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Politicians at Sea on Points to
Be Touched on By Chief
DOCUMENT MAY BE BRIEF
Nation's Head May Address
Congress When He Regains
Spee-a.ation is rife in political cir
**._ here today a.? to th?? contents of
Preait?nt Wilsons "aanual m??sage
Congre?? will convene on Monday.
December 1, and after appointing a
'"?-?jrnmittee to wait upon the Presi
dent, '.o inform him that it will be
[?leased to receive any commum
?ation that he sees fit to offer, will
?dja?irn until Tuesday noon when it
will meet in Joint session to receive
tb? m-*s.?age. Heretofore, the Presi
dent has delivejed ht*. annuiti rtips
-age m person. t>*i" hie illness this
year will necessitate it being read.
Ne-naire lav Be? Brief.
A? ? ne annue! messene o? the Tres!
dent .a his report on the "state of th?
nation, :? ???4 ?,--o ?=? r?* I i ? been eoe? Dtel
as a fact trial the document th':? veer
?e-Ml be a volumi (toii* sITalr. in view
? >f the state ?f general unrest both
here and abroad.
It haj been prophe???d tritt ??.
Wilson ?Ml melee public his views on
the fa,ilure of the Sena'e to ratl.'y th?
;????.? treaty wtth <;ermany. tbe high
?*ost ot living, railroads, coal situa
Wi?!-..n th? pa?' f? w ?lay?, however,
'ber? have been indie-ation? in official
? ircles that the ??-'S..a?''? will r.';t g??
te su?? length?. Wise political fore
?asier-i point ?out that the Pre? ?lent
:nv ""?el dlspoi????! to content himse'f
with a very brie' rnej<?age. ca'ling at
tention to the fact that the Congres?
ha? been In t'moit coiUinuouj sefeiori
?iri'-e he reported a year ogo on the
?tate of the nation.'' and that It I?
fully ?ogniaant o? the problems con
? -onting It.
Tl? President, according to tliavse
?ouree?. ?n his messa?*? to the first
?salan of the MiT*h-ei?uh ?"-?ngree*.
..utll.i'd a verv d?fln?te pr^e-ram of
'egislation whi?-h has been practieai
x untoiiched. In a. later *p???ial me?
?age delivered Just prior to hi* leavln-f
??n hi? "'?Twing around the ?-irrie" he
?sked for legieUtion to on?at the
'?lin cost of living, which has only
[?ar'ially keen enacted
The coal situation, i; is pointed out.
. m the hands of I>r. Garfield and the
? abmet fnder thesje circumstan'-e??
? ertain Adnrini ?ration leaders be
ere that the President, being physi
? ally unable to deliver the mes.-age
?a per?on. ?vili ?Imply outline the ?"it
s'iob. .-all attention tn the pro-rr?,Bn
' leg-Hie,?ion rem* i ? ins; to be enact
ed. and ask thai* the ("ongreas get to
?? ork Immediately
Later on. It is believed, when the
President lies recovered hie strength,
he will deliver a special message in
person should the i'or\p:reee fall to
? nact nay part of hi? program.
MUST SHOW PHOTOS.
VUW VOP.K. Xov ???"Tick?s,
?lease." will noon become "Pho*o.-i!
she* your phot<_?e!" on the Penn.'y.
\anla railro??. The company ?*
??ounces that commutation books muat
bear the photograph? of purchaser??.
I Headache |
\ ? V
ah !>uu ? ?10 ?_ 25c
a_y be ?*_?-_? ea? mnre eenmue ?r_ditate? ,
_ lite torme*, offra wiU be ?vo?_d br
tfroouptiy -pv_t the ?*__ e dose of mio
JENKINS CAN TAKE
CASE TO MEXICAN
MEXICO CITY, Nov. 29.?
Hilario Medim. under secretary
for foreign ? fairs, stated today
that William O. Jenkins, im
prisoned American consular
agent, couki take his case to the ?>j
Mexican federal courts if he de
sired He added that all the
facilities of the Mexican laws
were at Jenkins' disposal.
The Mexican j?overnment, ac
cordin?? to dispatches from the
capital, previously had taken the
stand that Jenkins, char-red -srith
conspiracy in his own abduction
by bandits, was under the juris
diction of the Puebla -?tate
courts and that the federal gv\
ernment could not interfere.
U. S. Demands That Carranza
Furnish All Records In
(Continued from First Page.)
?*?? with the southern republic be
levered, recognition of the Carransa
.dministration withdrawn, and Mexico
reated like an ? ? lem alienai outlaw.
Hllllna- < allea I?-.art-iil*?!
Wallace was shot last Wednesday
it l'o'rero dei Llanov-and. according
O the ?tate Department? advices, the
cllling was unv, arfanted. A mule
Vallare was rid ng was said to have
hied at a rnaeliine gun. overturning
I. Wallace was ?hQt immediately by
lie Mexican federal soldier.
?Tli?: State Department today wag
tudylng the charge of perjury
Touglit against Jenkins in the Mex
can reply to the American note de
nari ling his release. Contrary to
irevlous reports that the main chanr?
X~ nst Jftikns was collusion with
? ?indite to extort ransom nonev from
he M.xic.in government the Mexican
lot* declared that Jenkins was being
leid in prison tar alleged perjury in
estlmory before State Judge "Tronco
<t Pu^li'a. An Investigation already
tas satisfied Secretary of State Lan- '
Ing that the collusion charge Is base?
Through t.?e American embassy at
iexico City, the Op.? riment a*?ked for
ill 4ivid??nce in connection with the
lerjury c h?rg<v Should the American
"*? Tvernment dec?,'?? that Mexf?o La
:i wer ranted In l.eeriln- Jenkins in
?rison 'on this ground, an ult:n**Btum,
ixing a date for his release is ex
acted. . ?
EIGHT AMERICANS SLAIN
SINCE WARNING IN JULY
On July 22. last, the United State?
iarne-1 Mexico that further slaying
'f Americans would seriously affect
iiir relations ?ith that nation. James
Vali_?*. who was kiileil Wednesday,
?ras the eighth American as well ss
he employe ot the <iij>f Company, to
n?et death at lh : hands of Mexicans
in??* that date.
According to Srate Department re<?
>rds the ?*ight *SI*_r*letS iiav?j b?--en in
July 31, R. A. Cunningham at Mata
August 2?*. Adam S< haefer st Pinoa.
?viirr-ist .10, ft. S. Merlili at Ci.ara.
September 2, A. P. l?enneasy at La
September 21. Lieut. ?, H. Connelly.
:. S. ?.. at ltahla. I Is at F. ?. Water
louae at f'ahla. (The*?? were the two
irmy aviators who lo?t their way.
vere starved and finally murdered by
November 14 E. K. Lack at Mexi
ali. said to have been killed by a
November 26, James Wallace, at
Unofficial records also show that
Vallace Is the seventh American
riTed by """arranra soldlers In the
i?OOD SEES WAR PERIL \
IN MEXICO SITUATION
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 29?Speaking
it a luncheon here MaJ. Oen. Leonard
Vood. commander of the Central de
?artment of the army, declared that
vroblems of the country are those of
eadqustment "now that ware are
iver," adding "unless we lose more
I? I? '?? yoor tteat Interest I? pal
.?ar l.ikeriT Rumi Interest I a VV ? S.
No giti that will be more
appreciated, no gilt that so
well expresses the good
taste ot both the giver and
the recipient .
We invite your inspection / /
of our large and beautiful
collection Come in any
une?you ire not under
.??? obligation to purchase.
BY COAL FAMINE
Miners Walk Out in Districts
Controlling Supply of **?
(Continued from First Page.)
of JusMce policy?the mines will be
?eir.ed by the Government, and operat
ed If possible f ?
Officials of the American Federa
tion of I?bor think that the situatlor*
l?i this district is significant of the
temper of the miners toward the
The men have quit the pits without
any mobilization by the leaders or
strike order of ayn sort. They have
walked out without giving the com
panies a moment's notice. ?
According to William J Trirkett.
secretary-treasurer of the United
afine Workers. In District No. 16. ?aye
that all mines in the Potomac field
are closed down, with the exception
of those at Shaw and Baird. which
are expect,??-! to he tied up today. The
Davis I'oal and Coke Company d?
clar?e that a portion of it? mine.?? are
still working. The Consolidation Coal
Company knows nothing of the re
ported intention of its miners' to
quit, and says that its mines are in
operation from Midland to Mt. Savage
J. II. A. Morrow, of th? National
Coal Association, says that the action
of the Georges Creek Company ia r?Jt
In line with the policy determin ?
upon by the operators.
Of fiel.?? Arr Pie?**??.
Outside of the situation in the?"?
fields, officials profess tn be p'ea.??? ?I
with the situation, and that progr?>?.?
is being made rapidly towards th??
resumption of production.
Officials of the Government a,?.?
hopeful that this offer, with the gva?! ?
ually clearing atjrtoephert will have a
material effect in persuading "?li ??
men to return te the -nines.
The War Department and the De
partment of Justice are well forti
fied, it was stated, for inetant action
along any lines that may be found
Dr. GarnVid busied himself during
the niiimhig with the preparation of
a elate?ent which he expect,?, to Issue
to the.? puWic later toda.<*. These
statement?, ?leal with the facts and
figures in the sltuaf'on, ?nd are for
the purpose, it Is stated, of clarifying
deta.ls and Incidental features of th?
whole situation in the minds of the
people of the country.
Mid-Weat Fare? Panala?.
The Middle West is on flie thresh
old ol industrial shutdown as tile re
sult of cual shoitage. according to
reports rtachias Wa.-hington.
Officials are startled over the con
ditions an re\ealed in confidential
telegrams to the Railroad and I? net
administrations, and realise that re
sumption of productioii in the central
competitive district must be had at
Restriction? have been < lamped
dowu on inlust'ial < onsuci ption of
coal in the Chicago district to such
an ?.xtent lhat fuel is being r?les,>ed
now only for public utiM;?? and do
le?.? than a fifteen-day ?uppjy of
coal is available for the majority <?f
big IndiiFtrisI concerns?even the
packers afe hard put to it to keep -re
ine; The Arn.our. Swift, and Morris
official? say* that the Vsituat ion Is
grave, but that they will ftot be forced
to curtail if they can l*e ast-ur^d of a
now- supply within two weeks' time.
tenie In Northwest.
In the Northwest, the S'ates beyond
the I"pp??r Mis.vssippi. coal shortage i
has become so acute that J??J? cars
were rushed from the rtoci.s at Duluth
yestertlay to evert a-heolute famine.
5uppli?vi from Pennsylvania and West
Virginia er?? heme; rushed to the Chi-j
cago distribution points in response te'
'??Ori" call? from many sour? es.
A' call for a co:if e rene?? of the gov- I
ernor? of all soft coal producing !
.Staves has been isued by Governor
Gardner of Missouri. Its main dis
cussion will be the prev?-ntlon of in
dustrial paralysis In the Mississippi
Froi?i Denver, Kansas City. Dallas,
and Top^ka. reports come .showing
that thousands of homr>? are now
without ?:oal snd that suffering is
scute. Know and z? ro temperature?
are nfiw found In northwes*. Texas,
Colorado und Wyoming.
"BANDIT HUNTER" GIVEN
770-DAY JAU SENTENCE
A total o^ 770 days In J.iil on three
charges was the eentenc?? Imposed
upon John J. Sherwood 1>\ .Judge J|,?.
Mahon In police court yesterday. This
is the most severe sentence imposed
in this court in months.
After a few drinks of firewater
Sherwood went bandit hunting at Sev
enth street and Pennsylvania avenue
northwest, according to the testimony
of Policeman o. U Curtis, 'who made
the arrest. When the officer placed
Sherwood under arrett the latter drew
a revolver and let the officer look
down the barrel. Th?; pistol was
knocked from his hand and he was
given a free trip to the station.
Sherwood teatilled that he had 1-een
held ?., in the vicinity of Sevenfh
Street and Pennsylvania avenue and
that he had gotten a revolver and re
turned to hunt for them.
"sudge, 1 don't remember pointing
my gun at any officer.'' he said. " I
was Just looking for those men that
held me up and I had the gun in my
He was sentenced to serve 3*0 days
for carrying concealed weapons. 3(0
day? for assaulting the officer, and S*>4
or fifty days for intoxication. Not
having the $30 he choo?e the fifty
Drag-Store .SeU It'
Five million people
uae it to KILL
XXteo?eri celi reumtv a? %9 peer.
-ta teslet ?re* ?at?, sure, ae
etiataa?e??k? ng s e ?? Is I?
hetste?-eeJie-ve? trip la 1 ?laya
Upper beck if it feil?. Tk?
f ???at Wes haa s t?e
-?? with Mr. ??G?
At AB kmue Suero?
Papa's Return V - - <s_~'? *v ** - By BRIGGS
ENDS REPEATED CALLS
Church Has Combined Ail Needs ini
Present Campaign Requests,
Speaker Here Says.
That the Kpiscop.il Church has de-j
clde?i to do away with the rei??vued I
calls for money for various cauj?;s, ?
and that the nation-wide campaign
is to combine its various needs in ohm
appetii, was stated last light at ?tbl?** '
Chun h of the Epiphany before rep-? - j
sentatives of th?.? vaiious parishes ol '
Washington by the Hev. Dr. William
B. Milton, ot Wilmington. N. C.
- "It has be*n the custom to bave
the wealthier sections of the coun
try, overrun with speakers eeeU:i
runfle." nakl Dr. Milton. "One chute
in^tlie S<.uth never has had a vi?'???
to Its pulpit in the fifty-four ye.?,i.-?;
..f Its existence. The reason ia ??'at'
it la a poor parish. (
?So the last gene.ral conferente de
cided to combine ;hc needs o? th* I
church In one budget snd to appo-- '
tlon thia according to the wealth of
th?? dio?e?es. Some of ?these h*?.*'*?' ?
been allotted much larger sums than
th?f IVJua.lHio a y-j-tr for three r<Vr*
we are asking fiom the dlocp-siv e?
Washington, and others much smaller
The upeoker stressed the p>?;>t tl'f-t
the pledges of funds would by liv???!
up to. In seven vears, lie ,?-?!<1. ?I*}|
bas I'.ad hut one barlclioner a$k tUj,
'ov.er the amount pledged, and li?,?,
scoldt-d thia woman for not asking
rr.cnths before *.o have It cut down,
because her husband had been wifh'?'jt
work for three months.
Women of the diocese m?ii yester
day at the home of Urs. J. C. Boy?l.
1621 Twenty-sconii Stre*Sl northw-st,
and planned their active participation
? ? the "Kver.\t .Member Canva?*". foi
the coming vv?*e|?. , . .
FLIER REACHES. INDIA.
LONDON. Nov. '29.?Ci.pt. Poise '
Smith. Hrittfli avlnlor. who is at
t'tnpting a flight to Australia, has
reached Delhi. India, according to
(,'ifpatches received here.
(Continued from First Page.)
more Rockefcllers, if -t could get |
from them ten dollars for on;
instead of prtting as it does from I
profiteers through Governiuei.t tin !
ceDtu for a dollar.
??ady Astor, an American young
woman. Is the flrst female member
of the British House of C'oumous
That is amusing at leaet m
America. Many Knglishmen ilid
not. digest their dinners well laut
night when they heard the new*,
ejp?3clally the old-fashioned tory
sort that eat heavy dinners.
The first woman In the British
Parliament is American, and a
moet unconventional young woman,
which adds another horror to the
?? .t nation for tiie ultra-British con
servative. When she said to a
crowd of voters, "I have six chil
dren now, and I haven't finished
yet," Mrs. Grundy had a spasm.
Interesting ?sipht whet} the young
woman first appears in the mem
bers' lobby with a big rope of
pearls around her neck, an inter
esting hat on one side of her head
and a quick reply f0r all the com
There are many things that the
young woman might say, but will
uot say, aa the driver of the I?ndon
"ionr-wheeler" remarked when be
had "a lady inside.'*
There is no doubt that she will
make herself interesting, but read
her flrat speeches, remembering
what Samuel .lohneot? said about
a lady preaching:
?*81r, a women's preaching Is
like a -Jar's walking oa Ita kind
1er?. It is not 4?ne weif, bat
y?? en surprise A te n** H isst
THE Rev. Dr. William
H. Milton, of Wil
mington, N. C, who ?3 in
Washing-ton aiding the
preparations for the Capi
tal's participation in the
nation-wide campaign of
the Episcopal Church. It
is planned to raise $62,
000,000 in one day, De
BUYS PAPER MILL
I.BWISTON, Me., Nov. 29. -Sale of
controlling interest in the IVjepsco
Taper Company nnd subsidiaries by
the W. It. fara?n* Company of New
York to Julius H. Barnes, of Chicago,
t'nlted States wheat director, was an
nounced to minority stockholders here
yesterday. The property includes four
mills in (lie State and Nova Sc?otia
tmber in thia State. (Jut-bee and New
l'runswick and a fleet of tuga and
The sale price was estimated to be
in eae?ss ??r ?7-io.ooo.
Among those who rendered musical
and literary number*! at the reception
to the upiK-r . in.-'-n.. ? of the Wash
ington School of Chiropractic, given
laat night In the Metacrott building
by. l?r. J Shelby Itlley, dean of the
facul'v of the Institution, were l?r.
Ililey. Ur. M. S. Shifferman, William
K ?tuthrauir and Miss Shefferman
The Chlvallon Orchestra furnished
music for th?? ?ci-asion.
On Face h Pimples. Padly
"My baby had ecsema. It started
on bis tace, and his face ?was badly
dlaficureif. It broke out in pimple**.
?nd Tt -Jicrwarda came on ?.is ??>?> ?
Ke cou'rj not sleep but would cry
half tbe time. He 1. J this for s
"I sa? an ad-mtiaement for Cun
eare and I sent fer ? free ?amele. I
bought mort, aad when 1 bad need
taro trsv-enty-Ave-oent boxes of Oint
ment *rhh tbe Cusicxira So?*?, he was
heated" tSi-rnad) Mrs. S. Hucku.
R. 1, Bos ?.Com?, Qa.
Make Cutis*???? Snap, Ointment and
Talcan* yo? daMy taiiat yeeparat?ons.
}S ?stai aa?:, Talr???
a?c Sola thromaO-^M ?
?tamp?? ?**?_> irr? tii sai
_____^____L___ W_____e ?? ?*?' " "
FIND BATHING PLACE OF
l'rofoseor I) ?-rovere Trafks of Ex
tinct Monsters on Ala
AGAMKDA. Cal., Nov. 28?The Ala
meda beach, which attracts thousand?
of bathers yearly, was once the bath
Ing place of a herd of prehistor ?? mas- :
lodon?. fonie of them growing to a
height oi/thirteen feet, according to
Willis Drake Winetrout. former pro
fessor of the University of Wisconsin,
and a member of the I'nited States :
bpard of research, who has Just com- ?
pleted a study of the Alameda Island.
Winetrout made a special trip to '
California to investigate a report* that
an elephant's track measuring nenrly
?wo feet across had been discovered
In solid rock bur ed two feet under
mud and sand Just off the Alameda
The discovery of the track ws?
made last July hy a party of bathers
at a time w h?_ the tide was out.
Among the bathers was Allan I?wi5,?
of New Jers'v. a former etudent of
Winetrout. wl.o made known the d1s
sovery to Winetrout and sent a map
showing the exact location of the ele
phant's footprint, which is about It
yards from the foot of Bay street.
MOUNTED POUCE SOON
1 LEAVE FOR THE ARCTIC
Party Will Take Mail 1,009 Miles by
Dog-Sit?? to Tradere and
VANCOUVER. Br.tlsh ColumbU.
Nov. 29?The royal northwest mount
ed police expedition to Hershel Isl
and and Rampart House will leave '
here the last week of December tir .
the first week of January. They will
be drawn by dogs the entire distance
or 1,000 mllea It will be done in ,
relay, however. 500 miles from Daw- '
son to MacPherson and thence to
ltampart House and Hershel Islt_d.
The party will take outside mail to
?he arctic whalers, tradera, explor
era, missionaries and others.
$2 A GALLON WHISKY
ORDER STARTI- TOWN
CRYSTAL SPRINGS Mie_ Not. ?? '
?"Joe Send me another gallon oj"
whiekey like the gallon I got last
night- Enclosed find $2 "
A near-riot w?_ In the making when
this order was found in an old build
ing. Then somebody spoiled the int. I
? discovering the order was dated
TAG DAY BENEFITS
D. C NURSERY S0?T1
""York in Diatrlt-t.
.so? T-raUri tharitj
Blue and Whbi?/Vt! i f. diamo???a
are hanging tr*p\ t*n? f-Sir ot hum
dre-d? ? ' men. ??r^-a ka Ad children ia
Fifteen tag da> learn* have divi??4
the city into district? and are ap
pealing for fi nd? lur Ui? Instructiva
Visitine Nurse -?ec-ie-Ty i'ontnla?
tion? er* to He used jcr I ? ?rea? ing
the number of ?urte? <-,n th? ?tati
of the ?ocet>. O?* J>re?< ??t '??re? ??I
sixteen being ? fi-t*tye ? t Inede ,uete f?*s
the 4?>(?.(?>? pe? pit o? th? !i?,rici
Mr? ?; 1 row ? V. ?? ? . halrman ot
tag day. stated t>. te murn-ing 'Kveiy-S
one buying a t??* la helping to p.c?
vide nuraing care for all thoae, rief
or poor, who a re,sick in \? ashlsagt'?*!
thi? winter, and ?more tL?r? thi? i?
helping to preneet the ci.) again?!
sickneaa " t
? tree iT-evre l'alane.
Twenty years of work lr th* .-!".*
ha\e -..roved th? > a u? of th* visiting
nurees and ?or fir tt-err, ; h? imlor.i
ment of Surgi?cTi ?',??? ra. Hue ot
Heelth ?"?-mmteeloner Fowl? r of ?Im
president* of the ??liarob*' of com
merce, th* Rotary Club, and th* Boa?
of Trade and SU errir orgar. satian?
"The 1 V, >i ?,? >tre Whitmas
Cross, president o* _* ?o-rtety eald
this m? rning "liV* a h??pilal. as
n?tib**r a charlf? ???? ? ?elf-support
ing lest lui '??? Han. .?f our r*"
tiente pa> the ful: co?' cf our ?*'??
Ice. and waj end*a?or to make all our
fee? very reasonable But many other
p. ople are unabla to meet th? ful
iharge. and ?oro? can pe> nothing ai
all. these ?ave treat free of charge, ob
the ?an?* r T.'ipie t.-,al a hoepita
has it? free ?arda
"Ba cause all th* work of th* ee
elei) both the ?ar? o' th* aickneee
and th* edu? ?tion for health ts ?
protection tc the city es a whole, era
belur?* ?? e ar* 'ustifsed :r. arking foi/
the support of all cititene "
Th* captean? ?l th* fifteen tag ?Jay
teams include Mr? Whitman Croaae
Mra Adolph Mille?? M?-? Isabel E?
pey M-?. Frederick Keep l_d) Wll
lert. >',..?? Uiuia? ? ng Mr?. J W
Allison. Vn F A William Mrs H
W ?\ ?mer ?*?? ? Ff finger Mrs
Flasher. Mrs Tcrri:! Mr? laaae Gena
Mr? C I. St teon M'es riera Fen-er
Smlth. Mr?' Howard Hodgkin? )r
Mr? Corcoran Eustia Mra. W Morton
O rinne 1 Mrs Corcoran Thorn and
Mrs. M Kauffmann Mrs Regir?It*
Huidekop? r i? in charge of the cam
paign headquarter? at ISOi F street
Care Of Ummj
The ?xh'bitlon e?f th* proper care el
a young bahy which was given at th?
temporary F street he*adquarter? oa
Wednesday. 1? bejng repeited tod?)?
Mis? Marjorif Hamli on* of the six
teen I V N S -iure*? is demonstrat
ing how to bathe, dress and put a
tnaby t.? bed. Bable? whom Mis?
Han-Ill has ca*ert fer since their blrtfc
are the "stars jn the ? ?-tvblt'on which
is being eagvr y watched by many
mother* and inter, too. who flock
Into th* headqu*.? ter? for more in
formetion and in<-t*~i?< tion
Other phases o' the work of the
I. V. N. S are ?ho? ? at *lhe rre?d
quarter* by means of photograph?
These include four diet,net eervicej
?genera) nuraing visits Including
regular call? on chronic invalids
which often make it possible for other
member? of the family tc reitlSM
to carry on outside work ins*ead of
st.vinr at home to care for the pa
tient: hourly nursing for as many
hours nuring th* day as the patient
needs. n?teroitjr t? r?mr which
mean* the car? of a nuira?* at th?? time
of. child birth av? well as care and
instruction for the mat her before
and after th? b,rlr. of the baby; at?
Industrial nuT_r.g for workers bo
at the place ?: employ
their hornet ehe*- needed
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Its Many Conveniences
For shaving?for bathing?for every
early-morning use?the Perfection
Oil Heater is the reliable standby.
The Perfection brings heat at a
moment's notice?wherever needed,
and in the quantity desired.
It is clean, safe, portable, odorless
?burns ten hours on a gallon of
kerosene?is easily filled and re
Aladdin Security Oil gives the best re
sults. At your dealer's.
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