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"/ Have Found It"?A Starch Preparation
No More Cracked Collars or Split Pleats
After months of experimenting and rigid testing I have perfected a vegetable compound which, when used in proper proportion with ordinary starch; produces a
starch of rubber-like flexibility and velvet smoothness.
"Eureka" is mixed with ordinary starch while being prepared, and is applied by specially designed machines to collars,cuffs and shirt bosoms and pleats. "Eu?
reka" is a VEGETABLE mixture without any ingredients that might injure the finest fabrics.
Eureka" is Used Exclusively By the Royal Laundry
Give Us a Trial With Our Eureka Process
The Royal Laundry "Eureka" process lengthens the life of collars, cuffs and shirt bosoms and bands, eliminating altogether the cracking, scaling and splitting
which is so objectionable. A collar laundered by the Eureka process can be twisted like a shaving, and when released will immediately spring back into original shape,
showing no signs of cracking or roughness. We guarantee new collars treated by the Royal Laundry Eureka process to last at least four months.
The machines specially constructed for us applies the starch in such a way as to distribute it equally over the entire surface, and the fabric comes out
smooth and pliable and ready for the ironing and finishing processes. There are no "blistered" spots or wrinkles. All rough places are filled in and a kid-like surface
and smooth edge is produced that gives a unique result to all work done by the Royal Laundry Eureka process.
This is indeed a wonderful invention, or discover}., and one that gives the Royal Laundry an advantage that means much to all who have their work done by us.
"EUREKA" In Other Laundries
It is the intention of the inventor (Mr. Florsheim) of "Eureka" to manufacture the product in
Richmond and later on to market it all over the I'nited States. For the present and until plans are
perfected for a w ide and general distribution of this wonderful discovery; Eureka will be used EXCLU?
SIVELY bv the Roval Laundrv.
THE ROYAL LAUNDRY,
Phones Monroe 1959-1958.
M. B. FLORSHEIM, Proprietor.
311 North Seventh Street.
NO COURT DRESS
President Wilson Will
Insist on Plain Even?
Kaiser s Coming Court Last One
at Which Leishman's Creation
of Blue-Black and Gilt Will
Be Seen?Few Americans
to Be Presented
Lai ? iMi t. The T:me?-r>isr?at<.h>
p.-::;n. Taaaaij u ?a short, bri:
sVVst season of court festivities vrtll
oren during the coming ?eeK. with
ihe ?>rd?r.sfent on BaaeXty, which Is
a big reception by ti.e Kaiser to hold?
ers or ecBera, deceratieaa and tities
It will Le followed by a l!jr court, at?
tended by mem ?rs f>f the diplomatic
?< rps. a court unl'.. aawl preseniation.
the annual chapter ?>f xhe Orde- o;
the Black Eagle, the Kaiser's mil!tar\
rlrawirg room and numerous r- ? i>
The names af (Be A-. ' * i I wh'
w ni he pceaenti i at ? ? - k> .??
??eret at the ajBsrrleaa rasasanev,
the number m.. , ? be U??
than in IMS. I Use
cf the rjern-.ari newaeapees The aal]
or.ea heretofore Be i.Uowed as certain
ef ;.<??:.??. :. a.< Real Ida
<*hadw;ck ar.d Mi ?.??. It Is reported
t'r.at Charlemagne Tower, the former i
A.i'r:un arr.basra.ior. and hts daugh?
ter, will have a timta at court, ant!
a i* alto rumored that the Kaiser will
vlecorste Mr. Towtr. It is also ex
? I i that J?<.k l.'ishrr.an ti.e son of
th? arr.bassad r. ani his wife will 'oe
The coming tour: ;s expected to So
i?st at which la Ann-man UkMa?l
?nailer and h.s staff ? :;: appear in MaVl
i :al diplomatic uniform, as a report
I la gtntral c;rc nation that I'reoi-|
(J ant-Elect Wilaoa arttl insist on Amer[-|
tan diplomats appears* in plain ev,.n-[
::-g dr*^ Ar.-.b tss-.d<t Irishman sj
forts ;s Uta ceniplteons than it has!
often i*-n 4sacr1bts\ it is of blue- *
: 1 n. cloth wit:. st: i;- s. and is
somethir.it on the stj !< of the British.
iTIploraslai eon I I
Til ere :? mu -h ipscalstloa In court]
rrat'.c circles a:.d :n the|
Americas eeleaj t> to th* successor
? ?i Am'oaa.-ador Irishman. The em-i
ft!?;. under Mr I.eishman has prac-j
tie-ally take:, l.r.i-- .r.tere*: in social!
aiTsirs. and the American "lony has
dee* nded ait-igetaer xn CSaattSl-OlatUSlI
and Mrs Ti.a^k.ar
I'roares* 'it \ elation.
Herman> s pp. u- .:. aTtattM is,
gratifying This garematint ;s seri-j
eaely considering the . stabll-hment ot
a ministry ?f air, a-.d a large;
fleet of Zeppelin airships f"r military.'
naval and commcr* lal purposes is oe-i
in* rat idly built The company own-j
tag the z*ppeiin i smssin Isl pas-;
as eg si leiiflag ut aasen thi? week en-1
ter?-d the :..ih pdif'ng- r-carrying!
mark altkoal having reported injury!
!? h Mr.cl- [.-.-???? -.>;? ' 'i'hue lb fever-i
ish activity at the Zt opeiin works at j
Vnedriehshaff in th- saattet rf build-'?
ins n< w ships. T: rrui-?rs are to
? ?? pi. ?. .j *-...rti; on* h was'
built for the navy proved so success
' .1 ?? m another was order-d lmmedi
:.??!? une which has be in ordered
t- ? Hal?J mil >?? the first Sa\ot. i
military cruiser. The third will go t>'
th< j.HSstr.Rer Ormany Alishlp 0?m-\
j l'r*ncis and Florence Macleennan.'
? ? . UaetttaM stars on the c
r..ir. ??;-t/itl >Ut*, mho have had t-.|
print ipal role? fr.r three years st the'
i B?-i;:. Opera, l^ate Signed a contract
[with the Marri.ur_- op-ra f.-r 1? .??::?
!? r."r and ;-.r:c ?ourano parts.
BOWELS SLUGGISH. SHACK SOUR,
GASSY. UPSET? CASCARET5 GREAT)
That a?f ,1 M '? .ujug r4 h' id a-rj loal jra^? that pain in the pit r.f the
itorrw-h 'h' '^u?*?, Moatm;; after eafirj. ferhnc
acaa, ditrinra? and ?p k hr^rUrh?. mcan? >'.>.r ???.m^i h i-lull--f v>ij'I ii?- \,
t? torpirf?>''i-' ? ? ? .'"i It i-f't }< ?? ?'? rr.<' ? taiilt :t :-n < ;-..??
ticai?it's t.ili? . ?' ?'.
Trv Cabaret- - r-.rr! yfK iffitftl th? ?tr.TTU'r rrnVAr fnr .<? ,-.
geated -ted f?Tme: - : <oy| ?aaa?; tat* tJn> maam Mk from lite I
curry off the e on-tip-'et ??- ttar fr<-m the U ?ej. r ?-. )-|.
at taJni A Caacaxrt j->." raaj -n* you out by mornmg ? Adv
-CASCAJiETS WORK WHILE YOU SLEEP."
10 ' ' ' '
MU .1 ???? AHTHI.
V?ton. r> C, January 11.?
!?:??.??? nt F1M<m. of th? S 'Jlh'rti
i'?mpan< rommrnlina to-day
ith???t--n Si?t?? B*f ?11 oth
al th? ?ouniry in eeOaa
<>r>m*nt in !>ir Thrr' r
% teellt in th? I i..t. 1 ftHat*.
loath aaawarr fl ir.ir? rvrttoa than
"f aU athat actuoaa aX ta? L'nUad
President of Railway Clerks
Seeks Collectorship of Port
John J M ?'arthy. otic of the candt
- tof C 1: ? . ? ->r <>f Customs. Port
I ? :? ?!. ?as horn In this city.
Mi rtuiatut in Ibe Catholic ecaoola
her*. He la a railroad 1MB. having
? ? ? n f?.r a l<mg time connected with
<'hc*apcake arid Ohio aa a clerk
Ith n with ti" Atlantic <?aat Line, arul
n ? '? ..ffi. . s of the Bc.ihoaro
: me in thda ?lty Hia frlenda make
'h. cinm f->r him of competency on
:he gro.in.l mt Ms ?xpert knowledge of
i o .n'irt and transportation
He ban he, n grand organizer of the
I r ?h?'hor,d of Railway Clerka. and is
:.<>w pre*ld?Tt of the local division.
Mr lf<-<"arthy. the youngest of the
Candidates, has the back Inf of Tory
many of the younger eleenent of the
n v. . hmond. Hla frlenda are
l only ay the numher of hia
a- qaaintan- ea.
??1*1 BJ CHIOAOO.
Beaaanaalhle. >a>a layer Hirrbna, far
? be prvvwleeer ef CsBBBB
Cbieaaj.-i. Jermary He?I*aroled con?
victs infest thle city. aaJd Mayer Gar? I
ter Harrison Xa a p%t>U9 araaaaaajBtJ
he denounced the leniency of the courts
as responsible for the prevalence ot
crime. Too great leniency in dealing
with criminals, he said, was respon?
sible for many lighway robberle?.
"This city in I'ecember was made
the 'dumping ground" for sixty-seven
convicts paroled from Illinois peni?
tentiaries." Mr. Harrison said. "Most
emphatically I protest against this. 1
protest also against leniency to men
who are caught with pistols in tn.-tr
possession. I was pleased to hear that
.nidge Sabath a few days ago fined
? man t-fO. the limit, for carrying a
pistol. That should be tne penalty in
all cases." I
Raleigh. N. C. January II.?T'-.e 1
Bank of Goldsborn bj cliarfererl ].y the
Secretary if State for a generj.1 com- .
mer> ial and savings business. The
capital is I2.i0.oon authorized and ?
$.'9.l-iO subscribed by .lames Kyle. J.
M. Alle?. J. M. Kdgerton and J 1*. Bar
2fe?r OfSoaatSL January 12 - Tiie report .> #
Ikm sseregavy ">'? Ike v w ortim cotton
Kvchanee shows that Iks amount of cotton
(.-'?uKht in-o sieh* dn-lne the first four
months of the pr<ser.t staese was J.tSIS
bales. The exnor's -.v-r '."tin* ba>s. an
Ir.crease of HMM l.aies. T.i? takings were,
rrbers aaraaten UaaVSTJ aalest an in
? rear.- ..' tS.Ttit ha:#s. by Bsatlksra spinners.
bi'?j. an increase ??.' .-ft.MB hales. '
f offen Mot,
Frederick County Orchardists
Make Fine Showing at Horti?
[Special to The Tim<-s-Plspatch.]
Winchester. Va. January 11 ?The
leading fruit arowers of Winchester
and Frederick C?if returne.f to-day
from I^ynchburjt. where they have been
attending th~ oeviMonth awiaal con
i.r.'ion of the Virginia Marti -iltural
Sorffiy, and several of'th?- horticultu?
rists br 'Ujrlit back witM them CM rlch
? M . cam of the prizes offered in con
nefHIeja With the fruit show, which was
declar.-d to have bc*n the larSTr-et and
am* eaaapleta ir. the -history of the
The apple men of Frederick County
.i; I ired the majority ft the cash.
I?!rttand ribbon prizes offer* d by |M
. ty and also by the Lynchburjf
..<:..'-er of Commerce and namTnus
companies which manufacture orchard
supplies. Thomas W. Steck, owner arid
manager of Uta ?Jreenwond orchards,
ni OMajMSk fi>p saOea south of Win
( chaster, won mere valuable prizes than
i anv two persons making exhibits of
fruit, and the greater number .if the
premiums he won were first prizes.
Bon?l Brothers. William S. Htett et S >n
and other large orchardists of this
county won handsome prises with their
displays of apples.
Threnas W. Steeg was the onIv fruit
grower in the State who wss singled
out by President W. A. Pratt and Sec?
retary Walter Whatelv for special inen
ti m in their annual reports. The nres
ident and the secretary made parti, u
lar reference to the winning by Mr.
Steck of a large solid silver cup. val?
ued at $75". which was ti e principal
and most coveted pri:>- offered at the
American Ieand and Irrigation (Exposi?
tion in New York recently for the best
? '?? ? boxes of apples, five of any
variety. Aprle growers /r>m every
ar>ple-producing State east of the MIs
I at ' rl River competed for the prize
and the award, which was verv cIosel\?
, BDti --Ted. was made to Mr. Mack on
quality. Professor H. K. Van Oeman.
s?ld to be the greatest living expert
or. apples, judged the display* in New
York and I>yn -hburg
In addition to bringing home many
-^s' prizes. Mr. Steele also win another
solid silver cup. which was offered for
the b?st and most attractively wrapped
and packed box of apples.
Go to Norfolk via the Norfolk and
Western Railway?the oajy line run?
ning through trains without rhnnje.
F.ed\c Ruhniond Q A. M. and 3 P. M.
Pullman Parlor cars.?Ad\erfisemrnta
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Special for 10 Days
WITH EVERY PURCHASE OF A
CLARK JEWEL GAS RANGE
We Guarantee That the
Clark Jewel Gas Range
Range Like Cut, $19.80 Will Give Satisfaction.
N. KLEIN & SON, Inc.
620 EAST BROAD STREET