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Fort Myer Dance Will
Be First Hop of Season
Julia Murdock Told by Tim Murphy
That He Is Glad to Get Back Home
For The Times' Children
Just Before It's Bedtime
Phutti by HarrlifKwTfllT,
SONORA DONA LUZ MENDEZ.
A rluii miner nw liotra, of tlie Diplo
matic Corp, wlm will ho n elcelileel ue
iiilsltln tn fotloty tlih winter, Ik Se
li'iia Di.na I.uz .Mciult'Z, OuiiKlitei nf the
Jl.nlnter of Ciuati'innla. Seneiru Mcnelcz
has Jutt recently Joined her fnther at
tin- leK.illon on Illiodc Island iivcnuu,
after u piotruotod Fnjoiirn In liuroiie.
Hlio lit mi attractive ounc woman of a
rare brunette typo of beauty and poa
eensccl nf u most iiKreciible ieisntiHllt.
Prescient T.ift will lerelve Hie .lap
aiire Aniliapmnloi, Vice-mint Chimin,
Klldny, when ho will picsent lilt ere
dcntlal.i from the new l'liipiior of Ja
pan. The new milliliter from Denmark.
Constantino Ilrun. will also be received
on tlip same day
The nrnzlllan Minister to nelKlum and
Mine, do OlIvolreM Lima nnd their Ktiest,
Miss oHo Green, of JCew York, nic
spending u Tew duys In Washington,
guests at the Gmfton Hotel.
Mrs. James V. Il.ubour and Mlfa Har
bour enteitalned lnfonnallv at dinner
last evenlnir hi rompllment to Minn
Isabel Mersmun, of St. Louis, their
house guest. IH'fore leaving WashlnB
ton, Miss Mersman will visit Miss Alice
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Jloanlman,
who spent the summer at their place at
Mancht titer, Mass., have arrived In
Washington nnd opened their leslelence
for the winter.
Thn main dlulns mom at the Army
r.nd Navy (,'lulx will bo open to Initios
tomonoH nlKht at P) o'clock, for thu
election returns. Moving pictures will
ulso bu fhovvh.
Seen in the Shops
Wler !ml Ink' cuteied to the Wcsh
Inpton shuppliiK public for more than
half n century, or to bo exact for tlfty
tivo yeaio, the llim of LnnsburRh &
I'.ro today Is Introdnilnfi their milli
nery depnilment to the women of llio
Capital city. Mis. It. Abels, for many
5 ears thn head of a lurfio millinery
linpoitlnc hotrn of Now York, has
been iieimaiieiitly eiiBafied to take
chai-fco of this i.eu addition to nHh
InsUm'H inoicanille Institutions, and Is
iislstcil by a roinp"tont corps of sales
people and experienced millinery work
ois who are well equipped to handle
the laiKo amount of ttadu ih.it will
ccitalhly follow today's openlnu.
The since In th no v annex, In tlio
norlhern section of the. stoic haB been
dcntiit to this department, lleie hnvo
been nrrnnii"il tin re deliriously eliilnt
1'rcnch loom", lined with inlriois anil
palntid a dilUnte hh.ule of may. Huft
colored i ubs cover the lloor, and asoH
of blossoms ofupj the me'twlng iibleK.
Hugo bI.iss uliim as"H are lllled with
latest htjloi .if millinery from the be si
(oiclsn nnd Ameilcan housi's.
One of the i-jsei i emtiely lllled with
bl. uk anil whlto hut?, and another con
tains charming' s'imples of millinery In
.ho popular crtso or Ameilcan h".uity
hluide, which pioh'.Im'i to ho the lend
ing color for fall and winter wear.
A I'rench model fiom the house of
IU'Iioux la worthy of description be
cause of Its quiet elegance. Made of
whlto satin, on a large picture, model,
It Is faced ttlNi black velvet, and tho
btlni tums shaiplv upwaid from the
fate Tho solo tilmmliii: of this hat
Is the huge long-frnndod black ostrich
feather which encircles the crown and
falls gracefully at tho back, forming an
iniUrr-brlm trimming. Another hand
some model from I'sther Mayer Is a
daring ci cation of King's blue chiffon
doth, with an edge of maiten fur, and
a big bow of brocaded satin nnd velvet
In shades of brown, black, and gold.
Streamers falling at least eighteen
Inches from the rroiin add a novel
touch to this largo and extremely dar
A tiny model suited for n mist Is
made of pale bluti veil vet, with tho
drooping brim of shiulow laco In a
delicate cream shndo. About the crown
thoio Is a band of squirrel fur, in gray
and white, oaitBht hero and there with
tlnv pink rosebuds made of ribbon
Today tho new millinery department Is
filled with flowers chrysanthemums,
lilies, roses, and other blossoms, which
have been sent bv business associates of
the Lnnsburgh Brothers as a lirecllng
to their new department.
Society will wend Us way to Vir
ginia tonight for tho first hop of the
season n costume dance at Kort Myer.
Preceding the dance, Lieut. Oeorgo S.
ration, Jr., 17. S. A., nnd Mrs. Pntton
will entertain at a largo buffet Buppcr.
and afterwords there will be a num
ber of Informal supper parties, Includ
ing ono which Major John II. Alien
will glvo at his quarters.
Mrs. Meyer, wlfo of the Secretary of
tho Navy, will entertain at a young
peoples' dance at their rcsldonco on
Scott Circle on the evening of Tucsduy,
William H. Shepherd, wife of
Lieutenant Shepherd. U. S. A of Kort
Mcr, will go to Kort Monroe shortly
for a visit.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold I, Scwall, who
spent the- summer at liar Harbor, and
ncently motored down to Washington
to spend a few days with Mrs. Sewall's
mothqr, Mrs. Kvans, widow of Hear
Admlrnl nobloy D. Kvans, U. S. N., left
town Inst week for Mr. Sew nil's plan
tation. In I'orto Illca to spend the
Mrs. Synions, wlfo of Col. Thomas W.
Kymons, tT. S. A., will leave Washing
ton next week to spend some time In
MIsj Klorence Noycs, daughter of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Krank IS. Noyes, who has
spent tho last several weeks In Chicago,
will return to Washington In a day or
Miss Kthcl Noyes, who will bo a dc
tutante thli season, will not bo formal
ly' presented until late In thn season,
owing to mourning In the family,
Dr. and Mrs. J. Ilrcckfnrldgu Hayne
nnd their Infant daughter, Olga, have
returned to Washington from a lnlt In
Virginia, nnd have taken possession of
the house In Q stleet which they have
leased for the season.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Preston Gibson will io
turn to Washington this week fiont
Miss Margery Cotton, who Is spend
ing tho autumn with her father, Col
onel Colton, before Joining her brother,
llovei nor t'olton, In Poilo Itleo foi the
winter, will 30 to Arnapolls In .1 d.i
or two for a few days' visit to her
brother-in-law and sister, Lieutenant
Commander Archibald II, D.itls, I. H.
X., and Mrs. Davis
Mr. and Mrs. Wade II. Hills, who
liAvo, been spending a few ilays In Now
York, will return to Washington tomor
row. Mrs. Deckwlth, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ilobert Todd Lincoln, has arrived
In Washington and opened their N street
residence fo rtho season. Mr. ami Mrs.
Lincoln will Join her after the election.
Dr. and Mrs. James V Mitchell 'hao
returnee! to Washington from their sub
uibnn place at Chevy Chase.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Heath hne ar
rived In Washington for the season, and
opened their Connecticut avenue resi
dence, Mrs. Howard Wyman Is at the lied
Lion Inn, Stockhildge, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs, Melville K. Ingalls have
taken the house at 1901 II street pond
ing tho completion of their new house
al Eighteenth street and Massachusetts
Charles Page Itryan, American ambas
sador to Jajinn, who arrived In Wash
ington a day or two ago on leave of
absence, has -gone to his home In Elm
hurst, 111., to vote.
Miss Katherlr.o Ellis, of Atlanta, Ga
arrived In Washington today for a visit
to Miss Dorolhy Aleshlrc, tho debutante
daughter of Urlg. Gen. J. U. Aleshlre,
U, S. A., and Mrs Aleshlrc.
Mrs. Dru'd Hill Evans announces the
marriage of her daughter, Elcanora
llayden, to Edwaid Addison Dent. The
wedding took place tn Baltimore, Satur
day, November 2. After November 15,
Mr. and Mrs. Dent will be at homo at
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D. Young and their
daughter, Miss Ilobyn Young, havo
closed their summer place, Cecil Manor,
at Port Doposlt, Mil., and have opened
thtlr residence n P street for tho early'
wntcr. 1 After Christmas they will
probably' go lo' Florida for the re
mainder of (he season.
Miss Young's cousin, Miss Louise
Whntloy, of Alabama, arrived In Wash
ington today for a visit of several
Lieut. Com. Krank D. nerilen, u. S.
N., and Mrs. Ilerrlen will arilvo Tn
Washington about the middle of tho
month from New Haven, Conn., and
will bo the guests of Mrs J. W. Mac
Murray nnd Miss MncMurray.
Col. Bponcer Cosby, 1'. s. A., and Mrs.
Cosby arrived in Washington Boveral
da s ago from Philadelphia, where they
Bpcnt a few days en route from 'Lenox,
Mass, Within tho week, Mrs. Cosbj's
mother, Mrs. Charles n. Shepard, will
airlve In Washington fiom New York
and join her son-in-law and daughter
for the winter.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Garrison McCllntock,
who are making visits In New England
en route to Washington from their
summer nlace In Connecticut, will ar-
I ilco In Washington this week and Join
I their daughter. Miss ICatherlno Mc
I Cllntock. who preceded them and has
opened their residence In Nineteenth
street for the winter.
and Mrs. Myer Singer, of New
York, will arrive. In Washington in a
few das, and will be the guests of
Mr nnd Mrs. Charles Goldsmith, of
Tim Murphy Is back In Washington.
Everybody knows what that means,
for everybody realizes Just how nonular
"Tim" Is In his homo city. Ho has been
having wonderful success throughout
tho country, nnd not n few Washington!
lans havo seen him In such pluys us
"Tho Texas Steer" and "Tho Carpet-1
Dagger," but It Is moro the man and
not the uctor that Capital City peoplo
havo been thinking about, und espe
cially as a youth In this city.
1 hunted up Mr. Murphy yesterday
afternoon Just beforo tho final rehearsal
of "The Stronger Claim." In which he is
to nntlenr llltu oViinlnif ivhnn fill,, tilti,'
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will bo given Its premiere In Washing
ton. I wanted to ask him Just what ho
had been doing tluse many yeais, dur
ing which ho ha given his homo town
tho cold shoulder.
"I djdn't ruilly think that It wus ton
years slnco I'vu been hero," remuiked
Tim, us he ki voted mo heartily.
Many New Faces
Around the Town.
"My, but thn time does III 1 seo so
many new faces about the town, nnd
even )ou 1110 among tho progressive
movement! that havo eomo along since
I was hero last. I spent my bovhood
In the olty nnd hud some pietty good
"I remember when the old Lawrento
Harrett Dramatic Society was fonned.
There was Wilton Laekuyo and Charlie
Hunford now Churlos 11. lliiufnrd.
That was away buck In tho early .VO s.
Guess I must bu getting old.
"Well, that diamntle eoiiipany turned
out some gnat actors-noC In myself, b
any means. 1 hollow that the host act
ors of the little gloup became Micicss-
ful In bus'ness Anil then, ton. I find 1
ono of m old managers hero, still I111I11
and beany. In Kurt (1. Itergei, who Is
manager of the Columbia Theati r,
whole 1 am to appear this week. Mr.
Ilerger took me out In some of i-inl
Smith Russell's ilas.
"I'll never forget a pioditillon tho
Ijiwrence Itarre tt Dram itle Society i,ut
on, and that wus -llox and Cox ' The
name was changed to Hchinldt and
Doyle.' It made a great hit. I plajtrt
"Then we got nuililtloiis and put mi
'ullua Caeser.' lickaie playid .Marc
Anthony, Ilanford played Cnsslus, and
f'lurenci! It. Itheem was tho Hiatus.
1 think 1 carried u spear 1 do re
membor being In the mob scene. Oh! I
toll lun w'o weru ambitious In those
Went in 1883
To Tony Pastor's.
"I somehow got elown to New Yuri;
und appeared at Tony Pastor's In ldV,
doing Imitations of famous actors. Six
years latei I was starred by lloyt In
his farce, 'The Texas Steel.' In which
his wife. Flora Walsh, made such 11
wonderful hit. Since that time my lifo
litis been so busy that I really don't
know wheio to begin to tell vou all the
plays In which I have Hppeaiod.
"Some of those which readily como
to my mind are 'Sam Kettle,' 'Alimony'
that would bo a good one nowadays
'Old Innocence-,' 'A Capitol Comedy,"
Two Men and a Girl," 'When n Man
Marries,' 'David Ganlck,' 'Cupid and
the Dollar' now tin re's a play, or nt
least a title, which never crows old.
It certainly will bo with us always.
"It was In 'The rtachelor's Itomancc,'
In which I came under Mr. Ilergei'H
management Then I played as a star
PJayer Relates What
Has Done in Last
At Our New Store
Beginning Tuesday, Novembci
5, and continuing for one week, wc
will have on display an unusually
fine collection of Chrysanthemums
of the Rarest Varieties. .
Those interested in Chrysanthe
mums "out-of-the-ordinary" should
not miss this exhibition.
We' were the pioneers in Chry
santhemum Shows, and our exhibit
this season excels all previous dis
plays both in varjety and perfec
tion of specimens.
NEW YORK, 1153
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iLsM it $ 4.' '.JLafl&aflsaaVjifl
In M liny, "Mr llpp,' 'Tin Carpet
llsgcer' The Man Kroin Misrnuil,' and
A Conn r In Coffee ' 1 nl.iyiil with Mrs
lisko in 11 play .ailed Piter swallow,'
and tin 11 I was attiai t d to a 1 ! ce 1 all-
eel "I he Glass Iloure-,' nnd I rl.lil that
foi a season. I
'Me mme 1011 nt sinning i'1'iitiiie was j
in iliip'st Jim lilunt.' under Mi Tv It 1 h'
nianageineiit. this fill, at Wallaik'sl
Tlie.itu, New Yfik So ou see I've
bmi lost 11 little busy. And those lire'
onlv the plnvs I 11111 tonjuie up at the
inunit nt s notice fur "U.
How He Took Part
He's Playing Now.
' When Mr llenntil asked 1110 to read
die pall of James O'Domioll Kiltie on I
asked what there was in the p irt that
made him think I cuuM 1 . 1 y It 'Yon
Just take that iil.i) home nntl 10.nl It to
night ami fomo li.it k tonioiiow 11'orulng
mil till me you'll take Mlrteen s pjit.
I won't havo to tell j nti anything In the
mnining. was Mr lit limit's it ply to
no I KUiKnt wait until the moinliu,
but railed him that same liKht
'I t.llil '111 Illicit, I W.lM I" pi. iv tint
Klldeen p.nt If I never do uiiyihiu,; elte
!u life. 1 th:nk I ran play that man to
tho life.' Now thla S'MJi'ii r.tthei ego
tistical, lint It Is lint when I I'xplaln to
'Tor years I h.nl bt en looking for .1
character of gieal strength uml force. I
wanted tills eharaeter to be an Irish
man, just as I hart seen many of them
in everyday life. One who was stioug
of will ti rut muscle us well Ono who
ft light his own battle freim the radio
iir.t' hitl eotifitieieei cvciythlug before
him. One who hurt rlun try tho sheer
force of his groi.t brain and will power
to be 11 ruler within the Kinpp of Ids
n.entul attainments Haven't vou seen
the so men nntl hain't ou meet them'
"That's Just tho kliul of a man Kll
elccu la. Ho not only rules In his husl
nos, but ho has rtlletl his home und
femlly with tit termination that Is ever
& H STREETS'
Bom & vwijrw-,STOWA
Thinks Part in "The Srtonger
Claim" Is One of
saying 'Nothing shall stay the course of
my ambition. I'll have tt at any cost.' "
"NoV, this was my cherished little
fondness, und I never thought I would
got such n part with the peculiar sur
roundings essential to drawing out all
tho detail nnd wealth of chSracterlza
tlnns that such u man as Kltdcen pos
sessed. Character Is Very
Dear to Murphy.
"Hut I must be lucky. I'vo got the
character and what Is more dear to me
than .anything else, I am going to have
thn honor of first depleting this man
right nt home, surrounded by tho over
changing scenes of my youth, and all
that memory recalls of those, early'
"Of course, I'm far from tho greatest
of Mr Dennett's wonderful cast selected
for his first metropolitan offering. Put
1 vo been so carried away with the play
during rehearsals that l'vo rambled on
with that riithuslnsm that a hoy has
with a now toy. Kor I havd gained two
ambitions within tho samo moment.
That's what has made mo so chatty."
And with a gracious smile and a
hearty, gripping handshake Tim Mur
phy, of Washington nnd America, ush
ered mo out nnd in my way.
Miss Creeey This department Is In
debted to 0111 of tho leaders of the
papei for the answer to jour riddle.
Mrs Hrown Dani"Curtscy's Hook of
Guessing Conttsts. ivh!cirmay be hart
at the Congiessional or Curneglo LI
biarles, written by Ellye Howell
Glover, hai npproprlite games for chll
dieii foi every day In the year.
Annoitn This department has no way
of placing people In positions, even the
strtall one uf adrti easing envelopes. Ad
vertisement Is the onlv moans of getting
one, that thlt department cm suggest.
Times Iniilr IX'pnrlmt'nl
e'oul.l eni i,eae tell me of snmMhlnK with
whlrh t't i!e or tUrken Ihe rj.lipffli, hut
wlili li al Ihe sumo llme.wuull bf hurmlesv
l.i Ihe eii-n' VI.OLET It
Ordinary olive oil. If applied to tho
ovebrows eveiv night, with careful
brushing, will stimulate the growth of
the brows and make them dark.
Tlmm Iniulrv Deparlmenl
1 VVht re tire' the l'neresslve Hestliuarlerf
In lids tils"
.' Hun Hie t'lvll Strike Iteilrcmmt Aim.
elation uturi'liineit It lucl! tifne'e. and It not.
1 Stnvtrir I tick till Die thatrnmn' J
The thud tiuestlon which you asked
has been answered In this paper within
the last few days. 1. Hull Moose head
eiuarters are at i'lV, thu Evans building.
'.'. The chairman of tho Civil Service Ilu
tlienient Association Is P. H. Chase, of
Chase's TheC'ex. Knriiie f Senator Dick
Is the uiank r. Mr. Chase will give
11m any furj r Information which you
muv desire ' "
John K. II. and L. E. W. Names of
llrins cannot be ."'von In these columns.
Send a stamped and addresseel envel
ope. If you wish any definite Information.
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WHY THE WILLOW WEEPS.
T was moonlight on lh prairie, and
Iucross the waving sea of grass' came
slowly a long procession. In front
were hundreds of Indian warriors
on horseback, their naked bodies paint
ed In nil colors and on their heads gaudy
bonnets of dyed eagle feathers, lie
hind came, tho baggage, the women
and children, then last of all the prison
ers for this was a war party returning
home. It was many, many years ago,
and the land then knew no one but the
redskins, who roamed about on tho
plains and fought each other to the
death. On this night tho Buffaloes,
for that was the name of tho victorious
tribe, were coming homo ami bringing
with them their old enemies, the
Heavers, as prisoners. Amongst the
prisoners was a young mother with a
babo swung Indian fashion upon her
back. The little one moaned from tlmo
to time, but the weeping mother was
made to tramp wearily on. Presently
tho whole party camped for a rest un
der a grovo by a spring. The Buffaloes
made a feast and the sad Heavers sat
apart tn their sorrow. And In silence
the heartbroken mother hovered over
tho dying babe. A tiny owl fluttered
from Its nest and the mother tenderly
placed It back for she knew how much
tho mother-bird would miss It If It
When the march was again begun
the woman with the sick babe was left
behind In the grove.
"Wo want no moaning women and 111
babies to hinder our 1 1 all," cried the
chief, as ho sprang on his horse and led
tho band out uf tho trees Into the moon
lit prairie. So by the spring the mother
s.it, dumb wlili sorrow and urjnotlrlng
th cband leaving her alone in tho night.
Hut the mother owl knew u thing or
two. Out far Into the moonlight it flew
to the cave of thn nymph of the grove.
Hut the dlBtunco wus fur, und It would
tako tlmo to make the Journey.
Hy thu time thu Indians hud vanished
In the distance tho baby ceased to
breathe. So tho woman Vrupped It In a
blanket and rose to place thu little body
In tho brunches of a tree, which Is tho
way the Indians bury tho dead. On thu
side of thu spring grew a large tree
with strong branches and wide, dark
leaves a beautiful thing us It tossed Its
proud head in the night wind. Hut
when the mother tried to place the
babe In It tho tree shook In anger und
refused to bear the burden.
"Never!" cried the tree, angrily.
"Never will I bear the body of u cap
tive. Place It In tho grass of the
So down on the prairie Bod crouched
tho weeping mother and strove with her
hands to dig a ptucu In which to place
tho child. Hut the ground wus hurd,
and she was too weukene-d by grief to
work. Overcome, she sank unconscious
on the grass.
Kar out on the prairie appeared the
form of n man galloping rapidly to
ward the grove! but u hundred times
faster flew the nymph and the mothcr
owi. As the nymph alighted on tho
ground she saw the sad sight the dead
babe, tho mother still upon tho ground,
the moonlight shining In her face.
Over tho prairie alio could sop tho
father of the child rushing in pursuit of
tho Uuffalocs to rescue his wife nnd
child. In a few moments he would be
at the grove lo find the Infant dead,
the mother 111.
"So you would not shelter a dead
babe, because it wns a captive," cried
the kind nymph, shaking her golden
IT HrTD BECOME THB
wand at tho haughty tree, "ifou think
you nro too fine and great. You wish
to know nothing of life's sorrows, and
help bear no burdens, I will give you a
With her wand she drew a magic
circle around the tree. In a moment
the broad leaves had changed Into long,
narrow, thin ones that drooped In a
sad way around the knotted branches
It had become the weeping willow.
"Weep now for the rest of your life,"
cried the nymph. And the willow bowed
Its heTud and forever It remained
Hut the nymph gave another wavo
of her magic wand, over tho babe,
and It came back to life, holding out
Its armi to Its mother as she opened
her eyes. JubI then a foaming horso
leaned Into the grove and the father
' piung to the ground. And In a few
moments tho happy family was riding
back across the prairie In the moon
light to' their home In the distant hills.
Tomorrow "Tho Talking Roses."
It has been absolutely hown that
rest, fresh air und good food do help
many persons suffering from Tubercu
losis. Hut It must be admitted that the
iilseaso Is seldom moro than "arrested."
Something more Is needed.
Kckman's Alterative Is a medicine
made for tho treatment of Tuberculosis.
It has comiucrtd tills disease again and
again. Often these benefits have been
effected where the surroundings were
not Ideal yet recoveries resulted. Now
we argue that Eckman's Alterative
should be used In overy case of Tuber
culosis, In i.dditlon to good, nourish
ing food and fresh air, which we ail
need. A remarkablo case follows:
"(lentlcrr.en: ThrouKh Eckmann's Altera
tive 1 have been saved from a prematura
grave. On December K, lPtX, 1 taken
with Typhoid Pneumonia. My lung became
very much affected! my sputum was exam
ined and Tuberculoma Jlacllll veM found.
On Ketiruary :l, lttOC, I was advised to go to
Kort Worth, Texas. While there an abaccaa
In my right lung broke and (Uncharged. I
grew worse, and became very much emaci
ated My phjslclan Informed me that t
must go to Colorado a quickly aa pusalble.
1 left Texai June 1 and arrived In Canon
e'lty, June 3, very feeble. After being there
two week, my physician Informed me that
niy ease was hopeleea. Three weeka later
1 returned home, weighing 103 pounds, the
doctor having given me no assurance of
reaching there alhe.
"On July 11. 19CC, I began taking Eck
man's wonderful remedy for Consumption.
Today 1 Weigh 1SS pounds. 1 am atout
ami well and can do any kind of work about
my (lain elevator I have not an ache nor
pain In my lung, eat well, alecp well, and
never felt better "
(Sworn affidavit) AUTHtm WEDB.
Kckman'u Alterative is effecilie In
Hronchltls, Asthma, Hay Kevur, Throat
and Lung Troubles, nnd In upbuilding
the system. Does not contain poisons,
opiates or hnblt-formlng drugs. For
i-alo by o'Donnell's drug etorcs and
other loading druggists. Ask for book
let telling of recoveries, nnd write to
Hck man Laboratory, Philadelphia, Pi.,
for additional evidence.
Phone: Main 4909