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THE .WASHINGTON, TIMES: MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7. 1910.
3 flfc -V I0II,S TEST ME ON DEFENSE ISSUE Bill to Increase Number at Naval Academy May Give Show of Strength. A test vote on the preparedness Iksuo Is expected In' tho House lute todav, tvhen the SooaUer recognizes Oialrirmn I'ndKett of the Naval Af falm Committer .'or the presentation of a bllli Incrnaainir the number of mldihlnmnn at the Annapolis Naval Arademj". A nllcht flurry oyer the defenKe program was occasioned In the House this afternoon when a bill was called up to build additional ways at tho New York and Mare Island navy yards so these vords mav bo equipped to turn out dreadnauahts. More op poItlon. however. Is likelv to arise niralnst the midshipmen Mil which means eventually .a lartre Increase In the number of officer for the navv. The voto on th's bill may be a test vote on preparedness, nlthouch ths measure Is but Incidental to the Ad ministration's entlro program. The re lationship was such, however, that four members of the Naval Affairs Commit tee opposed th report of the bill, which was warmly ui'Kcd by Secretary of the Navy Daniels. Shortage of Officers. An Impending serious shortage of of flicrs to mnn the slil;w of me xnay makes tho bill necessary. The bill permits each Senator, Repre sentative, and Jleiesato In Congress to name three Instead of two mldsiilpmen each year for entrance to the Naval Academy. The committee reports says: "It appears that In order to place In full commission shlDs already built anil authorized there miwit be obtained . be'ore .lulv 1. 1319, I 022 lino officers, and l if the new btiltdlnp program is adootcd r 1,451 more Hue officers than allowed by existing law will oe needed by luly 1. 1021. ' "fnilpr pvlntlnc low the sources of supply for line ofttcers are from the graduates of the Naval Academy and promotion from the enlisted force. Pro- , motions from enlisted men to the num-, her of twelve annually are allowed, but un to nrepcnt time the Nav Depait ment has not been successful In obtain- Iner that many annuallv from the en 1 ste( men. The bill docs not change existing law In this respect " r he oDnositlon of the "small nnvv" faction In the House is predicated on th understanding that additional of ficers are wanted within the next few vcnr to br'ne the navv un to Its "war complement." and to man the addltlonnl shins proposed In the preparedness pro gram. Uncertainty Prevails. It Is possible that some members of the House who are antagonistic to the major defonse program mav vote for tho midshipmen hill, but the llne-un on this" measure will afford a fair Index of the strength of the opposition to the Administration's plan for preparedness. Congress enters the third month of Its session with uncertainty prevailing everywhere as t the fate of the pre paredness Issue. Hearings on the naval appropriation bill have dragged for five weeks. Secre tary uameis ana a majority of the ex-, . pens or tne service are yet to be heard. Slightly better progress has been made by the House Committee on Military Af fairs and hearings win be closed bv that committee on February 11. if present plans carry. It Is probahlo the army budget will bo brought Into the House in advance of the naval bill. Revenue Committee Inactive. While these two committees' proceed with a laborious consideration of the defonse bills, the Ways and Means Com mittee Is consistently inactive regarding the preparation of a revenue measure, democratic members of that inmmlt. tee excuse their Inactivity on the theory) that "we cannot tell how much reve-1 nue we neeu until we see the defense measures." Administration supporters hope there will be an awakening of inteiest ns soon as hhrtso members begin to hear the echoes of the President s recent pre paredness speeches. The antl-prepaien-ness contingent In the House has deal -ly indicated that aoout the only lev enue legislation it will support is a bill amending the income tax, or taxing the production of munitions ot war. Tentative Plans. Tentatle plans of the Mouse leaders call for n repea; of the "stamp taxes" of the war revenue bill of lK, an in-, crease In Income taxes that will fall heaxlly lyon "the wealthier classes," and possibly an Internal revenue tax on the munitions makers. As pub"shed In The Times, this taxation scheme took precedence over all other sugges tions several weeks ago. and it nas increased rather than diminished in favor as the taxation problem became more acute and Interwoven with that of national defense. Tith the House Committee on Mili tary Affairs hoping to wind up Its hear ings soon. It is asserted strondv by prominent members of the committee lhat the continental army plan Is beat en. They say It Is as good as dead al ready, and will not only be disapproved hv the committee, fcut bj the House. Thoueh the military program which t ongress will adopt Is far from being haped. a few phases of It are comlnir o he regarded as practical certainties. One of these Is omprehens ve legisla tion to Incresse the national guard to W.OO or more men. with Federal pay. For Army Increase. Indications are tho House 'committee will add materially to the regular ramy. Increasing it to 1(0000 men or more. The House committee is giving mu h thought to building up of tho legular artnv reserve. Powerful sentiment for f!ovrnment manufacture of munitions will doubtless stamp Itself on the armv bi'l. n. It Is leported from the House committee, end. while there, Is no prospect rf aolng to Government manufacture at one uimp. the Indications are there whl he msrhed progress 'n that direction That the srmv hill, as It comes from the House committee, will contain some urcu Islons for training more olTh-eis. and provisions for much lsrger suppi ea of war material and artl!e;v is it perted . Six-Year-Old ChikT I5 Scalded by Coffee Virginia Corcoran, six ears old, of 1 South street northwest. Is at Geoice tnwn 1'nlverslty Hospital, halng Deen badly scalded early todav. " The child upset a pot of boiling- coffes, vhlch splashed upon hr lift ankl. Rice Statue Unveiled Minnesota Delegation to Atten" Ceremony in Honor of the State's First Senator. MARSHALL TO ACCEPT GIFT Clapp and Nelson to Eulogize Statesman at Exercises in Statuary Hall. Members pf the Minnesota detB"t'on In Conrr and others from thst State will attend tho unvelllnt In Stntuarv Hall tomorrow morning of the statue of Henry Mower Hlcc. first Senator from Minnesota. ' The statute Is to bo accepted for Con gress by Vice President Marshall. Sen ator Clapp and Congressman Kelson of Minnesota wll! make the nrlnclpal speeches eulogistic of Minnesota's tlrst Senator. Prof. F E. Trlebel. of I-onfj Island, K. Y will attend the ceremonies not only as tho sculptor of the Kic.o statue, but as the reptescntatlvo of the Uoyal Academv of Rome. Prof. Tiiebel Is one of the few American artists and sculp- tori? recognized by tho Rova! Academy The statue of former Senator Rice was admired today by visitors to Statuary Hall. The late Mtnnesotan presentej a difficult subject tor sculpture, and Prot Trlebel worked under the hand'eap of lack oi personal acquaintance with nin subject, and with onlv a small photo gratti. or sketch, to julde him. .Never theless. It was said today that tne marble likeness of Senator Hlce was te markably well done. Lauds Sculptor's Work. A Minutsotan, awuie ot tne difficul ties under which the sculptor women, pays this tribute: "It Is Rice; not a graven image ot him, but a manifestation ot the mnn. When this statue is placed In the hail. Minnesota need take to Itself none of the deserved criticism upon Htatuarx Hall, but may rest in a consciousness that -It has estaollsucd a standard tor I such national sculpture to which tuturcl work must attain and f m which past ' OPiioraDic worK must crumoie awn . I "Hice d d not belong o the objective, ' the easily comprehended types; there I weie MiHrllrh to thif one c'' ilic elder1 statesmen, intense Intellectual uulol In stead 6f bluff openness and surfai-c declaration. Vet It is Just these qualities which Mr. Tncbel appears thiough the published sketch to have worked out in the model." The statue of Rice occup es a place between the lmaccs of two West Vir- g nla statesmen at the western end of Statuar.t Mall. There was considerable mjiiiriier1nir b"fiie a suitable place was found for the MiniifwJtan. Other Statues Jealous. Only Friday It was planned -to place the statue of Rice a bit in front of T While -the fourth annual meptlr.g of the Clumber of 'omnierre of the I'nlted Statixv wMl not fnrnvilh convene- until 1 o'clock tomoiiow morning, when 1 President John IT. Fa hey will call tho 1 delegates to older at the Sew AMIJanl I Hotel, tho national council of the or-1 panizatlon will meet at 3 to o'clock this afternoon to select a committee to nom inate catididat's fot the thirteen va cancies on the board nf directors which will real It thrbugh (xpltnlioi 0f terms Eaily reg.ittutl-n of delegates, which bepari at the Willatd this rrornlnsj. In dicates that this will be the. largest meeting eer held by the chamber, and practically -?cry out- of the norn" than 7(W organizations constituting the chamber ara expected to he lepiosenteil The opening (.slor to.noi ruw win l-n devoted to the luefeululion of ivort bj the natiqual onucro. the apjioii.t-1 ment of convtnilon coiiur.ltU'.4 and tho ' annual tddiesg ot tin iiieiderit. ! At the at'ernoon scssliui. which will convene alio ciuck, me iollowlnr re orts will be submitted: T.u'ff com mission. Daniel 1". Mc.is''! teamen' i act. H. G. Routt; mediant ma-lni'. William II Douglas' Isboi exc-hnnges, Charles P. Kclll: ailiitnajoii with Ar genttnn. Owen 1J. Youiib, und coni meice. A. W. Shaw. Inteiest In t'-e ilitv's prognm centeis prlnctpallv In the evening session, it which -iddi esses will lit delivered hv Secretary of Commerce lledtHld. I'resf. dent E. F. Nichols of Hartmo'ith Ccl lege, and P.esoor llownid lOlllott. .if the New York New Haen and Hart fold railroad. IT T RADE MEETING OLD FASHIONED FAMILY REMEDY FOR COLDS, GRIP, AND COUGHS I lxi v. M If Ife kfl! Father this way MiW Father John's Medicine is recommended for coughs, colds, and throat troubles, and to make flesh and strength safe for all the family to take because it does not contain morphine, opium, chloroform, cocaine or any other dangerous drugs. Will Be Tomorrow Statue of HENRY -MOWER RICK, First Senator . From Minnesota. the marble replicas of such distin guished statesmen, pioneers, anJ war riors as Robert K Lee, Roger Wil liams, Robert Fulton, and J. I... M. Curry, These statues frowned with Jealous If u statue may frown and there was protest from their liv ing admirers. Rhode Islanders were indignant that IloJc t Williams' classic couiiuteniince should be hidden b a towering llgure from the West, an. Southerners said they would never stand for an ar rangement In Statuary Hall where one desiring to lax a wreath at the foot of Lee had to go around and behind Minnesota to do It. LUiott Wood. supeiintcndeut of the Capitol building and grounds consulted with rcinesentatlvcs of the Minnesota commission and FMof. Trle bel, the sculptor, ami it was decided that Rice would be wheeled Into place between the statues of John K. Kenna and Francis H. Plcrpont, of West Virginia. IS E The establishment of an aeroplane route that will In -Hide Washington. Raltlmore, Philadelphia, and New York with the local terminus on the roof of the Khbitt, Is being discussed by aviation experts and Washing tonlans interested In aeroplane prog ress. .lames Ruiieiman, manager of the hotel here, is ready to tutn the rcof of the hostelry Into an up-to-Jat aerial station that will provide a safe landing1 place for passengers. The roof will furnish a landing stage 148 feet long by 111 feet wide. Sand bass like those used on aero landings on warships could be placed across the landing stage. Two heavy bags b this plan are connected by a stout line talsed a little fiom the roof. A numbei 111 e stiung ac-i uss and the aeroplane is stopped by means of the drag when a large hook attached to the tail catches In the lines Before the outbieak of ihe war a line of Zeppelins cjirried passenger from Beilln to Dresden The pro moters In this country plan to use heavier-than -air machines. Fire Sweeps Gas Plant At Newark, New Jersey NKWARK. N J., I'eh. T.-Flre started todav in the conl storage house and nulckix spieal to the machine shop or the Public Service Gas Company, on Jeisfv stteet The lltemen had great nltlleulty In preventing the Monies troni sr'leaolng further Two barges in the river caught lire and weic badly damaged. AEROPLAN STATION Father John's Medicine is free from Opium, Morphine, Chloroform or any Dangerous Drugs. A Doctor's Prescription, 50 Years in Use. Absolute Truth of This Story Attested by Guarantee to Give $25,000.00 to Any Charitable Institution if Shown Otherwise. John's Medicine is a physician's prescription. Prescribed for the late Rev. Father John O'Brien, of Lowell, Mass., by an eminent specialist in 1855. Father John recommended this prescrip tion to his parishioners and friends and in it became known as Father John's; vieqicine. This storv- is true nnd we guarantee to give $25,000.00 to any charitable institution, if shown otherwise. ' ALEXANDRIA'S ELKS SELECT SPEAKERS List Announced for Fourteenth Annual Banquet of Lodge Wednesday. ALEXANDRIA. Feb, 7. An Impos ing list of speakers have been ob tained for the fourteenth anniversary banquet of Alexandria Lodge of Elks Wednesday night In the Elks' au.ll torlum. A meeting of the committee was held yesterday when the plans for the banquet were completed. The following Is a' list of the speakers and Ihe toasts to which they will re spond: Congressman Meeker of Missouri, "Our Fraternity;" Congressman Car lln of Virginia. "The Trend of the Times;" Congressman Nlcholls of Routh Carolina, "The Grand Lodge;" Joseph A. Burkhart, past exalted rul er, Washington LoJge, No. IB, "Recol lections of fourteen years ago;" Al fred J. Carr, past exalted ruler, Balti more Lodge, No. 7, "Baltimore Lodge, No. 7 and Dans for the 1916 Reun ion;" James L. Ward, of Washington, district deputy, grand exalted ruler, "Our Sister Lodge. Washington. No. 16 " James W. Bales, president Klks' 8tate Association of Virginia, "The State Association:" Warren Well ford, Roanoke, Va., district denuty grand exalted ruler. "Virginia Rlks:" Fred Harper. J.vnchburg. chairman of the National Home committee, "The New National Home." Jacob Brill, past exalted ruler," Alexandria Lodge, "The Ladles." Washington Lodge. No. 1B. has ap pointed a committee consisting of lames L. Wsrrt. Joseph Burkhardt. and August Brill to represent them. Iscob Myer, exalted ruler of Balti more Lodge, has annolnted Alfred J, Carr to represent him. Helen Purdy, nine years old, was run down hv an automobile last evening near Hume crossing, and badly Injured. The kIH was placed In an automobile and brought to the Alexandria Hospital and treated by Dr. R. J. Vntes. She Is suffering from three, broken ,yB, a scalp wound and a cut on the Up. ihe machine that run over the girl wns driven by a colored man named Oasklns, It Is said. Melvln C. Bowie. flVe. years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adglc Bowie, died early today at his parents' horpe, $03 Gibbon street. He hod been 111 only a short time. The Alexandria Sunday School Asso ciation will hold Its annual meeting to moiiow afternoon In the Sunday school loom of the M B. Church, South. Offi cers nnd superintendent"! will submit reports, and other business will also Do considered. There will be a night ses sion In the M. K. Church, .South, which will be preceded by a song service com mencing at T.4S o clock. There will bo n short service, nftcr which Rev. Ran dolph H. .McKIm, rector of the Church nf the Rplphany. Washington, will de liver an address to the association. taK Ing for his subject. "The Impregnable Rock of Holy Scripture." The Rev. Edward J. McOrath. of St. Stephen's parish, and J. Frank Wlasner, horn or Washington delivered addresses before the Holv Mnme Society at a meeting held lst night In 8t. Marys Hall. The meeting was attended by a large gathering of members. Arrangements were completed bv the local organization for a vesper service URIC ACID SOLVENT 50c Bottle (32 Doses) FREE lust because vou start the dav worried and tired, stiff legs and arms and mus cles, an aching head, burning and bear ing down pains In the back worn out before the dav begins do not think you hac to stay In that condition. Be strong, well and vigorous, with no mote iains from stiff lolnts. sore mus cles, rheumatic suffeilng. aching back or kidnev disease. Kor anv form of bladder trouble or weakness. Its action is really wonderful Tho.e sufferers who are In nd out of bed half a dozen times a night 'will ap preciate the rest, comfort and strength thH treatment gives. To prove The William Tieatmcnt con quers kidnev and blsdder diseases, rheu matism and all uric acid troubles, no matter how chronic or stubborn. If vou have never tried The Williams Treat ment 1 we will give one 60o bottle. (35 dosebi free If vou will cut out this notice and send It with votir name and ad dress with 10c to help nav distribution expinses to The Dr. D A. Williams Company. Dent. G41K, General P. O. Block, East Hampton. Conn. Send at once and you will receive by parcel post a regular Wc bottle without charge and wlthoilt Incurring any obligations. .-Advt Nervous Periodical Headaches This trouble commonly called "sick headache, Is said to be due to the reten tion ot nrea in the system. Often it is ttatedthatapoorcondltlon of tbeblood Is a cause of these headaches, or that It Is a nervous condition; and In certain caies, no doubt this Is true. Where treatment Is demanded, it n more for the pain than anything else, and Dr. A. F. Bcliellsclimidt of Louis llle, has found antl-kamnla tablets to give prompt and satisfactory relief. Rest should be Insisted upon." he says, "and the patient shoUldgotobecLdarkeu the room, and all the Attendants and family should be as quiet as possible. An emetic will sometimes shorten the attack. The bowels should be kept open with "Aotolda"; a hot bath and a thor ough rub-down with a coarse towel, often give grateful relief. Two antl kamnla tablets when the first signs ap Bear, will usually prevent tho attack, urine an attack, one tablet every hour or two will shorten the attack and re lieve the usual nansra and vomiting." These tableti may be obtained at all -ruggtsts. Ask for A-K Tablets. They ire also unexcelled for nervous bead tches, neuralgia and all paint. -Advt ARCADE AUDITORIUM 14th & Park Road DANCING B to 1 1180 P.M. Admission, toe SKATING Monday. Tuesday A -hnrsdar .v'gs 8 to 10 I. Mf'Jt i P. SI, ADMtABION. ISO inclodtnffBkftt.s, which will bo held Sunday night in t. Mary's ''hurch, under Its auspices, The executive committee of the Vir ginia Press Association I meeting In Richmond this afternoon to decldo o date and nlaen nf the next nnniinl win. .ventlon of the order. Ilobort B. Barrett, ui wns cny, president oi mo association, Is In attendance. T. C. Smith, former vice president of the Alexandria National Bank, Is re Ported as critically III at his homo In Rosemont. A number of merchants n'ro circulat ing a petition In which they ask the city council to provide for a new apparatus for the Relief hook and ladder company. It Is pointed out that tho present truck Is In dangerous condition and not adant. ed to modern conditions. The petition will be presented to council at its meet. Ing tomorrow night. Thn flfv Bfllnril hAafil m.HI m.... .. night when among other matters to be Miuunca win oe xne proposed cliange in the hours of the Alexandria High School. A month ago when tho now bllllnlriw tvna nnana.l lijk w..... j. clded tq give tho pupils an hour and a quarter for lunch and to close the ses- wiuiib oi j;io o ciock. Tne Parent-Teachers Association havo gone on record as favoring a half hour lunch hour and dismissal at 2:80 o'clock. Herfflrth Tlrni. rruiit ,U. 1 aaa . i i?nib2r Wu" 8tolcn from them laat ---w"" --.- ,."j"s TT.B vii t iut near 8t, Asaph and Wythe strectB. TIlA HNHll.l v.mmIhm m Al- . a ...w ......un, illinium OI mo DOaiTl Or jru-tees of the Alexandria Hospital will be. held tonight In the rooms of the chamber of commerce. At tllfl nt.mt.lt maMHv iKf U. ..! --- -"w ......wm. ww...A kii .no ugvuin : -- -w ..w.... ,.,, uuiniuu Ul llio Southern Railway Company, held at Manassas yesterday, tho following off -cera were elected. Byrd Leavell, presi dent, CulpepeV: B. F. Tlcer. vice presi dent, Alexandria: A. II. Hamaker, sec- lainry, tiarnsonourg. mere were slxtv two agent in attendance, among them It. E. Simps. in. general superintendent, W, II (Jatchell. sunerlnlenrtent nr agents; J. A. Robinson. Andrew Re- vinue. superintendent of accounts; T. L. Shclton, Mr. Cllne. assistant general PBSSenirer nnl. anil W T Wlltiln. train master. Rtwrtnrf Da via nlna - ra nlrf -llnnoH on the Ice at King and Royal streets Vaitn.ilaii ...! .w...wA l.lw ww Ia 5..n., ...n., anu uaiiuiru iii til III. 1 nc njured member was reset by Dr. Wal- 4am A w1aI iwl &. 1VOIIIW1U. Rev. Louis Smct. pastor of St. Mary's Catholic Church, submitted his annual report at the 11 o'clock mass yesterday morning. Play to Be Presented By St. Andrew's Church Children of the Sundav school of Pt. Andrew's Kplscopal Church will take 'eadlntr parts in a plav, "A l)av at School." to be presented In the vestrv rooms of the church tonight. A feature of the program will be Hawaiian mu sic furnished bv Mark Phtlllns and Kandford Covington. Dr J W. IIoll Inosworth. superintendent of the Sun day school, is in charge of the rnter- t talnment. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY FOOD NEWS, Ml lll-IM ----- II SI II-H - l ------ l.ll ! II - "SEALDSWEET" ORANGES THE SWEETEST THIS SEASON DOZEN POTATOES DRY MEALY 4 COOKERS, P PECK M1V FRESH BAKED CRACRERS From the Sunshine Bakery SISTER I YOUR SUE, CHOICE FROSTY POUND TOPS, FIG BARS, CREAM LUNCH HECKER! FLOUR 6 LB. SACK 24c l GRAN. SUGAR 4 LBS. 25c SLICED HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLE 10c FANCY CAROLINA RICE RAILROADERS' CHIEFS DENY STRIKE PACT Say They Know Nothing of Plan.) tor Miners and Trainmen to Quit OLKVl'LAND. FW.C Both Warren L. Stone, president C the Brother hood of Locomotive Engineers, and W. S. Lee, head of the trainmen, said today they knew, nothing of leportH that 7D oOO union miners und train men were to strike simultaneously if wage demands were not mat. "audi a proposition has never been discussed," said Stone. "No officials have been or will be sent to Mobile." said Lee. Neither would affirm or deny re ports that a secret vole of tho rall icad woi Iters was being polled for use as a club to secure higher wages and shorter hours. lit a statement to be printed Tlnirs day, thw four brotherhoods will an swer the railroads' a-Kinnents against Increased demands, citing vuge con ditions In detail. It will also say that the organizations arc not opposed to arbitration, significantly remarking; that thev are neither pledged to ac cept It. Strike of 700,000 Coal' Workers and Railroad Employes Is Planned NEW TORK. Feb. 7. A strike of 700,000 union coal workers and railroad employes Is the plan of agents of tne Railroad Men's Unions now In Mobile, Ala., conferring with the heads of t!ie coal miners, according to reports nere today. W. 8. Carter, president of the Urot! erhood of Locomotive Kngincmen mid nMmAn nn.t tr n r .. n.i.i..... I a- ,, ciiii.111 anu i, j wwir, )Jirmui;iiL Ul the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, were said to be directing efforts to combine the miners and railroad man In demand for Increased wages. RVli cale among the railway employes de clared the power of the combined forces would compel the employers to great increases. A conference between representatives of the soft coal miners biid operators In Mobile will be held tomorrow. A conference with representatives of the hard coal miners will be held heie February 21. Smoker Planned. Ilan? for a amokcr to be held March 10 by the High School Intel -finteinilv Association were made at a meellnir at the Delta Tau Delta House. J HO N stieet northwest, yes-telda. 15c AND ONIONS YELLOW 4 PK. PK. -LC DOC SANTA CLARA VALLEY PRUNES Bright, Meaty Sunkissed Fruit. 100-120 Size, LB 50-60 Sfre, LB 30 TO 40 Size, LB 5c 9c 13c TULIP , oats 7;c Lara 10c Pita . . & Zt:S. Large, whole grainf, that will cook white and fluffy. I NOSE CLOGGED F.ROM . A COLD OR CATARRH Apply Cream in Nostrils To Open Up Air Passage;. , i Ah I What relief I Your clogged nos trils open right up, the nir passages of your head are clear, and you can breathe freely. No more hawking, snuf fling, mucous discharge, headache, dry ness no struggling for breath at night, your cold or cntarrh Is gone. Don't stay stuffed up! Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm from" your druggist now. Apply a little of this fragrant, antiseptic cream In your nos trils, let It penetrate through every air. passage of the head; soothe and heat the swollen, lnfiam-d mucous mem brane, giving you Instant relief, Kly'a Cream Balm Is Just what rvcry cold and catarrh sufferer has been seeking. It's Just splend'd. Advt. DRINK HOT WATER BEFORE BREAKFAST Says you really feel clean, sweet and frerii inside, and are seldom ill. If ou are accustomed to wake up with a coated tongue, foul breath or a dull, dizzy, headache; or If your meals sour and turn Into gas and acids, you have a real surprise awaiting you. Tomorrow morning, lmmcdlatel upon arising, drink a glass of hot witer wliu a teaspoonful of limestone phosphate In It. This Is Intended to tlrst neu tralize and then wasli out or your stomach, liver, kidneys ard thirty tcei of Intestines all tho Indigestible waste, poisons, sour bile and toxins, thui cleansing, sweetening, and purlflng the entire allmeirtary canal Those subject to sick headaches, backache, bilious attacks, constipation or any form of stomach trouble, are urged' to get a quarter pound of lime stone phosphate trom the drug store and begin enjoying this morning m-slde-bath It is said that men anil women who try this become enthu siastic and keep it up dail It is a splendid health measure, foi it Is more important to keep clean nnd pure on the Ini(ie than on the outs'de bpc1"" the skin pores do not absorb Impurities lino me olood. causing 'uioeasc, vu.u the bowel ores do. The principle of bathing Inside is not new, ns millions of people practice it Just as hot water nnd soap cleanse purify nnd freshen the skin, so ho water and a teaspoonf.il of limestone phosphate act on the stomach liver, kuinejs and bowels. Limestone phir? plinte is an inexpensive white powder and almost tasteless Advt GRIMES GOLDEN Peck 30C EVAPORATED PEACHES 4 Pounds 25c CANNED Vegtables Sugar Corn, Tender Peas, Mealy Limas, Dry Pumpkin. Your Choice, 3 Cans 25c MACARONI SPAGHETTI AND EGG NOODLES, 2Reg.10cPkgs.l5c 19c 15cS340c a Day Olbs. firfCJlC I