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Un IV Social \#orl? By MAUD McDOUGALL. The French Ambassador and Mm?. Jusserand will entertain at luncheon at th? embassy tod&y In honor of Mr. Ira Nelson Morris, th? American Min ister to Sweden, and Mr?. Morris. Th? Minister of Sweden, Mr. Eken gren. entertained at luncheon at the Metropolitan Club yeaterday In com pliment to Ira Nelson Morris, Amer ican Minister to Sweden. Among the guests were the Secretsry of State. Mr. Lansing; Senator Key Ptttman; the Minister of Norway, Mr. Bryn: Representative Julius Kahn, Colvill? Barclay, charge d'affaire? of Great Britain; Breckenridge Long, Third Assistant Secretary of State; John Barrett, director general of the Pan American L'nion; Joeeph C. Grew, of the State Department; Jonkheer t'e Beaufort, charge d'affaire? of the Netherlands: A. R. Nordvall. ?pecl?l commissioner of Sweden; Baron Knut Bonde and Count Goran Rosen. fli*st and second secretaries of the Swedish legation, and Olof H. Lamm, who Is attached to the Swedish legation. In the evening Mr. Ekengren went to New York to Join Mme. Ekengren. who ia on her way home from Edgar town, Martha? Vineyard, Mass., where ?he ?pent the ?ummer, with the children. They will probsbly reach Washington thia evening, thoufh* they may decide to spend a day or two in New Tork. on the way down. The Ekengrens have leased tha residence of Mr. and Mrs. Ru dolph K a uff mann, 1525 Sixteenth street, and expect to take possession shortly after Mme. Ekengren's return. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Nelson Morris have been pretty constantly on the go entertaining and being entertained since their arrival here about two weeks ago. Last nicht they enter tained a small party informally with Secretary and Mrs. Daniels as the special guests. The Secretary of State and Mm. Lansing entertained a few friends in formally at dinner last night, Mme. Miura, the famous Japanese singer, who is the guest of Mrs. Newton Baker, divided the program with Mrs. Bsker last evening at a recital for colored soldiers at the Dunbar High School. This evening she has promised to sing for the convsleacent soldiers at the Walter Reed Hospital. Mm?. Miura has never before sung four evenings in How to Make Your Own Complexion Treatment at Home A Fr** Oatmeal Preacri pilo ? Doe? Ita Work Over-nit-h t. New York: It Is my own discovery, and it takes just one night to get su? h mar ? elous reau Its,' sa ye Mee fc^l na Wilder, when her friends ask her aboui. her wonderful complexion and the improved appearance of her hands and at ins "You can do the same thing Jf you follow my advi-e." she *>ays. "I ire! it my duty to tell every girl and woman what this wonderful prescription did for me. I never tire or telling other* jus? what brought ahottl such remarkable results. Here t? the identical prescription that re muved every defect from my fat.-e. ;ieck, hands and arms L'util you try it >ou cam form no Mea of the mai i'c.ojs change It will make In just one application. The proscription which you can prepare at your own home is as lolluws: Go to any grocery snd get i-f.i coots' worth of ordinary oatmeal, and from any drug stOTS a hottls u' Deiwdlo. Prepare the oat mea. a* directed in every package of Lterw ilio ami apply night and morn i'ii. The first application will aston is h '.?!? It nasse the skin appear ? - a .'?pai eut. smooth and velvety. I r-spo<t&!ly recommend it for a sallow skin, freckles, tan. sun spots, course t-PTe-s, rough skin, ruddiness, wrinkles. i-U. in fact, every blemish the face, :?. "-is ami arms are heir to. If your reck or i-rest Is discolored from cx ?iwoiir*. a ? .??;" this combination there and th*! ? lie-tionable defect will dls ?i-?pe-i:?. !' is absolutely harmless and will .?*?* prodwc? -?r stimulate a growth of hai?.*. No m itter how roush and nng..ii ! ? the hanils and arms, oi what souse? they have had through hard work and exposure to sun snd wind, (bis oatmeal-DsffwIUo combina tion arili work a wonderful trans formation in 12 hours at the most. Thouisanr's who have used it re^-urt the same results I have had.'' Miss O. C says: "My complexion was poor and my akin rough. My neck, chest, hands and arma were dark from exposure. The very Bret application of this wonderful P?r,rli.o [ oatmeal combination convinced :-ne ? that my poor complexion and akin blemishes would boo ? be a tiling of the past. In a few weeks all these unsightly defects had entirely ills appeared and I shall always use It to keep my complexion at its best all the time. I have recommended it to my fiirl friends and they ?re just as enthusiastic over it as I am. We r\\ use it before going to the theater, donees or parties, and It's werilerf.t. what a difference It makes in our ap pearance. " Mrs G. B. writes: "Oatmeal ai:d Derwlllo have worked miracle.* with '? my complexion. ? had many d* : spised wrinkle? and a sallow, rouch skin. My hands and arms weie cor ? ered with freckles. After eight wc*_kr ? use of Mae Kdna Wtlder's wonderful j complexion prescription these objec I tionable detects have entirely van ; Ishei?. I look ten years younger and ? a0vise every girl and woman to try It and ? feel confident after one or two applications they will use it ccn tlnuallv and be just as favorably im pressed with It as ? n m. I recommend ?t to all of my friends." NOTK-To wet th? tkfwt etite* be wit? to fol low the rompJete dircc'io:;? contained in eTtry, p*ck*go ot Derwil.o. Y au hete only to ?et Der* willo and oatmeal. Tm need nothing tl???? ?nd it u id simple thtt ?nynnt run u-e it and io ?????*???t*.* that any ziri nr wr**n,*in cm afford it. The ira n n facturer? ind dritnji**? ituarant*? that there will be a noticeaHe !<?:.??<"*??ment after the ttr? application or the*, win refund the money. It la seid ta th:i city urder a money refund r."?rt? by ?1' dni?ffi*tai>> Including People's 1 Vrng Store and O'Donneli'a Drug Storta,-Ad?. ? ? ? r,.?-_ . 1855 63d Anniversary Sale 1918 ^C]cn?ayrrL&> store?1219 F St. ^' -THROUGH THREE WARS" EVERYTHING REDUCED In our 63d ANNIVERSARY SALE will b? found many pieces of ideal luggage?the "Topham kind"?priced way below the present market figure;. A general reduction on all luggage and leather goods of ten per cent prevails throughout the store, but in numbers of cases the savings are even more pronounced. GUARANTEED ^\0^lVZHZiR PROUCTs BUY STRU BAGGAGE Co. FIVE YEARS f^CPE MILES LESS MONEY MISHAWAUKA INDIANA. EXTENSIVE LINE OF LADIES' HANDBAGS The most comprehensive showing we have ever been able to announce in ladies' Handbags in leather, silk, and velvet will be found at delightful and inviting reductions. Let us show you. I -? 1, ?~_ TUIC C? Government restrictions and Look tor i Hlb blgn Karciry of |abor are forcing prices higher?better BUY NOW. -AT 1219 F Street Market Tips for Housewives. Price? to retailer? ?nd general market Information furnished hy Bureau of Markets, United States Department of Agriculture; fair price? to consumers, by tbe District food administration. ??G?'?????Kai?plnnt. rahbnere. ?trtnrc brans, tomntor?. popper?, sweet corn, cooking npplea, potatoes, kale. NORMA1-?laveet potstoe?. onions, carrvta. grapes, plum?, cantaloup?*. pears, eueumbera, letture. SCARCE?Orangea, eating apples, wstermelona, beets, baaaua, letaaoaa. cA?BAt.F. ? lower. During the past week eighteen carloada of cabbage hav? b??n re ceived In Washington beside? the local receipts brought In by nearby farmers. The larger part of thl? haa come from New York ?tato and la of very good quality. A week ago many retailer? were paying a centa per pound for cabbage. Thla morning they bought for 2 to I cent? per ponnd-?-very few paying above 2 Vi cents per pound, and mo??, of those buying ln ton lot? securing the lower price. At a "fair retell price" of 2% to a) centa per pound, cabbage Is on? of th? cheapest veg etable? on th? market at th? present time. EGGPLANT AND STRING HE IN? STILL GLCT THE MARKET. The war neceaslty for eating more eggplant and atrlng bean? con tinue? unabated. The weather for the past few week? has favored the growth of these vegetable? and the supply at present ta ?o large that the market is flooded with them. Eggplant, especially, la usually considered a luxury?something to be eaten only occasionally?and perhaps not at all In war time, but now It Is ao low that any family that haa a taste for It can be supplied at pricea comparable with the more common food product?. Farmers sold cratea thi? morning hold ing on tho average about twenty eggplants each from 50 centa to $1.00 P?t crate. This makes the retailer'? coat in most case? from 3 to 6 cents per eggplant. The fair price? to consumer? given below cover those charged by both "cash-and-carry" and "credlt-and-delivery" retailer?. "Cash and-carry" retailer? should ?ell near the lowest figure given. Unie*? otherwlae stated, all prices are for produce of good average quality. Poorer grade? ?hould ?ell for leas. If consumers are charged, on any day, prices in excess of those published on that day in the "falr-pricc-to-con?umer?" column, they should Immediately bring the matter to the attention of the District of Columbia food administration. Cost to retailer yesterday. VEGETABLES. Rean.a, snap. V. peck. ft Beets, bunch . 5 Celery, bunch . 4 Cabbage, pound . 2 Carrots, bunch . ? Carrots, cut, pound. 3 Cucumber?, local, each. 2 Eggplant, local, each. 3 Kale, peck (3 lb?.). 10 Lettuce, local, head. 3 Lettuce. New York, head. 6 Union?, dry. '?* peck.,, 10 Pepper?, local, each Potatoe?, No. 1. peek (15 lbs.). 45 Potatoe?. No. 2. peck (15 lb?.). 23 Potatoes, ?weet. No. 1, 14 peck. 15 Spinach, New Zealand. V4 peck. 5 Squash, wiiite. each. 1 Sweet corn, large, dozen. 30 Sweet corn, medium, dozen. 15 Tomatoes, local. No. 1. 'i-pk. (3*? lbs), ? Tomatoes, local. No. 2, Vi-pk., (34 lbs). 4 FRUITS. Apples, fancy, '?-pk. 11 t? alOc a Sc a 7c a 3c ? 4c a 3Vic a 4c a 5c a 15c. a tic al 0c al2f Via %c a50c a30c al9e a 7c a lVic a40c a25c al3c a 7c Fair price to consumer yesterday. 11 a 15c 7 a He ? a lie 2*a 4c 4 a Sc a 5c a 6c a lie a 2IIC a ?c a 15c a 16c ?.a lVic a 60c a 4UC a lie a 10c !ia 2Vic a 55c s S5c a 18c ? 10c ?17c Apples, good, i? peck. 8 alle Apples, seconds, t.-pk. 4 a 8c G mana?, dozen . 20 aine Cantaloupes, local. No. 1, each. * al2c Cantaloupes, local. No. 2. each. 4 a 6c I'antaloupes. California and Del., each.. 6 a !>c Grapes, local. Concords, 3 Vit -lb. basket.. 2^ a30c Grape?, shipped In, 4-quart basket. 33 a50c Lemons. California 442s. dozen. 18 a24c Lemons. California 360?, dozen. 24 a27c Orange?. Cai. Val. 21 ??, dozen. 50 u52c oranges, Cai. Val. 176?, dozen. 60 afiCc Pears. Cal., best, dozen. 20 a32c Peaches, white and yellow, 4-qt. bas.. 50 a71c Peaches, white and yellow, V4 peck.... 18 a25e Watermelons, pound. 2c Plums, Western. (4-quart basket). 60 a8Sc 12 I 7 il 10 1"! ??? h.l :.?. !! 65 25 a 25c a 15c a lie ? 42c a He a 10c a 14c a 40c a 65c a 32c a 36c a 70c a S"c a 43c a 95c a 35c ia 3c al.10 succession, but she Is most en thusiastic over th? work she Is do in g for the soldiers under the auspices of the War Camp (immun ity Service. She will bs with Mrs. Baker until Saturday. The Minister of Greece. Georges Roussos. returned to the legation yesterday from New York, where he went for the I^fayette celebration and for the reception given by the Greeks of N>w York In honor of the archbishop of Athene. The Spanish American club ha* sent out cards for s reception at the Hotel Dewey un the svenine of September 16. In honor o? the Am bassador of Mexico Senor Ygnacio Bonillas, and In commemoration of the 108th anniversary of the Inde pendence of Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Ross lender Fryer, of 3D03 Livingston street. Chevy Chase, opened their home yesterday ? for the marriage at 4 o'clock of Mrs. Frver's twin sister. Miss Ada Vir ginia Lear, and Capt. Marlon Gil I hert Donk. V. S. A. The Rev. Harvey | Dunham of the Western Prej-by terlan Church officiated. The draw. ! Ing rooms were charmingly decor ! atej with autumn flowers. The bride wore a costuma of white georgette crepe, hand em broidcied. and with the skirt cut lancing length, while the tulle and rose point lace veil were ao ar ranged as to extend Into a long train. She carried a shower hoquet of orchids and lilies of the valley. Attending h?r was her elfter. Miss Kathryn Kliaabcth Lear, also In white georgette. Mr. Ross Lander Fryer was heat man for Capt. Donk. and the wed ding music and that for th? recep tion which followed was from a harp and violin orchestra. The bride Is the daughter of the late Mr. Alexander Lear and the late Mrs. Lear of Greencastle. Pa.. and for many years residents of Washington. Capt. Donk is station ed at Midland. Mich., and the Journey to his headquarters will ] give them tha uaual soldier's bridal trip. Mrs. T. Q. Donaldson haa received word of the safe arrival of Brig. Gen. Donaldson In France. Mr.?. McEllenny of New York who ha? been visiting Mra. Donaldson has gone to California for an extended stay. Mrs. Adna Charlee and her daugh ter Mrs. Hamilton who have been spending a few days In Waahington returned to New York laat night. Mrs. Chaffee whose husband was the ranking officer In the army In his day. and who has many friends in Washington, hopes to And a suit able apartment and to return for the winter. Just before she left. Mrs. S. ?G. de Lol?re, wife of Col de Loffre. entertained at a matinee party in her honor. Assistant Paymaster James Cam eron Hawkins, t'. s. ?., and Mis. Hawkins, the latter formerly Miss Dorothea Owen, are receiving con gratulations on the birth of a eon on September 7. The boy is to be named Owen Hutchtneon. Mrs. John L. Newbold. of the Cor dova. Is in New York for a few davs attending the meeting of the Eastern Field of the War Work Council of the Young Women's Christian Asso ciation, at which plans will be made for the funda campaign, to open November 11. Lieut. John Mason Remey, U. S. N.. and Mis. Remey have arrived In Washington and are staying at Hol ton Arms School. Lieutenant Remey. who is in the aviation service, haa Society Women U?e New WrinkJe Remover Since the discovery that a solution of ordinary saxolite and witch haxel has a peculiar effect upon wrinkled skins. It has been learned that many prominent society women ali over the country have used this simple home treatment with great success. The formula is: powdered saxo'ito, on? ounce, dissolved in witch hazel, one half pint. Ute daily as a waah lotion. The beneficial action of this wash is felt at once. There's an agreeable refreshing sensation and feeling of exhilaration. Flabblncss and all wrinkles are immediately .titected, ? and the skin soon becomes firmer and more youthful looking. No one need hesitate to get the ingredients at the drus; store and make the remedy her self, for there aie no harmful effect? whatever.-Adv, SIXTEENTH CHAPTER. DiriDt copyright, ?ana? A "Good Woman" and "Bad Girl" Contend for the the Honor of Jim. The house where the Hon. James D. Loruner had kept the "Queen of Smile?" for four years without being found out by hi? family stands Just aside from the city's most fashion able thoroughfare I pass the corner every time 1 go downtown. I did not know whether to ask for a spinster or a matron. A colored girl admitted me. To her. at least. It didn't matter whether my murmur meant "Miss" or "Mrs." Presently Mary Thoma? wa? coming toward me across a back parlor. "Beautiful doll," thought I. A? she came nearer, each of us quite con sciously took account of the other, from the shape of our shoes to our ages, in the way women have, whether they meet in society or across a counter, in war or In peace. Thi? girl, who will let Daddy Lori mer go to Congres? only If she mar ries his youngest ?on, Is about a? old a? I am. 1 realized that, charming a? ?he Is physically, she is no vampire. The girl has brains?which I certainly couldn't count as "the weak ?pot" I had come to find In her. "Atra Lorlmer?'' she said In an even, husky voice?an Ethel Barrymore voice. "I am glad to see you." She had sense enough not to offer me her hand, rather she indicated casually the most comfortable chair In the room and I dropped into it "It la probably a business proposi tion which has m2de you call, Mrs. Lorlmer*''' she asked. "It's about Mr. James Lorlmer." Then I added. "Junior." recently completed a sp^e : eoursc at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, snd is now on leave waiting orders. Mr?. Remey wa? formerly Miss Margaret Howard, daughter of Mr. and Mr?. Beale R. Howard.. Mr?. Ft. H. Doyle announce? the marriage of her daughter. Alberta L. to Mr. Charle:, Edwin Jones, by the Rev. Winter, at the Shrine of the Sa cred Heart rectory, September 10, 1918. Due to recent bereavement?, the ceremony wa? strictly private. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Ryan, who have been in New York for a few ? lays, have returned to Oak Ridge, | their country place In Virginia. ? The marriage of Mis? France? Hoogner. daughter of Mr. and Mr? Krank Hoogner. of Los Angeles, and I I.leut. Clarace E. Patty, of the Quar termaster Corps, ?u solemnized late yesterday afternoon at the Avondale apartments, the Rev. Charles Wood, of the Church of the Covenant offi ciating. Miss Hoogner's sole attendant was Miss Hazel Ltaaburg. The bride only reached Washington Tuesday evening. having come from her home in Los Angeles, when It was found that Lieut. Patty, who Is stationed here on special duty, could not well go out | to the Coast for the wedding. ' Miss Mary Duncan Gibson, daughter ? of Mi. and Mrs. Richardson Gli.son. : entertained ten girls overnight at the Gibson cottage at Cape May. \. J., ? for a clam bake which wa? given on the beach last night and a dance i which followed. Miss Margaret Dev ' eieux. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. , Ryan Devercux, and the Misse? Bur j ritt are making a more extended visit j to Miss Gibson; and young Randall | I?ee Gibson, ?on of Mr. and Mrs. 1 Gibson, has as his guest the ?on of j Col. Dalton. U. S. A Mrs. Gibson and Miss Gibson will I go to N?'w York on September 20 for a short \ ?sit before returning to Wash ington. Mr. Gibson Is with his fam ily at Cape May for a brief stay. Mr. and Mr? Molcolm Douglas sloane have come to Washington from New York for the winter. Miss Dorothy Elizabeth Copenhaver, recreational secretary of the Y. W. C. A-, left Wednesday night to attend ? the meeting of the Eastern Field of War Work Council of the Young Woman's Christian Association in New York. Dr, Henry K. Jenkln?. U 8. N, has been detailed to duty with the Ma "The ?tars Incline, but do not compel." HOROSCOPE. Thursday, September l?. 191S. This ia an unimportant day in ? rianetary direction, according to as ti olegy. While Mercury Is adverse, Neptune Is In benefle aapect It i? not a favorable day for the sisning of leases or contracta. It is particularly unfortunate for any agreement that depends on artl?tlc achievement. Author? have the promis? of good fortune. Literature will gain much In the coming year. American writer? have a good direction. It I? supposed that Mercury ha? a special Influence over th? nervou? ?vaiata. Care hould be taken to ?afe guard against shock or overwork when the planet Is in evil place. During this configuration It may be found difficult to concentrate thought or to maintain it? continuity. Trtvel by water is subject to th? best influences thi? day. The navy has an augury of ?ucees?, and ther? may he In the next few weeks some engagement with enemy wershlps. Labor comes under a direction mak ing' for great benefits that will form a foundation for extraordinary prog ress after tho war. Washington, D. C, has a? its prin cipal ruling planet at this time a star that is believed to encourage selfish ness and to cause covetousiiec? on the part of re?idents. This rule will be the cause of a sensational occurrence, the seers predict. According to ancient lore the rais ing of fowl? ?hould be most profitable In the coming month?. Many unusual vocation? In which wounded soldier? will succeed are forecast. Among these will be aome that ar? the outgrowth of Invention? to meet new customs. Persons whose blrthdate it Is may have many annoyance? in buetne?? during the coming year. Business ?hould be safeguarded. New friend? are probable. Extraordinary care ?hould be taken in ?Igning papers Children born on thi? day may be wavward and impatient under con trol. These s'ibjects of Virgo usually ?ucceed bent as employes. ICopjnii?? 11*. ) t7 "Yes," ahe ?aid, "I've been talk in* about him thla morning. With his father"? attorneys. I suppose you know." Did a tiny ?mile toueh her pretty lips? Did her victory over those wir? men amus? her a wee bit? "I h-aven't com? to talk about money," I aaid, and although I meant only to be frank. Um word? sounded rude. "I've come to spoak to you on a matter of life and death." Bh? looked amazed?puixled "Our Jimmie. you know, begins hla flying- training next week. His nerves and his brain ought to be at their best?instead of their worst. Can't you Imagine that fraszled nerves may co3t him his life? Our Jimmie is sensitive, with out knowing it. Miss Thomas. Not a bit like his father." I couldn't help adding. "And going through a wedding ceremony with me?letting m? have his name, will make a big men like him want to commit suicide?" "I don't believe I can make you understand," I said. "You can never have known a man like Jimmie. He's th? soul of honor. He'? as tuned to right ?nd wrong as eome knight of old. And now, to have hla honor tossed to the winds?to undertake the most dangerous of all carcera in the most desperate of rnooda?" I moaned. "Of evil men in this broad land, why did you have to pick out splendid Jim mie?" My l?st shot went straight. Mary Thomas sat very still for a few m ir1: tes. tearing her pretty hand kerchief Into strips. And I knew I ??-: 'ose to discovering the weak ???? ? had com? to find. (TO 1>C '.??,??? . ? : line Curpg and will b? atationed at Quantico, Va. Mrs. Jenkins, who was Miss Hallie Oatewood, of Washington, daughter of Medical Director an-1 Mrs. Jamea Duncan Gatewood. U. S. N.? will mak? her home in Fred' rirks burg. Va., in order to b? near ber husband. Mrs. Newbold T^e Hoy Bdg?r return from East Gloucester, Ma on October ?d. Senator and Mrs. Hoke Srr?ith. v., have given up th? home in Calli '.? la street which they have occupied lo.? many year?, will make their home at the Riighton until they locate perma. nently. War Board Seat Withheld. t Charles A. I-indberg, recently candi. j date for Governor of Minnesota on the ticket of the Nonrartisan ?League. I contrary to expectations, will not rep resent the War Industries Board In that State. I Chairman Barueh. of the War In ] dustrles Hoard, announced yesterday ' that the appointment would not bt , made. Woo?war? ??~TotbroF New York?WASHINGTON?Paru AUTUMN DISPLAY Of the Newest Millinery Modes Today, Friday and Saturday Tailored and Trimmed Hats Hats for Juveniles .Smart-tailored Effects and Lovely Dress and Semi-dress Hats portray styles for the coming season. The shapes are becoming aind the color? exceptionally attractive, including henna and ma hogany, both of which lend themselves readily to combinations. Never have Children been so well provided for, both for school and dress wear. The variety is comprehensive and the styles wonderfully be coming. You Are Invited to Attenc UiUanaarf Saioc-Thlr? t? $1,500 TO MISS PAUL FOR SUFFRAGE WORK .??in of Susan B. Anthony Leaves Money to Leader. Fifteen hundred dniiar? to further the passage of the federal suffrsire .meudment has been left to Alice Paul by Miss Jessie Anthony, cousin of Pusan B. Anthony. Miss Jt-seie Anthony, who died re cently ln her home in Gl.-ndale. Cal . had been a member of the Woma? * party since It? organisation. She fre quently ?aid that the Woman*? party in advocating sufTrare by federal amendment and in holding the party in power responsible for the passage of the amendment, was following th?? pol y advocated hy the ereat pioneer ??????? leader. Bum ? R Anthony. In rrovinf thi? she pointed te .Mi? Anthony's address mad? befor? a rnmnr.uee of Congre?? tn February, "While I do not pray for anybody or any party to commit ou'.ragea.** said Miaa Anthony, 'still I do pray earnestly and constantly for Mtm terrific shock to starile the women of this nation into a aelf-respe^t wnich will force them to break their yoke of bondage and give them faitn in thems? lves which will make them fl their elk-fiance to ?onun hr 51." Sarc Your OM Feh Slipper?! Production of frit shoe? and bed room clipper* will be cun*''ed under the direction* of the War Industrie? Board in order to eupply the lncreaa I ne e? ver ? mental s nd Red Croaa n<*ed* for felts tn convalescent sl.p pcrs, bo**pK?] si pr*ers end lumber men ? shoe?. .? ? . I -. irai? ?? Save the Babies. |NFANT MORTALITY is something frightful. We can hardly realize that of all the children born in civilized countries, twenty-two per cent, or nearly one-quarter, die before they reach one year; thirty-seveD per cent, or more than one-third, before they are five, and one-half before they are fifteen! We do not hesitate to say that a timely use of Castoria would save many of these precious lives. Neither do we hesitate to say that many of these infantile deaths are occasioned by the use of narcotic preparations. Drops, tinc tures and soothing syrups sold for children's complainte contain more or less opium or morphine. They are, in considerable quantities, deadly poisons. In any quantity, they stupify, retard circulation and lead to congestions, sickness, aetfh. There can be no danger in the use of Castoria if it bears the signature of Chas. ?. Fletcher as it contains no opiates or narcotics of any kind. Letters from Prominent Phvsicians addressed to Chas. ?. Fletcher Dr. A. F. Pee'.or, of St. Ixt'.?r. Mo., aay? : "I have prearribad your Castori? in many case? and have alway? found it an efficient and sj>ecdy remedy." Dr. E. Down, of Philadelphia, Pa., aay? : "I have praacrib??) your Castoria in my practice for many ycit-s with groat satisfac tion to myself and benefit to my patients." Dr. J. E. Waggoner, of Chicago, 111., aay? : "I ean moat heartily recommend your Castoria to the public as a remedy for children'a complaints. I have tried it and found it of great value." Dr. Gustave A. Eisengraeber, of St. Paul, Minn., aaya : " I hav? urei your Castoria repeatedly in 117 7-".-.-tic* with good reeulti, and ein recommend it as an excellent, ? : 1 asd haxmlea? remedy for children." Dr. J. B. Elliott, cf New VorV C. ?ay? : "Ha-ring dnrinf the part six years prescribed your Ca '.ria for infantile ?tomach disorders, I most heartily comnend its use. The formula containa nothing deleterio?-!* to the most delicate of children." Dr. C. G. Sprague, of Omaha, Neb., says : '-Your Castoria is an ideal -medicine for children, and I frequently preaenba it. While I do not advocate the indiscriminate use of proprietary medicine?, yet Caatoria ia an exception for conditions which aria? in the care cf chi!Jr??r.." Dr. J. A. Parier, of K?ui?as City, Mo., ?ays : " Your Castoria hold? the iwteem uf the medical profession in a manner held by ne other proprietary preparation. It is a ?urc and reliable medicina for infants and children. In fact, it ia th? ucivenxl houaeooM remedy for infantile ailments." GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAv: B?9ars the Signature of ?G.. < :Ker GoDt/T.rc 1 ?F.ui?Drar,?* ?V-SSW?? - ?mi . ,* Thrrctn*Pnxio'iinSDi'??'-?k , M rAVcrfulncss tri gg*J neither Opicn"> .Mxphuw W Minerei. XotSarcotic ?40??/????0^ ?Lmttx .Va? Ark .- Va? |Gonstipat!ar.a:id Dia? "*????> 1 and r?r\TTishne-?s ??d 5 LossofM.ee; ? resutbti ? thwfrooim',-'a;v 7ex Simile S.itf**J* ??G?:?G."-t(:??G?? ???-VYORK? Exact Copy o? Wrappo. ?11 Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought C ft o. - *> ?. M CO?