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TIIE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1912.
BAPTIST CHURCH TO
DURING FIVE DAYS
Temple Baptist Congregation
Will Observe Its Seven
WINS FORMER WIFE
Freed From Second Hus
band, Takes Back First
In moit of tho churches tomorrow
special services -will bo held at both tha
mornlntr and evening meetings.
Temple Baptist Church, Dr. J. J. Mulr,
pastor, will begin a five-day celebration
In honor of the seventieth' anniversary
of the Institution. There wtJI be. a rally
of the Olbte school at f.V) In
tho morning, followed at ' 11 o'clock
by tha anniversary sermon by the pas
tor, and tho observance of the Lord's
Supper at 12:15. In the evening the Itov.
A. D. Withers, of West Virginia, will
preach. The visiting pastor Is here to
take part In the Baptist Training School
for Sunday school workers, which con
venes at Fifth Baptist Church Monday
morning. There will bo no services at
Temple Church on Monday, but the cele
bration will be resumed Tuesday even
ing, when a number of Baptist preachers
will extent greetings to the church.
Wednesday evening the young people of
the church will be addressed by tho Rev.
Samuel Q. Nell. Thursday evening a
prayer and song service will be held,
and a social hour Friday evening.
At the Mt. Pleasant Congregational
Church tomorrow morning tho Men's
Bible Study Class will be addressed
by the He v. Edwin M. Ullis on tho
"Literature of the Jewish Monarchy."
A revival service will begin at tho
Calvary Methodist Episcopal Church,
and continue throughout the week.
The pastor, the Rev. J. L. Klbler,
will be assisted by the Revs. W. P.
Johnson. P. W. Jeffries, R. U Fults,
B. L. Woolf, and the Rev. Dr. E V.
A. two weeks' mission will bctcln at
10 o'clock at St Vincent de Paul's
Church, South Capitol and M streets.
Tue nrst week will be for all slngla
People and the second week for all
The Christian Endeavor Society of
the Church of the Reformation will
hold a consecration service at 1:30
o'clock. P. H. Watson, secretary of
the District of Columbia Christian En
deavor Union, will Bpoak. B. H. Dow
ney will preside. The meeting will
mark the first of a series of services
to be held during the month of October,
at which men prominent In Christian
Endeavor work will speak.
At the morning service, at tho second
Baptist Church, Hhe Rev. A. B. Withers,
of West Virginian, will preacbt Gradua
tion of the Bible classes also will take
place at 9:30 o'clock. Dunlls belnir pro
moted to higher Bible studies. During
stor, the Rev. Hinsor
preach a special ser
Clubs All Over Country In
stitute Biggest Celebra
tion of Year.
the evening the pastor, the Rev. Hlnson
mon on "Not ll Clean." Tho choir
V. Howlett. will
of the ohurch has been increased In
So successful has tne two weeks' re
vival at West Washington Baptist
Church been that It has been decided to
continue .It until next Thursday night.
Tho Rev. D. H. W. Wharton, of Balti
more, will speak tomorrow' night
Feast of St. Francis Is
Observed at Franciscan
Monastery in Brookland
With Monstgnor Giovanni Bonxano,
archbishop of Mltylene and apostolic
delegate to the United States, and other
church dignitaries present, the feast of
St. Francis was observed with special
religious services at the Franciscan
monastery In Brookland, D. C, yester
day. The order of Franciscan monks
who conduct the monastery was found
ed by the saint to whose memory tribute
was paid during the entire day. Many
Catholics from all sections of the city
visited the monastery and attended the
Solemn high mass was celebrated In
tho monastery church at 9 o'clock In
the morning by tno Dominican fathers,
the celebrant being the Rev. Father
Thomaa K. Rellly. assisted by the Rev.
Father Daniel Dempsoy, deacon: the
Rev. Father P. 8. Sullivan, subdeacon,
and scholastics of the Dominican school
na nrrtivtm. The sermon was preached
by the Very Rev. Walter Elliott, superior
or tn Aposiouc mibsiou nuuBWi
In the afternoon at 3:30 were held the
compline and benediction, which was
TOiloweu Dy a pruweaiou iu tue v..ya
of St Francis.
Among the prominent clergymen as
sisting In the celebration. In addition to
Mgr. Bonxano, wero Max. Cerrettl, sec
retary of the papal legation; Mgr. Don
Ion, rector of the Georgetown Univer
sity: the Very Rev. Dougherty. D. D..
rector of the Catholic University:
Father Currier, of the Indian Mission
School, and Mgr. Mackln, rector of St
Rally Week Tomorrow
With Vesper Service
With tho first vesper service of the
season at 4:30 o'olock tomorrow, the
the Young Women's Christian Associa
tion will open a rally week. Miss Alice
M. Holmes, director of religious work,
will speak on "A Forward Look," and
following a brief musical program an
hour will be devoted to social Inter
course The Blhlo study deportment will hold
a roccptlon and rally Wodnesday even
ing at 7:30 o'clock. Miss Holmes will
give a talk on "Some Cathedrals I Have
Visited, ana registration ror me vari
ous Bible classes will be held. A teacher
training class, a class In "the funda
mental truths of the Christian re
ligion," and an afternoon parlor class
will be features of tho work this sea
son. An educational rally will be held
Friday evening, and a plnv will be
presented by the Round Table Club.
The classes In gymnastics, millinery,
and languages will open October It
Three Children Hurt
While Roller Skating
Three children were Injured while
roller skating yesterday.
Elizabeth Connor, ten years old, of
1008 South Carolina avenue southeast,
was knocked down bv an automobile at
Ninth and D streets southeast, and
bruised about the arm. Sho was taken
to her home.
Harmon Warner, aged ten, of 1310
Kenyon street northwest, was knocked
down by an automobile In front of his
homo and his right leg bruised by tho
wheel of the machine. He was not serl.
ously hurt, and was assisted to his
Harrv Fltton, sixteen years old. st t3s
H street southwest, fell and broko his
left arm while skating In the Capitol
grounds. He was taken to the Emerg
CLEVELAND, Oct B.-Mra. May Har
rington Hanna Stallo, vSn divorced
Dan R. Hanna In 1897, and carried Ed
round K. Stallo six years later, divorced
her second husband yesterday. The tes
timony In the case waa whlsptred to
Judge VIckcry, and was not made pub
lic, but It waa announced that the de
cree was. granted on grounds of ex
treme cruelty and neglect.
Mrs. Stallo, her sister, Mrs. Snyder,
and another woman testified, and their
wo'rds wero not audlbls three feet from
the judge's bench. When the decree
wag given the plaintiff's former name,
Mrs. May Harrington Hanna, was re
stored to her.
Mrs. Stallo, who was dressed very
plainly In black, said later that Stallo
had squandered $80,000 .of her money.
"He never supported me," she said.
"Alexander McDonald, father of his
first wife, paid our bills Id New York
untlUhe died. After that I paid them."
Mrs. Snyder and the other woman,
who lived In the Stallo home as a com
panion, corroborated Mrs. Stallo. De
positions from drressmakers In New
York stated that Mr. Stallo had refused
to pay his wife's bills.
Stallo, by his first marriage to Laura
McDonald, daughter of Alexander Mc
Donald, of the Standard Oil Company,
had two daughters. When McDonald
died he left his fortune, variously estl-
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the two girls. Their father waa their
guardian and trustee, but last year
asked to be relieved of the responsibil
ity. Tha court ordered him to make an
accounting of the estate and then dls
rmrmmA him aa aruarrflan. The account
ing showed the estate to be about V
Miss Helena Stallo, the elder sister,
was engaged to Nils Florman last year,
but broke the engagement.
Poli Players Guests at
Congress Hall Banquet
A fitting recognition to the popularity
of the Poll Players was the banquet
tendered the members of Mr. Poll's
Company, and the Washington dramatic
critics last evening In Congress Hall
Hotel, by Manager Poll, the host of the
occasion being Mr. Poll's general man
ager, Edward Renton, of New York.
Thoce who attended the banquet were
Miss Isetta Jewel, Mr. and Mrs. A. II.
Van Huron. Manager James Thatcher,
Miss Haxel May, Miss Gertrude Bond
hill, Miss Margaret Lee, Mrs. Jewel
Kenny, Mrs. A. B. Sparry, Harry An
drews, Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Manx, Mark
Kent, Graham Velsey, Hurdle Mcadkln,
Hobart Brooks, Stephen Ooldlng, Rob
ert Dromon; Mr. Landvolgt, and
Tonight marks the, farewell of the
Toll Players, and on next Monday even
ing will be Inaugurated the Poll kind
of vaudeville at the Avenue playhouse,
which has been the home of the Poll
Players slnco last April.
Mora than half a hundrod alumni of
Dartmouth College attended a meeting
at the University Club last night, which
waa one of many meetings held by
Dartmouth clubs In all parts of tho
world In annual celebration of "Dart
Lost night's meeting Is the lnaugura.
tlon of a new custom among Dartmouth
men, which was Instituted at the sue
gtstlon of Henry P. Blair, '89, of Wash
ington, when the Dartmouth alumni
gave a banquet In January In honor of
Presldont Nichols. It has been the
custom for many years for each Dart
mouth club In America to send a rep
resentative to tha "Dartmouth Night"
celebration at Hanover, which Is ro-
?;arded as the most Important gather
ng of the college year.
As It was Impossible for a large per
centage of tho alumni to attend these
gatherings at tha alma mater, Mr. Blair
offered a resolution at the January
banquet In this city that "Dartmouth
night" be made n nation-wide affair,
and that each Dartmouth club In the
country, as well as those In foreign
countries, hold mcntlngs at the sarno
time as the ono In Hanover, By this
arrangement It was shown, all could
share In the Dartmouth spirit,
The Idea waa greeted bv Dartmouth
alumni with enthusiasm, and the Cus
tom inaugurated last night in every
section of America bids fair to be
come the biggest event of the entire
year for Dartmouth alumni.
Officers of the local Dartmouth
Alumni Association were elected at
last night's meeting. They are, 8. It.
fjond, 'BE. president, to succeed the
ato David J. Foater, '10: vice presi
dents. Henry E. Hurnham, '60. Btnuel
McCall, '74, and Wlnneld S. Hammond,
'SI; secretary and treasurer, Henry
P. Blair. 89: chorister, James W.
Cheny, '70s historian, David M. Hll
dreth, '87; executive committeemen,
A. A. Fisher. '88. William J. Wallls,
'94. Benjamin F. Adams, '97, A. F.
McLane, '09, and Edward SUfford, '11.
Seeks a Divorce.
Suit for absolute divorce, In which a
co-respondent Is named, was filed In the
District Supreme Court today by Mrs.
Lillian Simmons, against Ben If. Sim
mons. Tho couple were married In
Alexandria. April 23. 1906. and lived to
gether till December 2, 1910. There are
HREATEN TO DRIVE
OUT L W. W. LEADERS
Plan Vigilance Committee
and Mayor Promises to
Hire Special Train,
LAWRENCE, Mass., Oct ..-Numerous
street fights between the Industrial
Workers of tha World and Anti-Indus?
trial Workers of the World occurred
here today ns a result of the feeling
rJlicd against tha organisation at the
cltlsens' mass meetings, which have de
nounced tho parades In which red and
black banners, but no American flags,
wero carried several days this week.
The situation here la critical and citi
zens publicly today declared they will
form a vigilance committee Ilka that at
Ban Diego, Ca., and try to drive tho
Industrial Workers of tha World leaders
Mayor Scanlon declared today that
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CONTAINING FULL DESCRIPTION OF
Washington sMostPopular Apartments
Gains 30 Lbs.
In 30 Days
50c Package of Kemarkablo FIcsb
Builder, Protone, Sent Free to
Prove What It Will Do.
Twtt " or
fTAHT SECOND MONTH
Protooe Will Make You Mce and
It Is astonishing to see the effects
produced by tho new flesh-lncreoser,
Protone. To put on real, solid, healthy
flesh, at tha rate of a pound a day, la
not at all remarkablo with this new
Protone Induces nutrition, Increases
cell-growth, makes perfect the assimila
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creases blood corpuscles, builds up,
safely and quickly, muscles and solid
healthy flesh, and rounds out the fig
ure. For women who never appear stylish
In anything because of thinness,. Pro
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The regular 11.00 size of Protone Is for
sale by all druggists, or will be mailed
direct, upon receipt of price, by The
Protone Co., 4845 Protone Bldg., Detroit,
It costs you nothing to provo tho re
markable effects of Protone. It is non
Injurious to the moat delicate system.
The Protone Company will send you on
receipt of our name and address, a
free 60c package of Protone. with full
instructions, to prove that It does the
work: alno their book on "Why You
Are Thin," freo of charge, giving facts
wnicn will prooamy aBtonlsn you, Bend
coupon below today with your name
Free Protone Coupon
It will cost you nothing to prove
the rcmnrkable effects of this treat
ment, Tho Protone Company will
send to any one a free GOc pack
age of Protone, If they will All out
this coupon and encloae 10c In
stamps or silver to help cover post
age. They will also send with it
full Instructions and their book on
"Why You Are Thin."
TUB PHOTONR COMPANY
484S Protone Wilsr. Detroit, .Mich.
The regular 11.00 site of Protono Is for
sale In WaBhlngton by Affleck's Drug
Store. 15th and V sta. n. w.; Arabean M.
Kloczewskl. 600 9th St. n. w and Peo
ple's Pharmacy, 937 Tth st. n, w. No
fret packages from druggists.
II Ktrert W. W.
No. of Rooms
and bath and
t rooms and
181)1 Kalorama Itoail.
ma t m. y. v.
1833 U St. Ti. W.
1627 Sixteenth St. N. W.
Klret and It Capitol SU.
1, 3, and
. and bath.
Eeventeen Twelve 1! it.
H. U RUST,
1400 It street.
1 Salisbury Co., laa,
7i lJth N. W.
Thomaa J. Fisher A Ca , tno.
Thomaa J Fllh.r A Co.,
That aparta-anta convenient
to all cars, vzid centar of
cltr. All roons vary targe
and chaarfuL iltiictly Orst
Apartmants run length of
bulldlnc. All outside rooma.
Convenient to two car lines.
Detached building, tnd floor
front; gaa Iocs; telephone:
beat of earvloa. Apart, will
ix in nrst eiaaa order.
Apartments run lenith et
bulldinri all outside roomai
screened porches. Ueaullfully
vpi Duiiains. near -u- su
Bachelor and houaekaeplns
cinminu; aji outside
rouma: eerviee cannot b ex
celled) electrle elevator; ex
W0 and IU
Thomaa J Fisher A Co..
"THE SANTA ROSA
1T13 17h St. N. W.
1 to i
i:o m to
Hull deairably arranged
apartmenta In brat realdantlal
.anion or waBninaten. op
poilte Cong. Library and
ovariooxins cap. around.
Elee. olevat, aerr. all nltht.
U Price. Apartment .
1111 Kth at. N. W.
1B31 Delniont St. N. W.
103 W St. N. W.
18 18th St. IV. W.
3037 Adams 01111 lload.
3130 V Stmt
No. 11 II St. N. li.
Allan E. Walker aV Co.. Inc..
1SI a at. N. W.
Tha T. II. Smith Co.,
KCS New Tork Ave.
The if. It. Fmlth Company.
Itot N. T. ave. Telephone
Tha F. II. Emlth Company.
HM New Tork arenue. Tel
ephone Main Mti-iai.
Flreproef, eteam heated, hot
Water. talenhona. awnlnv.
J.I..HI..U guiiiet nionii, tOTi
ternem to ail ear Ilnea. Doth
lymianeo ano unrumlahed.
Oterlooklns Barbour liatata.
All outside rooms: tarte
porcbea. Klectrlcltr. Steam
"i- neu-aepi DUtldlng.
B.at arranged apartmenta.
Latrrenca will b "rid of agitators" if
ha ha to hire a special train to a-et
thjrn out of town. Many members ot
tne inotnunai "workers or tne world
were today wearing American flags In
thalr ooat lapels at tha suggestion ot
the leaders of tha organisation, as an
evidence that they also respected tha
ITOCtMHef W9 aWsftf Ni CsVQ
stfpaSM, ilckfceasisae, tBisjiini, dsuaasas,
ajsry ta a tew mcumtta
aa4 F Oto 9mm 1
bowahv s' mmmm
Dveat, laeeJe1 Pltee.
The CPtUIHs. arast bear iltii isi
The Electric line
The Most Convenient Way To Travel
To The Centres Of
tl .Limited Trains to and from Balti
Double-track No Grade Croaalngs
Hourly Service Between
WAIIIINOTON and AMNAPOUS
Direct to Naval Academy Gale.
Protected by Automatic nioelc Signals
CLI2AN SAFES COMKOllTAIll.K
Special Rate, 1J3 It. T. to Baltimore!
Five atorr modern apartment
houre, all eutalde rooma, ele
vator, telephone, etc
Ixx-ated In tha beat reatdenee
section; convenient to all
cars and all departmente.
perfectly heated and Uthled.
no dark rooma. south, axpoa.
Convenient to both ear Itnaa,
The r. 11. 8mlth Co.,
KOI New York ava
Thonea Main itu-133.
In dealrabla aaetlon or the
northweat, near Dupont Circle.
Larco porchea. excellent can.
Cvery Saturday and Sunday Includ-
lar Washington City Carfare. Good
to return until Monday Midnight.
Waahlngtoa, Baltimore, at Aaaapolla
Electric Railroad Company,
1434 Nevr York Avenue.
Thar. Sat, .
MR. HENHY MILUER
la lite Orea teat Soeotsa,
With the Orlclnal
Wsahlntton and New Tork Cast,
World Berlea-rtodl.r Coorabaard.
Seat Now, Oc.
Seats Nave $3 to
Orchestra of M.
Direct from Its
all anmmer run
In Nw York.
piticea Mo. no, ilco. ii.m.
COHAN AND HARnift PnESKNT
The Other Man
Next Week-Wllliem Farnum. la Tbs Llt
Heat Rebel." Beau now aalllng.
MATS, TOE.. Tilling. AND SAT.
n Moat Talked About Pier la Tsars.
Next Week-A rOOI. TIHSftB WAS.
1117 Lincoln road.
I-Jirre, brlsht outside roeraa:
larare cloeeta, electrle lichu,
ataani heati Janitor service.
147 II St. .N. 1!.
It aVKcklngton Tl.
4 and i roema
l&ff Lincoln road.
Electrlo UchU; private rear
porch: steam heat; Janitor
and lit to
' dearie Trueadall,
1!J7 Lincoln road.
larra bright rooma, eleeeta.
electrlo IthU: atsam beatT
lat and B Sts. N. W.
3023 ltth St. N. W.
1, 2, and 4
J, 2. and S
O. Bliss Properties.
S5 D St. N. W.
and 14th at
14th and Clifton Sta.
4. 6, and 6
814 33d St. N. W.
Srd and O Sts. N. XV.
12th and Mil. Ave. S. W.
1B40-1843 California St. IV. W.
1 and 1
1 to 4
3 and 4
O. Bliss Properties.
35 B Bt N. W.
IS D Bt N, W.
O. Bliss Properties,
85 B St. N. W.
On tha Hslghte. 11th at
car Una. Janitor service.
Fine location. All con
veniences. Hth it car
Fall asnf Wlater Schetlale
EASTERN SHORE of MARYLAND
To Claiborne, McDanlels, Royal Oak,
Eaaton and all points down B. C. &
A. Railway. Dally Ex. Dally Ex.
Sunday Sat. A Sun.
Leave Waahlaarton SllO AM. 4lOSP.M.
Saturday Only, ArOB I'.St.
This Service allows passengers to
visit the Eastern Shore and return
the same day, and la the only means
of connection from Washington with
the morning trains from Claiborne
lor points on tho B. C. 4 A. Railway.
Direct Service to
OXFORD and CAMBRIDGE!
Dally Ex. Sunday
Leave Washington 3t03 r.M. 1l031'-M.
All trains operated from center of
Washington direct to steamer'a dork
For new time-table and full Infor
mation apply ticket agent.
Washington, Baltimore Annapolis
Electrle Railroad Company,
1434 Nevr York Avenue.
Leaves 7th St. Wharf at 2:30 p. m.
Returning at 8 p. m.
EXCELLENT CAFE SERVICE
FARE, ROUND TRIP, 25c
The Moat Beautiful Theatre In America
Attractlana Eguallnr tha 11 Tbaatrea.
Laiir Hats, at too. uvea. . M, ti:.
lu THE YELLOW PEIUL"
With Blr N. Y. Company, MABatlE.
niTE hXnBT, RALPH LTNN CO .
With Bhow-Qlrl Bextetu in B. A.
Rolfe's -The Laadlnc Ladr." Jullrs
Tannan. llasla iranton. Buma A
Fulton. Ae. I Star Acts, NEXT
WEEK-MclKTTnE AHEATIL Edit!)
Helena. Van A Bchenck. Buy ToMar.
Umrenal Praise Erery Wiskiagten
Critic Iodorses "Tho little Brides"
MESSRS. 8HUDERT TnVBZtrC
JAMES T. POWERS
In Ilia Kaweat Musical Comedy Hit
"TWO IXTTLE BRIDES"
DlItECT TROlt ITS CASINO (N. T.) RUN
Beauty Chorua and a thouaand sood laughs
Bpeclall 11.00 Matlnea tVedneaday-Extral
NEXT WEEK-SEATS NOW.
In a Spectacular Woodland yantaay.
Aaalated by 70 International Artlate.
tmmna curzy eav
ALL SEflTS BSl
Farewell week. THE OBEAT DIVIDE
Telephone Orders neserved Seats.
kPoli's Refined Vaudeville
TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY BT
KOLEK. HALL A MORTON
"THE QUEENS OF. PARIS"
EXTRA ATTRACTION-Stc A Edytha Fram
NEXT WEEK "THE SOCIAL MAIDS."
35 B Bt, N. W.
O. Bliss Properties,
S5 B 8t. K. W.
35 B Bt. N. W.
In the heart of business
section. Janitor service.
Q st. car line.
11th and Kth at car
Near Conn, ave,
1323 Clifton St. N. W.
1332 Urlmont St. N. W.
11)31 17th St. N. W.
3182 I' St. N. XV.
302S lBth St. X. XV.
11)57 Lamont St. N. V.
2031 P St, N. W.
2031 1' St. N. W.
I and 4 rootne
1 and 3 rooma
Real Eatata Truat Co.,
1M P at. N, TV.
Real Eatata Truat Co.,
UK r at. N. W.
Real Eatata Truat Co..
1 F at. N. W.
Real Eatata Truat Co.,
1114 r aL N. W.
Real Eatata Truat Co..
'414 P at N. W,
Real Eatata Truat Co.,
lilt F at. N. W.
Rial Estate Truat Co..
1111 r L N. W,
Real Eatata Truat Co.,
1414 F at. N. W.
Ideal location, ovorlookjnr the
rltV fit Wl.hln....
d wall kept lawn. COnvan.
lent to I ear lines.
Southern exposure. Acceeelble
to two car Ilnea. Splendldlr
Very conveniently located.
Good aervlce. One-halt bloak
from car line.
Centrally located within walk
inf cutanea of ahopplnr and
theatre dlatrlcta. Accee.lMa
to two car lines. Unuaually
larse rooma and back porchea.
Jmt oR Sixteenth street.
Splendidly kept bulldtui.
Apartments light and airy.
Splendidly located In Meant
Pleaeant. Mealy keDt build.
Ins; sood Janitor aervloei all
Near Dunont Circle; In fash
ionable northweat aectlonj all
ACCCailMe te Car llnna Waii..
Ins dlatano !r tVeatrea and
ahurplni district. Vfell kept
riltllHlnar Hnnt . a. r
"'"""' "u sTTjrVlOe.,
70 llliode lalaud Ayr. IV. W.
13th and D Sts. 8. XV.
rec. hall and
4 and B rooms
i:t to ui
Thoa. 11. Melton.
Eleventh and II sta.
B30 John Marshall pi.
Phone II. 4417.
Kvery room front! heat and
hot water: eltclrtn ll.h,.. ..i.
5phol? S5? tel'srspn aertlee
(tun, uuiiuiiib, jajiuor. Apart
"'. mjwi, iur inspaqnon.
Health Is the foundation ot all
good looks. Tha wise woman real
izes this and takes precautions to
preserve her health and strength
through the period ot child, bearing;.
She remains a pretty mother by
avoiding r.s tar as possible tho suf
fering and dangers of such occa
sions. This evcrr woman W do
through the uso ot Mother's Friend.
This Is a medlclno for external ap
plication and so penetrating In Its
nature as to thoroughly lubricato
every muscle, nerve and tendon In
TOlved during tho period beforo ba
by comes. It aids nature by ex
panding tho skin and tissues, ro
lioves tenderness and soreness, and
perfectly prepares tho system for
Friend Is sold
at dniK Btores.
"Write for froe book for expectant
mothers, which contains much val
IKAUriELD KEGUUTOICa. AlUata. Ca.
YOU LIKB." " .U". DAIL.
ALL, THIS WEEK.
Ninety Per Cent Olrla,
Next Waek-UISS NEW TORK. JR.,
ARCADE SKATING RINK
14th St. and rark road.
3 Seaalons Dally
Morning Aftenaeoa Nlatnt
nANflTrJiT. ASSEMOLY DANCES,
AiiaiUAXlU' Every Thurs. A Bau Eve.
Nat'l lUflta' Armory. Continuous dancing Ml
815 10th s: " W.
Old Point Comfort
Low Week-End Rates
Round $350 TriP
On Bala Fridays and Saturdays.
Also "Hotel ChambstUn Specials."
City Ticket Office Woodward
Norfolk & Washington Steamboat Co.
STEAMER CHARLES MAGALESTE.l
Two trtpa dilly tsecpt flundty to
Leairlns Seventh Street Wharf at II a. m.
and :t0 p. m. rtount trie to xata. tea.
Brlsht, cheerful apartmonti;
located on car lint, heatad.
flrU-cUaW condition, aroo4 tr
TIMES WANT ADS
Uuthants and Misers TnaspirUtiia Ci.
Through tickets to Northern ana
Southern points. Fins steamers) ax
csllent service; low farsa, Wlralaaa
tslcsraph. Send for booklet.
U. A O. R. U., N. A W. 8. U. Co. OOleaa
and hi Kth at. N. W,
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ATLANTIC CITY, R. J.
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