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Truce Was Worst Thing For United Spates. Recalling the events of ? year ago today. Gen. George H. Harries, head of the American mission in Berlin, and former president of the Wash ington Board of Trade, in speaking to 1,200 of the local organ ization last night at the Willard Ho tel. declared that the armistice was one of the worst things that ever happened to the United States and people in general. General Harries was received en thusiastically last night by the large audience as a patriot, a woldier and ?ne of the best presidents of the Board of Trade. He related In in teresting fashion a few of his many experience# with the Germans after the signing of the armistice. Preceding General Harries' lecture. I the large membership of the Board gathered in the ball room of the Wil lard and elected the following ten new members to the board of direc tors: J. Harry Cunningham. Edwin C. Graham. Walter H. Klopfer, Ed ward J. Murphy, Theodore W. Noyes, John Poole, Samuel J. Preacott. Frank A. Sebring, Odell S. Smith and Charles J. Watera. * TOO Slew Member* la Tear. Walter Brown, who completed his terra last night as president of the organization, reported at length as to tha activities of the board during the past year. He mentioned that 120 new members had been secured dur ing the year, which represented the largest number ever secured in a similar period. Upon a motion of F. A. Fleming, the president was authorized to ap- ' point a committee to "take steps lead- j Ing to the securing for the District of Columbia of daylight savings." Without much discussion, the motion m as passed. General Harries, in describing the I events In Germany immediately after the armistice, pictured scenes of re- ' joicing and Jubilant victory festivi ties. He said that the mass of the Oarman people were Ted to believe that the army had to come home, not because they were beaten, but | to save Germany from internal rev- | olution. because there were certain Germans who were unpatriotic. ?TmM Have Eade4 RwUm." "One day last December it waj i possible fcr Jft.OOO American troops to have 'cleaned up' the entire Lenine forces, but the doctrine of self-de termination was in force then, and we' had to hold ofT." General Harries declared that Ger many financed Lenine to bring about dioturbancoo In Russia, and then the Russian leader turned traitor to Ger- J many and incited the Spartacans. "Germany has forgiven Lenine foi i his treachery," the general said, "and Germany is encouraging disturbances In every allied country, and she is KOin? to make all the trouble she j possibly can for both allied countries j and aeutrala. r^nsasr C?atla* Back. "But Germany Is coming back, be- I ~au.*e the Germans are working. I There will probably be trouble this winter prior to the elections, but i there will come a time when one man will say that Germany has had j endugh of this foolishness,* and then ! a man will be elected who will give i Germany that Une' democratic gov ?rnment which was common in Mex-! ice during the days of Diaz. The I Germans will do what they are told | because they have never done any hing else and know not how to act under different conditions." General Harries predicted that itl would be a long time before the world became normal again, and the only! to gat dowr> to a normal basis vas br bringing back some of that war-time thrift and hard work." The speaker emphasized the serious- ] -e?s of the present situation in this country, and declared that the men n the United States would have to j ^tand up for their ideals and flght an offensive battle, or else they would be overwhelmed by a minority of "trou- | ble makers" who threaten to shake the foundations of the Government. After the talk by General Harries. I the members of the board retired to the small banquet room, where a sup per was served. The hoard of directors. Including the newly-elected members, will meet] next Monday to elect the officers of the Board of Trade for the ensuing i year. . 1 Oh, Man! New Tork Tribem, Im ByBriggs | /-and i* FeeL Bett?? /for it- i.can "Rjrm \ out MQCe work anD B6TTER VOORK \s>?ic? July f?rst /Joe. ? i peei uke I coult> GO TvaJGmTV ( ROUNDS WJITH ANYBODY. look Ajr_MV chest , ~ ^ THeKe'S kJO ARSOMttOT |Jot- PROHIBITION) " really A, GOOD Thi F0? OS AND we f MAY AS WELL ADivuT/j FOREIGNERS PLEDGE AID TO U. S. LABOR The aid of French and British labor to the worklngmen of the United States in their battles with capital was pledged at a banquet given by the American Federation of Labor to the delegates to the International La bor Conference in the New Willard last evening. | "If the worker? of the United States ! need the assistance of the worker* j it other countries they will get it," ( said M. Leon Jouhaux. a delegate 'rom France. "We find America In the throes of creat trouble." said W. A. Appleton. )f England, president of the Interna tional Federation of Trade Unions. "There is sympathy In our hearts. BOt we are sure that the working people of this great nation will achieve their alms. It is with a sense of dis appointment that we hear their loy alty questioned." "Duty to Protect." Samuel Gompers. toastmaster, made a speech in which he said that "when ever or wherever there is an attempt made by the employers as employers, or the government as the Government, to depart from the fundamental prin ciples of freedom. Justice, and democ racy, It not only is the right, but also the 4uty of men and women in labor to stand up and protest, regardless of what the circumstances may be. MOTHKRS-IM-I.AW RARRKI). LONDON. Nov. 11.?Householders lr. the United Kingdom are barred from entertaining their mothers-in-law or I other guests longer than four weeks by an order from the ministry of food. This edict, which is part of the food conservation progress, limits the stay of a visitor In a private house to one month. I>?w*t let rtrrlfu expenditure make a sieve of yoar puree. Buy wisely ? ad tarrease yoar aavlnKs by Invest- j lag la War Savlag Staaips. N. Y. POLICEMAN IS KILLED BY NEGRO Mates Rush to Give Blood, Bat Fail to Arrive in Time. NEW YORK, Nov. 11.?John Mc Cormick, twenty seven, patrolman at tached to the West 135th street sta tion, was shot last night and fatally wounded at Seventh avenue and 132d street, by a negro he waa attempting to arrejt. McCormick wa.? taken to the Har lem Hospital, where an examination revealed that several bullets had passed through his body. He was weak from loss of blood and the doc tors decided the only possibility of saving his life was through blood transfusion. The police signal boxes were used and volunteers to give blood were called upon throughout the precinct. Within a few minutes more than half a dozen policemen appeared at the hospital, but McCormick died before the physicians could operate The negro ran, but was stopped by a large crowd that had gathered. The crowd turned him over to another policeman. DRUG ACT VIOLATOR GETS 5 YEARS FOR PAROLE BREACH Having violated his parole, "Billy" Madden, a former cab driver, was sen tenced yesterday to five years In the penitentiary for violation of the drug act, by Justice Stafford, presiding in Criminal Court No. 2. Madden was sentenced to serve five years In the penitentiary in April, 1916, but at that time he appealed to the court to give him another chance, and he was put on parole. Sinre that time, however, he has been in trouble a number of times for violating the drug act, and the court yesterday di rected that the original sentence be carried into effect. It's Acid-Stomach That Makes Millions Sick and Suffer It Is a scientific fact that Acid-Stomach robs blood of ita vitality, resulting in flabby fleah?weakness?pale cheeks? toss of energy, in fact causes many of the ills of suffering humanity. You know what acid-mouth does to the teeth and gums?how the acid literally cats through the hard enamel, causing the teeth to ache and decay. Just imagine, then, what havoc Acid-Stomach moat create throughout the entire body. Millions of people are weak and unfit, suf fering all the time, in one way or another, from Acid-Stomach. They don't seem dangerously tick. Just ailing. Going through life weak,listless, drag ging one foot after another. They're nervous aad irritable ; lack power and punch, frequently hare severe attacks of bunding, splitting headaches; subject to fits of melancholia ana mental depression. And nearly always their stomachs are out of order, even thouffn many experience no actual stomach pains?digestion poor?never getting anywhere near tae full ?Irene ih from their food. Acid-Stemach interferes with digestion. It sauses the food to ferment. This fermenta tion creates gas, sometimes causing painful bloating and belching, food-repeating, heart burn, etc. Serious consequences often follow, such aa gastritis, dyspepsia, autointoxication. Also to the same source?Acid-Stomach?may often be traced cases of catarrh of the stom ach, ulcer and cancer of the stomach and in testines, cirrhosis of the liver, valvular heart trouble and heart failure. The secret of good health is to get rid of Acid-Stomach?put the stomach in such per fect condition that every mouthful of food you eat will be perfectly digested ami assimilated. A modern remedy called EATON1C does thia quick]}, easily and naturally. EATONICis a tablet?eat them like candy. Absolutely harmless. Nothing but beneficial results can follow their use. The testimonials of thousands who have used EATONIC are so enthusiastic as to seem almost beyond belief. Your druggist has EATONIC and is author ised to refund your money if you are not sat isfied. FATONIC WBi FOR TOUR AOD-STOMACH ) HOUSE WILL "PASS BUCK" ON RAIL BILL Plan to Rush Esch Measure to Upper Body Before Friday. The Esch railroad bill was taken up in the House this morning with de termination on the part of the House leaders to rush it through and send it to the Senate before Friday. While the House leaders do not think It possible to get the legisla tion through at the present session of Congress, or before the adjourn ment is taken for a brief breathing spell until December 1 when Con** gress starts In on Its regular long session, they propose lo "pass the buck" to the Senate and let that body assume responsibility for whatever charges of delay in enactment of the legislation may come from the coun try. Dissatisfaction with several fea tures of the Esch bill is felt by sev eral members of the House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, which presented the bill to the House apparently by a unanimous vote in I its support. This vote was obtained largely because of the n<ed for haste in getting the hill from the committee and Into the House. The committee Is far from unarl mous on the labor feature of thr> measure Conrressman Webster of Washington, who was defeated In his efforts to got an anti-strike and lock out provision in the bill, will carri his flrht to the floor of the House. He expects to pet assistance there from many members who are turning against the labor organizations be cause of their recent upheavals and strikes. Another provision of the bill which seems to make certain an Increase in rates and charges by making pay ments of guarantees dependent on de mands of the roads for such in ' creases Is not satisfactory to many members of the House. It Is asserted the shippers have not been consulted as to the proposed Increases, and that the legislation Is unfair to them. GIVE MHCER 3 YEARSASSLAVER Former Lieutenant Brought French Bride Home; Had Wife Here Already. NORFOLK. Va, Nov. 11.?Former Lieut. Robert Bennett Bullock, of Richmond, wan convicted in the Fed eral district court here yesterday on a charge of white slavery, and sen tenced to a term of three years in the Federal prison, in Atlanta, Ga? and to pay a fine of $2,000. Bullock, who had a wife and five children in America, was charged with having contracted a bigamous marriage with a young girl, Louise Lahuitre, at t'hartre.*, while he was with the American < xpeditionary force In 1'ranee, and with having returned with the girl to America and lived with her at Old Point Comfort as his wife. Mile. Lahaitre was a witness for the Government in the trial here. Her knowledge of English was so limited as to necessitate the us<* of an in terpreter. It is said that she will be returned shortly, to France. U. S. ENVOY TAKES FIRST VACATION IN 3 YEARS RIO HE JANEIRO. Nov. 11?Edwin \ . Morgan, United Slates Ambussadoi to Brazil, has started on a vacation trip to the United States after having remained nt his post almost contin uously during the last three years of war. He expects to return here next March. ( raig W. Wndsworth, secretary i?f the embassy, will be In charge durlm his absence. PUN TO MOVE SHOP GIRLS' HEALTH A fund of $50,000 ha* Just been raised by a number of Eastern indus trial concerns and department stores, among which is the firm of Wood ward & Lothrop, to establish a re search department of industrial hy giene as a means of improving the healtfn of employes of large indus trial establishments. The new rese?rch bureau will be established by means of the fund sub scribed as a branch of the Harvard University Medical S'hool in Doston. A series of experiments relating to the diet in department store res taurants. ventilation. recreation, and working conditions will be con ducted. Fatigue tests, leading to a more scientific basis of efficiency In large firms, will be a feature of the investigation. Seventeen Arms in Boston sub scribed to the fund of $50,000. In ad dition, large concerns In New York, Newark. Pittsburgh and Cleveland contributed to the sum necessary to initiate the new undertaking. Subscribers to the fund will be in formed from time to time as to the results of the experiments that will be conducted in the new branch of the Harvard Medical School. HYATTSVILLE NEWS HYATTSVIL.LE. Md., Nov. 11.?Pur suant to the proclamation of Governor Harrington declaring today a holiday, the local banks are closed. Snyder Karmer Post of the American Legion will celebrate the day with a banquet and entertainment tonight, in Odd Fellows' Hall. Brooke E. r>ee. comp iroller-elect of the State treasury, and Mayor Matthew F. Halloran are to .-peak. There also will be numerous other features. Members of the local committee in charge of the Red Cross roll call today are winding up their campaign. By tonight it is hoped that the entire town will have been covered by a house-to-house canvass. A committee f/om the local Are de partment and from the department at Seat Pleasant tonight will attend the meeting of the Mount Kainier fire de partment and lay before that body the plan looking to the formation of an organization of fire companies in the county. Officers have been nominated by the Rlverdale Orange as follows: Master, 11. A. Hegart/; overseer. Mrs. J. C. Faris; chaplain, Mrs. Charles Dunlap; steward, Charles 1^ Graef; assistant steward, E. W. Chapdelaine; lady as sistant steward, Ella Becker; lecturer, Rosroe E. Baber; secretary. Jesse L l.ane; gatekeeper, William A. Rogers; Ceres, Mrs. H. A. Hegarty; Pomona, Miss E. Costella. and Flora, Mrs. George Heid. Beginning next Sunday evening, re vival services will be held each eve ning except Saturday in Memorial .Methodist Episcopal Church, Johnson avenue. The Revs. E. N. Bergerstock and Wood will conduct services. Prayer meetings are to be held each evening, beginning November 12. These officers have been elected by the Parent-Teachers' Association of Riverdale: President, Mr. Rogers; vice president. C. A. Colvin, secretary, Mrs, Stalley. and treasurer, Mrs. Gladlng. FARMERS' ENVOY OPPOSES DEFICIENCY BILL PROVIS.O Opposition to the amendment of Senator Edge, of New Jersey, to strike .nit the proviso in the Deficiency Appropriation bill that no part of $200,090 for anti-trust prosecutions may be used against labor and farm era' organization was voiced today b;; Ccorgc P. Hampton, managing direr r of the Farmt rs" National Coun ?iL COME DOWN TO THE DOUG STORE IF YOU FEEL NERVOUS, HEADACHY WEAK OR STOMACH DOTHERS YOU Weak, Rundown People Can Easily Build Tbemaelres Up to Robust Health and Feel Good All Winter Long. ALL A PERSON NEEDS IS A TONIC TO TAKE AT HOME FOR A FEW DAYS Thousands Are Doing It?For tify COME DOWN TO THE DRUG STORE TONIGHT Everybody la apt to feel ? little bad this time of year. The hot sum mer. overwork, fast eating. Irregular hours ?nd other modern d*y exces ses. hufry and worry does It. Tne whole system gets ao weak that a person's digestion. nerves. appetite, blood, aleep and whole body beeome deranged, rundown and out of order. We don't feel aa bad or as weak as a person does after real sick ness. we feel bad all the same and need the same kind of tonic Few of ua can aftord a rest cure change of climate or trip to sanator um ana 90 we must keep on plugging and working the best way we can. WHAT DIICGGI3T S.O?. Nine out y>f ten people this time of vear nee* a goeftl bracing, upbuild ing tonic and when peopl? ask for . the best and quickest acting tonic we must agree with the many nent authorities. nurses ^^..rs. chemists and druggists who assert that Karle's Hypo-Cod to 1the powerful, effective and palatable nu tritlve. digestive, alterative, recon structlve tonic made. People right here in this city cor" into the store einging the Pr*'??? ?.f Hypo-Tod and declaring they are fee! ing younger, stronger and better eating like horses, sleeping Just fine and gaining weight and color **e lust a week or two before the} were rundown, weak, nervous unable to eat or sleep good and losing weight, enersrv and vitality ev^ry day. Some of them claimed t/> have seri ous kidney, blood, bronchial, catarrhal, or digestive complaints hot atl such tronbles seem to fade away like^ma* c as you build up the system with this preparation. _ a si PEnii TOjnc. Earle's Hypo-Cod is a superb pre paration made in one of ? largest and best known laboratories of the very finest Ingredients. The formula appears upon each bottle ana the statements of several local people, published elsewhere on this page prove it does the work . Tt is composed of the Compound Syrup of Hypophosphites and Cod T.Ivor oil extractives, Jf?? as the name Implies and in addition Includes Malt extract, T\>S ("tarrj Bark, txtr% se l??ct Sherfr wine anif Iron, and a stronger, more efficient tonic to build a per?on up t? vigorous, robust beaim couldn't Tvossiblv be made. V glance at the statements of local users which are published on this page prove It builds you up? you new strength, hearty a.ppetlte. and digestion, rich red blood, more wight and vitality. Tt * cleanses the system of the Impurities and poisons that have collected and then strengthen* the whole system, fortifying It n gainst disease, coughs, r-olds. catarrhal nnd bronchial affec tions?Just a few days being suffic ent ;o work wonders for a weak, nervous, rundown, man. woman or child. Hypo-Cod besides being except'on allv' powerful Is so pleasant to take children love its pleasarlt taste. It agrees perfectly with the most de lleate stomaeh and we suggest that after reading the statements appeav ing on the right, that you come down to the drug store and get a couple hot ties. Ask the clerk about free offer to purchasers of two bottles. T.*t the whole familv improve their health, increase their disease resisting vital ity hv taking it Just before m?<tli and on going to brd for a few days. price is tioixr. rr. Remember that the manufacturers have announced an advance In price on Farle'n Hypo-Ood effective Novem ber 15th. Buy now?-nave money. W e prepav large bottle anywhere on re ceipt of present price $1.21 Plus 5c war tar until November 15th Peo pie's Drug Stores. Washington. U. C. Well Known 7th St. Merchant Following "Flu" Couldn't Regain Old Strength. SAYS HYPO-COD PROVED TO BE WONDERFUL TONIC "The after effects of the 'Flu 'n my case had me nearly down and out. It left me in a terribly weakened con dition. In fact I was so weak tnai i could hardly walk. Mv trait down the street was shifty and unsteady ana I wasn't sure of a single step. 1 w-as very nervous, being of a nervous temperament anyway, seldom couin sleep good. My appetite wouldnit come back either and the catarrhal condition in mv thoat bothered me lots." declared 13. Thos. Loftus. a well known Seventh street merchant, whose address Is riven below. Proved Bleaalna to lllm "I sent down and got a bottle or Hypo-Cod as soon as 1 saw it adver tised and It proved a blessing to me Its wonderful tonic properties seemed to take right hold of me and the first bottle did wonders. I n?w walk nbout as of old and have been vastly Improved In strength. Thuse ter rible dlzxv spells vanished and nn appetite even has returned It sure la fine. 1 sleep good at night. It ?r*l\ contains the right ingredients for an ideal tonic and builder for I at one time worked In a drug "tore vir*ro :tgo and the doctor* all presrribsd the very things T see it contains. I hop others will try it I know thev will get good results." continued Mr. iv Thos. lyoftua, 1600 Seventh street northwest. . Hypo-Cod cjlitrkly lengthens and build* up the weakened ay stem "Ues new strength, atamlna and vlta.lty It p ? ly relieves the <-atarrl il bronchial toma. eheil mr?now. c>u*h . ' is Improved, nerve* ^ fi, , actually puts a person l>"'k and wi-ckn aooner It i* especially g prevent the complications which ' ' T* t.. follow If one UP too soon e*_ poaed to wintry weather It ,*? disr.e realstlnn vitality when everyone wunt* aftc the ft .. - tnnniiL or any ether wa*tlna **?_ what other Washingt<r:i'nn . and then get a bottle of T'>';>o near,a. 1>, o,.l a t?rug St. r Kindly pi ? uii* anywhere ^ I rlre. >1 ,'J". |dua !> cutis war t^S. Peop.c a Drug Store. Waahlnitoa. D C. BUY IT IOW SAVE MONEY v EMITS HYPO-COD PRICES 60 IP ROV. 15th FOR CATARRH ' AND BAD COU Catarrhal Condition Head aa Nasal Passage, Coajb and Winter Cold Relieved "My daufhUr. tc?l 24 years. had bad cold this winter Mi* couch* and couched, and ihe catarrhal cuntfl tton of the head and naoal j.a?*a#e worried her lota. She had paia through the lunga. and I thick ah had aome f e?er." (Note? with a cold baa a fever.) " She ha no appetite and waa nearly prortratar She Juat looked and fait tmeeabl' but the first bottle of Hrpo^Tud r*1 her aplendtd relief. H#r <-?ughinj atopped and the cold aeero??fl to dr rlrnt up. and ehe now eata aa heart u anyone Bealdea ahe is roue atronrer and haa more strength an energy and aay? ahe feela better I ha. she haa In months. She toole nr>thlni else and I know It doea the work I haa my hearty indorsement." Jarlara Mr*. A. Oairhan. 1825 1st at. N. E Read what still other Washington folk* say about Hypo-Cod here Then get a bottle at the neareat P?a pie's f>rug 8tore here In Washingto* A mall order directed to People" Prug Stores and Inclosing >1.20. pits 5c war tax. will bring a bottle if read er Uvea outalde of Washington. MOTHER AND BOY STRICKEN THEY FIGHT IT OUT ALONE Mother Says Didn't Have a Doc tor. Baby Boy Afed Four. USED HYPO-COD AND TELLS WHAT SHE DID. I suffered from a bad cold and cough. So did my baby boy aged four years. We both had all the lymptorai of Spanish Influenza but we did not have a physician so we didn't call it anything Our noses run. Our heads ached and my eyes and the baby's eyes were terribly red and watery Our noses tun and sometimes the fever was bad. It- made us so weak I had no appetite r^nd was weary->?)t so weary. My Ywrvtt were se ar. ' strung 1 couldn't Sleep, declared MH V. L. Parker, who#* address on VWi con.-in avenue (Georgetown) Is given beiow. "I saw Kypo-Cod advertised, and we both took it. Both the baby and 1. and it was no t.rne until we both had a good appetite. I can't innumer ate the things Hypo-Cod did for me. but it surely did strengthen and build us both up wonderfully It was so pleasant to take baby aimply lovas It and I'm glad far some medicine* are so hard for children to take. We think lots of Hypo-Cod. I can tell you. and especially as a tonic. One thing 1 noticed was that the flint dote seem d to take hold of your system and vou could actually fee! yourself grov. ng stronger. I cheerfully and giad y permit the publication of my name 'or I am sure Hypo-Tod Is something ->ut of the ordinary in medicine and Ills a great public need at this ttm? vhen so many of us are snfferinr ' continued Mrs. Parker. Wisconsin avenue. The above lady's heroic battle re mind s us of the several Instances told In the papers during the worn of the epidemic here. How people ?stricken with the "Flu" were alone for days battling against odds. How simply she told it. How grateful this latly is, whose husband is Engineer it the Fort Reno Pumping Station. i.< easily to be seen. Read the story and actual state ments of still others here In Wash ington who praise Hypo-Tod Then nop In at the nearest People's I>rug Store and get a bottle if you wish to recover rapidly from long wasting illness. Perhaps you have a friend who is not reading the papers to whom Hypo-Cod would be a blessing May we suggest a bottle tonight we gladly prepay Hypo-Cod in large hottle anywhere on receipt of price 11.20?plus Be war tax. People's Drug Store. Washington D. C. HAD PNEUMONIA THEN TIE "Fill" Three Children Also Down at Same Time Anacostia Mother Tells About It "I suffered from pneumonia first?a very severe attack with the result long in doubt?and then the dreadful "flu," and then to add to my troubles my three little children?two- girli and a boy?were taken with this ter rible affliction. My husband was compelled to give up his business, and it is due to his devotion and un tiring care that I am alive today.' declared Mrs Ella C. Dennison (ad dress below). "We used Hypo-Cod as it was so highly recommended by so many, it was Just wonderful what it did for ua. My appetite was restored and my strength was rapidly renewed 1 eat hearty. sleep well, and can attest with all earnestness to my belief t< was responsible for my rapid return to normal health. I honestly believt it will qulckl> help anyone who has suffered from the "flu" or pneumonia as I did," continued Mrs. Ella C. Den nison. -"-OS N". Railiond avc. St. (Ana costia). How happy this mother is and how enthusiastic she is at seeing her lit tle ones again romping around th% house and she herself once more nor mal and strong is plain. Read what still others say about Hypo-CoJ on this page above and then drop Into thr nearest People's Drug Store and gel a bottle. We gladly ship Hypo Cod an> where prepaid on receipt oi r.ri< t. ?1.0, ;>liM 5e wai t- x ? People's Drug Washington. i>. C. SHARP SHOOTING PAINSJ CHES1 Head Ached and Ever* Booe ? Hk Body AW. Eye* Watered, Had AO the Symptom* HAD. CHILLS 4ND ?/? - **. *?.. ... ? *??* * ? -?I rnal'y bcltere I had ? tot>'y " j the Fhr tKf*rh i did ant.go .?JM 4 1 ha.Q a bad coId. Mr hsad a*b?*d rn. tomfthiDg terrible and evary bone li my body ached My ey?> ??d ??? run all the Ota* and I had shsr, shooting pains throug-h my '?*>?? *"* cheat Brery on? In a white durim the day and jJso at mghl I ?ou ? have chill* and fs*ers ?M simp j felt miserable all over. I Ta*l(! rhou'd have been in WWW business was ao rushed I J*** mini on aa I could not affortl uaj*l from work )oit then. decl*e* ? wsll-known plumber here im Wt?*t ington, Mr. Oci? E. Kr4j. address is riven below. TMk (Mat BywAf ' "While passing the Peoples Wji| Store oos day I dropped in harried for a bottle of Hypo-Cod. having eti It -In the paptrs .*?!. hare since found It to ? all tfca. they claim It took r1*ht hold a me and certainly did chsae.my e?l? away In a horry. I am fec'lng now aa I ever did In my life and attribute it to Hypo-Cod. Tt <114 more for me than fhey claim r? il and I cheerfully recommend It. declared George K. Krur. plutnbc* 1R?1 SSth st. N W. t Whether It la just a deep-tM?? cough and cold naturally followed b; sore, aching lungs and dismr head arh^t, or * plfcin ct?f of th^ Tin matters little to the one who has ?t The main question la?what shouU 1 take to ward off serioua Illness, am ihe answer i* Hypo-Tod. Thousand of people praise this one rerrod: fcbove all others. Rea<1 the other statements of W*ah1nf tnn people printed above Then Hop ta a the nearest People's TTat Btcre tar i bottle of Hypo-Cod It builds yos si and stops bronchial and catarrhal trouble* Wr gladly deliver or prepay Hypo-Cod aay where on receipt of regular price II M I p O M O.. stamps, or coin?Paepto* | r>ru* Store. Washington. D. C. WENT TO STORE SO HOARSE SHE COULDN'T lMJ Clerk Said Take Hypo-Cod Or Bottle Stopped Cough, Feeli Entirely Relieved "WAS MARVELOUS" '1 had such an awful cold and ?or| j and was eo hoarse 1 could hardly t? when X went Into the People's l'rt< 8:o?e j I had a dreadful rough and abarp ahoo? Ing pauna through my chest 1 air sun t bad a fever too, for 1 really felt 1 had no appetite, could not eat a tl.?n| | and my eyes were wat-rinr ?-> ?' >>'-ti i looked iike I was crying My he?.l t-a? been aihmg too ap<l 1 knew 1 shoulj be in bed. bat I asked the < lerk ?t and K sis what I eh< u!>l do snc ? " i said "Take Hypo-Cod It will cure you u| 1 qvickly" I am mighty c'.ad tha' I dtf I for 1 had not taken mi r?- than ha I bottle when 1 began to feel '.ica;-? V*ette? It sto|-j>ed the coush an<l cold in * ' t'?w land bv the time the first bottle * >? ! I had a dandy good appetite 1 sure:; t j like my old self again T.i make a lent ?tory aliort, 1 believe It warded oR ai attack of the 'Flu' for me. and If " friends see thla they can tal e inv wi-r. I for it ilyoo-Cod haa n.y h?-artlesi rceoir. n-.endation." dec'ares ilrs Mary l-ott. 1. V street nytf.wett "tripped Cotnh No Time. The abova iadv, w^ove 1-s i"t "wl: Iri tl.e Hareai. a? Knsrr.x ire. ks ??'> <Nr-' of dosena right r?r-*.ud t.e- i? ?? I barhood *;?o i:o? i*?rr h> II>?" "1 ?'! as a qulch strcaKthrmng l?r.i >? <" " ' I off t' c ?Titie" and as a splendid n afterwards whc'i.'.hr s\eieni is ?' r"'' ; down, weak sa> Wide op*-:. .*> a'' ? thla pUrtie "i-ad *-hat etl!t <????*- v" ' llnjitoniHtia ?^a> or. tli!s pa.-.' J-? ' H? r ? ; Ced It^'i IVr a"? -y *.???. ? .i r - 1 II otf a '.h*. n^'iSI Pe >1 it ? t?n.r Vlore W. C'S<I|> pr ~ ay H> lie-1' ?l ?*|\ wber I' plus ir war taa Peot?'<' r?e?* I St ores. VS aahiagtoa. D. C.