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THE WASHINGTQN TIMES, SUNDAY, MAR43H 30; '1919. -f-
CO. FOR $2,40010
BALTIMORE, ML, March 30. The
Consolidated By-Products Coal Com
pany, -with a capital stock u
Sa.400,000, has filed its articles of in
corporation with the State tax com
mission. Tljp company asks for permission
to rajne and manufacture coke and
ell and ship the products, deal in
on, make roads and highways, rail
roads and tramways and buy and se.l
Its incorporators are Charles S.
Krebs and Calvin W. Morton, both of
Charleston, W. Vs., and its principal
offices are to be oleated in this city.
Harold TschudJ is its resident agent.
CATAWBA INDIAN, 115, DIES.
CHESTER, S..C., March 30. Mrs.
Rboda. Harris, a full-blooded Cataw
ba Indian, aped 11B, who was prob
ably the oldest person in South Caro
lina, is dead at her home at the
Catawba reservation. She lived
through five wars and four genera
tions survive her.
XTRA POL CE FOR
The Days of Real Sport
by the Tribune
CHICAGO. March 30. Chief . of
Police Garrity lias detailed 100 extra
;polIcemen for duty in the business
district to Insure order in the clos-'
ihg days of the exciting Chicago
mayoralty race which reaches a cli
max at Tuesday's election.
Dozens of workers for each of the
three main candidates engaged in
street co-ner speeches, band wagon
rallies, i nd theater meetings yester- ;
btstting prices favored Robert M. .
Sweitzer. Democrat, at 4 to 5. Even .
money was offered on Mayor William j
.riaie xnompson, Republican, while
bets on Maclay Hoyne, Independent,
were-offered, at 4 to 1. Each of the
candidates claimed election by pluralU
ties of from 75,000-to 12p,000.
COW HAS QUADRUPLETS.
COHASSET. Mass., March 30.
Susie, a cow owned by Richard Wash- (
burn Child, ushered four calves into j
the world a few ,days ago, and they j
all died. The hides were kept as t
WHY PAY MORE?
In order to introduce the famous SHAH OPTICAL
SERVICE to many who are not as yet acquainted with
the wonderful savings effected by dealing with us, we .
are offering for this week only the famous
Shur on Sh el itex Frames
H. C; HAILSTORM SMASHES
AUTOMOBILE WINDSHIELDS 10 FEETQN HEAD$ UNHURT
sell for $4.00
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WILL fflST BLUE
TARBORO, K C, March 30. -ec-Jions
of this county were -visited
fey a hailstorm yesterday.
The storm caused great damage to
automobile windshields,, several be
Meaey sared is irfcat'cqiajitg. Mosey
laTested lh 'Wrti Sarlass Staaajs
groifi day aad Bight.
NEGRESSES IN FIGHT FAU
TARBORO, N. CS" March' 30. Tw
colored women decided to'- settle
dispute "by. use -of tSelr flss. Befk
became soMatere8ter in theVencouate;
that thejr failed to;!see a'tafoot au
bankment, aifd .plunged, down heasl
!- Neither way Injured, bolh'ialllBjr'
JUST AN EXAMPLE
tins; lot of
xTms price includes a thorough examination of your
eyes by oar eyesight specialist, and expert advice on
the kind of glasses needed.
Our store has been entirely remodeled and our two
eyexamznation rooms are completely fitted with mod
em appliances for the convenience and comfort of our
. J&jrcKX' ey es gorjypu the slightest trouble, or if you
feel that-' your old glasses are not quite correct, you
should avail yourself of this special offer NOW.
Shah Optical Co.
525 7th St. N. W.
Opposite Land Office An Exclusive Optical Store
Arrangements have been completed
whereby graduate enrolled Red Cross
nurses will be furnished to the Public
Health Service,' Just as they are to
the army or navy.
This new plan, which- firings . the"
American Red Cross and the 'United
States Public Health Service, side by
side, is an incident in the develop
ment of the latter organlzationuridcr
a recent act of Congress which is de
signed in part to meet the growing
hospital needs of the enlarged mer
chant marine. Under this law the
health service wili obtain additional
hospital and sanitarium facilities.
As it is-expectea the mifnber, of
patients to be cared for in hospitals
of the health service will be increased
from about 50,000 yearly to fully
VOOO. Surgeon General Rupert Blue
turned to the Red Cross as a source
for a greatly enlarged Public Health,
On recommendation of the Red
3ross. Surgeon General Blue has ap
pointed Miss Lucy Jllnnegerode, or
Fairfax. Va superintendent of the
United States Public Health Service
Nurse Corps. She was chief nurse of
a Red Cross unit which was sent to
Kief. Russia, in 1915. and gave dis
tinguished service In that capacity.
Say, That Raisin Drink ,
Is All a False Alarm;
SAN 'FRANCISCO, &arch"30.
Somebody's always faking the
joy. out of life.
This -time it is the California
Liberator, journal of the drys.v It
declares x that scientific - tests
show that the raisin and near
beer recipe Js a- fales alarm."
So ' seriously w was the recipe
,talcen, eays the Liberatqr, that a
Fresno- brewing concern had
chemical tesis made of the near
beer in -which' raisins had been
dropped. The. tests showed that
the brew would beconje undrlnk
able bef ore Jt developed the Quick.
SUFFRAGISTS '0: K.'
LEAGUE OF NATIONS
Get Back Your Grip On Health
Physician Gives Practical Advice On What to Do to Help Build Up Your Strength, Power
and Endurance Explains
How Organic Iron Nuxated Iron Helps Put Renewed Vim' and Energy Into the
Veins of the Weak, Nervous and Run-down
Thousands of men and women are
impairing: their constitutions laying
themselves open to illness and liter
aHy losing their grip on health sim
ply because their blood is thin
Yon ran tell which people
have firm Grip on Health
SJV ' i Strong Vljcorotn Folk lS?i3 .JPIP
IV; -5 wiin rjnty or iron in ineir u- -"V?! SfXaHCi
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M?H$$b$A tonic strength and blood- Z' ' &&fa&ZL4k.
ning out and possibly starv
ing through, lack of iron.
To possess the power,
energy and endurance
that win the blood
should be rich in
iron, cor tnis
which by en
sands of new
sed blood cells often
quietly transform the
flabby flesh, toneless tis
sues and pallid cheeks of
weak, anaemic men and
women into a glow of
health. It increases the
strength of delicate,
nervous, rundown folks
;n two weeics time in
In explaining why he
tegards iron as absolute-
"In my opinion
the greatest curse
to the health and
strength of Am
erican people of
today is the
ency of iron in
It in through
iron in the red
of the blood that llfe
sustalnlnj? oxygen en
ters the body. With
out iron there is no
strength, vitality and
endurance to combat
obstacles or with
stand severe strains.
Lack of sufficient iron
in the blood has
ruined many a man's
nerves and utterly
robbed him of that
virile force and
stamina which are
so necessary to suc
cess and power in
everv walk of life.
stro n e: 1 y ad
vise those wh
feel the need
of a strength
p n d blood
builder to get
tireKcrin t'l n n
Iro n o r i f
y-o u d o n't
want to go
to this trou
ble then pur-
h as e only
In its origi
and see that this
narticular name (Nux-
alod Iron) appears on the package."
If vou are not strontr or well you
ST. LOUIS, March 30. Mrs. Charles
H. Brooks, of Kansas, is permanent
chairman of the Woman Voters'
League today. She was chosen yes
terday, when the league also decided
on the appointment of : committees
for each State, to look" after suffrage
interests and carry out the work of
the national body. Aims of the
league presented by Mrs. Carrift Chap
man Catt, president of the National
Woman Suffrage Association were
adopted. An extensive advertising
campaign of the Woman' Voters'
League was provided for in. the an
nual budget. A fund of "i 520,000' was
Other committees appointed were:
Industrial. Mrs. . Raymond Robins.
New York, chairman, and child wel
fare, Miss Julia Lathrop, chairman.
Committees were also appointed on
citizenship, elections, social, hygiene,
unification of laws, food supplies and
demand, and research work.
Chicago and Naahvllle are contend
ing for the next annual convention.
Compulsory education, education of
illiterate adults, stricter naturaliza
tion, changes in naturalization laws
to permit women to be naturalized on
their own qualifications; teaching of
English in schools, compulsory pub
lication on citizenship in foreign
language newspapers, schools of citi
zenship in rural and city school dis
tricts in connection with mibllc
schools and educational qualifications
for the ballot were principles of the
league adopted today.
The national association is on rec
ord today as favoring a League of
Nations. Resolutions passed by the
convention also . called on the next
Congress to submit suffrage to the
States, and urged the establishment
of a national department of education
with a secretary a3 & member of the
IIH IwflH ill 'I
IvBl vfll III
, Passports have, been issued to over
nrty members of the San Antonio,
Tex., chamber of commerce to go
Into Mexico It wis learned at
S.tate Department. These
men are" entering 'Mexico for tho-pur'-'
poseof estabiish"ing'trade relations.4
DETROIT. TIMES;ro RAISE . '
ITS PRICE TO THREE CENTS
DETROIT, March 80. The Detroit
Times announces today that begin
ning tomorrow Its price would b;
raised to 3 cents, the only daily in.
Detroit to, sell. at that figure.
' 'Z : !,.
, Owner of War Savlaga Stamjss
tare a. deflnttet stslte'in'the aotfoa
Tfhiea. makes for sraettraL vatrlotle
NeedJe In' Haystack
: AitffillTaar Cow
ATLANTIC, Iowa, March 30.
It 'takes avcow'to find a needle
in a. haystack. -
Joe , Herringa 1 cow was, sick
after dining, on a haystack.
A. veterlanarian sf ound . a .darn-
Irig needle 4n. Bossy's heart. '
' It must be true..
.' . Joe -vouches i for -the story-him--,
TEN 'BUILDINGS BURN:
. AGLEASON, W. VA.
- CUMBERLAND. Md., March SO.
Ten buildings, including six dwellings,
a, store and a ecb.bolhpuse.at Gleason,
W. Va., fffty miles north of here on
the Western Maryland railway, seat
of operations of. the. Gleason' Coal
Comyany o fproatburg, Md., were de-
?25,O0O, coverd by insurance.
1? TBAXKLTX Hodter: wlr
wbMla; cord tXtt; eitfa whetlaad
tlrar ezealUnt eqnipniaqt.
1111-17 BUICKS, fourfnr Cars and
AOBasisra: 4- ana- ivn nxi,
Ursest lecfioa'in ta eJty: folly
1918 YT1XB Raeebegt; ezccptlesallr
rood condition; has been uaed very
391S.17 6Tt7DnAKZX ToorlnrCan
Ud RoadsUra; Urge variety; 4-
and -cyU xnodeU; ezeeUeat coa
dIUon: as low .as .
WIS SAXON STX Cbununy Roadster:
Up-top iipe; has nad very ood
care; a snap.
ins-17 CHAITOCEK Tenrjn Cars
sod Chummy Roadsters; alao ItlC
TpBTiBf; Cara; Up-top. coadlUoo;,, as
low as IJ09.
1918 PAIGE. Rcadaterr' : 4-pass.; tip
top saabs: axcepUooaUy. wlt
WPped; ahows no wear; a bar-
118-17 MAXWIXt. Tanrtar Cintid
Rokdatera; 4-cyL laodela; aman
urea; very economical; also lilt
S1Uuk excellent condition : hand-
omeiooax; zrom 10.0 to-1(7.
of te x47
can that oar
preseeit li s t
eoBtaiss. If ja
re plasma 'to
bwy a ear wkr not salaeft mm fp
uhjNOW.nii taica. aelTaataM. f
eur Urf e collecfiea aad low pHcea
1Q0O Ctrra to StUct Fram. Tim.. 0,- a j.
both oarseqtal ta new.
18M.17-18 XHlVGXr Toariar Can
Readatars: alto 191 Sedan; aU
cra equal to aew' ejtceUent me
chanical eoadlttoB; loir'ipeic
1917 BipDEBjlJpM, sporjste,; A-l
condition; wire wheels; 2 extrat;
1917 MBBXAT S Towina;: divided
front seats; A-l ceadlUea; -wfra
wheela: lots of. efxtraa,-
1817 COLZT Chsmisr. Roaditcr; -
aaa.; A-l ahape;' bod cbsaltlaa;
191T MAYKES SIX TotjrlS; ateo
low prices. -
1918-17 HUDSON Tsariaa; Cars sad
Sport models: lsrse saleetloa; at
IntereaUnr prices. " -
8-c3rL, aodels; Urre, variety; 4-. -
1918 ASttalCAN SXXToorias;: ax-
. celleat ahmpe; used -oaly'4aiontas:
wiir aacrlflc. '',
MM OLDSMOMiaB 7-paas.. Taariw:
"II?-3 8x ortat Ha saw;
M1S-17.M jfoKSfl, Roadsters Taar-
" v fnr snees.
CORSON'S AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE
f&NOR BROAP-CT- PJfflrAPnJHU, PA.
u.. "-im. o&ciav JUS JTSUKS. SAW1ACT BBIXJ5TW.
TEETH AGHE? DON'T LETTHEM
"ID WVPTH d Staff of Expert Carefnl Destists
U1V "IC1U can stop the pa immeMty.
What's the use of going around 'with aching
teeth? They make you unfit for everything.
Either you're grouchy or sick. Both can be,
Jirevented by a visit to Dr. Wyeth, who is
acknowledged one of the best dentists in Wash
ington. Only painless methods used. All work
has my , guarantee for twenty 'years.
Why not try a dentist who knows his busi
ness, one whQ- can refer you to thousands of
"Wasningtonians for reference?
This Has Been My Reord for the Past 24 Years
Terms of Payment to Suit, Examination Free
- My Perfect
Will Net SU9
-Otaer Sia et
Teeta. 83.00 upJL
to $1 op-
In gold; silver,
Gold , Groyms
Open Erery ETeatoc Until 8 0CloefE asd em Saadays-lO. AX. te 4 Par.
Ladles and maids In attendance. Ail work fully guaranteed for 20 yra.
Kindly keep the name and location of oar office In your salad.
DR. WYETH. Inc. 427-29 7th St. N. W.
,... .. 7 7 - .
Opposite TasBvrsli A Bro. and ortr Graad TJalas- Tea. Co Lxset aad -!
Start Tkanazilr Enclosed Parlors llf WasalastoB.1 Faotfe Main 9133. ,
f I 11 ! imi 1 1 - - ' , hi am.
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....... , FOUBTEBSTH A3fD C STREETS 3TOHTHTVEST , .: X , ' : i
, l! ill
tonic strength and blood
builder, is in itself an evi
dence of tremendous public
confidence and I am con
vinced, that If -others wnnlil ! NT.i-
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jy wseuuu tu ine erewesi oeve.up- ated Iron when they feel weak and nwe it to vourself to make the follow-
3ient of physical and mental power, run-down It would help make a nailon injr test: Soe how loner vou pan work
end discussing- tho probability of of stronger, healthier men and or how far vou can walk without be-
building up a stronger race of people women." comlntr tired. Next take two fivc-prain
by increasing the supply of Iron in Commenting on the use of Nuxated tnblets of ordinarv Nuxated Iron three
their blood. Dr. George H. Baker, for- Iron as a tonic, strength and blood times per day sfter meals for two
merly Physician and Surgeon. Hon- builder. Dr. James Francis Sullivan, weeks. Then test vour strength asraln
mouth Memorial Hospital of New Jer- formerly, physician of Bellevuo Hospi- rnd soe how much you have rained,
cey. says: tal Outdoor Dept.). New Yyrk, and Numbers of nervou. rn-down people
"Iron is absolutely necessary to the Westchester County Hospital, said: wh (, nuinc ali the while have
change food Into llvlne: tissue, muscle 'Thousands are held back in life for most Pstonhinclv Increased their
and brain. Refined foods and modern want of sufficient iron in the blood, strength and endurance simply b'
iethods of cooking have robbed us of A weak body means a weakened will taking iron In the nroner form. And
much of the Iron which Nature Intend- power, and like the race horse beaten this after thev had. in mine coses,
rd we should, receive and for supply- by a nose. many a capable man or been doetorinir for months without
ir-prs" Note: Naxattd Iren
C-.r .. T fTr-nm a nrofnl o-romi. nAr. ...hil. -' r i ".,""". ""." rMOnineni'n now wnni wrrr :rTy
-..:-,4nZJU7,L oTT. -T V-Vk : u- 1 ViX 77 i mLttv" ,B plenl' hut nn which 's wIl known to druccisls
nation of the formula and my own tesfc of iron in the blood. That irritable rywV're nmike the o!tr inerpanlc
of Nuxated Iron. I feel convinced that twitch, that fit of despondency." that Iron nroiur8. it In enliv asimilted. does
It is a. preparation which any physician dizzy, fearful feeling these are the n"t lnire the teeth. maVt thm blank, nor
can laKO niraoeji or prcscnoe lur ni son oi signals nature gives to tired tmset tlie iinnn"i. rnu mnnnraciurera
vnrients with the utmost confidence of listless folks when the blood Is clam- "ratee j"i-rifu! and entirely bH-
obtalninsr highly beneficial and satis- ourlng for strength-giving iron more f-erv reeuits tor every purrhKer or thev
jactory -results. The fact that Nux- iron to restore the health by enrlchin wni. ''r"n1 .vouil mn.nry-J I? "1Dnil
ted Iron Is today being used by over the blood and creating thousands o"t L",i!8nl bs.1rp r?L-lferimaeS' '
InfT'this deficiency and increasing the woman falls Just short of winning be- obtainlnir an
' red blood corpuscles I lenow of noth- cause they don't back up their men- l'"1""""1 "
ing more effective than organic Iron tallty with the physical strength and- ."V.T'
S3 CONGRESSHBX BACK.
.Maw yukk, March 30. JJringingX
LM-cuiy-iive uieniuers or congress and
their wives home from a tour of the
Panama canal, the steamship Panama
is in dock today from Cristobal. Julio
Zamora, Bolivian financial agent to
the United States, accompanied by
Major George Crager, of the UniteJ
States army, also was aboard.
three million people annually as a new red blood cells
all other drusslsta.
W.H. Waldo, D.D.S.
With Dr. Smith
401 7th St. N. W.
Phone Franklin &49
rTOURTEE?fTH AND C STREETS NOIITHWEST
The Finest Display of
The "Electric Shop's" display of portable Electric Lamps offers'
prospective buyers the widest selection" of truly artistic larnps ever
shown in Washington. Inspection will incur no -obligation what- -ever
and will convince you of tnejr excellent workmanship and
exceedingly moderate prices.
I'hreo Llgh'ts Helsl
ioU Inchea-20-fnch Oi
tagnn amber Art Clan.
.Shade bases, in Antique
Bronze, Florentine H
-Svlief and Clrcailan
Two Lijht a Height
M U . I n c he s J8-lneh
Hexagon Shade of amber
Art Glass Panels. bases
of An 1 1 q u a Bronze.
R o.y a 1 Brown and
r52ry metal Florentine
Two filsht s 5Kj
Hdjh.t 24 CSl
inches. 18-1 nch fj
Octoson shade of L-SJ
llsht amber glass. Sfl
Three Iij;hta Height --3H
Inches JSlnch am '
er Art Glass Shade
bases In Boj'al Brown.
Antique Bronze, Etrur
ian Brown and Floren
tine relief tnstal BSS"
Bases in Flor
entine Re lief
and Royal Brown
Two Light s Htsjgnt
?.l inches 16-Inch Hexa
?on. Amber Art Glass
Shade bases in An
tique Bronze, Old Brass
xna Black nn
10 Per Cent Discount
for Cash on Electric Toaster allowed during March to
those presenting discount coupon secured from monthly
electric ngni diu.
mi aVv": a aal Hi
Potomac Electric Power Co.
:14th and C Sis.
Phone M. 7260