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i" s. 16 THE WASHINGTON TIMES. THURSDAY; APRIL 1Q, 191Sv i p O. W. V. DEBATE TOMORROW. Jouett Shouso; Assistant Secretary ef the Treasury, and George Suther land, former Senator from Utah ani former president of the American Bur Association, will be Judges of-the debate between George Washington TjBlversity and Lafayette College, to held tomorrow night at 8:15" yc)ock In the Assembly hall of the' V M. C. A.. 1736 G street northwest. Congressman Samuel E. Wlnslow, of Massachusetts, will preside. The pub lie is invited. The subject will be Government ownership of the railroads. NERVE CONTROL And Hswt Qaln It By H. Xddington Bruce j An expert explanation of the causes and symptoms of all nervous troubles, and simple, direct Instructions ifor their relief. Dozens of such sub jects as BtCB of Iferre Strain; Habits That Hot Kerres: How to Orercomo Wort aad Mrfaacboly; Brain Tap aad Its Remedy; How to BaaUa Im..u Irritability, Timidity, etc: Getnss Bid of Nervous ladl fettlen; How to Gala Nerre Con trol aad Keep Xoar System Well aad Stress. (An Immense amount of practical ad Woe tnat Is both sound and scientific aad In agreement with, latest advances to Nonrotary. Ought to be of Immense help in a general way to sufferers from nervous troubles." Isad or H. Corlat, M. T.. Eminent Neuroloclst. Boston. $1. net; by mall, J1.1I. Bookstores, orl rPUDUsners. PUNK &WAN ALLS COM ANY ' S3Q Fourth Aveaue, New York. 5S cms POINTS Gives Wifei Ad ler-i-ka! iy wife was pronounced Incurable by physicians unless operated (com plicated Towel trouble.) I began glv lnCher Adler-Mca -and she is improv ing; and" I mean' to continue until she ia'cured. (Signed) J. H. Underwood, Marlon, Ala. " Adler-i-Tca expels ALL gas and sourness, stopping stomach distress lTAJJTLT Empties "BOTH upper aa' lower bowel, flushing SNTIRE alimentary canal. Removes ALL foul master which poisons syste'ni. Often CORES constfpatlon. Prevents an piSdicItis. We have sold Adler-I-ka misy years. It Is & mixture of buck thorn, cascara, glycerine . and nine otfcer simple drugs.' People's Drug Stores. The next time ijyou buy calomel lask for lalotaDs The perfected calomel compound JtaMets that are safe and free from, the customary nauseating -nd sickenmg effects Medicinal virtue retain ed and improved by ad juvants and correctives. . In Sealed Packages 20 doses for 35 cents 14 OF MARRIED PEACE BALTIMORE, April 10. A so-called "declaration of reformation" was in troduced yesterday in the trial before Judge Gc-rter in the circuit court of the cross-divorce suits of Mrs. Elsa M. Wygodsky and her husband, Leon "Wygodsky. The "declaration" was produced by Mrs. Wygodsky, who said that it was drawn by her hus band after one of their disagreements. Mrs. Wygodsky undertook to read the paper, which was in her hus band's handwriting. She could not make It all out, so Wygodsky was called upon to decipher it. It was not explained whether Wygodsky's orig inal ideas were embodied in the "fourteen points" of marital conduct, or whether he got it from the maga zine section of some newspaper. Tolerance the Keynote. The "declaration" reads: Principle is a set of rules which guide a person in his actions and which rules he is supposed to fol low no matter what Is the com pulsion or temptation to act oth erwise. If one party is irritable, the other party should be tolerable. Each party should listen to the other party's explanations, 'when ever such is given, or demanded,' without interruption. No party should monopolize the whole conversation. All methods tending to influ ence' each other should be of a -most affectionate nature. Any question asked by either party should' be answered to the best of ability and in the most respectful manner. Any request made -by either party should, be respected. No matter what happens, treat each other respectful and -by no means .call each other names, evehjn thought.. Caase ef Friction. The principal cause of friction in married life is misunderstand ing, n case 'such arises, neither party should take offense until they have Interrogated the other party of the meaning of the words or actions and given the other party a chance to explain. Such exphmatlon. chould be- de manded and taken -In proper spirit, for. whichever purpose she cboages, and should ask without being afraid to do so. There should be no secrets be tween husband and wife. Marriage between us Is some-' thing absolutely sacred, and this sacredness must never be doubted or imperiled, no matter what happens sickness, poverty, or other "misfortunes. No " matter what happens we are bound to each other forever. We must be devoted to .each other :and -look Jfor each other's comfort, .even In little things., We must-Tceep In mind that -the ,raost important object In our lives , JIb to make each other happy. . The wife is entitled to pocket or pin money, which should be given regularly - and willingly, -and she should be entitled also to .remind her husband whenever .such money is due, and also in case she needs more money. YOUNG BUSINESS MEN OF THE TIMES NO. 29 MfcWt'll''.afcii!aaeigSS3 yS bbbbbbbbbbbHR 7vlBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaH '"'"J IbbbHP' - bbBH -iBSSSSM$3 .TfrriirtfyiV .vBTfl? i bBbBbV! -W' V&SJB i k'ssssssssssssPH:! ' iisssslU iKssssssssfli 9Kr isBBBBBsli I rBYBYBYBY&i J&r&ttl BYBYBYBBS i HHf 'ep-l islllHi'- E&bbbbbbbbEl -a 4.' .xJ'lissssssssssssssssflf -i a3 bbbbbbbbBr. Hr.. :l"&Q$m? -! LAST SHOWING TONIGHT OF "MY NEW CURATE" TOMMY MYERS, Whose Times route extends from S street to V street northwest, .' and from North Capitol street to Third street northwest. ."If I had known the fun and money there Is in it I would have owned a Times' route long ago." This is the way Tommy Myers, 72 w otrpt northwest, eleven years old, who has been one of the young business men of The Times ior a ut ile over two months, thinks. "Rofnro T nnnllfd for B. route. I was never very enthusiastic about de livering papers," declares uommy. "But now that I'm in tho game' I nf Tnnrn fun nut nt it that I CVCT imagined I would. It's as much jlay as it Is work to own one 01 iae Times' routes." Tommy is In the sixth grade of the Gage School, and has- been de livering Times' to the ninety-five customers on his route since Febru ary 1. TABLOlTMSAT SEE SPEEDY END OF 1 INDUS A BOARD American commerce may have to permit the old law 'of supply and de mand to solve its price readjustment problems, in the opinion of officials here. Few today would forecast more than a brief career for the Industrial Board of the Department of Com merce .and many believed 'Its collapso was imminent. Phairman George N. Peek of the board and Director General Hines will meet again today in an effort to reach an agreement In their contro versy over steel prices, but aleB were not hopeful. The position of the Railroad Ad ministration generally is known to be fixed firmly, and Its officials could see no indications of compromise. Hines has stated that his last meet ing with Peek was devoid of acri monious debate. Tho discussions were friendly, it is known, but the breach was far from being closed as a result. Hines was expected soon to give out another statement defining his position. Peek, as well as other members of the board, have offered no further claims. Y. M. C. A. MEMBERSHIP DRIVE BEGINS SATURDAY FLORSTS BANQUET The concluding performance of "My ! New Curate," the Irish drama pre sented this year by the Gonzaga Col lege Players, will be given at 8:15 o'clock tonight in the college theater. North Capitol and I streets northwest. The presentation, will be under direc tion of the Rev. J. Charles Davey, S. J., vice president of Gonzaga College. "My New Curate" is a delightful Irish drama, which has proved popu lar with Catholic theatergoers during the Lenten season. It was been pre sented twice weekly, on. Tuesday and Thursday- evenings, by a cast of well known -amateur players who have previously appeared here in the an nual Passion Plays presented by the Gonzaga Flayers. Fifty-word speechlets were tho feature of the "victory banquet" of the Washlngtpn. Floriste'lub ,at ttje Cochran Hotel last night. Members of the. club, their families and friends were, entertained also with a program of" songs and music. A dance followed, this nfogram, The flowers used for decorating the banquet room were sent to the various hospitals. One thousand more fresh cut flowers were voted. to be sent to the Walter Reed Hospital: New officers 'installed were: Z. D. Blackistone, president; George E. An derson, vice president: William F. Gude, treasurer, and E: P. Rodman, secretary. Clarence L. Linz, the retiring secre tary, was presented with a cut glass water set, and confined his remarks o facceptance to less than twenty-five words, according to members. Fred H. Kramer was'toastmaster. George C. Sharer was cnairman oi ine Ban quet committee, and was assisted by Otto Bauer, Fred H. Kramer, Harry B. Lewis. Z. D. Blackistone, E. P. Rod man and George E. Anderson. TO CONFER ON OPEN SUNDATS. ALBANY, N. Y.. April 10. Gov ernor Smith announced that he will hold a public hearing April 16 on the Sunday baseball and Sunday movie bills, both of which are awaiting his signature. These bills, which were passed by the legislature after a long fight, permit each community in the State to determine whether the law shall be applicable to it. ---.?- K Become an Original . Depositor at the Citizens Savings u BANK OF THE PEOPLE Under TX 5. GoviiBr.nt Supervision ft Officers: L. K. BRE1TNINGER, President. W. D. WEST, Vice President. .W. S. PHIIiMPS, Vice President. W. H. TnOUNCER. Vice President and Secretary FERNAXD PETIT, Caahler. PRICE & DTHiANEr, Counsel. r 1321 New York Avenue (T) TVHE invitation is extended to Government clerks and wage earners to affiliate themselves with this new and progres sive bank, which announces its hours of business to meet with their convenience. Daily 8:15 A. Ms to 5:30 P.M. Saturdays to 1:30 P.M. Directors: Jm E. BRErNTNGEK. DANIEL V. CHISHOLH A. P. CLARK. Jr. N. 8. FAUCETT. 8. SIDNEY. FORST. HERMAN IS. GASCa. 8. FKKD BAHN. HOMER L. K1TT. B. L. LAMB. THOS. MOORE. C. C. MURRAY. R. L. NEUHAUSER WSt S. PHILLIPS. JOHN W. PRICE. LEWIS X. THAYER. W. H. TROLINGER. FRANK L. .WAGNER, DRJOHN E. WALSH. WBC D. WEST. The central and convenient location of this bank, together with the high character of personnel of both the officers and directors logically proves this bank to be the best bank for you. 3 Interest, Compounded Semi- 0 Annually, Paid on Savings Accounts The drive of the . Twelfth Street Branch of the Y. M. C- A. for 500 new members will begin Saturday. Dr. J. H. Johnson has been appointed chairman of the campaign committer. The drive will continue until April 17. The division leaders will be D.'O. "W Holmes and R, T. Nelson, and the division secretaries J. C. Jones and A. C. Ford. The team captains will be W. F. Coleman, J. W. Charleston, A. W. Ricks, Douglas Smith. Mrs. R. O. Robinson, Mrs. Kate Thompson, "William Houston. Fred Byrd, B. E. Brown, Edgar Westmoreland, C. IS' Thomas, D. D. Rogers, John R. Parke1 r, Charles Flagg, J. G. Chapman and P. A. Tolson. MRS.M0TT FREED OF CHARGE OF STEALING NEGRO'S LOVE NEW, YORK, April 10. It took a jury just ten minutes to bring in a verdict for the defendant yesterday Ip the suit brought by Julia King, a colored woman, against Mrs. Au gusta L. Mott, wife of a wealthy lawyer, alleging alienations of the affections of the plaintiffs husband, Albert King. King was a chauffeur for theMotts. Mrd. Mott admitted authorship of notes to the negro couched in affec tionate terms, but explained that she always used such expressions in ad dressing her servants. ADVERTISEMENT TINT AWAY GRAY OR FADED HAIR The Safe, Harmless Method By Which Thousands of Women Keep Looking Young. TRIAL PACKAGE SENT FREE. 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