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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, 'NOVEMBER 10; 1910.
MRS. LANE ENTERS HER BUTLER IN RACE FOR SERVICE HONOR Vife of Secretary of Interior Says His "Loyalty Cannot Be Excelled." SOME NEW CONTESTANTS .Thirty-four NarAes Added to List Today- Suggest Spe cial Awards. Mrs. Franklin K. Lane, wife of the the Secretary of the Interior, .heads today's list of Wnslngton housewives who havo entered domestic employes for the long servlcoNprlzes of The Times and other contributors. Mrs. Lane, writing from nor home at 1860 Wyoming avenue, to Mrs. J. Edson Brlggs, who Is conducting tho club women's contest, stated: 1 want to1 onter tho name of my butler Woodson Brown, who has been with me for nearly nlno yearn und who, for faithful service, cannot be excelled In your domestic servlco con test. "Although ho hns been with mo a comparatively short time I see some of thirty or forty years entered he has shown hlmsolf such a trustworthy and conscientious man with Ideals of service so far beyond theso we ordin arily encounter that I cannot speak too highly of him." Thirty-four New Entries. TMrty-f6ur entries wore received to day, bringing tho total number now filed with Mrs. lirlggs near the 300 mark. Mrs. Brlggs la seeking moro prizes for special clases, to supplement Tho Times prlio for the doniestlc longest In tho sqrvlco of one mistress. She has asked ono largo men's organization to Blvo Jtn award for tho man ' longest lu domestic employ, und another prlzo will be arranged for tho servant born a slave who has been with tho aame fam ily for n long period. "Onso -writer, told of the loyalty of her servant who asked to bo permlttod to remain with her employer during a time of adversity, and said she would accept a reduction of wages rather than leave totr. Many of tho writers refer to their employes ns "rrlcnd, "helper. and elmalar terms, and fo wof them use the ivora servant. Mrs. William H. Kerr wrote: -"It affords me pleasure to recommend lor loyal friendship and moat faithful servlco as a laundress and general h-lper. Violet Plummor." Took Charge of Home. Tho principal of a school wrote- of her domestic: ' Viler Intelligence in assuming the en tiro responsibility of .tho home during my absence at school Is exceptional. Naturally she Is considered an inval uable member of tho household." In speaking of Martha Thomas. In her service twenty years. Mrs. Min nie Matthews says: "She Is colored, but I have looked toward her as ray best friend Instead of a servant and am Kind to say I could not And one more trustful." Mrs. M. M. Hteele. who entered Char lotte Dyson, wrote: "Sho has been ray faithful, willing, helpful friend twenty-flvo years, through sickness and health, serving through my Ill ness of live months of utter helpless ness from shock In losing my family; s sole dometlo and director of my home. Klvo trained nurses having been employed during that time and cared for by her." Servants Entered For Long Service Honors SOCK PROUD HAL F GERMAN VOTE Europe Stillin Doubt Employers who entered domestic servants In the con test since yesterday, and the years of service of those en tered, follow: n Mrs. Franklin K. Lnno, 1866 Wyoming Ave,, Woodson Brown, 8 years. Mrs. Taylor, 2005 O, Mary Thompson, 14 years. Mrs.' A. B. Watts, 635 Ninth S. E., Maolina Pierce, 3 years. , , Mrs. S-A. Drury, 2037 Connecticut Avo Laura Brooks, 18 years. -Mrs. C. P. Consaul, 1651 Harvard terrace, Louisa Young, 14 years. Mary H. Marbury, 3307 R, Lizzie Thomas, 12 years. Mary H. Marbury, 3307 R, Rachael Brown, 35 years. Mrs. P. B. Reading, 1816 H, Mary Jane Pierce, 25 years. Mrs. W. H. Kerr, 1356 Irving,' Violet Plummcr, 21 years, Mrs. Blanche Hibbs Homlller, Tho Northumberland, Maggie Wash- ington, 19 years. , ' Annio M. Pierce, 1328 Eleventh, Eliza Jacobs, 2G years. Miss Julia C. Lindsly, 824 Connecticut Ave., Carrie King, 8 years. Mr. Florence Gore, 1147 New Hampshire Ave., Ada Only, 10 years. Mrs. M M. Steele, 323 East Capitol, Charlotte Dyson, 25 years. Marion A. Moffatt, 221 Second S. E Amanda Grigsby, 25 years. Mrs. Isidor Grosncr, 039 Massachusetts Ave., Katie Nagcle, 22 years. Mrs. W. T. Gill, 442 M, Sallio A. Stoops, 15 years. Mrs. W. T. Gill, 442 M, Albort Dorsey, 10 years. Mrs. F. T. Blackford, 714 N. Car. Ave?, Alice Monroe, 36 years. H. Elizabeth Hyland, 835 Twenty-second, Grace Hodgo, 25 years. Mrs. F. W. H. Weeks, 1920 Sunderland place, Jenny Wells, 23 years. Tho Misses Stuard, 2118 I, Amanda Clements, 47 years. Mrs. Minn's Mathews, 911 Seventh S. E., Martha Thomas, 20 years. Mrs. W. Goddard, 18,30 Connecticut Ave., Annie Fraser, 20 years. Mrs. F. F. Fletcher, 1441 Massachusetts Ave., Ellen Johnson, 50 years. Anna Pfluger, 2812 Connecticut Ave., Mary S. Sadgroar, 15 years. Mary Walker, 1634 Tenth, "Mary Jane," 26 years. Mrs. W. S. Dunlop, 3014 N, John Henry Plummer, 61 years. Mrs. R. T. Robinson, Woodley Park, Julia Gross, 10 years. Mrs. J. Lee Webb, 2815 Eleventh, Mary Jones, Mrs. Emma Gardner, 519 Eleventh, Mary Waters, 11 years. ' Miss Eunice K. Warner, 100 B N. E., Margaret Elliott Hill, 20 years. Mrs. LeRoy Tuttle, 2101 LeRoy place, Mary Mason, 26 years. Mrs. H. Warren Smith, The Mcndota, Lizzie Redd, 21 years. OF PARTY SHOWING; OF U. S. FOR WILSON, BIG GAIN IN VOTESlRGURES INDICATE Leaders See in Result an Indi cation of Organization Be coming National Factor. NEW YOniC. Nov. lO.-AtthoUBh the returns on tho Sncaltst vote throughout tho country arc still mower there W Milwaukee, Teutonic Center and Normally Republican, Went For President. On Result of Election CHICAGO, Nov. 10. noturns tho German strongholds of the Middle West todnv nhriw Hint Ihn an. raited plenty of optimism nt Stati headmiai-i "hyphen" vote did not flguro as great ters, at 239 East Ulghty-fourth street. ' ly in the election ns was predicted Reports Indicated an Increased vote, nnd this was taken ns All indention of tho growth of tho parly. Soel.illi.ts hero ptofessed to bo looking forward to tho time when Socialism would bo a na tional lisuo, or when tho party would hold nt least a, measure of the balance " """ . .. ;,... at... , i.i... -j n..im Returns Indicate. It was said at head- ' "" """- "i.""o .- in the campaign. It now seems It was divided about equally botween Mr. Wllxnn nml Mr Iftlirlina. Mllwaukeo gave Wilson a plurality ' havo estimated at about 6,000. This was a great surprise, as it en mo In the face of a Republican majority for LONDON, Nov. 10. 'London Is in doubt. London Is still withholding Judgment on who won the American Presidential election, and Is waiting anxiously for final official returns. London thought It knew Wednes day morning, when" Renter's flashed unqualifiedly that Hughes had been elected. Rut today Router's flashed unqualifiedly that Wilson had been re-elected. Bo the Evening News, to i be perfectly fair, reproduced both IReuter flashes undor the head: . "REUTEIt BAYS UOTII ELECTED." i - su uA.iiniiKO iviVMiufii vuiill'anji getting United Press reports, did not announce the election of Hughes. When the "news" that Hughes had been elected was turned loose Presi dent Wilson drew a few hot editorial shots ono was "spineless Idealist." Now that things nro doubtful edl- torlnl opinion is suspended. Crowds uocKea around me bulletin quarters, that there hns not only beon nn increaso or a per cent in tn rresi dontlal vote, but nu Increase of SO per cent on tho Stato ticket vote. Tho total party vote throughout the country Is estimated hero at between 1.200.000 and 1,000,000, its against 918,000 In 1912 What They 'Won. Socialists say that the returns would Indicate Hint the party has elected two State legislators In California and two candidate, except the Socialist pros ecutor. Mllwaukeo Is normally lie publican, and 'is regarded as tho most Qermah city In tho country. Seven counties in Wisconsin, how ever, all heavily populated with Ger mans, reversed their Democratic ma jorities of 1912 and went for Hughes. Ohio, a State of enormous dermaii Amerlcnn population, went for Wilson by SO.OU0 votes. In doing so, the State thn. lines of International world politics and this attitude has been disapproved by tho election returns." Takes Contrary View. Rerllner Tageblatt takes a contrary view, saying "Tho main reason for President Wilson's defeat apparently was not becauso of.lils foreign policy. Tho American peoplo arc probably sat isfied with his attitude toward the great war. Nevertheless the HUghes victory means the Republican party's Imperial istic and military views are Indorsod by a mnjority," "The Republican victory must be ascribed," salys Vorwaerts, "first to a united party and second to tho German nnd Irish-American tactics employed. Slnco 18tl there havo beon orify two Democratic Presidents, Cleveland and Wilson, who tt'pffA th nnlv Amr.rlr.in Presidents In that time to threaten America with a European wnr. Maintained Peace. Only England's- back-down In the IJeforo tho election all England uows iDcr. omciais nnu main citizens wero i . ..... . .. . , ... interested to nn almost unbellevablo !" """. ana uermany s in me see- In Minnesota. Thomas H. Van Lear. I broke a political tradition of fifty the .non-partisan candidate for mayor in I ujUm-. Oermari.n popu Minneapolis, who had the Socialists' In- .uiurolltv of between 12.000 and 15.0W. Thla dorsemont, has been elected by a ma jority of 6.000. The most ancournglng reports come from Milwaukee, a Socialist stronghold. In Wisconsin two Stato senators and seven assemblyman were elected, ac ts a far smaller Dlurallty thnn tho city normally gives to the Republicans. -The great strength fit the Domocrats In Ohio was In tho rural districts and small cities and towns. St. Louis, another German strong degree but held aloof. There seemed to be a gentlemen's agreement not to tnko sides oven in opinion In the, domestic aiiair or mo unuen mates. "It Isn't our affair, wo have troubles enough of nur own, without mixing In with America's problem," seemed ex pressive of tho public state of mind. The newspapers with but very few exceptions withheld opinion. The Brit ish tendency was probably toward Wil son. Its basis was in the belief that German officialdom was agnlnst him. Then ntrnln thn attitude of IIuehCH Oil vedrs ' the moro or jesj troublesome Anglo- .tlllVI ILUII llUllIHUIIfl l.fira nut -.., J defined, whereas the public knew Just what to expect from Wilson. On the whole, however. tTP nucstlon wus re garded as Internal to America rather than International, SSinfii5-r.,5S-.'.,e'y2ll,.?..-T,? 'l, gave. Hughes a. plurality of SLEEPY OPERATORS E Ul RETURNS Many on Times Election Infor mation Bureau at Post Fifty Hours in Seventy-two. TUMULT! ID AIDES IN VICTORY PUD E 8ummer White House Staff Be gins Celebration When Re turns Arrive at Midnight. J'llello, Main SSS0?" "Don't scernsurprtsed If the young man who answers' you today sounds a trlflo sleepy, for he has been at his post per haps fifty hours out of tho last seventy-two. Relief wns ready yesterday for them whonever It was nsked for. many "pinch hitters" being conscripted for The Times election Information bureau, but tho young men who began answering calls from 'thousands of Washington MI BERNHARDT DOLE OF SHYLOCK "Divine Sarah" Gives Scenes From Four Popular Plays of Her Repertoire. "Camllle," a play Mme. Rernhardt has made a classic In histrionics. shared honors with 'The Merchant of . one In t'tah, Party also carried Into offlco tho board of supervisors and a sheriff. Reports here wero that Victor Berger. of Mil waukee, had been defeated. , Reports received by the German So cialist newspaper, tho Volke Zcltung, Indicated the election of a Stato legis lator In Vermont the first legislator to bo elected- by tho Socialists In that Stnte. In Providence Dr. Reed hns been elected n member of the legislature. In Ilnverhlll, Musi., another unexiiected .thing .happened Morrcll. a Socialist, was elected to the State legislature. The report reached New York that In Florida tho people sent a Socialist to tho Htnto legislature. In Montana one legislator wns elected and two are re ported to havo been re-elected. Oklahoma Reports Encouraging. Reports received from Oklahoma So cialists were encouraging, A wire re ceived from the State organization, an nounced that there had been an Increase In tho Socialist vote In tho State. Six sheriffs and a county administration aro reported to have been elected. It was reported also that a Socialist had been elected to the legislature In cw .Mexico, two in Washington, and .s in me result in cm nearly 10,000, but the State went for wuson n y aoout 3u,suu. jacKson county. In which Kansas City Is lo cated, gave Wilson a vote of 44,229 and Hughes 32,819. Chicago went for Hughes, but the hyphen vote Is not regarded here as a large factor In the Republican plurality". GERMAN BLACKLIST IGNORED BY VOTERS NEW YORK, Nov. 10. Study of the make-up of the New York city delegation to the next Congress as shown In tho complete election re turns seems to demonstrate that, In stead of being a handicap, the black list placed by the New Yorker Staats Zcilung upon the members of the last Congress who voted to table tho Mc- Lemore resolution aimed at warning American citizens from traveling In allied merchantmen, was a help to those candidates. Of the fourteen Representatives designated by the Staats as "Con gressmen who do not deserve our sup Berlin Gets Hughes Flash. UEItLIN, via Sayvllle. Nov. lO.-Only brief dispatches were carried In spe cial editions of Brlln newspapers an nouncing Governor Hughes had been elected and giving short biographical sketches of "the President-elect." Edi torial comment Isconfllctlng. Tho Vosslnche Zeltung says "Presi dent Wilson's defeat was caused by his foreign policy which entangled the United States In European and world policies. True Americans understood that President Wilson was acting along ond maintained peace. "The election has proved that no other American statesman, will ever itrfaln dare to allenato the hyphen voters." The Morgen Post, after qualifying bulletins regarding the election had fol lowed Router's first flat announcement of the Governor's election, said: ' Tho dispatches, saying the election remains In doubt Is not true because Washington has already officially noti fied Secretory Grew, of tho American embassy, that Governor Hughes Is elect ed, in view of Hughes' reported In dorsement of Colonel Roosevelt's state ment thnt America should havn .pro tested against Oermnn occupation of Belgium, it Is difficult to see how the German government helped to elect Hughes." Returns to Vote for Wilson; Is Arrested BALTIMORE. Nov. 10. William H. Dlegelman, thlrty-ono 'years old, came, hero on Tuesday from Philadelphia to cast his vote for President Wilson. Yesterday morning ho was taken from bed at tho homo of his mother by de tectives on warrants charging him with deserting his wife and four children and with driving off several weeks ago with an nutomobllo belonging to Dr. George I. Young. 0 oua.va .lo.inrs iw. mo .Mcrcnani ;- " . iu rcami n V "- port." all but three wero re-elected icmce msi evening on me out pre- - ' h; ; V,V,. .:.."" Vl.V".'! M;?.IT' ' Tuesday, and n nlmost every case by scnted by the French actress. legislature uclc,uru Ior lno The death scene from the tragedy' In the little town of Haledon. N. J was given, nnd the trial sceno from the Hoelallsts elected August Urocele the HIinkMiwuwnn nlnv in ih i.r "lnn 'ntt'r. Interest centered In this the HiinKcspearean pla. In tho latter. 0rc,(on he.causo It wns In Haledon Mme. Bernhardt essayed the role of ; that meetings were held at the time. Shylock, giving, durinrf the brief spaeo f the strike In tho I'atersou silk of time allotted to the testimony of tho ruthless usurer a clear cut de- homes and hundreds of calls from out- llneatlon that Inode tho audience wish of-town persons Tuesday afternoon did not wont to leave their work until a definite result was known. Although thero was tension In the work and a largo amount of concen tration required, humor relieved tho situation at critical times. .Many po litical arguments resulted from tho thousands of calls. After carefully questioning the oper ator If "this Is Main S0." one man In quired about the election returns. After his curiosity was satisfied, he demanded that a largo steak bo sent'hlm, think ing, no doubt, from tho bedlam In tho telephone room that an abattoir was being maintained. Annther called asked "how he was." After several minutes of mlsundor- to seo tho entire play. Tho third trnglc note was struck in "L'Holocauste," a bilef drama of In fidelity and penltenco written by the actress. In contrast to the somber effect of theso three, stood out the delightful comedy, "Pence at "Home," which com pleted the bill. Penalty of Wealth. "Mike," said Plodding Pete, "what would you do If you had a million dollarsT" "I dunno," answered Meandering standing. It was discovered that tho 1 M,ke.f "But I'm suspicious dat I'd be sunn up uiKiiiB wurrjinft iur ioar some o' dose bllllon-dollar boys ud freeze me out an' git It away from me." mills. Word from 'Nevada shows thnt Grunt Sillier. Socialist candidate for tho I'nltcd States Semite, was de feated. A noticeable feature of tho Socialist voto In this State. It wns said, wan tho percentage of Increase in tho Stato. rather thnn In the city. Tuo assemblymen were elected here. Ship lncoff In the Twenty-third assembly district, and Whltehorn in the Twene ty-llrst assembly district, the former by 1,600 votes and the latter bv n mall mafftHli. Socialists hero are disappointed In ' tho defeat of Morris Hlllqult in thn Twentieth Congressional district, i Mover London was re-elected to Con- I rress. a materially Inerenscd vote. In tho Sixth district (Kings), for Instance, Frederick W. Ilnwe, .polled 28,869 votes, as compared 'with 22,262 In 1614. In soieral other districts the gain of thn canrilrintes picked out for tho targets of "German blows" was proportionately as large, while the three men who were defeated, Mlcnnel F. Farley. Fourteenth; Thomas G. Pntten, Klgjitcenth. nnd Woolson It. Oglesby, Twenty-elgthh, lost by cotu pnrntlvely smnll pluralities. The elplit Congressmen listed nn fnlr by the Stunts becnuso they had voted for the McLemoro resolution were nil re elected, except William 8. Bonnet of the Twenty-third district (Manhattan). BETTER BY MORNING-TRY Get a 10 Cent Box of "Cascarets" for Your Liver and Bowels. Tonight sure! Remove the liver nnd bowel poison which Is keeping your head dizzy, your tonguo coated, breath offensive and stomach sour. Don't stay bljlous, sick headachy, constipated, and full of cold. Why don't you get a boe of Cascarets from tho drug store now? Eat one or two tonight and enjoy tho nicest gentlest, liver and bowel cleans ing you ever" experienced. YoU Vf)l wake up feeling fit and fine. Cascarctt never gripe or bother you all the next dny like calomel, salts and pills. They act gently t but thoroughly. Mothers should glvo cross, sick, bilious or feverish children a whole Cascaret any time. They are harmless and children lovo them. Advt. f 3(SXt0Si Pennsylvania Avenue ABBURY PARK. Nov 10.-Asbury Park slept late today. The bottom and sides of olectton excitement had been kicked out, but it took election celcbra tora until an early hour today to com plete the wreck. By last midnight every ono at the "Summer White House" Kxecutlvo Of fices stopped fretting, nnd, led by Sec retary to tho President Tumulty In a blr White House automobile, started an Impromptu parade of victory. Before it had gono two blocks more than 1,000 wero In lino, cheering, waving flags and burning ubiquitous red flro. Thero were fifty automobiles behind Sec retary Tumulty's cur. About 12:15, seemingly from nowhere, a flfo and drum corps drummed nnd phrleked Its way Into the limelight at the front of the marchers. It was tho last touch needed. "Willi Secretary Tumulty was Mrs. Tumulty and a pnrty of personal friends. Tumulty carried a largo picture of President Wilson that could be seen a mile. Tho celebration wns the climax of a sixty-hour vigil that began Tuesday. Secretary Tumulty had Just twelve hours' sleep out of tho sixty. Some of tho Kxecutlvo Office attaches and em ployes had less. But the lack of sleep , naa Kuieu no one s spirits. Tumulty ' wore a smile that was hounded only by his cars, and ho ussurcd friends he felt "ns fit as a dnlsy, " Just before tho parade started, Tum ulty wirelessed to tho President on tho Mayflower formal notification of tiln re-election In tho following message: "I am here surrounded by tho loyal Democrats of old Monmouth, nnd wo beg leave to send you our greetings and congratulations. The cause you have so nobly represented has at last tri umphed and wo greet you. Our hearts, our thoughts and our affections go to you." Rabbi Simon Talks on Jeremiah to Zionists Taking as his subject "The Prophet Jeremiah," tho Itov. Abram Simon Bpoke beforo a ineotlng of the Zionist Society, In Its home, 1205 Sixth street northwest, last night. Rabbi Simon Illustrated his talk with extracts from tho Old Testament, show las now Jeiemlah was similar to and different from tho man of today. Me. nlso ill owed tho desirable qualities found In tho llfo of the prophet, deslr nlilo in thnt they could bo followed to day, and the undesirable qualities, to be avoided by thoso who took tho prophet ns nn example. , The speech last night wns one of a series of lectures which Itnbbl Simon will deliver bcfoic the club this winter. lnrfv wnnted thn Emergency Hosnltal Loud shouts greeted the operator when he told the Inquirer that the latter'a favorite was leading. Usually. H (explaining about stocks) You know what margin Is, don't you? Bhe Oh. yes. That'a the money ydu put up and lose. tT " P ggBgfgaHgl CUT OUT UTS IF KIDNEYS ARE T ROUBLING YO THE ONE TO HELP IS PLANT JUICE Mrs. Reed Tried Them -All, But The Only One to' Give Relief Was Plant Juice. Drink Hot Wafer! Have Rosy Cheeks and a Peachy Skin 8ay we will both look and feel clean, sweet and 'fresh and avoid Illness. Uric Acid in meat excites Kid neys and Irritates the Bladder. Noted Authority says we must flusbKidneys with Salts if Back hurts. To nil who suffer from tho symptoms of a deranged stomach, liver, and kid ney trouble, or rheumatism. Immediate relief Is at hand In the use of Plant Juice, the now herbal stomach remedy. Nothing that sclenco has put forth from the laboratory of nature has so quickly sprung lpto world-wide fame und proml nenco as has this preparation. Wher ever Introduced, It has taken Immedlato hold on tho public and brought forth words of pralso from people In all sta tions of life. It does all that Is claimed for it and more, as verified hv h. .signed statements of well known local iicopie. i'UHsiQiy your nexi-aoor neigh bor bus proven that this remarkable remedy has been wonderfully success ful as a germ-destroyer, tlssue-bullder. nnd a bullder-up of wasted organs. For Instance, tho signed testimonial of Mrs. F. C. Reed, who resides on Belalr road, In Baltimore, county, and i In a well known lady of that vicinity. was received. Sho stated: BSSSSSmwNBSSSsV SSSSSSSSSSSkBSSSS& akjs & dmttjrattg i Seyenth Street ramrani V OUrCsa llUUk; The Biggest Money's Worth in Men's Suits and Overcoats at 2p J. mU Wo aro a nation of meat caters and our blood Is filled with uric acid, sayH a well-known authority, who warns us to bo constantly on guard against kid nev trouble. Tho kidneys do their utmost to free Me " r .C UlM"? E?,ft 22.SXZ.Sl Z k'-th DP' "TO "!?'?? and It would sour gel sluggish: tho ehmlnatlvo tlsmes on my stomach and causa gas to form. m M4 T a 1 1 AJh1 ftrfb M AAI clog and thus the waste Is retained In """-""'? """, "V"iu,K' i.5" .!, hlnn,l In unlfinii thn entire Hvstem. I "".""::: '...' "T L", ""' .."'"' " 'S"i. When your Kidneys acne ana rcei anu kui vury weiia ana run aown. T . liarl tried tllimhnrR nf mulUlnA. .... Iko lumps of ead, and you have, sting-1 none of tl)Cm scelned to help me and Intc pains In the back or tho urine, is th0 , Iea, benclt T t Ken I cloudy, full of sediment, or tho blad- beKan t'0 tnko y0UP Plat jUce. I nnil dcr Is Irritable, obliging you to seek re- no thnt my ?ood aKreea in m"n lief during the night; when you have Blcep wcU ttnd nm able to get a good nevcru neouiitiiwD, iici vuuo ,iu m.j.i rilnt's sieeD. 1 am not r.n Sri iclls. slcenlcssness. acid stomach o rliiiumntlsm In bad weather, cot fron your pharmacist about four ounces of Jnd Snlts; tnko u tublespoonful In a glass of water before brenkfast each morning and in n few days your kid neys will act fine. This famous salts Is made from the acid of grapes and lemon Juice,, combined with llthla, and has been used for generations to flush nnd stimulate, clogged kidneys, to neu tralize tho nclds In urlno so it Is no longer a source of Irritation, thus end ing urinary and bladder disorders' Jad Salts Is Inexpensive and cannot Injure; makes a delightful effervescent llthlu-water drink, nnd nobody can mako a inlstako by taking a little oc casionally to keep tli'o Jddiicys clean and active. Advt, nervmiR nn I was, and nm glad to recommend PInnt Juice to others who suffer ns I did." Plant Juice , acts like magic in stomach trouble, gas, fermentation, heavy, distressed feeling after meals and on retiring. It nttacks and de stroys all poisons In the blood, cor rects diseased conditions of the llrtr nnd kidneys and restores them to nor mal condition. It banishes rheumatism from the blood. The Plant Juice Man Is at The Peo ple's Drug Store, corner of Seventh and K streets, whero ho Is dnlly meeting the local public, and introducing and ex plaining the merits of this remedy. On Saturdny ho will remain at the store until 10 p. m. to meet those who aie unablo to call during the day. Advt To seo the tlngo of healthy bloom In your face, to seo your skin get clearer and clearer, to wake up without a. head- ( ache, backache, coated tongue or a nnsty breath, In fact, to feel your best, day In and day out, just try inside bathing every, morning for one week. ' nfrtiA hr.nlfn.t nMi dnv rirlnlr ft ' glass of real hot water with a teaspoon ful of 'limestone phosphate In It as a harmless 'means of washing from tho stomach, liver, kidneys, and bowels the previous day's Indigestible wasto, sour bile and toxins; thus cleansing, sweet ening and purifying the entire aliment ary catlal before putting more food into the stomach. The action of hot water and limestone phosphato on an empty stomach Is wonderfully Invigorating. It cleans out all the sour fermentations, gases and acidity and gives one a splen did appetlto for breakfast. A quarter pound of limestone phos phate will cost very llttlo nt the drui; store, but la sufficient to demonstralo that Just as soap and hot water cleanses, swtstens and freshens the skin, so hot water and limestone phosphato act on tho blood and Internal organs. Those who are subject to constipation, bilious attacks, ncld stomach, rheumatic twinges, also those whose skin Is sal low and complexion pallid, are assured that 'one week of lnslde-bathlng will have them both looking and feeling bet ter In every way. Advt, 1 ' m ' (7) plain and fancy lots of Pinch-backs among them. e To promise such values throughout the season would be impossible. They are spe cial came to us by extraor dinary purchase and deserve to be considered as bargains and BIG ONES. The assortment of pat terns is exceptionally good and the quality of the wool ens is not found today n $12.50 garments. But while they last you are favored with a wonderful opportunity. SUITS for young men and conservative men Pinch-back, English and Mod ified Models. OVERCOATS in all the stylish and staple effects DSSSSij I