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PROSPERITY ERA
SEEN FOR U. S.
Federal Reserve Board Re
ports Show Revival of
Trade Conditions.
American business apparently has
largely recovered from the shock
of the war. and I* set for unpre
cedented prosperity, according: to
reports reaching the Federal Re
serve Board.
Increasingly large volumes of raw
materials on docks for export; Pro?"
pects for a record grain crop, ana
"surprisingly satisfactory" indus
trial conditions combine to present
a -reassuring situation" to the na
tion. according to a statement given
out by the board yesterday. During
April, business conditions improved
more rapidly than had been an
ticipated. the.reports reveal.
BalldiiK Plaits Devel#*.
The board entertains no fears as
to unemployment. The floating sup
ply of labor, threatening trouble in
February and March, has been largely
absorbed. the board's statement
shows. It predicts also that the large
grain crop will present further oppor
tunity for employment.
Rectification of conditions will con
tinue most of the summer months, the
tioard believes. Flans for building op
eration* and for expansion in Indus
try. held In abeyance during the war.
are beginning to materialize, the
board says. Manufacturing^ condi
tions may remain somewhat "spotty
for a briew period, but this condition
is not regarded as dangerous.
Relative to export trade, the state
ment says:
"Export trade during the month has
l?een large, although it consisted pre
dominantly of raw materials. Nevcr
theless. Interest in export trad? Is
pinjwing."
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
TO PLAN D. C. WORK
If a discharged soldier, sailor or
Marine from another city comes to
"Washington seeking a job which is
Wing held for a local hoy who wont
into the service what is to be done.
That is tho quesion to l?e discussed
tonight at a special meeting of the
l?oard of manacom^nt of the Soldiers
and Sailors' Bureau of the United
States Employment Service.
When the board meets at S o'clock
tonight at 1410 Pennsylvania avenue
northwest plans for finding such men
jobs in their home towns or elsewhere
will be discussed.
The board announces the addition
to it<4 membership of Herman A. Phil
lips and John A. Saul. The associa
tion comprises all citizens' associa
tions of the District.
D. C. PROFESSIONAL
WOMEN TO ORGANIZE
Organization of business and profes
sional women of the Capital is the ob
ject of a visit to this city of Miss
Mary Johns Hopper, national organ
izer for the Federation of Business
and Professional Women of America.
Miss Hopper will explain the plan
of the Federation at a meeting tomor
row evening at 7 o'clock at the Blue
Trianirle House, corner North Capitol
and K streets.
v DANCERS' CLUB PLAY
TO PROVIDE COSTUMES
Memb. rs or the Dancers' Club of
tl:?* Wilson Normal School Community
Cent* r will pre . . n interesting pro
gram of orii.-in.il i..l? rpretation, at the
school. Kleventh and Harvard streets.
Friday ni^hl. at S:tr.. under the direc
tion of Miss Harriet Uugbee.
I'*ridav's proer:im will include "Eub
l>le?." "Narcissus." "\ Fantasic."
"IMnce of the Sun Maidens." "A Rose
Carland." "Night." "Coquette." "Pan
dora." Mrs. Scott Klttredge. soprano,
will assist.
The proceeds will be used for the
purchase of costumes and music.
MINISTER TO SPEAK
ON WORK WITH ARMY
The Rev. fSeorge \V. Atkinson, who
returned recently from France, where
he was a V. M. C. A. secretary, will
speak tomorrow night at the annual
reception Riven by the Men's Club of
St. Mark's parish. President WorciJ
and the executive committee of the
club have invited to this year's event
the women of the various societies of
the church.
Tomorrow's meeting will be held in
the Parish Hall at Third and A streets
southeast at S o'clock.
Flavian Dramatic Club
To Present Play May 19
The Flavian Dramatic Club will
present "The Shepherdess of the
I gourdes" on the evenings of May
19 and 20 at St. Peter's Hall. Sec
tnd and C streets southeast.
Miss Corrine tothrop. popular be
cause Of her part in "Patricia." will
have the leading role with Miss
Catherine Burke. They will be sup
ported by a cast of twenty girls.
PURELY PERSONAL
Miss Donna Roberts, of the Fifth I
-Vdcral Reserve District, is stop- j
>ing at the Willard Hotel.
liss Mary Montague of New
y..iU is visiting: friends in Wash
r
Elizaeth Anderson of the
Department is visiting
n Chicago.
\ {all of the Bureau of |
?n a vacation in Indiana.
.aran Montague is visiting,
it. Washington. She ex
. b?- in the city until early
whelk she will leave for |
mer home in Hyanisport. ?
.r James, formerly with the
.i I?cpartment. has received
? ..isc'iarge from the army.
George Beban. the noted film
ttar. is in Washington for several
lays.
Dr. Jessica Pexietto has return
d from California. -
Dr. R- W. Lobenstine of New
Tork city is in Washington for
everal days.
Dr. Earle Dudding of Huntimr
on. W. Va.. is in Washington.
* K Mochisnki. member of the
apanesc parliament, will leave
Washington for New York today.
I>r. Philip C. Jeans, of Washing
on university. St. Ixmis. Mo., is
pending the Children's Bureau
(inference.
Come on Washington Boys and Girls
What Will You Name This Wild Horse?
He Kic^s Up His Heels and
Gets Mad All Because
He Wants Christening.
! He look.-; just like the pony ownrcl
I by the boy down the street, but in
disposition, the Mongolian wild horse
' is very, very different, and he feels
! very strongly upon this question of
names.
Perhaps one of the reasons he Is so
anxious for a name is because he is
jealous of "Jerry." the big zebra in
the next cage, sent by the Sultan of
Absynia to President Roosevelt.
! "Of course," ho admits, "they say
! Jerry deserves a special honor be
cause he is almost royal, but they
! don't have to live next door to him
I and hear him tell how Important he
is all day."
Wilder and Wilder.
"It makes me wilder and wilder to
j listen to him." and the Wild Horse
1 kicked up his heels and snorted an
grily.
David Pooro. the special keeper of
both the Wild Horse and "Jerry'."
! savs that tho little brown horse w*
apt to be very cross after talking to
"Jerry" for a few seconds, and he
feels certain that "Jerry" teases him
j because he hasn't a name.
J "Jerry wouldn't bo Intentionally un
pleasant about it." Mr. Poore ex
plains. "because he is the nicest zebra
j I know, but he mitrht likr? to tease
J the Wild Horse just for fun."
"Wild Indian" was suggested as an
appropriate name by a pupil in tho
I third grado at the Wilson Normal
School yesterday afternoon.
"Because." he explained, "he is
brown and wild like an Indian, and
when he snorts it sounds just like an
Indian war cry."
Several of the children thought that
"Brownie" would be a nice namo. and
one little girl suggested "Fluffy" be
cause the Wild Horse has a big. curly i
mane.
"I think he would like to be eallod
George." one youngster suggested, and i
thon explained that she liked the j
namf "George" because it was her
father's.
In memory of Col. Robert Neville, j
master of hounds at. the Chevy Chase !
Hunt Club thirty-five years ago, J. N. |
Legir. of Alexandria. Va., has sug- (
gestod that the little horse bo called
"Tyco-Brae" after Col Neville's I
favorite hunter.
Name* Poor In.
Names for the gnu and white polar
bear have been pouring into the AnI- J
mal Kditor from hundreds of Wash
ington boys and girls who feel that
the animals are justified in striking
for names.
Twelve-year-old Clifford Broad
bent. 130S Randolph street northwest,
thinks that the gnu should be named
"Vic."
"Because." he writes, "whon I was I
out there the other day standing by
his cage he took a long look at my ,
Victory Loan button and then all at j
once he yelled 'Vic* so quick and 1
loud that it almost knocked me off
my feet."
"Victory" is also suggested by little j
James llurke, of 721 H street south- ;
west, as an appropriate name for the I
polar bear. James* sister Theresa j
thinks that "White Beauty" would be j
a nice name, and his other sister, ,
Rita, suggests naming her after the I
First Lady of the Land.
SEND THIS IN TODAY
Nameless Animal Contest
To the Animal Editor,
The Washington Herald.
Dear Sir: I think
would be an appropriate name for the wild horse, a
picture of which appears in this morning's paper.
Sincerely,
Address
I "Zenith" is suggested by Roberta
Lowe, 1129 Allison street northwest
and several of the Washington Her
ald's young readers think that "Snow
White" would be an appropriate
name.
Announcement Extraordinary
?>
GREAT AUCTION SALE
?of?
Imported Japanese and Chinese
Goods of Every Description *
TODAY, 2 P. M.
?including China Tea and Din
ner Sets, Hand-Carved Chairs,
Cabinets, etc.; Silk Kimonos,
Screens, Settees, Bronzes, Bric-a
Brac, Lamps, Ivory and Metal
Novelties, etc., at the
Oriental Bazaar
1205 Pennsylvania Ave.
Early Inspection Invited
Open Evenings
F. K. ELLIS & CO., Auctioneers
WILL IT BE VICTORY?
OFFICERS:
CHARLES C. GLOVER.
President.
MILTON E. AILES,
Vice President.
WILLIAM J. FLATHER,
Vice President.
JOSHUA EVANS. Jr..
Cashier.
AVON M. NEVIUS.
Assistant Cashier.
ROBERT V. FLEMING,
Assistant Cashier.
GEORGE O. VASS,
Assistant Cashier.
?Or will Washington?the Nation's
Capital City?fail to make its quota?
At the present rate of subscription
our city will fail unless those who
have so far failed to respond invest
at once.
"Is it a large thing that we are
now asked to lend our money to
pay the cost of victory? Is Amer
ican money less willing than
American manhood?"
The answer to Secretary Glass'
question must not be doubtful. Help
with your subscription to let the Na
tion's Capital City give the only an
swer decisively. Help by subscribing
TODAY.
National lank
? OF WASHINGTON DC. ?
On Pennsylvania Avenue.Jocing the U- S-Treesuiy
People*' Drag Store*?Not la the Drnf Trust
Epsom
Salts,
Pound,
10c
SIX
GOOD
STORES
NOW
House
Cleaning
Summer is hero
and you can't put
huusccl caning oft
any lunger. Here's a
list of article s?
priced right ?you
may need.
jmmsmw
Quote Prices Plus the Tax If Any
DONT
FORGET
?BUY
ANOTHER
BOND
rjf
Moth bags
.N u. l?-.ju.> ?
1UUJ il JtttXwtf
Au. ??over
coat. 3UxAO
Ao. ;t?Li- ei |u
ater, aOxW...
fto. 4?Auto VI
Coat. 30x7U..
Tar Papers, loxia,
10c sheet, lor
25c; dozen wr
Petcriunn- Moth
Food, 15c* Tax,
Fro tcctv ^lotii
Cry.tuU, 60c
pack&gu wy
Itcd Cedar 31-th
Compound. 4- 1
ounce pkg xvy
Moth Halls, 1 ~r
pound ?tJr
Moth Crj-tul*.
pound, 15c; 2 9^*/*
for
I'ttermanik Ant
I'owdrr, 10c. 11 A
Tax lc *.. A1V
rctcrman's Roach
Powder. 10c 1 1 A
Tax, lc AAV
r>(crman'a Jtoacli
Ta"""- 20<r
Chloride of ?)Aa
I.lmc, pound..-.
Itlark Flag lnaf? t
Powder, 10c. 1 1
Tax. lc A1V
Itlark Flua Insert
r?wd?r, -i!c. *H/?
Tax. lc
Itlack I'lau Insr
I'owdrr, 4."
Tax. 2r
Houi&h on Hat*.
23c. Tax. 21C
lc *4V
Eoptlao llcwlvr
larm. 23c. Tax. 2J?
Sulphur Caodlct,
& tW? 1<~*
Household A m -
monia,
quart
Plutt's Chloride*?
small size. 29c. *>1 A
Tax. 2c
Crude Carbolic
Arid. 9()>
pint -VV
Spirit* Tur- 9(lp
pontine, pint... *-uV
Hat Ills Kit. O |a
23c. Tax. lc...
Mnarefo Hat
? 20c
rctfrman's D I * -
covery. small, 13C
W. S. Thompson Branch
703 15th St N. W.
of People's Drug Stores
Ota, 10c
3 for 25c
Tonic
Time
Now is the time to
take a good tonic.
Free the system of
coughs, impure
blood and relieve
that tired feeling.
If You Need a Reliable
Hair Tonic?
Here You Are
?mall size, 63c.
Tax, lc
Budwell'a EBBlaios,
$1.00
Rndwell's Rati
with creosote. No. t,
$1-20
Rahck. 60c size,
T~ 5 It
170
150
Ajrrrti Hal* VU*r. QHf
83c size, tax 4c Ol C
Rarher*a nimtst, 13.69
slio, tax 15c. 13.84; $1.79
size, tax 7c, *1.84; QQ*%
89c size, tax 4c %/Ov
Bsi wrdV Kan *r Quinine,
an cxotlKnl preparation to
prevent dandruff and keep
the &alr soft and fluffy.
50 c size. 39c; tax, ] C
Prvdol. In tabeai small
24c
' nooalne (Hnrnqfn) Hair
Toulr. two sizes. the slue,
tax 4c. K9c; 4?c atze, A 7/i
tax 2r **#C
lUafk-rlms three size*. 79c
size, tax, 4c. 8Jc. 45c slao.
tax, 2c, 47c, S3o alze, Oi.
tax lr ?4C
Dnfonr'a Hair Toots, Hrtt
o? dark; regular 76c *70^%
Size fi9.\ tax 3c 4
Jstan
size, ti
Jc ....
HaCr Tonlr. fftr
63c
U Cn .1. Hair
Wc ?li. tax OO*
?c wC
SlftW H.I, 1W*. a fa
* (Ilea he
'?I* *?*. ?! Mb?.
restores th? hair t. It.
natural color quirkly and
4?c 51<.
fine tonic and blood
purifier: large bot
V^Vf..... $1.30
Dynamlr Ttslr, an
excellent nerve stim
ulant and body
builder; small nice.
llc-..Tr. 78<
Fellows* Syrap of
Hypopho* phltes j
small size. 85c. CQa
Tax, 4c
!>arge size. $1.19.
jr. $1^4
vorita among the lad _
ratis* ft prevents loose hair
and doe* net make the hair
greaay; two sire*; SI.00 size,
Father John's Med
Iclae. small. A A a
42c. Tax. 2c... ^*r
Swtaco HaSr Tonic. lie
tax 4c. life; I Or AH ^
size, taz 2c 41 C
Trir^frsw. 40c I7p Jff*- S3c- 87^
| fdze. taz Jc 4/C Tax, 4c ?
Tax 4r i! 04 FtV aims. rt% " Vaaellne Hair Tsaie, 90c
T-. 52c ?- - ?-.=.? 37c
Harm' Hair Health, 0 9c
size, tax. So, 71c. S9c 4 1 ^
size, tax 2c *xxC
llrrptrMr Hair Tonlr. R6c
size. tax 4c, S9c; 45c 4Hg*
size, tax 2r ** I V
Pnrker*s Hair Bsksn. Xtr
size, tsx 4c, 9*e; 40c AH 4*
slie. tax 2r *i 4 C
Fompelna Hair Haaaajret
three sizes. R9r size, tax 4c.
9Xr; 49c size, tax fcc.
51c; 25c size, tax lc.. ^vC
Pennlar Hair Tonlr:
formula on every bottle;
you can see It contains
everything n^raasarr to
mak? th*? hair grow and
ston dandmff: two siars
Hair (.rawer.
r. 52c
Weatphal** Hair Tamle.
^ 93c
WlM Hoot Hair Toale. H5c
size, tax 4c. 83c; 45c Hse,
<? ray's filycetiae
Toale. .small. 4 "^
45c. Tax. 2c... 44 4 V
T^argc elzc, $1 09.
^ 21.14
(?rahan'k S>rup of
11 y p o p h o ?phitm|
contains iron, qui
nine and strychnine:
a plr&sant formula
for a rundown sys
,?? ^.4To:.=*c.""'. 31c f;nU.7^. 83<
.?-izo.
W anpole* 9a?rr and Oal
pbari stops f alllna hair;
restorrs its natural color
and no one ran tell you are
using It; oni size; C"|/?
'49c size, tax Sc.....,, OIL
Wyeth*a Sa?e and ft*l?har:
two sizes, 7?c size, tax 4c.
liquid Arvoa. S9c QQ/? 50r size, tax JTO- 83c; 59c size, tax ro*
ce. tax 4c VOL i 2o OLC i Jc O^C
$1.00 size, tax 4e,
$l.rt4: 5Or size, tax 2r i)mC
<4 Fnn Hair Tonlr. s re.
tax 4c, 89r. 45c size. A 7
tax lr 4 I C
Hoaewood Hair Tonlr,
50o size, tax
21C
12c. Tax. 1?
|*rtrrmaa*M l> I * -
eovery. largo,
20r. T;i\. It
rondcrcil Ilornx,
sealed package. 2f?
mule-team, 19/4
pound
Dead Sturk, *>1/4
23c. Tax. lc.. ^**v
Insertion'-, pa <* k
,9& Tax- 200
Toilet Articles
When you buy
your supply hero
you ar?- bound to
j?ave money.
Mary t.arden Tale,
49c. Tax.
Colgate's Shav
ing Powder,
Stick or Cream
Large Size, 30c
Pinaud's Eau de
Quinine Hair Tonic
4 ounce bottle. 6*Jr; tax. 3c 65r
bounce bottl** $'..09 tax. 5r 91.14
1.%^-ounce bottk-. $1 98; tax. Sc. *2.06
31 '.iunrc bottle. $3.5S*. tax, 15c. g3.n
P. & W.
Bicarbonate
Soda,
Pound 10c
Liquid Glass
SDk.tr of ?odn
A qoart will pre
serre 13 dozen osrirs.
Quart Can, 25c
51p
Finaud'a \iolet or
VeKetal, 85c. WlU
Tax. 4c OTV
I Ixtract W 1 t e li
Hazel. pint. ?} 1^
23c. Tax. lc.. ?? 4V
IvolynoN Toot li
ra?te, 21c. Tax, 09/4
lc "V
lee Mint, 50c s:z^.
2c?". .TaX". H0
Mando. $1 size.
3"c...Tax: W
1'almolive Sham
poo. 49c. Tax,
>1 uUiflrd Cocoa ii tit
Oil, 42c. Tax. 4 Jp
Coiorite, all shad' s
in stock; 91/*
choice ^AV
Lavoria, small
Bocabelli
Castile Soap,
Pound Cakes,
39c
Robinson's
Barley,
Y2 Pound, 29c
Pound 49c
Tr. Iodine,
2-ox., 25c
S-oi., 75c
Pint, $1.39
f^cceu'a ^crvura.
:r.T."- 930
f.udr'a I'epto-Man
*"? ,3c...T*^ 970
C.rnhaai'a Hcef,
\\ la? and Iron, a
preparation that
?IWI fails to build
you up when your
system is run down;
fl size, pints. C9-4
79c. Tax. 4c... ?<>V
Grakaa'i I'.nil
aloa of Tod liver
OH. combined with
lime and soda; large
bottle, 55c.
Tax. 4c ..
n. K. Wnaipole'a
Cod l.lver I'npara
? lon. th?- original
CPhlladelphia
rejrular Si size r(\gL
?7c. Tax, 2c... 4VV
llarce** < ordial.
08c. Tax,
4c
930
$1.02
Elx tract
Vanilla,
3-oz., 25c
S-oz., 65c
Pint, $1.25
51.02
Sterilized
Gauze,
1 Yard, 12c
5 Yards, 50c
People's Prices on Cigarettes
icc-. .Tax; 20p
Lyon's Tooth I'aste
or Powder, 19c. OAa
Tax. lc ^UV
Hinds* Honey and
Almond Cream.
2?!!'.42c: Tax' 410
William;/ Shr:\ln!^
Cream. Powder or
Stick. 23c. Tax. 9|a
lc
Mollr S h a \ ins
Cream. 19c. 90/^
Tax. lc ~vV
Pond's A iinishinu
or Cold Cream,
small, 21c. 99/4
Tax. lc
l.iquid Anon,
930
Ronewatrr. /ilyeer
Ine nnd Ilenvnin. 8
07.. bottle, 32c. 9 1/4
Tax. 2c ?*V
We
Guarantee
Our Rubber
, Goods
RItsI Hot-Water
Ilottle, about 2-qt.
size; complete; OCA
red rubber ?70y
lluh Fountain Sy
ringes 2-qt. size, all
complete; red QCa
rubber ?rOy
Rotary | ud Ira'
Sprny. The most of
Lr?r 98c
Rulh Sjrlnjjo for
household 490
Far and Fleer 1 Q A
Syrinee AIJV
Syringe Tuhina. ?**?
feet long, best 1QA
white rubber. .
Congreaa Combina
tion Fountain Sy
rlncrr nnd Hot-Water
Ilottle, guamntrrd
year $2.69
Hz for
Sore Feet,
20c
Tax lc
21c
llelmar*.
puckace ...........
Turkish Trophiea,
pack aire
Fuyptian taxzry,
;?acka?e . .
l.orJ .Salisbury. 15s
?ark a^re
Omar, lf.s,
l*aJI stalls, pa^kagr
MelaehHno, No. 1
-.ill tip.'', package
12c
12c
15c
15c
15c
17c
Camel
20r?
Piedmont
20s.
CJiestcrfield
20s,
Lucky Strike
20s.
Sovereign
20s,
17c
Mara4a, 10a,
pa? ka?-e .........
MorsU, 10s. plain or t H*
cork, package II v
Naturals, lOz, 1 Hp
ioa* kaae v
Windsor Cootie, 2?s, "I
tparkasre XOv
I -a y ptlan Prettlent. OA.
.JOs. park age fcivt
J;'0"""- 20c
ltlrbmond Straight OA/*
Cats, stralcht or plain
People's Prices on
Reliable Family Remedies
20c
44c
20c
44c
filOTer*a ntaaire Remedy,
?cc:tr. 5ic
Sloitn'a Mnlmrnt,
19c; tax, lc
Swamp Root. 42c;
tax. 2c
Ilecrham'a 1*11 Is,
19c; tax, lc
California Fig Sy
rup. 12c; tax. 2c ....
I.axativr Bromo Qnlnine
Tablets, 10c; tax. 20C
Salol Tableta, &-gr., tQ0
100 in bottle
Salicylate Soda Ta?*'ets
?? gr., 100 in bot Q ~/?
tio oDL
Purr Glycerine, 4 J'A
or.. 19c; pint OUL
Rone-VeL Salre; 15c 10.
.size. 12c; tax. lc. . . IOC
Fx tract
Aromatic, 4-oz.
25c
J Caieara Tablrtn, TD. St \
To., 5 gr., 100 in bot 21C
Sulphur nnd OetB Tnr
tar |,oscnKea, 10c; lip
tax, lc lit
3 for 28e
Phllllpn* Milk Waicne?lt,
small. 21c; tax, 22c
|ifrK.e,..:!9c:..,ax 41c
Squihbs* Mineral Oil,
1 pints, 75c; tax. 78c
Sal Hepaflea. small O
size. 23c; tax. lc....
Klaxnccd Meal, "1 Pp
pound 1
Veronal Tablet*. 5- A P
gr.. 10 in tube 4t/C
A "Jo I, 50c size. 59c; Jg
$1.00 size. T5c; tax,
P. n. A Co. Ai
oil, C5c; lax.
3c
P. n. A On. Liquid
Petroleum, 49c; tax,
2 r
Spirits of Camphor,
10c OZ-. 3 ozs
I'Kollne Mineral OH,
{small, 23c; tax, lc.. .
I Pint, 45c; tax.
t as tor Oil, 4 oz*..
19c; pint
I Camphorated Oil,
i 10c oz.; 3 ozs
OobelPs Solution.
I pint, 15c; taz. lc
Powdered Alum.
pound
Hop*, 4oz. pack
age
Sal .Ammoniac.
I pound
68c
51c
25c
24c
47c
50c
25c
16c
15c
25c
20c
llood>
rllla. 98c
Tax. 4c ..
Miles* >er*in?. ^9r
7c": 930
Hypo-Cad. a wine
like prrparatlon ex
tract of cod liver,
hypoph^sphites and
iron: excellent tonic
after influenza:
largo bottle. Q| o;r
$1.20. Tax. 5c f1*4?
l.axstl\e Alterative
' ompound. h l'enslar
product that purifies
the blood; safe to
$1-04
Mrllade's Prearrip
tlon. a strong sys
tem cleaner that
purifies tli* b1?K?-1;
large bottle. e?/*
$1.69. Tax. 7c 01.4 0
Mnltlne Prcpnrn
tlon*. f 110. e 1 t"
Tax. 5c vl.ld
\u\tonr Tablets, a
standard formula "f
mix and iron. r? < .'tn
mended for a n? rv
Pus. wrak systeni: $1
siz??. 59c. Tax. g2?
\uxated Iron. 75c.
lr 780
Keoferuan. n^w
ir?>n t'-nic. et t?
^1.10. Tax. 5c vl.ld
I1em% iialdcn
,8?:. $1.02
Phoaphagaa. a
B i n:- fl?| OA
11.25. Tax. 5c
I'hokplio - l^ecit bin.
83c. Tax.
4c
I'bnopho - Muriate
Oulninc (Pbilltps*).
S9?\ Tax.
4c
Phosphorated Malt.
75c. Tax. eoA
Sc <?0
1'i-ruaa. botflr. S9r.
7r: 930
Penslar Appetlxlnc
Tonlr. relieves all
ills of the stomach;
two sir.rs; small mzc.
lT\rr 520
RafaelI'a F. m a I -
t": 'c15:... $1.20
Srrrtol (\Vyeth>,
si19: T"-.. $1.24
Scott's r.nuUloa,
.mall. S7c. Tax. g0(.
?: 930
THERE'S ONLY ONE WAY
To Secure a Satin Skin: "Apply Satin Skin Cream,
Then Satin Skin Powder."
Satin Succeeds!
Satin Skin Cold Cream 30c; Tax, 2c?32c,
Satin Skin GreaseleM Cream 35c; Tax, 2c?37c
Satin Skin Face Powder 35c; Tax, 2c?37c
Satin Skin Roae Tint ..35c; Tax, 2c 37c
l-arnc. 51.07. Ct 19
Tax. Sc 9-1.
Ylaol. fl size. Q1 A
87c. Tax. 4c... 57AV
WaterbaryNi Prep
aration of Cod l.lver
OH. plain ?>r with
creosote. 79c. C9a
Tax. 4c
Tyree'?
Powder,
21c
Tax le
22c
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