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8 THE WASHINGTON TDIES FRIDAY MAY lIA 3tAY20 20 1910 1910v
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ENTRIES FOR RUN RUNNEARING
NEARING NEARING200 200 MARK MARKOnly MARKOnly
Only One Day Remains for forMotorists forlfotorists forMotorists
Motorists to Join JoinCrowd JoinCrowd
Crowd CrowdROAD CrowdROAD CrowdROAD
ROAD REGULATIONS REGULATIONSAGAIN REGULATIONSA REGULATIONSAGAIN
AGAIN A AfN EXPLAINED EXPLAINEDList
List of Officials for Tuesdays TuesdaysEvent TuesdaysEvent TuesdaysEvent
Event Announced AnnouncedFurther AnnouncedFurtherDetails Further FurtherDetails
Details InThe In The Times TimesBy TimesBy TimesBy
By HARRY WARD WARDWell WARDWell
Well well well the Sociability Run Runis
Is taking Washington by storm The Theentry Theentry Theentry
entry list is creeping up to the 200mark 200markand 200markand 200markand
and trill surely reach It before the bell bellsounds bellsounds bellsounds
sounds tomorrow afternoon at 5 oclock oclockto
to close the box boxCome boxCome boxCome
Come in botorlsts before It Is too toolate toolate toolate
late Join with the big bunch already alreadyenlisted alreadyenl18ted alreadyenllsted
enlisted and try for th omany handsome handsomeprizes handsomeprizes
prizes that have been offered as rewards rewardsto I Ito
to those who v ho most nearly approach the thesecret thosecret thesecret
secret time to be set by a a high Govern Government Gocrnment Government ¬
ment official officialThe orficlalrhe oftlcfalThe
The silver loving cup offered as the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first prize by The Times will be ap appriately appriatelJ appriately
priately engraved with lth the name of ofthe otthe ofthe
the winning wlnnln driver make of car time timemade timemade timemade
made and other data of interest If you youare youare youare
are not fortunate enough to win this thishandsome thishandsome thishandsome
handsome trophy bear In mind there thereare thereare thereare
are many man other prizes ranging from frommagnums frommagnums frommagnums
magnums of champagne to auto gog goggles goggleS goggle ¬
gles gle It is Isbellved belived there will 111 be b prizesfor prizes prizesfor I
for the first fifty firt contestants who most mostnearly ntoetnearly I Inearly
nearly approach the scheduled time timeOfficers timeOfficers timeOfficers
Officers Are Entered EnteredAdmiral EnteredAdmiral EnteredAdmiral
Admiral Franklin C Prindle and Major MajorP IIaJolP
P W West U 8 A file dthelr en entries entdes entries ¬
tries this morning Admiral Franklin Franklindrives Franklindrives
drives a a Ford touring car while Major MajorWest MajorWest MajorWest I
West pilots a a Pullman PullmanSeveral PullmanSevernl PullmanSeveral
Several inquiries have h ve been made ofThe of ofThe orThe
The Times regarding the speed limit be beyond beond beyond ¬
yond ond the Anglers Club The Conduit Conduitroad Conduitroadentls Conduitroad
road roadentls ends at this colnt and the balance balanceof
of the Journey to Great Falls is madeover made madeover roadeoer
over a Maryland State road The speed speedlimit speedl1mJt speedlimit
limit from the beinninfr of the Conduit Conduitroad Conduitroad Conduitroad
road on the outskirts of Georgetown Geo town toGreat to toGreat toGreat
Great Falls is twenty miles an hour and andthis andthis andthis
this Is the rae contestants will of11 be per permitted pernutted Permitted ¬
mitted to make makeAnother mak makAnother makeAnother
Another Inquiry relates to the mannerof manner mannerof mannerof
of starting the cars They hey will be lined linedup 1tncdup linedup
up at the thestartlna starting point four abreast abreastand abreastand abreastand
and will 1n be seat ont away in platoons pJt ons of offour otfour offour
four at halfmlm h 1fmlmte te Intervals The full fundetails fulldetails tulldet
details det ns of the starting plan will be nub nubllshed nublIshed ub ublished
lIshed in The Sunday Evening Edition Editionof
of The Times together to ether with other In Information Information Information ¬
formation of interest to contestant contestantWatch contestanlgVatch contestantsWatch
Watch The Times for all the news of ofthe oftha ofthe
the sociabUltv ran ranPopularity mnPopularity runPopularity
Popularity Proved ProvedThe ProvedThe ProvedThe
The fact that 180 motorists have so sofar sofar sofar
far entered this unique competitive cOIJ > peUtV event eventattests evontattests eventattests
attests to the popularity > f the sociabil sociability 8QCl soclabllity U UIt ¬
It ity run Every participant has an equal equalchance equalchance equalchance
chance to win if he drive his car ac acrordlnit aeonln according
cording onln t othe speed 8 ed regulations andobserves and andobserves andcbsErves
observes caution on the turns In the therood theroad j I Irand
rood The primary object of the run Is Isto isto isto
to demonstrate that a e large lar e number numb 1 of ofmotorists ofmotorists
motorists can c n drive their machines over overa oera I
a good road without succumbing to the thetemptation thetempt thetpmptation
temptation tempt tfon to burn up the road Exces Excessive ExcesIn 15 cces ccescive ¬
sive In > speeding eed ng will effectually preventparticipation prevent preventparticipation preventparllchmtfon
participation fn the rrize awards a aa thesecret the thesecret theIEcret
secret time will bo based on the speedregulations speed speedregulations apeedTemtlatlons
regulations In the city eft limits and on the thefond theand theCondatt
fond Condatt and ait roadA road roadA roadA
A good time amid pleasant surround surroundings surroundIns surroundinns ¬
Ins is assured as ured all who take part in n the therun therun his e erun
run runDont Dont forget the entries will close at 5oclock 5 5oclock 5oclock
oclock tomorrow
I I F GREAT FALLS FINISH OF TIMES SOCIABILITY RUN I
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Vomt VLicn h cn Marks End of First Le Leg g of Journey on May 2 2lj Crrs rs Have One Hours Rest Before Starting StartingBack Start1n StartingBacc
Back to Washington Was 6tIn
OFFICIALS IN CHARGE CHARGEOF CHARGEOF
OF SOCIABILITY RUN RUNReferee RUNRetereeVllllnm RUNRefereeWllltnm
Referee RetereeVllllnm AVlllInm F Grade GndeStarter GradeStarterGeorge
Starter StnrterGNJrJe George A Scntel ScntelClerk i eRte cntelClerk
Clerk at atnrt RtnrtJ J M 1 Stoddnrd StoddnrdAaafotnnt
Aaafotnnt clerk nt iitnrt tnrtCharles tnrtCharlesA Charles CharlesA
A Jones JoneftTimenrntMum JoneTlrnenatullJley JonesTimers
TlrnenatullJley Timers TimenrntMum atllunsey ey building bolIdloSE E I IHough P PnouJh PIlough
Hough E II JohnnaeM Walter S SWard Sard SRnrd
Ward WardTimers RnrdTimers ard ardTimen
Timers at Great Ialls FallTbomaR FallTbomaRJilrb Tliomn TliomnKlrby s sKirby
Kirby Jilrb J P Yoder J It llllde lllldebrand Illldebrand
brand Jame Springrmnn SpringrmnnXumber SpringmanNom Springmnnumber
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Xumber Nom umber ber clerk clerkFred clerkFrederickWalfher clerkFrederickWalfherCurd Frederick erlckal Walther WaltherCurd ther therCurd
Curd marker JnarkenClaade Claude Rogers HojjersGeorge RobenGeor RogersGeorge
George Geor e P Fnyko Gardner F John Johnon Johnson TohnRon
Ron on F F Rogers and 31 D Lamboru Lam LamGASOLENE Lamborn
born bornGASOLENE boruGASOLENE
GASOLENE SCHOONER SCHOONERIS
IS BURNED AT SEA SEACrew SEACrew SEACrew
Crew of Eighteen Men and Two TwoWomen TwoVomen TwoWomen
Women Escape After Being BeingUpset BeingUpset BeingUpset
Upset Into the Ocean OceanNEWPORT OceanNEWPORT OceanNEWPORT
NEWPORT Ore May 20 3JThe The gaso gasolene gasolene aso asolene ¬
lene schooner J Marhoffer was as burned burnedat
at sea 5e Tuesday according to George GeorgeHasetofT GeorgeHaMtotr GeorgeHasetoff
HasetofT engineer of the vessel who whoJust whojust whojust
Just has arrived here hereAccording hereAceordlng hereAceording
According to Haartoff the vessel enel was wasdestroyed
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destroyed de troyed half a mile off Fogarty Creek Creekthe Creekthe Creekthe
the fire starting from rom a a leading gasolene gasolenepipe gasolenepfpe gasolenepipe
pipe The crow of eighteen men and andtwo andt andtwo
two t o women was as thrown into the water waterAS
AS they left the vessel ves el their boats b ats being be being befng ¬
ing upturned upturredbJ by a breaker All were wererescued wererescued wererescued
rescued The cook however died later latersuffering l1erfulrerlng latersuffering
suffering injuries when hen struck by a a fall falling tallIn fanlug ¬
lug In timber timberDrenched timberDrenched timberDrenched
Drenched to the skin the party passed passedthe PlS8 PlS8the passedthe
the night without file or food In the themorning themorning themorning
morning aid was procyr proe fired d from Cape CapeFoul eapeFoul ape apeFoul
Foul Weather Lighthouse
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MEXICO AS EXAMPLE EXAMPLEIN EXAMPLESYSTEM
IN INMonetary BANKING SYSTEM SYSTEMMonetary
Monetary Commission C mmission CitesI CitesIts Cites CitesIts
Its I ts Conditions As Argu Argument Argumeilt Argumerit ¬
merit for Central Bank BankIn
In a statement issued by the Monetary
Commission today toda the experience of the theNational tileaUonal theNational
National aUonal Bank of Mexico in meeting meetingthe meetingthe
the strain ot the panic of 19W Is w seed d as asan asan asan
an argument ar argument ument in favor of a central bank bankof bankor bankof
of issue for this country
It was pointed out In the statement statementwhich statementwhich statementwhich
which was prepared by b Charted A Co Conant CoDant Conant
nant that the Mexican bank met all therequirements the therequirements theroqulrements
requirements of the disturbed money mone monemarket
market He says ra there can be no doubt
but that the system of Mexico exlco wa wasuperier wa3uperier was wassuperler
superier to that of the United States Stat
The statement says In gumming up
the lessons Je sons to be derived from Mexican
banking experience attention Is called
to the fact that the circulation and cash caahreeource cashresources
resources of the National Bank 9f Mex ¬
ice Increased under the strain stra of the thecrisis th thcrisis e
crisis of 1607 at the expense or ofthe o the local
banks banksThis banksuThis banksThis
This said Mr Conant indicate
the powerful position which te occupied
by b the National Dank Its success suece in inmeeting Inmeeting Inmeeting
meeting the demands for to credit and cur currency currenC currency ¬
rency renC in the autumn tt < i IW7 and th the tbespring e
spring of 1900 1Q 1 QD may suffast SUf Mt the consid consideration con considoration ld lderatlon ¬
oration whether the function f nction of a cen ¬
tra tral bank in regulating the exchanges exchangesand
and the movement t oment of gold cannot cannotsuccessfully b bsuccessfully M Msuccesetully
successfully performed even though It i t
does not control the entire circulation circulationof n
of paper currency currencyThe currenc currencuThe currencyThe
The eseuntlal requirement requlrem Rt for the thecontrol thecontrol th thcontrol e
control of exchanges to the control of o f
the th supply uppb of fn
capital or
currency on onthe onthe o othe n
the margin of supply It is the rut ¬
ficiency or the deficiency detlcfenc of this supply
on the margin which practically deter determines determines determines ¬
mines the course of the exchanges
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ADDITIONAL ENTRIES ENTRIESIN
IN SOCIABILITY RUN RUNXo RUNNo
Xo Car Entrant Entrant14nahlngtnn Entrantt4i
14nahlngtnn 147 AVaihlnfftnn S A Merchant Merchant34S lUerchant48Amerlcan Merchant145American
48Amerlcan 34S American 31 u 1 II Bray Dra DraI49Dulck Ihrny140Ilulck
148 I49Dulck Bulck James Yorne P Coon CoonISO CoonIOIord Coon150Ford
ISO IOIord Ford J Y II Hedge Hedges151Ford
I IUUFord
151 UUFord Ford M I It Edward Edward13Ford Edwards15Ford
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13Ford 132 Ford Admiral F C Prindle Prindle133Ford Prindle155Ford
153 133Ford Ford H F Mooney Mooned154Ford IooneyWFord
354 WFord Ford IV V C Prather155Ford Prather PratherI
155 I 5Ford Ford 31 Mlss Us 3Iary MonibanIntlFord Monlhnn IonlhanIt6Ford
15 It6Ford Ford D O Leech LeechIGFord LeechlbrFord
157 IGFord Ford R I L Lewis licvrln15S Lewilil Lewis155WarrenDetroit
15S l 155WarrenDetroit > WarrenDetroit N 5 Berries BowlesI BowiesI59Pullman
159 I 9PuIJnlan Pullman E A A Jtulitken100Pullman Mnlliken Io1JiKcU160PulImDn
100 160PulImDn Pullman MaJ DJ P W V West West101Maxwell V t tIOI3htxwell
101 IOI3htxwell Maxrrell Minn 311 G Thompson ThompsonItC2Ford ThompsonIci2Ford
1112 ItC2Ford Ford R J Quigley QulglejILLINOIS QuigleyILLINOIS QuigleyILLINOIS
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ILLINOIS MINERS MINERSTO i
I i TO GO qp ON STRIKE STRIKECommittee
Committee to Settle Controvere ControverDisagrees i
Disagrees and Convention L I IExpected
Expected to Vote SuspensionPEORIA Suspension SuspensionPEORIA
PEORIA May 3 2LThe The 7269t miners minersof
of Illinois will strike after having
sus suspended suspended suspended ¬
pended work more than a month ate a h ago agopending agopeAdlng agopending
pending an adjustment of their difficul difficulties difficulties ditficulties ¬
ties with the operators operatorsThe OperatorsThe
The committee of eight to which was wasleft as asleft
left the final consideration of the
va varkHK various a arlous
rkHK controversies has disagreed dl agreed and
th the Joint convention wiu call a strike triK
The miners made several concessions COIICee Ion
but they stood solidly against paying the
shotnrers shotnrersFIREMENS MtotftrersFIREMENS I
FIREMENS PAY RAISED RAISEDSCRANTON RAISEDSCRANTO I I 1
SCRANTON Pa May Y y 31 > > The wage W8 wagetrouble t ttrouble i itrouble
trouble between the Lackawaana Rail Railroad Railroad flailroad ¬
road and its firemen has been settled settledcrease
The firemen have been granted 8te4l an In
crease which hich averages if 1 1per per cent and
dates from May 1
I The Boys Shop ShopWe
We have firmly established this as the th safe safeplace safeglace i iplace
place to buy the Boys Clothes ClothesConstant I IConstant i
Constant care care incessant aggressivenC5Sand aggressiveness and weve raised the boys standard to the importance I
it merits No longer is it what the boy oy must takeBUT take BUT WHAT WILL THE BOY HA HAVE HAVEand VEand and for i
his choice and yours there are assembled on this great Second Floor of ours the theBEST I
BEST that thats > s produced by the leading makers of Boys Clothing selected with withgreatest withgreatest withgreatest
greatest scrutiny and offered at such moderation in
price our big outlet and pro progressive progressive ¬ 1
gressive policy can command comnlandthe the BEST CHEAPEST S
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Boys Combination SuitsJr Suits Suitseach Suitsach
Jr 3 each with two pairs of Knickerbockers made madeup madeup madet
t up in four very neat patterns of ofcheviot ofcheviot ofcheviot
cheviot double breasted jac jackets jackets t
rf kets All sizes from 7 to 17 17years 17rf p 2 98
years Worth 400 400Boys 400Boys oo s sBoys
I iT11 Boys All Wool Cheviot Suits Suitswith Suitswith
with with double seats and double sewed with silk silkKnickerbocker silkKnickerbocker silkKnickerbocker
Knickerbocker pants lined all through reinorced rein reinforced reinftrced ¬
forced at every strainable point pointDouble pointDouble t
Double breasted and Norfolk Norfolkstyles Norfolkstyles Norfolkstyles 5 0 0
styles Worth 750 a
Boys Globe GlobeUnderwear GlobeUnderwear GlobeUnderwear
Underwear UnderwearBoys
Boys Ribbed BalbrigganUnderwear Balbriggan BalbrigganUnderwear Balb ggan gganUnderwear
Underwear long and short shortsleeves shortsleeves shortsleeves
sleeves knee and ankle anklelength anklelength anklelength
length drawers drawerspopular drawerspopularGlobe popular popularGlobe
Globe brand brandWorth brandWorth brandWorth
Worth 50c 50cSpecial 50cSpecial 5OCSpecial
Special 39c
Boys Blue Serge Suitsstrictly Suits Suitsstrictly Suitsst
strictly st ct1y ALLWOpL ALLWOOL and FAST COLOR all allseams allseams allseams
seams reinforced with tapes fullcut Knicker ¬
bocker pants lined throughout Every EverYsuit suit guar guaranteed guaranteed guaranteed ¬
anteed in every respect Double Doublebreasted
Worth breasted 750 and Norfolk styles stylesWorth stylesWorth p 5 0 0 V
Boys B J Wash Suits Suitsa S Sa
a lot of sizebroken numbers that have sold soldout soldout soldout
out all but these two or three of a kind Rus Russian Russian ¬
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sian and Sailor Blouse Blousein in plain plainwhite plainwhite plainwhite
white and fancy effects sizes scatter scattering scattering ¬ I Iing
ing g from 2 to 10 years Y ears Worth Worthfrom Worthfrom 9 98c 8 C
from 150 to 250
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Special Sale of Childrens Childrensyoull Straw Hats HatsTomorrow Hatsromorrow
Tomorrow youll you II find on sale these reg regular regular regular ¬
ular values Indrildrens in Childrens Straw Hats at atSPE atSPECIAL SPE SPECIAL SPECIAL ¬
CIAL PRICES They are the shapes you youWidebrim youVideb youWidebrim
Widebrim Videb m Sailors in Milan Straws Fancy Straw
Sailors Java Straws in white and col colored colored colored ¬
ored braids trimmed t mmed with silk bands bandsto bandsto
to match mat h or in contrasting colors They Theyare Theyare I 4 5
are 195 hats Choice ChoiceChildrens ChoiceChildrens ChoiceChildrens i
Childrens Rough Straw Sailors with wide widebrims wideb widebrims
brims b msj trimmed l mmed with solid color silk bands b nds and andbows
bows Regular 150 straws 95 C
Boys Neglige NegligeShirts NegligeShirks I IShirts
Shirts ShirtsBoys
Boys Plain White and andFancy andFancy andFancy
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Fancy Neglige Shirts Shirtsplain Shirtsplain Shirtsplain
plain and plaited bosoms bosomsneat bosomsneat I Ineat
neat patterns and full cut cutWorth cutWorth cutWorth
Worth 75c 75cSpecial 75cSpecial 75cSpecial
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Army and an Navy NavyService NavyService I IServ
Service Serv ce Orders Ordersj
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j ARMY ARMYColonel ARMYColonel
Colonel JOSEPH GARRARD Fifteenth
1 I Cavalry will proceed on or 0 about aboutAugust aboutAugut aboutAugust
August li lilt to Camp Perry Ohio OhioNational Ohio6n
6n official bustne business pertaining to the
National Na Uonal Rifle Association Aa o Iatlon of Amer Am r
lea and upon the completion completion of this
duty will return to his proper sta ¬
tion tionMayor I
Major BEECHER B RAY paymaster pa paymasternow mute I Inow
now on leave of absence ab erce at Elwood Elwood I IInd
Ind is relieved from from duty in the
Department D of California and will I
proceed to Atlanta Ga on or about
June 1 l 1tll 1 t and Dd report in person to
the commanding general Derart DerartI
I ment of the Gulf for duty dutyj dutyis I
j captain I is cast tain WILLIAM W HAMILTON RA AJfILT 1LTON 1LTONoast v
yoast oast Artillery ArHUel Corps is I relieved
from treatment at the Army and
Navy General Hospital Ho pttaJ Hot Springs
Ark and will proceed to his proper
station ttatlonj
j NAVY NAVYI NAVYYkl
I I Midshipman Ykl blpMaD H H RITTER detached
New Jersey to Reid ReidActing ReidActing Reidacti
Acting acti T n Assistant Surgeon E P P HAL
TON appointed an acting aC actin assistant assistantMirxeon uatstanteon assistantsurgeon
surgeon eon from May ay IS JSlf JSlfPay 19 19Pay 19Snay Rt
Pay Inspector J J CH1E CHBATHAM T THAM to tonavy tonavy tonavy
navy yard rd New York N Y as asgeneral asgeneral asgeneral
general storekeeper storekeeperPaymaster IKDrekeeperPaymastet storekeeperPaymaster
Paymaster G BROWN jr detached detachedMaryland detuhfdIfaryaad detachedMaryland
Maryland to home and D4 walt orders ordersPaymaster ordersPaymaatw ordersPaymaster
Paymaster E C TOBEY detached navy navyyard na nala navyyard
la yard New York N Y to aary lary
land landj
j j Boatswain BoataM A W A MACDONALD de detached dftaehed detacked ¬
tacked Phifctdrlphia Phlld oh navy Yy yard Pu Pugat Puget Pugot
get Sound Wash to Glacier GlacierBoatswain GlaeJerBoatswain GlacierBoatswain
Boatswain J E CATTWRIGHT de detached detaehed detached ¬
tached Glacier to home and wait waitorders waltorders waitorders
orders ordersPaymaster ordersPImastet ordersPaymaster
Paymaster Clerk C1 k J C WATERS ap appolntJReftt a antntent ¬
pointment ntntent a as a a paymasters J31B ter clerk clt cier ciervty > rlC rlCduty
duty vty Maryland revoked revokedMOVEMENTS reY revokedMOVEMENTS ked kedMOVEMENTS
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Hampton Roads Wllmlnrton and
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CIVIC CLEANLINESS GLEANLINESSAIDED CLEANLINESSAIDED
AIDED BY CHILDREN CHILDRENChildren
Children of Columbia Heights have haveCloperated havecoperated I Icooperated
cooperated in an effort aort to keep dean deanthe Ch cleanthe A
the street streets of that section of the city r
The youngsters were ere acted a ed some weeks weeksNke weeksage eeks
a age to pick up all scraps ot pa paper andlice and andltKe I
lice debris and to refrain from making makingchalk m8d m8dchalk makingchalk
chalk marks on the sidewalks and aidesof sides sidesof skieor
of buildingsFor buildings buildingsFor bulkllnJBFor
For their efforts they were rewarded rewardedyesterday rewardedye rewardedyesterday
yesterday ye terday afternoon with a party part i given givenNv ven venby en entov
by A L Marsh owner of the Savoyapartments Savoy Savoyaitartments Savoyartm 1
apartments artm nls in Fourteenth street
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uratic Impurity gets get into the circulation by absorption a rption usually because of ofconstipation ofcon ofcaaSipaton
constipation con lpat1on weak kidneys and over otner ot er systemic irregularities Then the theblood t theblood e eblood
blood becomes weak and sour and irritating unite particles are formed in th thvital this th3vital thisvital <
vital fluid When in this impure condition the blood can not fumisii the thenecessary thenecessary thenecessary
necessary amount of nourishment to the different muscles tendons nerves and andligaments andligaments andligaments
ligaments of the body Instead it constantly steeps them in the briny acridmatter acridmatter acrid acidmatter
matter and the gritty urate particles collect COU in the Joints which hica causes caus thepains the thepains thepains
pains aches and soreness of Rheumatism Liniments plasters etc may mayxelieve mayzelieve mayrelieve
relieve the acate pain ofr ofran of an attack tck of Rheumatism but such treatment treatmentdoes treatmentdoes treatmentdoes
does not reach the blood and therefore can have no permanent good effect effeteThere effectThere effectThm
There is but one way to care Rheumatism and that is to purify the blood o othe Qtthe Qt pfthe
the acid poison S S a S goes OGS into th the circulation and attacks the disease at
its head It removes the t e cause for the t e reason that it is the greatest of all allblood allbJood allblood
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cods CO L5 the acid ac d heated circulation adds richness and nourishment to the blood bloodand bloodand
i and permanently cures Rheumatism S S S does not patch up it cures curespermanently curesperman curespermanently
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