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The Washington Herald Company,
*aS-4?7-4a9 Eleventh Street. Phone Main 33c*
CLINTON T. BRAINARD President and Publish
Stw York Tribune Building: Chicago. Tribune Huildlns; ox.
? n.lrd National Dank Dulldinc; Detroit, Ford Building.
Lally and Sunday, 40 centa per month; $4.80 per year.
Daily atd Sunday, 50 cents per month; $6.00 per year. Dally only.
? 0 cent* per month: $4:50 per year.
Entered at the postofflcc at Washington. D. C., as eecond-claat mall
Just One After Another.
\\ c live to learn, and, at the end, many of us learn that we didn't
know much, after all. Albeit, here comes Prof. Oljra Bridgman, head
of child psychology at University of California, who proclaims that
toys may win the child easy success in life or hurl it upon the scrap
heap of failure; also, the California Society for Mental Hygiene with
the solemn declaration that:
"Eve ry new toy means a new problem for the parent."
Hang it all! Blinded by long distance participation in the en
joyment of our leading Democrat in hobnobbing with kings, crown
princes and such, we've walked right into a cruel fate at the hands
of the insidious Christmas toy. While we've been devoted to cele
brating triumph over Hun designs upon the liberty, equality and
pursuit of happiness of our posterity, the ravenous Teddy Bear, the
nude porcelain doll and the vociferous tin horn have been, sub
consciously, playing havoc with the mentality of our precious kiddies.
Alas! What's the use? Like that discouraged old rooster, lord of the
barnyard today and a feather duster tomorrow!
And, still, we should well know that "every new toy means a new
problem for 'the parent," without any warning from a Society for
Mental Hygiene. Just the other night, clad almost wholly in negli
ge, we started down to see whether the furnace was making heat
or glaciers and, at the bottom of the stairs, stepp. il into one of ifle
new toy problems. It was a thing named "Noah's Ark.'' People
who have sat on the cold bottom stair, in the dark., and picked four
metal bay trees, a two-horned rhinoceros and a pair of cightecn
horned reindeer out of their bare foot really ought not to require a
L nivcrsity of California polish to be able to realize that there are
lie* problems in new toys. And then, of course, on your way back to
bed, full of mental hygiene, you have to put your other bare foot into
little Willie's meccano, which consists largely of vets, saw-toothed
braces, and edged-tools.
Of course. Dr. Olga and that Society for Mental Hygiene have
their legitimate mission. Reform has got to be unconfined what
ever else happens. We've reformed old bloody Bill Hohenzollern un
til he's_pretty quiet if not pretty decent. Shall we let our mission
to to seed while Old Santa Claus ravages our childhood?
Does your little son snatch his train of cars away from your
neighbor's covetous boy5 Beware! Your son will be a Standard
Oil or some other octopus in later years. Does your little Susie spank
her doll with regularity and aplomb? Alas! She'll cut the slices of
1 read mighty thin, when a mother in fact.
Oh! what's the use? Today, a parent with just one blamed prob
lem after another. Tomorrow, a ghost!
Smart Policeman Makes Own Law.
Everybody with good eves knows that red cheeks on .1 pretty
virl are nice. And our admiration for pink cht eks are little di
minished by the fact that more than likely nature's color has been
te-enforced with the manufactured article. Alw: ys, however, the
re-enforcing must have been done in neatly camouflaged manner.
Yes. we like pink cheeks.
\lso, by the way, we like our present style ci having our laws
'made by the lawmakers we elect for that purpose
Indeed, we like a careless job of rouging c-tc's checks much
better than the most carefully performed job o lawmaking done
by a policeman.
V girl's cheeks are her own. In the land ot the free it ought
10 be permissible for a girl to paint her cheeks green if green
happens to please her most?and ii she gets by h mother with it!
But the lawmaking business is not the business o; a policeman nor
i- it the business of a police inspector. It is our s'.cadfast and deep
rooted impression that their business is to cnfo-cc such laws as
.ire already on the statute books, and to leave .0 the public the
job of making other laws.
It seems that Police Inspector Corbally and Policewoman
Dugan, both of Newark, X. J., don't agree with us. Corbally
"passed a law'' himself. He "enacted" a law against girls wearing
?heeks he considered too pink. Corballv's law ] rohibits any ad
dition or assistance to the pinkness of one's checks. And Corbally
instructed Policewoman Dugan to enforce his sclf-manufactured
law. Mrs. Dugan has been busy wiping the pink off Newark
< heeks. Corbally's law insists that all pink other than nature's is
"excess"' and to be removed.
Maybe there is such a thing as too much pink 011 a pretty girl's
? heeks. Maybe rouge ought to be legislated off girlish?and other?
? heeks. Maybe there's a dividing line between too much pink and
just enough pink.
But whatever the answers are, this is sure:
It isn't a policeman's job to make laws.
If the people really think that artificial pink < ight to coine off
1 hecks, why, what's the matter with letting the legally elccted law
makers frame and enact the necessary legislation
Mr. Wrigley's Life Insurance Policy.
Mr. William Wrigley's life has been insured for $1,000,000.
How tnanv sticks of gum would Mr. William Wrigley have to
market to produce as much as Mr. William Wrigley's estate will
receive from the insurance companies on his death"
Lacking exact knowledge as to Mr. William Wrigley's profits,
but allowing him half a cent on each stick of .gnm, he must sell
00,000.000 sticks of gum to make $1,000,000
A stick of gum is three inches over all?thai means including
wrapper. It will stretch much further. Two hundred million sticks
placed end to end will reach 600.000.000 inches, 9 1*58 miles?further
than from New York to Berlin and back.
Allowing an active stenographer one stick an hour for each eight
hour day, it would take her 25,000,000 days, or 68,500 years, to masti
cate the value of Mr. Wrigley's policy, by which time she might be
c lassed as an antidelnvian.
Indeed, it would take her close to 3.500 years to chcw enough to
pay the annual premium of $50,000, though a battery of 3,500 stcnogs
will do it in a year and have some days to spare.
And Mr. William Wrigley started making chewing gum on the
kitchen stove'
Still no promise has been made that the tiendish Hun prison
tamp officers will be punished. They're probably Bolsheviki now.
The Mother.
Kach day you live
Means one day more of life to li< r.
Kach thought you give
Means more than honors cau confer.
ICach letter sent
Brings her a joy that floods her licart
With sweet content,
And makes her proud to do her part;
But, oh! the skies
\rc black if death should claim yon, son,
l-'or mother dies
Ten thousand deaths when you die one.
?By PERCY WAXMAN, in The Outlook.
New York. Jan. li-As Samuel
I 'night rccord in his diary: The
clouds heavy, I donned my tweed cap
and with my pipe, well lit, and dog
i walked far across the town and
tnrough the poor districts of Avenue
yje people being not yet astir. In
a side street I came upon a tiger
atone in a shoppe window and made
,,^LC ent<T but the chapman, a
H ' fellow, fell to angry words at
my questioning and in a pet I flung
myself out of his shoppe
I Meeting with Jean Knott, the lim
ner. and a friend of his, wo did go
h? under the ground for
| breakfast and a most excellent carv
h* ?f b*con and cooked eggs and
JWhS !!0m0, whcre r fln'i Miss Edna
dnv? A ,aa com? IO 'own tor the holi
a h-ij A 1??" * raln fe" heavy and
I mu?V m SP0iled a ccili"S so it
I be a lartn "V Wblted- which wl?
, be a laying out unexpected.
the comletW*.,h*t Web"r ?"d Fields.
Players, are to go to
( ^Uge?nanH 5He morrow to go on the
f oo n e'ry win hOW lhelr b"f
c received. Up and
hear rh? ' u'V" Cr1cd m'shtily. I
'courtier p''?ht of many returning
Places b,rk ,c,annot ??* their old
ment. 1 seeras bad
the'house afLTn00n guttering about
' an<J ln an old closet cam
new?n?L8:rOUP photo<flaPh of my old
Ito^'V0* and ,hey
earth to the four corners of the
o*ht^' ,?np Alaska and an
! vlw ^ ? Bombay, and so on. a?d ? c
j ?wed to keep in touch but nevvr
D.TMorrtay /h ^ fror? C.
Tn'The eTrtaln'ln*l?>r o? iKE-uT
j named* a^er her a lhraUr
street. She i* nhTva PortV-fourth
''ntrrtainini?- r? inRr herself,
ncr song- repertoire*
one ?Pt of amnflrv j only
Power of h*r n <"' "UCh th'
could probabK H?"* * ,hat
W" h a t s oever \nrs t? Wi*ho,,t
a ??.ReNbea.u^y;"utis,'b/hn-'
pep and personalis a? ha"
and as 1"? ,, |h Sh" "ever tlr. -
plauds .whe will a''
cepti.,n of A , ne' WUh thp ?
lleve there U ? n ' do not b' "
I Who work, L h//1"' on the "ta-e
only a rnv , e.r,rda'' Ba>' <?
! obscure chorus girl. Was ""
I begin to'feelTh^Tmn'*i* V?rk P"*"
I toward oreaniva, PUlf,? of ,he tlm"
j pot together in a'?eh TJ!n of th,>m
day. and aft r " church the oth-r
! reetor on poetry VT"0" by th"
HvtngUgod "anTa'
a neat and ,?ompacl"^ ,Wors,,ij?PJ"":
|t? another story abL, . """
the round,, rharfes r v- i*'?'r"i
a poem t? ? *riea u bdson so'd
years ago i.-h*""1"' aboiu two
1 day and learned th^t ^ oth,':'
printed ifr. k l. had not br?-n
the price that^ -u " b#Ck '?r "air
*a* no par,ieu,ar^aidf0?im-t '."j
1 nierely wanted " ho ^ '
[Only poet in the world wh^'
I back one of hi. nun bought
ceivlmr real ^" mn poems after re
real mon^y for n ?? i\-u
ever Bdson wants any extr. ! '
-hi: a"d'-pT .rf;,
the way out "rd" ""
Program of Meetings Announced
for Five Nightj This Week
Senator Frvinr t
eon.sln. nji: <neaC i 2? of
Joint meetin- o^ eo,,'0 Kht b' for? a
scmU^hLl.^whTh111;: d'h" a~"
S;: Tha a,
tWe wll, be a S^by 'conce?, " : '5
tomorrow evenin" "^Inning
-Fellowship ,eunpS;r.. i;"-.-"' b" a
.a.,as7se?;C,0tt Bib^ itudy
"on"ir2 lh" -'^uarTet ^ a ""
at?S?<?cloek"f; I v? oss"r?b'y hall
his discos,?n Of Ja?ee ront""
a lecture on Th t, with
Paris." The Peace -Makers at
daybevann<>UnChM' ,a"'r- and *atUur
<iR5 <\. ning there ?i!l , alur"
or the ,v?,y formed orehesua^'T,!
musicians are un ited to join Vh,
chestra J th,-s or
known In Washington Jl , c'"
dramatic editor of The ^.Mn^n"
New'T./' n 'ak,'n SUfidenly ill on
Manz was 39 years old. and at the
know" for his "Binge,,,e BuJ*"
~anz was born in Columbus, m
a"d darted his career as a car
toonist on the St Louis Globe-Demo
St Tv,?" c,1" 'ater afflllated with the
' Louis Star and the Chicaco Thk
>me, Anally going to Boston where ^
I'ecame connected with the
-Sunday Post. Boston
By Joha Keadrtck Bong.
Time flies fast, but don't abuse'him
. eize him as he goes and use him
There is nothing worth the doing
Working, playing, singing, wooing
Not an effort, not a mission,
Not a hope or high ambition
trvn !. If vo" 1>ul kncw it
" htlc he ^ would help vou io ii
I *c.jKTi?ht, ia^.
Southeast Washington
Personal News Notes
Herald News and
Want Ad Bureau
Southeast Branch
543-543!-j 8th Street S I..
j News accepted ior Daily an J
Sunday Herald anytime
during store hour?.
| Classified ads accepicd until
5 p. in. tor insertion next
-of 2217 Nichols avenue south- i
?*ast. is The Washington Herald |
reporter in the southeast.
North Carolina M. I'. Church yes-I
terda} celebrated its forty-sixth anni- I
versary. special collections being;
taken to reduce the debt. which was a ;
little more than $1,000. In the morn- 1
ing a special sermon was preached I
by the Hev. Dr. Luther F. Warner.!
president of the Maryland Conference, j
who paid a tribute to the congreca- i
tlon and the present pastor, the Rev. |
J. Franklin Bryan. Hev. Dr. George;
W. Haddaway, pastor of Starr M. P. J
Church. Baltimore, preached tii? i
evening sermon. The choir rendered !
special music.
The "flu" epidemic, which confined!
twenty-three children at Good Hope
Orphans* Home, has practically van
ished from this institution. Supt. \V.
0?cai Prlel and his wife are due
much of the credit for the good work
Tomorrow evening Electa Chapter j
No. ;. order of the Eastern Star, will
confer degrees at a special gathering.
Those taking part will include M?s.
Ella Fillius as matron: William |
Kelly patron. Mrs. Ethel Frazier, as
sistant matron: Mrs. Elsie Robinson,
secretary; Mr.?. Lavinia Cator. treas
urer; Mrs. Ethel Scantlebury. con
ductress; Mrs. Corinne Frazier, as
sistant conductress; Mrs. Ida Bailey,
chaplain: Mrs. Alvena Hughes!
! mars hall; Miss Edith pyles. organist.
I Mrs. Clarice Fillius, Miss Helen
Rauchenstein. Mrs. Mary Greenstreet.
Mrs. Blanche Ballard and Mrs.
j Estelle Butler occupying the various
I station*. The meeting will be held in
Masonic Hal!, Fourteenth and U
streets southeast.
At First M. I'. Church in Fourth
street southeast, a week of evangel - I
jistic services was begun last nisht 1
with the pastor. Rev. G. Morgan i
; Compher in charge.
| Mrs. Mary A. Montgomery. wife ot |
Thomas B. Montgomery, died last
| Friday at the famrty home, 707 Tenth
street southeast, at the age of 4^ I
| Funeral services will be held this
afternoon at Christ Episcopal church
in G street southeast with interment'
in Congressional Cemetery.
Union revival services arc bein?
conducted by the congregations of
the colored Methodist Episcopal
churches in the southeast. They w ill
continue throughout the current
week. The ministers participating
include Rev. Joseph Matthews, Rev.
George H West, Rev. William Will- I
iams and Rev. J. E. Scott. The
service was held last night at Camp- ]
bell M. E. Church, when Mrs. Fry
Electa Chapter No. 2. Order of the
Eastern Star, claims as one of its
members Mrs. Cora P. Mayberrv. re- \
cently elected grand matron.
James L Wilson, 50 years old. of
j 407 Ninth street northeast, while!
crossing at Eleventh and G streets ,
southeast, last night, walked into j
the fender of a street car. falling
and injuring himself on the head.1
He. was taken to Casualty Hospital.
First Lieut. Adolplius Gude, jr.. son
of Mr. and Mrs. A. Gude, of Good
Hope road, has returned to his home
from Brook Aviation Field, San An-,
j tonio. where he was promoted to
'adjutant. Lieut. Gude relates many
lVl(. colonel\
trv fl>?ws
cro?'-cogWient- Ct?urcn
of *>?* r jT Tcrtf* * s?. .n
ol i_u ? jan?*r .oo"1' .
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con^datt0 Mr ^
??utV>e*tir a J1 rlir,d <h*'
{ertng ,or "Ta- *c , av
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Representative Wilt Tell
Citizens of His Visit to
War Zone.
Representative C. C. Carlm. 01 Vir-j
K?nia. who recently returned from an!
extended vsit to the war zone, will
address the Clarendon Citizens' At-- '
sociation In Dixie Theater, Clarendon.
Ya.. tomorrow night.
President K. U Bennett will pre- j
?side and Representative Carlin will
introduced by Harry Green, ot1
While abroad Representative Carlin i
was extended exceptional courtesies)
by Gen. Pershing for visiting the I
front linos, and made a tour of the)
front sectors by automobile. While!
in Rome he wan accorded an inter- '
view by Pop#; Benedict.
On Thursday nitcht :<t a special
meeting of the association the sub- !
ject of incorporation will b.^ taken'
up. The town is expanding rapidly, j
and the citizens' association is con
ducting a lively campaign to make
the people better acquainted with the
advantages of a corporate existence
for this thriving community
Both \Jere Members of the Billy
Sunday Re\nal Here.
Mis. William Gamlin. of N? w York
Cit>. has announced the marriage!
of her daughter. Miss Alice Miriam
Gamlin. one of tne most popular
members of the Billy Sunday party j
in Washington to Mr. Volney Payne '
Kinney, of Buffalo, who as chair-!
man of the Sunday campaign eom
inittee. met his bride during a Sun- ?
day revival campaign in Buffalo.
Miss Gamlin has been a member)
of the Billy Sunday party for about 1
five years and before joining the i
Sunday party was for several years i
connected with the New York State j
Sunday School Association. She ;> )
a rf cognized expert of national rep-|
utation in Christian work w ith boys i
and girls.
Mr. Kinney is a prominent busi- !
ness man of Buffalo, is president of
the Atlas Machine Company, of lYovi
dence. and of the United Coal Com
pany. of Denver. He is prominent
in Christian work in Buffalo ^and
elsewhere, and waa chairman of the
committee having charge of the Sun
day campaign there .n February and
March. 1917.
Mr. and Mrs. Kinney will reside
at 351 Linwocd avenue. Buffalo, and
will be at home after May 15th.
Mrs. Gerstenberg's Funeral
Tomorrow at 2 o'Ciock
Funeral services for Mrs. Augusta
Gerstenberg, wife of Krr.st Gersten
ber?, restaurant proprietor, will be
held at her home. 3935 Seventh street
northwest, tomorrow afternoon at _
Mrs. Gcrst*nberj Saturday
morning as the result of a paralytic
stroke. For years she personally su
perintended the kitchen of the Gerst
enberg'Cafe at 1043 Pennsylvania ave
nue northwest.
G. P. O. NE
On Thursday. January 3. Jamea A.
Glbbs. a veteran printer now employed
In the day llnoiype section, will cele
brate his eighty-sixth blrthady. hav
ing been born in Buckingham County.
Va.. In 1SS. At the age of 14 Mr.
Glbbs oommencHl his apprentlceanip
in the office of the Valley Wing: In
Flncastle County, Va., and after com
pleting his time he worked several
years In a Job office in Richmond.
In 1S73 he moved to I?uisvllle. Ky..
and took charge of the mechanical
department of the Richmond und
Louisville Medical Journal, where he
remained until 1WI. when he cajae W
Washington and accepted a i>o?1ti7n
in the G. P. O. in 1B82, and h<u been
In the office e\er alnce thai time,
giving him a serv Ce record jT vhirty
six years. In spite of his age. Mr.
Glbbs performs his work in i sat I*
factory mann-r &rtd loses very little
time from the oflice. Mr. and Mrs.
Glbbs inside at 1*3 C street iior iim^.
They have a daughter. Mrs. J. Kirby
Wade, and a eon. James r Glbbs.
also residing in Washington.
George W. Evars. who !?/?? at ~>?2
Rock Creek road, received a car l fiom
the public printer inviting him t*> call
on the paymaster for a balsnce doe
on pay roll. George works in tnc
Bureau of ICngruvlng and tars that
his name is i.ct on the G. 1*. O pay
roll. If there is orphaned m)Vy L:
Mr. Wilour's office there are a lot cf
folks in the office who wi" adcri It
Joseph H. Holland, of the night
monotype keyboard room, chairman
of the grievance committee of Co
lumbia Typographical Union, will
have completed twenty years' .serv
ice in the Government Printing Of
fice in February. In all this time he
has not been late to work once,
which is truly a remarkable record,
for which Congress will probably
give him a service medal. He Joined
ihe Columbia Relief Society 1n Feb
ruary. 1S9S. and has never had oc
casion to draw relief in the twenty
years he has been a member. If Mr.
Holland is successful in d">dglng au
tomobiles there is no reason why h*
should not serve his unco another
twenty years.
Billy Hyde, another old -timer who
never grows old. is lead-r of a bull
gang. No. they are not scrappers,
they are the bookies who -?'ork on
the gluing machine on the fifth floor.
Billy directs operate ns fr-.m his
perch aloft and the men a!l agree!
that he is some director. Billy knows j
how to get the work oul all r'gl.t. J
Geors* H. M. J*ahl. of the night I
monotype keyboard room, is rc-|
ported on the *ick li*t
Newton Odell. pap? r cutt< r in Mr. |
S-a i-etman s section, has just re- |
turn? d to work after a long (lines*. |
He himself was convales< inc wh? n ?
he received a call to come liom? to I
his father's funeral.
Mrs. NMlie Sherman. or the
pamjhlet binding section I.as re
L'ig Bill Bapier. puiichei. driller,
paper ruler and bookbind? i extra
ordinary. haf- resigned. Ye?. Bill]
t*a; s it's too tame around th^se j
parts, so he'* off to the wild* again. j
You know Bill comes from Texas, j
where- they do things.
Th? regular meeting ol Pettitl
I'amr No. fc. T'nited Spanish War j
Veterans, will be held Tuesday!
ni^ht. in their hall at Kiev nth and ;
K streets northwest, at which the]
newly ? t?-d officers will b*- in
Mailed b.v Past Conimanu* r F. G.
Maw> r a veteran *mplo* * of the
printing.' office.
Peter Flanagan, who was ,e"|
ported sick in the bindery, has re- I
turned to his double-decker feeling!
much better.
J'>hn J. Oournjn ha* been rein
stated as a pressman and is now
at "vork in the pr*-sswork division.
Kimei M. Webster received a let
ter from Albert Stanley from "over
there. Albert cxpects to bo home
shortly. He worked in the ruling
ana ** wing section.
Foreman Henry ?\ McLean. of the
day linotype section. has placed a
ten-foot screen at the *?orth end of
the* ro?>m. to shield the men from
drafts from the elevator while work-j
ing at the cafes' there.
Miss Mildr? d J. Beach, of the ruling
section of the bindery, is reported to
1 m* holding her own in her fight I
against the flu. This is Miss Beach's;
second battle with the dise-ase and
her friends expect another victory.
Miss Catherine C. M*-ad and Mrs
Rose B. I?avis resigned their posi
tions in the ruling and sowing sec
Harry Wells, one of the V>ookif* on
the fifth floor, is some l aimer Yes.
Hirry own*
tract of land
Ml, and he ia
too?cot a lot
liberty bond*
ing of Jeaioui
iratulate you j
William <
Record Pi
recognised i
force. Bill
operates a tare*
_ _ County,
Lying the game naff.
kaie put away t?.
_ can't help the feel
Harry. but we coo
Just the same
Jones completed his pro
on the Congressional
night and Is now
! a member of the Record
wearing one of thos*
Mr*- Mary \ 1 moveless Brad> rum .
machine feeder.V ha* returned to work
after an absene^%of about a week.
Michael P. Com
the day monotyp^
on account of sic!
nfolly is absent fron
keyboard sectio
Jim Sirbouis
and now the dallj
go on. During
there was no op|
trlken. who con*
play the game,
except Bill Hope.
returned to wor*
checker game can
? absence of Jim
Jjnent for Col. En
i up every day to
ut now all Is we!!
Harry IT. Henflel. operator In tho
day linotype section, is confined to hi
home with
Patrick 8. Spngtolz. for many year*
employed as a pi
O.. died Friday
Hospital in Bait
a patient suffei
man In the G. P.
at Johns Hopkins
?re. He had bee
from raneer of the
William 11. A id rich, of the nigh'
linotype sectioru who has been 111 fo?
several days, JwlU return to work
Monday nighty
Charles R. tetigler. compositor 1
the day Itnotvpe section, is confine*
at home with [sickness.
Overton C. Bfoteler. of the day band
section, is reported on the alck list.
4,Iiob" Sullivan and "Steve** Brown
are keeping a close watch on thr
market just now?not Center Market
but the world market where Mexicar
Copper and "Amor. Tel. & Tel.** hold
sway. Ray Proudley Is another de
votee of this fascinating and exper.
sive sport, and Ed Kooiitz is a pas'
master at the game.
I . >. Mam* ftarma. ihi* at
1 JO o'clock.
Or?-h?*tra Oaaestt
Br tk* I*. Mann^ Baz>d Oreh*atra Will
iam H Santelinann. leader
?? March "l%e I.ar.1 of Moa"....
Overture "Raymond" IVxra
4. r-^lecti<m ? La Tramata" Vcrti
5. Wake "(;?]*? Loir" ... Tjm ir
a ?a> Mwadi Pi*rr*
'I- lnrmnr/^o aTtt?ct Me N?t".Ma/*tar*fe
"^oiis* of the Old Folk*" La**
8. MantiM- b*mn "Tfc* Ha b cf M^?'*suaia *
The Scar Spaog!ed Banoer."
Ctaoert br tb* r. S. ?srtldiCTa' Hoar Bar 4
MaaJ-< Hall.
Th?s evening V^ginmn^ at ?:'?i <? clock.
John 8 M. Z:mn?*mianr aireutor
'? March \mcnra" H^lrt
- <*rrne "TTw Wanderer* Goal".. .8-irp*
. RMr'.tca "I?airt$ Daffadfe" Mi las
4. S^lr-ction'TjkUrt" Oo.,nr^
Rag ? xidit Tb" l>al.*? FUu.^" Waad
? Walts S?j;e "Wtcn?r Bur?rr".. Zi*toe?e
I. Pinal* "(
"The ^tar br*-,*ad W * -
Rupture Kit!*
7,000 Annually
Seven thousand persons ^s^h yea*
%re laid away?the burial certificate
bring marked "Rupture." Why? Be
cause the unfortunate one* had noc
ected themrelvoK or had been m?*re
y taking care of the sign (swelling:)
>f the affliction and paying no atten
tion to th?* cause. What are yoo do
ing? Are you ncglecting yourself b^
wearing a truss. appliance. or what
ever nam* > ou ck?ore t ? rail It?
At best, the truss is only a make
shift?a fals*? prop against a col
lapsing wall?and rann-t be expec -
cd to act as m^rc than a mere n?- -
~hanical support. The L.nding pres
sure retard* blood circulation. this*
robbing the wf&ken?d muscle? ,.f
? hat which :hey ti> ? d most?nour
I But seienc- ha> found a way. an-'
! -very truas sufferer in the land :?
j nvited to n ake a FR1X t*?st i igl : I
I "in the privacy of their <wn h< in'
? The I'LAPA'1 method is ti no illation
ably th* mc >t scientific, lugral an-1
I successful self-treatnv-nt f*>r rup
ture th^ wor d ha* ever kn- a n.
The I'UAFAO PAI> when adhering
closely to tie body cannot possibly
slip or shift out of place, therefore.
I.annot chaf; or pinch. Soft as ve
lvet?easy t? apply?inexpensive. T"
be used whist you work and whilst
you sleep. No straps, buckles or
springs attrch'-d
Learn hoe to close the hernial
opening as natur- intended. t?o th*
I rupture CAVT come down. Send
j your name toda>* to PLAPAO CO.
?i>l ?^k -48. .t. Louis. Mo., for FREE
I tr ial I'lapto and the information
nfc *sary.-Adv
Now is the time to lean the
superior quality of goo< TEA
Far more refreshing?far more econon?;--'
Ten times as many cups to tie poti
l^dguqys Tea
In air-tight tins onl.
"Safe Tea Firs''
BsOJECmXY *1 Thirty Second St
Radial Center of all Surface Debated, Subitay aid Tube lines
Rooms, $2.50; with Bath, $3.00.
F?no 11**0

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