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4 THE WASHINGTON TIMES MONDAY MON Y OCTOBER 16 1903 190
GAMBLERS flAMI3LERSMAY MAY GET GETALEXANDRIA GETALEXANDRIA
ALEXANDRIA FOR US USArgue USArgue
Argue That County CountyBelongs CountyBelongsto Belongsto Belongs Belongsto
to the District DistrictFAMOUS D DistrictFAMOUS strict
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FAMOUS QUESTION REVIVED REVIVEDfederal REVIVEDFederal REVIVEDFederal
federal Court Will Decide Whether WhetherCongress WhetherCongress WhetherCongress
Congress Legally Returned the theCounty theCountF theCounty
County to Virginia Virini
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Interest 1 In whether wh ther Alexandria countyis county j j
Is part of the State of Virginia or of otthp ofthp ofthe
thp District of Columbia has been re revived re1ed revived ¬
vived 1ed through throu Sh the prosecution of pool poolrooms poolrooms poolrooms ¬
rooms in Virginia VirdnlaThe VlrJrtnlaThe VirginiaThe
The cases are now before Judge Wad Waddill WadcUll Waddin
dill Judge of the United States court courtof courtoftha courtof
of oftha the the eastern district of Virginia VirginiaHis VirginiaHIs VirginiaHis
His decision tomorrow may mean the theopening theopening theopening
opening of this celebrated Question QuestionTen quesUonTen questionTea
Ten years yearsago ago tho Jurisdiction of ofAlexandria ofAlex o oAlexandria t
Alexandria Alex ndrin county was questioned The Thecase The Ther Theease
r case ease was wnstaken vas taken taken before the United States StatesSupreme StatesSupreme StateSupreme s
Supreme Court by R A Phillips Phillipswellknown a awellknown awellknown
wellknown capitalist and real estate estateowner estateowner estateowner
owner of otAlexnndrla Alexandria county with offlees of offices otfices ¬
fices In < n Washington WashingtonThe WashingtonThe VashlngtonThe
The court decided that the Issue was wasone wnaone w as
one wholly Vwh Uy between the United States Statesand Statesiu1d Statesand
and the State of Virginia and thatprivate that a ftprivate arhate
private rhate citizen citizen wasno was not Qualified to tobring tobrlni t tbring a
bring it up upfordlsposlUon upfordlsposlUonSince for disposition disposition dispositionSince
Since that decision which failed allt to tosettle tosettle t tsettle
settle the status of the county the thecase thecase th thcase e
case has been at a standstill and is s snow so sonow sonow o
now There There are residents of Alexan Alexandria Alexandria Alexandria ¬
dria county who now are Inclined t tbehove to tobelieve tobelieve o
believe that with the agitation attendlug attend attending attendIng ¬
ing the poolroom cases the retroces retrocession retrocesSIOI1 retrocesstop ¬
stop sion ot the county will again come comefor up upfor uptor
for serious serlousd1scusslo serlousd1scussloReturn discussionReturn discussion discussionReturn
Return of County Countylit CountyIr
lit Ir the proclamation of President PresidentWashington PresidentWashington PresidenWashington t
Washington Alexandria Ale 1drln county COun was waspart wa wapart wapart s
part of o the ten mile square allotted allottedas nllottedas aflotte aflotteas d
as as the seat of the Federal Govern Government GoYernment Governmeat ¬
ment In In1S4G 184G Congress voted to re retrocede retrocede retrocede
trocede to Virginia ut1 tnat at portion of ofth ott o othn f
thn th t ten teI mile square south of of the thePoto thePotomht Potomw Poto PotoxriuS
xriuS
4 4 has been contended c ntended by by eminent eminentlawyers eminentla enilneniarn t
lawyers la yera yers that if Congress had that thatpower thatpower the thepower t
power power in 1846 it has the power today toda todato Y
to ioretr retrocede cede to Maryland MarylandthatporUc that portion portionwhich portlowhich > n nwhich
which is known as the District of Col Columbia Columbia Columbla ¬
umbia They i < argue arguefurtber further that 4 4then it itthen Itthen t
then has the th power to change the seat seatof s sea seaof t tot
of of Government to t to Bladensburg Jack Jackson Jackson Tackson ¬
son City Clt or even to Hawaii HawaiiIt HawaUIlls HawaiiIt
It Ills is not understood that Congresever Congress Congressever CongressCYer s
ever had the power to cede away 0 Wo any an anpart
part of of the tenmile square denned definedthe detlnedas detlnedasthe as asthe
the limits of the District of Columbia a
in President Washingtons Proclamation proclamation n
The activity acUUyot of Mr Phillips and others s
Is ascribed nscrl d to the Jax methods which whichnow whichbOW whit whitnow h
now obtain in tho government of the thecounty
county Count and the benefits to be derived derivedwi derived <
from Its restoration to
wi w the kilU DistrictWould XlOkllUW XlOkllUWWould District
Would Benefit TownThe Town TownThe
The county would have the benefit of
the goodroads goodroads odroads law the revenues from
= Government property proper such sJ h as Arlington
tho tho three three Government bridges and andother andother I
1 other property w would mld revert to the
District and citizens of what is now nowAlexandria nowAlexandria
Alexandria Alexandria county would have the thoPto pro 1
tection t tlo of a police system and the bene ¬
fits of sanitary san1taj1aws laws which are not now
Ia In force in the county co nty
L E E Phillips the Washington Washingtonottor attor attorney ¬
ney ne a son of R A Phillips said yes ¬
terday terclaythat that there is practically J > racUcalJyno no no saor san <
itatlon in the county the police poll o facill facllitics
tics tl s are are poor and that the methods of ofgoverning
governing the county are ar much in line
> for Impovement Should the court de decido
cide c1d that Alexandria county is legally
within the District line it would mean m
practically practlcall a 0 general revision of af
fairs there and one which would not no I
only mean benefits to the people of th the e
county but to the county itself Its lr and an 3 t
to the District of Columbia ColumbiaNew i iNew 1 1llew
New Phase Brought Up UpA UpA UpA
A A letter lettertrom from Mr Ir Phillips father t to o t tAttorney IAttorneyTohn
Attorney AttorneyTohn John A Lamb counsel for the th thtwo e
two poolroom men who are now unde undearrest under r j
arrest is interesting in that it pre J Jsents Jsents
sents a phase of the matter which has hasnot hnsnot ha hanot
not been brought brought prominently before e
the public publicThe publicThe
The letter reads as follows followsIt
It is is a pleasure to me to observe e
that you OU assert Ih a case before Judge
WaddUl WarfrtHI ot the TT United J Jcourt States district
court that Alexandria county count is a 0 part pa I
of the U e District of Columbia and that
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thr the > actot act not1 of nf etrocesslon ww i itransfer was wholly ultra
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vires viresIn vlresIn
In my opinion Con Congress csshad had less right
to relinquish or transfer Its exclusive e
jurisdiction over part art of o the seat of Fed
eral era Government t than it would have to toIslatlve t I
cede away or relInqUish Us legislative Islatlve Islatlvejoads
power power over postomces and 1d postroad5 joads 5
O OL course we all know the Conatltu
t1qn jrpTbecome hl a 0 mere political football t
in these modern days
We
Federal find ou our r t
Government in the
canaldlgj canaldig
Sing gInSbusiness business in foreign territory N t tthe
the and in 1 p
missionary mlsliionnJ business in Asiatic isl 11
ands andHal1d and it is refre3hl refreshing S to observe e
occasionally a a recurrence r urrenc to safe priu 1trluGOING r rGOING
GOING TO BED HUNGRY HUNGRYIt I IIt
It Is All Wrong and Man Is
the On OnCreature Only y >
Creature That Does It ItThe ItThe <
The complete emptiness of the stomach t I i idurIng
of Hof of durIng H emaciation sleep adds greauyZo eatJJo the amount amoun t T
sleeplessness
and
general genera l
weakness so s often met with
There hare is a L
perpetual change of tissues In the body
sleeping Ile plng or waking and tho supply of o f
nourishment ought to bo somewhat con ¬
tinuous and food taken
just before tore re ¬
tiring adds more tissue than is s destroyed destroyedresult d
and Increased weight and vigor Is thc th e
result Dr W V
T Cathell
says All Al 1
animals except man eat before sleep sloe D L
Ann and there f Vi < t Is < vi M Mman
no reason In Nature wh
man should form y
rule ruleIf rulesleepless the exception to tlt the e
If people who are thin nervous and am i 1 t
<
l sleeplesspeople sleepless
would
take a light lunch o of f
bread and milk or oatmeal ana ana
and at the same same time take a safe cream harm t 1
less stomach remedy like Stuarts Dys
pepsla Tablets In order to aid the stom r rach
ach in digesting it the result would be i1 i1The
a surprising increase Incf aso In weIght strength h
and general vigor The only drawback drawbackv k
has been than kc
v n thin nun nervous iivrvuuu ayspeptic dspeptlc c I
people < ople cannot ea 11lot digest and assimilate whole ¬
some o food at alnlohtor night or any other time
For tp h i iuse <
such It Is absolutely nccessaI necessary to t 0
use Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets because 0e e
they will digest tho food no matter r
how weak the stomach may be nourT nour sour rh
lining 18hln the body and resting the stomach h
at thE same time
Dr Stevenson says I depend almost t f s sentirely
entirely upon Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets s
in n treating indigestion because It IB s not no noa t h hthey
= a quack nostrum and r know just what wha
they contain a combination of vegetable vegetableessences veg ablc o v
essences eBsencespure pure pepsin They euredys euredyspepsla cure cure dye ys yspcpsla
j pepsla epsia and stomach troubles because becausthey o
they cant help but cure Stuarts a J Jag
Dyspepsia Tablets are sold by drug
gists everywhere at CIJ cents per pack packag p pagA
ag agA They ThC are In lozenge form pleasant leasan t
to take and contain nothing but pus puspcpcin pure purepcpeln purepfln e
pcpeln pfln vegetable essences and bismuth bismuthscientifically bismuthscientifically bismuthscientifically
scientifically compounded Your drug
gist Ilit will tell tellyou you they give universal 1 i o oMtUifaetlos c catlafastoa cast1afaetioa
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thority thoritySection t thorlbSectlon thoritsSection
Section 8 paragraph paragrap 1 li provides for forthe torthe forthe
the t establishment and jurisdiction of theDistrict the theDistrict theDistrict
District 1 and a few lines later Section 9 9paragraph 9paragraph 9paragraph
paragraph 1 X to puts putsaguarn91tee a guarantee about one onegood onC onCgood ongood
good old writ wrl The Th privilege ot the writ writof wrrtot writo
o of habeas corpus shall not be sus suspended suspended sus suspended ¬
pended 1 It Itsa Is a a striking coincidence that thatthe thatthe thatrho
the t the provision of the Constitution vio violated violated violated ¬
lated by dismembering dismemberingthe the seat of gov government go goernment govnment ¬
ernment er nment and the theappIOlrlate appropriate approprlate prDC prDCtor p procedure procedurefor tnced ure urefor
for 1 the determination determlnatlonot of ouch s c1it ihtracSons Ihfjrac Ihfjractlons llir c cUons
Sons t of r the fundamental law are are inclpso in inclpsoN Incl9s
clpsoN c cl9s clpso proximity When in Intha n the course courseof courseot courseoaf
oaf of c events It may appear necessary necessary to todismember todismember tosmember
dismember di the seat of government or orremove orremove orremove
j remove remove it permanently to a new loca location lo loUon locan ¬
tion t tio n such a proposal must first be sub submitted submitted mbmltted ¬
mitted r to all the States and with theapproval the theapproval theapproval
t approval of threefourths threefqurth9 it will be become became becamas ¬
come c lawful lawfulAs lawfulAs lawfulAs
As for the individual citizens respect respectIng respectIng respectg
Ing lu g whose rights or liberty the th writ of ofhabeas othabeas
habeas corpus is s brought in n this par particular particular ¬
ticular ticular case I have no interest It Is Isan Isan s san
an 111 wind that blows no one good and andso andso andso
so even the rights and liberties of otan otanunfortunate an anunfortunate anunfortunate
unfortunate gambler may correct tho thogrevious thogrevlous theprevious
previous error of dismembering our seat seatof seatot
of government It was established by byour byour
our Revolutionary Rev luUonar ancestors I trust trustJudge trustJudge trustJudge
Judge Waddill will do his part as a aJudge ajudge
Judge ju dge and a patriot to restore itit It ItIt ItIt
It appealed to the Supreme Court of ofthe otthe ofthe
the United States that august body bodymay bodymay
may meet the question fully and say sagthat saythat saythat
that t under the high privilege of othls othlsparticular this thisparticular this thisparticular
particular I writ the court is bound to todecide todecide o odecide
decide whether the District was dlsmem dismembered dlsmembered ¬
bered 1 lawfully lawfullyAs lawful lawfullyAs b bAs
As for inconvenience In onvenlence that will arise ariserespecting ariserespe arisespecting
respecting I respe re < t1ng titles tit1 8 and acts ac of de facto factogovernment factogovernment
government since 1847 184 changes of gov governmental govcrnmentnl goernmcntnl ¬
ernmental control are frequent respect respectIng respectIng respectlag
Ing territories terrltorlescountles counties and cities and andnobody andnobody
nobody has ever been seriously hurt by by6m bythem bythem
them 6m
R A PHILLIPS PHILLIPSTitles PHILLIPS PHILLIPSTitles
Titles Would StandAnother Stand StandAnother StanpAnother
Another matter which seems to have havebeen havebeen haveen
been be en misunderstood by many man people Is Isthat Isthat s sthat
that that should the county again come into intothe Intothe
the jurisdiction of the District titles titlesto titlesto
to lands and decisions given in many manylaw mnnylaw
law Ij cases would in no manner be affect affected nttected ¬
ed ed e Mr Phillips said yesterday that thatmany thatman thatmany
many IJ man people seem to believe that all allcourt allcourt I Icourt
IJs court c IJc decisions which have been givensince given givensince
since s Congress Congre s ceded the county to Vir Virginia Virginia VSrgThi ¬ I
ginia would be upset upsetTliis u nose noseThis > set setThis
would
gThi This he says Is s not the case any anymore an anmorc 1 1more
more than In Porto Rico for instance instancewhen
when the Americans took hold Previ Previous Previous Previous ¬ I
ous finds were valid and the now Gov Government Government Government ¬
ernment Just continued continued them but under underUs underits unders
Us it s own laws Scch S h would be the case caseshould caseshould
should Alexandria county come again againinto againInto
into the District DistrictWANT DistrictVIA DistrictANT
WANT VIA W ANT NT ADDICKS COIN COINHELD COINHELD
HELD BY HIS TENANTS TENANTSWILMINGTON TENANTSWIUnXGTO TENANTSWILMINGTON
WILMINGTON Del Oct 16 16Vet Not Notpontent ot otontent
content ontent with selling horses cattle and andeven andeven
even fence posts on the farms of J Ed Edward Edward ¬
ward Addlcks Charles F Hlnchmnn of ofCamdcn otCamden
Camden N r J who holds a 0 judgment judgmentof
of 0 14000 1I0001 1 f000 Is now trying to levy on onmoney onmoney
money n belonging to Addlcks and held by bytenants bytenants
tenants of his farms farmsUnited tarmsUnlted
United States Marshal Flynn who wholast wholast
last I week sold the gasmans Interest In Incattle InClttle n nrattle
cattle c and stock on the Riverside farm farmreturned tarmreturned farmreturned
returned Saturday SLLtulda and attempted tolevy to tolevy tolevy
levy 4 on money of Addlcks held by b Artour Ar Arthur Arthur ¬
thur McKee the tenant The marshal marshalwas marshalwas
was 1 told by McKee that he held no nomoney nomoney
money D belonging to Addlcks AddlcksTHIRTYFIVE AddicksTHIRTYFIVE A cks cksHIRTYFIVE
THIRTYFIVE 1 T BIRTHS IN ONE ONEMONTH ONEMONTH
MONTH IN IOWA TOWN TOWNSIOUX TO VN VNSIOUX
SIOUX CITY Iowa Oct 16 16Blrth 16Blrthstatistics Birth Birthstatistics
statistics issued by the State board of ofhealth orhealth
health h show that Altai Alta Iowa apparently apparentlyhas apparently11an
has been inoculated with the Roose Roosevelt Roosevcltlan ¬
velt vcltlan Ian antirace sulcice germ in n its itsmost 1lJmost itsost
most n m ost strenuous form In one month monththirtyfive monththirtyfive
thirtyfive births were reported in that thattown thattown thattown
town which has only 1000 population populationThere populationrhere
T There here were nineteen deaths In the same sameperiod sameperiod same sameperiod
period
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Overcrowded Barbados BarbadosEngland BarbadosEnglapd Barb ado adoEngland s
England Englapd Offers Bounty to Any Islander Who Whof Who WhoWillGo Wh WhWill 0
f vWiirGo Will Go Away and Stay Away FiveYearsMany Five FiveYears FiveYearsMany
Years YearsMany Many Coming Here
SAN JUAN P R Oct 1C 16The The Bar Barbados Barbados Barbados ¬
bados have become ecome so full of people peoplethat peoplethat peoplethat
that the English English government offers > fers acash a 0cash j jcash
cash bonus to any inhabitant who will willagree wUlagree willaway
agree to leave the Island and stay awn awnfar away awayfor awayfor
for five years Ordinarily Ordln rny the offer ot r Is
120 20 but during those months when whenBarbados whenBarbados whe wheBarbados n
Barbados people are least Inclined to toleave toleave toleave
leave their island it t is raised to 23 23The 25The rThe
The candidate must pass a 0 medical medicalexamination medicalexamination medicalexamination
examination for the government willnot will willnot wIllnot
not take they th responsibility of unloading unloadinginvalids unloadingInvalids unloadinginvalids g
invalids on other countries countriesMust countriesMust countriesMust
Must Contract to Stay StayThen StayThen StayThen
Then there must be recommendations recommendationsas s
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as a s to the character and the signing of ofJan otan o oan f
Jan an agreement that the money will berefunded be berefunded berefunded
refunded to the government in case the theperson theperson th therson e
person person p erson returns to Barbados within five fiveyears fi fiars fiv fivyears e
years ars unless he comes with a 0 written writtenstatement wrlltenstatement writtenstatement
statement from a physician that the thecountry thecoun th thcountry e
country coun try he has elected Is s prejudicial to tohis t tis o
his h is healthBarbados health healthBarbados healthBarbados
Barbados is principally an agricul agricultural agrlcult agriculural ¬ 1
tural t ural xal country countr r sugar cane being the th e
chief product There are but three or o r
four villages on the Island and thes these e
have become so soovcrcrowded overcrowded that tit titgovernment the thegovernment thegovernment
government has found It necessary to toadcpt toadupt t tadopt o
adopt this means of thinning out the thepopulation thepopulation th I Ipopulation
population populationThe populationThe populationThe
The people who accent the offer hc are by b
ho no means which of the low class which so somany soman s o
many man European Europe n countries are glad to toget toget t tget o
get rid of
High Grade Going GoingThere GoingThere GoingThere
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seamstresses and people of like occu occupatlcn occupatlcl1 occ occpatirn u
patlcn among the emigrants In Bar Barbados Barbados Ba Babados r ¬
bados a seamstress earns 23 2 cents a 0 day
At first she nap mfW ma v find it hard to e eat eatAmerican eatAmerican
American food for in Barbados such suchvegetables suchve sue h
vegetables ve etables as onions and tomatoes are arenever arenev as asnever a
never nev r eaten raw and she finds it hard hardto hardto har harto d
to eat food pri prrared ared with Ith cream one on
declaring that she believed an American Americanwould Americanvould n
would not able able ta cook an egg eggwithout eggwithout eg egwithout s
without putting a 0 cream dressing dress In I > on it i
But on T1 the whole they the seem inclined inclinedto
to like America and as soon as one gets getssettled getssettled gel gelsettled s
settled and finds work she Is likely to tosend tosend
send back for other members of the tfamily e
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this city If your merchant does not handle them ask askhim askhim askhim
him why If you are in favor of the Union Shop 10p de demand demand demand ¬
mand UnionLabel l Goodsliens Goods Goodsflens GoodsI
I liens and Boys Boys Furnishing Goods such asClothes as asClothes s sClothes
Clothes Collars and Cuffs Raincoats Garters GartersHats GartersHats Garterstints
Hats Neckties Fancy Vests Overalls OverallsShoes OverallsShoes OverallsShoes
Shoes Shoes Overcoats Gloves Leather Belts BeltsCaps BeltsCaps BeltsCaps
Caps Shirts Suspenders SuspendersBarbers SuspmdersT SuspantiersBarbers
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IILL TILLWOMAN WOMAN WEDMarries WED WEDMarriesWOlllan
Marries MarriesWOlllan Woman He Sued Suedfor Suedfor Suedfor
for Breach Breach of Promise PromiseHAD PromiseHAD PromiseHAD
HAD REFUSED TO SETTLE SETTLEGroom SETTLEGroom SETTLEGroom
Groom Is Dr Campbell k a Well WellKnown WellKnown WellYnowaOetcopath
Known YnowaOetcopath Osteopath Ost path of ofPennsylvania ofPennsylvania ofPennsylvania
Pennsylvania
ilcKEESPORT Pa Oct Oct1GDr 1C 16Dr Dr W WWU WW S4 S4W
WU W Campbell the osteopath ost opath who wh instituted Insti Instituted ¬
tuted t breach of promise proceedings proceedlngstor proceedlngstor25OOOdanu for forx5000
x5000 25000 25OOOdanu damages ges against Mrs airs Rose A ABreUenrelth ABr ABre
BreUenrelth Br Bre ltenrelth a wealthy widow was wasmarried W83married wasmarried
married married secretly on qnFrlday on Friday evening to tothe tothewomnnagalnJt
the the thewomnnagalnJt woman against whom he brought broughtthe broughtthe broughtthee
the suit suitTha suitThe suitThe
The ceremony was performed by the theer he heRev e eReyDrLAo
Rev ReyDrLAo R er X Dr > r A G 9rubbspj1t Grubbs but the th fact facto factot of oftha offliermarHsge
t fliermarHsge tha emarrfagedld marriage did did not come out until to today todny toddy ¬
day dayThe
The pair took out a a a marriage marrlageUc license licenselast llc nse nselast nsolast
last Monday but at atthat at that time theywould they theywould theywould
would make no statement 3t tement as to when whenthey whenthey whenthey
they Intended < t to marry It rt was was statedby stated statedby stltedby
by Dr Campbell that thatthewlthdrawal the withdrawal of ofthe otthe ofthe
the suit for breach of promise pro laewould would not nottake nottake nottake
take place until untlloter after after the ceremony ceremony was wasperformed wasperformed was wasperformed
performed as ashe he feared featedthat that thatM Mrs s Breit Breitenreith Brcltenrelth Breit Breitettretth
enreith might mlghtagaln again change her mind mindDr mindDr lnd lndDr
Dr Campbell when seen this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon noon said The suit has been amicably amicablysettled amicablysettled amicablysettled
settled That is all 1 I 1havo have to say sayIt sayIt say
It Is understood that a acertaln certain amount amountof amountot amount amountof
of money was settled settledonDrCompbeIl settledonDrCompbeIlby on Dr Campbellby Campbell Campbellby
by his wife and that there Is s a 0 clause c iluse is isthe In Inthe Inthe
the agreement which permits permits ota 0f4 sepa separation separatloa separation ¬
ration at any time either either may desire it itBABYS It ItBABYS ItBABYS
BABYS AWFULSK AWFUL AWFULDoctors AFULSKENHUMOB
SK SKENHUMOB HUMDH HUMDHDoctors
Doctors and Hospitals Nos s Called it itChronic itChronic ItCaranlc
Chronic Eczema and Said SoresNever Sores SoresNever SoresNever
Never Could Be Healed HealedChild HealedChildWas Child ChildNWas d dWas
NWas Was Getting So Bad Mother MotherDidnt MotherDidnt MotheDidnt r
Didnt Know What To Do DoCURED DoCURED DoED
CURED ED BY B GUTICURA GUTICURAAT CUT U UE URA URAAT
AT EXPENSE E OF 175 175Words 175Words 175Words 5
Words cannot express my grati gratitude grtitude gat3tude ¬
tude for what Cuticura Cu cura Soap Oint Ointment Ointment Oin Oinwent ¬
ment and Resolvent have done for Ol my myv myson m mson
v son who when two twoyeacs twoyeESold twoold
yeacs yeESold old had Ec Eck Eczema
k zema as bad M s an anG any anychild anychild y
G child could couldhave have it itI
1 I had fCver several everal l doc dbctors doctors do dotors o
tors but when they theyXstopped theystc the y
stopped stc pped treating treatingF treatin treatinJ
J F r him his head would wouldi wouldbegin woul woulbegin
i begin to get sore soreagain soreagain
I again almost the thenext th thnext e
A next day It got of ofbad so soVJ sobad
VJ A bad I really didnt didntknow
know what to do At last we wetook took himto him himto
to the hospital where here the doctors said saidhe saidhe hued d
he had Chronic Eczema They gave gaveme gaveme gag e
me a wash for it but said it was fool foolish foolislito foolrshto ¬
ish islito to think of it ever being cured curedThe cur d dThe
The child was failing so I thought t
I must dp do something and reading readingabout readfugabout readin
about Cutiqura I went to the nearest assess
drug store and purchased a set of Cuti Cuticura Cuticura Cuticurs ¬
cura Remedies I used half of it and andfound andf andfound
found f und some relief rel cf and improvement improvementbut
but thought the change lor the better betterwas betterwas be
was was only temporary as it had been beenwith beenwith b
with all the other medicines ordered orderedby orderedby orders ordersby
by the th doctors But Butbytlle by the time I had hadused hadused ha d
used one and a half boxes of Oint Ointment Ointment Oin t ¬
ment one small bottle of Resolvent Resolventand Resolventand
and one cake of o4 Soap the cure was wascomplete wascomplete w as
complete and permanent with not asa a asign asign
sign of a a sore from that day to this tliisover tllisover thisover
over two years I shall never be with without ith ithout ¬
out Cuticura Soap I find it so good goodfor goodfor goo d
for the toilet and for the children childrenMrs childrenMrsJ childrenSche
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A LISNER LISNER28th LIS LISNERBirthday ER ER28th
28th Birthday
One of the establishments oldest patrons atrons remarked this morning morningI
I consider the Palais Royal a most beneficial instItution enabling enablingmany enablingmany enablingmany
many of us tLC to toJjve Jive within our moderate incomes and at the same time timeenjox timeenjox tjmeen1o
enjox en1o the superior things we could not otherwise afford affordSuccess affordA affordSuceess
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taSuccess Success financially Is gratifying but sweeter yet Is the assurance that tnatones thatones thatoness
ones greatest ambition Is being beInSj1eallzed realized For more morethan than a quarter century
the PalalsRoyal Palais Royal policy has been be n n to raise while
v Mar Quality nmaiifc v W UJU lowering XJ WC UJ pric price LJf iCt
to bridge the chasm between trashy goods at cheap prices and reliable reUableIooodsat reliablegoods j
goods Iooodsat at extravagant prices > > rices The remark as quoted Quoteda13ve above and the UteverY very
many other expressions of like appreciation on this nth Birthday Birthday Anniver Anniversary Anniversary Anniverry ¬
sary sa ry are the reward lung worked for and looked for Ceaseless effort effort has
brought br urht bountiful success and nd yylll bring continued success successIP
18771905 18771905One IP
One of the the mo most t marked changes the years have brought is tine the tkeevolai cvolor evolu
flow of of the Dry Goods Goads Store Stor with Its multlutude of bard vard ard goods To Toaythe To ¬
day aythe the readytowear readytowenr garments are of greatest seatest Importance The ThePala1s Palms
Royals Ro a1s nth Birthday BI hday Anniversary is associated with wltha a most interesting and
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for such highclass garments Investigate InvestigateTwo
Two dollars taken off the price of Best 5 to to 20 French
all ladles 115 15 suits and coats In all
Corsets at at10 40 10 per 1 > er cent
the t th e latest test styles
discount Best eit 250 50 X
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mento week weekWhite q A A table full of best 35c Hose HoseLadles
at at25c 2Sc for choice Regular 19C 19CWhite
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to be worn this week The Thonewest C
newest garments wceki3i Birth Birthday 8 6C Ladles Boys and Girls GirlsStockings
day memento mementoTho Stockings best of 19c kinds kindsne
are also a birthday Memen 2 C CThe
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sizes 4 to t o 14 years are here In plain plaincolor sizes to U years for torcolor forcolor
color and plaid cloths clothswith loths Note that these new Silk Patti ¬
with braid lace and andfancy coats ticketed 5543 513 5 are areas
fancy fane silk trimmings cj r m r rDuring as good as many man sold at fl A
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5he PALAIS P ALAIS ROYAL ROYALOpen
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