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Most Women Cag Have-,
Says Dr. Edwsrf aiWeS-Enowa
.'fcores ot women for liver and bowel pil
xnenta. During tfce$eyfe2r8 he cave to
his patients a prescription made of a
few well-known vegetable, ingredients
Tnip with olive oil. naming them
Dr. Edward:? Olive Tablets. Yoawfll
know them by.lheir olive.coloc
These tablets are wondeiSworkeraoa
the live? sd bowels, which cause a
.normal action, carrying .oft the waste
and poisonous matter in toe's system.
dull eyes, phnples; coated tongue, head
aches, a listless, no-gbod feeling; all out
of sorts, inactive bowels, you take one of
Dr. Edwards Olivei Tablets nightly f or
a time and note the pleasing results.
Thousands of women aswell as men
take Dr. Edward's Olive Tablets the
euccessful substitute for calpmejnqw
aod then just tekieepfothepink of coodj
Con. I0cand25cperbco AUdrugst3i
SAYS RUSSIA WILL
Louis F. .Post. Assistant Sepretaxy
of Lbor, believes , that a "W Na
poleon" win ffae from the chaps In
Russia and 'restore order. In an ad
dress yesterday afternoon before the
Jewish Wfelfiare Society he recalled
the French revolution and discuss
ed at some . length t?8 Bolshevik
movement" In Russia.
, "The beat -Bray .to understand, the
Russian situation 'today is to read
the French; resolution," he said. "The
reactions today, in Russia follow al
most along: identical lines of" those
in the eighteenth century In France."
Mr. Post said he objected to the au
tocracy of the many in Russia just
as he objects to 'the plutocracy of
the few in other countries.
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NEW YORK. March 31. The war
work of men in the uniform of the
red triangle who followed the flag:
wherever it went, proved their heroism
and devotion on the. battle front, and
I were always present to- serve and
comfort the. American fighting- men,
says Josephus Daniels. Secretary of
the Navy, will remain an enduring
(monument to the T. M. C lAJ "ft Is
I unthinkable," he declares, in a letter
, to the "T" war work council, "that
criticism of minor defects here and
there should be allowed to cloud for
a moment the splendid record made
. by this great association.".
' His letter, made public, by the Y.
M. C A follows:
; "Only .those who were brought 'In
I intimate' contact with it, and could
survey the whole field, are able, to
appreciate fully 'the 'sreat extent iand
value of the Y. MC. A'S work f.or our
soldiers and sailors. In camps ".and
training stations, at home and. abroad.
,at the fighting front,, on transports
I and at naval bases, it cheered and
i aided our fighting forces. Its halls
Iand huts -were not only social centers,
furnishing wholesome recreation and
amusement, but were placealfpr men
tal Improvement and moral refresh
ment. They" we're' bits of . America
set on foreign sow; -reminding tM
boys of the homes from which- tHey
To hejjtn navtnsr on a raalt acale,
Jry T6rrt Stamp. T develop' the
thrift habit, bay War Savings Stamp.
T save en n atHl jrreater scale, b7
Vletnry liberty Bonda, .
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For 5 Days Only
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The Latest, in Spring
Absolute Values of
$40 to $50 Suits
HERE FIFTY YEARS
Swartzell, Kheem, and Hensey-Cem-pany,
who are. this year .celebratjng
their fiftieth anniversary, are sending
out attractive booklets commemorat
ing,the event.; The booklet Is one of. the
finest examples ever .seen In the city.
It is "profusely illustrated and. traces
the growth of the firm through- fifty
years of endeavor in the National Cap-
Swartzell, Rheem. and Hensey Com
pany was originally founded in 1869
by the late B. F. Warner. The first
office of the company was in a small
room on Seventh street. Later the
business was successively moved ' to
the Federal Building -at Seventh- and
F streets, to 016 F street, and- finally
to its present "handsome' 'qtjarfera at
727 Fifteenth street. -
The firm assufned its present name
at tho time of the retirement from
the business of Mr. Warner in ?1002.
At this time the firm moved .to its
present offices.- ...
Through' the gradual growth of
years, the company has come, to spe
cialize Jn the handling of first mort
gage notes,, and' 'in financing some of
Washington -largest -building,- txao&
actions of the (fast years,' has built
up a large clientele which extends
throughout . the wij-ld. . Jn this, con
nection, the hook emphasizes the fact
that through half a century,- no qlicn h
has suffered loss In principal or in
terest on any notes purchased through f
The present personnel consists of
George W. F. Swarfzell, pre'sidept;
Alexander T. Hensey. -first -vice presi
dent; L. A. Swartzell.t second vfee
president; Edmund' D. Rheem, treas
urer; John N. , Swartzell, secretary;
and J. J. Darlington, counsel,
SOCIALIST AT TABLE
.FIZASHPS S1.SOO ROL.L; PRESTO'.
BOSTON. March 31.Chris Chris
tlansn flashed a $1,200 roll in a
washroom here. Two men saw It, and
after fen tninues' cleaning they left- -with
Sirlft and Compaayfs salaa of Tnsa
Beof la Waahlncton, D. CL. for the wocK
ending- Saturday. March 39, 1919. averaged
30.81 cents per pound. Adrt.
--LONDON.-March 31. The' queer ac
tions of the ex-Kaiser,. .w,hojcJaJnis at
times to be a Socialist, are reported
in'a dispatch fxonvThe, Hague to tjie
Daily Mail, today. , . - ,
Tho former-. Emperor suddenly
Jumps u"p from th,e dinner table de-.l
are' days of Socialism.' arid that, he is
only one ordinary man now and npu?t
help. Thereupon he will throw his
napkin over his shoulder and insiBt
upon iicipiiii, iu nun. ,
At other times, dressed in a gen- (
eral's uniform, he struts into the din
ing room, after pompously demanding
that the bullet announce him with a'l
his - titles. After he gets past th .
soup and fish courses he has grown ;
democratic, and 'by" the tihie desser' !
!s.serVed"be:is a full-fledged Socialisi
The ex-Kalser talks incessantly
from morning to night to eVeryon
who will listen on any topic whatso
ever. rjThe ormer.Emppess spends most of
Ker"' time in prater.
We Direct This Offer
Partinilflrlv to thp Mph
Coming Out of the Service
Why buy trOrphan clothes" when, .you can purchase Kup
penheiixier's the clothes with a pedigree at this unusual Spring
Inducement Offers . ''
, 1013 Pe.nn., Ave; N. W.
:jFhe OnlyStore in Washington felling
... : . . .. Kuppenheimer Clothe
a ' "ffffl
. , Foodstuffs Instead of dynamite con
stitute a headllner on America's ex
ports these days.
i Whereas In 19J7 exports of explo
sives to Europe f"rom ' the United
states totaled about $16,000,000.4 day.
th,ey now total only about ?1 .200,000 a
month, while "foodstuffs partly or
wholly manufactured" aggregate
nearly $4,000,000 a day.
Counting these "foods as manufac
tured articles, America's manufac
tured exports today amount to ap
proximately $13,800,000 dally. From
windmills and chewing gum to iron
and steel rails, these .American-made
goods are, now pouring Into all parts
of the world.
Crude materials for manufacturing
In other countries. constitute only 22
por cent of America's export trade.
Raw foods and food 'animals total only
8 per cent, despite the enormous gen
eral food shipments to Europe.
ACBLY JOINTS, SORENESS, EAIN
.. Doa't suffer! Hurry, take
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin."
Just see that the. "Bayer
Cross" is on, each tablet.
Adults can take one or two
genuine "Bayer Tablets of As
pirin" ith water. . Repeat
dose three, times a.day,..aftcr
meals, if necessary.-
Tree world-famous tablets, .
. Buy original Bayer packages. ' .
Owned by- Americans Eotijely!
20-cent package Larger sizes. ,
SPANISH TEACHERS MEET
AT G. W. U. ON APRIL 4
ThsTBayer Cross on Genuine Tablets
Aspirin i the trade mark of Bayer Manufac
ture of Monoaceucacidestcr of -SalicyHcacjd
The first meeting of the recently
Oriranlpfl Wnsliinflnn Plinnfor of
thr American Association of Teachers
of Spanish wll be hMd In the assem
bly hall of Georire Washington Uni
versity April 4 at 8:30 p. m. ,
ine national association has nearly
1,000 members. The' temporary secre
tary of the local rhapter is Miss Ruth
Wlllson. 1301 Fairmont street north
west. Dr. Ouillermn A KViorr.ll nf the
International High Commission, will
.-uhk. at rriaays meeting on "A sur
vey of the Development of Spanish
and Snanish-Ameriran TJfei-rftiire. "
Senor Cayetano Serrano will alfo
Bi.oaK. i-ror. Henry Urattan Doyle,
of George Washington University,
temporary president of the local chan
ter, will preside.
ARRIVE AT NEW YORK
NEW TORK. March 31. The fol
lowing transports arrived here to
day: Maul. Slboney and Alasgan. The
Culgoa is scheduled to a'rrfve thla afternoon.
SIJVJV FKIJVER3 FIOitTi-PQl,ICE.
CORK, Ireland. March 31. Squads
of policemen and a mob of Sinn
Felners rought a violent street battle
here yesterday morning, both sides
using revolvers. . One policeman was
dangerously, .wounded. The Sinn
CREAM FOR CATARRH
OPENS UP NOSTRILS
Telia How To Get QoiokSelief
from Head-Colds. It's Splendid !
In one minute your clocped' tios
trils will op.en. the air oassneen of
your head will clear, and you can
breathe freely. No more hawkinu
snuffllnc. blowlnr. headache, dry
ness. No struc-R-lInR- for breath at
nierht; your cold or catarrh will be
Get a email bottle of KIv's, Cr?am
Balm from v6ur druirtrlst now.
Annly a little of this fragrant, anti
septic, healing cream in your nos
trils. It penetrates through cycry
air passace of the hoad. soothes the
nflamed or sWolleTi mucous mm
branc. and relief comes instantly.
It's lust fine. Don't stay stuffed
up w.lth cold or nnstv. catarrh;
Hnllef comes so quickly.
Did It! .
"I had pain in the pit of my stomach.-
no appetite, sour stomach and
vory' HiUch' gas. Doctors could not
help me. The FIRST dose of- Adjer-I
ka helped me." (Signed) Henry Welp,
Lake .View, Iowa.
Adlpr-i-ka expels AL gas and sour
nesa. stopping stomach distress IN
STOUTLY. Empties BOTH upper
and lower bowel, flushlnar ENTIRE
alimentarv canal. Removes ALL fou.
matter which poisons. system. .Often
CURES constipation. Prevents ap
pendlqitls. We .have -gold Adler-l-k
many.eaxs. .It is a mlxture-of buck
thorn, cascaro, glycerine and nine
other simple drugs. People's -Drug
& Company's Profit of 2'J
cents on each dollar of sales
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To Stock Raiser
The diagram at the top shows the distribution of the average Swift
dollar received from sales of beef, pork and mutton, and their bv-pro-ductsi
during 1913. The magnifying glass brings out the distribution
of the 2.04 cents profit per dollar of sales:
.94 of one per cent goes to pay interest on borrowed
money, taxes, etc.
.50 of one per cent goes to pay dividends to shareholders.
.60 of one per cent remains in the business to help in
improving and financing the business.
Total 2.04 percent
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
Washington Local Branch, 10-14 Center Market
p. T. Dutrow, Manager