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Store* Closed Today on Account of Holiday D. J. Kaufman He. 100547 Pa. Ave 616 17th St. V.I - J SIJPEt-SIX TOE MM IDLES GUARANTEED Ma-l _W ^ . C C Anotk.r ?.portant ^_* | ^1 .DO a*Stion to our peer -*? I a-L mm Tin and Tune *4e? ?> - ,??. Ua??r?slb?? " srlaa -.nj? CHAS. E. MILLER, he. a_S MOI St. 4 Dear* Hal? at ? SH. LJ FRUIT JARS Quartj, 89c Piati, 79c SI-ALL'S 713 7l_ St N. W. MAIM ??(?. Prickly Heat Some day 700 will ask your ?elf, Wby dfd T refuse to pee Tyree's Antiseptic Po?*rd?--T for these tormentinp cues of Poison Oak. Prickly Beat and Mosquito Bites? The person who does not tree Til-M'a Antiseptic Powder freely In these cases falls la two ways, nefflect and fore slrht. For the effect of Tyres'? Antiseptic Powder in these cases Is almost mar?el ous. One or two tablespoons fall dissolved in a basin of water invariably relieves yo*n while you are applying it. When used in the same dilu tion-- its application is very pleasant and noncauteriztnff. For thirty years Tyree's Antiseptic Powder has been the accepted standard for per sonal hygiene. In small, me dlam and large sixes?for sals by all drug and department stores. Reme m b e r the name-? TYREETS?accept do other HEARTBURN Caused by Acid-Stomach Toal bIBer bearthum, balchi??. looeV repe**_ff. ?digestion bloat after est?*? al are esos? br lodatomsrh But it-T ar? only _e? ua??l?a?? danger s?mala to ???p? you ol awfuj troubles if Dot ttopp-xl rleadtrb?. biboaaae?.. rti-u-nttinn. sciatic.?. '.***. ""?? "??'ess teelmg. lick ol merge. Zittisse*. Ir?omnia, eren cancer ?ad oler? o? ?** ?les?ne? and man; other alimente as? tractable to ACLD STO MAL? Tbrsjsaud??yea, ? !::io_?- ?.: ... .-.r.l? ?bo ga??I at be wen and strong arc :.,3re weak SSaSkvran?p ol ac-d-rtomacb Thef really ???Tve ta tbe ??at of pleuty because tbey 4r> act set enough ?trenitin ?nd vitality from ?Stood tbey t?i .Take EATOXic snd give ynnr stomach a Iterili to do its work ruat. Make it strong. eaol. twee? ?ad comfortable. EATON IC ?f?g? mmUk re.lef for hi?r.hum. buchine _<_e_?un and other stomach miseries |? St-ovt* dlsetlOD? help? yon get fui* btrengt*i Dost your food Thnusand; ss .? EaTONIC S t?I most wonderful stomaca remedy in th* ?odd Broagbt ?'tro rehVI wbcu e.cry tMncSte lailed. Our ?_t testhnooi? S ?rust EATi .NIC ?rln de lor you. So get a big Sor box of EaTOSIC ??day from yoor druggist, use it fee- day.? ? t???? not pleased, retara It sad (et y?or ATONIC (Tt_ TCeTO ACn>-STt____ Don't Forget Pyramid Tke PvrasaM Pile Treatment A-*?a* f*areta Wonderful Relief f.r Ite?las. Hired, n s ?r Pro tra*U*m l'ile*. KRD FtMt A IRKK TRI AU Perhapa roa axe now suffering? ao dreadfully you cannot wait for the Era? trial. If snch is the caae go las*?? ti? l?e. What Ble?wet Bettet la Carti Yh Try Prrasald. to any dnifr store and fret a (0 cent box of Pyramid Pile Treatment. Re lief should come *o quickly yoa will thank your (rood fortan* in le?rn las; of Pyramid. If you are In doubt. **nd for a free trial pac?ase by mafL Ton will then be convinced. Dont delay. Taste no substitute. FR-X SAMPLE COUPON *S?A?TJ> D_UO (?.\?>?-*?. IS Prrtmsd Bldr., kllnh.11. MV Eb?rr tes? me a G?* aamr 1? of ?Jit-Ill-? _?al^-l.tn piada wrapper. LAW CLASSES MAKE RECORD Enrollment at George Washington Is So Large New Section Added. George Washington University Law School opened yesterday afternoon with an etiroab-asnt so lance that It was announced r.tat an additional section for flrwt-ywar ?tude-it* would ne conducted tn the Medical BuO.I ins, IS* H ?-treet rnrrOiwest. Prom inent speaker? took part ta the open In? exercises In the N?w Masonic Temple. Thirteen'..") an 1 New Tork avenue northwest. ?. ?. T. MaefaxUcd pt-e*lded Amona: those who acidi esseri the as sembly were Senator Thomas Ster ling-, of South Dakota: Pr?sident Ciarles ?. Collier, of the univer sitv: Herbert Cornell. OoL Q-Btras at. Dtrwell. William ? Ktnit and Melton I, r-erson. The Adonaox Prtsa !Sss*>latft--up was pre*ent?l to Msxwell James, _who also revived tbe John Byrne f*on? paay rrrtxe. The Phi Delta Phi schol arship was won by John D. Wstklns. Funeral Services For Charles Gawler Today ?"onerai service* for Charles J. Gawler, prominent Watahincton ?ro dertaker who died at his home. 1421 Forty-foturtli street, Monday, will be conducted at the J. Gawler Sons undertaking parlors. 17J0 Pennsyl vania avenue, at i o'clock thl? afternoon. Mr. Gawler was born in this eity In 1855 snd had been In bnsinae* here all of his life. He was s member of tbe Wash ington lendire. No 15. B. P. O. B md the Washington Commandent. No. 1. ?. T. and the member* of both lod-res will attend the se Ban-uter Sbot*. Mode-ty. Me**>r>UTme. Victoria, Sept- 34.? The hi?rh standard of the supreme court of Victoria has been main tained by the appointment of Mcssr? Schutt and Mann to the bench, hut it ilso owe* ?eornetiiing to Mr T. a*r!. Wels-.1L K_ C. leader of the equity D*r? who declined to accepi an appointment on tbe su preme court bench because he felt thrit he had not th* ht-rh standard reqnlrerl In other branches of Isw than equity. The Victorian ?-overn ment has puhlic-lr expressed Its rec oirniton of Mr. Weli-alf? hlirh sense i.f professional honor. WEATHER COItDITIONS rOBJM-AST f-OB TODST ?KD tomobbow. rtiatric-t, at CBhnnht? ?Bd Mar-land fair toda? and f-rids? ?nd pwssa-s. Barasti?? : Sttl ehansr 11 fsialatiae: ri-ntB? ?*?B*JU???* to ?rast UOCAL TTtatTBR-tT" BB Michuartt. *T: 3 a aw. ?; ? ? ta. ?: 4 ?. m.. ?t S ?. ta., ST: B a ??. ?: ? ?non. ?: S ? ??. ?? ? p. ta.. ??; ? 9. ??. ?: S s m.. 4?; ? p. ta.. ?? ma-r-est. ??: lu?'??, SS. K#4a!?.e hmni?1t?- ? a B?. ?; - a ?.**; * ;?. ??, ?: r?inf?n ? t? ta. to ? t*. tn.). ?: hors , ..t sonehme r? ' : r?-r cent nt uuujiHe sanshtee. G ? l ? f5P A ICrT7?*?TfV 111 ?????? e_r?BB at inii^sstiir? sbbbp Jso .v*r? 1 rsT?. *4B: cm ?si of temr?r?xtn?. ?tnre -.erieaBbsr 1. I3b\ -.*: ?cxurnaraled MEN af twrrinitatica. ?ine* Jaaaary 1. or?, ?a??.- ws i.c-KTiev of irnivilatjan ?tare S*f?wtiib?r ?. t?n\ -IB. TmprrBlur? Wune date tsst ?Bar -Rialvwt. G* IciwcKt 3?. Gtttpa? **bbW ?.???*?t??**< ?? G?--? rswricr.? RaiB todaj. ai*h? S|..tci. fall. ? Itau-la, '?*-. M a ?3 1 Kirl.??*. Md. 7* f? T? i Vawi Mas?.._. ? 50 ? ? ?Tiv-arr. ?. 7? 4* T< ?*????t>?. Wwj. ????. rarenpnrt *,??*?. 7? ?C Tl ? |?W -r3V?rww. lean?- ? ? ? - Teultsb. Vmn. a 43 50 ll?Jf??loe IV-. SI TO '. iir ia....... rod.. ?* ? Kansas ill?, sta. ?5 '4 1 1?? si?:-**. CbL. ? *?*?. : Memphis. ?-???.. 1* 5? TI) i Moufle Ab.._. ?S ? ?? . .New Tort. W ?. -D W ? . | I -mah?. Nere. ? M M ? Ili -rtv Aris.. ? ? ? I I-?rtlard. iMc. SS ? SS ?Mit lake at?, Utah.. ? ? 14 . Kt PBaL Minn_ ? ? S3 rwn Franc-i?rr?, Cal_ ? SO W Tampa. FT?. a ? ? .__ \Vtcsbrir-. MB?. . ? ? TI ????? TABL-B (c??r_?l-l ?? rnited Suies Coa* ?od <>c-irtie ?bbbjbJ Tafa? -Low orle. IB a ta ?od ??? ?. ?? : tati Od-, TA s. m ano -rST ? Ta THE fttrjj ???? Moort. Todaj??rm Hare. ?SJ7 ? a? ; bsb erta. TSS S m. Morsi ree? 7:3 a. m. : sata. 7S3 p. ta .-ottanvihlle lampi to b> ??nted ??chaJT bonr arter ncstset WATCH |THEBIG4 ? &iBTiat?-,?dney?-Heart-liver Keep the vital org-ans healthy by regnlarly taking the world's siBrulard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles? GOLDMEDAL Tbe National B?m*dy of Holland tot nrituriss snd sndcji**d by Qu??n WilhBlxnin?. ?? druejjrist?, ihr*e sires. Look far ta. bbbbm CmM Urntal em evert Soldiers Soothe Skin Troubles with Coticnra St?f2Sc OatMtMt 2Sc 15 55Vm fork's ?nnlrst Caratura A ?tiret ? ululili lattei?** Gateway *t estati ful Cr.tr.1 Park-11* nini te ?-rytsuasj- yet ir?? S?t-Si?at___ myattl ahwptt_ -Vquarr ?0 W?s* ITta Street, al CtatrsJ Ptrk. NEW ARMY SURPLUS STORE OPENS TODAY Sales over the counter will tie solely jo Washing-toman? at tbe Uberty Hat market today when tbe new store opea?, it was announced yesterday by officials In charit? of tbe sal?. It ?ras ssld that the limited force would be ?ble to accommodate more trade than could be accomplished by parcel post. All orders from outside, however, will be shipped by mail. Order* ?bould be addressed, "Army Retail Store. Uberty Hut, Washington. D. C." Surplus cloth ing and household articles will be widely distributed. Sale* of surplus stock from army ?tores through the City Postoffice ceased yesterday- Sappile* left over will be sold at Libertv Hat Restore Power of State Commerce Commission The House yesterday without a record vote pased tbe bill restoring to the Interstate Commerce Com mission durine; the remainder of federal control the power to review railroad rates. During federal oper* ation this power hs* been held by the President. The bill had passed the Senate and now goes to con ference. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE NEWS In Cole, who h** worked tn the pre?!? room forty-five years, will cele brate hu* 90th birthday on September 3 at hie home. 723 Kit-bth street northeast. Tbe pressmen are planning a rouj-tne; reception. Charles W. Bennett, Jr. William il. Childers, Lawrence E. DeAtley. Wil liam W. l>uffle, Joseph M. Schryrer and Overby Sterrett have been ap pointed emergency tinotype operators. Harry Oehler announces that New York printers, binders, and pressmen have compromised on a fiat scale of %4?> and a forty-el?ht hour week In the book and job shops. I other J. Green, fcklffar Jenkins, Charlen H. Krebs, ? ?eorfre M. Morri son. Terry H. Orern ;<n<l Roland S. Perry have ??een appointed emergency pressmen. New compositors are Timothy J. Imrlee, Hairy J. Goldberg. Thomas J. ...ihm. Roy H. Hood, John E. Maree Albert ? Nicholson. Albert ?Smith, and Robert K. Zink. Miss Katherine Hays, collator tn the day proofroom, has moved from her suburban home to the ? ity for the winter. Two Unotype sectkm teams will meet on the Grand Central durkpin alleys tonight. W. R. Lore has completed arrange ments for il. P. O. employes to pur ! chase sweet potatoes, delivered by ? parcels post, at 11-25 a bushel Ralph Harrt.' ha? been assigned to ; the desk recently vacated by Fred Berger in the office of superintend ent of work. Louis Vogt is ?subbing' for Arthur Slmonds in the night jacket section. John D. Myers, pressman In charge, is enjoying an auto trip I through New York State. Miss Fannie D. Carter, who ha? ? been absent from the machine sew I! Ing room several months because of Illness, is improving. William G. Jones is visiting his oM home In Cleveland. Ohio, on a business trip. John A. Pikr ts at work In the night linotype ,-ection after visit ing his sister in Norfc-?a\ Frank M. Clark, compositor in the day nimmtypc section, is visit ing hi.- father in Harbor ?Springs. Mich. Oforsre W. liprr has returned to the Johroom after a visit to his home in Virginia. Miss ?Sadie Yat".\ ?f the comput ing section, ha??, returned from a trip to New York Alex Zimmerman has boon absent from the carpenter shop seven?! days on rv-ave, Clarence S. Elliott has resigned from the electrical section and wtli engage in bosiaess in Witm ine tort, Del. Benjamin A. I^im-back. musics.! director. a?n_aoirnc??s that hereafter the weekly concerts will be held on ThtjaredJ-y. MARRIAGE UCENSES. WHTTt I ?ad U Lan?, S. at Wrutwrll. Tar. ad Mia Tullia dato. B. of Mannt ?tattar?. Vs. Th? Bar. J. ?. Norton. Wilham <kser,-.inw, jr . of Washington ?ad Ruth? a Metan?, 26. ..r Knoll Hock. Iowa. The Re?. J J Mut. A. E. StOlwrJl. fC. xn.1 niabsth M Men ?mrlieS, S, bnth of Washington The Re? Iw. c. whit?. i W. G. Fosd. a. and Doris V. Jarsson. 17. both of RiernDced Tb? Re. Joba E. Briar? 1 Manner M. Iaalwiiiiaii. 22. uf Detroit, ?ad ? Una Grata. B. ?f Quantino. Va. Thi Re? ' Robb G. SU-roratone. ! Hor.ry Cririst-prier ?)lu, ? aad Mar? A-??? Robertson. *0, both at ?bbbbBbB? Ttie Rer. John B. Bnas? ? M Smith. S. and Mrrtlei Prtdd., 9. both of Dali V? The Mm. Harry D. MitobaU. B. B. Berrril. ?V. and Hannah O friirSnaU. ?T. both of l-hiJadrJntua The lie?. B. D. Hilcheil Samuel INeojene* Marshall. 26. of Washington. and Ann? Roth /.eirv-r. 31. of New Y wa Tb? Ke? f?eoroe 1? Brown. Aaron I? Wearer. O, ?ad Knth ? Wan**?, 3. both of ll*rrL??ibnr*. V? The Re?. 4. Howard WeUs ! William J. PruDio?. S. aad Maros? ? Alts-?. a, both of waatiixaton. Tbe Ber rlowwM I. ?Down? ! Ralph ? Ros? 24. of Baltimore and Ooroth. I ?skip. ?i. at Washington The Ke? Walter I A, Vlorsan Norman 11 Mnrpti?. r?. arai Veille M tint. roan. in. both or Washington. Tbe Rer Alrin ? PtrkiDS. Arthur Alexander Ridont, 3C, ?ad Bla Lta?ar Oole. a, both of W?j*uB*ton. The Rer. Cor astio? Hte?ro?oo Abbot, jr. ; William B. Yobst, 21. and Carolin* 1. Kern. B, both of Washington- The Re?. John W-dle?. Ions B. Miller. 22. and Albert? ? Windsor. SX both of Bladerisban?. Md The Re?. COLORED ! George W. minorisun. a, and Catherine R. ? Snrigga, 9. both of Washington. The Re?. M W. flail. John fi. Law?, 9. and Mary ? BnUer, E. both of W-ahJn-tnri Tb? Ber. M. W. D. Niitman. C*??wand Brown, 23, and Lillian Ridiard?, S. both of Washington. The Re?. A. Sajlea. Jamea Ora?. 22, and Sau. Black. 21. both of Waahington Tbe Rer Aqrdla Sarlea, William H A. Hall, C8. and Bettle r-aat. 51. both of Washington. Tb? Rer. M. W. TraTerar lawrenoe uraham, 2), and Lena Brrtiar. a. both of Washington, The Re?. W. A. Jone* Wilson Giles, -3, and Rlanohe Issris. 24. both of Washington. The lier. Daniel Washington. Henne? MaofcrJ, 22. and Gene*? Forman, ?), both of Waabington. The Ke. William If. Dean. Tlioma? H Williams, w. ?od Nellie Bra?. ?. both of Washington. The Be?. George W. Taylor DEATHS REPORTED WHITBi Kanma F Otinion. a. jre?rs. HS* 9th ?t. ne. Joseph A. f-reamer, 31, 62* Park road nw. Amanda Daria, a. 1M6 Swann st. nw. Catherine A. Miller. 47. SS G ?t. ?w Ellen IVjughlin 82 ?34* 41st .1. nw. fa B. Skmner. 6?. New Bbbitt. John R. IsVsCbnchie. ?7, Palais Ro?al. Adaline M. Thornton, ?i. ITO? M ?t. nw. ?saBiaxBt Morns. M. rsnergencT Hoarstal. Joanna T. Loone?. G). 1S37 North ran?, ?t. r.. Dj?ai Gwat-rieh. 83. 320 ? ?t. ne Jarae* K?Hj. <*. ITO nogwood st, nw. ?Dea A. Beale?. ?. 421 H ?t. nw. COLORED. nmeat B. Walker. 13. 7M Uarrard ?. rtiarle? Utidae?, ut. H*f M ?t. ?w Hattie Klilsome B, Frerdmen? Hospilaj r-ca*rd T. tasas?, 1? Of Dit S. M, OPEN DRASTIC WAR ON PRICES Food Buyers' League Holt Mass Meetings?Wants Members. With prospects- bright for ?IT*cttng a reduction In the cost of food, tit? ClUaans' Food Buying and Dtatrfbo tlng T T*n? I* redoubling ita efforts to obtain inaili!??!'?. Two man meetings will be held this afternoon to ort-anixe brancbea. One will be held at the I_xtgdon-Broc? land Burine Club, to he addressed by ?. B. Ljcett ?ad ?. E. Cote. The other w?l be at the Johnson Powell Cornmirntty Center near th* Arcade. John O. McGrath. server?! manager of the league, and B. W. Paya* win address the meeting. elimination of unnecessary profits Is the object of the leasrue Federal Trade Commission "??res show that the wholesale dealer makes a profit of ? per cent and the retailer a profit of 30 per cent If theae figures are correct, the leasrue lla-area to reduce price* approximately 47 per cent. Applications for membership in the league will be received today at the Wilson Normal Community Center, the Petworth Community Center ?nd the headquarters of the Federal Employe"' Union, at Ita New Tor- avenue Col. Richard G. Lay Buried Wednesday Funeral services for Col. Richard G. T-ay. who died at his home. 1S?0 ? street northweat. Monday, were conducted yesterday afternoon at St. Matthew's Church. Col. ?ay was a civil war veteran. having served with the Northern army. He was ?? years of are ?t the time of his death. ACROSS THE SALT SEAS. Berlin iTianeetlor Bauer suffer? attack of heart trouble. London. ? No truth to statement.* that Holland and Belgium sever dip lomatie arrangements, ?ay Belgian legation officials. Amsterdam. ? Word received that Rumania, begin.? evacuation of Bu dapest. Berlin.?German propagandist? for return of royalty ?ctlve In publication and diatrlbntton of their pamphlets. Luxembourg.?Last of the American troop* leave grand duchy of Luxem bourg. Paris.?M. Prat, member Chamber of Deputies, arre*ted for accepting bribe to write letter to secure re lease of a mercisaaTa goods from cus toms house. Paris?Hedwige de 1? Rochefou cauld will marry Prlnc?? Sixtus. of Bourbon-Parma, brother of former Kmpre.s Zita, of Austria. BIRTHS REPORTED. Arthur ? and Julia A. Walter, crri i Paul T. and V.U M. WeUi. girl. ! lU-n-mnd imi Maata E. Whit**-?. ? ? IY.>rWv k I. and JuSta A. Van Andra, ht? .?nuis J. and rati'U H. Behalt-. .->t. ATht-rt H. and ftarah J. Bt?*-_ng. boy I V uh.?-- S. and r_T7-th?Hh H. Sr-ill*?-,, htr 1 J'ihn ?".. and n-ima M. NVtvl, hn-r. I J.tin.?-. Os. and fttarr *-> l'hillii?. boj. il.tr? io?- and MarpMrite I. LinH-rirk, hr? Walter H and (Catherin? A. I iriTnf cH I <*t_rl(-a W. and Mary C. I_p(xtM. ?irl j Wlwin ? and KaLh__ine Jo?.??-?, hm. Jame? I. and Nantit? R. Jub??, ho?. j ? ?.???.t*. G ami Mir ia M. Roa?; boy FVanlc 1. and f.aj-rt Homigmann, ho | Val?*-?tinr? and Mari* J. FaJrc-ne. j?rt .l'rfui W. and tth'l IHrw. hnr. Wrn .1 and Katherine ? ?*-*?" prl COLORS). u ?Itr- R, and M-JT ?. Yonne, girl | J>*hn W. and ArtLr?.. VViLianvt.. bo-;, ? Mm G. and f*am!.n* ? ?>?*tt. I**? -liarl?-? II. ?nd Ori*??? Hi?'ard. girl. THE PANG! RH Carrnot Be Rubbed Away with Linimenti. You who are afflicted with this : most painful disease?who know j from experience just how excru ciating its pangs are?get this fact ' fixed firmly in your mind, and it ? will aid you in finding a way to ] a complete recovery. Rheumatism j cannot be rubbed away with lini < meati?its pains and pangs can | not be wiped out as if by magic. ? A disease that is so full of torture, ? and finally renders its victims so helpless, is a deep-seated one ; it is not on the surface, hence it cannot be reached by external, surface remedies. Thii is no theory, ? for your own experience doubtless has shown you that you can never expect to rid yourself of the dis ease in this way. For the chances are that you, ? like thousands of other sufferers, '? have been misled into the hope I that liniments, lotions and other i applications would cure your rheu | matism. But what has been your ! experience) The pains possibly ! have been lessened for the time ! being, but have they not promptly ! returned, often with increased se : verity, and ate you really any : nearer a cure than before? You certainly are not, and you never ? will be as long as you rely upon treatment that at best is merely a makeshift. See what Mr. J. L. Agnew, of Mt. Vernon, Ohio, says of what S. S. S. did for his rheumatism: "For ten yaers I was badly afllicted with rheumatism, the . pains In my knee?, legs and ankles being almost unbear able. I tried various remedies without results, until a physi cian advised me to use S. S. S.. statina; that, the disease was In the blood. After taking a few bottles the pains and soreness were greatly lessened. I con tinued this medicine until all pain, soreness and inflammation were frone, and I was complete ly cured." J. J. AGNEW, " ??? E. "?ambier Street. Mt. Vernon, Ohio. This it a typical case, and BEQ?ETHSHERSON FIVE SILVER SPOONS Admonishing him to take car* Of than?. Mr*. Katherine D. Mather?. M Girard street n-fhtat. In her will -lad tor probat? rn the Mptrtot ?? rsrwn* Cotirt yesterday, rea ve* ber ana, John O. Mat?ara. ??* silver spoor marked "C. P. B. Mr*. Mathers leavea Um Orrerd street bona? to bar husband. James W. Mathers, who la mad? executor. Tb* will _ datad April B, mi Kdward W. Kolb. In Ma will tOoa tor probat? In tb? D-triet Bui* it? Court yesterday l*av~* Ma entire estate to bla wife, Marie Kolb. who is also named executrix. Mr. Kolb waa killed la a trame at-aflevat Saturday niant laat on tb? eve of the celebration of Ma it??en weddin? anniversary. H_ will la dated Aarfl 26. IMI. .? Money and beneflu derrvfed from Ms membership In Uric-layers' Union No 1 are left to hi* half-brother. Richard M. Hilleary and Ma wife, Zora Hll leary. In tbe will of John W. Wlra satt, Sled for probate in the District Supreme Court yesterday Tkrae Mace Jai- ???-wb. The members of the Optimist Club held their regular weekly luncheon ! at the New Ebbltt House Tuesday. The apeaker waa A. E. Owen, editor ol tbe C R ?. A. New?, Chicago, whose talk proved enlightening and j intere.ting The guests were Lsent. I Roacoe U Oakley and C. L. Taylor. 1 Tbe Optimists elected the following new members: Walter Scott Ward. ; Philip Meek and Charles D. Shack- I ford. President Paul F. Oro?e made a welcoming speech to the ?meats and the new member? BUREAU OF EN GRAVING AND PRINTING NEWS The Bureau or r-ngravlng and ; Printing; was well represented at ? the banquet of the Washington Club 1 of Printing- House Craftsmen on Tuesday evening; at the Columbia ! Country Club. Besides Director WU ' ?leth and Superintendent of Work , Deviny sever?! of the heads of'the 'various divisions In the Bureau were I I there. The Bureau Band, under the I leadership of Harry Smith, furnished plenty of music for the, occasion. I Stepben _?ut. soloist, waa a-ener ! ously applauded when he rendered la couple of his favorite selections,' with the full band accompanying htm. Mrs. Marian O-Ponrrer. M?as lar lian Popkins and Ml?s Maud Spies, of the examining division, have been transferred to the treasury depart a?at. Andrew McDowell, one of the vet eran employes of the engravir?- di-? ion. ha* lust returned from a two weeks' trip to Ohio. Mrs. Emma Gleaton. of the stamp : perforating division, is enjoying a few days' leave. Daniel Hassett. former vice putrid? nt of the Plate I-rlnters' Union, la e-pencV I in?,? some time in Von du ?rae, Wie. ! Miss Nora Jarnea. president of the ? Girls' Union, has been heard from at last. A bunch of cards arrived yes terday morning for friends in the ] bureau. Miss Goldie Jones, of section ?. la reported to be on the **ek list. dSuffl&va Men ?. ?e Pan?; "?dies . I Se Paar; .teoria w?ri. I gole?, ae Pair; Le?her. I SUD and ILS Pot?d. 1 All ahne ?nalrint toot. I foe r.ntrse wx. florjc Ibrask.a al?e ?ore ' or?m or bUrk restber dyes; anee polaah*a; retail at ear?-??????1e one?.. The rapirai Sbae nadlaKs C*. Or. f tt. ?,? . I'noeje Main ?MB Wash, D. C 5 OF IEUMATISM every one who has had the slightest experience with Aeuma ti-.ni will continue to suffer and grow worse until they are finally practically helpless, unless they realize that the disease must be I combatted at its source. Rheuma' ' tism is often a diseased condition of the blood. The disease attacks the body through the blood, hence the system can be rid of its pains only after the blood has been cleansed of the germs of the dis 1 ease. Lotions, liniments and ointments, applied to the surface, may in some cases deaden the pain for the time being, but until you at tack the disease at its foundation you are making no progress to ward a cure, and you are permit ting the trouble to get a firmer hold on your system every day. This is one reason why Rheuma tism is usually a permanent dis ease?, staying with its victims year after year. Getting rid of the dis ease is merely a matter of treat ing it intelligently. Knowing that it cannot be cured by external ap plications, it is folly to rely upon such treatment. S. S. S. is without question the most thorough blood medicine ever made, and it cleanses the blood of every impurity and disease germ.' That is why it seldom fails to give satisfactory results in even the se verest cases of Rheumatism. Be ing purely vegetable, without a particle of mineral or chemical in its composition, it works by eliminating and forcing out of the blood all impurities, acting as a tonic to the entire system at the same time. It has been in use for more than fifty years, and thou sands of sufferers from rheuma tism give it unstinted praise. You are invited to write our medical department for full in formation and advice about the treatment of your own case, for which no charge is made. Address Swift Specific Co., 27 Swift Lab oratory, Atlanta, Ga.?Adv. $1.00 rw? WEEK A SPECIAL LIMITED OFFER TO Army and Marine Officers The Secretary of War ha* a??tpvt**rl you afternoon each week for required physical We are organizing classes now for Army and Marine officer?, each class to be limited to 15 members, widi a fee of only $1.00 per week. 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