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THE WASHINGTON TfflESr- SATtmRAY.MABeH-lOr-lffl.Tj
NEWS AND GOSSIP
OF WOMEN'S CLUBS
Events of the Past, Present,
and Future Among Washing
Miss Charlotte Crlttendon Everett
and the students of the Colonial
School for Girls are the guests of
honor at a tea being given by the
College Equal Suffrage League this
afternoon at the national suffrage
v,dnitM.r tr.in Rhode Island ave
nue northwest. Mrs. George- F: Bow
erraan, assisted by members of the
Junior Suffrage League, will" act as
hostesses. Mrs. Robert Sterling Yard
will be at the tea table.
nn Ann Cliff c and Miss June
Schaefer. merberof Sir Hfcrbert BeerJ
bohm Tree's Shakespearean company.
Joined with the members of the Ju
nior Stiff rage League Thursday at the
suffrage headquarters In making tu
lips' for the Dutch garden which U to
be one of the features of the mid
lent suffrage bazaar.
Aid Association for the Blind.
The Aid Association for the Blind
will meet on March 12 at 2 p. m. at
the home for the blind, 3050 It street
Legion of Loyal Women-
The Legion of Loyal "Women will
meet on March 12 at 8 p. ra. at the
Woman's reaee Ffatj. . .
The San Carlo Opera Company will
present "Carmen" at the Belasco The
ater on the" evening of March; 12, the
benefit being given by the local
branch of the' Woman's Peace Earty,
The tickets are In charge of Miss
Grace Keedham, treasurer of the local
New Hampshire Association.
The New Hampshire Association
will hold their next meeting at the
Dewey Hotel at 8 o'clock on the even
ing of March 12.
Columbia Heights Art Clnb.
The Columbia Heights Art Club wilt
meet on the, afternoon of March 15 at
the home of the preas reporter, Mrs.
William Grayson Foote, 1341 Otis
street northwest. The program will
Include a paper on "Etchings," by
Mrs. Anton Heitmuller, and one on
"Paolo SarpL" Roll call will be on
Richard Moncton Miller Lord Hough
ton). Mrs. J.EcUan.Brlgga will act as
Lineal Society of the Spanish War.
The Lineal Society of the Spanish
War will be the guests at a Veterans'
Social, at tics- horn of the national
auorema ruler. Mrs. Leta M. Ferguson,
at 1122 Columbia, road northwest, on-
Arrangements have been completed
for a big military euchre to be held
on yTih. 23 at Pythian Temple for
the benefit of the relief fund for
widows and orphans of Spanish war
"TVinneii's H cliff Corps.
Phrr Sheridan Corps, Nov 12. Is
planning, tn give a, theater party at
Polfs on March 19.
Friendship branch of the Sunshine
Society win meet on April 4. the place
te be announced later.
DR. HIRSHBERG PRESCRIBES
Intelligent Observation of Hygienic
Rules Decreases Illness.
By DR. L. K. HIRSHBERG.
Sharper than a serpent's tooth in Its
venomous effects upon your life's
blood are your own Ivories, It not
thoroughly cleaned with a proper
paste, powder, fluid, soap, or other
The combined objects tn be attain
ed by the best substances are deodor
ant, anti-acid, antt-decomposlng, anti
septic, and germicidal. In this way
food particles, fermenting meat fibers,
fermentations, microbes, and debris
generally left between the teeth, on
the gums and tonsils after a "bite
to eat" can be swept out as well an
checked In their malodorous and per
It Is highly advisable that the
chemicals and minerals selected to
secure the teeth from all such depre
dations shall be diligently prepared
by a particular view to the manufac
ture of a smooth, homogeneous den
tifrice free from any danger to the
enamel of the teeth. Flatnly, the
menace to the health and life of the
teeth Is the chance of Injury to their
surface and the Invasion of the deli
cate "Ivory" by bac'eria, which are
eternally present everywhere.
It le such an ent.an.-e which leads
to decay and eventually to the achs
and agonies associated with "poor"
The use of some substance after
each meal, and night and morning,
either with a tooth brush or water,
under pressure enough to force Its
way between the teeth and Into the
Kura margins, will prevent much
Chalk possesses neither germicide
nor anti-decay properties. Yet it Is
an all too popular material in tooth
washes and pastes. As a matter of
fact. It damages the enamel If not
smoothly and finely divided. It may
actually erode or wear away the
Indeed, a tooth paste or powder
with gritty particles ltr It Is a men
are against -sound teeth, for It will
tooner or later scratch the beautifully
polished surface of the teeth and thus
burglarize them of their sterility and
Talct lycopodlum. Fuller's earth and
other sand-IIke grit, common lngredl-
f nts In some pastes and powders, are
i.ften capable of serious damage. It
Ix well-nigh Impossible, according to
the laboratory departments of the
London Lancet, always to maintain
a smooth paste or powder, free from
This radical medical department
also maintains thac It Is not always
Impossible, much less probable, that
by the use of the toothbrush alone
decayed bits of food can be kept from
the gums ana teetn.
Chewing: cocoanut pulp, gum, but
especially apples avts as an effective
scourer of the teeth as wel las ex
pensive "dentifrices." This practice,
followed by the liberal use of a moist
brush, the bristles of which will not
be too stiff or too soft, has proved
especially helpful and effective in the
new English army.
Finally, it appeals especially be
cause the method la cheap and com
monly at fcanL.
(Copjr't, 1917, by Newspaper Feature .Service.)
CLUBS TO HELP GET
WORK FOR WOMEN
Will Form Committee Here to
A federated co-operative committee.
formed of. representatives of "Wash
ington women's- clubs, will bo. organ
ized, here soon, to aid. tha Department
of Labor In obtaining positions for
women out: of employment.
The decision to form the commit
tee was tentatively made yesterday
afternoon, following an address, be
fore- representatives of women's
clubs by Commissioner of Labor
Camlnettl, in" the Public Library.
Women who were present yesterday
will put the matter before their clubs
and receive the organizations' in
dorsement. A meeting will be held In
which the committee will be appointT
ed and Its work started.
Commissioner Camlnettl yesterday
outlined the work of such a commlt
tee, and told hnvt tha plan, was now
In operation In other crties or me
United States, havlns the indorsement
of twenty-eurbt national women's
clubs, representing a membership of
Aid To Home Gardening.
In all cases, the committee is a
clearing. bouse' between Ute women
applicants for- positions and tha Gov
Wltb the- formation of tha commute
here, the "back yard gardening plan"
to cembat the high coat of living win
receive a decided boost In the. maimer
outlined as follows by one of the women
Many women in Washington are-unaoia
to leave home- for- outside wore yet ara
in need of remunerative employment
Such cases, reported to the federated co
operative committee, will In turn be re
ported to the Department of Labor.
Should the committee's report to the
DeDartment of Labor show that the
women In Question possess large enough
yards, the cases- will bet tuiiind evexr to-
the Department of Agriculture, in
structions as to what the women should
rrow. and how to cultivate the back
yard, then will be forwarded.
To Standardize Home Labor.
The formation, of, tha committee Is par
ticularly In keeping with the recant an
nouncement by the Department of Lahor
that women wftl be given equal chance
to compete with men for positions In
munitions factories. Women and girls
found out of employment will be reported
t the Department ot Labor. The de
partment then will give them Informa
tion concerning the requisites. ot woman,
employes in munition factories.
PerhaDS the biEresr. arm oc the- com
mittee, will be. to standardize home 'labor.
Other branches of employment have their
standard grades of pay, working hours.
and requirements. Home labor, how
ever, economically one of the largest
branches of service In the country and
employing as large a force as any, has
SEEK MEN TO KNIT
Those Who Can't Are Urged to Pur
"Will you knitf said tha woman.
"Kit,' said the man.
"Well then, will you contribute to
the cause by buying some of the
wool, so that some woman may knltr
asked the woman.
And the man walked in and con
tributed a quarter, bought the wool
and left It to be knitted Into a Jacket
for the seamen of the United States
The comfort committee of the wom
an's section of the Navy League, with
headquarters at SOT Fourteenth street,
through Its chairman, Mrs. James
Carroll Frazer, yesterday extended an
invitation to men Interested to come
and do their bit by either contri
buting to the fund for the purchase
or wool with which to make the Jac
kets, wristlets and mufflers, or by
sitting down, picking up a needle and
wool and Joining the busy assemblage
of femlnines In their silent knitting.
Although history has furnished
some illustrious examples to the
contrary. It Is a sad fact that, up to
the present, not one man of Wash
ington has screwed up the courage
to pick up a needle and knit. One
man yesterday ventured Into the
sanctuary, and was compelled to con
tribute to the extent of a quarter
before he was able to get away, but
to far the gentler sex baa dona alt
the knitting which Is to protect the
Jackles from cold and wind.
In the window, where completed ar
ticles are on display, a printed card
Invites the passer-by to assist either
by knitting a garment or buying the
wool. This Invitation is presumably
to women, but while no provision b
been made for the man who can knit,
his handiwork will be accepted If It
measures up to the specifications of
the Navy Department.
Sale of the Minerva for $25,000
Exchange of the Blltmore Apart
ment for the Allendale Apartment and
the property known as the Paul Insti
tute, 2103-0 S- street. Is reported by
Gardiner and Dent. Inc., real estate
brokers. The exchange was nego
tiated for Clarence F. Norment,
former owner of the Blltmore, and
Mrs. Ida M. Butts, who owned the
properties given In exchange for the
Blltmore. A large cash consideration
Is said to have been Involved In the
Gardiner and Dent also report the
sale for Ernest G. Walker, of the
Hajierva Apartment, 1838 Fourth
street northwest, for $25,000. The
building is of brick, three stories, and
contains six apartments. It was pur
chased by a local business man as
TO OPEN TOMORROW
One Hundred Churches Will Be
Represented at Institute
Conferences of the Interdenomina
tional Bible Institute, In which more
than 100 Protestant churches of this
city will be represented, will start to
morrow afternoon at the Mt. Vernon
Place M. E. Church South, to con
tinue until the following Sunday.
The opening sermon will be preach
ed at 3 o'clock by Dr. James M. Gray,
D. D of the 'Moody Bible Institute
of Chicago, and the subject will be
-Scrlptual Prophecy and the War; or
Is the Bible Antagonistic to the
Cach. afternoon of the week at 3
o'clock, except Saturday, Dr. Gray
will lead studies In the Book of Ro
mans. At the evening services at 8
o'clock, hla sermon subjects follow:
Monday, "How Do "Wo Know the
Bible is Authentic?" Tuesday, "How
Do Wo Know 'Jesus Christ is God?"
Wednesday, "How Christianity is An
tagonized by Modern Cults." Thurs
day. "The Relation of the- Spirit to
the Worn of God." Friday, "Salva
tion from Start to Finish."
Dr. Gray, who Is we'll known as a
teacher and Bible expositor here and
abroad, will preach the concluding
sermon on Sunday, March 18, at 3
p. m. His subject will be "The Sec
ond Coming of Chlrst What It
At the Sunday morning service of
All Souls Church, Fourteenth and L
streets. Charles Trowbridge Tlttmann
wiU sing. "Thou Wilt Keep Him In
Perfect Peace," by Speaks, and
Schubert's "The Omnipotence." The
Liberal Religious Union of All Souls
Church will be addressed Sunday
evening at 8 o'clock by Chauncey C
'Williams, who will speak on "Shake
speare and His Town." The address
will, be Illustrated.
CHURCH OF OUR FATHER.
The Rev. William Couden, assist
ant pastor of the Church of Our
Father, Thirteenth and L streets
northwest, will preach at both ser
vices tomorrow. His subject at 11
a. m. will be "A Saved Soul." "The
Judgment" Is the topic of Mr. Cou
den a sermon at the vesper services
at 5 p. m. The Sunday school will
be held at 9:45 a. m. and a free
kindergarten at 11 o'clock.
"SEEING GOD" 18 THEME.
The Rev. John E. Brlggs, pastor of
the Fifth Baptist Church, will speak
on "Seeing God" at the 11 o'clock
services tomorrow morning, and to
morrow night will take as his sub
ject "The Reasonableness of Relig
ion." Tho ordinance, of baptism will
be administered at the night services.
The Ladles' Missionary Society of the
church will hold Its monthly" meeting
SPECIAL MUSIC PROGRAM.
The musical program, at the 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p- m. tomorrow at the First
Congregational Church, will Include
special numbers by the choir and or
gan solos. William Stansfield, organ
ist and choir director, will direct the
ADDRESS ON PEACE.
An address on "The Most Great
Peace," will be given by Juliet
Thompson of New York, under the
auspices of the Banal Assembly of
Washington In Studio Hall. 1219 Con
necticut Avenue, tomorrow evening at
The services tomorrow morning at
the Centennial Baptist Church will be
In celebration of the second anniver
sary of the occupancy of the new
building. The Rev. E. Hez Swem. pas
ter, win officiate. Evangelist O. W.
Triplett. of Vlriglna, will preach at
the evening services.
NO AFTERNOON SERVICE. -There
will be no Sunday afternoon
service at the T. M. C. A. as the or
ganization is co-operating with the
Moody Bible Institute and conference
conducted by James F. Gray at the
Mt. Vernon Place M. E. Church
TO ADDRESS NAVAL ACADEMY.
Page McK. Etchlson, religious work
director of the Y. M. C. A., will speak
at the Naval Academy Y. M. C. A. In
Annapolis. Jli, on Sunday evening.
a Sick Stomach
"Pape's Diapepsin" relieves
stomach distress in
Time It! Pape's Diapepsin will
sweeten a sour, gassy or out-of-order
stomach within live minutes.
If your meals don't fit comfortably,
or what you eat lies like a lump of
lead In your stomach, or If you hava
heart-burn, that Is usually a sign ot
acidity ot the stomach.
Get from your pharmacist a fifty
cent case of Pape's Ulapupslii and taxe
a dose Just fa soon as you can. There
will be no sour risings, no belching of
undigested food mixed with acid no
stomach gas or heartburn, fullness or
heavy feeling In the stomach, nausea,
debilitating headaches or dizziness.
This will all go, and, besides, there
will be no sour food left over In the
stomach to poison your breath with
Pape's Diapepsin helps to neutralize
the excessive acid In the stomach
which Is causing the food fermenta
tion and preventing proper digestion
Relief In five minutes Is waiting
for you at any drug store.
These large fifty-cent cases contain
enough "Pape's- Diapepsin" to usually
keep the entire family free from
stomach acidity and Its symptoms of
Indigestion. dyspepsia. sourness,
gases, heartburn, and headache, for
many months. It belongs In your
REV. NELMS RECOVERS
Pastor of Church of the Ascension
To Resume Pulpit.
The Rev. J. Hennlng Kelms, pastor.
of the Church of the Ascension,
Twelfth street and Massachusetts
avenue northwest, will occupy his
pulpit again tomorrow after nearly
two weeks of Illness.
Dr. Nelma win preach at 11 a. m.
and 8 p. m.. and will take as Ms
subject for the morning sermon the
lenten theme he was to have preach
ed on last Sunday, "The Romance of
Isaac and Rebecca," Dr. Nelms was
suffering from the grip.
Dr. Gray Will Preach In Morning
and the Rev. J. T. Kelly at Night.
Dr. James M. Gray, dean of the
Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, will
preach at the morning service at the
Fourth Presbyterian Church. Thir
teenth and Fairmont streets north
west, tomorrow, whUe the Rev. Jo
seph T. KeUy, the pastor, will conduct
an evangelistic service In the even
ing at 8 o'clock.
Miss Mildred Brashears, will lead
the Junior Christian Endeavor at 3
o'clock and will speak, on 'IForglve
ness." Thomas MacEwen wlU lead
the Senior Christian Endeavor, at 7
o'clock. His subject will be, "Spread
ing the Good News." The Woman's
Aid Society will meet In the annex
of the church Tuesday, at 10s3Q
o'clock, to sew for the needy.
The Camp Fire Girls of the Fourth
Church, will give an entertainment
and exhibit for the friends and par
ents on Wednesday evening at 7:30
'QUIET HOUR' SERVICE HELD
Dr. McKIm Officiates at Epiphany
Church Lenten Exercises.
The Rev. Dr. Randolph H. McKJm,
rector of the Church of the Epiphany,
officiated at the "Quiet Hour" in the
church yesterday afternoon. The ser
vice was inducted in connection
with Len' as part ot the "Pilgrimage
of Prayer" and was under the auspices
of the Woman's Auxiliary Missionary
Dr. McKIm wUl speak at midday
Lenten services every day during the
coming week except Saturday. Speak
ers of the afternoon dally servlces'at
4:45 o'clock arer Monday, the Rev.
Joseph T. Ware; Tuesday, the Rev. P.
F. Hall; Thursday, Dr. lie Kim; Fri
day, the Rev. P. P. Phillips, of Alex
andria, Vs.; Saturday, the Rev. E. H.
Ingle. Wednesday evening Dr. Mc
E)m will deliver a lecture on "Les
sons of Faith and Patriotism from the
History of the Huguenots" for the
benefit of Epiphany Chapel.
Mcstenry McChord will give an
organ recital In connection with the
Wednesday afternoon services, assist
ed by Miss Richie McLean, contralto,
and Miss Ruth Bronson, violinist. The
Tuesday afternoon services will be
especially for children.
WILL DISCUSS FRIENDSHIP.
"Friendship" will be the topic dis
cussed at'the vesper talk of the Young
Women's Christian Association at :
o'clock tomorrow afternoon. The speak
ers will be from the Bible class tauzht
by Mrs. C E. Dcyo. who will open the
discussion. She will be followed by the
Misses Florence Krayer; May Glyer, Isa
bet Jones. Myra Rochester, Cora Castner.
Clyone Wallace, Geneva Wallace, and
MISSIONARY TO PREACH.
The Rev. Dr. W. E. Hoy. a mission
ary of the Reformed Church to Chins,
will deliver the morning sermon at
tho Grace Ref romed Church. Fifteenth
and C streets northwest tomorrow.
In the evening the Rev. Henry H.
Ranck. the pastor, will deliver the
third of his series of sermons on th
parable of the prodigal son, entitled
"Welcome Home." At the Lenten
services Thursday -evening Dr. Ranck
will speak on "Moral Microbes."
LECTURE SERIES BEGINS.
A new series of Sunday evening lec
tures begins at the New York Avenue
Presbyterian Church tomorrow by the
pastor, the Rev. Wallace RadrllfTe. "The
OH Fashion" will be the subject. The
titles or tnn various lectures will be
"The Old Fashioned Day." "The Old
Fashioned Dress." "The Old Fashioned
Meeting House" "The Old Fashioned
Song." and "The Old Fashioned Re
ligion. Old fashioned hymns will be
CATHEDRAL CHOIR TO SING.
The t'athedral Choir VIII sing
Maunder's "Olivet to Calvary" to
morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock In place
of the evening service.
A CLEAR COMPLEXION
Ruddy Cheeks Sparkling Eyea
Most Women Can Have
Ears Dr. Edwards, a Weil-Known
Dr. F. IX. Eawards for 17 years
treated scores of women for liver and
bowel ailments. During these years he
gave to his patients a prescription made
of a few well-known vegetablejngredi
ents mixed with olive oil, naming them
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tabltts, you will
know them by their olive color.
These tablets are wonder-workers on
the liver and bowels, which cause a
normal action, carrying off the waste
and poisonous matter in one's system.
If you have a pale face, sallow look,
dull eyes, pimples, coated tongue, head
aches, a listless, no-good feeling, all out
of sorts, inactive bowels, you take one
of Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets nightly
for a time and note the pleasing results.
Thousands of women as well as men
take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets the
successful substitute for calomel now
.i ..- '... tn lrfn in the ninlf ot
condition. 10c and 25c per box.
of delicate, nervous,
rundown people 300
ier cent in ten Uhys
n many Instances.
1100 forfeit It It
falls as per full ex-
lanation in large
rtlcle soon to hii-
por in uii. paper.
Ask your doctor or
druggist about It. Jas. O'DOnnell's
Drug Store and People's Drug Store
always carry It In stock. Advt.
TO DRGE SPECIAL
EFFORT FOR FOND
Holy Name Society Will Consid
er Means to Spur Col
lection of $50,000.
Members of the Holy Name Society
of St. Paul's Catholic, Church will
be asked tomorrow night in the
parish hall. Fifteenth and V streets
northwest, to exert efforts in the
coming week to Increase the Mgr.
Macktn Golden Jubilee Fund.
Officers of the. Society will outline
s plan which Is expected to result
In materially increasing the fund,
the campaign for which will close
During the last month special so
licitors of the parish have been campaigning-
to acquire "150,000 In fifty
days. The sum Is to be used to conn
plete the church building and Inntall
two side auars and a pipe organ, it
Is the hope of the parish that the
full amount Wilt be raised In the time
set, but if this is oone more man
$1,000 a day must be subscribed In
the remaining twelve days of the
The amount raised up to noon to
day was slightly below $32,000.
definite report on finances will
made to the Holy Name Society to
Tomorrow will be Holy Name Sun-
day In St. Paul's Church. Mezabors
of the society will receive Mra
munlon at the 7 o'clock mass, and at
7:30 o'clock In the evening speclsl
rtlnn. will be held. Following
the services the members will moot
In the cnurcn nan.
The Rev. Father Krug, spiritual di
rector of the society, who Is engaged
in the Jubilee campaign, will apeak
at both the' church service and the
meeting In the hall. Officers of the
society also will speak. They Include
C. H. Burke, president: John EiaJC-n-ton,
vice president: John Cotter, treas-1
urer, arid Andrew I. Hlekey, aecre-l
PUN REVIVAL FOR GIRLS
Organizations Will Join In
Tentative plans were made yesterday
at a meeting of representatives or tne
T. W". C A., the Girl Scouts, the Girls'
Friendly Society, and the Camp Fire
m.l. h14 t thm T. w. d A., for a
spirited revival among the girls of the'
city, to be held some time during tne
month of Aprlt An outdoor meeting
will be held some afternoon, to which
all the members of each organisation
Hill be Invited, the program to be equally
divided among the four societies. Tne
camoalm. which Is to revive spiritual
natures of the young girls, will be non-
VERMONT AVENUE CHURCH.
The sermon tomorrow morning at
the Vermont Avenue Christian Church
will be by the Rev. Earle Wllfley. pas
tor, on "The Gospel In Application.
In the evening at the same church
"From Manger to Cross." will be pre
sented In moving pictures.
DR. BORNSEN TO LECTURE.
Dr. Paul Bornsen will make an ad
dress at the meeting of the'' Washington
Secular League, at Pythian Temple", to
morrow at 3 p. m. The title ot the
address Is "Chasing After Phantoms."
A general discussion of the. subject will
Y. M. C. A. TEAM IN CHARGE.
The Y. M. C. A. Gospel Team will
have charge of the evening service
-ft m VA.thmln.t.r VreahvtArl&n
Church. The address will be deliver
ed by Guy V. ttenary, assistant re
ligious wors. uirrciur.
PREPARE FOR REVIVAL.
The services at Shlloh Baptist
Church ("Strangers' Home") tomor
row will be preparatory to revival
meetings, which begin Monday night,
March 13, to continue until the close
of Lent. The Rev. J. Milton Waldron
will preach every night. The officers
and the Christian Endeavor Society
will have charge of the singing.
LECTURE AT ART SCHOOL.
Georgo Jullon Zolnay will give the
regular monthly lecture at the Cor
coran School of Art on Monday after
noon at 4:1 G o'clock on the subject,
DON'T use dyet.
They arc not only
sticky, disagreeable and in
bad taste, but actually
dangerous. A good many
reputable drug stores
won't sell them.
Use Q-Ban Hair Color
Restorer. This will accom
plish wonderful results.
Simply wet your hair with
Q-Ban Hair Color Re
storer. Back will come the
gradually and permanently.
This is the right way, the
healthful one. Q-Ban
claims no instant miracles
it leaves that claim to
m in --
Hair Color Restorer Not a Dyt
"BACK TO NATURE"
For Sale Ilyi
People's Drus; Itores,
LOAN BANKS TO PAY
- SMALL DIVIDENDS
Farmers' Interests To Be Con
sidered First in Operating
New Credit System.
The dividend policy of tha twelve
farm loan banks will be "parsimoni
ous." The farm loan board entertains the
opinion that the farmer would rather
have earnings put back Into the busi
ness than paid out In dividends.
Students of the farm loan act have
figured that stoek tn the hands ot the
public might recelye dividends at
rates variously estimated at from 15
to 45 per cent a year.
This Is because aboutOO per cent
of the capital of the twelve banks was
subscribed by the Government. The
Government will take no dividends.
This would leave the entire dividend
earnings for the small share of the
.toclc In public bands.
These 'figures dwindle to ordinary
proportions, when Jt is considered
that the percentage ot dividends Is
discretionary. The farm, loan board
la opposed to granting large dividends,
tit is willing to nay a fair return on
stockholders' money, but no more.
Within the discretion Invested In
them by law, managers of the' rural
You can see a crook play any day, and a movie any
time, but if you miu M. Crighton't play it's nothing
short of crime.
You Need Errtertunment like f t
You Need to See An Actress Lake
AT THE CASINO
You'll find a tonic that will have ) effect on you
Popular Price Matinees Tuesday and Thursday.
Ticket .at T. ArtW Smith'.
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Illalini Ilia Matthisone
Compear ef W Kntlre Ixisdoo rredoctlen
Next Week Heats KelUsg.
Charles Frotamsa Fre
THE CASE OF
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ANMESLKY VACHKLI-'IhiIj Emery.
NINTH CONCEBT TEN 8TAII BKRTES.
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Tickets, ft.00. t-M. 1.M. 75r, offlcv of
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THE POPULAR POLI PLAYERS
la Kugeae Walters' Wonderful
JUST A WOMAN
A Mammoth Scenic Production
Next Week. "Mlle-a.Minute Kendall
It) JO A. M. to 11 P M. NUbt-. li 16, 2 CnU.
In "Out of the Wreck"
ALL NEXT WEEK MART PICKFORD.
dyes and tho like. But It
does restore the original
color correctly and helps
your hair in growth, helps
it to be glossy, lustrous,
soft, beautiful, charming.
Q-Bin is all ready to ux.
It ii guaranteed to be harmless
and told under tht makers'
warranty of ia,titfact!on oryour
money back. At all good drug
tore, a large bottle for50c-p
or tend direct to Hciiig-Ellit
Drug Co., Mempbii, Tcnn.
interetting booklet tint frit
write for it today. Try Q-Ban
Hair Tonic, Q-Ban Toilet
Soap, Q-Ban Liquid Shampoo,
also Q-Ban Depilatory for Re
moving Superfluous Hair.
" Memphis, Tenn.
credits system wilt use earnings to
pay expenses and improve servfc.
The banks are enjoined by the act to
Uoner will ba nald for at per
cent and lent at 6 per cent to start
wltn, nut as tne employes wkii"
efficiency it la expected av narrower
margin will be maintained.
Corns Act Like
a Push Button
Tells why they are ao painful
and how to lift them
If 'you push on an electric button -you
form -a contact with a lya wire,
which rings the bell. When your
shoes press against your corn It
pushes ,lts sharp roots down upon
sensitive nerve and you get a shock .
Instead of trimming your coras,
which merely makes them grow, Jpt
step Into any drug store and ask for
a nmrtHP at in dubh ef fraezons.
This will cost very little but Is uffU
cient to remove .every nam or sots
corn or callus from one's feet. A few
drops applied directly upon a tender,
aching corn stops the soreness in
stantly, and soon the corn shrivels up
so It lifts right out. root and all.
without pain. This drug lsi harmless
and never Inflames or even Irritates
the surrounding tissue or akin. Advj.,
TONIGHT UIT TOtS -TUB
In "FOLLOW HBP
Co. er 00 lodades HKNRY hSWlS
NEXT WEEK sKATI NOW.
GRAND OPERA CO.
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allerla-PscllsccI:" Toursdar, "La Otacoada:"
Friday. "Ruroletto;" Set. Mat., "Lohensrta;"
Sat. Eve.. "II Tranters. H to Me: Baxw
IMS. Hats.. fXM ta toe: BeasiT P.W.
Taies. A Tsar. Artemoeos, sit
Ib folk sesgra and bailees entirety
new te. Wasklnsrtes.
Assisted ob, the vlelln by KM1LY
GltESSEn. ob the piano by GU5-
TAVB FKMUUU. .
Tickets bow ob sale
Maroh 1 1th, S o'Clook
I. GORIOM Will Speak
or "Tha Traitor iati tan"
First Congregational Church
Comer efTnta and O ItstmSj)
All Are Invited.
Mat. Dally, 3ilS lun. 3 Urea, Sill
Matinees, 9ci KveV, Me ta 81.
"TOPS ALL" STl
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URS. VEHNON CASTLE In 'PATH'
Bowman Bre. lpor Williams. Kta,
Next Week "America First," 4te.
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