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TO ORGANIZE Alumni Plan to Attend In Body Football Game With Georgetown Saturday. Alumni of Washington and Ime Uni versity, who live In Washington, will meet tomorrow night at the G?.ver ally Club at 8:30 o'clock to plan for an alumni organisation tn Washington. Arrangements will be made for the alumni to go In a body to the George town-Washington and ?Lee football game to be played here Saturday of this week, the game which will deter mine the Southern and South Atlantic football champ onshlp. Washington and lee? Is undefeated, and won over Georgia Tech i to 0. Georgetown lost to Georgia Tech last turday Among the noted alumni of Wash ington and Lee In Washington are: Thomas Nelson Page. Newton D. Bak er. Robert L? Owen. George E. Cham berlsln. Miles Polndexter, Henry D. Flood. IJeut Col. Francia T. A. Jun kln, Samuel J. Graham, John A. Lacy, Tir. Wm. Taylor Thom. Glenn Brown and others of prominence. The meeting .s called by John A. Lacy. Wm. Taylor Thom. Richard W. Hynson. Jame? Quartes, Samuel J. Graham. Woodson P. Houghton and Lester D. Arnold. < Gi fle' Army Truck Smashes Into C. T. Car; One Man Is Hurt Colliding with a Capital Traction car at Fourteenth street and Rhode Island avenue northwest, Harry Fairbanks. Ballston. Vs., an occu pant of an army motor truck driven by Carrlngton Hoarn. of Camp Mele-s, yesterday sustained Injuries about the h?*ad and leg. Fairbanks wa.? removed In an am bulance to th?? Emergency Hospital. Mrs. Mathilda Guyol. aged 76. of 46? G street southwest, received slight injuries while leaving a W. R. and E. car yesterday morning at ? Sixth and C streets northeast. Lizzis Boteler. 446 Kent avenue southeast, was struck by a bicycle at Ninth street and Pennsylvania. avenue southeast. She suffered ; minor injuries. BUREAU OF ENGRAV ING AND PRINTING NEWS. . Tht-re promises to be som?? ex citement at the n**xt m?etin? of th?* Plat** Printer.**' T'nion. vhen the election of officer?? will take place. Th*- gr*-a.U "l interest will be c? n- I tered on th** election of five mem-, hers tor the executive <*?.mniitU*e. Th*1 following ar* candidates for th** offli*. : Jam.?.?. Berk, li^r.?' H*man Jan* ? Rai l> . l'ani* I Quip \*aaj, William !.. Kiake. . *harl?s lAd ?*>n. J. Conroy. TkoMU II*any and John K. Khodes. Mr. and Mrs. LtfM-dfl Fallinfrer re turned from their honeymoon trip t?. New York City the other day. Th?-;.* will be at hom?? to their fri? nd?? at 138 I-atee street north ?" Mi Mr. _JSaUinnrer la an cm?lo/i of tho bindery division. Roy K Ni.- nwin-l?:? hai* ^en ap pointed a pluml? r in the machine di%"ision. Capt. Edward Skinner. assistant foreman ?'?f laborer?, spent a few day? last tv ?? k bunting on bis farm. Lut k wan with him. for he pre ?M-nted his old friend. Johnnie Wil-; liams. with ?omc fin?? cjuail after th?- ro.tin.. .lnhn Rarham. fiiTnan, is enjoy in^ a *a ? * K'.*? \ acation. Kmory ?larn-r, of tli? Mamp p?-r f..rating di*Ision. is on leave for a week. It i.-? planned to bave the Treas tiry '.?-opi rain? storeroom opon for bus In* ss in th? ?:???.?>? this week. Th*? store w ill tx l?ated in the ?:ine\ between ? .tri?. It wmas. Tf? insure sure? aa ir will b? impera tiv? fr-r all rim'*!- m ro-operate Miss ixttr%aia?*T Payne, of t h .? ni!inh*;l? inc division, resiicned her position Inni Saturday Kdward ?,'.????. ir. ha* resiim^d I Jii- position in th* ? naraving divi- ! ?..?. Th?* appronti?-? piate printer*-? n r-? ?Vivins th*t twenty-second annual dan? ?* at tb? Ma im ?? ir ?? mpl??, Ninth and G street?, on Kridny, f-*ci?ml>r 1 _' Tbe t ?*.?, -a ai. HuurinK '??? an *?\ * rsiz-r d crowd T* <i He Ime riche, of *.*.t'.?n !?. writes tha? h?- i*- hav ine a ir*?**d t mi* ??ut ?n St. l-ftllis ||e is plat'? print ine o,j( there ? or the aovern ment, and experts to 1" there for mt** f two niontbs. Ve**? \\ omen** nmei Children*? K- - Hom--*> Klipper* f'-r Christinas, I ? Tl WIN .-*. Adv. - ._? M MOVIF ACTRESSES AND THEIR HAIR G-id it evi ? f*.*.-iir to you that : ? very mnvif :<?.;. ?? you ?iave seen h:i- lovely hair, while the nv?st ? popula* i-oynt their r-nrls as their, ?bi'-f he.-nty'* In fart, many ar" ' lendini; bid:*** Jusl because of their1 Bttrartiv? looks Inquiry among: ' them di:-' lo .- th? fart that th*">" brinu "ut a TT the natur.il beauty of j their ha:* hy ? a ?. ful shampooing. | t?? t with any soar? *?r makeshift, but ? with a ?impl? mixture bv putting a teaspoon!HI of ?.tnMirov (which they * pr f ? ! ? m ih* draffs**?*! > in a nip of bot water and applying this instead of -?-? Tli - full cup "? shampoo fc liquid i? i-ni'ich so it i> easy to ap? ' ply it ro all the hair instead of Just ? th* lop '?[ ,.? head. After It* US?. I il??- hair drie* rapidly with uniform color [*andriiff, exeevs oil and dirt; ?ti - (ii-:..*,.??,,.,? ;in)? entirely di.sap- \ mmrmr. Th* hair t< .*?*> fluffy that It looks much heavier fb?n it Is. it!? Ittstei and softne?? are delirhtfu? ? Adv. ^^yyyrsT**^??*rVi^^ OPEN NOSTRILS! END A COLD OR CATARRH How To Get Relief When Head and Note are Stuffed up. i 0 ? < t^*^-*^>*^-^*y*^>rt><tr,^rO>rf^JS^*^S. G????? flfty' Vour entri in head or retan h disappears Toar **104r*rreU nostirls will open, the ?ir pssnagss of y?.ur lira.l will clear anil you cao *.i*eath<* fri.lv No moro -nurtirns. Iia-kin?-. rnin-us r]isrharf*rc. dryness or hs-ariarhi-; no Htrii-rgrling for l.r.rith al im-ht. flet a .?mall botti? of Kly's Cream Ralm from your drugr-lst and apply ? litt I?? of this fratrant antiseptic ?ream In your nostrils. it pene trate? throuKh every air passage of a? the h?ad. .?oothinn and healln*? the V?Bwollen or inflamed murous mem IB.rsn? ?riving you instant relief. iSllesd rolde and rstanh yield like IW marie. Don't stay ?tuffed-up and ' aitserable. Relier Is sura.?Adr. L F? ? ? i ti' *.? pUj my. ' \ Good Bread Is Quality? Plus Scientific Knowledge You may use the best flour, the richest milk, the best shortening, the best salt, the purest yeast, the best sugar in making bread?but they are only one-hal^the requirement. The other half is the science of bread-mak ing--and it is of the utmost importance. The housewife, with all her care; and the average baker, cannot attain the ideal results ---because they lack the profound knowledge of the chemistry of the dough-batch, as well as the facilities necessary to accomplish the full development of the nutritive elements. Bread rightly made is a perfectly balanced ration?how important it is that you select your bread with discrimination. Corby Bread is the product of these two great essentials superlative quality and advanced scientific methods?which makes it not only 100% pure ?but also 100*% nutritious. -'