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WOULD GIVE MEDAL
T0ULD RAISE 11 .000
TO HELP If FIGHT
TO MARCUS JORDAN
Congress Asked to Honor Him
for Heroic Act in
Photoplay Department in
SHOWN AT GAYETY
By GARDNER MACK-
THE WASHINGTON" TDFES. WEDNESDAY, JAXVAKY 20, 191G.
District W! C. T. U. Quarterly
Convention to Be Held at
Eckington Church Friday.
A campaign to rnlse $1,000 for the sup
port of prohibition work In the Dis
trict will be launched nt the quarterly
comcntlon of the V. C. T. T at tho I
Kcklncton Presbyterian Church. North
Capitol street and Florida avenue, Fri
The comcntlon will bo opened at 10
o'clock by the president. Mis. TCmmn
Sanfoid Shelton. and tho morning ses
sion will be tlexoted principally to ic
ports fiom offlcem nnd department
Mi;)ctlntnnilpnts. A trio from the Hck
iiiRton T'nlon, conilstlng of Mrs. 11. 1.
Taylor, Jin, .1 M Nichols, and Mrs.
W. F. L.cclln, will participate.
Durlnj; the afternoon session a
sketch cntltV'l. ' rncle Snm's"ClcanliiK."
will be presented by Marsnret Morcnn,
Charles i:vnlil. Martin Snelder, Eliza
beth Hutchinson. Wesley Day. and Ves
ta pollock. , nddrrss on "Women and
tho Peace Movement" will bo delivered
by Mrs I.. F. Pot.
Tjiincheon will be served to tho dele
Kates b the IkltiKton Union, with
Mrs. X. M. Pollock as hostess.
HEAD OF DARTMOUTH
Resume of Six Years' Progrebs
Given at Dinner at Uni
Before the 'Washington chapter of
the Alumni Assn intion of Dartmouth
last evening, ' r Kmest Fox Nichols,
president of the college, uavo a
icsuino of the expansion of the woiU
In all btanches of the college durlnjr
the s-j yeais lie lias heen lis honr
Di. Nichols has lesigned to take
effect at the end of t.ie present schol
astic year, to ko to Yale, so he can
hfcvo more time lor scientific investi
gations. Dr. Nichols was the puest of honor
at the annual banquet of the Wash
ington chapter last ovnlnp at the
T'niversity Club Other speakers wcu
Dr. Geoice J. l. man, formally of
the Daitmuuili iiu'Ulty ami now in
tho Depui tmriit of Agi leulti.ie, and
Qharles A. I'routx. diiector of valua
tion of the Intel state Commeice Com
mlrslon. Others picsnt were Samuel T!.
Jlond, lames W Cheney, llenrv M.
J'aill, Philip Vdl I "i. Di. r:. . Kim
ball. "Waltei H I'attci.stm. Dovld M.
Hifdreth, Ale,n- A Fisher, .lohn
Harielt. llenrv P Mlair Piof. Chiiles
1"). Ilrtzen, lleoi ee IT Moses, IMchaul
K Tylei, I'l. A illinm Gerrv Morgan.
Hiram Newton bova'P, . . l-erfilf
ston. William .1. Vallis. Ppiijamln
Adams, Dr. Ilubiut M. TliornbiirRli,
Alvah T. Fowler. Mam lee If. Avrrx,
Harold D King. I H. Ilaidv. Aithiir
.1 Ela Clnience K. Kllsworth, W. II.
Woodman, and V llllam K. Lamb.
TODAY'S BEST FILMS
By GARDNER !IACK.
Anita Stew ait. in "Tho Sins of
.Mothers " the Jl.CKW Vltagraph-New
York Sun prize photoplay bv
lvalue Stein, tho Empiie. 913 II
Willisni Dowlcin and flloiia Fonda,
In "Just I'liin Folks' (Laonunle).
the Klppodioine Ninth sticet and
New York av enue.
Hobait Ilenlev. in "Graft." sixth in
stallmpnt i l"ni ersal). the Alhain
biH. 319 Seventh sticet
HliincliP sweet in "The Itasa
muflln. " b A llllam C de Mill"
(l.nsks). Lorw's Columbia. Twelfth
and V .sti eets
Thin low Hereon in 'The City."
ndaptcd from the plav ,by Clyde
ritch. Crandall s. Ninth and K
William S. Halt and Houso Peters.
In "Between Men" (Triangle Films),
the Ganlen. 4.3 Ninth street.
Capt. Jack Crawford in person and
In "The ISattle Cry of Peace." by
J. Sttiait lllackton Vitagraph). the.
Stiand. Ninth and D stieets.
Charlotte Greenwood and Sidney
Grant, in "Jane" (Laskj). tho
Leader. Ninth between E and F
William FaeiMiain. in "One Million
Dollaih" iMftni I'ietuiesi, Cian
dall's Apollo, ii.'t II sticet north
east. Xote Tliefe -elections are mado
from pio'anis prepared by tho
managers 01 the theateis concerned,
nd no icsionsibillty is assumed for
ibitiatv c-hance.s without notice to
'J ha Times TIh-v are based on tho
personality of the plavers and tho
producing cjinpuiy and not per
10ml inspection, except in special
cases. G. M.
'"Hay's Liver Health" Straightens You Up
Calomel and Doesn't Make You Sick A
by a Noted Physician Destroying Sale
If you arc bilious, your lier is sluggish, you
feel lazy, diz7y and all knockcJ out, your head is
dull, your tonfiue is coated, breath bad, stomach
sour and bowels constipated, don't take calomel;
it makes you sick, miserable, and "all in" the next
day. It's mercury which salivates, that's why you
feel that awful nausea and cramping.
We want every one in Washington to enjoy the
pleasant, harmless and yet sure effects of Hay's
Liver Health. Come in today or tomonow and
pet a large, generous 50 cent bottle ofHa's Liver
Health on our guarantee that you'll gtt our money
back if )ourc not satisfied after a fair trial.
Fake Acting Schools
Target for Wrath
Of Screen Stars,
Motion picture actors throughout
tho country aro much Incensed over
tho propaganda of the fake schools
of motion picture acting that
spring up throughout the countiy
and simply take money fiom mis
guided young men and women
without giving them Jlio slight
est Instruction. That schools can
teach acting to the peison who
has natural ability in that direc
tion, the avciagc actor oi hcIicm
will admit. Hut they will not ad
mit that acting can be taught to
anyone who Is not naturally adapt
ed to work on tho stage and they
aro especially severe on tho
schools of acting that havo been
lefcned to for asserting that such
a thing can bo done
Beatrix Michclena. who has been
the star of sceial notable picture
plajs, Is one of the most outspoken
of her craft icgaidlng the schools
and Miss Mlchelcna ha recently
started a movement against tho
schools among the membeis of tho
acting profession working for mo
"These schools," declaies Miss
Michclena, "aie doing linllnlteiy
more haim than m.iiij of us, teal
izc Their pernicious Influence is
not to be at all measured by tho
dollars thej take awuj from their
victimized pupils What )s to bo
far more legietted, and condemn
ed Is the false Impicssions they
cicato thiough their advertise
ments and llleratuie as to condi
tion" In the motion picture pio
fesslon. "It is aigpl due to them that the
impiesslon lias gained circulation
that theie is a gloat demand for
ptetty faced gills as plotuie acli ess
es, and that, with no other leciulslte
than this pietty face and a short
course of insti uction, one might find
immediate employment at a fabulous
salary. We all know that there
Is this misconception among many,
and that innumerable girls believe
motion pictures a shoit cut to casv
mono ' We also know lust how
lar mistaken the ire In this. They
will nNo be disillusioned but often
too late Hellng on the losy expec
tations engencleiod in the flist in
stance by the fake schools and their
cilmlnal publicity, they have stinted
out to become picture aoti esses with
out adequate equipment in either
courage oi talent They lia e biokeu
away from pieious moo, lugs and.
when the shock of uisappolntiueiit
comes, often ln no plure to tuin
Shattered hope means a inoiiil stiain
that maiu gills aie unequal to
"I bellexe that motion pictuio peo
ple should employ cer leice to
show these fake schools In their true
Charlotte Bui ton. the Anieilean
stiu, neatly lost her lieniiug dining
tho explosion of a powder mine in
the fllmlns of the Mutual Mastet
pictute, DC Luxe IMItion. "The
Thoroughbred" Miss Builon pla
od the lole of "Angela F.ailo" In
guaiding the life of Kloso Hamilton
i William Russell), one of her ears
was slightly Injured
Herbert Standing, popular known
ns the Grand Old Man of the Films."
as Spleer south in "The Call of the
Cuiiiberlands." presents his area tost
characterization on the screen Ills
av ell-know i skill at make-un i
plainly evidenced in this now ial'as.
Painmount photoplay and In Ms
supnort of llustln "a i num. tho stu.
he handles seveial of the mini ini
poitant scenes of tlio nlax with ie
imiUablo loalWm llorboit stan
ding Inridentallv . i' 'henioud fath
er of seven motion plttine aiiois
Big Increase Is Shown
In G. W. U. Enrollment
review of the proeioss made bv
Gcoi co Washington Vnlveisitv since
1P11 shows an increase In the maximum
enrol'ment from 1.270 in 1011-1912 to 1.795
in 1PH-1315, with an Indication that the
maximum leslstration for ir15-lil will
rench approximately 1 W af cording to
the annual ieport or fiear Admiral
Charles llorbeit Stockton, piesldent of
' 1 lie improved and Inipiovlng condi
tion of the unlversltv" reads the ie
port "Is a lustiflcatlon for an appeal
fjr fuither funds for the provision of
additional scholarships for tlio needed
pvunrslnn of Its curriculum, the coll-
I tinuanco of the elevation of Its stand-
auis, the pi oner suppoit or us loacunic
staff the extinction of liabilities on its
pioneitv and as a matter of creat Im
poitance tlio nrovlsion of additional
buildings and Plant foi the schools of
self nee law. and medicine giving full
facilities In all departments
You'll know it
life sTme&Brx"&f:K2!it tsKl I
'Gibson Girl" and former stage star
lish soldier-husband is killed in
Addresses Home Club
On Safety First Work
'Sufetv 1ii st In Navigation Anhoio
and Atloat was the subjeil of ail II
lusttutid .iiblics bv William 1 Posi
b'ldv pusident of the Washington
.Safet.v I'lit Avm Int inn, at the Homo
Club of tin Intel lor iJepui tun lit lat
Mr Poaboilv who ! a niembei of the
staff of tlio c'oat and Geodetic Suivev
explained bv "terooptii on slides what
tho Suivev Is lining to make navigation
on the Potom.ii safe foi luge und small
iraft and thn took no the vvoik of
pteveiition of sti oot in IdeiitH lie com
monded (he Uistiut authoiille fm nn
striKlivo vvoik towaid aciidcnl pie
vention Would Administer Will.
Seeking the right to administer the
estate of her fathei, Itlchinil A Shaw,
Adlena A Shaw has filed in the Probate
Court a petition saving the will of her
patent is Viiluiloss beiause It names
lls solo heir Lmv Ann Shaw the ie-iO"
i. ased w if of the testator Tin .-Mule
l.,,.l.,,lu .,..vlluU ,.1 HI". ! ulrr.,.t
southeast and Jl I Ti nth sucet soul h-
fast at-oshril at Jllh-' and iinimprov oil
lots valued at JiVi I he holis liuludel
the petltionei I. in v It Shaw and Illicit
l.i-ig litei and IM li.ud
Shaw, ji . a miii
Why Tolerate Catarrh?
You have noticed, no dotibt.th.it an
cold aggravates, nasal catarrh, and the
flow of mucous amazes you that such
objectionable matter could find lodg
merit in your head. To ignore this
catarrh when the cold subbides is
wrong- because it continues to slowly
injure the delicate linings of the nasal
passages and clog them tij..
To correct catarrh, cleanse the nos
trils frequently with a solution of warm
water and salt, insert vaseline on re
tiring, and take' a spoonful of Scott's
Emulsion after meals for one month.
Scott's acts through the blood to feed
the tissues, and contains soothing
glycerine to check the inflammation
and heal the sensitive membranes
Scott's is pleasant to take.
Scott Ot Bowne. nloomfirM N J I5-J0
Better Than Dangerous
Brand New Discovery
of Calomel Here
Health is a real liver
next morning, because
wake up feeling finv, your liver will be working,
your headache and dizziness gone, jour stomach
will be sweet and your bowels regjlar. You will
feel like working; you 11 be cheerful; full of
vigor and ambition.
Hay's Liver Health is entirely egetable, there
fore, harmless and cannot salivate. Give it to
your children. Thousands of people, all through
the South, are usin Hay's Liver Heelth instead
of dangerous calomel now. Re suie to come in
and get your bottle today at tbe People s Drug
Stores. They'll buplpy out-of-town lolks by parcel
becomes nhotonIacr when Va
Marion Osborn Leaves
Estate to His Family
'I ho will of M ii i .ii (Kin i n t
i! il mi
probate In 'ho offn s of the leg
ist i of vv i ' ilMi loi th.il oni -h.ill oi
th ihtiite Iji lift to ins v liinw Lam a
I 'iHboiii Tht iimnliili ' to tie
iiiMdeil (qiinllv hitwieu tin Ion i hll
ilien, (' Lie ilylioin, .inii I Snoots
John C iisiKiin and Hes-le low son
.i'l i .1 pilli'i-, i- n urn it si i i it oi
Maiv ii'li.nv toilnv p'litionid I 'ie
I'loliato i on 1 1 foi inthoii') to iiiiniln
iilei the isfite of .It reuil'il 1 1 Leal
'I he rfillv lin liiiloi prtipe'tie st :ii ,mj
.151- Msso.K li'n-i tt.s ;iv eh in noilhvvc
o,fnl at Si ,.u, .eld pi is. ii. 1 1 pioio, tv
valued at '." '1 he dilits a mount to
To Make Machinery.
Aiti-les iinoi oraMn- the j I i"ii
Mitcliell Companv, to do a geinral ir i
chinetv la lnes at Fiftionth stnrt
and Ohio aviiii. ,ii t led In th lf
lii of tl. l.noidri I Iiiods Ni -tri
i n-ini mo - " pi.e,, ,,,
J"' ,""',"., ''.'. J' """ '
Mttclie I and lillge '1 M Mllll'V IllO
as t -ti i -. fi.r thf i i l v ai
National Capitol Hon ling'
Academy, 91G-18 (J St. N. AV.
Frank Sherman, 1321 H St.
Southeast UonlinK Allejh,
743--13 8th St. S. K.
Ca&ino lJoliii Allcjs. Inc.
(Veirs Bros.), 11th and T Stb.
Grand Central Alleys and
Billiard Parlors, Center Market,
7th St. Wing.
i.i. i xi: Tin: inn m
: .Atttn'pa.: 'tf:i!;iSII
iLjiaslfcda; ." MmtKTV:
Wrothe and Watson, or Watson
and Wrothe, Try Out Thea
Just what Influence tho tliroe-iing cir
cus had on the newest departure In en
tertainment cannot ho actually deler
mliiPd. hut theatrical managers through
out the country aro watching the ex
periment of Kd T,ee Wrothe and Hilly
W. Watson In heading two separate
and distinct shows with tho same cast
on the burlesque circuit this season
The double show Is here this week at
tho Gayety, and Is the flist of its kind
that has ever been tried. It upsets
all thp principles held In burlesque for
generations and yet it letalns all the
Ijuilesnue features Its promoters claim
IM Wrothe is a product of the cir
cus Billy Wntson "Sliding nilly" Is
leallv a product of the District, as ho
hail his first stage experience here with
olil John Grieves at tho Hljoti. Wat
son was a member of the Grieves slock
companv three years Wrothe has not
been with a circus for cats, although
he Illicit almost every Job that could
be filled except that of acrobat or tilck
ildei He finished as a fltst-class clown
and from the circus vent Into aude
xllle thence fo musical comedv and
then to burlesque For eais he was
with Blckle and Watson.
'I hut Is wheie Wrothe met "Sliding
Bi'lv ' Wotson Thev were both under
oli'ract with Joe llurtlg this season.
imTI both had derided neer to appeal
In builesque again The snccestlon was
nuide that the try out a double show,
each man appearing In his own particu
lar sUlo of show, but entlrelv separate.
TIipn njo started so rquallv that neither
has the least ohancp for offense. The
same company summits both The
Posters cnir both na'nes. On nosteis
showing Wrothe's pictuio the show is
cullea the Watson nnd Wrothe show
and on posters with Watson's nletme
the rhow qoes ns Wiothe and Watson
One ilav the Wiothe romedv heads the
bill and the next ilav the Wntsou coni
eilv stints when the niitnln first ilses.
Watson's show bv the n U railed
"The Patent Office ' and the setting is
supposed to be the Interim of the Patpnl
Olllcc museum in this oif
Dies in Hospital From
Effect of Gunshot Wound
Uobooei St muI.t
at Jl ii in i
1'mu i i ni v I fo pit
the efii i t-i of -i (
'I In polli " rh. II ,
John I. ni'idei
-hot h"i while 'r
. colore.!, -who live 1
av i n '. died in
ul ulv I nii.i - fiom
ii bot v oi'nd
that In i hiisbai. 1
of ,1't ltd Letts cr.uit
COUJ-le i.(. ni'H
tic'ts noi lliv i t
Twent v fmir'li a'.'il
ii Jiii"i irv '
SnuiiikMs was anostoil nliont an lion
,it( the shouting Iv AlM'illl .1
in one of the T'niil pnciPil and 1 e
tietlvc It' I'll. an or the C nli.il (IfTii"
n imiiust vvill la held this afteiuaon
.it till Molglle
To Discuss Sparta.
A nifiliiig of the a 10 tiaooloFlc.il s'f
tlcn 11I Iho 'iwintlith (entuij i'l ia lias
loin tet lei Ffbriiii . v.ben Mm
l"iilll WcIIm will discuss Sparta
Tills .o r ton of clul net 1 it vos-
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)rM. vi:"'-..tv'..'--'";a;,;re,!1v.r. r::..,3
.imuc'vu L ..ii' 11 nt iriiiuim
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11'. -I ij.il 1 (1111 1. nuk n -ijui- ..in v
ilonionMrate the cjuick and ipmarkable
TO Protest School ChariO"P icl.r.ngo in both health and appearance
IU I IUlt.31 OLIIUui UktllgC.l moti ,jlotiP vhf) nla,.t.n intoniaI
11100'iiig to liaeiti.s a new plan ' 'r
Iho nponintriioht ot iihitLois of the
1 1 of Ld.iealnn mil to take acti'.i
11 1 pi test igainst lie i c I i
;ainst lie 1 1 c 1 i 1 d e'lo !
ilian.i ' to be hi 1 Iv th socist on
1 f i 1 lit - jte VI nui .t ibi Home ( lull
I 1 15 o cl .1 k this a'teiiKu n
SUITES OF ALL SIZES
AT VERY ATTRACTIVE PRICES
HALF A BLOCK FROM FIFTH'AV
AT MADISON AV. AND 29TH ST.
Centre of Everything; Juit Away frotn tha Noi.
Rooms with Bath, for Two, $3 Per Day Up.
Single Rooms, $1.50 Per Day.
KDWAHD rOUCllAiJ. Uinat-i.
Never Gets a
for bowling stimulates the
muscles of the abdomen, caus
ing them to perform their, nat
ural functions. But the benefi
cial effects of the sport are not
confined to this alone. Every
muscle of the body is bi ought
into use and developed.
The man with the bowling
habit is none of your flat-chested,
puny gentry. lie is clear
eyed anil ruddy with health and
Knows how to use tho muscles
the Almighty has given him.
If you don't know the joys
of bowling, you arc missing the
world's gieatest indoor sport.
Don't hesitate go to the near
est bowling alley right NOW
find become a member of the
great order of healthy Ameri
lt U.KIM oi.i,i.Mii:it o.
Xffltnil A .Ttf,1nfi nf ?fl .fur 1efiti nlnrn
younger brother of Hldrldge K. Joulnn,''
will iprpll'n ti ttllcf.p tneilnl nf limini rir '
heroic conduct, If a bill Introduced In
tho Senate yesterday by Senator Wil
liams becomes a law.
In 1911, when young Jordan was only
.sixteen jQars old, he leaped from tho
side of the Hamburg-Amor can line
Cleveland Into the shnrk-lnfpsted waters
of Java Bay, to the rescue of a woman
who had fallen overboard. Not only
was ho In peril from drowning, but tho
waters were full of "man-eaters
Provision has been made by Congress
for the awarding of medals of honor to
Americans for gallant or meritorious ac
tion In life saving, ltjit legislation Is
necessary, It Is understood, to make an
award for a rescue beyond the seas.
Lectures on Japan.
The last of the seiles i-f loeluios
on Korea and lapan befoio th"
Women s Interdenominational Mis.
rlonm v t'nlon l Mis Wllbui ''
Crafts will be given on Fridav aftet
iiouii In the Public 1-ibraiv Mr
( lafts Mill weal th" "clieriv bios
roni" jstunio piesentcd Iit by the
women of lapan.
GLASS OF ITER
BEFORE YOU EAT
Wash poison from system
each morning and feel
fresh as a daisy.
liven ihv you clean tho hous" vou
live In to get lid of the dust and dht
which colleffocl through the pievious
dry Vout bodv. the hor-e jour soul
lives In, 'ilso becomes filled u, eac.i
twontv-four boms vvllli nil manner of
i filth and poison. If onl every man
and wor.ian could ioa'i7e the wondots of
,,"p,,JnF "'""""'fi lin' vate
giatlfiiig change would take
r. wlnt a
Instead or thousands of su-klv . -11101 11"
looklng men women and girls with
pastv 01 muddy comp!c!ui s lusted of
the multitudes of "noive wrecks." "run
dov ns." brain fags ' and ncssinilyts w
should eo a v. rile, optimistic throne of
!o -cheeked people cvii whore.
Fvervone, vvliether ifk or well should
dilnk each morning befoio breakfast, a
gl.iss of ical hot watei w lib a toaspoon
f 1 1 of llmrstone phosphile in It to wash
fion the stomach, llvis, Kliluevs, and
ten v mils of bowels tlio pievious day's
Indigestible wast", soui totment.iti jns
iin' poisons, thus cleansing, sweetening,
and freshejiing the ent'ie alimentary
csn.-il 1 eforc putting moie food into
the htomacli I
1 hose sublet t to Ii k he.'iJache bil
loiicnosx. nastv breath. jhpumatlm.
colds and pajlli ularl those who have A
pallid, sallow completion end v ho aie
orton aro 111 o 1 to
ph-i.-phalo at the.diug stoi. which will
....... 1 ,..! 1.,,. u .,friAt..,i in
sor Itat'on We must renumber that m
'cle cleanliness is moie important than
01 tsido because the sKin does not nb
fcoi Ii iMipurltlos to 1 ontimiiiate the
b'ooj while tile poios in t'K thltty feet
of bowels do Advt
MANY TROUBLES DUE
TO WEAK KIDNEYS
1 i nu jr ateriMnR a mrli me m
ih 1 ftlMne i el' N Rood enough 'o lak
up 1 'i 1 suns o 1 make for It On th oilier
liar. I it. it a plratitp Ur druggists to fc I a
inedii n when insionurs tonie In after arJ
anl tell how much Rood It has done thtm
iui iiat Is wh drupfiits iiK lo sell and
lecommend told, the great Kidney remedy
Eti since we first Introduce I olax i rus
clerKft liae heen co buv fellinp it thai it is
omcllineb haid to kep a sufil lm Hoik on
hand Moieotr .olax is alwns mjM o.i a
positlxe guarantee of rel'ef to thf Kldm huf
ier.r or iiion ha k Ihif mj em rali
I hut uimth huf taid 10 tnan Ruod Hindi in
ifatur or .olitx ih i l i i nut en;it.d th 1
man paikantp v ill If i-tiun0
1 hi r'llOw Kifdt nil 1 n l.i H ieall
H t iii't unulial Hindu I tie ImAUhO 11 o e I
toiiies 1 he uoi st 1 ae ot nidiiev k otnol ihun
rfinovinK the iauM Jt i,oen iraiR u to
the teal of the t'ouMf ii oak il.nr in
1 hii ' It a 118 out The ki mp and makes lin m
1 1 is off ail tht iirti a 1 1 and poinonous tt.
t 1 Htitr that lodj-e in 1 1 - oln and imi'ihi
iHUfln rlu uuiatu utins hooiIis and u .ili
the Idaddtr and (.tiU kl tnds all MJ.h
Nothinp f nioi e inn o nfort ihl or liui is a
person p rfe T n )" 11 enT of life nun c Ti 111
iniulili n 1 e ki in ni rhflr iiif mi Iwit;
1 1 gv m1 av an! t.iKm to o.-t voir f 11
I si.iiilir.i 1 if lim ct H .. r . Ilfi "K.il I I i
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O Ionnell s lirui; s ot ar 1 1 er adi iff
J druKisw In h i nl V l
g:;il() l-lli. Iiiifn to ilif linrrcl
u ith the least trouble
and greatest ccononi)
w hen you employ
1 For paMi, foi cake,
for bread, biscuit ami
rolb, "Cream Blend" is
the one Hour that in
variabh brings baking
AT YOUR GROCER S
B. B. Earnshaw & Bro.
WhulrulnK110 ,l0' 'lb" ll'SUtti t
n iiciuiK rn1 or lllihnKr I rldll
moluolill lrim th ud 1 mi. d
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Mrs. G. Justus, of Jeisev City, savs
Father Johns Medicine alwas gives
good results when her seven children
aie tun down In health or have a rold
or cough "We always lecommend It to
eierjoocl.v " Advt.
GREAT OLD REMEDY
FOR SKIN DISEASES
S. S. S. Drives Poison From the
Get It I'xed in jour mind that skin
ciuplions. Scrofula. Uczcma, burning,
Mcnlng s! In, and all skin diseases nil
due entliely to Impute blood. If tho
tioublc was on tho outside of tho skin,
by simply washing and kceplhgjt clean
.1 on could obtain relief not even oint
ments and salves would be necessarv.
Agree with us In this belief, and you
can be restoted to health. S. S P. is a.
puiely vegetable ticatmcnl that ou
can secuio Horn your own druggist it
is a blood tonic that will puntv your
blood and cause a decided abatement
of otir tioublc. and ftnall make jou
well Kilty years ago S. H. S. was dls
covired and given to sulteiing mankind.
IJuiing this pcuod it has proven Its re
intnkaNo cuiativo pioiiertles as a blood
pinlller and tonic Has relieved thou
sands of cases ot disease caused bj im
pure blood, and chronic or Inherited
iiloid diseases lou can be tolleveu,
nut you must take P. S. S. Thetofore.
be sure. Don't take chances, don t uso
lotions Get P S H from vout di ig
gtst IT yours is a special case, writ
foi expert meibi il advlc to Swift bpc
cilc Co, Atlanta, Ga Advt
The RAY0 LAMP
YOU don't have to
spend the greater
part of your time
cleaning it and won
dering why it won't
burn. The Rayo is
simple in construction
and in design. It lights
without removing the
shade and gives the
best sort of light the
kind thar won't hurt
Rayo lamps arc an ornament
to any home They require
very little attention yet
always add to the attractive
ness of the room.
The Rayo is the synbol
of efficiency economy
Use Aladdin Security
OH or Diamond White
Oil to insure best results
in Oil Stoves hampu
Here are 'some other
specialties for the home
that every housewife
Ask for them by name.
If your dealer does not carry
these, write to our nearest
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
W.thln.tnn. D. C Charlotte. N C
NorlolU. V Chirletton. W. V.
Kichuiood, Va. ( Charleston. S. C