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TIIE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1912.
CAMPAIGN OF YEAR
Appointment of Committees
and biscussion of Plans
Features of Meetings.
With the election of officer! by the
Georgetown Association, the appoint
ment of active lommltteei for the year'
work by the Northeast Washington anil
tho North Washington Associations, ana
the discussion In the East Washington
Heights Association of the extension of
water mains across the Anacostla river,
four of the representative bodies of the
city struck their stride In a year's cam
pafgn for Improvement.
Each of these associations has re
forms and Improvements for .Its par
ticular section or the District at largo
that l!l be pressed before Congress and
Name Their Committees
For Work of Season
The North Washington Cltlsen's As.
soclatlon met last night In the parish
house of the Church of tho Advent to
lay plans for the work for tho winter
and to appoint standing committees for
Tho standing committees appointed
vtero: Executive i:. (.. ralmer, K. A.
Nlcss, It. K. Harvey. W. C. Calvert, F.
St. lloadley, W. D. Maoker.zle, 1). J.
Wrlghtsman. Dr. A. D. Cobey, A. Win
ner. MembershipNo. 1, O. F. Willi
tombe. II, F. I'ower, II. I.. Gordon, and
Mo. I. O. J. Ilerg, I. II. Hraden, O. W.
Drown, and F. C. HufThcad; No. 3, H.
W. Tallmnn. C. M. Keefcr, J. F. Htigu
ley, and R. W. Moore; No. 4. H. J. Sher
wood. F. E. Manning. W. E. Hall, and
C O. Itohrer; No. 6. D. 8, Hoover, Dr.
!A. I). Cobey, Dr. F. V. Brooks, and Dr.
M n. Lyon.
Hi ess Washington Topham, M. D.
Klefer, and M. W. Uayllss. Hewers and
water O. It. Evans, C. A. Drake, and
W. Ryan. Fire and police L. II. Farm
er, W. I.. Marsdcn, and A. M. Scott.
Kanltatlon-Dr. W. W. Allrger, It. S.
MofTatt. and 12. 8. Moorehead. Streets,
eldowalks. and lights U J. Matthews,
A. P. nines, J. C Htmmelman, and F.
II. Weater. Schools and schoolrooms
Itev. Hugh T. Stevenson. Mrs. M. A.
Ingraham. and C. II. Mayers. Parks
nd parkings Dr. J. Ilakcr, J. J. I.usky,
ond C. E. Fowler.
Wins Long Fight to
Get District Water
After nearly a twelve-year fight for
fin edcauata water Bupply through the
extension of tho District water mains,
the Cast Washington Heights Citizens'
Association has cause for rejoicing In
the announcement at last night's meet
ing that wsrk has been started on tho
crertlon of a pumping station in Ana
costla. Plans for the extension of tlie water
Mains, as far as Is known now, were
outlined by Secretary David C. Foun
tain. They wVl be Installed in Eight
eenth street to Good Hope road, run
east on that thoroughfare, and will
l,o carried as far as the Stanton School,
in Good Hope, at least.
In order to Impress upon the Commls
rloners the necessity for a further ex
tension of the water pipes, n resolution
was passed upon the motion of the Itev.
James W. Many, calling upon the Dis
trict authorities named to have tho
J.lpes laid In Howeii road from Good
lope oh far. north h the Hultland road.
Determination was reached to try,
and have the. lights restored to tho
roads from which they were removed
some tlmo ago by order of the Com
missioners. The need for these lights
along the Walker loud cspec ally was
emphasized by several members, who
described a lot of automobile traffic
along that highway at night as mak
ing the, highway dangernuB for pedes
trians In Its narrow und dark condi
tion. A report to th's effect will go
to the Commissioners.
Building of Garbage
Plant at Occoquan
Ite'solutlons opposing the building of
a municipal garbage plant at Occoquan,
Va., und unking that the commission
obtain permission from Congress to In
estlgate the most modern methods of
disposing of refuse, were passed at u
meeting of the Xortheast Washington
Citizens' Association lust night. In the
Northeast Templti. The resolution was
pieseuted by Jumes M Wood, chalrmun
of the committee on sanitation.
Another resolution, which was passed,
und which aroused much Interest at tho
meeting vvns a petition that will be for
warded to the Commissioners of the
Dlstilct, asking to amend tho trnfllc
regulations so us to make It a criminal
ortense, punlshahlc with a heavy pen
ally, for the failure of tho operator of
any motor-propelled vehicle to stop his
mr und disclose his Identity when u
pedestrian Is struck.
Thomns E. Will, secretary of. the
Suffrage League of the District. Intro
duced a resolution that the association
should go un recoul as being In favor
of tho right to vote In the District.
Another tesolutlon enacted and which
will be presented to the commission Is
a petition asking for the enacting of
some law tu prevent wnndcrlug bands
of gypsies nnd other such marauding
bands from entering the District.
The following committees for tho year
were appointed by President Evan II
Executive lommltteo Evan If
Tucker, chairman, W J Frlr.zell, B.
Bowerbutts, A. H K Holsten, W. O.
Lang, Dr. I. D Walter, Dr Starr
1'aisons. W S llrunson, James M.
Wood, Dr Perclval Hull,
Committee on proposed legislation
pvan II. Tucker, chnlrmun; W. J. Friz-
In eveiy household you will find among
the toilet necessities some sort of a ger
micide, In the form of either a tublct,
solution or powder. Many of these anti
septic prcpuiatlons contain polsonB.
The valtiu of an absolutely harmless
antiseptic powder, ns compared with a
poisonous tablet or solution, Is apparent
to every one, and that Is one reason
vhy phvsldana everywhere havestrn g.
1 recommended Tyrce's Antiseptic
1 uwdei Dissolve Inatuntlv In Muter,
and when used as a douche Is unexcell
1 I S.'i-cnt p.ukiige makes two gal
lons of standard solution. Hold by drug
i.lst everywhere. Send for booklet and
J. s, Tjree, chemist. Wasalagton, D. C,
sell, Arthur Cowslll, Dr. U D. Walter,
8. Sowerhutts, Dr. Starr Parsons, Frank
P. Mudlgan, Dr. Perclval Hall.
Committee on publicity and mall serv
ice W. J. Frlitell. chairman: A. II. F.
Holsten, T. Haden, U. H. Aschenuack,
Clements Oelbel, II. F Mover, T. Hol
lander, M. Sheehan, Thomas K. "Will,
George F. Hoover, William M. llallcy.
Committee on streets, avenues, and
alleys W. 0. Lang, chairman; Jacob
Freeh, Frederick Krnus, D. D. Ilowen,
J. W. Urahler. Harry Iloeio.1, J. D.
Dundlck, William Cramer, John Jl.
Hawkins, Dale R. Venable, F. A. Nor
Committee on water, lights, and sew
ersA. II. F. Holsten, chairman: J. n.
Harrell, F. J. McDonald. August Weber,
A. II. Chase, J. C. Ewald James A.
Early, D. II. nallant, M. T. Flaherty,
James F. Kelly. L. H. Jenkins, J. Ham
macker. Committee on assessments and appro,
prlatlons W. s. Dranson, chalrmnn: W.
O. Lang. o. I), nose. W. O. Dunne,
Charles p. Peake. II. v Itougny. John
T Roberta, Luther Hall. W. A. Het
tinger. Thomas Holmes.
Committee on parks and spaces Dr.
Perclval Hall, chairman; S. P. Pear
son, q. p. Hyler. Edwin U Hehrnck,
Robert Anron, T, T. Cannon, T Han
Ion, George O. names. William Donald
son, L. p. Rrandon, Gustavo Hartlg.
Committee on schools-Drl Starr Par
sons, chairman; George W. Morgan,
am" Palmer. Robert Rowdier. George
Talbert. M. n. Hopgood. William W.
Conner. Thomas Regan. D. F. McNn
mara, Dr. H. n. Schrclber, J. II. KII-
COmmlttee on sanltnrv affairs James
Wood, chairman; Dr. L. D. Walter,
P. J. O'Day, A. Hleverilng, B. T. Bl
monds. Dr. n. A. Laddon. M. R. Ready,
Dr. W. K. Bradley, Copt. Emll Walter.
Committee on police and flro depart-rnent-Dr.
L. D. Wnlter, chairman; v.
J. Frlixel. William Newland. W. H.
nurch. J, Swanson, T. A. Fulton, s. P.
Mver. J. Sammonds. Dr. Starr Tarsons.
Committee on public conveyances-S.
Sowerbutts, chairman; G. n. Rose,
George W. Carl!. F. P. Graves. M. J.
n!!2.y' ?' ne",Ka"- V. natson.
Charles J. Kropke, E. J. Elwood.
Frank B. Leetch
Elected Head by
Frank P. Leetch will bo president of
the Georgetown Citizens' Association
for the fiscal year 1911-13. Mr. Leetcu
was elected unanimously to the nfllco
last night to succeed Albion K. Parrls,
who declined a fourth consecutive term.
John Hadley Doyle, who also de
clined the presidency because of the
piess of other work, was elected first
vice president. The other officers elect
ed are: Henry S. Matthews, second
vice president: Spencer Gordon, secre
tary, and William M. Dougal, treas
urer. In declining n fourth term as presi
dent of the association Mr. ParrN de
clared that the Georgetown Association,
through lis conservative common senso
action, had won the confidence nnd ap
proval of the Commissioners and Con
gress alike und that tt wishes had been
larcely resrectcd, and, therefore, Its
work fruitful of result. Mr. Parrls de
scribed the present approaches to
Oeonetown as mortifying nnd bespoke
tlm efforts of tho Association to correct
Flunk P. Leetch, In a brief speech of
acceptance oi his new ofllce, outlined a
campaign of action for the ensuing ear
to bring the full measure of benefits
to Georgetown.' He said that he pro-pos-d
to follow the policy that had won
the association a place above all others
In the esteem of tho two governing bod
ies of the District.
Tho election of ofllrers was held at
tlm monthly meeting In Potomac Sav
ings Hank hall Inst night.
Sacred Heart Church
Holds Successful Fair
For the bcnellt of Racred Hcvt
Church, a fair and luncheon Is being
held at National Rifles Armory and Is
meeting with Brent success. Today and
tomorrow an- lngleslde days, and the
women In eharge have picpared nn
but this stops the carN
Your brakes merely serve notice on
vour tires that vou want to stop. If
the tires do not respond you go on.
To insure a stop when you want one.
the treads on your tires must co-operate
with your brakes.
"All the 'brakes are
The Safety Tread does team-work
with the brakes. It makes quick
work of cleaning up a bad situation,
by removing the cause of the skid.
The first bar to touch the street,
rubs a spot clean, under the tire,
for the other bars to grip and hold.
Any way you move there is a
100 branches and service stations and innumerable dealers, everywhere, can
now supply you with this new Safety Tread in any size and to fit any rim.
The B. F. Goodrich Company, Akron, O. Largest in the World
Washington lire Depot 1319 14th St. N.W.
First in Series Illustrating
Sclden Miller, a Philadelphia pianist
and barltono singer, guvo tho first of
threo Interesting recitals at the Play
house yesterday afternoon, this first
program being devoted to Schumann
and Schubert. Mr. Miller Is an excel
lent pianist and a good singer, his
voice being of pleasing quality and well
Mr. Mlllor'a programs are so ar
ranged that those Interested In the his
tory of musical development will learn
much by attending them. Two weeks
hence comes a McDowell-Orlcg program
and four weeks henco a Hrahms-Do-bussy
Through Mr. Mlller'a Interpretation of
Schubert and Bchumann one could per
ceive the relation of the two composers
to each other und their placo In the
development of music In the first huf
of the nineteenth century. Mr. Miller h
manner of presenting a composers
work, four pluno numbers, followed by
four songs, Is well lalculated to give u
listener a correct Idea, enough having
been heurd at one sitting to form an
estimate of characteristics.
The Sehubirt Instrumental group
disclosed the author as writer of good
melody and a world of arWi aecom
punlment. They were songs without
words, and while their pretty little
turns nnd repetitions please, they do
not compel They are now a somewhat
tilte musical farm.
Contrast the effect on an audience of
tho first and third Sotiumann plnno
numbers which Mr. Miller gae. These
cast ii spell somewhat after the manner
of Chopin's music. A Puganlnl Imita
tion was not edifying, however, und the
noviletti', though a favorite. Is scarce
ly worthy of Schumunn, for no good
purpose Is served by such violent con
trast of effects In one composition. In
the voenl portion of the program of
yesteiilay, which everybody cnjuyid,
the Schubert songs were more easily
understood li) the audience. They are
simpler While the Schumann songs
hud more waimth and color, they nre
There was line variety In eaih and
ever gioup, penslveness alternating
with cheerfulness, and Imposing with
sprlKhtllness. At the end of the Schu
bert gioup Mr. Mill" r gue an emote,
n brllllRntlv executed etude, uti.l us a
Ilnule. a simple little Intimate song of
Finch to Speak.
Stanley W. Finch, of tho Department
of Justice, will address the meeting of
the Chew Chase Chapter of the Flor
ence Crlttenton Mission this afternoon
The meeting will be nt the residence of
Mrs Eugene II. Stevens. Melrose street.
Chevy Chase Ills subtect will ! the
white slave trnfllc with tho Investiga
tion of which he Is charged by the At
Gun Factory Bail.
The Naval Oun Factory Rand Pleas
ure Club will give u grand ball to
night In Washington Navy Ynnl begin
nlng nt S 15 o'clock. More than 3i
couples will dunce
fitonfi ihe wheal'
with you" if your car
Best-in the Short-Stop'
straight bar to clean the street
and stop the skid.
This new Safety Tread tire is a
Goodrich Tire thru and thru. It has
Goodrich Quality, Goodrich Unit
Construction and Goodrich Tough
Tread. And it delivers mileage in
Goodrich heaping measure.
Citizens' Association to Give
Awards Tomorrow in Two
The Rhode Island Avenue Suburban
Citizens' Association' wl, award tho
pi lies In Its fourth annual garden com
petition at a meeting to'morrow night
In tho Sherwood Presbyterian Church,
Rhode Island avenue nnd Twenty-second
Btrccl northeast. II. II. Rlcsebcrj, chalr
mnn of the committee on lawns, gar
dens, and parks, will award the prizes.
For tho past four summers the Rhode
Island Avenue Suburban Citizens' As
sociation has awarded valuable prizes
to the citizens having the best lawns,
gardens, and parks.
F. L. Mulford, a landscape expert of
the Department of Agriculture, and ono
of tho Judges In the competition, will
explain tho merits and shortcomings of
the various places visited by the Judges.
The other Judges were Redford Urown,
architect, and Trucman Lanham, super
intendent of parks and treo planting of
Then are thirty-two prizes, uggregut
Ing In valuo moro than I1W. These will
be distributed us follows: Eleven for
rfiounds, ten for la vni, "lx for gardens,
and llvo for Improvement during the
Next Monday night tho l'lncy Ilrnnch
Citizens' Ass'ieliitlnn wll Inward prizes
In its first unnu.il lawn contest, David
Falrchlld, In charge of foreign seed and
itinnt itiirniiiirtlun nf the Deourtment of
Agrlcultuie, will award the prizes and"
deliver un uaarcss on ueauiiiing mo
Ililstow Adams, president of tho
Hh ide Island Avenue Suburban Citi
zens' Association and originator of tho
lawn, giound, and garden competllon
Men among tho Washington citizens'
ua-oc lotions, will be present and tel Ithe
Piney llrunch citizens In an Illustrated
lecture whut can be accomplished by a
filenilly spirit of rivalry among thu
citizens hs to their gardens, grounds,
Mr. Adams is unxlous to see the com
Mtltliin extended nil over the Dlntil:l
of "nlumhln and hopes to see tho other
citizens' associations take up the Idea.
Mr. Adams thinks this method one of
the best vvus for having the city of
Wushlngtnn made moro beautiful.
English Labor Leader
Is 75 Years of Age
Thomas Hurt, the first Labor repre
sentative elected to the llrltlsli parlia
ment. Is sevcntv-IKv venrs old toduv.
Damn IlaIelgh Is seventy ears of
age today, and Preston Leu, 'in pur
governor of Delaware, has nMch I the
age of siwnty-oni! vests. Anod.'e K
forget. Ilrst lieutenant governor of
Saskatchewan. Is slxty-flvc wars old
' District of Columbia Day November 13
1 ut World In Ilnlllmore Thu r'edera-
t'on nf Ministers have selected the
llitltlmore & Ohio Ilnllruud for this
till', and will use special train leaving
Wushlngtnn at 9..T0 A M., running di
ne I to Mt. Ituyal Statiiri. within a
few minutes' walk of th- Lyrla Thea
tre, where this great Mlss'onury Ex
hibit Is hi Id Tickets good going unly
mi spctliil, und to riturn on eMc!al at
r. 30 I' M also nil regular trains sume
d.iv Jl US fur the itiiind trip. HIiWAIll)
TAltl'.IVH. 1331 1' atr.-et X W -Advt
REINS PLACE AT
Differences With Secretary
of State Hinted at as
Charles Page Rrynn. ambassador from
the United States to Japan, has re
signed. This was disclosed bv the State
Department yesterday afternoon. It Is
the common report that Mr. Hryan rel
signed bevause of differences with Sec
retary of State Knox, coming to an
Issue while the Secretary of State was
In Japan to attend the funeral of the
late Emperor Mutauhltd.
Mr. Hryan entered tho diplomatic
service fifteen years ago. Ho was ap
pointed minister to China In 1897, min
ister to Hrnzll In IMS, minister to
Switzerland In 1902, minister to Portugal
In 1903, minister to IJelglum In 1909, and
ambassador to Japan In August, 1911,
The ambassador to Japan obtained
leave of absence from his post before
tho death of tho Japanese Emperor, and
then made plans for returning to
America by way of Siberia and Europe.
An official statement declares that Mr
Hryan's action Is taken as a result of a
carriage accident, which may make
necessary an operation which would In
capacltuto him for further duty at his
DOCTORS, ARE YOU
This rrrpnratlnn Makes No Exorbi
tant Claim, but Dcscttcs
Wlitn a preparation la dlacmcred abroad
whlrti attain remarkable aucceaa In treat
Ins all tllaeaiea of the lunics, and U acnt to
tliia country with Iniloraement frutn the med
ical prnfeailon of Kurope. Inclu'llng I)r Huso
Taiidx, the famous peclallit. then It I
lime i jt uociori in thu country to gj it
Thla preparation la Hlrolln. a Kwlaj Item
ed), that In IWU Ifliri' llm In this munlrv
l has already i .11,11. hf.1 Iti.lf aa extremely
i iMiuiiuie in ireaiing uiaeaaea or ttie lunfa
Any one. n's.tors Inrluiled. ran obtain all
rteilrvd Information about Klroltn bv adilreaa-
Inn the Kln.iln !.,.: Wen llrnada. New
I Vork niv Jamr, o'ltonn-II. !M p afreet
IN W 2"1 1'ennayliqnla ave a K., Kicker
, Hi seman. lwi y at. .v v . and all leaitlnx
'iiu,,i. nil- i.tMiril'll
utlng Hlrolln with on
Old Time Flour
Equal to Any
Use Plenty of Water and
1-2 bbl. Sack $2.75
1 -4 bbl. Sack $1.40
1 -8 bbl Sack 70c
1-1 6 bbl. Sack 35c
6 lb. Sack - - 1 8c
8 lbs. New Buckwheat r r
Choice SeeJed Rai
sins, per large pkgj. ..
Fancy Yellow Onions,
Fine Apples, eating or
cooking, per pk
$1.00 Tea, any kind, A(
per lb y.
Pound Cake, per (Lf
Fruit Cake, per liC.
3 loaves Star of the 1A.
East Bread for I"t
Maracaibo Coffee, per n r -
Large, New, Fat Mack- r -erel
Other Stores 19 in All
No young woman, In tho Joy ot
coming motherhood, should negleot
to prepare her system (or the phys
ical ordeal she Is to undergo, Tho
health ot both herself and tho Com
ing child deponds largely upon tho
caro sho bestows upon herself dur
lug tho waiting months. Mother's
Frlond prepares tho ozpoctant moth
er's system for tho coming ovent,
nnd Us uso makes her coinfortablo
during jll tdD ter-n. Tho baby, too,
Is or apt io ' r perfect and strong
Tvher th .notLoi has thus pre
pared '.oraolf for nature's supremo
function. No better advice could
bo given a young expectant mother
than that she
uso Mothor's TVf nnruriVc
Frlond; It Is a JjjIWjfl I1LK3
medicine hat JPCJ' ICrrntTTJrti
has proven Its JKILIlJU)
value In thou
sands of cases. Mother's Friend Is
sold at drutr stores. Wrlto for froo
book for expectant mothors.
BRADFUL0 REGULATOR CO.. Aduu. C
jjt ifi 2?h in
BIG BEAM KILLS .
Henry Berry Caught Be
neath Mass of Falling
Thi flrat fatal accident on tho new
l'oatofllce, being constructed nt the cor
ner of North Cuidtol and Maaaachuncttit
avenue, todlc place thm mornliiK. when
Henry Horry, u atructur.il bridge and
iteel workir, employed by tho Mc.Myler
Interstate Conatructlon Company, wa
almost Inntnntly killed when the beam
of a derrick carrying a thrce-and-n-half.
ton load fell. Rtrlklnc him on the head.
He waa about thirty years old nnd lived
with his fnthor at IMS Hair street.
It Is said the accident was caused
by tho parting of the line that holds
tho boom on the derrick. When tho
link (tavo way. tho boom dropped,
falling on the beam, breaklnr It. Th
beam struck Uerry, killing him. The
heavy load of Iron Just cleared him.
Had It struck him he would have been
crushed to a pulp.
There was no work done on tho Job
after the accident, as nil of tho Iron
workers quit out of respect to tho
memory of their co-worker.
Here Under One Roof
The Materials for Your Winter Garments
and The Machine to Make Them With
54-Inch Cloakings $1 59
To Sell at AVt
One of the most remarkable, if not the most remarkable.
Cloaking offers ever made. The more you examine the goods and
compare them with others sold for a third more anywhere else,
the more you will appreciate the wonder of these goods at Si. 59 a
yard. Two lots to select from ALL-WOOL ZIBELINE CLOAK
INGS in brown, cadet, navy, and black, and REVERSIBLE
CLOAKINGS, with handsome plaid and check backs q-t j-q
all 54 inches wide and choice, a yard blD7
Reversible Polo Cloakings, all wool, 54 inches wide, in navy,
brown, tan, and gray, with beautiful Scotch plaid on
reverse side. Great value, a yard yJ(UU
Dress Goods Store Street Floor.
Just received 25 new
shades and black in our
good 30-inch Lining Satins
that we feature at, a yard,
Lining Store Street Klooi
30 Leading Department Stores Combine
tM) Krri:n thi: must iiitii-iir..WMi.c. -m(i.m:v-smnc
uvit ii:ii ini:i:vri:i to thi: pi ni.ic. so wk -n :o
Sewmachines IlP'f ?. $29.50
If nut prepared In pa the full
r make IMSY TKHMS aa
Our Share Was
V.E..RJ? LAI'I'ownD TO AnvnimsR thi: nami: wi:
ACimiUU NOT TO DO SO. HUT IT IS. ON KVHHY MAlMIlNi:. with
the regular fnctory guarantee, backed bv our guur.intee of satisfac
tion and service. Think of the best maihino that vou know of. then
see these at 159.50. and you will Mnd the machine vou want In the sale
rhe finest woodwork, very best cases, new and perfict. every ono
worth the full price Thev nave the most Improved sewing conveni
ences, such ns the new disc tension, nutotratic bolilil,, wlndei, posi
tive take-up, self-threading shuttle, nuto-llft drop head, bnll bearings
and a. full set of the best steel attachments. Huch also fully guaran-
All have six drawers Now Is VOUH chance. Don't wait. The ma
chine vou want Is here
COMR TOMOIlItOW, Let 0111 experts demonstrate, these great val
ues to you. Minn i.i:ssns.
Kann's Sewmachlne Store Third Floor
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday Opportunity Days at the
Another Lot of $1.50 to $4 Picture Frames at 25c
Samples and Odd Lines From Two of the Leading Framo
Makers of America.
Wo iloscd the entire sample und surplus lots Hum these makcis,
thut Is win ot.r thiee-dnv prlio Is m little Itaiely handsome frumns
hut would rtnolly sell at full prkes, hut that Is not our wuv. Vol'
'Hl'invi: ei rv udantagi of our sperlal purchases In our lowered
I lies These flames nre all of hardwood, In gilts, browns, blinks
iiahoranj, etc In sixes from Slu up to 2bH Imhos, with molding
uuglug from 1 to 4 Inches Now Is the tlinn for vou to huvc vour pu
nes rrnintrii 101 .nias guts -leinen ner. tins nruo ur thico dins f)K
IMhiIip any .7.o
Don't Scold Cross,
If tongue is coated, stomach sour,
breath feverish, bowels clogged,
give "Syrup o Figs."
Mother! look at tho tongue! r if t
Is coated. If your child Is listless,
drooping, Isn't sleeping well, Is rcallets.'
doesn't cat heartily or Is cross, Irrita
ble,' out of sorts with everybody, stom
ach sour, feverish, breath bad, hat
stomachache, dlarrhooa, sore throat, or
Is full nf cold. It means the little one's
stomach, liver. Slid 30 feet of bowels ate
filled with poisons and clogged up waste 4
and need a gentle, through cleansing at
dive a teaspoonful of syrup of Kim.
nnd In u few hours the foul, dneiiy nK
constipated matter, undigested fur,i an,l
sour ttlo will genllv move on and out
of Its little bowels without nausea, rrlp-
Ing or weakness, and you win surely
havo a well and smiling child shorto
With Syrup of Klgs you aro not diug.
glng your children, being composed en-
tireiy OI lUBCIuu. ik. ,,,,fi, ami nil,.
matlcs It cannot be harmful, besides
thev dearly love Its delicious taste
Mothers should always keep Sfrup of
Figs handy. It Is the onlv stomach,
liver, and bowel cleanser and regulator
needed-a little given today will savo a
sick child tomorrow.
Full directions for children of all aget
nnd for grown-ups plainly printed on
Ask your druggist for tho full name .
Syrup of Figs und Elixir of Senna,"
prepared by the California Fig Syrup
Co. This Is tho delicious tasting, genu
ine old relluble. Ilefuse anything else
$2 Black Satin
The Most Talked-of
Silk, of the Scaspn
BuyTomor- $1 OQ
row, a yd. 1 tfcil
One of tho Items that could
not Bet Into our Sumluy sale an-
I IKIUIILI-lllt-lll, MU. JUII IIIUJ t.UI-
sliler this the "ilefsert" of tin
Wb silk menu already Klven In
fiOii ards onlv, so tlfose who
desire, a share should ffet here ns
early as possible
to Inches wide nnd In a soft,
bountiful quality. Iilack only,
hut it lustrous and Rood Iilack.
Silk Store Street Floor.
:: $1.00 Week '
Itecently ono of the lnrtreit and
best known Sewmachlne fac
tories decided to sacrifice all
their surplus of best models
l'rocedent wits thrown to tho
four winds. Never before In their
career of over to years' inanu
fucturlnv. making as hlRh ns
1,200 machines In a da of the
Intest and finest sewmai hlneo,
have thev over Mild out suoli ma
chines Hut they would s.'U onlj
the lot nnd not partH of It Thli
ty loading stores roinhined their
purchasing strength und bought
nit lYiiuie lui
Just 89 Machines