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Presidential Party Leaves
On Vermont Motor Trip
Julia Murdock Thinks Capital Girls .
Are Perfect As Annette Kellermann
For The Times" Children
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Coprrlsht. by Cllnedlnst.
Blr John Harrington, K. C. B , and
Lady Harrington, who have been visit
ing the latter'a mother. Mrs. James Mc-
Mlllan at Manchester-by-tho-Sea for
several weeks, will sail from New York
tomorrow on the Lusttanla for their
home In England. Lady Harrington.
who waa formerly Miss Amy McMillan,
makes an annual Malt to her mother.
Former Senator and Mrs. Nelaon W.
Aldrlch have as their guests at their
country place at Warwick Neck. It. I.
their son-ln-Iaw and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Miss
Elsie Aldrlch will gle a dance for
young people In honor of her sister at
the Acawam Hunt Club Saturday even
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Granville Tortescue will
apend tho greater part of the winter at
Aiken, S. C, aa their house on Sheridan
circle la not yet ready for occupanc).
Wednesday, October 23, la the date act
for the jnarrliige of Mlaa Clara Mulllkln
Wcems and Dr. Samuel Logan Owens.
The ceremony will bo solemnised by the
ltev. John 13. Whitney, of the Cathollo
University, at the home of tho bride's
parcnta, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Van
Horn Weem, at Winchester, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Gibson will go
tu Virginia Hot Springs today from
New York for a month's stay before
coming to Washington for the winter.
and Mrs. Charles L Hus-
soy, U. S. N., who have been making a
, brief visit to Lenox, have gone to Niag
Mrs. John 1. Jackson entertained at
a brMjro party last night at Lenox In
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence C.
Mr. und Mrs. A. C. Downing and the
Misses Downing are now in New York
for the naval review, after spending the
summer at Jamestown, R. I. They will
spend the winter at the Oellevue, ar
rhlng In Washington about the middle
of the mdnth.
Mr, and Mrs. John Ritchie, Jr. have
returned to tho city and arc now loca
ted at 1881 Columbia road.
-Mrs R V. Woodson, of Ljnchburg,
Va., has arrived In Washington for a
ten weeks' lslt to her son-in-law and
daughter, Lieut, and Mrs. Walter U.
Woodson, U. S. N , at the Dupont.
Mis. Clarence Edwards has returned
from Atlantic City and la spending a
few weeks at the Grafton.
Mrs. Churchill Candee will arrive In
Washington the latter part of the week
for a vlslj; to Mrs. John C. Fremont,
widow of Rear Admiral Fremont, U. S.
K, at her residence on R street.
Mrs. clarence Moore has closed her
summer home at Prtdo'a Crossing and
Is spending a few days In Washington
n route t the Virginia Hot Springs.
Mrs. .William H. II, Southerland and
Miss Southerland, wife and daughter
of Rear Admiral Southerland, now
commanding the American forces In
Nicaragua, havo arrived In Washing
ton! and are stopping at the Grafton
Hotel for a fortnight. They spent the
early spring and summer with Adnflr.il
Southerland In California, and tho last
fcnvtral months along the North Bhoia
and In Boston.
Mr. and Mrs Hugh Wallace, uho
spent 'the summer on Long Island, are
sow at Lalto l'lacld, N. Y. for several
weeks before returning to Washington
for tho season.
Mrs. Richard Leo Fcarn and Miss
Mildred Fcarn, who have spent the
summer at Old Point Comfort, Va., and
at their place near Mobile, Ala , have
arrived In Washington, and have
opened their house In Massachusetts
avenue for part of the winter.
Dr. H. D. Geddlngs of the United States
Public Health Sen ice, and Mrs. Ged
dlngs, who havo spent tho last three
years In Naples, ItaJy, have arrived In
Washington for a two months' leave
of absence. They are storplng at Flor
The President 'and Mr. Tatt and
their party. Including Miss Mabel Board
man, and Major Rhoads, the President's
aide, who have been the guests of Sen
ator and Mra. Wlnthrop Murray Crane
at Dalton since fiaturday, left there
yesterday for Vermont, continuing a
week's automobile tour through tho
Just prior to his doparture the Presi
dent planted a maple tree on Senator
Crane's lawn, which will be known aa
the Taft maple.
Capt. William B. Caperton, U. S. N
and Miss Caporton entertained the of
ficers of the derman cruiser Victoria
Lulia at the naval training station yes
terday afternoon. 'There waa roller
skating followed by- tea and lnfprmal
dancing. Numerous guests from the
villa colony participated. ,
The French Minister to Sweden and
Mme, Thlebaut, who are spending some
time In Washington with Mme.'.Thle
baut's brother-in-law and slater, Capt.
Harold P. Norton, U. 8. N.. and Mra.
Norton, will leave Washington Satur
day for New York, from where they
will sail on tho 17th for Stockholm".
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh P, Taggart have
gone to New York to be with their son-in-law.
Dr. Sankey Bacon, U. S. N
who Is 111 In the Brooklyn Naval Host
Two notable additions to the season's
group of debutantes are Miss Constance
Gardner, daughter of Congressman and
Mrs. Gardner, of Boston, and Miss
Frances Hoar, daughter of the late
Rockwood Hoar, of Boston, and a
granddaughter of former Senator George
Misa Gardner will make her first for
mal bow at a ball which her grand
father. Senator1 Henry Cabot Lodge, will
give In her honor at the Copley-Plaza,
in uoston, November 21, -coming to
Washington later In the season.
Miss Hoar will be presented at a large
reception In Worcester, Mass , October
U prior to coming to Washington, where
her mother has taken a house for the
season, ana wnere she will also be pre.
Mra. J. M, Culp has returned to Wash'
iiigiuu irom liirmingham, Ala., where
she has been visiting her son-in-law
ana uaugnter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jof-
irun rorier. jr., and their young
uaugnter, vuaiine culp Porter, who was
oorn aoout a week ago.
Miss Frances Grover. of Rnm.
daughter of the late. Gen. Cuvier Grover!
V. S. A., Is visiting her aunt. Mrs.
Kelly. In M street.
Rear Adnilnl Thomas Oilier Self
ridge, U. 8. N., retired, and Mrs. Hclf
rldgo havo doted tlnlr home In Jamea-
lonn, ana uro now Jn Newport for a
and Mrs. Richard La and Ml
Lay have returned to Washington from-
Mr. and Mrs. George T. Maryc will
return to Washington early next month,
and open their residence In N street
for the soason. Thov hae been tho
guests of Mr. and Mn, Andrew Moie
land of Pittsburgh at Newport
Mi. and Mrs. Robert Roosevelt have
closed their country place at Sayxllle,
I I , and are spending a few days In
New York at the Hotel Stratford be
fore coming to Washington for the
Craig Wadsnorth will leave for Eu
rope on board tho Baltic October SI, on
the way to Teheran to tnke up his
duties aa secretary of tho American
Mr. and Mrs. M. Solomon, of 123 K
street, announce tho engagement of
their daughter, Miss Rona Solomon to
Myer J. Loeb.
Mia. N. Pcysor and Mr. and Mrs Sol
Herzog, formerly of U street, are now
located In tho Stafford apartment, 17R)
Mr. and Mra. Leonard Damnum, for
merly of Washington will return to
their homo In Now York today, nfter
a three months' European trip
Miss Belle Hlrsh, who has been ls-
Itlng relatives In New York for the
past few weeks, haa' returned to her
homo In Kcnyon street.
and Mrs. Aaron Sommers, of
Washington, left New York on Satur
day on the North German Lloyd steam
ship Berlin for a year's trip around the
Mr. and Mrs. Z. Strasburger havo re
turned to their homo In Belmont street,
after spending the past three months
In Boston and New York.
Mrs. A. Jackson has returned to her
home In Thirteenth street after a visit
In New York.
Miss Tlllle Blrkenfcld, of New York,
Is the guest of Miss Rena Solomon, of
Miss Carrie Abrams, of Norfolk, who
has been visiting relatives In Wash
ington, has left for a visit In Balti
more. Mr. and Mrs. William Hass, of the
Romatne, accompanied by Mrs. A. D.
Frank, of Baltimore, hao left Wash
ington to spend several months visiting
relative In Indianapolis, Chicago, and
other Western cities.
Claia Barnes has left Washing
ton for Farm School, Pa., where sha
will be the guest of her sister, Miss
Miss Helene Stern has returned to her
home In tho Cllffbourne after spending
several weeks In Norfolk with her aunt,
Mrs. Joseph Stern. '
King Baggott Today, The Addressee De
ceased, the great three-reel drama.
JTOO show, 5c. Virginia Theater.
Declares Some Here Can
Swim and Dive Just
Featuring the "world's most perfect
woman." William Morris last night
presented what he. announces aa "An
evening's entertainment" In the Bel-
aaco Theater before a typlCAl .first
night audience. The perfect woman,
of course, wa Mlaa Annette Keller
mann, the Australian girl, who n'as
done more, perhaps, than any othur
one person to make swimming popu
lar among women. Whether or not
ahe .will make all of them perfect
women, ha It is claimed she has made
herself. Is another question. Mlaa Kel
lermann's diving exhibit creates un
bounded enthusiasm, and ahe Is, I will
admit, something of a picture In her
wet black tights, when ahe emerges
from tho tank,
Yat I can count without half trying,
more than a dozen Washington girls
who have done similar things at the
Washington bathing beach this past
summer, and have .not claimed any
thins especial In the lino of distinc
tion for their performances. I can
count, too, any number of Washing
ton glrle who are as near being "the
perfect woman" as Miss Kellermann
I see them behind counters, they wait
on me when I eat my luncheon, they
hang from street car straps In the
morning on their way to work, and
there were many In the Belasco Thea
ter last night, upon whom Annette
Kellermann had nothing In the way
of either looks or figure
"Rose of Mexico"
la Opening Number.
The company presented for Its open
ing number "The Rose of Mexico," a
wordless play In .three scenes. It was
staged under the direction of Slg. Mo.
lasso, who appeared In the play as a
wealthy farmer. This Is a nice, pleas
ant llttlo "ocular operetta" th escenei
of which are laid In Mexico City
"The Rose of Mexico" has toyed with
the affections of two men, one a
wealthy farmer, the other a married
man. The married man hires a pic-
FOR TIMES WOMEN
What Is Seen
There are some excellent plating
cards to be had at the department
store on tho north side of O street at
Eleventh. They are regular 26c cards,
and on account of the picture on the
back, they are wiling for 10c. Now the
aforesaid picture Is of the new build
ing which tho store In question Is going
to occupy at some future date, and It
Is by no means unattractive. If ou
are an Inveterate brldgo player or In
dulge In cards to tho extent that some
people do, bu up a dollar's worth of
these cards and consider vourself as
having good sense.
Celebrating Its seventeenth annivers
ary, the department store at Seventh
and K streets. Is offering some attrac
tive bargains. For street or office wear
there Is nothing more serviceable and
fetching than a one-piece dress of serge.
All-wool storm serge is selling at tho
store mentioned. for S9c a yard. It Is
fifty Inches wide and cost originally
11.1 a yard. All-wool satin face broad
cloth, originally II 2S, which may be
used for moro dressy costumes, la 75c
a yard. MessAllne stlk pettlcoata, In
all colors, are Jl.W.
Spanish leather rockers, designed
especially for tho library or living room,
and made In golden oak and mission
finish, aro to be had at the housefur-
nlshlng store on the corner of Seventh
and I streets for 116.7G Tho seat and
back are of Spanish leather, and the
rocker Itself Is unusually strongly
For servants' rooms, pantries, kitch
ens, etc., there Is nothing moro clean
und neut looking than linoleum. Tho
varieties offered by tho shop on II
street, between Thirteenth end Four-
tecntn, aro in inc. nieaauion carpeting,
floral, and hardword, parquetry effects.
T.lnniiMim 1 nlri hv thA siiuare vard.
and prices range from K cents to J 1.75.
On Eighth street, at Market space,
there Is a department store which Is
selling some real values In tailored
suits. On Mondaj. when the sale open
ed, there were only ninety of them ad
vertised, so that If you really wish to
see them you must go eany in tne wcok,
Phone Main 7162 929-931 G Street N. W.
I Special Sale
Z 54 and 56 Inch All-Wool, superior Vjuauty, J
Mannish Serges for Ladies' Tai- 1
i lored Suits at
Regular price, $1.50; on
Regular price, 2.00; on
Regular price, JS2.50; on
Regular price, $3.00; on
All Goods Purchased Here
turesque, black-broned assassin to put
away quietly, and as neatly as possible,
his hated rival, but the mistreated wife.
Donna Sanchez, steps In at the critical
period, having herself fallen In love
with her husband's rival. A common
place enough story, and a cheerful end
ing Thus number Is full of dances of
the Mexican type, which are Interpret'
ed b sixteen very agile and picturesque
persons. The dances are strenuous but
One of the girls appeared, on the stage
with a dress that waa painfully shy of
hooks and eyes, and badly In need of
some plain and fancy needlework In
spots. I wondered why she -didn't take
an afternoon off some day and mend It.
but after I had aeen her whirlwind
dance, which waa a crosa between a
WHO WANT TO KNOW
in The Shops
The original prices were J25 and 130, but
the sale price la S1CD0. Moat of tho
atylea are plain, but there are some In
more elaborate designs. In the shades
taupe, brown, navy, and black.
Patterns for making macrame lace are
to be had at the same Market placo
Store Tor Christmas presents, nothing
Is more appropriate, or less expensive,
and when one has many gifts to give,
theltem of expense Is usually a big
one. 'iTiesc patterns are stamped for
crocheting the lace for collars, collar sets
and hand bags and for bandings which
can bo used for dresses The toiler seta
are 35c and 65c, and the bandings are
15c, 19c. and 25c a strip. Macrame looms,
for making hand tied lact, are 60 centH.
Anonymouih-There 1s 'absolutely no
way In which you can tell whether you
are being "bluffed" or not. The char
acter of the person In question Is the
unknown quantity upon which the
whole answer depends. It Is not a hard
matter to find out all about a person.
with a little Ingenuity and persistence.
One should never allow familiarities,
and If you are serious, be sure that
you know all about tho "other'fcllow."
Times Inquiry IJepartmenf
Are they rlng to wear marlbeu or fur on
the dresses this winter? F. K. 8.
Fur of civet cat and marlbou la very
popular, civet cat being used not only
as a decoration for dresses, but for
neckpieces and muffs. Even the hats
are trimmed around the brim with fur.
Anxious One There are several so
called "cures" for the drink habit, but
this department can recommend none
of them. The question lies with the
Dot There Is no prehilum on the halt
dollar or isiz.
This Week I
sale $1.19 YZ
sale . $1.59
sale ,...:...".....' ....$1.89
sale ,, $2449
Will Be Sponged-Free of Charge.
Presented by William t
Morris at Belasco.
Texas Tommy and the San Francisco
earthquake, I understood. Only an Iron
dress could withstand auoh manhand
ling a a thla costume receives every
nlrht and on Wednesday and Saturday
"The Rose of Mexico" has Its redeem
Ing features, and Is full of scrapes, ci
garettes, sharp knives, flirtations, languid-eyed
Mexican beauties, and man
tillas. Eccentric Vlolinlit
There was a short olio In which Oscar
Lorraine, eccentric violinist, gave Imita
tions bf a number of celebrated musi
cians, and played several excellent
classical selections, following with
enough popular music to please those
who have been Inoculated with tho rag.
The gem of the evening's entertain
ment was the presentation by Tom Tor
rla and his company of English actora
in tnc sketch depleting tho mlsorable
and halr-ralslng nightmare of Scrooge.
Mr. Terrls played the name part In this
playlet with marked abllltr. The work
of Wallla Clarko aa Jacob Marley, was
creepy enough to send the shivers down
one's spine, and make everybody In the
audience determine to go home and
give way all of Hast winter's clothing to
the Salvation Army.
"Undine, an Idyl of Forest and
Stream," by Manuel Klein, waa the play
which haa been written for the purpoio
of exploiting Miss Kellermann and her
especial brand of entertainment. The
time the fourteenth century the place
a wood In the heart of England on a
summer day-and ihe actors and
actresses In this truly artistic little
Id) II combine to make a sketch that Is
dainty and light.
Although Miss Kellermann's name is
featured on the bill, this Is the only
place In the production In which she
makes her appearance for anv length
The story of "Undine" concerns the
sad plight of Jacqueminot, daughter of
Lord and Lady Rosehlll. who, afflicted
with melancholia, has spumed the ef
fort of the wood nymphs, fairies, and
court clowns, who have tried to awaken
her from her lethargy. Her father of
fers a purse of gold to the one who will
rouse her,. and cause her to sit up and
take notice. Along come Noala, accom
panied by "The World's Perfect Wom
an," the latter of whom, by her diving
and dancing, so exhilarates Jacqueminot
tliat ahe entirely recovers her fallen
spirits and Invites Undine to come to
Rosohlll castle and bring her trunk
along. Thla she does, and, as the syn
opsis of tlie story on the program de
clares, "they live happily ever after."
Dancing and Diving Good.
Miss Kellermann's diving and danc
ing exhibition provides a very excel
lent half-hour's entertainment, follow
ing the sort of vaudeville that Is to bo
found In any popular-prlced house. She
Is certainly a picture In her white
tights, in which she makes her first
appearance, and she has a number of
very graceful poses that aro marvelous
when one considers that at one time
this tittle Kellermann girl was a vic
tim of spinal trouble, and that her limbs
and spine were twisted and crooked.
She haa the natural lithe grace of a
perfectly unhampered creature for sho
never has worn a corset, and her body
Is well taken care of. Still. I am not
one who raves over Miss Kellermann.
An I said before, there are lots of
Washington girls who are also "perfect
women, una wno can swim and dive
some, too. JULIA MURDOCK.
Because they're made right of the right, material. Wc
put honest value into every 'bed we sell and 'guarantee it to
be as represented.
Bed bargains are the rule at this store. We want' you
to make us prove it. Inspect our large stock of beautiful
beds, let us quote you our prices and if you can duplicate the
bed at as low a price elsewhere, we will make you a present
This is one of our best bargains. A handsome brass bed
We Make a Specialty of
WorW Is Always Satisfactory
983 G ST. N.A(r
EDECCA was a very large black
and white duck She lived- orl
Hill Top Farm away up In Vert
Heckey and Ikey also lived on Hilt
Top Farm. Beckey waa a' brown speck
led duck, and Ikey was a drake whoso
feathers were white and tan color,
Ikey, Rachel, and Beckey had lived on
Hill Top Farm for about three years.'
Thpy never associated with he hens 6r
paid the least attention to any of the
animals and lived In perfect harmony,
' If Ikoy happened to Wander away
from his two friends they would walk i
about the farm yard quacking and
stretching their necks until he answered
and the three would waddle away to
their supper or dinner.
Beckey was lame and some times she
would lie down In tho cool grass to rest
and Ikey and Rachel would bo so Inter
ested In talking they would not miss
her. Suddenly Rachel would look be
hind and not seeing her friend sho
would qua to Ikey who would stretch
his neck and look all around.
Then both would waddle back quack
ing as they went. Deckey would wait
until they almost reached tho spot
where sho waa resting and then she
uould slowly rlso and llmD toward
Rut one day all this changed. A big
box arrived and Solomon and fifteen
ducks took up their abode at Hill Top
Ikey, Rachael, and Bcckev watched
them, as they waddled In a line around
the farm, looking over their new homo.
"Those ducks are skinny looking
creatures," remarked Rachael. who was
almost as large as to ordinary ducks.'
It Beckey nas not lame ahe would be
larger than any of them."
"Solomon Is rather a handsome fel
low," said Beckey, who had heard
Farmer Henry coll Solomon by name
when he flew out of the box.
"He Isn't any hondaomer than Ikey,'
retorted Rachael. "I think Ikey carries
himself with more dignity, too."
Ikey all this time had maintained a
dignified silence, but he kept his eves
on the pretty little ducks that had ar
rived with Solomon, and as soon as he
could ho slipped away from Beckey and
Rachael and Joined the new comers.
As I have told you, Rachijcl was old
and Becker was lame, and when from
under a currant buah where they were
resting they saw Ikey waddling along
with Solomon and his young family.
the'y felt a pang shoot through their
"Anyway, I dbn't believe anyone of
them can lay such One eggs aa you can,
Rachel." said Beckey who looked Upon
Rachel aa beyond! compare since the
morning an egg of extra else had been
found In Rachael's nest.
Rachel stood up, stretched her wings
and shook out her tall feathers. "No,
I do not expect they can," she said,
"and I'll show them a larger one than
tho one )ou saw.
"They needn't think they can come
here and n addle around as though they
owned the farm Just because they are
younger than we. They will soon find
out that the duck that can lay the
lamest egg Is the one who holds sway
' O. I feel sure that you will be the
most nonulai duck with Farmer Hen
ry," remarked Deckey, "but, Ikey, what
shall wo do about him I would never
have believed he would desert us."
"Leave that to me," said Rachel, "and
don't ou say a word to Ikey about It
or let him know that we saw him."
A few days later Ikey, Rachel and
Beckey were taking a walk. In the dis
tance Rachel saw Solomon and Ma
n'imr family. "Don't you think we
better speak to them?'' she asked Ikey,
"We do not need to assoclato wlthi
thorn, but I think It would be wise to
be on. bowing terms."
The rain began to fall Just then, and
beautifully finished. Other
stores charge $25 for this
Itenovallna Mattrenars. Our
and Ou? Frlccs Are the Very
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Rebecca ttas ft vert
UJROE DLYJCK OHDVrHlTE DUCK
as Solomon and his family waddled
along Rachel remarked: "Isn't this
Solomon and hla family stopped, and
they gathered around Rachel, who was
much the largest of the group.
But Rachel saw Ikey on the outside
of the group talking to one of the non
ducks. "Here, Ikey," she said with h
good-natured quack, "you talk to Solo
mon. I want to talk to the ducks about
the eggs they are laying. Such a fine-
looking lot of ducks must bo giving
Farmer Henry a nice lot of eggs.
Ikey waddled over to Solomon, and
the ducks drew closer to Rachel 'Sud
denly she said In a very loud voice
"Come with me, and let me show 0J
Just what Farmer Henry: expects."
Ikey and Solomon lifted their heads
and saw Rachel with all the-hew ducks
following her leading the "ay to the
place where Rachel had her nest.
'"Where are you going?" asked Ikey.
That was Just what Rachel wanted.
"I am going td show them the kind of
eggs Farmer Henry wants his ducks Xu
lay," she replied. "You and Solomon
can come along If you wish."
Solomon and Ikey followed, and when
they were all-around the neat Rachel
pushed aside some straw that was over
It and displayed the largest duck egg
any of them had o,ver aeen. In -fact, It
waa so much larger than any Rachel
had ever laid that even Ikey gazed In
The oung ducka were speechless with
admiration, but Solomon managed to
gasp: "Did you lay that.?"
"Of course I did," remarked Rachel
"Can't you young ducks lay one as
Rachel looked at Ikey. "O, we did
not think anything of large eggs; wi
are bo used to seeing them," she re
marked. That afternoon when Rachel and
Reckev were sitting under the currant
bushr Beckey asked: "Where la Ikey?"
"lift In nnt fur ntt'av' lanirh. T)u-
ihel. "lie' heard Salomon ask" nioMr 1
didn't think their duck-house waa a bet
ter place to live m than ours, and Ikei
has kept close watch since then that
Solomon did not get another chance to
talk to me alone.
"You will not see him walking with
thoso young ducks any' more. He
knows that the duck that lays the larg
est egg In Vermont Is not to be slight
ed." "Quack, quack," called Ikey( waddlln;
toward the currant bush.
"Here we ore under the bush '
"Oh!" quacked Ikey, with a sigh uf
Rachael gave Beckey a little tap with
her bill, "lie thought we had gone
walking with Solomon," she quacked
"there Is nothing like a little strategv
to brlngi about the situation jou most
"Johnnie and the
You're Getting Warm!
Very Soon You Will
Save This Dollar
See 1'age 11'.
I Am The
No young woman, In tho oy of
coming motherhood, should neglect
to prepare her system for tho phys
ical ordeal sho is to undergo. The
hoaltb. of both herself and tho com
ing child depends largely upon the
care sho bestows upon herself dur
ing the waiting months. Mother's
Friend prepares tho expectant moth
er's system for the coming event,
and Its use makes her comfortable:
during all the term. The baby, too;
is ' or apt io !f perfect and strong
wher tho jiotLet has thus pre
pared Loraolf for nature's supreme
function. No hotter advice could
be given a young expectant mother
than that sbo
Friend; it Is a
has proven Its
value in tnou-
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