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The Palais Royal
Rain todav and probably tomorrow?but gloriously- fine on Easter
Sunday. If the rain materializes tomorrow milady can be promised an
ideal shopping day. Wraps and umbrellas will be taken care of and the
various departments may be visited with the assurance of less than usual
crowding and with better than usual attention. Lunch served on base
ment floor. Special prices tomorrow, as follows:
$2.SO Utimbre!Has and Parasofls, $1.99.
Ladies' and Men's Best Tape Border Silk Umbrellas, with superior
natural wood handles. And $1.99 tor the new $2.50 Parasols, made of
?ilks used in shirt waist suits.
99c
for 11.50 "Gloria" Silk Um
brellas. ladies' and men's
sizes. I,ook as well and wear better
than cheap silk umbrellas.
ff jj Q9 for Rain Coats bearing the
name "Cravenette." Sam
ples of the new $15 to $UO garments at
$0.98 for choice.
for Ladies' J5 Mackin
toshes, some have detach
able cape. Only $2.88 for Children's
sizes. With Umbrellas at 11th street
door.
$1.35 for $1.50 "PalaSs Royal" Kid Gloves.
POSITIVELY FOR TOMORROW ONLY.
Gloves, to be properly fitted, have to be tried on deliberately and carefully. Avoid the hurry in
cidental to the Saturday before Easter. Come tomorrow, and be fitted with care and skill. Come
tomorrow?and pay $1.35 instead of $1.50 for best of French Kid Gloves.
Neckwear at 25c, 48c aod 98c.
A GRAND EXPOSITION AND SALE.
for latest washable effects in
Stock Collars and Collar and
Cuff Sets of silk, linen, lawn and eta
mine; embroidered in Bulgarian and
Persian colorings. Also Stocks and
Bows of embroidered linen; also Silk
Four-in-hand and Midget Ties; also
plain hemstitched and embroidered
Top Collars. Choice of a hundred
different styles.
>(S/. for attractively new Silk,
Etamine, Linen and Lawn
Stocks, with fagotin? and medallions;
Lawn and Etamine Stocks, with
lace medallions; Etamine Stocks,
with Persian embroidery; Collar and
Cuff Sets of linen and etamine, em
broidered in white, pink, blue and
red. The latest Buster Brown bows,
In all colors.
J})g? Hand-made Neckwear, mar
velously beautiful. A regret
comes?to think that so little reward
goes to the makers of such dainti
ness. Stocks of silk, chiffon and
lace; Silk Stocks, studded with steel
beads; Chiffon Stocks, with lace me
dallions; Silk Stocks, lace trimmed.
THE CHEAPEST EXPENSIVE NECKWEAR IS HERE.
LACE COLLARS, 98c TO $15.
VARIOUS NECK RUFFS, $1.50 TO $20.
SLEEVE RUFFLINGS, 25c to $3 YD.
A new $15,000 stock of Neckwear, including twenty styles of new Neck and Hair Bows and a
matchless collection of hand-made Neckpieces at $1.25 to $5.98 each. The more expensive pieces are
the best bargains?are here offered at prices so very much less than prevailing at the exclusive stores.
For instance?the usual $25 Neck Ruffs are here at $20; the usual $20 Lace Collars and Stoles are here
at $15. One saves dollars in selecting fine Neckwear at the Palais Royal.
Lace HamdkercIhiDelfs,
$1 to $15.
Duchesse and Duchesse combined
with Point Lace. Choice handker
chiefs at very much Jess than their
actual values, judged from the ex
clusive store's "credit" point of view.
French Handkerchiefs.
50c to $3
These French Linen Handker
chiefs are exquisite. Some with lac?
inserting and edge, some daintily
hand embroidered; all more or less
beautiful. Usual 51 kind are here at
only 73c. ,
Swiss Handkerchiefs.
ioc_to^?c.
The new 12&c Swiss Handkerchiefs
ape the most expensive French
Handkerchiefs. It seems a pity that
the imitation should look so like the
real.
fiats at $<
VEILS
AT 75c.
Many of the Palais Royal $5 Hats were designed and made
with a view of a veil being used in conjunction. And the veils were!
selected with the idea of being used on the hats. 1
The Palais Royal $5 "Veil Hats" are only one feature to meet
the requirements of one class of patrons. The complete collection
of $5 hats embraces a model for every need?it is this fact that has
helped to make the Palais Royal headquarters for. $5 hats.
Tafllor=niade Jackets aod Hats.
SPECIAL FOR TOMORROW ONLY.
The Jackets are here for as much as $25, the Hats for as much as
$7.98. Details are given only of those to be offered at specially re
duced prices for Friday.
THE JACKETS AT $10.
Choice of three latest and best styles of box-front and tight-fitting
Jackets; some strapped, some with lapped seams. You'll judge them
worth $15.00.
THE HATS AT
$3-88.
Choice of all the best Hand-made Braid Hats, in all colors, trim
med with velvet, buckles, quills and the correct touch of gold.
Lord & Taylor's Sample Uradergarrneinits.
AT LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICES.
Messrs. Lord & Taylor control the distribution of "Onyx" Hose, "Merode" and "Oneita" Under
garments. They are ever being besieged by manufacturers to extend their line,?and samples are
ever pouring in on them. The Palais Royal periodically gets these samples, as well as the "drum
mers' " and office samples of regular lines. The spring line is now being distributed, as follows:
49c
for Lord & Taylor's $1 All-silk Vests, In all col
ors; also 49c for $1 "Oneita" and Merode Union
Suits. 49c for 75c to $1 Novelty Hose.
'y ? _ for Lord & Taylor's 25c to 35c Hose. Black Gauze
~lv< Lisle Hose, In plain and lace effects. Hose with
double white soles for those with tender feet.
"1
; ' : . .
Peggy From Paris" Bag for $2.
A very special price for this new Plaited Hand Bag. Note that the frame is riv
eted?the picture does not demonstrate this important fact. $2 for usual $2,98 Bags.
74c
$LOO^a?Si
$11
$1.49 Bags.
One of them is pictured to the right. All the new
styles are here, at special prices for tomorrow only?74c
instead of $1 and $1 instead of $1.49. To avoid over
crowding the department proper, great tables are to be
filled?one in aisle at nth street door; another near ele
vator, on first floor.
SSflverware for Easter Presents,
SAMPLES AT HALF-PRICE.
The most elaborately and artistically beautiful Tea and Coffee Sets. Superb single pieces, such as
Soup Tureens, Candelabras, Cake Baskets, etc., etc. Initials engraved free of charge, suggesting best
of Easter gifts or wedding presents. $1.98 to $15 for $4 to $30 Silverware.
SINGLE PIECES.
$2.00 Syrup Pitchers and Trays, 4
style*, for
$3.00 Nat or Fruit Bowls, with
squirrel ornament
$2.00 Bread Trays, long boat shape,
two pattern*
$1.50 Huttt-r Dish, dome cover and
separate drainer
11.00 Card Trays. IS inch six?, and
extra heavy
12.00 Cream Pitchers, colonial style
nud full ?lia|>e
$2.00 Sugar Bowls, to match cream
ers, extra value
$1.2.1 Houlmn Baskets, red glasa
and silver combination
$1.80 Fern IHsb, wltb detachable
metal pan
98c
98c
98C
98C
79C
98C
98c
75C
98c
SETS IN BOXES.
Initials EngravedJFree.
6 Teaspoons for 50c
? Tablespoons for 9 So
6 Dinner Forks for 98c
? Dessert Forks for..... 89c
(1 De.?.sert Spoons for 81>c
? Table Knives /or 98e
0 Coffee Spoons for. ,59c
? Bouillcfn Spoons for ....USc
8 Orange Spoons for -??...98c
6 Berry Forks for 79c
0 Ice Cream Spoons ,98c
<1 Pie Forks for ,98c
6 Oyster Forks for .98c
SINGLE PIECES.
Sugar Shells, made to retail at
00c, for
Batter Knives, made to retail at
50c, for
Cold Meat Forks, made to retail
at 73c
Pickle Forks, made to retail at
50c, for
Berry Spoons, made to retail at
$1. for
Pie Knives, made to retail at
$1.50, for
Cream Ladles, made to retail at
75c, for
Gravy Ladles, made to retail at
7 fte, for
Soup Ladles, made to retail at
$2.00, for
2IC
24c
39C
29C
48c
69c
33C
44C
98c
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NOT FOR THE DISTRICT
| DECISION REGARDING AWARD OF
RHODES' SCHOLARSHIPS.
f
4 n
heir wn
\ Trustees Cannot See Their Way Clear
to Grant Request a| Tfcis
Time. -
Official notification that the District of
Columbia will not be awarded any scholar
ships in Oxford University under^he terms
of the Rhodes will was received by" Commis
sioner Macfarland this morning. This de
cision was announced in a lettttr directed to
Commissioner Macfariand as, president of
the board of District Commissioners, from
Bourchier F. Hawksley. one of the trustees
of the Rhodes will. Mr. Hawksley's com
munication bears date of March 21, and is
In reply to Mr. Macfarland's latest letters
to the trustees, in which he asked, on behalf
of the Commissioners, that two scholarships
at Oxford and Cambridge should be assign
ed to the District of Columbia, as in the
case of a state or a territory, although it
was not mentioned by name in the Rhodes
will.
In his communication Mr. Hawksley says:
"Your letters to me of the 13th and 25th
were submitted at a meeting held by the
t/ustes of the will of the late Mr. C. J.
Rhodes. In reply I beg to say that after
giving their best consideration to these
communications and all due weight to the
arguments of the Commissioners they re
gret that they do not see their way to ac
cede to the proposal that they should pro
vide scholarships for the District of Co
lumbia. I may add, however, that the ap
plication on behalf of the Commissioners
will be recorded and re?err^4 to again,
should opportunity offer for awarding ad
ditional scholarships in future years."
It will be seen that, while this letter
states that no scholarships will be given the
District at present, it holds out hope that
they may be given in the future. Commis
sioner Macfarland said today that this in
. timation was encouraging, and that the
| Commissioners would undoubtedly make the
most of it.
"I shall suggest," said Mr. Macfarland,
"that the Commissioners, thanking the
trustees for their consideration, avail them
selves of the opening indicated, and renew
the application, restating the arguments
as strongly as possible, for next year. I ]
understand that the trustees of the will
may feel that they can, in the future, con
strue it more favorably to the District than
they feel warranted In doing at this time."
An ui official announcement to the effect
that the District will not be a-warded any
of the Rhodes scholarships was published
in The Star about six weeks ago. The in
formation to that effect was contained in a
letter from Dr. George R. Parkin, repre
senting the trustees of the will, and ad
dressed to Mr. Henry Bradshaw, a student
of the Columbian University in this city.
The official notification, therefore, is no sur
prise to the citizens and educators of the
District.
CROSSTOWN RAILWAY.
Senate Subcommittee Meets to Prepare
Bill on Subject.
, The subcommittee of the Senattf'commit
tee on the District of Columbia, {o which
were recently referred the pflgina^an'l sub
stitute bills to permit the Great Falls and
Old Dominion Railroad Corapaojfto enter
the District of Columbia and bulla- a cross
town line held the first meetings since its
appointment late yesterday afternoon, and
again met this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Sen
ator Hansbrough is the chairman of this
| subcommittee, other members of it being
Senators Foster of Washington, Dilling
I ham Dubois and Martin. .
The purpose of the subcommittee is not
to decide upon the advisability of giving
this company a right of way to build a
I crosstown line, but to frame a Wll .which
would In its judgment be practicable in the
[ event that the full committee." favors the
i P U?Corder to perfect a bill tfie subcommit
tee has caled upon the District, Com
missioners to appear before it. The M
street route is being considered, and ap
pears more likely to be adopted than the L
street route. The subcommittee yet has to
decide as to the advisability of placing in
the bill a provision giving the new com
pany all the rights and privileges of any
other railroad In the District of Columbia.
It is being considered whether this is not
too broad language to be used, as many of
the privileges granted railroads a quarter
I of a century ago are not today generally
granted by municipalities. It is Quite like
ly that the subcommittee will wish to be
more specific in fixing the rights of the
i r<*rhe Commissioners will be called upon to
give their opinions on many details of the
bill now under consideration.
Upon the completion of the bill by the
subcommittee. It will be reported to the full
committee on the District of Columbia with
out any recommendation as to the action
the commitee should take. Whether or not
i this bill can be reported to the full com
mitee in time for action at its regular meet
ing tomorrow morning had not been deter
mined this afiernoon. If the bill is com
pleted to the satisfaction of the subcom
| mittee It will not be done until quite late
l?One of the important influences on the
full committee is the petition favoring M
street for a crosstown road signed by
property owners on that street. The fact
that so many signatures could be secured
for that petition surprised a good many
members of the committee, as they supposed
the opposition would be too strong to have
so numerously signed a petition favoring
that route. It is not generally understood
I whether the signers of this petition are lo
cated on M street between 2ttthi and rf6th
streets In Georgetown, where the tracks
o' the Capital Traction Company are al
ready located, or on what part of M street
these signers reside or have property In
' terests. Opponent* of the Wi street route
are anxious to know more about the de
tails of the petition. ..
There appears no doubt that on the part
of the full committee there is today a very
strong tendency In favor of permitting the
Great Falls and Old Dominion company to
1 build a crosstown line. Whether or not
that feeling will be affected by any discus
sion that may take place in the committee
I is to be seen. __
MR. DENT HONORED.
| Employes of Office Pay Him a Parting
Tribute.
In the presence of the justices of the Su
preme Court or the District of Columbia,
| the employes of the office of the register of
wills this afternoon took formal and fitting
farewell of the retiring register, Mr. Louis
A. Dent. Mr. Dent was surprised by a
summons from his room to Uie main office,
and found gathered there the employes of
| the office and the members of the District
Supreme Court. On the judge's desk was a
handsome and costly loving cup of silver,
suitably inscribed.
Col. John R. Rouzer, the retiring deputy
register, speaking for his felfow employes,
paid a glowing tribute to Mr. Dfnt In his
personal and business capacity. ~
Mr Dent responded in a manner that
showed he was deeply toucfced at the un
expected treatment accorded him by the
court officials.
Dr. .M. J. Griffith, junior deputy recorder,
presented Colonel Rouzer with a mammoth
bouquet of roses as a token of the esteem
In which he is held by his associates.
Colonel Rouzer responded feelingly. Each
of the speakers was applauded*.
After the presentation remarks the jus
tices and others present shook hands with
the retiring officials and bade them good
^Xiorporal" James Tanner will subscribe
to the oath of office and assume the duties
of register of wills tomorrow- morning.
Companies Incorporated.
Certificates were filed today in the office
i of the recorder of deeds Incorporating the
following:
The Zlegler Remedy Company. Incor
porators, Henry A. Spilker, Harry Brugge
man and E. W. McCormiek; capital stock,
I 125.000.
1 The Pittsburg Cash Register Company.
Incorporators, Henry A. Spilker, Daniel
Bemhart and E. W. McCormiok; capital
stock, $200,000.
The American Mortar Brick Company,
capital stock, 1225,000. Incorporators, H. E.
Ferree, B. L. Mackay and E. W. McCor
mlck.
I There's No Time Mow to Talk Much
About An Easter Mat?Only Two Bays,
Our Millinery Department will show more pretty
Hats tomorrow than ever. We have continually added
new Hats to the stock, both of our own make and those
from the New York milliners, so that now, WHEN
THE EASTER BONNET IS MOST IN DEMAND,
we are prepared to supply every want. Perhaps you have
been DELAYED in the purchase of your Hat or have
not WANTED IT SOONER. In a store like this, where Hats are counted bv the thousands, a little
delay makes no difference. YOU CAN ALWAYS COUNT ON GETTING THE KIND OF HAT
YOU WANT, AND WHEN YOU WANT IT.
We Are Thoroughly
Prepared to Supply
Yoor Wants.
.00 Hats
FOB
EASTER
*8
.00 Hats f$
FOR
EASTER
!?>?
Hats
FOR
EASTER
12
Hats 1$
FOR
EASTKR
II
'.00 Hats
FOR
EASTER
Special!?50 Children's Trimmed Oats, Just in, $3 to $7.
t
The Bon M&rche Millinery Department,
Second Floor.
Splendid Friday Bargains
Ladies' Underniusliinis.
Every garment found a little soiled and muss
ed in this department will be put on Bargain Ta
bles tomorrow and reduced. Among them a lot
of high-gradfe Corset Covers, slightly soiled and
mussed. Worth $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00.
Choice, 68c.
Another Choice Assortment
worth up to 50c.
Including Maids' Caps,
Flannelette Kimonas, Chil
dren's Dresses, Aprons,
Gowns, Infants' Slips, Flan
nelette Sacques and Hand
knit Booties. Choice to
row, 17c.
This lot will also include the soiled and
mussed CORSET COVERS and Ladies' Muslin
Drawers worth up to 50c.
Choice
Tomorrow,
117c.
Bargain Table,
Third Floor.
Tape
Girdles,
% From the regular stock;
A sizes 18 to 22. ?5<-?
A worth 60c. Special.. ?5?J>t<a
Seersucker
Petticoats,
extra wide, fine quality,
with deep flare /[ (TJf.
flounce. Special u "^?a
:|Exceptional Bargains in Chil
c?
Sdren's Dresses & Washable Reefers.
Children's Pretty Gingham
Dresses, embroidery trimmed;
sizes 6 to 14 years. "5 (TJ)^
75c. values for <u) Vwo
Children's Pretty White In
dia Linen Dresses; deep yoke,
with bretelles; lace trimmed;
full sleeves. Sizes up to 14
years. Worth $1.^5.
Friday Bargain
price
Children's Pretty White
Washable Reefers, with deep
collar, embroidery trimmed;
sizes up to 3 years.
Friday Bargain
price
,98c.
,89c.
Infants*
Pretty
Mull
Caps,
In variety of
good styles.
3>C.
for
Choice.
Great Bargains in Men's Hose
for this Bargain Friday. 1,000 pairs of Men's
Fine Qualities in Black, Tan, Oxford Grays and
new Vertical Stripes.
Regular 115c. Hose tor HOc. Pair.
Ladies' White Cotton Vests.
Taped neck and arms, in medium and tl /Tt\ _
extra sizes. Worth 15c. Each 11 \U>C?
Ladies' Kid Gloves for Easter.
This is a splendid Glove Bargain in soft, pli
able stock. Two clasps, in white,
black and colors. All sizes. Special, 1= /r*v _
Pair .<? VC?
Ladies' Ready-to-wear Hats, $1.50.
That sell regularly at $2.25.
There are two pretty shapes in this lot;
made of mixed straw braid, trimmed in straw and
silk rosettes -;nd gold buttons. A very effective
hat at a very little price.
Untrlmmed Millinery Bargains.
Another lot of fine quality
Lace Hats, large and small
shapes, with folded chiffon
edges. In black $ tl
only. $3.50' values J1 .VO
Bunch of si* Crush Roses,
white, red, light blue, tea
color and three shades of
pink. Worth 39c. fl
Bunch 11 VC.
Large bunches foliage, worth 19c., for 10c. bunch.
Two Special Lots of Ribbons for
Bargain Friday Sale.
Tills Is an exceptional opportunity in
the Ribbon Department. 2,000 rolls of
fine quality Satin Taffeta Ribbons, 4
inches wide, for girdles, neckwear and
millinery purposes; black, white and all
the new spring shades; all regular 25c.
qualities.
Tomorrow, 17c. Yard.
100 rolls All
silk Fancy
Stripe Ribbons
?in all desira
ble shades.
Worth 15c.
110c. Yard.
Ladies' Striped Madras
Shirt Waists
in blue and white and black and white effects; full
front; large sleeves and stock collar.
79c. values, for
| Stylish Eton Suits,
Worth $115.00, $18.00 and $20.
Cat
ID) _
THESE ARE VERY HANDSOME
SPRING STYLES, IN PLAIN AND FANCY
FABRICS, COLLARLESS ETON JACKETS,
STRAIGHT FRONT, BRAID-TRIMMED,
PLEATED SKIRTS, REPRESENTING
THE VERY BEST RESULTS IN FIRST
CLASS TAILORING. A SUIT THAT YOU
WILL FEEL PROUD OF?JUST AS MUCH
SO THOUGH YOU SHOULD PAY $20.00
INSTEAD OF $10.79 ?THE PRICE TO
MORROW.
Bargains in
JEWELRY
DEPARTMENT.
Children's Fan and Chain; a very pretty Easter Novelty;
decorated and steel-spangled fans, with Ion* bead
chains, pink, blue and white. In pretty boxes for XriC
mailing ?
Ladles' Stylish Wrist Bags, In fine quality
black, tan and brown; smelling salts bottle, card
case and purse; 8-lnch frame. Regular ?2.00
bags
leathers;
$1.48
Other WTrist Bags front 4!k\ up. Including the ^ ^
new "Peggy from Paris" bags. Children's 30c. Metal fl B f
Wrist Bags * * *'?
Ladies' Spring
Jackets.
Tailor-made Covert Cloth
Jackets, stitched seams,
notch collar, turnover cuffs,
8 a 11 n lined,
some collarless
?worth $7.50.
Choice
$5.00
Fine Voile
Skirts.
Lot Ladies' Fine Voile
Dress Skirts, In blue and
black, taffeta silk bands
forming yoke
and flare, in
verted back.
Reduced to..
$5.98
Umbrella
Sale.
Men's and Women's 26
and 28-inch Umbrellas, hun
dreds of best handles, steel
rod. Paragon
frame; worth 11 II ?
$1.50. Choice.. U ? * y
Rain
Coats.
A very handsome line of
Rain Coats in Cravenetted
cloths, best
styles, v a -
riety shades.
'Special.....
Visit Bargain- Aisle Tomorrow?First Floor.
8 Tables Constantly Supplied with Desirable Things at Special Bargain Prices.
Easter Eggs.
Five barrels Candy Easter
Eggs, three sizes; all colors.
9c. Poland.
July)
3II 4=320 Seventh St,
Easter Candy.
Of every kind, underprlced,
at Candy Counter.
19c. pound for
20c. Candies.
2flc. pound for
49c. Candles.
DEATH OF COLORED LEADER.
Warren C. Coleman, Large Property
Owner, Passes Away.
The recorder of deeds, John C. Dancy, re
ceived this morning a telegram announcing
the death at Concord, N. C.. this morning
of Warren C. Colerr.&n, one of the best
Known colored men of this country. Speak
ing of him. Mr. Dancy* said Mr. Coleman
was In many respects the most remarkable
colored man of the south. Starting life as
a poor boy he determined to secure an edu
cation, and was for a time a student here
at Howard University. In his early man
hood he established a small store, his wife
furinshing the major part of the funds, and
from the very beginning he received the
support and encouragement of not only his
own race but also that of the white people
of his state. As his business Increased, he
entered the real estate business, and at his
death was the owner of more than 100
houses, not one of them being encumbered.
Mr. Coleman started the first cotton fac
tory In this country owned and operated
by colored people, and that factory is not
only running on full time, but every piece
of goods manufactured by It, Mr. Dancy
said. Is sold as fast as made. He built a
beautiful brick A. M. E. Zlon church, of
which denomination he was a member, and
presented it to the congregation. He was a
regular worshiper at this church. He also
-was one of the chief promoters of the col
ored state industrial fair held annually at
Raleigh, N. C., for the vast twenty-five
years.
HOLDS EXECUTIVE SESSION.
This Morning's M. E. Conference Meet
ing?Exercises Tonight.
Special Dispatch to The Evening Star.
BALTIMORE, Md., March 31.?This morn
ing's session of the Baltimore M. E. confer
ence, held at Fayette Street Church, was
devoted to an executive session, at which the
subjects of appointments and assignments
were discussed, but the action taken has
not yet been announced
Before, its meeting Bishop Foss addressed
the candidates for deacons' orders.
The Woman's Foreign Missionary 8ociety
celebrated Its anniversary. Mrs. A. H.
Eaton presided and delivered an interesting
address, and was. followed by Rev. George
H. Jones of 8eoul. Korea.
At the same time the eighth annual meet
ing of the laymen's association was held,
with George W. Swartzell presiding.
This evening the association will discuss
"The Time Limit." The missionary society
will hold an anniversary meeting at this
evening's meeting, when Rev. John F.
Goucber will deliver an address?"Unless
the Methodists Come to Its Rescue the
Woman's College of Baltimore Must Close
Its Doors."
In an address before the anniversary meet
ing of the board of education last night Dr.
Goucher made this statement: "Every one
of the trustees of the college lost some
thing by the fire, and that means that they
will not be able to give as much as they
have in the past. But 1 know that Metho
"For over nine year* I suffered with chronic con
ftlpatlou and dnrtng thla time I bad to takr an
Injection of warm water once every X4 hour* befora
I could bare ai. action on uiy bo we la. Happily I
tried Casi areta, and today I am a wail man. Dur
ing the nine years before I used Caacareta I aa(Tar
ed untold misery with Internal plies. Thanks to
yon I am free from all that tbla morning. *?>?
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