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ft. J. Kaufman, Inc.
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HEALTH TESTS !
Why do insurance companies
require a urine analysis before
granting a policy?
Because urine analysis detects
disorders, even in the most incipient
U is not necessary to wait until
yo<i are feeling bad to know thst
your system is out of order.
Tke National Laboratories
1313 H Street Northwest
* Backroe Beach
HOTELS and COTTAGES
Hem PalMc Steaam
Lc?v1aff Wuhlnrtai Dally, CiSI
p. Serratk Stwt Wharf 8. W.
City ticket office
731 15th St. N. W.
NORFOLK ft WASHINGTON
I STEAMBOAT CO. .
Are Eating Yeast
TH^T WILL HE GLAD TO DOW TWIT
.THEY CAJV GET TTBTT TABLETS
AT DRUG BTOEE.
IAS! TO TAKE?RESULTS
QjnCK?BETTKA FOE TOTT
wSmmy people are eating yeast, spina eh '
ate., and drinking quarts ft ??fc ,
ear* day la search of Vitanainea that the |
eheMUts have perfected a tlaj tablet eoataia^c
? proper doae of hoth water and fat
aclafcie Vitamlnea la highly concentrated
for^l The Ubleta are more economical, leaa
bodgr. easier to take and a free with the
TBe reaaon people waat Vitaminea la haeauai
Vitamlnea bring more strength. weight, 1
role* freedom from boils, car bone lea. pimP>e?
etc. Doetora say moat of na need mora
viimnea than we get in a -egular meal
sad4t la simply amazing what these PhoaPhoafVitamine
tablets will do for a person in
thtdS or fonr weeks' 'time. The tablets are
n>a*i la America's greateat laboratory Ton*
?f *?t are aaed. They get Vitaminea ilao
froa* hana of rlee, and mix the concentrated
elements together Into a proper doae?add
Giyaaro-pboaphatea, etc., and yoo get la a 1
tinx* tablet a acieatlllcally compounded tablet
that doea amazing and moat anuanal
f\ings for mea and women who are weak.
thftMP pale# undernourished
L^al drag gists recommend thia new powerful
way to take Vitaminea, and yoo caa
getl bottle of algty Proa Pbo Vttamlne tsblrte*at
the naareat people's Drag Store.
SeM $1. plan 4c war tax.)?Adr.
"1 DENTISTRY OF
* SUPERIOR QUALITY
We atr+re to
raider the beat
in^aace. aad '
wggs use the
a? take the
of?ime to achieve
tht heat reenlta.
yah will raeolTe ? - m
XtWvtan tr>- ?D,KTLAI'D.0
la. D.?t?i spMiuut
wtthottt padt wsnr r |EE
flXEB, TEETH AEE " 1 W
2 OBDEEES ??
IrKge Work en Teeth With~
Jr. $5.00 ap
r??. $1.00 np
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DR. SMmfDENTISTS, lac.
D*. WALDO. Ml.
?0?* M Twi Actual EhvUm.
W. Cm Ttk ud E 8ta. *.*.
- bbM ?M 7th at. *.W.
4" rr?m? urr. ow? imm.
^d E? a E*a*f?ti?a f?r It of
Mapar. Wwli * appaadlx aa ma with
jaaf ava ajraa. 0?r expert axparUaoad
*?aMtar la a phjtleiaa aad acrtaam. WU1
m aiaetly what ia wroo*. which
la lliuniT far lacoaaaful ayaratlaa ar
i. W 1 !(. n? Mala IMT. Br. 77X10 HTg
Herald Want Ads Bring Resufls*
PIMM4IM> ' JllT 18.
Met at 12 (Vlofk Hi a<JutM4
I 4tM ulll aona Ma,.
Paaaed Join c rtaalallra aa aak>
*H?la for all bills trtatlas or rtleadln*
lick I power mm* alien rar
InuMklM ( rlllra at Hawaii, acIW?
striae Irdaladn hod Ira of
Hawaii aatkertty la aecatlatc awk
!* ?'? kill far relief of acttlera
la irtaoea wko wero evicted from
Ikelr koaaea kr reaaoa of a eknasr
la tko local loa of lae aortk keundaiy
of Wklte Saiatala ar Saa
Carlaa Aopaeke Mlaa Reeervatleo.
Paaati kill aatkerlala* Secretary
at Treaaary to parekaae traef of
laad far woe aad oecopaary af tko
Teaaeak kaad of kaaeleaa Iadlaaa
at Rakr Valley, Htv.
Seoator Warm aa rkalrmaa of
A p propria ttoaa CaaaslltM care detailed
atateaaeat akoalai appro,
piiatlaaa aad aatkorlaatlaaa af (8.injM,ril
aa lonpiatara ezpeaaea
far Sees! year.
Seaater Barak aeared payaeal af
P3.OOa.aaa to Kaalaad In aettleaaeat
HOW OLD ARE YOU
BY YOUR HAIR?
You may b? thirty in years, but if
you are bald-headed, *ray, or your
hair is dry. brittle, scraggly and
u*ly looking, people will surely
take you to be many years older,
w , T0?w*nt a lot of good looking
healthy hair, the roots must be immediately
vitalised and kept properly
nourished. To do this quickly
safely and at little expense, get
p2p?.?dru**i8t * bottle of
.^K*'.,and u" a? directed.
...... e.\tte"!,'?n. now wl? insure
plenty of beautiful hair for years to
v S*K<\ * guaranteed to
,k??p dindr"?. stop scalp
itch and falling hair and stimulate
a new growth, or money refunded
IiwjS.B?ra'i.deiran<l by who
iirif. .I001^ the,r b,-,t" because it
makes the hair so soft, lustrous,
easy to arrange attractively and appear
much heavier than It reallv is
* a ase with rarisian Sage",, a
ES d2L'5*?r?a"y !? uw>> not
and daintily perfumed?an anti
:'cin " '"'d that does not
p2 i^"'i!!atllral ro,or of ,h* h*lr
u* stores will supply
If Jlf guarantee money refunded
Adr are n<>t enUre,y satisfied.?
If? Easy Now to Carl
Hair to Stay Curled
?T?|/?f' '*? h**r to stay curled oothtn?
mTJu ?? ^ ?P method. If a
little liquid illmrriD* b? applied with a
b^or* doia* OP the hair.
yjg?*'1. ***** imafinable will be
.J **? 1,1 hours, and this will last
hamufty r^*rdl~* ot temperature or I
** ? * sot to be com j
psred with cnrlln* bj meant of a hot iron '
^ Jesd of iajurtn* the hair. It ia |
i1?. '?_ A few of liqnid
w^merlBe. which may be procured at any
dm* a to re. will Uat for montha. The be-t
w**. to dlr1d* the hair iato atranda and
moisten each of them from root to tip. The
rurll^M wfll look perfectly '"natural,** and
i ** ^otfolly t lossy, yet
tUioct the least freatineas or stickiness.?
Bon-Opto for the Eyes
Physicians and eye specialists prescribe
Bon-Opto as a safe home
remedy m the treatment of eye
troubles and to strengthen eyesight.
Sold under money refund guarantee
by all druggists.?Adv.
Skin trouble needa immeattention.
jar of Resinol Ointment today
and use it regularly.
A raw days of such persistent
F topa the itching. Clears
away the inflammation and
soreness, aad helps the skin I
resume its natural healthy
condition, at aa droawa.
y!*'"* MfAiN KXiiHJDllfVRANCZ
ITIUJf ?gTFr Miami
? ass? ?
JK& COOK &> SON
. 7 New Terfc
~ VAcat|?n TRIPS
Oraat Lakaa Oralaa (I darn ?
*>kaa*l? daji) IS'S
Bermada ( day,) ^ g
St. Lawrence (10 days).. .. laf iU
Hallfaz-ttaakae (1J day.)...."""" ??!!
DELTA T0TTR8 "
rum. Mais 14T1. *? Band bm,.
1 Sonth End ot Highway Rr^
, Summer Rates?Stag Hotel~~
W: (14 mow/"Tm> tLiZeAI,; *10 roomBw.
CLAFUN OPTICAL CO.
r Itcsal M. w.
Did Yesterday. _
f rlalHt agala.t War D*?artaMat
ty traaapartattea at Ithm while
' r"B,r7 awea kllll.a. ta thla
e?M?Ty. leaatar lamt Me?4?4
n>aa< that Ilallar
asalaai Kaslaad have baea
by tkat eaaatry.
Matiaa t. take a, Dial Mil n.
??IHa? Federal Jadsra ta ?arata
eatlre time ta ttelr datlaa. which
*" M?a! Jade.
?.f. ' ? *"-*?" * WO.?#d-a-rear
PMltloa wltk kaaekall latrrrata, 4r' 'rt
hy rata a< at-as.
Knna kll, ta hmaaa a.dau
' laaaa kT Federal Fan. I^?.
***** **? ?10*0* ?a BS.OOO.
g??. " t*,M"'?t kafar. Seaate
ma* c""*??y Caaualtta*
by Ckarlea C. Hokdell. Federal Kara
Seeretary MeUaa. af tke Treaaary
eqWMd tanker de.
talla af ylaa far refaadlaa farelaa
?* fa tklrd ITfi"
?'M,? Flaaaee ( liter.
'rtklk,l,*? kill. ( be prlatei
r",?: sr - ???
* ?? Dakata?Bill ta .
"rlTlTl."7" ." ""
Nfarppard, Texa.?BUI far tka
ZZTllr Var Or
.tady af tke ?aeatlaa af laad aet.
> ' ka-e ownerhlp.
MeMary, Ore?aa?Bill ta add eer.
Hraadeaee, Caaaeetleat?BUI ?.
Laid Before Senate.
****** mt (ooinerce ?
(-oaiaaalratlon fro? ,k, 7."
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To*k " ?* ealtaa aekedale.
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2SZ -V ---?ld
wa, -tiara af
Swtag, Callfarala?Far tke relief
. P*"'r' nitaala?Graatlaa M.
*tv? war aad eertala wldaw 2.1
srj su-rs: --Caauuttee
? faaaltl^ ta
aet relattv* ? *TmI ' Prtaftaa
a^a '* k??le.kl?^ l*o?.
lateratate CaaMeree. lafaary
CeM ' rf>rr<ra>unt. 10 n
eeatlTe. ?eat, IO, erA?*i*all*re
exeeatl**. " tOuV>.
SfDItary A IT. Ira, mrnil
MlM. exeeatlre. *
^ A*rlealtare, ailed aUlk km. It,
af eaeape af Ber??!L.
' <Ca?lttee .a
! hipping Beard, Trrraee)
Indian Affair*. 10, open.
TOWN OF HAMILTON
MENACED BY FIRE
I.K15SBT*RO. Va? July Ig.?wr,
threatened the town of Hamilton.
Loudoun County, near here today
[ when the Hamilton Garage, an ad|
Joining building and a barn burned
I to the ground before the fire was
extinguished by a backet brigade.
The loss Is estimated at J7.000
*nd IS nearly covered by insurance,
v ,,,,8rarape company owns th?
buildings. six automobiles in the
garag? were destroyed. Cause of
the fire Is unknown.
Joint Excursion Tomorrow.
Members of the University 'of
Wisconsin Alumni Association will
hold a moonlight excursion to Indian
Head, jointly with the Brookland
Chapter, Order of the Eastern
Star, tomorrow evening, leaving the
Seventh street wharves on the
steamer St. Johns at 7:15 o'clock
A program of dancing and games
has been arranged.
Bandits Rob Messenger.
MEMPHIS, Tenn.. July IS.?Shortly
before noon today two masked
bandits held up Gene Martin, negro
messenger of the Chlseo Hotel, and
escaped with more than $5,000. Martin
was probably fatally wounded
when, he resisted the bandits.
SPAMOW?Ob Bnndty. July 17, i?21. at
10:50 p. m.. WALTER G.. beloved husband
of Emma K. Sparrow (nee Fell:nfer),
aged 62 years.
Funeral from his late residence, 1^09 Bye
street northeast, Wednesday. Joly 20 at
2 p. m Relatives and friends invited to
attend. (Frederick. Md.. and Ha fer*town.
Md., papers please copy.) ?81
ETIOI-iOnSotday. July 17. 1921. auMeailyi
In the 68th year of bis ate. EDWARD
B.. beloved husband of Mary Frances
<nfe Dennis ton), and father of William
John. Edward B., Jr.. and Warren ?t.
Ejnon. of Washinfton, and Mrs. KlUabeth
D. Iferrrill, of Detroit.'Ifieb.
Funeral Tuesday. Jnly 1?, at 2 o'clock
from the residence of his son, 1482 Fairwont
street. Interment Tamaqua Pa
Please omit flowers. <134
GEO. C. SHAFFER
rLOa*r- *IW M
? ' MODERATE PRICES. itiTn.tl;
Gude Bros. Co. 1214 *F Sl
?u 4.11 v.ry nrriM.
% akU-tt J
Just like a misty-bright rainbow
la a foggy sky, or the crisp frosty _
cream of an excellent meringue glace *
after a soggy table d'hote?'But b
why go on? All of that, and mot*, o)
are Jos Howard and Bthelyn Clark B
to the current Keith bill. The verities
cannot be gainsaid and it must
be admitted that some of the brll- ot
liance of the Howard-Cla>fc com- b
blnation is attributable to the con* a
trastlng sordidness of other part* 4i
of the program. The headllnsrs c
stand out as Marilynn Miller'would p
in a burleaque chorus. g
It sounds press-agenty. but Eth- o
elyn Clark is our idea of what a d
petite grande dame of musical com- li
edjr should be. She sings charm- a
ingly and intelligently, dances with
birdlike grace and can wear gor- 0
geoup clothes without being dom- M
inatsd by them or appearing like ?
a mannequin or chorua queen. Also. 4
we feel absolutely sure that any- e
one so wall poised never commit- ^
ted a faux in her life. Howard
introduced Wis new song. "Baby ^
Pace." Judging by the way the .
audience whistled it yesterday aftenoon.
it is slated for success. .
It Is sad that Eva Shirleys really h
good voice should be the one good *
point in an act characterized chiefly
by the triple lacks of orlginal-ty.
sincerity and ability. Miss Shirley s J!
partner Is A1 Roth. Jazz dancer, who j
should be enjoyed by all who ap- d
predate ungraceful acrobatics. A n
yowling jazz orchestra adds another t
factor of dissatisfaction. Perhaps
the most aggravating part of the 1
act is when the simple sensuous 8
melody of "Under Hawaiian Skly" t
is denatured In order that Miss Shir- (
ley may show off her voice range. *
Try to locate your favorite boot- s
legger before you see Ned Norworth.
Otherwise you will hardly be able *
to see his humor. Handers and Mil- ii
I lis belong to the "nut" comedian 1
class, but redeem themselves by a n
few subtly insane touches. Sieg^l a
and Irving close the bill with s
strength feats. Frank Van Hoven 1
Is billed as the dippy mad magician c
and exhibits true magic by indue- j,
ing a considerable portion of the au- t
dience to laugh at him. The Four f
Casting Campbells open the program
with rather special stunta
Gold and Edwards are given to Gallic
dancing. W. HGREAT
FALLS PARK. ?
A day's outing In the shady r
groves within sight and hearing of a
the Falls of the Potomac, at beau- c
tiful Oreat Falls Park, finds in- p
creasing favor with thousands who r
Aek rest and recreation. i n
Dancing in the large pavilion j
1 overlooking^ the falls; concerts. v
outdoor sports, gsmes for children. ( 0
boating and Ashing add to the at* ^
tractions. The ride to and from
the falls afTords an excellent view f
of the nearby Virginia countryside. f
THE WEATHER }
r.min Iw Tod.j ?*l Tmttww/ J
For the DUtfict
of Columbia. Vlr- 0
glnla and Mary- 1
land?Fair today: (1 ?
than dershowera US J 1g
tonight or to narrow;
chang in temper- I
ature: moderate a *
southerly winds. _J e
Leni Temperatures. c
Midnight ... 71 12 noon 8i <1
2 a. m 69 ! p. m 84
4 a. m 67 4 p. m84 t
6 a. m..... 67 6 p. m..... 83 d
8 a. m 72 8 p. m 80 ,
j# a. m 78 1# a. m ? (
Highest, 87.4; lowest. 65.1. t
Relative humidity?8 a. m.. Si; 2 ^
p. m., 44; S p. m.. 64. j
Rainfall (8 p. m. to $ p. m.), 0.
Hours of sunshine, 14.6.
Per cent of possible sunshine, 100.
Departures frws Hemal
Accumulated excess of tempera- i
ture sines January 1. 1821. '77. (
Excess of temperature since July ?
I. Hil. 47.
Accumulated deficiency of precipl- ?
tation since January 1. 1921, 1.08. i
Excess of precipitation since July c
l, mi. in. - i
* Tide Csadltlraa.
(This data is burnished by the U. t
S. Coast and Geodetic Survey.) 1
High water at 7:35 a. m., 3 ft. 3 I
in.; 8:03 p. m., 3 ft. J
Lo? water at 1:41 a. m.. 3 In., at
2:15 p. m? i In. <
Sun rises at 4:87 a. m. and sots ^
^7:31 P. m. .
ikon rises at 7:03 p. m and sets
at 4:45 a. m.
Potomac and Shenandoah rivers |
both very muddy yesterday afternoon.
Tevperatares la Other Cttiea.
Hi?he?t * ' BsiaTMter4*f.
N. C 82 76 ....
Atlanta. Ga. 86 80 ....
Atlantic City, N. J. '8 74 ....
Baltimore. Md. .... 86 78 .....
Bismarck, N. Dak. 82 80 ,....
Boston. Mass 88 76 .... j
Buffalo. N. T 86 J- ....
Chicago, 111 ? 0 #?
Cincinnati, Ohio ?? 88 .....
Cheyenne. Wyo. ... 74 68 # 01
Cleveland. Ohio 94 86 ....
Davenport. Iowa...* ?2 76 0.78
Denver. Colo 72 70 0^6
Des Moines, Iowa.. ?0 88 ?-10
Detroit. Mich 94 88
Duluth. Minn 82 74
El Paso. Tex 96 94
Galveston. Tex 88 84 ....
Helena, Mont. 88 86 ....
Indianapolis, Ind... *6 90
Jacksonville. Ela... 88 S- .... |
Kansas City, Mo... 86 86 0.42
kittle Rock, Ark.. ?4 ??
hoe Angeles, Cal... 82 80
Uoolsville. Ky 96 90 ....
Marquette. Mich.... 88 80 0.
Memphis. Tenn. ... 94 80 0 .72
Miami. Fla *6 83 ....
Mobile. Ala 90 80 0.0.
New Orleans, I*... 84 74 2.01
New Tork. N. T 82 7i 1
North Platte, Nebr. 90 88 ....
Omaha. >Nebr .88 86 1.46 j
Philadelphia. Pa... 86 .? . ,
Phoenix. Arts 10* J08 .
Pittsburgh. Pa *0 86 .... (
Portland, Me. '8 74 .... .
Portland. Oreg. ... 74 74
S. Lake City. Utah. 90 90 .... I
St. I^ouls, Mo 90 86 0.4S
St. Paul. Mint* 88 84 0.04
Ban Antonio. Tex.. 94 .... I
San Diego. Cal. .. 76 72 .... |
San Francisco. Cal. 58 - 56 ..... |
Seattle. Wash 71 68 .... ,
Springfield, 111. .... 94 72 0.94 .
Tampa, Fla. SS II
There Is noting of unusua.
rutncu in tl?? ColMC. T?aa|*r
111 this week, hot there Is much
f tenulne and enjoyable entertainlent.
The Musical Martini#, the quintet
r pretty rlrl artists who h?d the
111, are accomplished musicians,
nd display their Ulent l?
nets and ensemble numbers on tns
ornet, the dulcimer, the sa*ahone?from
the baby else to the
rown-up?the violin. and the flax** ,
let. Their program Is neltner
eeply classic nor painfully popu- (
ir. but Is appreciated by the larva |
udlences and wins their applause*
Chester Johnson and company .
ffer a norel cycling feature. In
rhlch the cycle-Is made tr do some
isrvelous Jumpins. to ro up and
own stairs and to oo almost
verything but run in the ordinary '
James. Kyle and JleCurdy have a
turhable playlet. "Stlngry." which
1 spots is very rood, and would be
mproved with pruning. wh?e Gene
letcalf. a novel and effective singer,
tavea his or her audience guessing
t the close, but enthusiastic.
The Illness of Dolly Dumplln
nade It necessary to substitute
[old and Edwards, a team of clover
lancers, from the Keith bill, at the
natinee yestarday, their place being
aken by the Four McQuays.-in aongs
Lnd saucy sentiment, in the evenng.
McAvoy, of the tesm of Wilson
ind McAvoy. makes a strong appeal
o give Ireland to the Irlah because
lod made It for them, and Wilson
irins his applause with a comical
onf that carries well.
Ethel Clayton's picture. "Sham."
rhlch is the added matinee feature,
s a delightful little romance
roven around a girl who wm alrays
at her wits" end to keep up
.ppearances. but met the right
weetheart and rose true to formt
Is clean, interesting and pretty
omedy. Clyde Cook's "The Jockey"
* a laughmaker In every detail, and
he International News and other
lms complete a pleasing bill.
GLEN ECHO PARK.
Dancers who patronise the great
>pen-alr ballroom at Glen Echo
'ark have found that there Is no
eason for foregoing their favorite
mnsement during the summer, so
ool and delightful Is It at this
popular resort. Music of Just the
ight tempo Is provided by Oennan's
orchestra of "nine Joyous
aszcrs."* So careful Is the superislon
of the msnagement that no
bjectlonable feature Is permitted
Children snd grown-ups alike
Ind new delight In the al* big.
ascinatlng rides at Glen Echo.
rMle the Joys of'the giant Midway
aake It a laughter palace sapreme.
>lcnlckers are always welcome to
irlng their baskets to the picnic
rove, where comfortable tables
,nd benches await them, with coot,
parkling water near at hand.
Glen Echo Is easily accessible
iver the lines of the Washington
lailway and Electric Company, oprating
on fast and frequent sched- I
STEAMER ST. JOHNS.
At 7:1& o'clock last evening, when
he steamer St. Johns left her wharf
or the regular 40-mile moonlight
rip. a happy crowd of merrymakers
crowded the decks. One
if the special features of the exursion
was the especially arranged
These moonlight trips will be
riven Monday, Wednesday snd frt*
lay evenings for the remainder or
he sammer, the St. Johns making
ler regular summer trips to Coloital
Beach every Toesday. Thursl?y
and Sunday at 9 a m. anl on
Saturdays at 2:30 p. m.
GLEN ECHO PARK.
Olen Echo Park seems to have'
teen the . almost unanimous choice
>f the various Sunday schools trd
hurch organisations of Washington
ind the immediate surrounding ter ItpiT
as the place for the annual
lutings of these bodies, such events
>eing of almost daily occurrence
Among the outings scheduled for
he current week are the following:
Today, St. Matthew's Sunday School:
omorrow. Sunday School class of
iruen Methodist Episcopal Home;
Thursday, combined Sunday schools
>f nearby Virginia churches.
Followed Advice of Her
Druggist's Wife end Took
Lydia E. Pinkhem's
Chicago, 111. ?4'I wm in bed with m
femaletxouble and inflammation and
had four doctors
|but none of them
PEijSegflBK*did me any f?ood.
lirii BThey all said I
6? have to
have an operation.
BP ^HA druggist s wife
m me to take
Wmg* -^3 Lydia E. Pink" ham's
IHt SB Compound and I
^Itook 22 bottlea,
3never missing a
and at the end
jf that tine I was perfectly well. I
lave a si* room flat and do all my work.
My two asters are taking the Compound
upon my >eeommendation and
fou may publish my letter. It is the
joepei truth and I will write to anyone
who wants a personal letter. ?
Mrs. E. H. Haydock, 6824 St. Lawrence
Avenue, Chicago. 111.
Because Lydia & rakham a Vegetable
Compound saved Mrs. Haydock
from an operation we cannot claim
that all operations may be avoided by
it,?but many women have escaped
3 Derations by the timely nae of this
Jd fashioned root and l^rb median*.
JURY WMCTS FIVE 1
FOR CONSPIRACY IN
INCOME TAX CASES'":
Four Former Employes
Of Treasury to Face ?
District Court lh;
"Mntlr connect.d *1'
with the Income tax bureau of the JT*
~riti^!!f'L?ep,irt,neot- wl11 be Pv
the District Supreme
Friday to answer Indictments wt
returned yesterday by the Federal of
trod Jury, charginx conspiracy to
lefraud the government.
B Sorrells, section unit
suditor of the trading section of the 1
income tax bureau: George w. 8ut- rh
ton, Washington lawyer and expert
an tax matters; Harry C. Weston pl'
rormer chief of the personnel serv- t<
Ice of the bureau, and George E.
Dombhart and Charles Kondrson *u<
'or " employes, arp the men of
against whom the indictments were th
returned. Dombhart and Bondeson pe
were separately indicted for the si- Jo
leged briber}- of a government of- oc
?cUL ? ?h
c??t Agalaat Sorvella. Pr
The Indictment against Sorrells
alleges that he conspired with Sut- 2!
ton. the lawyer, to furnish him with j
the names of Arms who had paid
excess taxes, so that Sutton could ~
solicit their business and get a
commission for securing rebates '
from the government. In this connection
the lawyer Is alleged to have
visited Wagner Brothers, canners.
of Baltimore. Md.. after. It Is alleged,
he had received Information !
from 8orrella, and secured the can- !
ning concern as a client. It is alleged
he got a rebate from the gov- I
ernment for them.
Dombhart and Bondeson, who
quit the government service In the
fall of 1J1?, are afterwards alleged
to have bribed Weston with $700 to
decide a tax caae. In this connection.
Weston Is charged with receiving
the bribe. This Indictment
alleges that Dombhart and Bondeson
went to Chicago. III., and act
up an office and held themselves out
to be experts on tax matters. Then.
he indictment alleges, they got In
touch with Weston and paid him the
1700 for his approval of a claim
filed by the l.loyd Thomas Company.
engineers and appraisers, in
a space of seven daya?the claim
having been on file for |wo years.
W ealthy uBurglar Maidn
Mysteriously D imp pears
CHICAGO. July IS.?Although reported
at the point of death from *
the effects of poison she swallowed ^
laat Thursday night. Mrs. Ktta 4
Perry Hell, wife of a wealthy broker '
and recently In 'much trouble over <
her escapades as a "burglar maid."
has mysteriously disappeared from <
the county hospital and is supposed a
to be quartered secretly in some
Loop hotel. The poison she took \
ads slowly, giving its victims no
distress for several days, then i
causing sudden and extremely pain- a
ful death. ^
Hospital attendants can give no i
explanation of her disappearance.
All they profess to know is thgt i
she is gone, but how and why are 4
questions they do not answer.
A UTTLEVOYAGE <
TO BALTIMORE ,
I^avss Wsaklagtea. ItmU St.
?ha?J. Ksa4ays. W*4o*a4ay< i
sa4 Sitardin . ? _
adalu. ?*cb way $4 61
Mat ...sis. t tortka. 1 $1 u ' 4
fa's'lll *" Inner .71
Mais 740 ftr ruvntitsi 'sad
*k*Mv?r po.ukl. ekM> M.uU; (
DEPT.. M.. D. k T. IWT. CO., i
How I Wo
I I Lost?"
Dempsey lays, Nuxated Iron
training wu in his opinion
phenomenal victory over Carp
iUy helped to give him that
Carpentier'i hardest hits anc
added punch behind his own
In the great fight Carpentirr hit Dempary be
with swift powerful blows that had the meed Do
pf ra fire. The yelling mob saw him land inj
hla ftfws right on Dcbjwf'i jiv, yet mj
Dt?paey never flinched bat relentlessly he vc
torn after the Frenchman with his old rip- wl
ping tearing, mem Iras power, landing ter- CO
nSc punches on bead, body and j*w until w?
Carpentier quickly weakened and then an
mother powerful punch snd again Dempsey i
showed himself to be the superman at the t?T
Me?the greatest Champion the world has fl?
e??r known. j?
The London Daily Mail, qf July 4th. quotes mi
Carpentier as saying "Dempsey is the most is
powerful man 1 have e-rrr met in the ring. He an
is IprisallMy strong. To bit him is like hitting wl
nmonntnin. Totakehispunches nlike feeling oh
the wallop of an avalanche. If I were asked no?het
lead to my detest I would say the <h<
two tremendous blows Dempsey landed en set
the aape of my Deck. I was not the ??,
I feel I siki through greater on
>ower. enduranre. fighting skill and strategy pu
took Carpen tier's hardest Hows en my du'n Uh
rnd while they knocked me back they did cm
ot dare me in the least. I am sure Carpeubcr ch<
at not the endamnce to stand the hard of
'" s that I can stand, neither has be the for
rength to deliver, them. I understand his ok
icthods of training are entirely difcrent thi
mn mine. While I believe in sctentifiTbo. Z,
pt still I never leee sight of the Important thi
Jet that other things being equal it is the be
^ greatest strsngth. power bU
?r my great fight with WHlart 1^25 I!
ated Iron as part of my SSnU "
rlt that It was snch benefit to me that Uter Tt
"JS?* 1 "* whenever I felt I w??It !
??i vi#or; tad when I *#
<_^jp_Jook_N.nted ^ ^
CONVENE JULY 21
NORFOLK, July 1*.?Editors and
bllabera of national renown will
vc a part In tha program of the
Irty-third annual convention of
b Virginia Praaa Aaaoclatlon to ba
Id In the Ocean View Hotel bare
ly 21 and 22. when newapapar men
>m all parts of the State will
ttaar to dlacuaa problema of tba
Jantes Wright Brown, editor of
t Editor and Pu'bllaher. New
irk, will be one of tha apaakara;
o W. C. Johnson. secretary and
saaurer of the Southern Newspaper
ibllshera' Aaaoclatlon. CHattanooga.
K banquet will ba held June 21.
ten the vlaitora will be the gueata
the city of Norfolk.
Starts War on Dead Cats.
HYATT8V1LL.E. Md. July 1?.?
irowing of dead cats under pe??*s
houses in Hyattaville mutt
>p at once. Dr. Robert B. John>ne,
town healvh officer, has lied
a bulletin offering * reward
$2$ for information leading: to
e apprehension of the person or
rsona who. according to Dr.
hnstone, have upon three or four
casfons thrown dead cats under
e porch of the residence of C.
rest Dickey, local coal dealer.
11 *? !. WEEK?11 p.as.
One Continuous Laugh
/ Her Ctrttrut C??4
11 a.??T day. Wed.?11 p.m.
L 'mmtrmt Prnen'i
/ Mih-m-Mmait Drmmm
mm cmbdall's f it htk
l*taa A. M. la II P. I.
.i In a Peppy Kiml >ati*aal
r r AtlrMtftM
i; 'wedding bells'
< SpeHal Attranloi
**?ur Karf In Anton**
! |f CUIDKL'S 1Stk ndCil. M.
^ ' Bcfrlantag at ItM P. V.
< > STAR CAST
^ In a Jfafeworthy Drama
THE OTHER WOMAR
y t COMEDY
"NINETY DAYS OF LIFE"
J . PRISMA
^ [ "POOR BUTTC^IFLY,,
n And H
rold By E
used by him as part of
an important factor of
entier as he believes it mat
mighty power to withsti
I that it also helped to
lieve it waa an imrtsntfactor
in help- laMMH
rs?e to win aoeasily
' great victory and I
advise propk; iBBi
>o are in a weakened *
Ddition to try this JT^^m
d blood bulkier."
ffhea man sa By
ong and physically
as Dempaey uses
ixsted iron, bow
teh more important
it that thousands
d thousands of others
*> so greatly lack *
rer and endurance, ABHBHj
>uld a rail themves
of its benefits. lOj^H
xated Iron not oaly /
*n?c iron for tha V JHBj' ]
rpose of enrich iag *
i blood bat it also
a tains the principal HVMmJ
active living nerve \^kJm^Lj^^m
ce in a form which
t nearly resembles
it in the brain and
r?e cells of man as
tt Nnxated Iron may V
aaid to be both a "
>odanda ncrre food. . _kfthfruuti
.I, - .-I? JACK KCARNS
tnroogh worry, oner- ^
wt, constant nerus
strain, grief or too moch exritement
or blood has hncosaa impoverished and your
rve force exhansted. yon will find that a
ort cow* of Nazated Iron will often proice
most surprising results. It has been ssed
id highly endorsed by former L'nited Slates
natm. Members of Congress. Judges of
United States fsarts and many prominent
ople: even Rosas having highly endorsed
i nse. It is now being used by over 4.0M.M
wple annually. #
1 = LOEWS mm I
CMttkMW 1MI | H --11 P.lL
TODAY AW* ALI. WEEK
MILT 01 SILLS
la Daatel C. lAkltcwaafc'a
Great Dram* of M*ihrr-L*n
Cm LOEWS a '
! ?? A.IU.I1 PJ|
<?f?rirr Mrlftrl'k AMM>4lag
Hrrrri Uraas, B??H ma tkr
"Tkr ll?ae> Nulrr"!^
i SIR GILBERT PARKER ,
J 32-MILE MOORLIfiNT SAIL }
/ ON HURRICANE DECK TO <
1 MARSHALL HALL |
f 8 "On The Historic /" torn or" fit
$ DANCING EVENING J
? Eicfllrnt Dimnc Room Serr?<* aa SI
5 Stealer and at Marshall Ball. '
/ ITIAMCR '
< CHAS. MACALESTER >
> Lm?m 7th St Wharf It a. ai. t M W,
> and l it p tn. Round Tnp Mc. ill
^ Including War Taa. ft'
J MOUNT VERNON J
/ Stealer Charles M set tester ?
|n 7th St. Wharf S
Leare* Daily. Eacept Sunday, It &'
S a. at. and t M p. . /
B. F. KEITH'S ,,3"r
DAILY ill SUI.J." H0L'YS',"7U.
JOSEPH C. HOWARD AND
la *A Hadfe-Podfe from Musical Capedy.
with Jack Kin*.
FRANK VAN HOVTV
"TLc Dippy Mad Ma?ic?aa."
With Fid Gordon a Hoaical Boyi and AS
Both Jaza Dancer
Handera * Millu Gold * Edward. Far
Casting Campbells feaffvl A IrrUti
Aaaop a Fable* eU
STF.AMF.R *T. JOHN" I-OR
Tuaaday. Tfcuraday Sunday t A. M
Saturday, tX P.
From 7th St Wharf
Free Daaeias. All \aaaeaieata
*eaM?a R?a?4 Trip. t^ ao.
LM AMUACJiCMT PAR* ^ ^
M Fu Knlim. SI* nl* IK"
I m.KCTRirjW.I.V OOOLKD
tall Rmii 4M> ?a Pka??r? af
1 TO OBWII**VT GRKAT *1 SIC
bV f?rt aay?: "Knowing what NcxW
ated Iron had don? for DampNay
M in the Willard 6(fht 1
I listed that ha dm thta wonderful
! atrenplh blood builder aa
^ part cf his training for the figbt
\ with Carpentief, and 1 belief* tt
was an important (actor in build/
ing op Dempa?y*? aoperhoman.
strength, power and endurmnca
which were such important tacton
in winning his easy victory.
Muiwcmmr K"T* Pm ?? **!
th* ri.iWr not KM W* tfcet Nlrt'f 1^? ?
ink* 0am? ta in talk or wtTi
tb, nim omfaot N??! Iw 59*
li i hi Tti ml IMmaarM Mxlter ? ' ?V.1
ii *aw all IN. aawar and rederwv. iN<
panaia that If ft 4a* art lam?' r?'
liaaa and aaStaaaO to two weak ? tan* aayb
1 ?jaffa?tka kM<*aT^p!*?' ? W?i