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Builds You Up
Cures Colds, Bronchitis,
Asthma, all throat and
lung troubles. No alcohol
or dangerous drugs.
: Women's Hair
: Made Glorious
Parisian Sas-e Stain Fallin? Hair i
and Dandruff 1
i a
i Nothing so detracts from the attractiveness
of woman as duli failed luster'.ess /
1 h*ir. . . i1
There is no excnae for this condition
nowadays, because notice is herehy given
1 to the readers o* The Kvetiing Star that
l' Parisian Sag" the quick-acting hair re- j
i' itonr. i- sold with a umti-v-hack guar- )
I antee a* ."(? -i-nts a large tmstle j
Since : t s -ltmdar: ion nto America 1
Pi:r sis r- _ i- had an iin.ense sale. )
ta-l heie '.v f
1 ft til Mi * t:.ilrjw j-- staltn n? ) a
i1 d' >r . " a; 1 ?
, I it I".:?' ? da .'r.-.rr !n two weeks. Sv kill- J ' >
,i tap tie- dardrsff germ. \ u
It srepa faliifjs h*Ir, i
i It t:n? itcUlsg of rue scair.. j
IT *V " ! ? Tiii Fl.Mi: SOFT -AND f i
; u xri> | {"
i It -i .uiv so the hair. ) i t
1 It is r.o; s i. fer or gre-js\V ] |
< It i? the .ia'ntl at mTTamed hair toalo. \ h
( 1- - e,: ideu.-ant-awl ia- g
j t^catlrg .:r. s-l g Siiade. . jP
i _ win offer: \ : O
I eoU nniVOrt"y 0t :'OUr |
. Anifiiffl bj Gfnxn ai frr. \ !
? .V V T'r.i I?;?T V 't r #? >
' II., on every package. Ja?. \ ' t
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1 O'lor.ii. ll Kbrrraateea it|
Speakers at District Democratic 1
Meeting Predict Victory.
Prwdicuor.s of democratic success were
tna/ie At u of rne District of Co
um'oia. I.-erno rati Association th
Raleigh Hotel is si n: _r ri* The ?pe: kers
were Fuller. R. Gore n and M. J. Brink.
A inter from J hn F. CVstello national J
iemocratic >mir.itt?-vRion f r- tH District,
extendi:... an invitation to the to- ^
?o elation to take part in the Wilson-i.far*a>li
rTifeet::. < ... KTOW night in Convention
H J5 a. to : -ke part in the par?<i-. a
preceding- th* meeting va? read h
Speecf Gov Wilson and William ?
Jennings !>;- a. were reproduced on the ^
phonograph. a
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Mrs. Vary H. Smith Dead. 5!
Word has been received in this city of
he death yesterday at M'lford. Conn., v!
>f Mrs. Mary H. Smith, who formerly ?
rpent her winters in Washington. Mrs.
Smith was at one time vice president gen- ol
sral of the D. A. R..?and was well known
ft mf m r?-ru nf t h-11 -: ? *1 - A,
? ~ v- mt?i -7i sawitauun III iriJS
tity. At one time she lived in the Cairo
ipartments and afterward resided at the ,
Cochran Hotel. sl
Bites for Dr. John ?. Toner.
Funeral services for Dr. John E. Toner. 'c
tor many years connected with the Gov- ^
irnment Hospital for the Insane, were
jeld at 9 o'clock this morning at the J
Church of the Holy Comforter, Rev.
Father Wheeler officiating. Interment '
?as In Mount Olivet cemetery.
Sy .? *?v ?-- ? ?; >
'l For the quick cure of eczetna. acne and >
1 all frkin disease*, nothing equals I'oslam. J
'l Eren its ov?T-ni?lit use is sufi.ieut to \
1 demonstrate how l
1 lulling stops with first application,
' Irritation is sulxliied. 1
< Burning skin soothed and comforted, 1
i Inflamed skin quickly cleared. 1
i Its healing process is rapid, improvement
lieing noted day by day until the
skin resumes normal color and condition.
I Salt rheum, barbers' aud all forms of itch,
1 rashes, plmpjes, etc., are quickly eradi- /
II cated. i1
POSLAM SOAP keeps the skin secure
> against infection and disease, improves 1
. its color and texture, soothes tender akin, J
makes complexions clear, bands soft. The ;
11 best shampoo far dandruff. \
' O'Dunneil's, Tsrhiffely's and Ogram's \
drug stores and all druggists sell 1'oslam
1, (price, 50 cents) and I*oslam Soap (price. '
1 25 rents). For free samples, write to the
Emergency I>at>orstories, 32 West 23th (
1 Street. New York City. {
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Bounder's Great Run.
Next to Lahore the sensation of th<
unning was Bounder, who was one o
:he four long shots, the other three beinj
Carlton G.. Sir John Johnson and Hilari
ius. Badly outrun in the first half mile
Sounder, formerly owned by Col. Ra
5arr, the Baltimore turfman, slowlj
vorked his way up on the outside, round'
ng the far turn, and then in a furioui
Irive down the stretch was beaten b:
tnly a small margin.
Lahore, like Bounder, was slow to ge
joing, and it was not until the back
stretch was well covered that he movec
lp to an advantageous position. Bnterinj
;he stretch for the final dash, he gradu
illy forged ahead, and from that tim<
>n Jockey Butwell applied all his scienct
o keep in front.
The Manager, owned by Thomas C
klcDowell, was given an impost of 12i
>ounds to carry,.and the weight was t0(
nuch for the winner of the Inaugural
Satlimore and Washington handicap? t<
arry to the front. But the son of Voter
n his last try for the rich purse, was
vearing tne leaders down at every stride
Se ran a splendid race.
The horses got away with a good break
tnd approaching the first turn Sir Johi
Tohnson and Hilarious were in the lead
iVorth was running third, and the othei
lorses pretty well up, except old Super
tition. At the six-furlong pole the twr
eaders began to fall back, and thei;
daces were taken by youngster horses
'"horn then on it was a mad dash for th<
Roses Enough for All.
A large bunch of American beauties
ras presented to the owner of Lahore
nd they were carried away by Trainei
limons. After Jockey Butwell 1 ?.c
weighed in he was g.ven two of them bj
lie of the stewards. Just as Simons was
a n-r :he judges stand he met McDow
n I he latte: congratulated the foric:
he victory. Tiureupon Simons
- i . - f: m the bunch and handed
hem to McDowell,
i'i.v la:,--.-J r wc of the meet was on
- . g taw ijr ?1aV Se-ts in the
; arantand 1 advantageous standing
Mti n:s cve.d.-'-k'.ng the track in front
f the grandstand were at a premium
";.e bett.r.g ring ' packed, -nd the
cramble to get wagers down resembled
foot ball rush. hive rybody appeared
food-nntared and did not mind a poke
n th*- :i'.'S ihi si ec.ilaior ii-ide a
ring for the nearest hook.
Pre . ding the running e.-rnts th re
o re two burn s:- rac and the spectuera
were treated to some rare sport by
ust nag^. Shortly before the vug.c
o-nde-i for the opening, dash there was
paraue in front' of the grandstand c:
r.ze-winn:ng horses and live stock. It
.as a grand spectacle, and the animals
; pea red to deserve the ribbon; they
ported. In tr.e meantime the horse
how classes were being judged in the
tr.g on the other side o: the track.
Pf-rrv the Noblest Roman.
^ - Between
two of the vLr:ts thc Rarr.an
ve.:t was :te:d, and it'was won by Priate
Perry, who also was first n the
ther days. Clarke was second end Wye
third, and there wa- en a Is-. n The
iith Cavalry also gave a drilling exfadbi;on,
and after the l^si ev_ui waa cunsted
the spectators ie?: v.H. ; j. d for
eir afternoon at Laurel Park
There wa a killing made un Dr. R. L.
v> n^tr ... r..e st.ond race. He o- t..ed
t 21' to 1. and it v.as not long before
e was bacacd do?vn. l'he wise jne.- ie
-embered the race th.s horse ran at
lavre de G.a^e. when he was nosed out
t 100 to 1. Swarenger had the post
este day ani led all the way.
Another long shot to come over was in
ie first event, when Latent, paying Jf> to
scored. It was no; long ago that this
ourigster ran th.rd, paying 4 to 1. Faori
es carried off three events. They
ere Henry Hutchinson in the fifth; CI.ft
dge in the last and Ivabel in the third.
The opening event was for two-yearIds
and the distance was five and a half
jrlongs. There were fourteen entered
nd one scratched. Early Light was the
uling favorite, but play was brisk on
lany of the others to win, place and
How. Big Dipper and Latent set the
irly pace and it was not until rounding
ie far turn that Latent managed to
aake off Thesieres and assume the lead.
In the drive to the wire Latent held out
mg enough to stall off Garden of Allah
nd got the decision by a head The faorite
was closing rapidly and was a
This Must h
( ? IVe GcT A SOF T
*3^6 MOco. I'M
For. th? bull. fvoose p?\r.t
* ser *3 for ?vgr.> no*!
I brim^ to tug "Poll*>
MOu< AfH^ eL?cr(0N ^
James Rowe's Gelding Firs
Home in Grand National.
World's Mark Nearly Equaled
Bounder and The Manager Try
Hard for Victory.
I^AUREL, Md., November 1.?Lahore
hp fmlr.vou r-nM r?hoctnnt craldiTiar nnmoc
* J */*U Vi?VOV#?m, V *? iiW
>y James Howe, trained by Albert Si
nons and ridden by Jockey Buowell, woi
he American Grand National handicap
vith its purse of $.",000, yesterday a
^aurel. The distance was a mile and a?
ighth and Lahore made a new track rec
>rd. His time was 1.50 3-5. The pre
'ious mark, 1.51 4-5. was made by Th<
In addition to that feat Lahore cami
vithin three-flfths of a second of equal
ng tihe world's record and did equal tin
lext best mark. Vox Populi, carrying 11'
>ounds, ran the distance in 1.50 at Lo:
Angeles December 19, 1908. Charles Ed
card, who shouldered 12(1 pounds, wen
>ver the route at a New York track ii
chore's time July 16, 1907.
Without taking any glory from Lahore
>raise also must be showered upoi
3ounder, who was a head back of th<
vinner. and The Manager, who was Jus
l neck away. It was this pair's las
rrand effort in the final sixteenth tha
nade Lahore exert all his energy to ge
o the wire first. The distance separat
ng them was so short that, althougl
hey do not get credit for the time, the!
,'irtually equaled it.
- j: &
1 | Am Extremely Fi
' [ of 1,000 Crisp,
11 Actual Values, $4?00 E
. | J Great Sale Tomorrow f
' tl ) They're ma<le of finest CHIFF(
il NETS in the season's most charmi
g Robespierre effects. Another waisl
2 i greatest waist department.
| ) WAISTS are in til- WAISTS are in
| ) lored as well as mannish shirt and
t; ; elaborately trimmed tailored styles, many
X: i styles. Black, blue with Robespierre
It* i and brown. Styles collars. Black, blue,
i up to the minute In brown ud white;
every particular. also strip^ effects.
| Washington
a S Ami Enormous Pu
| Sample Stocks of I
A + +
8 :1 style and beauty of each indiv
! | !* open tomorrow morning. Thi
! I | Be here early and get the firsl
i |,m.
^have the won
* *j* ceivable styl<
in this wonde
j 1*1 tha* we are
j | j Children's $6.9?
; I ;: Sale Tomorrow
3 I <; Sizes 4, 6 an
; g '' Neat boyish styles of bl
I** double-breasted, have two p
i leather belts. Well lined anc
$5 Coats $2.98 $4 C?a
i This lot consists of Gray
twelve pretty little Coats, Na
i coats for children, of Coats and
11 white corduroy; dou- Coats, fc
1 ble-breasted; fastened dou-ble-bre
/ at side; roll collars and roll c
i and cuffs; kid belts ous style
and pearl buttons. from; siz
j Sizes 2, :? and 4 years.
i . ?
length back of the Garden. Thesieres
was outgamed for show money.
A bumh of three-year-olds and up, all
nn.nr' nnorc at t mooting wpnt tn thft
| ?? i?*ilV.4 tr " l Viiv v*?? ?V ....
! ve-furlong rost in the second race. Bed- ,
j well's Madman was looked upon as he
j favorite, but 'here were lots o' money to
i so down rn Fo~d Hpart and others Dr. <
| R 1.. Swarenger had the rail and out- ;
i ^-oke h:s field He shook off Madman ,
J wb< o tb !a'*e?- bad rballenged and drew
jaway In ?he In.t furlonr *o win by half a
j lent f o: Jacir Nunnal'y. who out- '
a:: d the tiring Madman by a neck. i
First Favorite to Win. 1
Ivabel was the first favorite of the af- j
terr.oon to win Rose Queen was away i
first and Ivabel in close pursuit The ]
former was ra~ed Into submission apT
'caching tbe far tu-n nd ti r"after
Ivabel drew away int<. a. <-om v.aniir.g ]
led B'. Bay fi.rd bed w ith a rush and
beat Rose Queen to place by half a
length J
A ton of money went in on Henry
Hutchinson i". the fifth race, and this !
' .t: ughbred male good by win- ,
r in 1. scd by *hre> en-t s from j
Anavri he mi e and s ve ty-yard
)' Km v a? h ..f 1 ng:h back ]
of Anavri. This ho so w s laic getting ]
to 'he paddock, md t g ve those who i
s v. ;n; come in a hunch. and if they <
followed It tthey won some money. * | '
*: Kdge .v ^ the eve. -monty favor- <
ite :n the closing race of the day. and ]
the distance was the same as ,n the fifth.
Col. Ashm.eadt set the early >ace, but (
soon played out, and the fav rite moved s
up and won easily. Donall MacDonald
was a contender all the t me and he <
placed by a nose in front of War Horn. <
The colored jo key, Bruce, rode Donald i
MacDonaid and his element cleaned up. j
"W f P ncced as Common Carriers, i
J By order of the interstate commerce J
| commission, fifty-seven tap lines oper- j
ated in the south and southwest, particularly
in Louisiana, are held to be merely 1
I plant facilities of lumber companies. 1
! They are declared not to be entitled to c
i the privilege of common carriers or to t
j receive allowances or divisions of rates j
j from the trunk lines. Attorneys for the i
j tap lines have urged for months that c
i such an order be issued. They purposed
I to procure a legal hold upon it to carry I
1 it through the courts to final adjudica- t
| tion. i
lave Been Fin
rDNS *0<v\e*TSlR. I \
X Just HSHRD ^ou sat *oy
\ "DiD HOT intend TO TOT !
* AFTER- SON'T yoo
rw 6N DiD THAT( THIS R?A"5
i. J I glorious coumtivi or .
' ( ours - ere
:"E "KIN Q-s'""?1
intimate Purchase
aclho In a $1.98
ng designs. High or low necks, also
L sale that will do credit to the city's
WAISTS are gor- are all-over embroidgeously
trimmed ered. Most beautlwith
silk braids, fully designed. Thej
with net between have Telvet bowa
chiffon and lining. with long ends.
Silk lapels and lace White only. MarvelJabot.
Black, blue ously beautiful modand
brown. els.
's Most Sens;
rchase off Highest Ch
^ew York's Most Noted J
irhial model there woiilH he a 1
s is one of those never-to-be-forj
t choice, for they won't last lonj
ts of Finest Vclou
s Velvet Mats
et Tam-o'-shanter
and beautiful styles. Never befor
tien of this city been so fortunate as t
iiuch real style and beauty at such ai
rice as is quoted above. Every con
? that could be wished for is to be ha<
srfully large and varied collection; ani
irough our superior buying facilitie:
enabled to offer such remarkable val
$3.00 values on sale tomorrow for 98c
i Coats on Ff
for . . o iCT)
d 8 (Q!/
ue or gray chinchilla. They're
?ockets, roll collars anc^ paten'
I well finished.
is $2.98 CMMren's ?|
Chinchilla |
I'V Corfinrnv if-JT *711f ^ J.
I Red Cloth
>r children; . Nobby little styles
as ted Miinr m corduasteo,
sailor roy bearskin, velvet
ollars; vari- arid plush. Many are
s to select trimmed with feather
es 6 to 8 fancies. Black, navy,
taupe, gray, etc.
The spirit of Halloween was ever:
where in evidence last night in Anaco
tia. and many meetings in eelebratic
of the event were held. In the Garde
Memorial Presbyterian Church the s<
ieties of that congregation held a ma
:uerade and entertainment. In the paris
hall of Emmanuel Episcopal Church tl
members and friends of the choir he'
a social, and grotesque figures were :
evidence there. Mrs. Jeane Hoopes wj
in charge of the affair at the Presbyti
rian Church, while Arthur L. Simpsc
had charge of the choir social.
In the assembly hall of St. Teresa
Parochial School, on V street, the Oct<
er dance of the Young Men's Club wt
-iven. Fifty couples were in attendam
here, and dancing kept up until a lal
At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. S. 3
Pillius, Nichols avenue. Congress Height
a card party was held, the proceeds <
which are to be used for the Episcop*
Home for Children in Anacostia
The Sunday school class of Mrs. J. 1
Black of the Congress Heights Methodis
F.?ii?rr>r?i! Church also held a social la:
light ,n the. Sunday school room of th
church. In the Baptist Church at Eas
Washington Heights the Christian Er
ieavor Society conducted an entertair
n nt.
The Misses Chonstrom entertained
company of friends at their home o
shannon place.
Salem Lodge, No. 22, Independent Oi
ler of Odd Fellows, held a meeting las
ivening in Masonic Hall, and repori
ivere presented in regard to the genera
neeting of all the lodges in the Distrii
:o he held in Odd Fellows' Hall, Was!
ngton. November 19. It is desired a
:hat time to admit 1.000 candidates int
he order, and the local lodge is makin
jvery effort to present its quota fit ai
Special services in commemoration c
til Saints' day were held this morning i
Immanual Episcopal Church, when th
ector. Rev. \V. G. Davenport, was i
barge. The holy communion was celc
mated. At St. Teresa's Church specia
nasses were celebrated at <? and 8 o'clocl
["his evening a service is to be held in th
rhapel of Emmanual Church.
Charles P. Donovan, wh> died ,at th
Emergency Hospital Wednesday, wa
>uried this afternoon from an undertak
ng establishment on 11th street southeai
negan Jeff
fuQcx BACK.
pofc thi?} cc
, ?Bullets, n
f BUT \ tifenT MI**
I file TH.fc COUNT
T I But one M
Vjr# ^TCr
i I; WasMngton's Best Bo'
!' ifim n Only a store with such
( WTJ as we enjoy could offer sue
V\ h values as you'll find in our
i [in] row. Every dependable q<
i Kjp' every size, correctly fitted t
following wanted kinds:
( ) ETC. Every color?white, 1
I i 810816 Sev
- <s tmxmmtxmmttmmtmmmmtmmmw
ational Millinery
iss Models, the Entire Floo
Wanumfaic tin re n
ICEST STYLES. If we could picti
housand women here for them whe
gotten millinery events that happen
j at such ridiculously low prices.
r Genuine Silk ?c!y
Wflrtl Every Penny of $
S $1:2
Here is absolute maximum style
price. What a day Saturday will be
e nery Department with such an offer
O Q llthantin at vlAa f at? f o 11 a m rl a1 1 or Vi ti*
v?*vi?biv> ivo AUI AU>*A ate uetiguii
n in this wonderful collection. You c
be greatly surprised when you see t
i the very newest, charming and becom
i fully in evidence. They're made of tl
than $5.00, but the most worth $6.00
' morrow for $1.95.
1 Famous "Forrest
!' For Woirneini, Mas
WEAR, % wool, also silk and
1 wool; gray and white; /to <1 A A
I all sizes. Special, a c$> 11 oHJ/U
^ i| garment
weight and heavy fleece
, \ lined; long and short sleeve vests;
' \ knee or ankle length E?A/-?
1 drawers. Special, a gar- <5>vU/<L'
(Extra sizes, 65c.)
weight, high or low neck,
) long or short sleeves; /to <1 /n\A
| knee or ankle length. 11
} Special, each
(Extra sizes, $1.25.)
Donovan was a familiar figure about
the streets of Washington as a peddler
of chewing gum. He had no relatives in
jr. the District, but his kinsmen in Harrington,
Del., have been notified of his death.
Anacostia Council. Xo. 1(5, Junior Order
,n of United American Mechanics, will hold
;n a brief meeting Tuesday night in Ma[)
sonic Hall.
s. George O. Walson and family of Manle
' View avenue and Mr. and Mrs. Simon
1 Bube of the same avenue expect to close
'e their homes here shortly for the winter.
Id Rev. and Mrs. Samuel W. Graffiin. the
in former pastor of the Anacostia Methodist
Episcopal Church: Mr. and Mrs. Charles
F Linger and Mr. and Mrs Samuel R.
Campbell were in Baltimore vesterdav to
?n attend the missionary exposition held in
that city and known as the World in
s Baltimore.
:e ?
te Chief Wilkie Reports Decline in
J- Counterfeiting in Country.
>f The annual report of John E Wilkie,
il chief of the secret service, shows that
p for the fiscal year ended June 30 there
^ was a decrease in counterfeiting, due, th?
;t chief thinks, to prosperous condition?
le and plenty of work.
Chief Wilkie states that the history of
counterfeiting shows that "good times'
is marked by a decline in the activity of
a criminals who specialize in counterfeitn
ing. Ther" were 324 counterfeiters arI
reetort Hn*. Inc ths vaar as aeainst 410 in
> the previous fiscal year.
[I Services to He Held Tomorrow at
? St. Paul's Catholic Church.
>- Funeral services for Mrs. Maria M. McGinness
of 1427 Florida avenue nortnwest
'n will be held at St Paul's Catholic
ie Church, 15th and V streets northwest, at
n 10 o'clock tomorrow morning". Burial
will be in Mount Olivet cemetery.
* Mrs. McGinness was born in this city
e seventy-nine years ago and resided here .
all her life. She is survived by her five j
e children, Mrs. Margaret McG. Brown,
>,s Miss Alice McGinness, James P. McGin- <
;- ness, Mrs. C. F. Young of Brooklyn, N. j
s. Y., and Miss M. Loretta McGinness. ]
t .
r ackled S
g"RANT f OH .SIR-:
G. You "DON'T
i\rjTurrt ^Voueo
l ME J
D VJ iC. MOVAl V. *
CfclSlS*. I -L
liar Gloves Are Eere! J
superior buying facilities y. |
:h remarkable dollar glove WH f
Glove Department tomor- NjN h I
lolittr <ir dttflicn li ll 'i II \
KCkltvj , V* CI J OVJ ttcii vu*v*? njili II I I
md fu.ly warranted, in the Y I ) ,
>Iack, tan, brown, etc. ( \
?? ??? ? !
?xniiimnii:niiimiimiii>iiiiiiiniiiiiiiitt <
enth Street. l|
CqIQ |l Ano
ure here the ? X
:n the doors ? \
sleeve vests; ankle length ^/Hv '
drawers. Special, a gar- <3)\U/(S
(Extra sizes, 65c.)
ribbed, half wool; high neck, long
sleeves; ankle length; a
drop seat. Special, 11 oHjllUl
(Misses' sizes, SI.25.) (J
Tenth Anniversary of Dr. Smith's
Rectorship to Be Observed.
Rev. Dr.* C. Ernest Smith's tenth anniversary
as rector of St. Thomas' Episcopal
Church is to be observed Sunday at
the church. The indebtedness of tbe parish
when Dr. Smith became rector was
*72,500. and at the anniversary services
announcement is to be made t..at it has
been reduced to $2,800.
At the morning services at 11 o'clock
thA fnllAUDn > mitciMl nwvorvm ?H11
?? < < ^ *? AAA Uv
given: Processional hymn, "The Church's
One Foundation," Aurelia; Kyrie in A,
Elvey; "Gloria Tib:," Gounod; hymn >>72,
"Blest Be the Tie That Bin ;? Fann s;
sermon by the rector, text: NamV-:.- 1 :;>5;
offer tor ium, "O Pray for the Pea -e of
Jeiusa.em," J. C. Knox; hymn ; 'Draw
Nigh and Take the Eody of tae Dord,"
Lammas; Sanctus, Tucker; hymn 225,
"Bread of the World, ' Hodges; "Glor.a
n Excelsis," old chant; processions,
iymn f?SO, "Christ for the World "We
Sing,'' Kirby Bedon.
i >r. Smith asks:
That the day be observed as rally day
in cHurch and Sunday school, when every
person under the spiritual care of the
rector of St. Thomas' Church reports by
his or her presence (or by letter if unavoidably
absent) that this spiritual relationship
is acknowledged.
That generous offerings oward paying
off the church's retraining indebtedness
(now about $3,u00) be made by
all believers in the work which the
church is doing and who are minded to
set forward that work by personal effort
and personal sacrifice.
Rev. C. Herbert Reese is curate of the
The wardens are Brig. Gen. G. A.
Woodward, U. S. A., and Melville Church.
The vestry, the rector, Chairman ex officio;
the senior warden. Gen. Woodward;
the junior warden, Mr. Church;. Brig.
Gen. John M. Wilson, U. S. A.: John C.
Davidson, Chief Justice H. M. Clabaugh,
T. W. Noyes, Brig. Gen. John A. Johncfnn
A 13 Proncho uf P T I^nll on/1 T/>
oiuii, x . v_ i ^ iiciia n , v> u . uv i i aiiu uu"
seph E. Thropp.
Stories by Leo Crane and Sewell Ford
and articles by W. G. Robinson and Augustin
MacHugh in our next Sunday j
Magazine. Mr. Robinson writes ,of ' The
Children's Century," and Mr. MacHugh
in "The Job of Jobs" tells how he placed
bis first play.
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| Men's Wool Swea
\ /ffc rv rv Tt F H a
I $2.wu values ait .
Enormous purchase of Swt
Kennedy & Yund" manufacture
anteed to wash. Two side pock
for men and youths.
25c Neckwear, 112}4c.
Beautiful new colorings in allsilk
four-ln-hand ties; hundreds of
pretty designs to choose from.
39c Suspenders, 25c.
Made of good durable webbings
hi neat striped patterns, kid ends
and gilt buckles. Regular and extra
ther Tremendous f
^Actual Values j
\ From tn =
6 and $6
i at minimum * * * * IjV' *|j|| ^3
s in our Milli- | | W
ully expressed *{* *j* wr<
an prepate to *t* *t*
hese hats, for *?
ling styles are J*
he finest qual- *t* *:*
ine worth less
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lills" Underwear <
?e? amd Children <
extra heavy weight; high neck, j
long sleeve vests; ankle <== =? (
i length drawers. Special, /} (D^C j
a garment
wool: high neck, long i
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$3(Q)P Tomorrow
| Only a remarkably fortun;
Newest Fall Suits greatly un
augurate this great sale Saturt
suits in fashion's latest models
I ing-in price just when you ex
I indeed extraordinary to the f
I There is such diversity of st^
l| description, but suffice to say
| ion's realm is fully represented
| lie Colors. T
Black, Navy, VL B
Gray, Brown, I I
Two-toned and B B
Multicolored Effects.
$20 and
i $25 values. None Sent
j Nemo Cor
i $3 to
, No woman once fitted in th
1 is ever satisfied with any other
! Don't Wear a Nei
1 ?unless you are willing to sto
| others.
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that the Nemo alone can give,
do, and don't know it.
Come and talk it over with
We'll try to give you a bet
more comfort than you've ever h;
At tb3 End of the Rainbow.
The Plain Facta.
Mrs. Nemesis was tell.n me of a peculiar
thing: that happened to her sister's
husband. Mr. Junixer, a few days ago.
suid M: s. Quigway.
"I don't care a continental what happened
to her wife's husband, or to he
husband's wife, or anybody else," protested
Quigway. "You're mikin- a regular
pract.ce of boring me to .eath 3r.d
spoiling my evenings with your everlast.ng
yarns, and I wish you'd cut it out "
"Oh, very well I'm ure my only o >ject
in telling you the neighborhood os
sip is to amuse you, and if you don't
appreciate my efforts I won't say a word
Most husbands are only too anxious to
have the:r wives tell them such news rs
hey pick up, but you say someth.n
m< an and savage every time I open my
mouth, so after this I'll have nothing to
say. Mr. Juniper used to be a grea
friend of yours when he lived next door,
and I should think you'd be anxious to
hear about his unfortunate experience. I
never had the same respect for h.m that
you had. His eyes didn't match, one
being green and the other blue, and when
you see a man whose eyes don't match
you may be sure he'll bear watching.
'You insisted upon buying our coal of
?im, and I felt sure he wasn't giving us
ny more than 900 pounds to the ton,
but you laughed me to scorn and said
he was the squarest man on earth Then
Mr. Diadem bought a ton of coal of him.
ana, suspecung tnat it was short weight,
had it taken to me official city scales and
found that it was several hundred pounds
short, and he had Mr. Juniper arrested,
which served him right.
"I remembered this when Mrs. Nemesis
told me of his trouble, and I hadn't much
sympathy for him. You see, Jie had quite
a sum of money in the bartk. He had
been saving it up to buy a farm, where
he hoped to spend the rest of his life;
not that his hopes ever would be realized,
for when a town man goes to farming
he is sure to make a mess of things.
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t | sir., but
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:atcrs of the famous und, |
Extra heavy weave, guar- i; |
ets; pearl buttons. All sizes )
$11.00 Underwear, 59c. j i
The famous "Wooltexur" fleeoe ;
lined underwear for men. gray
mottled silk faced, all sizes, shirts :
and drawers.
Men's Half Hose, 5 2 i i
Of the well known "Economy" >
brand, most serviceable hose on the / ;
market. Black, tan and navy. All )
sizes. '
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'urchase of f !
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. |
ite purchase of a large lot oi *\ i
iderpriced permits us to in- ;
iay. To be able to purchase V
and materials at a great sav- V '
pect to pay regular prices is y j
ullest meaning of the word, y : i
/les that we cannot attempt y 5
Viof hi'hftr i/4 oi in J
kiiai v* vi j iiv w iuva in ?
Materials. :::ji
C Wh ipcords,
Serges, Diagonals, ? :i;
Cheviots, Broad- I
cloth, English and ** !i;
Scotch Mixtures. ?? iii
i $20 and $25 val- Hi;:
C. O. D. ues. t
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sets i;!
le right Nemo j
p wearing all !' I
corset sendee lil'i/\\ '! It
Maybe YOU j&A Vlt
our Nemo ex- jSL I II \ |
ter shape and
ad. * ni ) i
We had a sad experience in our own
"Weil do I remember how my father
-aved and skimped for years and years
to buy a farm, and finally he bought it
and we all moved out there. Father
knew so little about farming that it took
him two days to get the harness on a
team of horses, and then he had the
breeching around the!r necks, and when
he hooked them to a waron they ran
away and for years afterward we were
iiiwtys "rtd.ng pieces of that wagon in
' v pec ted places. The neighboring
"timers used 'o come to our place and
sit; around under the trees watching
father make the wilderness blossom as
the rose, and they always said it was
better than goin^ to the circus.
'But it's lust as bad when a farmer
c< me.s to town to earn a living. My
mot ei's brother. Uncle Joshua, was a
most succ. ssful 'armer. Evervthing he
r.--; y> * V* ' - "
...r I-, l. -. i i ;u nwi into money, an<l
he should have been contented and
happy. but he v as de'ermined to come
to tow n and run a restaurant. He had
four big. strong daughters, and his wife
wa= a good cook, and he figured that the
familv could run a restaurant without
ha- iig to hire outside help, and thus
could clear a lot of money. Well, it's
one thine cook ng for a farm home, and
anothe thin cooking for a restaurant,
and before Aunt Janet had been at it a
week she had an attack of vertigo or
fever and ague, or blind staggers, or
something. Anyhow, she shook so that
the stovepipe fell down, and they had
to carry h<::* to bed, where she stayed
for three weeks
"Thr n Uncle Joshua had to hire a cook,
and this cook was a confirmed inebriate,
and she broke most of the dishes; and
then Laura, the oldest girl, eloped with
a stranger who was sell.ng condition
powders, and Sallie, the next girl, came
to the conclusion that she was too good
to work in a hash mill, and Jennie went
to a roller skating rink and broke her
leg, and poor Uncle Joshua was so desperate
he took to drink.
"But this hasn't anything to do with
what Mrs. Nemesis was telling me "
"I realize that," interrupted Quigway.
with a shriek of bitter laughter. "It
hasn't anything to do with anything in
the earth or the waters under the earth.
Just go and sit on the back porch and
tell the rest of It to the moon and let
me read my newspaper."
Because of diphtheria in several families
in that locality, the Lancaster, Va..
TT! ? *
n:gn ocnuoi nas oeen ciosea.
"Bud" Fisher
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