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creams and lotions and If jou are disgusted with cupping-cups and massage.
If sou are wear of hot packs and water splashing and disgusted with taking
puis and dope aaverxiRed oy female doctors and drug and department stores
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opment as jou have craed with our whole heart
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ing anj more time or foolish contrivances and worthless dope
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rteed know that vou are taking our trtatment. as jou can use it secretly in jour
own private room Do not delaj because one application will convince jou of
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f cent effect and note the tingling exhilarating action it exerts on the bunt, fore
runner of the splendid development It will give miii Write to da If jou
,allj desire to develop i our bust o.ulcklv Don t send an mone MVDIMB
moielli:: cnnriM, suite sit. ism w i;e t ui.mlii. colo.
Eyeglasses and Spectacles
Only Two Cents Each
YET YOU WOULDN'T PAY EVEN A CENT IF YOU HAVE
NO NEED OF THEM.
Would You Like to Be Freed From Slavery to Glasses? If
So, Read the Interesting Book Now Obtainable Free.
It is predicted that within -i few
vears ejeKlasses and spectacles will be
so scarce that there w ill be no demand
for them iicipt as curiosities and we
may see the signs oncring mem ai i
cents a pair This ts consistent
-ogress of scienye in this nge of
rs of living rrachlnes wireless
aphj ttleplioins phonogriphs
ut cspe iill in the mir clous
cement of knoul dee in saving
and hcilth including tli.it of the
iportint organs of sight1
(anMCM re Merelv Kie Crutrliea.
ook has bfen written bj Dr Cor
in eminent . w "Vork phjsiclan.
Festruin and other e disorders
l cause so much trouble to those
ed including the need of wearing
asbes or spectacles
s treatibe explains i simple, safe,
home-treatment inctnod w hereby
yho wears ejeglasses or fears the
j!t. i of soon doing so, maj trraduallj
strengthen the nerves muscles and
membranes of the cjes until they arc
Jn so much better condition that "op
ticians' windows' aro unnecessary.
Any one who reads the book soon real
izes that Dr Corish his given the
world what It has long desired i fjs
tem of oje saving that Is absolutely de
void of belladonna opium atropine or
other harmful drugs commonly used In
eye remedies and which depend ihieflj
upon tho finer principles of nature
Dr. Corish has written enthusiastlc
allj. jet carefullj He conies forward
with the edict that ejeglasses must go.
Ills slogan is
Throw lwar lour Glnaaes.
The Doctor sajs the ancients never
disfigured their facial beauty with
thej emplojcd certain
nun liave lateli
been brought to ligh' which Dr Corish
Jh"" lm.proVe,i "Pon and added to. with
ine aid of modern science His book
is not written in technical language
even a child can understand It. This
brochure is aptlj entitled
"How to Save the Pyes."
-if,",'?1!! Ilas becn Printed which
will be given awa one copv abso
rnr) e to Sl,er '"oa who asks
for it There will not be a cent to pay
J.Ji on.',, "essarj to write (a post
r?rd. V'1' d) to OltoH Laboratorj.
"Vf' Roc1"""". N "S . and the
book will come to jou promptly, la
plain wrapper gratis j ostpaid.
Health Dnmnr.l l mUK Ky
S1'" or "l.",'"R t'", '1o "t hold their
disorders within themselves but are
often allied with other serious trouble
such as hcidiche nervousness, neu
rasih.nn sleepiessmss morbid crav
ings fear of approaching calamitj In
nl.i v to ...ncentnte thoughts Irrl
tahilitv d sponln(v and a long train
I ? ,tI;.a"L""ti""'5 which could be cllm
tnaled if the pvcs were brought to a
normal condition so that glasses need
not be used The book tells about
these dlsord"rs and how to overcome
es llrmitlflil I-yrs
r unsscs, nnnt the
.et ri I
simple method evplilntd 'in the book,
inu vou miv soon t cromc tlio pos
sessor of beautiful expressive, soulful,
magnetic ejes socb -,., ire tne admira
tion of all Milllonh are to day wear
ing glasses who could soon discard
them if thej adopted the method
brought forth bj Dr Corish A person
with natural, perfect eyesight frco
from disfiguring spectacles, has the
best winning chance in life
Xaluahlr Hook In (rrr to 1on
Worth its weight In gold" is one of
the expressions often used in praising
Dr Corish s book It Is Interesting for
m n and women of all ages. This trea
tise and the method described, as well
as parts of our advertisement, aro be
ing imitated as are all good things
but brass could never replace true
gold, neither could anything else take
the place of Dr Corish s book and
method so do not delaj. but write now
Ton will be surprised and delighted
with what jou receive
A BIMTLB BEItB QUICKLY CURES TH13
DOE-VD DISEASE TO STAY CCHED.
Diabetes bas heretofore been considered incurable;
amd the odIj hope held out to tha afflicted hu
bren to prolonc their years by strict dieting.
A plant recexitlT (discovered Jn Mexico called
DUbrtol Herb, baa been found to be a specific in the
treatment of diabetes, quicklj rcduocs the aprciSc
grajity and near, rectories ncor and buUding up
Thii harmless rejetable remedy will relieve the
patient of bis worst symptoms In the mott ajsra
vated eases within a week, and to prove it we will
mail the fint LOc package for 3c. with frt booklet
of special Talne to the diabetic, coataluicg latest
diet lut and cxdnsrre table of food Talucs, citing
percentage of starch, and ragar (carbohydrates) la
3 different foods.
Tell your afflicted friends c this ofTer and svod
Be ttxlay for a falUizrd 50c package. AMKJ
CHEMICAL CO.. Box K. Whitney Point. V I.
largest Morning Circulation.
The Dr Lorau Qeatrio
Bcxlr Btiimj U tit imt
ctt wlf-cun for weAkneai
and debuitr th. world hai
vcr koovn. o drucs, no
mfdldne no dietinc bo un
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and tbfa lnnctioti vrtu do
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of Thai life Into tout
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during tha tima you ara
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matism weak back, ner
Touuwsa. atom&ch lirar.
and kidner divrdera rario
ralt and atopa loasca. Dr
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Battery ij a hiffh srada batterjr, reqnirFs no ehiraong
with rinesar or aada, la 300 pr cent aier applied,
dm 400 per oent gnatrr aerrica and ia Bold at a
low prise wtthout addad coet far fanej books.
A bnoklet with fiilt paitirolari and factory prion
br mail KTIEJ-. eeaJrl.
U. II. LORETNE ELECTRIC WOTIKB.
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rangements will then call for them to
come to the benate Chamber, where,
amid a brilliant throng of statesmen, dip
lomats, and speclall) Invited guests, the
Vice President will be sworn Into office).
In the reserved gallerj will be Mrs Mar
shall and her friends and the Wilson
family, while on the floor will be Inter
ested nine members of the new Cabinet
out from their Incognito at last.
A procession then will be formed and
the march begun to the cast front of the
Capitol, where a sea of faoes will thrill
and daze the President-elect. Within five
minutes the twenty-seventh President of
the United States will pass Into history
and the twenty-eighth will have taken
the oath of office from Chief Justice
white himself a Democrat nnd tho
Democratic fast of sixteen years will be
But the spectacular parade ts yet to
come. Back to the White House tho
President passes, and after him will
come the Inaugural parade. 40 000 strong
soldiers sailors, marines, organizations
of citizens, under manj banners and all
marching to different tunes
Former President Taft will have a
bountiful luncheon awaiting the arrival
of tho Wilsons, and while the President
and party are eating It the parade will
halt Then the President and his family
will take up their positions In the- re
viewing stand and view the procession.
Sleanwhiie, quite another scene will be
occurring at the White House The for
mer Tresldint and his family will leave
the White House by the south entrance
and escorted onlj bj his personal friends.
win leavo at a.so o clock for Augusta.
Ga . where thej will bo the cltj's guests
ior a montn
Cordial invitation to
ELKS GREET INAUGURAL
VISITORS AT CLUBHOUSE
AKD EXTEND HOSPITALITY
"lembers of the Benevolent and Pro
tective Order of I.Iks here for the in
auguration were given a hearty wel
come bj local members of the order
at their clubhouse, S19 H Street North
west, jesterdaj afternoon and evening.
A big reception committee took the
visitors In hand as soon as thej en
tered tht portals of the clubhouse and
extended a bountiful hospltalitj A
buffet luncheon was served during the
The upper rooms In the clubhouse
were equipped with cots, and more than
100 vixltlng members of the order were
accommodated tart night The ar
rangements for the entert llnment of
the visitors are In the hands of the
truFtees of Washington Lodge. No 1
P J Folej, Harry Howe, and Samuel
BOXES. BARRELS, LADDERS.
AND THE LIKE CANT BE
USED TO VIEW PARADES
Placards Will be nnclml a!nn- ViH II....
of mareh of the suffragist and Inaugural
pannes mis morning warning tho public
that It is unlawful to us boxes, barrels
Ac from which to lcw the parades
from tho sidewalks
Joeih ?trnslllirc-er rTiiirm.n nt ihr
obstructions committee of tho committee,
nn nnlillc uriler villi filcm 4I.a. Kn
work of a big committee of citizens In
looKing ro me enforcement or this taw
It is the exprcs desire of Maj Richard
of the committee on public order, that
mis regulation be compiled with to the
letter, in order to avoid confusion or
500 MEMBERS OF
LOCAL G. A. R. POSTS
TO BE IN PARADE
live hundred mcnilxrs of the fifteen
posts of the Department of the Potomac.
o A II will march in the inaugural
p iraue, John Mlddleton will be In com
mand. One thousand members of the
Spanish v ar etcrans also are expected
to be in line
The fifteen local G A It, posts to par
ticipate are as follows John A Raw
lins, No 1, Kit Carson No I. Lincoln,
3, Georgi G Meadi No 5. II S
Grant No 6 James A Garfield, No 7.
Burnslde, No ! Charles feumncr. No
Q frarragut. No 10 Potomac. Vo 11.
John A logan No IZ. George 1L
Thomas No Ij Henrj Wilson, No 17,
I-afayette, No 20, and I rederick Douc-
la-s. No 21
FOR BIG PARADE
outlnurd from I'njtt- One.
repairs in the municipal .architects of-
is increased from $1 Wi to S1.S00 and
.alarj of thf assistant survejor Is
raised from Jl SOI to !2 0ii
The Tree Public I ibrtirj Is provided for
eaetlj as proposed b the llou-e, except
an additional assistant in charge of pe
riodicals at Jl 000 is provided for lor the
library for the blind for one jear only
the sum of J...0M is allowed.
The conferees restored tho item pro
posed by the House making an allowance
of S3G0 each to the purchasing officer and
the secretary of the board of charities
for the maintenance of a vehicle.
As a result of the bill six officials of
the District will be allowed to maintain
telephones In their residences at public
An allowance of $500, in addition to un
expended balances, was made for mark
ing historical places in the District.
It Is provided that hereafter materials
uced by the District shall be tested in
the Bureau of Standards.
RepalinK Sum Allowed.
An appropriation of $12,000 for the re
paying of C Street from First to Fourth
Streets Northeast is allowed and ts.000
for paving Tvventj -third Street from
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Por Infants and Children.
The Kind Yoi Han Always Bsngfat
Boys' and Girls' Colored Supplement Clean, Wholesome.
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W. B. MOSES O SONS' STORE. P and ELEVENTH STREETS
INAUGURATION VISITORS are cordially invited to visit this store, where they may ob
tain much information concerning up-to-date housefurnishings, and inspect one of the
largest and most complete retail stocks of furniture, carpets, rugs, and household
accessories in America.
Founded in 1862, this house has been steadily built up until it now covers the entire
field of house decorations and furnishings. Our experts in all lines are at your disposal, and
will take pleasure in assisting you to solve your problems of either, decorating or furnishing.
W. B. Moses & Sons, F and Eleventh Sts
Kalonma Road to-3 Street A proposal
to give J300UO for the paving of K Street
north was lost
The conferes eliminated from the mcas
ure the proposed ippropriation of 1110 000
proposed bj the henate, for a viaduct and
bridge to carrj Denning Road over the
tracks of the railroads.
I or the construction of suburban roads
the conferees gave J1S4 2JO, instead of
JUO600, as proposed bj the House and
$Jw 4i) is proposed bv the Senate
It Is provided that ''Ktcenth btreet
hercafttr shall bo known as "Avenue of
The sum of IL3 for new sidewalks
around the Patent Office, and J2.500 for
replacing sidewalks around the old Post
office building, aro carried in tho bill.
The Senate provision authorizing tho
transfer of land necesarj for the con
struction of approaches to the Rock creek
Bridge, on the lino of Pennsylvania Ave
nue, was retained
Money for PIa irronmds.
The District Commissioners, the bill
now ' provides, aro authorized to prepare
a new highway plan for any portion or
tho District. Also tho Commissioners are
authorized to open, extend or widen
streets or other highwajs to conform
with the plan of the permanent system
of highwajs outside of the cities of Wash
ington and Georgetown.
The sum of HJ3.000. as proposed bj the
Senate, instead of the House proposal
of $130 000, is given for suburban sewers.
The bill as completed Is minus the pro
vision that day laborers on streets snau
be paid not less than $2 per da'.
The amount for playgrounus is increasea
from J26.275 to JtSolO. the latter amount
having been placed iff the bill by the
The provision for eight additional pri
vates in the Metropolitan Police was
eliminated The Benate provision relat
ing to leaves of absence of members of
the Are department remains in the bin.
The contingent expenses of the Are de
partment are Increased from J25 000 to
26,000. and the Senate allowance for one
combination chemical engine and hose
wagon is retained.
The bill increases the allowance ior
personal services in the contagious
diseases fund from 310 000 to $12,000
The salary of the probation officer of
the Supreme Court Is increased from
12.000 to 12.200. and one deputy clerk
from J 1 MO to 11,600.
The bill appropriates for the payment
of the interest and finking fund In the
exact terms proposed by the House on
the passage of the bllL
It strikes out a proposed appropriation
of JW0 for the expenses of the Jury
31j the bill as approved the salary of the
cesretarsL of the Board of Charities la
THE BANK OF PERSONAL SERVICE
RESOURCES, otct $7,000,00.00
Business Men and Others
seeking a closer business relation with a strong,
vigorous, HELPFUL BANK, arc inuted to confer
with the officers of The Commercial National.
The same conscrvaticly liberal and successful
policy, which has developed it into one of the fore
most financial institutions of the National Capital,
will be maintained.
Both large and small accounts arc welcomed.
Cor. 14th and G Streets
fixed at JiBOO. A stenographer for the
board gets $1400 Instead of J1.C00.
The proposed allowance of 13,000 pro
posed bj tho Senate for the Columbia
Polytechnic Institute Is left out of the
measure. It appropriates JS50 for road
construction at the Home for the Aged
and Infirm. WOO instead of J800 for a barn
and warehouse at the National Training
School for Girls, and (SCO for a disin
fecting plant at the -tuberculosis Hospital
The bill now carries an allowance of
S6.000. as sought by the Senate, Instead of
13 000, recommended by the House, for
the Washington Home for Foundlings
The superintendent of the Municipal
Lodging House Is provided a salary of
J1.200, but the salorj of a foreman, J3C0,
is stricken out.
The Senate provision admitting surviv
ors of the war with bpiin to the tem
porarv Home for ex-Union Soldiers and
bailors was eliminated.
Tho amount to be reimbursed to the
United States on account of the care of
the District's indigent patients in the
Government Hospital for the Insane Is
lixed at tTWSB bj the bill
The assistant engineer of the water
department will receive 1600. instead of
$1 500, as salarj next year
A Senate provision exempting from
taxation household property belonging
lo persons In the public service taxed
by Slates and Territories was retained.
Lewis Johnson & Co.
1505 Pennsylvania Ave.
MEMBER EW IORK STOCK
Private wires direct to Balti
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Boston, and the West.
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The greatest thing ior making the
place clean Is a snull application of
When the grocers tell jou other
soaps arf 'Just ate-good." smile at them
and Itnock on wood.
The Safest Investments
re the that da not findusta drmnc dt
trirbed rotrditton of the. money cr "tors roar
Vets, him dord of tn"t noM (nr niort-jtfC-s
.! wxTrred on resl tutt In the !
trtct of Culumbu, constitute gH-fdca in
TcsUneoti They do not depend upon tb
fiBsncisl rcr-ponsibiiTTr of fndlTidnsts or cor
I on t Ior. J for tlnnr stability and arovcxempt
from taxation as rrrsmul pecpertj. 9 can
supply such .nrc&tmenU in amounts from $o
upward Send far buokfrt, ' CoqcctsIcc TrTirtf
Swartzell, Rheem &
737 istk Street orthweat.
New Tork Stock Exduntw
W ashtnaton stock XxctiaBfai
Oucato Board of Trada.
LOCAL. SECURITIES bought
and sold on same favorable
terms as we offer for trading
In New Tork stocks and bonds.
A limited number of shares of
the' Connecticut .Pie Company
at $130 per share. This stock
annually pays $16 per share,
and at this price yields over
12 per cent upon the invest
ment. THOMAS L HUME
608 14th St. Telephone M. 1346.
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