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vSl , .. -- .1 -A 1 5 .? -. ? i IS"., 4'rv i-. THE WASHINGTON TIMES: TUESDAY? OCTOBER U-191& au keeXelmX MJAi. ,tiAtoA -".&-;. W - v "-?- . lt Jw4a.1MtAMUMtMMyt fc-iUL V. . -..,- - - . .iUMi JOAtoi.flJ'J --.'&;, m T,;r "- . rsilitmwftnlfMlMWIEWWM ' -jVw mmw,mm ml . j?-. t - ' v :--fdt! So&aa-T&j sSct '- Is the human inecliSiiSil to the dnving pace Mere" than 3,000,000 men arm i Man 15,000,000 an doing war, marfc. rK or Aort 18,000,000 men iwm tooald keep industry at ft was in pmaem' time, Thar U bat one thing tot as to do. Each one of at must reehce mM wattage of m and man power 'i ; 5 0 k f . . v.. ,.... - ... . . . ecmat i America is pouring out her energy to accomplish great tasks. Is ouzjdeiejmina&mLto workat superhuman &eed lacked by a real energy-saving program ? You- mikht w"aifc(f or lioursVon'thc soft --Xcsffcefr-abovc sifl, -SAve zybur - nervbvm . - a S men take on new burdens, and as women step into the places of those who have gone to the " front, the problem of combating fatigue is being carefully studied by scientists, to make sure that human strength, shall be. equal to the demands upon it The command has gone out to work "orfIght Fatigue must not retard this gigantic task which America has under taken. "Fatigue is like the clogging of the wheels in some mechanism by dirt," says the British Health of Munition Workers Committee. Fatigue causes mistakes '. . When you suffer from fatigue you fail to do your work -well and although you may extend your efforts to the utmost you are not giving all that lies in your power to forward our colossal tasks. You make mistakes which set back the work to be done and which cost money and effort to correct. You prevent your self from rising to a better position you rob America of an important part of your ability. . "Muscle fatigue produces a change in chemical conditions and produces so called fatigue poisons," says the Life Extension Institute. Yet it is the little m I Mm ,, JiaKra immsLte s i-"mW. M TaX3t JfrP c 4 ( "f wWBBH 111 I), IK Mm liffflli'rH Ilk twUv ML Flat-foot hat incnafd alarmingly tinea hard L -, pavements, were fittt.in- trodaeed. Which foot it yoartj The one at. the left it perfect, the, one at the right it flat turf, or stride !along a cQuntxy road " 'without being fatigue'd. ' Yet pounding over hard; pavements, walking through office or factory building,, moving" about the house on- liard .floors cxhaust'-you. The incessant jars and shocks '"" as "'f your heels strike hard surfaces are communicated td your delicate nervous : system and make you a'victim of Qver- fatigue before fthe daysvwork is' dope.- , r 'er S i fft w unseen but con tinual losses of energy vhich produce over-fatigue. The great British au thority, H. J. Spooner, says "It is commonly known that fatigue may be due to anything that affects the nervous sys tem." Later he says, "The his tory of fatirjuc abounds in cases in vhich come trifling matter has been found to be the cause of fatigue." Nerve shocks from pavements The average person takes about 8000 steps every day. With every step a jolt vis communicated to the body. You may not feel each one, but by the end of the day the results are evident It is your duty to avoid faigue irt every way, to ac complish your tasks with speed and accuracy. Change hard pave ments to cushioned paths The shock and jar 1 of every step you take on hard pavements and hardwood floors wastes.your strength and leaves you over fatigued. You must save your nervous system from this needless shock and continuous drain. O'Suili van's Heels make streets and hardwood floors like cushioned walks. Save your heels, save your shoes save leather which is daily becoming more 'system. - ' '" v O'SullivanVare guaranteed to outlast , any other heels. They will wear three1" times as lorlg",j5ather'heels,i.ahd-w:ill give uniformly- satisfactory service to- the end. iTAMfc-aM--'.- T. ... v " Because o.f our special process, -O'Sulliyan's. Heels combine the greatest -durability -with the. greatest 'resiliency. Good dealtfrssftlfithe lateststyK shoes with b'SuilivafTs Heels attached. Have O'SuIlivarfs. put on ill your shoes today. Inblack.whiteortan; for men, women, and children. Insist on Q'Sullivan's avoid the disappointment of substitutes. ' . ah i" : " O'Sallioan'a Heel protect yoa against the jars of hard pace merits they conserve your energy fl I o!J if S'l r a 110 J.-J n la ! It .T I T tin bti i. iu! ! 31 e tov nl ti 6a it n -IH. o3 f .-02 TO 1 4 ? OCS.-X. CRISIS i a-'