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HURTING LABOR ?lines Denounces Unauthor ized Walkouts and Says They Menace Cause. ??---*?*? Cnaathorixed strikes are "creating taw basis for the argument that it at nonsense to -recognise labor organ isations or try to deal with them, banana? the organisations will not ?hey their own rules and. therefore, make the orderly handling of busi ness Impossible.'' Rail Director Hines -reaterday wrote ?. M Jewell, acting nresident of the Hallway Employes' Department of the American Federa tion of Labor. ?1 am not willing to accept this vtarar." Hlnes added In the letter, which was tn reference to the shop men's strike at Altoona The letter was given out after word reached here that the striae had ended. Shopmen Return to Work. Alumna. Pa.. Oct. 13.?After an all day conference an agreement was reached whereby striking shopmen of the Pennsylvania Railroad bere re turn to work, pending adjustment of their grievances. CLICKS FROM THE KEYS. Rochester. N. T.?A S3.0W "con? munlty chest" was presented by the etty of Rochester to Cardinal Mercier for the relief of Belgium at a mas? meeting. New York.?The next issue of Liter ary Digest will appear In typewritten form, due to the strike of composi- j tors. Wilmington.?Pierre S. Du Pont, chairman of the Du Pont Powder, Company, has ?iven the State of Delaware tWO.O? for the rebuilding of rural schools. Summervillc. ta. ? Jack Schmllth, who escaped from Kort Oglethorpe in ternment esmp. has been returned there follnwls? h;?. arreat here. Greenvflle, ?. a?Six negroes h?'il tn Plckens County jail as result ef f?eath of Montea Cody. ?. daughter of Mrs. George Cody, run over by auto driven by them. Mew Torte?Liner Tennyson arrives here after being on fire at sea and forced to land her carco at Barbados. Chester. S. C?Cotton worth nflnorrt brrmed at Victoria mills, in Reck ???. S. P. Newport. R. I? Naval officers to whom Bluish decorations have been voted will receive these at the time of the visit of the Prince of Wales to Washington, the Prince being desig nated to present them. i Mean Thieves Stole Cow *? And-Read the Storr - Memphis. *?>nn.. Oct. 1"..?Thieves not j only stole A. V. Thomas? cow here to- | flay, but they stole his truck to hant ' her away In. and ptole his clothes line to tie the cow to the truck. "FIDDLE-FIT" |j . 11 Keep Liver and Bowels j " Clean and Active , < with "Cascareis" t ? I Sick headache, biliousness coat-1 rr? tongue, ?our. gasjy stomach? always trace this to torpid liver; ; delayed, fermenting iood in the I bowels. Poisonous matter clogged in the ' intestine*, instead of being rast out of the system is re-absorbed into the blood. When this poison reaches the delicate brain tissue it cau-es congestion and that dull, throbbing, sickening headache. Cascareis immediately cleanse! the stomach, remo\e the sour, un digested food and foul gases, rakr the excess bile from the liver and carry out all the corfstipated wastr matter and poisons in the bowel-. ? Cascarci tonight will have ytau feeling clear, rosy and as fit as a fiddle by morning. They: work while you sleep.?Adv. HOW TO STEER CLEAR OF THE SHAKE irer? Hands in Pockety l ?the-m- aa^taas. tr ? ? The human hand is the greatest pickup apparatus in exist ence. So the doctors say.. The hand picks up something every time it reaches out, even though the reaching out is into the air only. . / Usually what the hand picks up is a flock of germs. Many of 'em are disease germs. That's why the docs say, "Don't shake hands " But a Cleveland, Ohio, man tried dodging the glad hand shake of a friend and the friend took it as an insult and swatted him in the eye. - That you may not have to take any such chance the kind artist has pictured several methods of side-stepping the out stretched hand of friend or foe. LIFE OF INDUSTRIAL BODY FOUGHT FOR IN CONFERENCE General Committee Holds Secret Meeting With Steel Strike Solution One of Main Topics for Decision. By WILLIAM VLLF.> ?Hl'l't. 1 (Copyrighted, 1313. by vThecler Syndicate, Inc.) Yesterday's meeting of the sonerai i committee of the Industrial Confer tacs was ? tight for the Ufe of the conference. The labor members rame into the conf?rence feeling that un less the committee recommended some action iby the conference upon the steel strike, labor would lose Its confidence in the conference. The strongest members of the com mittee, some who are openly friendly to organized labor, are arguing that the conference cannot take officiai cognizance, of the steel strike and ig nore the longshoremen's Htnke and other labor disturbances, and thst li the conference becomes an industrial board of conciliation or arbitration it will never get the work ?Jone for which the Frefidcnt convened it. ? ?-?eel Resolalios Stays. " Suggestions are being made, which se?Sn to have back of them a great majority of the general committee. In?! if }?t. Oomper? and the labor group will withdraw their demand uedl-.?- ,<.ettl.-ment of the steel strike, the committee will re ??.? oi permanent machinery !?? ? .. the ite?) strike and all other striki-s. and make the strike settle ment committee a part of the plan for Industrial peace. A resolution ha.s been prepared ask- ( mg Judge Gary to resign from the conference. But even that failed to mollify labor and was not introduced. Doubtless if Mr. Compere could con vince the labor world, which thinks rather directly and in fundamentals, that this attempt to postpone settle ment of the steel strike was not an avoidance of It, he would yield. ? at he has hla constituency and feels that h? must stand by it. AdmlBlstrstloa People Worded. It is evident that the administra tion people in the conference snd out are greatly worried over the dark outlook for sny report from the In dustrie! Conference. Men like Baruch and Chadnoume and Russell are striving for any steel strike compromise that will get the committee past these shoals; for any one realizes that If this crisis passes it is comparatively easy sailing to an agreement upon a plan for Indus trial peace with labor sharing in the management of industry and secur ing a much larger share of the profits than It now enjoys. Vetoes Airplane Sale. Paris. Oct. 13.?Kales of German air planes to Sweden were annulled to day by the supreme council of the Peace Conference. Passport rights were granted today to the labor dele gates from Luxemburg who wish to attend the International Conference in Washington. Whether You Like a Cold Bath or? a Hot ohe, ANY kind of a bath 'to be enjoyable requires that the ROOM must be comfortably warm. There are many mornings and evenings during the fall when a little heat is welcome. At such times the Electric Radiator Is Appreciated Any cool corner can quickly lie made warm and comfortable by an Electric "-?"?ator. There is a total absence of tlame and the Smoke, smell and danger ' ;ch often go with the flame type of beater. Everything; for the Motorist The "????????" HEDLITE HEAT ER, being light and portable, is espe cially adapted for use in bath, nursery, dressing room or sick room. Made of pressed steel, it is efficient, economical and surprisingly inexpensive to try and to use We have several types of Electric Radi ators?one of which will surely suit you both in price and heat-giving qualities. Priced?$9.50 to $11 You will save coal if you get one early. Call and make yotir selection. The Store lor Things Electrical DUPONT DISPUTE IS VETOED AGAIN Supreme Court Refines to Review Case?Upholds Espionage Law. The Supreme Court yesterday for the second time refused to review a dispute among members of the Da Pont family sa to the disposition 'of shares of stock In the Du Pont Pow der Company. The case involves stocks valued st about gl5.000.oaKi. The Supreme Court moved for an early decision on the constitutionality of the last plan,of Congress to pre vent child labor. It assigned for ar gument on December I the case of ths Athsrton Mills vs. Eugene P. Johnston, appealed from North Caro lina, where the recent tax Congress imposed upon child labor products was declared unconstitutional. It also advanced for argument on the ssms dsy the case of the Stand ard Brewery, Baltimore, under which It Is expected that the court will define whst amount of alcohol makes a beverage Intoxicating. The flu"' decision will determine the fate o' 2.TS per cant beer, which the low? court held was not intoxicating Ir this ease. A motion to advance was also presented In the ease of the ?American Brewery, New Orleans, where the government also lost a dc dson on Its stand that 2.7* per cent beer Is Intoxicating. Upholds Boar Dry Act OsBTtettea. The eourt upheld the conrletlon of D. at Hardy snd others of Wichita Fslls, Texas, for violating the Reed bone dry act. ay refusing to review the decisions of the lower court?. Hardy was convicted of transporting liquor Into Indian ter ritory. In the cases of the Nordyke Har mon Compsny snd the, H. Lautsr Compsny against Indianapolis, In which the two concerns charged that taxes of the city worked In justice again?! them, the court re fused to review. The Supreme Court upheld In ef fect the convictions of three more persons under the espionage law. Thl? was dons by refusing to grant petitions for certiorsrl in the cases of Willisra Dodge, of Buffalo: Jos eph M. Coldwell, of Providence. R. I., and 'Wilhelm Schuman, a minis ter, of Pomeroy. Iowa. All three lost their cases In lower courts snd appealed. The Supreme Court granted the State of New Mexico permission to file a complaint against the State of Colorado for the purpose, of de termining the bounary Use between I the two States. Alaskan Legislativ* Act I pheld. Th? Supreme Court, in effect, up ; held the Alaskan legislative act of j Sat, which retjulred th? filing of af ' fldavtts in assessing mining claims. ? O. A- Vedln was convicted of per jury by lower courts snd. In appeal ing, contested the law. . The court remanded to the Court I of Clslms for further findings of fact the case of the Maryland Casualty Company, of Baltimore, against the United state?. In which the refund of income and excise taxes.- said to ? have been illegally collected, was ?asked. I The Supreme Court upheld the right lof relatives to collect claims sgslnst ? accident insurance companies for j death or injurie? to State and Ne Itional Guardsmen in the Colorado I steel strike riots of several years : ago. The court accepted the finding of lower coarta, that death or lnju ; ries to guardsmen were accidents, snd ordered the Interstate Business I Hen's Association to pay the claim ?of Mrs. Edith Lester, whose husband. I 'trey Lester, a troop surgeon, was killed in the riots. Brendels Club will meet st Toeng [ Men's Hebrew Association head I quarters. Eleventh and Pennsyl vania avenue northwest, tonight at 7:30 o'clock. Washington Camp. No. 30S. ?on? of Confederate Veteran*, will meet | st Confed?rete Memorial Home. 1322 ! Vermont avenue northwest, tonight ?at 8 o'clock. Executive board of the District of Columbia Congress of Mothers ! and Parent-Teacher Association ? will meet at Old Central High School today at 2 p. m. A daaes Is to be held at Central High School Armory. Twelfth and Clifton streets northwest, tonight from 8:30 until 10:30 o'clock. A dance la to be held at Bastera High School. Seventh and Pennsyl vania avenue southeast, tonight at 8 o'clock. A dsaee is So be held st Thomson Community Center, Twelfth and L streets northwest, tonight from 8:45 until 11 o'clock. Dsaee sad social at Central High School, Twelfth snd Clifton streets northwest, tonight at t o'clock A dsaee under the dlreetloa of the American Red Cross will be held at Red Cross Hut. Walter Reed Hospital, tonight st 8 o'clock. Father John Murphy win lectare on "Liberty and Democracy." at the Caivert Club, 17 Dupont Circle northwest, tonight at 8 o'clock.' Farrat-Teaeher Association will meet tonight at 7:45 o'clock at the Ragre School. .lasse? tteeae Europe po.t. Ameri can Legion, meets tonight at the colored branch T. M. C A_ Twelfth street between S snd ? streets. Washington State aad ?'--a-- *,?_ ciety meets tonight at the Thomson School. Twelfth and L streets. All residents of Oregon. Idaho, Mon tana. Washington and Alaska are invitad. The Reading Circle of the Span ish American Atheneum will meet In Eastern High School this even ing at 8 o'clock. La Barraca by V. Blasco Ibanez, has been selected for study. Poindexter Asks Reason For Not Deporting Reds Attorney General Palmer is request ed to inform the Senate why the De partment of Justice has not deported agitators who have hecn preaching, anarchy and sedition in a resolution offered yesterday by Senator Poindex ter. Jons?sb? to Elect The annasi sessions of the grand council. Independent Order Boas of Jonadab, will begin In Jonadab Hall, (43 Louisiana avenue, next Thursday evening. Grand Chief John Clifford Poster announced last night that betides the annual elec tion of officers, "business of im portance will be transacted. This organisation Is known as "the iron clad temperance order." It waV originated In this city an? Is na tional hi seeps. Many Are Enrolled h Special Courses at Gonzaga Throughout the day and until late In the evening yesterday, Qonsaga College officer? were busy entering registrants for the evening classes, which begin this week. Widespread interest entered w the course ef his torical lectures ?fafhich will begin on Wednesday evening and which will be given by the Rev. John F. X Murphy, ?. J.. professor of -history and government at Georgetown Uni. verslty. / / The French and the Spanish classes were opened si Gonzaga last night under the direction of Juan Bautista Chatnpin. Tonight at 7-.30 o'clock the Rev. Paul R. Conntft. S. J., president of Gonzaga College, will begin a fall and winter series of lectures on "Ethics and Standards of Human Con duci." - / U. S. Sells $1300,000 of Steel. The War Department yesterday an nounced the aale of H.M0.MD worth of ?teel products, bids for which wUTbe opened November ?0. Hays Calls on Jersey Republicans to Win Trenton. N. J.. Oct. lA-win at. Hays, chairman of the Republican National Committee, ta a letter to Edward C. Stokes, Republican State chairman, today pleaded tor a "re assuring" victory In the New Jersey State election next month, "ahowlng In meet emphatic tones that the Re publican party la moving Into that complete control the people want and too country needs so mach.** Hay? said the outcome of the Jer sey elections "will have a "salutary" effect on the national campaign and "with a Republican victory will come the necessary forward-stepping pro gram for labor, business, soldier and all." Senator New la Read Paper. Senator Harry B. New will entertain the Indiana Society tonight at a meet ing at the Hew Ebbltt Hotel with the reading of an unpublished paper on James Whlteomb Rlley, Hcosler poet, dealing with "Jim" as known by his Intimates. The program Incluse? **i Hour With Rlley." Cam!, a* --Jhe Men'? Club of Church baa ajsatsd the cera: W. a Worrell, ?= I I , InTg tlaotad; Charle? ?. Eohorta. vice rar??*- ? htarfc'ai dent: & R. ptrraB. eecretary trees, " H. J. Couytaton. D. J. D W. Gall and La.an U What Is Rheumatism? Why Suffer from It? Snonld Reibe TW b b a Blood InfecrJon and Ce Be Ritiri d. Rheumatism mean? that the blood haa become saturated with arte acid poison. It doe? not require medical no vice to know that good health it absolutely dependent upon pure blood. When the muscles and joints become tore and drawn with rheumatism, it if not a wiae thin?; to take a little salve and by rubbing; it on the ?ore spot expect to get rid of rour rheumatics. You must go deeper than that. down deep into the blood, whut the poison lurks and which ig not affected by salves and ointnreata. It is important that you rid your self of this terrible disease be-fore it goes top far. S. S. S. is the blood purifier that haa stood the test of time, having been in con stant use for more than fifty year?. It will do for you .what it has done for thousands of others. S. S. S. ut guaranteed purely vege table; it will do the work and not harm the moat delicate stomach. Write the physician of - this Company and let him advise with yon. Advice is furnished without charge. Address Swift Specific Company, 253 Swift Laboratory. Atlanta. Ca.?Adv. G PEOPLES?"HOME OF LOW PRICES" The? pwawal ?I? aw* btetmde tke Men erden pLeeee tatJaBi taw esa frfler*? iifffel Lipcr W/f, ?JcSu. /3c ??a*? Bath \ 1 Soop Paianoli??. Oo, Oak?, Te 4* /?r lie Seven Safe Stare? ??ere \?. I GG? 1? ? ???,???? ?. ?T. ?BBSS Ito. 1 tt? un f. ?t???? ?. w. ?l?t? ?? S lim a?p> r ?tiu?kt? *. w. ?t?r? ?a. 4 m AJTD M ???G??? ?T. ?F. ?tore ?".,. S ?ni aso h rrmKarrs a. m. S??a? a?. ? w. a. THUB1PSO? rsaicb, tas uni rnuzr a. w. ?te?* ?ta. ? /n All Seven Stores?Tuesday Liquid 8c Family Remedies ? Rhinitis T s h 1 ? t s. half strength, OQ. 100 In bottle.. ?ITC 100 full strength, 3te. Phenscetine snd Sa 101 Tablets, 100 ??r. tn bottle. OUC Carpenter's Court Plaster. tube. Aausol Sap- ?1 it positene?_ ?PA.?t? Urotropln Tablets, !> ?r. or 7a gr, QC ? kg. ?Wt Atophan *?? QE TabUts. *lia??f Veracolate ??/> Tablets. VOK, Wyeth Glycerin Suppositories. OK/? dos la bottle., awl Sergesnt's J.Q-? Mange Remedy, wSfe? Baiek. for 4Q> malaria, ?0c sise. x?Tv Bromo Seltser, >L31. ?Se, 43e. 21e snd lSe. l?eecham's Pills. Castori a, Fletcher's_ California Pig 8yrup... Caticura Ointment. 88*. 4Xe and St?. Doan'a Kidney 1Q. Pllls. ?Oc sise. l?rC Qlyeothymol?se. 85e. 4Se and SSe. Laxativ? Bromo Quinine (Grove's). Llsterine. 4*e. Ss* and Ite. Philip's Milk Mag nesia. 50c fin sise. ?3?C V X,^ ?8?^ GILLETTE $5.00 Razor_ 50c Blades, ( in packag? .45c 81.00 Blades. 11 In pseksge ........ase 23c 25c 43c 23c Bayer'? Aspirin The only kind we sell. 1 dox. tablets 18* 2 dos. tablets..?se 100 Tablets. 100 l-g-r cspsules. .. 1 os. Powdered DC Aspirin. OiJC $1.15 Prevent Riggs* Disease the continued use of I desi Chlorate of Potash Tooth Paste, which remore? the acid condition of the mouth, preserves the teeth and hardens the gums. Regu lar 25c tube? lie Tube "?" j Dosen Tulio? . $1.20 Cigarettes l'iedm?nt?." -O's I6<r .?lieater-elds. j^ '?mar. 20 a.ase l'atima, 20's.t?v Camel, 20's.ise Sovereign?. 8s*S..Me Richmond Straight Cuts. 20's.Sir I.ucky ?strike. -J /? Egyptian I'rettles. 20's.Ale Sweet Caporal 20's .IS* Virginia Brlghts, 20's..,?. lie tall Ma:., lus...._?.? I'hilllp Morris, or. Buy Yoar Little Packages Smoke* at People1? Price? "Lord Romeo" psne icllas.18* "Admiration" ?? ( Clems).?HFC El Grsdo (pkg. rtr_ of ten). ?t Admiration Oft/? miniatures.?SUC Roysl Bancals.. .sie Prime Puffs.zee Tell on et tes.IBe Hoffman House..Sic Plexo Giant?.St Gloriflers(pkg. AQ. of-ten). *<OC First Consul.?Oc Little Lovera. . .30* Between the Acts, Pure Bloc* Pepper Pac*r?1 by Piaches? Mill*. Shaving Brushes kuuberset. black bristle. Mayd-Well . Sta-Fast . Rubber Gloves Brand new stork, made of real I've rub b?r excellent for house work; sii sizes in stock. This sale: 4pc Long wY*ar Suspensory 88c vslue .eoe 81.00 value .Tsc 81.25 value .si.oo 82.00 vain? ... ?OAsViXiuo and Wednesday Toilet Goods '...n-ic. .^r..T:.. ?~p? vat ??? lot? 15* M .Nail Vt ? <-. 4bc -sui. l'.uii. i>iu*<ie?, iu?? ?esjsglassa J?i,AUcet? li. ???., ???a ??????->? Chulea, Usci wt lur. Kutioci?et 'luoui zuutbe?; auuit size; kac \alue........... Prophylactic ????? ?ruaoe?. ? un ?ixe. Three-row bristle... Prophylactic Tooth btruaue?; four-row btisUe. Tooth Brush Holders, nickel plated. Men's Aluminum Pocket Combs. Styptic Pencils stop bleeding. Rsxoo put on your old strop will put sn edge on your razor, 18c size . Junior Manicure Set; contains ebony buffer, pumice nail cake, orange 1 C? ?tick and emery boards. s*r Nail and Hrand Brushes: good assort ment to select from. This . sale. Sponge Ear Cleaner?: bone handle.-..?_.... Clinical Ther mometers ..... Bath Ther mometers. Dairy Ther mometer?. Menthol Inhalers (glass). Nifty Corkscrew and Bottle Opener. Roller Finger Nail Polish. Wash Cloths, good quality; worth 10c; This sale, ?ci ??? 3 for. ***P Lambs' Wool Powder Puffs; No. 10 Hygienic; medium 10c ^Sweetheart Powder Puff (De Laxe No. 3. small sise). Ton can fill this putt with your favorite face powder, and It feeds through Ofl/* the puff...._??? American Vacuum Bottles: pint sise.-. Face Chamois; mediara sise.. 11.00 value IX.,0 velo?... ?4 0? vaine... 88.04 vaina.. 84.04 value... java sue? OQ_ Powder.??hi>V Dler-aUaa lace AOgt Powder.*i>V JoLbsod's Baby S fr Tale. ?*?1 Comfort Powder IM. 4Sc ?4._ ?***' Dier-Klss 90s? Tale.*?**' William?- Talc. a-I odors In stock, 1 (??, cholee. lePC Palinoli ?e Shaxn- in poo. 4-os. bot- **?*? Daadanne Hair OO?? ToBic.tBsP.4ar. ?XL Herplcide Hair in. Tenir. 7? aast. *??, ?Plnsods Fan de cju nine. toar 5j*i. ^ .????? 62Cy WastphaTa Hair ??? Tonic, t?* aad. /??t Wild Root Hair Tonic. S.? .29c Wax**. 85c Hall Watt?. Cu tlcls Comfort or Sail Polish, cholee-~-? 81-84' '.car* SeL_ ..S1.00 nerinato?y* 1 (*r> Skrs f/?ss>- i*7^ Jehnsco'? O? r Foot Soap-*'11 Vaekar's Tar 1Q. Soass cake ... Ai7* |?atn?eT*s Skrs 1Q? Buceas? 8>oap. J-*7*' 8 eakas ? tax. ssr. Paar-? TTa- 1 C? acemted Boap.. a?? ?a\rToxrd*s Ceceairut Oil ?rhampoo wtll fr*? the scalp from da-j draff: laersavr ??. _ $1.69 .10* Colonial Rubber Cushion Hsir Brush. 1? m made in C. S. ?.. this sale..._. bnri. $1^9 Hughes Idea Brushes $L19 $1.29 Totir choteo ef ?a? Kl or !*?. S? Hair Bnah. ?^?. 62 er No. ICS Httir T?rn?h. rhoir.*?.. HOME NEEDS Why Hot heve* Spernsk fi la many casa? Sparst. ???*.?1 be prevented tf ??*?*. *?? m^l remedy ts taken st the_Bxet siga "????"J With this sasuranoe sstora yo?v getting a bottle of Hoff s Cherry Expectorad Keep H withLn ?asy tasrh, aad at Ar? ?iga of ?h v?r or ?nek?. ?eexTor ?naffie. -eke a doe, ami prevea! th. adva.rc? of ?his m sldioaa. rapidly aUMarrng. aari eaaly advancing d?seas?. Goe?l tor ?impie Caw*ha. Celda. Gr.pp?, Hoaraaness ansi rtilti?. 25c SOc J Hospital Cotum. pound. ? ? ? ? Sterilized Ganse. G? yarda.?..-.. Sanitary Napkins medium a one dosen in r*g-..?.? Adhesivo Plaster. K-taelk: 1 yard.-__.?, Mustard Psxstars. ten in s beo? Dr. Younsfa Rectal Mater? complete set la box?... J. L. R. Cascade?the Inter nal bath illas? Nasal Douche.....???.? ? ? ? Superior Tooth Pilling. .,.,?. Red Croes Kidney Plasters. Ttelladonna Plaster?, 49c ?75c !" 60c ?...5c 25c ...10c ?10c 21c 25c "There'? Onty One Way to Se?vre a Satin Shin Use Satin Skin Cream and Satin Skin Powder I. At Bight apply 8atin ffltzB Cold Cream to wet skin. II. Day and evening ase Satin Skin Greaseless Cream. ' III. Satin Skin Powder gives satiny finish. Choice of flesh, white, pink, brunette or naturelle G?? Three AU for fi.00 - BOR DE ITS - f?^' United Milk **"% 1 mrmmmmmemm M f StDT?!sses ths raqatrtjrrawi? o? the f m U.S. GOvaHBlBW?} ftw QasJtw. 1 Jf l'EOPLETS r-BJCKS M m Hospital Sixe, S2SS tttf S 1.00 Six*, 79c; SOc Six*, 41c Cigars -%^ PrrIwrMU'rKnr Operasi. 8 la foil pe. sg?: s* acraistai. ?f M.???) LUvIe Bebsar ?traisrhu box ef 144. -Av?et?- (Tertee??-.?'. ? fer laer no-x of Se. 8Mb, ??fiar ?e BVIsa (CoTosrasl. t fse r*e: box of ?4_*?.4? mei ??a a rem, ?' Manila: ?at mera .?-' box of CO ???*? Jarrtorsi Se ?Iraighl. boi. of ?' Syjrotge t Ce?* long. mads ?rf best red rubber; rapid flow size ....?.33r ef Taw" <"Brev* for ^iet b"t - ' MS? rTBv.ed r stxo.gbt. box .S4.7S Ha 1 for &e? bnx of :?<> S1.ZS Tibaa,? made ln Tsrrpo; 8 tor SBe? Scv ?f 80 .sajs <?L? evd Roar.??'? <S w?e the? r tei. ?e ?trsigrht: box of 50. 88e PYeesone.. 88c Oeu-lt- .. ?a? Uw Jav. ?lav??? ?trai ght: box of 84...?3.??* ?yuilas? ?ae F??r?h (Jaatars). a? straik-bt : box ?r m.?r-*? ??Ir??*- (Brokers! BOX Of _S4J* fVsn derbllta). tl??ue wrap ped: 14? straight: lv?* of 60.-?4.75 Time to Take Build Up Ote System Prevent the ?Fhr* TAKE MALT0GEH , \ ? it? BABEK a rood tonic before cold weather sata tn, so the system will be strong ? free of msjaris Durinj the |r' a/" s "EimgafTt ?contain? Gentian. Ire?, Kalt Extract. I Cascara aad other valuahl? lacredieats ! Wonderful for weak serves??, run-down ens? nwi ?rifh ?. ..? ,-..^. #?^_, paopla Get a botti? trass one of ear was, used with ?rest success. Contain? ?tores today; we raeomsusd lu *? ??? no nolnlne. Take home s bottle ?nd?v ?*???. 91??SU rMcK ?ft PEOPLES?WE ALWAYS SELL THE BEST Safar \ MZh 1 best for ?he I ktVI H 8V. / ?