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PAY LAST TRIBUTEDEAD TRIBUTE TRIBUTETO
TO DEAD FIREMENi FIREMEN F1REMENFuneral i
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Funeral of Fire Marshal MarshalHoran MarshalHoran MarshalHoran
Horan and Eleven Others Oth Others Others ¬
ers Held Today TodayCJQCAiCKX Todaycam oday odayDee
cam Dee a xcam CMcnaw today todaypaM todtLypm zo4pMid
pm paM us test tributes to tGFtle Fire Fk Marshal MarsitalJana MarshalJfonm
Jana 1 Jfonm a aad eleven of tbe firemen firemenwb aremenw firemenwile
wb w wile pered in the Morris JIJn1 JIJn1piaat packing packingplant pnddngplant
plant lire vben impressive service were wereheld werehelll wereheld
held at the t e Holy Name Cathedral CathedralArebblsnop CatbetkaIAlCi1 CathekalArc1iNzb
Arebblsnop AlCi1 Arc1iNzb sb > p Qa Qrigiey ey cfcauted 1Ited the re requki reQ req
quki Q uteIIt mass and the church was w crowd crowded crowde4 crowdeel ¬
ed with firemen city oOtcfette of > iclets and andfrieMa aadi aadif Del i iiT
frieMa iT f jdIdII of the bad men Cantata Healy Healsand Healynd He
and nd a detail cIe aO of 8tt7 ty mounted h4 poHoe poHoemen peHceled policei policeimen
men led th tIN fnnetal faseral I march from therthedral the thertbednl ther
rtbednl r t to the Ami al resctoa IfI tbac place inCalvary In InCalvary InCahuy
Calvary Ca Cemetery etery Chief of Police FoHceSteward PuliceStewanJ PoliceSteward
Steward with a squad of policemen policemennd policemenand i iIlL
IlL and nd eeL lOhon J Foreman F > reNaD and a troop troopof troopof i iof
of cavalry aIry from fr m the First Regiment BegimentXatfcmal R RegimentNatbnat ment mentXatlolaa1
Xatfcmal ont escorted the oodles bodIeJIa bodlegMaier oodlesMayor
Mayor JIa Bane and all the city officiate officiateas
as well I as J 1ft1 vfadtmic fire Ar chiefs in includta InCh ineIudhpt
eIudhpt Ch cludta Chief + Owrian of New York Yorkattended YorkAtt4lllded Yorkattaoded
attended the ft funeral ral gqrnte services < j Five Fivethousand Ft Fivethoosasd e ethOllDlld
thousand members of c die Knights of ofCohrabns orCot ofCohmsbUs
Cohrabns Cot we wer m the p PNe jumaHeton seeeleien lIIUJ which whichwas wlllchA whichxaa
was A more e than tw two t miles lang As the thestood theOItetIe theeortege
OItetIe < passed tIneA8Ia tbrthe tIae streets 8 eets men menstoed menstood
stood with bared heeds and DCI women womeniqurmnred o Omenmltirmured n nIq1lllllarecl
iqurmnred ptayess p prayecs aJ > en for the souls of the thedead thedeed
dead mea
Immediately foBowtoc the funeral funeralCoroner funeralConNIer funeralCorner
Coroner Hoffman H renewed the te Inquiry Inquiryinto lDqulTymt inquiryinto
into mt the fire He declared today thathe that thathe thathe
he was cement a lit the Jury would fix fixii ftxth fixthe
th the blame 1 1br r tIN lack of f l1 ii 1 water waterpresoore ater aterpr
1 presoore pr Several arrests were expect expected ¬
ed edfiremen Masse for the repose of tie e Mad MadfiretDeD deadfiremen
firemen most of whom were Irish Cath Catholics CathOlics Catholtea ¬
olics were said In an rtrarcbes yesterday yester yesterday Y8 ter terday ¬
day and the Protestant Prote aat ministers JlldDl ters uni united WIlted united ¬
ted in prayersThe prayers pray prayThe f
The announcement am announcement o ftrftllellt was made today todaythat to8ayt todaythat
that t at more than MIt M t0 v of the relief fond fondwhich tUIIdAbleb funda
which a hieb was started the morning IDOIIIJDg after afterthe alterthe afterthe
the fire had been raised Edward EdwardMorris EdwanIorrIs Edwardorris
Morris > > orrIs head of Morris II ni8 A t Co gave pyess sure35M1
35M1 ss 5 M to the fund but net according accordingto r l II ng ngto g gto
to the collectors nJl ctOnI other packers have haveignored haYethe haveIgnored
ignored the appeals for aid for the thefamines tilef thefamtllea
famines f 1DiIIN of the men wno lost Jo t their theirin lives rivesip livesThe
in lNtecting tile Union Stock Stockthdr Jards Jardsthtb
thdr preplJtyfJOla tire tireTIM flreThe
The Rev R Keene Ryan pastor of ofthe 0 0the ofthe
the Garfield Boulevard Presbyterian PresbyterianChurch PNb7teriaaChlllrla PrebyterLaChurch
Church attacked the peckers cken e hi his hisyermon b1s1t1IIIOD hisseason i
season He declared that the packers packershad packerstad IaCIIenhad
had not given one cent t to 8 the families familiesof DIM DIMof I
of the deed men It I was Ms sermon sermonthat sertDOIathat Jimtmpift
that brosaht the a nouncemeset CBIIUst d the tlIett thegift
gift tt from 3orrte 3orrteRight lforrisEight Iorrt IorrtF
Right F of the victims were buried yesterday yes yesterday YMterday ¬
terday terdaySeventyfive terdayTRAINMEN
TRAINMEN terdayINMEN 1 INMEN DEMANDINCREASE DEMAND ULMANDI
INCREASE INCREASEfve IN WAGES WAGESSeventY I
Seventyfive SeventY = fve Thousand Men MenInvolved MenInvolved PrienInvolved
Involved in 1n Con Controversy Controversy ContrQVers
troversy troversyCBBCJkOO troversyCIDCldO trQVers trQVersCBICAtMIr
CBBCJkOO Dec 7iWNh lfc Wfc the 1 te wage wagscostrrrv was wascontrwvesaar wagetIN
contrwvesaar costrrrv esy betwlpsea ctTOjtn th tIN Brotherhood Brotherhoodone iIoOd iIoOdot
ot IweoaegcIre 1 ft Ze sneers and tile JIIxty JIIxtyODe slxtyone
one Western W roads r settled oed amicably amicablyi
the mangers today were i ready t te re resume res resame ¬
s same negotiations nea othdon with the theand trainmen trahunenand trainmenand
and conductors in tfee t bops that tile tkeFlate tile1ate theslate
slate FlateSeventyfive array be wiped dean 1ty New YenSeventythe Year
Seventyfive thousand thoum ad trainmen and andconductors aJMImdvct sadconductore
conductors mdvct 18 are involved in the contro controversy coatrotJSY centrecrap ¬ r
crap crapTic versyThtr tJSYTmy
Tic Thtr arc d c demanding sandbuc a wage increas increasof Incr Incrof hitxeaseof
of 15 1 per cent < ell On account a t of the erW erWr erttiMI crkieal
MI r > l stage of the th engineers trouble lastweek last lastwe lasttJJeconferaICeX
we week the tJJeconferaICeX conferences with the train tratnn trainnenwere
n nenwere n w re e temporarily sdjOUreedThe adjourned adjournedTbe adjoUllMlllThe
The meettzrgs ji > e tln L will be resumed tomor tomorrow to tomrrw Ier IerTW ¬
row The Brotherhood of RailroadTrainmen Railroad RailroadTrainmen RaJIrtMIiTraIaMeII
Trainmen and the Order of Railway
Condueters C < > are le acting Jointly Jointlytions It waspredicted was waspre4leted
predicted ted toy toycome that the opp eing fae faetlQlal
tions would come to 0 an agreement agl by y
the end of the week weekThe weekThe wedThe
The railroads have offered a fiat m mtne IIICT increase
CT crease oC 10 per cent blat DO urge 111 111tbf inthe
the working eonditions or rules The Thetrainmen Thet3 Thetrainmen
t3 trainmen l1nen are anxious to have the rules rulesrevised rulese1 mienrevieed
revised revieedYANKEE revisedY1KEE e1 ed edYANKEE
YANKEE TARS JIBED JIBEDOESS JIBEDBY JIBEDPRESS
BY ENGLISH PRESS PRESSThinJ OESSThin
Thin ThinJ LanternJawed L2utern aved and andSadFaced andSadFaced andcad
SadFaced cad Faced Says Vrlter VrlterDouglas Vriterpouglas VrjterDouglas
Douglas DouglasDee pouglasJODON
JODON Oa iiD0a1 Dee 3 srbe 2a Tbe Tbo JUnarieaa JUnarieaaand AIRericaJit Amedeaaseller
t seller Jg sadfneed said Itlnera JtJwterJljawed JtJwterJljawedftnd awed awedgnd
and he lacks the JoOtty of f ale JdsBrittsta JdsBrittstaThIB British Britishunbi BrtUscoosln
coosln cooslnTMb unbi unbiThii
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rcug TXiufUma UIa + ae > > nn 3Snptian joanmlh jOa jOaA alter sftercarefiii altera
A carefiii study nf t tit tIN sailor saaor of tae taethe tlI tlIAmeriIeaB theAmerican
American beet who have e hens beeBh d9eklns d9eklnsthe
the h streets stree of I LeIIIIeII anaen foe ute mst mstI Jast1noItII lasttaoph
1noItII 1noItIIMJ taophI
MJ I looked in va vain for a fat Anteriesa Anteriesallor AmerlesArailor JIMIieIUlIIor
railor llor says PnngniL Ti They ey were all aJtSitsagier allS allgaga
gaga S aKer On One exnecte to p is a sailor to tillAnt mi miOnt annt
Ont nt his ctataes T bufage beeffly and andtrtese aJIdt andthese
these t 1die American sos were such vto vtoIcnt violent nolent
lent departures front th thin 5 5t1o1 preconcop preeoaeeptioa preconcoptioa
tioa that one cou rol4 d i not fa help h > smtthup smtthupAjwcber SIIIIIbagADotber auarifnganother
another tnconfcmtty bk tbe British BritishKuefacket Britishb Britishbuejac
buejac Kuefacket b Jadtet ee is i rtr eecv fastidious about a Oat th thcut ttri ttricut j jAmertcaa
cut 0 of Ills elGClM w while a e the cut of theAnnitas the theAinencaa
Amertcaa sailors trousers is ojealorabiy ojealorabiylaoktanc iepiorably1ackherc y yla
laoktanc la hi sauulDeae Perhaps n it is isnot Isnct isfiat
not easy to > K et t t the e tm tswe i nary aTy TY cut for forlean a al a alean
l lean in aDd iankv pair of lips htnsas
Bat u the sad a thin 8 sailor oI JIIItIat give siyeas
as good account of himself as the jollyf jolly jollyft jOllyft
ft f t saflor sa8 I Indeed some eqertoznain eqertoznaintaia expert e maintain main miatain ¬
tain a 4 onr sailors are lie evertedKilling everted overfedKillisg evertedKilling
Killing by b Policeman PolicemanUnder Policemanlieder PolicemanUnder
Under Investi Investigation InvestigationSAtlSSUJtT ation ationSJ
I ISALISSUIY
SAtlSSUJtT SJ L 1 s 3URY Md Dec St 50The The dts distrlc dtstrlc dtstrtct
trlc attorney today began an investigj investigarion investigjion
ion of o f 1Ie t lie killing of Herman Parker Parkertwentyfive Parkertwen
twentyfive 1 twen W 1 t yfive Y five years old by Policeman PolicemanFollowing PoilcemanHrinjn PolicemanBrittingham
Hrinjn Brittingham ynteidry 8StenIP 8StenIPFollo ufterno4m ufterno4mFolio
Following Folio the shooting it was mumorrd ru rumored rlmond ¬
mored Parkers a friends trieDdsplGUd Would take BritUnglatua Brit BritUngliam Brltnglaua
Ungliam from tbe jail and lynch ban banMiddies hIJDMiddies himMiddies
Middies Drop Parade ParadeANXAKnJS Paradex
ANXAKnJS AA x a 1 10I wTJB Dec itAluence 91 Ab Absence PlICe of ofTRlds oLrnkJ ofrr
TRlds = ir Trlr > rrr rr on threeday tb Y YIN1 Cnrtobnae Cbdtmalent CnrtobnaereinTv
lent ud st cererai Eral tra traditions it ons to bP m mr dh dhrey
reinTv rey r s it + te i f f > Naval Academy one oneInl be being lyene ¬
ing ne trf ti jf Baroque > Jrl u pflia paaade P 1 stie e for Clrist Clristlaas Cln Cl rist ristlass sot sotmas
lass rrcrn rrcniiajr rr ag lJt by xn the nrst classmen ciasmenf
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II New Hostelry for Union Station Plaza I Ji
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THE CONTINENTAL HULL HOii
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HOTEL FIOTELISBACKED FIOTELISBACKEDThe IS I IThe BACKED BACKEDBY
BY LOCAL CAPIT CAPITAL CAPITALContinental At AtThe
The Continental Will Be BeOpened BeOpened BeOpened
Opened About the theFirst theFirst theFirst
First of March MarchTbe
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Tbe be Continental Caathr etal Hotel Hot wMeh wIIIdIoC to the tlGfist theton
fist oC t the e three prpgeed hotel bed bedlogs
logs for the Vatoa Stad Station a PIaaa te lee leeeroded 1JeiIftCted
eroded > s t the euterpriae e t < < prit1e of W Washing Washington
ton t buauteag usIIte8 mea B E O Whttford Whtt ortl is J tb tbpresident the tItet thepeuaidett
president t and W V Cox treasurer treasurerAbout t tregarerAbout r rAbe1It
About fifty Washington w bnstness mea meaare menarP BeRar
are ar stockholder stoek stockhoided Olded in the t e Washington H Htel H4t H4ttel Hetel
tel Company Mbieh Ie lei i is Ntifldteg g the sew sewstructure MW MWS newMrueture
S structure 1Ieture Bath the other hotels Iota are arechiefly arecbIe8y arechiely
chiefly backed by outoftown capital capitalThe eallltaLThe capitalThe
The Coca Cec Cote CoI O In Hotel H for the north northwt DOrt DOrtw northwent
wt w comer cor of Massachusetts Xc u etta arenas aremteand arenasand eIIIM eIIIMand
and North CapItal street of course couraorepresents courserepresents COUrHorepresent
represents Atlanta cajttal es JIta1 while wh M the theRoyal theRoyal theRoyal
Royal Plaza which is iroposed vro for the theproperty therty theproperty
property rty adjoining ad jdning the th Continental on onthe 011the onthe
the north DOn is headed by New N York men mosIn menIn meRIn
In all the three hotels represent invest investments 1aY8Stmellti investmentQ ¬
ments of over O OThe Ji5WCC Ji5WCCThe
The Continental CODttne tal is now Row up ten stories storiesand storiesand IItOrieBaDd
and is expected to be finished by March MarchIt
It will contain lag rooms and aR every even modern mod modern modern ¬
ern featureincluded f JltUle WI ucMd IB first class hotels hotelsiNOHIOCOITIE hoteiSFRAUD hotelsFRAUD
FRAUD IS CHARGED CHARGEDIN
iNOHIOCOITIE iNOHIOCOITIEDefeated IN OHIO COUNTIES COUNTIESDefeated
Defeated Parties Allege AllegeMoney AllegelVloney AllegeMoney
Money Was Used UsedIllegally UsedIllegally UsedIllegally
Illegally IllegallyWSBST
W WSBST t ES ST UNION 1ANNK Ohio Dee SK xaa xaaM xcieagritle Cha Charmed
gritle rmed M at the notoriety tIIat Unuhae = Me eerie eomeo e eeA
t eA o Atla Adams es county became tJecaiJ of c the t e grand graadJury graD4le grandjury
Jury probe e into the wholesale traiQc traiQcin tramcI
in I votes there leading poHttefcms of the theeountry t thecountry e eecMIIItry
eountry today declared that as Adams Adamscounty AdamsCOUItty Adamsc
c county nsty is no worse than surrounding surroundingcounties sarroundlllgeouaties surroundingeountleg
counties they will force an II investiga inveetisatioa investigation inye tiga tigaoG ¬
tion oG of that entire section of the State StateEight StateaGjaeent StateEight
Eight adjacent counties eN a unties the they declare declareare declareare Iare Iareare
are Just as bad as Adams AdamsIn
In Jackson county it is declared that thatat thatat thatat
at the spring primacy election one of ofthe iJtthe ofthe
the Republican Repw Ikan factions fac Oil was wa beaten by bythe bythe bythe
the sudden influx and distribution of ofSMt
35111 5 SMt In Gallla the followers of Post Postmaster P Postmeeter st stmaster ¬
master Eagle Eag of GaltipoHs Gariip lis are declared declaredto
to owe their defeat to i10Ol JW01 001 spent at t the theprimaries theprbaaries theprhnnrks
primaries primariesSdoto prhnnrksScioto I
Sdoto county which Is generally Re Repnbacan Bepublican
publican went Democratic at the last lastelection JateIectIoR lastelection j
election by 1 y 4Wt and politicians declare declarethat declarethat declarethat
that about7 aboutE7090 99 was used Votes how however however ¬
ever were cheaper than in Adams Adamscounty AdzD1coaaty Adamscounty
county as 2 was the average price paid paidit I IIt
It Is asserted A8MrtedTbe assertedThese
These Tbe e are the conditions which the theA4ituBs theAdams
Adams ewvty eert ty politicians declare exist existthroughout exiett existthroughout
throughout t tOU hout the entire section of the theState theState ht htState
State and they say they have no inten intention intention intention ¬
tion of having their particular county countymade countynode ouRt1a
made a scapegoat for all II the corruption corruptionThree corruptionThree corruptionThree
Three Near Death DeathAfter DeathAfter DeathAfter
After a Celebration CelebrationXT
XT VERNON 2 N Y De Dee 2fc 5The 5Theof Thecondition The Thecondition
condition of the three men shot during duringthe dur1ngtlte duringthe
the Christmas celebration is very se selions senos serious
lions toda todaAndrew today todayAndrew t4H1yAncIreW
Andrew Hansen one of the proprietors proprietorsof
of r the Cohambus Co uRlRIs Hotel during dr1 g a riotous riotouscelebration rlot0U6tion riotouscelebration
celebration tion shot his partner trtnez Joseph JosephDmavle JosephDisavie JosephDIvl
Dmavle ana the porter Orter Morris Babulaud Babu Babuls BaJtulaud ¬
ls laud ud Upon arrival of 0 the police Han Hanten Hann Hansen
ten n ran upstairs and shot himself In Intbe Inthe Inthe
the neck DeekR neckRecalls
RecallsjSlocum R Recalls caUs Slocum Disaster DisasterNEW
NEW YO YORK Dec 3s SSUrvlvors Survivors of olthe ofthe ofthe
the Slocum disaster In which hundreds hundredslost hundredsIo hundredslost
lost Io t their lives in June ISM are maintafaing main maintaining IDalntalnlm ¬
taining their organization To celebrate celebrateChristmas celebrateCln1 celebrateChristmas
Christmas Cln1 tDt8s they held a meeting at which whichgifts whichglits whichgifts
gifts were distributed to orphans of the thevictims the1etims thevictims
victims victimsWill
Hoods HodsSARSAPARILLA HoodsSARSAP
SARSAP SARSAPARILLA SARSAPARILLAWill ARILLA ARILLAVill
Will make you feel better betterlook betterlook betterlook
look better eat and sleep bet better hetter better ¬
ter and give yon thebest th best pro protection proteetion proteetion ¬
teetion possible against infec infections infectious infecBons ¬
tions and contagious diseases diseasesGet
Get G t it today IB usual liwnW Torra Torraor forntor orm ormor
or chocolated d tablets called Sarsaiafe
DEN DENTIS WHO rs G IO TO OPE OPEEighteenth OPEN i iSESSION
SESSION SESSIONTOMORROV SESSIONTOMORROVEighteenth for ORROW ORROWEighteenth
Eighteenth Annual Meeting Meetingof
of Institute of o f Dental DentalPedagogics DentalPedagogics I IPedagogics
Pedagogics Pedagogicsta
The ta e eighteenth 1Iteeu annual seeing tlD of ofthe ortile ofthe
the Institute of Dental Pedagogics Pedagogicswot
will be held at a the New Wilterd v Ibrd Hotel Hotelfor Hotelf
for f r three days beginning tomorrow tomorrowmoratag tomorrowmorning OIROnOWMoraI I
morning at 1999 oclock oclockMany odockxany oclockMany
Many of those tbo e who will attend are aremembers aremembers I
members also a of the National Dental DontlAssociation DtlJIeoddoa DentalAssociation
Association and me men m prominent in fatthe inthe I
the Interaatttoiial association The Theschools TIM8cboo16 Theschools
schools represented are departments departmentsof ta taof
of Pennsylvania 1YSa Michigan gall aad prac practically pracUcal1y pracrtIcally ¬
tically all of tae Wasters V tera State nnt nntversittes 1Iatyenll aniverslttes
versittes versittesCeoslenc yenll yenllSe verslttesSessions
Sessions Se Ioas will be e held in the morn mornings mernj mornfags ¬
fags j and afternoons of the e three threedays tbZ tbZdays threedays
days Tomorrow evening e8111 > > the District Dis District ¬
trict Dental Society and dental col colleges 001les colleges ¬
leges les of Washington htagtoD will tender a asmoker aker asmoker
smoker ker to the t e visitors at the New NewWIUani NewWillard
Willard H HHel Ht < tel There will be a pro program program ¬
gram of vaudeville and singing singingAmong slaglngJuDong singingAmong J
Among those who will speak at atthe attbe atthe
the sessions ios will be Dr Lamb of the theArmy theArmy I
Army Ann Medical Museum and Dr Her Herdiker Herdiker I
diker lk r of the National Museum MuseumOr
I
Or T Thursday tnoratei morning the annualelection annualele annual
ele election tion of officers orrln > S will be held and andthe andthe andthe
the institute will decide upon the thenext thenext thenext
next meeting meet rg place placeBS p1aceRUMORS placeRU
RUMORS RU MOAS BS OF REVOLT REVOLTCuba REVOLTDUETOSPECULATORS REVOLTDUETO
DUETOSPECULATORS DUETOSPECULATORSCuba DUETO SPECULATORS SPECULATORSCuba
Cuba Never ever More Tranquil TranquilIs Tranquil1 Tranquil1Is
Is Statement Made by byOfficials b bOfficials I IOfficials
Officials OfficialsHATAXA OfficialsHATANd I II IHA I
i
HATAXA HA TAA Dec 26 26That That the reports reportsof
of faftposMMng ll1g revolution r tIolI in Cuba are set setoa se sesafest e efeet
oa safest foot by designing nb persons interested interestedin
in speculative P < < U1ade enterprise is the position positionassumed position2II positionasenined
assumed 2II UIfteIl by b the government officials officialsIt otAcl i iIt
It is 1 officially stated that conditions conditionswere coDdIUoISw conditionswere
were w e never more tranquil and that the thereports therepotts therepels
reports that t at the United States Govern Governmeat Governmeat j jmont
meat would be compel compelled Jed to interfere to topreserve i ipreserve ipreeerve
preserve order are unfounded unfoundedAccording unfoundedAccontfIIltO unfoundedAccadfrg
According AccontfIIltO to o the officials Cubans gen genorally senerally genI genIera1iy
orally prefer any kind of local govern governxnent government government
ment to another period of foreign fo lgn Inter Intervention Intervention j jventicn
vention So far as the army Is conj con conrned concorned
corned rned there is no disaffection and the thetroops they 1
troops are now being paid regularly i iFather
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CUTICURA CURED CUREDrFAMILY I IFAMILY i
i j FAMILY l OFECZEMA OFECZEMAFat1ar t tfatiier
Father Mother and Child had It for j I I IS
8 Months Heads Mass of Sores SoresCould SoresCould
II IICould
Could NotSIeep NotSl ep ItchingTer ItchingTerrible Itching T er errible
rible Cured in 2 Months MonthsThe 1 1The
I I
The Cnticura treatment has abso1 also absoI alsoIntely
1 latelv cured < ired me and family of eczema eczemawhkai eczemawhich eczemawhich
which I my wife and twoyearold child childsmall childhad
had for eight m months ntbs It started with withsmall I
I small pimples on the head of f my child childwhich j i iwhich
I which gradually broke out in sore and andit j
it was w not long before I and my wife got gotthe gotthe I
I the same Our heads were one mass of ofsores oft
I sores we oojld not sleep and the itching itchingwas j
was terrible We suffered su eyed for eight eightmonths eightI eightmonth
i I months We tried t different kinds of ofointments
i ointments ointme ts and medicine e but it did us no nogood nogood I
good and soon it began to break out on onour onour onour
our bodies until a friend who had the thesame j jsame jsame
same trouble told me me about Cnticura of ofwhich j
which I used two sets of Cuticura Soap
Cutkaira Ointment and Cuticura Resol Resolvent Resolvent Reactvent ¬ t
vent and I was as surprised After the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first few days our heads began to heal healand healand healand
and in two months We were ere absolutely absolutelycured absolutelycued absolutelyaired
cured of this thi terrible eczema Eugene EugenePouhoff E EugenePotihoff gene genePOttftolf
Pouhoff 5Sl ss r Ralph Street Brooklyn BrooklynN
N Y February 18 1910 1910fo 1910No
No fo stronger str Gnger evidence than this could couldbe coWdbe couldbe I
be given or or othe the success and economy of oftbe orthe ofthe
the Cuticura Remedies in the treatment treatmentof
of torturing disfiguring humors of theskit the theskin theskin I
skin and scalp Ip of infants child children renith andadults and andadults I Iadults
adults A single sla hot bath w with Cuticura CuticuraSoap CuticuraSoap
Soap and a gentle anointing with Cuticura Cuti Cuticura Cuticura ¬
cura Otatment are often sufficient to toafford toaftord toafford
afford immediate relief in the most dif di4treseing diftreseing di ditreseing
treseing cases C8 e5 and permit rest and sieve sievewhen sleep sleepwhen sleepwhen
when all else fails Cuticura Soap anc ancOintment an anOintment anOintment
Ointment are equally effective in ipro iproserving pre preserving preser ¬
Ixrriftiequally Ixrriftiequallyad pthe ptheskin
serving ser ng porifving and beautifying beautifyingpthe the theskia I Iski1L 1ventn3
skin scalp hair hair and hands and d inj in
preventing ventn3 minor eruptions becoming becomingchrome j I
chronic A 32page booklet giving vi I
description and treatmTnt of skin aflec aflectioas alTeotiotas
tioas wftl be sent free on application applicationby
by y the t be Potter Drug k t Chemical Corp CoIp13j
13j 13 j Columbus COlmn us Ave Boston 06ton Ng if Mw Mwt ass n nt
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You Know Knowthat I
O that all a ll Fancy Coodsare Coods
are always next to given givenaway givenaway
away fhe d d9 after afterCh aFteza
< 6 a Christmas Ch stmas lomonow lomonowwill omoIIow
will be no exception
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lower she is asked to be a very critical 1 visitor because many manyof manyof manyof
of the garments win seem quite disreputable at first firstbein glancebeing glance giancebeing
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