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Of REAL MERIT
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Money'i Worth or Monty Back
I. J. KAUFMAN, Inc.
Flics, Fleas, Amis, Roaches, Bed
MASTER PRODUCTS CO., be.
Fall Hurt TSr. Galloa *2..V>
KWIKDETH positively will
not stain the finest fabric or affect
colors. Does not injure
'woodwork or paint, nor corrode
"ED the Carrier
Everybody should Use
fa* health's sake
Florida and R. I. Aves., N. W.
ImIi41w War Tax
Similar Eiearaloa Oft I
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Antra la New York la Early
, la*. *rw York from C. a. a of
I. Terminal., We.t (3d Street
taptewa). t:U P. M standard time:
?? P. M. dayllcht aavine Urn.,'
Liberty Street (downtown)? P. *.
tand.rd time; 7 P. *. dayli?ht ui.
t>c time, aae day.
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Baltimore ? Ohio
A LITTLE VOYAGE
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F?*e, .dolti, each way M.SS
Stateroom, i bertha, S ni?hti... fEtS
KeaU?Bieakfaat or dinner 75
Call Kala 745 far reaerntioaa, aad
?eaml>U cbeoae Monday a
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' Sept. Salt
' Cabinet Grand
Sept Sale Spedal
Hoaer L IX
WVy do insurance conn>antes
require a uiw analysis before
gnurtn* a policy?
p,i mr wine analysis detects
ilsiiiiiui em tbe most indpkrt
It it not necessary to wait until
you are feeling bad to bow that'
your system it out of order.
Ik Natioul laboratories
1313 H Street Noitkweat
Kidney and Bladder Troubles
Or Money Back
For forty yearn. oald Dr. Carry. 1
have been prescribing Msrshroot foi
kidneys and bladder sickness and bow
that I bare retired from active practice
I have made arrangement* with leading
druggists to diapenae this wonderful
prescription at a moderate price, on tbe
money back If dissatisfied plan.
Beware of kidney diseaae?thousand*
die of it every year who *ught to be
enjoying the bleaslngs of life and haalth.
Watch the symptoms. If you bare speck*
floating before tbe eyes, puffy eyes,
clammy feet or moist palms, backache
or sideache. you ought to get a bottle
of Dr. Cqpey a Marahroot right away.
It baa wonderfully benefited tena ot
thousands of casea of kidney and bladder
troubles and la tbe medicine you can
alwaya depend upon. Reaulta are guaranteed.
NOTE?Dr. Daniel G. Carey waa a
practicing physician for many yeara and
bia great Preacriptlon. Marahroot. aided
thouoanda of auffe-trs from Kidney and
bladder troubles. Hereafter you can
si ways get this effective Prescription
| at Peoples Drug Stows and all reliable
pharmacists the country over. Keep la
mind tbe name. Dr. Carey's Bfarshroot
prescription No. 777. No other medicine
can take lta placi.?Adv.
if Your Friends
Are Eating Yeast
they w1ix be slu to k?ow that
twit CAM oet tixt tablets
at dboq 8t0ei.
EAST TO TAKE?BEBTO.TB
QUICK?BETTEB FOB TOT!
So many people are eatlag yeaet. aplnncti.
^rsifta. ((., .ad drlnktag qa.rt. of milk
-acb d.y la warch af Vltamloee that the
lieml.t. kaft perfected a May tablet Ma
talalag a proper doea of both water a ad fat
toluble Vttamlaea ib highly coaceatr.ted
forai. The tableta are more tconofnlr.1. leaa
mother, eaaler to take aad acree with the
.torn. -h better.
Tbe reaaoa people waat VltaratBee la beaaao
Tltamlnee brtot more strength. weight,
olor. freedom fro* holla, carbuncle., plmjlee,
etc. Doctor. ?) moat of o. need aaore
ViiAjntace thaa we get I* a regular meat.
ts4 It la elmply amjslng what tbeie PboaPho
Vltamlae tablet, will do for a peraoa la
am or four week.' tlaie. Tbe tableu are
made ib America . grenteet laboratory. Ton*
.. yeast at. oaed. They get VltamlBe. alao
from balla of rice, and arii tbe concentre ted
elements t of ether lato a proper doae?add
Glycere-pboephate^ ete.. aod you set 1b a
Hoy tablet a ecleatlilcally cootpouaded tablet
that doe. amazing *nd moat aau.ua'
rlungs for bob aad womea who are weak.
1Mb. pale, uaderoourtahed.
I ocal druggist* recommend thle bow pow
erful way to take vltamlnee. aad jou cat
get a bottle of .lit* Pbo?-Pho Vlumloe tab
leia at the nearett People". Drug Store
I Head SI. plea 4c war tax.)?Adv.
Let Us Help You
> achieve financial independence,
n our Savings Dept. we not only
3% interest on every dollar.
ry day it is on deposit, comn^etT
semiannually?but we ex- II
1 you wise counsel if desired,
:n you are in position to invest
r money to advantage.
>NE DOLLAR, or more, will
t a Savings Fund.
sad G Streets
in Piano Co. II
t at 13th
CUT DEPLORED BY
Luther Steward Indigo
nant?Official Says Men
Indignant over the navy yard
wage cut, decreasing the salaries of
68.000 employes from 10 to 20 per
cent, effective September 15, Luther
C. Steward, president of the National
Federation of Federal Employes.
declared in a statement last
night that "the entire report of the
departmental Wage Board of Heview
bristles with arguments to
prove the Injustice of lowering old
Speaking of the Wage Board of
Review, Steward said that members
of the board seem to have been
governed by a false ;?iterpretation
of the law, which provides that
wage rates In navy yards shall
conform as nearly as is consistent
with the public interest with those
of private establishments.
Praises Improvement Plasa.
Deeply criticizing the wage cuts.
Steward nevertheless praised the
proposed plans for Improvement In
the working conditions of the navy
"The Secretary of the Navy appears
to have recognised -the importance
of proper representation
for employes," Steward declared.
"The setting up of shop committees
will furnish easy channels for the
oresentation and redress of grievances."
"In this respect, at least, tne
navy has taken a step far In advance
of anything else In.the government
service. It is to be hoped
that if the War and Navy Departments
are to be combined, the new
and progressive policy of the Navy
Department will be accepted rather
than the antique, cumbersome, and
unfair machinery of the War Department.'
Saj Employe* "Ckeerful."
Navy yard officials declared last
night that the employes are generally
optimistic over their wage
cuts. About 7,000 men employed at
the Washington Navy Yard are affected
by the decrease.
"As far as I can determine, the
employes are considering the cut
cheerfully," Commander H. E. Kimmel,
commander of production at the
Washington Navy Yard, declared
On the other hand, however, rumors
were persistent last night that
a mammoth indignation meeting of
employes will be held in the next
few days. Several well known employes
told newspaper men that a
majority of the men will vigorously
protest the cut.
Of Typhoid Fever
To Chicken Salad
TRENTON, N. J., Sept. 8?An
epidemic involving 185 cases of
typhoid fever in virulent form In
Burlington and Ocean counties resulted
from the serving of chicken
salad at a harvest home supper in
Jacobstown several weeks ago, according
to a statement made public
today by the State department of
The supper to which the original
Infection was traced was served to
more than 400 persons, typhoid
cases resulting in 116 homes located
in twenty-three different municipalities.
"Cases are known to have developed
in thirty dairies producing
market milk located in Burlington
and Ocean counties." the statement
continued. "Representatives of the
State health department have visited
these dairies and instituted
precautionary measures against the
further spread of the disease, either
by stopping the sale of the milk or
by making arrangements to have
the milk drawn and handled by
persons who have had no contact
with the household in which thfe
No record of the fatalities resulting
from the epidemic was
shown In the report.
G. A. R. to Honor D. C. Man.
Henry A. Johnson, veteran government
employe and former commander
of the Department of the
Potomac, will be nominated for national
Junior vice commander-ini
chief from Sheridan Post, District
| Department, at the fifty-fifth annual
encampment of the national
Grand Army of the Republic to be
h?ld in Indianapolis the week of
OI7B PRICKS ARB VERY LOW
CLAFUN OPTICAL CO.
01 r Street n. w.
Summer Rate*?Stag Hotel.
OS >tb?$7 rooms, 85 weekly; $10 room.
IS: $14 moms. wIMi shower, toilet ssd 1ststory.
$9 H0% extra two Id s room.
LB RAY EXCURSION
Sunday. September 18th. Special
train will leave Washington at 8:00
A. M., returning same evening. $5.50
covers all expenses. Early reservation
Phone Mala 1472 500 Boad Bid*.
Plates Repaired While *1 CA
You Walt ....VA*ou
Crown. Bridge and Porcelain
Work. Painless Extractions.
307 7th St ?
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Diamoads. Watches, Jewelry j
1 Sooth iy Ol Highway Bridge j
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fc - ' '^te^lj
WILLIAM WITT HA FT BRIDE '
Pro ml aeat WuklagtoM and
lateraatioaal lawyer and Hvle
worker who la today eelebratlag
hie fortieth birthday. Mr.
Bride wan bora la Waahlagtoa
and la the aoa of Cotter T.
Bride, foraaer D. G. exeine con Ualoaer.
He atteaded Kantera
High School, St. John*n
College, Ceoraftowa Valve ralty,
George Waahlagtoa t'alvfrnltj
aad the t'alvernlty of
Ffekraaka. Degreeai A. R..
LL.B. J At oae time he
e^red oa the ataflt of the
goveraor of fcebraaha.
Mr. Bride wan a member off
the laaagaral 'committee for
Pre aid eat Wllaoa. HIS, 1917.
Repreaeated the Ualted tttatrn
In arhltrai'ca proceedTa** w#b
Great Brltala aad aeeared tain*
able ?narennloan. He In married
aad haa ffoar eblldrc* Hln
wife fa a aleee off the late
Charlea W. Falrbaahn, ttreatyalxth
Vlee-Prealdeat off the
raited Staten. Me renlden at
Bethenda, Md.. abd ban ??eee
la the Woodward Balldlait.
Foreeant for Today aad Tomorrow.
For the District |r
of Columbia and ' ^
Maryland ? Fair - wi
followed by show- ffCYWf
ers; mild temper- /rf/\
ature; gentle MT/ \ \
variable winds. vl /-H
For Virginia ? >
Fair today; tomorrow
tied, probably Ja
showers In north
tions; mild temperature; gentle
Midnight ... 67 12 noon *2
2 a. m 65 2 p. m 83
4 a. m 64 4 p. m S3
6 a. m 64 6 p. m 82
8 a. m 72 8 p. m 74
10 a. m 77 10 p. m ?
Highest. 85; lowest. 64.
Relative humidity?8 a. m . 84; t
p. m.. 34; 8 p. m.. 56.
Rainfall (8 p. ra. to 8 p. m.). 0.
Hours of sunshine. 11.4,
Pcr cent of possible sunshine. 89.
Departures from Normal.
Accumulated excess of temperature
since January 1. 1921. 925.
Excess of temperature since September
1, 1921, 66.
Accumulated deficiency of precipitation
since January 1. 1921. 4.58.
Excess of precipitation since September
1, 1921, .76.
Temperature same date last year
?Highest, 80; lowest, 60.
(Data furnished by U. S. Coast
and Geodetic Survey.)
High tide 1:30 a. m.. 2 ft. 8 in.;
1:58 p. m.. 2 ft. 5 in.
Low tide 8:15 a. m., 1 In.; 8:34
p. m.. 2 In.
Sun Pises 5:43 a. m., sets 6:27 p. m.
Moon rises 1:32 a. m.. sets 11:44
Potomac River nruddy and Shenandoah
cloudy at Harpers Ferry
Other Tempera tare*.
Asbury Park, N. J. 80 72
Asheville, N. tJ 78 72
Atlanta. Ga 86 74 0.08
Atlantic City, N. J. 78 74
Baltimore. Md 84 78 ....
Bismarck, N. Dak.. 70 64 0.45
Boston. Mass 78 68 ....
Buffalo, N. Y 80 70
Chicago. Ill 78 74
Cincinnati, Ohio.... 86 80 ....
Cheyenne. Wyo.... 76 , 72 ....
Cleveland. Ohio.... 78 76 ....
Davenport. Iowa..' 82 ?6 ....
Denver, Colo 82 76 ....
Des* Moines, Iowa.. 90 82 ....
Detroit. Mich 80 72
Duluth. Minn 60 60 0.56
El Paso. Tex > 94 92
Galveston, Tex..-.. 86 74 1.08
Helena. Mont 64 50 ....
Indianapolis. Ind.. 84 78 ....
Jacksonville. Fla.. 90 80 0.48
Kansas City, Mo... 86 82 ....
Little Rock. Ark.. 80 78 0.04
Los Angeles. Cal.. 76 68 ...
Louisville. Ky 82 78 0404
Marquette. Mich.... 68 60 0.32
Memphis. Tenn.... 84 74 0.09
Miami, Fla........ 86 82
Mobile. Ala 86 76 0.08
New Orleans, La.. 92 84 0.38
J*ew York. N. Y 82 78 .%...
North Platte, Nebr. 84 78 0.01
Omaha, Nebr 88 82 ...
Philadelphia. Pa.. 84 78 \...
Phoenix. Arts.*.... 101 98 ....
Pittsburgh. Pa 84 78
Portland, Oreg.... 66 66 ....
S. Lake City, Utah 76 76
St. Louis, Mo 80 72 0.48
St. Paul. Minn 80 76 0.56
San Antonio. Tex.. 84 78 0.55
San Diego. Cal 72 ~66 /...
San Francisco. Cal. 66 58 ....
Seattle. Wash 62 62 0.05
8prlngfleld. Ill 82 72
Tampa. Fla 86 82 ....
Toledo. Ohio '... 82 72
Vicksburg. Miss 84 78 0.99
Earthnuake in San Diego.
BAN DIEGO. Cal.. Sept. A
slight earthquake shock was felt
here shortly beffare noon today. Apnaraatlv
ao damasre was dona.
HUGE SUMS BEFORE
Harding's Letter of Regret
Read at Joint4
x W??hlngton Klwanlans caused
that# guests, taembera of the Baltl- I
more KJwants Club, to I"P In ,
astonishment yesterday afternoon I
at a Joint luncheon meeting when
they recklessly "appropriated |1?.!
000 out of their club funds for ln1
creased hot air Intake for the Cap!
tol and wire screening for the District
Sighs of relief sounded from the
guests, however, when Harry Kimball
Inquired of -President Woodward
If it was, not necessary for
the board of directors to appropriate
money under the constitution.
Regrets froM Hardlag.
While President Harding found It
.Impossible at the last moment to
attend the meeting, he sent a letter
to be read, which expressed hta desire
to see the local Klwanls Club
"grow In extent and effectiveness. (
"If It were convenient for me.
President Harding said In his letter,
"to meet with you I should greatly
repoice to do so. You will con- j
vey my very cordial greetings to
the assembled membership- at tfts
Joint meeting, and at the
time convey my congratulations
to Harrv E. Karr on the, very
signal honor which has come toi
him. Permit me to also "pr"
the wish that the wotk of the K.Iwanians
vlll continue to grow n
extent and effectiveness."
Would Aid lsns?W?'International
President Karr. In
his address provoked the pronounced
approval of the Kiwamans when
he suggested that each
do a practical act of charity this
wintir by adding one employe In
his business. .
President Woodward announced
that the club would be the guests
of the Rotary Club at the Columbia
Country Club October 22. He
also announced thai they w"ul<|
entertain the Wilmington Club
Following are some of the names
of the members of the Baltimore
Kiwanis Club present at the meeting
Harry E. Karr. president.
Klwanls International; William G
Horn, president of the Kiwanis
Club of Baltimore: C. Morgan
Marshall, vice president: C. Parker
McPherson. secretary; and John M.
Dimllng. intercity relations committce.
SAYS ARMS MEET
WILL BENEFIT CITY
State Department Thankful
For itealty Board's Hous^
Appreciation of the co-operation
of the Washington Real Estate
Board with the State Department
in Its efforts to house th? members
of the conference on the limitation
of arms, was expreased yesterday
by Basil Miles, of the State Department
at ths luncheon of the
Real Estate Board at the Lafayette
Mr. Miles declared that the conference
offered to Washington an
exceptional opportunity to reveal to
the world a spirit of usefulm** and
wlllngness to serve. This opportunity,
he said, was offered equally
to the housing Interests, the hotels.
I the stores, other business places
and the individual cltlxen. for "the
people themselves are. In a lar*e
way, responsible for the opinions
and impressions these visitors ^will
carry away from WashingtonMr
Miles further stated that as
yet the State Department had no
definite Information concerning the
number of delegates that would be
present at the conference.
H. Lt Rust thanked Mr. Miles on
behalf of the board for his appreciation
of the board's activities.
Miss Mildred M. Ross
Bride of Harry Brodie
CHERRYDALK. Va? Sept.
Miss Mildred M. Ross of this town
and Harry Brodie of Brooklyn. N.
Y., were married in Washington
yesterday, the Rev. John E. Briggs
of the Fifth Baptist Church performing
Elmer ?nd Annie J. Harrell. girl.
Eugene E. "nil Margaret E. Rtcketts. boy.
Frank A. and Octarta Robejr, girl.
John X. and Jlsry E. Ml}", boy.
Ornldace sad Jenrie 1". Deneanlt, girl.
Victor A. and Verln M. McCmmpbell, boy.
Joiin r. L and Kdltti H. 0I?rj. bor
James J. Jane U Croghaa, bor and girl,
Amos F. and Ellanbetli Cllft, boy.
Charles E. nnd Emma M. Shanks, girl.
Stephen H. and Mildred L. Boyce, girl.
Samuel C. and Lisa Henry, boy.
John R. and Hasel B. Peck. boy.
John F. and Mildred K. Tucker, girl.
John J. and Georgia Fahey. boy.
Peter ft. and Martha A. Bradley, girl.
Charles R. and Margaretta M. Riordan.
Edward F. and Marie A. Clark, girl.
William I. and Mnrtlia E. Trivers. boy.
Joshua E. and Edna Bt Plummet, boy.
Herbert ind Fannie Thompson, bojr.
Walter R. and Mary Me.Ion. boy.
Hartford R. and Annie H. Harwell, girl.
William and Maria J. Moon, girl.
Thomas C. and Eleie Beverly, boy.
Robert and Annie Cabell, girl.
Nathaniel and Slsle Jefferson, boy.
Edward and Anna York, boy.
J. Curtis Smlthe. S3;-John Dickson Home.
Annie L. Etchison, IS; Sibley llospt.
Lucius C. L'pshaw, 57; lfl?? Col. rd. nw.
Ellen Reane. 77; Rock Creek Ch. rd. nw.
Olive I. Edwards, 51; 1521 H st. no.
Margaret C. Randall, 8 mos . 1716 13th
Fred' P. Stowe. 8 mos.; 406 Cedar St..
Takoma Park, D. *C.
Harriet Brown. Ill yrs.; Home for Aged
Faaaie Gaines. 71; Emergency Hospt.
1 Bessie A. Bndd. 88; 1148 Burden Ct. aw
Ko*ej Maaey. !; 114 Providence St.. In
City* t). C. a
Anna Sailtk. 54; St. Blia. ^
, V AMUSEMENTS.
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I n*?dc"poiry Mown
J ***yrn?nd Hatton ^ 1
Jos?? L.Laaky presents
I CECIL B.
III t PRODUCTION
1 The Affairs
| With an 411 Star Cast
I HI -With the Greatest Photoplay II
Jean Rrdlil'* Latent Creation
With a Typleal Bed In I Chonn
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MAT. DAILY, 1:1ft. ETE. 1:1ft.
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Wall Paper & Paints
REDUCED IN PRICE
The wholesale wallpaper and palnta ,
supply houses have made a drastic redaction
In the price of wallpaper and
hare advised all retail dealers and decorators
to that effect.
Tkene redneed arleen arc
?and will enable not only the individual t
I property owner, but the building trades,
contractors, hotel and apartment owner I
to purchase their wallpaper* right now'
with the assurance of retting the lowest
Wall paper is the only wall covering |
to meet all reqnirementa. It offers an
unlimited rsriety of practical patterns
in delightful coloring, weaves and tea- |
turea. We will gladly show the latent i
styles and estimate ob your work at
the new low prices.
Do your decorating without further
de'ay; there is every advantage In aak |
ing early selections.
Haller & Haller
Paper Hanirlnar and Palatlnar
Wnll Taper and Ready Mixed
930 New York Ave.
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It ahow* the prngresa of layeatmeat
la oar eentpaay.
If your Investments or savings
earn less than 12* you owe It
to yourself to know of our 12%
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1290 Do ad BaUlag
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Hlah.Claaa Rep mentation
" ' * ' " I " AMUSEMENTS
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fl j c>?1'"".' ' ! ' . i t i
ii [metropolitan! i
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The Picture the World Hat Been Waiting Far
i "the old nest" i
Your Lift. Yowr Home, Your Mother, At They Might I I
Hove Been Or At They Are?One of the Mott Heart|
( Gripping and Dramatic Stories Ever Told. 1 ^
People ia the Play?Yo? Kaow tkea ad
mary aldeh. helesr chadwick.
I * Dwtfkt rrlttwtra. Urlllr Rlekaea. BtrkaN Tarktr,
Uara Lavanlc, Baltrt Df VMM*, Johaar Jaa?a,
Vmmmj NiorkkrMm, ^atw UrHr, Baiij Mf-fgrr.
BJIlle Caitoa, Iftrk Cafkj, Mallf N4loar. M. B. (Lefty>
I . doortant
Read Pasta ?S aa4 tt la Tkfta Wi^k'a
saturday evening post
" a moore's
| loews irialto
palace : i "-ssrI
r alitnkxt^^ee^t, ? betty compsol
j1 i milton sills
l l Orchestra
^ I ?gU?CTKO M??IIH*IHH
In connection %cith stu>%o%np* I H
of hit latest photoplay hit I
"Passing Through" 11 thomas h.ihce
A PARAMOVST PICTVRB Kj H Hi. n~ " of Today *
| 'mother o'minp
twice daily u metropolitan
mat. today j >j uffmd?!'
jjo^e Prices, 25c, 50c, 55 m chili thob
?g?:sc, si-fc gavest me
a Screes Masterpiece. * .* . * tw
it p p_ . . ' Drama im ItrllckKal
a# row. ' ' . ta(rr?rrtH bj
vicevte ibaxed ss four-star cast
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etc. & s.l Mat, so, 7s, $1, $1.50 4 >* > ff| t i 4l h a r
. * l? boolk tllklwlm'i tlr
a m loews pa < ; Conquest of Caiaan
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S LAST TWO DAYS
M Paramaaat Prrarata MarC _ **- riaamti
i "fam" ii 32?ejlh!y?s.
|j "crazy to marry" ^ nfil? child '
Vtvi?nnTs?ial^ jg i
a loews S bp keith's
Columbia . .?N
? ?! ^)m of tW StreiftiT?Star.
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h LAST TWO DAYS a w?au Sawed k Half
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