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THE WASHINGTON TDIER, SATTnnAY. NOVEMBER 16, 1912. '
Protestant Churches of the
City Will Emphasize
Need of Work.
One of tlic busiest periods of the year
ult.i tliH Washington churches will 1m
the c-omlnK week "IIoim Missions of
the I'roltitaiit I'liurrlies of America"
Mill be the I'tlnclpul theme In over IUJ
title, 'ncludliiR Washington. The llav.
(Samuel II Wooilrow. pustor of the first
t'oncreKatloniil f'liurc.i of thin city, uj
one of the prime movorB In KOttlng tho
1'ioteste.nt churches In America to ob
tervt "Homo Mtss'on Week." In ncl
lltlrn t emphusls, which will be (riven
from many pulpits tomorrow, fifteen
meeting will ue held at the Ijtithsr
I'Iiiom Mrr.inrl.il ( hurch anil at the First
Tl.i iinnintl i oiivenilon of the I'olum
ll.i llnplls' Assnelutlnn will be hclil
Motnlav. TucMliiy, Wednesday, and
Tlt'.iisduv This iifcioc'utlon In the rep
lesentnllve body of all the llaptlst
hurcliPi In the illy The sessions will
1! held at the Mi tropolltan llaptlst
Onirch. With mill A streets northeast,
biRlnn iib Monday nWht. Tuesday, Wed
nivriav. and Thursday morning after
noon and evenlmt sessions will be held.
SmcIhI seiv'ecs anil sermons will bo
KUen In most of the I'intestunt niitl
ittliolle ihiiieheK tomoriniv mnrnltiK
Morning Sermon Topics.
Bulijeets annoiiiiird for niomliiR ser
monH arc nn follows.
'i'Tllf..TV "f ' " H'O '". Kred.
'IckW. Johnson. (Ir.uc Il-iptlst Church,
il o clock.
'Into the Love of (lol." the Hev. l:.
llez Bvvem. I'entinnliil lluptlst Church.
11 o clock.
"Darkness and I.IkIiI," the ltev John
nmntoii II ill. Metropolitan Ilaptlnt
t hurch II ocloi k
"What Shall Wi. fio?" tu. n,.. in.
ron Mmvlett, Seinnd Ilaptlnt Church,
"An lucid, nlnl .Mlr:i"l and Its Les
sons." the ltev. Mr. ( h'rttest Smith,
t Thomas" l.'plsropal Church, 11
"The T1.1II of lifstitietlve Heresies."
the !te Hr. Jiunes Slu-ra MonlKomei v,
Metropolitan Methodist Kplscop'al
I'htireh, 11 o'clock.
"Our Countr. Uod a Countr." the
ltev 1)1 Sjtnuel II. Woodiuvv, rirst
Conjrrccatlonal ( hurch, II o'clock.
"America, a Pi u Idi ntlul Possession."
the Ite Joseph M. M ilra. llainllue
Methodist episcopal Chinch, 11 o'clock.
"Tin. War In the llalkans," the Hev.
Jir John Van Sehulck, Jr., Church of
Our Father II o'clock.
"Uahinm'H Ass rlpcaklne " the rtcv.
Dr. Trunk Hen ell, the New I'hurch, II
"rnele K.itn's Home Mlsilou.iry Prob
lem," the Hev. J W Krlxzell, Ingram
Memorial Church. II o'i lock.
Imraanuel Church Growth.
Inimanuel Ilaptlnt Church tvlll begin
tho year 1313 with the bilgblent Pro
spects. Hlncc the eHtubltahment of the
church seven yeara ago the nietntierehlp
ban grown to S9I, with an Incicase of
116 within the last twelve months. The
Hlble school tun grown from an enroll
ment of 113 In 1W7 to a prcsmt enroll
ment of W3. The school la now tho
sixth largest In tho city. On Tuesday
jilght, the third mutual roll call anil
dinner of the church was In Id, with
about 300 tnembeiH ptcsent. A turkey
dinner, furnlaheil by Uto women of tho
cliurch, waa hlghlj enjoyed.
A report read at thin meeting allowed
that the church owns property valued
at Jll.l.non. More than l.'.WW waa shell
during the past eur for benevolent pur
The pastor, the ltev llerninn H. lMnk
bam, preaches tomorrow night at H
o'clock on "Jonah, tliu Man Who Ran
Aniiy From a Duty."
The rxlii'iit for men of St. ratnek s
parish, which haa been In progress tbla
week, will end tomonow night at 7 31
o'clock with a reception of member
Into the League of (loml hhuplierd.
Tho ltev. Joseph I' Tinner, C. H. S. It.,
will preach tho aeinion. Tho papal
lilesslngs will he given.
The concluding aenlces In the ce'"
biutlon of the forty-ninth anniversary
of Shlloih llaptlst Church will tuko
plac tomorrow, when the pastor, the
ltev J. Milton Waldron, will preach
siKclal aeiinoua. one In tho morning and
the olrar at night.
Col John Dean, principal of the Snlvu
tlon Ainn Tiulnlng College of New
Tmk, will (oniliirt special meetings at
the nimv boll, 'SM IVimajlvanla ave
nui northwest tomorrow and Monday
n'ghli at x 'o'clock. Colonel Dean has
but ii an officer of the Milvatlon Army
lul lb ill veal a. I In la a native of
l.oixiie i 1 truce, aaalstant auperlu
tuiilent for the colored public achoola
in" ihn Mis rlil of Columbia, will deliver
nil uildieaa tomoiroi. evening at 6
ii dock in lb. Flfhenlli street l'resbi
ter'nn Chinch unrtei tne ausplcea of the
i MivtlHii llndeavor Society. 'The Mali
,ni of a Man" la his subject. A inushul
liiwrr'iin will be given
Did llabiaui'a ass talk" A rational ex
planation and timely moral application
or this Inrldent lecorded In Numbers,
chapter .'.'. will be ghen b the Tlcv. Dr.
Flunk Unwell In his sermon tomorrow
niomlng at II o'clock In the New
Chuiih, SKteentli and Corcoran etreets
northwest Ilia subject will be, ''Ha
laam's Ass Speaking"
The apeilul si rvlcea that have been
held al the roundry Methodist epis
copal Chinch this week have been so
Inigely attended that It haa been de
cided lo continue, them through tho
POCKET BOOK DIRECTORY
CONTAINING FULL DESCRIPTION OF
Washington sMostPopular Apartments
:.12:l 14th N(. N. w.
Htta aud Cllftou Sis.
3rd anil i Nla. N. V.
I'Jth iiliri 3ld. Ave. S. V.
70 Ithoilc Islnnil We. .V Vt .
coming week. Klght o'clock Is the
hour set for the meetings.
As the result of the special gospel
meetings held at the Fifth Ilaptl.it
Church this week, many converts have
signified their Intentions of Joining the
church. Tomorrow night a majority of
the new members will be baptised. Af
ter baptism the pastor, the ltev. John
K. llrlggs. will preach tho concluding
sermon of the scries or meetings on
"The Friends of the Home," In contrast
to the sermon last Hunday night on
"The Enemies of th Home."
The next meeting of the Sunday School
Institute of the Diocese of Washington
will be held Tuesday nlgiit at 7:30 o'clock
In the Kplphany parish hall. The sub
jects for discussion will be "Tho Import
ance and Value of Sunday Behool
Work," by the ltev. Q. Otis Mead: and
"The Practical Value of the Sunday
Schools of Today," by the Ilev. Dr. W.
W. Smith, with the new Walter Wil
liams as the eil5 Int,.
The Hev. Fredeilck W. Iohiion i .
tor of the Ornce Ilnptlst Church, Ninth
street nnd South Carolina incline anuin
rnst, will preach tomorrow night on
"The Itlse and Fall of Mohammedan
Ism." This s'lPlnl ! eIl te.l ' '
of considerable kiteiest, as It will deal
In n ureal meusuie with the s'iiivhIi'
In the Ilalkiins bitwecn the Christiana
nnd the Moh.inimdans.
Organize Meetings to Be
Held Here Each Sunday
A congregation nt the ser' Ices of
which no collection will be taken and
which will hold Hundiy afternoon meet
ings thioughout tho yu.ir In the audi
torium of New Masonic Tempi.
Thirteenth street and New York ave
nue, has Just h'cu organized bv u num
ber of la; men Interested In the further
ing of religious work heiu
The new oiganlzatlon, which lj non
sectarian, will be known as tho Wash
ington Temple nnd It la announced,
that at the Sunday afternoon discourses,
which will begin ot 3 o clock, encll
week, men piomlnent p Illble study
work In different parts of tho country
will deliver the address.
The meeting tomorrow afternoon will
be addressed by (1. II. Itamond, of
New York, vvhoae subject will bo "Why
Uod I'ermlts Kvll."
The services have, been held for some
werka past and those prominent In the
work recently decided they would make
them permanent. Large audiences are
attending each Sunday afternoon and
It Is expected that they will stwdlly In
ireaae. The new organization will not afflllato
with any otlur.
Missions of District
Plan to Feed Poor of
The ilonpel Mission and the Ceulial
t'nlon Mission lire planning lo see thai
the poor and needy people of Wash
ington have a happy Thanksgiving Day.
These two missions have for yeara fed
hundreds of unfortunate men, Aonien,
and children on this day, nnd hope, this
year to care for Iheni even better than
ever before. '
Howcvir the work of the two missions
nn this day Is limited to wliat Is con
tributed bv those who enjoj theli '101111
Thanksgiving more In knowing that
thev have provided iiImi for thote who
would otherwise pass the da In hungi r.
All persons desiring lo help make tly
dav a happy one for iiinie poor p.'r.'ion
are urged lo help the two missions In
Pays $80 Taxicab
Bill to Get Free
Hoco Suiha, charged with running up
a taxicab bill of M) and then refusing
to pay for It, was released by Judge
l'ugh In the DIMrlct Police Court today,
on bis personal, bond, after he had paid
The taxicab driver stated that Sucha
employed his cab yesterday and rodo
about the city In It for fourteen hours
When the lime came tu pay the bill
Kucha refused and the driver called an
Sucha, who has lost biv h hands and
has In their place two hooka of steel,
stated that he arrived In Washington
from St. IaiiiIs eslerdav and proceed
ed to celebrate
Name Class Heads.
W II. Harton, of Idaho, Is president
of the Junior i'uss of the (Jeorge
WashlnKton I'nlverslty law achool,
Paul Anderson, of Illinois, la vice
president, W It Fitch, of North Da
kota la sccrctnry, and H. K. Wolley,
of I'tah. la treasurer. The annual
election of officers waa held last night
In the new Masonic Temple.
Funeral services for Henry Norrls
Copp were to be held at the First Con
gregational Church, Tenth and O streets
northwest, nt 3 o'clock this afternoon.
Interment In Itoek Creek Cemetery.
MRS. SARAH A. HARDY.
Funernl services for Mrs Sarah Aman.
da Huidy, widow of William C Hardy,
will be held tomorrow afternoon at her
lesldence near Kensington, .tin., 10 no
followed with services at 3 o'clock at
Finest fJIen Chapel. Interment private.
The last rites for Marietta Plant, who
died vesterday at her home. 2D05 Georgia
avenue northwest, will lie held at 9
o'clock Monday morning at the Church
of the Sacred Heart to be followed with
Interment in Alexandria, va.
The funeral of George Sims will bo
held nt 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at
Congress M. E. Church. Interment
No. of Rooms
1. :. and 3
a B St.
4. E. and
15 B Bt,
A. O. Bliss
15 B St.
1 to 4
A, O. Bliss
t5 B Bt,
rec hall and
Thos. II Melton,
i:tventli arid 11 sis.
President Moses Declines
Re-election and Successor
With the election of new ofllcers and
a new board of dlreilots, the new Jiaf
of lite P.nard of Truile haa begun. IM
ward II. I)i 1,0:1. president for this .viar
mild toda he expected lo have his co11-
mlttees nppo'nted anil the lliuid 01
Tiadc In complete working older bv the
latter part of nixt week.
Mr. Droop sa'il the selictlon of thu
committee to have ehnigi of the Mc
Millan Paik extension plan. authniUeil
' stcrday, would be left practically In
the hands of Arthur C. Mosi s, l Hiring
incident, who will be chub man ot the
cmimlttee. It Is expected thai the cam
pilgn will he rarrled on with renewed
vlgi r, now that the organization of the
bcaid and other matters have been dis
. M. Droop Elected.
Following tho positive refusal of
Arthur C. Moses to stand for re-election
to the presidency, as announced
exclusively In yesterday's Times, Mil
ward II. Droop, for several years
treasurer of the board, more rcccntlv
first vice president, and always an
active worker In the organization, wiih
unanimously elected 10 Ui highest
office by the board of dlrtclors when
they met In the library of the Wlllard
yesterday afternoon, al t 15 o'clock.
The other offlcera elected were Aldls
H. Browne. Ilrst vice president. H. C.
Graham, second vice preanlent. John
William Kynon, secretary, Chris Gock-
eler, treasurer; John II Lamer, gen
eral counsel, William M Shuater, as
After the ofllcers had been chosen
Chris Oockeler moved that suitable
resolutions be drafted, expressing the
thanks of the board for the tuagnlll
cent services rendered h Mr Moses
during his short term as president.
A motion. Introduced b Wllllnm II.
Singleton, and passed by tho board,
emphasized the Importance of the Mc
Millan I'arK exienston plan, aim kii
tbnrtzcd the unnolntmenl of a largo
committee, with Mr Moses as chair
man, to carry rot warn tne worn.
As soon as he ban called for nomi
nations for presldint Mr. Moses took
the floor and said thai he hoped hla
friends who hud Insisted that he stand
for re-election would not put hint In
nomination, as It would be Impossible
for him to serve at this lime.
"I think everv loyal member of this
board should have II In hla heart to
be at some time president of the
Hoard of Trade," said Mr Moses "I
hardly feel that I have served, and
some day 1 may run again, but now
It Is Impossible, anil I hope 1 will not
Nominated By Gude.
William F. ilude put IMward II Droop
In nomination, pointing out thai Mr
Droop was at all times an active worker
In the hoard and was also president of
the National Piano Dealers' Associa
tion. The Hoard of Trade should be
proud to have him at Its head, said Mr.
Theie were no further nominations,
and It waa moved and inrrl'il that Mi
Droop be dieted unanimously. In tak
ing the chair. Mr. Droop said he hoped
he could do something of good for the
lionid and for Washington He a.ild in
a bialy of this kind iinll of thought
purpose, and action was Impossible, hut
that he hopid the members would be ai
nmlcnblo as possible In settling their
differences. He pledged hla best efforts
to the syecchs of the Hoard of Trade
For firs', vice president Udell H. Smllli
nominated Aldls II. Ilrown, who hi
unaiilmousl.1 elected John I. Weaver
nominated K C (iraham for aeiond
vice president, anil when 11 bei ame
known that Mr flrnham would iicci pt
another term In this ofilce. that eb' -ttnn
waa also matin tmanlmoui. For
aicretary ' 1 11 1 ni F. Oude nominal"!
the present Incumbent. William J. K
non, who was unanimously elected.
Chris (lockeler was nominated for
treasurer by John I.. Weaver. John Jnv
Kdson nominated John II. Lamer for
general counsel, and this election wan
unanimous, as wns that of William M
Shinier for nsslstunt secretarj.
The Hoard of Trade committee on
public health will meet Monday at S
o'clock to arrange for a '.our of Inspec
tion of Center Market.
Henry Gassaway Davis
Reaches Ninety Today
This Is the ninetieth birthday or Hen
ry Oassaway Davis, who was the
Democratic nominee for Vice President
In 19M, and Is one of tho best known
politicians of the old school In the I'nlt
ed States. He has lived 'n Washington
for sonie ears. He probably Is the old
est citizen of the I'nlted States taking
an active part In tho public affairs
Since the civil war he has held many
public offices and has served two terms
in the I'nlted States Senate as Senator
from West Virginia. lie was also a
member of the West Virginia legisla
ture for many years. At present ho Is
giving much attention to the efforts of
his grandson. Davis Klklns. to return
to tho I'nlted States Senate. In which
he served by appointment for a short
time following tho death of his father.
Stephen 11. Hlklns. Mr. Klklns now as
pires to tho seat of Senator Watson,
whose successor will be elected by the
West Virginia legislature this whiter.
On the Heights. 14th st.
car line Janitor servlc.
Fine location. All con
veniences, lllh it. car
In the heart of business
section. .Iniiltor service.
G st. car line.
lllh and 14th
llent sml hot ,atcr. rltitrlc
lights, trl?phne and tele
graph Nervier from building,
janitor, nrmrlmrnts pt-n (nt
tngpretton: 1t fl.'nr frnnl s,t
MISS RHODA HEY
Many Cases Disposed of
in 'I own Near
nocKVII.I.i:. Mil.. Nov. lfi.-John
Thomas Mercer and Miss Hhoda Onley,
both of Washington, and Arthur Call
son mill Mlsa Elizabeth Ciowdti, both
of Hlchmond, Vn., vveie tnariled In
Among the cases disponed of In the
I It cult com t which convened hetc 11
few dnjs ago, are the following: M, J.
drove I. line Companv against Htalnard
II. Wat iter, Jr., Judgment In favor of
the plaintiff for l(3; Oscar K. Poole
ngulnst Walter A. (Hcgg, lodgment In
favoi or the plaintiff for tilt "; Will,
lam It. iletzctidannot' ngiilusi Alglu P,
(Ireeg, judgment in rnvor of the plain
tiff for t-ViW. (leorge F. Llnthleum
against Charles i: and Frauds ('. i,,s
well. Judgment In favor of the plaintiff
for t-ii.!.Vi; Samuel p. Shadle against
Kc) stone lii-alty Company, Judgment hi
lavor of plaintiff for $31. W; Leonard
llnjs and others against .urliurlnli S.
l.oy and Florlne M. Mornlngstar, Judg
ment In favoi of the plaintiffs for
I.W.o;,, Leonard llus nnd othets
ngiilusi David S. Ward, Judgment In
favor of the plaintiffs for '.ii.nr; Itobctt
II Hosklnson against the Washington
ami Hockvllle Itnllwa) Companv, dis
missed. Motitgomerv Powei Company
against (ieorge M. Clssel und Maryland
Insurance Company, dismissed; Itebee
ta Watklna and Vernon II Watklns
ngalnsl Ilaltlmore and Ohio Itullroad
Companv, removed to Prince (leorge
county, Fannie V. Ilaker against John
II Hodges, dismissed.
Linnaril lloss, colored, Is In fall here
awaiting trial on a charge of stealing
a watch from 11 . I Mil. of llethesda,
this iiiuutv, nearl two jeara ago.
Ilernard Atwell, twenty-three ears
old, ot Ix-esburg, Va , and Miss Mar
garet Mary Ilevenner, aged twenty-one.
of Ashburu. Va., were married 111 Rock
A license to murr has been lisucd to
Charles It. Heed and Miss Ada Kin. lie.
both of (Jallhcrsluirg.
.1 Dawson Williams, treasurer of the
Democratic campulgu committee In the
recent campaign In this county, has
published a statement of the receipts
by hint of lontrlbullons to the cam
paign fund The fund atnuuntcd to
The eount.v 1 otntnlssiouers have re
appointed Henry D. (iardlner, Harry
ItlRgs, William V Itnbertson. F.lenzar
Hay. and Charles ,1. L)ikIano trustees
of the county almshouse.
Major Wholley's Funeral
To Be Held Next Week
The remains of Major John II. Whol
!. Second I lilted Stales Infantry', who
died at Fort Shifts! Hawaii, recently,
will reach Washington Wednesday, No
vember 30, and will be burled In At ling
Ion National Cemetery. Information has
been received by the I'nlted Spanish
War Veterans of this city that the body
will .ur.ve in ,n Fr.inclco on tho
transport Thomas nrobubu tuiim
I Major Whollev Is well known In the
1 1' pltal htt-iiiise hi was on dutv al the
IV. 111 Colli ge for a number of je.irs
prior to gnltic to Honolulu He dis
tinguished himself In the Philippines.
Stomach Sour? Got
'Tape's Diapcpsin" will make your
disordered stomach feel fine
in five minutes. Time It!
If what vmi Just ale Is sourlnr- on
rour stomach or lies like u lump of
leal, tef using to digest, or jou bell It
gas snd cructati f.mir. iin,iir.in.i r 1
or have a feeling of dizziness, hcuit
liiirn, fullness, nausea, lud iai 1.,
mouth, nnd fctotnach heudacho ibis is
A fllll I'uun ..f U.tn.. u I . I.. .... ..
only fifty cents und will thoroughly
cine jour out-of-otdcr stomach, ui.l
leave sufficient about the house In cae
some one else in the family may surfer
1 urn Dtvuiuiii uuuiiii- or uiuigesuon.
Ask your pharmacist to show jou the
fnritii)),, nlntt.l,. ,i.ln,.,.i .... .1... .,....
.... ........ ,. ..,,,; ll,ltl.-U 1JII lfI.U llllj
ctnt cases, then vol will understand
IV liv riMntifl,, ,!. 111. I.i nt nil t.l.. ..
go, aud wh they usuallv telteve sour.
....-w-.i.,vi iwi,itti.iia i,r iiiuigesiiou 111
nve uunuies. iituiicpsin Is hannles.i
(111) liiulm lltn unit -Is ll,,.M.,U ..!. 1 .
"tntvn nni iiiiiii;i UlUUhil I'lll'I) tMlfM
tontalna .mner HUfilcliMit to tllKirat ami
all the fond ou eat, bpMdtn, Il male
vrtil irt tn tliA tuVitn . ,l . 1. ....lit -
petlte; but, what will pleiiov yuu mHi,
iu tinit iaii . in -.. t . i. ... t.
wis nut irti (l l tiur HigillilUii
ami InttBtliHB ate (-Umim and I ret 1 1 mil
nil tilll n.it nnail i. ..... . t .1. . .
.1UU ..... iinv i.en. n it-nun iu IdaiMCS
or llvir pills for bllIou8m-8s or con
This city will have inativ Dlapepslu
viwunn, o d iiiiu "PIC Will CUll naIU,
but you will be cranky about this splen-
.ii,i ii,v,fiinv.ii ii riuiiiiiuil, 100, II V oil
ever try a little for Indigestion or t;aa
Iritis or any other stomach miser)
Oet some now, this minute, nnd for
ever rid jnurself of stomach trouble
veiv lnrk ve. and l.llli SI.
Ilemilar l-iiniln Afternniin Ilia.
rtiurses, nn-"eetarlan. All Invited.
3 P. M.
o ( ollr'tltn.
l. It. (H IKIIUII,
815 ICth s: V IV.
Hear Stories of Great Blazes
at "Prevention Day"
Fifty thousand pupils of the District
Ptiblk schools wmt through Hi"
drills In the school building, yester
day, to eonvllicu Fire I'hlef Wngn-i'
that they had been well trained, It
vns "l'lre l'ri ntlun Dav" and
stories of gnat blnaes, atith as 'lie
I-ondon fire and conflagrations In
Chlingo, Boston, and Baltimore vvt t
lslls were inadr to lire houses. Hie
a.vstem of flrt nlntms wns esplalned.
nppnintus examlred und the different
methods of fighting flies In building
were carefully described
Addressei were ellvend b Pin
Chief Wngncr nt many of the scuool
Addresses were made and talks were
given bv ("apt. Thomas O't'onner. at
Nn '.' Normal School, f'apt I. I. Mar
tin, it Hiininrt School I'apt W I'"
Gains 30 Pounds
in 30 Days
Itcmurkalilr Rpsult of (he Nov. TKmuh
llullder, l'rotunc, In Mnny Cases
of Hiin-Doiin .Men
lror 11 lourflf h SriiflloK Oiiipon
flrloT for n TA)v Par knur Vrer
"I UnuhU't l.nnk I. Ike Ikal Again
for Ml llir AVi.rlrl." i
"llv HeorKe. I never saw anvtltlncl
like the efferts of that new treatment,
I'mtone, fur hllllillliK lip of vvi-Ikih unit
Inst nerve foree. It in leil more Ilk. a I
inlrnrlo than a m-ill-liii .'" slil u well- ,
known gentleman. In speaking of the
revnlullnn that hail taken plure in Ills
condition "I Ix-can to think that then. I
was nothltift on earth tluit ronlii injke i
me fat. I tried tnnles. digestives. hav
r.ltlnn, diets, inllk, bi-er, and almost
everythliiK else on eonld tLInk of. lint ,
without result. I had lieen tbln for
v ears, mid ts-Kati to think It whs natural .
for me to be that way. Finally 1 lead !
ii hout the remarkable successes brought t
about by the use of I'rotone. so I de-
ilded lo ttv It myself. Well, when I I
look at invself In the mirror now, I
llilnk II Is somebodv else. I have put
nn Just .In ioiinds during the last month '
and nevei It-It stronser 01 mnro 'nervy' j
In my life " (
Prntone Is n powetful Inducer of mi
Irltlnn, ItiLreaves rell-crowth, tnukes .
perfci t the assimilation of food. In
creases th- nuinhi-t of blood corpuscles, i
and. js a neeesiar result, builds up
tnuselis and solid, healthy flesh and I
t minds out the figure.
Tor women who tan never appear i
stvllsh In anvthini; the) wear bemuse '
of Ihilr thinness, this remarkable treat-!
tin til Is a revilnion It Is a beauty
maker, as well as n form builder and
nervi siretiRi lii-tier I
The ifKulur $1 do size of Prolone Is for
sab- bv all ilritKKlsts or will be innllrd
direct upon n-nlpt of price, by The
I'roinne I'o , IM1 I'mtone IlldR., Uettolt, I
It vvlll cost vnii nothlnR tn prove tho
remarkable effects of tills treatment.
It Is absolutel non-lnjut lous to tho
rnoit delicate sstetn The I'rotone
I'ompaiiy will send lo nn.vnin- who sends
name and addtess n free DOc paikasft
of I'rototi", with full Instructions, to
prove Hint It do.-s the work Tbey
will also sepd you their book on "Why
Vim Are Thin,'" free of charge, Rivlni;
facts, which villi probablv astonish ou.
Send coutNin In-low todnv with jour
name and addiess
Free Protone Coupon
It vvlll i ost jou nothing to prove
the reni.irknlil" effects of this trent
tnent Tin- 1'iolinie Company vvlll
send tn unv one u free Me packace,
of I'rolone If lhe vvlll till out tills
cnuiHin nnd Inclose 10c In stump or
liver to help cover posUge. They
vvlll ulso send vvlth It full lnstiuctlons
nnd lliclr Look on "Whv Tou Arc
Tin: i'iidiom: ttMii.t
4H4.1 Protone Hide. Detroit, Mlcti.
The reKulur 11.00 sire of I'rotone Is for
sale In Washington hy Affleik's Drue
Store, 15th and I" sts n. vv. . ArabeHii
M. Klozevvrltl ;M 9th st it. vv . People's
Pharmacy, 9-T Tth st. n vv , and Jutnes
O'Donmll. 001 I' st. n. vv and 301 l'ennn
ave s e Xo free packages from drug
Women who bear children and re
main hoalthy aro those who pre
pare thalr systems in advance oC
baby's coming:. Unless the mother
aids natuie in its pro-natal work
tau crisis finds her systeu unequal
to the demands made upon It, and
cho is often loft with weakened
health, or chronic ailments. No-fern-cdy
is so trulr a holp to naturo as
Mother's Friend. It relieves tho
pain and discomfort caused by tho
strain on tho ligaments, makes pli
ant those fibres i-nd muscles which
nature Is expanding, and soothes
tho inflammation of breast glands.
Mother's Friend assures a speedy
nnu sue is icit
a healthy wo
man tn orlnr
the rearing of her child. Mother's
Friend Is sold at drug stores. Wrlto
.for our free book for oxpectant
nJUDFIELDBECUUTORCO.. AUuti. O
Witt v -
ft pffiv !
Itnnhan nt llnnneker Kehonl. mid
dipt K IIooier, lit Wnllaik Hehool
worn none u llov hcoiii anil camp
Klre Ulrls wns emnhnsled In nianv
schools and the hoys and girls wire
given an opportunity lo show what
they hart learneu of flro pieventlon
nnd tirotectlon. At the Pranklln
School, steroptlcon views of Rnnt
nris were given to the pupils of the
first four crudes In the Normal Audi
toilutn. The work wnH not confined to the
Inv put lis. but was extended to l
night sections nnd some verv prettv
cxhlbltlotis were given bv pupils front
the evcilnn s"hools. t tho (Ia'"M
Kchool, the older pupils kuvc nn ex
htbltlon of clearing the building in
one minute nml fifteen seconds up
ler the supervision of II. W Mimli
In less tlinn llnee minutes Kiev lint'
cleared the building, reached the mil
line, received cnngintiilntlons from
the prlrelp-il nnd returned to thlr
places Inrhle nzaln.
k. a fooliih proceediat to naffer from cos
ription, lick headache, bilioutaett, tH!-.
ioaigesnon sna staarea ail-
menu when CAKTEK'5
FILLS will end ill
Dixry u a few
sn f m, aauii Dom. 8mn FriM.
TU tiENUINE ml br slgufcM
THE ELECTRIC LINE
Fast Passenger Service To
tml nil points nn II. I . A . II;.
Trains leave Trensiir.v IIiiIIiIIiik rt.n
nlnt; illtecl tn eteninci's ilin'K, Annati
i:ver Milnrila nml utind:i Inclnd
Injr ivslilnt;lijn I'lly t'nr l-'are Ouud
retnrnlnB till Mnniiuy inldnlRht
Washington. Baltimore & Annapolis
Electric Railroad Company,
1424 New York Avenue
Round $3.50 Trip
I'llinAlK and MTIIllltil
Itood lo Iteturn 3Ionav.
Norfolk St Washington
niMi'io tu in. i i:mot.
leesl.urc, I'neunlan ""lirlnuN, Pur
eellvllle, slihiirn nnd Inleriueill
From Washington $1
1IIIIII-TO.V .. tc.e.
"' leave lllllh and M sis. V ,
M. mm JM. mMMLiZt
Aost beautiful nt this
season of the year
Large Picnicking Grounds
Cars Leave 36th and M Sis. N.W.
STEAMER CHARLES tfACALZjm
Two trips Jail) except Sunday to
l.ralnu t-ccnlh Str't Wharf at 10 a in.
and :S p m 1.oud1 trip tu irate, toe
Kin 141k M. A. V. Phone Main .11 IT.
lirsnclies In over ZW leading cltks In Am.r-
Ics l.urops. snd Atrlcii. PuidU trvrtlnz
may liunioer the vsltie or their Utsjttk from
fcne city Iu anuther without ,ildltlMr.al vnti
I'lllVATi: AND OI.AHrt t.i:sso.s f
I1C1IOOI, oil ItlJHIIIIJ.NCIi UAV
BEST OP NAT1VB TUACIinr.a.
Ttrms reaftonAble. Cutulogus on sppllcatios.
UHA.ND V1U7.KH AT AM. IIUCU.N'T
New Claf.e Cunstautly Poriiilni;.
Special latt afternoon cljikea for a-lulia
fciartlna In Miukcrpt-m, Mtlri, anj .Mathe
mallei. L'ay ind night graded and lilch
rh cl cuiirwH ftr children und udulta, a.s
piHjtc coaching Calntosues.
FRANCIS MANN MALI, A. M Principal
1 !. SKI; .i 1: SI .V VV
Mrs. Emily French Barnes
Ma Kluvuitli St. N i: I'll l.lnt 17.8
Washington School of Accountancy
Instruction pnparlng lor O I A drirw
nd huclnets adiii'.ilitrallon prulosluna.
ll.pai; bulletin ent n rcqueiL
rnolr of l-luratton Y M l1 A IISH (1 n
Ti.Tie- t rrv, -. ,i.
Juslab lillr A. Suu Cuiuiiaujr,
W j ra ,
The World Knows
the best preventive and cor
rective of disorders of the
digestive organs is the gentle,
, harmless, vegetable, always
effective family remedy
B EEC HAMS
Sold OTsrrwW la box 13c 21.
ller llrl Time Off Tlmariwt-,
WM. A IIHADV iToffrr
Little fifiiss Brown
f-he's the culm slrl Hut ever line t town
'Ac, I Mil,. : tu II. mi. Kit. Ms' , : u i u
I MsMl, -JK Ii t.'lu.
Vest Men Tues Wed sn.l Wtd Milt
1h fmrmu .Sew Vnrk Winter oirin Cs
i in ins
! "Whir of Society"
With Its All-star Cast and Co. of 100
lliurs. frl Kst NlEhts. I'rl en! Cat Mitt
I lie Musi T.!ll.l.Hbmlt Woman In the W rl I
GABY DESLYSdn English;
In VERA VIOLETTA
OiIkIiihI oniiMiiv .m.l M htunnlnir. Oaby Otrti
....... " v "y .i;l " t.Hn ' inn "r7"' wftji
--" i-rr in - jii. rifimv -villi IJsn IM
1Kb! at Kits
Irs. lid Hmt.
KltnW Erlanser's Bljc Prodnctloa
- wfc j ! j'jij.iii uituuiv.ai
neoecca ox sunny
EDITH TALIAFERRO I
-i rrk nun of ihi- loiicmm. i-in.
fiRAlMa mn '! r
VOfnE WAITING roil ABE
At fh. Caldmhla Th..i..
- " Hiiiri I
The Trail ttLonesomePine
Friday, Nov. 22
lli fmtioim dHncrr MttfO bv Ai
dt-r Volutin her 011 C j Hnl a S
nhn ontiitttrH In Ut Hinuro 1m
11 of the lvih cntur MrrlrrT'ii 'Itn
-it it l)ldbi ami otliT iljir-f, ti, j( t
t- -". -J n mmIk ni ThMitri
I COLUMBIA THEATRE HK3
SEATS SELUNG, 50c, 75c & $1
Arthur llaiumcritoln prcacnti
Can snd Chorus of a. OrUicsln of ri
, NEXT WEEK ; -- "
A II WOODS offers
"I lie Latest lluropfnn Operetta,
CrlKinil An ir T)..-ut.T O'ew Vnrki i ,ne 0f
VT TI KS Tlll'ItS AND H
n. :o ii . !..TI;Y I-AIGII MAKLII-"
The Dingbat Family
AM) Till" KVMII.V I l'S-1'AIIIB
M'VV II)i:. IN Mt'S""AI, nun iV
Sevt HkI, l.l"i;'H MIDI" WINIn
KnMm llealttl'iil TlifJtre In Amerlci
M-sl llealill'ul TlifJtre In Aliittlcv
.Miiuriioiis i.qiinnnR tne i: Tli'atif"
Ilally Mais .- i:fi.. "jic. Gee. .v T
PHIIIP II viitiioi.om i:
Author of -OVKIt NIOIIT" ant
I.ITTI.B MI-'S IIKOWN." Preieti'.
"AND rilllV l.IVKD HAI'Pi 1'VEli
AKTIIH." the l.ert Lauchlns Nmen
of the g.-iu.i.ii tiii:o m:.M l.
VMI'1I(I.NY I'I.AM:ns Otfcir II li
it Week DAVID lli:i.stll
rirma ly I'tesents llts Own W ai
N Ttieatel Prcxluctloti of 'TU .
DItl'.Mn' OK III DU." A
j Two rerforinancei Daily
I iOM lnitllY & t'O 'in thi ifilarliuv I'd re
Hie il'Mintin IuPftIu " t'lias H Iawlor .v.
I t o rhurmter tmiM-ixcihitur Ji(. hllp
iieai, inoiiuotjuin Minn Ac .Mutiiton, Inza A
1 orcil.i, i MiutJ acmhittt. Air Itlpon, n
trlliMutit uii'l Hoodrich, Vun an J lit
Tti rittii.ii't. n vn,
Al. Illl II""
nn PHIL OTT
(Ml N l.l.-STlt CAST
N'Jvi vj:i:k tiiii i).y,i,r.us
smiiki; n'.VsrF,fTTW1IA'r'1 ':
ai.i, i ii is m:i:k.
Teddy Simonds' Auto Girls
Married for a Day
.sevt w-i-k -iiiuii i. in: in Hurtr.nfgt. i:
DANOlNti '.'"l-'MHI.Y Ua.ClA
km. - '" r"ur Sa'- E-
Nat I Ulrica' rrrorv i-imtlnnoif d-ri tnu -ti
Merchants and Miners Transpartatioi C).
"FLORIDA BY SEA"
Savannah ?M Jacks on villi
I i luuiu iu rioilda. tuba, nnd tlia ttOMth
I me Miuiut-m Kkcellcnt berUe, Luf
i mei All iiemiier t'Muipjjed with wlrelcaa
Netr. tslramein Suwamt und ajiutriet la
commttslon Ituumx d .u. Jt.ithi. bcnJ
JJ. &. O It. IX TICKET orriClSd. and
117 MTII BT S. V
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