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THE WASHINGTON TIMES.- MONDAY,' FEBRUARY 22.' 1915.
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SENATOR ROOT RE
City Pays Tribute To
"Lest We Forget" Is Keynote of Each Celebration.
Every Incident in Life of Greatest American '
' Recalled In Addresses.
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Plans Are to Spend Present
Week in Efforts-i-to Rush
The Sonate-will iaki up the army ap
Papulation MH-tbday. This week In the
SettatfcsHtll be -devoted to an effort to
m aft through appropriation bltta.
rfhft"flrst mectln of the conferees on
and the late Congressman Forrest Good-
tlio agreement. It cannot ho reported
back before Pobruary 27. It Is bv no
means likely the appropriation bills will I
be out of the way Bv that time. In any '
event, ppponents of ship purchase say
thv can talk It to death If nocessary
between February 27 and March 4.
Rush work was done on appropria
tions Saturday. The legislative bill was
finished and after that was passed the
sundry civil bill was hurried through
In a tew hours. Thus thore was passed
in one aay Dins carrying 7,000,000 and
J127,O00,000. a total of $164,000,000. Scant
ronsideratlon of the merits of either
bill was given.
An amendment was put Into the sun
dry civil bill by Senator Norrls pro
viding 150.000 to begin work on turning
ine Miaai Basin into a battling beach.
Senator Norrls has strongly advocated
this for some time. Whether it will i
pass conference is doubtful.
Tha Howard University Items wore al- '
lowed, despite an .attack by Senator
Hardwlck on behalf of Senator Varda
man, who was absent.
An unsuccessful effort was mado by
Senator Smith of Maryland to net the
salary of Judge Covington, of tho Dis
trict Bupreme Court, increased from
J6.000 to 16,500. A point of order waa sus
tained against the amendment.
Senator McCumber tried to get mile
age for Senate clerks at G cents per
mile, but Senator Martin made a point
of ordsr against It.
The Senate had lust got throuph al
lowing Itself mileage at 20 cents per
mile, but it concluded a fourth of that
allowance would be an undesirable
thine for the clerks.
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MR. and MRS. H. A. EVANS.
FOUR dtNERATIONS HISTORIAN DEPLORES
AT GOLDEN WEDDING REDUCED FAMILIES
Vice President Marshall Calls
This "Sacred Date in Calen
dar of Liberty."
Senator Root of New York today read
in tli Senate the "Farewell Address"
1 of George Washington. He was named
for that honor by Vice President Mar
Senator Sutherland, who was to have
read the address, waa detained at his
homo by Illness.
Vlco President Marshall,, In reference
to Washington's Birthday, said:
"Senators, this is moro than a red
letter day In tho calendar of the repub
lic. It is a sacred date in the qalendar
of constitutional liberty. It does not
lessen the honor and esteem In which
public men should be held today if
the people of the republic turn back
ward to the beginning of our institu
tions to show their love and veneration
and respect for thos,e who sounded all
tho sonata and depths of civil govern
ment, and who discovered the great
and basic principles upon which alone
republican government could be found
ed. "The world stands amazed not only
at the patriotism and devotion of
Qeorge wash'ngton, but at the won
derful intuition which ho displayed aa
to the dangers which might come to
Dr. Thomas J. Kemp, s-m-ln-law of
Senator Fletcher of Florldsi, appeared
in Police Court today In connection with
a charge that he illegally proscribed and
furnished morphine to Charles M. Mc
Cann., Jr., in violation of the District
pharmacy act. The caac waa continued
until next Monday.
The Information upon which the war
rant is based Is to the effect that be
tween January 1 and February 19. Dr.
Kemp, "being a licensed physician, did
prescribe and furnish a certain poison
ous drug, to wit. morphine, to Charles
M. McCanti, jr., the same morphine not
being then and there necessary for tho
cure of drug addiction, and the treat
ment of diseases, Injury, or deformity."
Pharmacy Inspector R. A. Sanders
end Detective Harry Evans, of the
Sixth precinct, arrested Dr. Kemp late
Saturday night. Ho was released on a
bond of J500. Attorneys L. B. Perkins
and John Q. Capers appeared for the
physician in court today.
Assistant Corporation Counsel George
Taggart said today that othor arrests
may be made.
MISS WILSON WILL
WILSON AND CABINE
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Evans to
Celebrate Anniversary Here
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her audience, assembled for lighter
entertainment, seemed deeply moved
by her earnest plea, and they began
pouring coin into the waiting collec
tors' boxes. After her address Mrs.
Barrett seized a box and began col
"The first person I encountered was
my own bank president." she said.
"And as I went through that audience
I began to realize the place to bo to
appeal to men, la where the men go.
It was a splendid thing for tho
Keith management to turn the theater
over to us In this fashion, and as one
of the executive committee I wish to
tender my warmest thanks for their
courtesy and kindness," Mrs. Barrett
uald at the close of her talk.
So delighted was tho audience with
Mrs. Barrett's talk that Manager Ro
land Robins urped her to take clmrgo
of tho collection again this after
noon. She will do bo, and has prom
ised to tell a Southern dialect story
while the girls are Boiling flowers and
taking up a collection during the in
termission. "Santa Claus" Girl Helps.
At Poll's Theater yesterday after
noon, glrlB collected money from thoso
who went to hear Secretary Daniels'
talk on George Washington. Miss
Ruby Mjirie Ded(?e, the "Santa Claus
girl." agntn will nave charge of the
collection in the Poll lobby todav.
and members of the Poll company will
assist her during intermission.
Contributors who cannot reaon the
donation boxes again wero urged to
day by Mrs. JjOjran to mall checks di
rectly to H. B. F. Macfarland. at tho
Mrs. Barrett will take personal
charge of the collection booth at
Oprram's drug store tomorrow. She will
have her grandchild In a window
there, and there also will be a num
ber of babies from the Florenco Crlt
tenton Mission to attract passcrsby.
Thj donation week fund was brought
to tho attention of Washington con
gregations from many pulpits yester
d'iT.' At Calvary Baptist Church, tho
JPHRUamuel Greene said, "I need
?!gx r-flBtnAT V)y congregation of the
fom,flTO,,AV?eTr,boes. They are tn
.evidence on every hand. But I do wlbh
ito ray that this JcoJIectlon Is for a
most worthy chuAc,-aml a city-wide
j I:1 r'-5 GcnSfa9n.t ,
, Mrs. Logan especially,, commended
the vd-Jc -ofr wWWanIzatIons
which art nbl'MrfcinWhtTon to their
"JJV f fV8.- bul Ve. working hard for
lPtlflS!ij'und' rAlf the contribu
tions sTifnr,'reported by the workers
of the Washington Alliance of Jewish
nmen. trs.-Jtpan said, have been
deslBnateTl'fOT the general fund.
In those department stores which
were open half a day today workers
'erefyta hnrt. , Tho drug store sta-tfnn8-M30
weV-husy. Yesterday's re
iu"UUKlll USjymnted In with today's
and Mrs. II. A. Evans, of 720
Fourth street southeast, will celebrate
their ROlden wedding anniversary
Wednesday. They were married Feb
ruary 24, 1865, Just after Mr. Evans
returned to his home here from the
battlefields of the civil war.
A celebration at the Evans home
has been planned by the four sur
viving children. Lizzie A., James A.,
W. E., and George T. Evans, In which
members of Lincoln Post, the Ladles'
Auxiliary, and other Grand Army or
ganizations will Join.
Mr. Evans and Mrs. Evans are na
tive Washlngtonlans. Mr. Evans is
seventy-five years old and Mrs. Evans
During his boyhood Mr. Evans was
a cabin boy on the old frigate Con
stitution, serving for thirteen years.
During the civil war, however, ho
transferred to the army and served
In Hancock's and McClellan's divi
sions. After the war Mr. and Mrs. Evans
settled in Washington, and this city
has since been there home, except
during the years that Mr. Evans held
pait of the contract for construction
of the I. G. Kimball house, one of the
famed hotels of Atlanta, Ga. For the
last twenty-live years Mr. Kvans has
been employed at the navy yard.
There will bo four generations at
the celebration, the last generation
being represented by tho baby girl of
George A. Evans, son of W. E. Evans.
Theie aro nine grandchildren.
Monster Celebration Held at Me
morial Contienta I Hall by
Dwellers in the National Capital the namesake city of the first
President today joined with patriotic and civic societies in an out
ward and visible manifestation of the reverence in which the memory
of George Washington i held.
"Lest we forget" was the keynote of every celebration where
the life events of the "Father of His Country" were extolled as typi
fying the cardinal principles of Americanism.
EVERY INCIDENT RECALLED.
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tie hard feeling among the male mem
bers of the Joint committee of the three
organizations because of the fact that
Mrs. Story was to preside. It being
thought that Inasmuch as two of the
organizations were composed of men, a
man should preside.
The story is told that several weeks
ago. when the meeting of Joint com
mittee was held, to make arrangements,
It waa suggested by one "of the mem
bers of the Sons of the Revolution that
Inasmuch aa President A. K. Parrls, of
that organization, had recently lost his
wife, he might not care to preside, and
that President Frederick C. Bryan, of
tho Sons of tho American Revolution,
preside In his stead.
Nature, "for some unfortunate rea-1 At tnis one or the women on the corn-
son." does not seem to regard American 1 """ "P"f " ner ie. i w reportea.
Selden M. Ely, in Address to S.
A. R., Says Nature Disre
gards Qur Civilization.
Hardly a recorded event In the Indis
tinct chronicles of hla boyhood or the
clearer records of his military and po
litical careers, was not drawn upon by
some one of the many apeakera to era
vhaalie an axiomatic virtue and one or
two of them mentioned a certain cherry
Members of the Daughters of the
American Revolution, the Bona of the
Revolution, and the Son of the Ameri
can Involution Jointly participated In
the principal event of the day when
they gathered at Conttntental Memorial
Hall at 10:30 o'clock for the presentation
bv President Wilson of the Bona of the
The prise, which u given for the
best essay upon "The Courae of Events
Which Led to the Surrender of York
town." was awarded to Walter 8.
Bmoot, a pupil at Central High 8chooL
Tableaux arranged by the Woman'a
Peace party will be staged at the New
Masonic Temple at 2:30 o'clock this af-
J ternoon. They will be part of a celebra
tion designed lor tne dissemination oi
an educative peace propaganda, and will
visualize the aspecta of the preaent war,
under the general title of "The Awaken
ing." Soloiu To Hear Address.
Senator Sutherland of Utah has been
designated by the Vice President to
read Washington's Farewell Address be
fore the upper branch, a feature of
Washington's Birthday at the Capitol,
which haa become an Institution.
Washington Centennial Lodge, No. 14,
A. F. A. M.. will leave by special car
this afternoon, headed by Master Paul
E. Lesh. for Its annual pilgrimage to
the grave 0f Washington, at Mt. Vern
on. At the same hour, a similar pil
grimage will be made by representa
tives of the George Washington Masonic
National Memorial Association.
Tho lodge of which General Washing
ton was tho first master the Alexandria-Washington
Lodgo of Masons will
hold Its annual banquet tonight In the
Virginia town. Senator Theodore E.
WILL BETTER ROADS
Alexandria Commissioner Sees
Incentive to Improvement in
Jitney bus lines will be an incentive
to better roads In Alexandria count.
Virginia, according to members of the
Arlington Citizens' Association and of
the county utilities commission.
E. B. Fox. of the county utilities
Commission, declared today that a hai
vest was waiting the men or the or
ganization that established Jitney bus
service to Arlington and to Fort Myer.
There aro thousands of visitors to these
Government reservations, ho declared,
and there are Rood Government roads
and n short haul all the way.
"The day of the trolley car Is pass
ing," he snld, "because of high coats.
The present high cost of construction
make trollev extensions tn our tcrrl
toiy almost an Impossibility. It Is not
the company's fault. The trolley com
panies are uu against it with high
costs, and bus lines can tap every sec
tion where there is a road."
Mr. Fo snld tho Jltnoy bus lines for
Alexandria county will bo clven fui
thcr consideration at tho next meeting
of the Arlington Citizens' Association In
civilization with favor, and tho decrease
In tho slz6 of native families was point
ed out us u menace to the future of this
nation by Selden Marvin Ely. historian
of tho District Chapter of the Sons of
tho American ReolutIon. who spoke at
the annual meeting of the chapter at
"In the days of Benjamin Fraklln the
average native family waa soven," said
i Mr. Ely. "It Is not now two. A race
'as well as a principle to perpetuate
Itself jnust be vital. One of the prob
lems of tho day Is to connect American
pi ogress, civilization, and liberty with
American vitality, so that there will be
dominant always men of the type of
the Revolutionary patriots and their
"Political Institutions aro artificial, and.
no matter how sound, they will crumble.
I Their only repair Is men; men who
I knsvv how to defend and build them
stronger. War Is a destroyer of men.
The danger of war Is not In Its cost In
money or property.
j "The danger Is the "human harvest,'
' which has been so profoundly expressed
bv Jordan. War, modern war. certainly
. takes not the weaklings and cowards
out of the blood of the nation. It takes
I the bravest and tho best. Did war
' strengthen a state. France would he the
most powerful and vital on oartn."
Must Be Universal.
Mr. Ely declared that as great a
blessing us peace Is, however, a state
"devoting itself exclusively to tho
arts of peace cannot sustatn itself
against a vastly Inferior state versed
in the science of war." The remedy
be held to be universal education "and
the cultivation of an accuracy of na
tional thought which would result In
a convergence of International or
Members of the District chapter
whose deaths during tho year wero
reported by the historian were as
'follows: Edward Matthews Dawson,
i Thomas Spencer Chllds, Fletcher
White, James L.e i-toy uavenport,
Robert Hartley Marcellus, John
Drown Bloss, Frederick William True,
Daniel Hall Boughton, John Spring
Poole, William Edwin Atlee, Bernard
Richardson Green, John George
Greenawalt, Lee McClung, Amos
Jameu Chipman, and Henry Vander
The death of Paul Arthur Sorg two
years ago also was reported to the
scoicty lor tne nrst time.
and said that Inasmuch as the D. A. R.
i Hall was to be used, Mrs. Story should
preside, and before the men on the com
mittee could recover from the shock tho
motion waa seconded by another woman
and Mrs. Story was named.
The men. however, realised that the
women had "put one over on them," It
la stated, and made every effort to keep
secret that there had been any un
pleasantness at the meeting. When
questioned regarding It, A. K. Parria
would not deny that there had been
some friction, but stated that every
thing was lovely and harmonious today.
Baptist Home observed. the day by a
silver reception at the Institution, 3248
N street northwest
"Federation of World."
A meeting of the "Friends of Human
ity" to discuss Ihe "Federation of the
World," upon the theory that co-operation
Is the law of human advancement,
haa been arranged for tonight at the
Chamber of Commerce rooms.
Washington's Birthday will be made
the occasion of the opening of the Sun
shine and Community Room for blind
children, at the Home for the Blind, 3060
R street northwest, under the auspices
of the Aid Association for the Blind and
the Sunshine and Community Society.
At the George Washington University,
the day waa celebrated by the annual
winter convocation, at which eleven stu
dents received degrees. The exercises,.
were neia in mo Arts and sciences build
ing, 2023 G street northwest
The permanent organization of the So
ciety of the Descendant of the Signers
of the Declaration of Independence will
be perfected at an adjourned meeting at
tho Raleigh Hotel this afternoon at 3
I A. LISNER Hours, 9 to 6 G STREET i
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Mission to Supply
Low Cost Bread
Ready-Cooked Meals Will Be Sent
to Homes o Needy, Says
A new sort of bread line will be
opened tomorrow morning at the Gospel
Mission. 214 John Marshall place.
Herbert Kline, superintendent of the
mission, today announced that he had
mado arrangements with a number of
baking companies to procure bread
brought back to the bakeries each eve
ning on tho wagons. This bread, mado
more wholesome by being one day old,
will be sold at the Gospel Mission at the
rate of two loaves for 5 cents.
Another novel plan will be to serve,
already cooked. meal8 to be taken tu
me nomes or the needy. This Is con
siaerca a better
Fashion Sheets Free
The Ladies' Home Journal pat
terns, on street floor, and the Pictorial
Review Patterns, on street floor. Free
Fashion Sheets are given in both de
partments with illustrations and writ
ten descriptions of the new spring
styles. Learn how easy it is to be your
own dressmaker and at so little cost.
54-Inch Wide Fabric
Uttle Material Needed Became So Wi
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Burton and Congressman Heflln oi meals at the mission, or to provido the
Alabama will speak. raw materials, bocause the poor often
Kallipoils Grotto, No. 15. M. O. V. P. naven t me means or cooKlng Uiem
E. It., will also be among tho fraternal
organizations to observe the day. with
Fire Destroys Block.
CHRISTIANSRURG. Va.. Feb. 22.-An
entire block of business houses was de
stroyed by lire here today. The loss Is
estimated at $50,000. The First National
Hank building was among those burned.
Ftr Infants and Childrca
n lit For Ovr 30 Yars
U. S. on Canal Opening
Sir Cecil Spring-Rice, the British am
bassador, has transmitted to President
Wilson a telegram from the governor
of Australia congratulating the United
States on the completion of the Panama
Canal, and extending best wishes for
the success of the exposition at San
Francisco to commemorate that event.
The telegram says:
"Tho government of the common
wealth desires to convey to the President
and people of tho United 8t'ates felici
tations on the occasion of tho opening
of the exhibition to commemorate the
completion of tho world's greatest
work. Unking two oceans through Pan
ama. "Host wishes for tho success of the
exhibition and the great enterprise.
May the cordial and happy relations
that have always existed between the
citizens of the United States and the
people of the commonwealth be pro
moted by the opening of this new waterway."
Suing for Divorce,
Calls His Wife "Pest"
MARION. Ind.. Feb. K.-Charles A.
Lloyd makes unusual charges against
Carrie A. Lloyd In suit filed against
her for divorce. Lloyd says his wife
wus so jealous of his association with
others that she followed him about In
his employment In factories unUl she so
annoyed him that he was compelled to
change his place of employment often.
He says that in one Instance when his
wlfA wnji f1nlfri ndmlflnlon bv hlic em
ployer she sought a knot hole In the I ment will be discussed,
a ceremonial a.t Odd Fcllowa Hall, at
8;30 p. m. Monarch E. V. Llbbey ex
pects a class of at least fifty who are
curious and brave enough to attempt
the passage of the River Styx.
The Association of Oldest Inhabitants
met at 11 o'clock this morrflng for pa
triotic exercises In the hall at Nine
teenth and H streets northwest, where
Louis Brownlow, Commissioner of the
District, waa the principal speaker, and
Louts P. Shoemakor read Washington's
Lincoln Camp, No. 3, Bona of Vet
erans, will Jointly celebrate the bhth
days of Washington and Lincoln to
night with exerclae at 1101 E street
northwest. Senator Wealey L. Jones
Most retail stores closed at 1 o'clock
The Monday Evening Club will hold
its annual banquet tonight at Rausch
er's, when the problem of unemploy-
fence and there kept watch, so expos- i will be John B. Andrews, of New York,
ing herself to the weather that she be- J secretary of the National AasoclaUon
came sick. Lloyd finally charges tbat
his wife is a pest and prays for a divorce.
Imposed on Slayer
TIFFIN, Ohio. Feb. 82. When Alex
Klsh. convicted slayer of Catherine
Myers, waa brought before Judge Piatt,
he received a sentence unique In the
history of Seneca county criminal his
tory, and the like of which has, per
haps, never before been pronounced
In this State.
Klsh was found guilty of murder In
the first degree, and the Jury recom
mended mercy. The sentence of tho
court was that the prisoner Is to serve
the remainder of his natural life at hard
labor In the penitentiary, and that the
first five days of each month shall be
spent In solitary confinement, this con
finement to include the day of the
month, the 6th. on which he commit
ted the crime.
Daniels Soon to Fill
A vacancy In the grade of rear ad
miral In the navv eoon will be filled by
Secretary of the Navy Danlela aa a re
sult of the retirement of Rear Admiral
George A. Wllllta. under the age limit.
Rear Admiral Willtts entered the navy
In 1873. Ho was on duty In the Bu
reau of Steam Engineering here from
1900 to 1902, and was on Inspection duty
In Pennsylvania when he reached the
for Labor Legislation, and Charles B.
Barnes, who Is In charge of tho New
York Stat public employment bureau.
Meeting At Takoma Park.
In accordance with an old custom,
the citizens of Takoma Park will meet
tcnight under the auspices of the Ta
koma Park Citizens' Association at the
town hall. Senator Blair Lee of Mary
land will deliver the principal address.
Tho North Dakota Association has
arranged for a celebration' which has o
dual significance. Not only to them
Is today the birthday of Washington,
but it Is also the- anniversary, of the ad
mission by President Cle eland of their!
State to the Union. At a banquet at
the New Ebbltt. Col. C. A. Lounsberry. Drira
of the General Land Office, who
"scooped the world" on Oie story of the
Custer massacre, will relate the dotalls
of his "beat."
Tho Young Woman's Hebrew Asso
ciation Ul celebrated with a dance, at
Elk's Hall tonight. Two one-act play
lets will bo presented.
Among other banquets scheduled for
tonight Is that of the Vaughan Class of
Calvary Baptist Church. This will be
the twenty-fourth annual gathering of
this organization and will be held tn
the Sunday school room.
Tho board of lady managers of the
I Bcrinntncr tomorrow. ih mlii.lnn will
provido for 10 dents a quart of beef
stew, three boiled potatoes, and one loaf
of bread. This will be enough to feed
three persona The stew may be taken
home and warmed.
This arrangement waa made In re
sponse to roany letters of appeal, letters
which told of sickness In homes and
hunger because of unemployment.
Baby's Body in River,
Nurse Under Arrest
POUOHKEEPSIE. N. T.. Feb. .
Following the finding of a two-week-old
baby girl, labeled with a card which
came from Bellevue Hospital, and
across which was written "Clara
McCabe." frozen to a cake of ice in
Peeksklll bay, Mrs. Clara McCabe, a
nurse In the Hudson River State Hos
pital, was arrested on a warrant charg
ing homicide. The police say she con
fessed that she threw the baby Into the
Hudson river on baturaay night.
The child's body was founded by
Mrs. McCabe named, it Is alleged, a
prominent attacho of the hospital as
the baby's father.
A fortnight ago. according to authori
ties at the State Hospital, Mrs. McCabe
lert rougnkecpsie, saying she was go
ing to Bellevue for an operation.
TOPEKA, Kan.. Feb. 22. Kansas
Democracy will banquet here tonight In
observance of Washington's Birthday.
Plana for 1915 will be discussed.
Give Yow Blood
Out ImDurities and
Make the Skin Smooth
54-inch Double-warp Serge, in black and white checks, a
leading factor this spring for dresses.
Narrow but very superior are the new 42 and 44-inch wide.
Check Serges, Check Albatross, Striped Granite Cloth and Woof
Crepes, 24 of this season's best colorings, viz: Newport tan,
sand, silver, Tuxedo brown, Gettysburg gray, Oregon green,
lattice green, navy, wall blue, etc. Second Floor 6 Elevators.
Known as "No. 10 Momie"
black ground, with stripes or
checks. A quality and weight
usually employed In the mak
ing of Jurable and cool
dresses or waists, yet with
the service of the heaviest
makes. 32 Inches wide.
Value $1.25. Special
36-lnch Warp Print Change
able Silk. A new arrival, and
proving one of the daintiest
"and most adaptable silks to
be used In combination with
plain materials for dresses,.
Street and evening fl1 HtZ
Bhades. Yard DJU I tl
On Second Floor 6 Elevators.
Cutter Stands by Leaking
And Disabled Schooner
The coastguard cutter Seminole, Cap
tain Uberroth, commanding, Is standing
by the big schooner Phlneas W. Sprague,
which Is disabled and leaking badly off
Cape Lookout, on the North Carolina
coast. The Sprague has a crew of
aeven men aboard.
1-3 off on UrulUta Prescriptions
Large Size Torlc lenses; the now
lens curved to the snape of
the eyeball. Per pair
uur' uirocai ivensen, which com
bine far and near bight In ffl AA
one pair. At (Dl.Uu
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Poisons In the blood, so undermine tn
health aa to leave the system Id a Ion
state of resistance. But use S. 8. 8.
for a brief time and you flare up th
vital spark of blood vigor. It awerpa
Its way all through the body, dislodges
rheumatism, relieves catarrhal conges-
M LOfKr-MTHI 'tlon, clears the throat and bronchial
FELLOW AND HAP tubes, dries up all akin eruptions, en
ables the kidneys, liver, bladder ana
lungs to wr promptly and effectively
In carrying Impurities out of the circu
lation. S. 8. S. Is the best known medl
'cine for the blood and has the confi
dence of a host of pr.npic. icey Know
It la harmless to tr-a stomach and ex
perience has show tbat It accomplishes
all that waa er.r expected oi mercury,
Iodide of potash, arsenic tad other de
Get a bottle of S. S. S. today at any
druggist. Head tho Important folder
wrapped around 'the bottle. It tells of
the work being done by a famous medi
cal department, with aids and helps that
hare proven of wonderful value to those
suffering with blood diseases. For a
pedal book on the subject written by
an expert, address The Swift Specific
Co., 67 Swift Dldg., Atlanta, Ga. For
nearly half a century 8. 6. 8. haa been
the safeguard of a myriad of people who
are living examples of what wonders can
be accomplished by this famous blood
purifier. Get a bottle today but refute
Misses' ''Sweet Sixteen" Suits
One of them pictured here. Many
others at $16.00 with all the style of
the imported and superior to them in
Materials include gabardine, serge
and poplins, in the new shades of Bel
gian blue, navy, putty, sand and checks
in combination colorings.
The MUaet Shop
A specialty shorj for misses, juniors.
r , j .,
and small women. This means that 1
every type of miss from 14 to 20 and
small women of all ages here find their
Third floor 6 elevators.
Samples of New Spring
it$ $22 50
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a Hnilirc locc th will h thf recular nricps lafpr samnli's I
from two of New York's leading makers, famous for their re
productions and adaptations of imported garments these
Suits are correct in every detail.
The collection includes many different styles, each ex
pressive of a new spring type.
While most of these models are for the average woman
in sizes 36 and 38 ideals are also here for the smaller and
larger. Third floor 6 elevators.
The late great sale of these famous
wash dresses on third floor will be re
membered. Now comes the clearing sale
of tjie broken lots.
On Basement Floor
Choice of gingham, chambray, and
percale dresses in plain colors and stripes,
superior materials, superior styles, and
superior needlework. The Economy Base
ment 4 seconds by 4 elevators.
The Palais Royal
Hours 9 to 6