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THE WASHINGTON TIMES; WEDNESDAY; TOCY 3M9C?.
Heavy German Counter Attacks on Newly-Won ill. S. Positions Are Repulsed t S FiU GAIN ON LONG LI; AMERICANS HOLD VAUX (Continued -f row .First Page.) aSometers, to the depth of SCO, meter, taking 220 prisoners! - JWest of Chateau-Thierry, a German oontcr-attacK upon Vaux failed under French Are and prisoners were taken. "German attempts failed northeast of .xiocel Haute, la Alsace." AMERICANS TAKE 500 PRISONERS Five hundred prisoners, virtual an nihilation of a complete German regiment, and heavy captures of mil itary booty was the record of Amer ican forces near Chateau Thierry Monday, General Pershing reported today. The Americans, in capturing Vaux. the Bola de la Roche and the neigh boring -wood, advanced on a mile and a half front to a depth of 1,000 yards. Heavy enemy counter attacks 'were completely repulsed. American aviators participated in the brilliant assault and three fallen to return to the lines, Pershing added. The communique, under date of July 2, follows: "Yesterday afternoon. In the Cha teau Thierry region, our infantry, with effective co-operation from our batteries, stormed the village of Vaux, the Bols de la Roche and neighboring wood. "The attack was made in co-opera- huon. wiu uio Tenca on our rigni, who advanced their line on Bill 204. Our own positions were advanced on a front of a mile and a half and to a depth of 1.000 yards. "The enemy's losses In killed and wounded were heavy. Bis regiment, holding the sector attacked, offered obstinate resistance, and was prac tically annihilated. Our losses were relatively light. A German counter attsrlr, made early this morning, was entirely repulsed. The. erjemy again suffered severely and left ad ditional prisoners In our hands. The prisoners captured in the attack and counter attacks number over COO, and Include six officers.,' This in- creases the total prisoners taken by wur. uropa iu uui 'huJ "5 the last month to- nearly 1 "00. The t material captured by our troop's dur ing yesterday afternoon's operations include trench mortars and over -v sixty machine guns. The day passed quietly at all other points. "American aviation squadrons co operated with our troops in the ac tion northwest of Chateau Thierry. Three of our aviators did not re turn." ' GERMAN CHIEFS GO TO HELP AUSTRIA ROME. July 3. Field Marshal Jnackensen and General Von Below, who led the German-Austrian offen sive' last autumn,' are reported in a Berne dispatch today to have gone to Austria. Von Below is generally cred ited with having been made commander-in-chief of the Austrian arm ies an the Italian front GERMANS RETAKE SOME LOST GROUND LONDON, July 3. The Germans last night recaptured most of the ground won. by the British northwest of Al bert, on Sunday, Field Marshal Halg reported today. "Last night, after heavy bombard tnent. the enemy attacked and recap tured the greater part of the ground taken by us in a minor operation on the evening of June 30," the state ment said. "Successful raids were carried out by us in the neighborhood of Boy elles. Moyenville. and Harris, a few prisoners being taken In each case." ARCHANGEL DUMA IS UNDER ARREST The civil authorities of the Arch angel Duma were arrested and taken through Vologda on the road to Mos cow, according to a message from Ambassador Francis today, dated June 24. In this cablegram, the latent arrlv ing from him, Francis said the Vol ogda Duma also was threatened with -arrest because of failure to execute orders of the Solvet government. The department was In the dark as to the meaning of the reported declaration of a state of war in the Archangel province. It was suggested Ml lucre uiieiit ic evuic- cuunccuon . ,r. a h. ,, t... .t,. .mi X a I-- AU. ji HSU AIUCUWIM IUIWO OKI HUW UUing protective duty on the Murman coast SUMMER RATS Rooms si.ro ,. with detached baths rtooma with private bath. S3. nub Rrrakfaxt and Table a'Hotc Dinners. MOTEL J Location of "Actions" in Pageant " 6 ST-'W- '' ' ' '' " '-' - ' - y Vs. Q'jo T fAErawa of autoj! Hun, thu umd r n m T -t "''Sixv - jt T y Xlv YrJ GREAT TABLEAU I rCrWV TO BE REHEARSED JL4ffl SBf ATCAPITOLTODAY . OHhllsli (Contlnned from First Page.) parade. Although the delegation will be small, its members will represent the United States, South America, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa. This will be the first time In the history of the District that the Polish flair hu bn. parried through th streets of Washington as the recog- nized emblem of an ally of the Ameri can nation. This will be the final appearance of this group of the Polish White Cross nurses before their departure for France for war service. They are being sent by Polish immigrants in America. Nine ambulances have al ready been sent forward. Jugoslav Banner Unfurled. Another flag will fly In Washing ton tomorrow for the first time it will be the first official -raising of the Jugoslav flag, symbolizing the unity of the Serbs, Croats and Slo venes. The flag raising will take place at 4:30 o'clock tomorrow af ternoon on the grounds In front of the old Agricultural building. The Jugoslav flag raising will be attended by Jugoslavs from all parts of America, and the speakers will In elude the Serbian minister and the president of the Jugoslav National Council. The Armenian mission today an nounced that It had engaged the ser vices of Mme. Pardnosslan. an Armen ian of the Boston Grand Opera Com pany, who wilt sing in the Armenian "action" and wear the Armenian costume. The committee on arrangements has drafted a program that will make it possible for spectators to witness virtually each and every one of the score or "actions." Each nationality will present Its action three times, with ten to tweenty mlnutesETETu sion periods. This will afford an op portunity to go from one location to the other. PERU AND NICARAGUA WILL OBSERVE FOURTH Peru and NIearauga are the latest countries to declare a national holi day on the fourth In honor of the United States. The NIearauga Presi dent will address the U. S. marines at tneir Nicaragua camp tomorrow. The Portuguese Red Cross Society has ordered all its departments throughout the country to fly the American flag tomorrow together with the Red Cross colors as a manifests' tlon of Its gratitude toward the Amer ican people. , NOTED CLERGYMAN DEAD. COLUMBUS, Ohio. July 3. The Rev. Dr. Washington Gladden, natli-nclly known Congregational mlnilr and author, of this city, died eterdny, following a second stroke of paraly nit suffered last Sunday Dr. Gladden was eighty-two years old. JULY 4 CUBAN HOLIDAY. Cuba has decreed July 4, the anni versary of American Independence, and July 14, the anniversary of the fall of the Frencn uastlie, as na- d-I.,i vAli.. tlonal holidays, the Amerlrir rein!- l" O.L j..a.v.ua. lvuv uiuiicu iuo s a S Tla rt oh Inrla I A e-M AS 4 m a ?,. n.neplmint suto Pertinent, 6 Bell-ans Hot water Sure Relief BELL-ANS FOR INDIGESTION, K-J2j Locate the stars on the drawing and you will be Able to determine the best places for witnessing the "actions" of the Fourth of July pageant. There are twenty-four stars. That means you may see one or several of the twenty-four "actions' by taking your stand on or near the spot the star indicates. At the conclusion of the "actions" about 7:30 o'clock the various contingents will move to Twelfth street; then down Twelfth street to Pennsylvania avenue, and through the Avenue to the east Capitol steps for the final tableau. Program The allied nations are arranged In accordance with the dates of their en trance into the great war. SERBIA. (July 28, 1914.) Actions, SlOO, St43 and SiSo. (In Park Below Old Agricultural Building.) Standard of Serbia. Harvest Home Festival la associa tion with the Jugo-Slava. Direction Mrs. William P. Borlsnd. with co-operation Serbian legation. FRANCE. (August 3, 1014.) Actions, 3 130, 615, and TtOO. (New Agricultural Building.) March of Provinces. Children's Dance. Spirit of Modern France. Station guarded by sailors from the French battleship La Glolre. BELGIUM. (August 4, 1014.) Actions, SiSS, SilO, and 7iO0. (Smithsonian Building.) St. Patrick's Choir. Little Bees (thirty Belgium or phans). - Action built around events In con nection with the celebration of Inde pendence day, July 21, 1010. Under the direction of Frederick U Stephens and Miss Elsie Kelso. GREAT BRITAIN. (August 4. 1014 ) Actions, 5l20, 6tIS, and 7lO0. (.Sherman Monument.) Songs and dances. Indian exhibition. Scotland Dance, the Highland Fling. Wales Songs, "March of the Men of Harlech." "All Through the Night," "Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes," and "British Grena diers." Ireland Dance. "Top o' the Cork Road." India Scene, "By the Roadside Well;" tableau, "England On Guard." MONTENEGRO. (August 0, 1914.) (Stands Near Elllpae.) No action. Colors and guards in parade only. JAPAN. (August 23, 1014.) Actions, 33, 6i!0, and TiOO. (Stands Near Elllpae.) Sword dancing, fencing, and other Interesting features PORTUGAL. (November 2.1. 1914 ) Actions. Si30, 615, and TtOO. (Ellipse. West End.) Representing a scene of the Feast of St. Anthony, and introducing the national folk danre, "VI ra do Mlnho." Presented by members of the Arlon Club under the direction of Mme. Cortingo. THE LATIN-AMERICAN REPUB LICS. Actions, 5, 3143, and Si30. (Tan-American Building.) Brazil (April 0, 1017) Representing the nation and her twenty-one nr- jpj ujU-JJUPrair 11 ii i ih of Pageant states, and introducing the "Hymn of the Republic." by Alavo BUac and the characteristic na tive dance, the Maxixe, led by Miss Edith Lamar. Presented by a group of Mary land volunteer workers, under the direction of Senor Marches, of BrazlL Cuba (April 7, 1018) Representing characteristic Havana scene. Presented under the immediate supervision of Madame BruIL of the Cuban Legation. Guatemala Featuring the Maya In dians of Guatemala and the Ma rimba Band (courtesy of the Washington Hotel). Presented under the supervision of the Guatemalan Legation. Panama Featuring a young Pana manian native with her native dress. Produced under the dlrec tlon of Miss Le Fevre, of the Pana manlan Legation. Nicaragua Representing the celebra tlon of Independence Day (Sep tember IS). Presented by the Southeast and Chevy Chase Community Centers, with the assistance and direction of Miss Cecilia Olivia. ITALY. (May 2 J. 1015.) Actions. 3. 3i43. and &30. (Red Cross Building.) Costumes of Ancient Venice. Impersonations of Doge, Pages, etc Songs by members of the San Carlos Opera Company: Italian National Hymn, Santa Lucia, Funiculi, O Mar enarlello. The Tarantella Dance. Music by the Nordica Mandolin and Guitar Orchestra, Walter T Holt di rector, and by the Italian Band. Station guarded by sailors of the Royal Italian Navy. SAN MARINO. (May 21. 1915.) No Action. (Red Cross Building.) Colors only. GREECE. (November 2. 1910.) Action!, SlOO, 5l43 and 6l30. (Treasury Building Steps, South.) Greek Hymn and dances of Ancient Greece. Departure of Spartan Warriors for battle. "Cleftlco," a modern dance by men In National Uniform. "Answer of Leonldas at Thermopy lae." "Syrto," a modern national dance by men and women. "Announcement of the victory of Marathon." "The Leap To Death," danced by Greek girls. reproduction of tho historical self-destruction of sixty maidens to avoid enslavement by the Turks. The action will he presented by the Greeks of the city of Washing ton In co-operation with Miss Bertha Draper King. UNITED STATES. (April (l. 1917 ) (Near Ellipse.) Represented by War and War Re- lief agencies so arranged as to be Tomorrow protectors of the Oppressed Peoples SIAM. (July 22. 191T.) No Action. (Stands near Ellipse.) Colors and guard in Parade Only. LIBERIA. (August 4. 1917.) Actions, 3 SitS, and 6i30. (National Museum Steps, South.) Action represents five epochs in LI berian history. The story, written bj Mrs. Helen B. Irwin, Miner Normal School, of the District of Columbia, li the pageant of Liberia's progresr from the early seventeenth centurj to the present time. The story of Li beria Is featured by the Miner Nor maL BIrney, Dunbar. Garnet. Ran dall, Lovejoy. and West Waahlngtcn Community Centers. The action i under the direction of Miss Mary Bur rill, and the costuming is under the direction of Mrs. Carrie C Watson. CHINA. (August 14. 1017.) Actions, 8i23, ilO, and 7. (D. A. R. building.) With the co-operation of the Chi nese legation Chinese Instruments Gleo Club. Chinese Games. JUGO-SLAVS. (With Serbia.) Actions. 8, OHS, and Ci30. Embracing Serbs, Croats, and Slo venes. In charge of Mrs. William P. Bor land, assisted by Srgjan Tuclc and the Young Women's Christlon Asso ciation. Jugo-SIav Song, Jugo-SIav Chora Societies. "Kola" Dance by Children of th Patriotic League. Selection: National Jugo-SIav Taxn burltza Orchestra Dance by Miss Betty Baker. Serbian folksong By chorus of T. W. C. A. girls. Symbolic Interpretative dance By Miss Enid Sims. Jugo-SIav song Jugo-SIav choral societies. v A Jugo-SIav wedding Music by Jugo-SIav Tamburltza Orchestra. Croat and Slovene songs by a chorus of Y. W. C A. girls. Dance by Jessamine Borland and Jack Baker. Dancing of the "Kola" (the Jugo SIav national dance) by a group of twenty-four ladles and twenty four gentlemen of the V. W C A. and Y. M. C. A. Miss May Udovlch and E. Blazevlch will sing Jugoslav songs. The Y. W. C. A work has been In charge of thi following secre taries of the Y W. C A : Miss Scales. Miss Norton and Miss Adams. The "Kola" dance arranged and led by J. Grgurevlch. of the Jugo Slav National Council. Orchestra conducted by U. Blazevlch. CZECHOSLOVAKS. (Opposite Jugo-SIav Action.) Actions "SiS3. CilO. and 7. Drill of Slovak "Sokols" with hatchets. National songs of Bohemia and Slovakia. Czech national dance, "Skocna." YICIPW L "FOURTH" U. S. MEN ABROAD ATLANTA, Ca, July 3. American troops in France and England are as sured a good old-fashioned American Fourth tomorrow br tie T. 1L C A, tceording to cablegrams from Parts and London received here today by Dr. John R. Mott. general secretary of .ne international if. At. c A. , Athletics, dramatics, and musical entertainments and oratory will com pose the Y. M C. A. program which .till touch the entire army, Including those In the front line trenches. In fast, the entertainment includes iverythlng from Jazz band to grand penu To Give. Orations. Patriotic speakers win deliver ora tions in -fifteen camps of the Amer .can 'expeditionary forces In France, patriotic pamphlets containing ex tracts of President Wilson's speeches I1I also be given every soldier. It Is estimated that over 200,000 American soldiers will compete In port events throughout France un ler the auspices ofg tho Y. M. C A. Vtnietlc meets will be held within ange of the German big guns in sev- iral "sectors. The French people for the first time In history will get a real first-hand Idea of how America celebrates her Independence Day. Baseball la London. In London there will be a Fourth of July baseball game and celebration for the American soldiers. King George will pitch the first ball in the Army and' Navy baseball game. "Y" men will conduct the visiting Americans on sightseeing tours. There will be a patriotic program for every American station in Eng land, Dr. Mott waa assured. "SUBSSDNKAHACKING TROOPS FROM MEADE EASTON. Pa, July 3. In a letter received by Charles Qulri from his son, Sergt. Robert Qulri, of the 310th Infantry, which left Camp Meade In May and is now in England, the sergeant says that the convoy was attacked In British water by eleven submarines. ' Three of the submarines were rank by gunfire, and It was believed others were destroyed by depth bombs from British destroyers. No allied shipping was lost during the fight. The Ameri cans were lined up and the British naval men were high in their praise of the coolness and bravery of the Americans. Slovak national dance, "Komarno." Slavonic dance. Parade formation: National hero. Jan Zizka, the blind Hussite leader. accompanied by four mounted ana twelve footed Hussite warriors; mounted Moravian peasants, in na tional costumes. Slovak Band from Lansford, Pa. Men and women In national cos tumes of Bohemia, Moravia, and Slo vakia. The "Sokols" Szechc-Slovak gym nastic society. SPECIAL GROUPS STATIONED AROUND ELLIPSE. RCSStAAS. National Songs and Dances. Actions, tOO, i30, and 7rO0. ARMENIANS. Songs and Dances In National Costume. Armenian Society of Boston. Actions, iOO. fli30, and 7iOO. LITHUANIANS. Lithuanian National Council. Songs and Dances in National Costumes. Actions, CiOO, O0, and 7iOO. ROUMANIANS. Songs and Dances in National Costumes. Actions, 0(00, i30, and 7O0. UKRAINIANS. National Songs and Dances by Ukrainian Federation. Actions, 0:00, 30, and 7iOO, PROCESSION. At the close of the foregoing Ac tions, the nations will form In line of march at 7:30 o'clock, the line to proceed via Twelfth street to Penn sylvania avenue to the east front of the Capitol. The nations will march n the order of their declaration of nd entrance into the war. At the lead of each contingent will be the landard-bearer and the national hero 'eatured. Madame Botchkarova. lead er of tho Battalion of Death, will narch In the position to which Rus da is entitled. DEMOCRACY TRIUMPHANT. (9.00 O'clock.) (Final Action At Iiast Front of CopltoL) Participated in by Government of ficials and men and women promi nent In professional and civil life. Music by Marine Band and Meyer Davis Orchestra. Written by Marie Moore Forrest and Mrs. William P. Borland. Humanity. Florence L. Newbold. Justice, Maud Howell Smith. Columbia, Anna Brett Summy. Democracy. Flora Maglll Keefer "Humanity" and her Happy Chil dren dance upon the scene. They meet a sorrowful group, symbolic of suffering Europe, fleeing from the raages of barbarian militarism. "Humanity" contrasts the unhappy children of the war-stricken group of natlona with her own joyous ones. The chorus sings "O God, Our Help In Ages Past" and "Humanity" sum mons to her aid "Justice," who In turn calls upon "Columbia," the United States. She responds by of fering to the struggling peoples all her resources money, food, arma ment, lovlnir service, her own sons. Then come the heralds of the allied nations, announcing with JoyoUs t....... trumpeting the coming of the hope of the world "Democracy Tri umphant" She appears, bather In the white light of her high purpose, bringing to the little peoples as well as to the great nation the fulfillment of Lincoln's words, "government of the people, for the people arid by the people" Then, giving to God the glory, the chorus and the people Join In singing The Hallelujah Chorus" from Ilandel's "Messiah." Mriq Moora Forrest, pageant- niwter, EA R K. C. Bs TOWN GOSSIP IT WA8 oa tio train. AND HOT." AND IN our car. ALL OP Uta.paascncers. WERE 8ITTIN6 around. TRYING TO Sot. ' AND FEELfNd wotm. IFTHEYdMdoza AND NOT bit bettor. IF THEY uldrrt. AND THERE wasat on of them LOOKED TO BO AS THOUGH he wanted to ta& AND I Sid. AND I couldn't. EXCEPT TO tho pertar. AND HE iraJdoafss. ' AND THERE "waa a babjr. NINE MONTHS old, AND IT ttarted-to cry. AND THEmother hashed it. BUTCOULDNT stop 1L o o AND I borrowed 1L o o . AND WENT for a walk. UP ANDdown th aisle. o AND IT stopped ujtug. AND DISCOVERED mj eyes. AND MADE an, effort i TO PUT one ot thesa eeL . AND NEARLY sxeeeedee. AND LAUGHED. AND WHEN ltUuihoa. THE MANVlth whJatara, HE SAW U. AND HIS whiskers mere. o o AND I knnr-he was sinning. AND AUtUe flrL WHO LIVES tn Brooktra. SHE SMILED! o AND I stopped and talked. AND WE "rot" acquaint. AND BY that a. o THE TWOpaiseBtn. CELEBRATED BY Washington has planned many cel ebration tomorrow in honor of In dependence Day. Community meet ings will be held and every agency of patriotism invoiced to arouse the cit izens to the new meaning of .the Fourth of July. Alexander M. Doekery, Third Assist ant Postmaster General, win spealc at exercises In Brooldand under the au spices of the Brookland Citizens' Asso ciation. John Temple Graves and Cor poral Spicer, a Pershing veteran, also will speak. A Red Cross auction win "be held. Congress Heights citizens have ar ranged an Interesting Independence Day program. Marvin S. Peach, at torney general of Maryland, and Charles W. Darr, of Washington, will spealc Oa MoamaeBt Grounds. Exercises under the auspices of the Sons of the Bevolutlon and Sons of the American Revolution will be held at 10 o'clock: tomorrow morning at the foot of the Washington Monu ment. The Marine Band will play and Brig. Gen. George Richards, of the Marine Corps, district president of the Sons of the American Revolution, will make an adders. "CoL Freder ick C Bryan will read the Declara tion of Independence. John H. Moore Is chairman. Edwin F. Sweet, Assistant Secre tary of Commerce; Clarence Ousley, Assistant Secretary of Agriculture. and John W. Abercromble, counseler of the Department of Labor, will be the speakers at a celebration by the citizens of Hyattsville. Dr. Clarence J. Owens Is chairman of the committee on arrangements. Major Raymond W. Pullman, super intendent of police, today requested that all members of the Home De fense League In Washington assist the police In the handling of crowds at the different points where cele brations are held. Members of the league will wear brassards on the left arm and carry Home Defense League canes. At Walter Item Hoapltal. At the Red Cross House, Walter Reed Hospital, Senator Oscar Under wood of Alabama will make an ad dress to convalescent soldiers. CoL William Cary Sanger, associate man ager of the Potomac division of the American Red Cross, will preside. Washington department stores and specialty shops will be closed all day tomorrow, it was announced today by Charles J. Columbus, secretary of the Merchants' and Manufacturers' Asso- relation. Beginning next Saturday, he, Iiaalrt 11 i1,n,,tm,Rf Btnr will , lu employes a Saturday holiday during July and August. Shoe stores that have announced all-day closing Saturday are the Fam ily Shoe Store. William Hahn & Co B. Rich's Sons, Snyder & Little. Ar thur Burt Company. Cdmonston i. Co. rotator ar a natltr American crop, don't let the Germans brat ua at oar ovtn game. Thry are eating potatoes mat conserving wheat. FOURTH WILL BE NUMEROUS GROUPS ' IN THE next section. WER1T SITTING np. ' o o AND f stopped there. AND THE "dark lady. LIVED INCMcaQ. AND THE sua. WAS A newspaper man. AND I found It an out. IN FIVE mbtntes. AND ANYWAY. INSIDE- OF an hoar. 1 KNEW all or the passenxera, IN THE car. AND AN honr later. THE WHOLE bunch. WAS TALKING to each other. AND AT dinner time. WE SENT the mother tn ft h o o o dinner. AND THE-newspaper mas. , AND" THE Chlcaco xlrL ' AND THE Brootora flit a a e AND L TOOK CARE ot the baby. TILL MOTHER came hack. AND THEN the four ot as. WENT IN to dinner. AND DURINQ the nlxbt. THE BABY cried. AND WOKE everybody w. AND NOBODY trot mad. OR ANYTHING. r THANK yos. U.S.WILLADVANCE MONEY TO START The United States Government Is t finance boardlng-houae keepers la Washington In opening new estab lishments, under a new program for solving the housing problem In the Capital. A survey is to be made of all buildings In the District that are unoccupied, and aid wil be extended through the housing appropriation of 10.000.000 in putting dilapidated structures In habitable shape wher ever It Is possible. Execution of this program and all other questions of housing and allot ment of rooms In the District is is the hands of the housing section of the District Council of Defense, with Edwin S. Hege In charge. Old buildings will ba made over wherever possible to relieve the Gov ernment of heavy expenditure for new temporary structures. Boarding house keepers who can prove expert. eoce or their efficiency to the satis faction of Mr. Hege and his assistants will be advanced Government funds to purchase equipment. In the shape of furniture or other necessities to equip a house. They will have t contract .However, to charge only rea sonable prices to those they serve. work on three big temporary hous ing structures on the Union Station plaza is to be started In about two weeks, and with the new houses opened by private effort with Govern ment aid. further temporary struc tures may not be necessary. The Union Station structures will each house about a thousand women. Men can more readily be accommodated la private homes. Expenditure of the housing appro priation is 'in the hands of the De partment of Labor, but it will be ad ministered on the recommendations of Mr. Hege, in whom all bousing ef forts In the District have been cen tered. All applications should be made to his office. Genaany la ateatiag the TJnltrJ States In potatoes, which accounts ia n measure for thilr ability to keep at tarlr business of war. Lemon Juice For Freckles Qlrlst Make beauty lotion at home for a few cents. Try Itl Squeezo the Juice of two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces of orchard white, shake well, and you have a quarter pint ot the bet frecklo and tan lotion and complexion beautiOer at very. trery small cost. Ycur crocer has the lemons, and any drug store or toilet counter rill supply three ounces of orchard vhlte for a few cents. Massage tils sweeny rrasrram lotion into he face. neck. arms, and hand' ach day an.) see how rreckles and iL'tnlMirs disappear and how clear oft and white the skin becomes. Ves! It Is harmless. B0ARDIN6 HOUSES 1 i i 4. j 11 -I