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A FINE OLD-FASHIONED HABIT BEING REVIVED IN THIS CITY Hwiudi Starting Now and Authorities Say It Prevents Sick sen?Wards Off Disease AO Through the Winter. CHEMISTS' DISCOVERIES BANISH OBJECTIONABLE FEA TURES OF FOREFATHERS' HOME TREATMENT. Keep* WMc Family in Robust f ImM?Drives Away ItawatDI*. OLD AND YOUNG?BOTH SEXES USE IT. A splendid old habit of our fore J father* is being revived here. They ; <114nt have a convenient doctoi ? easily reached by phone in those; and so they wisely believed j "An Ounce of Prevention Worth Pound* of Cure!- At this time o year they tool^ Cod Liver Oi f (which still is the most effective and easily oxidised oil known) They enriched their blood, strength ened their lungs and fortified them pelves and the whole family again* wintry coughs, colds, fevers, bron chial, asthmatic and catarrhal trou bles. They had no furnace flres runnfng hot water, street cars ot a team heat. Children walked tc school through snow and sleet in blizsard weather and kept rosy strong, robust and well. So did everybody, old and young. About the only thing they couldn't ward oft was rheumatism and no body can ev-?n yeL They used tc eat great big meals of hearty food that stuck to the ribs?raised big ^families and lived to ripe old ages BfThey kept digestion good and ap Vpetite excellent by the same kind r of common-sense methods. They kept their nerves steady by sleeping regular hours every night. What to D? New. Thanks to the chemist you can now buy & much more effective and I powerful preparation put up with the utmost care and containing the additional tonic properties needed because of our chanced mode of living, ease, fancy food, late hours and all of the nasty, fishy, oily taste is taken out. By taking this remarkable power erful tonic "Hypo Cod" (Syfup of Hypophosphitec. Cod Liver Oil ex tract. Malt. Iron. Tfrine and Wild *-herry Bark) a person puts tlieii stomach In shape to digest the richer and heavier foods and me e s of winter. They enrich their blood to withstand the rain, sleet, ?now and blustery weather. The> ] strengthen their lungs to fortify themselves against colds, coughs V"1 germs that seek entrance through the pulmonary passages (Hypophosphlte* - Malt - Cod Livei Oil are all splendid for this.) With this superb preparation they rid themselves of asthmatic, bron chial ar.d catarrhal complaints which are always worst in fall and winter. ? Wfca? Doeor. Say. Doctor, are forsaking attempts at' curing disease and preaching sani tation. hygiene and physical fitness 1 to young and old. The wisdom of this iii shown in the more ordinary diseases by more sickness nowadays than In days of old. In spite of all efforts pneumonia kills 147 out of each hundred thousand every year ?iust as it did fifty years ago. Larger druggists in big cities are taking up the slogan of "For tify yourself and avoid sickness this winter." (The old folks avoided many a doctor bill and apell of sickness this way.) With modern facilities and world-wide purchasing power the nationally known Earle Chemical Co. stamps every bottle with their name as Insurance of quality and quantity and the very best Ingredients. Everybody is urged In this stu pendous campaign to Join the throngs of robust, healthy, happy sick-free folks of all ages. The leading druggists gladly prepay a bottle or several bottles to any family anywhere upon receipt of Price?gladly paying charges to reach you. Just Inclose the price! 'arge bottle, $1.25. plus government I war tax. 5 cents, if you live out at; town and this new. more powerful, pleasant tasting system builder I (will be sent you prepaid. Don't lose a diy from work or play. Sickness I s much more costly than it used to be?avoid it now. Note: We prepay large bottle! genuine Earle's Hypo-Cod any where on receipt of price. Jl.SS. plus "> cents war tax. People's (7) Super Stores, Washington. D. C. IF HUBBY ISN'T ~ EATING HEARTY, TAKE THIS TIF 1 Mrs. Brown Says Give Him Hypo Cod for a Few Days. PREVENTS ILLNESS ? BUILDS HIM UP. "My husband had something the matter with his stomach. Indiges tion bothered him a little and he would get weak spells. He com plained of poor circulation, cold Teet and hands and slept poorly at night. He was nervous at times ind never ate enough, and when a man doesn't eat good things you put on the table I always think ihey are sick, so he started talking Hypo-Cod, and that is what I rec ommend for every man. He feels lots stronger. Eats big. hearty Tieals. Never complains about be ing tired and his stomach doesn't ?eem to bother him a bit. He is like a new man and I can't say ?nough for Hypo-Cod," continued Mrs. J. D. Brown, 1312 North Capi tol street. Wives are responsible for their husbands' health. Men don't think *bout themselves. Don't bother un til all of a sudden down they go tike a ton of brick?sick and out of work, and then they hollar louder ^nd longer than a woman ever would?so d6n't let them get sick? keep them well and watch men like you would children?is the ad vice of a mighty wise woman. Some down to the drug store and get a couple bottles of Hypo-Cod. It is *o nice to take, just before meal a that men folks and children 'Ike It fine. Note: -We prepay large bottle genuine Earle's H>do-Cod any where receipt price, $1.25. plus tc war tax.?People's Seven Super Drusr 8tores, Washington, D. C, IT CURED MY DAD'S COUGH Cored His Cold, Built Him Up and Gave Him ? Fine Appetite. ? f HERE'S ONE WAY TO KNOCK OUT COLD. "My father had a bad cold and cough. He coughed and coughed until" he had awful pains in his chest and kept going down until lie felt weak, achy and ill all over. His appetite was no good at all. Some friends of his said: "Why don't you take Hypo-CodT?so he got a bottle and it cured his cold in a remarkably short time. He has no sign of a cough now and it has built him up. I notice he now has a fine appetite. He seems to feel stronger and has more en ergy and ambition and often re marks on how much good Hypo Cod did. It is a medicine of won derful merit," declared Miss Made lin Connell. 2316 G ?trcet north west, Washington. To knock out that achy, weak, headachy, pale, hollow look and clear the lungs of cough, cold, catarrh, bronchial and catarrhal troubles come down to the store. Get two bottles of Earle's Hypo Cod and a free 35c box of Earle's 59s. Take three of the 59s and a table?poonful of Hypo-Cod and go to bed early. Keep Covered up well and next morning follow directions on the bottle. That's all. Thousands of people instead of trying to kill a "hear" of a cold or cough with birdshot (pills or dose of salts), follow this advice and not only get rid of the present trouble, but fortify their system and ward off such troubles the bal ance of the winter. Frail, pale, weak kiddles and both sexes, all ages, will find it eaves many a day home from work. Many a sjck bill. Read what others say about it on this page tod&jr. HYPO-COD PUT ME BACK ON MY FEET. 1 Weifht Ucreajed, Old Appetite Cute Back, Piiu Left Me. "H. C. L." PROBLEM?EATS TOO MUCH. "In plain English, T wa? down and out and had to do something. I was havlnpr paint In my back and limbs and was weak, thin and run down .something terrible. Every thing I ate disagreed with my stomach, and If I'd stick my head out the door I'd catch cold almost. Tn other words. I was about all In,** declared a well-known Washington salesman. Mr. J. U. Kidwell, whose address Is given below. "One bottle of Hypo-Cod pro duced a better sppetite. T felt a little stronger. That old disagree able feeling seamed to be less paln-j fill, so T kept on and took three bottles and man alive! How that medicine does do Its work. It Is a revelation all right," continued Mr.; Kidwell. "T swore off taking it the otherj | day and left a half bottle up on the i shelf. It brings too all-fired good i an appetite for the H. C. L. here in! I Washington. It surely knocks out your pains, cleans up the blood and ! puts you back to rights," continued | this gentleman. 3707 Tenth street i northeast. ' Thousands of people have adopted i the wise old-fashioned habit of I toning themselves up this time of year. You don't mind the icy winds ; so much when your blood is rich j and thick. Your appetite needs in creasing and digestion should be j helped to take care of heavier foods In winter?boiled egg?, hot cakcs, soups, meats, etc. Your j lungs need to be husky and strong to ward off wintry colds, coughs, bronchial and catarrh troubles which are always worst from now on. Come down to the store and get a couple bottles. Ask your neigh bors. Thousands of families use Hypo-Cod. Keep strong and full of "pep" that way. People's Seven Super Drug gtorea, Washington, D. C. TWO BOTTLES MADE MY BOY STRONG AND WELL AGAIN * L ? | $ H* J ft A EAR LES TASTELESS WILD CHERRY MALT-IRON ^SS3S^w2?S tsg* earle chemical? He Had Pneumonia?Was Weak and Frail?Needed to Be Built Up. HYPO-COD SURELY DOES THE WORK. < "My son was in a terribly run down condition folowing a bad at tack of pneumonia. Ho was weak and lacked strength. His appetite wasn't good, and he needed build ing up. So I grot two bottles of Earle's Hypo-Cod down at the Peo ple's Drug Store, and it did him a "world of good. It builj him right up. Just as nice as you please. He looked in thirty days as strong and well as he did before the pneu-! monia, and he enjoys a splendid ap petite. "Personally, I think Hypo-Cod is the grandest medicine I have ever! heard tell of, and gladly^ permit my name to be used because every one should know about Hypo-Cod."1 declared Mrs. Rhoda M. Ireland. 644 K street northeast, Washington, D. C. An average of nearly two hun-j dred people per day, every day tn the year, walk into a People's Drugl Store here In Washington and buy, a bottle of Earle's Hypo-Cod. Dur ing the present month the labora tories have shipped to the People's1 Drug Stores for the use of Wash-I ington people exactly 20,160 bottles of this superb preparation. In win-1 ter. especially, when changeable weather causes so much sickness, i coughs and colds, every one should; fortify his system and ward off such! troubles. Its use among thousands of families here has saved count-] less doctor bills, worry and sick ness. Come down to the store and get a couple bottles. Any People's Drug Store clerk will tell youi I more about it. HYPO-GOD IN THREE WEEKS - MADE ME STRONG AND WELL Before That I Was So Weak, Nervouj and Bad, Had Given Up Hope. ?Tm willing that my name and the story of ray recovery be pub lished In hopes that others may be helped, for Earle's Hypo-Cod Is a wonderful tonic, and I cannot say enough about it," declared Mrs. M. Flanagan. 29 Q street northeast, Washington, D. C "I had become so weak I could hardly get about, and was so nerv ous that at night I could only lay and roll and toss all night and 6ay | time was a nightmare. My appe tite was poor and even the most tempting dishes taated all alike, and I seldom ale anything?Just nibbled at lt? and kept on growing weaker ana weaker as days went | on "I fortunately saw Hypo-Cod ad vertised In the papers, and I have been built up In a wonderful man ner. It certainly is fine to give a person strength. I now eat good and anything 1 want, and I can sleep like a child. My nerves are well and strong, and?oh my! I just feel 100 per cent better than I did. Every one tells me how much better I am looking," con tinued Mrs. Flanagan, whose ad dress is given atove. It Is weak, rundown people that colds, coughs and winter Ills at tack first. Robust healthy people laugh at such Ills. Come down to the store and get a couple bottles of the genuine Earle's Hypo-Cod. Join the thousands here who keep In perfect health. Note?We prepay large bottle of the genuino Earle's Hypo-Cod. made by the nationally known Earle Chemical Company, any where on receipt of price, $1.25. plus Be war tax.?People's Drug Stores, Washington, D. C. HOUSING CHEERS FOR PRINCIPAL Student Body Acclaims Mr. Wilson, Returning After Long Illness. Emory Wilson, principal of Cen tral High School, was tendered a rousing reception by the 2.500 mem born of the student body when he resumed work at the school yes terda/, following an absence of a number of months caused by seri ous Illness. As Mr. Wilson stepped on the platform officially to relieve acting Principal Robert A. Maurer, the en tire student body arose and cheered for minutes. % N Mr. Wilson gave a spirited ad dress in which he expressed appre ciation of the reception and of those who performed sacrifices for him during his long illness. Several months ago, it will be remembered. Mr. Wilson wag saved from death by the transfusion into his body of blood from thirty vol unteers, mostly former students and friend*. JEFFERS TO LECTURE ON U.S. AND CANADA Little known scenic beauties of the United States and Canada, as well as some of the rare plants, animals and ' birds to be found in these two coun tries, will be described in the lecture and pictures of Le Roy Jeffers. F. R. G. 8., when he addresses members of the National Geographic Society at the New Masonic Temple this after noon and this evening. Mr. Jeffers, who formerly was a res ident of thin city, is an explorer and writer of international note. He has prepared a lecture dealing with the untrodden paths of natural beauty j which some day will be the routes of j tourist travel. Miss Benois to Head Daughters of Confederacy Daughters of the Confederacy held i their annual convention yesterday in Confederate Memorial Home and j elected officers for the ensuing year. | The new officers are: Mrs. Kdith ] Benolst, Resident; Miss Helen Grif- j fith, first vice president: Mrs. Cuth- j bert Harrison. second vice president; Mrs. John Bryan, recording secretary; Mrs. Paid Anderson. corresponding j secretary; Miss Grace Morgan, trens-! urer; Mrs. Drury Ludlow, registrar; ; Mrs. Maud Howell Smith, historian; Mrs. Wallace Strestor. parliamen-' tar.an: Mrs. Gordon Kits worth, chap-j lain; Miss Frances Weeks, auditor, j and Mrs. Arthur Thompson, custodian. ; The annual report of the society's j activities showed progress in educa tional. charitable and civic work. More j than IjOO.'OO worth of liberty and vie- | tory bonds were so!d by the ten chan ters of the l>istr.ct during the vari ous campaigns. Pay Reclassification Hearings to End Dcc. 17 To give governmci.t clerks help by July 1. the congressional commission on reclassification of salaries will fin ish its hearings by December 17. To achieve this hearings will be grouped and conferences on final steps are be ing held with E. O. Griffenhagen. chief counselor of the commission, who arrived in Washington yester day. The hearing on domestic serv ice will be held at 9:.**) this morning with tli^ rtiral service hearing fol lowing tomorrow. Departmental pub lications and information services are set for a hearing Tuesday morning. About 16,000 employes are at work on this commission. GOVERNMENT PRINT ING OFFICE NEWS. i The Mergs and the Moncs will clash tonight on the Grand Central alleys, and Capt. Hartung hopes to even up his games in the percentage column. The standing of the clubs at present Is as follows: Won. Lost. Monos 18 Binders IS & Job 12 9 Mergs 10 11 Linos 7 7 Stars 7 17 A vote of thanks has been tendered Miss M. F. Koester, financial secre tary of the G. P. O. Pressfeedcrs' Union, who is an expert typist, for valuable assistance in compiling the brief of the union for presentation to the Joint Commission on Reclassifica tion of Salaries. John B. Dickman, of the proof room, is receiving congratulations anent the arrival of his first grandson, born to Mr. and Mrs. John G. Dickman, jr., in Sibley Hospital November 30. 'Mr. and' Mrs. T. Frank Morgan have returned from a visit to Buckhannon. W. Va., where they attended the wed ding of a niece. Herbert Winsey has returned to the hand section after two weeks' leave. Miss Ida Hammond, of the machine sewing section, has been ill for a week. Deskman James Sowers is expected to return to the hand section next week after two months on his farm near Madison, Wis. The New Relief Association has an nounced a dividend for this year of *10.56. Chris Hanson, who recently un derwent the amputation of his arm I in George Washington Hospital, is improving. The electrical workers have form ed a club to buy candy for Christ mas at greatly reduced prices. Miss Florence El wood, is acting as sec retary. Miss Nellie H, Shipman. of the night linotype setion, has been ill several weeks. Miss Flora J. Jacobs, of the pamphlet bindery, is on leave. Leo H. Kurt8 has resigned from the stereotype foundry after two j years 'service. William S. Hennen, of the com puting section, has been granted ex tended leave because of ill health. He is recuperating at his old home in Virginia. Capt. Charles H. Coe, of the mono type assembling room, has been ill for a week. Following appointments have been announced: Miss M. M. Graham, skill ed laborer (f). reinstatement; Walter J. Doyle, William J. McCormack, Thomas J. O'Brien, Gordon Y. Young, skilled laborers; James C. Kochendorfer, probationary compos itor; William W. Stauder, proba tionary stereotyper. ? V.' *? ??? rhlldrn'a ?i L? for Christmas, <1.00.?HAHNS.?Ad* tdrrco by Joosevelt's )HisChifcLren SCPU wfkuh b1tmof 4k Football and the rhtnUnf hues at folUat hate their share of the Hreeidente at tent loo on the day after revolution had broken oat in Colombia and ble eveat ambition to launch the Peuema caaal tvoject vu la Jeo pardy. H?MMlck far Begiaere Bill. White House, Nov. 4, 1103. Dear Ted: Three cheer* for Groton! It wu first du?. On election day I saw the house, and It was all so lovely that I felt fairly homesick to be back In It. The Japanese maples were still In full leaf and were turning the most beautiful shades of scarlet Imagin able. The old barn, I am sorry to say. seems to be giving away at one end. Renown now behaves very well sbout automobiles. and Indeed about everything. He Is, however, a little touched In the wind. Blei stein. In spite of being a little shaky In one foreleg. Is In splendid spirits and eager for any amount of go. When you get on here for the Christmas holidays you will have to try them both, for If there is any fox hunting I am by no means sure you will find It better to take Bleisteln than Renown. Sister Is very handsome and good, having had a delightful time. That was a funny trick which the Indians played against Harvard. Harvard did well to plsy such a successful nplilll game in the lat ter part of the second half as to enable them to win out; but I do not see how she stands a chance of success against Tale this year. Over m F*etball Victory. White House. Nov. 4, 1903. Dear Kermlt: Tonight while I was preparing to dictate a message to Congress con cerning the boiling caldron on the Isthmus of Panama, which has now begun to bubble over, up came one of the ushers with a telegram from you and Ted about the football match. Instantly I bolted into the next room to read it aloud to mother and sister, and we all cheered in unison when we came to the Rah! Rah! Rah! part of It. It was a great score. I wish I could have seen the game. Vlee-Motkrr ef the Children. White House, Nov. 15, 1903. Dear Kermlt: Didn't I tell you about Hector, Brier and Bailor Boy (dogs) when I saw them on election day? They were In excellent health, lying around the door of Seaman's house, which they had evidently adopted as their own. Sailor Boy and Brier were exceedingly affectionate; Hec tor kindly, but uninterested. Mother has ffone off for nine days, and as usual I am acting vice mother. Archie and Quentin are really too cunning for anything. Each pight I spt-nd about three quarters of an hour reading to them. I first of all read some book like Algonquin Indian Tales, or the poetry of Scott or Macaulay. Once I read them JJm Bludsoe, which perfectly enthralled them and made Quentin ask me at least a hundred questions, including one as to whether the colored boy did not find sitting on the sarety valve hot. I have also been reading them each \ evening from the Bible. It haa been the story of Saul. Devid and Jonathan. They have been so in terested that ?everal times I hare had to read them more than one Chapter. Then each says his prayers and repeats the hymn he is learning. Quentin usually Jigging solemnly up and do^ta while he re peats it. Each finally ^ got one hymn perfect, whereupon in ac cordance with previous Instruc tions from Mother I presented each of ' them with a five-cent piece. Yesterday (Saturday) I took both of them and Ethel, tog-ether with the three elder Garfield boys, for a long scramble down Rock Creek. We really had great fun. Qieitla'a Sixth Birthday. White House, Nov. If. 1908. Dear Kermlt: I was much pleased at your being chosen captain of the Seventh. I had not expected it. I rather suepect that you will be behind in your studies this month. If so. try to make up next month, and kdep above the mid dle of the class if you can.^I am interested In whet you tell meabout the Sir Galahads. and I shall want to taHc to you about them when you come on. Mother Is back with Aunt Emily, who looks very well. It Is so nice to have her. As for mother, of course she makes the house feel like a home again, instead of like a temporary dwelling. Leo is as cunning as ever. Plnckncy went to see Allan yesterday and said he found him "as busy aa a boe in a; tar barrel." and evidently owning all i the trainer'a house. Me is not yet quite fit to come back here. Today ia Quentin'a birthday. He haa a cold, so he haa had hia birth day cake, with the aix candles, and his birthday ice cream, in the nuraery. with Ethel. Archie, mother. Aunt Emily, myself. Mame and Georgette as admiring guests and onlookers. | A President** Peer Pretention. White House, Nov. 2S, 1903. j Dear Kermit: It was very sad at Uncle Grade's funeral; and yet lovely, too. in a way. for not only all his old friends had j turned out. but all of the people con- j nected with the institutions for which j he had worked during so many years j also came. There were a good many of the older boya and employee from ] the Newsboys* Lodging House and f the Orthopaedic Dispensary. etc. I Uncle Jimmy possessed & singularly j loving and affectionate nature, and I ' never knew any one who in doing j good was more careful to do unosten- i tatiously. I had no idea how much he had done. Mother with her usual j thoughtfulness had kept him steadily! in mind while I have been governor j And president; and I now And that i he appreciated her so much, her con- | stant remembrances in having him, on to visit us on different occasions, j It was a lesson to me. for I should probably never have thought of it j myself; and. of couree, when one does not do what one ought to. the ex- j cuse that one erred from thoughtless ness Instead of wrong purpose is of | small avail. The police arrangements at the, church were exasperating to a degree. | There were fully 008 policemen in the ! streets round about, just as if there wu dancer of an attack by a fsrodous mob; . and yet thonsh they bad throngs of policemen Inside, to*, an elderly and barmleee crank actually got inside with them to present me some foolish memorial about curing the German emperor from cancer. In asmuch aa what we needed wu. not Protection against a mob, but a sharp lookout tor cranks,* the arrangement ought by rights to have been for fifty policemen outside and two or three good detectives Ins Ida I fait like a fool with all the policemen in ^olemn and purposeless Unas around about; and then I felt half exas perated and half amused when I found that they were utterly helpless to prevent a crank from getting Inside after all. P. 8.?I enclose two original proms by Nick and Archie. They refer to a bit of unhappy advice I cave them, because of which I fell Into richly merited disgrace with mother. Nick bsa been spending three days or so with Archie, and I augfeeted that they ahould explore the White Houee In the mirk of midnight They did. in white aheeu. and, like little Jacks, barefooted Bend me back the poems. (Te Be Caatlamd.) "BAYER CROSS" OH GENUINE ASPIRIN J "Bayer'a Tablets of Aspirin" to be genuine most be marked With the safety "Bayer Croaa." Always bar on unbroken Bayer package. nhMfc contains proper directions to relieve Headache, Toothache, J ache. Neuralgia. Colds and Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets coat but a few cents at drug storss?large packages also. Asplrtn is tfcf trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Maae aceticacidester of Sallcylicactd. FOR RESULTS TRY HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS MORRIS Supreme Canned Fruits ?herrif> cHed, pitted cherries! Everybody likes them. All Morris Supreme Canned fruits are delicious; all are packaged under die Morrr yellow and black label. MORRIS & COMPANY I # The Hub of New York HOTEL IMPERIAL Broadway and 32?2 St., New York City Rooms with use of Bath - - $230 up Rooms with Private Bath - - $3.00 up Writ* for Bookltt J. O. STACK, Pr?s.