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'P"T" "W flHE WASfflNGTON TIKES.' WENESAY.' DEfffiMftER -15; -1015.' w W "'' "" ' j ' i i , , .i i i i . in i. n i ii. i .. i . i . i i i. i I ' i i - i iii r ' 73 7 '.' ' r . t i ' 4. . I . . 'J ' ' ' j I' ' M .1 'J -I 4lU3-Jb l- .4". .14 J ". .J I I A4., WW,''. NMNVFIMiE PUT UP SQUARELY 10 G. 0. P. CHIEFS Advooatos Ask Plank for Con stitutional Amendment, Antis ' Stand on Statos Rights.' Sufrr8j"t' ort "pntl uppfared be fore the republican National Committee taut ovcnfnp and arsucd for and. aRalnat .thr enfranchisement of women. Tlm aUlfraB'stfl nupealod to tho committee to put a pulTrnfte plank fn the Rcnub Wean jjatforni on the ethical trround of quality of opportunity and polltlcat ojc pefllency for enfranchising wornen tt" canatlhjtlonnl amendment. The "antls" arfcUcd for (he r'sht of tho Stamen to decide for themsplvea and expressed confidence 'they would vote against woman 'suffraBe, ajj In Massachusetts. Pennsylvania. New York and Now Ileraey,, For almost an hour the members of the committee listened to and applauded reasons both- for and against action by the -committee on the question. Ah one member put it, tho women put squat c ly'up to the committeemen whether oi not they will b'.V consideration to tho vtonitn votcis of tho country In the construction of the Republican platfotm In Chleaco nostJunc. CHalrmsji.Hlllps accidentally drew what sjeined to herthr. sentiment of the com-inlttea- at. the conclusion of the hearing. In ,lwj volume of applause which greet ed his remark that the TIouso of IVp i cctnUilv?" did not know a Rood thlnu when It uw It rofcrrliiR .to the refusal of the House to hear tho suffrage dele gates yesterday.' Delay In Starting. The feminine nlenders had been told that their cause would bo heard nt 4:30 o'c.lockT Tjtlt If was almost an hour later that their Ulacc In the order of business was reached. Dr.-Arid nj Howard Shaw, ntvalrinit of the National Association for Woman Suffrage, niado tlicT opniiltic nddree.fgT the suffraK.lsJrt.wlth a dlKiil fled 4uid scholarly nrastntatlon of the tyiuo of vpmen and tho.bfstorv of their 0Wl qf slxtv-novcjn vcars for ouual opportunity at tho polls. She was fdl- loWed by Mrs. Walter McNubb Miller. of Missouri. secretai- of tho national qtxattlssatlon, and prnslddnt of her State oricajjlzdtlMi who pi-rscrtted tlic ethical side "of tho ase. liotli spcaKora re ferred to the fact thnt this Is the llrst tlmo In the history pf a political uwrtv that the women- hud been kIvcii u heur inp. nnd that tho women of the country wme doeply appreciative. Mrs. Arthur .M, Dodisc. president Qf the National Association Opposed to Wcman SuffroKe. followed tho Biiffrauo speakers. Mrs. Oodffe also thanked the mehibers' of the committee for their courtesy In crantliiK the hearing, which, she said, wm attended bv ber pariv inrouen lorco m niiiuiimnii,i and not hocauno thev jcltcvci the cuie.i tton was Kormono to anv of the discus slur n'uf th coMinlltte. Mrs. Dodirn Introduced Mis. A. J. Oeorre, of Massachusetts, to make the principal, hrttumcht in opposition to suf frage action of nnv sort by the notional commtttrc. Mrs. Oleoma declared that tne uiiprauoii mm. iihu uvi-n d,,,.,-.. the views of wonron "bv Uie, members of llie Views Ol wonruii uv uc, toup ', eTa man can be trusted by them. j Onnoses Plahk rn Platform. :?;, She liriTPlI that tloIttOtlili'bO taJlCn 'by. the committee toward I Jlioorptorjitlhg- a nianu in ino riuiionu, n mi 'wi"" cans for tho toveiiMhal suffrage,, was .. ,., . .v,u..4 urtif.-A na take care of thamsalvfs.i nfld that the States )ad showp, a 'Isph'Sltlon to takej care oi wuu unmioi4iai'j uiiipiiuojo. Her own Btatc,' Mas'stiphmpWs, she de clared, had defdatc,d a suffrage piup osltlon by iv'kreater'nia'Jrliy Jhan had ever been given. 'a. 4ubllc tiueatlbn. lu the State. New Jersey. Nyr Yorit, and Pennsylvania ja4 shpwn1 the. eanie dis position with regrfrd to, ht question, J she pointed ouU ' . ., Thn reptesntatlves , Of: ' llie Congres sional Union then were-introduced. They wore Miss-Rta'udv Thornier and Miss Frances Jolilffe, of TJallfornla, and Mrs. Hara liard Field, of Oregon. Miss Younger, chairman of the delegation, announced that they saoko as the rep resentatives of 4.000000 women voters of the twelve "free" States of the Union. Her two companions, she s?ld, had been chosen M a. rrtass meeting in San, Fran cisco to -carry the practlbahr-tnessage of suffrage, frorn the Pacific coast, whore it had .survived the, baldest practical tests, vfo tho liaatern flta'es that have not' vit felt It effects, hc then Intro duced Miss Jolilffe. wild Prefaced hep addrsa wJHryfiUotytlon from Chair man HIHca'iiddrofli wrou Wfiwuie on- grsslonaj llhlon deiegatlpti us having, asKea ror "ine lasi wora. wnicn, bho safd she wanted-to emnhaslzo. "Wo have the last word," Miss Jolilffe said deliberately and 'earnestly," bc, 'cauce, gentlemen, wo have the votes!" Not With Any Party. Miss Jolllffo'a address was, the ad dress of a practical suffragist In a State where women are voters ta a gathering of political leaders to whom those votes cai) be of use. She toldl them that the women votors of the country have agreed not to alisn themselves with any political party until the suffrage amendment to bo constitution has been adopted. She sa d she probably wan a Democrat in politics as neiirb ,bb she could claim any political regularity, but Unit hor,,Y.o.te. was for the party that couiu ncin-inr. cause .or women, ii was a matter for the committee to decide whether or not the Kepubll garts would try to; be that party. Mrs. Field, whWttintroruced as ,tKe last of the Congwtenlonal Union speak ers, told of the visit she and her com panions made, to the.House and of tho refusal of Uie House to give ,thctn a hearing. She expressed confidence In the ability of tho practical political workers of tjie Republican national committee to listen to n prartletl proposition. She declared that the rttrjfcndru.ent to the Cojistltution woujd he 'adopted and "it Is up to ou gei tlernen -to e-whether or not you will fee 'the ones to help us." Spo ciTTotrized Dr. Anna Howard Jiluov and! the yeat woikers ,for suf- frBire, and declared 'that she wna not using an academic argument, because the time has como for practical work. "We have gone Into the political game," she declared, -"Wo have tl.QOn.CO) votes here In bur hunds do you want them7'1 . The iircumont for the women was closed with an address bv Dr. Mary Walker as -.the representative of the woman's ConstltuUonal Association. Vr Walker announced that she was op tocd,tt0 an amendment to the Conatltu HW .g(Wn.g women the . vote for tho rc&spx( Jhat fie bad made a study of the poruUltutlon, and that no further amendment H'a necessary. Prior to tho adoption .of the Constitution she de cl&red. women yoted, Jt was not tbMmlU n,tearv'. for that reason to odl, fMctDi; provision for women In the XHUPtltutlon Itself, ie declared she bATrben e"klrur for jeais to gain. recognition for this tirlnclnle. nml ih. I asked thtf members of the national mm. ii I Bitti to help ber etabJuh 1W Ii i i " . . i :l nrMiirtrnn rri,iir"i n n . -OKIjSrSSE PRINCESS FIND U, &A WONDERLAND Wmr M I 1 wk Mmm i Wm ' fen m ! Jl rrmMtKm m: f-'iji wBnH B& .' HiBmieWlx ji vtH&lHiH iiHa . wmw- w&fjatiz xmrnmmm nH &tHtti& w kftJfztJ &. niHl 111 Ill III III I lllllllll Ml Ml llilll I Ml MHlHiHHHHBBiHBBKWvKHHiiHflB& HHHBBHHBHHniWWmflHPHiH'Si HiiiiiiiBHHHv'lliHiBfM fSJ (viXltlvatiO jnno uwaAAWMna. j . - PJUNGESS jue quon tai. . , ( .,,. - r nnn r nammrpc frtr liituries : . -P .- .. .v" ." J , " ,"f,.i, ..,:'., ,::iu illr; -,., nleil lllrn yfom f0j0WnK u1s. vocation , as inlns- ; . f ,i, ,;.,.ni iite Unv i!,ui ii. , T . Iieddin. imHtor.'of st. Johns Bvangc- leal" T,utheran ehureh, today filed suit In thd Dlrftrlcr Htiprcme court usjinst tlie, Ioublc(lay-'llll .ijiccuic j.ompuuy Company forJKUXX). Th pelltfon, which was filed bv Attoinov-llnrrv. ft lvlmba'.l i-ecltes neiper in liureau or Hiammrns, ana pro tliai he XhifYti ' iva Whig lii 'bicycle bntlonjl aopolnlmcnt of MI'on It. Fer- Mainland-irt'miuc "and C strebt south- lco of lighthouse service, wnut HAtitrm ipr v.". Innt vhnn ho Wlin run down bv an hiiIo truck of the do-1 fendaut company nnd Diilnfully Injured. Mi Leddin declines that the vclilcle's snoeil mih excessive. He fuither avers that he has spent hnse sums of money supplvhiL' mlnlsteiK for his chuich. Librarian Stewart to Trace Flag's History Chailes W. Stewart," librarian of the Nay Department, will -deliver nn Il lustrated lecture befoic the members of the Sons of tho American Revolution this evening at Itnuscher's on tho Ills- ' iorv ni me iiiik. aiii iiicwun jam K4vuu tlo-MibJcet much study and research, ami liau. secured u. numner oi rare pic- - j, t wn bo llsc(1 , show thc de wlol,lni,n. ot the flag, ,'iom the orlgl , i,.inner8 usea by the various .State tioops In thc continental army to the piescnt national ensign. Lord AlverstoneDead. LQ.N)(jK, l?ec i;. Loid Alverstone, forme! lord 'chief Justice of Kngland, and one oi Uic Isu onge? t friends .of America In KhslhOi publlr life. 'died leday at thce(iiv.(pf sevent-two years. ' .jwT'a Hue complexion you must do something more than use cosmetics. You must keep) the blood pure, the liver and ' kidneys active and the "bowels regular. You must also correct the digestive ills that' causs muddy skin and dull eyes. offer you the needed help. They are mild in action, but quickly strengthen the stomacn, gen tly stimulate the liver and recru- ' late the bowels. They put the Doay in good conaition so the organs work as nature intend ed. Backed by sixty years of usefulness Beechanrs Pills are worth considering DlmtUsi f ffdcUl Villas U Vhui Ha .trrrKL Qmham5 'r" iftf tlM ' jm ,"T"kf a a. jnges Department Of flrtriThierce Announced . 5- : '..: :, W..ritix ''tfrAfll.l hn-,,ilililnw.,l Inn folIowlrtSjfcJiinfea in Mc personnel of I ii" ifuriiuvii i i uituuuiix- lunr, i rif,ilf,M',tlh..f (iH-oh.. TJ .wlVrftMol, nnlat.1 n t!le"rort8l ad .drfodctic Suney.' Mrs. Mary C. Moore. ,ceeDted tr.ttisfer of lilen M. Uruni- j ulu.,a ei vices for Mrs. Mar O uauah. clerk in tho Interior Depart- Ujoorc who tiled Sunday, aged nlnbty ' "ii iii uuicau: ici,.i,ii0 nieiit. to tettmis muic.iu: teiiuiorary em- :upyincnt or August FICuol us fouiulry Helper in Bureau of .standards, and pro- To Speak on Gospels. At the weekly Bible ronference tomor row at 4:45 o'clock In the nsrISh house vf the t hutch or the. Kplnhanv, street, near Fourteenth street, conduct- ed by the Rev. 1'eiev Foster Hnll. tho siiD!.iect will be "The Four Gosnels and What They Tell Fs." llbJtratlvs chutts will bo used. T lllllllllj ii.Bii.i.iiiiiina '.? s I . PRINCESS TRAVELS : -ALONE IN AMERICA Ninoteen-Ycar-Old Chine.se .Girl Learning at First-Handf of ' Modern wonderland. , NEW YORK. Dec. 15.Pilncess .tue Ouon Jial finds America a veritable Wonderland. " The princess Is only nineteen years old and la traveling unchapcroned throuRh this country, haVlnir lert China six months apo after she had refused to marry n wealthy mandailn. Her fafher was tho matchmaker In tho case, and ahe did not admire his choice. Durjnpt her stay hero shq has' already nnent $10:o0O. and "whenever sho goes short" all she docs Is to cable home and mother sends her some more spend ing monev. Her father, she says, won t have anvthlns: to do with her bocause it is a terrible thlnir in China for a jtlrl to travel alone. ' Tho princess speaks Kncllsb fluently and Is a subscriber to many Apierlcan newspapers and magazines, so sho lias a readlnc- knqu lodge of modern Amer ica "It is a. tunnv thlnK," she added, "that American people think chop seuy Is a Uiunese dish. The first time l neara of It was when I came to America last June." JV, Y. Aldermen Pat Muffler on Music Apply "Soft Pedal'' to Organ Grinder and the Gcrm&n Band. NBW YoniC. Dc. .-International sffalrs have oncaRfd the attention of the board of aldermen. That body, un der a Hoit of a. "defense of "'the j-ealm" net. hn nut (ho netisorjthln on CilllRrnnc tin m enn nrlndor. nnik Franz. the ! leader of the Gorman band. , Instead of nnv itinerant miislrian get tlutr a license on payment of JIO here after accordlnir to the edict bf the city fathers, the commissioner of li censes may use his discretion, but there ma not be more than sm 'In the stand ing army of penco disturbers at any time Furthermore, neace can only bo disturbed between ! n. in. and p. m. Not only Ibis, but mere citizen mav shoo nnv musician anav nt will, and i the musician must reliest 'iHi reel. Aim i po bon'biiidinrnt of tlm atmosphere mav tal;n nlncn wiiliin :i"i ieoi or a sihool or church. Originally lids una to have bern Wx) feet, but Alilcim.in Wendrl B.I Id: "If vou make it fA) feet, in m, dis trict you'll havo to throw them Into the river or send them up hi an airship." The ordinance, ns passed unanimous ly, concludes "No person licensed as nn itinerant muelelan shall solicit. nsk or tequent anv money for his performance, .is such. In any wav. phapo or manner, di rectly or Indirectly." Funeral: George M. Oyster, nr. FJncinl sei vlccsvfor George M Oyster, ur, who dletf Monduy Rt the Hift of elghtv-nlne. vcie iinld nt hits lute residence. :M0 Jiast.t"RpUoi ht,iect. unlay, the itei. FiiUh r O'Urlen, of Si. Fetor's Cliuich, ofileinllng Interment wa made -in Ouk Jllll Ceiiioter. -iu,rl, wero j,ejd yesterday nt the ion ;,,..; nf i,f .lniilrHtur. Mrs Carrie M Sloward. i'127 Flisl str:Ct northwest. The uody was tnken to Battle Crwk, Mich., for Intel ment. , Francis M Cockrcll. I'uneral services for Francis M. Cockroll. former Senator from Mis pourj, who died Monday, nt hit rcsl dtnee. the Uuckinvliam. 920 Fifteenth ' street northwest, wore held yesterday In Confederate Blemorini Hall, the llev. James II. Taylor officiating. Tho bod;; was taken to hla former home fill loser, und if this ear Isn't stand id Wnrrensburr, Mo., for interment, j Ing in three or four feet of water, I'm p OODYEXft ires are not as -" low in p.tice ascrnany of the close to-twb Kundrpd brands made in this Country.' -And yet Goodyear sales ta. consumers, as well as to motor cai "manufac turers, are far, far greater than those of any other' brind. - ; i The Goodyear Tire q Rubber Company AKRON, OHIO Notice' European war demapcU have cauied a menaza in no, .worm a tuppir inleril uteo in, the mnufacti aetata rt White Ttyd 1 Tho color of odyer Tire .my ultimately bo t anted from Whits to Bltck. Our tupply . thsroquired rartritU BMutei th BIII" pdrtiop of our 1916 icnon'i output of tire being t'Uiiihed vritlj White Treed. V U I? ES J. .V'J. ' ""wit M x'a.lKv TI R r f I Th e New Ad Venture . Qf , J. Kiifus Wallingford .; Read iHierc Now-Tlien See It in Moving Pictures (Continued from Yesterday.) .., -. It ..lntr !' n'.r.wl Tllarldo. Lever bciicvo mon vmn i iwvo it niy JcailH and tl(b.1ud!3.'U clamped it t vr; .ly hll1 am, rt allayed aswon as iney.joipcn jpu tho car.- jCr '' Wnulwulo 'thrdt money Wo WalllnnfordV hands as nAH at ' the money Wo Walllngford's hands as toop us he w near enoUKh.' "Count it!' ordeiedMouas in a voice positively , squcaijy ' witn exciwrnenu "You'll. find it all There. pmo gl t tl,lj Inm nil' unftttV of It S .' llttlO musty an' moldy, rabbc. but K' irt?( money. I cot some morn of it ;1ght ift here. 'tod. 1 got another seven, tfipusoM lately produced the money. Here ,. ho said. "Now gl mo back my bill o eal'e an' we don't need nnymorc docu mqnls, 'ccptln' Jes to write null and void1, ucrost the face of this n. "Come right inside and well wind upUe business," Invited Wallingford us one In a dac, and led tho way Into a iiiiiiiitiw M" "r... " ..'.. the car, wlicrc nc surronuereu mo um . sale. Invalidated as directed, and turn ed. Jonas and the aherlff loose Just about one minute before the heaviest ralh-stovm of the Mw1,n'l,01u,"0" them in all its fury, Wallingford was Ktlll crowing over Ulac'.Uc when "Toad Jessup. dripping wot but trlumplmnt thidw open tho door. Injected himself Into the nice dry ear nnd shook him self with all the smiling- assurance of n wet dog at a lawn party. ,,,., "Well. 1 tole 'cm so' declared 'load Justly puffed with priHe. "I got over las' stone covered upy an' how If s a-rat-ln' I " Ulochle regarded the forcinan sorrow fully und turned to Wallingford. "Would you believe It Jimmy, that there Is one thing- In Hqulhblevlllo you d hate lo leave behind?" he wanted to know. " 'Toad, you mean?" inquired Wull Ingford. .smiling. "It doca seem rather a'PVou nln't a-goln" away!" protested 'Toad " "At mice," Wallingford lold him, 'pos slblv tonight, if the lain . stops long enough for me to adjust tho lnaciune. ut-'., .irt itaii tim f I u-oana work for Mm." declared icm iu emu."".. "!.. A l.l.nlh- "I thlnlt I'll jeS g. right nloni? with you. You'll need a foreman any place you pu, 1 reckon, wi-n't you?" ..... , Black ie looked ut Walllnrcfprd, and llnd on the face of J. Hufus only tho affectionate smile with which he wah icpardlnt "Toad," proceeded to hlie youiiB Mr, Jefsup upon the spoU 'Don't fool tho boy that way, WncMe," rcmonHtiated Wulllngford; "His father never would let him so. "He wouldn't, eh?" retorted "load, nnd, opening the docr of the car. he shrilled out into tho rain: "Hoy, you i'nw. come hert-!" This time tlm tone wait peremptory, The elder Jessup hesitated n moment. nnd then enmc piod'jinpr sionniy ucrcss the rain. "Whadgho want"' he Inquired with Ills l-.eud protruding forward, nnd utterly oblivious of tho thin streams of witlei wlilrh wero running1 down the back of his neck. "I'm n-cnln' nwnv with Mr. Wal- llnuford and Blaeklo. I ;ot a Job beln' manager for 'em. Mcbbe we'll pull our freight tonlnht yet" "Well. said the elder Jessup re flectively, "It had rtor ho a good Job, hud I reckon you'll do well at It." "Well, we got him." declared Blnckle. almost embarrassed bv the FUddennees with which "Toad", had attached himself permanently to them. ''He's ours, and now 1 suppose Wa'm have to tako caro of him." "He's more likely to take care of us. ' laughed Wallingford. "I'm triad vou signed bin on. This town's been Kood lo ine nnd, by tho way. Hlackle, while I Miiiik of It. I II bother you for i that Jade run pendant. i Blaekle silently unfastened his pet nil or jewcirv rrom ins ron and passed It ever. "You win," he confessed, "and you win running easy, ahead by joven lengths of daylight. But liminy. If I had It lo do over a?aln J'd still hot my life Hgainxt three cents' worth of trlpo that nobodv could skin Jonas Squlbble out -of five dollars, let alone fifteen thousand. Let't- sec, deducting the. twelve thou sand we get back for the pictt War den orphan, we have thre thousand lft for the expense fund. Pretty HVod for a lone shot." "You'll go broke picking long shots somo day," commented Wallingford dryly, changing his coat for a mack intosh and hunting out his "slicker' hat. "The rain's slackening no. cheer 7 lllllllll tllHlflll -', ?; V ol f I t - just UK lit na, i si" y "" '"'" cash, rluhU this .minute, tor the other half o that, field.ll l,w . , ... . "Make itOVtOG1." Ka KMl WaJ: ilngford oftcrM'That's my latword; take It or.'leavo.dJjV t i . 1U III EAR - coiner (n itnrisw IIiIh nlln.-litnnni i.. ..i nhd we'll hlka Wgnt on .to that good1 town they toll us.ubout whore there's a. real liolch5, .. iiiry amoKcu iv conicmpiauvo cignr i ontcmplatlvo clgnr or the fnln to dlo quite censed Jonas' the Held again, and I i friend. Uio nherlff. wlillo they waited for uoivn. ucjoro it ina K'Htlbblr wdn ant on wuii iim. lUefliaes-iiiH menu, juio niierliT, was tun man in gum Pools ojid yei locra'ahetto.' ' p " "Tills. is Mn Yallngrcnd1 Ur -Ultkcr- Llthograoh Stone- VoiinaiV. was hero. last sufinff lookln. at mv stone. An' an soon n I seen tlio address on that lo'tter yob gP niS to mail, l wrote to mi, a' Mrf DicKeraojt nino right on. I had him hid In the hotel ever since last night." , '? 1 couldn't . see wlvy Mp. Kqulbblo wouldn't let mo Boino ut.'M'aiiKlied Mr. 'Olckersqn'. who wore queer little tiifta or cuTvvreq, opuru. -uju- now i unoer stand it. I nnt to compliment you on the cam y'op'.ve Jakeii. in mining tfnd packing tho rock, Mr WnlllriKford. pf course, this isn't hlgll-grado llthogrnpb stono. but it's the. best I could find in the three months' trip which I havo Just ended, and It's n. very good sort for p. variety of -commoner woik. I should' judga the deposit to be worth in mo ncignDornoou or nity mousann api lars." "Let me shake au by thc hand again, Mr. Dlckerson." said Illacklc with gurgling enthusiasm. "IjcI me shako you by both hands. You're a pleawvnt stranger and tv welcome stranger! you must como in and havo a pipe and glass of grog with me, whllo my friend, Jimmy, .sits on tho wet step and mourns, j. ituius. I'll trotiuic you ror my Jade fob pendant again, and -also for my scarab scarftM." . Wallingford slowly unfastened 4hose articles of adornment and passed them over to ,Blackln with a sigh. "That's what I get for being a piker." ho uald. (Another Advonture Next Week.) Maryland to Organize Anti-War League Branch The first Maryland branch, of the "Anti-War League tof the District of Columbia," will be organized nt Uetlics da, Md., tpmorrow evening. The ltcv. Martin L, O'Donoghue and Mrs. (Jnee B. Cottcrlll will he the speakers. It had been planned to hold a large mass kmectlng at Ucthesda this evening, hut the league lias decided to postpone this until nfter tho holidays. Tho semi monthly meeting of tho local organiza tion will bo held in the Public Llbrnry this evenlng'Uit' S o'clock- 8; J. McFar ren will speak. "" r soij, , jiurouuccu, joius,,, ruuuiriK iiih hands together .and. KHunlng Vv win of kijilro dcllghtr "Mi. Dickerson.'Mrbaw. I Mr. lilchcFsolt Is-frohr thoIhtdrnatlouul no Sensible Christmas Gifts ! Raincoats For Men, Women and Children . .At Great Reductions GOODRICH RAINCOAT CO. 922 F St. N. W. Here 's the ideal whiskey for the home M VNFK private stock WHISKEY BOTTLED-IN-BOND jKt Kr BS" W. v ilLa' U Delivered to any part of the city It is rich, puro and dolicious distilled, aged and Bottled-in-Bond under Government supervision every bottle sealed with U. S. Government's Green Stamp over tho cork your assurance it is fully aged, full 1009& proof and full measure. Call at our store got a quart bottle of this whiskey take ithemo try it you will find it every bit aa flno db we say it is and equal to any you can buy elsowhoro at $1.25 to $1.50. "PA pint bottle Haynerfiolden Jubilee fa K fob Whiskey (value 75) FREE with all I EIEbEm FOUR quart orders for Hayner HbMB Private Stock Bottled-in-Bond, Phone orders promptly filled. S MAIL ORDERS figs Q from THE HAYNER DISTILLING CO. Dept. J-198 OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9:30 DUtUlerr at Troy, Ohio. ESTABLISHED 1806 The Sunday WASHINGTON'S ISure-Hit ADVERTISING Medium Tells of Maryland's Aid To 'Confederacy Cause I. i . The story. of Jtar.JiinrtH contr.bMti.ins , thf '6nftderaey during ,he c'vil war wfufitoM' lh,jnonihers of Wnfl.ina toit ,tfuiiip. io. :w, Son of PonieilerVe Veteran 'tt,r'onfedorato MrmortftJ Itn'l, H22 Wrrritint iwenue.- Inst, Jlph by fronre T. Unwlns. Owln to the n1 "Clire of MiTJrtr K. W 11 KttlliR rioin utistiliut-m lie Aina not n,lr to pmfenc ,U,,,1-4WC,,,1 lr,.",n j?r1.? ' le.ci'r h V"1 AfljnrVd t- vlyiiinat fvehhiK. Mr, Unwllns' rt'drnsn deaft With Maryland's ,.,,,,, ? ''. C" :,J?' Vonrp1 "' ' It. ravel a .l,l'ca,'',.,VuI A'exnnde ,V';5'r1 1'i,v;,'"1' "or, IT1?"' .!"' i).nlr :lui. i'onfedernov nnd wlt It I ravel also iimdo n short sonner nr?nrt and v TioiiT,it,j tomcitr. le'tui-o wil' j delivered Fehrilary S by y. ., . ui"iri" on mo wesicrii expan slen aim section.- I Jealousies or JSC3 Men's Club Meets Tonight. The seml-mntithiy mnetlns of tho Mcil'r Club of i, race iCnlscopal Church. Meoiis,n nventfe and South, s'rret llortliweHt.' Kill be held nt 8 o'e'dck lo liiulit. The ltcv. Dent will addrcW tho members. , , sijdy If You Will But Eqnj? Your Stomach With Thc Right Means To Handle The Food. ' If ou so into ii icstuuratii, cafe, or hotel, where all your environments, the lights, dHZzlitig linen, sllvci cut glass, music, chatting and laughing women ecni lo foietcll of a pleasant meal, our stomach ahould not tvolt when you read the menu card. Heavy straits, soups, oysttrs, entrees, salads, etc.. should hold nd terrors for the healthy stomach and they do not. A smull box of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets placed In your vest pocket will tie sufficient guard against the mad revels of a wornout stomach. A tablet taken a few moments after a copious meal will remove any , 111 effects of food fiom your stomach and you may cat as generously as those about you. One of these little tablets will of it self seltlo all questibns of indigestion for Hint meal, and will placo your Htomach and digestive organs In a bet ter condition for the next, j. Your blood will bo enriched, and the depleted gastric Holds will be rebuilt. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets "are "nat ural, active, digestive agents Who give to the gastric Juice the elements they lack, which ease thc stomach, remove Irritation and enrich nnd stimulate tho blood. All of these statements may be veri fied if y-oj will tako but, a little of your time to provo them. Kvpry druggist carries Stuait's Dys pepsia Tablet In stock and will tell you or their merit. These tablets sell for 50c per box. or send us your name and address and wo will send you at Dnce by mall a trial packago free. Address K A. Stuart Co.. 211 Stuart Bldg., Mar shall. Mich. Advt. UMfe SorVAR l'VRTnrK tiM . t PVH) whiskev bottled in bond ,HHAyNER DISTIlUNOt SSL ? fM.lJllilPlilllll EUCC teOulf-Town Patrons. A full plot lI)a bottloof Haynn Golden Jnbllea WhU- (value 7Bc) FREE with all orders calllns for uarto Hayner I'rivnto Htock UotUM-lo-3.20 exnress eliarcea nald bv ui. Order N, Mex. Colo., Wyo.. Mont, and all etatea iTest tnereor must call lor .W zor tuuil quaru express Dald. iVIB 1209 Pennsylvania Ave. N. W. WASHINGTON, D. C. Rnnltxl nnn.f00 Full Paid . - ,. ., iwgy Evening Times