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AT ARMY STORE Blankets and Foodstuffs Among "Best Sellers; !" Business Heavy. Tha quartermaster*? store at th? "Ubarty Hut" did a ruahing bu?l *oo? yeaUrday. accordine to ?JaJ. Graham. who la In charge. Ia Uta taro days that Ota atora ha? ba open? the two bins, which ara t width of tha b?ndln?, la whloh tha hiaaltet? ara hep*, have been refilled thraa times aad tha rubber boot? ar? coing at about tha name rata. One of the mott Interesting fea turaa about tha atora ta that oa TtMaday It waa la operation aa a cafeteria aad Thuraday a ?tore do rn? a business That rtva!? that of ' any other place In town. This I? also true of tna ?tora room, which waa a part of tha hut'? dormitori??. I Man slept there oa Tueeday: on Wtdaaaday wood? began to arrive. partition? were in place and ready for butina.? oa Thursday morning. ???? of tha- beat bargain? to be bought at th? stdVe la In underclothing. Tini? are Misa? salta to be ?old. Prebttbly the "beat s?rier?*? are the foodstuffs, eatnneid frutta, meat? and ?eaaratablew, which ara beta?; sold In ease aad eren ta half dosen cava? lota. It la expected that tha ?hoes will tra within tha next few days. MaJ. urn said that they would be of a ? suitable for the working man. of the type known as the "hike" ?hoe. They will be eold tt ? to 8 ? pair. Overall?, win also be pot on aale aooa. Mew stock of all aorta la eonatantly arriving. Ora track load? coming hi yesterday afternoon. Leave? Danghter turate. Anna J. Swart. In her will tiled for probate In the District Supreme Oourt yesterday leave? a daughter. Laura O. Wunder, her entire estate. Including a third Interest in a hou?e ?he owaa at :*""r Eleventh street f northwest. Back-Home News TEXAS. Dallas.?Auto club of Dallas sup ports plan for adoption of |7?.000. ??i bond lasue for good road? Austin.?Map will be made of graves at Corpas ChrUti to aid in later exhumation of bodies of peo ple who died In recent hurricane. 8an Antoalo.?The Texa? portion rf Roosevelt M?morial Aaaociatton fund is expected to be raised in two or three day a Hoaston.? ? ?. Allison become? deputy United States marshal. fawn n?Dr J. B- Routs, chief ??rgern for 8. A. and A. P. Rail way t'ompany. dies. Vort Wjorlb ?Oil men aay ?trtke of steel workers will seriously hamper their progr?s? in drilling. ARKANSAS. H*b?*r Spring*.?Stream? near here ? **e bating ate?. k***d w?*h r\*h from gor ? P_MNM hatcheries at Neoeho. Mo. T'-'.ar*' an*.?CotnmtMion??ra of good ? an?, flUitrict* Mr Texarkana rm? rnri motk on highways from thU ?tv io t,?rimn*i City m? progreaa ? -* 'jwwjiii-oliv well. Orari.. - Lorena lVxton. C daughter ti Thr-Tii*?? s?-xton. killed while on * cali to ?riondi ?*???**t. Stani-*?* Rii-lgeman. IP. non vi ai,<| Mr? (?rant Bn<l.**eman. * ? ??e*. *? hu*ah?*l.? of rom tn the acre. Vorr.lt mi.-1llK*h*xa.- reatine *???.???? ???in?* fcuilt a distant?*- of twelve mile.-? f"?*?rrt h^re to P*?rry ? "ounty line. t.iM- R?*?? k ViH-nrnftteeHn?*. Mil itrodui e.l in State legislature. PENNSYLVANIA. Washington.? Trustee^? of ?? ashing - en aed JriTerwon Collega vote cam ? in for K*whwM additional endow ment Hsmsb'.rs -situ Superintendent of ? hool. ? ?. Flnegan forbids mm ?eea of hi? department to accept money for speeches. Phllade'.phia?Dr. J. C. Sanders, lireetor of State bureau of plant tn luatrv -etiirns from Eurooe. were ?- made ?tudv of potato wart disease. rttonehoro.?afre Prank Stano. **>. ? ????.red m knock at the door and a.? ?hot tbmuc*- the heart. " Igonlee.?Mr. Pouter Menoher I.e. from hum. received while pre ?eevintT pe??'he.. Jrfeadvin- Mlerhenv College has r>oe? than :*a student? at openinjc rf Its le?th year. NEW YORK. ?^ Niagara Fella? Ixx-al policemen pen. ion ele?, covemment for raise of 56 pee eent in .alalie? ??e?m?M-i;mwer? shipper? and ?rap. :'jiee maker, eonfar on present .?ars prie, of rrapes. ?hie** will be t"???, than Sltti ? ion. Vaniste???rentrait let for cleaning ? nd dredging streams running rr-oug'i tin? town trill cost ??.*** ? .mini -Martin ?tinkle, mute cob ?l.r. find? torn in toe of ?hoe left in ? ? shop three ?ear? ago. North Tonawanda?The Rev. W. ? t.'otilar. pastor of V'irti Presbyterian '?brtrcb? resigns and will ge to Dui ut h ?finn, pulpit. rtath?Steuben Counrv fair bree with more than ?.?tv) exhibits WEST VIRCnNIA. Sajem?r>r Samuel K Strother. M. I??? of Harrison County*? prominent '?hvolriaps. dl?-? from neuriti? r-laj-haburc?Total of building pee. mta for Clarksburg pane? ??.??? nark. rah moot?Pen MM T amaina T. ?hti-men. of llllnot?. will speak here ?n Columbus Dev. October It. Sow Martlnsvllle?C. A. Long put ?n trial, charged with murder of Clem .eng at Pine Grove baseball game. Ifoundsville?Campaign to malee ?arenali fount ? healthier place In ? hieb lo live will he made from Oc oher ? to October 11. "??'?llsharg?Dr. W. C. Pontius, fer ler ?trrgeon In l". R army, opens of. :ce at Windsor fa.ach Bottom. FLORIDA. Tampa.?Heavily armed United ' ??tea deputy marshal? guarding II train? entering phosphate region f Hllleborough and Polk Countlea ; -? prevent strikers from derailing hem. Ha?tlng?.?Plan? for Hasting? f gh School being drawn by archi ?^tr. Miami.?A ?-anal to ero?? Florida riroagh Okeechobee River being lanaed M. Aagnstlae?Adjt. Oen. a 3. . atta. jr. I? reorganising National ? i?rd of Florida. Tallaba?????C. ?. Farriagton ' ?uperlattndent of publie ta? of ?reward Connty cota.?Contract closed for her? of big cotton C4_ r^sarag pleat JOHN BARLEYCORN'S LAST HOME IS IN QUAINT OLD MONTREAL st <?" ..mf/:ei HOTtL MO*-rn??AL grgg* Montreal, Sept ?. ? Between the Arctic Ocean and tbe Gulf of Mexico Is one city where the tinkle of Ice In a glass m ?an? something nor? than a goblet of cherry phosphate? On? city, aad oaly one. where sun set does net And the former rounder sadly wending bis homeward way. sober and disgustad. Montreal la that city. Tradition of Its French settlers strongly ?urrlves. ?ad. while In yean past its ciUjena, ha?* had ample faculties for enjoying themselves, now those facilities draw visitors for hundreds of mil??. hotels wtavKK on BUILDOTG ?VjnnCXES. From Chicago. Detroit. Philadelphia, Pittsburgh. Cleveland. Toledo. Boston. New Tork- and many pointa in between -bay bring their thirsts to Montreal. Hotel? ara figuring on annexes. Cafes ?re bidding for extra waiters. On May 1 this city adopted a beer and win? license law as th? result of a local option election. Now. In stead of showing the bottle of hard lll?ter out on the bar, ? drink Is poured under cover The price, too, has gone op 25 to IS cents. Mederick Mattia, who seems to be tbe permanent mayor of Montreal. NON-SUPPORT CaURG-T DIVORCE SUIT BASE Charging that every time her hus band left her he took a large por tion of their furniture with him. Florence E. Smini yesterday Died suit In the District Supreme Court for a limited divorce from William H Smith, who. her bill states. Is an employe of the Motor Transport Corps. Mrs. Smith further avers that she has been In such straightened cir cumstances since she wa? married in 1114 that she has had to apply for ward? from the board of chil dren guardians. Attorney J. H. Myers represents her. Alimony is asked. ? More'Tint''Veteran. To Be K. C. Guests Today The third group of 100 First Di t1?1?? T?Urans to be brought by the Knights of Columbus committee on war activities from Camp Meade to Washington will arrive this morning for a day of pleasure and sightseeing. The men will leave the Victory Cottage, Eighth and Pennsylvania avenue northwest, at S o'clock on a tour of the city. The War Camp Community Service and the Red Croas have promised their ?'?-operation in making the day a pleasant one for the men. In tbe evening they will he taken to the Bellico Theater. Meal? will be ?erved in the Red Cross canteen ? t the Union Station. Dub Funeral Service?. Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Dunn, widow of Patrick B. Dunn, will be Iteld at her home. 1.3? Har vard street northwest, st 1:30 o'clock this morning. Following the servire* at her borne high mass will be celebrated at the Sacred Heart Church. Fourteenth street, near Park Road. ?LUI sinos no on? seriously consider? de feating him in an election, any?: ?This is what our people want, and while they want It. they shall have It." Montreal dares prohibition lo dry It up: WHAT. A AC AKT BKTWEEX OP Fit ALS f Theoretically, only fourteen govern, ment vendor? sre permitted to Sail ?pint? In bulk, and then only on a doctor's prescription. But there are many, many places ,whr?re an obliging young man will wrap up a quart or mor? on request And the government quart? are 25 per cent largar than commercial quarts. A doctor Is usually kept on tbe prem ises. He can make a diagonals with bis eyes shut and write a prescription In the pitch dark. Capers in cabarets, rere-? in road houses, celebrations In saloons all con tinue with th? add?d fervor from out of-town conviviali???. Th? police report that they are no busier than ?ver, and explain that the outside drinkers who come to Montreal are experienced. They seldom need help In carrying their load?. Nor are all the pilgrims mal?. Fam ily parti?? are numerous. Montreal, j historical, picturesque and gay. Is be coming the pleasure center of the con- ! ttnent of North America. HOUSE SEEKS LIGHT ON! POOLING OF WAR DEBT! The first step by Congress to meet j the propaganda advocating Interna- I Kanalisation of th? war debt was 1 taken yesterday, when Representative ? Gould, of New Tork. introduced a. j resolution calling upon the President . to rive the House all Information ! he may have witb regard to the j movement 'Mr. Gould said. "I saw last week ? summary of advances made to t_M ?Hies from I the tlO.COO.OOO.000 authorisation provii? ed by Congress. In It was about 1175. 000.000 to Russia, an allotment for Greece and *tS0.000.0o for Liberi?, of which latter sum CS.000 had been ad vanced. "Intimations have been made and reports have come from Europe that there, mi-rb* be ? request to fr?e su preme war coi.ncil. or some other section of the Pesce Conference, lean ing toward a combining of the lia bilities of the countries aasociatsd together for the prosecution of the war. "If such question was given serious ?-ensideration it would widely ?nd deeply affect international finance and our foreign relations and foreign trade. " Washinirton Bids for 1920 Banker?' Meeting Maurice D. Rosenberg, presidenti of the District of Columbia Rank- i er?' Association, leave.? Washington ?oday for St. Louis to be present at th? annual convention of the American Bankers' Association j which convenes in that city ? on September 3> and last? un- ! til October 3. Mr. Rosenberg Is delegated by the local ssscclatlon to extend an Invitation to the American Association to hold Its next annual convention in this city In October, 1920. HARVARD GRADS TO RAISE FUNDS Will Stage Drive Here Next Week to Aid Endowment Campaign. A campaign to aid in the raising of the ?lO.O?O.?Oii endowment fund pro posed for Harvard ?niveralty will be launched her? by Harvard man next Wednesday aad will continue for a week. s The local campaign will be under di rection of an executive commltt?? of which Walter R Tuckerman Is chair man. Other members of the commit tee are John W. Hallwell, assistant to the Secretary of the Interior, vice chairman; Clarence R. Wilson, for mer food administrator for the Dis trict, secretary; Judge Sidney Bal lou, direct??? of publicity; Franklin D. Roosevelt. Assistant Secretary of the Navy; Franklin H. Ellis, S. H. E. Freund and Charles Warren. Th? committee was appointed by Thomas W. Lament and Eliot Wadsworth. joint chairmen of the national fund. Mr. Hallowell. who was graduated in 1901. I? prominent in Harvard alumni affair? and in many of Boa ton's corporation?. Mr. Wilson was graduated from Harvard In UN. He was former United State? District At torney her? aad has ?erved as pro fessor of law at Georgetown Univer sity Law School. Judge Ballou. for merly was supreme court justice In Hawaii and now Is engaged tn the practice of law here. He waa a lieu tenant In the coast artillery during the war. Mr. Ellis, a graduate of the class of I*?***, was formerly a contracter, but now is engaged in th? bond busi ness. He was a captain of engineer? during the wer. Mr. Tu<-_crm?n I? a graduate of the clas? of ISO*. He I? president of the National City Real Estate Corporation. Mr. Warren has donated tbe use of his office at Room 711 tmlon Trust Building as headquarter? for tb? campaign, and has placed his cl?ri cal force at the disposai of th? exec utive committee. Intuirte? ?.concern? Ing the campaign and contributions toward the fund should be addressed to the office. Definite plans concerning the meth ods to be pursued during the cam paign now are being formulated and will be announced within a day or two. ASKS NEW AQUEDUCT BRIDGE BUILT AT ONCE Traffic over the old Aqueduct Bridge is becoming so. heavy that Ml Gen. W. M. Black, chief of engineers, urges that the new bridge authorised by Congress be completed at the earliest possible moment In a letter to th? War Dap?, t nient he ?*ks nn sddltional appropriation of $.00.000, and requests the early action of Congress In tbe matter. "Energetic prosecution of th? work will require expenditures of about "*0, 000 for eaf? month of good working weather during tbe remainder of th? fiscal year, or a total of 1(90.000 for the period August 1, 1919, to Jon? Ml 1910," ?a/? Gen. Blsek. "As the fund? expended on August 1. 1919, were about (390.000. a? addi tional S300.000 is needed aad recom mended for appropriation by Con gress." Chamber of Commerce Takes New Ofices me-ed from it.? old horn? at ill Twelfth street to the Homer build ing on Thirteenth street Though not quite as large as the former of? flee?. Arthur E. Seymour, secretary of the chamber, says the new quar ters are especially adapted to the need.? of the chamber. A hall has been rented for the monthly meetings of the board. The offices were formerly occupied by tbe United States Housing Corpora tion. 7rom tbtlpulplts ? -?_?_?-_--?__?-_?_--?__-____?> "Ten F?cts About Heaven" win b? th? subject of th? sermon to be preached by Dr. Joba E. Briefs at tbe Fifth Baptist Church tomorrow night. There will be special music at both service? under tbe direction of William J. Palmer. Chai-eb of Cereaaat. The Rev. D. Hughes Edwards will preach at both services of tbs Church of tbe Covenant tomorrow. "Aspects of the 'Croes" will be the morning topic, and Dr. Edwards has chosen 'The Greatest Gifts'' as the evening subject. Peek Meaa?iial. The Rev. W. L. Darby, camp eec retary of the Quantico T. M. C. ?., will preach at the Peck Memorial Church at 7:45 tomorrow evening. iBBaaarl Baptlat. Th? Rev. O. O. Johnson, pastor of th? Immanuel Baptist Church, has returned from a vacation at Bosco bel Island. N. T.. and will preach at both invi??.? tomorrow. Rally day will be observed by a ?pedal pro? gram on October I, and the woman's society will hold an ell-day rally on Wednesday, commencing at 10:30 in the morning. "*? Centennial Baptl.t. "What Happened Outside of Washington Store Window" will be expleined by the Rev. E. Hes Swem. pastor of tbe Centennial Baptist Church, la his sermon tomorrow nlgnt First r.agr-gstlo?.! The large choir of the First Con gregational Church will render a special musical program, under the direction of Harry E Mueller, at the services this week. "The Greatest Discovery of My Min istry" will be the subject of the morn ing sermon to be delivered by Dr. James L Gordon tomorrow. At the evening service. Dr. Gordon will preach on "Th? Pl?ce Wnere All Re ligions Meet." Dr. Gordon leaves for San Kraaclscoi Cal., on October 1. and this will be his last Sunday in Wash ington. A photo souvenir will be dis tributed at the evening services. Trinity ?""berr?. Tb? last presentation service for the united offering in the diocese of Wash ington will be held at the Trinity Church. Third and C street? north west tomorrow evening Rev. Horace W. Stowell will address tbe congre gation when the qresentatlon is made. ?blieb B?r-tu?. The Rev. Dr. Waldron. pastor of tbe Shiloh Bsptlst Church, will preach at both services tomorrow. The topic for To abort a cold and prevent com plications, take ilotao; Tb? purified ?nd refined calomel tablet* that are nauseale*., safe and rare. Medkiita. virtue- retarne?! and improved. Sold only b waled package?. Price 35c. Uta evening ?enrice Is 'Tat? Ml Birth.'' Cettace Bible lastlta? A. aew Bible Ctaaa it*? been opens by the Cottage Bible Institute, with Mr*. E. \V. Collamore, aa Instructor. Tha class will open at tha home of D. B. Marran. ? Rhode Island avenu?, Monday evening. Tbe chapel of the ?c-umbta Heights Christian ?Church, on Park road, has already been outgrown, the congrega tion now numbering ?M Rev. K. H. Bagby will conduct Rally Day aervloee tomorrow, assisted by RepreaeaUtlve Black ot Texas. RUSS ARISTOCRATS GET $1.50 A DAY IN LONDON London. Sept- It-?Russian worn? many .beautiful, some titled, most of them formerly of high social cir cle. In Russian eitles, are sewing In London for fl.to a dar to support themselves. Work for these women I? pro vided by Lady Buchanan, who baa become known aa tbe Lady Bounti ful to Rosela. Tha result of their effort? goes to help the Russians In dlitre?? at home. Lady Buchanan'? drawing room ha? been turned Into a workshop. In tha ballroom adjoining lunch aad tea are served to the workers oa long trestle tablas. Lady Buchanan sits at a desk most of the day surrounded by balea of goods packed ready for shipment to Russia, directing her philanth ropic enterprise. Some of the women among; the II? who are working with Lady Buchanan fled Russia with huge ?um? in Ruaalan money but It 1? valuele?? to them In London. CHURCH NOTICES. COSGRKGATIO.tAU Dr. Gordon'! Last Senday. SUBJECTS FOR SUNDAY 11 A. M.?'The Greatest Dis covery of My Ministry." 8 P. M.?"The Place Where AH R.-li?-ioai Meet." ?.ooo Copie? of a Photo Souvenir of Dr. Gordon Will Be Distributed at the Evening Senrictt. First Conffregabonal Qorcb Tenth and G Streets, N. W. V RBW THOUGHT. CHURCH OF LIFE AND JOT MR. HARRY GAZE. MinUter Playhouse 1814 ? St., N.W. >#*er rr.fBfft|p?jt At???*? ?????!??* BrttUfc EnbiMy SUNDAY, 8:15 P. M. "Training the Imagina tion to Re-Create Conditions" ?ALL WELCOME Mn.BeweM.BondDie? la Detroit ob V) Mewe baa i-Mcned Waahingtsja of tbe death of Mrs. ????? M. aa ssapltij ? of the Qaaiiarasa Oiairal's offlo*. who died at boas? fes Detroit. Mien., wner? Irse? at ?SI O street -rare aad was well known ha gov ?tn-BMtetsl circle?, having taksts a po litl?n hare at tbe begwntag ef O?? CHURCH NOTICES. FRaSBTT-BBIAJI. CHURCH OF THE COVENANT Os-aa- A v?. asm ? M. REV. CHARLES WOOD. DD, MIN1STER. Rev. 4). Hofke. Edwards, Misistar's AssistaaL S-ada-, Sept 2ft, 1919. ????? Afl-Ciasn- Blbl? rlaee. lit?? M.r?l?g Servtee. H? by Mr. Edward?. ?ASPBCTS OP rate cross.? SiSO Te?-I??tetr? ter C. E. MesB bera aad Visite??. 7_W t hristlsa Bad? a ve? Vus, it Tie* rreHtalBsrr Mirini ??M rv-ealB?; Sai ?to? ? Mr. Kdvrai-dsi -THS Ge-f-AT K8T CirTs." PECK MEMORIAL CHAPEL XStb aad M Sta. Ss?? SrXDAT SCHOOL. ??*? ChriXlBa Bad?ve? ??? ?Ice. 7-4S Errala? Servir-. Sill?n bar Be-r. Or. W. L. Darby. ??Ht ??? or TBX rs-tsiDa-rra. NEW YORK AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Ses Tadt A?a. TSU?, ?ad B Su DB. WALLACHS BADCLim. Pasta?. ? ti ? m - Bible School Adah ? limi. U ? e, w.-Public Wen-dp. Dr Badc-S?. -M ??? p. ?L-r?Set-__p Hear. i.S. p. r??C. W VeBBT faerie?. ?? __??_-. ?aaba _the uscoi-t. rBW EPISCOPAL. PEOPLE'S PEACE SERVICE W<_e___ftM Cs-_m*bI Oes?. Corner Wisconsin and Massachu setts Aven?os I?. W. Cstiiedr?] Peace Sunday. ber 2ft. at 4 P. M. The Bishop of Washington aad the Cathedral Chapter announce a great Peace Servie? In the open air and Invite the attendance of all persons Interested. Preacher: The Rt_ Rev. Charlee H. Brent Rishop of Western Wew Tork. Chief Chaplain of the Ameri can Expeditionary Porca in Prance Sp?cial music by the Cathedral Choir, under the direction of Mr. TCdgar Priest, -uppvprted by a a_Ut tej-v hand. In tbe event of rain the aerrtee will be held in tbe Bethlehem Chape] of Washington Cathedral, with aa overflow ?enrice in St Alban'? Church. Take Georgetown and Wisconsin avenues cara. SAINT JOHN'S CHURCH Mb sad ? Sta Tb? Ber. Bolead Cotton _B_t_. Ol B. Tbe Ke?. t?mara Mattar DorJap. MA. Tb* R" Ocre. WiUlanar- *?.?_ D.D. bis riese. I a c-Kd-obi "-Ta-ear ?ad tat???-? br I VmaasT-taX. Mie-aatal Bot? C ALI, WETjOO*-?*! ??________? CHURCH NOTKES. TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH T_Tk a?. H Swrwtjb N. W. Re?. J. J. M Ul?, D. D, Paawc. Or. J. T. Cajrry, km?L lia? a av-"A ?ataav-T. TW. Sa. a rr_ at. Ott TU aa.1aty.aa FraStT;*-, Altana to ra)???" at U ? Haassa*- st T. a t. ?S?, ?. T. T. TJ.,' ?. FREE METHODIST atar. ?. a liai G?.?. r_ Christian Science The Church?? of Christ, ata ?atan, of Washington Ara: Colnmbla road aad BoerU tw. B^raethat .-"haart?? ?. ? Masonic Temple. Sta aa r ?. e Masonic Temple, lath * If. T. Keart h ?Shares? The Arcade. Uth an? Park ?ah???*. "RB?UTT.? Services. ?undsy. 11 ? ?. aa? I P. It Second end FourUi Char eh?? will bold no Sunday eveialaai ser vices dui ins July and Aucust. fJCNDAT RCH-DOI?ll A. U. W-TDNTS?DAT KVENTVG MBBT INGS Eiffht o'clock. READIKO RGOstt. let.?a ?ItW. l?th aa? o aas. Roux?. 1? to ( rw?atu 1? to (. and San. Ml to I.-*?). ISM A4??. Kin a_ ?. w. Hot-re. It to ? (except Wed. etra, Sund?*?? and holiday?). Id? Baa? Caa.lt??! ??. Honra. It to 7 (except B-wdar? aad holi days). The Anata, llth aad Park rd. imgsmsm Boor). It to Sto ?raek ays: aOao ? to I P. ht except Wednesday?. rsTITABIAJI. AU SOULS CHURCH, CsivaT l?aw ?IBs) L StaYSStt? cx.tm_ a a ???*_?. d. d imm tajtr? __?*?*?_* Th? Fern Sp?r_?J_ a__ ALFRED H. TERRY. Pa sriuaXT or ix?-*reai "THE PATH FINDER." UlUfTsFfiUTUALIST CHURCH l_iaal or ?ha e_<_ |a?iii*t*nr CONCORDIA HALL saw ?ad ? tat a?. fa? m. ?u DR. ZAIDA B. KATES. ?nn Rev. C Lrjral Arthaa vtatfa ?ae? He wir Vwatfatts ?aa atan) art ana? ? a? S?? It S onoe? ta tatare BaO. a? G ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS WaK ?t Pruna. ?s w. r. ?tsssn attwaat m -_B Meure" at Tal a at. Mo (>n.c-?w?i Mr. Louis Li toff, of 1034 Twentieth street northwest, tells of the demand for Corby's Mothers Bread with him: Corby1s Ifathers Bread hasn't any real oonpotitor with my trad?? It ia universally liked* lia these days ?han quality varies it ia indeed a satis faction to handle an artiole like Corby-? Mothers Bread that you are absolutely sure vili be always of the same high grade? Yours very t*ulyf *H>; 1034 Twentieth Street. ?. W. Yes, Mr. Litoff, you can bank on Corby's Mothers Bread aiways being of the same high grade?universally liked be cause of its uniform superiority. Eat Corby'* Mothers Bread?pur e ae Mother nade it Delivered hot to your grocer three I ?um a day.