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THE WASHINGTON TBIES.- THURSDAY,- JANUARY itvi.1917. p -Vv- v- LANSINGS TO GIYE ' DIME TO WILSONS Company of Twenty-two Will Be Entertained Tonight at Home of Secretary. ENGAGEMENT IS ANNOUNCED Miss Dorcas McLaurin Srfiith Is ' to Marry Lieut Com. J. P. Jackson. U. S. N. The President and Mrs. Wilson will be honor guests at dinner this evening-, with the Secretary of State and Mrs. Lansing- as hosts. The party will number twenty-two and will Include Mrs. Lansing's niece, Mrs. John Fos ter Dulles, of New York, who is her guest, and Mr. and Mrs. Frederick U. Coudert, of New York. The President and Mrs. Wilson Mo tored to the Chevy Chase Club this' morning -for a round :of golf. - Mr. and Mrs. Max Surth. of Yoko hama, Japan, have announced the en gagement of their daughter, Miss .Dorcas McLaurin Surth, to Lieut. Comdr. John P. Jackson. IT. S. N. Mr. and Mrs. Surth hare, taken an apart ment in Stonefeigh Court for the win ter, and the wedding is expected to take place here in the spring. ' Ordered To Facile. Lieutenant Commander Jackson, who has been on duty in the office of naval Intelligence' at the Navy De partment, will leave Washington in a Jew daya for the Pacific Coast to . doin hi? ship,, the U. S. S. Frederick, to which he has been ordered as kx vcutlve officer. Lieutenant Jackson Is a brother of Mme. Kkengren, wife of the minister of Sweden, and the son of Mrs. John P. Jackson. .He was at one time naval attache to, the Ameri can embassy at Home. -- t Congressman' and- Mrs. J. Charles Linthlcum of Maryland have taken an. apartment at the Willard for the re tnainder of the season. Mrs. Wallace Bertholf, wife of Com mander Bertholf, tj. S. N., stationed at San Francisco, arrived at Washington yesterday for a short visit, and is staying at the Willard. Lieut. Robert Henderson. U. S. N"., and Mrs. Hender son are also at the Willard. Mr. and Mrs; Walter Penfleld gave a dinner last evening for Mrs. John . Foster Dulles', who is visiting the Secretary, of State and. Mrs., Lansing. Mr, and Mrs. Penfleld gave a dinner Tuesday .evening for Judge Martin F. Knapp. IIosl at Informal Luncheon. M. Elondell, of the French embassy, entertained Informally at luncheon at the Shbreham yesterday. Others giv ing luncheons In the rose room were TJr. George N. Poulieff. secretary of the Bulgarian legation; Miss Nona Mc- .VJoor-rana Jira trtux -uanion. or Philadelphia, and ;Lieut.. H. W. Van Valzah,. U. S. N., "-of the Mayflower, who. had a party, of ten. ' Don .Buenaventura Carot of the Spanish embassy, entertained; a party at the tea dance at the Shoreham yesterday afternoon. A -ball masque and costume dance will be given at the Colombia Coun try Club, Thursday evening. January 1'5, and will be open to all members of the club and their guests. Dancing will begin at 9 o'clock, and will con tinue until L Supper. will be served at 10:45. There will -be no dance on Saturday evening, January 27. - At Borne On Friday. Mrs.. Ten Eyck DeWIttj Veeder and Miss Veeder will be at home tomor row afternoon and the following Fri days in January. The Minister from the Netherlands and Mme. Van Bappard had a com pany at dinner last evening at the .Willard. - 4, Mrs. William Howard Taft. who has been the' guest of Mr. and -irs. A. Garrison McCHntock since her arrival in Washington, will go today to stay with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William Collins Herron. She expects to leave Washington Sat urday. . t This evening Mrs. Henry F. Diraock will give a dinner for Mrs. Taft, and tomorrow she will be the guest of honor at a luncheon, with Mrs. Samuel Spencer as hostess, and at the tea Mrs. Francis E. AVarren is giving at the Country Club. Mrs. Charles Whiteside Itae gave a luncheon for Sirs. Taft yesterday. Mrs. Victor Kauffmann was hostess at luncheon today, entertaining for Mrs. Held Hunt, of Boston, who is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. liannis Taylor., The sixteen guests were seated at four'small tables. Mme. rtoo Entertains. Mme. Roso, Who will entertain at tea this afternoon at her apartment In the Portland, will be assisted by Mrs. David Jayne Hill, Miss Katherine Hill, Mrs. William W. Kimball, and Miss Edith Koon. Mrs. T. DeWItt Talmagc and Mrs. Elbrldgc Moore, of New York, will preside at the tea table. Mrs. John P. Fillebrown and IIIss Ellen Fillebrown will entertain at tea this afternoon. They will be as sisted by Mrs. Gilmer Easley, Miss Augur, Miss Virginia Mullins, Miss Elizabeth Fielder, and Miss Mario Louise Fletcher. J. Mrs. Bruce Helme Stockett, for- merly Miss Margaret Worthington, of Washington, la visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gilmer Easley. 5 MU. Meyer Visiting Here. Miss Julia Meyer, daughter of George von Lengerke Meyer, formerly Secretary of the Navy, Is visiting Mrs. Warren Delano Robbins at her home ih" Connecticut avenue. Mrs. Meyer will come to Washington later to visit Miss Hslolse Meyer. The members of the Washington sec tion. Council of Jewish Women, are in vited to meet Mrs. 8. Plsko, member of Uie executive board of the National f Council of- Jewish Women, and secre tary of the Denver Hospital, at a tea tomorrow afternoon from 3 to S, at the borne of Mrs, L Grosner, 939 Mass thUMtts avenu- HONORED AT DINNER Miss Anne Hopkins Feted at Chevy Chase Club. Mlsa Anno Hopkins was the honor guest at a dinner given at the Chew Chase Club last evening by Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Claytor. The other guests were Dr. and Mrs. Hen ry B. Spencer, Mr." and Mrs. Randall Hagner, Dr. and Mrs. Louis C Lchr, Mrs. Rosc,oc C. Bulmer, MIhs Ruth Patterson, the Misses Tuttle, Miss Catherine Burdctte, Arthur Campbell, Pendleton Turner, Robert Patterson, .Mr. Chisolm, Mr. Hernlng, and Mr. Araburg. Senator and Mrs. Porter J. McCum ber, who entertained In honor of their daughter and her guest. Miss Eileen Roach, of Baltimore, had as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Pratt. Mr. and Mrs. John Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rust, Jr.. Miss Dorothea Owen, the Misses Louise and Laura Delano, Miss Mary Graham, Mis? Pauline Stone. Mixs Helen Blodgott, Miss Dorothy Shuey, Miss Margaret Douglas. Baroness Lily von Wlnckler, Miss Dorothy Mason, Miss Maxwell Church, Lieutenant Commander Adol- phus Staton. Lieut. Edwin Watson, Lieut. Vaughn K. Coman. Lieut. Clem ent Heth, Lieut. A. D. Bernhard, An gelo Conti, Frederick E. Chapln, Jr., Joseph Abbott. John Delbert, Her bert Kuber. Mr. Hewes, John Cun ningham,. Bassctt Blackley, Gouve neur Hoes, Marion Baker, and Gra ham Hodges. Rear Admiral and Mrs. Albert Cleaves and Miss Evelina Cleaves en tertained at the club for Miss Lydia Chapin. Mr. and Mrs. Beale R. Howard were also hosts at dinner at the club last evening, and others entertaining there were Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ellis, who entertained in honor of Gustave Scholle, secretary of the American legation in Havana, and Mrs. Scholle, and Mrs. Henry W. Fitch, and Miss Alexandrine Fitch. Their dinner was planned for Major and Mrs. Thomas Holcombe, but they were unable to be present on account of the recent death of Major Holcqmbe's father. Returning from Maine. The Assistant Secretary of War and Mrs. William M. Ingraham, who have been visiting in Portland, Me., will re turn to Washington late this after noon. Miss Helen Claxton, the debutante daughter of the Commissioner of Education and Mrs. Philander P. Claxton, was the guest of honor at a prettily appointed luncheon which Miss Gertrude Thompson gave today at her apartment in Dumbarton court. The table was artistically decorated with pink roses. The other guests were Miss'Mary Garland. Miss Maxlne Durant. Miss Elizabeth Campbell, Miss Catherine Pace, Miss Mary Pearre, Miss Zella Sm'oot, Miss Sadie Read. Miss Florence Fenton, and Mfc Henrietta BurrelL Luncheon For Debutante. Mrs. John J. Hamilton entertained at luncheon today to meet Mls4 Louise Hamilton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Hamilton and one of the season's debutantes. The other guests were Miss Elizabeth Hamil ton, Mlsa Amy Bennett, Miss Mary Veeder, Miss Marie Sims, Miss Emily Kutz, Miss Anna Montgomery, the Misses Beach, and Miss Elizabeth LHughta,; '?- - it -it- ,- Mrs. Ira Bennett and her daughter, "Miss Amy Bennett, will be at home tomorrow afternoon. Receiving with Mrs. Bennett and Miss Bennett will be Mrs. Ira C. Copley, Mrs. Edwaid N. Hurley, Mrs. Ashmead Fuller, Ml3 Marie' Sims, Miss Elizabeth Beach, Miss Louise Hamilton, Miss Ethel Am bers, and Miss Elizabeth Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs .Charles Coles Tucker will entertain at dinner next Wednes day evening aj. the Chevy Chase Club for their niece. Miss Taylor Logle. llokless nt Bridge. Mrs. Embick, wife of Capt. Stanley D. Embick, V. S. A., is entertaining informally at bridge this afternoon to be followed by tea when Mrs. J. V. White will preside at the tea table. Mrs. William W. Mathewaon will en tertain a small company informally at tea this afternoon at her residence in N street. Her sister, Mlsa Stlck ney, will be at the tea table. : Mrs. Lawrence Townsend has been obliged to cancel all of her social en gagements, as she has been serious ly ill for more than a week with mastoiditis. She Is better today, and Ih improving slowly. Miss Margaret Read will leave Washington thls week for a short stay in Philadelphia, after which she will go South for a scries of visits and to remain untjl the end of the season. Miss Anita Kite, who Is visiting In Portsmouth, Va., where ah is being extensively entertained. Is expected to return to Washington next Tues day. Judge and Mrs. Sidney Ballou enter tained at dinner last evening, when their guests included Senator and Mrs. Francis E. Warren, Congressman and Mrs. John Jacob Rogers, Assist ant Attorney General and Mrs. Charles Warren. Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Fairbanks. Mr. and Mrs. Fleming Newbold, and Colonel Raybaud, mili tary attache of the Argentine embassy- Hair Often Ruined By Washing; With Soap Soap should be used very carefully. If you want to keep your lialr look ing its best. Most soaps and pre pared shampoos contain too much alkali. This dries the scalp, makes the hair brittle, and ruins it. The- best thing for steady use la Just ordinary mulslfled cocoanut oil (which is pur and greasless). and is better than the most expensive soap or anything else you can use. One or two teaspoonfulo will cleanse the hair and scalp thorough ly. Simply moisten the hair with water and rub It in. It makes an abundance of rich, creamy lather, which rinses out easily, removing every particle of dust, dirt, dandruff, and excessive oil. The hair dries quickly and evenly, and It leaves the scalp soft. .and the hair fine and silky, bright, lustrous, fluffy and easy to manage. You can get mulslliccl cocoanut oil at any pharmacy. ItV very cheap, and a few ounces will supply every inem hr tit the ffT)'r for months. Advt MANY BOX PARTIES FOR OPERA OPENING Notables Will- Attend Inaugural of Season in Washington at Poli's Tonight. The opening of Washington's gran-J opera oeason nt Poli's Theater this evening, when tho Boston Grand Opera Company will present "Alda," will be attended by a brilliant audi ence. A box has been reserved for the White House party, and several mem bers of'tho President's household are expected to attend. . Mr. and Mrs. Perry "Eelmont will occupy a box, having as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Warren Delano Robbins. Miss Julia. Mqver. who Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robbins. and Mr. Celesio, of the Italian embassy. . Mrs. Robert M. Thompson will havo with her tho superintendent of the Naval Academy. Capt. "Edward W. Eberle, and Mrs. Eberle, who are her guests; her daughter, Mrs. Stephen H. P. Pell. Miss Hilda Sykes, and Col. Edouardo Raybaud, military at tache of the Argentine embassy. Other Boxholilerm. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Thropp's guests will be Mrs. W. H. Fltzhugh Lee. Mrs. Matthew T. Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Alexander Scott Thropp, and Douglas Thropp. Other boxhold- ers are Mrs. George W. Vanderbllt, Mrs. Gibson Fahnestock, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Bliss, Mrs. Charles Hln ckle, Mr. and Mrs. George Hewitt Myers. Mrs. Edward .Walker, Mrs. James McMillan, and Miss Mary Tem ple. WILL BE DINNER GUESTS 'Miss Edith Koon and Her Fiance to Be Honored. Miss Edith Koon and her fiance, Wilbur J. Carr, director of the con sular service, will bp honor guests at the dinner Ir. and Mrs. Thomas B. Hutchinson will give this evening. The marriage of Miss Koon and Mr. Carr. which will take place Saturday afternoon. January 20, at 4:30 o'clock, at the bride's apartment it the Dres den, will be followed by a large re ception at Rauscher's. The Rev. Dr. Herbert Scott Smith, rector of St. Margaret's Chur6b. will officiate, and Dr. Charles Adams' Holder, of New York, will be best man for Mr. Carr. Bride' Attendant. Miss Koon will have but one at tendant, her cousin. Miss Leah Stock, of Hillsdale, Mich., who will be' maid of honor. Miss Stock and her mother, Mrs. Alexander Stock, will arrive In Washington Sunday to be guests of Mrs. Koon and Miss Koon until after the wedding. Mr. Stock will come to Washington for the wedding, arriving the day of the ceremony. A number of Interesting hospitali ties have been arranged In honor of MlsJCoon.-, Mra. --Davenport -White gave a delightful luncheon for her Saturday, and next Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Carl Joerissen will give a dinner In her honor. Monday. Jan uary 15. William E. Fowler will give a dinner In her honor, taking his quests later to the Charity Ball, and Tuesday, January 16, Mr. and Mm. Charles Long will give a dinner. Will De Kntertntned. ' Mr. Carr and his bride will be at home at the Dresden after February 3. and several dinner parties will be given for them after their return. Among those who will entertain for them are Mr. and Mrs. Beale R. How ard, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kauffmann, and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Noyes. : Capt. and Mrs. F. W. Clark will 'en tertain at dinner on January 13 at the Army and Navy Club. Senator-elect and Mrs. Peter G. Gerry are the guests of Mrs. Gerry's aunt, Mrs. Charles II. Strong, at Erie, Pa., where they stopped off on their return from Chicago. They are ex pected back in Washington Saturday. Amlinsnndor Naon Guent. The Assistant Secretary of the Navy and Mrs. Franklin Roosevelt en tertained at dinner last night In com pliment to the Argentine Ambassador and Mme. Naon. The others guests were the Secretary of the Interior and Mrs. Franklin K. Lane, Senator and Mrs. Claudo Swanson, MaJ. Gen. and Mrs. Iftigh L. Scott, Bear Admiral and William S. Benson, and Commander and Mrs. Edward McCauley t '.' Lieut, and Mrs. Alexander L. P. Johnson havo as their guest at Fort Myer Mrs. Johnson's sister, Miss Con suelo Mix, of Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Huldckopcr will be the guests of honor at a din ner which Mr. and Mrst Thomas T. Gaff Swill give this evening at their residence in Twentieth street. There will be twenty-six covers. The table will be adorned with a centerpiece of red carnations and white spring flowers. Most every woman vnuus a nice, clear com plexion. and can have it at a trifling cost. Constipation in women is increasing to an alarming extent, and this causes poor circulation which accounts for yellow, muddy, pimply complexions which so many women are trying to overcome. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets is the one dependable remedy for bad complexions. They 'act on the liver and bowels like calomel, yet have no danger ous after-effect. They assist nature to throw off the impurities that get into the blood. They will surely dear up, even the most distressing condition quickly and tone up the entire system, giving a Eure, fresh, ruddy skin. They are absc itely pure easy to take and correct constipation. They act quickly, cleanse and purify and make you feel fine. Start treatment now. Get a box from any druggist 10c and 25c SZrZ. ' ! sslsfsMBssiMSiiisssssssissssssisisisisisH n 1 - r n m LJ ! WILL PRESENT TABLEAUX Interesting Features Arranged for Oriental Ball. ' One of the most Interesting feat ures of the Oriental ball to be given at Rauscher's. January 23, by the Junior League, will be the scries of tableaux from tho Arabian Nights, after Dulac and Maxfleld Parish,' which arc being arranged by .Mlsa Lena Hitchcock and Mortimer Clark. The ,flrst "Scbeherezade."' will bo posed by Miss Camilla Lippincott and Morven Thompson;' Mrs. Lawrence Baker will appear as "Plerutzc," from "The Wicked Half Brothers." "The Queen of the Ebony Isles" will bo represented by Miss Olga Pll son, and Miss Julia Brice, Miss Muriel Dchys, and "Mortimer Clark will bo seen In the episode' from "The King of the Ebony Isles" when the king hears the women clapping." The fifth" tableau will also be from "The King at the Ebony Isles, "and will show Mar- lyn Brown, of New yorK, at me mo ment when "In this part of thenarra-- tlves the young king began 10 sod. - Mlss Alexandrlno Fitch will' have the role of Morglana In "The Forty Thieves," and the next scene III be the "Sword Dance," from ."The Forty "Thleyps." posed by. Miss Candace Howard. Wilder iomjinson, Lavrence Baker, and Walter Alexan der. Two scenes from "The Magic orse win oe bhuvh, "- -: man. is tWs the watch 'thou hast kept?" posed by Miss Gwendolyn Denys and Morven Thompson, and "Until the tale of her mirror content ed her," with Miss Mildred Cameron, Miss Suzanne Chase, Miss Dorothy Denys, and Miss Elizabeth Smith. Brig. Gen. and Mrs. George P. Scrlven will entertain p. company of ten at dinner this evening at their residence In N street. To Make Home In Dnlutfc. . Albert F. Ferguson has left Wash ington for Duluth, Minn., where he will make his home" In the future. Mrs. Ferguson will Join him shortly. The marriage or Miss Mary Hazel Colton and Allen Clark- Mlnnix took place yesterday afternoon at the home of the bride's grandmother, Mrs". M. E. Edmonston. Only the relatives and a few lntir mate friends witnessed the ceremony, which was performed by the Rev. Lucius' Clark, of the Hamllne M. E. Church. The bride wore a smart traveling suit of tan and wistaria velour, with a black and silver hat and white fox furs. She wpre a diamond and pearl bar pin, the gift of the bridegroom, nd ft'eorsnee bouauet of lilies of thS valley and orchids." A small reception rouowea, wnea the bridal couple-"were assisted "by Mrs. A. E. Colton. Mrs. W. S. Mlnnix. mother of the brldegoora; Miss Mary Mlnnix. Mrs. D. J. Harwobd. Mrs. F. M. Edmdnstoni and Mrs. M. E. Ed monston. Later Mr. and Mrs.- Mlnnix left for an extended motor-trip. The out-of-town guests at the ceremony were' Mrs, J. H. Kanaway and MlssEdna Wallach, of New York: Mrs. H. B. Frank, of St. Louis, and Mrs. J. E. Moses and Miss Gractr Moses, J Springfield, Mass. ' The dinner dance at the Army and Navy Clfcb this evening promises to be a brilliant affair, and will be attended by a large add distinguished company. The Assistant Secretary of War and Mrs. Wllllata-Mlngraham-' will be-he "guests of. honor at a dinner' which Major and -Mrs. William P. Jackson-will give at the club. - Congressman and Mrs. Luther W. Mott will give' a dinner of thirty-four -covers In .compliment to Congressman and Mrs. James R. Mann. Mrs. Stone, of New-OTork, who Is visit ing Congressman and Mrs. Charles B. Ward, will lie Among the guests. An other interesting dinner, will be given by Rear Admiral and Mrs. Frederic R. Harris to meet Col. Louis J. Magill.' U. S. M. C and Mrs. Magill. Medical Director and Mrs. C. IL T. Lowndes will be hosts at dinner as will Col. and Mrs. George Read, who will have six teen guests, and Ensign John M. Blankcnshlp, U. S. N-. retired, and Mrs. Blankenshlp, of Baltimore. : Mrs. Gilbert Grosvenor will be at home the fourth and fifth Mondays In this month. NOT ENOUGH BABIES. DETROIT, Mich., Jan. 11. Prestige of the poodle suffered a blow here to day when It was learned that the de mand for babies In Detroit exceeds the supply. The information came from the headquarters of the Michigan Chil dren's Home Society, where It was de clared babies given over to the 'J1'" tutlon are taken away by women with an unsatisfied mother love, almost be fore they can be unwrapped. DRINK HOT TEA r FOR A BAD COLD .------... .... - ..j Get a small package of Hamburg Breast Tea. or as the German folks call it "Hamburger Brunt Thee at any pharmacy. Take a tnblespoonful of the tea. nut a cup of boiling water ........ 1. TT al..n..rtK .. uflVf ntlfl uijuii it, )iuur iniuuhii -.... , -- - drink a teacup full at any time. It Is me most crrecuve way 10 urci . iu and euro grip, ok It opens the pores, relieving congestion. Also loosens the bowels, thus breaking a cold nt once. It is Inc.tpr-ni'lve and entirely veg etable, thi-rofore harmless. Advt. What Is The Basis of a good meal if it's not GOOD BREAD? And what docs the bread prob lem resolve itself into but the RIGHT CHOICE OF FLOUR? II You can never go wrong; in employing" CREAM BLEND FLOUR. Its sterling quality makes suc cess certain, no mat ter what you bake bread, biscuit.?, cakes or pies. Specify CREAM BLEND FLOUR AT YOUR GROCER'S. 8. B. -Earnshaw & Bro. nEoiesaiers 1UvU j. 100z mu . VETERANS TO-LEAD-MUGURAL PARADE Honor of Heading Procession Will Be Given'to Members 'of the G. A.R. ' Th ltrni hnnnr of headlnc th'o In augural Pa'rade, America's most pic turesque procession, -which In the past has- fallen to the West Point ca- riotn thft mlilahlnm.n 'fwim Ann&D- olls, and representatives of the vari ous branches of the- regular service, this- -year will be given to the vet erans of the Grand' Army of .the Re public - ' Plans for placing the veterans at llin . ...1. . tt.A Hwnnaatflrtn II1U ilUIIfc - WHCIl HID iFH,,oow. reaches Fourteenth street northwest are being- worked out today by Gen- AV-.I C?-.a. .a..J B....I..I ...4 t.1 Oa slstants of the military committee. Veteran to Lead Line. It has' been definitely decided to allow the G. A. R. men. of. whom there are but few. as compared with, former years, to swing into line when' the head of the procession reaches Fourteenth street, and to lead the parade from that point on down Pennsylvania avenue, up Fifteenth street., and thence" down the Avenue again, past the Court of Honor General Scott' has communicated with William J. Patterson, commander-in-chief of the Grand Army of- the Republic' in Pittsburgh, explaining to him, the plans of the military com mittee. Long Marck Too "Much. The idea of allowing the veterans to stand a't rest at some point, pref erably Fourteenth street, oa Inaug uration" Day, and when the parade reaches. that point swing in, was ad vanced by Colonel Harper, of the In augural committee, and CoL John McElror. ' They maintained that the long wait at the Capitol for the proces sion to start and the mile and a Quar ter march to the Court of Honor, would be too much for the veterans. PLAN FOR INAUGURAL Inter-Society Committee Looks for .Headquarters. Negotiations for 'he rental of the ground floor of the new building at Thirteenth and F streets northwest ? in Keeping Down; .. . at" TO occupy the place that Armour does in relation tp the country's food supply imposes responsi- . bilities of stupendous importance. And in l.tnik'."". ' time of high food costs, higher than any of us have ' ever known them, it is ovAy.fair to the Americanvpeo- ' -pie, that they should know how fully ArmourrrealizeT these responsibilities how thoroughly the Armour. - organization lives up to its stewardship. . , It must be remembered that Armour is not a pro ducer, but a purchaser of raw materials; not retailer, but a manufacturer of finished food products. - In this position, as a great public servant, it is Armours highest aim to provide tne farmer with ' a steady and continuous market, that he may be stimulated to greater production. As increased yield brings greater revenue to the stock grower, so does it bring' greater volume. But, most important, greater supplylikcwisc means lower prices to consumer. Yet encouraging greater production is but one way in which Armour strives to keep prices at true-value levels. In scientific handling, Armour effects wholesale economies which further hold down liv ing costs. And this is accomplished by turning all inedible portions in to valuable marketable by products. Under less economi cal systems, these parts would 1 Mr iBW-PSl'Wlsi Bsssfsssf for use as headquarters of the State 'Hniplf.lf.ta. rittrrnp? tha f nftllplira.1 Derlod "wcf.er begun today -by tho Inter-society inaugural committee. 1 Tho committee, which was appoint ed by- Inaugural Chairman Robert N. Harper, Edward F. Colladay, chatr manof inaugural committee of the Federation of Citizens' Associations. ad'"8nowae"n Ashford, 'chairman' of the fedtsratlon'a , entertainment com mittee, consists, of representatives of the Missouri. New Hampshire," Call: forrita, South. Dakota, and Florida so cieties. - Prof. Helnrlch Maramer, rep- r.ntlnp- MArvInnd. which has HO soclety'ln Washington, also a member, win nave cnargo or ine ihubihu -tures of thb societies Inaugural en tertainment.. . FOR WIRELESS OWNERSHIP 1 1 . . n Secretary Baker Approves U. S. ' Control of All -Stations. Secretary of War Baker " gave trnnir and unauallfled nDDroval of a Government -monopoly of wireless be- A ,1.. IT..... n.Mmltt.a fT WTm 1UIU UIU I1UUSC VUUiiMifc" .; --- chant Marine and Fisheries hearing the' advocates of the wireless bill to day. "Complete control and dominance of wireless is needed," said Baker. and the. War Department is In entire and hearty afiord with ihe. Navy Depart- OTtant In mAvnnairv nt tflA bllL The. necessity has become clear and now, is the time to. establish complete supremacy of Government control." "Acquiring ownership of private stations," said Baker, "is one of the most important provisions ior such control." ' ra. an'ji.t'ltfA mntml ISA hftd extent by Government ownership?" asked Congressman Hardj-i ' "I believe thlh.is the only way," re p'led Baker. .HaKer aaaeu in ne uiu iiui onijr s,i the terra "Government ownership'' when the national security was con cerned. ILLITERACY INMOUNTAINS. There are hundreds of thousands of illiterate people- in the mountain ous regions ef Georgia, Tennessee, and the Carol Inas, according to Dr. Frank K. Jenkins, president of Pied mont College", at Demorest, Ga In. a lecture before the Wom en's Missionary Society of the ML Pleasant Congregational - Church, yesterday. "It is surprising " hov few of these people have ever been out of their district,' said Dr. Jenkins. "In the sections where the railroad does not touch few news papers are ever found, and the peo ple have never heard of ..moving pictures.". rmours ruuu uau 'i t5;l be charged to you in higher prices for meats. But even such efficiency in preparation is not enough. Your food supply must be dis tributed cheaply, and with out undue shrinkage or spoilage. So Armour has built a line of refrigerator cars. And because Armour and Com pany own and maintain these refrigerator cars, no outside car shortage can ever stop the delivery, nor raise the price of meats, your most en ergizing food. These factors actas a whole some influence generally in keeping prices at true-value levels. Once tnis is borne upon you, it follows as a matter of course that in specifying Armour foods upon your table, you are working for your own best interests.. ARMOURCOMPANY CHICAGO No StoffiacllJain, Gas, Indigestion In Rye Minfltes "Pape't D)apejwln"'U,-the only rwf "stomach' regulator, . ' - ? known. 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It belongs In your bome should always- be kept handy In case. of -.-sick. sour,, upset stomach during "tho day' or at night. It's the aulCItet.' Surest.' 'and most harmless stomach regulator In the world. Advt. ASOeCESetVCCMJQMKEHEBY 10 crs.-.Brra thb.skw triai. bee box iMBMrWlCT,W,W . AtBraaste. BTOWM'5- jemt 1. Mewii & S6N. yyVNNr'sy',,gss'rsj Electric Percolator St tho bet there t oat of tSoi coffee, -Efcctrld Ftr- colters, Jmbc. some nickeled coff.ee sag. chintz 7M -rmi-iJMCV Carroll HectricrCd. 714 12tkt' " Mw 7320 i-"TCo tT-? " 1 BB jVaBk H"slV 1 A i 5 "1 A 1 S.