat votes..
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We k!t Herald (2TU000 contest vote.
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Me srtv-e Tlerald S25.000 contest votes.
ffi U I U In tn" e,ect,on of Paint
, by getting Ilodgktn's
advice as to tho kind thitt will give
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Rockefeller Physician's Ap
pearance Resented by Va
WILL EXAMINE FINANCIER
Probers Decide, HoweTer, to Take
Money Kins' Testimony, De
spite His Condition.
Dr. Walter F. Chappell. of N'cw York.
WillUm Itockcfcllcr's phvslcian, appeared
before tho Pujo investigating committee
jesterday and testified under oath that
any attempt on the rart ot the com
mittee to examine Mr. Kockefeller would
endanger his life. Notwithstanding this.
the 'committee In execute e session again
voted to take -Mr. llocketeller s test!
It is understood that the committee
vote was sntn to one Air. Pujo, the
chairman, being the only member wno
opposed the proposed examination, it
is the understanding now that tne com
mittee will make an effort to examine
Mr. Rockefeller in New York, possibly
next week, but there have been sugges
tions that Mr. Rockefeller would carry
the matter into the courts berore he will
Dr. Chappell appeared before the com
mittee to explain in greater detail Mr.
Rockefeller's condition. He said that
his patient had four conditions of the
larynx which made it very dangerous
for him Jo become excited or to undergo
a sustained effort to use his voice. These
conditions w ere Iarv nseal spasms, oedema
of the larvnx, hemorrnage, and an arn
tatlon following speech. Ur. Chappell
testified that all the muscles and nerves
on the right side or the larjnx had been
removed and that tne aDsenco or tneso
rendered Mr. Rockefeller liable to suffo
cation in the event ot excitement. The
physician testmed that he had had
hemorrhage of the larynx while
nrrow 3fnrgln for Life.
"It is now a very narrow margin for
his life." said the New York specialist.
"Ever j thing has been done than can be
done In operations. He has no further
recourse left If he has another severe
hemorrhage Ir. Chappell agreed with
the report which the committees phvgt
cian. Dr. Charles W Richardson, had
made in regard to Mr Rockefeller. Dr.
Chappell pointed out. however, that Dr.
Richirdson had not had an opportunity
to observe Mr. Rockefeller when he was
suffering from a tpasm of the larny
It wab because he had not had such
an opportunity that Dr. Chappell !
llecd It -o be his dut) to appear before
the committee and assure them of the
dangerous consequences that might re
sult from an examination attended with
It was apparent that the appearance
of Dr Chappell before the committee
was r.stnted by some members. Repre-i
sentatlve Neely of Kansas openly pro
tested when he entered the committee
room and found that Mr Rockefeller's
physician had been permitted to go upon
the stand as a witness without his
knowledge Representative Neely and
one or two other members of the com
mittee feared that it would be construed
as a reflection on the committee's own
phvsician Mr I"ntermer and Chair
man Pujo had to soothe Mr. Neely some
time to prevent a public protest
The action of the committee in Insisting
upon examining Mr Rockefeller is
against the advice of Samuel Unter
mver. the committee's counsel In fact,
there seems to be good reason to believe
that Mr I'ntermjer may refuse to as
sume the responsibility of questioning
For a Disordered Stomaclt
HofTs Lemon Seidlltz Is the greatest
thing In the world. It is prescribed by
physicians everywhere and for sals by
Pope Pins Postpones 3Irhn.
Rome, Jan 22, Owing to the carlv date
of Easter, the Pope has decided to post
pone until Pentecost the mass which Ills
Holiness was to have celebrated on
Easter Sundav in honor of the 1.600th
anniversary of the signing by Emperor
Constantine of the edict making Chris
tianity the official religion of the state.
Official announcement of the postpone
ment was made by the Vatican to-dav
His Holiness believes that bv putting off
the mats until a later date more persons
will be able to attend.
Skin Cleared in a Short Time by
Stuart's Calcum Wafers, the
Greatest Blood Purifier
all kinds, are simply the Impurities In
ine oiuuu coming to tne suriace. All
the external treatment In the world
won't do a particle of good unless you
Clrnn Your Rack and Face of Plmnlea.
purify the blood. And there's nothing
so Humiliating as a iace that's all
broken out ano spotted.
Stuart's Calcium Wafers will rl.ir
the most obstinate complexion, because
they co right into the blood and re
move the cause of the trouble. The
hlooil Is cleansed of all Impurities and
foreign substances, and these are quick
ly eliminated from the system. You'll
notice a wonderful change In a few
days you will hardly know yourself
In a week.
And Htunrt's Calcium Wafers are ab
solutely harmless to any one. Their
Ingredients are Just what a physician
prescribed In most cases of skin erup
tions and poor blood. These wafer
are nut up In a concentrated form,
which makes them act quickly and
Jit-gin taking Stuart's Calcium Wa
fers to-day and then look at yourself
in the mirror In a- few davs. m -
nil those awful pimples, blackheads,
acne, bolls, liver spots, rash, eczema,
and that muddv comnlexlon ranirft.
disappearing and your face cleared
like the petal of a flower.
You can obtain Stuart's Calcium
Wafers at any drug store, at 50 cents
and there is now no reason why any
one should be disfigured by pimples or
any other skin eruption.
. INCOME STATEMENTS
CoauBiwoaer of Rereane Will Soon
Diftriimte Penoud Iaterrogt-
tories to Resident.
Alexandria, Va-, Jan, 22. The personal
Interrogatories of the state, requiring
citizens to furnish a sworn statement of
their Incomes, have been received by
Commissioner of Revenue Charles IL
Callahan and will soon be distributed.
Under the. law, taxpayers are required
to furnish a list of aU property, money,
credits or other subjects of taxation,
and the value thereof.
Failure to furnish sworn answers to
these Interrogatories means that the tax
pa) er shall forfeit -not less than ISO or
more than J1.009 and will be fined not
less than $20 or more than J100 if ho re
fuses to exhibit to the commissioner of
the revenue or his deputy, the property
Under the law a property owner who
makes a false list of personal' property
must be proceeded against by the at
torney for the Commonwealth, trial to be
by Jury, and If a verdict be rendered,
establishing a false list, the court shall
render Judgment for doublo the amount
of the taxes, for the costs, and for J3
fee for the attorney for the Common
wealth, and the court shall direct the
treasurer ot the county or city, upon
ten days' notice, to sell for cash the
property of the taxpayer.
These sheets were sent out In this city
last year and among many there seemed
to be a general misunderstanding over
It is thought, however, that this time
the taxpayers will be more familiar with
the sheets and be more speedy in making
The Reliance Fire Company No. 6, has
elected these officers to serve for the
year: I. E. Uhler. president; J. Sid
ney Douglas, first vice president; W. P.
Taylor, second vice president; H. Brooke
Arnold, treasurer: Frank Glasgow, sec
retary. Eugene Rogers, assistant secre
tary; A. T. Sullivan, recorder; W. II.
Bontz, sr., W. H Bontz, Jr., and John
TV. Schoneld, executive committee: A. D.
Grimes, captain: K. W. Ogden. first lieu
tenant, W. M. Glasgow, second lieuten
ant; Conrad Schwab, commander of
Arrangements are being made by the
company for an oyster roast which will
bo given the officers of the two other
fire companies, together with the mem
bers of the Arc committee, mayor and
The Anti-Tuberculosis Society of thl
city realized a total of Jllfi.5 from the
play recentl presented for Its benefit
by the Associated Plavrrs Red Cross
stamps amounting to 3IM1 were sold
here during Christmas time Tifty per
icnt of this amount went to the local
organization Of this number of stamps
1.S09 were sold by Albert Bryan, and
he was awarded a cash prize of 3 for
having sold the largest number The
treasurer reported there wa") available
on hand January 1 the sum of $390 87.
William Baile, colored, who was ar
rested Saturday on a capias, was jester
day released following orders from Judge
Edmund Waddill. of the I'nlted States
Court for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia. Bailey gave a ball bond in the sum
of JCC0 furnished by J M. Hill lie li
charged with retailing liquor without a
Eugene E. Fisher, of Falmouth. Va ,
was arrested on a capias and brought
here early this morning by Deputy United
States Marshal William Schoene and
committed to Jail. He Is charged with
sending Improper matter through the
mail:. Fisher expects to give bond vcri
All of the clerical force employed at
the Potomac transfer. Potomac railroad
vards, Alexandria Count. with the ex
ception of four, have now been vaccinated
owing to the development of a cae diag
nosed as smallpox by one of the
clerks, whose home Is In Washington.
The clerks are being kept under observa
tion bv the District and county health
authorities, although it is not believed
that there will be a spread of the epi
demic The four who were not vaccin
ated showed that they have been vac
The local musical organization known
as "Sharps and Flats." which recently
presented the opera entitled "The
Mikado." will hold a banquet within a
short time at I.ee Camp Hall. At this
banquet the question of deciding whether
or not "The Mikado" will be repeated
and also what play will be presented
next win De determined upon.
The funeral of William k ci-Aiv. who
aled at the Alexandria Hospital, toot
place this afternoon from Vheafiv' un
dertaking chapel. The services were con
ducted by Rev. Father U K. Kelly, or
t- alary s (.atnoMc Church, those serv
ing as pallbearers were: M. Downey, K.
F. Bcttl", M. R, Norrts, James is. Martin.
In the Corporation Court to-day In the
case of the Baltimore Bargain House
against Jacob Rose Tor ttvt, a dispute
over a bill of goods, the Jury awarded
a verdict for 117:. a vrAir rn, .
plaintiff was given for 1484!S, amount
sued ior. in tne ease of Leroy Beach
against the Mourt Vernon and Marshall
xittii oij&iiiuutL vonipany.
Plans for the opening of the West
minster Building, for the Second Presby
terian cnurcn, win be made by the
deacons and elders or that church, which
will be held Sunday next, following the
church servtfces. It Is expected that the
building, now nearing completion, will bo
rormau opened about March 1 next
The building Is located at the north.
cast corner of Prince and St, Asaph
Henry Stevens, colored, who recentlj
entered a plea of guilty to feloniously
Mahbtnrr Peter Snelllne-L nf thfa !
and was sentenced to serve a term ot
lira years in me penitentiary, was this
afternoon taken to that institution by
Guard R. M. Johnson.
The body of Mrs. Jennie McCormick
Miller, wife of Alfred E. Miller, was
shipped to-night to Rising Springs. Pa.,
The Alexandria Light Infantry wIU
Monday night next, following Its regular
drill, elect a second lieutenant.
"LOAN SHARK" BOX.
It Is Expected to Pass the House
The "loan shark" bill will probably
pass the House to-day- Representative
C. Dyer, who Is In charge of the
conference report on the bill, announced
after an unsuccessful effort to bring the
report up yesterday, that he would call-
it up to-day.
His failure to have the report "con
sidered was due to yesterday being "cal
endar Wednesday," but there will beio
obstacle In the way of considering the
measure to-day, and Mr. Djer is confi
dent that the report will be adopted.
With the favorable action of the House,
the bill will be ready for the President's
signature, and Is expected to become a
law within a few hours after the Legis
lative' formalities have been completed.
The bill limits Interest rates charged
by, loon associations and pawn brokers
to one per cent a month. It will apply
to all loan making Institutions In the
District except banks and trust companies.
GOSSIP 01? SUBJECTS OF,
(Coprritbt, Vta, br , Court ,Glp B-wnatA)
The true cauie why Prince Ludwtg,
the sixty-elght-year-old regent of Ba
varia, who succeeded his father, the
nonogenatian Prince Lultpold, to the
regency of the second largest of the
federated German states upon the tat
ter's death several weeks ago, has de
clined to have himself proclaimed King
In place ot his Incurably insane cousin.
King Otto, U that he could not do so
unless the Bavirian Parliament first en
acted a law deposing the mad ruler.
Such a proceeding would create
precedent that-mlght result in danger to
the monarchical system and to the Wlt
telsbach dynasty, especially In these
days of skepticism toward the "divine
right" theory, so much ridiculed In these
enlightened timet by the equal Tighten.
It must be taken in consideration, and
Prince Ludwig evidently is wise enough
to do so, that the Social Democrats al
ready possess a majority ot tho ballot
In several of the minor German states,
and as ruler of the second largest statu
In the federation no one can blame
Prince Ludwtg for tho stand he has
taken In trying to ward off the possi
bility of a sovereign being deposed by
a resolution adopted Dy tne Diet,
Perhaps prescnt-dav conditions as to
the Bavarian succession are all for the
best, and I have held the belief that the
late Regent Lultpold knew what he was
aoout when he steadfastly declined all
overtures to place tho Wittelsbach crown
upon his old brow. Considering the dcen
moted animosity ot the Bavarians (a
strbng Catholic country) toward Protest
ant Prussia and Hohenzollerns, I doubt
very much whether Bavaria would ad
hero long to the federation, with a sov-
treign ruler at the helm who might be
obliged to make concessions to the ultra
montan party, the strongest element by
tar in tne kingdom and the Palatinate.
Though both Teutons, men of the same
race and nttlon, Bavarians and Pru'
sians never have been friendly. This In
explicable hatred hai cropped out on all
occasions. te two countries drawing the
swora against eacii otner at the slightest
provocation. This was done no later than
in 18S6 when yie Bavarians took up
arms in behalf of Austria against Prus-
sla, which, after tiddly defeating the
Austrian army under Feldzeugmelstcr"
Loudon at GItschIn and Kocnlgsgraetz.
sent an army corps to meet the com
bined Bavarian and Hanoverian forces,
which at Lancensalza had to mirrendur
Strange to say, Bismarck, while annex
ing, as a punishment, the kingdom of
Hanover, let Bavaria go scot free. Per
haps the Iron Chancellor that early had
ma neaincr eye open' ior that union
which he perfected after Napoleon's de
feat and France's "debacle" four years
I recall all this solely to substantiate
rr.y contention tliat Wittelsbach and Ho
henzullern never will bo true friends
They may stick to each other for tho
sake of their common Interest, but only
as long as such interest would demand
or necessitate IL Not a moment longer.
The iintl-Prussian Are Is ever smoldering.
IMIeve me' To prove how deep rooted
this hatred, how Inbred and Innate this
feeling Is it may not lc amlu to re
peat tho well-known varn of the Kaiser
and the recruit from Bavaria.
Emperor William was questioning the
man as to who w.is the national and
hcreditar enemy, expecting the usual
answer of the German soldier, that It was
Prance. Imagine his chagrin when the
unsophisticated outh from the Bavarian
Highlands replied "Prussia"' There is
a similar story of a Bavarian soldier,
who. after a hard day's work during the
Imperial maneuvers, expressing his sat
isfaction to Crown Prince Frederick
Wilhelm (the affable and very democratic
Tnncr Fritz.' later for a short hundred
davs. second German Emperor, of how
ablv the latter had led his attacking
fcrces that da), exclaimed enthustastlc
allv. "If we Bavarians had only heard
such a leader In !, how badly we
should have whipped those d Prus
The new regent like his father. Is not
altogether a soldier In fact, he Is rarc
lv seen In uniform He fought the Prus
sians In 1 and carrier a Pruslan bul
Itt In hi side The German army lo
which Bavaria contribute" the second
larget contingent, interests him little
But the German navy cert ilnly does, und
it forms one of the few links of entire
sympath between him and the Kaiser
Another is inland navigation, bj means
of deepened rivers and canal-, despite the
determined opposition of the "agrarians"
in the Bavarian Diet, For Prince Ludwig
Is an enthusiast on practical farming
That opposition the regent is well aware
G. V. SCHUTT. Prop.
inspect II mm
1 j .I Diggest I sSMFcP
PeKsMannarjSaJa-JI9 Vft H a-maaaBfpaw
-immmmmixnami Price, $3,500
JjM 13t4rST.mV 7AANDMaT3.NX,
Is based upon selfish Interests, the agra
rians of Bavaria tearing mat imano.
canals would be the means of bringing
foodstuffs Into the Interior oft the king'
dom to be sold at Tow figures and their
corner" thus be broken.
Tho prince on his model farm, on the
shores of Lake Storemberg, Into the water
of which Ill-fated King Ludwig II
plunged, committing suicide and dragging
with him his physician, shows his meth
ods of soil tilling to be abreast of every
1 modern development, and It must be
confessed he obtained extraordinary re
Prince Ludwig Is broad-shouldered.
rather tall, but not In the best of health.
His simplicity of manner, his democracy.
his freedom from the so-called royal dig
nity tor arrogance) cnarm ait wno como
In contact with him. His words are few.
but straight to the point, and he abhors
equivocation. In short, he Is by long
odds the most independent of. all German
Prince Ludwig, In 1W, two years after
he was severely wounded In the battle
of Helmstadt by a Prussian rifle bullet,
married Archduchess Maria The
resa of Austria Este. Ills sontand heir
Ifj Prince Ruprecht of Bavaria, who sev
eral months ago lost his young wife.
Duchess Gabriellc. In Bavaria, of the
ducal branch of the Wlttelsbachs (her
sister is the present Qucci of the Bel
gians), whom he married In 1300. last
summer while on a tour of the world.
Tills future Bavarian ruler's sentiments
The engagement of Mrs. Copley Thaw
to Mr. Whitney, the Boston banker, has
revived London society's Interest In the
protracted negotiations of her ex-husband,
the present Marquis of Hertford,
for another well-dowered wife. "When
still Karl of Yarmouth, the marquis
married at Pittsburg Miss Alice Thaw In
19CS, who brought him Jl,(W.aj0. all of
which be lost when In an English court
of Justice when she procured an an
nullment of the marriage.
The Marquis now is offering his new
title and ancient pedigree to an ex
ceedingly wealthy English widow, a Mrs.
Moss-Cockle, of Mayfalr and Windsor.
The settlements are still under debate
and the marquis, though having to be
stow upon his bride nothing but his
very ancient title, considers that the
same Is worth at least 30.OXI pounds
sterling In cash 111 advance, besides an
annual income of 5,(00, Independent of
all restrictions. This Is certain If the
lady really Is so anxious to wear a
marchioness crown, she has the money
to please herself. If she will be able to
put up with a husband of such a past
and reputation, though he now occu
pies a very high and distinguished place
In the Britsh peerage.
BRUSHED THE LAW ASIDE.
The Wny Wiechen Wcr Tried In
Mn-.nelinrl In 1002.
tnro tjis HoetcKi limit!.
When the witchcraft delusion of 1-2C
seized the province of Massachusetts, the
people would not wait for tbo working
of the established tribunal v' Justice
It was too slow to &uit thtm. So the
cried out for a special court to hustlt
along the trial of witches, and Gov
Phipps meekly ieldcd to tho clamor and
named seven Judges to conduct tho trial).
It wes distinctly a popular court, and
was controlled absolutely by the popular
will Not a single one of the seven
Judges was a lawyer Two of the Judges
ere clergymen, two were physicians.
and three were merchants. The com
mon law was thrown aside, rules of evi
dence were ignored, and the Judges and
Juries were left tintrammelcd by any
"quibbles of the law" to follow their own
feelings and the popular will.
Savs Washburn In his "Judicial His
tory Qf Massachusetts "The trials were
but a form of executing popular ven-
gancc. Juries were Intimidated by the
frowns and persuasions of the court and
by the outbreaking of th- imud.!' 7 "
that crowded the place of trial to render , JV13, '. Tbe7 foond It OOaiU bM. t.
erdicts against tlieir own consciences
and Judgment " He cites one case, that
HeDecca urse, in wnicn tne juryimin wno o"j - "- - ";-r. ;
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aberdlct of not RUiltv whereupqn "the
accusers raised a great outcry and the
judges were overcome by the clamor
I The Jury was sent back, returned with
la verdict of guiltv. and the woman was
. accordingly executed.
Atlanta. Ga.. will In May entertain
three Prcsbtcrian general assemblies
Washington, D, C.
A Dinner in the WINTER '
GARDEN is. a delight you'll want
to repeat often. It's sered Table
(l'Hotc at ONE DOLLAR,
from 6 to 8 but it's the most
complete menu you ever discussed
carefully prepared and fault
lessly served. Splendid musical
programme. Orchestral and vocal.
J. D. KYN'ASTON. Manager.
in This Section
737 to 741 12th
Street S. E.
Juit South P. Atc
Inspect these hoiuex
today. Open. Hrhtcd
and heated until 9 p
m. Only E0t caah and
balance lDco rent. The
hotnea with big lota.
Room for" stable, gar
age, and garden. Don't
delay. Inipect today.
Only Two Left.
WHY SUFFER WITH CATARRH?
Let Me Shi Vn My Hew INHALER.
A scientific treatment easy and safe
nnt. Gives quick relief, opening the
natural breathing, bringing health to the catarrh-effected linings of the nose,
head, and .throat.
TRY SIY I.MIAZ.CR TREATME.NT IX YOUIt 1IOMR WITHOUT COST.
Then if you are fully satisfied with the benefit you receive if you would
not be without It for many times Its cost send for my complete six months'
treatment and keep the inhaler.
Catarrh is a loathsome, health-destrovlncr disease which begins in the nose
and progresses' rapidly to the throat, stomach, kidneys, and lungs. CHECK IT
NOW. My Inhaler Treatment Is a scientific and common-sense method of de
livering medicated air directly to the Irritated, catarrh-affected surfaces. Manv
have beeneured by this treatment. It costs ou nothing to find oat If It will
MKVU 3IK 1UUK 1
K. J. WORST
HOW THE JAPANESE
ALWAYS REMAIN SLENDER
NO ONE NEED REMAIN FAT NOW
TOAVni.TSn AMI SCIENTIST DISCOV.
ERS LONG SOUGHT SECRET. 11E
DUCED HIS OW?f WEIGHT 100
POUNDS WITIIOET A SIN
GLE DRUG. AFTER ALL
DIES HAD FAILED
flow tn Rednce Fat One Tonnd n Day
nd Then Alwnys Remain slim, .ao
Drags. Medicine. Starvation Diet,
UxercUlnsr. or Anpsratna Used.
Finds Simple Home Treat
ment Work Wonders.
Arrangements Now Mnde to Ilave All
Stoat nendem of Thin Paper Reeelve
a Free Copy of Dr. Tomer's Won
derful Book. TIott I Redueed
My Weight 100 rounds."
f telerrlcw keforded cpon Us rtccxn frem a
lens tria Dr. F Tamer, tie phjrirtin. identM.
nd tnnler. wUtlj keen fcr hit Kirsufle rr
Kuebei trd "how written fcrcuzM fcta
. Int-roitlcntl r-isrt". -.- iccm tuuu
. &, hj tl-rxlr-. Tcnsetuix. and pnftctlj
I jrrrflnc-d fna cf Di ,Trr to-dj. the un
'lnMMI S iCmi-UlTUia. " CDCTIiiWUJ Mi 1
, ec"vJfS,tloDed mawralnj bt tetlth ind th
irmarfctwa txut o no ipptaruics. ir. .vcraer
My tHseoTfTT em iborrt t-Hrint tar trft iwf
In this wjt TOira rveitrc a tt p literary
work. I fouwl a rtferrM-e t -zinan In -which
lh JftptM-M rr tala to -im eweem, nj
trodtocr to t9 en twperfrKCs Ei. It wm
nsQj irspa-trt from jbserTiNw that the laps s-r
TOnirrtiTely T t auc hat their dirt
rccslrt larcely of Tics tt most ttarchj and
therefore the nest fat ronrTng cf aU cralss I had
eften urmderrf why. to Mt of tnew fict. Uu
ratlies cf Japan, both men add tromen. aTwayt
prment men a alender. trim, reat arpwacL
I Althocsh roret am ran In that couwtry. th
women there hate beautiful ficurn that any Assert
nn -woman mi&t wen rnry. pa tne J trace-
men hare strength and rxrwm et endurance that
are rjwtrbial. Aftr dUIcret Inquiry abort the
rauM of this. I becime more than erer eoortneed
that they wen nnss there In Japan methods of
fat redaction and fet rr-vrntlna far in adrancs ef
BEjthin known to mr-&ea! eclecce tn thJ onxntry
As the flndins of -roch a method was a matter of
life or death to eta at that time. I earuol'ted
rnmeronj anthcrltles and set abmt ukteff Q-oe-tloos
cf thme who wtmld ta likely to know airy
thlcs abort It, T am clad to say that my tratHns
5(Tts wre finally rewarded by the diMOTfry oi a
new means cf fat redaction that I determined to
Che a short trial hnmedlatelr. I was fairly
Urtled to behold the wonderful chans It madi
am Mf appearance, and thw fn-aroremert In mt
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V.1IL: UU AUUIUSS
Box ", Ashland. Ohio
hrt'th t&it m soucethls frora Uie raj fint.
Mr ft broa ta tiolsh u th nt rf oca pooed
ft day, tczccthcM more. I rant I hid tt Ust
dlctnrTd tb arcret thtt hid hem nislj wetM
fcr rein, and I coottnuM tb trntaeDt cutil I
hid k- nn thin 7M pounds ta weight. 1 b
cara BtroortT with fwry pound I lit. ind ieca
rrcilad ill mj oM-tlma Tfar ef bodr and mind.
It ma-ii me fl tweet jtira -uurei to ho rid cf
ill tre fat thit hid termed Inaldo ud ooUid. ,1
my bodr. After dlamutlnafcc tho tmtmeut led
ke-ricf a cirrfol ireord cf my weijat fc mart
than two taeaths, I ni dcHthtcd to And thit
reduction wi pennaeent. nor hu all my fat 1L0W3
th allihUH tendencr to retrra itoeo then.
Dr. Tomer then weet on to explain th tmuae-rt
cuvwerrd. and while any one nnut edrclt that
It t 1 htahly bdeil method and msdonMedTe
eSeetlre to wwtemd detrtr. yet It b tn ump'e
tilt rren chM can tmdmtand tt and ct.Uii
" aitfafietar retain. Sorely. In rlew cf an
these prorcn fiefs, nj atoat penoo need any
lo-iirr feel that ho er ihe matt remain fit now.
Lie of arico prrmita foil deeartntirn of th
i-ptir method here, Int Dr. Tamer hit deicrlhH
It In 1 handximb- bormd and extremely mtrrsrtht
H,',rJ"'t "tltlecU-JIow I Seduced My tfeut
no Vomit." and by tpecial amnx-raent with the
JTCtfT w ar able to asnoosei that thee. eaTtahle
cfeilete while they las!, ire ta h dirtrfDnted
ahenlntelT free to three of onr Teidere who ir
cffciently lnteretcd to aecd a &erct atarnn fcr
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FRENCH METHOD OF
DEVELOPING THE BUST
Mdme. DuBarrie Explains Free How
the Bast May Be Developed S
to 8 Inches in 30 Days.
"1 am explaining for the first time to
the ladles of America," says Madajie
DuBariie. "the French Method ot devel
oping the bust. It la much mora affect
ive, the results appear mucn more quick
ly, the breasts become more firm, plump
ana k mmetncai. tno method Is mora
tlmple. the effects more lasting, and al
together beyond comparison with the re
sults produced here.
."Bv this French Method, the breasts
may be developed from 2 to S Inches In
30 days. This applies to women ot al
most any age. from young girls to elder
ly matrons, whether the bust Is abso
lutely sot developed at all. or has grown
weaic aru naooy, ana cangs, no matter
from what cause."
Va suflreest to our ladv reader that
they write to Madame DuBarrle for par
ticulars ot this remarkable French
Method. Inclose 2 cents tn stamps for
ths Illustrated booklet and address It to
Mdme. ouriarrie. suit xaz Fontlao
Bldg.. Chicago, m.
University of Pensylvanla. Philadelphia.
most Xlcmae Infflans.