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I rTi H1W ut BHJNHrON yTTTtATftt1111 T TllEST1fU m1 ArTtcti Ti1rTD S DA Il A Y V P1UL A ° DD T7 T7i l i 1903 inn x
EDUCATiON BOARD BOARDS S
GETSPEIITIONS
33000 Churchgoers Want
Reh Keligious rous s fnstrnct Instruction Ins ruction on
OPPONENTS WILL WILLSE BE HEARD
May Ar Argue Their eir Case B Before f re l Full n
Board When m mn n General Boynton Boynton B vnton
i < T i
A Is IsBetter Better r
The question whether w hether there shall be
rw moral teaching in the public schools
on a adistinctIy distinctly religious religIo us s basis which
has itroused nr use more more mor interest jnterestanddls and dis ¬
cussion during d ring the past few weeks we ks
than any other othet problem before the th the
people of the Distr DistrIct Distr ict of Columbia in
years y ars last night too took k definite form be ¬
fore f re the Board of QLEducation Education
A Adelega delegation ionfronf from ftom the committee committee cQ mi tee of
fifteen appeared appeare d before be fore theboa the board rd and
read rea seventy seYent petitions petltiq petltiqh petlti h s In favor of the
plan f
As stated by the Hon Hilary A A Her Her ¬
bert ert the Rev Re Dr Randolph jK McKIm
and the Rev Dr r Frederick FrederlckD D Power
who composed O Poscd thed 1egationtttetf g 5 ti n ih8 etI
tloris represented e J leseI te a tptaFof about a out3 3300 33000
church p1eml members members rs of ofl1h nine e denominations
presbyterian jcresbyter resb te rian ian Methodist lIethpdlst Episcopal
Episcopal Lutheran Lutl ran Congregational Congreg tlo ilal
Disciples pfChrIst of Chris t Baptist colored
and andllethodistcoloreclfn Methodist colored colored1n In the Distr DIs District tcl ict
The Board of Education received the t tire e
petitions which whichJrer wereonprinted wereon on printed fqrms forms
and listened to arguments arg uments > in favor favoro of
the plan as as advanced by Drs Power
and nd McKim and Mr Herbert
Opponents Will Will Be Heard
It was Stated 1tatedbo however howewe we v rthat rthatno that h t tn no n Od dec deci ci i ¬
sion si will vi Ibc Jbc be made ade 1 1U until un til U the opponents op onents
ofmir of < m bjraliaT7d CJra aland l nd rellgio r cIgIo Tus u 1steachlng s teaching t eaching had been
given g enequal equal opportunity for a hearing
before the board Next Wednesday
night has been set aside for that pur
pose
The Board of Education also conclud
ed to finally finall consider the question only
P P3n 3n n the full Lu ll board This will willprobabb probably
mean further delay < elaJ Gen H V Boy Boyn h
ton the president Is quite ill
Air Ali the petitions presented
lastnI last night ht
were We e of Q Identical form form Declaring the
signers sgncrs to be citizens of the District
Of Columbia COlu mbla the petition contin continued ued
We W respectfully petition the Board Boar
of Education in the interests InterestSPf
pf goo good d
citizenship ctth EPSl1iPi to introduce i troduce into Int the pub ub
licschopls Itc ic schoolsthestudo c 091s the studioCthfiTen > the = TenCom Com
mandments theIrecognize their recognized rtcognizedsumm d
dsummary summary summ summary
Thou shalt h U lo loe ve the the Lord thYGod with I
all thy heart heartand
self and thy thyneighbor neighbor as as thy thyself
and the thesjstematle systematic study stud of ethics
aS aSfn fn fnapr apr approved ° Y b by > the Board of Education
The petitioners also suggest that
f fi board i 1 provide 1 i iyld ° yld a course course c cf readings from the
the
Bible
the use us e eof of ofwbIch which shall be beoptional
optional with the th teachers with the
proviso that there shall be no h no sectarian sectarianreligious i
religious relIglo teaching teac ing In the schools and 1
that that anr an any parent parent parentma may upon
request
have his bischlld child withdraw from
the th
classes during uring thet the thertime time devoted to the
proposed Innovation Innov ation In the curriculum
Bettering BeUeringExis Existing Exis ting Conditions
In the the pe pditiQnsreference titions reference Is is made to
thepresgnt tlT th gpresent pr Jlt rut iiile y 46 by bvAvhich y zvhiciti hIchtbe the teach te a h
ers ersarq > re reJ e J re quIt uire to o ad adachap r e da R achap a pter ter from fro om m
th Uj Ujr r Bible Biblean and tp I Icati lead ad each morning in i
tfi tfirecita recita flon tlo n pt 4 the the LordSPrayer Bdrd n dg Trayer ra rThe The Th e
statement statementIs statement Is made that t
This is no not not a a proposition to do some t
thing new but to do in a amore more effective e
rcanner what Is snow now required by law 13w
The l1ejJrojJosal proposa l is to have have the form formof of o f
religious and moral teaching teachingcarefuUy carefully
prepared by the Board of Education in
stead st ad of having the thequcstioris questions o of selec 1
tion tlonand and elimination left to to the teachers
roe Iueprotcstants protestants against the theaddiUon addition
01 01 o mor moral al and religious
teaching to the
school sc hool curriculum who whohae have already
illed remonstrances remonstrancesand and who will be b
given an an opportunity to to present their
side of the case next Wednesday Wednesdayln in In ¬
elude Vestry of Trinity Lutheran
v phurch Church h Rabbi Abram gimbti i Slmo Simon n n
nvbir YOI chairman pf the beard JJ aardof of dele d le I IYOI
L i gat ps 8 fo Hof OC1H > JClyih ctvil rights r irht S pf ofH Hebtfiwj bt Urea w cltl 1ti t1 j
tens zena ThebBorc Tli o ore V i VDerganT Dcr San Sa b bird ncr no George Gt fge if g e i t
K K Holmes
Practice in Other Cities I a o
That they might be able to Institute e
comparisons compa compar r rsons sons the Board d of Education n
had previously communicated communicatec1wlth with the th e 2
authorities in other cities the the showin showing g
in the replies received rec lved up to date date be befng bein ing s
as follows
Jersey Tc rse3 City N J i principals open ope n
schools schoclsb by reading of any part of Scrip ¬
tures without comment
Cleveland Clev land Ohio no religious teaching
except exceptthat that the form of morning exer ¬
cise Is left l ftcntlr entirely lj tothe to the he teachers
Philadelphia Phll e p i Pai a at ieast ca t ft fe ten terses verse
I of the Bib Bible Ei Eip b fe p Jare ry J are read readwit1tout read vit wuTttout Itoutc c comment omment t
at the opening of the th school sc school ooI
Boston Boston Mass morn morning morningexercises ins exercises be
gin with wUhrcadlng reading in n each e class cla classroom 5 room by h Y
the teachers of ofp portions rtlonsor of the Scrip ¬
tures without comment I
Milwaukee Wis Vis no no formal or regu
lar larteathlngofmorals teaching of morals or manners manners
Chicago lit instruction In morality mor morAit 4lty y
given in connection with oth other r subjects s J J
in school course
t
Appointments and Promotions
Other business bus iness before the feoard in t
elu eluded ded only a few appointments and pro r
motions in the teaching force Appo int
nrents tTfI1tSJOSCp1i Joseph 11 V Milburh Milbu rn teacher te her at a t
McKinley 11 lick cJ nley manual Manual Training f raining School
Edna E E Elliott substitute sub substitute Uhtte tcn teacher her ttn and nd I
H Hl M Guerdriim to first grade gra de Promo
ticns HensB B L Raun from 500 500 to 525 523 per pa r 6
annum aI nUm J E Doing from third to t 0 0
fourth grade Margaret Thole from sec h
ond to third grade grad and Alma HerrUv Herrl l n
from first fir st to to second grade grad The resigria h
tion of Mary A A Cady Ca iy was accepted and an d r
further leave lcav of absence for three thre e
months months was granted Ernest L Hend Hendry 9
New Nc books were w re also placed on the th e
supplementary supplemcntaryllst list as follows Physi ¬
ologyHygiene AValshes ArUhcmetic c
Stories Stor ies from rom American History Smiths Smith 3
Grammar School Arithmetic Young
Jacksons Jackso 5 Arithmetic Part 3 3 Gordys Gordy S
HIston Aof or the United States
BUCCANEERS BUCCA EERS WILL HOLD
CARNIVAL AT BARNEGAT T
Things will be doing from from Saturday Saturda Y W
to Monday Monday by The Bold Buccaneer of o 1
Bar Darneat riegat Bay Ba i ifat rat cat the thebunga10V bungalow o of f b
Col C I Willia William wtt am m Henry He nry Saycn Sa cnn on the arm arm ar m
of o f the ocean after nferwhlch a fter which the buccaneers C tl
are nnmed
ThG bucmneersthls buccaneers this time will consi consist st
of ot o Senator Thom Thomas as Carter Commission C mlsslon ¬ l
er erWcst West t eJiSenator e Senator John Johu1 JL 1 Tlmrston Thursto n
m
Prof Willis L Moore 1Ioo e of the Weath Weather er s
Bureau J Hampton MoOre chief of
the Bureau of Manufactures Dr H W 1 Y Yth v th
WHev WlJe chief chl f of the Bureau of Chemist lemlst ¬
ry and William B Moses a
To be a arest gyest at the place It is the eu cus s ¬
tom to become be om a member of The Bold Bol d N v
Buccaneers of f Barnegat Bay Th The e
place f place is noted for Its fishing S ing and am shoot t
inc nn >
3 Hampton 1fumrltonMo BamptonMoore JMopre re will chaperon chaperonrth the e
party part pa Fty until Camden N Nj J Is reached d
where they wiH be met byCongreKsman by ongressmhn > i
Harry Loedensiagerand Lotdenslager and a apumber number of
Philadelphia Ph IIn de lPhia and New ew Jersey Je rseypo politicians JitfCII1 ns
who will escort tliem U mon m on a special train trai
to the th bungalow b ngalw They will return to t o
Washington on on n Monday Mon ay p pe
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S upe
I LUNGHEON LUN CHEON FORWOMEN FOR FORT T WOMEN r
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AT YMGJ Y i A BUIlDlNG ILDtMG
1
Its Pll Purpose ose > Is to JeviseMeans Devise Means to tc
Make Qtarter Quarters More More j
Att Attn Attrrhtive n ve
f5 I
The Th e committee cOin rommitteein mitte in in char charcfeW el ar ei eicifthelu t cifthelu lheIunch i nciY eh
eon which is to be given to tq toth Ithe the + womien 1 norrie om n n
of ° r Washington ZCnshin to ton n tomorrow noun noon oun atthe at att t the th e t
Young TOI Mens fens Christian Chr istian Association Association ssocatlon i is s
mai much l muchgratifledat gratified at the replies which whichnre ar are e
T Doming f f om on ing In It is the tl e wish of the he com com 11
mit mittee r u th that t it be understood that all al 1
women Women 01 omen of
the city who are Interested I
m m in the association assocjatIonatt attend nd the luncheon n
and tJ conference J
It t is not aot necessary n c sar that a lp personal lsonal in
vitation vltl be rAcived I rE + 1eIned hed Any An looses wh who o
can C attend attend are
requested to send an ac 1
ceptance cept ance to Airs Henry Henr 13 B F 1 Macfar
Ian land land 181G 16 16T 16K F K street on on n or before b fore to
morrow mor j ro row The T e luncheon e eo o and L aa i conference e cJ
will wlJIbe be Informal and it is s sa a compli
mei mentao mentaryevcut r event to the women women of the th e c
citjv c clt city There r will willbe1p be no solicitation sollci1aUonof of o f
lndi Individual subscription and the whole vrhol c f I
purpose purp ose of o the gathering Is to t enlist
the th interest and help hel ofthe of the ladles of =
the city cIt In making the new buJding at
tra tractive trac < tive and homelike something which
m must IJ be intrusted largely to the th > women
The Invitation invIt tlon committee consists of
the t following ladies who expect to be
pre present p presentMrs Mrs Fairbanks Mrs Dewey Dcwc
Mrs frsChaffee rs Chaffee Mrs Hitchcock Mrs
Cor Cortelyou C Cortel ou Mrs Brewer Airs Foraker
Mrs Mr Foster Mrs Henderson Mrs Hig
Pin plnson g Mrs Slater M Mrs rs Reyburn R 3hul11 Miss
Kit KIbbey li ll beyandllrslIacfarlan and SIrs SIrsA Airslfacfarland A Macfariand
pfl CARNEGIE C MEDAL GOES
TO GIRL FOR HEROISM
D DES DE 7 S MOINES Af OIr ES April K 1 A ACnrncgie Carnegie
n mei medal m for heroism has been awarded vardcd
to Miss Lavina Steele <
A At the the he risk of her own Qw m nHCen life a rid after
6 desperate struggle strugsleshe she saved the life
of f f 1 George rge Hill Hflla a young man who while
ska skating sl skat ing broke through tluoushthc the Ice and avas was wa
going o down downin In ten feet fee t of water t
i
fri
G
Half J H alf Sick People
i Just JuStsic sick sic 1icnougll enough enou gh to feel heavyheeled
Ja2 lazy zy and listless to have no a appetite
to sleep badly tossing tossiJ tos sing and tumbling
a about sometimes until 2 or or3 3 oclock in
the morning from one one side to the other
restless TCJ and anc nervous and to t01l3e have what
yO you y eat catlccllikclcad feel like lead in your stomach sto nach
no not JI sick enou cI10u enough gh to take to bed cdor or ca call ll a a
do doctor d but just sick enough nou h to not know
wl what tI to do
Ninetynine N times out outof o of one hundred
these tl symptomsaro symptoms are all allcaused caused by the
stomach 51 bowels liver and digestive di dtg estivo
or organs orans Just think J Jor or lr a moment what
ha habitual neglect of thc tlic stomach bowe bonwelE ls
an and liver means sickness instea d dof of Ti
he hea lth nervous non otts am and I wa keful instead insteadof of
ret restful and andcheer andche cheer che er ful Now Novall all this can
be bl bCl e remedied remediedu medied in u one night
SMITHS
JT I Pineapple P L and I
Butternut
PILLS
Natures Laxative
will win wil l aiwu always a ys Work wont wondersTley wonders wonucrs They jJjey win will 111 tU tUre
rcj regulate re gnlato g ulate tho functions of tho liver 11ernnd and
bo bowels < wels immediately unload the thocon con ges ¬ no
tic tion til cure curotho the constipation and cleanse
the th blood of impurities
Anyone suffering from chronic chronicconsti consti
fO
ft patioii atlas biliousness pick tsicl he headache adache or
liver liv er complaint can Cono one up the entiro tas
system sy syst m elevate the spirits atHIa and again a gain
make ma ke life really well worth living by a
single sin l gle weeks use of O Smiths Pineapple I >
ana all and Butternut 1 Pills > i11s They will givo you Olt Pal Paland
thq a ppetite of of youth your yo ur food will gai
gree g gr ee with yon ol1ald and sound refreshing lcfrcshin
will wait upon upon you They The are cal
Naturoslnxativocntircy Aturo s laxative entirely different from h
anythingyt1 you have iavo ever taken takclbcorc be before fore
ese little Vegeta Vegetable ble Pills J Fi iilg lls X SUI su
Cure Constipation PUI IU
Biliousness and Sick 1
Headac hein in one night
25 I cents cnts at all dealers A cure at tho 1io
oples pr llde price ica
BONDSMEN N SURRENDER S a ENDER
GRAVES TO THE COURT COUR T
Harvey Haryc Graves rirlves Gi ° aves who w ho is under > r Indict
ment mcn for perjur p perjury rjtir y in the the District District ha has s
been surrendered to W1he ihe Marshal by hl his s
bondsmen Gr Graves ves wa wn Rag indicted as the th e
result r of oftestimony testimony he gave at the tri trial il
of ofTesse Jesse Parker who ho was tried In n 1
Criminal Court Cou rt No 1 I for or housebreak t
ing in
He was committed to pail by Justice Jus dce e <
Wright Vright on February Februat 30 1 and was was later late r
released on on 500 500 bail to toawnlt await the result t r
of of his trial for forP5J perjury urj
1Y1 f RfiIAGE IA LICENSES EICENSES
K Rudolph Ru olph T ar arA P Ambler Ambler A 1ler 32 3 Fairfax FaJrf Fairfax u ucoun coun cou n I I
tyv ty 1a r ra a and an Olivia E Crouch h 26 6 Lou Lo u
flou down do un county Va I
H Horace C Lindsley 31 and and Lizz Lizzie i e lJ
SIal Mangum Aian trmr r 22
George G orge Carter 53 3 and Hattie H Jtie Joyce 24 L
John Joh c n Griffin 22 and Leila 1i t Davis 23
E Edward Franklin Simpson Simpson30 SO an and nd d
Hal Harriet rriet E Dunning DunnlngU 31
William Wi lliam Dash 22 Frederic k kcount county count y
Md Mdf 1tidmd f and md Carrie N d Smith 19Gaith4rs 19 Gaithers s I 1
bur burg Md t
V George Geo Fc Rozier 23 3 an and d Vlrginirfi Virg1ni VfrginifrJo Jor r t
dan r < 5
William 11illla m H Burns Burnsl l 23 and Effle S J
E
Ste Stewart 19 v
G George W CuttrcH j jand 1 and Annie C j
Lai Lament LamontJ 30 3 s a
lOT HOT iIQHfRIsEs FIGHT RISES I I
OVER CHIEFGLERK CHIEF CLERK
Bureau t of Republics Balks S
on Appointment
WANT VOICE IN SELECTION
40
It It tD De Decides cid ci 9 9s s Administration Adm lnistratio nMan n Man Must Mus Iu st t
Submit Su bIi tto to Examination Ex min ti nW With th
No No N 1 Preferences Piefercn es
Ij
A hot h t ft ftg ht h hasdevel0Pcdilre I
fight g has asdevel0Pcdilre developed among anrong ng th the e
directors bf brtheBur she the Bureau a u uo o of o r American mer iea n
Republics Republ Republcsover csover over the appointment t of r it s t
chiefcle chief clerk rk tf to succeed W V C Fox Fo x xno now no now v yr
made mad chief of f the the bureau
Mr Foxs a appointment ppo fntmentwas was was v t cutand cut nd
dried affair affaIrth the A Adm Admin m in n istration lstrlt1onprae prac I
llcally forc forcIn f ing g ills illsconfirmation confirmation con tfrmation upo upon n I
the bureau bure u Some Somcof of the South Ameri 1
can cal members resented this procedure j
it is said and hdat at a it itmeetil1 a meeting meetil1 hold hc yester ester j
day afternoon a a number rof of of them them de ¬
clared that while while they made mad no no pbjec objbc j
tion to Mn li1r FOX being appointed app In e t for to r
them tI 111 they did desire desire to have hav a choice c chow lce e
lit Int the se selection lection of ofo ofn a na chief chefc1crk clerk
o 0
Balk on on nRatificatiol Ratification
An iire k kresult a result result su t tI of I ofthis JthISdlscussi this discussion n thebu the bu bu
reau reauvotedagainst voted against the the he Immediate rati rat i
lication of of GordonCumtriln Gordon Gumming Cum ming g the Ad Ad ¬
ministrations lI1InIstratlons candidate andi ate for forchIef chief cler clerk I
It was Wasdec1ded decided that Mr Cummin Cumming g mus must t
stand 2 ta n dan an examination ex e xam am In ination ail on for appointment n p po In tm en ti I Ir I r
and that he should be given glv n 110 prefer S
once ence onceover over over other applicants for the plac place I I t
A A lively discussion took tookplaClat place at the th e t
meeting when the subject of appointing g I t
a a chief clerk was was brought up Tip 1 g
One cause cnuseoCobjectlon of objection to Gordon CumY Cumrt Cumrmlng Cum r
ming among the South Americans is Isl i s t
the fact that he is an an Englishman an and d I I i
they would wUIU rather have a acluzPn cltfzen of f an a1 a n t
American republic fn n the place
ti
MRS JONES CONFRONTED
BY BIG SIGCOLORED COLORED MAN MA N S
p
Noises in 1trrsAnnie Mrs Annie Jones kitche kitchen kftc m n T l
a at 530 Florida avenue venue northwest northwestattr attract ct
ed e ed her last Sight night and when she w went wen nt t
there t s she he was was met met by a a tall colored ol red man ma n
wearing w ea earing ring a slouc slouch h hat hat and other other cloth ¬
l ing and also carrying a cane He He de d e I
r manded manded something to toe eat eatqnd t nd she she ran ra a
t to the t1 e front frontdoor ron bdo door r and screame screamed d for as p
slstancc f i
This frightened the unwelcome visit visitor oz J
a away way but Mrs Airs Jones was wa thoroughly thorou hb y l
s scared S iind a nd reported reporl d the matter Ho to the t he 11
polled p llc J She Bald said 1 the theman the man woresidfc rsld
whiskers w and anda a goatee The Thecanehecar cane cane he car ca r e
sled rIedwns was a heavy stick and she was of
the th opinion that he intended striking her he r fl
with w ith it It Police PoUceof of the Eighth precinct precin Ct h
are investigating the case
OLDTIME 1 RELIGION RERELIGION
SUNG ON GALLOWS d
NASHVILLE April AprIl6 6Andrew S Andrew ndrew Hib Hi b 01 e
bett and James Schudder S huddercol colored < md were wet rc c
hanged h anged together in the ja jail il yard yes ¬
terday terda ter dav Schild Schudder er murdered his lI s fire three e e eJ
yearold y earold cr crIppled ippled son and Hibiett kill I
ed his motherinlaw s st
Both men mep sang OldTime Religion 9
just ust befdre tier Offip r rip p fell Neither N eltherma < Ilher ma made de ft f
any anystlltement statement il F
IVERMONTERS VERMOTllS EAT WAX AX
nl AT AT InnfLL lApir MAPLE8GA APLE SUBARPARTY uuun QllfiAR n rnllll PifiTV PART Y
Dancing maple sugar served serve d on ice Ic ice e
with Uh hot biscuits pickles and cheese oboes
toasts responded to by the foremost foremo
sons of theS the Statarof State iteof of Vermont an and d more more mo
dancing dancingwns was was the program followed d by 3
the crowd of Vermonters Verm Ver monters nters who whoassem asset ¬
bled In National Rifles Armory 1 last as t
evening g to celebrate the thellfth the fifth annual annu LI S
maple sugar sugarpart party of the Vermont V rmont Sta State to e
Association
At the th tables Hosea B jMoulton pre pres ¬
ident Id l1t of the th association presided prEsi edas as
toastmaster ta tmasterand and his toasts were wprere were r re ¬
sponded l to to by men of national natlonalpromI national pro promi Li l
r encc
Secretary Shaw Shaw responded to to the first firs fir a I t t
toast tOt1stM of the evening Vermont in t the IC e
Field of of Letters L tters The Secretary Se rctaIJ treated treat ell
I I his hissubject 1is subject in a witty entertaining entertalnt n
lashlort lashlortj I j dosing ej sing with W fth a recitation ree Uatlon of John J Jo hll h a
G Sa Saxes es ppehi po oe oeri n ri sThe The King of MKlias
He H was followed by Charles A Prouty Y
who whon in the course course of his speech speechr remark r remar mark k ¬
t ed that thath he had heard a a arumor rumor to t the he
e effect that the President Intended to o
reorganize reorganize the Interstate InterstateC Commerce mmerce Co Com ¬ I
mission because because it i Is composed con posed of I
small men me 1 do o not mind lief being n
d decapitated said Mr Prouty But But 1
d do < object upon that ground In illus ill ns ¬
tration lr of f his h ISP point < in t Mr Prouty p r01Jty read ren d a
story story of a aturdrer murderer who declared d clared he
would woulrlU woulrltather wo v uld U rather be hung hUD 1 any any day dn than be I
C culled clll d a fool
The las last t toast of the evening was re ¬
sl sponded s1 > ond d to by b Charles Charl s H H Robb who whose se
subject was was Vermont Ladles
WHAT IS CATAEBH
t
Hyomei HyomeiCuICS Cures This Common COmInonandDis and Di Dis s ¬
agreeable Disease Dise se
IHyornei Hyomei cures cures catarrh cat lrhby by by the simple sim pie
method of of breathing it into the air pas p a a ¬
sf sages and a n d lu lungs n g 5 It kills ki 118 the germs ger ms of
the th catarrhal poison heals and soothes Booth r
ill the thetirritated th J Irritated mucous mucous membrane JI1 mbrane enters eat ors
th the ui the blood with the oxygen oxygen and kills the t he
ge germs germs present there r effectually ffectuaUydih1ng driving drib ngl 1
this h disease disease from the system
If Ifou you have any of the tl1efjUow following ng sympr sy np
tam to toms eatarchal catanhalgermsare germs are at work ork some s o me ¬
w where here in the mucous mucousniembrano membrane of the t he
hose no se throat bronchial bronchial brone I1bl tubes or tissues tlssu es
o of the lungs
offensive off ensive breath 1 discharge harge from the th t he
dryness of the nose nose nose
pain across the eyes eyes stoppage of the n nose esc
pain P3 > aui 1 in back of ofthe the at ngh plgh4 nig h
head V < aching of the body ba d y I
p pain In n front of o the droppings r PPlngs in in r the
head throat I
tendency to take cold cold c ld mouth mouth open while bile
vurningpain burning pan In the sleeping
throat tickling back ot o f the I he
liawhins ha wking to to clear the the palate
throat formation of of ofCrusts can crusts 5tS
pain In the chest che st JD in Sn th the th nose
n a co c cough ugh tress dines5 r < ess of of the th throat roar t
fl stitch l in Inslde side in n the morning
losing of flesh r loss of strength
variable appetite appetite spasms spasms ot oreoughing or coughing g
lo low w spirited at times crtigh Cltghsh short a h ort o r and a nd
K raisins ralslD of otfrotby frothy rriu mUhuIdng mu hacking
cous co pOJ co cough t h iv worse e nIghts nlg its
expectorating ex etoratln yellow yeno andmornlngs and mornings
matter loss In S1taFforce Vitalfor e
ai dlfflculty fficulty in breathing a feeling of tightness lghtn ess
fr frequent equent sneezing across acrbss the the upper up lk r
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