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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY; OCTOBER 2, 1919,
MOB OF 1W5.1EN) " mum V a. a HJMIORX, Ofcfaw Oct. 1. StetJiW ) tor Jum A. Rood, fUhmirt, off the QUTATO JJJOES A. gfcSD f Miwottri, Iocrtic opponent of UmLmm of Kstioas, who wh hiatad wlMtt to at ttaaited to delirer aa at taafc OB the oorenuit ia Ardore, Okla., last nigth. Births, fl&awiaofs, Heaths Nrticcs Jty Be Pken1 Until 1 . ml Main 5260, Branch f. Mffbt wbra 1m atf amHd to make apiiji opapaitltaa to taa League of . ttatlaaa. Tao deateaaJMattsm la aald aVaave beaa aUrt4 jWMaea whose 'Aim saw service dwriaat the war. . arveral iMUlxn f Um local eona- sU r itrnrk h mm. but 8a- 1 ftte-ltood escaped pelafc hit. &ced was aable.,eva to start his psjeofe, The crowd bosaa its town ataaitoa while taa Mayor was ataktnr too iatreductery add raw. LifMi wore j turned eat and the crowd yelttna; ami afcoirtla ockod on two atae. The SoaaAor ettap$od to ojafct te audience, but faJW K Urn this made his aft and returns to saw- w not; asjara Ba be would teat pt to, apeak, her. i DBGTORS HP i is3BBBBBBBBBBBK:r?2BBa' ' 5 ! r aaHaaHHH !' ?? i U wamFKBkmkW 1 I K BSnOBBBBBBB, "oBbIBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB ' SB I I Jbbbbbb PSaaw '! : bbbbbbbV T : i ? aaBBBBBBBBBBBBBaW bbtbbW - BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaVaaaafe' m IbbbbbbbbbbbbbbK: bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbw ''" : aaaaaaHaaHHM bWbJbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb taaBV tf;u .r-t.wMafSES i ll i "' ' i ' L RITES TOMORROW r E, LB 0 FREDERICK H. PRINCE, noted Bostoa btakwr, tad his wife, who ImVe sailed on the liner Oar enia to visit the grave of their son, Capt. Norman Prince, f ousder of the Lafayette EtcadriUe and the first can of that famous flying unit to forfeit his life ia UUI rocefttly &r woao tacifht that whsa a, amttoat Is breathhsg with dtf Bitty, aaaareatly atrpinprttaa;.' wiO ,aa moch Yhror as his poor body will . . - . tt . ..- - -a IIIVWI 1 psraaii. ro nu ts mow w.u.p r,,BU. ---- w dkrAa out. Hi. hiu ib . sms Muib'Hi. iwcrT' i r" rr r 3 j-r1 r . j.w -.rr- .. . i this ia jaat wnt x rwiusets Ql.tjbo ahdomoa. This that ap.ifoqi u piiifui mi ooiss xirwii- oits wclu...7aas.tr taht toOIBoa latoaUr. to look iataaUy, to tlria ctooaly. stc la ovory caao tho toaKHir IffKPOK, Oct. 2.-ryatelaas ara wWmmmmSmw vijyt 7fc a;iid7a broath s aobtractod hto abdo-AaI muscfos. '-' Why? Ta chaat coAUUBj'air and blood ia tycin' aoattUtbM. WJOi tb wiadaao.- cliosod air eaaaot dMsda f roi tho 4ants. K acaaswre bo ssh fart, he ia eadoaVoriak to ato tho smajl space lh his roaaaias aachphaC i ' : I fgyt there wra,a. fow Wkwim who OWVIVU UitB fnuii- i Hm that a cbaractertsUc of owsdaaoaia laJ the "crisfa" The jteiiiro of tills. Is. xaai i-e iwn" w -"" W"J maa hi. t.Ml. Wluifr. tku . "- - y.r7'."iTr ii h. Vt.fe M t WOMHW hW W .. .,.,.,. --- -T-T- clos So 'br tboir btodieaa go :ooiy moaclao. IrkJi, laa. Is tho e tho to moo faal hwa- ttoa. The the brain ad of the Whoa eloae at too iy; la rOaoirod m. ,ssan ancoa- hoada aui-broath' A 4tfvaa t.. a..aW.. ...IU a.-aj- QMaasaa. a,-as aaosaj ayajaassy -dBVjp" oaiy caso. r Tf ""U -. .MAvr;taMJklii .fr.fea arao Tanisacs rr-ss a isco. a?.ss . i . ia.z. -. ... aia. ud l- ' j his muscles. Osy baothiar to ) are Just aavroalr oat of caw! JS?? lavBT saaoa ia iat aa roatrtetodV. fcal ytaa( UU therefor, oawht to bo Jast assweV falv D9m -o tWa oaajtaim. also, tbo iatod of prnn. Why; ;, T?P rtirTlrT af tbs asiaaainais jHttioatTJ r a.H'!tr ?r i1?- ..K1- irvaivra "-". " f Tho latter is trrtosr ltL his hod to do lav easily? 1 ww-, Um miabtt daoa- to tb flM Aad thoao doubttoc yaieiajis laati those qaestioas 4ov aTodP ot .pa search workers la alajal. -While tay wore teaa idrriag. 'thess fla nldaMi m.t Wm bb- 'utoOBl. ThO paeaiaoaia pstttatt' ea '4111 familiar way. bwt la ffcany nutopsy showed that theror wbea -bM lesions of tbo lahfrs; the tot was not aeetea.-. -cue aaimsi died of blood pafbedins; oaajr lack of breath, , .. ; 'J. a wnmmm; - -- ThoreBbre Oe Wnaarloa iar sir. . What. 'toa. wore - the Tbo research workers studied action of healthy bmb. They ol ed that a awm aaakiaa; a strena ert held his braajth; be,JoaW breathtos; at the iqeaaMtt .of greatest activity, la the last tap of a. Tace a rwnaer stops breathtna:. a blaclcsaalth rwinrias; his hasaaser stops- breach - iar They doriaed' aa1 apparatus by thatch H was poosible to record oal a dram pie eaoatns; and closias; of a vindptpe" aad. abe moveateata of tho - J-r chaise bis braia aad aajwclos with Paneral services fer Kdward I Briee. well known Washington busi ness man and founder and president of the Star. Laundry Company, will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow after noon at the funeral parlors ef Martin w, Hysoagr. The Rose Croix cere moaial Will be observed. Services at the .grave will be under direction of New Jerusalem .Lodge, No. 9. F. A. A. X. The WasMairten Loae bf Elks last night voted to hold a "session of sorrow" for Mr. Brlce. Mr. Bricc who was dfty-four years old. died suddenly yesterday evening at Ws-hame. 41 Iowa avenue north west, Death was due to a hemor i jiini. a Mr. $rlce was bern in Sunbury. Pa, and came to this elty when a young man, sejeurtag a position at. the Capi tol. He later oiftered the Gof ernment Printing Ofaee. on the night shift. Dissatiaaod with his. proaeets for advancement In the Government ser vice. Me established the present Stir Laundry, running this enterprise by day and working; for the Government at night until the laundry was well established.; He was a Mason ef high degree, a member of the Blks. and was prom inently identified with the Commercial Clubhand the , Merchants' and Maau--faoturors1 Association. Re was a Scottish Rite Mason, belonging to Washington Commaadery 3o. 1. Knights Templar, and was also a member of Almas Temple of tho My. t9 Shrine, and Reyal Arch Chapter, &ew Jerusalem Ledge. Mr. Briee is survived 'by his widow, a daughter, his mother, and a brother. William P. Bcice. secretary-treasurer of the laundry eompaay. IRS. WHUAM T. SAFFELL '' Mrs. Estelle Agaes SaaTell, wife of WHMam T. SaffoR, jr., a Washtoste aowsaaper correspondent,, died yes torday at her home, 1477 Newton street northwest, after a year's 111 nbss. Funeral services will be held at her former h'bme in New Oxford, Pa., where burial will take place. ' The sendees probably will be held Satur day afternoon. Mrs. Saffell had been i - .- J married only a year and a half. B-! . M ..-. . . sides her hasbahd, she -Is suarived The poison of 'disease toajSa. la soamx way to cause tho b?eod tobtojmate In the body, to leave tho braia ami mus cles. These call forth greab-alforts to acquire their, normal supply. 8b the Njfcrucato tor breath" Is abt a strub to for breath at aS, -btia struggle .aJ5tort:tosppp blood to When toil a la l any need for tlve or what happens at to lungs, the strueM oomes to WLUAM B. T. DAVfS. Faaeral services for.WHHam Baloh Aedd Davis, a veteran Government employe aad son of the late Col. Jtatoos-T. IXtts, US. A., will be heta lathis borne, .130, Seventeenth street laortowjosC at 2 o'clock tomorrow aft- Urnoon. latermntowlll be. in Oak Hill Oeaaotery. Mr. Davis, wboifaf sixty-six years OKI. crlsts" - The London Times comments that tbo lesson of this Is that it id uoetoss to administer oxygen to ,auoh eaoos, aad worse' than uselpaa fo ' give morphine to ease thT stfrnaftle, for, If the struggle will cease, the patient is lrboty to die; If he can continue tho stnMlo.f wm-wla. 9- 'Ooan ond, ymr-lMH toreot.. Komi vest It to W. s. s. rt -- f . I i ' lilGEST "Peyi'sriapepsinv relieves Sour, Gassy, 1 Stomachs atonce-no waiting! Read. Acid !- ........ Tour upset stomacti wKI fed naci. MilIoas of people know the magic -.- ti.l .!.. - - . j.-. Of Pn iMlBMuii a' sW ihIsaIiI 1t aad you feel uncosafortaaie. wha . ,i diWdrd vtomiirh t rm 7n. .j... m" . mm " i,",r."m . H.HJ-. i n rrnri nimis quH.Ki.v, oisa I u belch gases, acids or raise sour , indigested food. When you feel y. 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The American army of occupation inl Germany Is probably the most suc cessful arpiy f occupation history has produced. It has done a thing -none of its fact hitherto consider for a coaqaorlnic'atfmy to do. Gerrnanylraveling outside hta legal residence, had to ha,ve full redositiaU and a pass Jiist aa In a mllltarUy beeupied sons- In the States-. fThoae passes were, not extremely dHftcult to .obtain, however. . - Absolute re spect was demanded for the flag. The ltd was tight on bear halls and sam bllrts; places. Bverarbody had to mind- ikht owx busiaoaa rather severely. But If ha did that, he wa free to live his Ule unmolestodi tree from insult. Injury or nomination. He -was not continually .made to feel bis dirfoat. He was not. called a Schwelnhand. His good wars not taken without fall eomnensatioa. His women were not . defamed COLLECTS PIPES mm OF Hi STRACUBB. X. T Oct. 2. What la perhaps the moat remarkable collec tion, of pipes la the world Is tho prtdi of MrsGard Footer a waaltay Syracuae watow.: Th oojleattoa. which wai started by Mrs.. Fester's husbaad, eoataiab 3.a "pipes aad. repraaoato i virtually vtrr nation la tbo worm. Taaeriors Is represeatod by a bampoo pipe, studded with varl-eotored beads; Slam by haadsossely carved oboiy ptooas and Scotland tar aameroos ptoaa, la cludlns; a foMfafc- oaa from Maagow. There are edelweiss aad snow -blossom bow pfaaa from Aeatserlaad. calabashes from IromadX loaa stemmed eafam boais from Thiaa aad "hoda" froar Twrhey which Mold bare ly a pinch of tohaeea. One of tho moot beautlfa! nieces in the eoHoettoa U a haadsemely carvea moosscBaam, taokowi pera ia the palm oY a hand, v . KiikM Ate PImk, '"' w , ism ST. LOfJW, tk, t "May 1 woe your tbldahiadrvaahod a as ho tntered&a reatiaraat aare at 1:80 s,m. lt . 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Gabardine, Leather, Leather cttc, Moleskin, etc Coats that sat satisfy in style, fit aad service, from f 10.00 rtwaala to jaldi Smart Goats for woaaeti, SOks, Mohairs, in all the new shades and . models; Poplin and English Tweeds, from $7.50 rpwarda to Abo Children s Coats; $5.00 to $10.00. Capes with attached hoods , IF ITS A RAINCOAT WE HAVE IT $4.00 yANTTTiycaMPfir1Y 1004 F St. N, W. n ." i t predecessors over was, able lo Ho .Inl. j iMhvted instanoes whbro Gor ed impoooible P-mib. were handled roughly by druak- laa said In a tow months, without aajf frat- ra at -.at by the Oormans soldiers drunk with wii yesterday vat -his home as ected goabrafly and; whai "tJ -.Jfi4 r1- riet na is a oenquerori TMalBBBBBBabm&BBBBBBBBBBa7VB7 BK2aBBrBsejaBBBm Jm this tm tor thl'Bjasater part of his life and had been employed by the War Department for many years. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Rosa Simmons Iavls, and a daughter. Miss Helen Davis. BIRTHS SONS. ' Aaeler B. and Aaas X. Smith. ' : -Bimsr y. and asther M. Snter. Harry W. and Pmmle J. Miller. V Kick Mud Dsmeatrhv Ladaa. Tcy and Daisy LAjrten. Rawet K. aad Rath M. Hitz. Oeorre aad Frase OraRtban. 0Mwre X. aad Sdlth Gray.' Carsfl and Olive rcwelU Salter K. and. Lena M. Debrisr. Klcbelsa O. and Rae V. Deinas. James M. and Rebecca B. Drysdale. SKaasea D. and Mary H. Cramer. Jhn D. and Gertrude M. Bowen. Charles K. aad Alice; K. Barbeur. DAUQHTKRS. . Bdward P asd Bertha F. Dasevaa. Philip asd Ansa M. Pfag. Caritsa K. and Neva P. Wells. William J. aad Margaret Speiden. ESarl L. asd Grace I Seal. Peter F. asd Margaret R. O'Brien. Charles O. asd Kmllle B. Mayer. Jahn K. and Jessie Martin. Geerre X. asd Margaret T. Landls. James W. asd Margaret A.Kpott. Frank B. and Rath B. Jeaea. Jean D. aad Janet Johnson. Pater asd Assasia James. Fred J. asd Charlotte C, Jehsste.n. John L. asd Florence M. Harrlien. Albert T. aad Dooly R. C George. Peter and Mary Gianarakea. Samuel V. and LilHan M. Gusaek. . Isedore and Cella Gershaehn. George and Virginia Brews. Gilbert and Beatrice Washington. James K. and Beatrice Simpson. Reginald C. and Margaret C Re veils. James cad Clementine Hawkins. James and Myrtle Douglas. MARRIAGES :ir- The ernrsiax. prooacaaaa, or- "purr tor. tk.ni.Tv- nitmndmr worn nun good wtll dt ltp part. the American i stonily as thoy would be la army had won the confidence aad ae- the Unlted-3Jtates for similar broaches, tfve. co-ajbertosL oCptho..ooale It'Thbs artor Hye years themselves in came to subdue. 'Belgium, the Germans, by reverse of Today the American doughboy lives fr leatpud from a humane foe that aa peacefully and sociably to the land0 ij,trr methods of occupation wore not of his former" foe as he could hope oven defeat tote on grounds Of expedi te, camped for training, say in any oner. solid German-American community la Th American control functioned his native country. 'I admirably. Before loas; the Germans He walks down the streets of his, aatural v first suspicions of the "Ini "occupied" city, or viHage without veTs disappeared. Partly, of course, thought of harm. He enters a shop or irmm MUw habits of discipline, with ice cream parlor and ia- served with acteiapanylng realisation of tho price courtesy, and good will He is re- of . aUaobedlenoe. tho German lahab- . -. -- 1 ,--.j l !... 1.11 . of things. e how oenscienoousiy rr- r " .7- - .J ?" --- a beaten enemy, whose rand he is holding in mortgage for a ransom. The principal why of this odd state ef affairs is that when the American forces took over their share of Ger-y (Drinking is only allowed a couple many, they did so on a plan never before employed by a victorious army. Neither officers, nor men had a very clear idea what was expected of, an "occupier." but they did know what it meant to "do duty' 'in the mining districts, or frontier regions ports of their own-land, that needed "occupying" and they did have a pretty gqod idea how to handle that kind of H 'job. The result was a complete absence of that spirit of arrogance. and abu sive superiority which usually char acterises the conqueror toward the conquered. The Americans .were. strict. .Every Cosmetics only hide skin trouble esinolfifc TBsW Whether it i; a serious affection like acxema, or just pimply, rough and .un attractive complexion, you can' usually rely oh ResfnoL Ointment and RcmboI Soap to set k richt, promptly, easily and st httk cost. Kesinol Ointment s4js ilckix imsUmQy. The daity uc cf Rei'uwl Sofsp fcr the toilet is wmcicnt too kcp nift" cum BfMaxts qkar, froth and. )-m. Resinol OisjUsest asd JUeiaol Shi eeaUia aedrng uSet eoti!i ie jf e irriute dK trt tierrtt sklavea 1wt 1m if. TberewiwiT pimp, reaasM and reHrlKji. steai Ss. bvsT, and Ion a at v1lils h-?l.ii trceMaewtfor mt-h WI IS cat. Lurn, elc Seitt if X JrHfCUU. Learj- W. Spain. H. and Grace M gins. :t, both of Richmond, Va. Rev. J. E. Briggs. Themis H. Pender. :;. of Brooklyn, N. T.. aad Lillian Goodwin. It. of Silver Springs. Md. The Rev. F. X. Blschoff. D. Wm. Teabower. 36. and Ethel M. Redman. 31. both or ihis city. Te Rev. R- H. McKlm. James Henry Lekates. 16. ef Tulsa. Okli.. and Lottie E. English. Zi. or this eity The Rev. H...D. Mitchell. Jennings Bynum. :i. and Edtt Emily Wil son. 51. both of this city. The Rev. A. R. Brrd. Upton W. Riley. 53. and. Ida V. Duley. 51. hoth of this cKy. The Rev. C. M. Coraoher. Charl Joseph Morsan. 5S. anil Minnie I Aurelia Mays. 5C. both of this city. The Rev. T. r Thomas: Paul J. Predeehl. 4i. and Eleanerr T. Sus rtn. 57. 1-eth of Baltimore. Md. The Rev. a- (.erneiuson. Karl C. Holmes. 35, of facasvllle. Conn., and j oiivr. is, or this city. The Kev. H. T. Brown. Frank A. r'ummlngf. !. and Lelki W. Thema.. ST. both of this city. The Rev. H. L. Cebey. Frnnk J. Lvons. 3". and Mary Irene Lewis. 1. both of this city. The Rev. E. J. W.rs. Lleyd Barrett Brv. 31. and Edna Mae Mil lar. both ef this city. The Rev. H. D. Mi-h'l. Frank H. Stitlr. 3. and Klnrerce O Sui te". 19. both of this city. The Rev. C. A. M'ller. Will I. Ur. HA c' Hatt'epnrg. Miss., and Mela Margaret Roench. St. f Sheri dan, W -. Th" Rv T E. Pvs John C. Csronbell. T5. rnd Stell" Pel lrs . both of this city. The Rev. U C. Clor. Ervin D. Kellenburger. 5. ct Cam" Meae, Md.. n"1 1 era . r"--e, 33. of this city. The P-v J. H Jeffrie. Archie C. Rackenby. ". of Alexandria. Va.. and Estella H. Boyd. IS. of thi city. The Rv. L. r Clar';. t" Marian Klrkman, 24. of Peoria, 111: The Rev. G. Silverstene. Harry M. Bennett. 58, of- Locust Grove. Okla., and Martha Moorman, IS, of Litehfleid. Ky. The Rev. J. H. Wells. James A MeGrath. 33. and Helen Mary Langedale. 23, both of this elty. .The Rev. J. I. Barrett. Themas M. Qsarlen, 57.- and Bdna Bibb Goedloe, 33. of Gordensvllle. Va. The Rev. J. G. Ball. Leonard Bewers. 3t. of Mt. Summit. Ind.. and Vera B. Ice. 21, of thla city. The Rev. L. I Bowers, r erycW. Gllberson. 21, ef Minneapolis. Minn., and Leila Glenn O. Roach. 18. of New Market. Va. The- Rev. J. H. Jef fries. Francis O. Day. 25. of Reckville. Md., and Margaret S. Biseett. 3S. of Cropley. Md. The Rev. J. M. Cooker. William Raymond Neudecker. 23. of Man chester. Tenn.. and Dorothea May Robey. 15. of this city. The Rev. V. S. McDonough. - Harry R. Van Ness. 31. and Elsie M. King. 19. both of this city. . The Rev. G. A. Miller. Samuel J. Rounds. 5S, and Jennie Maude Howard. 26, both of this city. The Rev. R. S. Lawreneon. Edward Mowbray Tuttle. 39, of East Moriches. N. Y.. and Viol Amorita Culver. 25, of Trumansburg. X. X. The Rev. J. W. Austin. DEATHS George B. Anderson, 43 yrs., 4269 8th st. nw. Harvey S. W. De Gaw. S3 yrs.. Providence Hos. John H. McKee. S yrs.. 4825 Sth st. nw. Eliza M. Bel. 93 yrs.. 2?4J Prout m. e. (Catherine Eiir&ht. 17, Tuberculosis lies. Edith Sneeds. 33 yrs.. Freedmea's Hos. Nat aniel Johnxon. 23 yrs.. 1187 19th st. nw Fanni- Jackson. 1 yr . Freedmen's Hos. GlenvMIe E. Everett. 25 yrs.. Eastern Branch Navy Yard wharf. Geore K. Barton, 32 yrs... 25 Pierre ct. sw. Ned Brown. 5 man., 1894 l-amont st. FLORAL DESJGNS the Germans now carry out. their new masters' regulations and voluntarily: One of the army's orders is that all drinking must stop by ! p. m; Itntia at nnnn 9nd at lilrW'.l The German restaurant, kkopers carry out this regulation as re ligiously as they ever followed aay dictate of Prussianism. Walters pass from table - to table at live .minutes before- ten, urging guests, "Trinken Sie's aus, bitte." Whether . there was. a- soldier in. sight or not made no difference. At 19 sharp every "glass was collected and drinking ceased. This would not be so if (he Amer icans did not have the moral 'sup port of their wards. I never ?saw any Inclination' to dodge. . In some ways, the Germans have more liberties than they had. u.nder thefr own government. All the parks are wide open. Pleasure promenaders are no longer restricted to the gravel paths. . "Verboten" signs are .down, and they can cut across the grass to a resting- place under a tree. In 'the; railway stations and public .places .they are- no longer bullied abat- by Prussian officers. The American officers are always re served, 'but courteous. The Third Division military band gives concerts every afternoon in the. little terrace on the Rhine bank in front -of headquarters. A large crowd of "Coblenzers" always attend. . i S" - ' .''" . .. . -- ' "BSBBBBBBBBBBBRBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaSBasSS' . ' . , ' l. t- - - jc.-, " r - - v ,i t 3$ - ;' (,' A. 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You ought to know that it immediately destroys all odors that are bound to come from the excretions of the scalp, and in five minutes after an application, no matter how hot the weather, your head will feel cool and comfortable. Everyone should have- a bottle of Parisian sage handy because it Is lueh a pleasant and exhilarating hair treatment. Ladies use it be cause they know it is delicately per fumed, not sticky or greasy, und nirely does make the hair beautiful, silky and abundant. Here' what x New York woman writes: "I have jsed Parisian sage two weeks only, -et in that time find mv h.-ur has -npricrfully increased in beauty, thickness and "luxuriance, hut "'hat surprised me most was the disap pearance of all dandruff." 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No strike. Mail us this advertisement, name nd ad- dress, and wo will send Appl'citlon r.lank by it turn mail. iNTi3rt-RAlL- WAY. Dept. 61, tHdiaaapelia. Ind. -CU bin iii !.: i x t jfi '?s-it-,-L- -. I uiv imiaiiua fforwwmm ut BiXBajpaBaaBvat jbjlibmbbs - Virtiinia tobacco were amoked in c&t&urtttmm kbit year, against 62. millloa poaads- ol Turkiaii tobacco. That's because men esjrvViiaia more than any other tobacco. They eajoy thai distinctive, lively taste mid Virginia's maiohl flavor. - . i - . . ,- ' If you . want such a cifiarette, just . ask yar dealer for a. package of Piedmonts all-1 and the best Virginia, too. . - h ..' fc ".- v .,'' ,U,J&t ' . ' -x'-v-jt.. v' BThe VktgmiQL Cigarette edmont ' A .f- 10 for 9 cents 20 for 18 cmtt Are You Keeping Up With The Times? .