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TO OPEN SESSIONS Five State Dental Groups Will Meet Here on Sunday. Outstanding among the cliniciana who will speak before the Five State Dental Clinic, meeting for four day* beginning Sunday at. Wardman Park Hotel, will be Dr. E. C. Rosenow of the Mayo Foundation. Rochester, Minn. Dr. Rosenow's work in the prevention of infantile paralysis is internationally known. Dr. Marion W. Falls, general chair man of the clinic, announces that Dr. Rosenow recently has perfected a pre ventative serum for infantile paralysis ,which will arrest the progress of the disease when used in the early stages, and that the clinician will discuss the results of his study while here. Dr. Rosenow is the first speaker acheduled for the clinic, his talk on “The Impor ta r\f P/v»ol Tnfantinn oc DpIqTpH Luncheon. California State Society, Raleigh Hotel. 1 p.m. Dance. Young Democrats of Amer ica. Wardman Park Hotel. 10 p.m. Dance. Phi Chi Fraternity, Shore ham Hotel. 9 p.m. Dance. Home Owners' Loan Corp.. Shorehom Hotel. 10 p.m. Banquet, sigma Alpha Epsilon Fra ternity. Mayflower Hotel, 7:30 p.m. Dinner. White House Correspond ents' Association.'Willard Hotel, 7:30 p.m. Meeting. Biological Society of Wash ington. Cosmos Club. 8 p.m. Dance. University Club of Wash ington. Fifteenth and I streets, 5 p.m. Banquet. Girl Scouts of Camp May Blather. Y. W. C. A.. Seventeenth and K streets. 6 p.m. Supper dance. Resettlement. Admin istration. Broadmoor Hotel. 10 p.m. Danre. East Washington Commu nity Center, Eastern High School Au ditorium. Seventeenth and East Cap itol streets. 8:30 p.m. Card and bingo party. Matrons and Patrons of '35. O. E* S.. 1326 Massa chusetts avenue. 8 p.m. Banquet and dance. North Dakota State Society, Continental Hotel. 7 p.m. Speed Limit* Opposed. Removal of *11 speed limits for mo tor trucks is advocated In Scotland. SCIENTIFIC REPORT FAVORS BRAN Believes Common Constipa tion* Safely Read this statement, taken from kn article in the Journal of the American Dietetic Aeeoeiation, pages 138-134, Nov., 1932: “The inclusion in the diet of a •mall portion of bran . . . would caem a very practical way of get ting fiber which is not likely to be disintegrated. This bran has th# additional advantage of furnishing a considerable amount of vitamin B and of readily available iron." Exhaustive tests, over a period ef five years, have proved Kellogg’s All-Bran to be a safe, effective way to correct constipation due to Insufficient “bulk" or fiber in meals. It is accepted by the American Medical Association Committee on Foods for this purpose. Tou will enjoy this pleasant way to prevent the dangers of constipa tion. You can eat Kellogg’s All BRan as a cereal with milk or e*eam. Or cook into delicious breads and muffins. Usually two tablespoonfuls apices daily are enough to protect your family from common constipation.* Serve All-Bran ftfularly for regu larity. Sold by all grocers. Made by Kellogg in Battle Seek. •OHutipaliou *m t» OmmJMmU "hMf r i - --- ■ ■' . V. ..: Here for Clinic I)R. E. C. ROSENOW Of the Mayo Foundation in Rochester, Minn. WILL DURANT FU SrtAK BEFORE JEWISH FORUM ••What Are We Facing in the United State* Todayf Will Be Topic Discussed. Discussing a new topic, "What Are We Faring in the United States To day?", Will Durant, nationally known author and lecturer, will be the guest speaker in the National Forum of the jpwi.sn v/oiniiiumiy y^rnw-i ouimaj night, at. 8:IS o'clock. He will be Introduced by Louis Ottenberg, chairman of the forum. The lecture will be open to the public. It was arranged under the direction of the Educational Committee of the Jewish Community Center, comprising Simon Hirahman, chairman, Harry Bernton, Dr. Abram Simon, David Wiener. Abe ShelTerman, Jeanne Per ton and Mrs. I. Kahn. Reservations for Dr. Durant's talk are being made at the Center, Six teenth and Q streets. F‘‘I enjoy the *pc<*d and com- 1 fort of traveling In TWA'* ■ i luauriou* Dnujrla* Skyliner*." h MISS IRENE DUNNE-RRO Star g "I’ve had A,non flying hours. That makea nearly a million milea of traveling by air.” CARTAIR. A. 6. RAMSON FASTEST SERVICE TO CHICAGO AND THE WEST _ Now low faros to all wO'torn cities. vl» connecting olrlino , to Pittsburgh For all travel Information: Ifni National Pros- Bldg Tol. National 14.M. Night Tolophono. Na tional 7010 or 2171. TRANSCONTINENTAL A WESTERN AIR, INC. - — ___:__ Bf get! FITS t f owners! tl. ast! This r scuit, in- V French's a it to you! V irolective -M I'KIU I M«I. »(uiucua uiguaiion, stirs m the appetite And tones up thecana- yj ry’s system. It supplies J vitamin* that prolong life F and gives canaries extra protection against colds. 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Were $3.50 to $5-- $2.69 3 7$ PAJAMAS; celanese; plain with self jacquorded [effects. Were $6.50--$2.98 J * Final Sale! Hart Schaffner & Marx and Raleigh SUITS, TOPCOATS and OVERCOATS Were 830 and 833 THIS sweeping, decisive re-grouping and repricing is done ■ to effect swift and final clearance of every remaining Fall and Winter garment! $30 and $35 Hart Schaffner Cr Marx and Raleigh Suits, Overcoats and Topcoats at $24.85 are BARGAINS in any man's language ... But these are particularly good because they're right from our own stocks, which are never permitted to grow old. The fabrics are all wool .. . the patterns and models are aM smart and up to the minute . . . and the tailoring is by the greatest makers in America. INVEST and SAVE on clothing for future needs! WHAT AN OPPORTUNITY! i . - j ■ ■ ■ _ A GROUP OF $25 AND $30 SUITS, $<| Q.85 * • TOPCOATS AND OVERCOATS AT | O r $35 and $40 c Hart Schaffntr & Marx and Italaigh SUITS, TOPCOATS AND OVERCOATS *29“ S $40 and $45 Hart Schaffner fir Marx and Ralaigh^ SUITS, TOPCOATS* I AND OVERCOATS I *34 85 j *: mat ■Jmmmmm-, ■ ■ t! * r split.wit. $50 AND $60 Hart Schaffnar fr | Marx and Ralaigh I SUITS, TOPCOATS | AND OVERCOATS . $30 85 ftssessw a tpmsans* r Use Your Charge Account Or Open One Now! Any salesperson will be glad to take your application Pay in 30 days or use our Extended Payment Plan ... 4 months to pay . . . no down payment ... no interest charges. V ■ t • PARKING SERVICE AT OUR CURB—Private Chauffeurs to take your car and return it • RALEIGH HABERDASHER^ o A l . • -i a a » cn a i . r Health” to be delivered at 10 o'clock Monday morning. In the infantile paralysis epidemic In 1926. Dr. Rosenow was called to Debuque. Iowa, where as a result of his work, this city awarded him $5,000. which he gave to the University of Minnesota to be used in research. In 1934 he was summoned to the epi demic in St. Louis. Mo., and in 19.35 he worked in Havana. Cuba, during an Infantile paralysis epidemic. More than 2.000 dentists from the District. Virginia. Maryland. Delaware and North Carolina are expected to attend the clinic. -• 1 CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. TODAY. Dance. Wisconsin State Society, Willard Hotel. R:30 p.m. Dance. Interfraternity Council. George Washington University, Wil lard Hotel. 10 p.m. Dance. Langley Community Center. First and T streets. 8:30 p.m. Meeting. Kit Carson Chapter, Wom en's Relief Corps. Soldiers. Sailors and Marines' Hall. Eleventh and L streets, 8 p.m. Benefit entertainment for the Swart Bell Methodist Home for Children. Pet worth M E. Church. New Hampshire avenue at Grant Circle, 8 o'clock. Meeting. National Association of Gardeners. F. W. Bolgtano Si Co.. 411 Hew York avenue northeast. 7 p.m. Danre. Chevy Chase Community Center, Ben W. Murch School, 8:30 p.m. Meeting. Women's Trade Union League, y w. C A.. Seventeenth and K streets. 8 p.m Bineo party. Rainbow Club. Chest nut Farms Dairy. Twenty-sixth and Pennsylvania avenue. 8:30 p.m. TOMORROW Meeting. National Association of Retired Federal Employes, room 43. National Museum, Tenth and Consti tution avenue, 2 p.m. Luncheon. Lawyer*' Club. Mayflower Hnrel. 12:15 p.m.