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14 THE WASHINGTON Vi SHINGTON TIMES MONDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1910
VIGOROUS OROUS CAMPAIGN CAMPAIGNBYLI CAMPAIGNBY
BYLI BY LIQUOR UOR INTERESTS INTERESTSPersonal
Personal Liberty League Will WillResist WillResist WillResist
Resist Further Further Sale SaleRestrictions SaleRestrictions SaleRestrictions
Restrictions RestrictionslurtMr
lurtMr srtdetisas bry Gtepyse OR ORthe enthe
the eels of lt JIIpaor aor ha tIMI th DIIMrriot will willbe viiibe
be vtswe111117 y resisted by the UMFaa UMFaaLtDerty Pscsihit1 Pscsihit1LWerty
LtDerty 1 Laaase Ute tb IeMiag aadPN aadPNhibtUoR adprohibeftlonergarifwdon
hibtUoR hibeftlonergarifwdon OIIPdoB III 1M ii dtr and andnumerous a andnumerots tl tlu
numerous numerots u a < < clashes between bmweat a the league leagueand 1eapeand Iaagaeand
and the temperaae r ices e s art ex expected exJeCtecL axAected ¬
pected pectedInitial JeCtecLInitial AectedInitial
Initial steps lite for the campaign camiai R will fee betaken feetaken 1tetakea
taken Friday F lay JIiII night when new snickers oCncerswill ofIIeerswill snickerswill
will b M elected at a meeting te 4e e held heldat JNJdat heldat
at the offices of Charles Cllan W DoT DarrSeventh DMTSeventh DoTSevelltJa
Seventh and G streets northwest Simon SimonWolf SimonWolf
Wolf and Mr Darr are Candida caadidatea tea for forthe r rthe forthe
the presidency pre ideDey of the th league With WIt the theboth tJMelection tineelection
election of the DeW oleos will begin beginboth 1testaboth
both an offensive offeo he and defensive ftgfct ftgfctA AIatA RghtA
A meeting of the executive committee committeeof ee eeof
of the Ie league gee was w held yesterday 7 after afternoon aft aftnoon afternoon < < ¬
noon at th the home of Gap J Walter WalterMitchell WalterMitchell WaiterAiitchell
AiitchellQCO11i11i0R Mitchell MitchellOCONNOR MitchellOCONNOR
OCONNOR STANDS STANDSTRIAL STANDSTRIAL STANDSTRIAL
TRIAL TOMORROW TOMORROWLieutewurt TOMORROWLieute TOMORROWLieuteit
Lieutewurt Lieute aat of Chemical Eii Engine EngineCompany EagineCompany ine ineCoii
Coii Company pny Must Answer Neglect Neglectof Ne t tof
of Duty DutyLI chargeLieut Charge ChargeLieut
Lieut LI ut Edward OConnor of etEngine Chemical ChemicalEngine CbentieaaEngine
Engine Company No 1 is charged with withae wttJrthree wttIr1Ieglect
1Ieglect ae t ct fill duty and a wtD 1Ie given a aearin abearing
bearing earin < < Taoe Tuesday daJ moraia the chargegrowing charge cbaIpgrowi
growi growing out or the are that deIItroJo deIItroJothree detrtroyeithree
three frame t houses at Ord and Forty Fortyday FOIty1ourth
fourth streets DOI nortbeaat I4IIUt eari arty Iaa Sum Sumday Suaday
day morn mornFire morning morningFire 1IS 1ISJo
Fire Jo which Is believed belie to have ba been beencaused MeaoaUMd beenoauod
caused by an explosion was discovered discoveredat < <
at the home of Hiram Soper and the theChemical theChemical theChemical
Chemical Engine Company responded respondedto 11 II III lie lieto i
to an alarm The flames spread rapidly rapidlyand rapidlyand rapdiyand
and soon destroyed the houa hthnles on either eftIIerJide eitherside ttherside
side of the Soper home which were oc occupied eecupie41 occupied ¬
cupied by Mrs Mattte Wawrock and andWilliam aIMlW andWDitam
William W Uliam Plummer Th TIle houses hou8es01nt4 were wwoowned wereowned
owned by Allen W MaHoay and the
damage da mage was w estimated at RIt 9aHMi
It is alleged alle that Lieutenant OCon OConnor OConnor OConnor ¬ i
nor erred in not calling can for assistance assistancesot JtCe
from other companies when the thegot 11saaes 11saaesgot
got beyond control of the chemical en enSines etIbnes engnes
Sines under his supervision supervisionJUVENILE auperTiI supervisionJUVENILE On OnJUVENILE
JUVENILE MEETING MEETINGPLEASES MEETINGPLEASES MEETINGPLEASES
PLEASES DELACY DELACYJudge DELACYJudge DELACYJudge
Judge Holds Open Air Session SessionWhich SessionYhich SessionWhich
Which Is Largeay LargeayAttended Let y yAUeaded r rAtteaded
Attended AtteadedJudie AUeadedJudp AttendedJndye
Jndye De DeIac7 cr of th the 7arrNis Jvw oOm Court Courtis
is consnttotattng con hima himself IC today open VRODthe openthe
the 1 t snoecm S of mn tanovattoa wMek be heinaugurated beina beinaugir
inaugurated ina inaugir ug ted yesterday ta II baling bMtn an anopen n IIOl
0 Ol open > en air meOng at which about IMbvy 1 1biys let letlxys
biys s and lid girls w wJudse wen adds rcd by IaiIR IaiIRin hfinin
in the rear of the JurveOile JUWftI Ie Court eortJude CourtJudge
Jude DelJicy dwelt liiLijiaHy pi < 1 11y ea < n the thegood thesood thegood
good effects of educaOoa educaOoaund edueatlollAnd wag boys boysand
And > iris to attend mgfct aettoaM ta a th tIN
District Djtri especially Iy adapted for t tH tham thamHe tbs tbsHe
He H made a strong BtJODg appeal for t tciti3enJhip anal analcitizenship soojcitizenship
citizenship explaining the help It wo wound woeIdfor ld
1 be for them In th the rotate to tnre and explain explainIn expIaDi1g espLfairg
In i1g their duty dut to their home and aMI their theircountry theirountry theircountry
country countryWASHINGTON countryWASHINGTON ountryWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON WOMEN WOMENAID WOMENAID WOMENAID
AID PELLAGRA VICTIM VICTIMtTben
When Miss Ijpc Gertrude Monsen X I11f11 the pet pellagra lMdans petIagrs ¬
lagra ans patient tkrt at Georgetown Geo nwa Hoapital Hoapitalwalks HopkaIalk HopiWwalks
walks alk from that Institution core c cirreI r within withinthe wtthhxtbf wltMnthp
the next fe fen days she wfll 01 be given dv aM aMT aid1oy sadby
T 1oy > v wary orooUnent Washington asbburtoamen asbburtoamenwho women womenwho w nee neewho
who have started a n movement > ovcj rtit nor or her herrelief herrelief herrelief
relief reliefMiss reliefisi reliefHiss
Miss isi Mom MonJIiPII > m te oe 5 of the white < wom women woieen WOmen ¬
en who whoarrhsd aiiKed In this city with Jtb a aho seam necrrnho seamn
n ho apnliefl al to o himself the title of ofPishon ofPichsc J
Pishon Sturtevant H He bE i now DO sap sap1nr servinsr 3erVin
insr in title t tir > in the 1 BalttRJC Baltimore ft fin j 7sttTRIPS < ltJ ltJTRIPS I ITRIPS
TRIPS PLANNED TODAY TODAYFOR TODAYFOR TODAYFOR
FOR VISITING SINGERS SINGERSTrins
Trim to Fort hirer My i and nd it t Vernon VernonArMrston Vernonr1ip VernonArlington
Arlington r1ip ton National Cenartery and other otherplac otherDiscos
111 Discos plac < t of interest are planned 1 for to todays toda todais ¬
days da entertainment of the visiting isftl Kew Kewtafel Xe XeTQrk KewYork
York singers ty the S Saeapeebuod SaeapeebuodThe rw4 rw4Ttf
The meenhera 1 e1n of the uoOII IiMer Iisdertael IiMertafel
tafel arrayed In this tdsciTV city yesterday and andwere anelweeo andwere
were tendered a reception at the Saen Saengprbund Saeagprbuncl Seeagerbund
gprbund hall last nht night Tb TIM They y h ha baa visited YWtedG4ttn vtatt visitedGettyc d dG
G G4ttn ttvs urr r P Pfft n Mar Harpers H rpers Ferry Ferryand Ferryand Ferryand
and other taints of interest Tfc Wash Washington WashlIl Waehington ¬
ington lIl > n Saengerbund Saen rbuDd pr presented aented e4 th tM tMton viettnr vM vMtors
ton with an enormotss etch h standing standingnearly standingnearly pMwiS pMwiSll
nearly ll rty three t feet f t Mch ht b with tie name nameof DUneof nazeeof
of the visiting T dtin society tns tnCDETECTIVES tnaTfied < ribed thereon thereonDETECTIVES theruioRDETECTIVES
i iCLUE
DETECTIVES HAVE HAVECLUE HAVECLUE
CLUE TO T 0 BURGLARY BURGLARYDetecthre BURGLARYDetect1V8 BURCrLARYDetectives
Detectives at the t Central cn Ottlee Otfeetoday Otfeetodayare today todayare
are 11 on the trail of the thief who took tookpcvral tookPCVf11d tooks
pcvral PCVf11d s = abides of value 311H from th the hen borne hemeOf borneof c cOf
Of F A Fink 1142 Sixth street north northwest JIOrthw northwest ¬
west w westMr t tMr I IMr
Mr Fink believe that th t the boo house ws wasentered wsentered waafntere4
entered somethae within the past two twodava t tdaVs twolave
lave since S ftCe which time two tobn held oM babybracelets baby babybracelets
bracelets bn leta two void baby b rives riIt riItstrinJ and one onestrinp satestring
string of Ta8lDaD12 Ta n ante beads an vain YaIud > d at atftfeout at8Iiout atshout
shout O 3 have been nlsedngPANCO nXsaing nXsaingPANCO I IP
PANCO P ST IS S SOLD SOLDTO SOLDTO SOLDTO
TO GEORGE DECKER DECKERThe DIECKERI I
The consideration UoU in the transfer er of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Fancoast anartment h banns m u8e e to torer George GeorgeDedwr GeorgeAeaker
Dedwr which wap wa rIU annoonced 4 Sat Satvrday Sat1m Saturday
vrday 1m by Wflliam W liam H Saandera 9a n4ers a Co ic icF isgvea I In
F gvea = vcn n as I1 f55 iyEatlli As part 1Lrt paY yDeIIt > e t five fivenew fiv fivn fiVtJ
new n J < > w houses at a = the corner of Kbith and andniscn andAllison Id IdJisnn
Allison streets t ts Petworth twortJt teau ice at atccn a aconsideration aconSderation
consideration ccn deMltiOn of IIIJo JW meU earliCHURCH meUCHURCH elL elLCHURCH
CHURCH NEARLY READY READYThe
The first Sunday in I October Oetol er it is issaid i5Eal issaid
said Eal will mark the completion of th thextensive the thecxtenaive thecuensive
extensive improvement which at a atost sst aSt
tost st of ZI J I 5 itt bare ba n been made In Intt Inl
tt l Patrick Charts On this day ac actrdlnar aerdta acc
c trdlnar rdtng rdta to the Rex ae T Dr > r Russell the theresnlatr theHgnlar theregular
regular service of the th ehnrrh will wtnhflPa willhr willhtgin
htgin hr gin with the forty hours devo devotion devotio devotion ¬
tion tio From that date da tf > the solemn high hUrbinass IaUbIrISII highmass
mass will 111 be resumed and will be behdd hehtid beheld
held at the church each SoMdajr at II IIoclock 11o lIoeloek
oclock o loek
2775 to New Orleans s La and Return ReblmBaltimore RetardF ReturnSalthnore
Baltimore F Ohio > Route R Ro ate September ttth ttthto 12thin th thto
to Htli vai1 aj1 for return anttl September Septemberilst
ilst 5t AK A t < agents for particulars partiMriaIlLAdfi partiMriaIlLAdfiBaltiore par kuiaraAdvt kuiaraAdvtEaitiWore Advt AdvtBaitiaore
Baitiaore c Ohio Raflreau Raflreauj 1 i1m i1mI1i5
j S7 > > rc 11 y Cri sin I1i5 ntsi iSi t Tickets to topacif tnFadf toFacif
pacif Cq < st an and > 1 niitiy n i1Y other olh r Western WesternP Y 1esternP trn trnptnl
P ptnl < tnt = > = T fk rk r k Aens Azen ns s for sellingdates selling sellingdates U1ng U1ngdateIJ
dates ar2 Ii e fu U1 d taM t Aivt ALr
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r
FAVORS RATS AND PUFFS PUFFSBONFIRES PUFFSBONFIRES PUFFSBONFIRES
BONFIRES AND FISHING
President Hall of Clark Uni University University University
versity Discusses Bar Barbarism Barbarism Barbarism ¬
barism of Childhood ChildhoodDENIES ChildhoodDENIES ChildhoodDENIES
DENIES ADVOCATING ADVOCATINGFLIRTING ADVOCATINGFLIRTING ADVOCATINGFLIRTING
FLIRTING FOR GIRLS GIRLSYoung GIRLSw GIRLSYoung
Young Woman w Oman of O f Sixteen Possesses PossessesTwo PoS5essTwo PossessesTwo
Two Souls and Is uBaf uBaffling Baf Baffling Baffling ¬
fling Prob Problem ProblemWOJiICKSTBJt Problemwo1CI6TAIt n nWOHCWSTWt
wo1CI6TAIt WOHCWSTWt Mass x Sept SeI t 4 4rDr 4rDrG Or OrG I IG
G Stanley Hall president of Clark ClarkUniversity ClarkUJltvendt ClarkUniversity
University scientist tbt and IMI peycbolq peycbolqgist JMYellolPt paycholqgist
gist who gives 11 worna w two souls t tmans tA tAJDaJlS tb tbroans
mans one has ha fount to his 11 imrestiga lnnestigateens
teens into the sphere of r femininity femininityfraught fensialnityfraught tJ Alty
fraught rallt with tr troabie troabieHe hle hleH bleH
H He doerat ev e etea n like to talk aboutgtrk about aboutytrl
ytrl now tw Certain reports are trouilIsg trou trouWi
Wi ilIsg 11 r him himOne hornOhs
One 0 is that ire h advocates vocates Slrttag for fortions torl forplrs
plrs l = Jris as a safety t ty valve for their ero eroUsas ao aotioas
tions Another makes Mak him Itl say y that thath tbatlac thatthe
the h lac girl of sixteen sIxt eJI with bar rats ratsfwinX rablput ratsipiiffg
fwinX lput i cmpa Catpa4Qnra liMirs r and 1Ml curls is a acreature ILCCfa acreature
creature CCfa tvre akiiolitiely a1e oiWteb without witlttrel witlttrelthini religion religionA
A third is i that ho has written a nook 1Htekut bookabout nookabout
about ut The Psychology F3YcheIogyot of Cupid Copiddergymen CppidCleIbYMG CupidClergymen
Clergymen awl teachers have ve h 1 been beenarising 4te1I 4te1INr1t1a en enjrritine
arising Nr1t1a to ask a k about that and 114 DrHall I Dr DrHall > r rHall
Hall says their letters sire r not pleas pleasant pl plantreadiMg pleasant ¬
ant antreadiMg antreadiMgJust reading readingJuat readingJust
Just se e that exclaimed Dr Clark ClarkHe ClarkHe Clarklie
He pointed to a lon J long article on Ls Lsadvocacy Lt LtadYOCeY Lsadvoacy
advocacy of Iiirtiag fllrtin 1 am repre repres repreIleBted represeated
s seated nted as standing staD4i < < for that I hav havsever bavesever
sever JiC < Yer discwwed discn eed that subject bjeet sortomly sortomlyor y yGI
or ctherwise t I am reported aa jn jnsistiaK n nlba nstating
stating that the girl of sixteen slxt is isutterly ISututrl isutterly
utterly ututrl irreligious All statistics a at uuc my myown JaYtwa mywit
own wit IJlcl indudmf clMd d show ow OH the contrary contrarythat eeatrarythat contrarythat
that tiiis Ihi i ida > > is 1 the most oat religious rel stage atageGf stageof tqef
of f liter literHe bfe bfeHe 11felie
He also protarEed protest ad with vehemence vehemencethat vehemencethat emeDC6 emeDC6tJaat
that he h never B < eVer under any MUM had hadwritten badwritten hadwritten
written a bOOk on loveDr love JoveDr
Dr > r Hall stands for 91 th tile girl of six sixJWK sixteenrah x xteeDrats
teeDrats pates JOmpadoalS doarn aU alllom aUas
JWK teenrah as he a stands ompa for u the hoy boy who plays playstrmtnt pia piatnNUat playstruant
truant loves lov to go out with the theand PIle PIleaDd gngand
and do other wild things tIabI that city cityparents dtYtIecl dtYtIeclpareats cityfledparents
parents consider c nQder nQderDr feacbarte feacbarteDr baebatlcDr
Dr Hall considersthem barbaric too tooand toolid tooand
and lid therefore logical Something Somethingthe fJ fJthe of ofthe
the caveman cav Is m every boy M h JIe be believes beue believes ¬
lieves The call to ove or In the woods woedthe woodsthe
the lure of the Ant spring days to the thefor thepool thepool
pool where the flab bite ne Uae II IItbe lava lavathe
bitethe
the love ee of the bonfire the thelava b peel peelfor pnffor
for few clothes or for none at all aUU aUUare auelare all allare
are reverberations in the boys bOy soot Of Ofthose c ctho8e ofthose
those old days when man went i ihunt forth to tobunt tobunt
bunt and kill so that he might not b4 b4hunted b bbunted b4hunted
hunted and killed killedCity kiUdcity kllidCity
City life is u hothouse life that tends tendsto
to ripen everything ev before Its It time the thedoctor CMdoctor thedoctor
doctor said Stories and Del nature JI Ue the theHeld Utefield theAeld
Held forest fore t hill shore o water flowers flowersanimals ftOw ftOwaJdmalB flowersthe
animals should aH II be a big part partlife of 0 the theItf thelife
Itf life of 0 the soy 1 boyBut soyBut oy oyBat
But he does not attribute vasartas of ofthe etthe ofthe
the budding auddtaV girl to the eaU to the theprimitive Uteprbllltive theprimitive
primitive That is I why she to the UtelatJ1cte most mostintricate moottntrkate
intricate and aDdthat baffling problem peals pealsthat perJtapethat
that science baa facedAmoag faced facedAmons facedAIIIOIIg
Amons the insects birds and aaI animals aaIIt aaimaln
mals it is the male that puts on beauti beautiful beuttg beautiful ¬
ful array when the love season dawns dawnsDr dawnsDr w wthe
g Dr Hall r said Bat with b humans it is isth Isthe
the th female This is the season of bangs bangscurls beJIpcum bangscurls
curls puffs pompadours pompadours frills frfl ribbons ribbonspossibly rlbboDapo be
possibly po albly rouges and powders high hipibflaunting heels heelsflaunting bee beeftaUBtiDf
flaunting hats sunshades 1IUd ornamental ornamentalpurses erDaIDeIatalpuJMll ornamea ornameapuTees
purses bangles and Del very Ion long 10DcPlaia gloves glovesPlata glovesPlasm
Plata soup vegetable table and ftsh irkand Irk her herand heraDd
and she presses p on to dieart as to the thetamer thepoet
poet ifiondoatlar J I chapter of as cluJl dallint aDYeL aDYeLBat >
Bat it is at t ihIs period periodIty that 1Ier 1IerIt f
It Ity ot JMtt begins to denIIOIt a bait el elIDaer oftuna
tamer shrine riDe soul that con conwhile C DtaIIMJ aonee of ofthe
the most primitive iD instI tlDet8 nets of her sex sexwhile ex exwhile
while the other self fa i is a more social socialsuperficial socialsuperflciai ctaJ ctaJauperftcia1 I
superficial one which Is occupied with withthe withthe withthe
the interests IDtere ts of her dally life lifeThe lifeThe lit litThe
The two lives may be entire tl strang strangers atnL strangers ¬
ers to each other although alt the uppers uppersself upper upperself uppereel I
self eel is more likely likel never ne to suspect the theexisteeee j jexistence i iextstitce
existence of th lower The tower low for forInstance forinstance I ItaStaDce
Instance often falls ra love loy long 10 before I beforethe eforethe j jthe
the upper has any inkling IDkI1D < < of C it itwbeD and andwhen andwhen
when It does oe so a crisis arises Thus Thuswoman Thuswoman l1na I Iwoman
woman who was once thought tboa < < ht soulless soullessnow I Enow Inow
now comes nearer to having havta < < two souls soulsthan aonisthan 18
I
than does man maJLlR manIn manIn
In education Dr Hall said saidIT not near nearly nearly ¬
ly eLOUP e ouch attention was paid to theteaching the theteaching 1Jaeteadd
teaching teadd of morals The Them teaching teachl its of ofcourage ofeou ofcourage
courage eou e was especially essei es eltIaL eltIaLCourage > tiaL tiaLCourage
Courage can be taught taughtmethods by different differentmethods dUlereGtbods
methods bods he went on Stories and andRan andCHILDRENS andCHILDREN5S
CHILDRENS FACES FACESAWFUL
AWFUL 1 WITH 1TH 1THRan RASH RASHRan
Ran Over Bodies Too I oo Dry and Very VeryCrusty VeryCrustyUsed VeryCrushUsed
Crusty CrustyUsed Used Cuticura and Did DidNo DidNo DidNo
No More Scratching Eczema EczemaDisappeared EczemaDisappeared EczemaDisappeared
Disappeared in 6 Weeks WeeksNow WeeksNow WeeksNew
Now More Than Two Years Y ilrs Ago andNo and andNo aAdNo
No Sign of ofT rouble 1 Has Returned ReturnedMy
My two children suffered M fJred from from aa aaaffection anaffection ataffectioti
affection of the faee and hands It Itpv Itstarted Itstarted
pv started first withlittle with withO With1ittle
O sSs little red spots spotswhich spotawhich spotswhich
which afterwards afterwardst
r 1 > t biger until untilthey untilwere untilt
they t were the siae siaeof s aia97v Ie IeoUlre
7v of oUlre five cent pieces piecesThe Ptcent iec s sThe
The outs outside d eb be became became i icame
came dry and andrery aDdYKY
r rvet
vet rery crusty The Therash Therash Theslash
i rash oa their thtirfaces i ifaces
faces was awful awfulaad awfula awftarid
arid a R d afterwards afterwardsr
r r it ran over the thebody thebody t tbody
body too tooI tooI tooI
I bad a doctor for them but he could oouidnot oouldnot couldnot
not help Then I read of the Cuticura CuticuraBeraedies CuticuraRelltedis CuticuraRemedies
Remedies As 05 T am a chemist cbetn st having havingserved havingfIVed havingtlerred
served ray mYAppniltioah apprenticeship in Oenaany l3errnaaydid j1 j1did I Idid
did not nf no > t tYet baTe much confidence COD in them themYet themYet
Yet I wa w was soon taugt tats ht t somethmr a otnobirtbetter otnobirtbetterforafterlused better betterfor lttff lttffiex
for forafterlused af 11ft tw I u ed CittcargSoan0intrrnt CittcargSoan0intrrntand CTticurs crtiCUT118oen Soar O Ointmfont Ointmfontand ntmrnt ntmrntand
and Resolvent Vf1t the first flr time ti the t children childrenWt childrenftoft childrenfelt
Wt very w welt fl and did no more morejag sscraioh sscraiohiag sctatctnag
jag nag Then the eczema < < Zfm b brame rame drY and andctttreir andcrttmy andcLtireif
ctttreir disappeared d Rd aft 3 r about six sixweete sixweeks sixweeks
weeks treatment This is i now more morethan 11tOI 11tOIthan morethan
than two years ago and no s sign n of the thetrouble thetnMJbJE thetrouble
trouble has rerurn returned u > d therefore I can canrroomtoepH canrecrnmmend < anTfoMMmecti
rroomtoepH the Cnticora Remedies RpnMdieswithwit RPmPdi8wit Remedieswithout
without wit Tt reserve to ail r onte who are ares arewith aresuWeriag
s suWeriag rinff wft with cewant Ise em WiflfcuB ilea Greiek
74 4 Dowries St Brooklyn 1 N Y Mar MarIon
10 Ion Tslashwa 1910 19109Ml
shwa 001 Cosa die = cbara Ointment Hirai Hiraiand
and Cwtnw KtMnH ilea M MVe dtitk ra 1 t tiwih
050 no W 4 t1lP II Peun Deer Deerrised
k ntII iwih FtlM FtlMiM iM lbae lbaeDeer
rised SJ fe seer last I 1 itascs itascsWe
Ve Darn DarnYour DarnYour
Your Socks FREE FREEStar LR II IIStar =
Star Laundry Co CoM
M 31517 14th 1 4ul SL <
Bu Buttding din9 Girl Js Most Baf Baffting Baffling Baffling
fling Problem ProblemThe
The budding buddfn Klrl Irl IK I the most Intri Intricate fntrJeat intricate ¬
cate eat and baffllncr problem perbaps per perhapn perhap
hap that science has ever nt nttncltelI rtlooked t tGirlx
looked lookedGirls tncltelI tncltelIGlrlJ
Girls dont dou like to put > on blinders blindersand bllndcnsand blindersand
and setrlRht ort right down to < o peclnl speelallzln peclnlItlost p lal lallzlnl
lzlnl lzlnlllost lzln lzlnhost
host careful car ftJI rntchinK of the girl Blrlby girlby Irl Irlby
by parent should be between JJI tweeu the llicyenrw tbeclJi theyearn
yearn clJi of f eight eight nUll ten tenMore tcnJlore tenMore
More than five fi e times ns many manybabies mnnybablcit mftn mftnbabl
babies babl die during the first year yearvvho Yearbo yeartsho
vvho bo are not nursed naturally n ntboxe ntholtc as asthose
those vho ho nre no 0 nursed nursedFatherhood huriicdFatherhood nuredPatberbotd
Fatherhood I la nt a low loivPresident 10 ohb ohbPresident obbPresident
President Hall of Clark Unlvcr Unlvcrpictures UnlTcrdty Untvoraity
dty aitypkturos dtyJIctw
pictures JIctw of haro heroes aer s and of great pat patfill deeds doodsof deedsof
of ow ones s oountrynwn are effective effectiver etreCt e eDr
r Dr r Halt was w s questioned about ai o8t the theuntruthH thetnIth theunUntbs
untruthH tnIth of children chil r8ll springing agtBC fromon from fromhwjf froMtIOR
hwjf cittatlott tIOR tIORen on onen
When en the boy of two or three he hereplies hereplies bereplies
replies rushes in with ith learning eyepand eyep eyepaad eyefaD4
and says ya be saw a horse with one horn hornoa bornon
oa its held a dog as Ma T as a house or orthat orthat orthat
that God met him on the lawn and told toldhim toldhim toldhim
him not to pick p the flowers ft wera and these theseare t tare theesare
are real cases he has discovvrea for forthe or orthe
the first ftr t time that he can 1U1 really say i
things tII f that have no Ja basis 1 uIJI te truth This Thismarks Thismarks
marks th t h moment of the conscious
birth of the t e imagination tJen This leads to toMnnchausen toKUllChauseu toMtmchausea I
Mnnchausen wonders woa en or tales spun out outof outof outof
of pure visual Imagery that make the thechild theclalld thechild
child arat Acquainted with the charm charmof ebar
of his new found imaginative imqtt oe power powerI I
I know I shouldnt 8bouI nt consider that the
kind of Be to be punished paDl Iae4 Iae4t
Bat B t back of 0 the whol w wboio ole development deveiopaeeatotithe developmentof t tor
otithe of the individual IndlvId today is a crying neat meadwore
for more JDOI fatherhood aad more e mother j
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Program for October 6 In Includes Int Ineludes Includes t ¬
cludes Pilgrimage to MtVernon Mt Mti MtVernon
i Vernon VernonPtoas
Ptoas are seine 1teI rapidly perfect for forh fqrdMo farthe
the h Obrvir of German Day DAY O Ot obec oberwhich
4 wt which da Includes a pHgnumKe to art artVernoa MtVernon rt rtVIIDOIIo
Vernon according atx tdhir to a it preliminary re report remade report ¬
port made at the annual meetinc and andelection andfctiNa andelection
election of the Anon G encvereiB GMan GesangvoretnTh encvereiBThj 8IeI 8IeIn
Thj Th n Anion society wfll w l ask the active activemfc actlYeof activeaars
aars mfc rs of the tit Saeajrcrbund to nartkI nartkInate p pertidhate rtkl rtklnat
hate nat in the observance of the day this tblsOfti thisrmr thisrear
rear rmrAt rearAt Ofti OftiAt
At its I meetw meetng last I t night BI t the Anionafter Anion ArionQeaawrvereta Arlenafter
Qeaawrvereta after two strenuous rtneu00s hours hoursof bOarself hoursof
of elf politics itks th tile tuomi following r of officers lcers wereIIIIWd wereRained were werenamed
named for I tin mntlas 111 year ear John JohnWtochhnsen 30bnwwchb1lNll JohnWlschhusen
Wtochhnsen ncedMaut eIIt WHHam Wlojc Wlegmann WI WImaan Wlojcmaun
mann vice president Jacob 3a < 00 Brueggerrecording Bruegser Bruegserrecording BrueSerreeonUa
recording secretary Matthew Siebert Siebertfinancial SiebertIlnancial
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financial secretary August Augu t Schmidttreasurer Schmidt Schmidttrsasnrer hmlclt hmlclttrurer
treasurer K HalCner librarian Prof ProfKan ProtoKJ1 ProfIraq
Iraq HcJer nrosleal director and the thefonowtm thetollowtBt thefollowing
following hoard It d ef directors d1r ctOl1 KartBradt Karl KarlBrodt Karleb8ln8ea
Brodt chairman H G Len Charles CharlesX CharleI
X I Center Henry Be rT Waassiann WII SmAn August AugustSehwarz A AugustSebwarx st stse
Sehwarz se 1lfan H Staffel John S Scaaafer Scaaaferaad SchaeCeraad Schaeferand
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The financial ftDaBela1e report ort of the society societywhich Iocletywhleh societywhich
which was presented r sented by b Harry Roths Rothschild Rot RottbUd Rothschild ¬
child showed tle t > > e Arias to fee In pros oroeperou DreperotUo prosperotn
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he brought bMQ < < ht up > > for diaeusclon n at the next nextmeeting DextJD nextnx
meeting meetingPresident JD tang tangPresident > tlncPrfStd41t
President Wiacn R isr a1 Mz ttZ 1 after r his hi election elec election ¬
tion named the tonetn follow inc committees commttlMeDel commttt commtttDelftocatet i
Delftocatet Del ate to the United Singers SingersAnjrTst Stn Stnnltt5t Singers1ug
AnjrTst 1ug nltt5t rst Schmidt hmldt William Wtegmann F FRecke FR FReckewer
Reckewer Recke R ke esr and Johr Ohf Schaefer delegates delegatesto
to the rafted Gene G Geruan an n Societies Crj C Crpt Crptharm t tCharles tC
Charles C E Oemer John Weber and andWilliam andWilliam andWilliam
William under Xa entertainment commit committee committee I
tee Honrv Waamaan wnitam WeHr Weignann WeHrnann W WH
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Schwarx an and Capt Charles E Gemer GemerFuudar G GernerPseIar r rPIlflC1u
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and CW J 21P to Cumberland and return bjr bjrspecial 1aYlIPfdal b
special train returning Mune day Splen Splendid Splsudid ¬ t tdlti I
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Nothing like Ilk it ever shown before in this country countryWe COURtrYWe countryRe
We want waDi every little boy and girl In the city to t come and see this thisvery t1dsveo thisvery
very interesting reproduction of a real circus parade paradeg p paradewill rade radePARENTS
PARENTS D s L NTS will find it immensely imlDen ly inter interesting Sttn g both on account aceo aceount t of t the thanovelty u uDOTelty 1
S > novelty of 0 the attraction and the fact thai every part is ishand ishaRd ishand
hand made having haTI11 been een cut out almost entirely with a lank a k Kaftfe aa and andthat d dthat I IF
that the maker has been en enraged paced for three years on the work of 1 making makingand makteand JRkhIlid
F and lid assembling of the piece pieceREGULAR pleeeREGULAR piecesS
S REGULAR CIRCUS MUSIC MUSICMadame MUSICMadameIf MUSICthe
MadameIfoffer Madame MadameIf If the news news that came yesterday had been two days earlier we could not notoffer notoffer
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collection You want one or more You Y u want them for the thenew thesty1e thet
t new style clever tailoring handsome fabrics f2b cs and for the ihnost t unhreardof un unheardof Ullhemtiof ¬
heardof s saving of moleyThink money moneyThink I OI1ey I IThink
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you pay but 1475Yesterday 1475 1475Yesterday 1475Yesterday
Yesterday came the news that the great garment makers strike strikeia st strikee ke kein
e ia New Yorkhad Y York crt had been settled We W e bought these suits two days bet be before refore ¬
t fore ftwewhen when the four makers had decided de cried that no settlement could 1e bereacted 1ereacted 1ereshed
reacted and had about completed arrangements to close ou out aU made madeup madeup madeI
up I samples aft fabx fabrics cs and dose up u 11 their factories for roe the year Thesemakers These Thesemakers I IDI
makers DI ers wffl w I now have to make up new samples to get t their travelersnit travelers travelersout travelersout
out on the Old again 2 1 Its just pi plain ain sheer sb r food ood kick Two days daysmore daystaore daysracle
more and the ntrgain l in would have been lost to us and andZ you youI JOUThe
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b b Misses s 14 to 16 Mannish Serges SergesQA I ILymansville
V ymansville L sville Cheviots Skinners s Satin Satinm
Women QA 34 t AO 42
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Bash Basketweave Q tweave Cloths Satin tin Duchess Duchessaad D Duchesst uc h ess essOdd
t Odd and extra extrasizes Diagonal D Iagona 1 Suitings Suitingss S mt ngs ngssizes
sizes sites s 37 to 49 I Pebble Cheviots Silk Serges SergesMannish SergesMannish
Mannish Worsteds WorstedsSizes
All are new faD models with coats 30 and 32 32inches 32inches
inches long made in the neat f fitted styles withmannish withmannish with withmannish
mannish collars lapels and cuffs a fs Some are perfectly per perfectly perfectly ¬
fectly plain Some are prettily trimmed with withbraids withbraids withbrads
braids Some are allover 2 over braided Some are aretrimmed aret aretrimmed
trimmed t with Soutache and rat tail braids Some Somehave Somehave Somehave
have self and contrasting cloth trimmings trimmin
Initial display ispiay 03 of fall linings iinings I ° at f for rs special tomorrow tomorrowWe prices pricesfor ces
It We a are prepared well w ll prepared Drepar to meet your fall lining needs and on offer r these specials tomorrow to tocan tocanatt call callattention callattention
att attention ntio to our large assortments aIJ nmeDtB both staple llnlnrs and all the latest novelties
YARD > VIDE HERUIXGBOXE M1sRRINGDONESATIN HERUIXGBOXESATIN HRRRIXGDOESTIX
SATIN usually sells at 10 1 1yarel 1ee a ayard ayard
yard in the wanted colors such suchaa suchas suchas
as cream gray mode brown and andolivesr and79c andolivegreen
olivegreen olivesr H Tomorrow a 7Qr 7Qryard
yard yardMARVBL 79 79c 79cIARVRL C CMARY8L
MARVBL SILK PKRCALIXB as asgood asgood
good a an 8 any sec c lining beetle fin finish ana anl flulab ¬
lab In sit l colors I and black 99 99yard
a yard 66 66YARDTVIDK 22c 22cYARDYIDB 27 27YARDllIDIC
YARDTVIDK PBRCALIXB in toall inaU Inall
all colors and fast black blackRegularly blackRegularly
Tomorrow Regularly 12V l2c c a yard Q3fy Q3fyTomorrow 9 031 031Tomorrow > 4c
The Skirts are m in the very latest modes modesthemajority modesthe modemthemajority the themajority
I majority having bavin the bobble effect even though thoughthey thoughthey thoughthey
they are made for practical comfortable comf rtable walking walkingwith waltdngwith waLkin waLkinwith
with plenty of fullness which is not apparent apparentSkirts apparentSkirts apparentSkirts
Skirts are pleated ted full flare and in kilt effects effectsThe effectsThe effectsThe
The Suits are in all the latest new fall light and anddark anddark anddark
dark colorings cokxin with plenty p1e y of black and navy
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colors C l and fa fast t black zTEX A Agrid A3 A3yard I Iyrd
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Fur coat special specialGENUINE
GE GENUINE NUT ICE RTJS8IAX RUS8I AN PONY POJTTCOATS POW POWCOATSOnly 1
COATS COATSOaI7 Only a few of these left leftin j
in fiOlneh lenxth len brocade or Skin Skinners I Iners 50
ners satin s tln lined nest Large e rolling rollingshawl rolUnjcshawl I Ishawl
shawl collar fastened in front frontwith 1IOIItwith frontwith 42
with two or three buttons lone lonelapel longlapel
lapel effect sleeves finished oft oftwith 01 01with
with cuffs In the new cut of the thecoming theIDing thecoming I
coming IDing season 0D RegUlarly 7198 7198Special 7 7Sptclal
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LIMN CANVAS COAT FORMSsomething FORMS FORMSsomething I
something entirely a Mfr w already
fitted to adjust to the coat ce t Sold Soldby Soldby Soldby
by the set In all sixes b Dt et meas measure measure measure ¬
ure Haircloth and felt lined linedThree llnedThree linedThree
Three prices according to quality qualitras
as follows follows45c 1OUWIt45c fellows45c
45c 65c S100 S100I3IPORTBD 100 100IJPORTBD 100IMPORTED
IMPORTED VKXrOAX LINING LIXIXGThis LININGThis IIXINGThis
This is an ideal lining for coats coatsin coatsin coatsin
in all ll colors including fast black blackResnlarly blackRegularly
Regularly and 1 1 We Special a aand 39c OO
Did you see those imitation imitationON imitationWillow
Willow plumesat148 at atoti 1 48 48Isnt
ON O FIRST FLOOR BARGAIN TABLES TABLESIsnt TABLESIsnt
Isnt this departure a very clever one oneThey ODeTitey oneTaney
They are 20 Inches lone ong large largeand and fuH and made inadeof madeof
of a dozen or more ostrich tips In rose navy blue bluebrown blu blubrown bluebrown
brown white and black blackCAN blackCA blackCAN
CAN CA YOU RESIST RESI THE TEMPTATION PTA O TO BUY
65c messaline silk a yd m 50c 50cIf
If you have been i ia reading dlng fashion news YOU will know how very Popular this weave of silk is at p present presenta ent enta
a popularity that is also prophesied for fall and winter This Th silk has the fast selvage also not the split sel selvage selvage selvage ¬
vage noticeable on many man cheap grades es of silk 19 in b wide In the t t following range of colors colorsWTiita I IWhiu f fWhite
White Ivory Ivo Garnet Ciel Pln3iaiaametyst2 Pink 3lals JLmettyst 2 Shades ItrayTanpeAt Gray TanpeAtlantic TanpeAtlanticlouden Taupe AtlaBtic AtlaBticLondon antic anticLondon
London Smoke Seseda esedaEoseOld seda Rose Old Blue BrownGendarmoCopenhagenMoss Brown Gendttno GeadarmolCopenhagen Copenhagen MOBS Green Nile
Champagne Ch 1mpcpe Wine Wiaeand and Black BlackJust BlackHowe BlackHowe
Howe improved sewing m a machines machinesto 0 0a 0to
to go at 1975 1975Just
Just s seven ve II to sett at this price priceThey prlecTIleyare priceThey
They TIleyare are light Jl lat running 111 banbearing machines macl aes with seifthreadla selt rea6ilnt shuttle and automatic babbitt wteder wtederFull wiIIdftFull wbdrrFull
Full 10year guarantee Full set of attachments attach ents free jfreechine freeEarly freeEarly
Early claimers will most Uk likely get et tht these machines as we cannot lmsne im a woman wkII a real sewing wing m ma
chine need refusing such a bargain as youll find inthese in these machines They are regularly sold at sS 4S 4Id M d fl ftuor ftuorKanns fluorsins T TKamis
Kamis sins s always was the a best es place ace to o buy u sewing machines and an accessories ac ssories ssoriesii
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